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i 11 sprang upon the rudo platform where thevolunteer
j volunteer bartenders were epent with tollnnd
i nnd waved his glass for attention Pletrois
is muscled like a gladiator lila red shirtwas
k I was open and hie big chest heaved with thespoil
c spoil that was on himtho rnusloepell whichwill
1 will hold his people any time or anywherelx
lx they tunnel diggers glnnles sweatingon
I I on a railroad or Hornnn aristocrats Infour
L four breaths the roaring racket died awayand
and the dropping of a spIke would havemade
t I made a Mg noise on the concrete Hesang
t sang for full ten mlmitos throwing himHalf
j Half into the swing of the thing and whenbe
II I be finished winded there was euch achorus
chorus or Brava Pietro Bis his bislthat
that people high over head In the noisy streetmust
f must base caught the sound of ItOne
I One after another then the grimy Italianlaborers
I r laborers followed Piotro Bartelll drainingtheir
I I their beer mugs after each verse of songThey
I I I They sang Carmen ovor nnd oer again ItI
I Kerned to bo the favorite Three ItaliansIn
I I i In coneshappd hats and red wool shirtsgave
I I I gavo songs from Lucia di IjammcrmoorOthers
I i Others took their places and played theI
I I Duke and Dirarf In Iligol etto and moresprang
f I sprang up and sang snatches from Donizettis
zettis old IEllslr DAmoreHoward
I i Howard fiobinson who bosses most ofthe
I
I the Italian laborer looked on openmouthed
I mouthpdI
1 never thought said he that I hadnuch
i I f nuch a bunch of songbirds In my collectionof
I t of nMorterl glnneysUncle
I Uncle Joe Yancoy a little coon who isclown
I i clown for the whnlo tunnel jumped on theplatform
i I platform and elbowed aside a melodiousItalian
i 1 i Italian The negroes In the tunnel howledwith
1 with delight nclo Joe swayed backwardand
I I and forward then In tenor voice took upI
I My Old Kentucky Home When he finished
I i ished theflrllt verse tho darky diggerstook
I I took up tho chorus rocking and swayingtremulous It
I t tremulous with sentiment and excitementMoyle
ii i I Moyle it was the peculiar acoustics of thetube
tube hut certainly the way those negroescrashed
crashed outWeep
Weep no more mv Inlhr
r Oh weep no more todayFnr
I For well sins one sonstOf
i Of our old Kentucky homer
r Of our old Kentucky homeSo
So fir awaywas
4 was as old Danl the white haired mulepusher
r pusher put It mighty movln chile mightymovln Ii
i mon Even the Italians stood quitesilent
I silent until the negroes sang out tho song tothe
i the loht full toneThat
That said Cranford who has seen thingshappen
1
happen in Ills time just about lays overanything
I anything I over saw or heardIt
It was grand opera verMin ragtime thenfor
I for thy next half hour Little choruses ofItalians
I Italians 1ngnnd acted Verdi and Bietonly
I only to he elbowed aside by broad shouldered
j dered negroes who ripped the air nf thetunnel
i I tunnel with syncopations Tho singerswerp
werp kept well lubricated with Lager nndthe I
I t the faster tho beer flowed the wilder wentthe I
d the Rong
I theBy t 1 oclock the kegs rang hollow 1 heoretically
I Il retlcally them were twelve really onlyI
I eleven because Long Jack had picked upi
i one In his great arms and made ofT with ItI
i I I eprinting toward his beloved bulkheadLater
I I Later a party was despatched to finish thekeg
keg just In case of accident The thousandmen
I men had dwindled by fl oclock to lees thana
I a hundred Then Cranford called off thecelebration
celebrationThe
I The tunnelling of which Cranford is inI
I charge was begun at several places betweenAtlantic
i Atlantlo avenue and the end of tho underriver
river section which was pierced yesterdaya
a year ago laRt April but was delayed onaccount
account of the change of plans to a fourtrack
track system Now the tunnel is practically
I tically all connected from Atlantic svenuoto
to a place 700 feet out under the East RiverProbably
Probably a yar from next January thounder
I 1 under river section will be bored throughroirv
f roirv TOI1fs4s1 nrorxCot
i I Cot Mann Tells of HID Colonelrj Cnuptoe
I 011 Orr AgainAn
i I An examination Into the charges orI
I I criminal libel preferred by Col Mann ofToan
frown Topics against Peter F and HobsrtJ
I J Collier and Norman Hapgood of ColtiefWeekly I
Weekly WHS begun yesterday afternoonn
In the private examination room of thei
i I Tombs police court before MagistrateWhitman
I Whitman The defendants were reprenentecl
