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SUNDAY NOYKMBB 4 1908Fair
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Pays 1es nrlnRliiB Uaek Ship Till Year forHrpnlrs iIfllalr
Hrpnlrs and Additional Supplies Hasllrarhed
llrarhed hattie Harbor lAbradorUti
> Ian Congratulations for HimTisox
Tisox Mns Nov 3Morrls K Jouuppreident
preident of the Peary Arctic Club roo
ceive I today a despatch from Comm ndlrPr1fY
Peiry which is interpreted as meaning thatthe
the eiplorer not satisfied with hU rocordof
of farthest north Intends to repair theUoocereH
UoocereH tko on supplies and return forhern
the jUf o1 the North Pole The telegramread
readMorn
Morn K hup president 01 Peary Arcticflub
flub rom Hopedale Labrador toTullttiaatr I
Tullttiaatr NStemicr FSteutner
I
Steutner Roosevelt now here repairingwider
wider and tcrn taking ballast and awaltm
nz arrival mill steamer to secure coLHCIUrTI
Return voyage incessant struggle with icoto
to Cape York September 28 Then stornwuni
uni lie ri winds to Labrador coae October
13 Carrel away two rudders stern postand
and to blade of propeller foretopmastundfpankerboorn
IInd franker b9Qm Lost ono boat burnejnil
nil cOJI and some interior beams UsingwooJ
woo and blubber along the coastKxpect
Kxpect to communicate agaln fromChtpeiu
Chtpeiu Progress will be slow but haveno
no nn i9t7 for our safety and give no credence
I
dence to exaggerated reportsRoosevelt
Roosevelt Is returning this year for additional
ditional supplies and for repairs Severaltons
tons of whale melt dog food thrown awaylut
lilt fall after poisoning number of the dogsOther
Other supplies Iwt by the breaking of icoin
in April PEARTDiscussing
Discussing this despatch Herbert LBridgman
Bridgman secretary of the Peary ArcticClub
Club sad last night that only Lieut Pea
himself could say whether he would tryit
it again so soon or DOt The plans madeby
by the Peary club were for only one expedition
ditionLieut
ditionUeut
dilonUtt Pea did not go in any sense atbe
the hired man of the Peary Arctic ClubMr
M Bridgman Maid He made h ownplans
I plans and the club booked him I cannotMy
My whether tho club would book him againnext
next year because I havent talked withany
any of the membersMr
Mr Bridgman received a telegram directfrom
from Commander Peary lost night anoug
nouncing the arrival of the explorer and hisexpedition
expedition at Battle Harbor In one o thofiords
fiords along the coast of Labrador It isjust
just inside the Strait of Belle We whichwparatej
wparatej the southern point of Labradorfrom
from Newfoundland The message wasdated
dated yesterday and readJust
Just arrived Regards to Mrs Bridgman
man and YOlt PEARTMr
Mr Bridgman sold he a highly gratified
fed over the new t the Roosevelt thoughbadly
badly domagedTiaVbeen equal to tho longjourney
journey from Hopedale whence the firstnews
news of the expedition carte on Friday toBattle
Battle Harbor which ts t3M milesdown
down the coast
tOW t
The trip from Battle Harbor to Sydneywhere
where Lieut Peary will doubtless continuehis
his journey home by rail will now be easysaid
Mid Mr Bridgman He will b able toget
el all the coal he wants In Battle Harborfor
for that Is the point to which I went forcoal
a with the expedition of 189 There isalways
always plenty of it stored there I imaginehe
the trip from Battle Harbor to Sydney willtake
take three days Lieut Peary can thencome
come on here from Sydney in thirtysixhours
hoursA
A previous message sent to Mrs Ptar
radiIoprAIF
Input Labrador via TwillinicateNewfoundland
ewtoundland Nov 2 Homeward
voyageincessant
incessant battle Storms Ice and headirid
iniIs Propeller damaged and progressvery
very slow Waltlne here for coal from mallMeamer
Meamer have no anxiety Expect wirefrom
frol Chateau Cay All perfectly wellCommander
Commander Pearys achievement in setting
ting the peg marking mans daring withinHi
Hi geographical miles of the North Polelias
lias stirred instant appreciation from mencif
cif scienceand explorer Already Mr Brldgnin
nin hal received telegrams of congratulation
lation addressel to Peary from men whohave
have tried to reich the pole or who haven
n keen Interest in the attempts of othersto
to break through the ice circle about thefrozen
frozen cop of the worldProf
Prof Angelo Heilprin of Yale who wasm
m charge of the expedition of 1892 thatbrought
brought the first ear party back fromreenland
reenland was the first to send his relc
tation to Mr Bridgman His telegramreceived
received yesterday readMy
My heartiest congratulations Threecheers
cheers for the Pearys and yourself I amoverjoyed
overjoyedWilliam
William S Bruce who le the ScottishAntarctU
AntarctU expedition several
years
ntrct exPlton yers agofent
fent the following cable from EdinburghPeary
Per care Bridgman Very heartycongratulations
congratulations on your splendid achieve
mentStill
Still another telegram received by MrBridgman
Bridgman yesterday was from W J McOeewho
who was head of the department ofanthropology
anthropology at the St Louis expositionnd
and formerly president of the AmericanNational
National Geographical Society McGeeatelegram
telegram readAccept
Accept and share with Mrs Peary andArctic
Arctic Club heartiest congratulationsMrs
Mrs Peary who has been visiting at thoborne
bore of Emil Diebitsh 391 West End avethn
Jue for a few days pst and who recive
the telegram from her husband forwardedthere
there rron Washington yesterday morningreturned
returned to her Washington home yesterdayafternoon
afternoon with her son Robert E Per
Jr She will leave for Sydney to join herhusband
husband teamerMATHOT at that port on the first availableteamer
MATHOT BETWEEN TWO ALTOSkhtfu I
Iberia of HU Buggy flmulird one DriverLocked
Locked tpDeputy
Deputy Police Commissioner Mathot was
driving in a buggy through West Forty
rlxth street last night when Elmer Broberg
of 310 West
Fiftyfifth street driving
F1YIUh Btrt annutomobllo
automobile turned Into the street fromrway
