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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Cloudy and colder t--dgy, fltobably preceded
by rain; jnably,lairJp-rnorrow.
Detailed weather Wpqrts WHf-,bfbund on page 13.
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913. Copyright, 1913. 6; thr Sim Printing erne! PublhMvg Association. 86 PAGES
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
VOL. LXXXI. NO. 56.
ALLAN RYAN NOW
mijs Financier's Sim Con
spired With Murphy
to I ; 1 1 i i ) Him.
HKXIKS STOliY AT TIUAI.
jU'cliircs Tammany Chief
pocketed $10,000 Cam
pa iim Gift ofU.van.
, UAIMSKS UK WAS THICKKD
'Ari'iiM's Kyan of Voaimr
Mipatlit'tir Friend While
W ham Sulzer In a sp 'coll last night
fharscd that Charles Murphy Rot
no nun contribution from Allan Hyan.
t Ji of Thomas F. Kyan. He declnrei
that I'.van inmmunle.ited with him tinder
an assumed name. "Morgan"; that Kyan
, ailed the Impeachment of Sulzer tn
outrage" and asserted that his fnth
,. .,M call olT Murph.
Kdward K. McCall and Charles .
M i'rph probablv will not wait until
Ml, r and Uennessy get through mak
ing ,n eusatlons.
M. Call may make rfplv to-dav. Mur
phy ' statement Is expected next week'
.. win ask Sulzer nnd Uennessy tn
ernie th.ir charges before a .lurv or an
i-vnurv conducted by Snv. (ilvnn
Mi Call In an address before the
M i-. ill ltns ness ..len League ih
Ilro..klyu esterdav ald he would not
of slander, but
l.ledccd himself to take care of the '
i ler-llennessy churgei-. 1
J idge McCall, speaking to a delega
tion from Oie McCall Business Men'K
League of Hrouklyn, charged Mltchel 1
ith dereliction of duty In not investl- ',
rating the OilsklH watershed trans-
ai tmn. wni. n cost the city more thun
$1 noo.nftU. Judge McCall Mtra nis nemeci
showed rank Iniompetency. I
t.,hn a Hennessv at a meeting on !
S ten Island last nlghl put this (iics
iton to Judge McCall: "Did you not
hortlv after ojr election to the
uprcme Court bench apjMilnt to otllco
i relative of Police Inspector Illlam
W M.-1.iniilin"" Mr Uennessy last
urek charged that McCall had got
3:..0oo from n police Inspector and had
rim It to Charles F. Muipliy to t.iy
tl,ti in fie .ludt-rslill'.
I.idge McCall explained nis neiay in
the decision In the case Ituoivmg rump
r.n..hue's bath house. He said It was
peitiionetl al the reiiuest ot lioin p.irues
t the suit. He said that all rerwonn ,
and newspapers who had defamed him
mou j be called to account In the courts.
SEW ATTACK BY SULZER.
Minn IDan'a H,OIMt
lleeii ee111111teri For.
Mill' mi Snler rode thiough the Kast
. 'I. again last night through another , in the kitchen in the rear or the nrst poor
I'HM and jam Ml' h as has d'stlnuulshed I ct out Just in time to see the burglar ds
i otlvr spec chmaklng tours through
1 appear down Fifth aienue.
the Sixth Assembly district. He showed 1 )r, Knaiip Mild last night that th" mat ler
a h in the evening that Instead of lheiH reported to 1'nlien Head iuarters, and
p itltude alsiut "gratitude" lie Intendtd to t thu a deteeliie from the i:at Flfty-llrst
H. il some of John Hennossy's thunder, j street station called at his house e-.teril.iy
't whs lu a speech at the I'rogn ssli e , f,.rnoiiti. In spite of this confirmation of
C r. .it inc. Aienue C, where the standee-, ' t)1, str,rJ. ,Pitt. .loeph F 'jiiltin. in charge
w.r. ,owil.d In till there w.ib not an inch j of ((l( m of ,,, 1;;ls, Flfti-llti -tteet
X M.ee lift, that Mr. SuUcr took up the
.i'ler of how Allan Ity.in had come to
t him 1111,000, how the lln.omi had
.in tuiiied oier to Mr. Murphy and how
J .mi went to Mr. Murphy's closest
p ' il flit ml." ,
M Sulzer then lead a ipiestion and
-. r account of a telephone Interview
i' he i!iil, took plate bitmeti hint
s' ' nl Allan Kyan early last month.
M 1. 1. in, said Ml'. SuU'T, calleil th"
utile Mansion from the Ity.in toun
'1 inn" at Sutfern, Mr. Hyan, accord- '
11- P. Mi. Sulzer, using tin name of
'M. i.'.itr so that only Mr. SuUer would'
lii 11 who was speaking. I
'.''' riadlng thlH detailed coniersa
in' which, he said, look place, Mr, Hub
" oil to say, still reading fiom
m. 1.- 11, d. "so that the newspapers, to
il 1 morning will be sure to get this!
in' 1 .it following this telephone con-it'-i'ion,
ll.iii Ityan told him here ml
Vork tl.it the trial hy this Assembly
iii.ui'.s nan "an outrage," and that If
v'ii H.i.uis father were only home ho
10 ild -i'p in and "conttol Mr. Murphy,"
' use Mr llyan. senior, was "about the
man In the i Ity ."
