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Tht otherS re Marcus Marki W IIMorgan
Morgan and Supt Ilradley of thel
l Itsllnt Mall Service neforni Slcatwe
I we Noon at Neiv Man OutlineWisinxoTON
WisinxoTON Nov 10 Wilbur F Wakemnn iman
mnn Secretary of the American ProtectiveTariff
Tariff League And former Appraiser of thePort
Port of New York U said to be one of theleading
leading candidate for Postmaster of NewYork
York city for which the list ot active aspirant
ant or receptive candidates la eald to include
clude Marcus Marks Acting PostmasterE
E M Morgan Supt Bradley of the railwaymail
mail service and John M Bishop DeputySurveyor
Surveyor of the portSome
Some time previous to and goon afterthe
the death of Postmaster Van Cott P Norton
ton ioddard was mentioned as a probnbillty
nbillty It is wiid now on high authoritythat
that apt Gddard has been ellmln ted
from the situation for the reason that hetvonlil
tvonlil not accept the place if it was tendered
ered him nnd further that he will not haveIIe
I lie refusal of it Mr Bishop is the latestcandidate
candidate to bn mentioned He Is a closepersonal
personal friend of President Rooseveltnml
and In the event of a lively fight for theplace
place might bo named as a compromiseA
Ai to Acting Postmaster Morgan tho conditions
ditions in the New York Post Office willbe
be used against his promotion even thoughhe
he may not be responsible for them andthey
they wll likely prove a great handicapThen
Then lIS a probability of course thatnone
none of those mentioned will be appointedThe
The vrihp of Republican in New Yorkorganizations
organizations must be consulted and BOfar
far it is understood no agreement hilayet
yet been reached as to who shall be indorsed
riond for the vacancy There were however
ever nome indication that it will be filledat
at an early date possibly within the nexttwi
twi HaysCoincident
Coincident with the swearing in of thenew
new Postmaster will be the adoption ofreform
reform measuifs in the administration ofthe
the New York PoU Office While none ofthe
the officials desires to make any statementfrhlch
frhlch would in any way reflect on the lateMr
Mr Ywi Colt they asRert that his chieffault
fault was in trusting too much to hU subordinates
Vsrlout complaint have been madegainst
gainst the postal service In New York cityand
and it Is the purpose of the Postmasterfieneral
General to give the new Postmaster everyaftsUtance
aftsUtance possible In Improving conditionTho
The changes to be made will be of an administrative
ministrative nature With few exceptionsthe
the personnel in satisfactory Only oneImportant
Important officer Is slated for a reductionHe
He Is A B Maze superintendent of deliverywho
who is to be superseded by Assistant Superintendent
intendent John W Tifdemann The changewill
will be made noon after the qualification ofthe
the new PoetmnBterThe
The new postmaster M New York wiltbe
be instructed at the outwt to reorganizethoroughly
thoroughly the delivery service GrossinequsJilie
inequsJilie arc complained of Judgingfrom
from reports made to the Department hererher
there appears to be no system In the grealerdty
city In the assignment of carriers SbmoMotions
Motions are abundantly supplied withcarriers
carriers while others are neglected Conditions
ditions at the Twentythird street station arenot
not to the liking of the authorities hereComplaint
Complaint is made that the force there isInadequate
Inadequate This will be remedied In thenear
near futureOneo
One move Is ront mplalrd which willundoubtedly
undoubtedly be followed by a general protest
test from New York Fourth AssistantBristow IBrbtow
Bristow who has jurisdiction over the freedelivery
delivery service says that the residentFactions
Factions of New York enjoy more collectionand
and deliveries than is coa lntent with goodefrviee
efrviee He reports that the net iwult ofruch
ruth A system works to the disadvantageof
of the busings districts Most of therrfldent
rrfldent districts of New York now enjoyFevpn
Fevpn deliveries a day Thin is too manyIn
In the opinion of tho Fourth AssistantHe
He says the system should bo changedo
o u to give thn business section morecollections
collections and deliveries and reduce thenumber
number in purely resident sections Thisrendition
rendition of affairs is said to apply to manyth
ether dues besides New York The indication
lions ore that H general investigation willb
b set on foot and A uniform rule adoptedcovcrning
covcrning riplirlrlAf and collections in thent
rsldnt and business sections of the largerriii
The officials reiterate the statementmad
mad some days ego that an Investigationff
ff the New York Post Office is not contemplated
We know all we want to know aboutthat
that office said one of them today Thervic
> rvic in New York needs Improvementn
5n4 improvement will come under the newi
i YH RI 1 froDEtt SAID RIG corlltllr
lltllr Man NllhKleetrlcal Jag WorkedNnmr
Nnmr Sort of llu Ilttu on film1oliceman
1oliceman Carl Neilson of the Tenderloinnation
nation U 0 feet tall and built In proper t
tion Ho was standing at Twentysecondstroet
stroet and Broadway last night at 10 oclockhn
hn a little man ran by shouting
hey youl Cut that out commandedth
the cop
The little man turned and stoppedfor
ow dont get gay with me he saidfnr
for Jm the beet little man you evertacklni
tacklni Im an electrician and Ive gotsn
sn electrical jag on Im 11 whole automobile
bile in myself thats what I amWith
Wit that the cop grabbed him Atthe
the same time the little man got some kindof
of a jlu jttsu hold on the cop and Neilsonturned
turned a somersault and lande head frt
