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VOL LXX1VNO 14 + + NEW YORK FRIDAY SEPTEMBER J4 19064OWrfril tool bj rAil R un Printing and PbliAlnll AuoclCllon
CORTELYOU NOW TALKED OF
AS THE REPUBLICAN CAXDIDATran
ran GOVKRXORfloraio
for UeateaanlGovernoiU
floraio White
U the Suggestion of RepublicanWiove
Wiove Heard From Oyster IIiyOdeIlugeit
gnccnta That Hoots the ManRepublicans
Republicans discussed yesterday thefollowing
following ticketFor
For Governor George B Cortelyou olHempstead
Hempsteadfor
for IJwtenantGovernor Horaca WhIUof
of SyracuseTtio
The Republicans who talked about tblatlolrft
tleketwereof national and State Importancenod
and they Mid that they had heard Itt
wbUperod at Oyster Bay and elsewhereMr
Mr Cortelyou is PostmasterGeneral tI1PIUlWent
Praildent Koosevolfs Cabinet and wuS
of Commerce
S aretary of the Department
merce and Labor under President Roosevelt
velt Ho was President MoKlnloys tsl
l tant secretary and ls now also chairman
man ot the Republican national committeeMr
Mr White has represented at AlbanyM
M State Senator for ten years the Onondaga
daga district Both Mr Cortelyou andMr
Mr White are young men Both havebeen
been hearty HUpporters of President Roosevelt
velt Oov Higftinas friends have not given uphope
hope of hlo renomination They are between
tween wind and water though It waspointed
pointed out because the Governor hasnot
not let it be known whether he U a candidate
date for renomlnatlon and this has provedmost
most embarrassing to the Governors pereonal
tonal friends at AlbanyDisinterested
Disinterested Republicans who are wellInformed
Informed but who have not taken anypart
part in the factional disturbances of theIlepubllcan
Republican organization said yesterdaythat
that they believed Oov Higgins to be absolutely
solutely out of the race and that It wouldbe
be most unwise to nominate him and theyMid
Mid that nobody was more responsiblefor
for this state of affairs than the Governorsfriends
friends who precipitated In the meetingof
of the Republican State committee thatresolution
resolution which was contrary to all precedent
edent calling for the election of LieutGov
Gov Bruce as temporary chairman of theRepublican
Republican State convention at Saratogain
in September 25That
That resolution Mid one of the Governors
ernors friends at the Republican Club lastnight
night baA turned out fatally for GovHljglnn
Hljglnn Gov Higgins lost In the committee
mittee by one vote and the resolution thusmade
made the Governor on Its face a minorityfactional
factional candidateMr
Mr Barnes has proved also that GovHiggins
Higgins in his vote of 18 In the committeerepresented
represented districts which would sendmany
many more delegatee to the State ooriventlonthan
than Mr Odell would from the district represented
resented by the IB votes which Mr Odellcontrolled
controlled But Mr Dames argument isspecious
specious That resolution made Oov Higgins
gins a factional candidate and the Governors
ernors out of it I am quite sure Just BOwith
with Mr Hughes He too is out of It MrOdell
Odell has made Mr Hughes the factionalOdell
Odell candidate just aa much as GovUIgguiss
higgins friends In the State committeemads
made the Governor a factional candidateThe
The difference between Gov Higgins andMr
Mr Hughes though is that Oov Higginshas
has a substantial following of Republicansup
up the State especially whereas Mr Hugheshis
his no following at all except Mr Odell MrQuigg
Quigg and Mr Dady and they have oilybeen
been using Mr Hughess name for purposesof
of their ownBom
Bom Odell was in town again yesterdaybut
but be did not attack the Republican President
dent or the Republican Governor again Hehad
had heard or read that a great many Republicans
publicans would like to nee Elihu RootSecretary
Secretary of State In President RooseveltsCabinet
Cabinet nominated for Governor and BoasOdell
Odell knowing that Secretory Root wouldnot
not return to the United States beforeOctotar
October 5 ten days after the SaratogaConvention
Convention saidIt
S
It would afford me great pleasure tosupport
support the lion Elihu Root for the nomination
nation for Governor He Is an able manhe
he L popular and can bo elected Twoyears
years ago I favored the nomination of MrHoot
Root for Governor lIe could have hadthe
the nomination without a particle of opposition
sition if he would have accepted It Ihave
have no intimation thut he will accept thisyear
yearThe
The farts are that two years ago MrRoot
Root would not hays accepted any nomination
nation at the hands of Odell any more thanhe
he would this year Nobody It won emphatically
phatically stated last night by the friendsof
of Mr Root and Mr Odell knows this tobe
be the situation better than OdellBoss
Boss Odell took a new tack with MrHiijthesn
Hiijthesn name yesterday when be wasaeked
asked if he had found any growing sentiment
ment for Mr HugheXo
Xo he replied I cannot say that Ihave
hares
Itecurrini to Elthu Root Bonn Odell paidThere
There would be no question about binelection
election But I shall support any candidate
date nominated by the Republican Htateconvention
conventionFven
Even HigglnaYes
YOI will support higgins If he Is nominated
inatedRepublicans
Republicans began to talk yesterdayaeain
again about Hose Odells successor as Statechairman
chairman They gave it to be their opinionthat
that It would be either William Barnes Jrof
of Albany or Timothy L Woodruff of Brooklyn
lyn A good deal will depend though asto
to the choice of a State chairman upon theresult
result of the primaries In all of the fiveborough
borough on Tuesdaynnu
nnu > SCHOOLS SAYS THK MAYORAnd
And Still More Hehooli Thats the OnlyThingnut
