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J k > from 1000 toIm borwpoww Hercern
east when ready for eea KM estimated atli
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f The expedition led bjr Comm ea11organlzecf
WM organized by the Perjr Arctic Clubo
of whioh MorrU K Jeaup Is president endHerbert
Herbert L Brlrtgeman mxretaryBefore
Before leaving Commander Peary cxpreecod
preened great confidence In the ability olble
bill party to reach the polo Ho bued hIsb4Uef
belief on threu polnte The strength of hisI
veteel which he believed would enable hbrtq
tq push further north before resorting IcIcpd
Und travel than had bin poseibto in theIer
earlier attempt hi own hard oarnod knowledge
ge of Arctlo < ondlUon aqd hid greahold
hold on the Esquimaux without whose aid
little or nothing could be accomplished inArbtlo
Arctic travelIIOW
now BK FLaXXED TO BEACH TH POLLrj0
The plan of the expedition was to prboety
bt the Greenland route the one Peary htuJt4ken
bjken in bin other attempts It w 8tbe i
Intention to push tho Rooflereft along theD
narrow channel between Greenland andOantLand
CHwitLand until thewan frozen in ItwlUlboped
hoped that the stanch little ship could bedriftID
driven to within 400 miles of the pole bet orc
1 the ice crew thick enough to bar furthipawage
r pawageWhen
When the Roosevelt had reached herfsrtbeet
farthest north the party wore to live inptble
portable hue to be erected on the Icewb1Je
4 while preparing dogs and ledf e for thtIII
final dash for thn pole It was CommandoJPwary
JPwary intention to take only ona whitcompanion
companion on the flnil trip They werto
to be accompanied by twenty ftledgedriven
driven by Esquimaux who were to refcuno
tatho permanent winter quartern as fastSi
Si the supplied they carried were used upPearyft
c Pearyft departure from New York wailwhat
cfnewbat delayed by difficulties which
arose In obtaining money enough to paytot
for the neoeeeary equipment He needed
MXOOO almost at the Last moment Lnrg
amount were given by Mr Jenup Ilndothers
3 others interested in the enterprises andbenefit 11flt
benefit performance added 10000 to tboCoda
1 funds of the expeditionWith
With Peary when he sailed from NewYork
York were Capt Frank Houghton navlRating
Rating officer of the Roosevelt FroBtewart
Btewart second officer Chief EnpinocCtoorga
George WardeU Steward Charles Peromad
mad Matt Henaon tho explorers negraervant
aervant who has been with Peary onafl
all bit trips The surgeon of the expedition
Lion Is Dr Louie James Wolf a younman
man who had served in the dispensary olBeIleuue
BeBevue HospitalPEARTB
PEARTB rmn ATTEMPTThis
This was Peiryto fifth attempt to reactho
the pole The other altdge journeys werE
1 made In the yeare 1891 ISOG 1IlOO and 1002It
c It ras on the last trip that the explorerreached
reached 84 degrees 17 minute of latitudthen
then his furthest northMrs
Mrs Peary accompanied her husbanpartway
partway on one or two of his former trip1Last
Last year she remained behind I1nelthl5ummer
ummer secluded howelf on an Mnnd niCasco
Casco Bay to await news of her htibbamKhe
Khe was alwnyp cheerful and newer artralttrd
muted hat there was any possibility nfthe
I the expeditions failure or that Commander
1 Peary might have gonn on his last journeyIn
In a recent intorvif she was reported alluytng
saying that ho would not be surprised notto
to hear from hor husband until the lot IfNovemoor
November At tl > nt time she was returnlnito
to her home in Vanhinotonirir
irir 11wr HAS UOMRworrt
Rworrt latlf In Sliortr lime Hcmnrkal
al > ie SliilRp JounifjIn
W In reaching the latitude of 87 6 MiPeaiy
Peaiy approached tq within JOOOfl etntuttnllesof
tnllesof the north pole All the higherv
v records have bfo n made within the lasJJ
JJ twentyfour yeans Here is tho list ThiDuke
r Duke of the Abruzzi IBDO 29915 statute
1 f miles from thc pole lInen 189 20miles
miles the From 1865 during her drifif
f after Nansen left her 28053 miles PearyIDOl
IDOl 30475 miles Lockwood 18K 5UOmUe
t milesi
i nLteeIc the most successful attempt on tbis
s pole yet made not only because Peary hast
made the nearest approach to the pole yetachieved
t U achieved but also because he reachocf
r 1 Us hljheet north in by far the bhortespf
pf ttma after leaving for the Arctic All ext
j
f t pedlUons excepting those of the Duke of the
rint t Abtwzl and Peary that have been conf
f f plcuoUK for high northing made were InK
K the Arctic two years or more before att
EPkinlng their highest north Peary palleC <
C from New York July IS 10 He does notgje
i tfre the date of his highest north butk
I K eeetns evident that h was withinI ottt
t ttt Wiles of the Korth Pole some eight oi
It
i ne months after he left this dtyfyf
fyf The Duke o the Abruzzl cnme nearer4p
4p emulating Peary in thii respect HIJf
Jf work waa regarded as unexampled in thefact
fact Iat only a year nfterhe was rcirortwto
> 1 hive reached the south coast of FranJosef
< Josef Land over 450 miles south o theJet
Jet point he attained he wns In opeiwater
water bound for home and theteUgrar1i
u
i lutd already flaslied the neww of hil eueeesnd
and his return all over the worldTho
Tho fact given In his despatch show thatt
tt Peer made a terrific niggle to reach thepole
1 pole His feat of sledging over the Ic orke
abo polar ocean will stand in a close byilceir
i ilceir Nothing like It has hitherto beenachieved
ohlevedVf
We rny get some idea of the work he diiTf
that from hiskit
Tf when the fact is mentioned tat frm
< kit lao at Cap Colombia to hu mosvv
vv northern point he advanced more thai
4 400 miles toward the polejs
q me
js His Journey may have been a great dealv
v longer as his course wai def e by icef
