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ERIE STRIKE SEEMS LIKELYflTIMEXT
flTIMEXT ALMOST UXAXIMOISStlS
StlS FIREMEXS CHIEFCJilff
CJilff lUnnahun Han Ilttle Doubt ThatIhe
Ihe Ioln Now IlelnK Taken Will Suithin
lain Committee Fniclnem Brothermind
mind Will Not Strike In Sympathyira
< ira < l Chief Hannahan of the Brotherhern
hern or Locomotive Firemen received nntitri
ntitri or of despatches yesterday fromrfippriMit
rfippriMit points along the Erie systemnm
nm fy in him that the various divisionshad
had I enun lo take the vote on the questionof
of i airikeAI
AI rho Broadway Central Hotel last nightI
> I flint from the sentiment expreswda
a < < neiid of thl linnhn was quite confidentthn
thn i he vote would lie almost unanimousfor
for o strike Regarding the other divisionsho
ho said he had reason to believe that then
nf would lie overwhelmingly In favorof
of Hfflnins thr > committee in its demandsIf
If i not usual he continued to makepnili
pnili > f in advance when a poll is to be takenn
in fie question or a strike WI think llonly >
only right however that shippers andother
other whosn Interests wquld b affectedihmild
ihmild know so that they may be preparexlin
in tae a strike has 1 < be ordered We nrorni I
rni looking for trouble and have dono ourht
ht > > t to gain our demands amicably Astrike I
strike would bn the last thing we wouldthink
funk of until It is forced on ushiof
t hiof Hnnnahan made the announcementthct
thct committees of the trainmen1 and firemen
men are in Pittsburg to make demands onthe
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company affecting
ing its lined west of Pittsburg He saidthat
that hP had sent a representative of thegrand
grand lodge to Pittsburg to take charge ofMfTnir
fair there and a representative of theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen had atsaLun
tirpn sent thereIt
It was said last night that the marineengineers
engineers on the ferryboats and tugboatsof
of the Erie Railroad Company have decided
flied to make their demand for an advanceof
of > 0 a month A committee will cal
on the marine department of the companythis
this week with the demandsAccording
According to members of the firemenscommittee
of the Erie railroad the
committee ralroa wagesot
ot the men on the Erie lines were reducedin
in 177 and they have not been raised sinceto
to th point from which they were redufcedChief
Chief Hannnhnn had talks with th committee
infuse during the day and will remain hereuntil
until to poll is completed He may remainhere
here until th end of th weekThe
The adjustment committees of the different
ferent branches of service on the railroadsiret
In the Central Hotel lerra
iret th Broadway yesterday
day and mae preparations Grand ChiefKtnnn
Ktnnn and Assistant Chief Hurley of theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of locomotive Engineers attended
tended a meeting of th adjwtment committees
mittees of the New York Central and theNew
New Haven railroads in the BroadwayCentral
Central Hotel in the afternoon Attar th
iretlng Mr Hurley saidWe
We have been arranging for a now agre
ment on toe roads Involving a hortr
work day and an increase of pay Wewant
want both but we are not looking for anytrouble
trouble The men I may say on all tholines
lines want and are entitled t a raise inwages
wages in view of the general tendency t
rniM wages all over the countryMr
Mr Hurly 8 asked if In case thestrike
strike of the firemen on the Erie railroadw
into effect the would bewilling
sent Int elet engineers b
willing to work with nonunion firemenWe
We have a contract he said with thecompany
company or at least the engineers of thecompany
company have a contract and they willlive
live up t I The brotherhood is workingwith
with nonunion men now and han alwaysdone
done so but they must get union wage
We would like of course to get on manyas
as possible Into the union but there orenone
none men that wo would not take InHe
He raid that the engineers on the Erieirrefppctlve
Irrespective of the engner would sendtheir
their adjustment committee to the Erieofficials
officials He admitted that if the firemendecided
decided on a strike the 70 and odd firemen
had been to be engineers
men who ben promoted b enIntN
gineers and still held firemens cards wouldjoin
join in the strikeIt
It was learned that the time given forthe
the granting of the demands of the menon
on fortyseven railroads running Into Chicago
cago from the West had expired yesterday
day By the rules of tho brotherhoods therailroads
railroads have however thirty day moreIn
In which to grant the demands or come toa
a settlement before a strike Is orderedThe
The members of the engineers committees
mittees at the Broadway Central seemedInclined
Inclined last evening to the idea that 1
wttlement could b reached without astrike
strike A member of the board of adjustment
ment of the New York Central engineersMid
Mid that the engineers wore just as conservative
servative now as they were when the lateP
P < 1 Arthur TIM the grand chief of thobrotherhood
brotherhoodWhile
While dome of the men want more than
10 per cent increase he said I believethat
that if the companies all around granteda
a flat Increase of 10 per cent to all branches
of the services the men will b satisfiedThey
They are entitled to an Increase of waR
and even the railroad companies wouldturely
turely b willing to admit thissirirrifwEvs
sirirrifwEvs WAGES iETTI lnanrld
i
RillrnKU and ml on Agree lpon a 10111
Cent an Hour AdvanceCniCAoo I
CniCAoo Nov 11The railroad centring
trin in Chicago yesterday granted an a
Vftncn of 4 cents an hour to switchmenThe
The brotherhood accepted the compromiseand Iand
and waived Its demands for an eight hourday
day and an advance of I cents an hour Therailroads trirtrfl
railroads offered centsan
