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K 4 , " THE SUN, TUESDAY," NOVEMBER 33, 1808 IS
i ROOSEYKLT'S HOME HONORS Jiff wtr.i; mtf Fjicrrr at his at his L ' REVEPXIOX. Wk Ua Cornell to This City To-Hny In Tntk Pol- BJ Itlcs wrllh Mnny I'ersons-A rent Oath- j ' orlng n( Legislators to Meet lllm-IIo 'm& fulka I'ootbnll wltli'YnlA Men nt Home. IL OrHTEnDxT. N.Y.. Nov.21.-Col. Itoosovolt's Wf day has bcon-dlvldcd between football, politics JK ami the exchange of civilities with Ills neigh- Hl bocs of OyBtor liny. Tho tootbnll contingent 1 '$ arrived oatlr. bonded by Lieut. John Grccnway i HLi of the rough riders. Tlio others woro Frank A. la . Hlnkoy. Captain of the Yale football tenm of fifr. ' 18UJ and 1WM. and 1- EH flarrlon'. raanngorof m tho Ynlo team of lttXJ. Col. ltoosdvclt told W theso. young men that Inasmuch ns Ills most , K' etToctlvo support mnong college men In his i ft' campaign, had como from Yale men rathor than ml from tlKMo of Hnrvard ho could not really havo W , as much fun with them over last Haturtlay's i fl& game as ho might have liked to. K Judco Henry U. llowlnnd wns to have been wf' at tho lanchoon, but was dotnlncd In New York Bl bjia court caso. Ho roachud Col. ltoosovelt's K homo after tho Ynlo men had cone. Col. ltooso- Hf volt kopt him there somo tlmu talking politics. mt. Other visitors woro f.lout. Sam Qreeiitlinl and St. Borgt. Novln P. Gutullus of tho rough riders. HV' OuteUtM Is going to Cuba as n part of tho M fjuartormastbr's" Department of tho rcgulnr W army. Col. lloosovolt signed his dischargo pa- Jk, pera to-day. Wbf To-night Col. Itoosovnlt came down to the vil li! laeo for an Oyster Hay reception. It was hold Wi In Fleet's Hall and tho Itoyal Arcanum rooms - adjoining. Col. lloosovolt and Mrs. lloosovolt 9. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Douglas Boblnson received &i the ''citizens of Ojster Day In tho ltovnl Ar E, I'auuiu rooms. Thov woro usslstcd by the Itov. i Jlonry Washburn of Christ Uplscopnl Church, if tho ltov. Aloxandor Ittiisol of tho Presbyterian wi Cliurch. the ltov. John llolford of Kt.Domlnlck's Jtomnn Cnthollc Cliurch and thp llcv. O. II. 'ST. whitman of thoBnptlst Church. In n room be ST tween tho reception room and tho hall whoro a W lunch was served was exhibited tho sword S' presontod to Col. Itoosovelt when ho returned C to Oyster Day from tho wnr last Boptembcr. ' All tho cood-looklmr younjc women of Oyster . K- Jlay helped to servo tho luncheon. It Is said ft that tho entire fcmlulno population of Oyster I?, IJay was present. ,. , W Col. Itoosovelt will co to Now York on tho WJ 8:51 train to-morrow mornlnc. Ills niqrn i It Iob will bo spent with Messrs. Choato, Uea- iw. man nnd others with whom lie doslres to K talk politics. In tho nttornoon h will meotn IF number of labor men at tho Fifth Avenue K Hotel, and later will mcetHonntor Piatt and llr. E1' Odoll. with such of his Republican friends from M&' tinthoKtatunsmay 1)0 cathorod thoro to meet Sr him. Atsomotimodurincthodayho will havo IB. a talk with Frank Moss. ... fift Kzcept at tho Now Iceland dlnnor lato noxt !. month, the Oovemor-eiect will not senk In It public except to carry out his agreement with ft; the Lowell Instltuto In Poston. Ho is very If sorry that hlsmcacemont to lecturo in Boston oTery Wednesday and Saturday for tho next K twolvo weeks will provont him from attending the Lotos Club dlnnor to Admiral Hchloy. E. II. Hnrriman of Oranco county will slvo n, dinner this ooninc nttho Metropolitan Club tB, In honor of Chalrmnn llonjnmrti II. Odoll of the Bg. Itepublican Ktatu Committee Henator Piatt, BE Governor-eloct Poosevelt and tho Hon. MR Chaunccy M. Uopow will bo amonc tho eucsts I 'f Republican legislators and lenders from all I farts of tho Htnto ore nttho Fifth Avenun Hotel. t Tho bis corridor of tho hotel was full of them t lastoenlnc. The lawmakers said that it was IP toooarly forany dellnltOHtotoment of tho lee Islativoprogrnrnmo, but they woro unanimous In tho beliot that tho Htato Constabulary bill. , tho Puro Peer bill nnd the State Election Com- j rj mission bill would como up for consideration. H SenntorS'Kmm nnn Ellsworth, Assemblymen in p Nixon. Dcernw.Allds, Hill ot Erie, and Kolsoy; IB l Ex-fienator lllchy. ltailroad Commissioner H , O. W. Dunn. William liarnes nnd Fred W. I t JCaston, Superintendent of Public lluildlncs of I r. Albany, nnd ox-Mayor Georeo E. Green of 1 j- Plnghamton. wero somo of tho well-known e i Republicans who wore nt headquarters A r. yesterday. Mr. Easton Is n candidate for re- I , apHlntmont. Mr. Kolsey and Mr. Allds are J - rlvnls for tho leadership In tiro Assembly, of j ; I whicli Mr. Nixon is to be tho Speaker. Mr. I ; Nixon said last night that tho committees of j ! t1 tho Assombly had not boon mado up yet and jit that some time would pass boforo tnev woro 35 completed. Many of the lawmakers paid their i respocta to Senator Piatt, who had n talk with i W Chairman Odoll on Htnto matters In tho oven- i W inc. Both Senator Piatt and Mr. Odell snld ' sL that tho published story of Mr. Piatt's rctiro- ; W mont from tho Seunto, to be Buccnddod by Mr. B7 Odoll, was too ridiculous to bo donled. ft Other Republicans are expected In town to- ' day. Tho conferences with Govornor-oloct m Itoosovelt may result In an understanding as to i m what will be dono at Albany this winter. B ffi . REPVJSLICAX CLVIt OX EXrAXSIOX. '-' Wo nav Expanded Already nnd Events T m Have Ghen U n i'ollcy. tF K At tho Republican Club meeting last night m President Depow, In receiving tho report of tho k fit Campaign Commttteo, paid a high complimont I c to William Lcary, its Chairman, for tho raan- m ner in which tho work of the commltteo I K was done. The Republican Club's efforts were 'jE. made mainly In tho Democratic torritory south H of Fourteenth street, and thoro was a largo K falling off in the Dcmocratto voto In that part I! - of the city. K The report of tho Committee on National 9r Affairs pointed out that tho country has K actually expanded. ' "Rightly or wrongly," It says, "wlsoly or : , L unwisely, for bettor or worse, wo have becomo f a world rower now and for nil time, Tho f p question of tho hour Is not how we can escapo a ' the consequences', but how wo can best porform tho dutlos that havo been thrust upon us. C 'Xho position urged by tho former report o! ' ' this commltteo hns proved to bo tho ono ac cepted by the country. Tho constitutional right to annex insular torritory has been rec ' , ognlzed and aillrmod by tho actual ox erctBe of that right. Tito policy of torri ; :, torlal acquisition boyond the seas has been : .