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Probably rain to-day; unsettled to-morrow; moderate easterly winds. UYL VOL. IHIX.-NO. TO. NEW YORK. THURSDAY NOVEMBER i. 1S11. cMfH mi. i pmumg aa mohi, PRICK TWO CENTS. I STREET CLEANERS ON STRIKE DM n D m in its ii n i it if is mri r. ii. i Tell fommtaalnner Mnwarrt in I rt Them Go Btli If rcrM.r. in I ft outran. Rilwarrta Ham. Mm Ttlfl Wont He Taken llii.i, . n driver and helpers of tin- Rtreci ining D0partRM.HI nil mk l inttht 1111 protest Bgalflal night Work ini Inoreaecd pay. The drivers and together with up 'iriw and tablemen nr. organised aa local ass of International Brotherhood uf Team The triko, wliicii Invotvea ..Vx) . - mill was Voted fof ill 11 Secret mrsting .f tha man in Sunday, whan II - 1 Ided Mint ihe nian would g uiil . 11 nighl work waa discontinued. Mi- -inUo win. brought abotii by tha Ml "f r'ommiaaloncr Kdward ol iha irtmeni ..ml Mayor Oaynot lo eon ...(.. tin demand fif ihe abolition nl t Ichl work. In the early part of tha day 1 delegatl n ladhy W II tahton. nrgnnlx fiiu ! tematlonal Brotherhood ol rontnntera. md Oeorga Pfaaion. secretary of tin l Cleaning Drlvara Union, called 1 Mayor Oaynor and demanded thai nighfl collection "f garhngo ahould ba away with unlaaa tha man of tha street t loaning Depaetinoni ware ald intra for tha night work They obtained 1 satisfaction from the Mayor, who told the delegation thai he regarded tha nighl removal of aahea as a public convenience. 1 delegation then went over to tho office Street .',iiT' romtniaaionar Ed wards, where they threatened that a Mr . wu ild le called at night unlaaa the net of tha department ware paid extra 1 it for tiignt work vr Bdwarda aald 1 it waa ti"t in a position t" promise . higher rata of pay in the way of "extras" tor nigh 1 work, and after tha delegation left him ha communicated with the Mayor, tailing Mr. Oaynor of tha anawer he had made In reply the Mayor t. t tliia let tor to 1 ommlaaioner Edward in regard la tha threatened strike ..t the driver and garbage collectors of your department ba to good .1 lo notify them .it ..nee by gener.il order to strike ut 11 noon aa they aee Rt. vtnl to it that no. .. ue of the striker set back tut., the 1 Itj .ii'ioyiii.'iit again. can -' ..! us thout theni li will inconvenienee Ihe houaahoMara for a tea day, but they will - irid it patiently. Lei the coiitntot t.jm he reort.lt to if lieceaaary. 1 1 .it. paya the tnee of your depa rtntent 1 1 ah- et waaen for Ihe ghortertt hour-., and ill .idditinn 11 penaion laa wrn (Niaaed tor Ihem Unt winter if they think they I'ttn make the city conform to their dit tatlon by atrik me tiiev will and tbetnaelve grievously mistaken Tha city biieim liaa to iet .lone 11 the Charter prescribe and no Itrike can force 11 to he don in any other w;. The city i not in the position ofa private employer and uhi to maK.' any term with no employee it eci in w. .1 t; i . n. Mayor street rieanni 1'ommiasioner V. I warda'a letter aent out yesterday to the stab)., foramen waa aa follow r understand tha there I nme iit--tattsfaetlon on the part 't the driver on account of night work, 1 want the driver in the Department of Street ' leanlna lo thoroughly understand that niaht aoi . v, 1 11 ko on an aaual. and any absentees m ..n failing to if.i to work w ill he dlsmisei ir.-ni the Departmenl or street cieaniuii and never i. allowed to return. s,ible foremen will luspend any man raillna to tfo to wi.rU au.i wilt forward r iraea to the main odloe. looordlng to (ieornn Preeeot t buainea agent of the union, the trike will extend f -non are put in the plaoea of the atrikeni 1 .. men had been talking etrike for week and once before made a threat of a strike, I :, it the Mrike talk mopped after the men iere told thut if they ipiit work none of mem would ever be employwi uBam Huaineaa Agent Preeeott said laet evening I tt.t th" men meant buainea this time n ...in tht Mvnr (l.-.vnnr wi.s the only one who wanted tnglit work. The en, ho said, had to obey Mayor Oaynor : the Mayor wanted night work He lievad, he said, that Commissioner Kdwarda, if lie had his own way. would al -h night work. I he Mronx ha three stable of the de partment, Stable I, at MS Kant 153H street; Stable I., at lSDth street and Tieboul ue, and stable 0, in Weatoneater v ,g.- rj.y work ia still in force at the t not led and it was not known las' What act ton the men of the stable Would take. I n men ul stables I. and I went out at I lock, the full force of seventy men ing out of B table 1 und of fifty men 1 n g out of Stable L. Deputy 1 omtnisaioner O'Brien, in charge nl The Bronx, wa hi Station I when Ihe came in at a0 o'clock, their usual The men went to the locker rooms. II a their working clothes and lined up d . us isl for the roll call. At the roll call tap :ty Commissioner O'Brien read to tho men tha letters of Mayor Oaynor and Com- ner l.dwards. When he bad fin had reading the men, apparently in ac rfiu nee lib iimmimil nlan turner! ti.fir racks, walked liack upstairs to the, Court today by his wife, who was Miss Incite, room and changed baok to their Adine Bouvier. of a St. Louis French pio Mreu clothes. Then they all inarched neer family. They wer married on August out. t'- The staging of the walkout at station L ' Uo Itassieur. her attorney, said to-day tl muoh tha earn. Here ulo the men ! Tony r'ausl has lieen suffering from 'i" -e, dH if for work, listened to the paresis for four months and that hi case g of the letters from the head of ; i considered hopeless by Kastern and SI. 