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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Cloudy to-day, probably followed by rain at night; rain to-morrow. Detailed weathtr reports will be found on page .Ml tin. VOL. IjXXXI. NO. 54. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913. Copyright. 1913. b thr Xmi Printing and Publishing Association. PRICE T I BANK REFORM ON VANDERLIP PLAN "Majoril. of Senate Commit tee Favors His Idea of I 'cut nil Dunk. '10 IIA K 1- 1MA.( Ill'jSj Capiliil of $1110.000.0110 to lie Subscribed by Govern ment oi' People. II 1.1, FKDKUAI, CONTIIOI.! ill I'roliiilily Will tc Ihnftcil to liicni'poi'.itc Mr. Yiiiidcr lip's Sii.es(ioiis. j 1'ianl: A. Yitliilerlli, irH!-id"iit of tin i National t'ltv Itunl.. Mlie.Mt,d 'to thr Sinato Cotntiiltteo on llnnkliiK and Ciir t -n.-v jostcrday n contiletf ("yntom of l ii.incinl reform to tuko the place of the VdmltilHtMlInn nicat'iiie pendlnK In oncrof. The Vamlcillii plan l iipproved by I (hn,. Dtmooratic utnl ISepnbli.-aii niein- heri" of the committee opiio-cd l.l the j pendlui; bill, and iim they connitute n ' iiMjorlly of the I'ommittep Mr. Vnndef. ilps Ideas proHibly will be Incut unrated t-i Mime extent In a tevv bill to lie drafted next week. An Incidental Itnlor.iement of Mr. Van ilerltp's 9URKt'xtlnn 1" Klven by a ciinu.s.t nf vicwm of the banking lnKtitutlons of ' ie country made by the National Surety Company of thlf city. The ielles Indicate n lurse majority support j 1 ir the central bank Idea. i I VANDERLIP PLAN OUTLINED. . j )t lm HI Kllmlnnllon at I'ltlltlra J From Sjulrm, HISUTOX, Oct. 23. A complete t iieme-for n currency bill designed to nippliint t lie pviufinK Oln.-Owen meaiure. wn presented to the Senate Committee rn K.inkinc and Currency to-day by Frank A Vanderlip, president of the National City Hank or New York. The proposition Is for the creation of r. tingle. Vederat reserve bank to I con Hulled by a Federal enere bo.inl of .een niembeis appointed by the President n ml with Government contiol of Hie Federal reserve system fiom tup lo Isit torn . It nunedlately became tippaient In the 'innnittee that Mr. Valideilip's suggested Ka(e to the opening of the Cainegle In substitute for the Adnilnlstt .ition bill had ' stltute kt Pitlsbtiig and Is an honorary .Hole a deep impression. In fact It seemed ! doctor of laws of the ,l"nlverslt of Pitts-i-Wtit to have the approval of more than buig. 's tnajpirlty of the committee and the lsller T'"' .VnOmmt Rnr.lle publishes an In- .eva.i it the committee In Its exec,.-!'"' v"'w w"" von Ihue In which ,,, . , ., ' he attempts to Justify his own position '" t-sstons next week will b.giu the . , t(. , The paper .is n unde! iraftuiK of a bill along lines similar tu , Kands the Kaiser's leason for selecting t o-i suggested by Mr. Vnndeilip. This I Gelieluuatli von lime s plans Instead of II will become the committee's substitute 1 those of Herr Peter Kent mis was on ac f'i th( i Ilass-Uw en measure. I count of the latter having been the ar- il e complete biiriender of all conti ol chltcct of the embassy at St. Petersburf?, tin Fedeial banking system by the, which ifulbling Is entirely conlrnry to '.inkers as suggested In Mr. Vandei lip's what the Kaiser wanted, p'pj.'tcd bill. It Is contended, cariies out' ' ie fuiid.ineiital Ideas expressed In the j GARY DENIES COERCION PLAN. I 'i ui'ii i atic platform except In so far as Mr Vanderlip refused to appiove of the loir'iruent guarantee or Government sue of the new circulating medium. Support of Substitute I'lnn. 1 lie apparent majority won to Vunder P s ew of the currency needs of the .i.ti will, It is believed, stand by jirae- lly every niggestlon made by htm ex. pi la ng.ird to the Government ,Kuar m iiiioii the clicul.itlng notes. .Mr. Vanderlip suggested the entire tilnation of the banking Intetests of the unii from the operation or cuitrol jf pruj. cted 'Federal reserve system by ip ps.ilg the creation of n single Federal in, nf leillscuunt and redtniptlon lo bo i Hud by a Federal reserve board, lb suggested the creation of twelve -i. i lines of the Fedeiul bank to be con- i tid by executive committees of sevi-n mil- I's, all of whom would be selected the Federal reserve board Itself and in choice the banks would have no i iiluw of a right to dictate. In othor ids to put the proposal succinctly asj 1 1 ssi d by Senator Hrintuw of Kansai;p The Fiileral reserve bank in Wash .ton In all of its branches nnd in Its blanches would be Government fou led from the chairman of the Vederal d to the assistant Janitor of the least " taut branch." i pi Fiileral icserve hank as proposed i Mi Xanderllp would have a capital ot on.oon. to be subscribed by the Gov- ii i.i ..j in.j i-umv iii me uuuvuj i- In event of the latter p'an being "d he suggested there should bo an i a p c embodied in the law creatine i,..ni. i.i- hii.ii ni ii... ii--.. t .1.