-, adopted by boldly acquiring such territory. ., Sr andtheonlyquestlonlott is: flow shall wo best v M eovern and protect our Insular acquisitions !' ;, and what Is right and expedient in respoct to M territory our title to which liaH not yet beon no ,.i I?: knowlodgod by Spain ? This last question has T ' ' been commlttod unreservedly by tho whole if ' people to tlio Prosident and his advisors, fe IS wltu loyal confldonco that, acting upon fuller 4 St, knowledgo than it is possible for tho publlo to jt JEt possess nnd anlmnted by a patriotism and do ff Mi- Iretofullil the national will no man can justly f; w, question, thoy will do what Is wisest and best. $ andwhateverthuydowlllmectwilhthosupport it ft ' 't"e country. Any other nltornativn uxcopt 6 I PR'- to retain tho sovoreignty of tho islands is ft. s ft' fraught with consequences so serious and f i ifi;. threatening that It would be both politically R S rash and morally wrong to Incur them. If E K' wo do not retain tho Islands w must give them E. If' ' up entirely to Spain or partition tho territory , U between Hnaln nnd onrsolves, Hut to icturn a. W. them, cither In whole or in part, to Spain ,EL m would bo tohandthom overton w.irof despera b m tln on ouo side and extermination on tho 2 K other." If 7K Tho report points nut that, bankrupt as she Is, Spain would sell the Islands to soma ,k ill' European power provided sho could not put it' x' down the rebellion In them. To allow tho IK if. Islands to pass under European control, the jg ht report says, would bo an act of shortsighted 1 ffi polltlcnl folly." f !ffi Bosldos those reasons, tho commltteo con- 4' a tends that the vnit commercial vuluu of tho SB islands should not bo overlooked and urges It vlV tint the United Htntos should liiko its placo Sf m among tho other nntlons of the world as acorn- Hi ' tnerclal iower in the East. f ' a Afir DKMOcn.iar ouo. ? W( John'llrl.hcn M'nlkcr Will Itlgldly Exclude , ' t Cnpltnlikts l'roui It. John liritben Walker's now pure silver ,' m Democratio headquarters In tho Mndlson I S Bquaro building wore opened yesterday, jf m Three roll-top desks, -somo "fresh paint" iff w signs and Mr, Wulfcor being on hand to receive 1 JE Ultors. Mr. Walker bald that tho movemont m originated with himself and that no ono olso Ik was behind It. Ho has already recolvod n largo g Wt number of lottery from voters who are anxious 1 & to seo him succeed. Mr. Walker said last night S fja' that at present tho names of men who como 't t" Into line with Itlw will bu kept becret forgood m iTB.-' ' reasons. f W, Mr. Walker will orcnnbe n commltteo of 500 f.' IS at once to further thu ends of his machine. J; ' Tills cominltleo Into ie composed exclusholy K 3f of worklngiiii'ii Capitalists will be rigidly ex- If eluded, Mr. Walker intends that workingmon I K mil limp the controlling olce. in his mnclilno. , ihq work of getting niHinbors for this coin- R mltteo will occupy Mr. Wnlker nt present, and E asboouad It Is organized the education of tho m votrs on tho currency question will begin, fc' John Drluinr's I'ollllral Hucccmoi-. , t. Alderman Matthew E. Pooley of the borough -. of Brooklyn has been ohoscu Democratic j J I eader In tho Twelfth Assembly district. In ' f- place of John Dehuar, deceased, and ho has if' also been appointed to till tho vacancy In tho i Sf Executive Commltteo caused by Mr. Uelmar's 1 ?.'lBth rherowyrewiver.il otlntrasplrnutafor this honor, and If Alderman Uooley wishes to M LJ?.ln. J,' 't wl1' Pbably Iiata to win at the kk, axt prliuaty, IBjHBsKWisSKiSiliSisfciiNPirf mot ix uvs'aAniAx ttfiiatsTAa. nad ninod Arotrd Over Proposition to ltemove the llentil Monument. gpteint CMe VwxtUk la Tn Sim. YirsKA, Nov. 21. Tho embittered 'racial and political hostility prevailing In Hungary found vent to-day In tho Hungarian Uolchstng In connection with tho proposal to rcmovo tho well-known llcntrl monument In Budapost. Tho Incident, which had been agitating tho Chamber for days, culminated to-day In tumultuous sccnos. which, it Is fcarod, will havo n soquol In tho streets. It will bo recalled that Gen. Hentzl com manded thnhntod Austrian troopn In Budadn Budn In 1818. Tho monument has always boon n souroo of Irrltntlon to the Magyars. Tho Emperor's decision, therefore, to ro movo It from Its position In front of tho royal castlo to tho garden of tho Military Acndcmv. and to croct on Its slto n memorial to tho murdered Em press, that had been subscribed for In Hun gary, would havo met with no opposition had not political animosities been ratsod. Unfortunately, Gen. Krleghammor. Minister of War for tho dual monarchy. In Issuing the ordor for tho removal of tho Hentzl monument did not communlcato with Baron Fejdrvarr. tho Hungarian Minister of Notional Detcnco. Moreover, Gen. Krlcghammer ttsod an Infe licitous cxproBfllon, which angered tho Parlia mentary Opposition nnd stlrrod up bad blood, affording tho Opposition an opportunity to rnlso tho cry that the removal of tho monument Involved n slight to tho army. Tills occurred last weok. Tho storm then soomed likely to pass. but. unhappily. Baron Fejdrvitry, In replying to-day to porslstent at tacks In tho Chamber, lost his temper nnd taunted tho Opposition with being no Judgos of honor and trampling on tho honor of other people Thereupon a tornado burst, and the scenes which disgraced tho Austrian Itclohsratu a year ago wero roCnnctod. Tho Deputies screnincd nnd howled, banged tholrdcsks. nnd domanded that Baron Fcjdr vrtry apologbe. Ho refused to do so. Bctwoon noon nnd midnight tho sosslon was adjourned revon times, every nttompt or Baron FejervAry to Ilnlsh his speech bolng greotod with nu uproar owing to his continued refusal to apologize In which course ho was hoartlly supportod by tho Government majority. During ono of tho Intonals tho Minister was challenged to light n duol, and It In understood that ho accoptcd It. Tho quarrel has already boon taken up by the university students and tho mob which usually follows their load, bnt hitherto thoy hn o confined tho demonstration to noise, Thero has been no rioting, but tho poltco aro protecting tho Hentzl monument and are as sembled strongly In tho neighborhood of tho Rolchstag and other probnble contres of disturbance JWMOR AXD THE VltETFVS CASE. A T.etter Used Against tho l'rlioner Said to IJnvo lleen Proved Worthless. SptHal Cablt Dttvutdt to The Sun. London, Nov. 21. Tho Paris correspondent of thoi. James's Gazelle assorts that he has learned from an exceptionally woll-lnformod source that tho mystorlous document in the Dreyfus case, on tho strength of which suc cosbIvo Ministers of War havo upheld the con demnation of the prisoner, was a letter from Gen. Baron Frcdericsz. Russian military attache in Paris. Tho letter Is dated from Berlin, and is addressed to tho French military authorities. It