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Rain to-day; probably fair to-morrow; light tm. ic moderate winas. Detailed weather reports will be found 2 -Wj jut pane J" VOL. LXXXI. NO. 55. HENNESSY ASKS TO FACEM'CALL "iVnjrcrs He Can't Answer Seven Questions on City Affairs. MONK ABOUT MCltl'llY fliarjres Stnt i Officers With I 'art in $15,000,000 Orai't l'p St ilk'. I'ltOMlsKS A SENSATION Will Tell of Alleged Con vi'i.u lion With Stilwell in I'liMMl Oil. .! n llciitii'tf.v challenged Kdw.ird M Cm: I last night 111 Brooklyn, to ap- 'a- on the same singe with lilm and i . ,nwor ton questions on city admin-.- : .it ion affairs. Hi promised to vote fur Mcdll If ibe latter sticcocde ' In answering five tin ton questions. He said tliat Mc i a I ';ncw less about city affairs tliun .i. landldato over nominated, Mo mucked Murphy and Tammany Ha . aga.n and told of incidents In Sul i' liirlit against "the chief." (in Monday nltfht Mr. Heiincrisy 1 1 miod a feensitilon rolntlnr to a 1 1 r. orfatlon he had with ex-f-enator well ,n State plNon. ' n I. 'rlmmlns came out la sup- u i of .Mc all, Prendergnst and Me- Vim-iiy lie settled doubts of many Voiit tho Catholic vote In regard to the ('iptrollor. Uy puislng the toner's s and in reward to Catholic institutions ... I'C'initinK to the city. Iame K. Gaffncy. .1. Sergeant Cram . nl G. V. Plunkltt joined in the chorus ' denials of the charges made in re spect to them by Sulzer and Hennessy. HENNESSY DARES HcCALL. . Waul IIIiu to Amntr Tu que. t tlnns on City Affairs, .loll i A Hennessy says he will ote for Tin aril K. MoCull. Walt there are cer i. nnrtllions. 1. Judge MrCall." the sizzling fusion in aisner said tn 2.200 Votois In Pins- ' I l.i tl. Brooklyn, last night, "will meet v. Carnegie Hall or the Academy of 'lis. n Brooklyn 1 will guarantee the ill' nt of the hall. I will leave nut all i- iMi'ional lsucs I have discussed, .. I v III auk Judge MrCall ten questions j i! I lie city of Now York and about its ?u ctiinwnt. and if he answers seven of th- t. n I will vote for him. Nil more fundamentally Ignorant ran- I late hi relation to the city of New York iut i.e. been nominated for so high an urn. ' in any generation that I remember," II Hc-niiess added, few minutes later he luoadened his liallcngc. He said that he would vote for Mr McCall If Ihu Democratic candidate would answer five out of ten questions ih.it Mr. Hennessy would ask about the eity Charter. Mr. Hennessy vowed that Ir. McCull couldn't remember what was i-il three paragraphs of the Charter. Ilrnneaar lloaree. . Inestigator Hennessy's speed was a Utile lets than usual last night because he was hoarse. Ho promised a sen w.tion when he speaks on Monday night. ' Murphy and McCall say they are not cnlns to answer until Hennessy gets through," he said. "Then they will have o wait until after election. On next Mon duv niKht Hennessy wli; tell a very Inter- tins story about ex-Senator Stilwell, now n state prison, and Hennessy was with stilwel for five hours, and while there a x outagraph whs working and a good stenog- H)JlCr Was WuricllIBi, nu . nave n. .rw een ear for storing up what I hear. nf course, I can't tell that to you In Utail. and I will explain that on Mon ia Hut I will tell some things that VI throw a side light on this pure and NundrtllH Tammany government you nave 'id They are stealing fifteen million of money up the State." Mr. Hennessy drew a picture of Got. Sulzer proposing to barter State offices lth Charles F Murphy an If he were playing a chess (tame. He said ho ilmtJSht It waa "the most dramatic mo ment In Hulzcr's career." Murphy whs trying to get Sulzer to lu make ficorge M. Palmer chairman of tho I up-Ktate Public Service Commission. 'ixirgf Foster Pcabody, Henry Morgen- .!,, Hi, man ..lull ..nwuinr, csiy and other friends of the Governor J I . fre at the People's House. They talked II -"1 afternoon and until midnight. question of Palmer Dp, "Then as night canio along," said Mr. Ilinnrt-sy, "the Governor brought up tho 'I'l'Mlon or George M. Palmer again and then and there told him that If he 1 l not ream the consideration of '''liner's name ho could not expect the suppoit of anybody who was there prca- m nd then the Governor, walking up and "imi the room, said: "Well, we have got y 'o play chess. 