Thingnut Wo r1 MoneyMayor
Mayor McClellan mid yesterday that thoonly
only nay to solve the problem of givingadequate
adequate school accommodation to thoThe
children oUIto city wato build mom IIChooll4The
The solution of the problem he Hold isto
to build build build But the money must
bs obtained However an the people ofthe
the city seem anxious that more schoolswould
would bo provided their wishes must ItaI
ot > eyed and It will be the policy of the administratIon
ministratIon to build new school4 as quicklyMr
as possIbIeMr
Mr McClellan said that ho had had aconference
conference yesterday with President Winthrop
throp and VIcePresldent Groeiin of theh
Board of Education and that they had told1m
him that when tho duplicate and othererroneous
erroneous school registrations had beenweeded
weeded out them would be a large diminucn
Uon of time registration figures which Ifem
to how that there are about 80000 childrenAfttr
on part timeAftu
Afttr all lib rt tile Secto
ttet aads ski blfabtU UmouM
i i
FOR EXTERMINATION OF JEWSOdptia
Odptia Ilaranled by the mark HundredU
Dead 0 f Inc Hlrdire aiamaprpXptcinl
Xptcinl CaW Dtiptaoin to TUB HUMODEMA
ODEMA 8 pt ISThe city In placardedwith
with 1 proclamation of the Union of tImeituisslan
HiiMlan People tho mack liundmlurging
urging all patriots to exterminate the JewsMembers
Members of the organization am visitingall
all the houses making note of the Jewishdwellings
dwellingsPeasant
Pent have burned the town of Kooplnin
in the district of Knmenetz an exclusively
Jewish town The number killed in theattack
t07n tltattk
attack is unknownThe
The town of Kalwarja In the government
ment of Suwalkl the population of whichwas
WI mainly Jewish has also been destroyedwith
with fr
Nine Laborites members of the TownCouncil
Council here were arrested today chargedwith
with revolutionary practices In armingworkmen
workmen to resist the roughs in attackingthe
the Jew They will b tried summarilyby
by a courtmartial constituted In accordance
ance with the reoent Government orderThere
There Is difficulty In gutting officers to serveon
on courtamartlal hero and elsewhereMany
Many have refused to are preferringto
to resign from the army The name ofthose
assassinatedST those serving are kept secret 5Sr lest they b
ST PKTBMBCRO Sept 33The officialaccount
account of the massacre at Sledlce saysthat
that the disturbance originated with someBhota
shots fired at officers from houses on Monday
day and Tuesday lost and also on the sentries
tries on post at the Treasury from a gardennear
near by Six men were wounded by tbe
shotsJews
Jews who were wounded I the subsequentdisturbances
disturbances received treatment i theChristian
Christian hospital Three of these die
In the Jewish capital seventeen died andthere
there are twelve seriously wounded andsixty
sixty slightly wounded There have beentwentyione
twentyione burials in the Jewish cemeteryFiftyfour
Fiftyfour arrests were mode fortythreeof
of them for carrying weapons TwelveIncendiary
Incendiary fires started during th Violsbut
but the firemen prevented them fromspreading
spreading Seven cannon shots were firedby
by th artillery Perfect quiet had beenrestored
restored yesterdayILIFR
ILIFR ALL SHE HAD TO GIVEGirl
Girl Slayer of Gea Mien Hanged nerInscription
Inscription on a PhotographSptelal
Sptelal CoAli DnvatiA to Tot SmtLONDON
LONDON Sept ISA despatch from StPetersburg
Petersburg says that Zenalde Konoplianlkova
kova the slayer of Gen Mien who wasbanged
banged yesterdaywas taken at night fromthe
the fortress of St Peter and St Paul on aGovernment
Government cutter escorted by a toredob
boats through the sleeping city to LakeLadoga
Ladoga where she was landed at theSchuesselbnrg
Schuesselbnrg prison Yesterday roomingat
7 oclock she aroused She refusedto
at oclok Ihe wan arlRd refusdto
to see a priest firmly mounted the steps t
the fold and her last words 8 therope
rope was placed around her neck wereLong
Long live the social revolution landand
and libertyMiss
11 Konopllanlkova presented her sister
ter at her last interview with a hotoBrh
graph oMjerself InscribedMy
My life is all I had to giveTIMES
TIlES ARE BIL10VSSir
Sir James CrlrhtenBrown Says MotoringIt
It One of the Want AipeetSptelal
Sptelal Cable Dnpatc to Tea SUNLONDON
LONDON Sept 13Slr James CrlchtonBrown
Brown a leading authority on mentaldiseases I
diseases addressing the congress of sanitaryinspectors
inspectors at Blackpool today said thotemperament
temperament of the times was biliousNervous
Nervous diseases were Increasing A gospelof
of recreation by communication withnature
nature was neededRapid
natr wa nee
Rapid locomotion was I crate Involvingblindness
blindness to natural beauty Fast motoring
ing at Its worst tended to homicidal maniaA
A confirmed motorist must become sluggishin
excitable in HeDeclared
in intellect and exctblo temper
Declared that the newspaper wan one oftho
tho bulwarks of sanity and that it uctedupon
upon nervous life like a current of electricity
tricity and dissIpated megalomaniaSULTAX
SULTAN IX NEED OF RESTProf
Prof Herrmann Keys He Has Recoveredbut
but Is mill WeakJptclal
Jptclal CaM Dtipatcb la TDK 1
CONBTANTINOPLB Sept laProf Bcrgmann
mann who with lila assistant Dr Bierarrived
Berlin last toldTUB
arrived hero from Brln lat Monday
TUB SUN correspondent today that theSultan
Sultan had recovered from his illness butwas
was still weak and needed restMr
Mr Irishman the American Ambassadorsays
says that the newspaper reports as to binattitude
attitude in the ambassadorial question aremere
mere conjecture He says he has not takenany
any steps since he requested an nudlonoowith