says that the traitor who was responsible for the salo of military secrets was a certain Capt. Dreyfus. Subsequently Baron Frcdericsz nscertajnod tftat he had been grossly deceived by an agent of Esterhazy or Col. Henry, who woro anxious to fix the guilt of Droyfus in order to avert suspicion from themselves. "I am informed." tho correspondent says. "that Mmo. Droyfus is now in possession of a letter from Baron Fredoricsz which ad mits his orror." Tho exlstenco of this lettor is said to havo influenced the Court of Cassation to mako light of the ovidenco given by the four ex Ministers of War who testllled to their bellof in Dreyfus's guilt. SPAXIAItDS TO BABTEX FJ103I CUBA. They Promise to Evacuate the Province of Plnnr del Illn Before Dee. 3. Special Cable DeivaUh to Tub Box. Havana, Nov. 21. Tho province of Plnar del Rio will bo compleloly evacuated bofo Dec. 3, according to a note sent to-day by th tnlsh to the American Commissioners. An Amorican noto wns delivered tc uy de manding that tlio records of the civil .. minis tration of tho island bo left intacc ind not carried to Spain, Tho Amorlenns thanked tho Span! rds for the information they had turnlshcd concerning the civil administration of tho Island, and tho Spaniards thanked the Americans for tho courteous treatment received by tho Spanish officers who wont to Santiago and Manzanlllo to rocovortho remains of Gens. Vara doltey and Santoclldes. Gons. Wade, Butler end Clous attended tho ceremony of depositing the remains of Gens. Vara dol Itey and Santoclldes In Itho cemetery here to-day. Tho bodies will remain hero until a steamer is ready to carry them to Spain for final Intorment. Captain - Goneral Blanco thanked the Americans for the honor shown by them to tho illustrious Spanish dead. SVAXISir DIPLOMAT IlUJtT. Senor Castillo. Ambnssador to Frnncei Thrown from Ills Carrlnge. Special Callt Eeipatch to The Sdh. Pabib, Nov. 21. Senor Leon Castillo, the Bpnnlsli Ambassador to Franco, was severely injured in a runaway accldont to-day. Tho Ambassador was driving In tho Champs Elysoes when the horses became frightened and boltod. Tho coachman was thrown from his soat to the ground, and tho Ambassador jumped out of tho carriage, hurting himself painfully and seriously In his fall. CLEAXSED OF A UOOLEY STAIX. Anonymous Donors Make Good the Cost of St. Paul's Cathedral Communion Plats. Sptcial Cable Detpalch to Tat Sox. London, Nov. 21. Anonymous donors havo paid to tlio oOlclal Receiver in Bankruptoy, through the cathedral authorities, tho cost of tho gold communion plate which Mr. Ernest T, Hooloy.who is now in tho Bankruptcy Court, prosentod to Bt. Paul's. The nionoy is for tho purposo of fieoing the vessels from doubtful ssoclntldns, nJlIVKX OFF JIT IXSCnOEXTS. Spanish Gunboats Iteported to Ilnve Itun front lillpliioi, Xmeial Cable DltpakK to The Bom. Manila, Nov. 21, It is reported here that Spanish gunboats Ured threo shells at the town of Borsogon because tho Filipinos there re fused to lower tholr Hag which was flying over tho place. Tho Filipinos bognn to mako prep arations to light tho gunboats, whereupon tho warships hastily withdrew, jr7.r moiiT, hays caxevaiio. The Itnllnn Government Hopes for Ami cable Relations vtith Colombia. Uncial Cablt Dripalch to Tux Bex, Rome, Nov, 21. In tho Chamber of Deputies to-day Admiral Canevaro, Minister of Foreign Affairs, replying to an Interpellation on the Colombian affair, eald ho hoped that the Co lombian Government would shortly resume amicable relations with Italy. In any case, ho said, Italy was surely In the right. A Prunco-Itallan Commercial Alliance T Sfteial Cable DapaltX tm Tut Bus. Paris, Not. 2L Tho fgara says that France and Italy are nogotUtlug a commercial treaty, which will shortly bo signed. t.jimt''mmm riimmStfy'i li 1 -''' -"'"''---", a -"- ' -" - ' , ".l.'. ' ' ' " -''' V FAITH STILL IN KEELY. ins irmoir bats she has this SECttET OF THE MOIOIt. It Is Contnined In 9,000 Pngrs of Manuscript nnd May Ite llevenled to the Directors After tho rnnernl-IIdpes of Stnckhold-ers-The Men Selected ns Pallbearers. Pmi.ADELrniA, Nov. 21. Benjamin L. Acker man of Now York, President of tho Keoly Motor Company, came to this city to-day at tha request of John W. Kcoly's widow. After visiting hor ho said: " On my arrival at Mrs. Koely'a house I found her so prostrated that she wns unnblo to more than staro that Mr. Keelv had loft In her posses sion a manuserlpt of 2,000 pages, which oxplalna tho wholo flystom and the work ho has dono. This Is a most joyful ploce of news for us all. I have boon associated with Mr. Keely for over twenty-flvo years, nnd am an nbsolute lfollover thatMr.Kcely'a discovery is tho greatest tho world has over soon. I nm n mechanical en gineer by Instinct, odticntlouand occupation, nnd ho could not liavo fooled mo ono Instant ntter I hod thoroughly examined his appli ances, which I did hundreds of times exhaust ively and critically ovory ono that he over "It seems to mo. after what has been printed, propor to say somotbinff about Mr. Kecly'a work. Ho has mndo about Ilfteen machines during tho paBttwenty-llvo years, oaoh one be ing nn Improvement on Its predecossor, and all but two or three were operated successfully. Priortol877hemade his first machine, whllo ho was studying tho great principle or securing power through tho disintegration of wator. That machlno wclRhod 00,000 , pounds and cost $00,000. Then ho produced a machlno whloh , did exactly tho same work, although its weight was only 11. 000 pounds. Later tho idea Involving tha disintegration of atmospherlo , ,alr was conceived, and ho mado a machine which weighed exactly forty-two pounds. Then ho discovered the sympathetic principle his Intost system, nnd then he produced amachlno which, although Its weight was only ten pounds, per formed the same work ns the first machlno (which welghod 00,000 pounds), and did It in a much hotter way." ... . Mr. Keely Is to bo burlod on Wodnesday. After the funeral the dtrcotors of tho company may have a conference with Mrs. Koely regard ing the secret of the motor. , , Among those who have been selected as pall bearers at tho funeral nro Prof. William B. Croo'.os of London, George Peabody, John Ja cob Astor, and Wnyno MaoVough. Tho list has been mado up from among men of science, en gineers, and others who have attended tho demonstrations nt Keoly's laboratory and havo expressed faith or Interest in his Invention. Charles 8. Hill and Burton Klncald or Boston visited Mrs. Keoly this ovonlng. Mr. Hill snld ton Bun reporter that, as tho result of this visit, ho felt mora confident and more hopeful of tho ultimate succoss nnd utility of the Keely inventions than ho had ever felt boforo. Ho says Mrs. Keoly has In her possession data and memoranda which sho proposed to placo at tho disposal of the directors of tho com pany, and whllo ho did not wish to raise false hopes among the stockholders, ho believed himself, as the result of what wns revealed In the Interview with Mrs. Keoly. that thero was little doubt of tho consummation of tho work which Keoly died leaving almost completed. XEMtASICA'S OFFICIAL TOTE. Fusion Majority Cnt Down to 3,433, a Re publican Gain of 18,307 Over Init Year. