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Batckdat, October 14, MM.
Fair and cool to-day; probably local rains and slightly warmer to-morrow. VOL 1.XXIX.-N0. 44. NEW YORK. SATURDAY OCTOBEH I4i 1911. cmtu '. t a sun pmmt ?bm$ Amumun. PRICk TWO CENTS. SDNYAT8EN PLANNED REVOLT Ixttir to London bankers 11 i i OF ini seditiox. yjll SaiiiM Mima llrganlfod to Overthrow Manrhin l orriBn Brafjarketi I -and it Hankow Jap in kihntrai in com. nt.iml Ttl Itrhi'lMnn Urarei Pekin. I i an- . . " r Df$p IttXtJ Oct, It Thi Tai m ChronicU tiour.ees hit H lias evidence that the Chine bellton la the outooma of an Organ I' tl secretly elaborated m the r four years liy the mont aitllte progt vca under the leadership of s v . Sen Documenta an eald to praVr ' livr ' Itner gun Vat son and hi associates ' n making secret Journeys to md England in an endeavor to I noy t.. dnanre the rebellion m Vat Soi ia reported t have toi l the j v of the projected rebellion A gl if American and English bank- i a n he applied for ii loan. : negotiation! Sim Vat Sen I- Thing ' nm Now York to London capl v". -- s reported to haveraald: "We have pnuffh In ii t 'hineso and three rice iil - ., Bangkok,' noma merchants at ii c ind three min owner in the M s They arc willing 1 1 tne loan with thrir properties, crczaif about 42,000,001, or V, Hen wanted the loan of cson noo iC.Vi The ftrm approached made wn inquiries and sesured corrobora- L that the revolt could not long he dt - .'. rhey wrote to Sun at Hen, ,1-k- ; ,",c for the name of the bank and th"' names f Ihe other enm-ern mai he hiul referred lo, saying that with that Infortna hand 'hey believed there could be ittl? 'i.fti ulty in obtaining tic loan. They .il- asked for a full statement rf ;.". : isltion of Sun Tat Sen Liier he replied, explaining his delay r inswering by saying that he was away ffon ew Vork on a secret mission "re- .a--.c Ihe support of the army and He went on: "New divisions of the Imperial army south of the Vangtae River now in course of forma tinn arc mostly commanded by and formed of rev lutlonlst who are ready lo turn to our side at the first char.ee Four cotn nleted divisions in Yangts- cities are -- Dgly pro-revolutionary and r, under sVf.d:ng'has been arranged with them to cnrr.e over as scon as the revolutionary force ha gained a footing in south Clot. I, -even divisions around Pekin are the ntlrs creation of the late Viceroy ucr. "-h. Kai. and since he has been degraded tht loyalty of these -rcop has greatly m.T.inished Though there is no ar-ar.ge- r.en' between them pnd us we Strongly Mlievo that they will tint fich: for the UanohU Government 'There is another riirisjon in Manchuria T.-nmanded hv a revolutions.' f letters I aho can be depended upon to coone-ate iganst Pekin when the time comes With regard to the navy, ihere has hitherto on no arrangement, but one can aally to :nade if Shere be sufficient fut dt, for nur.v officers and sailors are revolu- "ihe whole of south f'hina is ready or II general uprising We hnve clto -Lrr "d he best fighting elementa in h- provinces of Kwangtung. Rwanda! &r.1 Hi;nan Tht writer added that he was unable lo l 'he nariiea exactly, but tha' he had more firm who were willing i i guarantee in The bankers wrore to Sun Val Sen '"t beoauae of inauffioient Inforn,,'. . r. were unable to come to a do I and again r.aked for the nanus ' the backers Before time for an en- isrer to th request had elapsed ther am from Sun Va Sep another short otter . which he gave the impression -.' he lr,,m hed been rained in another larter He anolotvd ihe revolution- f.r - manifesto to the nations of the The ' hronielt prims in full the letter! It m which the paragraphs above are , in Ii says: "The testimony in 1- authoritative. Some we are erty to publish; the remainder we . '.'itiine owing lo the delicate ti which the revelation would the informants" The Chronicle - Hi interview with a member of a ' hankers with whom negotiations . in which he tells how he first ' ' S in Val Sen at a well known club in iimei prints this morning a de- iptti from its Pekin correspondent tying that Yin Chang, the Minister of oil - hastily forming two composite ns of troops which he hopes to he- lii ' transport from Pao-ting-fu to- Ihe force is taken from the firti 1 1 vision, which is Menchu, with ' fflcera, and the Second. Fourth uid divisiona, composed 01 1 Ihinaae Thf Ii valty of the troops, other than c' Matiohu men is x-ery doubtful, as ptcially to i the sixth division. Its Oinei , ,, i,u Chen, is a na'ive of Hu- I nk ,.' 1 I . I I t i. u"'""' ' ' I ' that he win accompany the lire, ... .. u 1.