'he department and the Mayor -the read- ing waa dune in thlscaae by thestatilefore and then all hands got out of their U I rn and marched out. At neither of tne. stations was a word Bpokon by Iha men. A stable 0, at Seventeenth street and vei ue C. the 100 drivers answered roll call at 10 o'clock, but did not even put their unifonna. After answering to the roll call they walked out into the fc'reet ,md then, after a short consultation uno,i; themselves, started off for the headquarter! of the Teamatera Union. t Forty-ninth street and Fighth avenue. Commissioner Edwards got in touch lth Polioa Commissioner Waldo yester day afternoon and asked that protection '" ivi n to ihe various stables and dump etationa of the Street Cleaning Depart 1nt last night m view of the threatened 'lift! "ui'ies Accordingly one iMiliceman wiis.,cut to each of the stables and dump- mg Itationa from the nearest police ta- w bouxa and instructions wereejaot out i . r. Coutinujd on Fourth Page. v mt. 11 1 1 r . n 1 it. iiix.ii.it mi Ipper itiri. ft riling itnom mill 1 righicnerf ft amen. Thecreel ofa fifty fool wave wept over the Low ..r iha North Herman Lloyd liner Kronpriiianenln 1 'ecilie. In yeatarday. whan aha wa In mldnreuh on rinttirdny morn Ing. flottdlng th bridge, carrying away part ol 1 he forward r.iii of the bridge and breaking ihe port of n writing room on Iha proineuntle deck, where thorn ware several woman Their Hlghi hum Iha water ii. it roared through iha port threw other women lg4o momentary fright. The big ship, which had Iteen ..1 half eieed, wae tdowe.1 down (.1 lift md tho frightened one hud a chance lo recover. The Invasion ol ihe m w.t iha culmlna ti'.n of n three day t impeal Tha blaat. t apt llogemann 11 Id, . No In (Beau fort iicalet, whicii t eaveiity mile, nud it wa wt.i tiiirt 1 enei getlcnlly on Tu day that only wo of the Mn caltin paaeen geraahowcil n Ittnchaon. ('apt ilamaa Pierre Itrotiiiiard who w a veteran ocean Irnvetler, ..ini he w.-nt aa fgf aa tha i'-..r of ihe HtiliMin aval aw Iha two horoos eat Ing, but tl .it he ilnl nol liko tho niy- lurvincti t the atewarde ami Iwiatineaa of th.. aloon, Smong Ihe Kronprinaeaein' paaaen ger were In Paul (inn. of Berlin, who will attempt t" croaa the Atlantio In a illrigible in Man h, Martlng from Tene niTo t'anary Inlanda, with the hope of landing it Rnrlmdo, n diatanca of 1.400 milea, The dirigible, the Nuchard. it -so foot hitiu. with engine that can drive her, according t,. Dr. Ciena, ahoul twenty eight mile an hour. He artll n t.. Waah niKtoti io explain Iuk plan-, to Ppmldenl Taft and aak ror a warahlp lo look out fr him at the end "f hi flight, Two Herman emitter will him off from TenerinY Other tnengera by Ihe Kronprlnaaa -0 were ihe Princaea Qhika of Rumania and her niece, Prlnceaa Boa Nauroea dabi, win, will join Prince Ohika in New foundland on hunting trip; Mr. and Mrs. w K VnndarMlt. Mi Barbara Ruther- fnrl. KooK'.ini Vititltrot. Aeitant Sc- retary the Snvy; KlbridgeT. Oerry, the Marqui ,i".t Marqulaa Plnar del Rio, Mr. t"ooter Hewitt, Whitney Warren and Mr and Mra, Hamilton W. Cary. 11 t n stuti in n I i.rrlc el I lie i ai line of the i ir-t i lepnant iiraiighi Here. Lone, long ag" long may not doubt the word of i lady press agent i bimbo, greatest ..t the elephant people, travelled in Mr Rami m caravan with Carrie. Whose s,i v ,,s only slightly less than li I hey entertained the highest regard lor each othet dividing peanuts and what other xpoil came to their Irunka. When in the course ,.f time Jumbo lost his life the faithful Can never again achieved perfect cheerfulnes M Ilneeeandan uncertain dlMdtion replaced the ami ability for which she had been noted yesterday Carrie died of pneumonia at her home in the Hippodrome I' is poeeible thai she might hive oonu.uered the ailment had the ambition to I've lieett there Hut it was entirely lacking, a the la.tv press agent obaarwod. Painty morsel of grain mash tailed to tempt her. Hweetmeata were wasted ii her melancholy Memories of Jumbo held her to the last. said the lady press agent, At . M yesterday -he sank down, not nil at once, i.ut gradually, rolled upon le-r left side and I '.-itbed her !.i-: Her companions. Lena, Roxy and Jennie, trumpeted shrilly, awakening the entire tn. 