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VOL L3U1VNO 64 + NEW YORK SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1906coJlm aDOe ttt The Run Prw no and P 6n Mriff Aoe < a on PRICE WO CENTS 1
nut iMsIMM KMYrKs ririrTIlEllt
fun 11 IT TIlEllt HHHITSi
aiiilltlnti Itrtiirnx From I > Stme lu Makesn
n no Mllf Tour of < tiir > n < i mid KinsrmMN
a5flhiIII Ine 111II1 to EniIitiiaIrrn
nfllClnlk on llenr tlieiTMlfhiirle
fhiirle E Hughes returned from hUinal
inal upStnte tour at 030 oclock lout nightmid
mid after taking lew than nil hour off for hisdinner idmltfr
dinner ho Jumped Into Timothy L Woodniff
niff automobile nntl covered about fiftymtle
mtle in Hrooklyn and Jueon making ninehpeorhe
hpeorhe before midnight Brooklyn anduwn
< uwn turnetf out In foron to greet the candiut
diut and tim rcroptlon accorded himequalled
equalled nny demonstration since the campaign
paign openedIn
In Brooklyn proper Mr Hughes spokelx
hstI time The hall were 110 crowded thatthe
the police had to pry a way for the candidate
date I hroughthe crush and In many instanceI
the egress of Mr Hughes and his party wanHocked
Hocked for orne minute while enthusiVtlc
Vtlc Cd around to shakethe
s tic partisans pressed Ithl
the candidates handParticularly I
Particularly did the Brooklynltes givewny
wny to enthuslawn when Mr Hughes mademention
mention of the Brooklyn Rapid TransitCompany
Company and gave the promise that ithe
he were seated in the Governors chair hewould
would see to it that the people of BrooklynKot
jut tho accommodations required by thefranchise
At M5 oclock Mr Hnghm stepped Intothe
the car of Mr Woodruff in front of the Republican
publican State headquarters at 12 EastThirtieth
Thirtieth street and started on his fifty miletrip
trip Crossing the Thirtyfourth streetferry
ferry the candidates car made straightthrough
through Long Inland City to the Civic Clubn
fin Jackson avenue near Sklllman streetthe
the headquarters of the Queen CountyItepulilican
Itepulilican Club There he was met by1residcnt
1residcnt George Smith of the club nndmorted
morted by a delegation to Krenzosflslno
flslno halfln block awayOriw
Oriw of Queens is for Hughes andWelcome
Welcome to our next Governor greetedMr
Mr Hughess entrance into the crowdedhall
hall lie was Introduced and began hispe
pe xh immediatelyWhos
Whos nil ight had been the cry thatwas
was the last of the applause that greete < lliis
liis appearance on the platform Queensis
is all right illicitly replied vr Hughesand
and nobody know It be n I doIII
III do not dOlt lhat them are somel
l > einocr niruig you Well it is to youDemocrat
Democrat that I want to talk I haveticen
ben talking to them all over the Stateand
and many old line Democrats who nevervoted
voted a Republican ticket in their liveshave I
I have come up to me and assured me thatthey
they would vote for mo this year Whylo
< lo you suppose that is I leave you totlgure
tlgure It out But I told these DemO < ratHthat
that if elected I would be their Governorns
ns well as the Governor of the Republicansa
a Governor for all the peopleMr
Mr Hughes then begun to answer someof
of the tenets put forth by Hearst Ifanybody
anybody goes around saying that wealthIs
Is organized tyranny said the speakerhe
he aims a blow at the prosperity of thisnation
nation I dont mean to say thajr thereIs
Is no misconduct of wealth but what Iwant
want to emphasize right hero is that honestInifiiness
Inifiiness should not be blindly inveighedagainst
against no matter whether It be rich orpoor
poorIt is better to have the governmentof
of a country conducted properly than thatioinebody
ioinebody should sell more newspapersI
I Laughter and applause We want lessbitterness
bitterness and more fairness What wewant
want to do is this Wherever there is awrong
wrong aim at it Dont pull down yourwhole
whole house when you want to repair itTake
Take out tho rotten rafter ami shore upI
the house while you are doing itMr
Mr Hughes went on to express his sympathy
pathy for the cause of labor and declaredthat
that whatever the laboring man demandedof
of justness and fairness would be given himin
ns in the past it has been given He saidthat
that public service corporations should b
held strictly to the terms of their chartersnnd
and b made to give the public what theypromise
promise t give The policemen the firemen
men and the street cleaners said thepeaker
speaker should not b forgottenYou
You need study to correct the modernills
ne moemIlls
ills of society concluded Mr HughesVon
Von cant change things in a minuteWhat
What is needed is study of the situationand
and then action when it is known howto
to act best I is easy to let fly at ever
thing and condemn everything as badwithout
without suggesting a remedyYou
You cant put some thing into a headline
ln said th candidate There was awave
wave of laughter over th audience and acry
r of Hearst thinks he can IAfter
After speaking for about ten minutesMr
Mr Hughes hurried t his auto and waacarried
carried post haste t Elmhurst where tb
Arcanum Hal was crowded t the door
As the candidate came into the hall a youngwoman
woman up in th balcony started t waven
n Cornell banner The flag caught th
eye of tb candidate and h bowedKrtciounly
Krtciounly t the girlMr
Mr Hughes began his speech fcy sayingthat
that th nomination had coma to Myng
sought Hines IM had been nominated b
believed that it was Incumbent upon himto
to do all that hn could t bring MB party andthe
the principles it stood for Into
thl prnclple so Int powerIn
In this campaign I have not Maid a wordMr