f ridges to the rfht or left of a straightline
l line but what he did was to mak a northJDK
I < JDK of over 0 mile from I IB promontoryof
of Grant Land where ho struck out on theloe
J It may b wild without any furtherf
details thai there in nothing to comparewith
f with thin attainment over tho liummockyJc
jce or tho > orth Polar Sea in Arctic annulTho
> The fart thut his journey won drlayodIf
If by open water aftiir ho had jaseI 11111blghet
4 blgheist northing ever mode In the Aracrlcr
loin Arctic J 4 surprising cir < n > nj tHncJ
J Open water has been seen along the southem
em border of this part of the Arctic OceanjT
jT and t the north of Rsbcson Chnnnsl TheCiiee1
fij Oreefy porvy found reaches of open waterBo
i in this 1 along flip Greenland Clf HutDo
J1 Bo explorers who hays been North nfl thisjfif
jfif eat ice havn evr Vforo met wlpr Conj
t nidering th great dlstbncn 1rary nvadof
f > from his land base i II not at alt unlikely
v that if be hid found leo all the way to the
he bid Rood to hyt
p pole as h htl oo reason wxpocl
yt would have reached his goal
i t As neai1 ai can be judged the explorerijTi
ijTi mUll have been at least 20 mites fromi
j lan when the whole pack wnsby IInllt1b1
r by a gale and he drifts east to the Ot ofGnnllll
Orcenlnml at lei t about 1 o ntllc to noI
V northeast cf tho winter < iinri < r of thoj
j Rooswvelt hIM omeiv hnl Iwoi loitroymjjf
jjf ha reached land by atlnK hli do n ondUj
t bias party were cn < tnwoyi on blwiki
t i coast 1enryV knowledge of Ills CILVundoubtedly
undoubtedly gave him COnn4dbe tuube
be would meet muwk oxen ti ra lit > rilnand
and hf cave 4 vi lit ugnlu 0 on hiiceooBd
i tD trip t the north of CreoiUnd ovorXATCtUIJS
XATCtUIJS UAIIIV MXIItllTo
To trCUre fttr And honriti alI hI fart
I t ijfistuo jii > disF
F InMtdf it VJiljn querP lot I Jullulair Norn
a
I
ALTFOVGH fflvlBff I his a
4 times thC aervlcaetferetf
etferetf fcy the erdlB
I entBa
uary typewriterThe
The NewlHCkionecosts
N1C
s
1 1
costs BO more Than anyBlgBorade
BlgBorade maeblBe er aayrcBBlar
rcBBlar Smith Premiervctlcl
vctlclTk In
ml lilt rrvmltr f TyMwrN T ltct C I
Ithe
the inland Ic when musk ox meat was theonly
only resource that enabled him to retrachis
his steps eco mle to his camp on IngleflelGulf
GulfIt
It seems evident from the great northinGhe
he has made that as long a he hud flrnice
ice under his feet the conditions of Icetravel
travel were better than those he madon
o his previous trip over this some parof
of the sea in the spring of 1002An
An we went further north be said ofthat
that trip our difficulties were increasedby
ta
by deep soft snow This heavy cover
increasedthe
on the pressure ridges greatly Incle
the work of crossing them I we hadnot
not needed every man with the dog teamsand
and could have spared a few for pioneeiand
and raxmnoiHftnco work wn should havimade
made more rapid progress I we had hadiioneeTa
jianeers thny would have gone ahead awmarked
marked out the track One of them woulihave
have ascended a high outlook on I ridgand
and fixed the place on the next ridge wherit
it misjt be crossed mOt easily Theithey
they would have gone ahead t preparthe
the tack across the ridge Wo had to doour
our own reconnoitring and track makiniwhile
while the sledges stood stillOn
On this journey Plal reached 8t degree
17 minutes Starting from a very littltfurther
further north than the starting point ofMarkham
Markham over the same Ice he reachedMarkhams
Markhamn farthest 83 degrees 20 minutesin
in two days 1 journey that the Englishexplorer
I in making Pearwent
explorer was thirtyone miking Pcarpnt
went on with two men for sixtyfive ona <
I hal miles further before the lea conditions
dltions became so bad that there was ncuse
use in struggling northward any longerAt
At the end of the northward journey hicould
could not advance more than a mile a dayPeary
have encounteredsuch Iluch
Peary could hardly encountere
such terrible difficulties last spring willmountainous Imountalno
mountainous 10 ridge and soft mow ashe
he did in 1002 or he could not have madiso
so great a northing over the iceThis
This is doubtless the lost of Peary Arctiienterprises
enterprises and his last work Is the crowninifeature
feature of I remarkable series of achievemente Imentl
mente He will be ranked among the fetgreat Igrt
great leaders in polar endeavor Except lnfor
for the breaking up of the Ir which dotroyed
troyed hlw hope of reaching the plo hirexpedition
troye
expedition seems to have been wnarkabljfavored Ifaor
expiton
favored by fortuneHe iHe
He threaded the ice choked Smith PoumJclnnnels
clnnnels last hummer and took his veswback
back through them this season I feahat Ij
j hat baa never been achieved but onttl
IJfor in io short a time and that was bjthe
the ProteiiKwhen hC took tho Oreely partynorth Ii
i north and returned in the sumo seasonHo IHo
Ho suoceeecd In reaching the land bR8be
be sought and in spite of tbe terrible porihii
hls party met he in bringing every manack
I bock home He has been away only fifteennonths
nonths and b has the highest northingnaclo
made in any part of the Arctic to his creditMeet
I Meet prominent among Pear earliergeographical
geographical ochieveneutei are his twojourncyw
journcyw over the Ic cap of Greenlandvhich
which have been regarded as in the highestlass
ldq
lass of sledge work his determination ofhe
the northern extension of the inland Iceils
his outlining of a port of the northern coastif
of Greenland his exploration of the oichiclago
clago to the north of it his discovery ofhe Ithe
the most northern known land Cape Moris
his ethnological work amonghe
is Jesup and fhnologca aongthe
the Smith Bound Highlanders He haslow
low added more new land as his despatchpraks
