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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1912.
!wii!lv incrns. n i roftlon In which s-i;i stu n is siph tilt t!i! mlcpt Is welcome iti III" bst siHetv (iiul n iron- tool omployniiVit wbloti j;iv-4 you n st'ind- T FORTUNE n rtl n nnnill T nnmn imifiiiyotircomiii'iiiltv, nloiuj with thon KY IIIII III I I I UA IV """T well ostiblished pro- rDI ULU illili 1 linHllii i ft'-ttoiw " in run H kooii o imh in ip .wi ulu uuuuli unnuu j,.lvlM miU(H a,,t tll0 ,patlr l)f IfiYou Don't Ilcliovo If Iteml i Proxy Vl l,n Vieslii's ; Ciilnldijiic. Int rom iinitil V I lie foreword of old Ooctilt's now c.itn lKtit concludr-d with tho utuiiisworablo assertion I "loil in iv obriiti tho combined colirprs ' ..... ... .-i.... .i , ni .1 wii.iiirr ui wimi uio cicimor Hint. EVEN HAXTK AN A I. I'M NTS Conrso of Fortiinn THUm? li.v Tt'll IjCIIVI'S KIlM'liVt! This Vcur. 'And wli.it do von suppose" uks tho new catalogue just I-mumI I rom tin- newest Hchool to teach one liy mull huw to throw spiritualistic trances, tlie Occult .School of iBclenco, nt 2075 Lexington iiveniip, 'produced the fortunes of men like Vhil Arnbour nnd F. W. Woolworth ?" "The hull." pprhupt yon thoughtlessly aniivver in tho ease of the beef iiiucnute. Asior the source of the fortune of the five anij ten cent store capitalist, .letry Dor-' klrt-of thu City Hull answers oft hand that tho slim white pinnacles of Ml. Wool-1 worth merging with tho morning mists cress tho park were liuilt "with your tin clns an' my tin chits," ou aro wrong aud Jerry in wrong; evdrybody is wrong except tho prexyess cf jUie new Occult School of Science, wh la none other than our old friend, Mailatne Vesta La Victu xVs, the sumo Vesta l.a Vieta who during the fiw years that have slipped byaince she was a very young girl always ha1 killed time on dull, rainy Sunday aftirnoons in her apartments In onoof thu swalleet flat houses In Ilurlem by assem bling about her for a merry game of cards the first Huron Kotlischild, Dante, some friend of Jesso James and a merry (TOup made up of some of Vesta's Knglish Minds, young officers from the very best families of Kngland who led tho charge of the Light Brigade nt Baluclavu. Ywta atunits that any woman of in telligence, plus Vesta's own astounding psychic gifts, might pick up amid tho oojles of small talk of tho otliT world floating around tho Harlem fl.it at ons of Itheso rainy afternoon card parties words aud phrases that roveal Immedi ately the secrets of the success of the great men of other duvs. Henry VIII. as a rule Is morose during thil early part of the game when sober ant) when he comes around Harlem wi th anfedgo on Vesta always thinks it b"st to threaten him that if ho legins to ait up-? shell telephone to tho West P.'.lth of colleges charge for n Viur'a tuition College grJduut'-H are a drug oil the mirliet .Vnv gradii.ilo of the Occult School of Science, who obtiiiw its ir- I tlllcale. should be able to obtain witli the 1 1 I.t 1.4.. i i - .1 mii'm'IIKr- uifiailltni lllttliy mill's 9S II week; mid thero uro hundreds of gnidu ates of other colleges glad to receive $s u weelt after receiving their diploma " The woodcuts of graduates iieeoinpunv. ini; their testimonial letters on the buck pages of the catalogue show nt u glance that among tho old grads are Mrs Lillian Ibissell Moore, King (leorg-. I, villa I'inl; ham, John Drew, Kmpcror I 'rancis Joseph in street clothes, c'inlev Peter Dunne, Daniel f'rohmati, and what seems to bo Irvtn Cobb ilia bathing suit. Hut judging solely by the names beneath the woodcuts the graduates of old ivy covered Occult all have aliases. E AEROPLANE IN BEATTY'S NIGHT FLIGHT Xew Evoniiiff Stunt Will Re Feature at the Hemp stead Field. ETTOR SAYS MILL MEN KILLED WOMAN IN PLOT In riea to Jury T. AV. W. Head Klames Cnpifalists for Workers I'liulit. NOT ASKING FOR MKKfV (liovannilli Asserts Xotliinir Will Stop Tiiilior's