In the street T big policeman hadabout
about on exciting a time for the next fifteenminutea
mlnute u he ever bed He got far theworst
worst of tho bout but strength finally
told Neilson managed to get hi opponentBrawled
Brawled out and then sat on him Thelittle
little man at last announced tfcat he wastly
exhausted and agreed to go qufetly to thet
ttlon houseThere
There he told the sergeant he was Harry
gran a electrician living at 12 WestYoure
oent Street iie was locked up
Your wonder remarked Neilson asM
M led the prisoner t a cellOffV
The Pmldent Gives a Dinner In HU Honorat
at tbe White HomeWisniNoioK
WisniNoioK NOT lOJohn Morley
the English statesman and author arrived
rived In Washington this afternoon andill
ill b a guest at the Whit Houseor
for two days The President gave a dinnerin
in his honor this evening and a numberr
ef persons will be invited to meet Mr Morley
at another dinner tomorrow night The5WU
I 5WU tonight will h Secretary of Btatflrur
rur Ser ° f War Taft Attorney
0nertl Moody Mr Justice White MrJ
ustire IHolm and 111 Justice Day orSupreme
1 J l D BUbop 8 ate Supreme Court anda
1 tl
ShowIng How a Cotton King Pro Ten
Lhe while lie UmThe
The furnishings of the apartments ofDaniel
Daniel J Sully the excotton king In theational
National Bank of North America buildingwere
were sold at auction yesterday In bankruptoy
ruptoy proceedings for 7900 which isperiutps
perhaps onehalf the origins cost Bctldcthe
the office room proper In the apartmentthere
there were also a dining room 1 bedroom
a kitchen aud a bathroom all completelyfurnished
The articles disposed of ranged frommgnificent Imagnificent
magnificent Turkish rug which brouglnI3Z8
I3Z8 to calendars which brought a fewcents
cent and included the great safe inwbih
which Sullys enormous profits were neveiheaped
heaped tip The sate brought 115 Therwere <
were mahogany beds and bureaus ancmahogany
mahogany sideboards dining tables oblmclosete
closete and chairs a well a hundreds olpieces
pieces of silver plate and Limoges dlnneichina
china and table linen or the finest textureincluding
including 144 assorted doylies In thewine
wine closet there were wines of variouikinds
kinds including Rhine champagne and sauterne
terne a well as liquors and canned goodsAll
All of the wines were disposed of readllby
by the bottleThe
The businesslike auctioneers IncludedIn
In the sale the quotation board which usedto
to bear witness to Mr Sullys manipulativepowers
powers a well as the private telephonebooths
booths and telephone apparatus by meantof
of whoh weighty secrets moving the market
ket up or down were conveyed t favoredcustomers
customers It was noticed that amongthe
the objets dart of the apartment therefigured
figured many a bull but never a bear Onebronze
bronze bull bore a car which readFrom
From a young New Orleans bull to thebiggest
biggest bull In the whole pasture I
brought 512 Some twenty women were atthe
the saleFIXED
Professional Beggar Moil Appear In Courti
i Every Day for Two Yean ana a HalfPolice
Police Judge Sweeney of Newark whohas
has ways of his ow disposed last nightof
of the case of the Mrs Beula MoCartonalleged
alleged to be a professional beggar and amember
member of a family of professionals whohave
have been imposing upon clergymen In theEast
East for a number of yearsThe
The woman is M years old and has bothered
aced the Rev Louis Shreve Osborne ofTrinity
Trinity Church Newark for several
eark levpral yearsHe
He finally made a complaint against herand
and wan seconded by the Rev Robert ScottIngltfu
Ingltfu of the Third Presbyterian Churchof
of Newark and Arthur W McDougall ofthe
the Bureau of Associated Charities r
McCarton was arrested and came beforeJudge
Judge Sweeney last night for examinationHe
He has a peculiar way of handling suchcases
cases I is experimental and has not rosuIt
suIt satisfactorily so far He allowed MrsMcCarton
McCarton to go at large under a sentenceto
to pay into the court a fine of 10 cents perday
day for two and a halt years Mrs Mca
ton II expected to odmo around every dyad
and pay up the 10 cents no matter howshe
she get it1 She is expected t confineherself
herself to tr Jurisdiction 701 the courtsOthers
Others who have been penalized Itt
same ittiriherat he hit of lOcent a Vwekhave
have disappeared or have been picked uptor
for other offences and are jn jail at presentELIZABETH
Widow Ar the Late President Makes Expence
pence Report Cur
INDIANAPOLIS Nov 10Mrs Mary LordHarrison
Harrison widow of the late PresidentHarrison
Harrison and guardian of their sixyearolddaughter
daughter Elizabeth filed her report asguardian
guardian in the Probate Court todayThe
The report covers a period of two yearsand
and I made in Mrs Harrison handwritingShe
She sets out the fact that Ellubeth hashad
had four maids in the two years two ofthem
them French and the amount paid to eachIn
II given The reasons for the frequentchanges
changes are not givenThe
The report says that Miss Fllrabeth madea
a tour of Europe last year and the bills ofeach
each of the places she visited includingcities
cities in Germany France England andother
other countries nrn given in detail Awell
well an those incurred nl places of note inthe
the United States which she also visitedThe
The total expenditure for the two years onfor
for account are given as l41tMrs
Mrs Harrison note that Kllratath II
taking physical culture and that the billfor
for the same is 18 The Income of thschild
child during the two years was double theamount
amount expended while the sales oft
Itoband other property belonging toher
her netted about UOIU
And Hard Around Cape flatIron withPolice