Murphy Ordered (.'iillri'llnn.
th" .ally part of the manuscript
Mr SuUr-r ronl to th" Progressives
that dining the tlrst part of his
1 'ii foj (iovernot, while seeing Mr.
11 1 1 almost every day lu New Vork.
' Ttnni.iny leader ktpt on Insisting
tiie Slate toinmlttee needi d money
Ic it It was up to Mr. Sulzer to get
' "in various Individuals and corpora-
I -said to Mr. Murphy," he suld, "that
w i- nry iductarit lo link any one for
" lr'l'ar that I lee,V(.d III" pipplr, III-
'"I 111 liemocratlc sue. 1 ss, would put
"I1 toe money to pay h gltlin'ato expeusea;
' . 1 w.inied to make a campaign In
'in niornliig about the middle of tie.
1 Mr Murphy telephoned my 'home,
"I'l'Htliig inn lo come lu Ills house. At
s mt . 1 view h asked me If I knew
hu Hyan 'If you will go to Allan
' al his olticn ho will help you,' he
He explained that a friend of
I "un had told him so. I Bald: 'I will
i' 1 ill 011 him or tiBk him for a
ar as 1 do not want to be uudf
I" niiai obligations to Ityan In case that
I in elected Governor,'
'Mr Murphy said! 'When jnu net
1' ' . lo your oltlce call Ityan on the
' ip lone, talk nicely to him and Iib will
Continued on Eighth Pagt,
ASTOR $50,000 FOR MITCHEL.
.Mi-1'nlPi, MnnnKi-r Tolil nf 'nn
Irltiutliin tii Ma I' Fiiml.
Fire Conihilsslntier Johnson. manager
of (ho McCall campaign, salcl yesterday
that he heard from u friend of hi who
hud It from a man who whs at a dinner
early last week Riven by Vincent Astor
that .Mr. Astor had wound up proceed.
Itigs liy signing a cheek for j.'iO.OOO for
the Mltchel campaign.
"I can't doubt the veracity of the man
who told me," until Commissioner John,
son, "nor the inati who told him"
Twenty-two men were at the dinner,
Mr. Johnson's aiithoilty said, and among
thorn were John I'urroy Mltchel, Ht-nrge
MeAheiiy and William A PrcndorgnM.
Hnhert Atlamsnn, manager of the fusion
eamp.ilRn, said yesterday that hu didn't
know of any Kueh ciintrlhiitlnn. lie asked
Charles I., Hernhcltncr, treasurer of the
fusion committee, and Mr. Ilernhcl-ncr
replied that no such contribution had
passed through his hands. At the head
quarters of the Mltchel League in tile old
t'nhm Dime Savings Hank HtilUlhiR the
report was scouted.
"If there hail boon anything like that
around we certainly should have heard
of It," said the man In authority.
It Is of this orKanl7..itlon that Mr. As
lor Is tre.isurei
Mr Astor was in Ilhluebeck lal night
MUCH FUSION MONEY AT 2 TO 1.
Oni- Mltcliel Mll.l.iirlrr lino I 1 O.OIIO I
In Place nt Those Odils.
Itettlng odds on the election remained
nt . to 1 on Mltchel esterday, with
plenty of fusion money In sight. There
was little McCall money In cvldt nee
which was willing to wager nt the above
odds. A few small bets were placed at
The man who offered to bit $5. "On at
I to t on Mltchel on Friday said ester
day that he would raise the bet to Jin.nrta
nt the same odds If he could get any one
to tover that amount. Ite further stated
that he represented a prominent banker,
but refused to give his principal's nnme.
A bet of Jlinn to J2.MI was mule that
MeU would be dieted Comptl oiler and
another of Jl.OOU to i'.Hil was placed on
Mc.Uiciiy. An offer of lion to IS DO was
m.lc tnil. Michel will get 10,000 plurality j
aim even money win mien-n m... ...o.....
would eairv Kings ii.unty
DOCTOR'S WIFE, ALONE IN
HOUSE, BRAVES BURGLAR
'j(,f yVVf, jS .Ml'S. Ktliipp Tries !
to Seize IHlll After ,
.... . ,. 1.- f IIP K'lMl.,1, .
.M(rs. 1I...HU nu..,.,.. "... . . . . .
an eye spreiuiisi i n- r...-.
street, had a thrilling experience nun
nirvlnr who got inlo her house on Friday
night, It wa learned eterdav.
Mrs Kiihpp was ittlng alone in the
library on the nrt Hour plavine solitaire
l)r Kmiftit uiet nut
Hearing a step be
hind her. she turned and -aw a roughly
dressed man with a h.mdken hlef coier
, ills' the lower part of his fate.
vol, ,,,, nl k,n ()
the burglar If
nd he reached his
hand toward hi- hip pocket a- if to draw
Heedless of the threat, Mrs' Kimpp
touched a button at her elbow uhiili rung 1
a bell in the kiti lieu. 'I hen she tun toward
the man. He avoided her gra-p and tied (
downstair and out the front door. Three
mnlds who had been Inning their dinner
, ,i,.i,.,i bsoliitely that any
had been Iliad" to him, or that ha knew
anything about the attempted burglary
l)r Knapp is a member ol ni.inv
Mrs. Knapp was Mlss.lulla Long
WILSON EN ROUTE TO MOBILE.
siuii Tiienly Minutes In WiiIiIiii-
Inn mill Sera llmiKlilrm.