Broadway Behind Mr Mathot wan another
other automobile In charge of C W Seamanof
of 789 St Marks avenue Brooklynhe
In a Jlly Mr Matbots bURRY vHS
rame tract and rear by the two 8UtotThhe
tThhe hnfu of the buggy were smashed and
in e horse was badly scared but not an
When the thing had been straightened
ha
i bn
out Mr Mathot had Broberjr arrested on A
charge of raokleM driving Ito was lookediup
iup in the West Fortynwrenth street stationt
lee 1 T U Cl f Q
S IS Ola T1e loat4I r
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Will
YEW COXSTITt TIOX FOR IltlPisu
Finn of Moderates Who Vote to UUsulvcTheir
Their Pert anti neoriaulrttptctol
ttptctol Cable Detpatth to Tint UN
HAVANA Nov iAt a national convention
tion of theModerate party held here to
night It was unanlmoUHly decided that thl
party should dissolve Thin action wataken <
taken beau the programme of the parfytil
did not provide plans for its conduct underthe
the condition of intervention now in existence
istence in the country Another reasonwas
was Uie dwlre to leave the way clear forden
den Rtus Rivera to take the proper steprfto
to meet the present conditionsAfter
After the dissolution of the party OcnRivera
Rivera addressed those present as privateIndividual
Individual end explained his intentionsHe
He referreJ to his interview with Secretary I
Hoot adding hat he believed the UnitedState I
State wish Ae Cubans to make anotherattempt
attempt at xiVgovernmont This wouldbe
be obligatory upon the Cubans but he believed
lee the United States would not turn thoGovernment
Government over to the Cubans unices theyconvinced i
convinced the Americans of their ability torn
run affairs and gave necessary guaranteeto
to that endGen
Gen Rivera proposed that a new party
bo formed the programme of which wouldnot
not be to obtain office but to bring aboutreforms
reforms asking the United States to d
dar the present national constitution deadand
and commence the elections under a newone
one Although this would prolong thflperiod
period of intervention It would offer betterguarantees
guarantees for future changeGen
Gen Rivera suggested briefly that foreigner
signers b allowed to vote at municipalelections
elections If they had lived a certain lengthof
of time in the country that there be a pluralvote
vote as under the Belgian system that thePresidential
Presidential term be six years with no reoeleion
election and that there bo a standing armyof I
of 5000 men Details as to a necessaryquorum I
quorum in Congress should be fixed beyondany i I
any room for doubtA
A vote of confidence In Gen Rivera waspassed
passed and he was requested to draw up aprogramme
programme Gen Rivera said if his planwere
were pursued a representative elementwould
would join the movementBLEXIIEIM
BLEXIIEIM TO BE CLOSETDuke
Duke of Marlborough Decides to Live InWoodstock
Woodstock llonjoSpiclat
Spiclat cable Despatch la TiE SUI
LONDON Nov 4 Reynoldaa Xctrtpapereays
eays that as a result of domestic trouble theDuke
Duke of Marlborough has decided not t
live at Blenheim palace in future but to livein
in what will be a humble residence for aman
man of his position Woodstock Houteoverlooking
overlooking Blenheim Park His motherLady
Lady Blandford will probably share hisnew
new abodeThe
The paper says it believe Blenheim willbe
be closed altogether and that the two hundred
died servants will soon be dischargedTO
TO HEAR KAISERS VOICE HEREIleTalks
IleTalks Into Gramaphone for Smithsonianlimitation
limitation HecorrtVprtfal
pal CuW Dcipalcb te TR > SUNPARIS
PARIS Nov 3The Strasbourg correspondent
spondent of the Maim learns that Dr E WScripture
Scripture of the Smithsonian Institution atWashington
Washington has obtained a record of theKaisers
Kaisers voice in the gramophone ThoKaiser
Kaiser was frt willing to talk but hestipulated
stipulated that the record should never b
reproduced publicly till he was dead DrBcripturo
Scripture told him that the Americans didnot
not know how to wait so long whereuponthe
the Emperor graciously said All rightand I
and Dr Scriptures mission was fulfilledCLixa I
CLixa TO fJ tvc 16 uornsMan I
Man Swept to Sea In Recent HurricaneItwctiert
Itwctiert by Steamer Barristerflptcial
Special Callt Unpatcti to THE UNLIVEBPOOL
LIVEBPOOL Nov 3The steamer Barrister
rister which arrived here today landeda
a young American Thomas Andcroon ofQalveaton
Galveston Tex who ha a thrilling experience
perience in the recent hurricane off FloridaWith
With 140 others employed on Long Keyho
ho was swept to sea but managed to gethold
hold of a plank to which he clung for sixteenhours
hoursHe
He was about giving up when the Barrister
rister bore down and actually cut the plankto
to which ho Wa clinging In two He managed
aged to attract attention and was picked upPOPES
POPES SYMPATHY WITH CHILD
Sa v s Daughter of Divorced Con FrlneeysMust
Must Not lie Forced Into ConventSpecial
Special Cablr Despair to THE SCXROMK
flour Nov 3The Pope today gavea
a long private audience to the Prince ofSaxony
Saxony and hU bride Mary Immaculata ofBourbon
Bourbon The marriage troubles of theKing
King of Saxony were discussedThe
The Pope evinced considerable interestin
in the fate of Monica Pin the youngoetdaughter
daughter of tho Crown Princess Louisetho
the Kings former wife I has been announced
nounced that the child who was born afterthe
the elopement of the Crown Princess was t
h put Into a convent when she grew upThe
The Pop said thjt Ir the daughter W8
unwilling t take the veil when she reachedthe
the prpr age she should not do soZIEGLER
ZIEGLER LEFT 13 MILLIONSCoder
Coder Compromise the Widow ReceiveAbout
About 4300000The
The net value of tho real and personalproperty
property owned by William Ziegler whodied
died on May 24 IMS has been appraised at
113276356 Of this amount 82288655 wasIn
In real estateMr
Mr Ziegler made his fortune in the manufacture
facture of baking powder and wj > en hodied
died he owned 11207 shares of preferredstock