Advance Verdict To-morrow. Sit.l.M, Mass., N'ov -Joseph J Lttorand ArtnroOiovannittlple.ideiltheir own cause beforo the jury which is hear ing the case of murder against them and Joseph Caruso In the Superior Court house hero this afternoon. I They took tho opportunity to address 1 the jury Immediately after District At torney Atwlll had completed his Mim- I tiling up. In tho course of which he at- i tacked Kit or aud (iiovannilti and ex-( pressed sympathy for Caruso, whom ho characterized as a hot headed person who was easily lead by fiery advisers. As tho District Attorney finished there . was a procession of defendants' counsel t to tho bench. ' "I will say to all theso defendants." 1 said Judge (Juitm, "that beforo prisoners 1 were allowed to testify in this Common- 1 wealth they were allowed to address the I At the Hempstead Plains aviation Held jury. The causu of this has now disap- between s and li o'clock laf evening i pea red. Nevertheless if any of tho de- (ieorge W. Henltv made a lllght In an J fondants so desires he may now address illuminated aeroplane. The front of his ' the jury or miiy leave it to counsel." Wright biplane was outlined with red.! "May it please the court," began Kttor, white and blue elevtric bulbs and the rising and coming to the rail of the cage, rear rudder carried nn illuminated Christ- i "With this caution, Mr. Kttor, that you mas tree Several hundred Long Islanders . conllno your remurks to argument up oil importing - Manufcidurlng Fur Sets, Scarfs and Muffs Men and Women's Fur and Fur-lined Coats for every occasion. Exemplifying the well-known characteristics of our Furs exclusive styles, fine quality and perfect workmanship. 384 Hftkfoeiuie Between 35th and 36th Sts. Tel. 2044 Greeley BEGIN Special Sales On Monday, November 25th Millinery Gowns Wraps Tailor-made Suits collected to watch Heatty's new stunt, which will become a regular feature bf tho field. Ho will carry passengers on theso night jaunts. In tho afternoon Lieut. Horatio Huid completed tho first part of tho tests for a special license in a round trip cross- testimony that has been adduced. "I know tho conditions here," said Ettor. ""The shamo does not fall on the State of Massachusetts; tho capitalists and they ulone have reduced tho human beings they control to mere appendages of machinery. I know how tho workers country flight from Garden City to Central I wm kept down, nnd knowing 1 enmo to Islip and return. Ho intends to fulfill give my services. I havn't nny property the other requirements of the tests bv in Massachusetts, nor uny relative hero, doing a olplaue from n height of 2.5(A)1 but I have thousands of brothers hero feet David Fdlemann. Is vear old. won his llcens... after many unsuccessful attempts due to engine trouble aud bud weather. He aud (iuv 'Iilnatnc are the youngest nvruors in tne world Tho field management announced vea . terday that exhibitions for an admission I OLD PAINTINGS DESTROYED. TO and 1 came to servo them willingly. "In time I believe it will bo shown, cried Kttor. "that tho death of Anna ioix-zid was u plant 1 fully believe that I Anna Lopezzi, my sister, tho sister of my t brother (Jiovannitti, of my brother l Democratic Loaders I5e Constitutionnl Amendment Will Tie Proposed. HRYAX NjEDCKI) HIMSKLt Iti I II 111711 i I . on Suhdavs have I n abandoned. Sheriff ioruto, ni u oi inousanusoi sinners, was Do Mott informally Informed tho field murdereil by a plot or tlie mill agents, manager that there had been complaints "I came to Kiwrence," said Kttor, "to ii- . .i i it i i iwt. iii.