Police In Her WakeThat
That ill Flatiron wind tried to blow oneIroman
woman good yesterday It blew her goodnd
and hard and blew her out of the graspf
ot Central Office Detectives Rein andlecVer
Becker who were escorting her to a Broadway
way car not with any chivalrous purposeo
to shield her from the gaze of the Flatironallery
gallery gods but because she had beenaught
caught In a Twentythird street store wiha
a 1 fur boa which she was accused ofailing
ailing to pay for Her name Is Marylaas
laas She blew or was blown cleanround
round the Flatiron building Going beforehe
the wind the detective couldnot keep uphe
the pace They had no balloon jib tololst
out of the helpful breezeitary
holt But once ot brezeMary
Mary won quickly caught In Jeffersonlarket
Market she was held for examinationCONFERENCE
President Hat a Talk With the AttorneyGeneral
General and Commtmoner OarfleldWiBHiKOTOK
WiBHiKOTOK Nov 10 AttorneyGeneraloody
Moody and Commissioner of Corporationslarfleld
Garfield had a conference with the Preslent
dent today in regard to the Investigationhlch
which has been going jon to determinenether
whether the socalled oeef trust has 0
hated the injunction issued against it lastrear
Ite United States Circuit Courtsothlnic
rear by the 8te Crt Cur
sothlnic wu given out as to what tookilaoe
ilaoe at the oternc but It f believedhat
hat the President will make some comnent
meat on the beef trust mater i his annualnessag
message to CongreWhether
Whether o not it has been preyed byhe
the agent of the Department of Comnerc
mere asnt Labor and th Department offustic
Lbo a
JuUc that the beef packers are riolatlngha
the court Injunction cannot b learnedlUthoritaUrely
authoritatively although it is known thati
autbortUnr evidence points In that direction
ection t probable that th conclusionIthln
r the InreetljstIon will b nnounttwihin
within a short laIPECIL
U ninetIes Saturdar Xovembjr 1 IAIVfl I
w rrnrrl S via rcnnirKanla fUlircm Io7asd
iid nll A 1 flesbroam and Cortlandt Sirt J
ni a 12 1130 A RnuTnr close 4laJ
Men Lifted Heavy Cab and Vlotlni VtsTaken
Taken From Coder Wheeli UlsdStreet ontreetCops
Street Cops Have Hard Fight WitCrowd I
Crowd Who Are Rlr and Mrs SolliA
A woman was knocked down and ruiover
over by an electric hansom cab atTwentyninth
ninth at tan Seventh avenue last nlghlat
at 730 oclock Her body a pinned b
neaththe mon and dragged some feelbefore
before the cab was brought to a atop Aman
man and a Woman hi the cab jumped outwhen
when the automobile was stoppedandran
ran through Twentyninth street towardBroadway
Seeing that he had run down a womanthe
the driver of the machine left bllandprntod seatand
and sprinted Policeman OConnor whowitnessed
witnessed the accident chased thaneeing
lag driver and caught him aftera run oftwo
two blocksA
A big crowd quickly gathered andstrongmen
men tilted the hansom HO that the unconscious
scions woman could b lifted to the Ide
walk An ambulance warn summoned fromthe
the New York Hospital and Dr Burdlckwas
was soon working over the wpman Despite
spite his efforts she died uvhalf an hourBy
By this tie an enormous crowd badgathered
gathered in the street Their attentionhad
had at first been centred on the unconsciouswoman
woman but when Dr Burdlck steppedback
back and said she was dead the mob madea
a rush for the driver who was being heldby
by Policeman OConnor Cries of Lynchhtml
html and Get a rope were heard andthe
the crowd surged about the policeman andhis
h prisonerThe
The mob 1 so great that traffic onSeventh
Seventh avenue l blocked OConnordrew
drew his night stick and beating a lanethrough
through the frantic mass of men be madebis
te maehil
his way to the west side of tbe avenue andbacking
backing the driver against a brick wallfought
fought back thos who were pronging forward
ward intent on injuring the prisoner Timarrival
wa Injurng tl1eproner
arrival of four cops from adjacent pestschecked
checked the onslaught The five polo
men managed t get through the crowdand
and took the driver to the W st Thirtyseventh
seventh street stationThe
The prisoner said that he was William Vanderhnyden
derhnyden eyears oldof 170Academy streetJersey
Jersey City He said that he worked for theNew
New York Electric Transportation Company
pany Yanderbeyden was naked who tbecouple
couple in the cab were He didnt knowhe
he said but produced an order blank whichshowed
showed that be had been sent to the Barnardapartment
apartment house Seventyfirst street andCentral
Central Park Wet t take a party t theCafo
Cafo Martin At the Barnard it wan Midthat
that no electric hansom had lef the placebefore
before 8 oclockThe
The woman who 1 kilted appeared t
hare bean about a ear 018 wasi
i feet f inche in height cad weighed ta
pound Her hladr blaoliShtV
ShtV drowedtn aWrtUBrtblackjacket
SewdrI fray i t lkJak
jacket oOh tM neja bornopdkiXhtfr
htfr and her body was taketi to tbrVfaftlThirtyseventh
Thirtyseventh fled street station as unldntlfled
fledPoliceman j
Policeman OConnor whowitnessed theaccident
accident Bays the wotnn was going wrist
through Twentyninth street and becamebewildered
bewildered when th automobile cametoward
toward her OConnor however declaresthat
that the driver didnt sound a warning bellI
Later the driver was released on ballHe
He exhibited an orderblank for the unfortunate
fortunate trip directing him to go to theBarnard
forunt dlrtnl IO teBrr
Barnard to pick up Mr Cash This i
the form used when the name of the partycalling
calling a vehicle is unknown and the fareis
Is to be paid to the driverThe
The police of the West Thirtyseventhstreet
street station said last night that the manwho