i II nentecl by James W Osl rne late candidatefor I
l i for District Attorney on the Tammanyticket I
ticket C L Craig of Hondley Lauterhaoh
i haoh c John n app for the complainant
I plainantCol
Col Mann was put on the witness standHe I
I i I He testified that ha was editor in chief ofTown
Town Topics and I stockholder of thu corporation
i poration owning the publication Col
t Mann wild that he was Colonel of the SeventhMichigan
Michigan Cavalry during tha civil warand I I
and that he served an an dffir > r from 1881to i
to 16B4 beginning as Captain of the FirstMichigan I
I Michigan Cavalry then being LieutenantColonel
t Colonel until his promotion to he ColonelA
t A copy of Colliers Hrrry of the issue ofJuly I
July 2 of this year was then offered inevidence
evidence as containing the alleged lil > ollousarticle
I article referring to Col MannAn
An argument arose on a point of evidencebetween
between opposing counsel which causedMr
Mr Osborne to exclaimPlease
I Please Mr Trait dont Ret excitedThats
I Thats ben my fault all my life Now letino
I me ndvi e you to profit by my experienceIt
I i doesnt pay
I Seated at the counsel table was RobertJ
J Collier ono of the defendant Behindhim
I him sat his friend Richard Harding Daviswho
I who wore a purple striped shirt blue tiehorse
horse blanket waistcoat yellow gloves anda
I bracelet watchNorman
I Norman Hnpgood editor of CollierWeekly
I Weekly who is charged with having writtenthe
the alleged libellous article wan not calledas
ii as n witness
FISTS l 1IT CAXVASSAlderman
Alderman Mcfnll Wanted to Punch Hielnnjrr
lnnjrr Collins but Hasnt Allowed ToThe
The proceedings before the board of canvassers
vassers In the Aldermanic chamber theCity
I City Hall were interrupted yesterday afternoon
I noon by a scene between Alderman McCallnrjd
I nrjd John J Collins counsel for HerbertSlattery
1 later Republican who ran againstMcCall
McCall Tammany The vote was BO closethat
that the next Board of Aldermen whichTammany
1 Tammany is in n minority will probablyliave
have I contest before ItTho
Tho returns on tho vote for Aldermanwero
were not read out but John C Doolingono
I ono of the Tammany lawyers got permission
Ion t copy them Collins looked ovor hisshoulder
I shoulder to copy tho figures too and McCallwho
who was sitting opposite caught him at itGet
i Get out of there shouted McCall in avoice
I voice thnt brought everything else to a stop
Who are you anyway said Collinswho
who kept on taking figures from the tallysheet
sheet Collins and McCall are old acquaintances
qua intancesYoturo
our a dirty cur and a sneak said
McCall petting out of his chair and startingaround
around the table Collins is a great bigan
nan and McCall isnt Collins jumped out
6f his chair and stood with his fists ready
radr
You cant punch me he shouted to
McCall I takes a man to do tliatMcCall
McCall had almost reached Collins when
th others interferedCollins
Collins otrmIA lon to look at the tally
I sheet and returns afterword and announcedthat
that he had found
tht enough to contest thoelection
electioni
i OTTIlisIIHHT TOMVThe
The new Irierbnnr pay suffice In the Post Office
Ilulldlnc opened ru business > IalA
V A GUARANTEE CtlllB FOR PILESItchlnr
Itchlnr Hllndj nieedlnj Or Prntrudlnr Plies
Ichlnr lnl 1 lnr Prludlnl Plrour
Your drucjUt will rrlund money I PA2O OINT
lENT faflj to curt you In 0 to It daI ucAd
I I
THE WHITING COSTERING
I STERLING SILVERTHE
I THE EXTENSIVE and convenientlyI
I located Whiting Show Roomsofer
a i offer nn exceptionally varied nuortmentof
l of exquisite designs in sterling siverThis
This complete range is made doublyatrctve
attractive by the surety of qualtthelong
long acknowledged distinction ofWhiting
Whiting prouctionsBROAWAY
BROADWAY 19THST
u
4MV TO TIKE SLICE OF CIIIXAfReport
Report That Mikado Mill Accept the Province
ince of PiiklrnIptclnl
Iptclnl ruM DtipaHh fo TiE SONPFKIN
I PFKIN Nov 27ChIna has acceptedsome
some of the Japanese proposals Therewas
was n five hour conference between thopleniiotontiarles
pleniiotontiarles yesterday Prince Chingwas
was absent on account of IllnessThere
There is a rumor that the Japanese willaccept
accept the Province of Fuklen for Chinasshore
shore of the expenses of the warKukion
eJpIP
I Kukion Is a province of 40320square mileswith
with a population of 23000000 and lieson
on the roast of China on tho westerly sideof
of Formosa Strait On the other side isthe
the Island of Formosa which was part oftho