stock of the Royal Baking Powder Company
pany and 48341 shares of common worthaccording
according to the estimate of the officialappraisers
appraisers 3642500By
By his will Mr Ziegler left 50000 a yearto
t his wife for her life and his whole residuary
uary estate he bequeathed to his adoptedson
son William ZIegler Jr who is about
15 yearn old Mrs Ziegler threatened proceedings
ceeding to upset the will but after manyconferences
conferences between her and the executorswho
who are Justice William J Oaynor of thoSupreme
Supreme Court in Brooklyn and WilliamS
8 Champ a compromise was arrived atby
by which she withdrew her opposition totho
the probate of tho willUnder
Under this compromise Mrs tfiegleras
as the appruittal discloses huts ben piild In
3021807 of tho personal property and gether
her dower right In the real endue 1hA iadopted
adopted lon setH 7243014 of the prlMI jand
and 2001143 of the real estate Ho willenjoy Ienjoy
enjoy only the Income of this fortune untilho I
ho Is 40 yearn of use wlinn tho principalwillbo
will bn turned over to him Tho npnK iMtudmlnlHterlnK
MtudmlnlHterlnK tho estate consumed over 1IWQW
IWQW
W > TFR TOURS TO C4IFor Ilutber
iloutturn FUllwty will optrMiVI Wtiiilnilon
Sunset Rut ihrre hthcss personally con
ducted tours t California J miry lo February 11arob
lurch 7 IDol Slrcptni Wnln club Obieryston <
lion ears Attractive ftlntrtfjr Inqulra Olo
lutbern ho 1145 By ra4wdr Net 211UOO aoutbtm PiolOo C
BUT 40000 HEARST PLURALITYS
IX TillS fOfVTi l THE TALLYTMMys
ot TMMys < 4vr4ssSlurpli
Murphy Will Leave Town It Hearst Loseshe
Ihe Murphy Dlstrlrt < Jloom Deuiela
la the Wlcwaiii at the VreKlecllonItoiintliip
Itoiintliip All ip to Conners NowTim
Tim Tammany Hull district leaders aftertheir
their canvass could proml o yesterday nohotter
hotter than 0 plurality for Hearst inthis
this county or about what Stanch field gotin
in tho second McKInley election The executive
ecutive committee which is made up of theleaders
leaders met at the Fourteenth street headquarters
quarters to report It was the gloomiestmeeting
meeting of the committee for many a yearSo
S bad was the showing that some of theleacrt
leaders asked for permission t make asupplementary
supplementary canvass today and topresent
present another report on Monday Theseleaders
leaders whosje territories comprised thepoorer
poorer quarters of the city explained thatthey
they h been unable t reach all of thevoters
voters but that the worklngmen would beat
at their homes todayThe
The suggestion a agreed to and ifCharles
Charles F Murphy is to give out any estimate
mate of tho probable Tammany vote thisyear
year the announcement will not b modeuntil
until Monday At the close of the meetingyesterday
yesterday Mr Murphy declined t give theleast
least hint concerning the figures wtilch hadbeen
been submitted to him Tho reports showing
log the result of the district canvasses werohanded
handed in in sealed envelopes but in addition
tion each of the leaders made a verbalreport
report The total of 40000 is reached fromtallies
tallies kept by several of the leader
If that is th best we can do here weare
are leaderAnother liable to Ie the city said one districtleader
Another heard to friendrfter
Anothr was hard say to a
rfter th meeting You keep your shirt onyour
your back and dont risk catching cold bybetting
betting it awayMr
Mr Murphy professed to h as hopefulas
8 ever of a plurality of from 80100 to
100000 In th whole city When it wasexplained
explained t him that some of the leadeNwho
who had been at the meeting united inraying
raying that th New York county totalsreported
reported come t not more than 10000 hareplied
rple
No estimate has been made of the pluralSty
Sty Mr Hearst L likely to have in this countyIxjcaune
because th figure of th canvass werehanded
handed in from each district in sealed
rrm ditrict ale envelopes
velopes and they havo not been openedAsked
Asked If h intended to open them MrMurphy
Murphy said with some irritationNot
Not tonight nor tomorrow eitherperhaps
perhaps they may b opened on Mondayand
and perhaps they may not b
From what you have heard today havoyou
you any reason t modify th predictionsyou
you made in the early part of the weekNo
No I raid that tb Greater City wouldgive
give Hearst a plurality of at 10t 80000and
and the plurality wont go below that heanswered
answeredWhat
What do you estimate as the plurality inManhattan
Manhattan and The BronxIm
Im not making any estimate for thiscounty
county because as Ive just told you Ihave
replyDo have not opened the envelopes was thereply
Do you think Mr Hearst will be electedit
it was askedFrom
From the reports which have come tome
me from up the State I think he will beBut
But do you think yourself personally
from your talks with upState men thi > tMr
Mr Hearst will be elected It was insistedI
I repeat that if the reports Mr Connorshas
has received are reliable Mr Hearst willbe
be elected Mr Murphy repliedSomo
Some of the private canvasses whichhave
have been mado on tho East Side go to showthat
that you wont carry your own Assembly
district for Hearst It wan suggestedIn
MIn that event Mr Murphy exclaimedI
I would leave New YorkThe
The district is the new Twelfth districtTomorrow
Tomorrow will b dough day at Tammany
Hall but the indications thattho
many Hal IndlcatoM are tatthe
the district leaders will not require verylarge
large bags I is known that the contributions
tions to the Tammany Hall fund this year aresmaller
smaller than the organization has had inany i
any year since 1SO Mr Murphy himselfadmitted i
admitted that the lowI
amitted exchequer WW II
I guess well have enough money for allreal
real needs ho said and if carefulwe I
ra nldl hf lald ad we are carrulwe
we can make it go round You know thisyear Iyear
year he added with a grin we have hadno
no contributions from the corporationsHasnt
Hasnt Mr Hearst contributed to theTammany