'lingerie that is housed in tl elliir of the Hippodrome Old Lena, shackled next to the corpse, touched it once with her trunk, then backed to the limit of her picket ropa, awaying nervously Within a lew weeks Carrie will rejoin Jumbo, 'The skeleton of that mighty eleph hi' I aat up in the America ti Museum of Natural History, and the museum has acquired tames Umes in order that 11 may mount them on a p kit form next to umbo, Laat evening Dr. Martin J. Potter, the veterinary whose almost daily job il is "ire anacondaa of the itomachaone, pull lion' teeth, manicure bean and otherwise safeguard the health and com t. rl of the Hippodrome animals, em balmed I arrie She was one of the first elephants brought into this country The old John Robinson olrcill exhibited her more than fifty years ago. Then P. T Rarnimi bought her. Mterward she was the property of aeveral circus men. passing finally to the ownership of Rill Power. Ml Power is now out West with a troupe of performing elephanta, It wasdesired to preserve Carrie'l remains until Mr. Power returned to tins city, )r Potter said last night that Carrie was at. least 100 years old. perhaps more. She was worth tS.OOU. .VIS II. TO TEST TOW FAl'ST'S .... dm ..... .... . Wife Hie. HIM In . m.rt Mleglng Incur- am. areslN. St . Lot is, Mo . Nov I Application for , an inquiry Into the sanity of Anthony! K. P (Tony) KatlBt, aged V president of the St. !,,,uis Catering ( nipany ano brother of K.dward Fauat e-prosinein of Ihe Anheuser-Husch Brewing Associa It Inn, was filed in the st. ijmis Probata i-ouis nww wpmnmimtm Totiy Faiial was brought back to St. Louis two weeks ago from New York, where oxert troalmeni failed to im prove him. it is stated. Tony Faust has managed Faust's famous cafe, founded by his father, Tony Faust, Sr., for ten years Mount lloljoke I'rlehratr Anniversary. SoUTU ll.UU.hY, Mass., Nov. 8. In Mary Lyon Chapel to-day the seventy- fifth anniversary of the founding of Mount Holyoke College was observed. F"ol- gtfM 0rT of New York et a llroken lowing the student lo enter the chapel I rm In London were the fuculty and trustees, with Miss I priai t ool luipatrH ui Tub Srs Mary F.mmii Woolley. president of the! London, Nov. 8 - -Edna Hoff, an Ameri oollege, and tha apeakar or the . day, j -M WM mn (1()W1, ,)V all BUt4. President W llliam H. P. ! ounce of Brown lnoWe herB to-day. Her arm was broken University. I d BhM waM bttdv cut Hhe i recover- An interesting feature of founders day , , was the reunion of the '15 year class. mi. H..ff. mother liv.w at the Calumet f which sutecn memhora were present Rnfta'PiVI-'who Vefifi f T ukwt;Y A; BONO- CO., 13 Kulloo It, N. Aat. SOCIALISM THE NEW FACTOR m r Mtr sunn s i.iti it 1. i s tii inn 1. imt 1 1 in tin vmr. antlHtaiet Ta 1 tw rhrei rr Miner tlmeeii Kleeleo in mi rule f Mam Niairti tMemblymen snit 1 Hatrrn IKtataturr t.iiln In l'll talr. from end t. Hoclallal vote in 'I ueaday'a etui of iha country the nhowed emphatic gain eel Ion Htnl Hodallat ran didatCi f..r tumor ti. ere elected In many Siato. The xtrangth manlfe ai mktliam w-m perh ip ettin feature of an 1 by political the moMt intara ,T year com ...t . facialis; leader attributed Ihwr party s allowing .. aatralghtout, na( oral growth, (id party manager figured differently, saving thai Ihe homy Increase was due to lie; ublicana ami Democrata who wore dineat tsllif I with local condition am1 w isie -i 10 rebuke candldatea who had disploaaed Ihem, inonc the more important victone. achieved iiy the Boclall! were the elec tion of thr.s Aesetublynien In the Kaai on., in thw Rtate ..ne In Rhode Island and one in Maaaachuentte; eleven Mayors in Ohio, a Mayor In ihl state (Bchanec lady 1, Mayors in 1 tab. Mlnneaota, Penn sylvania and Mississippi and municipal officer in many States of the West and South. Morris Hillqtlil I he leader of t he Social ist party in this city, said last night that the vote bad doubled in fifty Eastern Pttie over last year and that m some in stances Ihe Increase had been as much .1 Hi Ml per colli In this ootmty the Socialist vote tumped 13 s-r cent In Ifilii the leading Socialist candidate received about ift,60U votes; i' I tOB, 7.&00 iin fuesday last the candidate for Sheriff polled nearly 13.01X1 vote Morn- HUlqUtt, who was the party V csn- didate for Justice of the Muprvnie Court received i.'si The Socialist centre ha moved uptown and the Twenty-second I lurt v -so. ,1 ,i 1 Thirty-third Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth As-embly districts are now the strongholds of the party The victories which caused most jubi lation at the Social 11 headquarter here Were achieved at Schenectady The KeV George B Lunn, the candidate for Mayor w ho swamped his Republican .md Demo cratic opponents and took ins whole ticket into office with him put out a state ment last nusiit saying that people n edn't be afraid thai the Socialist- would bank rupt Schenectady There was good news f,, the Socialists also in the result of the Assoml.lv race in the Schenectady diatrict Por the first lime in tho State's history a Ho iabst waa elected to the Legislature Herbert M Merrill, a young man. defeated hi Republican opponent i.y nearly I.OOQ Rhode Island broke a similar record by electing a Booiailst Assemblyman, Or. .lain.. I" tMd.'tn "vhw Iflnth Representa tive district I .r. Hold's victory was attributed, however, to his personal popularity, as Hie si.