- - of the Iitilted States should under-' sicretary .idded that with one-lmlf or ' ihe stock lssti-and that they should ! that gum nc cui,i put file stteets In I'lig.iti d lo subscribe to the stock re- perfect condition. mug after Urn public sulmcrlptlon had exhausted, pruvlded of course tint LOST SHIP IN THE ICE 6 YEARS. Mili-cf!'tloii did pot consume the. sue , Centennial l.efl Japan, but Never -uggesled that In lieu of the banks i Heaehnl Nan Fraaelseo. - obliKiiUU to sulmcrllHi for tin, re-. Sl;ATT,.Ki ct. .3.Tho steamer Centen . i' -I Hit capital stock of the bank wh,ch left Muroran, Japan, six yenra lulled hlates t.ovirinnent be t'w'agn for San Vranclsco with sulphur and 'oilier of the iinsilbscrllMd shares. I ,... .,.,. llt,,.r.. ,..,, iH ronorled In the 'In Pa) JVnlloiinl llrbt, stork of the Federal leseive Kcorilliig lo Mr. ViiuilerUp'H Bug- would h.ne no voting power ami oi r lights except of lrllflMllii in :Ulii s He KlluirCHtfil that Ihls illvl. -I should be cuinulatlve mid that of the, fiiriiingH of the bank one. half , i In sit irslde tor the creation of a r- and tliat whin the surplus of the n i. bed Hie sum of ir.O.DDO.OOO Hie Continue- on fifth Page. DILION WALLACE MAY BE LOST. ' Friends i.i x-nd Hellrl Party Ulir Labrador ttiplnrer. Dillon Wallace, the explorer who left New Vork early In the summer for n line. months trii Into Labrador, has nut been! hemd fiom since the first week In Sep-1 lemlmr, when he ncnt nut wold iiy nil-, iivi., that in- ,.MI,,t,-,i to mm.ii civiiiKu-1 lllfll I'dlHH'l' I Yeslerd.ij hi former law painier. ' AI(. iizci (i. McLaughlin, of Mcl.nimhlln tt Slcrn, said th.it if news does not come ri out Wallace In the next few dns Ins friends will send u relief party after . The ,, .10 ,Kl Wallace anil hl party said lli.it ln wa then making picparatlons for a iluxh out of tlx- wilder nss In upper Lalnailiii'. Very nhortly , thereafter had neither it the country; and since then there h.lve been several severe storms. Judge William Malonc of Cnnueetli'ilt. who accompanied Wallace patt of tin- May Into Labrador, illumed neati.v two The older obje, t of Wallace-, ti ip vva to place a hiouKe tahlet oil a loci, neat I the spot where h! friend and fellow e-i ploier. I,ennldai lluhhard. died front exjVN (, StjllllN Oil .lllllut' ( - poxuie in 1 r03. The lahlet wan loel fiom ii canoe which iipet .Mr. .Mcl.auithliii Maid eitei day that if a Keaicli party l oii;anlr.eil It will be put In cliaiHe of .IiiiIkc .M.llone. The I.im letter lecelveil fiom . Wallace a dated September .'I, Just befine the extiloiation l'a,' 'fl the litht mall post hehlnd. GERMANS IN RAGE AT KAISER'S LATEST MOVE t UlM'l'irimlt'd I.oi'isitttl oil IMllllS , for Wiisliiimtnii Vltnlitissv fw His Own Scliciiic. firihll i'dt!? lini'fUf. to Till. Sl inatl.l.v, Oct 1.1 A Heice -toini of ills.ippiin.il wa. aioused In Herman ait and aichltectuial clicleK to-day when it bccanie generally known that the Kab'r with ch.iractej l.tlc lniiulilvenesji had swept ailile the plans submitted by 'J7J of the best architects In (lermany In competition for the new einbass bulldlui; ,ln ash.iiutaii. The Kaiser also dl. leKiirded the selection of the Jury In I awarding llrst prlne to the plans sub- milted by AichlUet l'eter Hehrens. Thu prlxe amounted to $4J,OuO. After rejectlnc all the ilan the Kaiser accepted a drawliiK by !ehelmrath l.ni"t on lime, the court aichltect. which wa siibmltteil nt the special ropiest uf thu Ihnperor, Celulrutath on Ihue had not entered any drawings In the competition. The MUlilau (Inzrltr says that Instead of Americans ticcomliiK nrqualnted with live rierman arrhltecture they nil set merely a cold and uninterestliiR royal Prussian court art. The embasv build (UK Is to be construited In the stle of all eighteenth century l.nxlish houe, n coii of the bulhlliiK presented to th Puke of Wellington as a rewanl fin bl Nlitor. at Waterloo. The atchttevt, Uelieiiniatli nn Ihue. Is ell honoinry uieliiber of the Institute of American Aichllects. He was u dele Corporittlon Won't l.nr