Mr Hughes said that I could not proveI
I have refrained from under
rfrain frm paying provocation
cation much that I might have said Cheersgreeted
greeted this announcement of tho candidate
date You dont throw mud at leastaid
aid one big voiced man from the rear ofthe
th room Lave calling names to th
other fellow I dont hurt and It dont donogol I
no good yelled a partisan from the gallery
When Mr Hughes left the hall the secondchapter
chapter of a series of automobile accidentsthat
that marked his progress occurred MrWoodruffs
Woodruffs car seemed to have diedwhile
while th meeting was going on and It wasfifteen
fifteen minutes before It could be started up
Karller In th evening a car carrying throeof
of th reporters had collided with a team Inear
near th Long Island City ferry and thowhole Iwhole
whole back of th tonneaii had len rippednearly
nearly off Its foundations tater tlih MWIBrar
rar broke down again In thn wildernessmewbere
> mewbere < outh of Elmhurst and the reporters
porters had to make their way hock to thoHty
Hty on footIn I
In Richmond Hill where Mr Hughearrived
arrived at about 9 oclock he was greetedConttnutd I
Conttnutd on Second Pal
I TO 1 nIT oxUlIli HVnilKSWllh
Wllh Money lirectnc at Ito I4KIdm TakeI
I a Big JumpMen
Men In the financial district who backtheir
their opinions on the election consideredthe
the speech of Secretary Root and Crokers
I message 6 damaging to Hearst that theyoffered
offered at least J200000 at long odds againsthim
him yesterday About threefourths ofthis
this was taVen though t find Hearst money
it was necessary to offer In the morning
7 to 2 as against prevailing odds of 5 t 2on
on Thursday In the afternoon some betswere
were mado at I t 1 and commissionersw
w ta unable to place many thousands atto
4 to iAt
At the opening attempts to draw outHeanst
Hearst money at 3 to 1 failed When thoodds
odds advanced to 7 to 2 betting becamebrisk
brisk for a half hour Batcheller AdeeA
A Rnwllns placed > 7000 against 3000 withW
W Marco and SW against 110 in I
number of small bets M Joseph placed
10000 at tho same odds W W Bogleysupplying
supplying 110 Hearst money and theest
est being taken in small lots W Rltogerput
put up 3600 at these odds Altogethersome
some 11iO more was reported as placedbefore
before the odds advancedWhen
When the Hearst slack
llurllt money grew Ilack at
7 to 2 V Marco offered MUOO at 4 to 1 118placed
placed it in small lots Wolf Bros 4 Cocame
came out with an offer of 40000 on Hughesat
at the same odds and the finns commissioner
sioner was busily engaged in placing It Insmall
small lots until the market closed Ho putup
up about 1360 Vail Bros placed 20000at
at 4 t 1 Eugene Myer taking most of itFoster
Foster A Ix unnl > ury put uj > 1000 on Hughesat
at the same odds with S G Wood W WBagley
Bagley placed 1000 agalnstl000 with LeoLevy
Shortly before the closing W Marcoplaced
placed so on Hearst against 15 suppliedby
by L L Benedict This was the largestbet
bet of the day at I t 1 At the closeFarmer
Farmer Scott who early In tho day hadmade
made wagers aggregating ItO on Hearstoffered
offered I 30000 on hearst at 1 to 4 The offerwas
was taken instantly but Mr Scott withdrew
drew Hughes money at the close wasplentiful
plentiful at 4 to I with 5 to 1 asked byHearst
Hearst supportersH
H Einstein paced In tlio lost few minute
5500 on Hughes at 9 t 2 W W Bagleyput
put up 110 of the Hearst money AllenMcGraw
McGraw 1k Co placed 8500 even on a 100000plurality
plurality for Hughes Phllbrick A Hall taking
ing 3000 of it and the rest going in smalllots
Mat Blumenthal one of the biggestbookmakers
bookmakers at the racetrack said yesterday
day that he was prepared to wager anunlimited
unlimited amount on Hughes at odds ofto
3 to 1 While there wan no speculationon
on the election in the bettng rinl Jamaicayesterday
yesterday several well known gamblersdeclared
declared tha t the odd on Hughes wouldgouptoStol
Vf > TiifKKr inn KOOSKYELTIrolilent
Irolilent gaIn Falls In lIIi flurttContentWith
With lUtililn and lartrldgtsRIcnMoND
RICHMOND Ta Nor 2The Albemariowild
wild turkeys desiring not to adorn MrsRoosevelts
Roosevelts table seem to have betakenthemselves i
themselves across the river and into th
deep woods from which rttrcata they r I
fuse to b enticedMrs
Mrs Roosevelt and her husband havedecided Ideided
decided that wild turkey la not wholesomeanyhow
anyhow and devoting their attentionto
anhow ore devotng thir attnlonto
to cottontails and partridgesThe
The President received several callersat
at 1 oclock this morning He and MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt were out for a sun bath when thefirst
first callers arrivedThe
The weather has been perfect since theirarrival
arrival and bids fair to continue R Therewas
was a heavy frost almost like snow thismorning
morning but the air was bracing and thesun
sun brilliantA
A short hunt on foot for birds near tholodge
lodge and a horseback ride were tho chiefevents
events of tho dayJoseph
Joseph Wilmer was at Pine Knot thismorning
morning and induced th entire presIdentialparty
party to come over to Plain Dealing in th
Tomorrow the party again expects tohunt
hunt rabbits and patridge A coon huntdear
dear to the hearts of Virginians is scheduledto
to wind up the dayinvoncE
invoncE rnn JIIf J ivvrJlMtrr
JlMtrr In Philadelphia Court Reports HerCue II
PHILADELPHIA Nov 2The master towhom I
whom the court referred the divorce suit ofMrs
te cour
Mrs Francis A Janney who is a familiarfigure I
here and in New York has
figure hA recommended
mended that a divorce bo grantedHer