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 21. Tho official olectlon figures wero glvon out by tho Secretary of Btate to-day. Thoy ctvo Poyntor. Populist, for Govornor, (10,703, and Hayward, Republi can, 03,281, a Fusion majority of 3,422, Tho figures show that the total voto this year Is within 1,500 of what It was lost year, thus disproving tho Fusion claims that defeat was duo to tho fact that confldenco in victory led many ot tholr party to stay awny from tho polls. Tho net Republican gain over Governor In 1800 Is 18,307. and over last year's vote. 1.004. The returns show that tho Repub licans gained largely in the cities and towns whore they wero hit hardest in 1800. Ten counties show Fusion gains, but the Re publicans gained thore also, because of local oontests. The figures show a steady falllngolT of tho Fufllon voto. which encourages tho Re publicans to believe that this Is tholr last year of victory. In 1890 Holcomb (Populist) pollod C5 per cont. of tho total vote. Last year tho Fusion candidate for Supreme Court Judge polled 02.05 per cent. This year their candidate for Governor polled 500 per cent. only. Tho returns a canvassed officially determine that the Republicans easily control both houses of the Legislature, and will have n, majority of thirteen on joint ballot. The fight on Senator has drawn out to dato fourteen candidatos. yrOODItUFF BACK FR03I THE WOODS. No Need, lie Says, for a General Change In Republican Management In Brooklyn. Lieut -Oov. Timothy L, Woodruff. Col. Ml chaol J. Dady, Walter B. Atterbury.and Georgo II. Roberts havo roturnod to Brooklyn from their post-election trip to tho Adlrondacks, Mr. Woodruff said that It was clear that tho expected Republican voto was badly cut down in Kings county through the combined Influ ence of the hrewers and saloon keepers, to gether with the unprecodontod use ot official .patronage In the hands of tho Democrats. In Mr. Woodruffs opinion the Republican man agers wore in no way responsible for the result, their work throughout being marked with un flagging zeal and excellent judgment. 1 do not imagine," he said, that there will bo any particular demand fornchango in tho party managemnnt In Brooklyn, aside from a low men who, from personal gain or advan tage, are always rising In opposition, some of whom did not lift a finger or contribute a cent to the conduct ot the hut campaign." CLOSE ELECTIOX COXTESTS. Results of the Omclul Canvass 'ot Votes in Itrooklyn Soldiers' Votes. Tho official canvass for Senator in tho Fourth district in Brooklyn elves Davis (Rep.) a plu rality of nearly 200 ovor Boernor (Dam,), and there is no possibility that tho soldiers' vote can change tho result. In tho Fifth Assembly district the plurality of De Graw (Rep.) ovor Rudolph (Deni.) is 154. The race between Collier (Rep.) and Hubbard (Dem.)fojr Assembly in the Tenth district was the olosest In Brooklyn, tho official canvass giving Collier only 37 plurality, Tho seat may opend on thosoldlors' voto. HAROLD FREDERIC CASE Christian Science Exponents, Charged with Manslaughter, Remanded, Special Cablt DunatcS to Tn Sux. London. Nov. 21. Mrs. Mills and KntoLyon, charged with manslaughter in having brought about the death of Harold Frederlo through their treatment ot him by Christian Science methods, wero rearralgned In the police court to-day and romandod for another woek, I TUB TELEdllAPlI IX AFRICA. Congo Free State Said to Have Agreed to Allow a Survey. Sptcial Cable Dtipttcli to Tat Sen, London, Nov. 21. The Birmingham TOit says that an agreement has been arranged with tho Congo Freo State, allowing tho survey of an African transcontinental telegraph lino along the western shores ot Lakes Tanganyika and Albart Edward. THE CODLEXZ IS SAFE Arrival of the North German Lloyd Steam ship at Oporto. Sptcial Cable Vitvakk to The SDH. Oroirro, Nov. 21, The North Oerfaan Lloyd steamer Coblenz, concerning the safety of which rumors have been afloat for tho last two days, has arrivod her. TIIB RAItElTA AFFAIR SETTLED. France Snld to Ilnve Recognized Italy's Rights In tho Territory. Sptcial Cable Dapatch to Tax Btnt. ItoMit. Nov. 21. Tho Government announced In tho Chamber of Deputies to-day that the Rahelta matter had been settled and that Franco had recognized Italy's right in tho territory. Rig Schools of Mackerel at Sea Clin. SeA Curr, L. I.. Nov, 21. Big sohools of English mackerel aro In the bay off hero and fishermen aro making great catches. Many persons stand on tlio plank walk along the shore front, nnd as tho llsh swim close in. bas kets nro used to scoop them up. Tho llsh are small, but very fat, and make excellent eating. A Mew Baptist Pastor for New York. Fabmmbdbo. W, Va., Nov, 31. Tha Rev. Robert B. Smith, pastor of the Market Street Baptist Church, resigned last nlgbtto accept acal tendered him by the Riverside Baptist Church of New York. Ho will take cuar-u lUiorsldeon Jan. 1, ' - f " Mkft sw- i; nrun bachelor A BB-Vroior. Millard J. Bloomer Slarrled Ills Secretary on June 18-Annonneement Jnst Mnde. Capt. Millard J. Bloomer, ownor of Yrfn life, caused considerable talk In Harlom yos terday by announcing that ho had boon mnr rlad on Juno 18 In Wnldon. N. Y.. to Miss Nolllo Adama Crist, his private secretary. Capt. Bloomer's mother has heart disease, and this Is glvon as tho reason for keeping the marriage, secret, for she had opposed the match. Sho Is reconciled to It now. ' ) Tho bride la tho 21-year-old daughter of Mrs. M.Adellno Crist of 2240 Beventh avenuo. For five years nnd n half sho had boon employed by Capt. Bloomer. Bho Is n member of tho En worth League of Calvary M. E. Church ati2ltth street and. Sovonth avenue. Capt. Bloomer Is 28yoarsold and Is Prcsldont of tho llarlom Bachelor Club. . At tho outbreak of tho Spanish war his mother was greatly plcnsodwhon ho told hor that he had secured n commission, as Captain from Gov. Blaok. as sho believed thnt this would break off his Impending mnrrlngo with his secretary. Cant, Bloomer enlisted 400 men., but they were divided among several volunteer' regiments, and ho himself did not go to the On June 15 Capt Bloomer nnd. Miss Grist wont to Port Jen-is, whoro Miss Crist had rela tives.1 Thoy remained thoro three days