WasIII.nutos-. int. I'n sldent Wil
son passed through Washington to-night
011 his way to Mobile, Ala. lie spent
from in,3n to in in o'clock in Union
His daughters Misses Kleanor and .les
sle Wilson, accompanied by Miss Hones,
went to the station and chatted with
the I'resldent on the platform until his
Secretary Panlels, 111. nibers ol fun
Kress, nnd others Joined the special
train nt Washington for the trip to Mo.
bile. The I'l evident will arrive theie on
Monday and will address; the Southern
Commercial Congress, after which he win
return Immediately to Washington,
will lie due here Tuesday night.
ICE CREAM SODA INVENTOR DIES
I .,,..,, ... sMlil In lime Flint
. . . . .. .
.11 n tie inn in 1111 1 ion iiu 1 rum .iaii,
Kl.lZAIlKTII , N,
J . Oct. 2.1. Philip
Mohr, who waa the II rat pel son to make
Ice cream mila, died of acute Indlgcs'tlon
last night. Ho was u coiifr ctloner and
sold Ice crenin In sda water thlrty-sli
years ago, fifteen years before the coin
blnatloii was commonly on hale lu New
Mr. Mohr wns born In (iermany eighty
three years ago. He had lived In Kllza
beth llfty-seien years.
KING ALFONSO FINES HIMSELF,
CnnKlit Hpeedlim, Mo Neinl. nines nf
Clunm to I'nlleeiiieii.
,s pet ml Ctitilr littpntrh In The Hi V
Mahiiiii, Oct, Sft, King Alfonso was
stopped liy two policemen as he wns driv
ing In nn automobile fiom I.a (iranja to
Madrid to-day and accused of speeding.
The King Insisted nn acconipanyiiiK the
policemen to the police station. The In
spector 011 learning hla captive's, Identity
apologized profusely, hut the King signi
fied that he desired Hint the men who had
stopped him be raised In rank and cm
them inch box of cigar.
FIFTEEN ARE HURT IN
NEW HAVEN WRECK
Hroken Kail Nonr Westerly,
It. I., Sends "(lilt Kdtfc"
Cars Off Trnek.
NOXK SKKIOl'SI.Y IN.II HEI)
Hoadlietl Hndly Torn I p,
Train Was Speeding t
Make I'p Lost Time.
Wkstiuii.v. It, I.. Oct. 23. A broken
rail one mile west of Westerly caused I
another wreck on the New Haven railroad ;
at 9;30 this evening and Injured fifteen
person. The most severe Injury was the
fracture of a collarbone, the majority of j
the persons Injured being cut .r bruised,
The wrecked train was the Cillt l-Mgrd
Kxpress. which left New York at ." :33
and was due In Hoston at II in. It Is
said hero that all the ears wele of steel
frame nnd nil except two were all steel,
Four of the six cars were hurled from
the track and fell on their sides. One
rimalniil on the edge of a twenty foot
embankment and was held from rolling
over only by couplings which Joined It
to toadies at each end.
The broken rail which caused tho ac
cident was at a sharp point known a
the "While llog' curie. On the right
i hand side going to Huston Is a steep
; embankment from fifteen to thirtv feet
Witnesses who examined the rail to
, night sa that the rail must have
I snapped some time ago because the
cilgts had been worn by the trains run.
! nine met It The rail, howeier, hud been
Cnra on flltt lUlur Kspreas.
The C.llt Kdge Kxpress when leaving
Nt iv Vork was made up of a buffet ear.
two parlor cats, a diner, two coaches, a
sinoktr and then another coach. Tim
dine! was taken off at New London.
The conductor of the train was Con
rad llatier. The engineer was A
o,i,i, . ...... ii . . '
" ii.nen, woo nun worKcij on i
the New Hhkii toad for fortv le.irs. ami
this was his
The train was twentv
minutes late In
It left bere at ! 2.1.
It hail hit up a speed nf thirty -Hi miles
no hour hv Ihn ll..n. I. I 1 ... . nu.i.
liog curve. "'""-'jllie work of securing the us.
The vneitif. .. r n,. 1....1 ...,iinented grape Juice In the
and then the rail apparently bent up-!
ward and caught the InifTct cnr. jolting i
11 enounn 10 mrow 11 orr the track. One
,,aror fts wurlg off mt, ,, ,,.
, ,, tlpt rt.,t to have
' cars were
entlnly, for the four h'.h
swung tar on me track.
Smith In his eiu'lne dashed unwind.
tmlllnz two car, while the four otheis, as
the couplings stiappul, were snung over
on their sides, -ciaplna the ground. The
two cars which the engine pulled tote up
the track, smashed ties and dug Into the
earth for a distance of Join feci or mme, '
when Smith 'topped his engine. I
The passetigtrs In the four rear cais'
were hurbd to one side Into the forward
pan of the rars. Thoe cars seem to
have slackened couslileiahl.i before they
toppled oier because the slihs of the
cars weie not severely damaged and the j
momentum was not sulllcltnt to throw t lie t
passengers through the windows as thu '
cars toppled oier on their sld. s. ,
Then- Is h swamp on each side of the t
track. As soon as Smith had stopped his .
nglne he tan back to help the Injun d. I
Otorge Sivan, one of the tirakeni.-n, who,
was cut, and Donald Camp and Itichard
Keith, trainmen, ran to the rescue. They
litlped the Injured fiom the cars and ,
somebody tilt phoned to Wisterly the
I news of the wreck,
lllshop A'ulsts In lteeiir.