1 am a pretty good chess nurr myself. We will let Murphy have .'hit pawn. After a while we will take ' "is bishop, and so, If I can give him .imf thing and get twice as much for It mi lie control the Senate that la tho I'st way to do It." " nd wo aald, 'No, it Is not. It la bet- that you cannot have anybody con firmed by that Senate than to aend In "e improper name for confirmation.' Our policy won out and the winning of that policy probably destroyed William Sulzer. Probably somo friends Continutd oh Fourth Pag. , NEW McCALL MEN SNAP AT LONG ODDS. Mltchel Men Offer !l to I Unman Trie to Make Bel. More McCall money made Its appear ance In the financial district yesterday, when the Mltchel supporters offered odds of tn l, which prevailed throughout the day. On the curb a bet of $2,000 tc 11.000 was registered. Several smaller bets were also placed at the nboc odds. Kreak beta had their day. One bet of 1100 to t00 was placed that Suiter would not defeat the Socialist candidate In his district by more than S50. Fred Schumni leportcd an offer of i 1,000 even money that McCall would get as many votes as Mayor Oaynor did. and also quo''' an offer of 60 to $250 that Mltchel would be elected by SO.000 votes. Other offers were I1.000 even that Mltchel would carry five boroughs: 1300 even that ho would Ret a plurality of 30,000 and 1500 even that he would carry Kings county by 25, 000 plurality. A middle, aged woman approached sev eral curb brokers and offered lo bet $30 ex en money that Mltchel would defeat MrCall. Her wager was not accepted. ISAAC LEVY SINKINO RAPIDLY. Was .Not Expected to SurvlTe the .Mht, but Wm Cheerful. Tho doctors attending Isaac Levy, the clothing manufactuier who took bichlor ide of mercury tablets last Sunday night by inlstnke, said last night that It was doubtful that Mr. Levy would live through the night. He had a bad night the night before, sleeping little. Dr. Jacob Sarnoff said that only tho man's nerve pulled him through. Mr. Levy still retains his none and cheerfulness. Knotting that nothing ran prevent his death, ho spends most of the time trying to mak the members of his family believe that he will recover. His wife and twehc children visit him In relays. He slept for short periods to day. Wheiv awake he kept Insisting that thoie Is nothing much the matter with him. COCHRAN WILL BUILD CUP DEFENDER ALONE (.'oniniisions William (Jardner to Design 7o Foot Sloop Orders Carte IMnnehe. Alex Smith Cochran will tike up Mit gle handed his part of the defence nf til America's cup. The Yonlcors sportsman, who for nine years lias been a member of the New York Yacht Club, has commis sioned William Gardner to design a 75 foot sloop yacht to take part In the trial races. Mr. Gardner has designed many fast racing yachts and the only condition Imposed by Mr. Cochran Is that he shall not accept an order from any other yachtamen or syndicate to design an other sloop for the same purpose. No limit Is plnced on the amount to b. expended for the new bout, the nnJeii being to produce the fastest yacht pos sible under Alio present lule of the New York Yacht Club. The builder of the yacht has not been announced, Thei was general rejoicing among yachtsmen last night when they hearil that Mr. Cochran had come forward for tin- de fence of the cup and they wore pleas-d that the boat was to be designed by Gard ner, as with two designers In the Held the prospects of success am blighter than if the whole, burden fell on the Her rcshoff". Mr. Cochiau Is by no means a novice In the lacing of fui-l yuchts. He had the schooner Westward designed and built for him by Herreshoif In ISM. This yacht crossed .the ocean and defeated the lust boats In England and Germany. After winning the Kaiser's cup at Cowes the Westward came here, raced for one sen son and then was sold to a Gorman yachtsman. Mr. Cochran lias not owned a racing yacht since. Besides being an enthusiastic yachtsman Mr. Cochran lately has become interrstid in the turf. He owns the great Jumper Postboy, which has been sent to Kngland to try to win the Grand National, the blue ribbon of atecplechaslng, which never has fallen to an American owner. PLAN TO SLOW UP MAIL WAGONS. Jlajor trse to Have Speed Prltl lee Taken Oat ol Law. Frederic It. Coudert, president of the National Highways Protective Society, wrote to Mayor Kline yesterday suggest ing that the Mayor urgo the Board of Aldermen to strike out of the cltv traffic, laws the clause exempting United States Government mall wagons from the pro visions of the laws. "There docs not seem to be anv reason for exempting these vehicles from the ordinary police laws and ordinances of the State of New York while thev are on the State's highways," wrote