speaks of land he saw to the north of Grantand
epf
ins rf7ff47 ITESWinirltl I
inirltl i4as Une Will fr Complrtril toDulnth
Dulnth In a MonthST
ST PAPL Nov 2An official of the Wisonsln
onsln Central road here tonight saysThe
Tho road will be completed to Duluth innother
another month Arrangements have beenladn
I made with the Duluth Rainy River andTinnlpeg
Winnipeg line to run trains over the latteroad aWo
road
oadWo wH also draw a large amount ofraffle
raffle from the Iron Range roadsIt
It lE enM that the Grand Trunk Pacific issohind
behind the Wisconsin Central and the ettnione
ensions through Wfoconsin to Duluth havelaused
ttnione tbrlh
caused considerabU1 comment In railroadircl
circleeThe
Tho Duluth Rainy River and Winnipegin
Riny
I Tine will be completed to the Manitobanapital
I capital by March next nt the latent whilehe
the Wisconsin Central will he hauling orerom
from the iron ranges by December ItT
i
ufT ion rirw4vr vrswvHas
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Has nt saxony Glee Haruird lUprmluolion
10 of hIstoric PulpitCXJIBBIDOE
CXJIBBIDOE Mass Nov 2Prof Kunoranoke
ranoke curator of the Germanic Museumt
at Harvard has just received from theHnistry
Ministry of the Royal House of Saxony atweage
message to the effect that his Majestyling
KIng Frederick August ha given to thelusoum
museum 1 full sized reproduction of theandstone
sandstone pulpit of the Church of Wechselur
billS near Lelpslo one of the finest medieval
eval monumentsThis
This gift will he placed beside the rUe
lon given by the German Emperor andidded
Ilven by prominent German citl enjy
adde b
by the Swiss Government and by Americansif
of German descentTho
The pulpit belongs to the beftiuilnR ofhe
he thirteenth centiry and Is an imposingind
and massive struct ire fifteen feet hlahorttlna
resting on columns and richly adorned withlish
i lish reliefrt of singular power and beautynomau
I nomau Klllril by Train In llohokrnAn
I An unidentified woman apparently 30can
e
I years old was run over and killed yestTUjyiftcnioon
iftcnioon bv a Went Hhorc Railroad trainn
on tlw tracks between Fourth and FifthtrrfltH
trrfltH in the Meadow section of Hoboknnh
11hl
She wm Ireihpil In Hack Tho only thingoun1
oun1 in hrr pocket was a white pockntuindkercliipf
t uindkercliipf Her body wan taken toofTmnnnri
I I ofTmnnnri undertaking rooms
HUGHES WILL TACKLED It TCOIiu
Continutd from Ftrri Pageby
by a crowded hall at Dauers pavilionclosely 6
closely was the narrow place packed thatMr
Mr Hughes had some difficulty in makinbis
bis way to the platform Here the candldatmade
made his guarantee of good faith to thevotere
voter aIf
If I am elected I will take the chair witlout
out pretensions to any great degreebrilliancy ofbrilliancy
brilliancy and with no widely herlde
propaganda of revolution to put forthelected I
thepeople
elected I propose that the interests of
people shall be conserved frt last and allthe
the tie As I read history the only honea
a Governor can have Is that that cmMfrom
from doing his dutyFrom
From Richmond Hill the candidate wawhirled
Frm Hi
whirled down the road to Brownsville Hearrived
arrived at Congress Hall at the corner ofAtlantlo
Atlantic and Vermont avenues about 10oclock
Atantlo A great crowd that had overflowed
flowed from The bal into the surroundlnstreets
streets saw the headlights of the chain oCAutomoble
Automoble and rushed in the direction ofMr
Mr Hughess cardate
Hughe8
111 In a hurry by Mid the candidate
date Youll have to let me outHardly
Youl Mr Hughes begun t speathan
than the name of the Brooklyn Rapid Trarit
alt fell from hit lips Instantly there wasfrantic
frantic cheering
frnto ahead Bughe Light Into Ibe
said a voice from the crowd Thatiwhat
what we want to hear Give us the dope onthe
the B R TI came tho encounwementYou
You have in Brooklyn I great proMemsaid
said Mr Huches after the tumult had diedIf
If I am elected I propose to take up thimatter
matter of your traction service and doawith
with it property and in BO far as in rojpower
power effectively
Tbe crush you find at the BrooklytBridie
Bridie every night is a diszracn And Iprops
propose to find out in a responsible way thproper <
proper method of procedure In regard t
than conditionsMr
Mr Hughes then hurried to the lttr
1
noli tan Saenger Hall Pitkln avenue antWatkins
Watkins street Hem Oscar 8 Strumhad
had preceded Mr Hughes and the audienexas
lughs
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precdc
MrHughes
was at a rare state of enthusiasm
Hughes spoke briefly on the same topicithat
that he had touched upon earlier In theevening
evening
eVfnlnTho
The largest meeting of the evening waithat I
that held in metnf Garden Greene ancHamburg
Hamburg avenues where the candidaUwent
went noxt Hero all tho Republican ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn Deemed to have gathered thejfilled j
filled the chair lined the aisles and nvsrsat
Jn
sat on the window ledges around the sldetof
of tho room Mr Straus preceded MrHughes I
Hughes Into the hall by n few seconds anciwas
was roundly IPPIRUdtl Then Mr Hugheappeared
appeared
appa stood on chalr and yelled ThejJammed I
Jammed Ito alMet and threw th ir hateInto
Into the air They stamped and calledout
out the cantlidRtes lame In engine whi < tltonns I
tones For five minutes nfier Mr Hughebad
bad seated himself on the platform 1I1 uproar
roar continued Then the chairman iriedto I
to stop the noise but failed Tim Woodrufftitood
stood up and waved his hand at th
crowd hut I h people would not Hop yelling
ing It was only after Mr Hughes hidbegun
bgn h reech screaming out each wordthat
that the roar subsidedI
I am for the enforcement of our antitrust Itrft