Tammany campaign fund he was askedNo
No he replied and I he bad offeredto
to contribute the otTer would have beendeclined
declined Tammany never accepts contributions
tributions from State candidates On theContrary
Contrary Tammany always contributes tothe
the expenses of a State campaignFrom
From all accounts the Republicans arenot
not suffering for want of money one ofthe
the reporters remarked to Mr MurphyWell
Well they may need all the money theyhave
have Mr Murphy said grimlyA
A FEW FORECASTSChairman
Chairman Conner Evolves the Most AstonIdling
Idling Yet Put OutTho
Tho Hfraldt forecast of the result ofthe
the election predict the election of MrHughes
Hughes by a very large majority TheHerald
Herald nays that county totals of tho Republican
lican managers fool up 17dl5O for Hughesoutside
outside of New York county while thefigures
figures of the Democratic managers givethe
the State to Hearst by 29673 The Heraldfigures
figures make the plurality for Hughes ot
tide of this city 143820William
William R Hearst through his politicalmanager
manager Max F Ihmsen gave out a
other statement at the Gilsey House lastnight
night repeating that he would win by atleast
least 200000 plurality with the usual pr
viso If they dont buy usWilliam I
William J Concern chairman of theDemocratic
Democratic State committee delivered hisforecast
forecast OH folioWHMr
Mr hughes will com dow the Bronxwith
with H majority of not more than 40000Mr
Mr Hearnt will carry Greater New Yorkby
by 2COwi I liium my futlmuUi on a thorough
ough cnnvwMN of every election district intlm
thin Slate end on a complete knowledgeof
of the situation The election on Tuesdaywill
will is a Hearst tidal wavefl
The reporters Jrnnpl at hearing orMr
Mr ConiioraXeanvasa and asked hint ifhu
hu hid heard of tho Tammany canvassHe
He said tie hadPCffRfs
PCffRfs BBlT CUVEE CHAMIAOISE
its Otullty Sparkle and Vrrneet Arc SuperbH
H A4r T Dewey a Sons C IM Fulton tH Ktw YorkA4r
BALLOOX LKIVKS iTO BEIIIXDThe
The Centaur Tllrs From Plllnnclil to IlirNoiinit
Noiinit Near Nrw HavenNEW
NEW lUvny Conn Nov 3The balloonCenmur
Centuur which utrrted ou race againstabout
about twcntyflvo autos from Pittfieldat
at 4 sot hia afternoon landed at 715 tonightat
at Short Beach a summer settlement aboutseven
seven mil east of this cityThose
Those in the balloon were Capt HedgeF
F I Butler representing the Aero Club ofNew
New York and Leo Steven the aeronautTho
The distance covered was about ISO milesThe
The three balloonUtft put up tonight at theNew
New Haven House to remain until MondayCapt
Capt Hedge was bruised a bit about the legwhicji
which caused I temporary lamoncssThe
The landing at Short Beach wan madovery
very slowly The car was within about
500 feet of the sea when it landed The windwas
was blowing strong at the time and the menin
in the car were afraid of being carried outacross
across the Sound They decided thereforeto
to landJT
JT > e highest point they reached wasabout
about 0000 feet When they passed overSprlngfeld
1 Springfield and Hartford they were quitelow
low They said at the hotel tonight thatit
i was pretty cold but not at all uncomfortable
fortable They loot sight of the autosAfter
After they had followed the balloon aboutthirty
thirty milesDOWX
DOWX HEARST SAYS CALIFORNIADemocratic
Democratic Chairman Sprllney toDemocratlo
cratlo Chairman ConneriLos
Los ANOELES Cll Nov 3 TimothySpellaoy
Spellaoy chairman of the Democratic Statecentral
central committee of California sent todaythe
the following telegram to Chairman Conners
ners of theNewYorkStatecentrnl committeeIn
In California William K Hearst deniesJustice
Justice Ills papers malign our party hereHe
He seeks to nourish the Independence Leaguewith
with the blood of destroyed DemocracyDemocracy
Democracy pleads for right and asks Democrats
crats of New YOlk who respect the memoryof
of Jefferson and Jackson to rid the party ofrint
rint and rot by repudiating William R Hearstat
at the polls next TuesdayTIMOTHY
TIMOTHY SpELUcrChairman
Chairman Democratic State Central Committee
mutes of CaliforniaThe
The following statement was given outnt
nt the Democratic State headquarter ascoming
coming from Chairman ConncrsAny
Any telegram purporting to have beenpent
pent to me by Chairman Spellaey of California
fornia has never reached me The newspaper
paper story to that effect another of theerien
series of fake that have characterize
this campaignChairman
apgnChalnan Spellacy on September 2wnt Rnt
sent tho following despatch to CeorgeRaines
Raines 1 delegate from Monroe countyto
to the Buffalo convention which Mr Kalnenread
read to the conventionIt
I seems inconsistent for the Democratsof
of New York to nominate a man who istrying
trying to defeat the Democratic party ofCalifornia
CaliforniaTl
Tl RKEYS DOJMEJIOOSEVELTPresident
President R turnl Empty Handed Fromthe
the Hunt Leaves Virginia TodayRICHMOND
RICHMOND Va Nov S A fourth day ofcloudless
cloudless crisp fall weather greeted thePresident
President when he left Pine Knot this morning
ing R break of day and crossed thu Hardware
ware River to tho home or Andrew Rhodeswho
who accompanied him into the deep woodswhere
where the flock of elusive wild turkeys arsad
said to have taken refhgeThe
The President tramped for the betterpart
part of the day in quest of the frame withnever
never so much as the sound o sight of aturkey
turkey Inasmuch as he has determinedto
to return to Washington tomorrow afternoon
noon his ambition to kill one of Virginiasgreat
great game birds will not be gratified onthis
this occasionUabbitfl
Rabbits squirrels and partridges havebeen
been found in plenty however and tlwPresident
President will not return t 10 WhitoHOUPO
HOUPO with an empty bag He ha practically
cally supplied the table at Pine Knot sincehe
he and Mrs Roosevelt have been at theirlodge
lodge in th Albemarle woods Their dietlias
has been of th simple wholesome kindfried
fried rabbit being the principal diah ateach