Off Mra In Force Suit IIUiuUshI. CiliotRo, Oct. "i!. Klbert 11. Gary, chiilriuan of the board of din dors' of the Fnlteil States Steel Corporation, pre dicts a continuation of the present busl in rs slack iiossibly until early spring. He denied that there was any Intention of the Steel Corporation to abandon plants or Iiy off men In an attempt to make the Government drop Its dissolution suit. - When asked as to a report that large ; 'Uimr.ers oi employees soon are to ne lam -Mr' ""r 8n,u I "It Is ntwntps our plan If business de creases to take advantage of that fact and repair and place mills that have been running a long tlm In condition. If necessary we have at some times in dull seasons closed emergency mills, "Whether that will be done this winter I can't nay. t hope not. You may be certain there will be no closing unless business actually makes It necessary." UNIQUE PROTEST IN HAVANA. 4,0110 Vehicles I'nrndr to Kmpbn lsr Had Condition of Mtrrrta. Sptclat Vablt Ititpatch lo Tiik Si's-. Havana. Oct. 23. All the banks and business houses closed to-day wlllo 4,000 vehicles of all kinds paraded through the streets and defiled before the palace aa a protest against the condition of the . bee ,orn up by powering and paving lornpany. Secretary of Public Works Villalon, speaking for president Meiiocal, expressed regret that the demonstrators had not consulted him, Inasmuch as the paralyz- Ire of Sauhallen Island. Members of n Itiibslan expedition txiund through Okhotsk Sea dlsi'overod the missing essel. The llfeboatH were gone, the inline was nartlv obliterated and the Iron was cor- i oded. There was no sign of any bodies ' ;, rL vrcw must i.ll have per t . . , s Hiipposed the Centennial was driven f run Iter course by h nIoiiii and was callglU by the Ice. The Centennial was In command of I dpt. ati. of, San I Viilu Isco. Her olll- eers weie Jaliics McCan, llcrt O, l.te and U'rcd lUchaid.on. SULZER TURNS - Culls 31iiii He Put in Off iff Murphy's llubbcr Stamp. DA KM Foil "THK CHIKF jiit'iil'tiiii "A Fines Tam many Leader to Have Him Indicted. OltKAT Cli'OWO IN HIS YVAKK ' l.'ii's Vintlinilioii" Wife (Jin' With Him. , .loin, A. Ilenne-sv at a ....cu, m , ii i i. I -" -" - Md'all paid two men for bl noinlllatlon to the Supleiiie I'oiill bench and that , one of the men (leorm- U'iim.'IiibIoh ''."r: . , time bin nnxwer to Sul..er and lleiiue".v. , mM ,.,,f,.,. t(1 i. ,inn Into anv I ,..,, ,. .,., , ,ml t. ,,, I Issief-i of the c.'imiialKll. William Stilzer accused Kdwnid K. Md'all of bciliR "Murphy's iiibbet ( stamp c.iiiillil.Ue for Mu.or." He ; continued to attack Murph tm a cor rupt bo, and d.iivd the Tiimmany , leader to Indict him or brine the case , befote a fair minded Jury. The r.x ' Covernor attended a theatre with Mrs. Sul.er and later a dinner in an H.ist , U.i , ivstnunint .. , ,, ii, blm and the hoat diauKtd ashore. Harry Kopp. P...i.bllc... cndid.ue for , ,,, , flln ,,,.. the Assembly from the Sixth Assembly h,,RlM1, .eimiaik. made the tilp thiounh district, held his audience against Ills tin; rapid for a iiiovIiik plctuie company rival, William Stll.er, who pa-sed by Me stai ted at 3 o'clock and dinted tliloUKh In an auto nnd spoke further on down!""; tei.,l,, wateis with beautiful ,,. . ' , , .clsion. That isjitlou of his tilp was made the Htreet. Kopp prote-led i.K.Hnsl ,,,. , ,u. !,, , of nuikinK an Idol of Hulv-er. 'dpt. I-arsen In a molmlKiat. .ludKe McCall iliKed better ttansporta- i Hut the racking his boat received in the ..... . i ....i -..I t wild waters of the ote stunned his en. lion, personal iineii. uuu iiu -i mi u m.i , , transfers nt enthusiastic meetitms ",.,,,.., i,,,,,,,,,,, he n, h,1(,H,. Stuten Island. tltouiidalidtniinddrlftedthelHi.it. Those Mitchel In a letter to the Grand on the hanks watched, powerless to aid Jury said tils know ledse. such as It was, ' nlln- aH " tinkered with his enKlne ami ..... . . tiled to stait It. l.aiiKR.iiil could see about Murphy h plans to Import planus drifting alsuit him suddenH sucked peaters was second r.and unit had come ,, ,,y . w of , KK, M(t (i( through the Honest llallot Assoi-iatlon teappear .Mitchel attacked McCnll's record by Paikiie found blm still held t.v the chafKlilK that he has so far done nntluiiK , for the culls" of Improvi d transput la tion. SULZER ASSAILS McCALL. lln Mlirih' llo.slel. He IVnn. II Is Former Friend. F.x-Gov. SnUi'i. continuing Ills i.im..f,. uur. n, wa ,i,.nil wiwl. uik.m nut. paUn for election to the Assembly from p. ier Nlss.