the Japanese spoils of war in 1895 Amoy
is tho chief city of Fukioniots
iots iSAXK nvnia HALEon
annKer on the Steamer Iatrlcl Takento
to Dover HospitalPrlJl
PrlJl able cip7fif lo TiE SisDovm
Dovm Nov 27Owlng to the fierce galethat
that wan prevailing in tho Channel lastnight
night the HamburgAmerican steamshipPatricia
Patricia and tho lied Star liner Kroonlnndwere
were delayed In shipping their passengersat
at Dover but took them aboard this mornIng
lag A passenger on the Patricia whohad
had become insane through terror of thegale
gale was taken to the Dover InfirmarynnCRSEls
nnCRSEls Nov 27A terrible hurricaneswept
swept over this city last night Thousands
sands of windows were blown in and thostreets
streets today arc strewn with wreckagetvvwtv
IWI 1n tvvwtv LKUTWYouth
RIII1 Youth Cot Slhor art anti li Kentto
to Prison
Iptrni IHbtr IttipalcH to THE SexMADntD
MADntD Nov 27Pedro Marcos 17years
years of age was arraigned in court todayfor
for burglarizing on the name day the Ameroan
can Iegation and the residence of the secretary
tary of the British Legation He stolefilvenvaro
silverware nt both places and pawned itIn
In his defence he said he would sooner robthe
the house of a foreigner than those orI
I Spaniard He was sentenced to fourmonths
months ImprisonmentThe
The Governor enraged has dismissedtho
tho entire police of the district in which thelegations
legations are situatedMC
I MC nnnx GOKS FRKKCourt
fn18h Court Declines to Send Cirrus Proprietor
prietor Ilaek to FranceKptrtat
Kptrtat Cable Drspalth tn THE ScsLONDON
LONDON Nov 27 Joseph T McCaddonthe
the circus proprietor who was arrestedat
at Southampton September 30 on a warrant
rant issued In Franco charging him withfraudulent
I fraudulent bankruptcy was discharged bythe
the magistrate of the Dow street extradition
I tion court today the magistrate holdingthat
that there was not sufficient evidence tohold
i hold him under English law Thereforehe
for he refused to grant tho extradition nukedfor
There was considerable applause on theannouncement
announcement of the verdictLIVERPOOL
LIVERPOOL rorrov FMLIREHomo
Homo of Copprl loU 1 Suiprnd Prices
111 Points IpSpectal
fiptctal CaMe Dripafti lo THE SPNLIVERPOOL
LIVERPOOL Nov 27Tho old cottonbroking I
broking firm of Coppel 4 House has failedCotton
Cotton 18 points and
opened higher quicklyroee
rose to 28 pointsLancashire i
Lancashire spinners are greatly concerned
cerned over the continued and violent fluctuations
t tuations of the cotton market The Oldham
ham spinners threaten to run their millson
on short time if prices are pushed muchhigher
higher higher Prices closed from 18 to 10 pointshigher
Ambassador Me > er In Londonfiptelal
fiptelal COPe neipatefi to THE SCiLOVDOV
LOVDOV Nov 27 George von L MeyerAmerican
American Ambassador to Russia was meton
on his arrival at the Paddlngton railwaystation
station today by John Ridgeley Carterfirst
first secretary of tho American legationHo
Ho dined with Ambassador and Mrs Reidtonight
tonight nt Wrest Park and will leave forSt
St Petersburg tomorrowWeyler
Weyler to Study llarcrlona Situationipiclal
peal Cable Despatch lo TIlE RcvMADRID
MADRID Nov 27The Cabinet is sending
ing Gen Weyler the Minister of War t
Barcelona to study tho situation thereGREETING
DUW GREETING HIS FRIED
Capt I P Sherman of IlRhtlioiuc TenderDrops
I Drops Dead on a Ste ni lilp PierCapt
Capt Howard P Sherman of the lighthouse
I house tender Iris went to tho New Yorkand
I and Porto Rico lines pier In Brooklyn yesterday
terday morning to greet his old friend andchief
chief LieutCol Rossell of the LighthnuwDepartment
Department whoarrivedon the Ponce fromPorto
Porto Rico where ho has been on a tour ofinspection
inspection As the captain extended hiehund
1 hand to tho colonel at the foot of the gangplank
plank ho reeled and fell on the pierBehind
Behind Col Rosnell was Non Pattersonand
and her husband Leon O Martin and shewas
was much affected by the Incident Col
Rossell had brought a pipe for the skipperand
and some toys for his children The shipssurgeon
surgeon was called on the pier to aid CaptSherman
Sherman and found that he was dead liewas
was 1 native of Maine 50 years old andlived
lived at Hosebank Staten IslandItKST
ItKST IOn MCAIlliEXUriel
liner llriplte Front 1olllloal Cares for IhrIlrnnkl
Ilrnnkl SenatorSenator
Senator P I McCarron leader of theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Democracy will start todayfor
for a brief rest from political cares thefirst
