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r KXT noisi AUK DKADllaiilirail
llaiilirail of Alabama ciromruor of Ohlninl
I ninl Many Oilier Were Ilrfeatrd folflrioitilnaltosITllrec
m nomination Three Urnibm Hvllrt
I I Arcrpl U1ItIMI Ions for amrrnoiWABIIINOTOS
WABIIINOTOS Nov 4No matter howthe
the elect low for HfprMmlatlvt In thcixL j
L J tirtli foiiRretfri turn out thorn will bet many IdmlJI
of the House auI
S clmiiRpH In tim personnel 10ule II
V I 1111 of tho nomination made ThIhWKruls
IhWKruls will lose their senior member Inpolli
point of ncrvlco > 1 I Bankhrad o AlaIKJIDII
IKJIDII who was defeatetl for renotninatlol
f l > y Richmond Pearson llolwon the hero ofIhe
the Mcrrimoc and the Rejmlilicans will fbiluve
Imve the help of Sen C I Grcmvonor < ie fOhio
e Ohio who WAO also default for renntninatlon
tlon Each wrved twenty yenrs ulthoiiRi
i < lrovenor service was not continuousj
j Cirosvenor wng 01f of hlo jiartys chump
i p nn on the floor and wan always madfor
110r a wrap Hunklicad uftw lii ilofeut lttheprlmarie
the solace of im nlternntelection
tho primaries not lolleo olernole
election for Utiitwd States Senator contingent
tingent upon thE death or retirement olitlwr
fithor of the prreont Senators Morgan nnlVtm >
lVtm each tif whom t4 mom than NO Ylnlolt
V oldJ
J Frank O Sowd > n soninlaw of the latiIiiIlnirt
fiflorgo Pullman Imx bt nominatedfil to
x fill tho vocaney omsed by the deulh ofnpTlnlal1
i > prpfentative RU Hit tanothorold timericho
icho wau nerving uk ihirt < enlh term fronjjin
l Z jjin Ullnolh districtA
A prtuniitt t nro will disappear witlthe
the retirement of tin lion J e Slblny IfII
the rJlldln Il iiitrict viII 111111 MMVPIlen
len yt nr In tlio Hotixe He wan vleftod luIh
t hi Fill yt Itini f engross 1 I Dernocraand
and iiRain to hf Kifiyxixth CoiiftresHafter
after narrovly plpln nomination aVice1iviidpiil I
Vice1iviidpiil on tlu Bryan ticket In ttiIongic Itlon
ongre N hit rreuUH xoinvthliif of ation tcimitlon
tlon by ivnouwiui Mf allouinnon to tinJVmocrali1 IImtKTJ
JVmocrali1 party und tioirh lug clnu > lirally
rally to tie other hI D of tho hull wlieivlie
ral Kid I lie Minull I Iploti g in Ihl hit I mHI
HI is HiililiriK i Iwrintifnl rwidtMicn onTaiiii
TRinp Ifciv Kla ami expects to makithat
that place till liomu ont N Iittaner of tinOlovprwllle
Olovprwllle N V district aNo iieilineto <
to contest for a ronominalion after 1 contiimoiiH
tiimoiiH serviort of teji yearsAfter
tfl I
tnuom4 loiiiK eleried nix time TheoboliOtjen
Otjen of Milwaukee fell down on flontha evcnlh
t Oljln 1alk ftl i
cnlh itt tempt n 1 tll of too much poxoffice
office It wan churned aguiiiKt him that mirQCOmtflPIftiei ircomrluled
recommended I WI men for the iiino plucijind Iunl
jind failwl to land either He IH leader olthc
k unl t4iltrrI ninnitiji wiciety whose Sunday
day night wirvicp at the Dewey Hotel attrarteil
trarteil much attention last termfhnimiHii l
fhnimiHii Theoiloni Burton of tho fontmittee Imit
mittee on Hivcrs and Harbor loses hII twiprincipal
principal lieutenant by the failure oMeKsru felr
11rllclll Downer of West Virginia amnUhop
nUhop of Michigan to wocuro renominalions
ΒΌ ton after twelve year continuotiH H > rvice
vice eachJilletto
I vi Jilletto of the First district of Cnliforniiirc
rc > icne l to run for Governor Gilbert ofIndiant
Indiana to accept I Judgeahln in the Philippine
I pine Irtlnndx and 1 I > Sullivan of XovYork
r York who wild he would rather beaSnatorat
at Albany than a lleprenentutive at WashErnest
t 1IIIon nll lgnPI
Ernest B Wood of St Louis was nnHeated
I Heated on June 23 because of frauds lt Ihnrllllol
r election in the Twelfth Missouri tistrictin
in loot and Harry M Coudrey his Il
101 larry
xiblican opponent was pworn in TIIIMt
t district has the unique distinction of havina
I Ins had the nominal member 1 J Kutlertwice
twice unnnted in the same ConRreNS foifraud
fraud This year the Democrats apparrntly
rntly decided that it was nueless to keeflp
counting in the defeatedcandidate
up the practlco of Itlnl tle
f candidate and made no nominationPennsylvania
7 Pennsylvania Itwt three members hydrat
death buif en Ion llfthert Adam of tlwHeoomMJ
HeoomMJ A Castor of lit Third and U RPuttpfnp
Puttpfnp > r of the Twelfth and GeorRiflost
lost its Itoprewentatiye lonz st in serviceII
I E IjeslT of the Firnt district who waxervlni >
I xervlni his ninth Itn Just after Congress
t gress adjourned I C Adams of WisconBin
Bin died m Chicago Keprcyentativo Hoaiof
of the AVorccster Mass district died lastweek
h1 Pk
PkJ S Little of Arkansas declined a renomination
nomination to CotiRrehs Iwing been nominated
I nated for Govwnor nt the Democraticprimaries Iprmaril
primaries Mr Patlereon of Tennessee IRIM
i RIM declined n rcnomination II ConzriHtbecause Ilcaue
e because of his nomination for GovernorBefidps
t Befidps Ihow mentioned the followingDemocratic
Democratic members iff the Fiftyninthonuress I
onuress were not renominated Bowieof
of Alabama Smith Trimble and Gillwrt olKentuskv
Kentuskv 1tolx > rtson of Ioui41stlac McNnrynnd
c old Sullivan of Mns achn tlH Hunt ofMlstotiri
Mlstotiri Vati Duz rof Nevaila McDermottof
of New Jersey Hearst Towne and flupiwrlof
4 of New York Patterson and GudRer of NorthCarolina
k Carolina arlr of Ohio Kline of Pennsylvania
v vania Holler of Tennessee Brooks nndHeld
Held of Texas Southnll of Virginia nndDavis
r Davis of West VirginiaAnd
And thA following Republicans Brooksand
and Hogg of Colorado Hedge of townBowcrsock
I Bowcrsock of Kansas Wnchter of Mar
land Fletcher and Biickman of MinnesotaNhartel 1HhnrL1
Nhartel of Missouri Dixon of Montanawho
it who if seeking tho SenatorshiplMcCarthyof
of Nebraska Allen Wiley and Val WinkleNew
Alel II
of New Inrsey to FAvro and Flack of NowYork1
rk Nevin ScraggY Southard Wcbbeiiind