with the Sultan nix weeks ago The recentaudiences
audiences to the English and French Ambassadors
bassadors Mr Lehhman says were givenin
in respond to reque tn made before bo r
turned from AmericaClitna
Clitna Has a Mew Army HeadSfftM
SfftM Cotta Dnpittli to TRI HimPEKIN
PEKIN Sept 33It In reported tlintVunnHhlhKai
VunnHhlhKai Viceroy of the province ofPphllilin
Pphllilin tieen transferred to Pekin BH
commander in chief of th new armyGen
Gen Tuna Fang Viceroy of th provincesof
of Cheklang and Fokien is it is said tosucceed
succeed him In the vlceroyalty of Pochlll
chi The post given YuonShlhKal placeshim
him very close to th ThroneNew
New Guard for Our Iekln LegationHpfdnt
lipid Cablt Deipatclt In TllK SCKPEKIN
PEKIN Sept 13The marines from theUnited
United States who are t relieve thoR nowon
on guard at the American Legation are expected
pected to arrive September 1 The JapaneseLegation
Legation guards aro in quarantine bocntico
Lgaton
of an outbreak of smallpox among thotnIloth
Iloth the Humberts Set FreeSjifrtuJ
SjifrtuJ Cabtt 1 it patch to TUB SimPnis
PAnS Sept 13 Madame Tb rte Humbert
bert was released from prison today underthe
the conditional liberation law The releaseU
U made in consideration of tho state of herhealth
health a she ban to undergo an operationFrederic
Frederic Humbert her husband was alsoreleased
released later In the dayJapanese
Japanese Out of Mukden ProvinceSprcil
Sprcil taUt Unpiilth to Tom SUMLONDON
LONDON Sept 13Slr Edward GreySecretary
Secretary for Foreign Affairs received today
day a telegram from tho British ChargridAffnlres
dAffnlres at Pokin saying that tho Japanese
ROe troops had been withdrawn fromthe
the Province of Mukden and that the townsof
of Tlehling Tungchlangtno and Fakumnnhod
hit been opened by the Chinese Gsvcrnmentto
to international traxle
1000 TO 1no TO PACiriC f 04STvl
via MlHOUrl Itfinc and IVnvcr A RIo Grand nrs
Iuilcand
We afiale Unr Ihrouth Hnflsy MouaUlntTlcfcrt
I Tlcfcrt on MIB tally until onobiT > ih Ibroughinurlil
ilv
In
TIIt W Uroadwir
Ads laurui lc ci > luit car 1nrtlcuUis lrldwy
1
AUTO BOAT ABLAZE IN RIVERonn
onn x nit I Till OTHKHS POIWKITO
TO I1lIP WJWWMfWUvrlx
lively Fliilnh of time HniUen River HsecII
I U llowUrns Merrrilr V MTlkCIre ATsfcw
Tsfcw Fire Near the MIke IIoM1 IIlloaillrys
lloaillrys Urn I Rescue tbe MenH
1 L Bowen auto boat MercedesU
U H A which oama from Bmtoh to takepart
part In the races of the Motor Boat Clubof
of America on the Hudson River caughtflro
fir yesterday aftemooif off 110th streetwhen
when nearing the finish of the raceMr
Mr Bowden Cnpt James Barr whosteered
steered her and Charles Bonle the mechanician
clan gathered at the stern waiting for helpSeveral
Several bout put out to their rescue butbefore
before thoy could reach the burning velIthellet
the heat bat become HO Intense that the menhod
had to jump Into the river and take thtlrclanC
chance of being picked up They were Inthe
the water some minutes swimming awayfrom
from the burning boat The heat wan HOgreat
great that the rescuers could not get nearthe
the menThe
The Mercedes had started In the race forhigh
high speed boats a feet lon and underSho
HIm had to go three times around a triangular
la course making In all SOjf nautical milesShe
She was just nearing the finishing markwhen
when she suddenly stopped and It was seenby
by those on the houseboat 01 the clubthat
that the men on the boat were working atthe
the motor These craft have a habit ofbreaking
breaking dftwn and not much notice wastaken
taken of the mishapSuddenly
Suddenly the men lifted the covers ontho
the motors and fane them down quicklyThen
Then flames shot up In the air The MeredCI
odes was about a quarter of a mile of
shore and was drifting with the tide upstream
stream toward the boat that marked thefinishing
finishing linerAs
As soon as the flames shot up the threemen
men went as far oft as poasibfe and stoodon
on the stem of the boat waiting for anultanoa
Sam T revenue cutter Manhattanstarted
and at thesame
started for the burning boat
same moment a boat was lowered from exCommodore
Commodore Frederick G Bur steamerColonla
Colonla Three boats also put o fromthe
the shore J H Hoadleya Den 1 wasnear I
near the houseboat and those watchingthe
the races shouted to him to 1 out and ina Ia
a moment the Den was tearing throughthe Itbe
the waterThe
The three men on the burning vesselstood
too the heat a long a they could andthen
then all three jumped into the water andwere
were later picked up by the Dn BarrMr
Mr Hoadley sold was almost gone whanrescued
rescued but the others were not muchthe
the worse for their duckingFor
For a timeit looked a though t lieMercedes
Thocutter
cedes would be totally destroyed
cutter Manhattan got t windward of theburning
burning boat and turned a stream of wateron
on her Then the crew of the cutter gotto
t work with I chemical fire e tlnlW rand
and soon put th fire out The Mercedeswas
was towed to th floatMr
Mr Bowden said that they had 1 muchgasolene
into the cylinder thatinstead
gasolene pumping cllnden thtin
instead of exploding it burned and eoraeof
of the burning fluid was forced out throughthe
the exhaust This set fire to tb gasolenethat
that had gathered in the bottom of theboat
boat and In a minute after this had caughtthe
the boat was in flames Ho did not thinktho
the Mercedes was very badly damagedMr
Mr Bowden I a Boston merchant Heowns
owns a house on Marblehead Neck and inaddition
addition to th Mercedes owns the FlyingDutchman
Dutchman another auto boat tliu ntnamyacht
yacht Sally and th sonder boat hayseed
111 that took part In tb trials held to nolectdefenders
lectdefenders for the Roosevelt cup JamesBarr
