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VOL LXXIIL NO 111 + NEW YORK WEDNESDAY DECEMBER n 20 1905 coww im tu TA su printing md pbM A OC < M < is PRICK TWO CENTSIIn
dame Now II to TO nml and Mrrrltt nrioor
rioor Iradrr but tho Mm Who niliirrt
iirrt Wadjnorlh NpcnUcr mil Hcllr <
llr Isnt Loaded With Odcll lloodoogB
B n Odoll Jr of Xewburgh still chairman
lan of tho Hopublloan State committeebut
but rio longer boss ortho BUt organisationhustled I
hustled down to New York city yesterdaykept
kept away from Ho ihllcnn headquarterm
m the Fifth Avenuu Hotel and remained
at the Republican Club most of the daytniiHetlug
tniiHetlug all borts of throats against GlovHlgglns
Hlgglns because the Governor had migcestfd
rested thut Assemblyman James W Wadsworth
worth Jr of Livingston was tho mostavailable
available Republican for SpeakerOdoll
Odoll got around him Senator George RMalby
Malby of St Lawrence Assemblyman
Kdwin A Merritt Jr of the same countyu
Ji candidate for Speaker Asomblyman
ilamcd 1 Apgar of the Third district ofTVestchester
TVestchester Senator Depews Asscmblyraun
man at Peeksklll and AscHinblymqn WilliamG
G Hastings of tho First district of Orangewhich
which is Odella county Thats all hocould
could muster throughout the day He toldMalby IIalby
Malby and Merritt and Apgar and Hastings Iin
ings that he would go down Into the lastditch
ditch with Merritt as his candidate forSpeaker
Speaker und he started right in to attemptto
to ivMitcltute MorrlttOdella
Odella attitudo and talk were quite different
ent from hU attitude and talk on Friday lustofter
After hifi meeting at the Hotel Manhattanwith
with Gov Higglns when Odell saidWhatever
Whatever Guy Higgins wants he liouUIhave I
have Any man he iiHlortes for Speakerof
of the Assembly should b elected Whynot I
not Gov Hicgius Is responsible for allthe
the legislation etfected under him as Govsrnor
srnor and any Instrument lw thinks IInecS5ry
necessary to permit him to obtain hisincl
ends should bo given to himOdell
Odell told fome of his friend yenterdaythat Ithat
that he wai fooling Higglns when he mare
that statement Tho facts are that hehatnt I
hatnt been fooling anybody leaot of allGov
Gov Higglns JOy Higgins refused atthe
the Hotel Manhattan interview with Odellto
to tell Odell whom he favored fur Speakerbecause
because of the experience he had with Odellon ion
on the Parsons mater I
The facts are that the antiOdell forces Inthe
the State have been working sineo electionnight
night for an antlOdell candidate forSpeaker
Speaker and not until fiftyeight votes ormore
more than a majority of the RepublicanVfrSjmblymen
VfrSjmblymen had been pledged to sup Ipor
port such a candidate was Odoll informedby Ib
by Joy Illggins at the Hotel Manhattan thathis
his attempt to dictate who was to b theSpeaker
Speaker of the Assembly was to b frustrated
trated in the interests of the people and ofcontinued Iontnued
continued party supremacy In the StateOdell
Odell realizes now that the uprisingagainst
against him is an uprising of local Republican I
lican chieftains throughout the State whorecognize
recognize that the voice of the people wasexpressed IIxro6ed
expressed on election day against tho continued
tinued rule of corrupt political bosses andMethat iMtb
Methat J must be heeded if the party is notfobe
fobe sept out of power at next fallselection I
Odell unmindful of his statement thatGor
Gor Higgins should have any SpeakerKe
Ke choee attempted to gather his scattered
tered forces and lent telegrams yester4y
4y to the Republic county chairmenand
and State committeemen through theState
State asking them to come to New rk atonce
once But since Gov Higgins announcEdtatA6emhlyn
Assemblyman Wadsworth wae the rightman I
man for the place to guide the Republicanparty I
party in the Assembly the number of antlOdell
Odell Assemblymen has Increased to eightytiree
three located as followsAlbany I
Albany 4 Allegany 1 Broome 2i Cataraugus2
araugus2 Cayuga Chautauqua 2 Chemung I
mung 1 Chenango 1 Clinton 1 Dutchess
3j Erie 3 Esses 1 Genwee 1 Herkiraer 1Fulton I
Fulton and Hamilton 1 Kings 12 Livingston
ston 1 Lewis 1 radon 1 Monroe 4Montgomery
ontgomery I New York 8 Niagara 1Oneida I
Oneida 3 Ontario 1 Onondaga 4 OrIeal
1 Oswego 2 Otsego 1 Rensselaer ° Saratoga
toga 1 Schenectady 1 Seneca 1i Stouben
2 Suffolk 2 Tioga 1 Tompkins 1 Wa hiflgton
iflgton 1 Wayne 1 Warren 1 Westchp tel
ti Wyoming 1 Yates 1 a total of 83 outnf
nf ill including the Municipal OwnershipAssemblymen
Odell Malby and Merritt figure up theirstrength
strength to be as follows Columbia jCortland
Cortland tj Delaware 1 Franklin 1Greene
Greene Ii Jefferson 2 Kings 5 New York
9 Orange 2 i Putnam 1 Queens 2 StLawrence
Lawrence 2 Sullivan 1 Ulster 2 Westcheater
cheater 1 Total 32It
It will be seen from the foregoing pollil
il the Republican members if the Astembly I
tembly that Wadsworth hu Msrrltt beatenie
ie second day he enters the race by arots
rots of over 2 to 1Timothy ITmothy
Timothy L Woodruff the BrooklynRepublican
Republican leader came down from Syracuse
case yesterday and was at the Fifth AvenueHotel
Hotel where he bald Twelve of the thirtwn
twn Republican Assemblymen from Kingswill
will 0 for Wadsworth I make this statement
insnt advisedly because our people b
lieve in standing behind President Roosevelt
velt and Gov Higgins Only one Asw > mblyman
blyman from Kings Mr Dadys Assemblyman
man from the First is as I understandit
I opposed to Wadsworth Our Republicanpeople
people of Brooklyn at first thought thatEdward
Edward C Dowling would make a goodcandidate
candidate for Speaker and then In I
friendly way theyepoke up for Mr Rogersbut