waiting for Juno IB. for Juno 18 wns the llfth anni versary of tho day Miss CrUt entered Capt. Bloomor's employ. On tho 18th they went to Wnldon, nnd woro married by tho Roy, Oscar Havilnnd. pastor of . tho Waldcn M. K. Church. After n wodding trip. In tho eourso of which thoy woro registered at a hotel nt Margrovo as Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bronston, lest Bloomor's sister, who wns to be at tho samo hotel later, should discover the mnrrtago, they returned to Now lork. , Cnpt. Bloomer went back to tho fnmlty home, at 20 West 130th streot. to live, whllo hlswlfo contlnuod to work In tho oftleo as his secretary and to live with her mothor. Bloomor's sister went to Margrovo In the course of time, saw Richard Bronston's namo on the reg ister, recognized it as a nom do plumo used by hor brother, and suspected tho truth. Hho told hor mothor, who refused to bellovo it. Two weeks ago Capt. Bloomer told Mrs. Donald Mcljnn, tho Regent of the Now York oltr chapter of tlio Daughters of tho Revolution, and she advised him to toll his mothor. Last Sunday ho did so. His mother wopt and scolded him. but finally relontednnd consented to reecho Mrs. Bloomer as hor daughter. BILTER DOLLAR SMITH ROBBED. A Thief Takes Advantage of Ills Celebrating Ills Orandfatherhood. Bilvor Dollar Smith returned from a tem porary retirement in tho wilds ot Brooklyn yes terday only to havo a bold thief mako entry in broad daylight into tho very heart ot his domain, breaking In and robbing tho living rooms ovor tho dollar-starred saloon on Essex street whllo Its ownor stood all unconscious at its bar. A week ago Mr. Smith learned that ho had becomo a grandfathor. had "added small change to Ills fnmily," as ono of his followers remarked, and, on Sunday with his wholo family, Tony his son. better known as Halt Dollar, his daughtors Annlo, (lussle and Mamie, nnd Harris Penrlman. a friend, no went to Brooklyn to celebrate the event with his mar ried daughter. Mrs. DreyfUB. Ad a result of tho celebration all slopt lato yesterday, and Annie, tho 15-yenr-old daughter, was not surprised when sho started at 12 o'clock to mako up her brothor Tony's bed in a room on tho top floor to 11m! the door locked. Knocking and rocolvlng no answer sho opened tho door with a key Bho carried. As sho did son strango man, with his hatotor his oyes and his coat collar about his ears, jumped from behind tho door and pushed by her. " Tony 1" sho screamed. "If you do that again I'll kill you." said tho man ns ho fled down the stairs carrying a pack age under ono arm. Ho escaped with 100 worth of stuff. Herman Kopp, 35 years old, of 211 Chrystlo street, who was formerly tho porter in tho satoon, was arrested nt midnight on nusnlcton and locked up In tho Eidridgo streot station. EMBEZZLER TnREATEXS SUICIDE. Dreher of Brooklyn Writes to Ills Wife That Be Will Soon Be Dead. O.W.C. Dreher. 02 years old. ot 300 Penn sylvania avenue. Brooklyn, a real estate man. in business with Octavius Slltman, was arraigned in tho Gates Avenue Po ltco Court on Thursday, charged with misappropriating $3,500 from Mrs. K. Buhn a widow of Eastern Parkway and Pennsylvania avenuo. Ho was paroled in tho custody of his counsel. Yesterday his wife received a letter from him dated Philadelphia, Nov. 10. in which ho wrote that by the tlmo sho received the letter ho would be dead, ns ho was going to commit sulcido in a hotel at Chestnut nnd Eighth streets. Ho snld that his body was to bo cre mated and that sho need not worry about his ashes. Mrs. Dreher saw Siltman, who alleged that Dreher had gone through all tho money. They notified the nollco, who communicated with the Philadelphia authorities, but up to n late hour no response had been receled. Slltmnn said last night that he thought Drehcr's short ago would amount to $70,000. SIR JOHX FOWLER DEAD. A Distinguished Civil Engineer Built the rirth of Forth Bridge. Sptcial Cable Despatch to TiiESrc. London, Nov. 21. Sir John Fowler, tho widely known civil engineer, is dead. He was 81 years old. Sir John Fowler was born noar Sheffield. England, and was educated as an engineer. Ills first work was the construction of several railroads, the principal one of which is the road from London to Brighton. Ho superin tended tho building of mnny bridges, viaducts and docks, and was constantly engaged in im portant engineering work nil ovor Europe. In 1870 ho was appointed a member of tho com mission sent by tho Indian Government to Norway to investigate tho railway systom there. In 1800 he was mado a bnronot as a re ward for his achiovoment in connection with the building of tho bridge across tlio Firth of Forth. For sorvlces rendered in tho military campaigns In the Soudan ho was mado a Knltht Commander of tno Order ot US. Michael and George, Obituary Notes. Henry Gaullleur was found dead yesterday In his loom in the Plaza Hotel. He came to the hotel about ton days ago Irom Europe. Death was probably due to apoplexy. Tho dead man was an Intimate friend of Carl Schurz. with whom he dined on Saturday, Mr. Gaullleur. who was 00 years old, was born In Geneva, Switzerland, where his father wns n professor of languages. He studied law und was grad uated as u doctor of laws from a German uni versity. Ho married into n rich family In Switzerland, and went to Cuba in 1800. Ho bought a tobacco plantation near Santiago, but gavo It up n few years later. Mr. Gaullleur came to tho United Stati In 1803 and engaged in the tobacco business. He returned to Swit zerland in 1881 nftor having nmnssed consider able wealth. Ho was the author nt soveral novels depleting American life. They wero written in Knnllshand German. His last work, which was published by Harper it Bros , New Tiorlc.n few months ago, whs called "Tho Paren tal Stato In Franco and Germany." It was ex tensively reviewed at tlio time and received favorable notice. Dr. J. Freeman Atwood, ono of the best known homcoopathlo physicians in Brooklyn, died yesterday from typhoid fever at his homo, 140 Greeno avenue, in the fifty-third year ot his age. He was graduated from Columbia College In 1870, nnd waB in active practice in Jlrooklyn until the clone nt his lite. He was resident of tho Kings County Medical Sooloty, ohjef of staff of the Brooklyn Nursery, and eou Bultlngpliyslolan ot the Hnmceopathlo Hos pital, lie had long been a trustee of the Simp son M. E. Church and superintendent of the Sunday school. He was formerly surgeon of the Fourteenth Regiment, Ho was a member of tho Union League Club. Ho leaves a widow, son and daughter. A Draw Between Barry and Inn. Cuicaoo, Nov. 21. Jimmy Barry met his old tlmo rival, Casper Leon ot New York, to-night at Met urn's handball court and fought n six round draw with