-h' nuu nimi'i.tiuLii i c-iuie io ijiiwrence, suiu r.uor, to 2!L 1" ..?. . !l Ca1 .I",,.",'U ?r k'n,ly'?n"dayforgater;eipts. Let II1()ri. ,in,ul for ,hounds of textile Bwteney perBonally to tho flat with th reserves. UburIIj Henry VIII leaves in u liufT thqn. bo next to nothing about the hmm ofjiucoeiw ha lxen learned from him bycVesta. If, however, tho Occult School of pcience's course in Success in Marriige continues to increaso with the rapidity just now indicated by the rush to matricu late in the class of 'jfl. Proxy !a Viesta may decide affirmatively on the question of Whether or not to make Henry VIII. a full professor in that particular courso. But he will never bo mado ono of tho aoultj'unloss ho promises to cut out gjhiurd stuff. fhe catalogue of tho new correspond m&B school of spiritualism and ullied ciinces, after tlrst asking tho potential msutum wneuier or nor ne Knows trie s-uid no'dVIng Woukl be tiZt VoU- r ,! W!'ilt 1 COU,I and '""- jectionatile to residents wtr the aero- 1 ul" 1 m "ere yw drome. I The tests to-day will he mid undo r ' tne auspices or tlio Aero ('lubof America, and onlv friends of tho aviators will l udmitted. Presidenl-elect llnsn't Declnred Vet. nnd Some l!Hf! As pininls Are Anxious. Ilornril In C. U I'. Klrld'a Home la Eit TtTenty-alsth Street Two valuable paintings were destroyed in the tiro which did 12,500 damage to the old mansion ut 21 Kant Twenty-sixth jpvp 1 Blr,l belonging to Cortlandt De P, Field, I h weuuny commission mercnant, early 1 yesterday Ono of the pictures was 400 years old and was u portrait of ono of Mr. Field's 1 ancestors. Tho other one was by In graham and was of Mrs, Parsons. Mr. I Field's sister. Mr Field would not say ' wuar vauio was piaceu unoii I no pictures I Tho other paintings in thu valuable col- i lection suffered only from smoke, 'lilt; tiro was discovered when Mn. Field, who is 70 years old, was awakened by tho coughing of her husband and found the room full of smoke. Mrs. I Field was forced to drag her husband, who is Ti years old. into another room. It took the tiremen three-quarters of an MONOPOLY BY DIVINE RIGHT. Ilarteatrr Hearing In Chicago Hrlnc Ont Letter tu Acenta. Ciiicaoo, Nov. 23. Divine rlpht "to monopolize all the harvester and other agricultural Implement business In the universe" was claimed by the Interna-J tlonal Harvester Tompany shortly after' Its organization In 1901, according to secret of the success of tho Armours Wijolworths, Kdlsons and Carnegies, pro- Sar s3&wWh:;',i,r:S ' "lssolve the company under the and others put their stuff across, is to I nherm.m nnt.-trust law. talto any one of the many correspondence F.am1ner Uobert P. Taylor Is preslrt coarses which tho faculty of old Occult, Ins at the hearings nnd he called K. N. eonlpped as it is with party ltns that I Wood, secretary of the company, to iiiutuut? nuumji iu..i r sucji as nn mie .iaro Antony and P T. Ilarnum. is nor readv loleliver by mail to nny one within hail ing distance -f a rural free delivery routo. "The combination of courses include " to fltiote exactly tho thoughtful language Washixiito.v. Nov ?3 That Congress will pass u resolution in the i'omiIih- ses sion or earlvin the new l'.iner..s nmnns. bour to put out the blaze, most of it beinif u may ue wiai you, oecause oi uieoui- lug a constitutional amendment extending "wwum -ido matter that bus been brought in, will tl10 term of tho President of the I'nlieil I nelievo tnat l am guilty or tins murder. ; States from four to six veirs and making If you do I'll pay tho penalty Don't , ineligible for reelection anv man who has S "orme're? I'.'d,1 i'Sm' 1 ' ""J '-?. T" come back here s.iying words thai will both the House and tho Senate, mean Kttor may not be guilty of this, I Uu question wus brought forwurd but lio lias done so many other things , prominently in the closing days of th inai we win sum nun up lor u wniie wnere ho can't do them.' "You know my vlows; thoso of mv brother (liovannitti are tho same If wo go out from hero we siiall havo those same views, and wo shall do ull we can to bring about the change in society, so that all tho moans of producing weuith will become tho property of tho workers. rio ir you believe wo should not go out. CHARGES BROTHER WAS MURDERED ON A TRAIN I wnjit von to brine