but sino Gov Higgins has Indicated hisChoice
Choice the has beenWo
6 hoie for Speaker chang hi ben
Wo dont care to have any particulartrouble
trouble In Kngs county but If necessaryare
we are ready and eager to welcome anyIMUO
IMUO that may be raised by Mr OdclPiMends
Mends against President Roosevelt andOov
Oov Higgins The President and thoGovernor
Governor are working for tho best interestsof
of tho party and as I nay twelve of thethirteen
thirteen Kings county Assemblymen will befor
for WadsworthOdolls
Odolls fuss about Morritt and SenatorMalbys
Malbys St Lawrence bluff about MerrittI
II was said last night by those on tho InnerKround
ground of Odelln camp were merely effortso
to land Merritt as for leader of the Assembly
hly In response t that statement it wastaid
aid with a degree of authority which couldnot
not be well gainsaid thatthe next for leaderwill
will he elected by the same elements In theParty
Party and by practically the same vote bywhich
which Wndsworth Is to be elected SpeakerThe
The two names heard yesterday for floorleader
leader were Assemblyman Hherman MoreConfmufd
Continued on Second PageThe
The K rond Empire of the New York Central
tit dully trMn lialng New York al 1KB P Mjrrivtnjt
jrrivtnjt Buffalo Inlul M Hoprlnic at Albanr
tilfd Syracunf Tlocheittr hatavlavidr
Neal Not likely to MiKe a HjhtCountRxrcutlve
Rxrcutlve Committee C llrdThe
rhe executive committee of the Republican
can county committee will probably metthin
thin afternoon at the Fifth Avenue HotelThe
The members of tho mmlto hud nolreceived
received the notices last night but It IHundcr
undcr tood that William Halpin malleithem
them late last nightRepresentative
Representative Parsons said last nightthat
that he did not anticipate that there wouUbo
0 any attempt of any consequence toprevent
I prevent his election an chairman of theexecutive
executive committee BH well an of chalrmarof
of the county committeeIt
It was reported yesterday that after thefacer
facer Samuel Htrusbourger received onMonday
Monday night when the member of thegeneral
general committee of hil own district passcca
a resolution to the effect that they considered
sidered that the further control of thecounty
county committee by 1 Uenjamin B Odellvrlll
vrlll b de truett of the party of thbscity
city he would not seek further tolight
light for the vicepresidency of the countycommittee
committee But through his friends MrStrnsbourgermode
Stltbourgtr made It known last night thathe
he was Btlll In the field On tho other handit
it wan reported that Ambrose 0 Neal thoOdell
Odell candidate for Mosrotury realizingtho
the futility of combating Mr Parsons andthose
those behind him was prepared t quitIt
It was learned last night that Henry KOBrien
OBrien the secretary of the Republicanorganization
organization of the Twentyfifth Assemblydistrict
district who is favored by Mr Parsonfor
for the secretaryship had consented to allow
low hit name to go before the meetingIt
It was thought lust night by the friends ofMr
Mr Parsons that Mr OBrimi would undoubtedly
doubtedly lx elected They added thatthey
they had an assurance from Mr OBrienthnt
that should he be elected he would acceptH
Found Guilt of Conspiracy to Defraudthe
the Joorninent In Ocul With lUclirnWASHINGTON IWARRNGTON I
WASHINGTON Dec 19 William G Crawford I
fort of this city wa convicted tonight ontwo
two counts of an indictment charging himwith
with conspiracy to defraud the Governmentin
in the sale of supplies to the Post OfficeDepartment
Crawford wns connected with the cell I i I
brated straps and buckles case and wanoriginally
originally named in an indictment returnedagainst
against August W Machyn who is nowserving Iferlng
serving a term at the MomidMillePenitentiary Itlar
tiary In West Virginia In the first trialof I
of Crawford tho jury disagreedCrawford
Crawford is likely to get a entence oftwo Itwo I
two years and he may have to pay a fineof
of toO as was meted out to MachenSTAV
S7I tUElin 70
Goernor llefiue1 Petition fur Time andFreedom
Freedom to Fight Ills Case PersonalALBANY iALBA
ALBANY Dec j9Albrt T Patrick thoconvicted I
convicted murderer of Millionaire WilliamM
M Rice and now confined in Sing Singprison
prison under sentence of death to b executed IFntod
cuted in the iveek of January 22 has presented
sented to Gov Higgins his personal Informal
formal application for a stay of executionof
of sentence d for an order relieving himfrom I
from solitary confinement and directingtha I
the warden of Sing Sine prison to take himout
out of prison during business hours to enablehim
him personally to prepare and brnp further
ther proceedings In the courts in his caseIn
In this communication Patrick statesthat
that he will neither apply for nor acceptexecutive
executive clemency The Governor haspowc
powc to exercise clemency b grantingreprieves
reprieves commutations or pardons Hebus
bus no power to grant the relief now asker
for by PatrikThe
The Governor has been advised by DavidB
B Hill of counsel for Patrick that hisnttornnyti IAtornAr
nttornnyti have under advisement furtherproceedings
proceedings in the courts or ultimatelyif
if need be an application to the Governorfor
for A commutation or pardon togetherwith
with a respite pending the determinationthereof
thereof On such an application the Governor
ernor ha power to conduct a hearingThe
The Governor today denied Patrickspresent
present petition but without prejudice toan
an application for executive clemencyAGREEMEXT
noose Oltes In After Urclsrlnp That ItiPrivileges
Privileges lad Been AbridgedWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Dec toThe confereeson