- ; J Ul- f .. . 11 o WUUI14 UV I III! POPVI 1 1 1 10, ead against his fellow provinoialf. .; it i,,es of an immense m'tss of I hinssa in Pekin are unreservedly ' iutionists Little sympathy ' " ' ed for the eorrun! and elfete Tar tsty, its eunucha and other ri lundlngl Foreigners praise ' ttd POW'W of organlxatlon . olution iry lenders Li Yuan Hung, a native of veil known to the military Hu-ni , v,u IPnallah He cm s apeak! M.ghsli Hi com- ided tf, , ... ,- i , j - 1 1, o, iin. e- 11 'ins it her leader, is a native o H organised Ihe recent at levolutlofl in Canton H" also i in Japan. mil anxiety al ihe oourl and ll'OH ha e been taken 1 1 1 pi luce rlegonl Ihe Emperor th additional polioe, ".- if Nankin telegraphs thai very dangerous p,nd thai - mi look for He1 throne is n is for wi h ihe excep- i. i ohu mops, wiiose numbers 1 - '. Hi" loyalty of the army ',s4in or on Third f'nge. in 1 1 it. lrl lo line Lectured There Ml Meilne.. rtsx. Thru Msrtctl Wrl. DrvtKii. Od , ,r Sm, v Sp head of the Chinese revolutionaries and their choice for President, wax here on Wednesday, it is mm, ami addressed a large meeting of hit countrymen at i ,jns house He led Thursday morning for the Weal and is believed to he hurrvlna to China. Ho sent two highly educated follower Kt to lecture and colled fund for the nuwo from Mm ;.. t..,..... iodic R IfR 1 1 XTOS ti TO TF.I.L, l.sxxxer Make i-irr Melr llr r In lllMirn- Trial. sr tine ta.jDet, 1$, A deciaion prolMbly will he handed down lo-morrow by -t 1 1 1; Wilton M Vnndeventer of the ICaal St. Loiila, III., city Court, either upholding or declarina void the divorce deeree arnnted hv .ludm Mia CnnV in th uma court room m Hum to Charle A, Btevenaon, nuananaoi naiei laxton, theactrea . . ... k Kaie t laxton was again on the witness 1 I 'nw 1.1-day in an effort to prove that her husband not divorce throueh fraud and perjury, Her teatlmony and the reading 1 of votuminotta deposition taken In New I York was continued to-day and is now 1 practically completed I he question th it the actress mos! dis likes w is propounds I In her on the wit- ti"-.s md to-day when her husband's attorney, t.evi Puller of Chicago, asked her ;oin Mann: "How old are you '" she appealed to Judge Vandeventer inn he ruled ihai the question must i answered, still Mrs. Btevenaon demurred and escaped utterinc the terrible figures iy a subterfuge, "l am not as old as they sav. "she cried with a toss of her head "I was married to Mr Btevenaon in ihts and I was : then Puller lictirod on a piece of paper and smiled as he announced 'You are a?. Mn C laxton?" sh" bowed her head until the rim of her girlish hiii hid her face Mrs Claston showed a reluctance in testifying about iter hushand's a'iecd unfaithfulness "He kept outside apart ments," f)n sa;d after again appealing to the Judge to spare her the necessity of aflswering "I never saw the insid f this apartment," she added She denied that sh had said ?'i- her husband was too friendly with Mrs fjeslie Carer, in whose company Iip played SYhat she did say was :h4t their nvilri- monial troubles began about the tit-" he lotned Mrs Carter's company Bhe wa merely endeavorito. to ti an approximate date Steven ton i not in (Cast St. Loui run ir mil 111 is HE AO. xiirlrtrnb surleKi n fii r lie "srrmrtl tu B- Recovering From lonad. RXKO, Nov., Oct. 13. Philip irri'.! Mighels, who accidentally shot himself a .ji-o to-day while hunting quail near th- K,.ss Ranch died in Wlnneroucca a' 'l o clock las1 nigh Death came as: a shock to all at it waa genertillv believi d . thai all danger had paased Philip Verril! Mighela w rote and drama-! tized The Pillars of Eder." and "Bruwer lim'o Baby." He waa n frequent con 1 ributor of v rc to the magazines Others 1 of hit writings are. "When a ViPh Is I Toung," "The Ultimate Passion." i 'ha -: wit, the Man Talk biro." and "Runnyside I Tad Mr. Mighela waa born in Caraon C ty, N'ev . forty-two years ago He studied and pracised law in Nevada for .1 while, but the desire to write was too strong for him and he went into n vs aper w 11 k In , San Pranciaco in ISOS and lar came ' 1 New York In ifu hs married Mrs. Ella Stirling I Cuntmina, a;n a writer. The bridal I3 couple and the guests rnnt by boa' to Atlantii Highlands and from there to a I" Tittle country 1 hlirch, where Mr Michel had propose ! The courtship he put in; verse in a book called "Out of a Silve Flute " Mrs Mighels obtained a divorc in Iiii on the ground of desertion CONN iVOHT WELCOMED. New Govrrnoraf ten oral or tanaiia ttworn In nt (Kiobee le.aae IY0111 