each mealThe
The possum hunt for tonight was calledoff
off because of the very strenuous day whichhad
had fallen to the lot of the President Heleaves
leaves Washington on Monday morningfor
for New York whore he will vote and on the8th
8th he sails for Panama He wishes tobe
b in tho beet physical condition for thesetriM
triM
triMMm
Mm Roosevelt is greatly pleased withthe
the brilliant fall coloring of tho Virginia
fields and woods and will induce the Prertldont
dent to wait with her to tho neighborhoodchurch
church through the field tomorrow Thisafternoon
afternoon she took a horseback rideTIIIXK
TIIIXK HES JtAD CHECK MAXHotels
Hotels Have Deen Chafing Owner of LincolnTrust
Trust Co Dook With No AccountA
A young man who gave his name asGeorge
George Wailer was arrested yesterday afternoon
noon at 130 oclock in the office of the HotelMarlborough
Marlborough charged with passing worthless
less checks In Wailer the police believethey
they have the man who ha been operatingfor
for some time In New York hotels throughthe
the medium of a check book on the LincolnTrust
Trust CompanyA
A few days ago some one tendered toCashier
Cashier Henry W Conn of the Hotel Victoria
toria a check for SS3 on the Lincoln TrustCompany
Company in payment for a weeks boar
Tho check was dated October 31 was payablo
ablo to Thomas Gray Winter and was signedErall
Emil Franklin Camp Conn told the manto
to wait 0 few minutes and meanwhile telephoned
phoned to the Lincoln Trust CompanyThey
They answered that there was no such depositor
positor on the companys books Connturned
turned to find that the man had left thehotel
hotelThe
The Herald Square Hotel and the HoffmanHouse
House have teen similarly vlrtlmliedThe
The management of the Herald SquareHotel
Hotel recently advanced 13 on a LincolnTrust
Trust Company chock Tho HoffmanHouse
House cashier received two weeks
Wlk ago 1
check for 138 In payment for a onrd billfrom I
from I stranger who vanished when thecashier
cashier tried to verify the checkAfter I
After the Victoria incident Alfred O Ire
land comptroller for the Victoria and Marlboroughhotets
borough hotels notified time Hotel aiunoRersAssociation
Association of the bogus check operationWhen I
When Wailer presented yesterday in theHotel
Hotel Marl oroiiBh n check for SlMuo onthe
the Lincoln Trust Company pvmrnt forhia IhiI I
his I card the canhcr wa nuspicIrMa nndhanded
handed tho cheolclto Iulf who happened i
pened toblo thftffcfflcc Ireland telephoned
phoned for Manager Thomas K Keogh ofthe
the Victoria who identified Wailer us thoman
man who had attempted to post thsMlcheck
check thereMountcd P tII
Mounted Policeman Cam pi ell who hadbeen
been railed in arrested Wblltr and tookhim I
him to Ib Veal Thirtieth street polceHtatfon
station prisoner Maid his name wanGeorge I
George V r his age 20 and his address
122 Sixth a tnc He bad a Lincoln TrustCompany
Company check book In his possessionThere
There looked were up seven checks missing He waslooked
T im
FISH AWAY HARRIMAN ACTSut
1 ILLIXOIS CKXTRAL MEKTltlCALLED
CALLED FOR nEDXESDil NEXTPresident
President Fish Left New York on Fridayfor
for lie West Impression In Wall StreetI
II That an Attempt Will Now lieUnite
Unite to Displace Him an PresidentMember
Member of the Harriman party on theboard
board of the Illinois Central Railroad Company
pany Issued a cal yesterday for a upociameeting
meeting I was learned that Mr Fish hadleft
left for the West on Friday night Themeeting
meeting was called ror next Wednesdaymorning
morning in the companys offices at 1
BroadwayIn
In previous years it baa been the customfor
for the board to organize for the electionof
of officers shortly after the stockholders1meeting
meeting which won held early in Octoberthis
this year No meeting for election of officerwas
was held at the regular time this year andit
it has been recently stated that no actionwould
would be taken before the next regular meeting
lug of the board which comes on November
her 1When
brIWhen
When i became necessary to fill the vacancy
oac caused by the death of W MortonGrinnell
Grinnell seven of the directors called onMr
Mr Fish who held proxies for almost allthe
the stock including the Harriman partyholdings
holdings to elect H W Do Forest MrFith
Fish declined to meet the wishes of thedirectors
directors and explained a length his reasons
on for doing so Since that time i ha
been assumed in Wall Street that theseeven
seven men who constitute a majority ofthe
the board would support Mr Harrimanposition
position and at the election of officerswould
would vote for some other man than MrFish
Fish for president of the companyThere
There has been all along more or Ictwuncertainty
uncertainty as to the side with which MrHnrahan
Hnrahan who has for beenclonely
Hlrahan hI many years ben Iclo
clo ely associated with Mr Fish in themanagement Imanagement
management of the company would allyhimself
himself when it came to a showdown Theremaining
remaining members of the board outsideof
of the seven whom Mr Fish has antagonizedand
and Mr Fish himself are John Jacob AstorCharles
Charles 1 Beach James W Cutting andJohn
John W Welling first vicepresident of thecompiny
compinyIt
It is net known whether Mr Fish can getback
back in time to attend the meeting onWednesday
Wednesday morning Mr Welling according
ing to despatches received yesterday fromChicago
Chicago is ill In that city and Mr Beachwho
who lives In Hartford and Isa very old manmay
may not he able to respond to a hurry cal iGov
joy Deneen of Illinois who is ex officioa
a member of the board has been supposedto
to be favoralle to Mr Fish although he hasnevor
nevor declared himself ft IF hardly likelythat
that the Governor who has the decidingvote
vote in cave of a tie would be willing toleave
leave his State on the eve of an electionOIIIO
OIIIO ItOADS HELP OIL TltVTfIndependent
Independent Oil Men Charge 40 Line WithDiscrimination
Discrimination In RateCLEVELAND