One of the passengers In the Hist p.,i
lor car was ltlshop Terry of Providence,
who was on his way home after attending
1 Hie Kplscoi'.tl convention In New Vork.
'lie ran back and helped from the wreck
' Mis I.ouls Itennett of Wlnthrop, Mass.
Her cnllarlxine was fractured and her foot
' -..s .piaimd.
I She was on her nay home after having
underr'one an operation In New Vork,
The ltlshop wrapped Ills overcoat around
1 her and helped carry her to the I'ullman
'car which was still attached to the en.
Among the New Vnrkeis on the train
was II A. Crutt of the King IMward
Hotel, whose little linger on his right
hand wns broken, anil Mrs. Margaret
I Hagan of 4f1 West Forty-third street.
' fihiss fiom splintered window cut both
' lit 1 anus and scalp.
Mrs. II. Horowitz of 1071 Mapes nve
' nue, The Hronx, was bruised about the
tin St. Leslie Iloiowltz, of the same ad
dress, n eclved cuts about the face and
The other Injured iersoiis lived in New
f Jhigland, Among them were Hugh Cassey
of l'loviilence, who was cut about the
arms and back: Mrs. V." M. Straus of
3!i Cambridge street, Hoston, both of
( whose 111 ins were cut; Mrs, Kmma Wilkes
of 3S Johnson strett, I'awtucket, cut over
the left eyp! Mm. J. A. Ilerth of I'rovl
deuce, collarbone fractured; Mra. R.
Hviins I'hramer of I'rev Idence, cut and
bruises; Frank Neal of Hoston, aim cut;
Harry Hrldge of Arlington, MiiVa., cut
on the right eyelid ; Mrs. I.. M. Willis of
I'avvtucket, fracturtd Jawbone.; (J.sirge
Sunn, brakemnn, nf I'awtuckcl, scrflp
wounds, and Charles Tabrlch of Allston.
Mass., cut over tho right eye.
The trainmen all.l Ihe passenKcrs did
their best to caro for the wounded. Mean
time, messages hart been sent from Wes
terly to New London and to Providence
for doctors, nursea and other aid,
Special trains were despatched from
both places with corps of doctors and
SPENDS $80,000 IN TIPS DAILY.
liny I'nrU Wivrn $4 l,00O tn Wnltrra,
C'nbiupn mid .'oiii'lerci Alonr.
Special CaMt Denpatch to Tnz 8t'v,
Paris, Oct, 23, A statistician who has
been InvestlKutlnR what Parisians hand
over to waiters Bnd others In the form of
tips finds, that tho amount niven every day
to waltem, cabmen and eonclerBei) la tt,
Con. If hotel clerks and shop boosters are
Included the total Is more than $90,000.
THE SUN TO-DAY
CONSISTS Of SKVKN SECTIONS,
FIRST -Ceneul Nev . . U
SECOND -Sporting ... 8
THIRD Politic. Special (tituru.
Booki, Queriti, Schoolt . 8
FOURTH -Pictorial Maiaiine . .16
FIFTH Fiction Magazine 16
SIXTH -Foreign. Real Eitate. Fi-
nancial. Cardeni. Poultry 12
SEl'ENTH-A. Society. Muiic.
Drama, Faihiom, Prob-
Readers or nettsJtaltn who do not rtctlte
all of thtse lections will tonjtt a jacot
on "Tkt Sun" by notifying tht Publico
Ion Depattmtnl at once fa tht phone
(2200 Btetman) and tkt missing stttlons
will bt promptly forwarded. If possible.
W.C.T.U. WANTS GRAPE
Kpiseopal Convention Refuses
to Act on lMcn Aain.st Al
cohol in Sacrament.
TOO I.ATK. SAYS DR. M ANN
Not a (irape Juice Church,"
Says Secretary of House,
A resolution to ask the general eon
itntlou of the I'plsinp.il Chuich, now In
session nt the Cathidral of St. John the
IMvlne. to .limlnate the use of fermented
wine In the lomumnlnn servh e of their
cnurcn causeu a long m u.ue j pjut'iiij'
morning at the convention of the World's noops Inimle the af.s ami take tint -Woman's
Christian Temperance t'nlon at ever the) want. Many of the soillei ate
the Academy of Music, Urooklyn. I or ncently were Fedi-ials. and they ale
The llncllsh delegates omiosed the reso- i mingling fredi with tluli 1 cent fo. - in
liillou on the ground that tt would hinder
Church, but the resolution was amended
somewhat and passnl tb spite their vlgor-
Mrs. H. K. Hollngshf.id of Cleveland.