-n of Chicago drifted there too, the Sixth dlsttlct, took his turn ill dar.ng j but succeeded In getting ashore by leap Charles F. .Murphy to go to court and lit. lug from bis boat before It was wrecked. a "fair Jury" decide between them. He r0prTT vyprrTs TJTC. PTCT also mentioned Judge IMwatd K. McCali tUn.l hAf-.tTb Bill GIFT, for the first llllie 111 a public speech. , ', o. II. 1'i.jne Inllniate. He Will desci llilng Iilm as ".Murph.v's rubber staiup uu Mn,.n i'urKl., candidate for Maor' and ' lio .Murpnys bosslet Mr. Sulzet's speeches lat night were f York, forim rly treasurer of the made In the Fltlnge Theatre, where he Standard Oil Company, has given It.iiOO, was the gunt of Prognsslve I., ader Max I 000 to the Cornell medical college In thin Sti'indb'r nt " Itlilii tne i.aw, ami 'it it vai lous points In the Fast Side, with the rallying place at Hurger's restaurant, JO Avenue. C. Again he was met by tiemendous crowds, who stopped tialllc for blocks In their efforts to get near him. Mrs. Sillier went to the theatre and later to the dinner at Hurger's, where she too was repeatedly cheered. It had been expected that Mr. Sulzer would nsk Mr. Murphy another ipiestlon Inst night, but he contented himself with repenting the charge that Judge Samuel A. tleaidsley tried to give him S25.0U0. and when he lefused took It to the Tam many leader, who, he said, had never ac counted for It. He also challenged Mr. Murphy to Indict him. See F.i-Flrr Chief Crnker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sulzer left the HroHdway Central Hotel shortly before S o'clock for the theatre. Their depasture was de. layed for twenty minutes by a private conference between the ex-Governor nnd ex-Flic Chief Croker, a nephew of Itichard Croker and cousin of Itlchnnl Croker, Jr., who testllled at the Impeachment trial that he gave :',000 to Mr. Sulzer to do with as he liked, Neither of them would talk about their meeting- afterward, but Mr, Sulzer came fiom It with u smile on his face, Those who saw blm ondered If lie got n mes sage from thu former leader nf Tammany Hall, but he refused to say, Mrs. Sulzer walked Into the box nt the theatre first and was not recognized. Then Just as the curtain was going up the former Governor strode to his place, In full view of the audleip:r. f A young man who reluctantly confessed that his name was l.a I'erue A. D.ivles and asked the reporters please not to mention the fact that he Is private secrelury to Jeiome Slcgel, cried out loudly: "Oh, th re's Gov. Sulzer up there In that box," Mr, Sulzer preened himself a hit and then answered the applause with it statesmanlike linn. A few iniii In thu rear hissed him, but lie paid no atteii-' tion lo thai. NllKUrata n Speech, At the cud of the Ill's! act the same tvicsvvi'sceiucd "mXi.'."!! .h m;:?,;'S,nd"a:;:j lhei.tr.'. suggesled auillbly ! , eluded .. l.-i.ty proclaiming Zaiulba, ie n nice Ihliig if Mr. Sill-I "Independent." This was rendered void ke a ep'ceh. Not iiiaiiv i n Hi' I 'cogiilllon of lliltlsh supiimiicy, Mr. I.a Peine 1 "l 10'"" 1,1 11 that It would ne ... ....uilil iimlie ii sir j..i o ti,. i-ie ni i ..I -i'"r!!';',!te''::.l ,;v,a'.,,::::;,,,,.,Vi:,'! iin and illsclo.iid Hie cast In llm alllttide Conttiiutii on irniid Pnge. STEEL TO PAY FULL INTEREST. .No Income Till Deduction on IHT IIIMI.nlMI of II nil lis. Tile fulled Staled Steel Col piil'ntloii ft III pay the full ninount of the Interest 'f due on lis US7,miO,onO per edit, bonds oti November I, No deduction will be made for the lliiome ',i , according lo the , KUaiantee of the eul porn' '. to lt bond holders. Ill order to .i.ive the am 'inn of tne In Come tax fioni wlncn Indlvldualii would he exempted If they .vert ii.ivttiK 'lie tnx themselves, the coi poratlon will a"i( each j holder of coupon when ptc-cntlng llieni for payment lit Its olllce or that of .1. I'. .Morgan Co., Until am lit-, lo state whether the Indder Ik a cot point ion or an Individual exempted fiom the :i. Cnr poratlon linldi'is of bond ale n u taxable on the Income derived thcrcfiojii. ODDS ON MITCHEL 00 UP. liiiiirlem Onr III o 7 llel "f Ullllll l KIIMI ny Miher. : Mltchel MippoitcIN III the Mnanclal ill.