Mr. Coudert. "I am convinced that the exemption In the ordinance must have been due to a misconception of the powers of the local authorities over highway traffic. "There la nothing In the Constitution of the United States or tho Federal laws requiring that United States mall wagons should be allowed to rush through our streets like juggernauts exacting their tribute of blood." Mr. Coudert also wrote that his societv has placed the matter before tho Depart ment of Justlcb and that the Department will be willing to help In relieving the situation after the Aldermen havo dono their part. STOLE TO SEE WORLD'S SERIES. Bastoa Treasarer, Short 4,RI8, Mo tored Betwera Two Cities, TlosTON, Oct.21Hdmuncl V. Lone, 20 years old, treasurer of tho Filrno Store Employees Cooperative Association, pleaded guilty to-day to the charge of larceny of the association's funds. Lano, It Is alleged, has taken 11,818 of the funds slnen the middle of July. For several weeks ho entertained his friends lavishly and got a leave of absence to at tend the world's baaebal) aeries, travelling between Now York und Philadelphia by automobile and spending $1,000. After tho games were over he did not return to the utorc. He was located In New York ai he was making plans to so to California, YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1913 Copuilght. 01 Y WD X DDtrTi DV EI DE oiA, utnrruiDi rino, AREBDRNEDTO DEATH Tank of VaruMi Kxploilrs, Sot ting Aflame (jninients of Kloelng Workmen. THHKK WOMEN PKHlSlf Many Koscneil From tltiililing; Hndly Burned Three in llospitiil Mny Die A tire which upload po lapidly that flames were shooting through the roof be fore the first alarm was sent in trapped three women, a man and two boys and burned them to death In the six story building at 210 Canal stiect yesterday afternoon. Throe moie may die from their buiti". The women and the man were caught In the otllce of the Llndbo Shim Company on the fourth flooi. One of the bos was killed In th rear nf the Uoyal Machine Works on the. third Moor, whole the the started, and another boy died from Ills Injuries In the Hudson Street Hospital. 1. 1st of the Dead. HOFFMAN, I'llAIII.Kri It, i M'a" ,. married, f :14 Went 1 10th stiret. man ager or the l.ltiilhe .Shim t.'ompam. MOl'.UIS. MAIITIIA. :3 ears old. Mnslr. of 1:3 Went 14 3 street, loiraph'r, ern ployed by the t.lmlho company JACOtl. J KAN, il yfiri old. of ISIS minion- stret. Tim Uronk, irnonrnphe r, em ployeil liy the 1,1 ml lie lainpanv. UKHKOFI, MIm lin.VIi:. 1 3T0 Hrl.tnw mreet, The tlronx. utenoitraphpi employed by the I. Inilne eompmy. OON.Ol.O. J A. MP.. . .rnt nt.l. nf SI Hester street, a helper emloed In the Koyal Machine Worke lllSF, .IOIIN. 16 er old. of t:'l Moll mieet. helper. in;plivnl hy the lliml Maihlne Work. 1, 1st of Injured. ICLT.lli:.S. KUANK, SS yeur old. of .It me etreet, Ilrniikl) n . fractured hip and deep burn, of bsck and chest, not erp.ced to IKe. In IIu.1j.iti street hospital I.AHNO. THANK, IT er old. of S" Mac duugkl street, a helper In the ttnal Ma ihlne WorUj, burned about fare, arm ar.d bsck. nut exported lle In Hud "on street hutpltnl. SK.MMALTO. ANOUt.O. 1" i'" old. nf Ut Mot street, a helper In ihe Jioya! Ma chine Work Uctp burin of bod . nnt ex pected lo 11. In St. Vincent's Hospital VI'. UATO. JOnKI'lt, 30 veirs old, of f." Kenmere street, toolmak.'r In the Iluynl .Machine Works; burns of arms and face, Treated and sent home Crash Shook, the Building;. The fire stalled In the loft of the ltoy.il Machine Works on tho third floor. Work men lighted n gas tire under a bake ocn used for drying lucquor, and It had tieen going only a few minutes when, at '.MO o'clock, the oven exploded and set (Ire to a vat of lacquer a few feet away, which blew up with a crash that shook the building and sent sheets of tire fly ing through the loft. Flames and smoke lnllou.il out of the windows of the bull. line 0:1 the Canal stieot side and up through the floors In the roar and shut In those who lost their lives with Impassable walls of (lame. "The poor devils never had a chance," said acting Chief Smoky Joe Martin. Assistant District Attorney Joseph Skinner of tl.e homicide bureau Mat toil an Investigation nt tho illtivtloti of Dis trict Attorney Whitman as soon as the flames went und-r rntril and the build ing could bo on vriil Ho mill last iilxht that he had not boon nliln to decide whether an action for crimln il negligence should be started. The tops of llfu would )ia . been much greater If many of the