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YOL LIIIVKO 66 + NEV YORK MONDAY NOVEMBER 5 190601lIrlu 111M bl The Sus Printing rind Mish AUCaton PRICE TWO GENTS
Jupt Slorpjan Says Colonization HatMilfle
Milfle l From the Lower East Side loIhe
Ihe Middle West tildePolice CapUlnito
to Cet Their Orden Ibis AfternoonGeorge
George W Morgan State Superintendent
ent r Elections said last night that preparations
rations for tho handling of mon who atinit
< > init to voto Illegally tomorrow wereihoiit
ihoiit complete Ho gave It as his opinionthat
that although as much colonizing and reatui
rating as ever was likely to b attemptedit
it wouM Iw more effectually choked offUint
lot year he sid the colonizingJoatlng
Seating and repeating were mostly on theower
ower East Side This year it bas shiftedto
to the middle West Side I IB In the Elevtnth
tnth Thirteenth Fifteenth and Sventtth
teerh Assembly districts that we havejiscovered
jiscovered more than before I is veryheavy
heavy th re There are about the samenumber
number of warrants and orders of arrestthat
that have been issued this year as therewere
r last year That means about 10000The
this will be In thegreater
Thl difference year wi b
greater activity of the plo They willlx
lx tKiiiiirt to arrest not only those personsfor
for whom warrants already have bnI
l > iied but thoso as well who they knowfrom
from the police investigations are not cnutlpd
utlpd to vote There will bo a conferenceMnmlny
Mnmlny afternoon at 4 oclock at PoliceIHulqiarters
IHulqiarters between Commissioner Bingbaiu
hal AttornoyOeneral Mayer the Superintendent
intendent of Elections and nlltho policeraptaiii
raptaiii In Greater New York and the cp
urns will IM instructed 11 to their dutiesIn
in every precinct there will bo squadsof
or mounted men Last year In upper hin
avenue theru was practically a riot becausetlio
hip police could not b got quickly enoughi
1 chirk It at the start This year there willbo
I a ort of flying squad right on the job
I his year too there will bo policemenn
n > ti t polling places after they are closednti1
will lie their to to headnnnrters
nti1 ii wi t hell duty report hadunrIIO
nnnrters in case there is any delay in getine
ine tho returns and to report just whattiiuiTB
tiiuiTB the delay There will be the usualrifiing
rifiing of men from their own precinctsto
to foreign districts on election dayIt
It looks ao t there would be as great anfi
fi > ount of activity a usual in Bob Nelsonspiaff
piaff at Thirtieth street and Seventh avonuo
flue and at Murphys saloon at Sixtysecondtrert
trert and Columbus avenue This latteri
i < quite a place for men out of work to conKifpate
Kifpate in on election day In these andntlier
other similar place there will be deputiesfrom
from this office in the crowdsIn
In the police curt there will be lawyers
yers and deputies from this office and deputies
ties from AttorneyGeneral Mayer ofllomid
mid they will be prepared with the eviilenee
venN obtained against any men whosenrrest
nrrest for illegal voting Is anticipatedThe
The best thing for the voters to do is topot
pot out early and get their votes In beforeuny
uny of the floaters get to work becauwfloaters
floaters mostly vote on the name of regularly
larly registered men This year if any manfhalen
11 challenged and the Inspector refuses toote
flto the challenge the inspector is to bearrested
arrested at onceFrom
From Mr Morgans office the followingwas
was given out a coining from Attorneyj
j nrnI MayerTwentyseven
Twentyseven men prosecuted by theAlorneyGenerals
AlorneyGenerals oflice were convictediiit
iiit year of crimes against the electioniiiw
iiiw anti of this number nineteen were senI
i mid to Imprisonment three fined amiisieiuw
isieiuw siu > endcd on five who turnedMiits
Miits evidenceMost
Most of those convictions were the r
t t of investigations by Supt Morganmill
mill this year preparations for detectingi
id itmisliing fraud have been made morei
i < i > nipri > than over beforeI
I iia w requested the Magistrates tox
f x ulniaiitinl hal and T have arrangedili
1 thn various district attorneys to posti
i n < > hI routine biwineBH of the GrandJury
Jury MI that election violations may ICkrennJ
imsentid immediately after election dayfMtHIT
fMtHIT IlllSK SAT < ilKltCoiinlj
Coiinlj Clerk llollirrhnm nml Clly ClerkMcfarlliy
Mcfarlliy lllRht on HandA
A City Clerk George 11 McCarthy otJ
J > rscy Ijty and ounty Clerk John Rothriium
riium were leaving a printing office inWahhinRton
WahhinRton street late on Saturday nightiy
iy heard a woman scream at Washingn
n and Grand streets a bock and a halfn
n iiy and wiw 1 boy sprinting along Wa hton
I ton street toward themTlm
Tlm woman t wn learned afterwanljMiss
wD Miss Adelaide Schroeder of H KearneyBvenue
Bvenue Jersey City and the boy was Kdnri
ri Batterbsy 10 years old of 329 Cherrynrrpt
nrrpt New York city who had MiatchedMiss
Miss NchroederM purse containing S13 aMm >
Mm was stepping aboard a Greenvilletrolley
trolley carTim
Tim two men tAcked across the streett
t > head off the boy and McCarthy caughthim
C him lifter a sharp short chase Buttersbyhad
had a revolver in his hand and pointed itnt
nt McCarthy hut the latter slopped thoy
Hy on the wrist took the pistol away fromand
h I and told him to be good Then heirnod
irnod him and the pistol over to PoliceIHII
nan Lockwood Battenby had thrownthe
the purws away but the rop found ItM
HID lleen Out I DO Days Front Hawaii indIVnnl
I IVnnl llns lleen Heard From HerBATH
BATH Me Nov Somewhere on theTrifle
Trifle or the Atlantic a five masted steelwliooner
wliooner thn Klneo Is supposed to belaboring
laboring in an attempt to get from Hawaiito
to Philadelphia wit a cargo of sugarThus
Thus far she has been out ItO days and noword
word has been heard from her by herowners
owners Arthur Snwall A Co of this city
thnn now sixty days overdueWhether
raYI oeruelelhpr