- Island waa one of the few Stales in which the Socialist made no noteworthy gains In Maa sachusotts a Bocialial Assemblyman wa reelect ed, Charles II Morrill, who has bean for two terms the only member of his patty in the Itay State's beglelature. The revised return from Ohio -how that out of ninety-three Mayoralty eon tests the Socialist- were suocessful ill eleven, the llemocrats v. inning fortv thr.s. and the Republicans thirty-six, with three in doubt The complete returns elect Socialist Mayors 111 ('.niton, Barberton, Cuyahoga Falls, Salem, st Marys, Ixraln, Foatorla. Martin Kerry, Toronto, Lima and Mounl Vernon, while in Kenmore the result is stiii m doubt 'I here was an extraordinary Increase all over the State in Ihe Socialist vole In many towns the Socialists elected Coundimen In several towns ami cities their candidates for Mayor were beaten by a few votes only. A Socialist was beaten in tile town of Conneaut by live votes only In Columbus the Sociails! candidate for Mayor made a close light of it for second place with the Republican candidate, a Democrat gaining the elec tion easily. Congressman Victor L. Berger of Mil waukee made a statement last night in which he predicted that the Socialist parly would poll 1,000,000 voles in 11112. They had 20.000 tn lstt'.', when they lirst went into a national election. The showing made in Pennsylvania and Now York was pleasing lo th. Socialist leaders here. Buffalo nearly doubled its Socialist vole, while large gains were I made in Qloveravilte. HoroaU. Rochester, ' (jiens Kalis, Syracuse and Amsterdam. Over in Pennsylvania the Socialists eWted ()f Jj m Kea(jillK, thp hone of preHjlle , ieorKe f, Baer of the Read rajlrott() Warier of the party here said that Ihe ,,, u.a ,K.iitical socialism will .ai,,. ranK wjt,in a few years w ith the older ,,..rll,.K Morris Hillauil thoiighi social- ism had got to a point where s,liticians must reckon with it whether they want to or not. Charles Fxiward Russell agreed with Hillquil and added that the older, parties would try lo lo.u ine people try organizing a fake reform party in order to cheat the Socialist party out of its earned rewards. Julius Gerber, secretary or the New York local of the .Socialist partv advanced reasons for Ihe gams made'at Tuesday's election. "One of these." he said, i the Govern- , Hie negro voters in ine lower counties. ment'H prosecution of the trusts which This provides that a single mistake in caused plants to shut down and throw validates tho entire ballot. It has cost many men out of work. We have made ! the Republicans thousands of votes, but decided progress in manufacturing towns, j this is the lirst time it has hit the Derao- In Reading, Pa., we carried practically ..il of the ticket. We carried Newcastle ,.Milv It was the best showing all over the country that we ever made." AI TO KISS HOWN SINOBR. Hotel in New York city. No ThankstfH ln dinner without ANlioMTI'KA tyn't'.ltS. v. orld renew ntid pMllicr; cxiitlUIni , asvsr, - .w. 11 is MtMts i:11 TED, iiiM.ni in il In i.i-ti mill linllnns Hinnr l olls on I ranee. ,Pr4l PtfMf ItfiffltililirM tn 'I'll SI'S 1 1 sis, Nov s I'ne Arab population lu re is in an ugly mood and "military patriots" have cleared the mosipies II. ih. in. armed with revolvers and I, line-, attacked a group of Arabs in the Baho1lka quarter to-day, and there were number , i kilted ami wounded on both side- Ihe Italian consulate i strongly guarded RoMK, Nov It. The tioxernment ex presse.l diplomatically yesterday the hope thai Prafice would fulfil her duty in protecting ihe 130,000 Italian subjects in lulus The Prench Ambassador has replied that Prance will do it duty. Mtnlatci ol Koreign ffairs Ulollttl ha. telegraphed to the Prench iiress to protest agalnai iha accusation of t noli y at Tripoli. im.iss nil.HKS itn.isi i iti ik and I tt. a nil Hoed tiavernmenten i ikiu le tiring Out lam IngelesVale, Lo- tNnKbKa t'al., Nov. With the fnte of Socialism iii Los Angeles as th" incentive to stir them to prodigious effort- registrar working for the Socialist- and ihe iomhI Oovemment forces had registered i,l women when their work ceaaed this . veiling. line mote day remain, and it I pos sible that 76,01X1 women will ba registered by that tune. The total registration is now IM.7BX, ihe light f..r control ot the munici pality is takfng mi a bitterness that is ii a bitterness that is ... u i . , 1 The Hoclallsts charge I becoming acute an alliance of Rig Business" against them I heir only newspaper support in the daily field is given by the triors' (ien II ti Otis, owner William II Hearst, owner no r, and Eda In T. Earl rYibunc and the Kxptf f the T i ia if tile f.'rnm iwner of the all of whom have I n enemies for years, are aligned against Socialism TheMocialial ticlvt led in the primaries ) The election takes place December SOCIALISTS WIS SEW CASTLE. i Heel ior. titeven retmcllmen and i Twa tsesen, Ntw ('ASTLK, Pa . Nov The election yesterday was a gr.