Hie Mug. OrBBBC. Del. 13 Ihe Duke of i on naught bid a warm welcome on landing .1 nn.hu il In Mlis un ha Siilai Oovernor-Oeneral of Canada. The guard of honor however, which was ii have l.ec,i on the wharf to salute the Duke did not arrive until a quarter of an hour afier he had landed, and the officials had to glosa over the hitch as well as they could. With an escort of dragoons, and at tended by tn high dignitaries of state, the Duke nnd Duchess with their suites drove immediately lo the Provincial Par liament buildings, where the luke took the oath of office, and was invested with the err n I .,ffil of Can ida. sr i ir tS Addresses of welcome in the French I Church. Philadelphia. He married Marion language were presented to the Duke F Wiltbank. daughter of .lodge- William on behalf of the (iovernment of the Prov- Wiltbank of Philadelphia and divorced ince of Quebec, and to these the Duke j wife of (iustave Heckseher rephed fluently in French The new ThoColfeltehavemidotheirhome.it Premier of Canada. R. L, Borden, later Dinard. France, for soveral years. Mrs. presided al a luncheon in honor of the 1 Colfolt attempted suicide hy shooting her Duke and Duchess It was given by the ! self in a Paris hotel in 100s. just after the 9mAmm government nearlv all the mem- bers of which were ptesenl. . ... well as ni"eo , , Reply.ng to a toast to his health, pro posed by Premier Borden, the Duke de livered a personal message of affection from his nephew the King to the Cana dian people. As for himself. h said. 'he should do his best to serve Canada . nimsPf at homP , ,h(, (.0,mtrv promote its best interests and that J0J wlth tho Empire which he thou-hi wa of such importance to J ' ' an 1 . .......... Hefrree In Silnrlalr IMsorce Mil, Supreme Court .Justice Pendleton ap - i pointed W B, ixeuey reieree yesieroay in ; the suit for divorce brought by Cpton 'Sinclair against Meta Fuller Sinclair. Sinclair has named Harry Kemp, the poet, as corespondent, and Mrs. Sinclair lias tiled an answer denying her husband's allegations. j w en w later vide io Da Hunting, Riobv, Idaho, Oct, II Owen Wlater, who was reported in ihe Bust to be criti cally ill, was able to-day to go on a hunt -ing trip He denied that he had not been leave his ranoh h''re for New ork Qextlooma along jus! before I lu ikccident luid Thursday. Itbrown against the automobUa, ., m gnou neaun ana Mia ne expeowa REGISTRATION FALLS AWAY TIIF. FIRST HAY'S RESULTS Mil m.iss BEHIND LAST YRAR'S, QueeiM Hie Onl llarniiali in Minn a t.nln That Is Onl) .IM Vales The Total for WlMle M i lan.ans. ttiHnl I ft, Jm far Hie First l !.! cur. 1, 1 , 1 nvHniraunn in new 1 orK ruy tor ma I first day, vesterday. was is.ihh behind. lasl vear's Hrst day figures and W,fS3 less than In lB0t, which In turn was n.703 1 behind I BOS yueens alone showed a slight gam The grand total for the day w is S9,405, against 7T.h(ih for the first day last year New York County, With 82,461, is n.'ss behind 1010 and 16,646 behind n Brook lyn. with 01 ,368, 's t.flil less than last year and .T:tn behind IWt; Queena, with il.tn, it ,i ahead of 1010 ind J.081 leaa than in I too, and Richmond, with i IM leaa than lnt year and IM I ihlnd itoa Thi' ' " summary of ih- first registration compared with ihat preceding four years: d iv 'a f Hie VMM H T Kir j mil nil 11 1 ami INI, IB0I. . 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IHYORCF. si its Hanker anil Ills M ire I aeli k Hie 4 onrt for I omplele siepiratlon. Mrs Marie Vyse Raborg filed suit in tlie Supreme Court yesterday for a divorce from Thomas M. T Raborg,' a banker at Broadway and member of the Metro Iranian -cio, in., nnwnciui 1 wanhaka Corinthian Yacht clubs and the Bona of the Revolution. Mra. Raborg i chargos misconduct al 10 Fast Forty-fifth street last spring Mr ILiborg filed a counter claim for divorce In which he charged misconduct in Franco in ino last threo years, and names the Baron ('mo do Monpurg. the Viscount de Cadier de VeanCO and lames H. Colfolt. Mr. Colftlt, who was graduated from Princeton in lifl7. whore ho had a reputa tion as an athlete, is the sonQ of the Rev. Dr. Colfolt of the First Presbyterian 1 had gone (o 1' ranee with her hushand iVTOIST NOT llKAHTl-Ess. President nf Plumblna Co, Denies lisn don 1 in Roy X it tint of HU Csr. James Kearns, a thirteen-year-old schoolboy, living at 137k Lyman place, The Bronx, while roller skating along ' Prospect a venue vesterday aDernoon was i stmck and knocked down by an aulo- , mobile driven by John Randall, president j of the Irvine Plumbing and Heating Com- 1 pany at 7 Fast IBZd