on the Emergency Appropriation bill forsontinuing
continuing the work on the Panama Canalreached
reached an agreement this afternoon theHoufo
House conferees accepting as a substitutefor
for the bond section striaken out by theSenate
Senate the bill passed a a separate bill bythe
the Senate I gives to the bonds to beissued
issued for the construction of the canalthe
the same privileges of reduced taxationwhen
when used as I basis for national bankcirculation
circulation us now apply to 2 per sentconsols
When the report of the conference committee
mittee came up In the Senate it precipitatedi
a debate led by Mr Spooner Rep Wlst
t which Messrs Teller Dem Col ElkinsRep
Rep W Vs and Allison contributedrhe
The discussion concerned the action of theHouses
House in passing a resolution returningtho
the bond bill to tbe Senate without actionbecause
because the House held that its privilegeshod
had been abridged under the clause of theFederal
Federal Constitution which declares thataills
bills raising revenue shall originate In theHouse
Mr Spooner made I strong speech indefence
defence of the Senates action and citednumerous
numerous decisions to show that the bondnill
hill was not a revenue measureItLOODIJOlSnS
Dynamite Used On Safe Hnlns 82300 InPaper
Paper and Even IJma ncs tb SIMrrBALDWIN
BALDWIN Ill Dec 10 Bloodhoundsiro
are leading a posse on the trail of fourrobbers
robbers who wrecked the local bank earlyoday
today and escaped in I buggyThe
The charge of dynamite need on thesafe
safe was so heavy that 12500 m currencywas
and 1000 in silverwas
was torn into phred ItO flherwn
wn damagedThe
The robbers carried away heveralhounand
thousand dollars Citizens who wereiroused
aroused by the explosion gave battle tohe
the cracksmen as they fled through theown
town Although hundreds of shots wereIrod
Irod no nnn woa hurtT
19 DEATHS 1 V > CASESllavannn
llavannn Yellow Fever Kpldemlo Up chlngIllnh
Illnh Rate of MortalitySpecial
Special cable DespairS la Taut ScjfHAVANA
HAVANA Dec IPOne new case of yellowover
fever was reported today making fiftyline
line catO to date Ten cases are underreatmcnt
treatment Them have been nineteenicaths
deaths The disease is working out a highivcrage
average of fatalitiesUfdford
Bedford HparUllHK WatrTbe Vintage Watfr
fdford I boltlt or plIl ntictllfd for highballtrfr
Loaded iron Pipe Apparently Funs Intithe Ithe
the Second Story Window at 7 EarFourteenth
Fourteenth Slrnit lUIn of Scrap IronNoboy
Nobody Hurt Partition WreckedThe I
The Bureau of Allied Iron Trade aremployment
employment office at 7 East Fourteenthstreet
street opened by the Allied Iron WorkenIn
In tho opne with the Housesmlths ancBrldgomens
Brldgomens Union was blown up lastnight
night with a dynamite or gunpowder bomban I
an article with which tho put history ofthe
the old Sam Parks organization IH not whollunfamiliar >
unfamiliar Post k MoCord contractoron
on the Altman building belong to theAllied
Allied Iron Worker In the main roonuat
at the time were William Ward manager oltho
the strikebreakers Special Officers JolmBrendan
Brendan and Palmer Hunt and severalworkmen
workmen looking for employment Xonwan
wan InjuredThe
The offices are on the second floor of thethroe
throe story building In the front directlyover Iovel
over the show windows of the Blddlo PianoCompany
Company which occupies the groundfloor
floor is I small room lined as a telephoneroom
room I was here that the bomb explodedafter
after having been thrown In it Is thoughtfrom
fron the streetThe
The explosion smashed the glass part
tions and windows and flying particles oliron
iron and steel tore holes In the floor andriddled
riddled a desk and two chairs the partitions
and plaster of the wall and ceiling Someof
of the particles though with spent forcefound
found their way Into the room where themen
men were engagedA
A search of the debris disclosed pieceof
of iron which it Is believed formed uniron
I iron pipe about eight or ten inches longand
and two or three inches In circumferenceSlugs
Slugs and pieces of scrap Iron also wereI
I found Tho police reached the conclusionthat
that the pipe was charged with dynamiteor
or gunpowder and loaded with these piecesof
of scrap iron and slugsThe
The laborer looking for employment
ran from tie place immediately WordBrennan
Brennan and Hunt examined the roomand
and then went to the street where theymet
met Policeman Harley of the Tenderloinstation
mit Polrman 1arley I
station who had heard the explosion andhad
had come running A crowd had collectedoutside
outside As soon as more policemen cameHurley
Hurley went with the strike breakers tothe I
the Tenderloin stationI
I believe the bomb throwing is an attempt
tempt on the part of the Houwmiths1Union
Union to intimidate iw and the strikebreakers
breakers if not to kill us Ward said to theisergoant Iergant
sergeant I have been followed ummanytimes Itimes
times at night and have been forced to takeprecautions
precautions against violence I will not givemy
for thereason
my address nor will my assistant
reason that I do not care to have themknown
known to the strikersCharles
Charles Lipp manager of the BiddhoPiano
Piano Company was counting up his cashdiiectly
diiectly under the telephone room when thoexplosion
explosion occurred T force of It threwhlnj
hlnj to the for
Fourteenth street was crowded when thobomb
bomb was thrown The police could discover
cover no witness to the throwingThn
The bureau of the Allied Iron TradesAssociation
Association was opened shortly after thnstrike
strike against Post A Mci ord began in orderto
to hire strike breakers for their contractIn