in u vertilrt fhnf uhnll letter written te.i years ago which was suy 'Joseph J. Ktrjr, becaiuio of his social ! on tho Introduced to-day In the Government's ideas, became guilty of murder ' I want Withou tno I uii verdict vie snail stand erect, my comrade and I "I beliovo in the death chair, and if you send us thero we will go erect nnd with a song Wo have carried tho flag. If wo liavo to drop it at tho ditch- I make identify the ' divine right" letter, to- no threat to you -but. gentlemen, thero gothcr with several hundred others. Mr. i will bo others to carry tho flag of labor Wood admitted tho authenticity of all ulonK the correspondence Introduced. The letter In question was addressed to all general agents of the Interna- I offer no excuse, I ask no favors. I ask only for justice, and I behevo I am not, in doing that, trenching nnywhero on the traditions of Miihouohusetta, " (liovunuitti followed Kttor "You ought to know by this time whether I said the words attributed to me last session und resolutions prescribing I a six year term with u piovjsion that "no H-r-on has held tho oftlco shall be again eligible" were reported in both houses. An order was entered by the Senate which gives tho resolution re ported o that body the right of way in the coming session. The Democratic leaders declare that if tho Senate acts measure tho Houso -will concur ithout delay. The proKsal to limit the President to ono term only was made in tho Senate nt tho iieight of tho primary contest for the nomination wagi-d early in tho vear by Mr. Taft nnd Col. Hoosovelt. It'had tho support of such men as Senator Hoot und many p rominent Democrats aud Progressives und wus indorsed by the Democratic jmrty organization in the House. hlnco Congress adjourned the Demo Acrolmt Says He Has Helative Didn't Fall as Alleged. Proof Off oi .uio cunuogue, instruction lor making uonal. After i-enlng forth that the com- SVfoWtftSS AnTrnlan" U "'" TK V furthermore, an additional course has been I 'ne plu" U "'" e beliovo that In iiioiuueu ui mis marvellous oner a course, - mi iummii; m ., lh ,.niill .m u,ii, ,, Virll tells vi.ii Imw in ol,lIi, frm 1 do Iimetleallv nil the hurveatnp huuln. I "ether Uliy Ilian IOUK1 say HUCh UtrO- others for the purpose of currjing on of the world, for the company !s wisely i ' "ivn'nit Io vo vou. however thm jour owniiusines organized and It Is colne to be and Is if ilu.r is ir mn hi ibis r.m nh.. t'OUr thHt UI) 'OF I mn n:i fori nn n liriind cri rrtA ti n anlftaVi nvur mi tTilinlnr r Hia Vinii i-t lm rtw Is going to sell Its goods not sit in this cage reasonahlei prices and deal Justly ' "yno we are lanatics. we are fanatics, ...i.i. ... . ir, insirici Aiioniev. so were nocraios .... . , I mm . i.i mill nil ilium) nuu uinu 111 Ull ' wimiin hi m'l . u renillll llrill. 1 IleV and that sort of treatment and Mia.ii,. . r.K fnr their beliefs " lemress tin. imlnlm. tlmt n... u j operations will succeed everywhere." i (liovannitti. though ho protested his constitutional amendment will he rut i- course. "how to re.-id e-il,l ' . " , .......... ....... .... ..... .'."...v.. .,..w...c,, .,, IIm lmou how to make vour Ce!, llrenrnof. to Kenerni agents II was pomieu out in . i t u u,e, j,r. nv. i or n o jury -And there is tin tupately has been permitted to peter out ' " "'.,," V, t, Harvard. Wood's Business College. Principle. It tha University of Indiana, at old Isaac Pitman and nt Amherst, tho course cata logued by the Occult School of Science asiet nous oi Muccessnil .MO'tumis Up at old Occult ono learns by taking this for crutio party through the platform adopted at tho Baltimore ronveiitirm hu ,....1 ui. nneiiiei u limn imo iii, out, 0n record in favor of the one term amend ment, rhero has been n gixl deal of speculation us to whether President elect Wilson will stand bvithis particular declaration of his party's platform. Some of tho Democratic leaders profess to bo confident