J iind J3aidtfr of Ohio Jkrmnnn and Williamon
r on of Oregon Morrell Palmer MahnnDresser
Dresser and Smithof Pennsylvania Burkeand
and Martin of South Dakota and Minor andBrown
Brown of WisconsinThere
There will be many changes in the Sonataalso
all after March 111 Berry of ArkansasBUickburn
BUickburn of Kentucky and Cnrmack ofT
a rrntnesee were deftviteil for renominationAlcer
I Alcer of Michican Dark of Montana andiiPattorfOn
iiPattorfOn of Colorado have nnnouncwl thatt1i
II t1i fYi will not he cnndidaten and I Itepuhlicanwill
it Ikmti will take the plar of Inadit of OrccouP
Iin wllake tlA
< P mncrrtt who wal appointed by the Governor
mot after the death of Senator J HMitchell
eror Rfer that G Br
Mitchell I Is not probable
r AVetmor will bo returned even if theRepublican
Republican win in Rhode Island NorriJlrown
RhDe orrOrown
Jlrown has been Indorsed by the NebrnskullepubUcann
llepubUcann to succeed Senator llar
JUt the latter Is making a fight to pet controlof
t of thonext Legislature Other changm nroJk
4 Jk urobal > l at a result of tho elections on
4 TuesdayjiHMJST
t jft > jiHMJST nttvon nw 1U1 i rjft
No Money for rue In llDntgomrr count
oil Election HayVIISTKBUAM
fri VIISTKBUAM N Y Nov IThe Democratic
E cratic politicians or more particularly thoIndependence
Independence leaguers are dUhoartenexlover
t over th announcement that they will nothavr
fund for Ithai
y havr nny use on Tuesday
baa boon expected that leant would semia
tl bn expct
a few thousand dollars up the MohawkValley
1 Valley and that Montgomery county wouldgot
r got Its share but th statement that therewill
t will be no money has dampened the spiritsof
of the fellows who have been whooping itUJJfor
I UJJfor Hearst
1 Of course the old hue Democrats thosewho
who are hoping for th defeat of Hearstftrejglad
3 ftrejglad that the dough hag will be emptyoh
oh Tnewtuy
Tho Democratic city committee la tveninpr
l veninpr held ti meottnc and adoptetl ieoltiit
it tloim that a committeo bo npimlntod towait
wait upon District Attorney John I MaxwH
t trlc ttrnoy
wH of Montjcoirrery county end urgi hlulto
to uuo a prnclamntlon thut 0 will proseculo
culo with unrelenting vigor nil pitrticipants
pants lit crimes against the election lawnd
Knd mat the committee wait upon Hhlril
WillUni 1 Brlce and urge him to msiieinstruction
instruction lrL his doputlen throiiKhoutthin
thin county to be on duty on election lInk
k uncj arrest any person pnrtloipiitinn Inbuying
4 buying oUrn and assist tim < local officersand
V and committing mogistrau In upholilingtha
tha law and that ha personally look aftertho
C thIs execution of his orders In the 110101eiflrll
districts within nno mile of thu Montgomeryounty
t ounty Jai The final inectliiRs of thoRo
I Ro > nbtloan and Democratic txiuuty cominittoon
I inittoon woiv held yestorduy afternoonir
IF lOt WAT IIDOEH wininirr IKISSKNVuluntctr
Vuluntctr HI imrr At Inlnn Ktiuurr lloirl nt I
r 1
The Judtrl r > NVitnloaton Introit lo an arain
rain AND IIOMIMT COlVTtnroll
tnroll ImmnlUtflK at Union Hquira llotrl jdvI
T superior Peiicil cot
less than the ordinary one becue I
cause the
writes smoothfy erases cleanlyand
and lasts more than twice aaong
longas other pencils
unfailingly retaining its unvarying
varying qualities 17 degrees6B
If the Vrflus Prncll In wnnlcil with iJrtlftf Itsdsk
I tnr Veuu lnplJ XofKWX Iftptx
Opin Hllic Alan Not thc TiliiR for tvlilrhlie I
lie Irofoisri lo StandDr Ir
Dr Felix Adler dealt with the questionof
of the ppxent political campaign in hisliires
addrew at tarncKio Hall yesterday Personally
sonally he said ho should vote against theradical
radical candidate Ho opposed Hoanstand
he and notthe
and his newspapers explained amilotthe
the measures that they advocated I
Abraham Lincoln were toddy In the leadof
of the masses and heading tho sameIssues
Issues us Hearst Dr Adler declared hewould j
would not hesitate 1 moment to vote theradical
radical ticket But tho notions of the candidate Itldlh
didate though many had proved bencliclalto
to the public were unscrupulous for tlwrot
rot tending so often to arouse hatred old
iatsofl among the niu lN that for himself I
self Dr Adler announced ho believed thatthey
they made Hearst 1 fearful portent toAmerican
American politics should ho secure thepower I
power he noughtIn I
in casting his vote Dr Adler beganeach
each voter is performing but nn Infinitesimal imal
mal share in til decision yet as far R ili
duty is concerned every one must act anif I
if tho entire decision were with him I
is my object to rise above the ordinarylevel Iof
level of newspaper dixctiKAion to considerwhat
what tho emergence of the present politicalixMie
issue menim to usThe I
The discontent that has recently brokenout Iout
out among the masses 1 > with both politicaland i
and social II Dr Adler believes PoliticsIIHH i
hits never been morn sordid Party organizations I
ganizations have relied for their pro l1
successively on tpolN on theft nnd onlevisH I
lei 1 upon the moneyed interests Sociallythe I i
themrulvcH condemned tosmaller
masses see IhtInc tllemnrd Itlaler
smaller wages and even narrower breathing
big tpaco They Irt angry at capitalamassed
amassed by peci l privileges unfairnessand
and unequal opportunities These evilsDr
Dr Adler regards us the basis of the issuein I
in the present campaignThe
The two partiesa curious situationdo
do not differ as to the facts nor as to theirinterpretation I
interpretation The Secretary of State saysif
of the situation There have been outrageous
rageous praoticesa strong word for theSecretary
Secretary of State Tho radical elementisks I
asks the party in power Why did you permit
mit these thinK That said Dr Adler
is theonly point of issue bet ween the partiesxcent
xcent for personalitiesI
I must say for one he continued thatwere