lofts had not been empty, owing to the Jewish holiday. When all of the many businesses In the buildings from 201 to 212 Canal street, all of which were gutted, urn In operation there aie several hundred persons In the lofts, but yesterday them were scarcely ion When the explosion came, which Jarred the earth for blocks around. Sergt. Pat rick Sheridan, at the llowory and Canal street, saw flamo and smoke shoot far out Into the. street and then cut 1 up along the front of the building low aid the roof. . He. stalled 011 tho inn and by the time he got there men and women were light ing for places on the (Ire escape In tho front and on the Mulberry street side. Sheridan and the policemen under him, thinking that an alarm had been turned In, devoted their attention to getting the people oft the escapes. Sets Kleelnn (Hrl Afire. The explosion of the Japanning vat In the Royal Machine loft threw the blazing liquid composed of asphultum. Unseed oil and varnish over tho clothes of the ten or twelve men walking then; and they camo down tho fire escapes with their garments burning like living torches. A stenographer, Jonnlo howls of 420 Hast Eighty-sixth street, had Just climbed out of a window to the ladder when 0110 of these, men stumbled against her and set her clothes on (lie. She was not badly burned. Most of the men In the Uoyal plant were taken to tho hospital. There was an Instance of heroism among the men on this foor which was seen by thoso III the street. Joseph I)e (laota. the foreman, who ordered Krank Hughes to light the oven which caused tho Are, wns one of those blown to the floor by the force of tho explosion. As ho staggered through tho blinding smoke to the window ho stumbled ovor llnirhea nhn with tl broken hln and hih.Ii severe burns that ho may die, was help- less, He Gaeta'a urms and bauds wero burned almost raw, but he stooped over and lifting Hughes In Ids arms made his way to tho lire escape. Tho agony of having the heavy man resting on his arms hud almost overcotno him when ho reached the first floor and he would have fallen with his burden if Sorgt. Sheridan had not caught Hughes from him and helped both tho men to the street. Do (laetti was trouted by un ambu lance surgeon and wont homo, but Hughes was taken to the Hudson street hospital, It was In the ofllce nf the Ltndho Shim Company, directly over the Knyal Works, that the loss of llfn was greatest, ll. (I. Continued on Fifth I'agt. SURE TYPHOID CURE CLAIMED. Unman Serum t'sed by Jlarrtman l.abratorr Experimenter. San Khancisco, Oct. 21. Dr. George 11. Carson of thn Southern Pacific ltatlroad medical force announced to-day the dis covery of what ho asserts Is a cure for typhoid fever without vaccination. Hli method Is a variation of tho modo of handling diphtheria. As the lower animals cannot contract typhoid Hr. Car son uses human serum. The treatment begins with the Injection of the serum from the blood of a con valescent case Into the patient. There Is generally a rise In temperature, but nor mal Is usually reached on the day fol lowing Injection. In three or four days, If tho temperature rises, another Injection is given. The serum treatment appears to have aborted tho disease In every rase tried. Severe cases arc made mild. The longest time that elapsed before tho patient became entirely normal after treatment was six teen days, thus robbing the patient of the horrors of the third week of complica tion!!. These experiments and the discovery were made possible by the fact that Mrs. It, If. Hnrriman endowed the research laboiatory here with $60,000. DEADLY MACHINE GETS TO DEAD LETTER OFFICE Mailed From Cincinnati to New Zenland With Insuffi cient I'ostajre. Washington', Oct, 21 An Infernal tna- ehltie containing enough nitroglycerine to have depopulated the buieau found Its way Into the dead letter office to-day and, because of tho suspicious nature of ohm of the olerks. was turned over to the local police and later to I'nclo Sam's torpedo experts at the At my War College before any damage occurred. The machine consisted of a pasteboard box with a wire which extended within and connected with a detonator. It was addressed to Krank Goldberg, Wellington, Now Zealand, and 'was mailed two days aRo In Cincinnati. There was no return nddrosa on the outside and as It had not been properly prepaid had bren held for postage. Looking for the address of the sender or some identification of the source of tho package one of the clerks took off its outer wrappings. Within