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Fair to-day; cloudy to-morrow; northwest and west winds. Detailed weather reports will be found on c.rc 13. ML VOL. LXXXI. NO. 57. M'CALL DENIES HE BOUGHT JOB Sn.vs Hennessy's (!liuir of Payment of Cash lo .Murphy Is False. ' f II. MANGES AUTSKIti i Diiics Hennessy to Make His: Alligations in Writing Promises Action. WON'T ALLOW (IOINIIXM, Iii.lu'l tiet .Monev From I iistici' - tor. Didn't Confer With I'.rndv. Sh.vs McCiill. Edward K. MiCall Irsued ii statement 'am night in which he denied nil the liarsi-K mailt against him tiy .lnhn A. Hinnessy. He challenged Mr. Hennessy t . put his charges In writing, explain ing Hint .Mr. Hennery' spoken words weir merely slander. hut that If written n ri) circulated they would ! criminal ' i.el Mr. MrCall di-olared tlmt Mr. Ihnnessy was it slanderer and Inti mated that his licensor was trying to dodge responsibility, lint that he would fmve Mr. Hennessy to a full account ing. Denial nun made by Mr. Met 'nil that lie paid money to Charles !'. Mur phy for nomination for office; that he received money from Police Inspector Mcl.iuglilln; that ho ever conferred about politics with Anthony X. Hrady. or that ho knew anything of tho $37i, Oilrt Mr. Hennessy said was paid for h Judgeship. In support of his denial that he bought ollice from Mr. Murphy, Mr. Mrf.ill offered an aflldavlt hy the Tam many chief. In which Mr. Murphy swore that he had never received money from Mr. McCall. Allan A. Ryan contradicted at every point Mr. Sulzer's story of his $10,000 campaign Rift and their telephone con versation. Ho tald that Sulzer "begged" for tho money, that Charles K. Murphy never spoko to him about It and that Kulzer'H version Is "rank falsehood." Hynn also said that the man through whom Sulzer hoped to have Murphy stop the Impeachment trial was Edward K McCall, that the man who wccrtalned Republican sentiment was Lemuel K. Qtilgg and that Ryan would never have testified at all If Judge Herrlck, 8ulzer'n chief counsel, had not told the prosecu tion about Ryan's gift and suggested that some nrrangemcnt bo made where l v Sulzer could tell about It on the ht.ind without mentioning Ryan's name It was learned thnt Thomas F. Ryan nico giivo $10,000 to the Democratic State committee nnd that it wan prop rlv accounted for. William Sulzer made one speech yesterday, lit the People's Forum In the N'ew York Theatre. He gut an enthusi astic greeting from a large audience when lie continued to denounce Murphy ns a grnftor. He promised more ex p.ises this week. He may take, up the Ktlluell matter. John A. Hennessy made no speeches yesterday. Hp announced thnt he would have many sensations this week, be ginning with the Stllvveli conversation. Thomas C Qulnn. editor of tho Public V.rrfpcr, declared that Hennessy told him some time ago that Sulzer was ab nlutely crazy. He quoted Hennessy f'-s faying that it was ono lie aftcc Knottier from the Governor. McCALL CHALLENGES HENNESSY. Hares Accuser to Pat Charge of Buj Ina OfUce In Writing, Judge ICdward K. McCall In a state, mint Issued last night denied all the charges that John A. Hennessy made on tae stump laat week. Tasing up Hennessy's repeated asser tions that he had purchased his nomlna Iron tn the Supremo Court bench. Judge MeCall denied that he had paid a cent J"r the nomination or had been asked for " ("tit. and declared that Hennessy's In- denial narratives were fiction. Judge .McCall challenged Hennessy to I -it his chatges In writing. He explained ' ' it a faNe statement made on tho stumn i lal be met only as slander and In a ' 'I proceidlng. He dared Hennessy to Ko the same statements In writing and 'iili-ed to take the case Into the courts nny exent later on. f Hennessy puts his statements In ".'ln Judgo McCall says he will charge ' .iiciiser with criminal libel. M replying to Hennessy's question aa ueiu he got "the money which he 'I over to Murphy and Plunkltt for ulc1 within a few minutes, nomination," and ns to whether thin Q"' Appleton Rerved in the Pnlon "'cy came from 11 police Insjcctor, ' army ,n'oun tlle c'vll war as Major In 'ige .McCall assumes thnt Hennesny re. I command of the Fifty-fourth Massachu .I lo ex-lnspector