trust law Mid Mr hughes a1 nm againstunfair
unfair discrimination In btidneso ThebuKiness I
business men of the InlUd StattH I believearo
are beginning to Hnpre iato the fart thattruo
true conirvatii lies in laval obedienceto I
cn rvat
to the law and in obWini just regulation
I they do not recognize that voluntarilythev
thev muM IK compelled neverthel > i sto
to discharge their duty to the Statt
I want to see t reforms thht were enact 11
last year in regard to the great hiislnpsn ofnturanco
Insurance carried out and the interest ofur
our policyholders consorted I there Ismy I
polchulder
my amendment required if eTM > riencohows
shows anvthing further is needed to proect jtf
bet those Industrie BO farnsin mo lies wiwill Iil
rill havetbat amendment and that actionThe
The candidate proceeded to dilate onAmerican I
Thl candldal prOde
American prosperity and thn nocfscity ofjreservinK
pOperly
Amflrcan
preserving the same through a conservativeTho
governmentThe
The business of government is to ImportAnt
To
> ortant to he made tributary to tho demand
h trbutry
nand of lnfotlonl journalism Theivlls
evils that exist can never be corrected byshouts
shouts and hurrahs and headlines Wnt
know we have got a great country andIt
It in idle to attempt t make men believebat
II1e
bat bufincwft throughout the United Statesrotten
If rotten Business in the United Stuteosound
its sound rid that is why 1 have prooerity
erity
From the Palm Garden Mr Hu henlurried
hurried t Liederkranz Hall Manhattan
and Me erole streets where 1 crowd of
1200 greeted him The police had to flRhtheir
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their way though the crowd and pulledmd
md pushed tho candidate by turn untilhoy
pUle
they had worked him by degrees up to thelatforni
platform t hughess voice had Jittabout
about failed him by this time Ho had I
abut out in the evening with I throatiprayer
prayer and he hud to work it overtimeifter I
after he left the Pnlm OatdenThere
There seems to be no end to the demandor I
for speeches In thin rampuiKii tald ho tohe
the Liederferanz Hall crowd brt I an ableo
rnz
to talk yet and I hope to continue to talkmtil
until the voting beginAt I
At this place Mr hughes was Introducedf
as the man who stands for Our God ouriom Ihome
home and our country The Llederkranzpeech
thosewhich
peech was practically the xamu aM
which the candidate had delivered earlier
In the evening In referring to Ryx > klynranwlt
transit facilities he declared that themtere
were two wa > 1 of approaching the problemne
One wax to raise a great hullalwHoo andccomplljh
the other to ancerifn
accomplish nothing th WM alertlin
lain the exact facto impartially anal Ihornelily
nelily and then actIt
It wan 1130 oclock when the cmdidoteached
I Grand ftroethere
ached Palace Rink in Grnd tt I
There 1 crowd of If 00 was waiting forbn
him I was tV same story therecheorheera
cheers cheers As Mr Hiiphex was leavig
log the rink he was surrounded by wivemliundred
rnk
hundred who Insisted on shaking handUs
Ills overcoat wan almost pulled off in thotruggle
struggle to get to himThe I
The final meetln at Eckford Hall Eckprd
fnal
ford and Calyvr streets was In some renpectninarlymldnight
the meet notale of tle evenlnq II WRInrlymldnlght
inarlymldnight when the candidate arrivedhere
here but the place was packed So greatras
was the desire of the crowd to see MrluRhes
WI had waited more than halfn
hughes that all ha wnlte hai
lulhl
address themIr
an hour with no speaker to Idrf1
ilr hughes was escorted to this meetiniety
111
by luphl Williams Drum Corps andlattery
Flattery The escort met the ciinclidatebout
bout ten blocks from tho hall AM therecession
procession marched through Leonard streethe
the fife and drum corps goiri full bluntundreds
hundreds of windows wcro opened andleepy
hundr ne
sleepy heads thrust out The display oflajaman
pajamas and morn delicate night fineryran
warn immenseIt
B was considerably after midnight whenIr
Ir Hughes got into his automobile andUrted
Urted for his home In WIlt End avenunto
tlte pretty well tirnd out and he willa
have to do some careful nurring of his volnottnorrow
tomorrow or 1m wont l > e able to go throughthe
the long programme which has been prepared
pared for ManhattanIn
In Brooklyn alone Mr Hughes last nighttire
addressed nlout 000 persons On hil
intire tour through Queens awl King herobably
probablY spoke to 15000 I was by alldds
dds the mOt Inspiring piece of campaign
rig the candidate hal done
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I
I you are thoroughly wedded to the use of custongarments
garments we may not interest you if there is a lingeringdoubt
doubt in your mind you will find here the sort ofreadytowear
readytowear clothes that will set you to thinking
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Who is the musician of the familyEverybody
th o
Everybody if there i a ReginaplanoIn
In the home Sold on the paymentplan
plan if preferredRetina
Retina PUrtr PUoo 410 tRella s7iofltgths
RcEta CbtnaClockssil t aoJerln
CblmoCtol
Rella
llcflnk Mu le Boiet H tiVl > 4211lorTallor
Vl torT tkln Mteblnei ill t StooCdlMin
CdlMin Jclbn 1101 svoOur
Our Broadway store i the home ofeverything
Ou Brway tro o
everything in musical instruments ofthe
the presentBroadway
Broadway and Strvntctnth StTbf
Tbf onlr atoufactttrrra of muilo boxes InAmerica
AmericaWC4ftSr
WC4ftSr PAfEttS DESTKOYfnPeople
People of Rochester and Vile InillRnaiOver
Over the Cartoon f Fllhn RootKocnKatcn
KocnKatcn Nov 2Five tbousancopies
copies of the New York Evening JovMCIwere
were torn to bite In an Exchange street caltonight
tonight b a party of rn < n whotook tb
method of venting their disgust at theHearst