who hired the cab was a Mr J N Soilswho
who lives at the WaldorfAstoria ThereIs
Is a guest of that name at the hotel Rewas
was called up on the telephone and somebody
body who replied and said he 1 MrSoils
Soils admitted that he had been In the cabwhich
which ran over the woman He said hehad
had been accompanied by a friendHURT
Policemans Note Broken Careleti TrackDriver
Driver Blamed for lllthapWhile
While trying to stop a runaway horseattached
attached to a runabout at IMth street andPark
Park avenue yesterday afternoon Policeman
man Matthew Monaghan of the East 121thstreet
street station had his nose broken andWAS
WAS so badly bruised about the body thatho
ho will not he able to do duty for ITPrlwek
Mrs Samuel Levy of 20S4 Lexingtonavenue
avenue and her sixyearold son weredriving
driving cast through 12tth street when atruck
truck driven by Michael Reilly of 67 Madisonavenue
coming in the opposite direction
avenue was cmng oplto dlr
tion Mrs Levy said that the man waslighting
lighting his pipe and the reins of his horsewere
were dangling loosely so that she had todrive
drive up on the curb to keep from beingrun
run down The pole of the truck struckher
her buggy and the horse ran awayMonaghan
Monaghan was standing near the cornerof
of 124th street and Park avenue when thehorse
horse came along Mrs Levy was holdingthe
the reins she had not lost her head but thehorse
horse was unmanageable Monaghanjumped
jumped to the middle of the street andwaited
jump the runaway He caught thebridle
bridle and the horse dragged him alonguntil
until they got to th middle of the blockbetween
between Park and Lexington avenueswerve
when a grocery wagon made the animalswerve
swerve to one aideThe
The shafts of the wagon struck the copn
In the back and he was thrown to the curbrhe
The runaway horse was stopped a momentifter
after Monaghan was taken home In a
ambulance Polloeman Brown who witnessed
nessed the accident arrested Reilly thedriver
driver of the truck which had caused thnunaway
lie Promise a Committee That He WillVlilt
visit tbe Pair Will Start Nov JUWASHINGTON
volt this afternoon promised a committeeepresentlng
representing the management of the Btjouls
Louis exposition that be would rlsit thefair
air before it closes on D 1 H e hashitherto
hitherto declined to make the trip for thelame
lame reason that b has den ailpublicinvitations
invitations during the Presidential camxist
aign but now that that tesion no Ic
plg he will spend one day at the fairI
He will len her probably ThanksgivingIght
night Nor 24 arriving In St Louis Fridayvenlng
evening and rna Saturday at thexposluon
exposition He ray probably spendSunday
dy quietly In St Louis also 8 he dowot
not care to travel that day and will leavsrlyMondsy
early Monday morning for WashingtonBrown
Tbempes SUItl WllkM
M Brown Cfc p ttoUM Its tbs betlA4r
Start for New r to Bctfa the BearKtnlxatlon
Ktnlxatlon of the DemocratADODBTA
ADODBTA Ga Nov 10 Thomas EWaUon
WaUon candidate of the Populist partfor
for the Presidency came to Augusta thismorning
morning from h home at Thomson andleft
left early in the afternoon for New Yorkwhere
where he goes to confer with radical Democratic
critic Socialist Populist and Labor leadenconcerning
concerning either the launching of a iiewparty
party in this country or to lay plans forthe
the capture of what it left of the Democratic
cratic that they can reorganizeit
oaUo party so teT rrgnlreIt
it to suit the extreme view that they holdHoarst
Her 1 the I4der or the movement
so rat I the Eajt is concerned and wt
IOn appear to be about the whole mOTemat
mat ppar South Watson said todayin
in regard to the denial 0 Bryan am to hisparticipation
participation in the new movement thatit
I was Dover Intended that Bryan Ihoui
bepresent at the first council of the newparty
party or the revamping o the old on
Watson 1 out and out for a new partyondj
ondj sincere i the belief that there isa
a revolution coming in the politics of thacountry
country and that IB 1 the man to lead i
out nothing further of hisplans
He would give out furer o hL
plans today than that the conference hewas
was going to Now York to attend was ofa
a political nature that i meant an ecnomlo
nomlo revolution that prominent menwould
would take par in the meeting and thatthe
the plans would first b given out by himself
of hb followers
self ata great meeting ht Populist
lowers to b held at hU home In ThomsonGa
Senator Ambler BeUetw Work MouldStop
Stop IntU That Quesllon It SettledCHATITAU
CHATITAU N Y Nov ioSenator HenryR
R Ambler chairman of the legislativecommittee
committee of the State Grange issuetomorrow
tomorrow a letter to the master of eachsubordinate
subordinate grange in this State askingthat
that a petition slgued fay members of bitgrange
grange be forwarded at once to the CanalBoard
Board of the Btt of New York requestingthat
that board not to incur any more expenditure
ture at least not to let any more contractfor
for work on the barge canal until suohtime
time as the Legislature shall convene andhave
have time t give the matter due consideration
eration and determine whether it willrepeal
repeal the act or resubmit the questionto
to peopleIn
In the letter Senator Ambler says thatIf
If the barge canal beT U carried outthe
the expenditure of 101000000 as nowcontemplated
contemplated will not suffice but that itwill
will require at least 300000000 SenatorAmbler
Ambler cites the Capitol at Albany A anInstance
Instance where the estimated coat wasbut
4000000 but th actual cost ban beenupward
upward of 22000000Senator
upwar t2OO
Senator Ambler believes that voters inthe