In tho meantime the Iron league the Ornamental
mental Bronze and Iron Masters Association
thai and the Employing Architectural IronWorkers
Workers Association the members whichemploy
employ tho housesmiths and other structural
tural iron workers formed the Allied IronTradeswith
Tradeswith headquarters above the bureauThe
The Housemiths and Rridgemons Unionhad
had been ruled out of the General Arbitral ionBoard
Board of the Building Trades EmployersAssociation
Association and was no longer recognizedas
as 1 union under the arbitration agreement
ment The architeptural Iron workers andornamental
ornamental bronze and iron workers hadbeen
been working on the open shop basis forsome
some time The AlliedlronTradesastheseunions
unions are outside of the arbitration agreement
ment then resigned from the generalarbitration
arbitration board but are still affilatedwith
with the Building Trade Employers AcAsnociation
At first the bureau at 7 East Fourteenthstreet
street on the floor below the offices of theAllied
Allied Iron Trades Association attractedlittle
little attention from the strikers Whenstrike
strike breakers began to appear In hrgernumbers
numbers however the pickets of the strikersbegan
began to take notice and sam ft themkept
the buildingWhen
kept an eye on buldgWben
When the bureau had been running forsome
some weeks the Allied Iron Trades heldmeetng ameeting
meeting and decided to make it a permanent
nent institution for the hiring of new menas
a housesmiths Krrery employee of Itsmembers
members received a notification in his payenvelope
envelope on the next pay day to the effectthat
that every new man engaged for struotural
tural Iron work would have first to applyat
at the bureau pa s an examination andobtain
obtain H card entitling him to work forany
any member of the association The not
fication also applies to structural ironworkers
workers now employed whenever theyseek
seek new jobs from member of the awoelation
The > officers of the Housesmiths andBridgemens
Bridgemens tnlon then made the firstattack
attack on the bureau by lodging a complaint
plaint with Commissioner of Licenses Keating
ing that the bureau was running withouti
a license At a hearing before Commissioner
sioner Resting Carlo Massey I walkingdelegate
delegate pressed the complaint HenryC
C Hunter manager of the bureau on behalf
half oi the association argued that thebureau
bureau was being run as a convenience to theemployers
employers and not for gain and did notcome
come under the license laws Meantime anapplication
application hal been made for a licenseTho
The work of tho bureau was extendedyesterday
yesterday to hiring engineer on buildingxmtracts
xmtracts and there has been talk of givingthe
the bureau charge of hiring new men Inill
ill the tradesSecretary
Secretary Farrell of the Housesmithmd
and Brldgemens Union was asked lastlight
night what he had to say of the throwingof
of the bombThis
This is the first I have heard of it hetald
said It was not done by a member ofho
ho union Wo would not countenancewch
such a thing
Dy Marconi WirelessThe
The White Star liner Oceanic from Liverpool
pool and Qucenstown was too miles eastf
of Nantucket at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon
non and probably will b at her dock b
fore noon todayHKWEVS
Superior fnr w ddlnr and ReceptionsI
U Mi T Surrlor Son C 131 Fnltoa St New YorkMi
To Iluy Cottages ami Pnriiui for 1 IooMony
Money Aihtnucd by Mr llrrrlnnHpiclal
Hpiclal Cabin DillMtcIt 10 TUB HlNLONDON
LONDON Dec 1lr Herring formerlya
a well known turfman who In tho ohuinimiof
of several commercial companies and a bitcontributor
contributor to the King hospital fundhan
han given the Salvation Army 10000twith
with which to experiment with land colonlMktlon
ton in Crt BritainGen
Gen Booth the commander of the armyhas
has written to the King explaining theHoheme
scheme He will select about 100 debervuiKurban
urban poor and will establish each of themIn
In a cottage with rlvo acres of land farming
ing implements Vo All the money advanced
vanced in this way will he repayable InInstalments
Instalments spread over forty yearn afterwhloh
whloh the land will b conveyed to thuholders
Tho scheme will thui be selfsupportingIt
I will be controlled by the Salvation Armywhich
which undertakes to hand over the originalcapital
capital to the hospital fund in annual instalments
I stalments of 1000 Any prolltH will boapplied
applied to extending the schemeMne
ItWU IS oDIWolN 14tiluie
Mne tlrinlirrs Noon to Itrtlre linrtnn Itllr
llr PromotedBeginning
Beginning with the first of the year therewill
will he u series of changes in the personnelof
of District Attorney Jerome staff that willresult
result in promotions for some that nnuaiiiOne
One of those to go on January 1 is WilliamRand
Rand a full assistant who has leally beenMr
Mr Jeromes chief of staff With him willgo
go Deputiew Frank A Lord and FrederickKernochun
Kernochun the three tormlng a privatelaw
law firmAnother
Another full assistant to go is RobertTownsend
Townsend who has had charge of Part IGeneral
General Sessions for several yeiirn Henotified
notified Mr Jerome yesterday that hewould
would quit about February I He toois
is to engage in private law practice aswill
will ClurloH Chadwick a deputy assistantwho
who was a star football player at YaloHownid
Howard S Guns another full aiMU > tainwho iwho
who him had charge of the appeal bureauwill iwlllltle
will leave the office in the leI future undwill Ivl
will form a law partnership with John HIselin IItcln
Iselin another assistant Marshall BClarke I
Clarke a full assistant leaves to go into alaw
law linn to be made up of himself andDeputy