Whether the vessel has gone down orwhether
whether she has been wrecked and the crewS
S nvirooned on tome faraway island orS
whether she has struck the calves of thejvmth
S jvmth Pacific and Is unable to make enyptlway
h iiwayi or whether she him met somethe
ef the big icebergs off Cape Horn urnnm
Oll or the fUltol which flath pollnn
nm Asking for their Interest In the commander
mander his wife and little nineyearoldKirl
girl is intenseIlui
TU commundy of the Klneo Is CRpt
irank Pntten who hM sailed the Fe > > frmriIwI
a huh He Is 1 man of remarkable nblll tvno
S ra no has had his share of adventure on Ifl
IOHTll ItlCOH IIKHT CKIAItf From theroniiDNitk
roniiDNitk ta bear about HlCOItO saratra flimrrr
Sc C rr If the belief lat II almost rriuMlyI1
fft tnnke a bel avrriicB SfnrJS rrul valueJlur
Jlur mirf f 3 for o cent Ii lllni I < run
S Impori You pay MIW per tO for KICOIU SamKHAfln
Ira iiI5 01 101 per 10 tar Cuban cuss
tlQI 1 Colon Muira lOf tbIICI Howl LIurncwy WATCtlEBr
r Ji S
Were Dragging Hose Under an Arch WlitnIt
I fell on TlicmA
A fire started in the basement of thelive
five story brick business building 80 to 92Thir
Third street Brooklyn at 0 oclock yesterday
terday morning It resulted in tho deutliof
of one fireman serious injury to flve otherand
and the destruction of the building and itucontents
contents The lower part of the structurewas
was occupied by the New York VItrifledTile
Tile Works and the upper fool by thePilgrim
Pilgrim LaundryA
A passerby discovered I blaze coming
from the Fourth street end of the building
In spite of the work of the firemen the flreate
ate its way from end to end and from floorto
t floor
An outburst of flame attracted the attention
tention of Battalion Chief Henry Kirkand
and he directed the men of 103 Company
t throw a stream on It They wore in theact
act of dragging a line of hose through anarched
arched gateway when the arch topple
and I falling mass of brick fell upon themA
A score of the other firemen who were atwork
work on another part of the building wentto
prt buidln6 wen
to their assistance and dragged them outOne
One of them James McCasker was lifelessUis
His skull had been brokenFiremen
Firemen Samuel Ward had a brokenleg
leg James Finley had a similar injury
John Fitzpatricks right brokenJohn
izptrlcks arm was broklnJobn
John Kelly had cuts bruises and contusionson
on his back and arms and John Blackhad
had cuts and bruises on his legs faceshoulders
shoulders and back All these men belongedto
to No 103 Excepting the driver actingengineer
engineer and the captain tho whole company
pany was disabled The injured menwere
were taken to the Long Island CollegeHospital
The loss in estimated at 75000 Thedead
dead fireman was 33 years old He livedat
at 110 North Eighth street Williamsburg
Ho had been in the service three yearsTWELVE
Trolley Car In West ulley Thrown CumiMelely
iMelely Across the StreetPATEnsoN
PATEnsoN X J Nov cIn Franklinavenue
avenue West Nutley thin afternoon therear
rear truck of one of the heaviest of thenew
new Public Service trolley cal took 1
switch unexpectedly near Kfngsland avenuethrowing
throwing the car completely across thastreet
street the roar hood cutting in two a largetelegraph
telegraph pole Twelve lOn were hurtthree
three of them seriously Tho n injuredare
are OM followsMrs
Mrs Lark 78 Pine street PitersonPatrick
Patrick King 7S Chestnut street Paterwon
won Ruth Blend i and AlI Brendesl 70Thirteenth
Thirteenth avenue Newark Julius Mass
73 Circle avenue Paasaie Frederick HalcnlU
142 Bergen street Newark John 11S
281 > ewton street Newark Mrs JamesShow
Show 8 Market street Newark AllanSalzman
Salzman Harrison Mrs Kaustoer 37SSummit
Summit uveniie Newark Mrs Rose Hay
7 New York avenue Newark Mrs KOMJRobert
Robert Waverly ParkThe
The three first named wen the mostseriously
and taken theGeneral
seriously injured were to
General Hospital Passaic All thl otherswere
were cut by flying gloss und by sIng thrownal
about the
> carEdwaril
Edwaril D House of Paterson the inotorman
man of tlX car stuck to hi > pn < r until tliocar
car was brought t n Ktjndtll lie Is anexperienced
experienced motormin and hv l > een intho
tho employ of the Public Service for a number
ber bf yearn The car left the truIt abouta
a hundred yard from whew I turn histoFranklin
Franklin avenue from Nut r Titers is I
slight hill at this point and the car gainsconsiderable
considerable momentum before it reaclusthe
the switch which in I temporary nlTnirplaced
placed at Kingsland avenue while the ronll
lsetl through NutUy is being repaired
G S Smith the conductor says tlw carwas
was not going at high speed I wan throwncompletely
completely across the street howeverand
and IUd it not been for ths telegraph poleit
it would have turned on its siIeThe
The injured were cared for in the homesof
of resident near by until the arrival otambuhmC
ambulance and carriagesim
iiirri X01 TO HI itri LIIIIInmlon
London Time Correspondent Sa > AlsoThere
There mil Not lie Another Iorelgn lnunHprcfal
Hprcfal Cable lleipntth 10 Tub SVNLONDON
LONDON Nov rnThe St Petersburgcorrespondent
the Times the Libenilorgans
correspondent of el says thl UbnlorglulM
organs are almost unanimously under thoImpression
Impression that the recent Ministerialvisits
visits presage another foreign loan TlioOkoeyr
Okoeyr formerly the Jlunn couples thisbelief
I belief with pe rinteiit predict ions of I herlurn
return of Count WiUt to power I liucorreHpondent
correspondent addsI
I I urn In a position to state onauthority undoubtedauthority
I authority that the question of I foreignloan
loan has not lxcn raised first Ixwue 1
loon 1 not immediately wanted ali secondly
ondly because the oeMllnt rcalixivthat
that the conditions which would bo n l edwould
would render a loan impossibleAs
I As regards Count Witte 1 learn that Imis
il going to bin estates in the Cniirosu Hnwas
was invited to ort through St Petersburg