-.t victory for the socialist party in Lawrence county in New Castle the Socialists elected the Mayor, eleven Coundimen and two City s sors In Wheatland they swept the entire ticket from Burgeee down, ami a, Pymatunlng townahip thev elected live school directors The fight in this city was a hard one, and Walter V Tyler, the Socialist Candi date, hmi leas than 5.i majority. The vote for Mayor stood: 'Tyler. Socialist. i Tos Oilkey, Independent, I.S3S, ami Reynolds. Republican. 1,087 Three members of Select Council and eight of Common Council were elected by the Socialists, and the two vacancies on Ihe Roard of City Assessors will be Qlled by members pi that party. . . Hiss PROMISES TO Ql IT. M)or litgrrnlil of Huston lso Nas this TcraCl Ills Is.t. Boston, Nov. s Massachusetts and Boston Republicans heard some good new to-day. Lust they learned that Gov Kose will not Is. a candidate for that offii again, and secondly. Mayor T il agerald annoum-ed that he will tie satisfied to retire after si n ing his full term of four year. Ther, is a difference at the State Houhc at m mt the Fobs retirement This morn ing he wa reortod to have announced positively thai at the end of the coming year he would retire from politics and d. vote himself to hi private business. 0o li s issued a denial of thi in the afternoon, saying it wa unauthor ized Secretary Boknan said thai while Qo 1 ,ss might not try for a third term he absolutely denied that he was out of politico, which my ana that hp may lie a candidate for United States Senator, Vice-President or Pnmdont Gov. Poaa'a plurality m about B.Ouo. T'lie press tabulations do not agree, but late reports put it above S.trno. The entire Republican ticket with the excep tion of Krothingham wa successful tine branch of the Ugislature ia more strongly Republican than in IBID. In the House the Republicans will have 112 members, as against 128 last year, while the Senate remains the name, 26 Republicans and 14 Democrats H, Morrill of Haverhill was Bocialial elected to the House. eecds himself. 'The Democrats lost IH members in the House and 2 seata are yet to be decided. Tin inmiaaion form of government suffered defeat in Chelsea and Cam - bridge yesterday, but won in Ixiwell andj La WT a Doe, MISTAKES WON IS MARYLAND ItrreN of llemoeratle Voter Kleeted Itrputtllcau ;oernor. Bai.timobk, Nov 8. Unofficial returns from all of Ihe counties in the State show that Phillips le Goldsborough. Ihe Republican candidate for Governor, was elected by 2,7110 majority, but both his running mates on the ticket are defeated Harrington. Democrat. Tor ( omptroller. winning out by about 1,000 and Poe for Attorney-General by several thousand. Goldsborough primarily owes his else- tion to a law which wa designed to worry crats. in Baltimore ity an independent i candidate lor auuge m ae Orphan Court used the party designation or pro- , gressive Democrat." Three were to be elected. Ill marking their ballots about I 3 00(1 Democrats, paving no attention to the names, marked next to "Democrat" and made the mistake of marking for four. Tho Republican had advised their election official to throw all auqh ballots I out. The Democratic official protested against throwing them out, but the super visors of elections instructed them to comply with the law. and out they went. They ooat the Democratic candidate hia election. gM Bpulaani iml.nv Nyienr Kxhlblt, i si Madison 8iuars tiardsn. thta wrel.. KIB apple and farm prodnrU dtsplsy. Illua usual Islk mi yuuUicatl dally, i :m atft. GIFTS E. A. ABBEY PLANNED nil A. hKPKNMtn ON WIFK'A HEATH BKf'OHK HIM. Hut Nhr sun flrfa Mini lifts All M Inrrx imt iiis Project by Which I 'er car an nailery win nave the Ptek af liniliiti'i R)il radem RxklMtlan. 'The will of Edwin Austin Abliey, Ihe American artii-t. who died iii London on August 1. leaves the hulk of a large e-tate to establish a fund for the purchase of naintings lot the American nation, noon condition that his wife, who wa- Man Gertrude Mend, had died before him or al Ihe same time Mrs. Abbey is still living and is now at the home of her father, Frederick Mead, at i West Kitty-sixth street An intimate friend of the artist and his widow said last night that Mrs. Abbey i- likely to cany out hot husband's wishes al some future lime I he w ill was died for probate yesterday by 111. law firm "f Simpson, Thaehor A Bart let I The petition accompanying the will slated that Mt Abliey left personal property valued at over ltO.000, bill no 1 real property in this country. Ill estate is said to be worth upward of 11,000,000, In case his wife survived him t lie artist left all ins property to her The testator said that if his wife pro- ileceitseil I, on Iteooests of l'. ej.eh were , , to tfo to several servants ntid 11.000 each , ...... and the letter's two children His sister, .lane Kiple Toosey. was to have an annuity of It ,300. Alfred Parsons, the Royal