was a wooden ho six Inches long, four Inches wide and two Inches defp. The lid had been screwed on and n wire connected the screw heads and disappeared within the box. At the barracks the machine was turned over to Capt. T. M. Hobcrts of the en gineer corps. He ordered it out to the parade ground, where tho soldiers dug a hole In tho ground, put a small charge of "Triton" under tt und exploded the mass with tlectrlcity. The "Triton" simply splintered the txix. leaving cnouith of the fragments to Indicate the mechanism of the machine. The llftlns of the lid by the unwary recipient nf the tnachln- would havo drawn a small bunch of matches roughly across a strip of sandpaper and Ignited a fuse. This fuse led Into a metal cylinder containing a paste of which nitroglycerine was tho liquid component evidently a form of dnumlte, althouch no attempt was made In analyze the bae of the ex plosive. Capt Unbelts said the machine was most Ingeniously contrived and of a deadly cbaractoi. An attempt will be made to tiaco thi source of the package and if possible flni the sender. The handwriting on the outside of the pack age was in foreign scilpl, probably Ger man or Austrian. BOSTON DOCK CONTRACT SIGNED. Three Mtramshlp Companies Agree to Stale's Terms. ItOhTON, (Jet. 21. A contract between tile (Kill directors and the International Mercantile and Marine Company, the Oman! Line and the Hamburg-American Lino for the use of the dry dock to be constructed by the State In South lloston was signed to-day by the Hrst named com pany All that ictnalns now Is confirma tion by tin Governor and Council. The oontiact colls for the puymont of 150,000 a car for twenty years by tin throe steamship companies, for which they will have the right to use the dock at, any time they wish, but If charges ex ceed $50,000 in any one year the com panies will pay the excess. If th dock proves self-sustaining In any year the guarantee pnyment by the three com panies will lie lessoned. Tho dock will cost $3,000,000. YOWLING GIBBON IN THE ZOO. Just Arrived Prom Kngland and la tbr Second In America. The prlmite house In the Zoological Park received a new accession vesterdav a gibbon. Gibbons aie tho only apes that habitually walk upright. Their Is one other specimen In America. The new apo Is a female and weighs but twenty-five pounds. She came from Kngliind on thn Olympic. She is in telligent looking and nicely marked. Al though Inclined to be snappy she soon made friends with Ferdinand Kiigeholm, her keeper. She spent tho day uttering her cry, which Is a long series of yowls, covering 11 rangu of two octaves. The new arrival makes tho park's collection of apes the tlnest In the world. It comprises ton that are culled lust fipes, four chimpanzees, flve orangs and tho gibbon. 'D0O, RAILROAD MASCOT, IS ILL. Unary, n Great Traveller, Has a Hank Account In Jamaica. Honey, tho dog mascot of the Long Island ltatlroad, who travelled alone west to Chicago, south to Philadelphia, und all over Long IhIuikI, Is III In the dog hos pital at Ilr, XV. L. Johnson. 76 Van Wyctt avenue, Jamaica, The dog la about 15 years old, und is 111 of a complication of dlseaucH duo to his age. Hoxcy has a gold collar given to him by tho Long Island Itallroad men and a pass over thn railroad. He has a bank account in thn Corn Kxlinngn Hank' branch In Jumalcu. Ho lias a habit Of attaching himself to people, living with them for a week or two, and then pick ing up a new tiomt. 1913, 61 (Ae 8hi JVittllnj7 and Publishing WILSON IN NEW NOTE TO PUP HUERTA'S CASE BEFORE WORLD REBEL REPULSE AT. MONTEREY REPORTED Federals Snid in llHve Pursued Them After a Severe Defeat. FKJHTINO LASTS A DAY He treat of Insurrectos Cut Off. Accordinjr to Humor Wires Are Down. .Vjiecid OitV Dopnlc, lo Tar. t . Mexico Citv, Oct. 24 Monterey has been attacked again by the rebels . "The fighting lasted all day. Three columns under Gens, ocatanza and Anaya and Col. l'.lcardo Pena assisted the Federals In the reported repulse of the rebels. The first two columns were detached ftotn Saltlllo and the last fioin Hlpollto. The rebels were forced to le tieat, It Is said, and wore badly beaten. The Federals pursued them and cut off their retreat, according lo olllclal Infot matlon. Hlnnciurt t.rla Despatch. tion, l!lauiuct rerelwd a despatch fiom Monteiey, sent to Cadoreyta by messen ger and telegraphed heio via Tamplco, fraying that the ir litis reattacked Mon terey In the morning on the northwest, coming up nt 4 o'clock on the outskirts of the clt. There was fierce flchtlng in the stiects immediately, especially upon the north sldo of the town around tho foundries and breweiles, and nlso near the ceme tary, which is on tho west Mdo of thu town. All houses were barricaded and the town was given up to terrific light ing. Utillet.s sepl the Mnts until noon, when Gen. Ociranz.i and Itlcardn Pena, sent by Velasro. arrived with 1,500 men. The artillery Immediately eiiKagod th' rebels on the north, -xitlllntt inor, turn that side, while tho flrtriiig continued furlounly around the ci.net.'