rirtrfl had previously oler fl ont
an hour and arbitration upon tho additionalZ
2 rms Thin offer the trainmen refusednd
anrl in conference yesterday got a Oat
tilfmrnt on a 4 cents an hour advanceP
P 1 Morrissey chief of the Brotherhoodf
cf Trainmen who mae the settlementth
with the railroads here left last night forKansas I
Kansas nty where he will meet the trainmen
men other than switchmen t formulatetheir ItJplr
their demands for increased wagon 9nd j
Sorter hourhtrr jW
htrr From the Jordan Coining Herrpttt
prVd Clbll Dnptttti to Tas MtTSRCAIEM
RKAiEM Nov 11The frt shlpmontof
of Water from the River Jordan whichto
I to Ko Hold for baptismal purposes starteJ
for ew York last Friday
grams The consignment weighs 31000 kilograms
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HETTY OltEEX OX POLITICSSays
Says Women iimte Mo Head for KurilThlngi
Thlngi Belter Off Looking After the HomeBOSTON
BOSTON Nov 11Mra Hetty Green whois
is making her residence here has been Interviewed
terviewedWhat
What do you think of the New Yorkelection
election asked the reporterI <
I dont think anything I havent gottime
time lo bother my head about such thingsWhy
Why should I waste my time Time Uvaluable
valuableWell
then Well whats your opinion of Hearstthen
tlpn
tlpnlearsl I dont know anything abouthim
him and I dont want to know anything
What about HughesThe
The people have doubtless chosen theGovernor
Governor they wanted and thats
Ioveror thlY thatl enoughisnt
isnt I Why should I waste my timebothering
bothering about itWhat
What do you think of MoranMonin
Moran Morn 1 never heard of himtill
till the other ray How can I think any
thing about Moran Women havent any
head for such things A woman ought tostay
stay at homo and look after the houseThe
The happiest woman is the one who sitsby
by thefiresideand says Yes dear to everystupid
stupid remark her husband makes Nowomen
women ought not to bother their poorheads
heads about politicsI
I think women ought to have the rightto
to vote but they wont let us and I submitIm
Im a Quaker you know and I believe inkeeping
keeping the Ten Commandments and thngolden
golden ruleOnce
Once friend came to me and said awoman
woman needed SO badly and I oughtto
to lend I and God would repay me Iwould
would get my reward In HeavenUid
oVid you lend the UO
Well lid Mrs Green she got It fromsome
some charitable personSrVlMV
SrVlMV I Lilt KILL KAltESir
Ur lluchM and this others Kepi IndoorsMont
Mont of tile nay a I Wai SnowlnicRAQtiKTTK
RAQtiKTTK LAKK N Y Nov llThiBbeing
being Sunday It was most religiously observed
served at Karnp Kill Kare I snowed allday
day lung and it IH still snowing this eveningIn
In obedience t the day and because of thostorm
storm thero was little or no activity dlsplayinl
played and most < of the party remainedby
by the log fireside In the casino readingweok
weok old newspapers unc discussing current
rent topics but not touching on or appertaining
taming to politics Consrtinently not 1
doer chased beir aroused birddisturbed
rlr win 1 arl1 or H hirr
disturbedBut iBlt
But tomorrow will lie a day of discontentfor
for the game in this part of the Adirondacksfor
for every ono is going out with 1 Kin in thehopo I
hop of changing Ihe menu from eggsbacon
bacon pork and chicken tq venison andpartridge
partridge This L hunting weather r I
marked Supt MoSweeney at nightfalland Iand
and being a man of his word I 1 ospectedho
ho will male good his promise of doing somefine Ifne
fine work with his rifle Mr Hughes thisafternoon
afternoon took a stroll of several milesthrough
through the woodsAXOTHEit
AXOTHEit AlTO STRIKE tRnR TIp
Special Policeman lilame one of theDrivers
Drivers for the SnoollnRJames <
James Young a driver znyears ofii of
301 est KiftyHrvt street was arraignedbefore
before Magistrate Steinert yesterdaymorning
morning in the West Side police cur
charged with Inciting riot malicious mischief
chief and felonious assault Laznre Loriaa
a special policeman in the employ of theVew
sew York Transportation Company wagthe
the complainantThe
The prisoner was held for trial on eachcharge
charge and the total amount of bail fixedat
at ItiOOO In lion of this Youug was remandt
manded to prisonYoung I
Young it is alleged was one of the
II aleKld wnl participants
ticipants in the auto strike riot at Thirtiethstreet
street and Eighth avenue a week ago lastnight
night Four special policemen amongthem
them Lena were attacked hy strikers whileriding
riding downtown on an Eighth avenue carA
A Her a mob or strikers had followed the carthrowing
throwing stones at I for more than halfa
a mile the men inside drew revolvers andstarted
started shootingTho
The special policemen and four strikerswere
were arrested The former were dllchargl
charged and the latter held for trial LoriaImplicated
Implicated Young in the affair and sworeout
out 1 warrant for his arrest After a weekssearch
search Policeman Trojan of the cur
quad found Young at a boarding houseIn
In Fiftyfirst street yesterday morningVAXDEItlllLT
VAXDEItlllLT STARERS REBUKEDFast
pastor o All Souls Bil more KcnrmThoteWho
Who ole tn One at Churchs HponiorABHBVIUR
IVaderbit
ABHBVIUR N C Nov 11 George WVanderbilt
Vanderbilt and hU family have sufferedmuch I
much annoyance while attending churchat 1at
at Biltmore from curious crowds of sightseers
seers The Rev Rodney Rush Swoperector
rector of Mr Vanderbilts All Souls Churchendowed
endowed and kept up by Mr Vanderbilttook
took occasion to correct this evil as wellas
as others from his pulpit at this morningservice
serviceDr
Dr Swope did not mince matters Therowere
were some things he was tired of and hedid
did not propose t tolerato them he saidFor I
For one thing he did not propose to bo annoyed
noyed by his congregation coming intochurch
church at all hours as they had boon doingAnother
Another was the sightseers Dr Swoposaid