Her charge was Infidelity and a numberof
of society women here and in New Yorkwere
were named ns corespondentsThe
The greatest secrecy was observed in theproceedingH
proceedingH all papers were impoundedand
and the recommendation today by themaster
master was given out inadvertentlyMrs I
Mrs Janney was represented by SamuelP i
P Rotan Republican candidate for DistrictAttorney I
Attorney of Philadelphia and agent ofthe
the Law and Order SocietyuVKS
uVKS LOSS UMV 9tjononaUit
list Made of the Ontario Mansrrs Speculation
TORONTO Nov 2The loss to the OntarioBank
Bank through the speculations of the formergeneral
general manager Chwles Mol is placedofficially
officially at 1500000 The curator of thobank
bank b an almost complete list of thestock
stock speculations engineered by Mol
through New York and Toronto brokersAccording
According t the lint In one day Juno 1
his dealings with one Now York Stock Exchange
change firm amounted to 850000 Thofollowing
following figures show tho volume of hisspeculations
speculations June 16 1150 June 18
125000 and June 21 150000 These daysroprewent
were plcked out at random and do not eachreprCnt
represent a maximum of operations Forthe
the four days indicated the total lsl07S000MVnitKREH
HtittnoM lan ttoiitiMt of ntjnun anilJewelry
Jewelry Near ills HomePiTTHBimo
PiTTHBimo Nov 2With his foreheadbeaten I
beaten the body of James A McMillen I IYI
years old a well known business manwas IWilli
was found in a clump of bushes on Murrayavenue
avenue thin morning i
flu pockets were turned inside out showIng
Ing that the motive of the murder WON robbery
try Ills IOCkStIXk gold watchdiamond U
Mud and diamond ring won milling HI
homeMcMillen was killed within I short dlstumti of hUhome
McMillen was riUnburit ngniit of lf
Atlantic heating omplv or NW Vrllmil
mil had been In the aCm ixirt uf thoRtnle
State collecting royalties Ho in Mippmtdto
to huvo hud moro than 2000 In isis powent
t > lon
After nil Llhtr the flcotehilut
ilut mads be blrbtMli tarnuufSflAM tftJfAftll
ftJfAftll THE DEAL
Enroll s1 Union Mqutra nlL WATCIIKR
for IBm
Add Tat Neither Hooievrlt Nor Crokerrun
run Swing Vote From lleant batIrlvately
Privately lie la About Heady to 1fIDuadt
Ip DlirrRard Advice to Urrp inletFor i
For the first time since his break with UieMayor IIayor
Mayor Charles F Murphy openly Gale
George B McClellan yesterday MrMurphy
Murphy professed to have no fear of theeffects
effects which might be caused by the IpehSerta
67 Secretary Root or the repudiation ofHearst
Hearst by Richard CroUer but he Intimatedthat
that Mayor McClollon was endangeringthe
the chances of a rg plurality being piledup
up in the city for HearstI
I am not disturbed by the speech of MrRoot
Root nor by tho message sent by MrCroker
Croker Mr Murphy said and while I stillbelieve
believe that Mr Hearst will got a pluralityof
of from 80000 t 100000 in this city I knowwe
we will have to fight attacks from melds ourown
own organizationIt
It was when he was asked to explain tlini
i meaning of this statement that Mr Murphyblurted
blurted out that Mayor McClellan was doingall
all he could to bring about tho defeat ofHearst
I know hn exclaimed with a vehemencehn
hn rirely shown that Mayor McHellHnha
ha threatened all the district lenderswho
who hold job under the city governmentI
I know that John OBrien has sent to all thodistrict
district leaders who are on the citys payroll
roll telling them that Mayor MrClellanexpects
expects them to get R many votes a possible
sible for HughesDo
Do you mean by that assertion that thedistrict
district leaders and other city employeeswho
who have influence In the districts are being
ing told that unless they keep down thevote
vote for Hearst In their districts they willlose
lose their Mr askedI
1011 thei jobs Murphy was IkPtI
I certainly do he answered whatother
other interpretation could they put on themessages
messages which have been sent to themYou
You want to he understood that MayorMcClellan
McClellan has let the officeholders knowthat
that their jobs are dependent upon thoshowing
showing made by Hearst in their districtsand
and that unless the normal Democraticvote
vote is cut down they will be fired It waaasked
Yes he replied Mr Murphy went onto
to say with some heat But those mencant
cant deliver the goods They cant keepdown
down the vote for Hearst and if they triedthey
they wouldnt last as district leaders fortwentyfour
twentyfour hours The sentiment forHearst
Hearst is 8 strong in every Democraticdistrict
district of this city that a leader even ifhis
his job depended on it could not turn hisdistrict
district against Hearst because the Tammany
many voters In the district would not obeyany
any Instructions from tho district leaderto
to knife Hearst I a told that Nick Mullerhas
has promised that Richmond will go forUughee
Uughee but loan tell you now that Hearstwill
will not only win in Richmond but that hewillalsocarry
willalsocarry Queens and BrooklynWhat
What proof have you got that MayorMcClellan
McClellan is using the measures you speakof
of Mr Murphy was askedOh
Oh you know what he is doing as wellas
I as I do ho responded and you knowtoo
too without me telling you that one of his1commissioners
commissioners is running an election bureauwhich
which is practically a part of the Republican
can State committees campaignOn
On Thursday evening after conferencewith
I with 1 Sergeant Cram W Bourke Cockranand
and others of his advisers Mr Murphyannounced
announced that ho was through giving outinterviews
interviews and that hn would have nothingto
to say until th day after election Hobroke