. . until 2 o'clock, when Gen. Lum Ariuya, v 1th l.OOu men, sent by Trj;v Aub.-:, cirlvcd In the western rebejs' fear, shelling thm with heavy attlllcry. Tho rebels slowly foil back, then broke and lied, pursued by tho Federals. All the rebel lied to to northward and west ward. Winn the Federals under Pena, Anaya tnd Ocarnnna. who puisued them, returned to Monterey bonis Inter they weie recoiled with wild rejoicing Uwm the part of the populace. Flowers wore strewn in the streets and llrewotks won set off. The .Minister of War savs o tebels are supposed to have been killed and theie was a greater number of wounded. Thole nre no details yet, ns the d.4nl bale not been picked up. (initials of the National Hallways say that they have bee.u fiultless'.y trying since Wednesday to send a messenger to Monteiey u, ilml out wiia: the situation Is. Tiny declare that no telegrams of anv sort have left the place and ns-ert that the Government message last night de claring that the rebels had been repulsed must havo been sent out by messenger to a telephuue post, The l.illwuy otlhi.i's dtclaie that all railway and Government wires are down from Va negus northward on the lino from San Luis Potosi to Monterey, and north from Cadoreyetta on the line to Tamplco and Monterey. The wiies from Monterey to the frontier are also down. The roads are torn up whore the wires Hie down. Iteriiforcrnients From Snltlllo. Olllclals of the i.ilwa)s belloie that Gen. Velasco got tralnloads of rt'cufoi ce ments Into Montuti'.v finm Saltlllo this morning. They say the road ftoiu Sal tlllo to Monterey via Pnredon Is good tn within thirty kilometers of Monterey and that the Foderala could dlsentraln In at tacking the rebel rear, as the rebel attuck was known to be mostly from the north west. A prominent Spanish sinelterman says that 1,000 rebels occupy the northern part of Monterey, where thn smelters of the American Smelting nnd Hellnlng Com pany and tho Compaula Fundldora dc Flerro y Acccr dn Monterey are located. There tiro here nlso the Monterey Brewing Company plant and 0 nail plant both large concerns. Ho suys that the Fedeials arc stiongest In the soutli centre of tin city, but could not turn their artillery upon tlm rebels without ruining pioperty, which Is largely owned by foreigners. All accounts Indicate that Saltlllo ivl quiet. tiofrrnmrnt's Information. Tim Minister of tho Interior says to night that the Goeriiiiiont received tele grams forwarded from Monterey at 3 o'elock this afternoon saying that Velasco had Nont iceiiforconionta under Gens. Joaquin Toller, and Kduatdo Ocaranxa, whu arrhed at Monterey, and that tlm Federals, assisted by armed citizens, drove out the leliels again at noon, tranquillity being restored. It is said that Gen. Folix Diax will be forced tn remain at Vera Cru until aftpr tho elections. Gen. Blanqiiot's prlvato soo rotuiy, Vldaurraxaga, has left .Mexico city for Vera Cruz for now instructions. Pi eminent FellclstuH deny the rumors of Pla's Imprisonment at Vein Crux. They ilociaro that hu Is delaying his com lilg to Mexico city because ho is being brniquotted by political clubs of Jalapa, Orizaba and other towns which sent dele gates to Vera Crux to welcomo him. They Bay that Diaz walks freely about Vera Cruz, whern ho lives with his hiothers-ln-law near tho American Con sulate, ' They ulso say that Diaz haa been invited to lodge at tho Consulato or aboard an American warship, the In vitation coming from Washington, but max excused himself. They assert that ho likewise declined hospitality on the German cruiser Herttm anchored at Vera Crua. Association. HOW TO DEAL WITH MILITANTS. MMstnl Ktarirnts Wreck Mnffragettr Offices Completely, uial Cable DctpotcU tn Th Scs Lonoon, Oct. 21. Students of the litis lol University took revenge on tho suf fragettes for the destruction of thn mil voislty sports pavilion by wrecking tho local offices of tho Women's Social and Political Union In Bristol