him. Tho men agreed to such a verdict If both were on their fcot nttho end of tho bout, nnd Reforee Mnlachy Hogan had no alternative but to dcclure It a draw. Barry, however, outpoint ed Leon at every stngo of the game. Thu latter proved hlnfself a great uefensUo lighter and Barry found it difficult to reach any vulnerable spot. In the first round Bar ry scored a knockdown with a left on the jaw. but I-eon nroso without i taking any rest. Barry reached his opponent's head and body with terrific right and left straight arm punchus all through tho six rounds, but ho was not ablo to score a declslvo win ovor the game ltullrn. Loon waB in perfect condition, but only ii one round, tho sixth, did lie attempt to fight hick. In tills round ho landod ono or two good stilt lefts, but they did no damage. JOTTIXOS ABOUT TOWX, s. he woman fouud t Ilitn avenue snd Fifteenth stieet on Sucdsy, who died tu Hon York UospiUl tho it reKunin eonsdouaews, u Identified yes li . idy ft tke Morgue s Noruli y. Clsrisu. u rus old, a drcumsks.-bt S07Eth'melutakU:tL l i lMt.1 '"f L III Ill.lW'l. )IIIJIIIIIIJIIMM11IMWIM AMELIA BINGHAM j "The Queen of Beautiful Women" I jggfyj I jonann noil $ f1?- i Malt Extract , wttjj- IBl I with the most satisfactory re- 1 f f! suits." zs J' sO y Vr Pvt ; Johann Hoffs Malt Extract MW W 5 Makes Flesh and Blood lpflf Z ! Improves Appetito Aids Digestion SJ $ X JOIIANN IIOFPi New York. Berlin, Vienna, Paris. '" Xft I BOWLIXO. Gothams, Monnrchs, nnd Glendnles Win nnd Luio In tho If. B. Clubs' Tournament. The Monarch team UckoJ only twelve nlns to equal the toUl rolled by the Gothams in the flist United Bowling Clubs' Downttmn Section No. 1, Kine at the Arude alleys last night, bnt tho Brook lyn bowlera partly atoned for the defeat when thoy stacked up amlnitUinaiendales, who wero snowvd under by 10U pins. Tho senresi riMT oAHr. Ootham Belles, 18: Bachmann, 100: Bcbenk, 173: Lehraaun.taSi Hehllchte, 170. Total. H13. Monarch Kellr. 18(;Wvlchmann, 1(17; Smith, 13S; Van Ulyck, 153; nacenubl, SOU, Total, Mil. szcoxd'omib. Monarch Kelly, 220; Welclimann, 183; Smith, lt4: Van Blyck. 176; Haaentalil, 122. Total. MM. Oleuilaltt Schneider, 140, Sohwaiter, IBM; drool ing, 183; Schreyer, 144; It. JVuchs, 170. Total, 720. Tnmn oaue. Oothara-nalles. 112: Bacbmiuiu, 122: 8ehenk, 107; Lebinann, 173: SchllcMe, 108. Total. B82. Glondalt Scnnelder, 147: SchwaBcr, ino: Oroel lug, 130; Schnyor, 148; It. Fuchs. 1U2. Total, 747, Tho teams which failed to land a prlto in tho Arrada beadpln tournament, have another oppor tunity to tost their skill as front-pin bowlers In tho tourney going on at the Arlington lialt alles. Last nltht's score" follow: Arlington No. 1 Arp. 83; J. Boemerman. Jr., 68; Vf. Meyer, 71; Johnson. 85; K.Maau, 84. Total. 411. Bt. Ueorgo Brown, H2; Fenrith. mi; Harris, 18; Abendschetu, 40; I'ord. BO. Total, 370. Arllnirton No. 211. Boemerman, 88; P. Brans, 88; Mctulur, 68: Hweezoy. 8H: Harloe, 81. Total, 4U0. Gulden Hod No. 1 Doninireu, 100; Kckatoln, 78; Arnold, 100; BchUefer, DO; Eck. 78. Tout, 401. The Lotus won two and the Cables one uumo In the United Bowling Clubs' Uptown Section No. 1 tournamont series at Thum & Kahlsdorf 'a Usrlem alleys last night. Tho camea scheduled to be played to-night have been postponed. Tho scores: fxbst oaiir. Cable C. Itchbeln, 141); Kaenan, 12.1: 'Welssmann, 102; Cohen, 118: Smith, 104. Total. 706. I.otu W. Qerdes, 11)3: Heath. 143: Itehm, 148; F. Uordcs, 1(19; Uoemmcrtnann, 183. Total, 68(1. SECOND OASIF. Cable C. Ilebbeln, 181: Keenin, 120; Welssmann, JUl; Moore, 16tt; Smitb, 11)3. Total, 84d. Cyclone A. Boettjer, 182; Miller, ltSS: 8coalei, 125; II. Boettjer, 143: C. Boettjer, 100. Total, 770. TmnD OAUS. Lotus W. Oerdes, 100, Heath. 100: Itehm. 148; F. Oerdes, 10; Boeaimennanii, 170. Total, 7UB. Cyclone A. Bcettjer. 168; Miller, 12-1: bcoales, 116; 11. Boettjer, 113: C. Boettjer. 14U. Total, 071. Williamsburg enthusiasts were out In force last nleht at Leister's alleys, where tho l'rosperlty. Don't Know, and Templeton teams plsyed an interesting aeries of games in the Kings county tournament. The scores: riBST OAUR. Prosperity Block, 177: Marks, 172: Meyer, 140; Hammer. 187: P. Wolf. 1U3. Total, 878. Ijon't Know Welber. 124; Kicker, 16fl: Rlppor ger, 165; J. Wolf, 132; Bahlbender, 142. Total, 722, BECONIf OA9IE. Don't Know Weibcr, 105; Flcker, 178: Itlpperger, 14r,; J. Wolf. 1U2; Dahlbouder, low. Total, 768. Templeton Auar, 210; F. Herberiter, 1HW: G. Her bergtrTsoi) Flood, 187; Leister. 170. Total, U37. TnillD OAUE. ' Templeton Auer, 201; F. Herbrrjrcr, 179: G. Her berctr. 147; Flood, 170; Leister, 1HO. Total, 8(13. Prosperity Blooa, 160: Maris, lt.2: Meyer, 167; HaSamer, lau; P. Wolr, 1U4. Total, BUS. The Van Wycks csrrtrd off the honors In last nlBht's series of the Arllut'tou national tournament of Brooklyn. Tho scores; nusT OAUE. Bushwick-F. Allen. 1(11: Johannes. 1(11: Woess ner. liltl; 11. Allen, 114; Lelmbscb, 202. Total, 804. Orient Wheelmen-Mulllns. 123: Alpen, U2: Bur rows, 134; Bhcppard, 124; Moller, 14U. Total. Oil). SECOSD OAUE. Orient Wbeelmen-Mulllns, J8J: Alpers. 147: Bur rows. 180; Shenpard. 102: Moller. 144. Total, 7,1. Van Wyck Addlcks, J 80, Foruinu, 11)2: Constans, 127; Oliver, 143; Melncklng. 170. Total. 818, imul) OAUE. Van Wyok Addlcks, 102; Forman. 100; Constans, 1(1D; Oliver. 134; Meiuckiiig, 11)0. Total. 80V. Busbwick F. Allen. 134; Johannes, 148; woess ner, 100; Atwood, 101; Leitnbacb, 108. Total. 740. The Amerlcus Council five were tho winners in two of the New York Itoyal Arcanum league tournament uaniea at the Tenuis Club alleys last night. Tho scores: rinsT OAMK. Amerlcus Council Jobansmeyer, 1(18; Dannen falser, 1186; La Beau, 100; Uchniitt, 127; Uatertau, 180. Total. 818. Htanloy Council Loebenateln, 106; Heller, 128; Woltr, 120; Schoenueln, 108; Woblere, 183. Total, (145. ErCOMD OAUE. Stanley Council Loebensteln, 108; Heller, 13(1; Woia, 137: Bchoenbein, IBu; Wohlers, 102. Total. 77. ClUzene' Council-Bpreen. 177; Tonics, 130; Wil- ken, 168; Bchrlncert, 186; Cowlos, 180. Total, 785, Tiiutn OAUE. Amerlcus Council Jobansmeyer. 1(11; Dannen felser, Itl.'ls Lo ccau, 1UU; Bcbmltt, 145; Oatertag, 17H. Total, 05. Citizens' Council Spreen, JI18; Tonjes, 141; Wllkora, 107; Bcbrlucort, 118; Cmlts, Ul, Total, 720. The Vlllace No. 1 team waa In good form at the Village Club alleys last nhtht. but Its total in tbs third VorkTille l.eguo tournament name was not uulte high enough tu earn u victory. The scores: riBST OAUE. Premier No. 1 A, Sblmln. 178; llorltz, 181); Davison, 1(10; L. Moaes, 1U7; Weiss, 14U. Total.848. Buppenknocben A. Jaeger, 181; Martini, 1U; K. Jatger, 1UH; Ueibtl.lOl; a.ulilweln, 11)0, Total, 70(1. SECOND OAUE. Buppenknocben A. Jaeger, VJD; Martini, 1.14; K. Jaei-rr, 134; Orlbel.iuu; Kuulwein, 1H. Total, 74'l. Village No. 1-I,erk, 201; (1. Colrintu, 182; U. McniUin, 148; Gulllaumo. 