I CLEVELAND Nov Independent oilmen
men through their organization the Ni
i tional Petroleum Association which ha ionCS
dices i the Rose Building forwarded today
day t the Railroad Commission f petitioncharging
charging forty Ohio railroads with dlscrimluntion
crimluntion In rates In favor of the StandardOil
Oil Company and against the IndependentsAppended
Appended t the petition is a comparativetable
table of present rates showing the discriminations
criminations charged Tariff rates whichare
are nondiscriminatory which are stipulated
lated in the petition are asked forThe
The Standard Oil Company said C DChamberlain
Chamberlain secretary of the associationhas
has only one distributing station and thatis
II at Lima Exhibit A In our petition showshovr
how shamefully the railroads have discriminated
criminated ajninst I
For instance It is 107 miles from Ashlandto
to Lima and the rate is Dc cents per 100pounds
pounds I Is only seventeen mile fmmAshland
Ashland t Mansfield yet the rate is tlesame
samefl cents It is seventytwo milefrom
from Crestline t Lima and the rate is
7S cents I is thirtyeight mile fromCrestline
Crestline t Tiffin and the rate is 71 centsIt
I is fiftynine miles from Tiffin to Limaand
and the rate is 6h cents It Is fortythreemiles
miles from Tiffin to Mansfield and the rate
7 centsThese
These are 1 few examples of hundredsof
of rates all showing that oil can be shippedfrom
from Lima the Standards distributingpoint
point at onehalf of what It costs to shipfrom I
from any other pointThe
The petition charge that by reason o
the excessive rated charged by tho defendant
fendant common carriers the independentsare
are greatly handicapped In marketingtheir
their commoditiesAmong
Among the forty defendants the B and
0 Big Four Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling
log Cleveland Terminal and Valley KrieHocking
Hocking Valley Lake Erie and WesternL
L 8 and M 8 NY C and St L Pennsylvania
sylvania Cleveland Akron and ColumbusToledo
Toledo and Ohio Central Wabash W andL
L E Zonesvllle Western and Pittaburgand
and Lake ErieUIA
UIA OV JfttfJOO PLlItALITVLittle
Little Itrlllne fin Hrarst and Pluralitiesthe
the Only SpeculationOdds
Odds of 4 to 1 on Hughes prevailed steadily
ily through the election betting yesterdayThe
The amount placed wo small
plac very smal compared
par 11th that put up the previous dayThis
This was dun entirely commissioners Baldto
to l scarcity of Hearst money At thoclose
close no taker could b found for a offerof
of 10000 in a lump or in small lots at 9 toon 2on
on hughesGeorge
lu
t
George Dates placed 14 non on Hughesat
at 4 to 1 wlt A lob W h Gollcgherond
Rothschild k Cameron Wolf BrothersA
A Co bet SOI a ainnt Jlooo with W BngIny
le 1000 against 1 230 with A S LlandS
S 800 against S 100 with Prevent I rothumand
and IOi0 against S 500 with A SartorlusThem
Them was a bet of 1200 at even moneythat
that Hughes would have looooo pluralityCharlen
Charles Mahoney the betting commissioner
sioner who makes lila lieadquarton at theHoffman
Hoffman House said lout nightTlila
TItle Is the worst tatting election I everAW
saw Tonight I hnd OMM given me toht ibpt
bet at i to 1 on Kiiglim but have not even Iliarl
hal a nibble at It YOU omt blanin thor I
though What If time use of txiltlnK on anelection
tllljh
election thit IK all ovtr Ibis your it U HOoncNlciod tonlld1
ulinot Odds beoffered
oncNlciod 1int Illo t any ld might
offered on HiiKniwI
I made a lift at even money iOtitIY thatHujfliens
Hujfliens plurality vrmld l > o morn tlinlfo
l0t M I bet 1230 to JKfl tint Ilnnirt wouldgetwore
getwore than 0lC0 plurality in Now YorkdirV
dirV I have hot I lo I that Heurtt wouldI
not carry New York Kings Queens andRichmond
Richmond couutlex all four A few otherlJt
beta of a similar kind have been made hutIt
alithebettlngthisyearwillheon plurdUNIt
It may piolc up on MondayTtlepbon
Ttlepbon 41 4 Worth about tickets and MOtac
date if PiYtnoib Itn C mill pnlnu UthA4e
WANT PttOf IIUKOESS HECALLEDAmericans
Americans In llerlln Protest Against HUMonroe
Monroe Doctrine SpeechSftcM
Special Cable UriparcA to Tai SoxBKRUN
BERLIN Nov 3An agitaUoji L on footin
in the American colony to secure the recallof
of Prof Burgees who i delivering lecturesin
in the Berlin University under the plan ofexchange
exchange of American and German pr
fessor The agitation I owing to the indignation
dignation aroused by the remarks of ProfBurgees
Burgees In his opening lecture that theMonroe
Monroe Doctrine was superannuatedCable
J Cable despatches have been sent to Secretary
retary of State Root asserting that therematk
remade of Prof Burgee has worked andwill
will work Irreparable Injury to the Unit
States and U likely to affect seriously thefriendly
friendly relations of America and GermanyIt
It had been arranged that Prof Burgessshould
should deliver the oration at the Thanksgiving
giving dinner here on November 3 but a
the feeling against him Is so strong and a
the dinner is under the official auspice ofAmbassador
Ambassador White and ConsulGeneralMason
Mason this arrangement has been calledoff
offThe
The hope I expressed in some quartersthat
that if Pror Burgess remains in Berlinhe
he will be socially ostracized during thecomlnjt
coming winterWIFK
WIFE VAT LAD HE UKWhere
Where Her lu bat ant Children HaveAwaited
Awaited Her for YearsBecause
Because the Ellis Island doctors say thatshe
she has trachoma though she broughtwith
with her an alleged certificate from aneminent
eminent Paris doctor Mrs Helen De BO
whose husband and four children live atFrankln j
220 Franklin street Greenpoint will be
I deported today on the steamship Menabaon Ion I
on which she arrived last Thursday andthe
the Atlantic Transport Line will be fined
100 for letting her come her I
Mrs De Bo was In the first cabin butwas II
was sent to Ellis Inland Her hWbnd Icame
came her about five years ago end is nowa
a naturalized citizen Fourteen monthsajo