Academician, wa to have an annuity of 11,000, The will also directed that Mr. Abliey's London house. Chelsea Lodge, was to go to the members of the Koyal Academy of Arts for the use of the president of the Royal Academy as his residence. All the furnishings, including a bronaa bust by Onslow ford, R A . and a portrait in oils of Mrs Abbey drawn by Mr. Abbey. together with all tin- furniture and plate, were to ffo to the Roval Aosdamv with the house, Mr Abbey directed that his library at Morgan Hall. Kairiieid. Gloucestershire, Bngland, be given to the members f the Academy and removed to I helsea Lodge, , trial at Chestertield. or if the members so desired- ! dis- ! A guard was placed over Reattje. who tributed in the rooms of the students. was permitted to take a few simple arti The will provided a trust fund of 130. mm j rles into his cramped quarters. for the maintenance of Chelsea Lodge To the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New Fork Mr. Abbey left ..il of his ongi- , mil drawings. 13.1 in number, made to illustrate the comedies of Shakespeare, and also his original color design for illustrating the tragedies of ShakesHare which are now in the custody of Harper , A Brae, The w ill also left to the museum I his painting "Hamlet and ihe painting' of his wife's mother. Mary E Mead, by .1. S. Sargent The will left to the Hoslon Art Museum i Mr. Ar.My-of"igin.n drawings to iUu - 1 trate (foldsmith's "Deserted tillage. ! and to the National Gallery of BriUah Art he left his painting "The i runaders Sighting Jerusalem." In case of Mrs. Abliey death before him the testator provided that if her consent had been obtained all hi right to the property known as the Dyckmau 1 tract, owned by her father, Frederick Mead, be sold and the proceeds invested ill "safe and sound British or American securities, or mortgages secured by New York oitv real estate " "Having had long eaperience of)he care and intelligence with which the business of the Royal Academy is conducted by its memliera." the testator says, he gives his residuary estate to create the Mead Abliey Fund, to be expended in the pur chase of the best works of art from the annual exhibition of the Royal Academy, "such works of art so purchased to he forwarded at the expense of said fund to the Corcoran Gallery al Washington to lie the property of the T inted States of America." The will directs that a label be affixed to each painting stating that it was pur chased with the Mead-Abbey Fund. CHICAGO'S OLDEST VAS HE AH. I .Tin. ml. . ,1 ones I. ..i s Hut at Ul flrr One lla' lllnrs. CHIOAOOi Nov. k. Fernando Jones died to-day at his home. 1834 Prairie avenue He was Chicago's oldeat in- CMarles habitant, and for years tho most picltir the only esque person among the survivors of the He sue- ' city's pioneer days. 1 Although 81 years old. this vigorous j man. who a a youth of 15 ventured into i the Indian infested region that is now I Chicago, did not confess defeat in his 1 struggle against advancing age until yesterday morning. Then advice of physicians and Then he gave in to the attendants and went to bed. where he stayed for the fn.ii. t.n... a..n. iuj him. CLI.VBS OF THE II 0RKMANS. Hevrn NOW Ulaclcr Explored and 31 ooo Koot Peak Conquered. ..vi Cable Denpatch tn in Sl'N. Bombay, Nov. 8. Dr. Workman and Mr. Fanny Bullock Workman have oom- peted their Himalayan expedition They explored seven new glaciers and aacended a virgin peak 21.000 feet above I the level of the sea. AEROPLANE TO Hl'NT WOLVES. Texas 4 tiii ini n Order Machine to Pro tect Their Herd. I GALVB8TON, Tex.. Nov. 8.-Ten ranch men owning 1 Ml. 000 acre in Peoo. Brew ' aler and El Paao counties stocked with ' 100,000 cattle have invested in an aero plane, not for pleasure nut to no tnoir r . ... . . lands ot the wolves, paniiieia anu uiouu- t.am lion, which kill caitle. G'ey eatimaie inm iv cost inen. a month for men to hunt the wolves, not to nientiou the thousands of dollar 1 worth of cattle killed. Some or the cattlemen employ hunters by the month i to kill wolvea, while othera pay bounties i.r from 1.1 to 17 for acaJpa. Agents for aeroplanea have been work ing on the propoaition and the first ma onTne haa been ordered and will be built eapecially for tliia uae. It will carry two men and it la planned to penetrate the wild country and deapatoh beasts of prey with guna from a safe dtstanoe in the air. ' - .in i hi k arxtiNO WATen. "II. rsrltx ha. Sua It fanuui ." .IJi. s i i i.srito ii. is KILLttD. Prench steamship 1'sssenBrrs llrlna 'W I'rem Venernela, sponl l ahlr Dripntrh in Tnr. si n RonnKAt'X, Nov. Passengers aboard tha steamship l'eroii. from l,a fluayra. assert that Cipriiino ( 'astro has been murdered in Vener.uela. nor $13.1 irii oi.n nrrns. smimhimo hmi iiiintK i p Mr. Payian'i lonc Hint Ulvet It Hack. Major Wallace Wlnoholl. who has charge of the Home at 364 Salvation Army Industrial Brie street. Jersey City. received a telephone message from the Fourth precinct station late on Tuesday night that Mrs T. Payson of 21 t'lerk street had given the home's salvage men a lot of old (taper in which were two envelop.