burg but the invitation was sulKequcntlycancelled
cancelled Moreover there line never beenany
any intention of rivalling him to 0111II
His presence here was at one time desiredin
in connection with financial questions Itin
in stated that the reorganization of theState
State Bank will oon be effectedMIT
Mont of Sir William llollmrnei liiriK lollalli
hails Kept Off all liy New CuratorSpecial
Special Cttilt llnpalth lo Test StNIosv
LONDON Nov 4ln 1803 Sir WilliamHolburne
Holburne died and left to the city of Bathhis
his collection of china miniatures andpictures
pictures which he had pent 1 lifetimegathering
I gathering Since then Bath hal pridedherself
I herself upon her wonderful collectionThere
There were some 250 picture labelled withthe
I the greatest names in the history of painting
ing Including tloso of Rombrandt Reynolds
nolds Hale Cayp Van Dyke and Hobberna
Recently Both appointed I new curatorfor
for the museum in September he clonedthe
the galleries They have now bean reopened
opened Lew than iffy pictures remainon
on tim walls The rest of the collect IonIH
1 in the eel la IH u
Swedish unit chants Imrntlnii nil III
Deliinn lralrd Iulillcly Next MmilliNprtbll
I Nprtbll tllttlt lt > l > ntfll II TUB SUNIosi
Iosi ov Nov 1 A ErHpatcli lr > III1mlil
Mtrniuy licitf from 111111111 saysS
S that a Meutemint of thin HwedlKh Armyuftvr
uftvr four yeiirs cxprrlinentiMg has Inverltri
verltri r cninpliU WIr15445Swedish tclnphomHwndlxh
Swedish novspaKrK rtrto Unit there willbe
I be u public demonstration of I iso InventionIn
In Decemberir
Volunteer a t oncn al Union Sure HotelWATCHEn as aWATCkIE8
FHOTS or Tiro HOVSESJX wtulAMsnvna
lAMsnvna mon OITSlnny
Slnny Ienoiu in Peril but Nobody HurtA
A Policeman a mock Away KnocUedlloxvn
lloxvn NelicliborlnE Tenement 11
lied of Tlielr Kereamlng OeeupantsA
A bomb was exploded by Black Handmen
men in the lower part of u three story doubleframe
frame dwelling inhabited by half a dozetiItnMan
ItnMan families at 2SO iuf > hwlck avenueWilliamsburg
Williamsburg early yesterday morningDamage
Damage aggregating thousand of dollarswas
was done not only to that building but 10adjolllnghou
adjoining houHes and hundreds of windowsIn
In neighboring buildings were chatteredOn
On one side of the ground floor whereinthe
the explosion occurred was a tailor shopcarried
carried on by Francesco Messina who withhis
his wife and three email children lives overthe
the tore On the other side pf the hall wasa
1 picture frame establishment conducted bySalvatore
Salvatore PotaosinIn
In the early part of September Messinabegan
began to receive threatening letters Atfirst iflt
first 1500 was demanded but in subsequentletters I
letters the amount dwindled to 140 Noattention
attention was paid by Messina to any ofthcso
these letters At times he noticed suspicious
clous looking men watching his store buthe
he paid no attention to themShortly
Shortly after 2 oclock yesterday morningthe
th neighborhood was awakened by thoexplosion
explosion It was heard in the Staggstreet
street polo station five blocks awayPoliceman
Policeman Brenner who was at Johnsonand
and Bughwick avenues 1 block distantwas
was knocked downIn
In 1 twinkling hundred of people amongthem
them women and children who were screaming
ing swarmed Into the street from largefour
four story brick apartment houses extending
ing from 07 t 231 Buahwick avenue Inallof
of these dwellings hundreds of windowswere
were shuttered There were reports thatmany
many persons had been badly hurt In theexplosion
explosion and u hurry call for an ambulance
won sent to 81 CtUtnTrUieH Hospital DrsMiltemore
Miltemore nnd Sprecht when they readiedthe
the scene learned from the police that whileninny
ninny persons had had narrow escapenobody
nobody was hurtTho
The vntira front of the dwelling ut 2SOhad
had been Mown oul The front of theadjoining Iadjoinin
adjoining hOI > 282 Btiehwick avenue1usd Ihud
1 hud also teen blown out while the homer
of Dr f Kane at 211 Boeitiin street wasmuch I
I much damagedPolice IPolku
Police Captain Murphy of tho Stuggstreet
street station with Detective onnor andRoundsmen
Roundsmen Twillman and kane went towork
I work on th < case and three hours after theexplosion
explosion they placed under arrest Frankand
and Antonio Pussamita brothers 21 and2H
2H years old of 5SO Flushing avenue nndBuldassiro
I Buldassiro Punulfo 28 yours old of 333MontroKC
I MontroKC avenue Tho three were takento
I to the Stugg street police station whereon
I on being searched there was found uponthem
them note paper whose watermark corresponded Iropldl
responded with the watermark on thethreatening ithratplill
threatening letters which had been sentto
to Mesina The prisoners were locked tipand
and later on hell arraigned In tho Manhattan
hattan avenue poll court thuy were heldI
I without bail by 11 1 rate Oliollly untiltoday
Its the nilhurhlll ur Itnlay oxplosoit
plosion there have leen tvi Hitnilnr iploitiOfls
sions within this lust two 10nthIr
111 7iu cit 0 niniHii ionimiles
I CIII IlaiK llunn the Incline rneiml rolleduml
ali lliinii VnoltiiT Ilisrnsmi SliaKinThe
I The lUlu fr brigade organised iimmigthe
the policemen of the Brooklyn Bridge squadbud
bud a hard battle with 1 burning mr nt theManhattan
Manhattan end of the bridge Into lust nightUeKnlh
Del I avenue ear 70S bound forBrooklyn
Brooklyn hud just pUhsitl the lust loopon
on the south roadway when tho fuse blewout
out The front end of the car was Instantly
stantly enveloped In flames MotormanFrank
Frank Klein of l20Stanhop street Brooklyn
lyn was forced lack into the car by thelilae
lilae and tincniitrolledi the car ftarttxlbackward
t backward down the incline toward theloops
I loops About twentyfive persons including Iing
ing several WODIHII lejptnl off tin car 1 IaJ1
I aJ1 InJuryI
I Ono hundred feet behind the burningiHr
I cur Thinl uventiH car 21M3 was comingofl
ofl it IfMip A iHisioii s Mvtned imminentPoliceman