first ho has taken since the beginning ofthe
the recent campaign He has not disclosed
closed where ho in going P that his restmay
may not bo disturbedSenator
Senator McCarrens hold on the machineryof
of the Kings county Democratic organization
sation ha not Ixen weakened through theslaughter
I slaughter of his local candidates Novemer
her 7 and only two votes out of twenty
two can l > muMered against him on Hisreelection
reelection as chairman of the executivecommittee
committee Judge Walsh of the SecondAssembly
Assembly district and Deputy Water Commissioner
missioner Farrell of tho Eleventh are theonly
only district leaders who are antagonisticto
I I to line himnnd both so It is said may soon fall
7
JMVV mil VOTIS FOR JEROMEnrfM
nrfM Perhaps IneliulliiR IWO More FromAlir
Alir CniherR IMitrlctJustice
Justice Glegorich handed down last nighta
a decision that thetwocirclecros Jeromoballots
ballots should have been counted for District
trict Attorney Most of those returned asvoid
void for District Attorney were counted forMayor
Mayor I is estimated by the lawyersrepresenting
representing Mr Jeromo that there will bent
at least 3500 such ballots In the Twentyfirst
first Assembly district Abo Gruborn whichwas
was reached last night tho number ranas
as high as ten to an election district indicating
eating apparently about O of such votesIn
In that Assembly districtJustice
Justice Oiegerich says that had oIl Jeromes
romes nojno not been the only name in theJerome
Jerome nominators column it would havel
hen impossible to determine the electorchoice
choice where there were eroell in twocircles
circles Vhero tlio nnmo of nn individualis
is printed alone in a column however thespecific
specific intention to vote for that individualla
la holds is Indubitably expressed by thecross
cross in the circle over his nameAn
An to another class of ballots namelythoHO
those in which the voter put a cross In thoRepublican
Republican circle a lut In the votingspacebefornMr
spacebefornMr hearst nml a cross in theJerome
Jerome circle and also a mark in the Jeromevoting IIotlng
voting space JiiHtice Oiegerich holds thatthe i
the intention of tho voter to vote for Hearstfor Ifor
for Mayor and for Jerome for District Attorney
torney and for the Republican candidatesfor
for all other offices is clearly shown and thatunless
unless the marking was for the purposeof
of Identification effect should be given totho
tho intentionIt
I would be a very strained interpretation
tion says tho Court to hold that suchmarks
marks were intended for distinguiphlnRtnnrkrt
tnnrkrt or cold have that effectJustice
Justice Oiegeneh directs that all thoballots
ballots of these two classes he counted for
i Mr Jerojno and the other candidates I
and ho far 0 they have not already been
1
so countedAn
I An order will now h given directing thehoard
board of canvassers to change the returnsto
to agree with this decision1rST
i
1rST REMOVE FOIl IIUIM1SJiuitlee
Jiutlee IHcko Issues nn Order WhichChanges
Changes Plretlon Hesiilt In PrltiamSupreme
I Supreme Court Justice Dickey in Brooklyn
lyn yesterday granted a writ of mandamusdirecting
I directing the inspectors of election for thetown
town of Pelham Uestchester county toreconvene
I reconvene and to remove from the ballotbox
box fortytwo void ballots that were discovered
I covered on tho recount in the SupremeCourt
Court last week and to correct the returnsIn
In all there wore 427 ballots found in thebox
box when it was opened In the presenceof
of Justice DickeyTheorderto
To order to open tho box was granted byJustice
Justice Diukovon affidavits declaring thatthere
there were threeor more void ballots In thobox
box Harry A Anderson tho present townclerk
clerk and the Republican nominee for theofficeon
officeon the face of the ret Ifn was defeatedby II
I by one vote by his Democratic opponentEugona
1 Eugene B Stinger The ballots were scrutiI I
I nized carefully by counsel for both partiesI
I and when they could not agree the ballotswero
were handed to Justico Dickey who decided
cided whether they were good or not Fortytwo
two ballots wore thus declared void Thischanged
changed the result so that Mr AndersonIs
Is elected by a majority of threeELECTS
ELECTS DOLL IIILlXE SVITIIIrem
Irem rum Omoes Mutual Lire Litterateurfor
for PresidentA
A coach with silver plated harness stoodin
in front of the Morton Building 110 Nassaustreet
street at 11 oclock last night It was thetriumphal
triumphal chariot of the newly electedpresident