were Abraham Lincoln heading the massesI
I should not hesitate for whom to cast myvote
vote Hut our anger should not lead us tomriUh
punish the party in power blindly I isi
1 question of method The methods ofihft
the radical candidate aro good as well asnd I
> > nd Sound teaching moral article opT
hear in his paper side by side with the otherhing
thing J i a mingling block and whiteiehald
iehald Personally I cannot forget thee
iU things which have emanated fromhat
hat source the hoiuiding on of popularmsslon
passion tIm wicked slanders the drawinio
10 light of the sacred secrets of private lifeimt
and all thnt Yet undoubtedly he forced nzreat Ireat
great railroad to come under the sentencef fof
of the law for its wrongdoing When wesee
methods and badndifterently IIntifennty
using good
see n fat uinl melhOt ant bae
le jo
ndifterently what shall we say Thatnnn j
nnn must Indifferent to tho moans usingither
either sort only UK they serve his endWell iWel
Well what is the end Ho is not I vulgar
jar grafter n money seeker Is he aIpniagugue
Ipniagugue Or is he using his power tor
tlmajlgle theory as Vie end I solie
lIe is I more fearful portent In Americanoliics IpoliiC
> oliics than if ho were a demagoguo or arifto
rifto I fanatic with a public end innind imlnr
mind y < t utterly Indiflerent to the meanshat
hat lead to itThn i
Thn means and motive are more Iniwrtant
wrtant than the rnd Bad means breakdown
down the moral sense and destroy thoDemocracy
Democracy at its core There is a ejuesflon
flon of the facts But in the seno that 1
IUdge would churprn a jury I would sayo
10 you that I you find that there has beenin iat
in Indiscriminate use of all means theniron
you are not justified In choosing for thatiirtv
party where methods are used that mu tut
cut the very ground from under the moralsf
of din peopleHit
i Hit vor irtvr soon irIKIES
Vor the Next Ionrlern Yearslaat p
pral or the NominatorThe
I The Judichry Xou batons issued 1 finalppeal IIprtalllt
ppeal lust night to the citizens to vote Torh
the independent judicltry tickol In theourso
course of the appeal it wan statedThe 1Inr IThe
The candidates of I lie Indlclary oinlimors
tore hare heel before I ht public for fournontlis
month and there hfl been nn crltliloni oflielr
their intocrity abllilj or fitness Thin liclcrtoiniirinps
oiniirinps members of the different parliesfleeted
fleeted by no lios8and chosen tolcly for IliPlriluh
iluh profr loiial cmraoter at vouched lorj
b > their brethren of the barTheir
Their opponents were notoriously nanipdi
b > political bosmv as the reward for PoliticalterrIrs
ervlces No defence cnn he made or n ticketo
so constituted all none has been attemptedOn
On Tuesday you are lo choose the Jldalwho
who will hold your life lllwrty and propertyn
In their hands Th r will have greater nndnore
more lusting power than Muyorx or Coverlors
lorsVe appeal to everj citizen to vote for thonnclldate
nnclldate of the ludlcliiry Noiniiintor bylacinc
placing a cross tNt In the circle under Ihc1Jack
back trluiKlo and thus by initlnir able nndxperlenced
experienced lawyers oil the bench enable ourourts
ourts to secure n prompt hOlut impartialnd
snil vlcorous administration of justiceHarlem
I Harlem Dfinorrntlo Club DhlrtwA
A member of thto Harlem Dcmocratiolub
Club said yesterday that over onehalfhe
Ilhe members of the club tire for Hughes
burke Cockran Ueclarrn Illnueir AuthoUeU
lied toSlateTliatTlniKulllvnii In Luynd
and Ii tUklng an Inirlthli lllnrrad
iJrady Confntm That I HurlTlie
The announcement sent out from thicWigwam
Wigwam that Big Tim Sullivan would specat
at the ratification meeting of the Thhdistrict
district Tammany Democrats in MinerBowery
Boer Theatre last night served to dl
every voter In tho district except TimothD
Tims native modestagain
D Sullivan Big molttyagain
and ho allowethe
again acted imperatively alowe
the rest of the Sullivan to represent tinhead
head of the clanThere
There was Little Tim who was chairman
man of the meeting Fiorrlo and ChrlSullivan
Sullivan but the vacant chair for the chitup
up in the front row of tho platform wareverently
reverently left vacant Rig Tims numWUH
WUH mentioned more than once and vocllorouH
orouH applause emphasized every sueoccasion
Burke Cockrun was the chief orator oIthe
the evening whose duty it WM to set rlghnny
any misapprehension as to how Big Tlmsdistrc
district would go on Tuesday He uaUthat
that he spoke for Tim and what he haito
to say was to Im taken as from the moutlof
of Tim himselfIt
I is eminently fitting that we nliouliclose
close this campaign here in the heart olthe
tho Third district Bald Mr Cockran In
delivering the message of the chief because
cause her the strain Jios been greatcson
on party loyalty I have heard many saythroughout
throughout the city that the weakest spoin
in Tammany won right here in Timothy flSullIvans
Stilllvan district because of the resentment
ment said to have been felt by certalileaders
leaders in thin districtRut
MRul I tell you and I know that I rtpre
sent Timothy D Sullivan when I say Itthat
that a I Democrat who in not strong enougrto
to rise abovo the dictates of personal feellnjand
and petty resentment in a tlmo of criulcould
could not be leader of I great district asMr
Mr Sullivan is leader of this districtIcomoherotosay
Icomoherotosay that the Third clbitricis
is going to support the whole of the Demo
cratlc ticket from top to bottom on Tuesdaand
and Timoth D Sullivan If he hal anypower
power over your minds all over yotuballots
ballots is going to see to it that the greatestmajority
majority for Tammany that has ever beetrolled
rolled up In this district will bo the renil1of
of your balloting on TuesdayTonight
Tonight your district leader asks nol hi5g
illp he Rives everything I am hero tonight
night to bear witwf in the impression hiiactions