I Policeman R illy jumped on Iho Ie Kalbnvenue
nvenue car jerked t I liti pole shut i iistsilt
off the power and hsban to apply tho brakeson
lJWfr t
I on the rear end By the time the curscollided I
collided the speed had so diminished thatlittle I
I little damuiCR resulted Ttiu contact wassevere
severe enough however to throw severalpassengers
passengers in the Third avenue tar fromtheir i
I their seats Son was InjuredTh II
The flames meantime were shootingnlxivo
I above the roof of the De Kalb avenue carRellly
Rellly l > e jan to fight them with sand whiliItouiKlsman
I ItouiKlsman Fitgerald and Policeman Kiirren
ren cume Inn rim with twotlr extinRuii hers
I CO When they got to work the fire was
Koon extinguished The De Kalb avenuecar
car was then pushed across the bridgeby
I by the one with which it had collided Tlmsurfnro
surfnro lines were blocked fifteen minutesCOPS
Man Aeetueil of Swindling Kant SUIt JIWMlleliirni
I lleliirni on Nt Iaul and M NahhnlWhen
When the American liner Ht Paul dockedyesterday
yesterday Detective Sergeants Farley andBirmingham
I Birmingham of Inspector McLaughllnsstaff
I staff went on board and arrested LouisBrown
I Brown 38 years old who said he was ncutter
I cutter living at 301 East Tenth streetBrown
Brown Is wanted on a charge of fleecing nnumber
I number rt East Side Jews who told theDistrict
District Attorney that they paid him moneyto i
I to have relatives shipped from Russiaduring
during the massacres lest summer and thatho
ho neer made goodcLaughlin
I Inspector McLaughlin wild that Brownt
did 1IIIn at 1 14 Uivlngton street underthe
the firm name of Louis Brown tt SonsWhen
I When reports came from Russia that Jewswere
were being massacred hundreds of EastSlders
S Slders who had relatives in tho
country pwld Brown from KH lo HO to havesteerage
steerage tickets sent on and enable them toromo Ini
I robe hereAccording IAlconnR
According to the police Brown took Inall II
I all tho ticket monny that was handed outhut
I hut Inxteud of buying tho IIIHPIIIS nmforwnnllng
forwarding them to tunisia he convertedIho
the tnoneA to his own ue Then li Ixat I I
to the ofher side Inspector M l4 iirlillnlenrnrd
lenrnrd that ho WAS returning t this country i
try on the St Paul and when tilt vweldocked
I docked yesterday ho woi rabbedBrown I
I Brown told Inspector McLmiKhlln thatHerman
I Herman A Co whose alleged logiw ticketbusiness
business ho bought out Is In blame for allhis
I his to Uen troubles and ho intends to put I all upVATCIIRIM
To secure fair und honeit count forn
laatora Report Adi al Ualoa h quars Hotel Judiciary Nornlaatora
Illlnoli Central Presidency Depemls on 11laralanl
Harahana VoteCIIICAOO
CIIICAOO Nov 4On the vote of Dircctoinnd
and Second VicePrwldent J T Harahaat
at the special meeting In Now York Wednesday
day depends the fate of the IllinoIs CentralRailroad
Railroad as an independent eystemIf
I he chooses to give his own ballot tohimself
himself as now seems entirely likely heprobably
probably will be elected president overStuyvewnnt
Stuyvewnnt Fish and control of the company
patsy will pas to Edward 1 HarrimanWith
With the control of th Illinois Centralgoes
goes the control of the commerce of thePanama
Panama Canal and that Is really th mutter
ter at stake said a friend of Mr Fishtoday
President Fish today held R conferencewith
with Mr Harahnn In the Illinois Centraloffices
otc At Its close ho left hurriedly forNew
New York over the Pennsylvania at 243oclock
oclock to rally his forces for the final ont
test Those in a position to know say MrHarahan
Harahan will not vote for President FishGov
Gov Deacon will attend tho meeting asan
an ex officio member of the board In accordance icordance
cordance with a provisions of the old Statecharter Ichari
charter Should Mr Harahan give Fishhis Ihis
his vote tho result will be I tie I to 0 theother iothor
other Fish men being Deneen BeachWilling I
Willing and Cutting Fish of course willvoto
voto for himself The Hnrahan directors
are Harriman Peabody Goelet LuttgenYanderbllt
Vanderbilt and AuchlnclossHVOHES
Will Increase Ills iieoord of 132 SpeechesSince
Since Oct 3Charles
Charles E Hughes put in a full daysre
rt yesterday at hit home 570 West Endavenue
avenue He was pretty well fagged outafter
after his exertions of Saturday but lastnight
night he was in tine condition again andwill
will tnt out today on his final round ofspeechnmklng
His first appearance for the day will boat
at I noon meeting for worldngmen at Westand
and Bethune streetsThe
The final Ilg rally of the campaign willbe
bp held at Durlands Riding Academynt
at night and tho speakers in addition t
11 Hughes will be Timothy L WoodruffJoseph
Joseph I Chodte LletuGov Bruce AttorneyGeneral
torneyGeneral Mayer ant Job R HedgesMr
Mr Hughes will speak at these othermeetings
meetings at night Camp Hughes 353 West125th
125th meet Harlem Terrace 210 East 104thstreet
street Harlem Arcade 211 East 124th trw tS
8 Forsyth street Columbus Hall Sixtiethstreet
street and Columbus
sllt Coilmbul avenueMr
Mr Hughes has been under a tremendousstrain
strain ever since the campaign startedHe
He has delivered 152 speeches since OctoberS
S He has care his campaign throughnil
nil of the sixtyone counties In the Stateexcept
except nine CJintou Franklin EssexColumbia
Columbia Dtitchess Putnam SchtiylerWyoming
Wyoming and ChauliiuqnaLOCOMOTIVE
Engineer anti llralirman lillleil Occupantof
of Saloon Narrowly IscapeCTICA
CTICA Nov 4A locomotive hauling atrain
train of refrigerator cars odstbotmd overthe
the New York Central jumped the trackin
in Rome at noon today ploughed througha
a saloon which adjoined the track killedtho
the engineer and a brakeman wrecked anumber
number of the cars composing the train undimperilled
imperilled I score of lives The engineerwas
was Adalbert Brown of Little Fulls nnd thehnikeman
hnikeman wan H B Vatldervoort of AlbanyTh