103; Sfcncucn, 100. To tal, 601. TUIBD OAUE. Premier No. 1 A. Shlir.au. 210; Merit., 180: Davi son, 162; h. Mosea, 1H3; Weiss, 1U4. Total, B7. Wllago No. 1-Leck, 177: O. Coleman, lot: r. Monanan, 108; Oulll, 177; Bchenck. 178. Total, 801. Tbebnwleraof the Newark Bay Boat Club opened the season at their altera In Iiaroune last night and met with detest at tbe hands of tho ItosMle Caalnu ClubUam In three achedule iiaiuea of the Ceut'al Now Jerery Bowling I-eague. Tuoscorea; rimr oamk, Roaello Casino Club Patterson, 170; Mulford, l4; MacQuold, 131; Bniltli, lull; Warner, 163. Total, 7U2. Newark Bay Boat Club-Davis, 200: A. 0. Griffiths. 14V; II. A. Griffiths, 124; llodiur, 167; Btumpfcl, 160. Total, 780. I ECOXD UAUE. ltoselln Casino Club-PattersnifT 168; Mulford. 136; Maoynold, 140; Hmltb, 170: Warner, 14d. 'lutil. 74. ' Newark Bay Boat Club Davis. 124; A, COrifflths. 123; II. A. Griffiths, 120pBodine, 185; Btutupfel. 108. Total, 72U. TQIED OAUE. Boselle Casino Club-Patterson, 140; Mulford. luo: MaVuold, 18V; Bmitb, lvO: Warner. 16u. Tola), 818. Newark Bay Boat Club Davis, 11)3: A. C. Griffiths. 10(1, 11. A. tlrimtbs, 121; Bodlue, 178; Stumpfel, 140. Total, 783. , "" Capt. Jenkins led the South Paws successfully In two games of the Carrutheis National tournament of Brooklyn last nlgbt, Tbe scores: TIBJIT OAUE. Booth Paw Jenkins, 201); Medlcus. 174; Yandskar. 205: Martin, If 8. illersbsnk, 171. Total. V17. Pin Knlgnt-riiM. 202! Pendleton, lid; Bchlll. 137 Milltr, 107; Welsh. 188, Total, 822, SECOXD OAUE, Pin Knight-Fries. 16V; Pendleton, 100; Bchlll, 14li Miller. 176; Welsh. 184. Total. 840, Adelpbl flarnor, 183; Wllliama, 172: Kruaa, lflU: Drceetl, 145.jainngum, 162. Total, KOI, 1 TUIBD OAUE, Adtlphl-aayasr, 103; Williams, 170; Kruaa, 200; Dresael, 127; Faninirton. inn. ToUl, BIB. BoutliPaw Jenkins. 187i Medlcus. 18.1; Vandokar, 138; Martin, 101; Bitrahonk, 105. Total, 842, Long Island Council's tsain. played Iti best camea this season In last nlulifa nlcs of tbo Brookl) n Itoyal Arcanum tournament, and easily xanirulnhpd the teams from Bnnoort and LeBcrt Councils. Tho scores: rmsT OAKE. Lefferta Council-Sellers, 170: Van Itlper, 103; Jewell, 1(12: Bmlth. 160: Taylor, ICO. Total, 801. Breroort Council Williams. 132: 8le.rr.Bt, 102; Nlnuuo. 122; Verkes, 100; lti.songrae, 133. Total, 6U4. SECOND OAUE. Brevoort Council Williams,- 10(1; Biegrlst. 150; Ntmmo, 144; Ycrkcs, 113; Uoscngrac, 134. Total, 817. Long Island Oonncll Tthoades, J4n:Judtrc, 143; Thorn, 162; Brooks, 154; Hill, 180. Total, 778. ' THIRD OlUE. Long Island Council Bhoades, 1(17; Judge. ICO; Thorn, 178: Brooks. 201; Hill, 141). Total. 840. LelTerta Councll-Bollera. 138: Van lUpir. 132; Jewell, 135; Smith, 18U; Taylor, 134. Total, 725. Thein'a 22(1 was the foaturo of last night's eamea In the Brooklyn National tournament. Tbo Atwoods won two games. The scores: rinax OAME. Night Owl Stnmpf, 203: Tollmen 120; Gutman, 1B4: FlPUry, 148: Urell, tsn. Total. 844. Belvldere Holler, 146; Uausc, 160; Lizlbln, 108 1 Fesslcr, 120; Thlclman. 217. Total, 71K). SECOXD OAUE. Belvldere Kofler. 180; Hause, 121: Lizlbln, 1H8; Ftlcr. 138; Thlelman, 156. ToU). 748. ' Atwood Hchrell, 142: Bailey, 131; Daley, 102; Uaegcle, 121); Tbeln, 172. Total. "00. Tnmn oaue. Atwood Scbrell, ml: Bailey, 142; Daley, 144; Usegele. 147: Tbcln. 22(1. Total. 820. Night Owl Stumwf, 140: Fullmer, 100; autman, 130; Floury, 10U; Urcll, 1U2. ToU), 771. Bowling Games To-Nlght. American National Tournament Fidelia, Morning aldn and Monarch, at tbo Germanla Assembly Itooma alleys. New York Royal Arcanum League Tournament Our Council, Knickerbocker Council and Irving Council, at the Tennis Club alleys. Vorkullo League Tournament West Harlem, Bel vldire and Oerell, at the Village Club alleys. United Bowling Clubs Tournament Downtown Section No. 1 Lamstadter, Auranlaand Boscdale, at tbo Arcade alleys. , Flro Insurance League Tournament Phenlx Fire Insurance Company, Lancasblro Flro Insurance Company and Germanla Fire Insurance Cumpsny, at lleid's alleya. Bank Clerks' League Tournament Seaboard Na tional Bank, Importers and Traders' National Bank and Ladcnbnrg. T halmann k Co., at Reld'a alleys, Brooklyn llnyal Arcanum Tournament Oxford Council, Fern Council and Kaat New York Council, at 'minora alleya. Carruthera National Tournament Echo, Ilelnecke and Albion, at tbe Klenbant Club alley. Grea'er New York Tournament Qui Vive. Univer sal and Arlington, at the Brooklyn l'alao alleya. Brooltltn Bjral Arcanum L'axuo Hub-Tournament Price Council. Brevoort Couprlland Phlladelpboa Council, at tbe Arlington Hall allejs. Casino Tournament Oriental, Ra Yens wood Boat Club and Cnlono, at Btrack'H alleya. Twtnty-aUth Ward Touniament Eclipse, Park way and Yellow Kid, nt Busch'a alleys. Suburban AtMsUc Club Lstgne Nwerk A. C. vs. fioutli O.ange F. C . at Newark A. O alleys. North Hudson County League Tournament Lex lnvton, Amrlcus and F.anklin.atGrath'a alleya. Central Now Jerry League New Jeraey A. C. M. Weatfleld A. C, at New Jersey A. C. alleys. Maher and McCoy Agree to Fight on Dec. 13. A meeting was hold yostordnynftornoon be tween tho ropresentatlvee of refer Maher nnd Kid McCoy for tho purposo of arrlvingat a defin ite conclusion regarding tlio proposed meeting betwoen tho two men. titrango to say, no money wns put up, although thoso interested premised to have their lucre ready. Tho meet ing was hold at Frank Moron's hotel. Hilly Oray acting for McCoy. Peter Maher for lilm solf nnd Al Brown for tho Greator Now York Club of Coney Island, being present. Frank Moran. stakeholder, and Pctor Loworlo, Matter's trainer, were also on hand. Tho club nskod for a postponement of thu contest from Deo. 5 to Dec. 12. Both boxers agreed to this. Brown after tho meeting said: "The Greater Now York Club has decided to pay off all outstanding obligations, nnd will Slvo S2.B00 to the counsel of Gun ltuhlln and harkey to-morrow morning. This is tho nmount duo to them. With this obstacle off our mind we will have clear sailing, and McCoy and Maher can bo assured that thero will bo nothing to preventthem from comingtogother. Tho reason wo asked for n postponement wns because tho date was too near the contest be tween Bharkey and Corbett." Gray said that the lighters and tho club would post all forfeits by to-morrow. Ho is convinced that tho mill will como off on tho date set. Maher has changed his training auarlnrs from HheoP8head Hay to West Chester, IluCoy is still at Asbury Park. Duke of York May See the America's Cup Races. Members of the Now York Yacht Club are much Interested In the report that