actions have mode on tho Democracy
throughout the State Xo such unseltlslsacrifice
sacrifice has been made by uny Democratiiloader
loader throughout the present campulerns
ns that iniuie by your leader Timothy DSullivan
Little Tim nude I s I > eech in which he Mild1Wo
Wo pledge ourselves to work hard in theinterests
interests of th whole Democratic ticketWhen
When Senator Irady was shaking foiHearst
Hearst a voice in the gallery asked Howabout
about those picturesWell
Well I confess thai those cartoons MrHearst
Hearst printed of me did hurt and I cannotever
ever forgive them said irady hit thatfnot
not an issue at presentSenator
Senator Frawley hid a tita meeting intlie
the New Star Theatre 107th street andLexington
Lexington avenue Hero W Bourke Cockran
ran took for 1 text the Christian spiritHe
He said that personal abuse and vilification
tion were not in keeping with the Christianspirit
spirit Then ho tooK a whick at what h
termed to vicious press and Incidentallypoke
poke of th red headlines of the yellowpapers
papers that were attacking Mr HearstSenator
Senator Grady spent th greater part ofIlls
Ills speech appealing to the voters to puttheir
their cross under the star on election layHe
He was Interrupted many times by a ole
from the gallery which bellowed Voteunder
under the scaleICKKD
Hotel Men led Two Tries to lilentlfynorlhlemi
norlhlemi flirek KwlnrtlcrThe
The young man calling himself GeorgeTaller
Taller of IT Sixth avenue who was arrested
rested Saturday afternoon in the Hoteltarlborough
Marlborough charged with passing worthless
less checks was arraigned yesterday lieforotfagiitrate
Magistrate Walsh in tho Jefferson Marketlollco
polo curt
Wailer was brought to court by Detectives
iven While and McManus of the Tenderloin
lon station Clerics representing the AstorVictoria
Victoria Manhattan and Herald S uarelotels
hotels were 1n court to see if Waller washe
the man who had pad bad checks on themis
as well as on the MarlhoroughThe
The defendant was lined up in a corridorvithn
within dozen other men and the hotel clerksvere
were asked to pick out their man Withmanimlty
unanimity the clerks chose one man fromhe
the line but the man wasnt Waller Itvas
was Johnnie Norton a clerk for lawyertohlan
tohlan There wan a laugh at the clerksixpense
expense then ori a second inspection theyihose
chose WallerAll
All the check given to tho various hotelsrero
were drawn on the Lincoln Trust Companyiiit
iiit they born ninny names The Hoffmanlou
house cot n check for S3f drawn bv Walternmp
Camp president and payable to Rtlgarneiiu
Kent iiiitiiiii Vhnn WaltM ii iuKaKOKHU
was searched in addition to l Lincoln TrustCompany
Company clicck hook them was found uMird
I card bARring the name Fxlgnr K Amtnoujruenwnld
I jruenwnld Theatre Now Orleans A timeitamp
tamp on the hock of the card showedhat
that Ammon hud called upon Waller at theHoffman
Hoffman HouseTho
Tho Astor got a smell chock payable toB
F J Bannon Thers Is n well known mann
In Atlantaaof that name From thesonets
nets it appears that Waller may be frmIho
ho tim have beeninuhUt
Iho South although police hlenunuhle
inuhUt as yet to discover the real name ofho
I ho prisonerAt
At the Herald Square Hotel Walleravo
gave 1 check forS At thl arlborulhhe
he gave ono for SI 1400 signed ThomaHJonedlct
Benedict trustee The check hI gaveit
I at the Victoria was signed Emi F Camprustee
rustee I was for 13 II
I The total amount obtained on theseihecks
ihecks was about list The man wan uniformly
I orrnly successful in fooling the clorknlecaiiHC
lecaiiHC ho worked a new trick Instead
I of asking for the face value of the checkir
or any money at all ho would say to tholerk
lerk Heres n check for HO much Putr
< through and credit it to my accountorhapfl
Perhaps twelve hours later he would saunter
in and remark that hewiw short of changeisking
isking for s 5 or Sto The clerk never hadmy
any hesitation In advancing tho monoyWallerhad
Wallerhad nothing to say when arraignedle
He took his arrest coolly and laughed A
heartily at any one over the allure of theJerks
Jerks to pick him from tho line of menilaglatrato
I ilaglatrato Barlow held him in 1000 andet
rt the examination for today
fer t L h M f
r f
j Stylish Overcoats ready to wekr 18 to 60 garmentsthat
that have been produced after months of careful planningskillful
I skillful alterations which we never evade give assuranceof
of complete satisfaction
I iiors urciiKS is < OIG TO JI
He Started Out Yesterday en a llounc toloUt
loUt Queat of Vein Disturbing Sunday
lay Naps and Kltnlng Ilablm Then II
Met District Captain and Said ThinsTom
Tom flock candidate ror the SenatIn
I theVouneenth district the jobyeHlenlay
In the olrlnlh IUltric was on jcyesterday
yesterday morning making a hones tohou
house canvasHe
He called so early that at many placehis
his constituents were not out of bedOld
Old Tin Horn Dollar Ciaa Grady ia bouto
to a frazzle said the candidate to a rprtI
porter after the trip Hed better kithimself
himself goodby because no ono else wllIrady
dont stand show thansuowflake
Irady any more fbow Ituow
I snowflake in JulyAll
All day long RockV headquarters at then
Republican Club of the Sixteenth Aseuibly
I bly district 137 East Fortyninth atreewas
I was filled with workers making nctivpreparations
preparations for the campaign wlndupA
A mooting was called of the captainand
laud watchers for final Instructions buIlock
Rock was so busy jollying parents and kissing
I Ing babies in the neighborhood thud hoddnt
didnt get here until shortly before 6 oclockA
A battery of newspaper camerat awattehihiti
him on the sloop of the clubhomseIts
Its Sunday boys and we dont want tubreak
break the Sabbath but Tom says If youllbe
be nice and quiet hell give you a littfmissionary