said
saidI want you to understand that this I
outahouseot woreh IPMr
not a show place out a worhipMr
Mr Vanderbiltpays all the running expenses
penses of All Souls Church the preachershire
hire Ac and taken up the collection onSunday
Sunday mornings A special feature ismade
made of the m tslc There Is a largo paidchoir
choir maintained by Mr Vanderbilt andnn
an organ recital for half an hour followsthe
the sorvionThe
The church is small though very prettyHundreds
Hundreds of visitors to Ashovllle go toAll
All Souls every Sunday nnd the Vanderblltx
blltx are made the object of a curiouscrowd
crowd sights of spectatorssights who como te see theMAI i
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MAI COX TEST SIMSS SKTTrnnrtuire
Tennessee Republican Caniflifate to TakeKlerllon
Election lieiult lo Floor of 1111
MHMPHIH Tenn Nov it According tohis
friends there is little doubt that Candidate
his frlendl II litte t andJeate
didate J C R McColl will contest the reelection
election of Representative Sims before thoHouio
HouioThe
The Eighth district was once represented
sented by McCalls brother now I InltedBtuteH
BtuteH Judge und the present candidateran
ran Mr Rim no close 1 race ns to give thoRepublicans
Republicans ground for believing Mint 1
successful contest can he made before nRepublican
lloiisoThey
Republican 10110They
They lay that mnny errors In flouringthn
the ballots have hirsn discovered to saynothing
nothing of Abuses of electoral privilegeswrongfully
wrongfully allowed ly JudgesTry
Try finld A flack 1b1 I 3 Crown shrrr
r r only staadar4 leI trattUd I brod Ati
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GARFIELD TO CLEAN HOUSEEXPECTS
EXPECTS TO KEEP UP MR HITCHCOCKS
COCKS GOOD WORKBy
By neorganlzlnB Completely the ManyMurrain
Murrain of the Interior DepartmentA I
A lUg Machine Behind the TlmriCrlllclMii
CrlllclMii of the General Land OfficeWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 11The statement ismade
made on excellent authority that the advent
vent of Jnmes I Garfield of Ohio into th
office1 of Secretary of the Interior will befollowed
followed by a thorough overhauling ofbusiness
business methods and personnel in thevarious
various bureaus of that Department Secretary
tary of the Interior Hitchcock made uphis
his mind to retire from the Cabinet sometime
time ago Having got a good start In histireless
tireless work of pursuing and prosecutingland
land fer he had determined upon 1Jurgni7tlon
reorganization of his Department aboutthe
the time the Keep commission undertookIts
Its Investigation there by direction of thePresident
PresidentThe
The Keep commission In its report bearIng
log upon the Interior Department Informedthe
the President among other things thatthe
the General Land Office Is and has been foryears
years the worst mismanaged bureau Inthe
the fiovennnent service that Its systemof
of transacting business was many yearsbehind
behind the times and that It should be reorganized
organized from top to bottom both in theoffice
office in Washington and in the field Whilethe
the commission did not charge that Commissioner
missioner V A Richards was directly r
I pponsihle for the condition of affairs In hisbureau
bureau which represented the accumulatedgrowth
growth Incident to bad administration foryears
years It IH understood that it Intimatedthut
that Commissioner Richards had beenderelict
derelict in that he bad made no effort tocorrect
correct the mismanagement of land affairspalpably
palpably apparent to any one who had I
knowledge of theaffalrs of the bureauTho
Tho belief is expressed that a more alertadministration
administration of the General Land Officewould
would have made Impossible the fraudsperpetrated
perpetrated by the land grafters that Secretary
retary Hitchcock has been engaged in running
ning down for several months Howiiverthe
the Keep commission is understood tohave
have reported jhat Commissioner Richardswas
was no more to blame for the laxity of business
ness methods In the bureau than several orhl1
his predecessors I is known nevertheless
less that Commissioner Richardss resignation
nation was practically demanded and thatefforts
efforts made to save him by Senator Warren
ren of Wyoming were futileTho
is of theponderous
Tho Interior Department one
ponderous branches of the Federal Government
mont 1 disburses hundreds of millions ofdollars
dollars a year has an army of employeesand
and embraces some of the most importantbureaus
bureaus In the public service I is composed
posed of the Patent Office the PensionOffice
Office the Land Office the Indian Officethe
the Bureau of Education nnd Ihe Geological
cal Survey All of these bureaus will bethoroughly
thoroughly reorganized by Mr Gar cld
when he becomes Secretary of the InteriorIn
In March of next yearFootball
1it E7fbW nr51 ton i JFootbll
Football Hooter Administer First Irrft
uree to lolly Minnesota CordiCHICAGO
CHICAGO Nov 11The wildest nolnlcstcelebration
celebration of 1 football game ever seen inChicago
Chicago shook the downtown hotels lastnight
nightHats
Hats were smashed and furniture wasbroken
broken as usual and in addition one partyof
of Minnesota girls was spanked an enthusiastic
thusiastic party of young men taking thegirls
girls across their knees for the purposein
in the lobby of the Great Northern HotelEarly
Early in the evening twenty lnnllll
rooters took possession of the Great Northern
era lobby dining rooms nnd corridorsThey
They marched upstairs and down singingand
and shouting Encountering another partyof
of boys and girls from Minnesota the lenderof
of one side shouted Lets initiate tho girlsand
and added Girls it has been decided thateach
each of you b spankedThen
Then he seized 1 girl carefully hut
firmly placed her across his knee and gaveher
her n rousing spank then another anda