Deputy AssIstant District Attorneys HenryG
G Gray and Edward SandfordAs
As to tha promotions that will follow iti II
14 known that the first deputy to 1K made afull
full Mstant will be Frank Gnrvan whohas
has been Mr Rands right hand mnn in theprosecution
prosecution of the big caiesMlltQIS
mil He Up m first ItcsldenMionorulThere 1flerlaIEO
There tlianBB In fnblnct Likelyiffdat
iffdat Cable Ufapfitcit to THE SUNTOKIO
TOKIO Dee 19It Is now certain thatMarquis
Marquis Ito will he the first RefideiitGeneral
eral of Japan In Corea He has bad a rmarkable
markable career He was the first PrimeMinister
Minister under the present Cabinet systemthe
the first President of the House of Peersand
and first President of tho Privy CouncilHe
He is notwithstanding the high offices hohas
has held a comparatively poor man HHmoderate
moderate policy is reassuring the Corean1M
M Salonji leader of the Constitutionalparty
pAr had a long interview with PrimeMmi
Minister KAtMird this morning This wantrje
tie first visit he has medic for some timeat
at the Ministry of the Interior the headshipof I
of which is held by Count Katsura andit
it is generally believed his pre < pnco thereindicates
indicates a change in the Ministry thepresent
present Cabinet being replaced by a nnwone
oneYour correspondent learns on high authority
thority that a dinner to be given on December
her 22 by Prime Minister Katmira to FieldMarshal
Marshal Oyama will be the last social function
ton of the pent Ministry The changeIs
Is expected to occur between the formalopening
opening of the Diet and the fir > t businesssession
session in the middle of JanuaryMM
MM Kono Otate and OgawA membersof I
of the Diet are charged with indicatingthe
the September riot hererorT4vsro
UAOnIO rorT4vsro m1nHWhln
When Von K KlnR Alfonso ft Mirrled toPrlnerc
Prlnerc Enafffrnl
fffrnl Cattl r etpi < eh to THE St
LONDON Dec 20The Express gays thaton
on the occasion of the marriage of KingAlfonso
Alfonso and Princess Ena of BattenbergMadrid
Madrid will be transformed into a flowergarden
Idrd l
garden Wagon loads of roses and otherflowers I I
flowers will b brought from the outherprovics
province for the decoration of the cityThe
The fountains in Madrid will run winsThere I
There will b a huge costume processionin
in which students and others will take partThere I
There will also be a monster bullfight inwhich I
which the participants will wpnr hiptoricnlcostume
The conversion of Princess Ena to CatholIcism
iciam will be celebrated with great solemnity
nity at the Cathedral of han Francisco inMadrid
Madrid The Cardinal Archbishop o Toledo
ledo will preside at the ceremonies whichwill
will b attended by nine Archhhishopsrind
rind fortysix BishopsTO
New British rahlnet Exporter tn BeginOverture
fpcttnl rattl Dtspitirh la Tin SrI
BERLIN Deo t9Tho Tagrblatt says thonow
now British Cabinet will Initiate I diplomatic
matic discussion of the AngloGermandifferences
differences aiming at securing friendlyrelations
relations between the two nations Chancallor
callor von Billow congratulated PrimeMinister
Minister CampbellBannerman and ForeignSecretary
Secretary Sir Edward Grey upon theirmaking
making office and received cordial repliesit
I Is understood that Emperor Wllllnm andKing
Edward have frequently
King expressedwishes
wishes for thn removal of the discordSir
Sir Henry CampbellBannerman in replyto
to n message from the Berlin Merchants3ulld
Guild stating that it was working for anntente
entente between the two countries reciprocated
rocated their desireR
Rot on fU y on Rcrklms Driving Chnrsnntoause
Because Cop Hadnt a Htop VutcliJoseph
Joseph Boyance who spoke brokenEnglish
English with a Parisian accent was arraigned
raigned In the Yorkvilln court yeHterdayifternoou
ifternoou charged with driving nn automobile
mobile recklessly aong fifth avenue nearEightysixth
Eightysixth streetWho
Who in your employer tho driver wasisked
Monsieur Robert Fulton Cutting hecplied
replied flie
a lie stop was watch fined > 5 because the cop hadnti
lie Cut Mxke Ill als unit Apitoliitnirntt
at Ilemure Without Waiting for a CertlrUBte
tlrUBte or Kleollon Kvcrlod Ilcamllpsliin
llpsliin May He the ProgrammeIt
It IH understood thai Mayor McClollarIn
In order that ho may proceed with a freehand
hand will request nil tho department headfto
to send their formal reslgnatlonsto himbforo
before January 1 If tho indications onthat
that the canvass will be so delayed as tohinder
hinder him from receiving In time a certlficate
tlficate of electionAshed
Asked yesterday if he would cOD ldelrcommendUonl
recommendations for appointments madtto
to him by Tammany leader the Mayoireplied
replied Certainly will but every application
ton and every recommendation will boconsidered
considered on Its merit and I can promlstthat
that every one will get a square dealCharles
Charles J Murphy was at Tammany
Hull yesterday Very few men of prominence
inence in the organization called One olthose
those who dropped In was Comptrollerelect
elect Met Ho had a long talk with MrMurphy
Murphy He came to improve his acquaintance
quaintance with the Tammany chief andto
to tell Mr Murphy what he has told theMayor
Mayor and other leaders that It was hishope
hope to work in harmony with all tho Democratic
I cratic factions of all the boroughMr
Mr Murphy and the Mayor lunched together
gether on Monday When Mr Murphy wahuked
uked if ho had made any suggestions totho
the Mayor regarding appointments or rmoaIM
movals he replied that that was a questionthat
that the Mayor would have to answerCANVASS
Alderman Doull chairman of the Bourdof
of County Canvassers told the Aldermenyesterday