Barr Is the son of Copt John Burr whonailed
nailed tin Thistle in the Cup races in 1HS7He
He is 1 nephew of Capt Charles BurrMVES
MVES I SMITH WEDSMarrlr
Marries Mr ntilnelamler Stewart at MriUrexels
Urexels Place In ScotlandSprflJl
SprflJl CaMs Drspatctl to Tea SUMLONDON
LONDON Supt ISMm RhlnelanderStewart
Stewart was married today to James HenrySmith
Smith the wealthy Now Yorker at PhonesLodge
Lodge Mrs Drexelrt place In IiivwriiewiBhlre
hire Scotland The Rev James AnderoonmlnUtor
minister of the parish of Alvlaln which MrSmiths
Smiths shooting lodge of Dunachton issituated
situated officiated A hugel > onfira i bur
ing on Alvie Hill this evening In celebrationof
of the weddingREGEXT
RE < ET OF naUXSWlCK DEADIt
It Duke of Cumberland Decent NuwrrdKaUrr
Kaiser May Name Lilacs KltelSp
ipecfd CwW Dtipalrli la Tifi SUMCAURNZ
CAURNZ Germany Sept 13 AlbrechtPrince
Prince of PrussIa Regent of the Duchy ofllnirwwiok
Brunswick who recently suffered a strokeof
of apoplexy died todayThe
The death of Prince Albyecht will it inexpected
expected remit in the Duke of Cumberlandaccepting
accepting tho succession to the deceasedPrince
Prince Regent and abandoning his prunIonl
sion to the reeetablWiment of Hanover OHan
an independent kingdom which bar himfrom
from the succession Should he not takethta
Ibis course It L thought probable that theKaiwr
Kaiser who will then have the power ofappointment
appointment will Install his uecond wonEilel
Eilel Frederick as Regent of the Dudiyof
of Brunswick with a view lohiswiccetwlonan
ruler
an hereditary
Prince Albrht had bon Regent sinceISM
ISM Ho won bom In 1837 fie was ason
son of the late Prince Albrecht o Pruiwlabrother
brother of the frt German Emperor William
lam L The heir to the throne of Brunswick
wick is the Duke of Cumberland but he IIesclude iexcluded
excluded owing to his refusal to give uphi
bo claim to the throne of Hanover Effortsmode
mode In recent yearn t bring about anunderstanding
understanding between Emperor Williamand
and the Duke of Cumberland on this matterlme
have always failed and in 10 the Government
ernment of the Duohy of Brunswick Bentto
t the Diet a memorandum declaring thatthe
the Puke of Cumberland was not the sovereign
ereign of the duchy and that D one couldbo
b its sovereign unless he was a federalprince
princeEarthquake C
Earthquake In Chile DrIed a Riverfipiclal
fipiclal cMt Dupalelt to Tea NUMSANTIAGO
SANTIAGO DB CHIIB Sept 13 Severalearthquakes
earthquakes occurred today between thiscity
city and Manic They are ascribed tothe
th eruption of a Chilean volcano Partof
of the Bio Bio River b was made dryby
by th upheaval of the land near its mouthCur
Cur and Family on a CrulietprfUt
tprfUt Cab Dei faith to Till SufcST
ST PuTBasntiMo Sept nTbe C arCrarlna
Czarina and their children sailed on theImperial
Standard thin afternoon fora
Imperial yacht Stndar thi aftemon
a cruise along the coast of FinlandTODAY
TODAY you r all drink fteh lrsp usleeprrud
pmord In your MfblII
I T Dewey a Sent C fid flUtes hi NYjd
14
MtWAY I COOIflltTents
Tents at the Brooklyn Itrlilge NtatlonNew
New Apparatus HelpsChief
Chief KnglnterRIco of the Rapid TraiwltCotnmixnlou
Cotnmixnlou and th engineers of the subway
way have been making thermometer tenMat
at the Brooklyn Bridge station of the 111
way to determine what effect the nowventilating
ventilating and coolIng apparatus IIOM hadTheir
Their tcHttt show that the air In the bridgestation
station In much purer than before the allp
ratus was put in and that It Is now at leastfour
four degree cooler on the bridge Htatlonplatform
platform hun on the tttreet levelAt
At a oclock yesterday afternoon aniomneter thermometer
mometer gave the temperature In thebridge
bridge station at 78 degree It was ttdp
Park the TimeSquare
degree in City Hull At Tlme
Square station of the subway where thonew
new apparatus Jiannt been Installed yetthe
the temperature was 8 degrees At thl
Fourteenth street tat Ion it wan 83 degreeSince
Since 4ho ventilating and cooling app
ratus was Installed In the Brooklyn Bridgestation
station the only ona where it IH workingthe
the station has been pjeaxantly cool Hubway
way passengers the pout few days havenltloed
nOtloe the difference gratefullyGeneral
General Manager Hedley and Chiefgngincer
gngincer Rice of the Rapid Transit Commission
mission said yesterday afternoon that theHuccom
Huccom of the now apparatus at the Brooklyn
lyn Bridge station makes It certain thatnext
next summer the subway will bo endurablePERUS
PERUS HOSPITALITY TO IWOTA
A Special Session or the Senate Over theNerretarys
Nerretarys IIt
Spjoial CubS Dtivatr to Tux SUMLIMA
LIMA Sept ISThe oflioers of the Ponivian
nivian cruiser Iquitos tonight gave a banquet
quet In hotter of the officer of limo cruiserCharleston
Charleston The commander of tho IqultoxIn
In toasting the guests exprmaod gratltudofor
for the kindness and attention shown himat
at Panama by Joy Davis and MinisterBarrett
BarrettBocreUiy
Secretary Root visited the mint todayTho
T director presented Mrs Root with acollection
collection of the coins struck off since theIndependence
Independence of the country Mr Rootand
and the other members of his party werepresented
presented with meal In commemorationof
of their visit later Mr Root visited thofamous
famous palace of th Marquises of Torretagle
tagle which was built In 1715Tha
The party finally attended a special seesion
pry lnly atende plallelon
elon of the Senate which voted to wend acable
cable despatch to the American Senate expressing I
pressing its pleasure at Mr Roots visitthe
the purposes of which the message addedwould
would strengthen the frittndHhlp and y
pathy Peru profeHciM for the great republicTomorrow