a thirdBy
By this time eachtboy had a girl acrosshis
his knees and amid laughter shrieks andscreams
screams from the girls and the uproarfrom
from the gathered guests the first degreewas
was givenThen
Then the girls attacked the boys and inmany
many instances administered R heartyreturn
had themselves
return for the initiation they
selves receivedAt
At the Annex hats were smashed andguests
guests were driven from the lobby by thepranks
pranks of the rootersSTOWAWAY
STOWAWAY WITH HOPESThat
That Theyll Let Him Land Here and Conllnue
llnue HU Medical NlurtlcfiA
A young Armenian with Urge bliokeyes
eyes and a straggling growth of darkwhiskers
whiskers surreptitiously boarded theFrench
French liner la Toursine at Havre onNovember
November 3 mingling with the
minglng steeragepassengers
passengers He was spotted a a stowaway
way when the purser rounded up the occupants
pants of the steerage Ho said that lie wasLeon
Leon Nigoghas medical student in theAmerican
American mission school at Yozgat andthat
that his aunt was the wife of Dr M GDadlrrian
Dadlrrian of this cityWhen
When the ship got into Quarantine heroyesterday
yesterday morning he was locked up in astateroom
stateroom with barred ports Last nighthe
he gave his real name Leon ShlshmanlnDr
Dr Dadlrrian said that was the name of oneof
of his wifes nephews who was a modloilstudent
student and that he would see today whathe
he could do for the young manAny
Any ship permitting a stowaway t escapeIs
Is liable to I fine of MOO so ShUhmanin willIw I
Iw locked In the stateroom until his case I
passed upon by the Government He saysho
ho upn hard to live in his native landand
and decided to come here and try his luckHA
HA had only money enough to take him toHavre
HavreHOY
HOY SHOT HY A COMPAXIOXSevera1
Severa1 Jails Were Shooting at a MarkNear
Near YonUersYONKERS
< YONKERS N Y Nov IlHarry Harmon
mono 1 years old of ice Ft 137th stroetNew
New York Is In St Jesephs Hospital witha
1 bullet In his side fleer the heirt Twoboy
I boy companions Fred Hoffman 15 yeirsold
oh of 212 Bruit Eightyeighth street andNew
Fred Vanelrh1le17 or 1M East 121th Itretef
< New York are locked up at Police Heidquartern
quartern t await the remIt of his InjuriesThe
The three boys with William VanderhldeKgecl
aged II came to Yonkers this morning altarmed
armed with rifles They went to an abandoned
doned quarry near St Josephs Seminaryand
and were shooting at a target In someway
which the dontundertanfl
way boys declare they
1 understand Htrmon was hit thor belowi
i the heart the bullet going through tounderstand
the back He la daDeroui wounded
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UFO HATE IUI AMEXtoMEXTSPresident
President mil Recommend larger Comniliilon
mission and Control of Trame AuorlatloniiCiuctao
Ciuctao Nov II President RoieveltIn
In his annual message to Congress nextmonth
month will recommend two amendmentsto
to the Interstate commerce lawHe
He will propose that the various railwaytraffic
traffic association whose standing beforetha
the law in now extremely dubious shall bolegalized
legalized and that at the name time theseshall
shall be shorn of most of their power by arequirement
requirement that all rates made by themmust
must be confirmed by the Interstate Commerce
merce CommissionThin
Thin would give the commission controlof
of the Initiating of most rates In additionto
to Its present power of changing themwhen
when after formal hearing It find themunfair
unfairThe
The second amendment will be one Increasing
creasing the number of members of thecommission
commission from seven to tenThe
The enormous amount of work which haspiled
piled up since the new rule law < went Intoeffect
effect has convinced the President andmembers
members ot the commiu iou that It Is notnumerically
numerically strong enough Informationregarding
regarding these proposed reforms a
brought to Chicago by men who had conferred
ferred with the President just before hisdeparture
departure for PanamaFROM
FROM TNI piiEsiDEXrs SHIPIVIrelrM
Wireless 1f11 Say hue rather It Finnanil
anil Everything Gluing wellWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov nTwo wirelesstelegraph
telegraph messages from the battleshipLouisiana
Louisiana on which the President andMrs
Mrs Roosevelt are being taken t theIsthmus
Isthmus of Panama were received her
today Both were picked up by the navalwireless
wireless telegraph station at Dry TortugaaFla
Fla and were sent by wireless to the Washington
ington Navy Yard The first was date
November 10 I was addressed t thecommandant
commandant of the Washington NavyYard
Yard and was signed by CIt Couden oftho
the Louisiana 1t wildAt
At 8 P M latitude 2827 longitude i
Weather fineTho
The second message was from 1 CLatta
Latta assistant secretary to the Presidentwho
who is the Louisiana and addressedto
il on lolillana W8 Iddrel1to
to William Loeb Jr < the secretary to thePresident
President It was taken by the Dry Tortugas
gas station at 4S8 oclock this morningIt
I readWeather
Weather excellent and everything goingwell
well Louisiana and convoy tlm WaahIngton
Ington and Iho Tennosseel steaming southward
ward in column President and MrsRoosevelt
Roosevelt are greatly enjoying the tripspending
spending u great deal of time on decksometimes
sometime forward and sometime nftThe
The President will today inspect the shipwith
with Copt CondonWOMAX
WOMAX LEPERS SAD PLIGHTBa
Dawbrsf trKormr Hawaiian 4 Wnrtllfflrrr
llfflrrr May Have to Co in Molokalfiprclal
fiprclal Inlilt DUI la rues HUNHONOLULU
HONOLULU Nov 1 A pitiable story ora
a womans misery for years came to lightthis
this week when Mrs Flora F Crowell wasarrested
arrested and held for investigation ala
a leper I the charges against her b
proved she must go to the Molokai leporsettlement
settlement for the rest of her natural lifeShe