broke th rule he was counselled to followin
in less titan twentyfour hours As amatter
matter of fat ho has never spoken BO froelyas
as ho did yesterdayIt
It was plain that ho was agitated at lh
turn events have taken since Thursdaynight
night and it can ho said for him that h
does not minimize the Influence of tho Rootspeech
speech and the Croker cable It can h
stated also that Mfl Murphy In privatetalks
talks with some of his closest friends buspractically
practically given upall hope of the electionof
of Mr HearstOne
One of them friends who had sent a commissioner
missioner down to Wall Street yesterdaymorning
morning to place a large bet on Hearst afterlater
later learning something nt TammanyHall
Hall telephoned to his agent in Wall Streetpnd
pnd directed him not to make the betThat
That Mr Crokers repudiation of Henrntis
is making trouble in 0 local situationwas
was manifest yesterday at Tammany HallUsually
Usually at this stage of the campaign theFourteenth
Fourteenth street headquarter hum withbustlo
bustlo and life and the district lendercome
come around almost to I mn Y try
from morning until night th place wasalmost
almost deserted Not 1 single leader ofnny
any prominence showed up and from allappearances
apparnO at th Wigwam yesterdaymight
might have been a Saturday afternoon intho
th summerMr
Mr Murphy sought t pass off the desolation
tion of things at Tammany Hall by explaining
plaining that th leaders were hard at workIn
In their districts They are out in theirdistricts
districts working t get out every possiblevote
vote for Hearst he said and from th
reports I get from them I am confidentthat
that Hearsts plurality in the greater citywill
will not b less than 100000But
But you have Just said that some of th
leaders would be arid t get out a largevote
vote for Hearst because of th threat tinttheir
their heads would be in danger unless theykept
kept th normal Democratic vote downWell
Well didnt I say that the leaders dontdare
dare attempt t cut Hearst liccauso thevoters
voters of the district wouldnt stand forit
it he snarled in reply Neither PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt nor Richard Croker can changeany
any votes In this city The people havemade
made up their minds how they are going t
oteand they are going to votw that wnyDont
Dont you think that Mr Croke tlllhas
has some Influence with the old followersof
of TammanyMr
Mr Orokrr may haw a few but notenough
enough to considerWhat I
What do you think really Inspired MrCrokrr
Crokrr in SPOIl that nvwiirrV Mr Murphywiw
was flnnllv Ikf1 iVI
I VI got n pretty clear Idrn what promptpd irlllhut
pd itlmt 11 going lo liop It l < > mvwlf forthe
the riifnt nt any rule lie npllrrllifit I
lVliiv Mayor MClrllnn was nxkcd ymterday I
day If lif thought tIme Crokor cable wouldrhirigo
rhirigo many votes In this city ho answeredTim
Tim votes have already been changedand
and will slay changed I know I haventchanged
changed minis since the Buffalo conventionIP
Volunteer I once St Inlon Muar Hotel aa aWoTII
He Had Been Muklng Military Map ofthe
the CountrySpfttat
Spfttat CaNt Ditpate 1 Tam B
MANILA Nov 3The military information
tion office has notified Department Commander
mander Weston of the apprehension of aJapanea
Japanese supposed t b an engineer officer
cer who was discovered mapping the railroad
road rive and brdgE Ho had In hispossession
possession elaborate sketches of those northof
of Manila As the local laws are silent onthe
the subject of spies the authorities willprobably
probably not actThe
The Government baa been aware o thepresence
presence of Japanese disguised as pedleraaad
aad artists who traversed wen the remoteprovinces
provinces making maps They bare beefcengaged
engaged in this work since 1898Some
enage t
Some officers contend that these methodsare
are legitimate because the American General
oral Staff operates In a similar manner Inforeign
foreign countries Moreover the fullest Information
formation cannot prejudice the militarysituation
situation In the Philippines Other officersadvocate
advocate legislation permitting the deportation
tation of those found making map of thecountry
country and its defenceWElYKIt
Philadelphia Iaor Denounce Reform
ers anti Commend the OrganisationPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Nov 2Mayor JohnWeaver
Weaver again changed his politics todayand
and came out for Edwin S Stuart andSamuel
Samuel P Rotan tho Republican orglns
ton candidates for Governor of Pennsylvania
vania and District Attorney of Philadelphiarespectively
The Mayor declares that the fusion candidates
didates for Governor and District Attorney
torney were nominated by a Macknewspaper
paper gang referring to the alleged domination
nation of the newspapers of Philadelphiaby
by John l Mack former asphalt prmoter
moter who is accredited by the organization
zation with the ambition to build a machineof
of his ownThe
The Mayor says he box become convincedthat
that the reform ticket Is only a mask behindwhich
which are hiding mon who seek to establishthemselves
dictators of thecity
themselves as the political
city and who are endeavoring to create amachine
machine stronger and more dangeruhan
than any Philadelphia has known in tho portHe
He says he Is as strongly for reform asever
ever but that it will lie impossible to securegenuine
genuine reform by saddling a Mack combine
bine on the people of PhiladelphiaMayor
Mayor Weaver says that he Is and alwayshas
has been a Republican that he is a believerin
in and follower of Theodore Rooseveltand