Tomorrow the American party will makea
a trip on the Croya RailwayJ
llna Hoot is Hi ffering from a slight coldHOIMV
HOIMV PUT TO IUR TEXTNuddenly
Suddenly Corifronlfil by Corpse of Murilwetl >
tiered Woman ana llrrraved llunljtmlPiULADBLPliiAKept
PiULADBLPliiAKept 13 Cltarlotto Kellywho
who kept the boarding house whereMm
Ir Maurice K Jowl WM murdaredlast
last Monday afternoon was suddenly confronted
fronted with the body of the dead womanarranged
arranged in a ghastly position this afternoon
noonFor
For a moment the suspected woman wasrigid
rigid then elm screamed and fainted Ina
a few moments she recovered kneeled besldo
sldo tho bier and kissed th forehead of thecorpwj
corpwjAt
At the same time lewis the husbandwho
who had been concealed row beside tlwcvflln
cvflln Miss Kelly held her hands out to himand
and shrieked I didnt da It I swearI
I dont know who killed her Then sheburst
burst into hysterical weeping and was ledinto
into another roomAfter
After thin Miss Kelly was hurriedly takenback
back t the City Hall She was still tubbinghyntericully
hyntericullyEarlier
Earlier in lh day detectives took MissKelly
Kelly over the route she claims to liavecovered
covered on Monday during the tlma MrsLewis
Lewis was murdered Her statementwere
were verified at each point and apparentlya
a perfect alibi was establlaliedSomers
Somers the star boardor is ullll confinedIn
In City HallMORE
MORE PAY FOR STREET CIR MEXNew Aew
New Vork City n B Co Raises Wages titMotormrn
Motormrn and ConrturlortOren
Oren Root Jr viceprwldent and general
eral manager of the New York City Railway
way Company announced last night anew
new scale of wagon for employees of thomirfaro
mirfaro lines In Manhattan to go into effectSunday
Sunday September liThe
The old rate for motormen wo from
210 to 260 a day The new rate h from2tt
122 a day for beginners t 260 n dayfor
for those who havn boon In the servlcomore
more than five yearsFor
For conductors flue old wag was from
200 to 238 a day The new rate in from
n11 t 243Commenting
Commenting on the Increase of wageMr
lonluentnl
Mr Root saidWe
We feel that New York city sltould liavothe
the bent service of any city In the countryWe
We are trying to attract the mOt capableemploye
employees to thw city by offering themeincreased
increased wagon which On on a average
35 tnt a day higher than those paid byany
any other surface traction company In thoEast
EastnEMAxns
nEMAxns nJo FROM DOCTORFormer
Former Patient Arrmlcil for Tlireatrnlnglrtter
lrtter Said to lie Inane
Alfred J Flattery 28 yearn old who livesat
at 2 East tymcond street was amintedlast
last night on a charge of attempted blackmail
mal The complaint was lodged by DrJ
J Clarence Sharp of G West Fortysixthstreet
street one of th visiting physicians of thePrenbyterian
Prenbyterian Hospital who told the pollenthat
that on September 1 h had received aletter
letter threatening him with death if 2oouwas
was not Immediately Battled upon tliewriters
writers sister Lilly Flattery
wrs ar which was signed and borethe
the address of Flattery said that Dr Sharphad
had caused the ill health of the writerthrough
through a faulty operation performed uponhim
him three years ago The physician recognized
nized Flattery tth police station as apatient
patient upon whom h had operated at thoPresbyterian
Presbyterian Hospital for a deformity ofthe
the nasal bones and who had been dincharged
charged perfectly curedWhen
When Detective Crotty went to arrestFlattery
Flattery th roans sister told him that herbrothers
brothers mind was unbalanced Dr Hliorpconcurred
concurred In th opinion when be sawFlattery
Flattery at the police stationRussian
Flnttr pUo sltonaua
Russian Army ORleort Daughter TrieAiiaitlnatloa
AiiaitlnatloaIprrlnl
Iprrlnl Cab nnpalelt lo THI SuBEIWB
Banns Sept ISThe woman who botHer
Herr Mueller at Interlaken on September 1having
having mistaken him for Pierre Durnovoformer
former Russian Minister of the Interior hasbc
been Identified as Tatlana Lconticff of StPetersburg
Petersburg daughter of a highly placedmilitary
military officer
TAMMANY CANT BACK HEARS
VO HOPE OF A PElt rr IIIFILL
11 TICKET WAS XAMKItMurphy
Murphy I If Said Hrcognlrrs That leCant
Cant lRnut Hit Hupport to an OullavCanillilate
Canillilate iiilllvans Now Hold telalanee
lltlance of Vowrr In lbs HallThe
The situation in Tammany In clearing upTbl
This was the opinion expressed by the moncompetent
competent authorltlm yesterday Theluatln
situation began to clear up It wan oddejfrom
from the moment William R Hearst saw thathe
he could not carry out hIs underntandlnjwith
carr
with William J Conner of Buffalo actlniOH
OH the reprtMtmtative Charles F Murphyto
to adjourn hU convention entirely untalter
after the regular Dnmocrutla oonveutluiaMeiiiMes
aMeiiiMes at Buffalo on Mapteummler 25Very
Very few outside of tho game It wamentlonoil
mentioned yesterday have fully approclateil
elated the difficulties under which MrHe
He mt ban sailed for several weeks Jludidnt
didnt want to nominate himself for Clovernor
nor at bio convention became hi hail bnei1ml
led to believe by Mr Conner Htlll actni
OH the rtiroseiitutivo of Mr Murphy iliaif
if he dMnt do HO and Mr Murphy won atthe
the Tammany primaries on Heptfliuhti
18 Mr Murphy would swing over the lo
Tammany delegate to Mr Unarm ltutlalo
BuffaloThen
Then Mr hearst thought that he migh
nominate himoelf for Governor at his owiconvention
convention and let the rent of the ticketelide
elide but In thin programme he wan confronted
fronted by the mutineers In hums own organIzatlon
Izatlon and an a result of the whole mewMr
Mr Murphy told hU pereonal friemln yesterday
terday In Tammany that he didnt see hotTammany