-- tl'ict huainc mole coiltldeiit eKlei day I and olleied odd- (if III to s and In to T .IHa!nt .Mil 'all, Theie wan very llttlo T. - i n i n in n inouc la Hinlit. A Stock K- chaiiKc broker til.icid a lt of JTlHi I K.nii on the curh thai .Mitchel would l.e , ehcted and later In the da a bet of. W.iiiiu to Vim) ,im ui.ide on the fu-loii i i .. . I imdlilate h'led Scllllliitii I eli.tl'leil e-tel il.'iv lll.lt "- ' ' tl.i.t , Mil'hel would lu.w a plurallt of I'.n.nuti , hi lileatel New Vol I. Another bet of Ji'.on to $Hm wa "'"''' lii.it Sulxer would p. to Alh.in ,RUNS NIAGARA RAPIDS i TO PERIL IN WHIRLPOOL Motor Hi in t Nnvimitof fdj- i .Movies Su ii K for Five llour With Dr.ii I Kiiiiiiic. I NiMiim Fai.i.s. N T ici 2.! --For . Ihe hours IVter V. LatiKuaid was swirled in a inotoilioat by the wateis of the tnael- stioiu below ihe Whlilpoul Kaplds thlsj afteinoon. Flnall.s ,i line was tluen to i . i K lie. and when he reached the sinnnihi w 1,11 H"-' "'' '"i'1 two powerful search lights on the banks weie luought to beai j had been "sent West," where Mrs. Pank on the small iiafl and keeo It In sight, i Inn st starts fm to-da i-liemn ere called and with great .11111 Ullty tlley lll.illaged to tlllow a lope to , l.aiiKganl as his boat diifted uar He was helped ashoie on the Canadian side at v o'clock to-night - I .Minnie v main ililfted about the wluil- pool In Graham's barnl eewial j.ars ago a...,,,,,,!, , m , Mj,t ij,t s.os that Col. Oliver II Pavne city. The college otTlclaN in Ithaca would not discuss the teport. A tiustee of tin un'lveislty said last night that no gift uf that size fiom Col. ' iayne had lieen announced, It was said that the teport was piobably due to the fact that Col. Payne has Intimated that In the near future he will give a sum of money to the college. Dr. J. S. Ferguson, secretaiy of the Cornell medical school faculty, said that (.'nl. Paine had given 11,0011,000 at various tlmu,i since lSl'S. The llrst d-jniitlon, made In Hilts', was 12,000,000. Since that time his gifts have aggregated $2,000,000. OPPOSE SIDEWALK GRATINGS. II road way VI rrc hunts Nay Plan Will Keep Women Off Slilevralks. The plan for ventilating the new- Hroail way subway by means of sidewalk glut lugs Is to be protested against at n meet ing of the llroadway Association at the I Hotel McAlpIn at 2 o'clock this afteinoon. Thl plan, sas a notice sent out by the association, "will confiscate property, vlll damage buildings, will be a detriment to the health of pedestrians and will prevent women from using the sidewalks." GERMANY MAY GET ZANZIBAR. Iteport KiiKlnnil Will Kirhsngr III mill for Other Territory, fiptttal Vahtr lirnpotcl' lo Tin: St v. V . ti.,... . I I.. I 'It 11 I.. ..ii.w.,-,,,1 .. that Great Hiitalu will shortly cede Zanzl - bar to Germany hi return for territory or concessions elsewln'ie. .Mm Leyland, the wilter on naval, In - tei national and historical subjects, has gone on a special mission lo Germany on behalf of the IttiUg Chronicle, to In vestigate the relations between Great Hi Ititln and Germany. Hi aiiiRJuuces that negotiations of great Importance are now ii nts r,r,,ome ,"lon" ",,c - "'" The supremacy nf lliltlsh intetests In the Island of Zanzibar, on the coast of i.v.ui Africa, was i eco-tilzed in lor to ISNS. On November I. IMm, the sultanate of .alizibar was proclaimed a lliltlsh piutcc - tornte. Gciinaiiy. I'lancii Hint Italy as i . ..... ..r, i.i7. . ... ii.'i.. Ill.lliy it I it I lciloilinn an eiiiiios io ..ii.uu- aiibiar in luvor of nance. MEXICAN GUNS HALT U. WITH MRS. JOHN LIND ABOARD JAIL SCARES GIRL PANKHURST AGENTS Stile of Stiffrimottc" Kmls 5titl tlfitlv WIihi Witltlo AsUs VtllTHIll. 'O M STOI ' K TO ACT h'-" A Y Mi. Piiiiklnii'st Snfil :t I'iih' ., Vein and .S".000 rint" m liiiitiiir Tlifiii. j Tin niil.iliit" ag.ilnt Ml'f I'lill-tabel l'MU),,-t a, tide on sex In the coph-M of the N,i;i(ii;i llr oltl by Kill" at MhiIIkoi. 'Sipiaie (i.inUti on Tuesday ulnht and ! since tlien at the Political lliiuallty Aso- i elation s loom" at I." Hast Foity-tlrt 1 1 sine! VMciil.l.v caused I olllllllssioller j Waldo to send four deteclhis fiom Head 1 nuaiteis to Ium stlKate. When the det. ctlM-s aftei bu nil; nines In the rooms hie Mii. (. It P. Bel mont, president of the association, was In ehaice, nt her desk, nuule their lepott 'i" itppllc.itlou for a Hamuli to atlest a .lane Doe oilier of copies of the min imus' publication iuiliKijlately wus'uiade b the police to Chief VKbdrate Will I. nil -McAdoo. MaKlstiate Mi Adoo ald he would take no anion until this moriihiK In the meantime nt the vice sucli-n's office 1 An,,.01... c.o.wio.k. who e.uller in th" da that "w. to pet mil the sewaije of splead oi ei tile streets of New Voik . after the anie