the larger cities did not have a fair knowledge
and tberulb
edge of the condition existing ad
result that tbe construction of the canalwould
would produce UAt if the canal is constructed
sthi pro not only bur t agriH
coll4I cutelbe ab
OI rt tlbt
b4e i lh1T
Re 1T that since tlw people havemore
gv jnoroUvJUjM to W subject jirthiqueatibn
t submitted tot1t Volth
queatibn were stilts illtto oll
th ferdlrt iriiaid b vastly different fromwhat
what it u In 1803 and he levN thequestion
should he reeubmltfod berorefurther
question r blfe bt Trurhf
road SenatorAmbler
further exp dltr r rP Se
Ambler would favor a national waterwaybetween
between the Great Itke and the sea but itshould
should be built and carried on by the nitkmal
tkmal Ooverhment and not by New YorkSlat
Arranging to Com to TWt T wn to Prartla
tilt LawJudge
Judge Parker came down from Fsopusyesterday
yesterday afternoon on private businessHe
He will remain in New York until tonlgbtas
as the guest of a friend Some of the ferryhands
hands recognized him as he crossed fromWeehawlton
Weehawlton to West Fortysecond rtreetand
and told him they were sorry he didntwin
win but the defeated candidate for President
dent attracted little other attention Reboarded
boarded a crosstown car aloneJudge
bare Parker is not talking politics lieis
Is paying attention to his somewhat neglected
heeled farm and to his plan for cominghere
here to practise law He nays that theaoplans
plans are as yet Indefinite but It waa raidyesterday
yesterday that be will join De L ncey Kieollwho
who Is an old friend and wa one of hiswarmest
warmest supporters in the late campaignThe
warC upprter
The Judge thinks o taking a vacttiontrip
trip before he settles down to work hutitwill
It will IJ more on Mr Parker accountthan
than his ow for he shows no sign offatigue
fatigue His face la a ruddy and his stepas
I light as when he negan the disastrousrontest
hint Wont Porepaat Who Will Be CtioirnUnited
United State SenatorGovernorChairman
GovernorChairman Odell went back tofewburgh
fewburgh yesterday afternoon Before heleft
left the oily ho said that there seemed to bean
an impression abroad that he might become
come a candidate to succeed Chauncey MJepew
Jepew in the United States SenateThere
There II nothing In that report heaid
aid J has cropped out more than onceif
or late but I want to say now that I havetever
never had the least Intention of puttingnyself
myself forward I a candidate for thowhen
when Mr Odell was asked if he thoughtMr
Mr Depew would be chosen to succeedilraself
himself or that Frank Black might be needed
eded to follow Mr Depew the GovernorChairman
Chairman had no more information t glvolUt
out I cannot forecast what action theglslature
LlalAtu may take he remarked as heturned
turned abruptly awayR111ERY
Hot Fight far Election to Conned BMUltsIn
In Three ArrrittASBDRT
ASBDRT PanE N J Nov 10Two reputable
table merchant were Arrested this afternoon
noon charged with bribery at the pollsIther
Other warrant are said to bo outT
T Frank Appleby and Dr Thomas Hratt
Pratt fought desperately for election toh
tbe Council from tha Second Ward Thettle
battle stirred Atbury Pak to the centret
I resulted in a victory for Appleby by aarrow
arrow margin NI Titus a well knowneal
real estate agent was flrat rounded up on ahirga
hirga of bribery to the IntereetB of Prattodaj
Today theiPrtktt men retorted tJtea
rest or Auguttu II Treat and CFeorge Wt
Treat Jr wholesale grocers They r
chargedWtb b ItbYvt
Alf Jir waived nab were hMKt
tq aw ltthaloD of he Orn JurKet
Kt t FIfty Testcut
cut aaolhfr lUpodtlontqotJ 1 1 Lout N irraB
ID noll rptHlqut rtub I I b thawall
wall Sore at nl or New York CmtnJ tMMur
Our ttekit ar ustrill ttT > fall psrtc1sL4sa
a r
Late Returns Wip Out Indications difRepublican
Republican Snooedi Vote of tie SlatMay
May Bo Split on Congress Vote theRepubilcins
Rfpabilcani Are About a 000 AheatBAIIIUOIIX
BAIIIUOIIX NOT 10 Republican leaderare i
are much concerned over the report thatthe
the scajot majority for Roosevelt in UnState
State may be Wiped out altogether Atflnt
first i looked S it Parker had been beatenby
by from 1500 to 2000 butS the rturnlam
came 1 from the lower counties this wasreduced
reduced materially until this afternoonwhen
when it was aald t be lew than 100 Thisevening
evening the official vote of Anne Arundelbowed
bowed another cut of is Talbot reducedit
i S more and a missing precinct for Baltimore
tore county in which the judges baddisagreed
disagreed added W more uo thai at lastacoounU
accounts the Democrats were in the leadCollector
Collector Stone openly expressed theopinion
opinion this evening that the returns werebeing
being doctored and authorimd the statement
met that he knew of many ballots thathad
had been rejected In the counties whichbould
should have been counted I said hethe
the official vote does ndt return Marylanda
u Republican we propone to appeal tothe
the courts and make a fight to have everyballot
ballot b in the State openedChairman
Chairman Yandever of the Democraticcommltte
committee Invlst the official count willshow
show a Democratic majority and he deniM
ales the charge of unfairness As a tlt
ter of fact said he the Congress candidates
didates on the Republican ticket paid noattention
attention t the head otthe ticket andlooked
looked out for themselvesThis
This II undoubtedly true as the Congressvote
vote runs nearly 6000 ahead of the Presidential
dential vote in the StateThe
The official OVa of the vote in theThird
Third district developed an unexpectedcondition
condition o affairs O the ballot tb
names of Presidential candidates
De 0 Preldntal cnddatM app