Ohio, offered the resolution. The original
fell Into the hands of the repot ters hefois-Miss-
Agnt s II. Slack, lionorari s'tittary
of lhigland. got hold if It and clipped
'off the words at the lottoin which set
forth that fermented wine "uinnot truly
repr.sent the bbxid of Ch. st." other fi.M (,r ,)f .,,,,1,,,,, it .,,,, than
words scratched out were ".lisus com- lliri were itedittd with
manded ulentltic unftrmt nled grape i tn, f,,,-,. of a tutlhle 1'te the l.e
Julte." 'siegers t hinged thiough a r.itwuik of
Miss Sl.uk at til nt moved lo have the! wire fi'ins and usd tilt Ir machine RUn
resolution 11 fined to a rotiiinltti e, where with an utter dlsrigaid of whether or not
It tOllld be lellsorid. but th
deflated. She said "I Imploie you not
to pass this 1 1 solution. It will hinder
our work in tireat llrltain. We are on.;
with you In wanting unlermeiited grape
Juice In the Anglitaii Chvi'h, and we ate
trying to hi lug all stctlons of the Chinch
to faint- It
AkiiIii Meeti llefelll.
"Hut th" llmlnatlon of fiiniented wine
fiom the set 1 Ik-s of the Anglican Church
will have to be done bv temperaiae
workers Inside the church and not hy
antagonlzatlon fiom an outside body. " " 1
have opened the door for this wink and
1 pray you not to close It by this drastic'
Mrs. Hnllngshiad and otheis called for ;
an linni. llillte vote, howelel. Then .Miss
Slack tried to have the woids "fermented
wine contains the narcotic po.son nlcohol,"
stricken out, but again met defeat. The
leholiitlon was passul Dually In this form;'
"Itctutfirl, Thai the W C. T C. .
Ill convention assembled, respectfully and
prayerfully r.iUtsts the House of Hlshops,
of the F.piscopa! Church of Annrlca to
consider the propriety of Using at the;
holy communion the fruit or wine, which
Is nonalcoholic unfermenti d giape Juice, I
In place or rcrincnitu wine, wnicn con
tains the narcotic poison alcohol." i
When word reached th" House or Depu
ties of the episcopal convention yesterday
that the Woman's Christian Temperance
I'nlon had passed a resolution asking the
convention to take action toward the use
or uiifeimentcd, grape Juice Instead or
wine In the Holy Communion, the Itev.
Dr. Maun, president or the house, held up
his hands and said
"Not n Ornpe Julee I'liureli."
"Oh, dear me, why did the good ladles
waste nil that energy'.' It Is too late now.
In the tlrst place to put In any new busi
ness would require a two-thirds vote and
I am sure that two-thirds of this house
will not vote to take up that uueatlon. In
the second placo a change In the Prayer
Hook would he required nnd you couldn't
get two-thirds of this house to vote for
When tho Itev. Dr. Ansllre, the secre
tary of tlm house, was -asked If ho had
received word of the W, C. T. U. action
ho replied :
"No, This is not a grape Juice Church."
When Miss Slack was told of the un
vvllllngnesH of the House of Deputies to
take up the W '. T. U. resolution, and
the comment that the Kpiseopal church
was "not h grape Juice church," she said
she was rather surprised because Amer
ica, was not neurly as conservative as
KnglHIiil. Miss l.llllnn M. N. Stevens
would make no comment except to say
that "they will como around Boon, bo we
The nftcrnoon session wns Klven over
to reports and nildresses on the progress
of temperance work. There was also
a pageant of D0O children of tho Loyal
Temperance Legion, dressed In the cos
tumes of the nation.
In the ovening, addresses wete deliv
ered hy Ltly Holder of Australia, Dr,
Pearl Hoggs of China, Mrs. Randolph
Clarkson of lhigland, und Mrs. Mary
WORLD WAITS ON MEXICAN VOTE;
HUERTA DICTATOR OF THE POLLS
MONTEREY IN HANDS
OF REBELS; 1,000 DEAD
Remarkable Coiii'iipe of Attack
injr Force Causes Com
plete Itout of Federals.
HHKAT STKATKd'Y SHOWN
Constitutionalists .Made First
Kn try in Armored Train
Huslied to Heart of City.
Hi;ow.svit.i.r, Tex.. Oct -With a
thousand unhurled dead scattcreil among
Its suburbs and many other bodies burn
ing In great funeral pyres, Monterey late )
to-day faced a situation more appalling ,
than the nine day battle which n suited
yesterday In the captuie of the city b
the Constitutionalists jinder C.en. I.uclo
Several luceiidiai j tlie alieailv have
been extinguish! d. nnd it was feaied that
nightfall might give the c!t over to ra
pine. Reports apparently reliable and
coming over the broken telephone wire
that runs to within twenty miles o!
Monterey describe various other" hoi ror-
The number of iiun-comb,it.inlM killed
Is tonsblereil remarkably small, the total
number probably not exceeding thirty.
Several women nre among these This
tlguie does not Include the tegular female
camp followers, of whom at least a
score mure perished, some of them light
ing side by side with the nun
('Itlienn Ktvir Soldiers.