filthy sewage has !cn siippiessed in Furop." was busy on a brief concerning Mis. Pankhurst's writing- Mi. I'omstoik said last night that he will piesent this hi lef to Dlsttlct At torney Whitman early to-day. le Snddenly stopped, The btisk sale of the Stiff rnyrttr which had gone on under the charge uf the mili tant Mis Klsle MncKcnzle and young women assistants was called off suddenly about 4 o'clock yesteulay soon after thu police hud applied for the warrant The plies of the Kitfftitpi-tte still left .ii the rooms were bundled up when sales weie briskest and. It was ainiotiticed b the lone octoroon girl left In charpe when the suffragists hurriedly departed. Mrs. Ilelmoiit, who had divided her time bitfween her off ue, Just inside the room where the papeis were being -old, and watching the saleswoman handing out copies, dep.irteil ostensibly for home. Miss Klsle MacKeiizle, a Hollow ay Jail alumnus, put on her hat and left too. And Miss Violence Harmon (who a short time before had Insisted when adressed b the reporter as "Miss Harmon" that he was talking "to Miss Wlckham"). the datk haired glii Miss Wlcjiham, by the way, Is a pronounced blonde who had been sellng the paper-, also put on her hat and coat, and then Mrs. Melmont's I elubiooms were left to the octifroon to I close up. You know, Mr Comstoik." the head of the vice society was told by a re porter later, "that not long after the police made application for a warrant the suffragists stopped the sale of the paiier. Does this affect your future ac tion?" "I don't want to give away secrets of my trade." he answered.' "but I will say that 1 obtained all the necessary evidence before the sale of the paper was stopped." Mr. Comstock would not go Into de tails, but It Is known that the authori ties consider four of the numbers ot the siiftmnrttr obiectlotiable. and one number . particular that Mr. Comstock thinks so bad that It "undoubtedly conies under the ban." A conviction for selling oh Jectlonable matter may bring a sentence of one year in Jail and J500 Hue. ( Penally for Importation. The warrant asked for by the police yesterday cannot apply to Mrs. Pnnkhurst, but only to sellers of the paper, Miss MacKenzle said on Wednesday night 'at Mrs. Helmont's headquarters when asked how the copies of the Suffratritc on side had been luought here that some of them been shlppid lu re under bond and had that Mrs. Pankhuist also had biought In a bundle of copies, The Importation nf pi luted matter deemed objectionable Is a subject with w4ilch the Federal otllcers del, The pen ally fdr a conviction Is five ears In Jail and' a fine of 5.ii0ti. Mrs. Pnnkhurst In a shmt Interview she gianted the newspaper men yesVeiday al i Mis. Helmont's olllce seefned to take the i same viewpoint taken by Miss MacKenzle when talking to Tun St'N teporter the . ..I'.l.l lir.,riw-l hilt if nbleetloo had been ' made nlucially to Miss Pankhurst's artf-1 i lies It was because of certain wt Itlims i ' on the "white slave" subject appearing In , 1 the .s'liTmp' ttr. Also Mrs. Paiikhursl . i 'lced her belief that persons Identified' with the "white slave" tialllc had made the llrst complaints to Hie authorities. II m.ty be said authoritatively that III" objection by the police Is not to ai t teles on "wiille slave" I rattle bv Miss Punk. 1 ,, another subject. Also It may I... s.ild Iqultn us authoritatively that the coin - plaints lo the lUstilct Attorney, Commls - sinner Waldo and Mr. Coiustock came fiom nelsons active III til" enfni ceinenl of ih aw ralher tliiin law breakers. l ( ,iny Hltempt la mailt' In get out r i- 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' copli-s of the ttuUrumttv here SMA t !!" ",Ue';' "T" '" 1 '"""" Cummlsslnner ,v chlcr.la.v delalled Lieut. Kei r to llnd nut whi.tlu r or not any sue i Idea Ih iiudi r way oi In conlciuiilatloii A.MiOfill ItA IIIITI'.IIN with sucelripiil water for luuks sud clilUUDii.