street, who when i he saw the boy fall drove away without Stopping to see n ne were nun. so several pjestrilms told Patrolman Rohan as he , was helping put the Injured boy into a I - 1 I 1 J ... I I i I 1 , t . I 1 , I I I , I . , .. . I. Ik il I-MU ' ii Fordham Hospital amnulance Kearns left 'knee was lacerated and his ankle badly strained Patrolman Rohan reported Hie accident at the Alexander avenue station house, taking along with him two witnesses who had ghmpsisl the number of Ihe car on which Ihey had seen Ihe nuiue of Ihe Irvine company DeteOtivea went after Handall and Inoughi him lo nighl court, where they charged him with violating the motor vehicle law. which raquirwlhtV the driver of a car that runs down a per son shall slop until Ihe extent ol injury is aacerttjlned Randall siud he ilutn I think the boy was hurl and ihat he believed he'd been struck by a iruck which had rut h F. v ri.inn.it. siBiimi niiinn to Pieces nnr ii't. iWe llxlns Italian xrrcstccl. tiAroMBR, Alherta, Oct, II, Tht ava iling nt 7 in o'clock a terrific uploelon wrecked the (!, P, K depot here, killing K. i. MoLeod, baggageman, md fn t :i 1 1 v . Injuring hlsasslstant, Blokford, The hag gageman was moving a t rank in the bag gage room when tin" explosion occurred, I'ln' roof and side of the building were blown out Mivi th" station generally wrecked Detective were at once put on th and two travelling photographers, lns, who,- trunk exploded, have case Ital- placed under arrest They were about to I board a southbound (rain They ad mitted having chemicals in then- trunk but the poll 'onetder photographic chemical could noi have wrought the deatruction The names of the men as 1 registered at the hotel here are II Seine' and brother, no place f residence being i ( Lriv.in dct mai was s, , gr at that Win- of the town do wh in Hie business pt.riioi Were shatter,. I ai'd In us, s half a mile I away shaken. It is believed that the men were carry ing He ir explosives to some point where ! t hey Intended to operate as Black Handera No grudge, s, , far as can be ascertained, I has been held against the Canadian ! Pacific Railway : nil m i i 1 4 111 . ieirett Thought lie vinrrinc Prom an lllteCM on the lira In . Rautimorr, Oct i.t Truly Hhattuck, who is playing the leading roc jn "Alnia, Where Do Vnu Live?" al the Academy of Music, was Inkelt to JohM Hopkins Ho pita I sei lously ill to-day. Dr, i'homas F Ftilcher, who has been attending Miss Hhattuck, consulted Dr rushing, a specialist, and they have reached the conclusion that the actress has an abaceas on the brain, An operation waa though) advisable, but it waa deferred until to-morrow, a further examination to be made meanwhile. Miss Hhattuck has been complaining all Week; in fact she was fat from well when she arrived last Hunday. Immediately after the performance on Tuesday night she was hurried to the Hotel Kernan and I'r Ftilcher, who had been attending her. was summoned she responded to his treatment and was again able to go ,,e with her part on edneaday. The strain of the tw , t erformances on Wednesday was too gteat and early yes- terday mi ruing the ii ike down com pletely, Her place is being tilled by Vera Mlehellna. 1 im nu r imnn w t r. Hue I Aper Surprises 4nrr h .nlna It l tx.irth bont HSJ.MMI, MoNTc'LAtR, N .) . Oct II Mrs V I. H Fayen of ?i I'pp. r Mountain avenue has used during the last year at the en trance t,. her home 1 small txi&. lt-wtis bought with a number 1 f other at sale in New York. A rug expert had been summoned lo the Fayen heme t, look over a number of the rugs that required renovation As he waa going out of the house he saw the rug that was used as a door mat What shall I do with this'-" he rsked. as he stooped di wn and picked up the rug. "Nothing," taid Mrs Fayen, "it Isn't Worth while " "Not w.,rth While!' he I laid 'Why, tnis is a p-eeious rug worth all the other togeth- r." Mr Fayen was amazed when the ox pert explained to her Hist the despised rug is probably worth 12,000 that it was woven by a lers;,ui bride and waa 1 ex'er inti ruled to be sold, He pointed out the i peculitv n,,. hord haracteriatics of the rug. im,, s 1 I which were woven the featurea ol the bride and her intended tho department of comparative literature, huaband file expert s. id the wts I thai i(ln). ,,, m aI1, ,,i there was i on was use! m the rug is of a kind Unit ia .irfnrahle oh lection amona the nffloers 1 now hard to get, ; betwi en i,si and :'' rh 9 rug. he are old. said, in: CRTS si. 1 EN lfs. Jllllge l-oxler Intno.r. Slaxltnlimi Mrr. lenee mi pittol Toter, .bulge