Unit, whatever (lov. Wilson's leeungs on mis score, no win not havo u produce spirit slate writinir anil snirit 1 lnp letter that no agent wuuld tie per luwures, now io nave second signt mat prevents failure with banu notes and how to do mystifying mind reading " It goes without saying that tho written lectures by Vesta l'i Viesta herself, what with her constant converse with a largo and experienced circle of friends from the other world, on llreprooflng the fleih, will result in grounding into the mipds of tho pupils a o,t art thai an alypinus will llnd valuable Tor not less thn twenty years or more than his in tiugal life, as Justice OotT so often llnd ooeuslon to phrase it It's tho sort of useful knowledge that, s the catalogue points out, an alumnus of bid Occult "need not necessarily" leave behind him. Dante himself may head this course in practical flreprooflng, with tha laboratory' work by mall under tho direction of Chiron Adronicus, who was fh"4 commissioner during Klagabahis's flrn term and was tho Joe Johnson of his da. Chiron Adronicus may have aroused administration 'comes in un em I UHn tho occasion of his nomination for tho Presidency in 1,11 Mr Hryun unnouueed that if elected he would not bo a candidate for tho nomination four years later. He reiterated this deel.ira- could "stop or dam the mighty tido of ...I.... I i.. . u 11 . IJie iTillllllK I r lilllliuil , '' m." " , 1,11 """I "If there was violence In Lawrence." of the organisation, but that a site- I wlid he, "It was not Joe F.ttor's fault man must be engaged for each separate I It was not mv fault It wus the fault product In every Important centre. 1 or tho wage system, tho system bv which t on in IO011 nnd in ions Mm WHS rfsnnnui William Butterwnrth. president of "no man controls another, owns hm tools, hie for the one term principle enunciated Deere X. Co. manufacturers of farming 1 l"""""" makes him us much a slave ( In the Baltimore platform, implements, was the tlrst witness to- ",r?lV ?.V".,"r. . L .tli'-ro appears to bo a strong llnv Kdivln l Crmvn,.r Aaslstnnl i.. T " '7...'"' T ., "V . " i i ". ill . ungress ill uivorm U. - , ui mis nioiiieiii ji you oeuevi mat 1 Attofm y-(lencral. the special prae- said those words send .lis to tho electric color, asserted befnrt the hearing was chair lesumed that he expected to show by "We nro tho responsible ones, Joe the testimony of Mr. Hutterworth that K,tor ".t" thrt 1.ead,or ff tllH,'rile I Ihe ahege,, harvester tn.M, had ay JJ leuqjieii i iioiiiuiaie me anair.s ot ine case in vour heurts. for two month. orwoism wnen us action in permuting th management of the Coliseum tniiwail girl ushers resulted in tho well rem in hered loss of lifo following the puuio which tho weak girl ushers nermitt' d to j get beyond their control that early afternoon of a Itoman day in July, but not even Gibbon denieo that Chiron Adronicus was some fireman TThe Egyptian Interpretation of Dreams,' to quote again from the cata togue of old Occult concerning still an other important course, "in the curriculum of the Oocult School of Science is based upon discoveries made by tho seers and wise men of ancient and mediieval Egypt 11 represents ine romoinen Knowledge oi Deero company Mr. Hutterworth was questioned re garding the capacity of the Independent concern nnd Its production of farm Im plements as compared with tho Inter nntlninl Harvester Company, He testi fied th.it the business of his company vas Insignificant when compared with the aliened trust's operations. SENATE SEES A ROW AHEAD. I onimlllrr Aaalarninrnla of I'rncrea- alvea a Knrr Point. Washington, Nov 23. -Three mem bers of the Senate elected as Republi cans Jumped the party reservation and affiliated with the new political organi zation Clapp of Minnesota, Dixon of Montana and I'olndcxter of Washlng- the many powerful kings of tho different 'nn. All were given Important com mittee assignments as jccpubllcans. Many