and that in his opinion the Republicans ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania can show their respect andadmiration
admiration for the President In no betterway
way than by voting the straight Republicanticket
inssia PASTOK nninn FROMThe
The Itev Sir Ioolton n rites From LondonWill
Will Preset No MoreRin
Rin BaNK N J Nov 2 Aft an absence
sence from home of nearly a month theRev
Rev George C Poolton pastor of theMethodlBt
Methodist Church at Navesink has beenlocated
located A letter from him received todayby
by the Rev John B Halnes PresidingKlderof
Klderof thee Brunswick district howl
that Mr Poolton is in London EnglandThe
Elder out this statement
The Presiding Eler gave etatement
ment tonight concerning the disappearanceof
of the clergymanMr
Mr Poolton said that his ordinationpapers
papers were at Navesink and that hedoesnt
doesnt intend to preach any more Hewrites
writes from London where Mrs Pool tnwi
will go to join him a soon 8 she can arrange
range her affairs here Both Mr Pooltonand
and his wife are English by birth Onaccount
account of the surrender of his papersMr
Mr Poolton cannot exercise ministerialfunctions
functions at least until the next Mweionof I
of the e Jersey conference which willhe
he held at Red lank in March at whichtime
time the final disposition of his case willcome
come before that body I would seem I
if he had been under severe mentalpressure
It is known that Mr Poolton had suffered
fered from severe attacks of nervousnesslong
long before he went away He not onlyhad
had charge of the Navesink MethodistChurch
Church hut he preached also at OceanicThe
The work apparently was too much forhim
him and his mental breakdown resultedHe
He left homo on October 10 to attend areligious
religious institute in Calvary MethodistChurch
Church e York and no word was recllved
ceived from him until todayniKX
niKX snor i ino TMMJimploer
imploer Find I Work VIi and Refuieto
to Confer With 1nlonsA
A special meeting of the National Association
ciation of Erectors of Structural Steel andIron
Iron which h declared tb open shopall
all over the country was held yesterdayin
in th Fifth Avenue Hotel and the openshop
shop policy of the association was ate
The concern represented at the meetingincluded
included the American Bridge Companythe
the Pennsylvania Steel Company McCllntock
tock A Marl the Phopnlx Bridge Company
pany the Wisconsin Bridge Company theRlterConley
RlterConley Manufacturing Company thePltteburg
Pltteburg Construction Company tho FortPitt
Pitt Bridge Company the Hoyle ft Pate
son Company S P Mitchell the IllinoisSteel
Steel Company Post A McCord the Coop
Iron Works and Mllliken BrosIt
I was said that overtures had been recnived
ceived both from the International Associationof
ciation of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers
ers and the Houseomltha and BridgemenaUnion I
Union o this city and various local unionsasking
conference to discuss the Irnt
asking foraconferencetodicuM present
ent state o the trade but the associationdecided Idecded
decided not to confer with any unions I iwal
was said also that the association will backup
up the Illinois Steel Companyagainst whicha
a strike has been declared at Gary Ind ona
a now plant it is building The members ofthe
the association said that the open shop I
movement had been a successPORTO
From the comment we are hrarifc About theIllCnltO
IllCnltO srsttmgs Clear we urn It lime belief tli lII
II In almom equally as rtm1 A smoke ut the nvernrrforH
forH rent value our price of M for lu rrntu InwllliiK
wllliiK I we can Import You pnv Mim pr IUIfur
fur MiroltO Saratoirak liiatrad uf 1100 prr IW fori
i ui n cigars ldvneertont
Derrfoot Farm SnimcWith
With Inrrraitnc knnwlnlgn of the danger lohealth
health thruuirli carelt ly prrpirnl fool innnumr
arm crow more fntlcllmu In their aclwllon Orerfoot
foot mea purity tUlmtiirti cleanntKt AiirWATCIIKKM
To secure fair and hone t count forUMmwwKI
Uerxm at Union Square Hotel Judiciary Nornnatura
natura AiltSAVANNAH >
S SAVANNAH LINK with Urn tblM auperlortervlco I
service tuutlnc unsurpassed ole dellchtful trip
to tie South Telephone 411 WortIiAdP
tom Acts on lbs Cue tc Which Judleereventrln
reventrln rrjled liii Attention rrlaIDII
casts Alleged to Have Filial llUnkAitlcUvlu
AitlcUvlu ttlth Name of VotrriFour
Four members of the Kanawha ClubPercival
Percival E Nagles organisation In theThirtieth
Thirtieth Assembly district were arrestedat
at the District Attorneys office lost nighton
on charges of forgery and giving falsetestimony
testimony Two of the arrests were madeearly
early In the evening and two at 1130 oclockThe
The four were locked up in the Elizabethtreet
street stationThe
The charges grow out of Nagles effortto
to be declared the Tammany leader of theThirtieth
Thirtieth Assembly district It is charge
that a number of false affidavits were submitted
mitt to Justice Leventrltt in Naglesfight
fight to be declared leader over John TCowan
Cowan who was the Hearst candidateand
and whose delegates were seated at theBuffalo
Buffalo convention after Noglo had gotthe
the most votes at the primariesAfter
After looking over the affidavits JusticeLeventritt
Leventritt Bent the papers to the Board ofElections
Elections saying that there were so manycontradictions
contradictions that he couldnt decideon
on tlio papers At the same time JusticeLeventritt
Leventritt felt that there had been dishonesty
honesty and called District AttorneyJeromes iJermes
Jeromes attention to the case Mr Jeromeas
a soon an the Board of Elections had decided iolde