to-day. They smashed the windows, furniture, type writers and fittings and made 11 bonfire In the street of nil the books and papers found In the ofllces. The work of drstiuctlon was finished before) the police arrived, No ariesls were mndo. Miss SyUla Panklitiist was intricd 011 a stretcher to a meeting this t venlng. Propped up on pillows the made n speech saying that when Parliament ni"t 1111 Hast Knd "army" would match to Downing street with sticks and stones to force the Cabinet Into giving the ote to women. A warning that militant sulfragrtle s j have planned to place bombs slmult.ine- ! ously hi the parcel otllces of all the groat , nillioad stations throughout tho lountrv' has been received by the general man- ( iigers of tho railway rompanlos, acootil tug to an otllclal notification Issued bore to-day. THERE CAN'T BE TWO KAISERS. trior Whet Make I'p I, Ike P.niprrnr' Must Change It. 1 fipertal 'tiblt DetpQlcft ti Tin: St. lIcitl.lN, Oct. 21. llevauso thn actor 1 Paul playing In the comedy 'The Gay Capital" looks so much like the Kaiser the police have ordoied him to change his makeup so as nut to resemble the lim pet or. Paul, who Is playing at the Deutsche Schausplelhaus, litis the role oftrum llukt Chl tstlaii. He wears the Kalsoillku mustache and lis foatutts have a strong resemblance 10 those of tho monarch. Toe police came to the conclusion that ho was trying to make the Kuls,r appeal ridic ulous, VINCENT ACTOR LIVES UP STATE. Writes Mierlrr That Ilr la An ,im a llrsldriil of .New York City, Vincent Astor no longer regards New York city as his legal place of lesldence. This was shown yesterday when he wiote a letter to Sheriff Hurburger resigning as a member of tho third panel of thu Sheiiff's Jury. In his kttor he said: "I regret to tell you that ns I have recently become a resident of Dufmss county I am dlsiiualllli d from again serv ing on tho Sheriff's Juty In this city." .Mr. Astor Is financial m.magei of tv fusion campaign, but according to lits letter he will be unable to ote hole at Hi. coming election. The Sheriff nartied NoI"oti W, Green,ir of the Greenhut-Slogel Cooper Conu any to succieil Mr Astor on the third pan i HYDE ASKS TO PRACTISE AGAIN. Counsel Sh. lie Is Prmillrsa mid Should He Hrlnstalrd. John II Stauehtleld appealed to the Appellate HivKon y. sterday to niustate ox-City Chamberlain e'harie.s II. Hdo as a member of the bar and pleaded that Hyde Is now penniless and that unless h Is permitted to practise law again ho anU his family may starve. .Mr. Stanchlleld said thai Hd- was ds. ban oil us soon as ho w as convicted of btlbetj, and the order striking Ills name from the roll of attorneys wan made be the Bar Association without waiting for the decision on his appeal. He said that since Hyde has boon exonerated by the Appellate Division there is nothing to do but reinstate him The colli t lescrved decision TURKEY TROT SWAMPS TOWN. Coero, Texas, Wires War lepnrt liienl In Lend It -lull Col.. W csiii.MiToN, Oct. 21 Four bundled cots for a turkey trot celebration that Is .1 modest tcquoFt received at tho War Department to. day from the town of Cuero, Tex. "It Is ery necessaiy," says the tele gram tecolved at the War Department, "th.it wo have 300 or 400 additional cots partially to take care of the crowds that we arc expecting during our turkey trot celebration, There are In the Adjutant General's department 100 to 500 cots which wo could get provided that we can obtain tho War Department's consent to use them." The consent of the War Department has not yet been obtained. It was explained by those who have been to Texas that the town of Cuero Is a great shipping nlnt for turkeys und that tho shipment for the fall and Thanksgiving trade are alwnjs made the occasion of a carnival. DILLON WALLACE IS SAFE. ".MIsalnK" Labrador Kxplorer Found In St. Johns, X, P. Sr. John's, Newfoundland, Oct. II. Dillon Wallace has been here for tho past fortnight. He returned from Labrador by the regular mail boat. He will bo sur prised to know In Is reported dead. He loaves for New York by the steamer Htcphaiin to-morrow. He would have gone last Saturday, but tho tegular boat was laid off. His Lubrndor tilp was devoid of any Incident nf Importance, Ife failed to reach Grand Falls, the great rascado in thn Interior, bevausc his canoo was smashed on thn way. Beacon, Oct. 21. Mrs. Sarah Brussop, sister of Dillon Wallace, the Labrador explorer, said to-night that she received word from him nix weeks ago. Ho ex pected to nrrlvo here In