president of the New York Press ClubNot
Not everyone will take the job of presidentof
of the New York Press Club In this casethe
the hero who did not refuse was Charles JSmith
SmithA
A common name perhaps hut one thatcarries
carries memories Even those who followed
carr memoreR
lowed the insurance investigation clopelymay
may have forgotten that Charles J Smithwas Iwae
was head of the literary bureau of theMutual I
Mutual Life He told on the stand that hegot
got 8000 a year from tho Mutual and thatho
he spent 14000 of the policyholders moneyon
on six despatches to out of town newspapersshowing
showing how really guiltless the
taly gllltle management
ment was and how the legislative inquirywas
was vindicating ItIt
I was a dollar a line said Mr Smithlast
last night in the first flush of Viis triumphThe
The papers said 2 a line said a listeningreporter
reporterThat
That was the rate allowed for the NowYork
York papers said the now president oftho
the Press Club For out of town papersit
it was a dollar a line
This somewhat shatters Mr Smithsappellation
appellation Two Dollar a Line Smithwhich
which was applied to him the
WI npplod during investigation
vestigation hut it cannot affect the factthat
that he was elected president of the PressClub
Club last night bv a vote of 107 to 82 HeI
I falls Into the shoes of Joseph Howard Jrwho
who was also an insurance witness andwho
who admitted that ho got 2500 occasionally
I repayable on demand from the Mutual
I LifeMr
Mr Howard is not the present presidentof
of the Prows Club That honor belongs to
George H Howe editor of the Grecnpoint
Wrcklii Star Ho succeeded Joe Howard
No one ever wild anything about Mr Howeexcept
except that ho catno from Oreenpolnt Hotried
Olnrolnt 10trlfl
tried for reelection Kdwnrd P Callwn
wn nominated to run against him Mr
Call withdrew from tho contest believing
that Mr Rowe deserved reelection TheroI
I had to l > e excitement aad rivalry In tho PressClub
Club so all the wine heads got together and
tried to pick out somebody who could makea
a fight against Mr Howl
hOI would they get Ah who wasthere
there that could compare with Smith who
had sworn to his prowess Hadnt liesworn
sworn that he had an arrangement with
Allan Fornmn by which he got doctoredaccounts
accounts of the Insurance investigation
I inio certain newspapers Wasnt ho proprietor
of the Insurance
prietor naurance Record and didnt
he have the placing of the Mutual Lifesadvertising
Lfolladvtrtling
I advertising money Didnt ho get 8omia
a your What a representative
ofr repnttive newspaperman
man he was too Hero is what he said on
the standOne
One of my chief duties is tn receivenewspaper
newspaper men for the Mutual treat
them courteously and kindly and showthm
thm the easiest way to the elevator
Other officers woro elected lat night
James E Hardenbergh and Herman Rldderwere
were chosen vicepresidentN Farmer
Dunn tho weather prophet was electedn
a trusteeTO
TO CLUE A COLD IN OtC DAYTake
Take LAATIT5 DIIOUO Quinine Tablets Drue I
lists refund money It It falls to cure E W
GROVES illnature 1 on eacb box Kc Att
I J
ORDERS BALLOT BOXES OPENEDnSTI
rr STICK AMKD 8AVS IT4 THEOVK
mol HV41 In 6V1V SiETo
To Correct Returns ID V Dlitrlota MoCIMUni
CIMUni Counsel niyc Not DecKirdto
to Appeal Order to the Inspectors toCorrect
Correct Their Ow MliUkea HubllclJustice
Justice Amend after listening for throehours
hours to argument decided yesterdaywithout
I without leaving the bench In favor of thoJ
J contention made by Mr Hearsts lawyersthat
that the discrepancies found between thetally
I tally sheets and the ballot clerics returnsIn
In five election districts named In the paperswere
were sufficient grounds for mandamusesdirecting
I directing tho Inspectors in thoso districtsto
to reconvene open the ballot boxes andrecount
recount tho votes in themTho
Tho Mcfclellan counsel conferred ottertbedecl
tho decision but announced no settlementof
of tho question whether they shouldappeal
appeal Judge Parker on the argumenthowever
however said that the Court hud power toorder
order the inspectors to make such a recountIf
If the discrepancies were not to be correctedwithout
without It
A conference was held in Mr Parkersoffice
office at which woro present several members
bers of the Tammany committee and Assistant
sistant Corporation Counsel Butts MrParkerrrus
Parker refused to say afterward what would
be done Charles R Knoi for the Tammany
many Hal law committee saidNothing