cided in favor of Nogle assigned AssistantDistrict
District Attorneys Hart and Marshall tomoke
mae an investigationThe I
The Investigation showed that a numberof
of the signatures to the affidavits were intlie
the handwriting There between
same bandwritng Tere were b
tween 000 and 1000 affidavits In all 10
subpuenas were sent out Thirtyeightwitnesses
witnesses swore that their signatures weregenuine
genuine A number of others swore thatthey
they had never signed the affidavits orsworn
sworn to thorn Some said that they hadsigned
signed blank affidavits but bad not swornto
to themThe
The two men brought to the DistrictAttorneys I
Attorneys office last night were JohnKavanaugh
Kavanaugh who said that hn was In thelumber
lumber business and lived at 253 East 116thstreet
street and Michael J Barry a painter Inthe
the Fire Department who lives at 2433Second I
Second avenuo Kavanaugh was a member i
her of a registration bard in the ThirtiethAssembly
Assembly districtIt
It is charged that Barry went to Kavanaugh
naugh with a blank affidavit and that Kavanaugh
naugh filled In names and addresses fromthe
the registration lists All the affidavitswere
were for the purpose of showing that thesigners
signers had voted for Nagle at the priI
Acting District Attorney Smyth and MrMarshall
Marshall and Hart examined them forsome
some time They finally got enough fromBarry
Barry and Karanaugh to put them underi
i arrest Then Detectives Berry Reardonj
j and Grepr wore sent out to bring in HarryA
A OBrien who said that he was a realI
I estate dealer a US East 118th street andDaniel
Daniel H Coleman who is
Dnel Cleman an inspectorin
in the Water Deartment and secretaryof
of Nagles club They were both found a
the club When a lawyer showed signs ofinterfering
interfering with themen going to the District
trc Attorneys office Nagle shooed himoff
OBrien and Coleman are accused ofhaving
having acknowledged to fat affidavitsAfter
After they had been questioned for severalhours
hours making explanationaof what they
had done they were put under arrest andtaken itaken
taken over to the Elizabeth street stationAccording
According to the information in the Dl
trict Attorneys office the plan of getting upthe
the affidavits was made in the KonawhaClub
Club Two or three notaries were in oneroom
room in the clubhouse and there the aflldavits
davits wero sworn to In many cases theaffidavits
affidavits were genuine but in whirs thoDistrict
District Attorneys office has found thatnames
names and addrr eK to affidavit wereplain
plain fakes Coleman is said to have admitted
mitted that he sent Barry out with blankaffidavits
affidavits to get lgnaturesThe
The prisoners are accused of feloniesit
it being a crime to prepare forged Instruments
monte to be used as evidenceWhile
While the prisoners were being elf
tioned at the District Attorneys office nmessage
message came from the Kunawha Clubsaying
saying that if they were locked up a Magistrate
trate was ready to accept bail for themThe
The message said that Magistrate Zellerwas
was the manMagistrate
Magistrate Zeller came t the Flizabethstreet
street station at 1230 oclock and bailedthe
the men out Percy Nagle acting OH suretyThe
The bail was 3000 in each case Naglegave
gave real estate as seurty ImniticK
mniticK PM > 1 LtTLet
11 Judgment Stand for Flee learn irntllHe
He Cnt on llrar l TicketThe
The Judiciary Nominators had a rousingmeeting
meeting at Madison Hall 12Sthstree andMadison
Madison avenuo last night BenjaminFranklin
Franklin a Harlem lawyer whq was aHearst
Hearst leader last year but bolted him forHughes
Hughes was the chairman The chiefspeakers
speakers wero exJustice William N Cohenand
and Henry W TaftMr
Mr Taft caught the crowd by comparingthe
the candidates on the Democratic tcketwith iwith
with those on the Nominators ticket Hesold
sold that while he had heard that JohnJ
J Brady had considerable ability as a realestate
estate speculator he had never seen himin
in any of the cur
Then theres Peter A Hendrick thelawyer
lawyer for the Murphy contracting company
pany said Mr Taft Theres been a smalljudgment
judgment against Mr Hendrick for 145ltndlng I
standing in our office for the last five yearsfor
for which we could get no settlementShortly I
Shortly after Mr Hendriok was nominatedhe I
ho sent around word that he
wor tht wax ready t
sntHSfy the JudgmentExJustice ry
atmy te judget I
ExJustice Cohen Mid that while thocharge
charge has been made that the Murphycandidates I
candidates had each paid I25HOO for thnnomination
nomination nonn of the candidatehadrnatln
made any effort t deny I i
iiiiirs 1 I I1 1 11 I i Iuur
intir Meellnsi In Mnnimtnn on the Iseof
of FlcHlniiBreaking
Breaking away from tho uximl customof
of finding th campaign on the Htuurdiiy
night before election the 1 Jlhcwi ntwill
will tItle yqnr continue tlwir cunipalfiiiuntil
until Monday night when four IIIInIltl
mixtinus will lx held ut all of which Mr I
Hughes wilt speakThe
The nwetlngH will h hold at these pliiocnlUrlorn
lUrlorn Terrace 210 East 101th strict
Harlem Arcndu 211 East 124th street CVmri
Hughes 12Hli street between 8 venhand
and Eighth nvrtiis DurUndx Riding
Academy Wi iiUth streetUarnoiiN
UarnoiiN l tract or Vanilla
la purity and utrencth preeminently super1orAsr
t 5 HACKS lIP4NS DEMAXnDlntrlct
Dlntrlct Attorney lolni Fight Asalmt UnFranctue
Franctue Nchvul loa
SAN FRANCISCO Nov 21e UnitedStates
States Department of Justice has decided toaid
aid the Japanese of S Francisco In theirfight
fight for admission to the public schoolsAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral Moody hns InstructedDistrict