She is the daughter of John A Cumminsonce
once Minister of Foreign Affairs underKing
King Kalahana Her mother was an Hawaiian
waiian She married 1 native Hawaiianand
and had one child When the child WOHS
5 yearn old sIn developed symptoms thatresembled
resembled leprosy To avoid her transferto
to Molokai she agreed to go to Japan nndnever
never return That was six years agoSoon
Soon afterward those who had agreedto
to send her an allowance failed to do nnand
and she returned here and took up residence
dence In her mothers home where she hada
a secret room to which hl retired whenanyon
any one called She lived thus and car
for her daughter till her mothers deathrecently
recently Then she was spirited to anotherIsland
Island but those who promised t providefor
for her failed to do so and starvation droveher
her out She is heir to about 110000ClBAX
ClBAX LIBERALS MAY SPLITone
one Faction Supporting Jose Miguel OomezVgalnil
Vgalnil Senator 7iaiSpeclnl
Speclnl Cattle Deipitcfi to Tan StNHAVANA
HAVANA Nov nThe declaration lastnight
night of Senator Morua who is a negro infavor
favor of Jos4 Miguel Gomez I Liberal a
a candidate for the Presidency has encouraged I
couraged rumors of a split in tho Liberalparty
party the friends of Senator Zayas beingranged I
ranged on one side and those of Gomezon
on the otherTha
I
The old Santa Clara group which lastyear
year insisted upon Gomez being a candidate
date still sticks to its original choice hutIt
It does not admit that there is likely to be aspilt
spilt in the party The enemies of theLiberals
Liberals maintain that a split Is Inevitablewith
with Carlos Garcia Monw Furrara C
tll and Estanoz supporting Gomez andOuerra
Ouerra Gualberto Gomez Anbert and otherssupporting
supporting ZayosGomezs
Gomezs friends maintain that last yearsticket
ticket should h placed in the field againThe
The friends of Zayas while not admittingthat
that the split amounts to anything say thatGomezs
Gomezs candidature proved a failure Inthe
the hour of trial It Is asserted that Moruaexercises
exercises more Influence among the negroesthan
than Oualberto Gomez who until now hasgenerally
generally boon believed tl h the mostinfluential
influential negro in CubaMIDDLE
MIDDLE TRACK FOil EXPRESSESI
Instead of for Storing ten 1 the Demandof I
of Washington HrlKliIA
A resolution framed by thl Tat PayersAssociation
Association of iuhlngton Heights nndaocompanle
accompanied by a potltion bearing 7nnonames
names will be presented net Tuesday tothe
the Hoard of Aldermen by Alderman i rifenhagen
hagen of the Washington Heights districtThe
The resolution asks that the hoard
rll11ton apkl thlt hllrd requestIhe
the Rapid Transit C ommis lol to compeltho
tho InternoroiiRh conixiny to hue the middletrack
track of the subway fnm Mnetyi < Iihstreet
street lo HMh on the rodway hrnvhfor
for express trainsTho
Tho resolution and petition rerlto thatthe
the track In iiiestlon was bulk with asinootw sporlnl
11000000 appropriAtlon and that It wasutipuiited
stipulated ut the time that The tntck shouldbe I
be used for express trains Hi petitionerssny
say that it Is used only for the sloraco ofcare
care and that as the trains are run at thopresent
present time It taken as long to go from145th
145th street to Ninetysixth street as fromNlnetynlnth
Nlnetynlnth street to City Hall Thepetitioners
petitioners alA ask that two addltioiinlentrances
entrances hI built nt HSth street to accommodate
commodate the o passengers who dallyg
get on at that station
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FATAL BATTLE WITH BURGLARSOV
sOs OF mel FAMILY SHOT ItOWXAFTER
AFTER EMPTYING PISTOLMel
Mel Intruder In Illnlnc Itoom Piling IllNllrer
Silver and Both n can Shooting In theIXrkYlrtlm
IXrkYlrtlm Grappled Wllli Robberml
and Got Two linnets at Close nancePITTSBURQ
PITTSBURQ Nov 11Henry F Smith
25 years old a prosperous business manliving
living In the fashionable East End districtwas
was shot to death in his own home In aduel
duel with a burglar early this morningThe
The burglar escapedThis
This Is the second murder In the fashionable
ble part of Piitsburg within ten days JamesM
M McMillan Pittsburg representative of aNew
New York house was held up by highwaymen
men In sight of his own home 1 few nightsago
ago His brains were battered out andhis
his body was robbed and thrown to oneside
side of the streetThe
The murder of this morning was partlcularly
larly atrocious The killing took placeabout
about 410 oclock Joaeph F Smith andhis
his wife the young mans father and motherwith
with whom ho lived were awakened bythe
the shots and ran down stairs to find theironly
only son dying on the kitchen floo withtwo
two bullet holes in his bodyIt
I eeems that young Mr Smith heard anotso
noise downstairs and getting his revolverwent
went to Investigate When he opened thedining
dining room door the thief was evidentlystanding
standing at a buffet piling silverware together
gether When he heard the door open hoturned
turned and fired the bullet lodging In theupper
upper part of the door Then Smith fro
Apparently the burglar made a daihfor
for the rear door Smith ran to Intercepthim
him both men still shooting At lastSmith
Smith grappled with the burglar and gota
a bullet In the right thigh Smith continued
tinued the struggle and several more shotswere
were exchangedAt
At last the thief managed to get hisweux
weapon against Smiths left breast andfired
fired The shot penetrated tho lung nndSmith
Smith fell dying to the floorWhen I
When Smiths parents got down Itall
they found their son gasping out his lifeThe
The back door stood open but no one couldbe
be seenYoung
Young Smith managed to gimp out somedetails
details of Ihe battle before he diedThe
The only light in the house at Iho timeof
of the killing was a dim gait jet in the hal