the latter part of October and Ills uppcarunco was antic ipated at any time. It requires three weeks for a letter from Labrador to reach here. A PI.UAHANT-FAt'i:U MAN IS TUP. C'tlVN I'll Vft IIKST AHMKT. A practical. Aeil. hie pibsncu pouch, holding both pipe sod lo. hsreo In a most convenient form, Try It tor flshluf. for shooilng. for trawling, for romrnui. Inf. One Dollar by mall. The AUtofether Pouch, Lsooara St., Pi. Y HO A I'lAaAnT!, ACEU NI-A4. PRICE 6 Will THI Why He Distrusts Dictutor anil Suiuliiy's Election. "IiTKinW' OX l.AU.OTS Army a I Juarez to Vote Solidly for Him. Of ficers Say. UINTA IX SAVS "Xo SPLIT" Diplomatic Corps at 3lexico City Tries Aain t Solve l'rolilem. is noi'KlTI. or srciT.ss .Moiro ( tle Leaves Vera Cruz After l-'imitive Legislator. Are Taken Off. President Wilson has iln lih .I in send a now nolo to tho Powers of the world defending the American policy in th Mexican crisis, and asserting that tlm Administration will iccokiiIzo un Civ eminent,, in the Western llvml.-phi m unless they nr.- founded mi const. id tmnal law and order. He , . Plain why ho cannot recognize Huort.i or any Mexican President elected Sun day. Partial lellef wae exptes.-ed at Wash ington yesterday hs the resii of Huertn's disclaimer of being a I'n s. dcntlal candidate, but the Admlni-u a tiou is deeply concerned owr the .it:,, tudo of the Powers with legnrd in the Mexican situation. Another attempt In bring tr.ndo 1 y the Diplomatic Corps at Mexico oav lltul n plan which will induce PivMilotit Wilson tn approve of U10 election ;o morrow Tho diplomats are hopeful .if success. In spin- of his proris.-cd sr.f- .111 In.iUon Iluortu's natuo lijs u pound ! ballots illstrlbuteil In .lu.iroz. white It !s xaid the army II vote solnlly f..r him. A high auiiioi . in London mini mod Tin: Sin cmrosiunilont that tli.-t, j no dlt-amootivnt between Gnat llritni and tho Tnltnl States. Ho ilocluieil th.t tap Ilritlsli Government 1 anxious .1 cuopelate in every way po.-sibli . Tho Gorman Government unti.Min. . .1 that It hail reached no decision to sop pot 1 Great Britain' stand in Mexic Tin Wr. I liner .Morro C.istlo '.oft Vera Cruz with Mrs. John l.iml on board. It was explained that tin s-iup was detained merely so that tho llociiu Mexican legislators! could bo taken otf, which was dono by tho police NOTE TO SHOW A POLICY. Formal Iteoounllloii tn lie ml eel Where l.mv I llhryed, Washington, (let :'1 Tho next moon by the Wilson Administration in denllt.g witli tho Mexican situation will bo the Issuing of a note explaining to the world Its reasons for having t of used to iecognl. tho Hucrta Government and thu Gnwtn. ment which will conn into being ns a re suit of Sunday's eh'ctlon. This note will bo a dofonoe of the course of the United Stntos In refusing to extend Its aid to a Government founded on murder nnd 111 son. It will make clear to the world that under tho Wilson Ad ministration the only Gove rnments in the Western Hemisphere which may aspire to formal recognition by the I'nited States are those that are founded on constitu tional law and order. The belief hero to-night Is that th note also must necessarily contain a Mnt ment of the duties of thn I'lilted States toward the Central Aniorlcnn 11 publics under the Monroe Doctrine as tlm present Administration Interprets tliotu There will bo no backward stop in the forthcoming statement of tho Admlnisti.i tlon's policy, and It Is predicted there will remain no doubt in thu iuIihIh cither of Mexican or Huropcan nations us to Jtt-t whom the United States stands in irfn once to tho Mexican problem. It apparently Is President Wilson s li. teutlon to state his reasons for haling applied u moral tost to tho Huciia liin ernment so dearly and so fence fully that nny Kuropeun nation which recognizes tho Government set up In Mexico by Sun day's election will do so with the full knowledge of this Government's Insistence upon only constitutional, orderly govern ment In the Western Hemisphere JVo Fundamental Thaiiai'. Though fundamentally unchanged t'e Mexican situation was somewhat rtilovlni; to-day. The Administration rrgaidod w th satisfaction Hitorta's announcement tlint ho would not bo a candidate or nccipt election to tho Presidency. The Wat Pepartment was informed bv the British Government that Sir Lionet Carden bad disclaimed tho critical Inti 1 vlnw attributed to him In Mexico city, nnd Ambassador Jusseruud called to tell Secretary Bryun that he had aont In a formal notice that bit Governmtnt waa