Th train was bound from SuspensionHridgo
Hridgo to New York and wax travelling uthigh
high speed when i struck a crossover whichhad
had been turned to permit it to cross to theeiihtbotmd
eiihtbotmd ittAscnger truck The momentum
I nfl of the train was evidently greater thanthn
the engineer calculated for HS KKIII ins hislocomotive
locomotive struck the frog it jumped thet
t rack t ravelled 1 hundred feet over the t lott
1111 buritMl itself in the building occupiedby
Thomas Ferlaw saloon and boardingIIOIIM
by Tllml lrllw OH I > barlnghOlt
hOlt There were lore than twentypersons
persons in the lower part of tlio buildingund
und these narrowly escaped with theirlives
lives as Ihu engine sll1ughseli itHwttythnniglithe
hl placeThe
The building cniftit fire and thf responding
inK firemen dragged Engineer Brown fromhis
his cab where he luy deud pinned down bya
1 heavy nul Ho had been scalded todeath
death Brown might han saved himselfby
by jumping at did his Irematt but ho ttuekto
to his I t liraViinan Vundervoort whowas
was riding on Iho locomotive jumped asthe
the engine struck the building but wasiUKKlit
iUKKlit in tht dl jrl 4 and ciiifhwl to dcatliThe
The loss to the rullniud voinpany in wreck IdlU
cure und their cnllll rll I dairy product
uct H will II lieayFIFTH
FIFTH 1ini iv ni c l innxsAhiiiiilaiied
Ahiiiiilaiied Carl Froth a Illne al 12TtiSlrrrl
Slrrrl alt 2il A < e Croltcr Illumes llojuA
A fire which started lateyesterdoyafternoon
noon badly damaged the andonml KirbnniM
ham of the Metropolitan Street RailwayCompany
Company at the hoiithwest corner of I27lhKtrect
Ktrect and Second avenueThe
The fire slurtwl on the second floor of thebuilding
building which is a two story brick affairand
and was fed by u number of old worn outcurs
curs Smoke 1lltmlt Edward BrennanH
nanH livery barns adjoining on the westand
and thin fifty or mol horses were led outwith
with more or IHKS difficulty by the 1 x c
In the sera in bio Policeman Gillxrt of I heIll
Ill 128th street ntjition was knocked downand
and bruised by one of the horsesThe
hl blaze was extinguished after anhoursiight
hours light in which ime t he Second avenueelevated
elevated and surface roads were blockedChief
Chief Croker who was on tho job saidthere
there had Iron five fires In the place in IhelaMt
last two days which he attributed to a gangof
of boys woo hung about the barns Heestimated
estimated the callro at 10000ILLEdtL
IIW U tW 11Tlrll
Three Hell Knovtn Iollllclatu In HaonneImler
toiler AccinmlonTlv
Tlv biggest surprise in BnyonnoV exciting
ing campaign wits npning last night whenwoiruiits
woiruiits were isstird fur the arrest of threeof
of tin best known pnlitioiuns In tli9 Firstnnd
nnd Fifth wards They are iicctiMd ofpadding
padding the registry lint Moro urreseiwill
will be mado today and still more It IH KindlomoiTow
lomoiTow The men for whom warrantwere
were Issued urn ThoMiiM Melliiitli of tlwThinl
Thinl dbtrlrt of lip Fir t wnrd 0 ill > aiiiF
F ivko nnd J I 1lnl of the Second district
trict of the Fifth wardMcHtlgh
McHtlgh Is KlMiMd of linvln n gisInrtiIet
Peler might on who I i4 111 IN iol uvilien
vilien laong is chnred with hnvlrmnglxtercd
nglxtercd fJeorno Soriinkn who It is sirdIKIH
IKIH no ptipeiH unit VViHjo Wth ImvimreRlHtsrml
registered henry F riintnn who has onlyhis
his first pal r There are 3V > Illuenl ncisI
nnd thoso will benrreMed
rations In liuyonno tls men Vll
nrreMed us soon Ui they attmnpt to voteTho
Tho nrrfutt were made l > y th police whohavn
have been verifying the registration Tlwnames
names of dead men npnrnr on the liftTry
Try Hold tt lllscU Label a e 3 Crown Sbrmit
rlt > only dar Hifirlci botUtd abroad
TfKrrwvs TO ir4siv rov inrwIT
1 He and tin lloosetelt Had a Fine OullnRat
at Pine Knot VaPreiilitent Workedan
an Hour or No a nay on Hit MediateComing
Coming Home to Vote TomorrowWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 4Ihe President andMrs
Mrs Roosevelt returned to Washingtontonight
tonight from their country place PineKnot
Knot in Albemarlo county Virginiawhere
where they bad one of the fluent outingsof
of their lives The President broughtback
back a turkey gobbler The gobbler waadead
dead 1 the other members of the Presidential
dential party which Included SurgeonGeneral
General Rixey and M F Lotto assistantsecretary
secretary to the President were in finehealth
health and spiritsThe
The President Mrs Roosevelt and theircompanions
companions came to Washington on aspecial
special train from North Garden a littlestation
station on thelino of tho Southern Railwayseventeen
seventeen miles from Pine Knot Thetrain
train loft North Garden at 6 oclock andgot
got here at 615 oclock fifteen minute
late due to a freight blockade betweenAlexandria
Alexandria Va and Washington Theprivate
private car Signet and another car composed
posed the special trainThis
This morning the President and MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt attended services at ChristEpiscopal
Episcopal Church a mile from Pine Knotand
and listened to a sermon by the He ThomasBaker
Baker After the senIces the Presidentshook
shook hands with the members of the congregation
gregation When they got to North Gardenthis
this afternoon half an hour before the timescheduled
scheduled for their train to start they fosnd2S0
250 people waiting to Bee them Many ofthem
them had driven long distances to have 1
look at the President who shook handswith
with everybody and appeared to bebubbling
bubbling over with good humorWorking
Working an hour or so every day on hiannual
annual message to Congress was about allthe
the work the President did while he wasat
at Pine Knot Assistant Secretary Lattawho
who remained at North Garden to attendto
to any executive business that might comeup
up had a equally easy experience Mostof
of the time was spent by tho President inthe
the woods and fields in search of gameHe