The dining room and kitchen were darkand
and tho battle was fought without lightSmiths
Smiths night robe and the skin of hisbreast
breast < were burned by the flash of thaburglars
burglars weapon proving that the twomust
must have been struggling at leant withinarms
arms reach of each other when the fatalshot
shot was firedThe
The Smith family is wealthy Joseph FSmith
Smith the father is treasurer of the Pittsburg I
burg Label Company and his son thodead
dead man was in the employ of the samecompany
companyDROVE
DROVE IITPI TO HIS HEARTYoung
Young Man nit Irom Hound Pla > fullyllvrn
llvrn by filrl on Whom lie Was CanineRCBANTCM
RCBANTCM Pa Nov lIAt 131 thismorning
morning Dr Myles Gibbons was called tothe
the home of Thomas Dougherty in Dunmom
mom a suburb of this city He foundDougherty
Dougherty suffering from a hatpin woundIn
In his heartHe
He was unconscious part of the timeand
unrnOcol par lmend
and steadily growing weaker In responseto
to questions put by Dr Gibbon Doughertyrefused
refused to give the name of the girl Hesaid
said he was fooling with her when the mishap
hap occurred and she was not to blameHe
He clung to this story until he was reomove
moved later to the State Hospital wheroho
ho died ten minutes after bin admissionYoung
Young Dougherty before the arrival ofIho
the doctor seems to have told the name ofthe
the girl who stabbed him to his sister MrsJohn
John Larkin and she informed CoronerStein
SteinA
A warrant was issued for the arrest ofMary
Mary BurkeAccording
According to Doughertys story to hissister
sister the stabbing with the hatpin wasnot
not done in angerThe
The pin pierced the fifth rib and enteredtho
the apex of the heart breaking into threepieces
pieces One piece was found in the heartat
at the autopsy this afternoon Doughertyhad
had spent the evening with the girlATTACKS
ATTACKS HEAD OF I C T crorllnc
Portland Preacher Declare 111 StevensIs
Is Not Sincere In Prohibition JVorkPORTLAND
PORTLAND Me Nov U Closing hisaddress
address to a large congregation in Willlams
lams Hall today at a temperance meetingheld
held under the auspice of Arcana Lodgeof
of Good Templar the Rev Henry TSklllIngs
Ings one of the most prominent Pro
hibitionists in Maine attacked Mrs L MN
N Stevens of Portland national presidentof
of the Womans Christian TemperanceUnion
Union saying that she was Insincere in herdealings
dealings with the liquor question in thoState
State of MaineThe
The sudden attack corning from MrSkillmg
Skillmg in a public meeting has caused 1glt
great sensation among th ministers andtemperance
temperance workers of th cityTime
Time and time again said Mr Ski
Ings I haw had voters of all parties approach
proach us nnd tell us that in their opinionMrs
Mrs Stevens was insincere In the workthat
that she was doing Thy have told usthat
that she does not want to see th liquorlaw
law enforced because if it was h wouldlose
lose her position as head of the union Inthis
this country
This is the opinion of the voters whohave
have watched Mrs Stevens in her work forthe
the interests of prohibition For my partI
I say that Mrs Steven is not doing thnoble > jnoble
noble work that she protend to door jslstent
For years Mr Ski lnl has been R perlstflt
prsiltfnt
slstent worker In the cause of prohibitionHe
He served two years as deputy IhAril Iunder
under the late Sheriff Pearson and at tholast
last county election was a candidate forSheriff I
Sheriff on the Prohibition ticketConcluding <
Concluding Mr Skillings nidFor
For two years while a deputy sheriffI
I worked to save the mm sellers for twoyears
years and a half following I toiled to convert
vert the drunkards but from this tuna onI
I will strive to save the churchs votingmembers
members nnd the public and temperancesociety
society officialitcniiiiinin
itcniiiiinin fKiiunMotor
Motor ile mi Mhlrli lie Wax HidingMl
Ml ruck an Htprrux Ma Ron IEII1IK11
EIIAHKTH N J Nov I Archibald IDull >
Dull Jr 21 years old of inVl Host Jerseystreet IIrret
street died in the General Hospital Into lastnight
night as n result of injuries received surlierin
plrlerIn
In the evening when the motor cycle onwhich
which ho was riding crashed Into an expresswagon
wagon near Rosello The cycle struck thowagon
wagon between one of the front wheelsto
and the shaft and Bull thrown
anc Ihnf Ful was heavily
to the ground No bones were broken but
he received Internal Injuries HA was ason
son of Archibald P Bull ship broker of 8ridge
Bridge itreet New York
OFFICE FOR A nom RIDERMclllhrnnry
Mclllhrnnry o New Orleans to De Appointed
pointed a Civil Service CommUtlonrrWAHHISOTON
WAHHISOTON Nov 11A F Mclllhenney
henney of New Orleans a personal friendof
of President Roosevelt a former memberof
of the Rough Riders a Democrat and Inaddition
addition one of the leading manufacturersof
of tabasco sauce In the South will in allprobability
probability be appointed a member of theCivil
Civil Service Commission to fill the vacancycreated
created by the appointment of Alford WCooley
Cooley of New York an Assistant AttorneyGeneral
General The appointment will doubtlessbe
be announced on the return of the Presidentto
to Washington It Is understood that hetendered
tendered the commUsionFrshlp to Mr Mclllbenney
benney shortly before he left for PanamaHUMOR
HUMOR HAD ALFOXSO KILLEDAiiaulnallon
AssassInatIon Canard Agitated LondonnhlleUlnR
nhlleUlnR and queen Were Sadist urbed5piciut
social Cable Dr piffh to Fill SnirLONDON
LONDON Nov I A rumor that reachedLondon
London this afternoon that King Alfonsohad
had been assassinated agitated the newspaper
paper offices clubs and society circles allthe
the eveningThe
The Spanish Embassy was besieged withinquirers
inquirers The telegraphs everywhere werebusy
busy Meanwhile King Alfon o and QueenVictoria
Victoria were spending 1 quiet domesticevening
evening in Madrid and knew nothing ofthe