- containing I3H In bills. "We would like lo have a search made for the money. " said the desk lieutenant "Send a detective down and I'll turn nut my men to help him." replied Major Wlnoholl, Detective Sergeant Tom Collins went to the home with a cotton book, and about twenty men were set to work sorting over waste paper which had been delivered by the collectors. After a long search i oiiinss hook turned up the lost envelopes, and Mrs. Payson. Who Watched the pro- Deeding, gave an exclamation of joy. The money was found intact. Major W'liu hell was just as delighted as Mrs. Payson over the recovery of the money He said last night that he always keeps stag onload of paper and other !tftlnM sooi.ri.tc so t lukt lost articles T.iav be tealily found if housekeepers notify htm that thev have unintentionally given away something that they wanted to keep. BBA ttii: is Tin: heath HOUSE. tin I. no, in I Wife Murde rer Will DM In the I'liair an Nevember it. Bit HMOND, Va , Nov. h. -Henry Clay Beattie, Jr., who is under sentence to die in the electric chair on November 24 for wife murder, was conveyed from the city jail to the State, iienitentiary thiB morning. Where he is the only occupant of murderers' row, a few steps from the electric chair. The prisoner greeted Bupt, Wood of the penitentiary cheerfully and went to the death ehamtier with the same smi.'e that characterised htm during the days of the CALLS HEARST SI'OIIT PIKER, lodgers lief uses (up May MSO.IMMI I'rle Wa Nat Offered to He Won. Pasadena, Cel., Nov. (, Calbraith P. Rodger, the aviator who flew from the Atlantic to the Pacific, making a new world's reeoril declined at a hanuuvt given in his honor here to-night to accept a ISOO cup offered to him by a representa- tive of William K. Hearst. Rodger said that Mr. llaarst was a ' Vk-T and Unit more valuable cups were given to the winners of u. significant yacht races. "If he wants to show that lie is a true sportsman." said the avintor. "let him renew his offer of 150,000 with the intention that somebody may win the money His original offer was never made to lie won." Rodgcrs may attempt a flight along, the Pacific coast from Los Angeles to Ban r rani'isco. He is building a new aeroplane. SARATOGA -WILL RE W ETTER. Rrpulillcan BaWtOd Supreme Court .lu- ttee In the Fourth 111 rlet. Saraiooa. Nov. H. The no license movement, which has been making in roads in Saratoga county in late years, received a severe check yesterday when the towns of Hchuy lerville and Corinth changed from dry to wet and Stillwater. Half moon and Rallston defeated no license by large majorities. Greenfield, Wilton and Malta remain dry. Kdward 0. W'hitmyer, Republican, re- liivnf Dnr..r.Wi,,rih. Supreme Court. Fourth Judiciary dis- j United Cigar Stores Company, but fier trict, over Justice J. A. Kellogg, Demo- mit" ,h, ownership and conduct of the crat. The Republicans will control the ! retail tobacco business by the four oor next Board of Supervisors. 12 to 8. porations. It enjoins the twenty-nine ' individual defendants from increasing ESTRANGED SO YEARS; WILL WED III! Ill llu, Hi i ii Married and Widowed Mince Childhood lane Time. OMAHA. Neb., Nov. S. Immediately after receiving the returns indicating his reelection to tho bench Judge William Kastman of Omaha last night left for Buffalo, N. Y , where to-morrow he will be married to Mrs Sarah ,1 Green of that city. Judge Kastman and Mrs. Green were childhood sweethearts but became es tranged, hastman came West and mar ried and the girl did likewise in the Fast. Kaatman'a wife and Mrs. Green's hus- band died a number of years ago. While Mlieit.l...g (v. ..., , ' ,,,, HIII..II ihbi J the two met for the first time in fifty years. The marriage was contingent upon Judge Eastman being reelected. Both are more than 70 years old. IS'TERS ATIOXAL It. R. COSTROL. I snail to Renew Negotiations With I . H. tor a t'ommlailon. Ottawa, Nov. 8. Judge Mabee, chair man of the Canadian Railway Commis sion, announced to-day that the nego tiations for establishing an international commission to regulate freight and pas senger rates which were liegun last year hero and in Washington would lie re sumed. Frank Coohrane, Minister of Railways, will take up the matter with the United Statea Government soon after r. .... - -- 1 , ,rl aa .,.,, Maid I . ,-rlt, v Such a . - coramlaaion is absolutely necessary if we are to have any control over the railways 1 Oeneral made in open court Judge La in reapect of through traffic" combe taken up In order. The first, that It ia understood here that Mr. Prouly noue of the new oompaniea shall have an of the United States Interstate Commerce 1 officer or director serving aa officer Commiaaion has formulated a plan for . or difector of any other of the oompaniea, the international commission and has is approved, tliia injunction running for a submitted il to Prime Minister Borden. period of five