Foster in General Sessions yea lerday sentenced Antonio Ceniglia i f 177 Chryttie street, who had pleaded guilty to violation of Hu' dangeroua weapona law. to seven years in King Sing. He was at -rested September ?l for carrying a pistol. Seven yeara is the maximum sentence for tiiat offence. Mati' Italian shopkeepers appeared before Judge Foster to testify r garding Ceniglia'a character. Most of them said it was excellent, Detectivea Digilio and Bottl, however, told the court that tie witnesses xvere testifying througti fear. I ieniglia, they said, was an active agent of a Rung of blackmailers Biaggio Cas sessa. who runs a moving picture show at lis First avenue, said that Ceniglia had made life mis, table for him by demands for money He showed a number of let ters written in Italian in which demands fol sums ranging from $:'. lo 11,000 xvere made The letters were signed, "Black Hand" and were decorated with death's heads and daggeis. Thex' had heel) re ceived, he said, while Ceniglia was hang ing around Last June the moving pic ture establishment was visited by bomb setters. Ceniglia denied any knowledge of the letters or of the bomb. 1 III SBAfiD MISSING. lllfe oks Peine M In ITnrtlna r. Prank Doedltr. Mrs H H i'oedler. who lives at the Hotel Collmgwood at 15 West Thirty-fifth street, reporied to the Tenderloin police station laat night Ihat her husband, C. Frank Doodlcr, a promoter, has boon miss ing since October 9, Mrs. Doodler was in the Gatakilll at t he t tine she got a letter from her husband on Ihat date saying that he had taken an apartment uptown and that Ihey would move Into il when she came back She returned a few d.-ivs later, but has noi seen her husband and neither have any of ins buaineaa aeeooiutee. He had quite a little money with him, and she thinks he may have me! with foul play. Mr lloedlor was U years old and hail iron gray hair and a dark complexion He weighed about I ;7 pounds, was ft fool "', inches lull and wore a blue serge suil at the time of his disappearance He carried a wallet which bore his name in brass lot tore. FERRER IDEAS IN COLUMBIA BAYARD Hi RSEN SAYS RIB Bit rum I mo it HAYR THKM. Two Mould MM laTeaetl In Hl nnrrlilt wcheeli He. Bays , inn 1 rr itinnssi ITHIeHe Mel hulls of Teselilna That re i:mploeil at Hie I nlrrsM. " And let me tell you this," said Hayard Boy Seen 1 formerly an instructor in Colum bia, loan audience of anarchists at Murray Hill Lyceum last night, that two Colum bia professors have told me hince I took up the work in the Ferrer school that ihey are with us. They said they wished they could lecture at our school but that to do so would be academic suicide They would guillotine themselves lo Hi- gree with the trustees of the university , Mr, Boyaaeti up to lasl June was an in structor of comparative literature, but he was not reappointed He said later that the reason for his exclusion was that ne had spoken on the same platform ".th ... r.iioiMi '"11,11,1,111. . in meeting of anarchists Which COIWnemO" rated the death of Francisco I'erict and served incidentally as a celebration of the opening of the modern school II Will begin v.ork next week at 104 Raal Twelfth treet anil HaVHtd Hoyineii is due, tor of - ihe day schoal. lifter Mr BoyeeJtl had spoken his I paragraph about Columbia he said thai the public schools were in the same r 11 ditlon, There were many teachers there too who would gladly band With Ihe anarchists and teach according to Hie Ferrer scheme if only Ihey wouldn't lose their jobs "fttil ihe economic pressure is being brought to bear on Ihe teachers," he went on. "and Ihey cannot say what Ihey think." x"w "' I badly off - Parr- was in ll. when great 1 thinkers led a revolt against the Academy. He said that Prof. Wood berry had been driven out of Columbia add thai Prof MacDowell had been hounded lo death. This was hke Prance In IM4. "A professor in Columbia told me that there was disgust at th" v teaching pureued there lb' he for one deprecated 'he rm i. tin Is 1 f said that hods of in- atruotion carried on in the public schools and was a sound upholder of a rational method of inat ruction He hever in formulas " be- I Some of this w.u.t over the heads of the anarchistic audience, but when Boye sen sat down he got a great round of hand 1 lapping After an intermediate speech I or two Ben Reitman, who announce! him self the king 1 f the hoboes, got up and said that except for the new Ferrer school -and that wesn't starttd vet wasn't n college or university there 1 the United Htatea where a man of com actions and gun fight) r who made hil