missionary talk Mid the chairman insidewhen
when he could make himself htar
Boy hold Rock if you havent anyother
other engagements for Thursday nightcome
come round here Wore going lo have 1wako
wako for Pewter Dollar Grady with candlefor
I for Pink Pill Willie Murpli and Fingy on I heI
Hide Laughter Your part in the test ivities
I ties is to ge your cople out lo vote earlyIf
If WI didnt have the fakirs on the rutdo
do you HipK > Ke liiat Pink Pill Willie nnGas <
Gas Grady would have hiked up her lasnight
night nnd made aspeeoh right under mjvery
very window toe Buchanan was al1
there He hud tho nerve to percUt in nuyinfHearst
Hearst made inc Why I was in the Henrjreorgo
George movement in 8 when hearst I
Hrje cradle getting his Ilrst view of theChinks
Chinks sprouting mol Buchanan nlscstid
Mid 1 was a professional laboring manHim
Him A fellow that makes his living working
big for Willies patent medicine sheetsILauKhter
I ILauKhter Anyway what right hasfinichanan
Buchanan to butt In1 He hasnt ovenvote 1
I vote his residence is In New Jersey Whattmion
union does ho belong toNot
Not Pavers No 1 cried onf auditorRight
Right you ore Ho sweerens up tinlabor
labor column of the Pink Pill Iournal witlHtigar
Htigar tickles you under the chin witlone
one hanoi and reaches back to little WilIUfor
for his dough with the other He worksbut
but ho aint a laboring man CheersIn
In conclusion boys the situation forlie
i us looks rosy as a red apple Hearst II
so itchy over it that ho dermis about lke
a crazy little ant Laughter Hes eveiforgotten
forgotten t be silly like the day he callctMr
Mr Hughes an animated feather dusterTherell
Therell hei some dunlin done all righlafter
I after election day but Mr Hughes wilbo
b In charge of the business end of tinduster
I duster Orady and Murphy will b wnftetiuack
skywanl on I cloud of gas hearst wi
I quack along n couple of days howling fora
a recount and then replenish his red fr
supply for the next national l moratccnveton
conveitlon Fingy will simply spluttersizzle
sizzle and go out That will b tho cncof
I of the sideshow freakc because boysHttghoe
I Hitches is going to b elected CheersAnd
I And so are you Tommy old boy scare
are you cried a man behind a white clajpipe
pipe in tho rear of the hallKILLED
Janitor Xelll Falls Thirty Feet to lloltpnof
I of Coal PitThe
i The service at St Michaels Roman Cathlio
> lio Church Fortysecond street and Fourtlivenuc
ivenuc Brooklyn had just begun aboui
i I oclock last night when Father JameiSmith
Smith who was assisting the Rev FatheHcOuirlthe
HcOuirlthe rectorheard the hiss of steepIng
ng steam in the roar of tho church thaold
old of the bursting of a steam pipe Collng
I I ng ono of tho acolytes Father Smith tokhim
him to inform the janitor Oeorge Xelllat
of the accident and have him turn off thsteam <
I steam in the furnace thus checking thlek <
lek The acolyte noticed when ho gave themesaage
message to Xeill in tho choir Iao Just
1 mlttg the church that the janitor nacipparontly
apparently been drinking Neill took thetnewage
I tnewage anti went offFather
I Iltng Smith waited for the hteding tctop
slop I was disturbing the large congrogailon
lion and nn the church Is one of the largest
In Brooklyn the rector anti choir had nilhey
hey could do to make themselves heardibove
above the noise Finally Father SmithIctermlncd
Ictermlncd to welt no longer and went
I himself to turn the Hleam off He saw nougn
I sign of the janitor anywhere until afterlaving
laving remedied the trouble ho was returnIng
Ing beside the coal pit the floor of whichi
the floor of the boilor room Witliho
> i > ens on III foor thl holr rom
tbti noise from the furnooe stopped he couldtear
hear low groans from tho pit Ho went innd
I nnti stumbled over the half dear body of theauitor
I Janitor Neill wee just conscious Thaithletlo
ithletlo priest pulled him out Into thoIghted
lighted space before the furnaco nnd sawhat
hat ho was in a critical shape ltlioutnoro
more delay he knelt down and administeredixtrumc
extreme unctionThen
Then going back to the church he quietlyrnbulanoe
dtlpalclld a mr lnlr 10 tltphone far anrimobtilanes
Tlw coal pit is thirty feet deep having twooorxat
oorxat the top which open on the sidewalkshere
whiens the cal in shoveled In A long flight
iii steps loads up to ole of thesodoors Thetlier
I other one was found open Father Smithnd
I and his assistants made up their mind thatell
ell Intended t make his way from uliovey
hy this route t the basement of the churchlinking
linking that he was owning the doorlading
lading to tho stairs ho really opened tlwthor
thor one In tho dork ho stepped off Intopncw
spore bringing up on the floor of the pithirty
thirty feet belowDrOuumuard
DrOuumuard in charge of the ambulanceaid
aid that Xeill had fractured hU skullrokon
rokon his right am and su tained Internalijurles
Injuries Ho WR taken to the hrnpitnlrfth
with not one chunco out of a hUldrfc ofving
I ving He won 12 yearn old nnd lived ntDft
140 Thirtyninth street Brooklyn Hoiavm
I iavm I wldw and onl 01 The OJI111
ton knew nothing of tho artMen nuUl thnervlcw
I ervlcw WMI overAbitiloiiril
I Abitiloiiril Aulonin lle rniirtAn
An apparently abandoned nutomobiieumlxjrod
umlxjrod 01427 K Y won found on thomboy
AmlIY 101 near Richmond yesterdayntrolnmn
Patrolman Campl > oll took It In charge Ittoorl
toot beside tIe road from early In tholorning
morning until last vetting The holdorf
r the license npixmn to bo borg Irving
of 031 Lexington awnuoHMAHII
Knoll at I Pl in Square Hotel I WATCHKIIfor
To ncure flit and honed count furUSBOIHKI
IsIofa4u9 llepon at Union uluIre Haiti Judlcltrr Norn
1 have everything neededfor
for the office in the way ofmodern
modem serviceable furnitureHave
Have youYou
You are invited to inspectmy
my stockCHARLES
Office Furniture