Hearst disgraceful cartoon of Elihu RootFred
M Gould wellknown
Fred Stalunan and L el
known business men of Rochester werithe
the leaders in the work of destruction andthey
they kept il up for two hours the newsboreaping
reaping the harvest TtY did no etorthe
the work until they were unable to get anymore
more papers the Hearst agent and menfrom
from the Democratic headquarters havinfixed
fixed it with a few boys not to sell morthan
than one copy to a person at a timeMessrs
Messrs Stallman and Gould sid tonlehevery
that tbeywouid b the train today whenthe
the JturMI arrived and would dlltroypVr1
every copy they could buy A telegrnrwan
wan pent to Mr Hearst tonight advminhim
him of what won going on nnd asking him to
flood the county with papers tomorrowtnci
fo ppr mall nt 2iiyesterday
UTICA Nov 2From the fast
yesterday afternoon great bundle of NoiYork
York Evening Journal printed beforbreakfast
breakfast were left at the Utica elationTliebO
TliebO vipers containing I pago artlclu attacking
tacking Mr Root and a cartoon roprowntlnhim
him as a rat were for general dlstributiorand
and judging from tho looks of Lafayettand
and uoesee streets this morning ntmany
many were readTho
The streets were littered completely witHearsts hHelrt
Hearsts papers torn into bits and sixinches
inches of snow could hardly have roverecthe
the street in a more effective way Thpaperf
paperf wtre given to all who would aocopa
a sheet from a boys hand The resentment
ment of this sorter campaigning won fbowiwhen
when they toe the papers into pieces ano
threw them into the street Some evenshowed
showed their contempt by stamping onthe
the hearst campaign clfdp r i is llover
over 10000 copies of Hearst H Journal wtrthrown
thrown about the treet last nightnsnKn
nsnKn TUllr ritou noor1ir
Three Watchmen Oil Of by Flames InEt
Et Wrtc rectoryThree
Three men were re rued by firemen fronhe
the roof of 1 burning six story building onthe
th East Side early yesterday mominifter
after they had cut themselves off froncape
escape by rushing in fright to the top orthe
the building imt ad of to the street BU theybtLI
do when the firs startedTlw
isd I chance to whn tli fl IlartP
The fins began on the third floor of thefiirnlture
urnlture factory of Iudwig Zodikow at 314and
md 33fl Stanton street noon after I ocloclesterday
yesterday morning I completely bunwnt
out the interior of the plica and AIIo to
to top floors of to adjoining seven torjmildingat
mildingat 3M and 3tO alo owned by Zodjlow
low and threatened to drfitroy an entinlook
> look of tenement houses before It I
extinguishedThe
Tho three watchmen Solomon JahrmarkInrcn
and P Kilick in their fear
Aaron Singer ft r rneed >
need to descend the fire escapes thru hthe
tlt1 blaze on the third floor and climNxirom
from the fourth floor to thf roof Awventyflvo
wventyflvo foot extension hdder waquickly
quickly raised t fist top of the buildingnd
and Firemen J P Oaklay P Mehle andI
J F Connelly soon rule their way throughhe
th flames to 10 top nnd brought downhe
th watchmenMwfts
I
Mwfts d inu mti incirnIll i
iiiI HMil Eeas on rarmlne for nhlch HeHero
Hero < l Hrlen llrfore varl re > lartrST
ST PAru Nov 5James J Hill railroadmagnate
magnate is to turn literary critic Rently
rently Mr Hill offered R prize of Sfiooo teI
h I divided nnontc farmers writing the leiijviys
jviys on farming subjects Each conetant
etant had to own at least twenty head ollock
lock and twenty sheep or swineTho
Tho essays have teen written and putito
into twentyone prize classes Prof Thomashaw
haw and Pro Hooveretadt reviewinghem
them and fixing the value of each Mrill
Hill however has requested that the prizee
ie not awarded until hn can peruse thsays <
essays himself He wants to Pnlf hehinks
think the same of the merits of each eiY
0 the expert authoritiesV7
V7 I5SKKSOV IffSffVVSUr
Ur ICI 1114 PIIMP a i fidel Knglnrrrolrl Ictiohd
tiohd YlrtlmiHenry
tICt
Henry R Asserson M brought his conuversy
try over tho retention of his phce alChif
Chif Engineer in tb Bureau of Sewersi
In Brooklyn to an end by tendering hisslgnation
resignation to President Coler of tintsrough
borough Ho explained that h hid noeslre
eslre to hold the job because of the frictionK
between him and tht other engineersn
In accepting the resignation Mr Coleruids
Iceptn
uids Mr Assenon for his long and faithfuldcial
dcial services t th old city of Brooklynnd
and th present borough and expresses hisonfldence
confidence in him Integrity as a man whileIITerin
differing from him In his conception of hisul3ordlnate
rponibity In tM supervisIon ot hi
I ul3ordlnatelr
eilrsisi PIIISftIIV niipDr
111 PI1fUt
Dr Saiimrl Tlnlnck Who Irarllird Here Itesr
Year Paisaus A nay In llrllrvueDr
Dr Samuel unlock one o the fovhinene
Chinese physicians in this part of thecountry
count died last night In Bellevuo Hosital
I pit of consumption He was 7 yeanId
old and had lived in New Yorks Chinatownir
I for the last forty years He was takenthe
the hospital on October 2 so III of
I to lht lUpltl1 10 11 coniclan
Jmpton that ho was barely nlvl
While the aged Chinese physician waathn
In the hospital he was visited almost dailyf
hy hH wife Adele and by the Rev FathercCaffrey
cCaffrey of the Curmelite Church theoctor
lcClr todotor
octor having embraced the Romanatholio
atholio faithSernt
Sernt B h iirrckfr Filially OltSrgt
Hergt Charles L Schaiwecker of theilendale
Glendale station who was twice dismissedrom
rom the Police Department and was reistat
istat d by the curl retired fron thercn
for yesterday While in command ofle
the school of ln trjctlon ho wa chargedith
with assessing the probation cop attendingm
11 school I apiece lp was trio i forits
thll and diMiilmtid bit later reinstate ipon