The dt is lilted with limbic iplln -il
soldiers, and an onhr not to el iutoxi.
cants Is being Ignoied Whet, propi It tor
stand b the order of Hen lllaniu the
a drunken orgy
This morning mine
than e do.eii men
were executtd 11s a result of initiate.
eunimltted b them, but the illeiillne at-
I tempted has pioved a fare. Almo-t eieiy
I tesldeiice Is baind. and few citueiis can
I be prevailed upon to tiaveise the sm-rt".
' Sanitary conditions are alo jii owing 1 1 ry
bad. and almost no pi 1 cautions have
been taken to pteveut alt epllb inc ol
1 The i.iptuie of Mont 1 1 was 1 Oect.-il
1 by a 1 1 1n.1rk.1ble combination of t:atig
and 1 1 ckli Hsnt . The nbil forfe mini
.beted apploNlm.it. h I. mm, op ng
' .'mill M. ,le,-:ils liell Itl.itlio's ITli O bail
their own tneli. Iion-ioinn uaius or me
Fult nil tioops wire shot now 11.
Ft dcr.il s Inrynin itasou. wen- poorly
sitveil and scveial tlm-- the ilefeinltis
had to I'ly tntii'h upon their small
Miiilr Firm I : n t r 011 Trnln.
i The ill st i-ntiy into Moiit-iei si -nis to
1 have been over tile lltn n of the Intern i
, tional railway. A half nnnon d ti .mi
lnad.il with Constitutionalists was run al-
most to the heart of the town, uni.iining
on the rails, although alliint torn to
oln-es with n.iiinon shot 1'iobably hall
the two litin.lt- 1 men aboard perished
.(M, mny nf the otheis wen wounded,
' S(,w., ,j ,jeerals and olh.r piomimnt
f'u.1 ;ir .,. the dead. How s. veie
t)li, ,iKin(. j,s Is shown by the fact that
. u . ,,,,, .,, MlrvK,iis on both ldes
ate uniiijiir. d. The piiMun is lakcii
intimated at l.H". Cairanza has sun
wind that there 1111st be 11" .sc. utious
without foimal trial
With the 1 1 It-is c." etc. I to-nionow- in
M,.li Itv It Is feat ed lb- vlcloiim-..
troops cannot b" held aek and all smi-
or CMtSSI s aie possible
No roielgn.ss ale known I" have suf
fered. REBELS' VICTORY CONFIRMED
.Mia re llcnr Thnl nrrnnoi
I'lnnl niilt tin 11?
P.i. I'aso. Tex . Oct Conlllctltl
bi ing 11 i't I'll U'le ligation!.
the battle of Moiit. iey 'I h" I Mis m,
Juan z sav that llm tta's army has bull
completely ilctotious, while the i.b.l
Junta her" claim a lomplete vbloiy l.n
the ri bels.
A message was received to. night from
a ll.ld station twenty -live miles fiom
Monterey which snys that the libels took
Monterey with heavy loss of life and that
they are now III possession of tlm city
lien. Jesus ('airanzn was 10 1010 n
the rebels and he led the linal assault,
which resulted In th" rapture
Additional details of the battle or
.larlta, neiir Nu.vo l,.itedo. wete also
received by the 1 diets heir, This ppoit
says that Hen, Maas and (Sen, Telb s with
their complete commands vuie dilveu out
of Jnrlta and the toun occupied by the
In Juarez everything is being arianged
for the elections, Willi ll ale to be held on
.Sunday tn name a Piesld.-iit to succeed
Ilueitii, It Is generally ninlerslood m
Juarez that the 111 my will vote solidly for
Huerta's candidate, whoever lie happens
to name at the last minute, nnd an they
vote the election will go. .MlhouglT 110
violence or rioting Is expected the troops
will be on duty all day in the bolder low 11
and the saloons will lie closed for the day,
CR0Y MARRIAGE IS DENIED.
Mr, l.elshinnn In Oenein Sns It
Will Tnlte IMnee Tn-iiHirron .
fifiecliit I'lthlt K.uitr. to Tin: Si x
ISKNGVA, Oct. US, John (1, A, Lclshniati,
former Ambassador of the 1 'nlled States
at Ilerlln, whose daughter Is engaged lo
the Duke of Croy, arrived here to-dav,
lie denhd that the inairlagr has been nl
ready celebrated us has been rumored.
The civil und religious ceremonies Willi',
take place heie on Monday.
Twenty relatives nnd friends of the par
tits have ui lived hum for the widdlng.
To-day's Elections in Mexico.
To-Jas tlection in Mexico Is to itlect
a succtnor to the latt Prtiidtnt Frantiuo I.
MaJero. ourthroun by the Hutrta-Dla: rero
luthn and iuhitqutntly assassinated.
A Vite-Prtsldtnt also Is to be eltettd to suc
ceed tht late Vttt Prtsldtnl Suarti, killed tilth
Member of Congress are to be chosen to
supplant the legislature uhlch Hutrta dlssolced
and the members of uhlch he threw Into prison.
The ballots shoie fice tichts, as follows:
Vlctorlano lluerta and Aurellano Blanqutt,
National Democratic party, Felix Dla: and
Jose Luis Requina.
Clerical party, Federico Gamboa and Eugenio
Liberal party, Manuel Calero and Je'us
Liberal Republican party, Dacid de la Fuent:
and Andrea Molina Enrique.
i'p to the last moment Hutrta declared he
uas not a candidate and that any totes cast
for him and Cen. Blanquet, his War Minister,
uould be throun out and not counted.