- -.tifr. HUERTA DEFIES THE WORLD. lne Mlnlemenl Wnrnln 411 I'iMTera lit Mlnnd OtT. ilrciiil I'nhte Drtpatcti to Tim Six, Mkxioo Cut, Dot. .4, : A. M. Ueti. tluerln has Just Issued a statement tn which he declares In no uncertain lan siiiikc that he will carry on the. affairs of Mexico without Interference of any soil from outside Powers. He says that whut he does Is of no concern to the t'nlted States or any other I'ower. iThls statement amounts to a nnal warnliiK to Powers to keep hands off. Follow i ik a li'im conference whhh (Sen. Hueita had with Sir Lionel Cardeii. the lliltlsh Mlnlstei, last evenini!, the pro visional I'leslilent en I lid toKelher lilt: dip lomatic coips and told the members of It that tin. In no clicuinstaiices would he he a candidate In the conilnc ibctlon. He s.ild that such action would be unconsti tutional and would violate piomles which he has given. It Is tindeistood lieie, however, that this will not mean the elimination of Gen. Hueita fiom the election. A Constitu tional election Is now deemed Impossible, as many of the districts ale contiolled b the tebels and because nian of the elec tion lecoids have been destroyed. Gen Hueita said that the Mexican Gov eminent was determined to protect the lives and Interests of foielKtieis, but that It was nilall detei mined that the do mestic affairs of Mexico should be set tled by Mexicans themselves and without fotelmi Interference. "Should the t'nlted States fall to tecoit liU" the tstabllshment of the -Mexican Oovetmwnt said Gen. Iluerta, "It will had jscited Incur the rik or pteclpitatinK In .Mexico do not Intend 11 cilsls which rnkht bilng the Govern Fun. ne to lie I mi nt In WnsliliiKton fare to face with foielmi Government", and which might lead to the setting aside of the Monroe Doctrine. Gen lluetts even went so fat as to In timate that the result of such a clash ot Interests might bring two nations which aie now very filendly to a mptnie. Piesldent Wilson was referred to by Gen. Iluerta In terms of great respect. The latter said that hu hnd great admira tion tor American customs ana nam- Hons, but added that the difference be- tween the two races was so great that Aiffcrli'.in methods were not applicable to .Mexico. Time ha hown, lie .aid. that the l""t giiveiMiient In Mexl.o was that of th few. and that II would be years before a truly n ptesentative government could pro-pet. All the iinmheis of G n Hueila's per sona! staff Including Col. I'mial, who wa formerly the President's plicate secietary, were :i i r. -sl.il to-night. Oldeis have been Issued foi the inie.t of Felix Dlar. at Vera "ruz. NO FRICTION, SAYS THE "TIMES." ton do ii I'mirr Denies Kslstrnrr of Trouble ItmarillnK Mexico. bprnal Ctttitt tlnpntrft to The cs. London, Oi t. 21. The 7"lmi gives prominence to the following: "Nothing Is known In compiteiit quat ters here of any unsatisfactory develop ment In the Anglo-American ,l.ltIon In regard to Mexico. All exchange of views has frequently taken place between Sir Kdw.it it Grey, the Foreign Si cretnry, and Mr. Page, the American Ainba.nlnr but no friction has arisen In any dlieetloti nor have the communications from Washing ton possessed the comiulnatory character which Is attributed to them in some of the teports from American sources." The 7(ir expresses the hope that the above statement will put a stop to the sensational gossip of misunderstandings and threatening communications. The paper thinks that the story that Sir Lionel Carden, the Hrltlsh Minister at Mexico city, indulged in criticisms of the L'nlted States policy ought not receive serious treatment. It adds: "The story does not appear to have come from any trustworthy source and probably belongs to that class of llcllou from which diplomatists often suffer." The 7'(inr nssumes that the elections of next Sunday will be conducted on the familiar Mexican lines, but If the result gives any prospect of the lestoratlon of order the best course for foreign Govern ments Is to recognlziv the candidates who are declared elected. It continues: ' "The refusal of the Washington Govern ment to recognize the lesult of the coming flections can be understood, but nti In definite adherence to Its present attitude Is almost impracticable and Is likely to Inciease the dlllicultles of the Americans." HEAR OF STEFANSSON'S SHIPS. --hr-r Reported Deserted hy Their , . , SKATn.i:. Wash.. Oct. 23. Newh that Hue'" of Slefansson's ships n.nl stcameu I Hie northeast from Point Hanoiv was I brought here to-day by Capt. Hacblanil, , who left Point Hanow on September I. 1 mid readied here by way of Nona. Karluk and Hilvcder.. and the schooner ' M.n y Sachs sti lick a lead III thu Ice ca-t , of Point H,iriovv ami steamed north, j Nothing had been li-iird of them since, Thev could not withstand tile Ice that Ihey were sure to inci I, so the ci-cwk have piobablv abandoiieil the vessels and i.acliid shine ovei the Ice. Steliinsson's ",,"n' A'?;"ls,.fv,ir" ,m "uV i'" ' "'lies oule of Po'.nt Haitow. Urn. IMl ,. ,. n, xt t mi n r ex nc s '.o . n.e.' ., u ,, ,,,, ilt, i,,ioiv In the J'u' , ,i in , n H i . imtli n Ie Murlr Aiil.iin.llr. Il'nai. H.nh tn Hlth M. j 'm Idtul botcl fur ilUcrlniliinlliit people.