with the names o the electors followingthem
them Voters could either place theirmarks
marks directly opposite the candidatesor
or vote for the electors separately Quitoanumberseemed
a numb me b under the impreaaionthat
that a vote for the first elector carried allthe
the rest In this way Bonaparte the firstelector
elector in tbe Republican list and Brownthe
the frt Democratic elector ra ta aheadof
o their ticket Not only that but Brownran
ran ahead of of the
ahe many Republicanelectors
In the Third district which I carriedby
by tho Republicans Brown U ahead of allthe
the 4Repubican eWoni but Bonaparteand
and it tMt that in Baltimore cityaoD
Jon he will have a majority of tQ ManyT0t8difw
T0t8difw f a aparalel nI1 cansJUlurrxs
BelUINrOQvdUp t niWnJghfrtonightwMh
wMh d at > Btinitorbo heard fromshow
show a total otIO troies oast throughoutthe
the State for MK fiohapart the leading
Republican J MWenUa electbr and 108185for
for exOQVBrown the leading Presidentialelector
elector on the Democratic ticketAs
As Mr Bonaparte runs tar ahead of theother
other Republican electors no two of whomrun
run evenly it show that there will probably
be one Democratic elector from Mary
land in the Electoral College As Brownalso
also runt ahead of his colleagues it willrequire
require the official count to show whetherhi
ha will have any Democratic companyADAMS
Democrat Apparently Cboicn Corrrnor
by a Small PlnralliyDRNTKR
DRNTKR Col Nov 10 Returns nowindicate
indicate that Alva Adams will succeedJBDIM
James H Peabody as Governor In all probability
ability Peabody will come to Denver witha
a plurality of 30 at the outside whichwill
will not b enough to overcome Adamsslead
lead of between 8000 and flOOO in DenverThe
The Republicans still insist that whenthe
the last official count is in Peabody andnot
not Adam will b returned the victorTheybase
Theybase this statement on the hope thatIbe
tb large ache vote throughout theState
State still to be counted will show up InPeabodys
Peabodys favorTha
The vote In Colorado this year was arecord
record breaker I it was in other sectionsof
of the country The total this year isestimated
estimated at 185000 A against 178000 in
1001 Democrats are now claiming theflection
election of Shaf roth Congressman at largebut
but returns are not complete enough toihow
show the defeat of BrookiThe
The Republicans r preparing a contestDT
over the Governorship charging that b
tween 8000 and 10000 fraudulent voteirere
were cast In DenverOR
Republicans Who Hope to Succeed CorkrHl
rHl Medrtngrtanj Talked OfST
ST Loins Nov 10The Republicansf
ot St Louis are about as jubilant overhe
he opportunity to select a Republicantaitcd
United States Senator for Missouri as
Unite State 8alor Mluur overhe
the other victoriesMany
Many are talking of C P Walbrldgele
He Is strong in St Louis but out in theitate
Slate particularly in Kansas Olty ThomasI
K Nledringhaui the successful Statehalrman4
halrman4 is urged for the Senate and heho
has a strong following n O kerenswho
who is now In St Louis is also mentionedare
dozen othersMr
sg are a dozn olber
Mr Niedringhnus organized bis camifgn
psign headquarters along the lines followedy
by George B Cortelyou at national headquarters
quarters He predicted Republican success
cess at all times Even his own subordilates
lates thought him over sanguine Mriiedringhaus
iiedringhaus Is a comparatively youngn
man He Is about O His father Fredrick
stick O Niedringhaus served one terraD
In < Congress from the Heventh dittrictlft
nft years agoHarry
Harry M Coudrty will contest the elf
tin of Ernest E Wood the Butler candidatefhom
whom the returns give a majority of about
1700 for Congress from the Twelfth districtFAST
Train Ooni ill MUss From Untbu
ts AltMM fn m MteateaPiniBuno
PiniBuno Pa Nov 10A fast nvlltain
train on the Penmylranla Railroad comiat
plated a record nn today over the middleBvlsSon
dIvision The engineer took advantageif
of the Ionic stretches of level straight trackwtwttn
between Harrisburg and AHoona TheIlstanoa
btwn Harsbl
distance 13 miles was covered In a littleM
lees than 1M minutfiBBmraorts
Bmraorts KxUsrt ci TsaIllsI
I lbs I Iradrr all thi worti over IM no olhtrAH I
Scuds Ills Picture t the Young Woman Wlionetnibrd
Rebuked HobtoiuIwcriNiPOUH
IwcriNiPOUH Nov 10 When CaptRichmond
Richmond ColumbiaCity
P Holxon spoke at
City in the closing day of the campaignhe
he was r severe In his criticisms ofPresident
President Roosevelt declaring among otherthing
thing that tbe President W tyrannicaland
and tint h purpose ultimately won to setup Iup
up a dictatorship In thIs countryWhen
When he had finished speaking a crowdof
of Democrat gathered around him andwere
were congratulating him on his speechA
A youug woman pushed her way throughtbe
tbe crowd but when Capt Hobson extended
tended hU hand she did not take it Instead
stead gha declared that she did not believeone
one word that he had said about the President
dent and that he ought not to make HUchassertiorm
The young woman was Miss Ida Galbretha
a teacher in the public schools of ColumbiaCity
City Today she received a letter fromPresident
President Roosevelt which readWlSIIINOTON
Mr DUI Miss OAUHICTU Will you kliittlrallow
allow nir as a token of my appreciationto
to enclose my photograph Hlncerely yoursTHkUDORK
President Illpley < si Rockefeller and Stillman
man Have lloncli 3JOOoMH wortliIxjs
Los ANQKLES Cl Nov 10 PresidentE
E P Rlpley of the Santa Fe railway syntem
tem said today that it was a fact that JohnD
D Rockefeller and James Stillman president
dent of the National City Bank of New Yorkhad
had purchased 23000000 in Santa F4 stockMr