District Attorney I I Devlin to assistAttorneys
Attorneys R M Fickert and Masujl Mlyakawa
kawa representing the Japanese community
munity In Injunction proceeding thathave
have been brought In the Circuit Court tocompel
compel the Board of Education to allowsubjects
subjects of the Mikado to attend any schoolin
in the cityTho
The school commissioners refuse to makeany
any concessions to tho Japanese and President
dent Altman of the board told SecretaryMetcalf
Metcalf yesterday that he would obey theState
State law to the letter This law requiresseparate
separate echoolarirr
rirr fs AT totJUHtNational
National City funk Huy 45OOiMM ofFlfly
Flfly Year HondaComptroller iComptrolor
Comptroller Metz sold yesterday 4SOO000of
of fifty year 4 per cent city bonds Although
though the bids were low the bonds weresubscribed
subscribed for ten times over tht totulamount
amount of the bids received being SU
700000 The Issue was to pay for variouspublic
public Improvement now under waywith Iwith
with the exception of 200000 which was forthe
excpton sO
the need of the water supply department
The entire issue of the bonds was awardedto
to the National City Bank whose bid of
101899 was the highest The average received
ceived at the last sale of bond was 100097The
The issue will be sold through the bank andN
N W Harris CoSTOItM
1 Ihe Favorite Ithlrrn llr orll Wrwhwlor
or DamagedSptctal
Special CuMf Unpatchti to TUB StlsPARIS
PARIS Nov 2The damage done on theRiviera
Riviera by yesterdays storm was greaterthan
than the flint reports indicated All thefamiliar
familiar promenades and favorite resortswero
wero wrecked or breached Tho destruction
tion extends along the coast for a distanceof
of ninety miles The loss Is estimated at
15000000 Several pleasure yachts werewrecked IIwrkt
wrecked or nunkA
A number of submarine boats foundrefuge
refuge from the tempest by diving andremaining
remaining in the calm depths until theworst
worst of the storm had passedVENICE
VENICE Nov 2The storm that swepjover
over the Meditemnean coast yesterdaywaa
was felt here In a modified form but tnesea
sea flooded the great Square of St MarksMany
Many gondola other small craft crossedthe
the Iquar 1I
MiinnE cAnnEitAitEiMreiiRlh II
Strength of roupllnm lo Hint and lsatirs IIn
Cars Held I on llnadbnlPATKBSON
PATKBSON N J Nov 2Just afterleaving
leaving the Hackcnsack River drawbridgethis
this morning the middle car of the Suffernexpress
express which leaves the Erie Railroadstation
station in Jersey City at 034 A M leftthe
the track That an accident was averUvlis
is due solely t the fact that the couplingpins
pins that held the middle car to the firstand
and third did not break As it was thecar
car bumped along the railroad ties forseveral i
several hundred yards before the traincould
could be brought t 1 standstill the passengers
sengers momentarily expecting that theywould
would be thrown into the salt meadowsNo
No one was hurt but somo of tho womnnon
on the train were in a panic I was slidthat i
that the accident was duo to some defect inthe
the derailed cars lr nw I
POrlCKVA IIIS 1 HOW IVHad IJullrrnt1hlr
Had irrvril Thirty tears ttIlium tier SexllelllR I
llelllR IllKlOVITPtlSprcMI
SprcMI Cable Dripatclt to TnK NUNPARIS
PARIS Nov 2The Madrid correspondentof
of the Matin Rends a strange story r
sembling some which have deveopad nNew
New York in recent years of women successfully
cessfully passing themselves oiT as mon forlong
long periodsThe
The correspondent nays that a policeman
man in the Spanish capital fell in the streetIn
In a faint A physician found that thepoliceman
policeman was a woman Investigationrevealed
revealed that she had served in the marinecorps
corps for the usual period and had afterward
ward been ro thirty years n policemanrising
rising to the rank of sergeant She wasnever
never suspected of being other than a lani
Unou s llrarslg Scurrility It an InMili hutlie
lie doesnt Know WhyWKBTMINSTKR
WKBTMINSTKR Md Nov 2ln a political icl
cal speech here this evening Charles JBonaparte
Bonaparte Secretary of the Navy saidI
I see that the lon William H HearstDemocratic
Democratic candidate for Governor ofNew
New York had described me as a noband
and a cab hon tI
I have some idea of what a snob is andI
I recognize Mr Heats authority as anexpert
expert on the question but I must ownthat
that when I a called a cab horse thAleavet
leaves mo In somewhat the some dilemmaas
as Mrs Partlngton was when she wascalled I
called a parallelogram I know it is a
terrible insult but I dont know why Acab
cab horse seoms to my ignorance and simplicity
plicity t b a decidedly useful memberof
of societyFlItE
FlItE I11 COST 7 r LIVETruck
Truck an Its > lo It Kills Man Fnglnellsdl
llsdl Injure AnotherA
A small fire In the book binderyof EWober IWebr
Wober at 3 6 and 7 City Hall place about
9 oclock last night was Indirectly responsible
sible for the death of one man and theserious
serious injury of another As Truck 10was
was hurrying to the fire and had just pausedtho
tho entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge JohnDoyle
Doyle ran across the street He was struckby
by the pole of the truckThe I U
The truck continued on its way to thefire U
fire and Doyle practically dead was carriedo I
fo the sidewalk Dr Duncan of St Gregorys
orys Hospital worked over him for fifteenminutes
minutes an he lay utifonxoioim a thn footof
of the bridge stairs but he writ Imynndrecover
recover AH he wan expiring n priestfrom
from St Andrews Itninnn Catholic Churchadministered