I lpon coming back to the ii irtmfnt ImUN
Cats onlerei before the ln > iti ofanal cir Mid > > <
anal ileclareil phyNJcully inrapnlilc of prorining
inninjt pollnj duly He wax IiinIsstagain
again hut the CUt ataln put him bocle
I e U rday ho ratrtl voluritanly Ho waippotuUHi
ppotuUHi oit the force April 3 IhTIVOMTXTCBR
nJ TErn WATCnKB WAISTKPThe
The Juiilrltrr Nnmtniton Inland to rat aFAIR
FAIR AMI HONIWT COUNTCoroll
Coroll ltntne ll lrl > a Union quart HoW ASi10V
IF YOU WANT ItiDOKH WITIIOLT BOASCil
lunuwr at one at Union ftautrn Hotel M a1ITCHrK
WATCHEB VOlt ELKCTloV AYAf fc u
ENDS fflSDPSTATE CAMPAI7V10IKS
7V10IKS TO I1EGIA SIKEVIofs
orS WORK Th THIS cnlffn
fldrll Tarns not With a row atimrglt rewIinrgh
Greet the Cawlldatc1Pledge
imrglt to cancldat JePId
Pledge Orange County by 4004p
p echeact Catskill rind SeltenectailyThadM
Chariots E Hughes ended hid upStacampaign
campaign yesterday arriving In this citya
at I oclock In the evening His trip dowifrom
from Utica wait notable chiefly for tinetrideoco
evidence which former State Car
Odell gave of his good wil1 toward tinItughee
Hushes candidacyTwo
Tw Weeks qo when the Hughes trairetoppcd
stopped at Kewburgh on ita run up Stattbsre
ltp
there wasnt a sign of Odell or any crowdatthi
atthe station This circumstance le to rpr
ports that the former chairman was nota
pr enthusiastic over tho Hughes oaaddacy
dacy and that the Republican rote In Grantcounty
county would probably fall below tho nrma
mat figuresMr
Mr fir made good yesterday TberUnt
Unt any doubt about that He not onlyturned
turned out at the station wit a immenicrowd
crowd but be assured 11 Hughes thatOrange
Orange county will give bun a majortof
of over 4000 The Hlggina figures In Orangcounty
county were about 3rtOOTba
The frt Intimation that Mr Hughes hadof
of a stop at Kewburgh was when he gottelegram atelera
telegram at Catskill from the State conmtttee
mitt notifying him that the people of thatcity
city wanted t see him A great cheer went
up as the train pulled Into the Kowburistation
station and former Chairman Odel himsescrambled
scrambled up the rear platform steps tefoithe
the train had come to a standstillI
I am glad to see O Governor wasMr
Mr Hughess erecting and the two shoohands
band Then without further preliminaries
narles tho former chairman stepped out iand
and BaldLadies
ed I
Ladies and gentlemen Charles EHughes
Hughes our next GovernorThe
The crowd surged down to tho rear ofthe Ithe
the train but many couldnt begin to gewithin
within hearing distance The platfornwa I
was covered with people and the Htepleading
leading up to the street were banked highwhile Iwhlo
while many had Fought vantage points onthe
the roof of the station and in the windowsof
of the building on each side of the trackeWith
With Odt1 standing on the platfornwith
with him Mr hughes Mid thin umoniother
other tilingI
I did not seek the ncrrinnticn ThenIH
IH Ire honor and distinction connecteiwith
with the office of Governor of this Statebut
bt It Is what I Governor does In tho interest
terest of the people that confer honoiand
and distinction I hwo no axes to grindI
I hnvo no political machine to build upI
I have no grudges to satisfy I simpljdesire Idtlre
desire if I lD elected Governor to he thiovernor > j
Governor for all the people of tho Statoof
of New York nnd to givn thorn I r < allJr
deal
Mr Hughes was cheered heartily a secondirhe
time when he had finished Breaking Ten
M Linn Bruce Mr Hugh 16 runningnate
mate who had boarded tho train at Catsklllaid
aid a few word Mr Odell before leavingho
the train soul this to Mr HughesI
I am sorry I didnt know you were coming
ing through Newbnrgh on your vny upWe
We could have done hotter for youMr I
Mr hughes complimented tho formerGovernor I
Governor on the big gutherinKBeside
Beside the XewburRh speech Mr Hugbtcuadeaddreescs In1Rde
n1Rde ddreHc14 In Schenectady and Cots illn 4on
on bin trip down Ho spoke before threeiiidlenccs
iiidlenccs in tho former place aggregating I
ing more than rtftfo peopleMr
Mr Hughes nrri > e l In Schenectady at0SO
0SO oclock In the moniingthat Is hefiived
fiived at the South Schenectady statIon
on tIm WcBt Shore Railroad which if aboutour Ifour
four miles from the centre of the city TheOCA I
local arrangements for taking carp of thelughcA
lughcA party were miserable Two automobiles I
mobiles loaded down to the limit boreway
aay about half of the party including theandldate iAndldate
andldate The other lialf wero left tobiff
biff for themeelvec or wait until the autonould
Quid run into the city and return Theeftovera
eftovera jumped a combination freightnd I
and passenger train on the Delaware andfudeon
Hudson rondo but got held up by a wreckhey I
They finally caught up with the candidatefter I11ft
after walkln 15 a milo or MO over a muddyoad
oadAt I
At Van urler Opera House where theIrst
first meeting was held Mr Hughe epokefore
I > fore 1200 poople They were mostly
Johenertfldvs bufne men nnd their famiThe I
lies The Hev Ur Andrew V Raymondrei
president of Union College presided MrIiighr
hughes was warmly received I
1 de most Interesting pan of the HchenecI
I lady programme were the last two hpeecheshlch
wilieh were before labor audiences at tneleneral
General Electric and the American Locomotive
motive companies plintnIhp
Ihp eneral W itri < ornpany has 1H0K I
men on its ayroll About 2MV crowdedi
around H stand at the companys work toiear
I hear Mr HughM O K Kmmonn generalnanaeer Irantildtl
manager of the big plant intrcduced thoandicfate
andicfate The men were n littlij snaringi I
Inthrlr applause at tint but OM Mr Hugheired
fired one convincing sentence after eliot herthey