Mr Ripley said that he did not know whetherthis
this indicated that E H Harriman wouldbe
be interested in the ownership of the SantaF4
F4 or not although the fact that these menhad
had been acting concertedly in several largodeals
deals recently would seem to lend somecolor
color to the statement He believed however
ever that Meagre Rockefeller and Stillmanhad
had bought the stock nc an InvestmentCVHA
Budget for tbe Fiscal Year of lOflk ShovtiProfit
Profit of BOODOOSftcM
SftcM Cable Dnpack to TUB SONHAVANA
HAVANA Nov 10The budget for thefiscal
fiscal year of 1005 has been prepared Itshowe
shows total expenditures of 10138102 andreceipts
receipts 18699050 leaving a surplus ofset7lJS
set7lJS The estimated receipts are a
follows From customs 17802000 consular
sular fees 20000 communication s40
Internal revenue 1563000 State dues fromproperties
properties 2572SO and sundries 202000The ITle
The expenditures are stated thus Ministryof
of State and Justice 473488 Government
met 099214 Finance 2253003 PublicInstruction
Instruction 3001693 Public Works V
813854 Agriculture and Industry 262347Judiciary
Judiciary 1765813end Executive C8380PTXERO
Calls on the Police Suppress Doll IncidentWhich
Which tot Him 18ep
apitiilCMt Detpattn la TBC SelfIOXDON
IOXDON Nov 10W T kBtead I theRtrieti
Renew of Reiltvt attacks Thp WifWithout
Without a Smlla tho recent ploy of ArthurWing
Wing Pinaro Ho demands that the policesupproes
supproes the doll that is used in the piece alan
an outrage on public decencyMr
Mr Stead acknowledges that tho playmade
made him laugh but says that after twohours
hours of troubled sleep he arose at 4 oclockIn
In the morning to write o condemnatorynotice
notice of ItCLEVELAND
Te Party of Three flag Sixteen niritf anilSeven
Seven RabbitsPRINCETON
PRINCETON N 1 Nov 10 GroverIev
Cleveland went hunting today with Docrieet
Priest and Farmer W H McFa rland Theyisited
visited the hunting grounds of Rocky Hillluring
luring the morning they seemed tomake
make no Impression on the birds andibbits
rabbits so about noon adjourned to Farmer iler
mer McFarlands house where they had alight
light lunchAfter
After the meal another raid was made onhe
the hunting preserves and when Mr Cleveland
land called tho expedition off on accountif
of fatigue at 4 oclock the sum total of tholays
lays shooting was sixteen birds and sevenibbit
rabbits On the way back from RockyIlll
Illl one of Mr Clevelands hounds wandered
iered away and it was nearly an hour betfore
fore It ml found Mr Cleveland umlletli
I he declined to reveal what was his shareif
or the bagL4
Rush for Qnarletf Neat In the mate
Babcocks Election In DoubtMnWAttRRE
MnWAttRRE Win Nov 10Now that itIRS
hal been settled that Gov La Follntte controls
trols both houses of the legislature thncrumble
crumble for Senator J V Qtiarleas lath
las begun W D Connor Ln Follpttenitate
State chairman is the latest candidateind
and IA Follette li said to favor him Othernuentioned
mentioned are Congressman I A Cooperfudge
fudge C H Webb W D Hoard Isaacitephenaon
Stephenson and Irving I enrootSupporters
Supporters of L Follette say that Congrrssman
grrssman Babcock hal been lx nten andhat
hat Herman Grotophorst the Democraticlomlnee
nominee has been elected I is assertedhat
hat with five precincts still to hear fromiabcock
Babcock has a plurality of only 12 votesAt
At the Stalwart State headquarters I Islenled
denied that Babcock is beaten SecretoryJenlly
the district host been canvassednrt
Jenlly says hal bn cnmJdand
and Babcock has 218 plurality1IGOIXS
lie Will Be In Albany Next Week to SecureData
Data on Which to Haie 1
AltUNT Nov 10 Governorelect FrankVayland
Vayland Higgins will U In Albany next weeknd
and arrange to secure data upon which toiae
base hU annual message which will be submitted
mlte to the Legislature when It oonvonwn
on Wednesday Jan 4 As the let of Januaryexl
next year tall on Sunday Governorelectllggias
Higgins will swear in before the Secretary ofitate
Stats on Saturday Dec 31 and the inauguration
raton ceremonies will take place In the Al
embly chamber at noon on Monday Jan 2Governorelect
Governorelect Higgins will have the ap
lointment to some good offices during hil
cnn The State Superintendent of PublicVnrlu
Vnrlu gets a salary of 6000 and 15 IH
annuallyforexpenscs This officerloldn
hold during the len the Governorppolntlng
appointing him and until his SUCCORS UKmftnnedby
confirmed by lie Stato Sena toThe
The Superintendent of Public Work
rill have some charge of awarding oontrnctHind
under the 101000000 barge canal Improvonent
meat It i not believed by some Republicans
cans that the Legislature darn qupftionh
tbf Tote of the Ljelatul favor of thisuestion
question by deiaylng the beginning of therork
work through the Legislature passing nIH
bill resubmitting tho question to a vote ofhe
thE people at next falls election thoughature
there hM been Iole tAlk of holding A the
election In thoearlyepringbetorethe LegiutIsture I
ature Jou t LcH
London Iran That M Cambon Has Returned
turned to Part for a Conferenee OnrGovernment
Government Not Asked to InterfenaTUB
TUB Prraldrfitc Hope for Teacvspecial 1peaa1
special Cable DtP htl Tm s
Ixv ON Nov 11The Paris correspondent
gpondent of the Morning Pott soy that it Unimored
rumored in political circles that the Fo
edge Onioe 1 considering the presentationof
of on AngloFrench note to RaSa
Japan on the subject of mediationM
h Cainbon the French Ambassador 16Great 4Great
Great Britain is now in Paris He statesthat
that Foreign Minister Dclcoaee1ummoned
him from London for a conferenceTho
Thin war news in th mom newt Jppr f
papers II flanked by considerablepeace