yesterday that the canvass of the votewould
would be completed by the last of nextweek
week The Board of Election as city canvassers
I vassers will then have to make its canvassof
of the vote for city officer from the returnsbent
bent in by the county boards hut PresidentVoorhis
Voorhis uid yesterday that the workwouldnt
wouldnt take Ions and that if they got thefigures
figures by tho last of the week some rebiiltwould
would be announced and certificates wouldbe
be made ou t
Justice Fitzgerald signed yebtorday theorder
order requiring the canvassers to changethe
the returns to agree with the tally sheetsand
and ordering them to summon the inspeotorn Itor
torn in case the canvassers could not makethe
the statements of canvass balance by thechange
change in figures The order also containsu
u stay against any return of the vote to thecity
city canvassers until its terms are complied
plod withJudge
Judge Parker commmutd for Mayor McClellan
lan and tho Corporation Counsel refusedto
to consent to have this order entered andthey
they may either ask to have it changed ortake
take an appeal The order contains a clausegiving
giving any one the right to ask that it bemodified
modified on ono days noticeJustice
Justice Smith in Brooklyn signed an ordersimilar
similar to the Fitzgerald order requiring thotolly
tolly sheet figures to be taken in the case ofeighteen
eighteen districts in Brooklyn The orderwas
was served last night on Alderman Kennychairman
chairman of the Brooklyn canvassersTho
The Hearst people did consent to onething
thing which will facilitate the canvasserssome
some Thnt was to agree that only in certain
tain districts where the vote on Aldermenand
and 3inblymen was clone should thevote
vote on the profited ballots for such officesbe
I be included in the count for those officesThe
Timee districts are the Thirteenth Twcntyfirt
firt Twentyeighth and ThirtyOrel Assembly
bly mind Twentieth Aldermanio districtwhich
which is Alderman Mrfalln Only thAot
votes for city officers on such ballot willbe
be considered in the other districtsirnrrn
worlD CLOSE RIG HOTEL i4RsHonton
Honton District Attorney Attacks Mrenjesof
of Most Prominent llornrpBOSTON I
BOSTON Dec toDftrlc Attorney Morangive
give the police board lother shock thisafternoon
afternoon when he sent a letter pointingout
out that it is their duty to stop thesale
sale of liquor at the Hotel Essex thoParker
Parker House the Adams House nndYoungs
Youngs Hotel four of the largest In thecitv
He alo Mid that ho proposed to inquireof
of the commissioners why they have notshut
shut up the bars at these hotels beforeMoran
Moran says the licenses are void becausethe
the proprietors have violated the act whichprohibits
prohibits the placing or using of curtainsblinds
blinds painted windows or anything thatIn
In any way will interfere with a view ofthe I
the premise where such business ii transacted
Other hnte hove had similar or truMILL10
Takc I Imler Now Cincinnati Administration
istration flN a Matter or Public DntyCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Dec tATe new Democratic
cratic antihose administration this afternoon
noon decided to appoint Joseph S NeaveSuperintendent
Superintendent of the Street Cleaning Deniirtment
niirtment Nenvn is a millionaire hut announced
nounced some time ago that he wouldnccept
nccept thin pIne solely for the good of thecity
cityHe is an enthusiast on the subject ofrlean
clean well kept streets as necessary tothe
the all around advancement of n city Hewys
says he expects lo make Cincinnati knownthroughout
throughout the country R I model MrSeavo
Seavo live in a beautiful home on Grandlnroad
road opposite the grounds of the CountryClub
Club of which he is I member Ho alsobelongs
belongs to the Cincinnati Golf Club theCincinnati
Cincinnati Automobile Club and the OoodRonds
Ronds Association
I ExpeCted to Arrhe From nvada onSaturday
Saturday anil IlPBln ProceedingPlTTRntiio
PlTTRntiio Dec 19Mrs Laura Coreyarifo
wife of tim president of the United StatesSteel
Steel Corporation IIRH left Nevada and Isjn
on her way to Pittsburg to enter divorceproceedings
proceedings against her husband her
ThIs was decided on since Saturday loatMm
C is exacted hero on Saturdayfor
Mm Corey expeced htro SturdyHer
for mother Mrs Frank Campbell of SwlssaJo
vale said this evening that she wouldipend
spend the holidays with herNo
No secret is made now of tho fact thatMrs
Mr Corey Intends to sue here She ismgnred
angered at the failure of W E Corey taken
ken the matter out of the papers Nowhat
that tho worst has been published shevant
vant to return to her old home and flgnttout
It outa
Ejttra raTs on evm train to Cbleio St Louismd
md arn vU the New York Central Lineo
t car inn holiiiwr tttvnl whlfh U larger thantt
Henntorf Widow Ilalli llrhrr and Complains
plains or Cops lixcurMon to CourtAn
An automobile in which Mrs Mark Hannawidow
widow of tho Senator wan riding In company
puny with I young woman watt stopped byBicycle
Bicycle Policeman Itkey of tho West151d
152d street station late yesterday afternoon
noon after a long chase Hlckey ordereiWilliam
William hays the driver to go to tinHarlem
Harlem polo court When they arrivcxthere
there the court had adjourned and thesitting
sitting Magistrate had goneThen
Then Hlckey obliged Hays to take thtmachine
machine to thn station house There MrsHannu
Hanna gave 1100 cash bail for the driverShe
She complained bitterly of the arrest Shinnid
said the automobile had not been exceedIrig
Irig the speed limit She also oamplainecof
of the futile five mile excursion to the court
Hickey said that the car was going thlrtjmiles