Nothing has been decided We willhavo
have another conference tomorrow Ibelieve
believe however that an appeal will betaken
taken to the Appellate DivisionThe
The five districts were taken as test Ce
The Hearst lawyers say they will now askfor
for order in hundreds of other districts atleast
11n ll20 and possibly more In the meantime
time they Hay they will ask that the orderentered
entered under Justice Amends decisioninclude
include a injunction forbidding any declaration
ration of the vote on the city ticket by thoboard
board of canvassers and restraining thoHoard
Hoard of Elections from granting a certificate
cato of election to Mayor McClellan TheHearst
Hearst lawyers prepared an order whichthey
they will ask Justice Amond to sign thismorning
morning providing that tho inspectors pollrlcrks
clerks and ballot clerks of the five districtsassemble
assemble in bodesignated
lemble on Wednesday a place to h
designated probably some room of theCounty
County Court House that tho ballot boxesIxj
he there produced by the Board of Electionsand
and opened and that tho ballots b takenfrom
from tho boxes and counted in the mannerproscribed
proscribed by Section 110 of the Electionlaw
law in the presence of watchers representing
ing each of the candidates and that a returnof
of the result of tho count shall b made to aspecial
special term of the Supreme Court on a dayto
to ho named RO that tho Court may HirApr
the county canvassers to canvass the return
turn as correctedIn
In opposing the motion of the Hearstpeople
people before Justice Amend Judge Parkerpaid
paid that tho entire question was whetheror
or not the statements of the inspectors andclerks
clerks submitted in the form of affidavitstaken
taken with the tally sheets and other returnsexplained
explained the discrepancies I tho Courtfchould
should decided that there were errors ofu
u kind that made It the duty of the inspectors
tots under Section 84 of the election law torecount
recount the votes on election night thenthe
I the Court could order them to make suchi
i a recount now But he argued there lp
I reared no 1 crpance that the oxamlnatlon
i lion of the inspectors had not cleared upI
I The court room was packed to the doorsand
and the corridors were filled Austen OFox
Fox for the Hearst side questioned theright
right of Mayor McClellans lawyers and theTammany
Tammany law committee to appear at allto
to prevent the elocution of the law aaho
he put I There was no charge fraudinvolved
involved ho said nor was It a question ota
a personal victory for either candidateTho
The question is he said what did thevoters
voters of this city do on November 7 Thepeople
people have a right to say Our votes shallbe
be counted as cast and no negligence ormisconduct
misconduct on the part of those who madeout
out tho tally sheets or on the part of thoballot
ballot clerks or inspectors can be permittedto
to suppress it permanently People inyears
years to come will forget who was Mayoron
on January 1 1006 but we shall not forgetnor
nor can representative government survive
vive tho usurpation by negligent electiononicinls
officials of the rights of the ejectorsMr
Mr Fox handed up photographic copies
of the tally sheets and pointed out that onsome
some of them there were no tally marksand
and no totals and that the figures wereroost a
most undecipherableArthur
Arthur C Butts Assistant CorporationCounsel
Counsel nrgued that there was nothingto
to show that there trod not been a fair countIt I
I was admitted ho said that there hadbeen
been errors in the tabulation I wasimpossible
impossible he asserted under the complicated
cated machinery of the law to keep the returns
turns exactly straight In almost everycase
case tho police returns which were the firstreturns
returns made under the law agreed withthe
the totals of the tally sheets except in thonumber
number ol the blank and defective votesand
and this showed the errors to h merelyclerical
clerical There could have been no fraudbecause
because the correct count was sent to PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters Only twentyfive votes inall
all were concerned in the five districtsShould
Should the Court grant the order hesaid
said there will b similar proceedings
begun In 1948 districts and back of theseis
belun
is a surging and bating tide of chaos andconfusion
confusion which only tho hand of justicecan
can stav
Mr Parker began by saying that after
hearing Mr Fox he had made up hie mindthat