peace talk Much space 1s also devotedto
to the debate In the French Chamberof t
of Deputies on the AngloFrench treatywhich
which Foreign Minister Dec supportedin IIn
in an able speech which practically insure1the
the ratification of Ibo treaty at the nextsession i
session of the Chamber Washington and1s j f
Paris tend rumors of AtnericanBritlsaFrench
French or AngloFrench attempts atmediation jmeiaton
Even from the Fur East talk otalato
frm Fr Est comes an varmietica
armietica and th possible capitulation ofPort
Port Arthur by honorable negotiationwhile
while the inactivity of the armies on thaSha
Inctvit ontiBha
Sha River continues to be unexplainedIX
IX > NDON Nov lOIt is repoted herothat
that unofficial representations have beenmade
rprtenlaton bnmad
made by Japan to Russia with a view topeace
peace These representations it Is alsouaid
dad have not been met favorably av fnot
not likely to b repeated by Japan A
though the suggestion for a peaceful settlement Iment
ment 8 mado unofQclally It had according
ing totho same rumor tho same import asif
if it had actually been made by the JapaneaGovernment
The suggestion is reported to have beenmade
made direct to Russia no Power acting A
intermediary and in such a way that thJapanese eJapanee
Japanese Government would have been raa
a position to deny it had it not been entertalned f
Washington Hopes for Peace cut Hat Notnerp
Beep Asked to IntenoneWABHiNaTON1
WABHiNaTON1 Nov 10So far as can boascertained
ascertained by diligent inquiry no OTerturea
turea have been made t President Roosevelt
velt suggesting that hetake the initlatlvpin iin
in proposing a plan to bring about petcabetwe
btwe Russia aod Japan atlt
from Ijondon today hlnUnKtbat Ernnoiltuwl
tuwl QrJot Britain wee willing to artjolntJy
wit the United States jxertlnp Influsnpoipon
upon the belligerents looking to a eowctlcnof
of hostilities were taken by tbt StabnDepartment
Department to be hardly more than cnmmenta
meats upon Lord Lanedownes speechand
and Lord Lanndowne s far as information
tion is obtainable here did no Rt theextent
extent of suggesting that efforts be madby
etnt IgpelUng efort b meby
by the three Powers named or by any ofthem
them to end the war In the Far EasfcHis
His strong expression In behalf of peacehowever
however leads to a belief that I PresidentRootievelt
Rootievelt should decide t make inquiriesof
of Russia and Japan whet her offers of mediation
tion would be acceptable the British Gvermtnt
eminent would heartily second bin effortsTho
The desires of France also are believedhere
here to be for peace between the two warringpowers
powers But it Ie one thing for Great Brit
France and the United States to workJointly
Jointly and another for the Unit te
to take the Initiative to be joined by totothere JothPM
others i successful and deserted by themif
if rebuffed by Russia or JapanIt
It is certain that the President will moyidth
with extreme deliberation hi this questionif
i he moves at nil and that bin overtureihnped
shaped by Secretary Hay will scarcelybecome
become known to the world in case theyare
are not welcomed by the belligerent PowersAside
Aside from the proposition that the Preailent
dent should take the initiative in makingjvertures
overtures to Russia and Japan the StateDepartment
Department Is well pleased with the tohojf
of the despatched from London and cherhes
ishos the hope that something still mon
definite may come from across the waterban
than the speech of Lord LandowneIf
I something concrete should be pr
ipnteo to thin Government In the shapjf for
jf a proposition to join in steps lookingoward
toward mediation It is quite probable thatt
It would 0 favorably considered ButueJginR
judging by the guarded expressions of thosen
In authority the situation ban not reachedi
a stage where such 1 proposition ls in sightind
and it in even less likely that the President
lies actually been asked to take theinillativnn
In suggesting to RussIa and Japan thathe t
the war Bhould be brought to a cloneJ
t ienO1
Ilcrroy Greeted hy cnrrri on Ills ReturnFrom
From the Far EastSpeClUi
fiftfial Cable HrtptUeli in lila SBICST
ST PETKRBnono Nov lO Despite thesnow
now and an Icy wind A large crowd gathrod
creel nt the railway station this eveningo
10 welcome Admiral Alexleff Viceroy ofhe
the Far Host on his arrival from achurla
hurlo ViceAdmiral Avellnn Ministerf
of Marine and a number of naval andiiilltary
iiilltary Ofil ers greeted Admiral Alcxieff
on the platformThe
The crowd cheered him nn he left tbetatlon
station As he drove through the Nevskllrospckt
rospckt e route to the Winter Palacerhcre
where he Is to IH the guest of the Curnother
another crowd cheered himEverybody
Everybody was impressed by the robustnd 1and
and cheerful appearance of the ViceroymlF j ij
Can Cut of Uroadway Trolle I lCb i
llrrert or I iJinipA
A slow moving horse attached to anxpiviw LeXl1fK
xpiviw wagon was going north on rda
ray at Thirtythird tnt lart night whensheet
a sheet of bluo flaino hhot upward fromhe ithe
the trolley clot The flame singed theorses
horses body and started him going as fastho
as ho could runTin
Tin runaway was stopped by Its scaredriver
river within a block but the dnllveryagon tllo
wagon had already bumped Into a cab andjrn
tom onn of the lamps off The blue fam Itrom
from the trolley slot seemed to he chasing
the runaway horse for a tim
There was a great putter underground
ground The railroad employee said itra
was caused by I grounded channel railIKWETS
Appetizer better and safer than Ooclttauii
H tDvxtr sou 0 its nuton si x T4ft C

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