ago the woman came with the children onthe
the steamship Le Gascogns but was heldup
up and sent back baiaute she had BOIWeye
eye affection She returned to Paris wherean
an older daughter lives and went undertreatment
treatment she said of Dr Millet a wellknown
known eye specialist who recently pronounced
nounced her cured and gave her a certificate
cate to that effect With that she camehoro
here again hoping that she might gainadmission
admission to the United States and join herfamily
familyCommissioner
Commissioner Watchorn wild yesterdaythat
that it would mike no dlfferene if th9woman
woman had a trunk full of doctors certificates
cates the Ellis island doctor said that shehad
had trachoma and that ended itBLAZE
BLAZE 11OVt TiE XlttSESUnaccountable
Unaccountable Fire In New York HospitalClub
Club Valuables no Out of WindowMiss
Miss B Dwight secretary of the NewYork
York Hospital un Club at 8 West Ninetysecond
second street looked out of a rear windowyesterday
yesterday afternoon and discovered smokecoming
coming from a room on the sixth floorShe
She telephoned to Fire HeadquartersThe
The elevator in the building has been outof
of commission since Miss Hlgginbothamone
one of the nurses was hilled by it a monthago
ago so tho firemen had to carry their hoseup
up six flights of etairsBefore
Before they got water on the fire it ha
spread from the room of Miss Minnie Vroomin
in which it started to the room of the MissesGertrude
Gertrude and Minnie Miller In their anxiety
ety to save the property of tho nurses fromthe
the flames the firemen threw many valuables
ables out of the sixth story window Theycouldnt
couldnt figure out how the blaze startedbecause
because it was in the ceiling of a room whichhasnt
hasnt been occupied for two months andin
in which thore were no wires or uteompipes
pipes The building is owned by CarlFischerHansen
FischerHansen The damage was 10TI
T4V JllfS JACK nIL3lEni lGCustoms
Customs Inspectors Demand Also Dul onHer
Her Ir and JewelryMrs
Mrs Jock Wilmording who got here yesterday
terdoy on the Campania wan detained fora
a long time on the Cunard pier becauseof
of Blight disagreement between the
n slgbt dlfKIIent n customs
toms inspectors and herself as to whet erher
her rings and furs were dutiable Shethought
thought they werent and declined t putany
any valuation upon them when asked bytie
tie Inspectors Then they called out asquad
squad of appraiser who overhauled hervaluables I
valuables thoroughly even t the earringsshe
she wore They decided that she had 15 I
worth and put the duty at 13 I I
Mrs Wllmerding said that she had boughtthe
the furs and Jewels in Montreal and theinspectors IInlptom
inspectors then informed her that Montrealgoods
goods werent entitled to free entry intothin I
thin port Mix Wilmerdlng finally gavein
in and reached into her gold purse I
the 15 She ha just 114 besides adraft Idraft
draft of comfortable size She sent forDr IDr
Dr J D Ambler manager of her bumnesinterests
interests who got the draft cashedMAYOR
MAYOR WEAVER BREAKS HOlfXSuffering
Suffering From Nervous Collapse ns a Itrcult
cult of Political KxcllemrntPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Nov 3 Following MayorWeavers
Weavers emphatic statement that he wouldvote
vote the Republican ticket on Tuesdaynext
next comes the announcement from hisphysician
physician Dr John W Musser that theMayor
Mayor is so seriously ill that It is doubtfulwhether
whether ho will be able to leave his bedfor
for a week Mr Weaver is suffering froma
a nervous collapse drought about by thnexcitement
excitement of tho political situation whichculminated
culminated In his final rupture with theCity
City party yesterdayHo
Ho pry had an attack of laryngitis andbronchitis
bronchitis and Dr Musser states that lackof
of rest and worry have made it more severeUntil
Until this morning when the illness wasannounced
announced by the Mayors private s
tory It was believed that the Mayor wason
on his way to Cleveland to speak on behalfof
of the Republican State ticket thereBIO
BIO AMERICA FLAG UXFVRLEDIniprrtMlve
IniprrtMlve Scene at the Post Office Depart Imrnt
meat UuldlnWA8INOTOI IWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov Wlth Impreolvethough
though simple ceremony the largest American
can fAg In the world was unfurled in thePost
Post OfTcn Department Bullalny todiy
In th presence of PoAtmiMtertteneral i
Cortelyou h four assistant ana aboutl00
2SOO > OKtil employee The function WAS4QUIUM1
oat rr 1 oclocl Bnt Bt tnt hour 1 buglprIJuntfl
4QUIUM1 the OMsembly cull whoh wastlwi
tlwi slgiifl for nearly every on s of tst e rSoo iBunions
Bunions in th Department building Utornout I
out on the iMlcontoi surrounding tb > biKcourt
court to n height of eight storiesAs iAn
An tho lij Unncr wits tolled from litfurltd I
furled position Miss Nelliq M oria i > ia
a locrl H > loirit nana tl m nttional iintTicm iIn
nr
In a clear sweet vole that filled the bull 1
lug 1b refrain wan taken up by blilI
2t6O voices In the midst of this stirringchorus
chorus tb great flag a finally putted
Into poeitlonbanglng from a cable Itrth I
east an west on th seventh for The
bottom of the nag almost reached th thir
floor This Star Spangled Banner in 60
8pn lf I
feet log Bpfl 90 fet wide 1 G
t
UPROAR AT HUGHES MEEHN6UEARST
UEARST MEX BREAK IX OVCOOPER
COOPER fVIOV SPEAKERSlullus
Julius Mayer Shuts Tem Up and the ttrrupUon
rupllona Cease Before the CandidateAppears
Appears Repeats That He Has MadNo
No Promise II Cannot KeepCharles
Charles E Hughes wound up a utrenuouday
day of campaigning last night with anaddreua
address before an immense audience inCooper
Cooper Union I was the candidatetenth
tenth speech of the dayHalf
Half an hour before the time Bet for thlpaklng
speaking to begin the big auditorium waspacked
packed and hundreds clamored for admission
mission after thl entrance ha been barredby
by the police There were fully 4000 persons
sons in the hall and about 2000 outsideA