hey responded more freely and ended byin Iphng
giving hIm Ii royal trndon J he met ustened
tfnteI Intently to every word which theCftndldate
nndldate uttered A strong wind wasblowing
blowing when Mr Huehm began and ho hado
I to tax his overworked voice to tho utmosto
to make himself heardMr
Mr Hughe appealed to the worklngmento
to glvA him their votes in the interest offt
prosperity n great deal better that jobs shoulduek
seek labor rather than labor should seekb
lobs said he
Mr Hughes reiterated his views In rflgardto
to labor legislation and labor organizationsnd
and renewed his pledge to do everything
In his power to Better the condition ofrage
wage earners He saidhroughout
The hUlllntIM life of the United Fitaletttbrouahout
throughout thirt great country ix not ortanlxed >
tanlxed robbery We have got a lot ofvils
evils and sometimes you have to Mudyhone
hone things and know just what the righthlng Ithing
thing IH to do and you cannot always getlist
just what ought to he dOM In n headlineither
either You dont want something thatmerely
III merely for tho purpose of creating aennatlon
sensation and permitting ono to get out anew
new edition Ijtughter You want sob ronslderation
consideration and unflinching effort to dobe
the right thingThis
This statement made n big hit with theudience
audience I
I want you to know that If I am electedhere
here will ho a man In the Executive ChamI
t her who knnws what his limitations HIPrbo
who dM not desire to make boasts andrho
who wont make promises that he cannoteep
I keep who doeu not want to IX conditional
but who is honestly going to try to do thndll
I right thing and to the extent or his I1bllityI
will do It and serve all the peopleAiout IAtnut
A Iout OO emplineen turned out at theKjomctlv IIlJoomoclvtA
I Kjomctlv works to hear Mr Hu hrnhat
Ihat meeting alto wan held in the open nirlr
I Mr IIuRhes had Rrcattr cilneulty therw
t In continuing against the wind than he hailad
had at hit prnvloim meeting Kn WHHolne
olne his bent to niako hlmsell heard whenfreieht
R freight fnltlnln Kiion the IHawnrcnd
end IiudHon Knllroad stipiHo j staule opjioItn
Itn thn Htnnc II logan In I t off sliunnd
nllia then 111 whlitle wits tIfo noviruiiniiMiind
iniiMiind ttlu1IIIj U IrHikritfiMtlioiiijin
IItl iTori 1 > iJ mn < Jt to umo thptaltrr
ptaltrr Komi lit the Mnpl ivn in theru
row1 vi re nmktnr wllr f > iIaIia irnmnnikeep
Iia keep hip tK > li K III I ri hliowiwvli >
I vli rf of ot > i 11 fv ili i v itlnifcrtniiOMihln
niiOMihln for t Input I liftr air Ihlnl liarit
the candljln Kill XVIiin till inrin liniilltnrted
tnrted up this loofirii f this whi ilr iri
the ushauat of 1utl a apett I t VJIH ther
firI time sine Mr Unglue began lib mmin
palO Vhr nni tiling with the irirrr ncrK1INII
K1INII TUB IHAl
Enroll ai L aljn sautre hold an WTCJlrrtJUIICIARY
fnr the
JODICIAHY NOMINMTORA vttff
5
S
bLPOs
OsHowDoYouJudge
1
How Do You Judgethe
the Value of a PianoEVERYTHING
EVERYTHING is comparative The pianothat
EVER ranked as the best U production of itsmanufacturer
manufacturer twenty years ago is or oughtto
to be totally outclassed by the products ofthe
the same manufacturer todayA
A piano that stands still is really going backwards
wards What is needed is a basis of comparison forTODAT
TODATThere
There is no piano makng such rapid strides forward
ward as the Weber It is the one piano that the musical isical
sical trade is most concerned aboutthe progress ofwhich
which is most jealously watched by other manufacturers
turers
The piano used by Rosenthal It the wizard of thepiano
piano on his present tour is the Weber The piano usedat
at the Metropolitan Opera House is the Weber I he pianoused
used by Caruso and other great foreign singers is the WeberYet
Yet rapidly as the prestige of the Weber Piano isgrowing
growing it has never held other than one posit mm
tn the front rank of the great pianos of the world Buteven
even with great triumphs in its past it is on th basisof
of what the Weber Piano it toJjy that its tile ofpopularity
popularity is sweeping irrsMThe istibh forwardAcoiian
Aeolian HaU 3C 2 rib Avnc
The AEOLIAN CO nc r nb Street New York
J
r > t an effort to interrupt his meeting hnioccurred
occurredMr
Mr hughes delivered practically thoS3
S3 me speech here that ho did at the meetingat
at tie General Electric pi lOt Tho canrlidnto
rlidnto was in Sch n < ctady nbout thrtxhour
hourAbout I
About IOOf people wore out at the operahoiiMJ
house in Catskill lieutOov M LinnBruce
Bruce nppoarcd ou the JI it form thorp wibMr
Mr hughes Both got splendid receptionMr
Mr Hughes sad in part In his atfiliillspeech
speech I
9t Is a great pleasure to come to Cetskiland taud
and to nee the same evidence efearnestassand
and enthusivsm that wo h ve met throughout
out the State Let me tell you that I believe
lieve hero is a determination to makthia
this decisive on election day We dontwant
want simply a victory we want a victorythat
that will teach a great leon a sadlyneeded
needed lecson n lesson tInt the good senseof I
of the people of this State is in controlBnd
and thit the people do not purpose to behumbugged
humbugged or to fritter awoy the prosperity
perity that they hold dearI I
lam for the enforcement of the laws oltliis
this Stale no matter who stands in the iwnyno
wny no matter who Is hit If I urn electedard
ard B dollar of public money foe wroniI
I propose 10 fix the responsibility for thatwrcncdolnz I
wrongdoing I propose Hint we shall beunflinching i
unflinching and fearless in the detection ofwrong
wrong But on the other hand I projrwethnt I
that wo shall deal yrjuarely and falrlv witheverv I131e
every one who come before the bar olpublic Ipubllo
public opinion or who comes In touch Inany