the commotion canned by the report Bctithe
the King and Queen are welltlEX
tlEX SHAFTER VIMIf HEITHPhynlclinnKay
PhynlclinnKay He Cal Mte Not Morel hanFew
a Few HoursBAKERSFIEID
BAKERSFIEID Cal Nov u MajorGen
Gen Shatters physicians have given uphope
hope and twoBan Francisco experts DrsHertzstein
Hertzstein and Thome returned to SanFrancisco
Francisco tonightThey
They cold that unless a change for thebetter
better ccurred Gen Shatter could not livetwenty
twenty hoursWhen
When they left the GeneraPn pulse hndfallen
fallen to 40 his respiration had increasedto
to 10 and his temperature was 95After
After the doctors left this evening theGeneral
General sank rapidly and it is not believedhe
he can live more than two or three hoursSVOII
SVOII UP STATEThe
The Crouml All White In lime Catiikllls millIhe
lime Mohawk ValleyKiNOftTON
KiNOftTON Nov 1Snow hUt been fallIng
Ing almost steadily all day in the CatsklllMountain
Mountain section At Hunter Tannersville
yule ant on the Stony Clove over 1 foot fellwhile
while the ground Is covered at MountPleasant
Pleasant Pluunlrln Brodheads BridgeNine
Nine Hill and other places from twelve toforty
forty miles from here Snow also fell inthis IthlKcty
this city this eveningAMSTERDAM I
AMSTERDAM Nov 11A heavy wet snowhas
has been falling In the Mohawk Valley sinceabout
about noon today and continues tonightTelephone
Telephone and telegraph wires togetherwith
with trees and shrubbery are loaded withsnow
wires have beenbroken
snow and many telegraph wirs llnbroken
broken by the weight I is the first snowstorm
storm of the seasonsrtvmVfl
srtvmVfl PITRepublican
Ifor
Republican Senators firnrrally Not Racerfor
for Tariff MellonWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 11 Senator Burrows
rows of Michigan and Senator Fulton ofOregon
Oregon who are now in Washington agreewith
with Senator Cullom that If tariff revisionis
is to be undertaken at all it should be ata
a special session of Congress to be convened
vened Immediately after the adjournmentof
of the Fiftyninth Congress on March 4next
next They do not however agree withMr
Mr Cullom hat there is any general demand
mand for tariff legislation as far as theyhave
have observedRepublican
Republican Senators who are arrivingin
in Washington are not OH I rule eagerfor
for tariff revisionMURDEHinO
MURDEHinO A T1M1VProminent
Prominent llamlmri llrntIM nobbed amiKilled
Killed by Chance Travelling CompanionAprcM
AprcM Cable l > r > piliti to Tttr SrttHAMDURO
HAMDURO Nov 11Dr Clainwen aprominent
prominent dentist was the solo occupantof
of a compartment of a suburban trainyesterday
yesterday afternoon until an unknown manentered
entered at Orossflottbek stationThe
The stranger left the coach at Kleinflottbok I
flottbok three minutes later In the Interval
val he murderously assaulted Dr Claussenwith
with an Iron bar and robbed him of hUwatch I
watch and moneyTrainmen
Trainmen found Dr Cliussen dying Hewas
was able however t narrate briefly thestory
story of the attack upon him before he diedThe
The murderer escapedVEII
VEII GREAT AIRSHIP WRECKEDM
M Drufehs Vllle de Paris Fetus Tree TopiIn
In St iermaln ForesttiprcM
tiprcM Cal nnvitcb la Till sexPARIS
PARIS Nov 11The new great airshipVillo
Yule do Paris owned by M Deutsch hasbeen
been wrecked at SartrouvilleA
A guide rope became entangled In thetree ItrpF
tree tops In the forest of St Germain andbroke
broke The airship became unmanageableand
and the gas holder was torn It finallydescended
descended In a field The motor and carwere
were smashed Nobody was hurtKAISER
KAISER nOOMS 4I1 < GOLFGives
Gives Berlin Club Tie of Admiralty GroundUnpeg
Unpeg lo Interest GermanKpecM
KpecM Cattle Dnputch If Tea SexBrniiN
BrniiN Nov 11The late of golfwhich
which has attained much popularity inGermany
Germany is likely to receive a fillip fromthn
the Kaisers offer to give tho Berlin GolfClub
Club the use of the beautiful grounds ofthe
to Admiralty adjoining the royal estatesut
ut PotsdnmThe
The pjaoe II admirably adapted for alinks
links Tha club consists almost exclusively
sively of Americans Britons and excl
other foreigners most of them being members
hers of the various embassies It Is un
derstood that the Kaiser hopes to interest
German officers In th gomeERIE
ERIE < IM1TEJD WRECKEDIIUIM
hulls Into Freight Train In a NnonitorniIn
In OhioWARRRV
WARRRV Ohio Nov 11Erie train Sotho
3 tho Chicago Limited was wrecked justwest
west of thn Leavittsbur depot at h1
oolooc this norrmln when
foloo rnorriim It ran Into awotboiind
wotboiind freight train that had pulled outon
on the westbound truck
Four coal KIM and a largo type
IIrpo typ passengerengine
engine were demolished and 1 postal car
combination Pullman baggage smoker and
a day coach were partially demolished
prtmly demollhe
lht passenger engine orew were saved
by the emergency brakes At the time of
the wreck It was snowing hard tme
Inowlnl Te passenger
senger train had the right of way theengineer
wrlk being entirely due to the frelh
engineer pulling out on the passenger
< paenler
trams timet
tme
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STOKES NOT A CANDIDATEOOVERXOtt
OOVERXOtt MAKES AN EMPHATICAXn
AND EXPLICIT STATEMENTHas
Has Been DevotIng His Thoughts to Plansfor
for pay Reorganization Knew ot1
Ing of a conference In Philadelphia Ion
on the New Jersey BenatorthlpTRKNTON
TRKNTON N J Nov llGov Sto1lved < rarrived
arrived at the State House tonight havingjust
just returned from his home In Millvillewhere
where he had been spending Sunday ThsGovernor 4Governor
Governor was indignant when hs read in APhiladelphia
Philadelphia newspaper an account ofcnrernc aconference
conference in that city yesterday to consider
elder the situation regarding the UnitedStates
States Senatorshlp in which It was statedthat
that the Governor had been sending emissaries