Republicans think they are In honor bound to relinquish these com mittee posts to regular Republicans. However, if the Senators stand pat thero Is no way to remove them except bv vote of the flenate. If tho regular I'.opubllcans should press tho point that tho three Senators aro no longer mem bers nf the party a row might be pre cipitated Hint would result In the Re publicans losing control to a coalition composed of Progressives nnd Demo crats. There are many regular Re publicans, among them Senator Oliver, who are willing to fight the Progressive to the finlrh, even If It results In the loss of the present Republican control. Egyptian dynasties and was finally oh talned by ono of the faculty of the Occult Hchool of Science, who is an Kgyplologist of rare ability and untiring energy " Proxy Vesta la Viesta did not care to CO into details about just who this mem bar of the fnculty is for reasons of her own. In deference to her own wishes, expressed yesterday, tho less said about the Identity of this particular member of the faculty the better, but It may bo hinted as significant that when tho re porter asked her whether or not it was Kameses, Muruds, Moguls or Trophies she answered no, whereas when the name of old King Prottlests was mentioned she rafused to answer yes or no. The abstract course in fortune telling T tea loaves is elective this year nt old Oocult. On page is of tho now catalogue It la learned that here is a profession not only remunerative but extremely Ssntetel. Thoso who have received u lorough correspondencn course in for tuna telling by tea leaves und tho degree in ta leaf fortune tolling to which the ooaJne leads, may go out into the world qwjwed to "receive from their client pnoto money so that thosa veraed in that ijiwh i vwuiuam nw pnuueiy Mrs. Carr Left Ratate of f;l,40,41f, Mrs. Delia U, Carr. who died In PltUbur on February 23, mil, left an estate of 11,400, 4IAV all of which went to her son, William HwU. HlltUrd. The estata consisted chiefly of bank deposits ufgregttlng over 11,200, 000, t ""r - i ' i f iti 1 1 i. ii a ii . i nave wit nosiao mm in this cage. I know every thought of his body Why, ho doesn't oven understand whv ho is here " "May it please the court, Caruso says he hue nothing to suy," said Interpreter Succo, Court adjourned till Monday, when jury, and pected by nightfall a verdict is ox proposed ono term amendment, the neiul ing resolution will not be passed without a tight Tho Progressives are divided on tho question Senator Cummins of I own is favorable to tho plan. Ho re ported from the Committee on Judiciary the resolution now pending in the Senate. On tho other hand Seiiutor Borah of Idaho, who is u ProgrossiVH, is opposed to the plan. Ho delivered u speech against it at the last, session. "This nrooosition has no vli tile In lis that 1 can hoo," mi id Senator Borah to day. "A six year term is too long for an liicointM'tent President und not long h for a coinputeiit hxecutivu. No a muii may bo ho is m,...l. Judge Quliui will glvo his charge to tho matter how uhlo CALIFORNIA'S VOTE MUDDLE. Courts Mar Ortlvr llrennnla and llr rnn vaaalnif la Umlrr Way. San Fiuncirco. Nov 23. -K very day seems to add a new tungly to the election snarl in California. Tho Progressives ut Los Angeles to-day filed thoir bill in equity demanding u recount of the two precincts covered by tho writ issued Inst Thursday to tho Democrats. Next Tuesday tho Assistant I list riot Attorney will make answer and if tho court should grant tho Progressives' demand tho recount will bo begun tho noxt day. Tho supervisors aro now canvassing the olty and county voto according to tho tally sheets us provided for by tho recant court order. At Sacramento Oov. Johnson has received tho opinion of Attorney-fieneral Wobb of California that ho is not forced to certify to tho election of Presidential electors next Monday, as tho statute provides. Webb declares this statute is