years. To the next objeo- tion qualified approval ia given. Mr. Ueorge W. Perkins to Nprak. i Wickersham asked that the principal Although it was first reported that I company dispose of stocks in aoceeaory George W. Perkina would not apeak ' companies and that each of the aooee at the dinner of the Academy of Political aory companie dispose of the stocks Science. Mr Perkins has changed hia i heM by lt in tllH pnnojpai Bnt each ot plan so that he wll be able to apeak. As .1 I - . I k-U L' .1 I Ul- " XiTjiT 1 HWS"" " 8lIIr"'i WUI vm W nun n II1 niatn Simmy COURT APPROVES TOBACCO PLAN Wickersham Unanimously Overruled on Impor tant Points. NO FIVE YEAR PROBATION United Cigar Store Business Not to Be Sold A Three Year Injunction Term. The TTnited States Circuit Court foTl.ha southern district of New York, .Judge Laoombe, Cote, Ward and Noyes, hart unanimously approved a plan for the reorganization. FagH lust men t and re habilitation of the American Tobacco Company, whose dissolution was ordered by the Cnited State Supreme Court on May 79. In the language of the highest, court, which remanded the case with specific direct ions to the court below, tho latter ha ordered a plan for "diesolving the combination and for ris-reatinR out of the elements now composing it. a new condition which shall honestly Vie In har mony with and not repugnant to the law." Neither tinder the common law nor under statute law has anything like thi lajen done before, Never liefore since the Sherman law was enacted have there been corKrat ion engaged in inter state commerce whose organization waa thus judicially rwogniz.ed as legal. The four companies into which the American Tobacco t'ompm . is divided cannot he attacked on the ground of organization, according to the decision of the Circuit (lourt. Never before, also, have the courts presented a model for the conduct of big busuios or attempted to show how that business ciuld 1 conducted in a big and yet a legal way. This court," said Judge Noyes in his opinion, "is required to enter into the examination of questions economical as well as legal and to depart from t ho function of determining existing contro versies to the decision of the legality of 1 future proioeed action The duty im- i posed is extraordinary because the 8u preme Court in imposing it wa dealing with an extraordinary situation." what the dkcisio means. From the standpoint of economics the decision means t hat the corporal ion which controls no more than 40 per cent, of the business in which it is engaged is immune, from prosecution under the Sherman law. that the rights of security holders in whatever corporation continue to be protected by the courts and that any oor Kration can manage its affair so as to conform with law and do it without loss to bondholders or shareholders. The reorganization plan as previously announced provides for the disintegration of the company into four companies, no one of which is to lie a monooly or I to control more than to er cent, of the j business in any branch of tobaOOO. In its 1 general features the fCircuit Court ap proves this plan. 'Tile Attorney-General asked for many modilioation and re strictions. The important requests the court refuses. It refuses to order that for live years the case lie kept open and Ihe companies lie kept under the ( direction of the court. Ii refuses to order me sale oi in- property oi ins their holdings of securities in the four constituent companies, but puts the perhxl of 'In. injunction at three years instead of live It ordered that the company which is to I' dissolved, that is the dominant company, keep its book and records, but this order was made on account of litigation lietween tha company and private concerns rather I han with the Government. NO APPEAL ANTiril'ATKT). Attorney -General Wickersham in Wash ington last night declined to comment on the decision or to say whether or not the Government will appeal until he haa seen the text of the opinion. The opinion as rendered by .bid go Lacombe intimates ...it. IW m "... HV HW c ! 'K I - ve , I oomlie saya: "While the plan is correctly described ! as the proposed lan of the American ! Tobacco Company . since that corporation and other defendants offer to carry iv out, it should be remembered that in its present form the plan is the fruit of much discussion. For upward of two months successive conferences, in the presence of two or more members of tho court, were had between the Attorney General and the oounael and representa tives of the Tobacco company. Objec tions of the Attorney-General were fol lowed by modifications of the plan, some of Its moat drastic provisions teing in sorted in order to meet or avoid hia criti cisms. When a point was reached where auch adjustment of differenoea ceased to be practicable a time waa fixed for a hearing before the whole court upon the matters remaining in dispute The objections which the Attorney - lienillne erystsl pehhle yef laaaa. Ihtrsolalnd thllt never mint. t spm rr'i. 7 Maiden i i