BADLY HURT IN COLLISION.
lulu mill siret-t Cnr .Meet nt j
Iriiinl mill 1'iirU Place. '
Fhe nun wen- sejiousb hurt In a ol-
INIoll between .111 automobile llllll .1 tmlley
car at I'aik pl.it e ami .'otr,ind avenue
at 1' o'clock this morning. All the men j
Wele lemov. ll to the MVeiJll lloipltal.
i lie) weie uin oii'dou anil cotuu not ten
the can!' of the acddeiit.
The meft are I'harlit Huikhart of Slii-
place and ll.dfoid nieniie. 1 'h.irles ( resitlu of the elections have been ar
.lnhii I'minei. a munldpal tlteman: ' ranged in advance.
William Hiomn of Atlantic aiepue
Kane plate, and ,lnhn Sulllian of
Helgi 11 Mle, t.
The 111:11 hine In which Ihey wete tiding
was stiuck .iimilslnps a It cio-ed Nos-
trand aieinie on I'.uk place Th
wa hulled across the sidewalk amiT
fol'ep.iit of it Mllashid lllbi .1 ennfee
tiolleli .-.In i on the come'.
When two policemen aimed .it the
i 1 1 1 of the act ident tht found the time
mn llns on the 'Idewalk. The wire
too badlt hint to make any sign.
Til II of the lle Wee plnreil tltliler til"
en Th. !r 1 .iiuliti.'ii i mot serious.
the tin- wele
.I N V It
ll lie ,
II 111.11 1 d
1 of th.
a . a 11
t once called
lo the hospital.
wricked cat was
1I1I machine of the
opt 11 tipe and was entirelv witcked. It
was s I'd .it the .1.1 of the ic .!i nt that
it w.i. .1 r . ,. 1 1 m . htne.
RAINFALL NEAR THE RECORD.
lueties So I'nr 'I Ills
It.tKX Inelit-M 1 t-Mtt-riln
Til. pl'll.ometi 1, I top of the
hall liuildliig. nheie
nvteoi olocie.il phcitnmt :i:
bo'hoo.l. tn.'ii mark a te.
1 K-;..b, 1 l.t t'ot e it , eas.-e
thei measure j
of this neigh- j
ml 1 ainfall fo'
ine.isntmg ,s ;
dt ippniL's for this month
The i.ii'if.ill yesterday, mostly
pei i n -
dnul.lt. as thete was btth blliZe to set
it asla'it. was 3 03 Inches which is erv
heavy for 1 ,v eiity -font' hours, and brought
the total of Ihe month, wllh s, more
day - In hear ftom. up lo In Ii Inch's
I The te. onl tor October N 11 indn.
and the 1 i. fin any month In these
palls is H .Mi ,nche, in September. l"Mi.
THREE DAYS HUNGRY IN BOX CAR
Mini Hill enrl llt-ml When
I'iiuiuI liy It 11 1 1 mil il Olllei-r.
Three d.ivs ,-. ,1 ,ir without food
and drink .s an cxpei imc which is nk.-l.
t a,h Leon Cash. 1; ye.it. old, of Wet
Pat Is, My. not to fall asleep again in I
a freight ,.ir He whs taken tie.itlv denl
nom .1 ft-eiL.ht V est.., .1., e flu. 1 1 ,L-I
Point y at ds of the New Haven It.11l10.nl.
, Ills tongue was swollen to twice Us nor
1 111.1t se and he was s.t t,iU he j-raicely
: I ould speak
Cash joined 1 , reus m liumford Fallf.
' Me. about time weeks ago as a lent
in. in lie ti.ivellc.l with it until It reached
Oleii Cove. I, I, and then giving up hi
job he Marled back home. He had J4
Mil his on, ket, which ll" spent for food, I
! Ilea, hlllg New' London. Conn., tbtee ,l:ivs !
' ago he dei Ide.l to take a nap in ,1 box
i.ir on the siding. vN'hen lie awoke the
1 en dooi was locked lu vain lie shouted
,1 ' ami p.niniled on the door, hoping to gain
No one heard h. 11 until y. Mcrday. when
pe. 1,11 oil-ier "ieorge Kemp happened
1 In. ird groins ,111.1 fofu'd the
iloor o, n
BAVARIANS GIVING UP BEER.
I ease In Co 11 an 111 il 1 11 it I'rluliten
Ministry nf I'liiillice,
1 y.tii, i'iil,h' lr,i"tir', tn Tin: s( s
linn. in, Oct s:, The Fuiancr .Mlnistrv
lis gieatly concirned because the budget
; llgilles show that the H.ival lans air evi
dently giving up their noted beer drinking
proclivities. Their beer consumption for
Hi" past twelve months was jr.niijian less
. than for the pievioiis yeiu, us Indicated by
the derreasid lax lecelpts 011 malt.
1 Mlnlslir of Finance Hreiinlng speaking
1 on the subject lu tin lliianee commute" or
Ihe Diet attilbutid the deciease pirtly
to ihe growth of the iintl. alcoholic move
ment, which the Kaiser himseir h,,s nnW
BEEF PASSES BEEF IN HARBOR.
s trgeilllnn Si-nils In Meat
semi (nttlr In l.oiidon.