directory, not mandatory, and that the law will be complied with if the Governor certifies to tho thirteen highest, Presi dential electorn beforo tho swond Monday in January, largely nn experiment when ho goes into ollico After he huH served u term of four years wo havo the record beforo us ! and know how to appreciate his worth. '. If he bus done well ho is entitled in .in. other term. If he fails to meusure up to tho requirements the people have their remedy nt tho end of his term I have heard no argument advanced in behalf of the ono term Idea that convinces mo that it should bo incorporated in tho Constitution. Therefore I shall con tinue my light against the pending reso lution," The opinion Is generally expressed Iry politicians that unions a Constitutional amendment us proposed is adopted, sooner or lutrr Oov, Wilson will have to disclose whether he approve or disap proves tho ono term plank of tho Haiti mnro platform, Up to date ho has not discussed even remotely the ono term plunk. A lot of Democrats who are liguring four years abend are anxious to know just what President-elect Wilson thinks of the one term plan. They are devising ways and means to smoke him out and aro hopeful that the forthcoming discussion of tho question in the Senate and tho House will provoke Oov, Wilson to utterance. Kentaoky'a Official Vote. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. S3. Wilion's to. tal nfllclal vote In Kentucky as compiled by Secretary of State Crecellus 1" 21 !. 685 ; Taft, 116,813; Roosevelt, 102,768. Total, Tart and Roosevelt, J1I,S7, show Ini Wilson's majority over combined Taft and Roosevelt volt 4,0t New Anchor Mner to Mediterranean Henderson Bros., agents for th Anchor T.ine, are in receipt of advice from their homo oflVo that a contract tins been placed with Aleiamler Stephen A- Co., Ltd., ship builders on the Clyde, for a new steamer for tho .Mediterranean service, The dimen sions of the liont WII be .MS fenl long, na feel a Inches wide, by 'i feet deep. Tho tonnage will he M.eoo. 1 his vessel will have accommodation for mo first. 2W second nnd 2,noo third class passengers, and is expected to make the ptsasga between now Vork and Madltar- ranjaa porta u aoouv wo usra. Tlie sum of $500 has been offered by Joseph Connors, an acrobat, for informa tion concerning the death of his brother Frank, also an acrobat, on March 10, IBM near Hear Lake, Pa. lie has brought suit against tho Erie Railroad in Warren county. Pa., for 150,000, charging his brother was murdered by employees ot the road on Train 4. Connors is living at 231 West Thirty-ninth street. When Connors heard of his brother's death in n letter from C. Ii. Alexander, an undertaker at Corry, Pa., where the nan was buried in the potter's field by direction of the railroad, he accepted tho report that his brother hail met his death by fulling from tho train. As ho thought tho matter over, however, he decided it would have been impossible for his brother to have fulleu from tho train and ordered the body exhumed. The undertaker had written Connors that as tho body had been found without any marks of violence an inquest had not leen held. He was therefore greatly surprised to find when the body was exhumed that tho skull was crushed, that thero was a deep cut in the back of tho right arm und hand, evidently made by a raror, and that In the palm of the left hand was a bail out where) Frank hail evidently tried to grasp the weapon. Connors believes that he has a motive for the murder. In telling the story of his brother's fateful trip he suid: "Fruuk wus leaving Chicago for Now York und having only u little money de cided to travel second class. I went to tho train with htoi und saw him on board, Ho came rigiit out of tho cur ugalu and said: 'it's full of Immigrants and stinks something awful, but us soon as the train gets started 1 can change my cur I think.' " Connors said tliut ho believes that some