saries to different members of the Legislature
lature urging upon thsm his candidacy forthe
the placeSoon
Soon after hU arrival hira tin Governormade
made a statement 01133 more denying tinthe
he Is a candidate or that h ha been 1party
party to any movement with that end inview
view The confetvnrn wn IHJ withoutthe
the Governors knciwlJg an I In saUl hUonly
only information conwrnlnR it esuo froTithe
I the newspapers Commenting um tinsubject
subject the GovernortuiUII
I know nothing of the riiilmleluliia COMference
ference exempt what I saw In the tiewpajicrs
pajicrs I was not pmxMit My nttitudsI
I on the Senatorial question Iris been canHlKtent
HlKtent with what I Ixliove to be my dud vas
j as Oovemor of this hunt I WR electelI
I by the people to administer to oHcft ofI IUuvlmor
I Governor In their Interest and not to listI III
II to ndvuntnse myrelf or honor othersI
I have kepf this duty steadily in view fliI
I fore the primaries I persistently refusalall
all overtures for the UK of my name in cotnectlol
nection with the Tnltwl States StnatorshlpSince
Since that time my interviews on thatsubject
subject havB been clear and explicit Thususe
use of my nun in connection with thnSermtorship
Sermtorship hi been entirely wltholtInplrntol
in piratiou or suggestion on my part directly
rectly or indirectly The statement InPhiladelphia aPhl
Philadelphia newspaper that L am anavowed
avowed or unavowed candidate for Senatoris
is false und without foundation I I werea
a candidate 1 woild lot lx > one In secretjbut
hit would nppeal to the people and takethem
them into my confidence There Is shn
lutely no truth In the statement in the samepaper
paper that Jon acting In his myInterest
Interest had npproached members of theLegislature
Legislature in the northern put of theState
State requesting their support for theGovernor
Governor I have authorized
never authorize anyperson
person directly or Indirectly to approachany
any one member of the Legislature orotherwise
otherwise In my behalf for theSenntorshipnor
nor have I ever approached any memberpersonally
personally to this endI
I have been devoting my thought oflate
late to plans for party reorganlzattonwltha
a view to harmony and unity and havebeen
been engaged in no < movements affectinginv
inv own futureThe
The Governor refused to discuss thequestion
question of his eligibility which was raisedIn
In the some articler
r F i rinxs ox COLERDidnt
Didnt Follow III ldeaeofl PaingonSalon
Salon Men TooBefore
Before the election President Bird SColor
Color of Brooklyn was in high favor withthe
the Central Federated Union He has beenthanked
thanked several times by that body butnow
now according to the C F U he has fallenfrom
from graceThe
The C F U into him
pitched Int yesterdaybecause
because after it had directed him t seathat
that Broadway Brooklyn should be rivpaved
paved with asphalt blocks ho allowed a
contract to be let for paving it with sheetasphalt
asphalt It In also charged that he bnalowed
allowed tho contractors to employ nonunion
union menMr
Mr Coler sent a letter to the C F Uyesterday
yesterday explaining that the contractbad
bad been modified so that the city got bet rvalue
value from the sheet asphalt paving Theletter
letter said nothing about nonunion r03nd
und was referred to the Asphalt WorkersVnion
Vnion for actionDelegate
Delegate Wallace of that union said Itwould
would fight to have the paving done aa thC
C F U wants it and would also make 1
fight for union conditions I possible itwould
would compel Mr Coler t have the streetripped
ripped up againnorit
fillER IUII 1 SMALL AFFAIROnly
Only Iiren Jlrn In the Band but SomeLondon
London Pipers Think the War 1 < ln Againprrtul
prrtul fatat Utifitrti to THI SUNLONDON ILONDON
LONDON Nov U Although some of thenewspapers
newspapers treat the story of a Boer raidin
in the Capo Colony as I the war had brokenout
out again the latest news suggests that theaffair
affair was 1 trifling oneThe
The total strength of the raiders whenthey JIhlY
they started was eight men They havesince <
since Impressed three making the alarming
ing aggregation of eleven men Thee 1were
were last reported In the neighborhood tt 1
Upinton with a number of looted horsesfirearms r
firearms and ammunitionOne
frearml and ammunitonn I
One account says they have severalprisoners
prisoners Another nays that the Boershave < I
have a considerable number of armednative
native cooperating with them Correspondents i
spondents in the Transvaal InterviewedGen <
Gen Botha and Mr Smuts who said cn i
sldeiing the number of ruffians who areharboring i
Iwonder
harboring In Daraaraland that It
haorng Damalad was awonder
wonder that nothing of the kind had 0
curred before They laughed heartily attho
the suggestion of a Boer rising and saidthat I
that all mien stories were mere moonshineViscount
Viscount llM formerly Governor oftho
th Transvaal and Orange River Colonyjsaid
said In a Interview that the raid was ob
viously purely a police matter Ho waaconfident
confident that the Boor leaders would dl
courage any such moveTO
TO FIGhT SENATOR CLAIIKEGov
Gov Davis and ovKlect utile of Arkansas
kansas Join FOr e
LITTIK ROCK Ark Nov 11It WMannounced
announced here today that Governorelect
elect John S Little has tendered the position
Ion of private secretary t John H Pagetho <
tho present secretary of the Democmtlocommltteo
commltteoMr
Mr PaRe has been Oov Daviss campaignmanager
manager for six years and is unquestionablythe
the Governors closest political lieutenantSeveral
Several well informed politicians todaysaid
said
that the announcement mean analliance
alliance between flov Davis and GovLittle
Little in the Senatorial campaign nextsummer
summer when Senator James P Clarkowill
will enter the field for reelection
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