Abn.ud thr White Slur liner Halllr, In
yesterday from Liverpool and Queens
town, were it. 0O0 quarters of Argentine
beef, the largest shipment that has cnnie
In since the duty 011 beef was removed.
It was shipped originally lo Southampton
from Huenos Ayrea and transshipped
tinner to Liverpool and lo this port,
While the Haltic was discharging her
lef cargo the Atlantic transport llnsr
Mlnnetoiika was sailing with 'iM Ainerl
... . . . ,. . . , t . . 1
111 CatllS on in" uo"l, oouno ut iiautioil
for slaughter for the ungiisn inaruet, ,
large pait of the Haltlc'ti Argentine beef
Is (.unsigned to Swift ti Co.
He Forces Klcvcnth Hour"
Promise of A id on All
XO CIIAXtiF, KXPKl'TFiD
Washington Hears lluerta
Will Order t'onoress to
Appoint II fin.
tJKK.MA.VY WITH HI.' IT A IX
Powers Confer on Joint Pol-
i icy to Protect Tlieir
jlUAZ STII.L IN VKKA CHI'S!
Vilon Says No Power Stained
With Itlood Can Itule on
Tl.e Mexican situation Is at a stand-
while the world awaits the out-
I come td to-day's elections in the south
' cm republic. No one doubts that the
(Sen. lluerta. accoi ding to the latest
j auvu es, is neiei iiiuteil 10 leiain ins
i hold on the (Sovernr .nt of Mexico and
'few are tlui.-c who believe he will r
, l!ni.lish the I'resldencv. ,
1 lluerta made an eleventh hour move
I last night when he foiced all of the
1 ' alldldates In sign a pledge promising
I to nid the winner of to-day's dot tun
tin p.iLlfytng Mexico. It was given out
that the pledges were by mutual i"i
sent. Washington hears that the inn 1-
slonal President will muse the nevviy
elected Mexican Congress to deiiuto
that an Insutllelcnt numbei of Slater
ari' represented In the election and that
th" returns should be 1 onsldei ed n !1
The '.ingi. ss then would s.-I. . t a
cinstltuilon.il Pi. stdent and llm-t 1
would of r. un so lie liio.sen
I'n sldent WINon in a spec, h nt
Svvarthmor.- College ilecland that thn
mission of the I'iiIi.mI Slates is t , seo
that every foot of the Westi rn Hemi-
.-j,,ii'ie I. ti'llil'""" " 1 iinioii
i resting solely 1.11 the consent of th
...,i..... t , 11...1 i... .. ...
1 governed and not by any government
stained with blood.
Senator Hacon, chairman or the Sen
ate Foreign lbiatioiis Committer, said
that the interests ot tip. t'nlteil States
III M. nIco are greater than those of any
foreign nation, lie expressed the hope
that foreign nations will tall on thu
I 11 It 1 il Stales for such protritmn as
tlnir Milijecls need and not send ma
The latest t.ibl" despatches indicate
tll,t 'Sertnanx is determined
tho policy adopted bv (Sreat Hlitain
The lerni.ui Sovernmeiil. It is And haa
adopted a waiting attitude, but will not
fall to piotcct Us Interests In Mexico
when the necessity arises. Italv Is fol
lowing a similar policy.
Thr city of Monterey, c.inlt.il nf the
Stale of Nucvo Leon, has hern cap
tured by tSeii. Ciriiinza's rebels afrrt a
nine day battle. Remarkable courage
and strategy was displaced bv Hi" at
tacking force one thousand are re
ported to have been killed in the light
l"ell Diaz is still In Vera Cm., al
though (Sen. lluerta has sent what
1 amounts to .111 order requesting him to
go lo Mexico riiy. A special train Is
j w 'PtlbrS I" t - 1 Diaz lo the capita!
TO KEEP HEMISPHERE PURE,
President Wilson ! ft 11 - That
I lilted Slates', Mission.
SivniTH jioiu:, Pa., net. '.'a The l i' .a.l
principle upon which President W in
bases his Mexican policy vis ills, losed
hy him here to-day in a spiei.li ilmim,
tile rrri'iiionlcH allrndant upon 111" cele
bnillon of founders' day at Swarthmoru
Thr President declared thai i' w .s tho
mission of 1 ho I'nilcd Stales as a na
tion to m-o that every foot of the Wes'.
ern llcmlsphere is controlled by a llm
eminent resting solely upon thr ( on
sen t of the govrrnrd and not hy any
(iovernment stained with bloo.l
"Th" e.xlent of the Ainerlcun con
ttirst," said the President, "Is not what
gives America distinction In Ihe annals
nt the world. It Is tho jirnfcKsiii pur
pose of the conquest which was In see
In It that every fool of this land should
bo the hum.' of free, srlf-govcrnnl pro
pie, who should have no government
whatever which did not rest upon tho
consent of Hie governed.
"1 won III like to believe that all this
hemisphere la devoted 10 the same s,(.
crcd purpose anfl that nowhere can ttnv
Oovernment endure which s sialiied bv
blood or supported by uay thing but th
consent "f tlio governed"
This stati mcnl vvas nicepied a an
c.Njilanalloii ot the motive. u tiiiilng