reputation could say what he Ivliexed. not one. by shooting drunken Mexicans and In After hi- speech when Mr. Royeson had , dians in the back." reiire.l behind tin scenw at the Murray1 The complaint say that this meant that Hill Lyceum he was asked to go into "plaintiff was guilty of difcharRing a more detail m relating what disaffection firearm toward a human Ivir.g." The there was among the professors at Colum-1 atatement is faix. the plaintiff says, bia as to methods of instruction "There are e ght meini-ors of the VHARLFA BOSTON'S SPONSOR. faculty," said Mr. Boyesen. "who have indorsed my theories of education and have privately repudiated Polumbia ' methods. They sympathize, they tell me. with the work of Francisco Ferrer, and this ihev cannni introduce nt Columbia." Tie' Ferrer method, he explained, i IMch 1 pupil not according to,-, set sell tc me , b'4t along whatever ben! lie exhibits. "I was practically forced to leave Columbia. " lie S lid, "as the result of iltl tntrisms Prof. Thorndike. the head and trustees at my appearing on the 'same platform with Kmma Qoldman, 1 had l ,ceii four yeara at ' 'i ilumbia and supposed that advancement was almost due But 1 was told that ii would be hard for me lo go forward. I asked why. mid waa told that it was a moral issue.' Prof, Thorndike added that he had been pledged to secrecy by the trustees, "Then I went to 1 t Blltl it He said ; he knew nothing of charges against me Later I waa told thai I had been seen ,,t the Poilghkeepeie boat races and th t 1 had dtsjnk too much I here. 1 show ed i ha i I hadn 't been at the races for twelve years , 1 ga an a pi logy from Prof. Thorndike. win, said the trustees hud realised their mistake "Bui last .lune I was told that 1 couldn't be reappointed, but thai I would have a leiier ol recommendation, a very good one. to the University of W isconsin "Whit the faculty of Columbia object I io a' present is that they have to thrust J certain ideas upon their students and to j ibJeld them from Others Ihey have. to mould i hem on models "lot example, a boy got up in my course in comparative literature and asked if certain ideas I had quoted from Tolstoy were not anarchistic. I replied that Tolstoy in one place declared that the anarchists were the only people with right ideas "A professor who happened to he in at the lecture said to ms afterward W hen a father sends his box- to Columbia don't you think he ought to be protected from certain ideas?" MISS MURPHY'S TEXTH. xexents-Mxe Peanut Hippo llnrn InCrntral Park. A seventv-five pound baby arrived in I sramsh-American iron mines at Ban upper Firth avenue at 3 .in o'clock yes- tiago this morning, attempting to kidnap terday afternoon In her recently ' hP superintendent . Jennings Cox. and the equipped indoor n lunge, the Central Park ' Chief engineer. Aguilera. The mine work' hippopotamus. Miss Murphy, proudly displayed her tenth Offspring to curious spectators The lalest arrival in the Park men agerie according lo Bill Snyder, head keeper, is ihe healthiest looking hippo ever born there. "Hippos," said Snyder, "come high This one oughl to be worth about 110,000 anil you can figure out for yourself how much money Miss Murphy has made for the city." Snyder with a c..rps of assistants re mained in ihe lion house Thursday nlghl and at 3 10 o'clock yesterday afternoon their vigilance was rewarded w hen a small I boy spied Bulbar. the young hippo beside its mi. steamed AGROl xn. lilt Hie Cornwall Toast In s Ko ame t Marte Out. Aercial CsNs nnpnr It Tits lira, London, Oct 14. A large steamship WhoiS name and destination are not known here, has gone aground in a fog at Lamorna Cora, five mile from Pan anoe, n sTirr. ttARLAX 111.. Ills s,(.,nr. Mthoiiali ot Srrlnu.. nu. tint renerm iiuina m m Aae. WaantNOTON, Oct IS .lohn Marshall Harlan of Kentucky, Isaociate Juattc of the Supreme Court of the I'nited States, is ill al his home in this city. He is suffer ing with bronchitis md to-night the din- 1 .se wea accompanied by rising tempera ture While Justice Harlan's condition is noi serious, hie lllneee iscauaing concern owing o his Age He a in lus seveniv- nlnth year, .lust ice Harlan was born in Boyle county. Ky . on June I. ISM He is the oldest man in years and in point of service now on the bench II he oontlnues in "rrvitir unm iun next no win nave serve, i i lnn""r then any oth r man who ever eat on the Hupreme bench, He waa appoint erl to the COUrl as an Associate Justi' Prraident Hayea in November, i stt e h i n ii. I II IT Ii: 1 in: rr.it. Hill siore Vrtlrlrt Increased m Prior in iMemher