miles an hour Ho said that he chased italong
along Riverside Drive from 170th to 18611street
i41 1 El 11 Elf hOSE 111111 II 1 REIIAnil
Anil Sliufhccl HIP Folk In llotiulirn IonIIo
Do That Here The SaidThe
The Bluecher of the Hamburg Line inHoboken
Hoboken wax docking when to the pier anactress
actress came whose friskiness wan shocking
tag een modest folk could not icfrainfrom
from looking at her stocking She mildriot
not have one leg as might h judged fronthis
this expression How could a girl willone
one lone leg keep up with the processiorof
of actresses who still are at the foot o
the profession TIs mere poetic llcenseher
her flashing legs would tally with thoseof
of any other girl in any kind of ballet wintried
tried to kick the mountain top while utanding
lug In the valley But oh her hose wencardinal
cardinal or of hue as expressive A wutvliman <
man on the pier came up and with an ailaggressive
aggressive informed her If waN wrong tcwave
wave her hone in joy excessive at neeingan
an old chum awaving kisses from thnBluecher
Bluecher She stopped and mt uponbox nbox
box where hut few eyes could reach hertook
took off her hose and murmured li
will b a novel feature And later outiixjn
upon the pier she sot the male folks grinning
by waving in her hand this time whathe
she in the beginning had been debarredfrom
from doing when they decked her underpinning
At Thl Km of the UrlUce and KitnineSin
Sin nil Noon Will lieTho
Tho crush on the Manhattan end of theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Bridge was as fierce as usual lastnight
night for the new platform on the southside
side is not yet completed After January 1when
when the Improvements will be finishedIt
It is expected that the congestion will be cutin
in half for there will be two platforms fromwhich
which passengers can enter trains Moretrains
trains can then be run and the crowdhandled
handled with greater caseThe
The new platform on the north side proveda
a great improvement yesterday morningThe
The crowd discharged from the cars wasdivided
divided half going to the promenade aaformerly
formerly while the remainder disembarkedon
on the new platform The time of egressIs
Is about hal of what it was formerlyBIXK
Jury Finds Tat Imtiodcn ali Hill Conspired
gplrccl Against Demer HankDENVEH
DENVEH Dec lO Leonard B Imbodennnd
and J A Hill who have been on trial fortwo
two weeks for conspiracy to wreck theDenver
Denver Savings Bonk were tonight convicted
victed on four of thE nix counts of the Indictment
dictment The penalty is ono to ten year
imprisonment nnd a fine of JlOOO on eachcount
count The defendants were allowed untilDecember
December 23 to file I motion for a newtrial
SCIKCK MEASURES t VIS 1Phonopraph CEPhonoRrapb
Phonograph Photometer unit OjclllomelerTell
Tell Court o Elevated Train nnnyinrrnBOSTON
BOSTON Dec toTh first use of thnphonograph
phonograph in court in a damage suit fornols
noise has resulted in a verdict for the plaintiffs
A P Loring owner of the Albany Building
log sued the Boston Elevated Companyfor
for 100000 because trains passing aroundthe
the corner of the building caused annoyance
A phonograph was bought into court toreproduce
reproduce the noise made by the trainsas
as they passedA
A photometer was also used to show thediminution
diminution of light due to tho erection ofthf
the elevated structure and an oecillometershowed
showed photographs of the air wavesturbed disturbed
turbed during the passing of 1 trainA
A verdict of 45000 was given with Interest
est Ihl total making 58297
TVUenmln E eoiithe ItUI < nnllfy HI VnltedPlaten
Platen SenatorMADISON
MADISON Wit Dec JO Robert MLa
Lfl Follettn today resigned the Governorship
ship of Wisconsinto qualify as United StatesSenator
Senator to which office he was electedby
by the State legislature last winterThn
The resignation takes effect on January
LieutOov Davidson will succeedLa
ar 1 Llelt Dulr nn 11 er
La Follettevrrrtr
vrrrtr CLERKHunt tISSINGhunt
Hunt for mi Irmpln > ee Under Frlds neeorda
orda Are Clone TooThe
The Mutual Life authorities have beenfor
for several days looking for a clerk in thnsupply
supply department of that InstitutionThe
The Mutual authorities I is said are alsolooking
looking for come records in that department
moat which have disappearedThe
The supply department was under thncharge
charge of Andy Field the Mutual LifesBilegislatlvn
Bilegislatlvn generalissimo The Armstrong
strong Investigating committee han beenlooking
looking for Fields for two months hutdasnt
dasnt been able to locate him Members3f
3f the old management of the Mutuallestidod
testified before the committee that theytind
tind received word that Fields was toI
ill to appearnEns
nEns Ills cuirrLEn ITACEEAccident
Railway Accident lust Before IVcrtillncDay
Day NecessItated Amputation of FootPiTTsnuno
PiTTsnuno Doc 19 James T McCorklein
in attorney of Pueblo Cal ltd Miss LuluMay
May Xosblt of Oakdnle a suburb of thislty
city were married this evening Thewedding
wedding was set for September 28 but onugunt
August 10 Miss Xesblt met with n railroadiccident
accident which necessitated the
Iccldent nclWted amputation
ton of one of her feetMiss
Miss Nesblt wired her fiance1 that shewould
would release him from the engagementHis
His only reply was to hurry to her bedsidemd
md plead that the ceremony b performed
at onoe but the physicians advised a delay
lay A second operation waji necessarymd
md her leg was amputated a few inoheaibovo
above the ankle
N1 Y G VIADUCTPassenger
Passenger Killed 8and Badlyand
and Many InjuredA SlightlyInjured
Coach of Stamford Train Oarailed
railed and Telescope