He wanted particularly to bag I wild turkeybut
but his efforts were not rewarded untilyesterday
yesterday afternoon when he shot a bigone
one the only thing that fell to his gun during
ing the outing No deer were seen Theturkey
turkey will be served at dinner at the WhiteHouse
House tomorrowWhen
When President Roosevelt got back tothe
the White House tonight be found therean
an estimate of the result of the electionfor
for Governor in New York prepared byJohn
John A Stewart of New York president ofthe
the League of Republican Clubs MrStewart
Stewart gave Hughes I majority of 83000over
over HearstPostmasterGeneral
PostmasterGeneral Cortelyou and Secrelory
relory Loch will accompany Pre ldentuosevelt
Roosevelt when he leaves Washington atmidnight
midnight tomorrow to vote at OysterBuy
Buy Il Cortelyou votes in the sameCongress
Congress district as tho President andOyster
Oyster Bay is Mr Ioebs legal residenceThe
The President will leave Oyster Bayimmediately I
immediately after voting and expects tostart I
start from Jersey City for Washington atll5 I
I 115 wYlook Tuewlay nYlernoon Hn willbe
b Knck here bhortly lifter I oclock thatnight I
I tk I I
On Thursday afternoon hit will start onhis I
his Panama trip accompanied by Ir10llt
Roosevelt SurRonGeneiiil Rixey nndAssistant
Assistant Secretary l itta The crulserVucht
Vucht Mayflower on which they will willfrom
from Washington will transfer them to theliattleshlp
liattleshlp Louisiana at Wolf Trap light inChesapeake
Chesapeake Bay on Friday morning andthe
the ouiiatui will then start for the Isthmustroi
IUOIt I srimT iv 4 rviovl
3ldc a Sloneeiilter Before He Could luySnas
Snas < Kiie CornerstoneA
A large congregation witnessed the laying
lug of the cornersdim of the new Ohab
Zedek Synagogue of the First HungarianCongregationof I
Congregationof New York yesterday afternoon
noon in ilCtli street between LenoxandFifth I
Fifth avenues This is the oldest HungarianHebrew
Hebrew congregation In this city and fortho illhulat
llhulat thirtylive years has worshipped Inthe
the synagogue on Norfolk street The newbuilding
building is to be in Gothio Iylo KtigeneSchoen ISrhoen
Schoen IH the architectThe
The Hebrew Orphan Asylum Bund ojxtieilthe IIht
the ceremony with Tit Star SimngledBanner
Banner followed by praverund an addressin i
in Gtrmiln by Rabbi Phi Klein MoritNenmun
Nenmun rlwirnuii of the building committee I
mittee then introduced Jacob H Sehiffwho Iwbo
who was to lay thl corer lul but l > eforeMr Ij
I Mr Snhiff was allowed to proceed lie wasInitiated
j Initiated into Inion 37 Journeymen StoneSetters
i Setters of New York by Delegate Skinnerof I
I of tll international Bricklayers IliionMr I
Mr Sohiff in a brief address congratulatedthe
I the congregation and officers on their success
cess und added his hast wishes for its continuance
tinuance Other speakers were LeopoldHerman
Herman president of the congregationund
und the Rev Dr H Pereira MtmdesThe
I The following letter was readYlinH
IT > Flrnl Iliiiiguriiin < < inarruati < i > iYour
Your letter of tlm liiih received ThePresident
President lieurllly niiprecUtus the Invitationextended
extended II him by t he First tlnnirurlunContfreUHtiou
ContfreUHtiou He regrets lulL his eninurements
I inurements prevent his acerptliiK your kindInvitation I
Invitation nn I wishes me to extend to
I Inviaon 011 Ihl I elelt 01 I
his boust wishes for your surremWHUUI I
I WHUUI 10KB SecretaryOther
f Other letter were read from Gov HigginsComptroller II
Comptroller Meti nnd Judge Samuel IClreenbaum
I olltrler
I ClreenbaumWhich I
1 IMJ Ior RWttUI It
t I S
Which In Illegal Say Morgan Men anilThey
I They Arrest HimLtidwlg I
Ltidwlg Hens 10years old an exconvictof
of 110 Fast Seventyfirst street was chargedwith
I with Illegal registration in the Tombspolice I i
police court before Magistrate Finn ynsterdny
I Deputy Superintendents of Election It JCronii
Cronii and Jon Llnefwn arrested himHe
I He was release from thn Trenton N Jpenilentlarj
penilentlarj on Jnnunrv 0 after con ldln
an eleven montliH henttticc for mrnHlntiRlder
HlntiRlder IN killed 11 man In Went rangnnd Annt
ninth plmidrd KitUty Ho reclstfreil onOrtolier
October 0 Inthr Sixteenth Klectlon diNI net
of the Eighteenth Acsembly district Ilinileptitnw I
ileptitnw nllego that he lost his franchisewhen
when Hontenr < d for mnnslnugliler Hewas
I was held In 1 C00 for rxrimlnntlon todayAfter
After I CIr Ibe IciilchI
I tut mud ib hIghball ImuuArSJ
SAIIINn DAYS wivnnnah llnr ships everyTuesday
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday luo if MO Tl rM
J North nivtr < Uf
To Present Another Window to a SjTaooioCliurcb
Mrs Russell Saga has arranged t makeanother
another gift to the First PresbyterianChurch
Church of Syracuse where she and herparents
parents used to worship I will b astained
stained glass window s feet high and 1wide
wide on the subject of St John baptizingthe
the Saviour and is now being executed byMlns
Mlns Anna Tiltlnghatt I Is in memoryof
of the Hey John Watson Adams D Dwho
who was the first pastor of the churchand
and who baptized MrsSago as a little girlThe
The window will occupy a place oppositeanother
another window also by Miss Tillinghastwhich
which Mrs Sage presented several yearsago
ago in memory of her parents The window
dow will cost about SIMO and will be finished S
ished by EasterTHAW
lift Now Second on the Homicide 11staltlng
WalllnK Their Day 1 CourtHarry
Harry Thaw may be put on trial this weekHe
He Is now number 2 on the list of murderers
derers confined In the Tombs and awaitingtrial
trial Since October 1 when the DistrictAttorney
Attorney began to try murder cases hehas
has reduced the number from thirtyonetho I
tho largest number of trien held in theTombs
Tombs for homicide in the citys historyto
la second of those leftIt
to nine Thaw I lond tho8 let I
I Is possible the trial may bo delayedbecause
because of the writ of prohibition lure Iby S