Tammany under any circumstances ooiihnow
now cast KM vote for Mr HoarstMr
Mr Murphy went on to tell thwte personafriends
friends that Tammany was part of tlutreRI
of theIate
regular Democratic organization
State and that he could not In view of u1action
action of Mr Hturnts convention nolake >
Ilk up the cause of a guerrilla Democrat iicandidate
candidate for GovernorThe
The situation is also clearing up hi Tammany
many an to the present actual strength ofMor
Mayor MoClellan Mr Murphy and tho811n
Sullivan in the organization All handagreed
agreed that th Mayor now control eleveiand
and a half districts Mr Murphy twelve dUtrict
trict and lh Sullivann nine and a halt districtn
trictn and that lh Sulllvans holding tbohalanceofpwer
balance of power will Uhe proper time declare
clare for a reorganization of Tammany Hal
This means the defeat of Mr Murphy intbe
the reorganization of Tammany Furthermore
more It wan declared on the mont oompetenauthority
authority that at the proper time JohiF
F Al > arn President of time Borough oManhattan
Manhattan will follow the Sulllvans Injoinig
joining hands with the Motlellan force inorKanlrlng
reorganizing the HallSTATE
STATE DAUfKD BLACKMAILERSTaggarts
Taggarts Gambling House Saved FroDynamite
Dynamite by Indianas InterventionWEST
WEST BADEN Ind Sept 13It developthat
that the State of Indiana has not beethe
the only blighting agency working on thVrt
Vrt Baden and French Lick gambllnIndustries
IndustriesA
A systematic blackmailing concern wltlheadquarters
headquarters in Chicago had been makinidemands
demands on the Indiana concerns for omitime
time before the State closed themIn
In enforcing Its demand the blackmailIng
Ing combination used dynamite onceblowing
blowing a section out of the veranda of thiFrench
French Lick place and on another occanion
nion touched off a charge of giant powdeiunder
under the West Baden casinoTlie
The Chicago blackmailers mode thelifirst
first demand last May Letter were senttotho
totho managers of the casinos demandlnithat
that they negotiate terms of peace Thideutructlon
destruction of property and possibly ollife
life was specified an the penalty for fallurto
to come to tennnTom
Tom Tnggart und Ed Vallnrd decided 10Ignore
Ignore tb letters Then the demonsmtion
tion beganFirst
First a section wan blown out of the frontvwranda
veranda of the French Link Casino oninight
night with dynamiteI
nigh nextmomlngl mail brought aleterRHklng
asking the manager 01 the casino how heLlkf
Liked that and If Ito dldnt think he hadhlter
better negotiate before 1 full chargwas
was set off under his placeA
A few nights later powder enough toCulealrelut
causeascare but little damage was burnetunder
houseThen
under tho West Baden bul
Then the State got busyCOL
COL S C IIKXnHK ARRESTEDAcrnseil
Acrnseil of Caching Morlhlrwi < lurch attIme
the Hotel VictoriaA
A man giving the name of Col StanhopC
C Renwick and refusing to furnish thipolice
police with bits address or uny other information
formation about himself wan arrentecby
by Special Detective Andrew Henley Intho
the employ of the Victoria Hotel last nighand
and charged at the Tenderloin statloihouse
house with panning bad checks EdnoiEmpmon
Emerson cashier of the Victoria made tincliarga
charge Time checks were for 12 and 110and
and were drawn on the Flint NationsBank
Bank of New Haven They were signed bjRnnwick
Rnnwick on July isAt
At the Htatlon buttes Emerson wild thaiRonwlck
Ronwlck used to keep expensive apartment
month at the Victoria and wan credited witlihaving
having fortune and being related to
a rlated pevsral
sral prominent families in New York litloft
loft tho hotel several yearn ago but orJuly
July 28 last he went into the hotel and oaketEmaraon
Emerson to cash the two chackn for himBaying
Baying that ho wan going to Coney Inlandwith
with some friend and wanted to have nonitready
ready money with him When time twocheckn
checks were returned from the New Hnvtmbank
bank with the words Unknownno account
count written act their face DotectiveHanley
Hanley wan put on the search fr ItanwlckHe
He saw Renwick last night about 103clock
clock standing talking t a young womanDtiUlda
DtiUlda the Imperial Hotel Ho followedRenwick
Renwick Into the hotel and overheard hintBwking
asking the cashier to canli a chock ThenHanley
henley thought It C interfere Whitehe
he wan being taken to the station hotineRenwick
Renwick asked that Police ComininnionerWaldo
Waldo h communicated with Haying thattlie
the CominlmloRer wan a relative of hw andthat
that he would surely got him out of tlieHcrape
lap His request wan refused and heW
was looked upHanley
Haley says that when Renwick oomesup
up in the Jefferson Market court for a hearing
ing tomorrow there will Iw half a dozenprapla
prapla there to bring additional cliargenThe
The total amouut of money alleged to havebeen
been obtained by Renwick on dad cbecknwill
will Hanley amount naidColltenwick to several hundred dollarsHanley
Colltenwick lived at 1030 East I8 th streetIn
In January lant In that month hU wife andher
her lawyers gained access to a room in thePickwick
Pickwick Hotel occupied by Col IUimlckfor
for the tm bring In search it in alleged
leged of evidence to furnish Mrs Renwickwith
with grounds for a suit for divorce I wasreported
reported later that a reconciliation had beeneffected
effected between the two Mrs Renwickwas
was Miss Eleanor Bell known t Brooklynas
as one of the Two Little Girls In Blue ofthe
the Pork Slope wctlon
2i m
4 WE 31 WiT INTERVENEnngllth
nngllth Newspaper en the Chaotic Ritaalien
alien and Landing of Marinepedal
pedal CubIc Dupalch t THB SexIxivooit
Ixivooit Sept HTe news of the landIng