Inrntfr or Poacllkeepile train Sremito
to IIu > e Passed Signals Closing thnTrack1IU
Traek ilk locomotlte Htrac NetrIlacn
haters Linn Train on Switch at 104thStreet
Street 1 time Injured In One CnrOne
One More tls > Die Hody WedgedIn
In Mreck of Next Frames Could otllnKxtrlcHted
KxtrlcHted for Tour llouri Fanlnjulckly
julckly riipckrd Tracln Stains onlirlslinii
lirlslinii Miopnrn Ioit PackU mlucuI tIml
UHIS Trafllu 1101 for HoursThe
The northbound Poughkeep local traindue
due to leave the Giand Central Stationat
at 027 oclock P M smashed taut night alutthm 6lUltli
lUltli street into the 630 Stamford trainalso 5iso
also northbound ant cut it in twoOno
One patu > engel on the Stamford trainwas
I was killed on the spot One was so badlyhurt
hurt that it is very doubtful If he cansurvive
survive Seven were seriously hurt andtwentysix
twentysix others less seriouslyThe
The Poughkeeple local I New YorkCentral
Central train left the Grano Central Station
tion on time It curried eight earn sixwith
with passengers The Stamford train ofthe
the New York and New Haven line leftthree
three minutes later I was 1 lde up of fivecare
care It ran on track 4 the tnont westerlyof
of the four tracks of the NeW York Centraltunnel
tunnel and viaduct The Poughkeepslatrain
train was on track 3 the nexti insidethree IJthree
three minutes later I Tn on track 4the Jthe
the mOlt westernly of the fur tracks ofthe Lithe
the Now York Central tunnelond viaduc iThe
The Poughkeopsie train waK on track jfthe
the next InsideThe ji I
The Stamford train though starting laterjwas
was due to reach 104th street ahead of thelocal
local Usually these two trains keep tothe
the tracks on which they startall the waynorth
north Last night however he airbrake Jof
of a train at 110th street broko down on track I4
4 tying up that lineThere lThere
There II a switch at 104th street where thatracks
tracks run along a viaduct and the traindespatcher tclespatcher
despatcher sent word to the towerraan toswitch
switch the Stamford train on to track 3This m fTitle
This was possible owing to its greaterspeed Uspeed
Engineer Jerry Murphy ofthn Stamfordtrain
train says that the semaphore signals atthe
the switch Indicated that he had a cleartrack
track and should go ahead An the signalsystem
system is automatic this should have putup ijhup
up a block for track 3 at I point couthof rJof 1
of the switchIf jIf
If that signal was up before lie reached ItEngineer 111
Engineer Horn of the Poughkeepsie trainIgnored JIgnored
Ignored It Officials of thaTnad bald lastnight 1nght
night that it was Rt Ho wa Tunning thirtymiles j
miles an hour when the Stamford trslniwhich
which had drawn ahead off him suddenlyturned
turned in on hip trackHn
Hn reversed and put onrihn air bra ihut Iian
but his train had hardly slowed at all Thrit >
i struck the express between the srookorand Pand
and the first general passenger coachCnABHED
The engine the baggage car and tinsmoker
smoker of tho Stamford train went on doW
track 3 until they were stopped by EngineerMurphy
Murphy The first of the other three earnwas
was thrown back on to tjiotios of trackbv tby
by the collision The last two Stamford xoars
oars did not leave the rails of track 4atnil
all The three cars travelled a wholwblock
block of their ow motion before theY
came to a stop the leading car bumpIng
Ing and jolting and stumbling over the reAl
trucks of the smoker which It carried onits
its couplingt
A n point near moth street the Vadinitderailed iderailed
derailed car tipped over against the handrail
rail of the viaduct pUohtng a mass of tiesflfll
and ten feet of uteeVfrijll into the streetbelow
below By that tlmaiJjp inside of the carwas
was A mass of kindlirfR jfood and the passengers
sengera were Jtimhffd together againsttbe
the outer wallThe = lThe
The seoDnd car of three partly telescoped
coped the first arid i was at the pint iwhere
where this happened that the most seriousinjuries iinjuries
injuries were inflictdiVhen
When the Poughkfepsie train respondedlo
to the nirbrakfls and anin to I trop ifsforward
forward cars were opposite the wreckedStamford
Stamford coauh A imall panic broke outnmong
among the women hut it was stopped ontho
the spot by the rAe passengers and Ihotraumen iIItrainmen
trainmen Then thomen poured out towhAt acewhat
whAt they could doThe IThe
The Injure car lay on its side with bothpndu
end blocked The front was tangled upwith
with the truck of the smoker nnd the rearwan
wan jammed against the front end of thnsecond
second car Thn passengers ran bckltore itore
tore down the emergency tools from theirnwn iiti
own train and smashed an entrance throughDie u1jttime
Die wreckage of the roar end8C11KAM8 9SCBFAMtI
By that tiny the injured had recovered
a little from time first tuniiing shock andwore
were screaming and groaning inside Onajy
cratlnp prnninp orob
jy ono the comparatively uninjured pasng
tengers in the wrecked car pas cd the badlyBounded
Bounded out Two physicians on thaoughkoeppie j
oughkoeppie train at once took chargeThey jThey
They laid the wounded out in their owncar
car and applied first aidAlmost I tAlmost
Almost the first to como through tbwwreckage
wreckage was nn old gentleman In clericalIress IYfrees
frees half conscious and covered withnlood Iblood
blood He was the Rev William B Wallerviftor jpastor
pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Greenwich
wich ConnThere 1There
There was a dead man under me hnaid
aid ii
When the volunteer rescue corps hadDont Itjorti
Dont scowl Thnt htromlni IUv yourll ehII yf Iglusal
glusal Aft mttd J nf ej 1 Maldn Lane N YAft SAgv

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