by Thaws counsel forbidding the DistrictAttorney
Attorney from further examining witnesses I I
in the Grand Jury subpoenasRecorder
nesses case on tubpn IHeorer
Recorder Goff has that matter under advisement S
ment now and It is not known when he willgive i
give a decision eUher sustaining or nullifying IIng
ing the writI II
P O LETS THKM TlnOldllAntllrar IAntMlrrt
Antllrar Circulars VUtli 11 ItootcSpeech
Speech Not Lone DelayedAbout
Abut six thousand circulars holding WR
R Hearst responsible for the aspxssinationof
of President McKinley which were heldup
up at the Grand Central rot > t officepending ipnding
pending a decision a to whether ornot Inot
not they were mnilable were released yesterday
terday morning The circulars containedamong
among other things extracts from Secretary
tary Roots recent speech at UticaFAMIXE
Ten Million Persons Near Starvation nndSerious
Serious Disorder FearediSprclnl
iSprclnl cable Dtipatch lo THE SUNSIUNOIIAI
SIUNOIIAI Nov Missionaries reporta
a severe famine in North Klanpiu Aboutten
ten million persons are on the brink of starvation
vation The local magistrates are preventing
venting the people from leaving the regionbut
but are taking no steps to provide themwith
with food Hitherto there have only beenslight
slight disorders but it is feared they willbecome
become more seriousPKOF
Sentiment Against Monroe Doctrine Dinirlliuted
irlliuted Hnolecalo In lierinanyttetlal
Special CoW Despatch to TnE SCKLONDON
LONDON Nov 4The Berlin correspondent
ent of the Horning Pout says that the German
man Government Is distributing thousandsof
of copies of the speech lately made by ProfBurgess
Burgess in which he referred disparaginglyto
t the Monroe Doctrine and the Dingloytariff
tariff The speech ia described as officialviir
viir Iwific nnoKKits itm IIEIITTliry
Tliry Our Ontario UanK i2no < ltHIO Afcording
cording to KxOlaiiaKer MvUIIIOTIAWA 1
OTIAWA Ont Nov 1A Toronto deK I
K uei to Ottnwo tonight says AccordIiiK Iil
jug to exManager MeiiiUH statements onrecord
record of the Ontario Bank it Is said thatbig
big New York brolcnn are shown to owetlm
lIst Ittnc alwiit S 2000000 The prosecution
linn may end n commission to Vow Yorkto
to lK ic into the facts thoroughly Mmcourt
court iniulry beginning on Tuesday willInclude
Include in its scopo the probing of all theexnuuuuers
exnuuuuers sptviilutioiM On Mo livthe
Ihl shareholder rommitten will meet tidecide >
decide whilier to employ special counelHKWAKH
II Iso Otis hi ed Two lolai ems of lit Prlmarj
marj Kleilioii LawJutt
Just prior to the recent primary elect loris
IhairriiHii Parsons of the Republican countycommittee
committee offered 1 reward of Srl for detection
tion of violations of thin primary law MrParvoiw
Parvoiw sent a check for SVX yestunlay toPatrolman
Patrolman James hastings for bucuringthe
the conviction of two men who sought tovote
vote under false mimes In sending thereward
reward to Hastings 11 Parsons alI <
I thank you for your effective and persistent
sistent work in pursuing these men undprocuring
procuring their conviction I sincerelyhope
hope that the Commissioner of Police willpermit
permit you to accept the rewardThe
The men arrested were Edward Walshund
und Charles Murray They voted underfalse
false ni mIl in tho Third election distritof
of the Eighteenth Assembly district Murmy
my net inoutliKend Walsh sixty daysOPEHA
f F 1 llUclpllnes use Slace llandit all
the MtKlelann IrRiiiilalluiivThe
The Theatrical Protective Union composed
posed of stage hands aol the MusicalMutual
Mutual Protective Union otherwise knownas
as Local 310 of the American Federation ofMusicians
Musicians were formally suspended atyesterdays
yesterdays meeting of the Central Fedcrated
crated Union for disobeying the ordergiven
given last week to withdraw their membersfrom
from the Metropolitan Opera House in orderto
to force Director Conried to reemploy themembers
members of the old chorus The chorusis
is organled W Local 1 of the ActOMNational
National Protective Union and Is represented
sented by 1 delegate In theInion CentralFedorateJ1nioti
Before the decision was taken the delegates
gates of the suspended unions made astrong
strong fight against tho suspension orderThey
They will appeal t the American Federation
Hon of I < brA
After the suspension hail been announcwlit
it was decided to appoint a committee toact
act with the suspended unions in trying Iugot
got the old chorus reempluyml If theysuucceeol
itticceed the suspended unions wil lie ninntated >
Mn Irary May lio to Mrel Her IlihhundWAHIIINOTON
WAHIIINOTON Nov 4 Mrs Rorort 1CPeary
Peary wife of the ArrtU explorer willprobably
probably leave hero tomorrow for NowBrunswick
Brunswick to join Mr Peary Hit will I encnmiunlod
ncnmiunlod by her son whom shut wantsto
to he the first to greet his father uionhsKafn
Jar returnVOIDNTRKIt
The JudlrUir Nominator Intend t le aFAIR
Enroll lamtdtatdy at Union Square Hotel Mi
All Came Within a Minute a t If a BabyAiterold
Asteroid Had Blown Vp Thn BtccettFell
Fell Within a Mile of the SteamnhlpSt
St Anitrewnie M the Ship CabinA
A great meteor hissing through a murkyley l
ley startled the officers and crow of thol
Phonlr Line freighter St Andrew lastTuesday
Tuesday afternoon about sixty miles northeast
Tueay attroon abut sxt nor
east of Cape Race Newfoundland Jul
before the giant shooting star appearedFirst
First Officer V Spencer who had chrglot
of the bridge saw several miles dead aheadthree
three meteors rip fiery lines almost fronvzenith
zenith t horizon through the vapor curtain 5In
In the west The greatest of the troSpencer
Spencer said would have made a dazzlingillumination
illumination at nightWhile
While ho was looking at It he heardhissing
hissing far away on the port beam Th8
chief engineer who had come out on deekcalled
called to Spencer to look to port Thwqfirst
first omcer has palled in many seas and hateen