A determined attempt was mado byHearst
Heart cupportern to break up the meetingThat
That occurred before Mr Hughes got thereThere
There were fifty or seventyfive Hearst menscattered
scattered in small group through theaudience
audience and the trouble began i oon afterHenry
Henry W Taft the lawyer and brothsrof
of tho Secretary of War who presidedhadstarted
started the opening speechMr
Mr Taft was describing Hearst as ademagoguewhen
demagogue when 1 gray haired man nearthe
the front ahoutcdAbraham
Abraham Lincoln wan a demagogueunder
under the same principlesA
A storm of hisses followed the Interrupton
ton then there were loud cries of Puthim
him out Put him out A big policeman
man warned the Intetruptar but the grayhalnxi j
haired one got hot under the collar andnhouted
shouted in reply that he would be only tooglad
glad to leave the place of his own accordAH
AH he started up the aisle Mr Taft MidI
I who has the
hope anv one hs temerityto
to evoke that sacred name will remainin
8Cre remnIn
in the audience because I shall have aword
word to say on that subject laterMr
Mr Taft was interrupted once or tIC
more by group in different parts of thehall
hal and feeble attempts were made t
cheer for the Independence LeaguerTbo
TIme speakers who followed Mr TaftSeth
Seth Low E R L Gould Cyrus L Sulzbergcr
bergcr and Attorney General Mayereach f
each experienced the name trouble Attimed
timed the feeling against the interruptersbecame
became 8 strong that it looked as t themeeting
meeting might break up in a free forallfight
fightWhen
When Mr Low was speaking he inadvertently
vertently mentioned Hearsts name whenhe
be meant Hughes I was a unhappymistake
mistake a he was telling his audlencahow
how t cast their ballots on election dayThe
The Hearst men in the place took it upwith
with a whoop br after the hissing hadsubsided
subsided Mr Low came back at them I
this styleI
I observed you noticed my slip of thetongue
tongue I the gentlemen in the audiencein
in favor of Mr Hearst only correct theirmistake
mistake S quickly a I did it will b allright
right on election dayMr
Mr Sulzbefger who appeared as an oldline
line Democrat who had repudiated Hearstwas
was Interrupted with the question Howabout
about Nathan Straus Mr Sulzber rreplied
replied warmly that Mr Straus wan a goodfriend
friend of his and an honest gentleman buthe
he Sulzberger refused to accept the opinionof
of any of his friends in regard to a man solong
long aa the record which the man has writtenhimselfisentirely
himself Is entirely plainThese
These are only a few of the attempt a thatwere
were made to hold up the meeting Thechairman
chairman had to pound for order everyfew
few minutes The uproar among thoHearst
Hearst men was worse when AttorneyOnerol
General Mayer got up than it had beenbefore
beforeEverybody
Everybody on the platform was certainthat
that the meeting had been packed for thepurpose
purpose of giving Mr Hughes as unpleasant
ant n time as possible Looking in thedirection
direction of the largest group of diiturbenMr
Mr Mayer saidI
I am starting off on this side of the hal
because In no meeting in this State calledfor
for the purpose of advocating the candidacy
dacy of Mr Hearst hH there been a cinglman
man supporting Mr Hughes so regardlessof
of his American citizenship ns unfairly tointerrupt
interrupt thc speakers And the campaign
paign must have fallen pretty low when A
number of men are sent deliberately tomeetings
meetings to interrupt A campaign is notnn
nn American campaign that docs that nortof
of thingA
A large par of the grent audience jumpedto jtto
to its feet and lieerod again And againThen
Then time AttomeyGencral challengedany
any man In thy crowd who had the cotirigeof
of his conviction to stand up and ask questions
tions Not 1 one stirred and then thenwas
was another wave of applauseThat
That ended tho trouble and while MrHughes
Hughes spoke there wasnt a quieter lotof
of men In tho hall It was about 101oclock
oclock when the candidate finally ap
peared on the platform There was a wildscene
scene Thousands Jumped to their feetand
and waving hats and flags cheered andcheered
cheered until they had to stop from lackof
of wind Mr Hughes was no hoarse fromhis
his exertions of the day that his voice wouldhardly
hardly carry t the far corners of the hal
The speech which he delivered was alongthe
the lines that he has followed in his otherspeeches
speeches H declared that he did notseek
seek the office and that it had oome t himin
in such a that it left him
suh way lef entirely unfettered
fettered to discharge the duties of his officeas
as he saw them He did not he said wantto
to unsettle business or aim a blow at any
legitimate business InterestsWe
We do stand be added for fearlessexposure
exposure and for determined effort t cr
roOt the evils that afflict us in business
rct tb evi amlc bunl andin
in political life but we address oureelveto
t that question appreciative of what isgood
good and sound and honorable in our business
ness activities and desirous to maintainthe
the prosperity of which we are so proudWe
We want said Mr Hughes our bustnews
news men who are in charge of great enterprl
prl ert to lie loyal to the law to be patrioticcitizen
citizen to recognize their public dutyand
and i believe that It is not a dream thatin
in the near future It will be more clearlyapprehended
apprehended than It Is at the present thatDm
Dm truest conservatism In obedience t thehtiw
Inw and In support o just regulations ofMICH
MICH matter which the public is entitledto
to rgulat
Mr Hughea declared that he had not Inthn
thn campaign made a promise that be couldnot
not keep I have said h an Intensedrains
drains to nee thoI who are charged withthe
the reeponalbllltles of government letultlvito
t the needs of the people anxious to ascertain
tain and to meet the public demand anxioiuiI
to hth pub11oapree UI

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