time after tho train left Frank must have gouo into one of thu parlor cars und asked for u seat, but that on account of holding a second class ticket he had been refused. "When the body was picked up." Con nors continued, "a ticket for a parlor cur was found and I suppose that Frank had gotten it through a chance acquaintance on the train Ho probably went back to tho parlor cur after he got his ticket and being recognized was refused admittance, Ho wus a stocky, well built boy, und mav have started uu argument und so brought about a tight. "Then the orter and others probably set on him. and after cutting and beating him threw him off the train. Connors suys that the authorities in Warren county did nothing to investigate his brother's death, although they Iiad promised to do so, None of the members of the train crew was questioned, it is claimed. (Ymnnra hna n maoa if nvlilanM n ... of it in the form of uffldavits, which he will present when tho case comes to trial. In cluded among these are affidavits from several persons who live near the track who heard cries or "Murderl They are killing mril from the train on which Frank Connors was riding. 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Two Progres sive Senators, Borah of Idaho and Br is tow of Kansas, arrived in Washington to-day Senator Bristow supported Roosevelt in the late campaign but in doing so he remained with the Kansas Republican organization, which declared for Roose velt. The Senutor from Kansas intimated to-day that he intended to continue working along the same political lines in the future, within the Republican party. Senator Borah declined to comu out actively for President Taft anil while ho suDDorted Roosevelt before tho Chlcasro convention he refused to follow him into tho new party organization. Senator Works of California, who sunnorteil Gov. Wilson, although tho Senator frofli California is a progressive Republican, is known to be vory much opposed to Col. Roosevelt and the now party movement although be declares he is still a urouressive Republican. Senator Works has been conferring with aorae of his progressive associates in the. Senate with a view to holding a conference and outlining a policy for future work in the Senate. It is assumed that a majority of tho group of twelve progressives in the Renato will be found training with Senator I.i Follette in the regular Republican rank and that the new party representation in the Senate will not exceed four. Thes-o are Dixon of Montana and Bourne of Oregon, who will go out of office on March 4. and Poindoxt er of Washington and Clap,) of Minnesota, who have a longer tenure. UNA KAHN SUES FOR $25,000. Says Arrest Krpt Tbratre Auillrnce Wnltlnar an Hoar for Her. Una Abell Drinker Kuhn, an actrefs, filed suit in tho Supreme Court yesterday for $25 ooo dumages from Fred Daroy, Arnold Wolfortl and Knit I Nyitrav, authors of the play "Tho Typhoon." The com pliant alleges that the defendants caused tho arrest of the actress In Trenton, N. J , on Juno 19 last on a charge of violating the copyright laws, The complaint was dismissed later by United States Com missioner Stockton. Miss Kuhn sets forth that shn was shout to go on the stage when arrested, and that tho audience was kept waiting for an hour. rampaltra Coat la Eaaes Caaatr. Nkwarb, Nov 33.-Accordln to the statement of CHmpsIgn expenses. It cost the ItepiiblicHiis H3.05B.3l to carry on a loslna fight In Kasex county, New Jersey, at the Inst election. Th s Is exolmlve of the ei penses of l.oiils V. Aronson. who was de feated hy Mayor Haussllng of Newark. .Mr. Aronson's expenses ware ft.SlS.u. Left ftso.non to Aid Charekea. Jsne 8, C.errlsh. who died at Kewhnrv. port, Msss., left her residuary estate of I uisMii w,mm io mur rroteitant Episcopal Bishops to aid In erectlni new churches In their dioceses. The lersteea mm aui,.. 'WAP or P4jSo. 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