Than fir created, According to 0rcoairref'a compilations Ihere has been a slight decline in the aver age price of commodities, which neans that the cost of living has I leen going J down In the month of September the index number, which i- the measure ! toward which Ihe statisticians work. declined from tx si 91 to fs tons Declines I were most noticeable in ho.s and all of 'ne initios wnicn originate 111 pork, in mackerel, textile products and metals Advances iere scored hv cereals, beet 1 milk. ivs. butter, cheese, coffee, sugar. I tea and rice Thirty-eeven articles were I dealer 111 September, tweniv-six were ' cheaper and forty-three show ed no change I OMI T SCARES II XI. I INs. 'Tall Points to Tripoli," so of onrte it s sn omen of Disaster, tsrrlal r.jo.v Dtipatrh m The SCJt. KlPtiKB, Oct. 13. tail pointing lo thi A comet with a long east and lo Tripoli i h caused panic among the inhabitants They are convinced that there will he , a long war which will be disastrous to the troop. Ml' HASTERSOS AfiGRIEYF.lt. He 44 ants r. 11. I frr 10 Pax WIO.OSMI for Slakli g mi Xlli geil RlaiHleroUJ Itcmark. William Barclay Maateraon, more or lesa Widely known as Hat Maslorson. brought suit yesterday against Frank B, j t ier t ; s.ander recover 110,000 damages for He a,.gis that on Septetn- I ber 1 1 tast I fer sid I "B it 2UnUirsii is.iio alleged bad man ieiioEK Dnrland trrested for Ittulng i 4 heck WlthOUl Slum lot oxer It. Kellogg Durland, a magarine writer, was arrested .' ihe Rxplorera Club yes terday on the complaint of Thomas M ''irroli. resident of the Hoiel Hermitage Company Mr Carroll told Magiatrate Herrman in the West side court that he cashed a check for lino ,r Durland. taking oui I'.'sn ,.s part pavment for a hotel b,n and giviug Durland H80 in cxaah. The Hudson Truet Company returned tht check because Durland hadn't enough money on deposit ... cover it The Mag iatrate held Durland in $r,cm bail The wrii r w, one of the sponsors for Charley Boston, 'he chines.- merchant, when 'tostou go; o pisioi permit front Magiatrate Corrigan, Coi imiaaioner Waldo complained to Mayor flaynor fiw days ago that the Magiatrate had pr a'tieallv i; ranted . p-rnur f . felon,' m giving Charley Boston Ihe rigll e:Try a revolver it fv i v i r FOR w in n n i til" I I: '.in, ih Hotelier a Horltlltl I 'Ill- dale in Brooklyn, The name of a Brooklyn woman will , appear on the Socialist ticket for alder I nun in the Forty-second district at the looming election. 1' is that of Miss Fliz labeth Dutchcr of ;ii Plerreponl street, a daughter of Oeorze 0, Dutchcr who is a member of the Hamilton Club. For some time Miss Dutchcr has been tin active worker in the Woman's Trade Union League and ahe haa become an earn- est advocate in Ihe Socialist movement. She was graduated from Packer Institute m imiii and from Vaaenr O liege in iom Her littor, Miss Mary Dlltoher, is a gr.ni ! uate of Packer and of Smith College, and , her brother. Berniiard Dutchcr, is a grad uate ol Princeton, Col. Michael .1 Dady. the Republican i boas of the district, is apprehensive, ii is said, that Miss Dutchcr ia likely to draw some Heights votes from Alderman Dowling, who is up for reelection. HELP ton $?o.nno RANSOM. Cuban Bandits f'arrx 4lff Knamrer Kill lira of Santiago Mine. Sgsrlsl PtMi Dttaafrt ft Tar Scn. Havana. Oct. IS - Bandits attacked the men resisted and there was a hot pistol battle. The bandits succeeded in capturing the engineer, but the superintendent es caped and reached Santiago. It i re ported that the bandits demand IJO.OOO for Aguilera The Government announces thai II has sent the rural police after the bandits, FsirUankt tor iiovrrnor of Indiana, lM'iANAi'iu.is. net ri movement which appears to be barked by manv conservative Republicans has been started lor the nomination of former Y'li'o. Presi dent Fairbanks for Governor. Il is said that Mr. Fairbanks, while not willing to make a contest for the nomination, will i not due line if u,ia teuderod. BASEBALL TICKETS 60 TO SPECOLATORS Patrons Forced to Pay Extor tionate Prices to See the World's Series. THREE INVESTIGATIONS ON Post Office Inspectors, National Commission and Police Take a Hand. The sale of ticket for the series of base ball game- beginning to-day at the Polo Orounda for Ihe world'! championship reached the stage of public lean da! yes terday H resulted from the disposition made of the tickets by the National Kx hlbition Cmpany, which lathe New York National League clubs trade name Speculators were able lo get 1,000 tickets, which Ihey were selling vesterday for from $ii to MO