William W. Mc-' 8'tt"' tne ftrBt oranlzatlon of colored hlln. Hennessy on Saturday night I "ink., of Inspector McLaughlin ns the ' Hive of a man Judge McCall appointed 1 11 Job within a short time of his ( "cttou lo the bench. Not A.Ued for Appointment. i I nlgn .McCall says .that he never got money for political purposes from ' I.aughlln or any other isillce Inspector ' sajs that wliatover money he did get . ... ... . , . ,. ' a .i( (iiuu 1 in huh 111 01s caoneiiv uu 1 r, a position u which ho served Lauchlln for ma.iv vi.ur. , v- for the charge that he appointed uglilln' relative to a Job soon after I" une a Supreme Couit Judge Mr.' all says that the appointment wns 1. six- r seven 'ycais after he went e bench nnd that McLaughlin never I him for ll. i Mi.Cull saxs that the onlv mon.v . ' ' ! Continued on Fifth Pag. NEW Murphy Denies Charge of Nomination Sale. Charlei F, Murphy Uit nitjit gave out the following affidavit: Charles F. Murphy, hint duly teirrn. .V'-' lite at No, 30S Eait Stttntunth sttttl. Boreulh of Manhattan, City aj Neu Yorh I hat heen Informed that one lltnnissy has stated that Honoraile Eduard E. MtCall pali money to me in consideration of hi) nomination to the Supreme Court. ' Such ttatement It' unqualifiedly false, as I necer ash J for nor iii I eter recciie from Judge McCall himself, or from any person on his behalf, directly or Indirectly, any money or thing ofralue at any time. CHARLES F. MURPIH SULZER PAYS FOR DOO SOAP. "Poor Pillar? Should Hp tin- ' peached," llr Wires. Ilx-Gov. Sulzer, having stltbd Ills III- , liUMiitIi.il for twenty-four houis about the 1 " '""'' ",,", nm ''"" '" rr"1 that six cakes of dog soap weie bought for his fa mom Hibernian terrier l'atxey and ehatged to Hie State, sent this tele gram yesterday : Oct. 26. 1913. ".Irlii;; Omipt, ()('! tl'iifsA, Mining. .V. J.. "If you will send me the bill for lute's dog soap I will send u my cheek to re Imtmise the State for the tnuiiev It cost. In Uw of the ma ft of millions of dollars I uncovered duilng my administration It is giatlfylng to know that your nrflce Is now on the Job ami has not overlooked the fact that l'atsey got awny with the soap. Poor l'atsey' He should be Im peached, "Wiu.iam Sui.jhck." SEVEN FIREMEN KILLED UfUCM TDU U7AIIC CXI T YiflijN inti II ALL u FALL Kxplosion Wrecks Milwaukee Knctory Ruillinr Priest h Hero. Mii.wai'kkb, Oct. 2. In a half million dollar tire In the four story building of the Goodyear Rubber Company, In the centre of the business district, at 8 o'clock to-night, seven firemen were killed under falling walls. An explosion com pletely wrecked the building and smashed glass In surrounding buildings within a radius of two blocks. Flying wreckage Injured a score more, while many were badly cut by the cyclone of glass which swept through t.ie alley Immediately following the explosion. The Identified dead are John Fenike, Charles Clausson. chauffeur to Assistant Chief Hanlon: Reninrd Jnnowsky, pipe man; Max Fletcher, driver; Krnest Glan ders, ladderinan. The missing snd probably dead are two members of Truck Company No. 4. The seriously Injured were Anton Bar row, skull fractured, leg broken, will die; Lieut. H. Murphy, severe cuts and burns, may die; George Hoyce, legs, face and hands badly burned, may die; Walter Zechel, skull fractured, may live. When the department arrived It was j apparent that the tire was a dangerous one, and extra alarms followed. Fin tugs Joined tlie engines. Twenty-one sU earns of water had no effect on the fire, which worked its way to tho roof, A' loud explosion came with such sud denness that the liremen were unable to escape from the danger zone. A huge truck which was plying a stream In front of the building was twisted in two, pre cipitating two firemen to the pavement, thirty feet below. In the rear of a narrow alley, the wall crumbled nnd beneath It was carried a group of firemen. The heap of bricks and wood soon burned anew and the fire men gave their attention to smothering this heap In an endeavor to lender aid to the burled men. At that time the heat was so tierce that It wan Impossible to get within ten feet of the heap. Father Joseph Murphy, nrst assistant at the Cathedral, was the