Ing of American marines at Havana confirms
firms the opinion held here that Americaintervention
intervention In Cuba cannot lie long delayedTlie
The Standard editorially blames the Unit
States for the present disorder I sayithat
that President McKinluyn Intervention WMcarried
carried out In the name of peace and dvlllstation
ton but the net result In renewed tumultbarbarism
barbarism and savagery Flthor the Amerleans
leans must tolerate anarchy In Cuba 01exercina
exercise an effective protectoratePrenldunt
President Roosevelt would doubtless actprmpty
promptly and vigorously If lie did not harmto
to think of tho election campaign Whatever
ever the Html ueItwill be oondsmnsd hythe
the Damooratn who are standing anldeready
ready to make political capital out of tinrenult
result I tho Culmnt are left In their lreAent
ent condition Bryan the Standard y
will danounoe the apathy of time AdiiilnUtration
tion I they are reduced to order ongovunied <
governed from Washington ho will denounothe
the tyrannous imperlallnm and coin btautlfill
fill phrases about the Inalienable rights ofnatonhod
nationhood and human libertyTha
The Morning lot nays that Cuba In nostrong
strong enough to work out her own solvntlon
ration Site cannot without Americasupport
support niiiliiLuin a governmoiit and saciintho
tho progress of tho country Much intime
the American loveminent may regrpthe
the nivettslty for taking a step which wi
be unpopular with 1 large portion of tincountry
country site will not be able to refrainpnnimnantly
pnnimnantly from taking it TIm d Minjof
of the United Slate Maudn bfhiml heiand
and urgen her Imperatively o In tho nnxstep I
step In her overseas expansionSAXTOSIHMOXT
SAXTOSIHMOXT HAS A FALLHU
IIL Motor Aeroplane Collupin Jiut Af llrI
I lad Arisen No Seriou lujurlrftpetM
ftpetM Cab llttixath tl Tics funPAKIS
Pants Sept 15The latent of SantosDumonts
Dumonts numerous and hitherto unpuccentiful
centiful experiments with his motor aeroplane
plane made today nearly ended his lifeHe
He had risen several feet in the air andwas
was flying at top sped about thirty miloan
a hour when the machine collapsed antcrashed
crashed wreckedThe to the ground being completewrecked
The onlookers thought that SantonDuniont
Duniont was certainly killed but friendextricated
extricated him from the wreckage brulseiand
inglyYou and much shaken He said to them smilingly
You see I did fly after all but hoadde
added ruefully Im afraid thin knocks liltout
out rO the present season Repairs wiltake
take ever no long Perhaps LwlU have tcbuild
build a new machineHlRRICAXE
HlRRICAXE HITS LIXERTlie
Time Kornlgtn Ijitie Had a Hard TumiWIUi
U Wind and NeatThe
The steamship Koenlgln Lulne whlclarrived
arrived yesterday from Genoa Napleand
and Gibraltar encountered the reoenhurricaneon
hurricaneon September 10 At 2 ocloclhi
hi the afternoon of that day the luirricanbroke
broke with terrifIc force from the southwest
west the barometer falling rapidlyAt
At 4 oclock the wind veered to southeastwith
with tremendous seas breaking constantover
over the foredeck At 8 oclock the wimwas
was eabt The barometer fell to 2800tha
the luwent point that Capt Volger had overseen
seen At 0 oclock the vessel was sloweddown
down to barely steerage way Tie centreof
of the storm passed and the wind calmedthen
then suddenly veered to the north then tothe
the northwest blowing harder than everTlie
The seas increased in size and came frequently
quently over tho bridge fib venuehowaver
however roe out the gal with steadinessThe
The hurricane liiht d fourteen hoursOn
On board the Koenlgln Lulse wore nlnochatiffeurn
chatiffeurn and fifteen motor cars manyof
of which entered in the Vunderbllt
are entere erhlt cuprace
race There wore also thlrtyfiva singeriifor
for the Metropolitan Opera CompanyOVE
ONE CIT OWXERSIIIP FAILlRErtiase
Cue Hank Put Ip a MIred Sign AftfIhe
the ItslnCedar
Cedar street after yesterdays hardshower
shower was hike n swimming pool Tliestreet
street hon bean torn up for seine tlmo pastand
and complaints hero Imm mudn to thecity
city The Cliono National Bnnk follwpalntad
painted I nice big sign and placed it on upedestal
pedestal in the gutter The sign rendThin
Thin Is municipal ownership thin cityowns
owns this wtreatnTha
The sign won just In piano when a bigauto
auto hit the pool with a splat and cameto
to a dead stop A sign on the auto wanVote
Vote for Hiwnt and Municipal Ownership
nhipGIRL
GIRL OX TRIAL nU MVRDKItHlie
Simmftc Aircuifd of Slioollm HrrSHrrllieirtlo
lo DeathPOTTBVILLK
POTTBVILLK Pa Sept 13Miss EmmaSteplmny
Steplmny 22 yearn old of Yorkvilln wasplaced
placed on trial today for the murder ofher
her sweetheart James W Frizrell on thenight
night of July 3 In Vest Mahantolgo streeta
a lonely locality The body of the victimwan
wan not found until the morning of July 4Minn
Miss Stephany when taken into custodyaccused
accused several young men of the crimebut
but each proved an alibiWhan
When the trial opened today the courtroom
room i as packed A panel of seventysixjurore
jurore wan exhausted and the court issueda
a venire for the Sheriff to go out and eelectthirty
thirty talesmenMinn
Miss Stephany was slightly pale and a littlenervous
nervous but clue shows no fear of the outcome
rmNO
NO OELRICIIS WILL COXTESTWidows
Widows Counsel Mays Any Action on HerPart
Part Is InllkelySAN
SAN FRANCISCO Sept 13 There will beno
n content of the will of Hermann Oelrichsin
in thin State nor will any legal proceedingsbe
I be taken here to interfere with the probaie
of that document in New YorkMrs
I Mrs Theresa Fair Oolrichn the widowin
in authority for thin statementMrs
Mrs Oelriclin arrived late last night andwas