apiece Thousands of people who have sup ported the Qlanta in good year and bad were told al the St. .lames Building, the headquarters of ihe club, that if they wanted tickets they would have to go to those that had them for sale If they didn't gx) quickly enough they got a shoe to help them along. The sportsmanlike side of the contest whn h liegins to-day between the Phila delphia Athletics and the New York OiantS was clouded completely by the un disguised efforts of persons interested in the commercial possibilities of tho na tional game to grab ex'ery dollar that waan't chained down As a result there will be an investigation by post offic? in spectors, who think the're may have been a misuse of the mails; by the National Commission, whose business it is to keep baseball free from grafters and crooks, and by Police Commissioner Waldo, who will try to undo as much as possihleHhe harm that has been accomplished by put ting thousands of the Polo Grounds best seats into the hands of speculators. The post office inspectors, who think that there has-been a misuse of the mails sent, in answer to the National Exhibition Company's advertisement that prefer ence xxould lie given to mail orders, re quests for seats, accompanying ths re quests with money orders. They got no reply W hen they went lo Ihe St James Building to look into this method of ticket selling they were told that they couid h ive t heir money book The inspectors weren't satisfied, They made inquiries waich satisfied them that after the mail order sale xvas closed thousands of seats were sold to applicants appearing in person. The inspectors are making a report to chief Inspector Dickson, Thi- National Commission, of w.tich August Herrmann of Cincinnati i- presi dent, awoke last livening to the fact that" a good many thousand Now Yorkers were complaining 11 thine queer about t iokel sale. A nun ; Mr Herrma vi co It tor- hid tound lui l here was some world'a series ,f pe ipe went to i. !te-d that, speott Ity in trotting choice ea-. although Ui instant pa tmn of l ie New 'i o latauball cltih weV, turned lown, Mr. Herrmann h -ard otl stories also whioh wereucit pieasiiML He said thai there would ! an Invmtl gallon to determine how the speoulatma found II toe- y tOCt lse.-e-.-ioU of bloCi if ne 1 1 s Several years a ;,o the National Com- mlion found i' nt ary to .issunw charge of ihe inanny.ement of world'a : fiamea betsause ticket rpootllatoM goutted Hi'' publln in Chicago, li wai .ml yesterdixy thai the National Com mission may Rnd It ueoeaxary to tt'ie charge of all del iil crmcornlrig the blg cist annual cvoni In ; v Mil. including ih aotual sale of tie; i . T'n' police Commissloiie teOtlllg '.lie public will b Mr. Waldo became safil that the speculators had - s part in pro- mora direct, led yesterday lucooeded wll h .lie assistance of somebody couueoted witii the management of the Glanta in acquiring thousands of seat- which they Intended to hold to the last minute at extortionate prices Immediately the Commissioner s"ttt for Inspector Mo Cluskey, He told him ihat information had come io Police Headquarters that speculators would be swarming at tht Polo Grounds entrance to-day. that these speculators would try to hold up base ball patrons and that thero had been sonie taik that politicians were interested in the speculators' game. "Your order.-," said Waldo to McClus key. "are to arrest every man you see try ing lo sell tickets outside the Polo Grounds box office 1 don't care who they are. Arrest em. It's a shame and a scandal that such things should bo attempted." Another result of the indignation xvhieh swept all over town yesterday as an outcome of the ticket sale.- was a meet ing held last evening at the Hotel Breslin hy liaseball enthusiasts who have com? here ftom Buffalo. Roche -ter and othar cities along the New- ork Central. As semblyman Cyrus W, Phillips of Monroe county presided and said some pretty sharp things to the 300 or more up-Staters who had lieen held up by the specu lators "I believe." said ihe Assemblyman, "that Hie time lias come to put profes sional baseball under ihe new State Ath letic Commission I shall introduce a lull to thut efl'ecl at the next session, It strikes me. as it seems to strike a good many thousand pie to-day, that base liall is as much in need of regulation as i., boxing. W hen baseball managers drag the sport into the mire by disposing of tickets io i peculator-, and Ihen CompO ihe spoil lover lu go into a mad scramble im- scats at extortionate prices it is time to call a halt (ieurge W. Smith of Rochester, an