275 CanaISt Door East of BwayTelephone
Telephone 1299 SpringTltlKIt
Machine That or Senator IrellnsliujiifrAuthor
Author or Jrney Speed lavtyoMEnvittiz
tyoMEnvittiz X J Nov tFour mein
in a big red automobile attempted late thllateroon
afternoon K it is said to wreck the autcmobile
mobile owned by Senator Joseph S Frellnhuyscn
huyscn thn author of the stringent allombie
mobile law on a country road near Millstone
stone Senator Frellnghuysens big PIICml0hine
machine with an encloKcd top which 11wel IIn
well known by automobillsts on the roain
in thin section was speeding along atmoderate 1loterlte
moderate rate when the big red uulotnobilovertook
overtook It The Senator was not in itAt
At the sound of the horn Burras Yon Vleelthe
the driver of rUn hlyenl machinewent
went to one side of the road to allow the redmachie
machine to passAccording
According to Van Ylects statement instead
led di poking the rod automobile slowedown <
town and tee for Ith 1 rUn huYlenmalhlne
machine Leaning far out of their seatstwo
two of the men In the red automobilishowered
showered 1 volley of oaths at the occupantof
of Frullnghuyaenrt machine IUd then thred <
re automobile shot ahead and caught thifront
front wheels of the other machine with iiforce
force that nearly overturned itThe
The red automobile was HttUi damage
by the collision ant speeded away out ofsight
sight One ddo of Frelinghuywns machine
chine was badly damaged hit it was not
entirely disabled and was run to tho Senutors I
tors residence here tonightSeated
Seated in the automobile at the time ofliii
the collision were Senator Frelingljuysen1brotherinlaw
brotherinlaw and sinter Mr and MrWilliam
William C Kouthwlck They were terrified
by the occurrence In the excitement foilowing
lowing the collision the occupants failed tonotlee
notice the number of the red automobiliImfore
before it disappeared in a cloud of dustTho I
The red automobile with Its four occupantipassed
passed through this town about dunk athigh
pA speed and went In the direction ofNewark
Senator Frclingliuy IK very indignantover
over the affair tonight nnd is making evereffort
effort to capture the offenders StatAutomobile < I
Automobile Inspector George Thompwiiof
of this place has Martod in pursuit of the red i
automobile and a description of the machineand Iant
and the offenders hat lieen telephoned tctho IthE
thE authorities of towns and cities betwcerthis
this place and New YorkWATCH I
WATCH a tOlt CAtt STItlKK HOWSfollce IloIN
loIN liuy llovlnR On lime CrowdWho
Who Hoped to See a IlKlit
Following the shooting on Saturdaynight
night of Gilt fjaiube one of the sot rikingdrivers
drivers of the Yew York TransportationCompany
Company crowd of excitement loversgathered
gathered in front of the companys garageat Iat
at Eighth avenue and Fortyninth streetyesterday
yesterday to race after each nuto car inthe
the hop that something would happenThe
The crowds became so great unr theafternoon
afternoon that the police cleared the sidewalks
walks near tho buildingPolice
Police from various stations iwentyfivepatrolmen
patrolmen and fifteen or twenty bicyclepolicemen
policemen to accomoany tho different carsaround
around the city patrolled the streets aboutthe
the garage and were placed a intervalsalong
along the crow streets leading out to Broadway
way They did not have much to do as theattendant
attendant bicycle cons detectives andspecials
specials that accompanied each car seemedto
to cost n damper on the riotersIn I
In the vicinity the Lackawanna ferryat
at the foot of Wext Twentysecond streetnt
nt the other ferries and occasionally ntSherrys
Sherrys restaurant in Fifth avenue wengrup
grou > s of pickets bent on trouble Cabdrivers
drivel at thee points seemed to be insympathy
sympathy with tho striker and gave whataid
aid they couldWord
Word came t General SuperintendentClarke IClarke
Clarke about 330 in the afternoon Mintthere Ither
there was trouble at tho foot of We tTwentr
Twentr ecoud street Clarke accompanied
panted by Foreman OHalloran and Patrolman
man Brennan climbed into n touring carand
and zipped down t the ferryhouse butlearned
learned there that the nearest approachto
to trouble was thu gathering of a group orabout
about a half dozen pickets The five carsbelonging
belonging to the company at tho ferrywere Iere
were taken away to avoid trouble They I
had had less than live faros among themduring
during the day where ordinarily theywould
would have had ISO or 10r
Spepial Policemen J J Devin Thtirlow
8r titers Loznro Lena and WarrenLoatherman
Loatherman were arraigned before Magistrate
trate Mayo in tho West Side court earlierIn
In theday together with the threo strikersarrested
arrested after the rioting anti shooting onKitilth
Kitilth avenue nt Thirtieth street on HoturI
day night The strikers charged withfelonious
felonious wounding are Thomas Halpr
W H Dcl nidpraml Max Ouffcntlam JohnF
F Mcintyre attorney for tho New YorkTransportation
Transportation Company nnpeared forthe
the companys policemen The arraignment
I ment wan technical only Supt Ixithrop
I of Roosevelt Hospital reported that I amhewan
wan seriously Injured by a bullet woundIn I
In the throat but was expected to recoverPending
Pending the result of thai mans injuries thithree
three strikers were held for a hearing onTueadav
Tuesday The four sneclal polrcemen weroivlaascd
ivlaascd on Slnoo bailOnly I
Only one striker was arrested yesterdav
I D J Sullivan was seen about the garagoind
f and was gathered In by thn xilice wholave
I have had a warrant ever since the striknegan
I > egan charging Sullivan vlth Intimidation
ion lIe wan locked up in the West Fortyajventh
seventh street police station and later reo
I IAWfd on r 00 ball h Morjltrnte MayoPresident
President Meade said that cms of thonew
new men turned up at the garage yesterday