was met by her attorney Joseph S ToblnAccording
According t a statement by Mr Tobinthere
there in doubt whether Mrs Oelrichs willcontent
content the will at allPersonally
Personally Mrs Oelricha does not wantany
any of the property devised t the Oelrichsfamily
family but the ret tho fact that her sonHermann
Hermann Oelricha Jr should have beenignored
ignored entirely by his father
i S
UI Si TARS LANDINHAVANA
IN HAVANAHI itIlihis
Ribsls Olfir to Surnndir AllTliilr II
Their Fercis to Commander
mander of CruiserUTTER ft
UTTER CONSULTS PUMA
5Patma
Palma to Ask Washington toAllow
Allow an Acceptance iiurrend5r J
SurnndsrNew I
New T lcsr pli il to President Hence elfLUmo
Mho mil Hold a Conference Tottavmill
mill Secretary llonaparte and Aiitstant >
ant Secretary Ilacon frneral BeliefThat
That HIP Insurgents Are HweeplnnHIP
HIP IxUnd Atiuranrpf That the Landins
ins Vim Not for Purposes of Intertrillion
trillion hut Solely to Iratrct Americanlutrrrdi
lutrrrdi and Olnrrvo ItPiponiibllllltl
spdJi i Mt iifiptftt la Tile rfsHAVANA
HAVANA Knpt 13 A loc consisting ofthre
thre oirap mi IC man ia all landeJlrm I
from time Iultod States cruiser Denver ntjhulfjuust IhullJIt
hulfjuust 5 oclock thin afternoon Thlaction IItln
action was taken ut the reiuet < t of M
Mlceper Ihu Ainurluui Clittrg dAffalroHwith
with tho view to rrotoeling the Americansbore
bore hut in HOIIM quarters It in sold to havebwon
been taken ut time request of PresidentPalma SPalmmr
PalmaTha
Time Americunn camped n the Plazade
de Armas which fuomac the pals e near thewaterfront
waterfront The stern of the Denver canbe
be seen f t m the palaooTlie
The Americans landed at the Macbinawharf
wharf about a third of a mile up the harborand
and marched up Offlcina street with a 3 Inchfield
field piece and two Colt machine gunswhlcli
which can shoot 600 shots a minute Thoforce
force in commanded by LieutenantCommander
manner M L Miller The other officersarc
arc Lieutenants J A Campbell and L C
Hazard and Ensign Hlakely acting asAdjutant
Adjutant The force will obtain its mealsfrom
from the Denver and will not entail anyexpense
expense on the Cuban GovernmentTbo
The sanitary arrangements are perfectThe
The men are camped on the grassy spaceIn
1 front of the old Fuerea building IH caneof
of necessity they could sweep any forceattacking
attacking the front of the palace or couldcover
cover all tim streets loading t the palaceby
by moving a few yards from their encampment
mentCommander
Commander Colwell of the Denver wasvisited
visited tonight by an emissary of SenatorZayofl
Zayofl the Liberal leader who has hithertoesraped
esraped arrest and of Gen Loynas delCastillo
Castillo commander of the revolutionaryforces
forces in the province of Havana Theemissary
emissary stated that if Commander Colwellwould
would guarantee Renor Zayas and Castilloa
a fair trial they and all time revolutionaryforcen
forces in the field would surrender to himCommander f
Commander Colwell replied that he wannot
not in Cuba for the purpose of interveningbut
but merely to protect American InterestsCommander
Commander Colwell subsequently sawPresident
President Palma to whom he communicated
cated the proposal lie raid that I President
dent Palmn would obtain the consent of itheWashington SVasimlngtomm
Washington Government IIP would act Intho r
tho matterSenor SSeflor tHfor
Senor Palma expressed himself an verymuch
much pleased and said he would certainlya
ask Washington to authorize CommanderColwell jIwel I
Colwell to accept the surrender of therebels
rebels Commander Colwell later Informedthe
the emissary of the PresidentJ attitudeIn Iolwell
In n previous Interview with CommanderColwell jColwel
Colwell President Palma Mated that hecould 47could
could not guarantee the lives of the America
can in Havana and he therefore asked thatmarines Smarines
marines bo landedCommander
Commander Col well stated that he wouldnot
not defend the palaro in caM itwan attackedas
as lam wan only acting In defence of th
AmericansTha
The rumors that Gen Guerra in marchingon jon
on Havana are not confirmed by the offlcialn
flcialn hero They ray that he ia fortymiles
mit1 uwayThe
The rebels appear to be In complete control
trol of the provinces of Pinor del R Havana
ana and Santa Clara A sympathizer withthe
the revolution who apparently Is well informed I
formed estimates that there a at least
15000 rebels In the field in the three provinces
Incas A high Government official admlUthat l
that the situation Is most grave and addsthat
that the revolutionists have put an end t 7the
the republic In a intone spirit of revengeHe
He also tat that the Ilatuey sugar millit
a Santo Domingo Santa Clara provincelion
lion been destroyed by the insurgent jalto
who are about t destroy the famous Conitancla jtancla
itancla sugar mill which is supposed toe
lie valued at 2000000 Tho Ilatucy millras ilbe
was owned by Mr Ttabeu an American ofuban t
uban decent His son tat that thoaluo lvalue
value of the mill was over 2000000 andhat ithat
hat 500000 was spent for machinery thThe aThe
rrearThe
The Constoncla property belongs to a IAmricn
Lmerlcan company ItJs also reportedhat that
thn tho Homeguero and S Josd estateave ihve
have been destroyed by Guzman and h trebe
rebel forces since it was stated that Pinoiuerra IGuer
iuerra had 8000 men marching on Havanand
nd that this explains th landing of theLmericans
America The Government appears toear
rear its ability to deal with the situationThe t
The landing of the Americans is regardedIn
In some quarters as the first step In Interronilon
mention although someS Byrjfthj rawjtbVs
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