any way with the various retivities olgovernment I
governmentwant
Wf want to be more Anxious to be rightthan I
than to he famous more desIrous to le justthru
thru t < > get otrce It Is far jre importnntthat
that the ndminUtratitin of ts State shouldbe I
00 decent than that some newspapersshould
should be sold It is impossible to dealwith Iwllh
with the great problems of governmen inand
11 way hat satisfies the cleman1 for novElty innd
and the morbid craving for sensationAir
Air hughes returns from up State thorho Inllghh
nllghh satisfied with the conditions whichha
ho found up there He said after he hndgot I
got backThe
The conditions up State are very satisfactory
tory The Republicans loyal and alertand
and throughout the State we have the support
port of the old line Democrats There mustno Ibo
no no relaxation of effort but a determination Ition
tion to get out the full vote There must beno I
no reliance upon what others may do buteach
each voter should see to it that he does bisow
own duty at the pollll The Important wordnow I
now is Dont fail to voteMr
Mr Hughes Is in good condition for theirenuous
irenuous campaign which ho will wage Inhl
this city for the next two days Hisvoices
Is standing up under the drain well Hefll
fll tour Manhattan tonight H poking InIde
tAn or twelve places on the East and WltttSide
SIdesMr
SideMr
Mr Hughes has since the campaignegan
began spoken in every county In the Stateixcept
except sixv
v 1 cEvrn4f II v TIIIAI AGAIii
On Inillctmpnl Charging the Railroad andSn
Itlllar Trust nith HebattnirJudge
Judge Holt In tho United States Circuit7ourt
Court yesterday issued an order Hummonng
log tho New York Central Railroad Company I
pany and the American Sugar Refining ICompany
Company to appear before him nextWednesday iWednellday
Wednesday for trial on the two indlctnenta
nenta charging them with neoret rebating
The Indictments charge the companiescspectlvely
cspectlvely with giving and receivingcbateu
rebated totalling about 16000 on augaixhipped
hipped to loveland The shipments weronado
made In 192 and 103 it is alleged andho
ho rebates of four and six cents a hundredxmrid
pound H paid over In 1003 and 1004 Both
cases are based on a large mass of docunontary
nontary evidence prepared by AsNlstautnltwl
nltwl States District Attorney Henry
A Wise and Agent John W H Crim under
the direction of Federal District Attorney
Henry 1 HtimsonThecnsti
Thecnsti against the railroad company willrol
> rol > ablybe tried first An a result of thorial
trial two weeks ago of the first indictment
J08000 penalties wen Imposed upon the
Cew York Central and 10000 upon its cenA
frol tncltlc manager Frederick L PomeroyA
A Young Mannredi
needs money H hat what hevrt
lives Ask fiiccenful men a they depniitrd
potted their doll n forgot them tillthey
they needed them then forgot themng
ng > in With the equitable rate ofinternt
internt allowrd you huld havetmig asnug
snug acm when you need it In theGuariian
Guariian Trust Comnaiy
OF NEW YORKIn
In r v dwy Cor Maiden Laew
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I I ARRowICLUPECO
CLUPECO OHRUNK
Quanvas jz couanI
I O 1ThE
THE BEST SILVERi
i rtadilf distinguithcd byhit
hit trademarkI84TROGERS
I 1847 ROGERS BROSLook
Look for it on knives forkgpoont
spoons etc H means longwtar
wear and hard serviceStlotr
0 Stlotr Plate that Wean
I I Till hmJtemeit iilt tr ptateJcake
I cake er triad Hitht artmail
mail IyMERIDgN
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MBRIDKN BRIT COCARPET
CARPET HLEANSING B tnfWfOtfM f Msmi iiL
L rcot In lUr World ETtry dUalla8
1 3d seer sptrInrtTHE
THE THOS J STEWART COItway
Itway It 4eth SihvljT hnnr 2a3 BryantBTORAOE
FrI II lilh MIs hny Cltf
STORAGe WHEIIOl1ir ANn HOViAO VANSWrttr
Wrttr or Iflonhone for IntrrrMInc bookletIOUTICAl
r
IOUTICAlMASS
MASS MEETINGVNUHR
VNUHR rIlE Ausnrns orThe
The Republican Clubof
of the City of New YorkCOOPER
COOPER UNIONEighth
Eighth St and 4th AveSaturday
Saturday Nov 3d 8 P MHon
Hon HENRY W TAFT will pres deADDRESSES
ADDRESSES BVHON
HON CHARLES E HUGHESHon
Hon Setrj Low Hon Julius M MayerHon
Hon E R L Gould lion Fraak L FnijoneNO
NO FICKtTS KEQUIKEDDIED
DIEDCABOTU
CABOTU BllMbeth Nt J on Friday Novernhf
2 IDes Anna Sophia Iftmnt taldov of Hitale
tale John Frazier Cabot and daughter of thnlate
late Rev William Hauler f > D rector ofSt
St John Church Wathlnzlon U C In tUi
T tb year of ber airFuneral
Funeral wrlc s at Cbrl t Church ClUabctUon
on Monday November 1 at 11 oclockRYANUarraret
RYANUarraret Ryanruntral
runtral from ber residence 411 Central Park
Vrt Saturday Nov X In the Church of tbAwrnslon <
Awrnslon Went I07ih et Requiem mass Iorlock
orlock Jnirmcnt at Calvary CemeteryWHITE
WHITE In HrxMlrn on Urdnrtdty October 21Alexander
Alexander MOM White In the Sid year of baaact
actFinsrI
Funrrat set iff will be held it hit late retldenreIlrrrpnnt
2 Ilrrrpnnt pi on Saturday afternoon Novmti
vmti r 3 al J oelneli Friends will please rnrain
rain from sending flowernItKMGIOlS
H 0IUIGIOI14
ItKMGIOlS NOTICESFifth
I Fifth Avenue fresbyttrlin Church
Klin Avrnu nailiu Sircet
I lilY JI loss Slivenion D 0M
UlnlMjr
I VIES flIo II rril lot telsttnt
taerttaqomnenue ft II A M 4 p M and A r I
ltae IAIor Will preach In the mllruln Iolllltruu
SlIeI Kvrtna S rulcr at S CI sk
Roy Hugh Black w M Asitp
I rflh Ir am
Hllile School mri at 030 A Jl
ftlnIr I wnlntr Irairr Ste lIne g I
fiMnc < T are t r 1 illy 1ivliedCHURCH
I CHURCH F LIE MtSSIAii
ii nltJilini 34lh 51 car tark A rJ
I icrvInes II A UI
I Rev Jiim Holmes
of nnrrnnur Ma will pr nrhubject
3ubjectIHE NUCCKM OK f5l 1 II alt
I TUB 1AitUHB OF StCCK loo
llanday Itheel 10 oeloik In thipl
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