seen marvellous marine and ineteorologlcixlphenomena
phenomena ho even has had the distlncsvtlon
tlon of something akin to sealjsserpent
reporting Imethlnp a saserpent
serpent but the spectacle that met his eyeswhen
when he turned them to port almost knockedhim
him off his feet iStretching
Stretching far into the air was I redi5p4white
white trail of flame twenty feet or more toyjdiatnotor
diameter Below zigzagging toward thaisurf i
surface of a lumpy sea was the giant metet
that had made the evanescent scar of flron
on the face of the Iky tI
I have seen many meter chiefly ntnight
night but I never have seen any act Ilkathis
this wild yesterday WhenIt
thi one Spencer 111 ltoray j
it was within half a mile of the sea it bgan jrocking
rocking or swinging if you like anyhow jgoing
going from side to side and leaving a ztzzag
zag trail It was bigger than my cabin jwhich
which L twelve feet wide and t must havaweighed
weighed tons I was less than a mile awayI
to the southard on the port bean and wheJit
it struck the sea it must have cooked amillion
million fish all around The water boiledup
to height of feet andthe
up a hel11t twenty fPt or more adthe
the vapor created by the steam spread overa
a space wider than the length of this shlpjand
and that is morn than 550 feet I wasnearly
nearly half a minute before the sea wentdown
The captain and 1 t lke overthe meteorafterward
afterward Hedidnt see I as he had turnedin
in for a nap but it caused him to makesome
some observations on the perils of life atsea
sea We concluded that meteors explainedthe
the disappearance of a number of vesselsincluding
including several liners that had run undera
a shower of meteors Suppose that gnat
mass of metal consuming tho air all aroundit
I had hit our ship Suppose it had struckus
us amidships Why every soul aboardwould
would have been roasted to death before tlmmeteor
meteor bad pierced the ship like a boltof
of lightning tearing a great hole throughher
her or melting her in two as if she had beensubjected
subjected to the force of a blast furnaceWhy
Why shouldnt a meteor in the seasonwhen
when meteors fall strike a ship just as a
thunderbolt might We might have beenunder
under the very spot where that big fellowfell
fell I tell you I believe the mystery ofmany
many milting ships can be account for bymeteors
meteors We saw four within a month fallinto
into the ocean and I have no doubt that otherhips
hips will report more off NewfoundlandIf
I It had not been daylight I havent anydoubt
doubt we would have seen hundreds nearand
and farThe
The HamburgAmerican liner Braziliajin
in last evening from Hamburg also observeda ra
a great meteor when northeast of Cape Racnon
on Tuesday night about three hours afterthe
the St Andrews experience The Brazlliaimeteor
meteor was visible for thirty seconds beforait
it buried itself in the seaThe
The earth Is approaching the metedrbelt
belt which its orbit cuts about November
1314 and if it can pick up such strays anthese
these big ones in October perhaps we aregoing
going lo have I fine rfcteor yearuitin
uitin irnoii tumults AnitEsvOf
Of Urlter Who linn Coach Pole Through thaIlls
Ills In Hhltli He aq UrlvlncvThomas
Thomas Ryan n coach driver was arrested
rested lute yetordoy afternoon In CentralPark
Park on a charge of reckless driving afterlie
lie had run the pole of his rig through thorear
rear of a coach in which Mr and MM JohnUalke
Balks Baker of 20 East Fortyeighth streetwere
were driving Mr Baker who in a memberof
of the present Grand Jury was very indlgnant
dlgnant and ordered Mounted Policeman1McClInchy
McClInchy to arrest RyanAccording
According to the story told to the policeby
by Mr Baker and his coachman Ryancanmdown
down the Hast Drive ut n fast clip behindMr
Mr Bakers carriage Mr Baker M coachman
man says he called out to Ryan to slowdown
down but that ho paid no heed to him AtNinetieth
Ninetieth street the vole of Ryana coachcrashed
crashed into the Baker vehicle No onwas
was hurt but the Baker vehicle was badlfilainaged
Ryan was first taken to the Arsenal polioastation sstation
station and then to the East Sixtyseventhstreet
street station where he was locked up
Ryan was employed by the AlbemarleStables
Stable ut 828 Seventh avenueIltlKS
5 5 3Ilaby
llatiy Hal Landlord to lliMil Home forRaelielon
Raelielon and Bachelor MaidMllWAtKKK
MllWAtKKK Nov 4The originator oftho
the Baby FlafinMilwaukeehas taken another
other step to help keep the world from becoming
coming depopulatedLouis
Louis Auer to show his ideas on the subject
ject of race suicide a year ago built twoline
line apartment buildings with floors specially
daIly deadened and with other dev ce4denirable
desirable to families with children Hothen
then announced that babies were welcomedand
and that he would offer a months rentfreo
I freo for every child born in the apartmentThis
This week he will let contract for tia
largest apartment housp In the city to Ixi
built in two wings with a court betweenOne
One half will be devoted to bachelor muldthe
the other to bachelorsThe
The apartments will be specially fitted forthose
those living singly To every couple occupying
pying HpartrnenlM In the building he wiltgive
give a months rent free upon their marriage
Candidate fur Congress lulls All Corporation tiorations
Utxov III Nov t Frank o LnwdonjIlii
tip Republican candidate for Congress Intlm
I list Thirteenth district yesterday fitatoilthat
that he had disposed of all inkrest holdby
by him In the American Radiator Joiniiiiny
iiiiny Ontnd Trust Company NationalJhrik
Hank of tlm Republic London CliiHrnnUmContfiany
S crush Accident oniupnny National Blsciuitt Iols1any
Contfiany riillinnn < ompiiny nnrl Iho
Pullman iioiin and Having RinkIt
It was charged by the IJemocrnU thatIxiwden
Ixiwden was director of the o concernsanti
and that it would Influence his action In
CongaM c

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