tho Duke ot York might visit this country next October to witness tho races for the America's Cup. The Duke as well as his father, the l'rlnco of Wales, is n member of tho Itoyul Yacht Bauadron, and 1b nn enthusiastic yachtsman. lie Is said to have remarked to some of his Intimate friends that he would gladly accept an invitation to be present nt next year's racos. At the Madison avenue clubhouse yesterday no one could be found who could spenk ofllclally for the club, but sovoral Individual membnrs cxpresKnd thomselvos as being heartily In favor of for mally Inviting thu royal skipper to bo present. Knickerbocker A. C. Election, Jaroea K. Sullivan, who has been instrumental In bringlns.about tbe consolidation of tbe Knicker bocker A. C. and New Jersey A. C, was elected Presi dent of the former organization last night. There was no opposition ticket. Tbe following were elected: President James K. flullhan. Vlco-Presl-dent James 11. Sears. House Committee P. L. Arnold, . B. Whllson, Wendell C, Phillips, W, J, Patterson and Chandos Fulton. Billiard Committee A. B. Miller, F. A. Braunrls anil (irorge Hernuod. Howling Comtrlttee CUarl B. Young. J. F. Town ley and J. T, Headier, Jr. IS lUrtalnnieut Commit tee peter T, Austen, Bert M. Cols, Herbert C. Tuttle, L. W. Bond and II. I). Myota. Swimming Commit tee 1, r Graham, A. O. Blvnri snd W. 1,. Kereser. Gymiisslnui Committee J. 11. Yooum, J. T. Mahoney and W. M. Paterson. Shooting Committee Alfred Brennan. llexluald It. Rayre and A. M. Li-uierrlrr. llici i cle Committee J, L. Han c, B. E. Moran and O. II. Fletcher. . Homo for Model Ynihtsmeu at Prospect I'nrU. For nearly thirty years the model yachtsmen of Brooklyn bate failed races and held testa of their little craft on ltcserroir Lake, Prospect Park, When the "salt water" member of tbe American Model Yacht Club moved to South Brooklyn the remaining members, who had opjosed Ihelr moving, orgaulaod tbs Brooklyn Model Yacht Club and continued to use Iteservoir Lake. With a view tu ecurlua' an ap propriate home, a committee of tbe club waited on I'ark Commissioner Brovreron Saturday and aaked fur building fur tbe Brooklyn club's exclusive ue. Tha Commlaoloaer told lbs delegation that ho hail iirepartd plans rnrsuih a strnctuie aurlng his former enure of office, but could not and tbeia upon his present acci salon to omre. He promised to hae new plans made nu. and the bulldirg wUl bt ready for us at tbe f pruliu of jiaxt aeaaon. 0)i$ i$ mmly l! a resting place for European noon. I ties "en route" from the looms I . to wearers. Cbey stop here but I ,' a short time others tattc their 1 1 places. I ; Cbree or the latest arrivals in I Overcoatings. englisl) Uicuna (silver grey H t " eas$lmere6rey$ Browne shades),' J " eiyslan (rich Blue), $25 to $40. M t Burnbatn Pbillips 1; eHstom CailoVing Only. I ' Cetaple Court JIhhcx, 119 Hassan St. 1 Stultgarter Sanitary X''TZ7T I I Underwear, wH 1 I I i 2.50 Garment, LxCN W I I Real Value y- t3 I ' 8.00 Suit. V j A crent purchnso before the nctv tariff H ' enables ns tu sell nt this nrlce. ' H ' ROLLER POLO IX THIS CUT. "ttT? Banbury Defcntrd by Xetv York nt tho I Bt Grnnd Central Palace. I Thoro was aZcrowd at the opening curne ot I rolleKpolo at tho Grand Control JValaco last 1 H night. Every tent In tho largo hall was ocou- H I iled long boforo tho tlmo for tho gamo to begin. I H the Itolior Club of this city was pitted against 1 tlio Sanbury team of Connecticut. It was I expected that tho visitors, owing to their I knowledge of tho game, would be more than a II match for tho local players, but in this tha I crowd was ngroeably disappointed, as the I home club won by tho scoro ot 0 coals to '-'. H Thrco periods ot fifteen minutes each, with B flvo minute intermissions between etch H period, constituted tlio playing time. H Coyle. Banbury's first rush, cot tho ball I when play was called, and in four minutes I scored a coal. This was not an auspicious I I opening fcr Now York, but matters wero evjnrd I I up shortly bv Bcotleld getting tho ball In the JL 1 cage for tho local tenm. It took lilm just four iil minutes, too, and tho crowd cheerort lldlj. B I the first period was up before either Bide could u I score again. It wns on even tiling, so far, M. I and tho crowd eetlled down to enjoy tlio stme- JF. 1 cle. Kvervthlng went New York's nay in the MAV) second poriod. threo c wis being mnde by them fHr12V in succession, whllu Danbury was unnblo to Benjj scoro once. The scoro 'Jien stood 4 to 1 In fijf favor of New York. n ! Danbury went at it fiercely In the third ami laBt period to ovorcomo Now York's l"ad, and conslderablo rough playing was indulged in hr both sldos. After threo minutes ct plating Holdredgo put the ball In the cage for New York. Thirty seconds later Tlerney had scored for the visiters with an excellent drive straight scross the door intoINow York's cage. Danbury liUBtlod with all their might to score during the last few minutes of the game, and several times had thohall dangirouslv near New York's cage, but Berry's good pluylng kept them from scoring. The final score ivat New York, U; Danbury, 'J. Tho teams lined up as follows: Aew l'ork. JoliUont. Danbury. natbaway. Piratrush Coyls Bcofleld..,,. Beroud rush Tlerney Holdredge Centre I'erklm Malone Half back (Capt.) Paraoci Berry (Capt.) Goal ...Anderson Befcrre-O'BnlUvan. Hands Raw With Eczema Husband Had to Undress and 1 Dress Wife Like a Baby. I Doctors' Medicines Drove 1 Her Almost Crazy. I First Application CUTICURA .& Gives Perfect Ease in Five I Minutes, and a Night's L Sound Sleep. m My bands were completely covered with b Eczema, and between my fingers the bklu fl Jt was perfectly raw, I had to sit with both W hanilsiiehlup.andaiTayfromtbeflre. I could m get no ease night or day, I could not bear to get warm, t would put me In a rage of Itching. My husband had to dressandundress meliko a baby, Tlie best pbjslclaua' medicines paio me no relief, anil clrnte ino almost craty. 1 waaailtlseiltotryCUTicuna IICMWiw.anil H; dldso,altboiiRhmyhubandhad togotwent) Bi miles to get them, As soon as bo got back, I V used tbe CUTlODltA (ointment), andfre "'in W'-j utti after fheflrit application I teat tierrrtvj C taty,anillleptoundlu all that night. lalwaia mJ keep UOTlci'hA Heueihes Inmy house n"". JL' and recommend them to every bod) , because w of their wonderful effect. , AUXF.3 M. 1IARIUB, I'mh. V- ( M BraiDI Cvas Ttsaivm roa Tosnrl.a. Pi- rioisiao lluaoaa, nl)ilurllin- Wainibauia BTk 1 llh CiTicDaa Soar, reaU ai.oluvi. wlUi I rnciaa tMmVu (ululaili.ll. IM xn.lttlr cute, nll4 doses ol CPTlCisa MVI tHotrsr.rMalMoodpuriJ.i, ao41iuiDorturM. V (cUlhmirhgalthswnrU. forts; D.(! Cose , Ms Vl rt.t'9il,c JievtaCarta.fatylluiuM.'tiss.