I day morning wearing a black eye and batorwl Itered
orwl faro which he had Rot from thotriker
striker the night before while on hi > 4 waylent
home rho OIln whioss name the prosdent llent
lent refused to give got on an hiehllipsw
aenue car going north 011 Hallfllay infillnd
and was seen by smite of the strikers whoIso
also boarded tho car On the way up townthe
the Htrikere trlod to influence the man tolillt
lillt work but were unsuccessful Whenle I
he got off the car nt Ninetieth street tlwtrikero
strikers knocked him down and kickedilni
him on too head and then ItellI
Another of the new men started for tlielevatcd jelOY41cd
I elevated railway station at Eighth avenueml
and Fiftythird street on Saturday nightnd
I and was attacked bv strileer nt the foot oftin
i I tin station steps Thn man was so badlyleatun
beaten that he hod to crawl up to the Htnion
ion platform The ticket chopper putiim
iim aboard n southbound train and thernii
rem wiya lii docs not remember unvthlnimtil
mtil he revived some tmne later and foundim
hm1f down at the Mouth berry stationlilraico
lilraico rulillrr UtTering to the IopnCIIIIAIIO
CIIIIAIIO Nov 4 Chicago Cnthollo laymen
mon in response to nn appeal from thollrectorHgenoral
llrectorHgenoral nt the VAllnnn observaory
tory the Rev Dr John O Hagon H Jfill
will present tie their jubilee offering to tho
V po on the occiulon of thin colden jubllexif
of his ordination December 18 boa oborvatory
I orvatory Instruments of American menu
ncture valued at 15000 P H ODonnellthe
the WI4 II known Chicago attorney bait Iwnfllngateti
fllngateti by the director of the pap1tob8trvatory
J observatory to Uko charge of tho undnd
and purchase the required Instrument
rOV AS A MENACKCtironlcle
Ctironlcle Call the President Intelventton
ventton a Darin innovation In Amerpan
pan Politic Rooti Speech a Tnmendoui
mendoui Indlctnieiil TImES SaySpecial
Special Cable Dtipfiteh to Tax J > cjIX
IX > NDOX Nov 5 Saveral of the niornirpapers
papers devote editorials to tomorrowelection
election in New York Dealing 1lywith
with the articles two featured stand outOne
Ono is flies feeling thnt Mr Hearst1election
election would be a menace to the sooiiand
and political fabric of America The other
is the tremendous feet President ROOMveltn
veltn indictment of Mr hearst througSecretary
Secretary Root baa had on the minds ofouWde
outside oDHcrversTho
The Time describes Mr Hearst asfIrst therIt
first man of great wealth who has deliberately
erately and systematically lavished it InIln
an effort to attain political power by thehelp
help of the nntlsocnl proletariat in amcdorn
mcdorn democratic community It further
ther eayH that Mr Hearst is only a wealthdemagogue
demagogue who ban hazarded bin wealtlwith
with full consciousness that success iiithe
the movement ho is promoting wbulimean
mean not only the overthrow of politicoInstitutions
Institutions but tile destruction of thisocial
social system under which alone his wealtlwas
was accumulated In tho pastAfter
After detailing the salient points in MrRoots
Roots speech the Time says It is a tremendous
mendous indictment It odds that it Isnot
not for outsiders to pronounce upon itstruth
truth or untruth but it points out that Ruclan
an attack by n statwinan of Pre ldentRooReeltA
Rooseveltn sagacity and intimate knowledge
edge of his own countrymen in a xlgnillcant
nillcant tribute to Mr Hearsts powerconcerning
concerning which the momentous point isthat
that it wa < 4 acquired by now moans that isby
by the use of his wealth in controlling aseries
series of newspaper of wide circulationswhich
which are devoted to the purpose of enlisting
ing the proletariat on the Hide of the millionaire
ionaire who owns them by pandering toant
antisocial prejudice and passlonnThe
The Chronicle deocribeH President Roosevelts
volts intervention ns a daring innovatiorin
in American politics It speaks of MrHearst
Hearst as dishonest politically un cnipuloun
loun journalirttlcjilly nnd with a moralcharacter
character that Is not above reproach buta
aI courageous and daring It adds thattho ithl
the entrance of a man of Mr Hearstscharacter
character and methods Into public officewould
would revolutionize American political lifeThe
The Trltpraph speaks of the Hearst paperas
as forming the most dangerous and debasetype
type of Journalism hitherto Invented Itdeclares
declares that President Roosevelt woulrinever
never have ventured upon such a step 111dlroctlnK
directing Secretary Root to speak as he dieunless
unless ho felt that the highest Interests ofthe
the country demanded Mr Hearsts defeat
It says in conclusion that in this electiorardlnary
ordinary rules do not apply PresidentKooeevelt
Roosevelt holds Mr Hearst up to publicocration
execration much as Cicero attacked Cutaline
lineC aC
lent Ion or HU Name Stirs No FulliuslasiiIn
In the fnlon lienThere
There was a lull in the political fever atthe
the meeting of the Central Federated Uniotostcrday
yesterday The name of Hearst wax mentioned
tioned in communications several timesUt
hilt never caused a ripple A letter wasead
read from the Whitestone Association ollarble
larble Polishers announcing that it Iiadloused
loused the following resolutionThat
That wo heartily indorse the championif
of labor and the enemy of the trustsAV IIiearet
hearst as candidate for Governor andiledge
pledge ourselves to do nil in our power forils
bite electionThere
There waR a pause after this was radut
but no outbreak The chairman Jameslolland
holland of the Eccentric Firemans Union7ho
who presided and who spoke at ono of thelearst
learst meetings directed that the lattere
he placed on file Xo action was taken
nn it A resolution of the Webb PressmensJnlon
Union Indorsing Mr Hearst for Governorfas
was read there being the same lack ofinterest