administered extreme unction In the ittI r
of n large crowd I hit hud cnllnrtwi Frompnpers
rulers found in the t > > dy Ioyl was shownto
to LN > a Keatiiun diHcluuxed with it rotiirdof
of good conduct ut IVCIK > < lul Muy
He was ifl years oldEngine
Engine 31 while going to thn same lireran
ran over John Daly n labornr what livenat
at 180 Park row The accident happened A
Worth and Centra streets Daly sustainedfractures
fractures of ixth hogs and Internal Injuriesand
and Is In a very serious condition Ha warernovrd
rernovrd to the4 t ct hoplal
I American Sets a New MarkAbout
About 200 Miles Fromthe
tho PoleNO
But Explorers Brief MessagiShows
Shows That Expedition Stffered
fered Many HardshipsNew
New Ilecoril Is HT lleKree Illnutn fierthIVIilld
IVIilld Irevloui one Made b > the Dukeor
of lime Abm7l iK lllyn Itlu 88
Ulrlt1 lltnuten Peary MnreTnmnn iiI
n Year In the tretlelIrsI News ofI
HIM rhl esnrut CeimIc Fries Iabridoptilarer
I Aid or IT flay He Hack in New YorkIn
In Ten IntuIas Trlliutf to this BhlAfter >
After more than a year In the Arctloregion
region Commander Robert E Peaty gotbock
bock in touch with civilization yesterday
day and sent word that he lied beaten thefarthest
farthest north recordIn
In his dnsh for tin North Poll CommanderIVary
IVary reached 87 ° f This took himwithin
within 171 geographical miles or 20030statute
statute miles of the pole The bet previOIIH
oils record was BB ° 3V made in 1000 by theDuke
Duke of the Aliruzzi expedition Beforetluit
that ann held the record of 80 ° 4 madin
in the Krani Pearys best previous recordwas
was M ° 17The
The mews of the great achievement camto
to Herbert L Brldgeman In a despatchthe
the explorer sent from a missionary stationon
on the coast of Labrador Though neceawirily
wirily brief it shows that tho expeditionsuffered
suffered many hardships but there wu noloos
loss of life
The message from Commander Pearywan
wan nn followsHoiKOitv
HoiKOitv IihradorviaTwilllngate
tin wlllIR Newfoundland Nov 2Herbert
Herbert L RrMuemanRoosevelt
Roosevelt wintered north coas GrantLand i
Land wnnewhat north AlcrtH winter quarlers
tars Went north with sledges In Februaryvia
via Ileokln anti Columbia Delayed by openwater
water between si and 85 degree BeyondN3
N3 six days Gale disruptwl Ic destroyedcachu4
cachu4 cut off communication with IUP
porting bodies and drifted duC castReached
Reached 87 degrees I minutes nortllatitude
latitude over le drifting steadily eastwardReturning
Returning ate eight dogs Drifted ct
ward delayed by open water R ache
north roast Gitenland in utraltenod conditlona
ditlona Ifillod musk oxon and returnedalong
along Greenland CIt to shipTwo
Two supporting parties driven on nor
OBIt Greenland One rescued by me lantarving
starving conditionAfter
After one week recuperation onfloaesveil
veil sledged went completing north coaitGrant
Grant Land and reached other land near rtooth 1100th
tooth meridian homeward voyage Incessant
cessant battle with co storms and headwinds
winds Roojfveit irapnTicent c fighterand
and e boat No Kalliwor Mne s In exeditol
1 edition PKABTPKAUt
Mr Bridgemnn was proud last nightwhen
when ho was exhibiting the telegram t
the reporters who Kber l to learn oftho
tho achievementI
I feel that it IH uelew for mo to addanything
anything to what time telegram says ItHpeaks
speaks for itself The part that tells ofthe
the eating of the dogs IH enough t showtho
the hardnhip that hp endure I amglad
glad that hn has reached that far northJu
Jut liefort 1 got the 1cary tellJra Ireceivid
receivid one from Sam Bartlett who waathe
the maiitrrof hp Windward and the DianaHe
He in related to CIIt Bartlett of the Roonenvelt
velt anti also to Moses Bartlett the mateof
of the Roosevelt The Bartlett telegramsaid
lid that hi bad heard from Moses andthat
that the Koosevelt was In Hopedaltdamaged
Just nl > out tho time I got home I foundthe
the Peary telegram Capt Bartlett wlruciimo
mme from Brigus Newfoundland ThoPeary IPeary
Peary telegram I believe was mailed fromHopedalo
Hopedalo down the oooxt to a telegrbpboperator
operator who Kent it when ho received theletter
letter addressed to himI
I Imagine that Lieut Peary will be bm
In New York In ten days maybe less Hecan
can take tho Roosevelt down to Sidneyand
and then come down In thirtysix hourson
on a train I he did he would probably
let the men bring the Roosevelt down bennnd
and lay her up in New York where 80
belongs That IH tho most natural thingfor
for him to do The crew a are Newfoundlanders
that foundlanders and could return bore afterthat
Commander Robert E Peary sailed northon
on the afternoon of July is IMS Theotart
tart was mid from New York and for daysIwforo
before th explorer started on his longvoyaRo
voyage northward his hip the RooseveltIny
lay off Twentyninth street In the NorthRiver
River where eta was visIted by crowds ofTin
Tin KooHnvnlt was built tinder Comnmndur
nmndur IVaryx upervi ion and embodiedtho
time latent icleiiw of what was necessary forwork
work in In Arctlo spas Her principalliinoiiiiniH
liinoiiiiniH mire Length on the load waterline
line nil ieitinctli overall 183 feet beamniaxlnini
laxIInt lund water line 31 feet beamover
over nil 3A frt 3 Inilicn mean draught 18f
rft I il load dlsphuvment about l00tonsTo
To md hir In t ho might with the loo the RoosevtltH
vtltH bow stern and water line were armored
mored with Meet platO Hhe was built ofwhite
white cixk rigged ns a schooner and fittedVOLIINTKKn
The Judiciary Nominators WANTI 511 a
101 AtD iiONIe4 CWZfl J
JrOIhQlne lal JIUNf C IloltL4tt
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