-,ti. S. UNI ER John JJnd Places Felix Diaz I'ndcr Protection of V. S. Consulate. MOKHO CASTLK II 10 1 . 1 Captain of American Vessel Accused of Crime No Jfeason Given. SKKK FLKKINCi DFJM TIKS (tiuilioitt Guards American Steamer in Harbor of Vera Cruz. j.i x it skxds hot pi'0Ti;sr Ship's .Muster Citltlcs for Itt striii tions From New York Office of linc er-t.i t'triA Dtiptilc A lo Tar Si n Vkiia Ciil'sc, f)ct. 21. The Amc-Hom steamer Morro Castle was preiurim: 1" leave Vela Ciu for the 1'nlted St.i'en to day when she was held dp In the hai.i'i of Vera Cruz by the Mrxlcau initlen -i.e-Mr. .lohn I.lnd, wife of the i.( t ves'.lsator sent hv Piesldem WH'on tu .Mexico, Is aboaid. toRetln i with m.in other Amirican pas-ensirs ami ma 1 for the t'nlted States. John I.lnd. iii'ioinpnnied t. l it lei' states Consul Canada, went to-n.Jht .. ,,. ,)0U(,e Hh(.p .vh)i 01Is, ,(fj aftei his atrtv.it here and n-eottrd Up i Diaz to the Anieilcan Consulate The Mono Castle was on Hie i n leAvlns the harbor when til" M x sunboai Zarago-a sailed from her an chorage neni the Island fm tress and lo.'K up a position be.lde the steaiuei'. . I-irreinn ( oiiare-smrn ihrnnil, This action was taken h the Mixi Government after the report was receive h(.r(l ,hilt tl(.ht members of the State I.i.- , islature. fearing fm theii lives n,i.- i t.,jeti to lb Mexico and had I ki d , as i nr. on . ..,, t.-). ,,--,. men ll !e still on In i,i nl the . nerici steamship, John I.ind, who .tw Ins wifi gu aboa it the Morro i'atle. is n.gnl.v lin'l jiian ow the holding up of the vePel He at i n despatched a vigorous mes,igc n' ptovsi to Secru.ir.v of Slate Hi.van at Wash n. ton and anothei one to s.-ta. Mi. p n Minister of FoiMgn Alfalit. at Mex,c eii . Cap:. Huff ha- cabled to tin New Yo olllce- nt the Ward Line fm in; nn tein The Mono I'astle will lematti In tiiis i. until a reply litis been men il T -Mono Castle has a pas-enger ll-i if t'-. pel son. She cartlcs .".."iii liars of sii bullion for London, tweltt.v -llllie Pais n gold for New Voik and a heavy caigo of general merchandise. The commander of the Mexican g'liilm.it served notice on Cap!. 1 1 lift on Ihe .Mo ro 4 Castle to appear to-morrow lo atii-wi- . criminal charge, no fiiuhei explain I am being glvin regarding this ihatM Capt. Huff liiiinciliiitel ilespati lieil 'Pin cers ashore to Hud out his voiel was stopped, These officer,) fnllni to ob tain any satisfaction. iiic.v win- n formed that the charge brought ag. st Capt Huff would be explain, d al to mortow's hearing. Cnniiinnlima nf Ilia In .lull, ll Hie ipeiuhfls ol the lll.ssii. f i I I which Gen. Fillx Hl.u. was Hi. aie now In prison and will probabl hu returned to Havana on the trago.,i Gen. Diaz I- determined to icinaui in Mexico despite Hie warnings of Gnn lluiirta's 'representative. He In Indiumi'i over the Impilsoniiienl of his frieniis a-'I has been unable to learn the ean-e of their finest. He eeills undecided as 'n whether lie will go to .Mexico cltj to at tend Sunday's election. Diaz Is said to have appealed foi refugs In the German consulate, but piobab v cannot get there. The streets ,n patrolled heavily and the cits is ipin An unconfirmed report says the tlii 'K Madeios who were ancsted in Monrcuy never will icaiii the capital, and i s hinted openly that they have lueit I.i nil They are supposed to be on Hun way to Mexico city. May Face Court-Mart In I. .tn. Diaz faces a most illllictilt situ Hon. A General of the Mexican nun) in '"' co H .t active service, he Is under orders f I mil Ii s ommatider. Gen. Iluerta, to return to ivanii nboatd' Hte Mexican giinbn.i' Zarago.a. He Is a candlilate fm Pits1 dent and tn go to Havana In foi the elections, set for Sunday, would dis. Iiiallfy hlin. The Mexle.ni C'iiii-IiIiiIhiii provldrs that a candidate foi President must lie on Mexican soil nt Hie time of Hie election, To refuse to obey an app.iieut v harmless military order that lookul rrgil Inr on its lace would make Dnu liable I In arrest and com l-tu.irtiu! for iiisubov I dtnntion. To go to Havana would cott him his ctiaiiue of being Piesldent Prnm nent polltieiaiis nere peiieve tne Gen. Hueita will iislgu to-il.i oi to-tn In oidei' to h a I'.in'llil.iti' In in lihntlal eh - tion on Sunday tilriillnunl ni' nl Hie .Melea i aiuaton nil Pn 4, j