that Mr Fox had been reading his clientsnewspaper
newspaper Tho charge that Mayor MoClellan
Clellan was obstructing tho law was untrueTho
The position which Mayor McClellantook
took at the beginning ho said has not
been changed and will not be changed tothe
the end Jut ho will in tho Interests ofthose
those whom ho represents whom hr believes
lieves to l > e the majority of tho peopleInsist
Insist that justice shall be done by thovoters
voters and that by a regular procedureMr
Mr Parker wild that the question Iwforetho
tho Court was not an order for a generalonlng
opening of ballot boxes I it were underthe
the Court of Appeals decision which has
been mentioned and which was written
by himself he should have to nay rten
the Court was without jurisdiction Even
if the Mayor should consent to a generalrecount
recount that consent would not add oneiota
iota to thn jurisdiction of tho CourtWhat
our
What would have been tho effect on thopublic
public mind in the niaineClovoland
publc ainlClevoland campaign
paign ho asked if Judges all over thoState
State had ordered ballot boxes reopened
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put back in tho box are ballots no longer In
dispute Under the old law they weroburned
burned on election night They are keptnow
now for tho use of tho District Attorneynnd
and can also b sought as evidence when adeflotld
defeated candidate brings quo worrontoproceedings
proceedings s No defeatodcandldate Is thusprevented
prevented from getting tho truthMr
Mr Parker then stated his position that
In single instances such as were before theCourt
Court if the inspectors and clerks had notexplained
explained errors in the tally sheets thatshould
should have occasioned a recount on election
tion night they could b made to recountthe
the ballots nowBut
But your Honor he asserted a returnw
w made here bv all four Inspectors underoath
oath Was it their duty in these cases to
have made a recount I homo ono hasmade
made a little mistake in figuring It H notneoepsnry
necessary
Judge Parker cited one district wherethere
there was a discrepancy of three votes b
tween the ballot clerks return and thetotal
total of the vote returned for Mayor Hosaid
said that the affidavits ho believed oxplained
plained this In the affidavits the inspectors
tons said there were two mutilated ballotsand
and one ballot spoiled by a voter who nnothey
they gave which accounted for the discrepancy
crepancy
In my mind said Justice Amend it isclear
clear that we must take all the data together
gether I it appears that all the votes canbe
M be accounted for then no recount Is necesearv
SalT
earvMr Fox lumped up and protested In away
way which led Mr Butts to accuse him ofseeking
seeking in veiled language to terrorize the
Doesyour Honor Mid Mr Fox intendto
to act upon the statements of those inspectors
tOT and thl affidavits admitting their mistakes
takes If upon the face of tho papers themistake
mistake exit then the paprs the i
statute applies as much today dt dllelction onelection
election day Do not allow yourself to h
put In this equivocal position of refusing togrant
grant a right granted by statuteWhen
When Mr Butts charged Mr Fox withattempting
attempting to terrorize this Court JusticeAmend
Amend smilodnnd said I assure you MrButts
Butts I am not at all scaredThen
Then Justice Amend began doing sumsIn
In arithmetic of his own He had LawyerHenry
Henry Yonge for the Hearct side give himthe
the discrepancies and then he had the otherside
side give him the explanations Tho crowdshowed
showed intense Interest as this went onMr
Mr Yonge said the mistakes were unexplained
plained and that the Court of Appealsdecision
decision in the Stiles case had ordered I
recount under such circumstances JudgeParker
Parker wrote that decision ho saidFinally
Finally after rejecting 11 suggestionfrom
from Judgo Parker that lie reserve decision
cision and employ accountants to clearup
up the figures Justice Amend saidTheso
Thee explanations do not satisfy mont
at all They seem to me to lead nowhereIt
It seems that the attorneys are peculating
I The very method eare now taking seemsto
to mo to bo sufficient ground on whichto
to grant the order Must we not assumethat
that the Legislature had this very situation
tion in mindMr
Mr Knox got up with the last protestbut
but Justice Amend shook his head Hocould
could he not make anything out of the figures
repeatedIt
It seems to me that the only thing todo
do is to grant the order in each of thesecases