Toward the close of the meeting a longcommunication
communication was read which seemed too
bA an effort to justify the proceedings byvhlch
which the labor men were thrown off theIcket
ticket of the Independence League Thelommunlcation
communication went in detail into theotirt
otirt proceedings taking up case afteraw
Tho communication was signed by Edward
ward Oavigan who said that he had beenetained
retained to make the investigation whichms
ms impartialTho
The reading of this communication wast
a surprise to most of tho delegates Onestoked
asked Where did that communicationrnanato
emanate fromDelegate
Delegate Curtis of the Rock DrillersJnion
Union said that a committee from thoiullding
iullding Trades section had gone to Mr
hearst to see about an investigation Theyiw
iw Mr Oarvalho who told them that Mr
Heat would pay nil the expenses of the
investigation including tho lawyers fee
On that basis they hired the lawyer anti
Jr Hearstpaid the b 11The
The committee appointJ hy tho Centralederated
ederated Union about a month ago toivcstigato
ivcstigato the charges mi u by both
learnt and antiHearst dele tes thntraft
raft had been received by delegates inonnection
connection with the present campaign madereport
a report of progress Chairman Bohn ofIhe
Ihe committee mikl that he had hoped tolake
lake n report before the election but thatwas
It was hard to get delegates to come forward
ward with proofs of their ulletatlon
WIll IIEv11JICE Iti FOIl hUGhEShateter
ihatevrr Appeal to the Jood Illen Appeal
peal to the Uood JewHenry
Henry Rice president of tho Unitedlebrew
lebrew Charities In making it knoweatenHv
eatenHv tint IIJ iutenJoi to vote fo
harles E HuuheH saidI
I firmly believe that the common sennf
of thin people will prevail cant that Mr
lughes will bo elected hy a large pluralityiver
Dyer Mr HearstMr
Mr Hearst has undertaken to array
Ihe masses against thin clause I reirarcitim
him as n dangerous man and an altogetherndeslrublo
ndeslrublo man for tIm Oovemorship ofits
IhlM State I think that efforts to arouseass
lass hatred should always lx nwntedhe
Thl only issues that ever appeal to me are
tho issues of good citizenship It has 1 iconly
my observation that whatever appeals tothO
thO good citizen appeals to the good JewIlaliul
Ilaliul Talk to Y M C ADr
Dr Stephen H Wise for the last six yearnibbi
ibbi of Congreiratlon Beth Israel Portlandre
011 and Child Labor Commissioner ofregon
regon spoke yesterday afternoon at theiens
iens meeting of the West Side Y M C Apio
I2OWest Iftycvtllth street Dr Wb1Ipio
1Ipio was Do or Die Vornw loxt antie
I le
Ash YourFriend I
Friendhow I
how Coffee treats himYou
You can gather some fiiotHThere
There a Reaion forPOSTUM
More workBetter
Better workOn
On Hale DesksHALE
15 STONE ST next Produce ExchangeLACKAWAXXA
Settlement With KnKlneeri PracticallyAMured
ScniNTOK Pa Nov 4 General SUperintcndent
Intendent Clarke of the Lackawanna roadreturned
returned from New York hate last nightwhere
where ho bad boon nearly all the week inconferenco
conferenco with President True dale overthe
the demands of the engineers and switchmen
men Mr Clarke this afternoon said the engineers
nests had laid their requests for a generaadvance
advance before President TruesdaTe andthe
the matter was now in his hands An earlvand
and a satisfactory adjustment was nntlcipated
pated in fact Mr Clarke intimated that theparties
parties in interest had about reached asettlement
Mr Clarke was more reticent in discUKsIng
cUKsIng his dealings with the switchmenwhose
whose grievance committee is Still hereand
and would not say whether ho would meetthem
them tomorrowr
r D O you knowtha
that ouryoung
1gj young mens department
ILIJI partment is separate
w arate and distinctfrom
4 from the othersAll
All the fabrics arei
i specially chosenthe
the models specially
daily designedWe
We have justreduced
produced a newack
Sack Coat for theyoung
young manIt
It is perfectlystraight
straight front almostto
to the bottom thenthe
the corners roundsuddenly
suddenly away TheESTAB
ESTAB effect Is smartLISHEO
IUITA Suits 35 inches toccNnw
ccNnw 40 inches chestASTOR
PRICES at the Tiffany
I Studios are not bightBecause
Because this organizationof
of artists and artizans asconducted
conducted systematically
cally it enjoys a steady
demand for its uniqueproductions
productions This enables
ables the selling of themat
at prices but slightly
higher than those ofgoods
goods produced by ordinary
nary manufacturingprocesses
Madison Avenue and
Fortyfifth StreetDIED
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mr of I learhuncnini
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II1OCHOX Urlc llroction wife of J J niOrlmOon
on VovctnlxT 4Iunoral
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lark Ikrscn county N J Tuesday Novcnrn
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late Itcv Vllllam lUwlcj H H rector vSt
St Julur Church Vo hlnloD D C InTllh a74th
Tllh year of Inrr agerunrrnf
runrrnf service at Cirlst Clench throb Xon
on Alonilay November L at II oclockIIASK
IIASK SiKtilrnly al tier home Yonkers N vSaturday
Saturday Nov 3 llWfl Mary A W CbinwkldW
wkldW of George II ceaseFuneral
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trry naltlmore Xltl on Tuesday aftrrnwnat
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vrmber 3 frank Lurdua In too Wlh year aMt fIii
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Iuneral servIces at 27 tithes at Eltzobetb sJ
J Monday evening November S nt A oclcrIntermrut
Intermrut private Chtcntu and Droolvnp
papers pleax copyIBTrilAUOn
IBTrilAUOn Sunday Nov 4 IliOd at New t ntoily
oily ien John II Kctchinu In the 71th j < icof
of iii miIlinrrnl
Ilinrrnl wrvlrrH will lie held al tloirr lla aC
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