cases and I HO doTho
The decision stirred up a lot of excitement
mont and manv persons in the courtroomtumbled
tumbled over themselves seeking to congratulate
gratulate the Hearst lawyers who seemedsurprised
surprised at their own victory after JusticeAmunds
Amends apparent Attitude nt first
The Hearst lawyers announced last nightthat
Iwyer
that they had laid the affidavits submittedby
by the clerks and inspectors before thoAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral as ground for possiblecriminal
criminal proceedingsEarlier
Earlier in the day they made a complaintto
t the AttorneyGeneral regarding the manner
ner in which Chairman Doull of the boardof
of canvassers had ordered certain Inspectorssummoned
summoned before the board to change theirreturns
boar
summonc
returns The Hearst people submitted totho
tho AttorneyGenernl a rtNlgraphoprt report
port of the proceedings In one case abon I
board on the returns had stated that th9YI i
had nine void ballots and eleven protestedballots
ballots When they wild that they hadrejected
I rejected and not counted tho protestedballots
ballots Alderman Doull said that if the ballots
lots had not been counted they should havelxon
been returned as void He scratched outthe
the returns of eleven protected ballots nndordered
ordered the chairman to write in plat thatthere
there were twenty void ballots Then hohad
had them deolare that tho list had beencorrected
corrected to agree with tho returns andsign
sign their names to this Attorn yGeneralMayer
Mayer ordered Deputy AttorneyGeneral
James S Ixtunnier to see DouR at once andInform
Inform him that in a lnl in such a manner
he was making himself a party to making
fraudulent returns The court however
decides whether or not tho ballots wereproperly
properly rejected Chairman Doull arlr
hearing of the ballot box decision adjournedall
all proceedings of the canvassers until thismorning
morning although he had ordered fifteen
Ixiards of inspectors to l > e present last night
When told what the AttorneyGeneral hadsaid
said Alderman Doull said la > t night
I Mr Mayer or his asslntant conies tome I
I think I can quickly convince him that I
have been actlnl according to lawThe I
The examination of void and protested
tested ballots was hastened yesterday by
olltrcay
dividing the work up among several committees
mittees of lawyers It Is thought that itmay
may Ixs finished possibly this week Nogreat
great gains forelther side have been madeTTiree
Three More Election ImllrtnirninThree
Three more indictments were filed yesterday
terday by tho Grand Jury in election casesThey
They are in unimportant casesJohn
John V Pickett John 1 Murphy anti
Alderman James E Geffrey have been
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Scrutinizing ThemSupreme
Supreme Court Justice Dickey in Brooklyn
lyn has granted an order by iwhlch thevoid
void and protested ballots cast in theJSoventhAssembly
Assembly district and the FiftysecondAldermanio
Aldermanio district are to b recountedtoday
today On the face of the returns LouisPotter
Potter Republican is elected Aldermanby
by 1 small majority andThaddeus P Hyattis
is elected AssemblymanLast
Last week the protested and void ballotscast
cast for Mayor Comptroller on d Presidentof
of the Board of Alderman In Queens countywere
were ordered recounted upon the petitionof
of counsel for Mr Hearst Lawyer Shortrepresenting
representing Mr Hearst and former Assistant
tant Corporation Counsel Carr representing
ing Mayor MoClollan began the count onFriday
Friday Thoy completed their work lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon In all thor wereS62
S62 ballots recountedThe
The result of the work of counsel was tha tthey
they agreed on all the void and protested
ballots with the exception of two andthese
these taken before Justice
thes wore brore Dickeywho
who listened to the comments made by
both lawyers Then ho said that both
ballots wore void Tho work of tho inspectors
Inspctor
torn is therefore verified and no changeresults
results in tho figuresDIAMONDS
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After an Inquest before Supreme CourtJustice
Justice Ioventritt a judgment for 22t9was
was ordered yesterday in favor of EdwardF
F Croker Chief of tho Fir Departmentnnd
and against Charles D Purroy who waschief
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I Mayor Lows administration Purrorserved
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