hern of the alley. Working his way under the debris in a shaky tunnel of falling bricks, he gave absolution to the burled men, then throwing off his robe, In which he had hurriedly left church, he worked with the firemen to drag out the battered bodies. At midnight after over two hours In the rulna Lieut. Charles Newton of the insur ance patrol was rescued alive and only lightly injured from the very bottom of the pile of brick which proved fatal to seven other men. He had been conscious through the entire time. BULL KILLS OEN. APPLET0N. Gores and Tramples on Aged Soldier on Ilia Farm. Ct.'MRERLANP, Md.. Oct. 26. Gen. J. W. M. Appleton of Salt Sulphur Springs, W. Va., wbm killed yesterday by a young Jersey bull on hla farm. (Jen. Appleton, despite his age of 82, took pride In hla vigor, which enabled him to do much work on hla farm. The bull had escaped into the public road, and Gen. Appleton attempted to drive It bnck, when It rushed at him, tossed him high over Its head nnd then trampled on him. Ho troopa. He and his associate bought the Bn,t Sulphur springs thirty-two years ago j ,,r,d no nad "lnce nianaged the resort. He waB Aojuiaiu-uenerai on ma aiarr or uov. xvaiainaon 01 xveat Virginia. MONTH'S RAINFALL 10,48 INCHES. Within .110 of an Inch of the Heat October Hrcord. .... ... 1 It looked to the local meteomtn-uis last night as If this month might brat riiinraii recora ror an ucioDers since W!",ner "UUa" went ",t0 com""B- .,,-. A f"" "f '"8 of n" lnih ',ut ,m' ""'nth's ,nlal "I '" l0'48 Inches, which is within ,a.9 "f Hn !"ch of l,,obe'-' " t of ""' clou,'ln"' ,nal "B national fore- caster predicts for Tuesday there may eome more rain. ... j-.. ..... ..... . ... . iu-uuy, me propnen ut ciare, win ne tUt. YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1913.- DANIELS FOR A TRUCE IN WARSHIP BUILDING Fit vol's Worldwide Agreement ju Line With Winston Churchill's, Plmi. WAH (UMK AT PANAMA I'. S. Hnttlcships Will Test Kfficlene.v of Omul's Defences. Atiant. Oct 2S (Aboard the ,1'resl- I dent's special train). Secietary of the N'nvy Daniels this iifternoon declared him- s.'lf in favor of a worldwide iiRieement of all tlrtt class nations to close or rnttnll the construction of battleships for a stiptt- luted iieilod. The Sccictarvs smruestlon followed his Indorsement of a similar I (imposition made to Hermsny by f rent I Hrltaln's 1'ltst Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Chin chill. , "I believe such an agreement must be made sooner or later for economic ( leasons," the Secretin y declined. "The , hysteria of naHl preparations Is proving ' too great a burden for the people. We ourselves are spending about 1140,000, lulu annually on our navy and an eipial iiuiuuoi on our army, linn inai is oiu a liagatelle compared to what the great Powers of Kurope and Japan are spend ing, with new vessels superseding and milking obsolete all that have beep built before. "Tlie world to-day Is facing the I ,,n"m!,l' ,,f making Its navy less ndciiuiite by '"""'"r li- K,,r "' vessels are built with their more powerful arma- ment they render useless the smaller war ships, save for coast defence." The Secretary said that such an agree, ment Joined In by Germany, Knglnnd, France, Russia, Japan and the United States would result In the greatest benefit to humanity In general fiom an economic standpoint. "I'nless some agreement Is soon reached," he said, "eery citizen will figuratively be carrying a soldier on his back." To Teat Panama Defences. An ofdcl.il test of effectiveness of the Panama Canal fortifications will tie made next February by the Atlantic Meet In the greatest naval war game In the history of the country. This announcement was officially made this afternoon hy Lieutenant-Commander N. L. Jones, naval aid to the President and Secretary of the Navy Josephus Dablrls, who is aboard the President's special. The mano-uvres, which will last n week. mas ie iini"i""ii u me i it-i-iiiviii nun , ., . ... v ..... the Secretary of the Navy Mr. Wilson ' , , , , . ... . , Is being urged lo make the Journey, and it u ..,.ir.if,i ii,..i i, I. .Hnu- ..n. I slderlng accepting the Invitation. The, test will follow the maiKruvres off Cub- bra Island, which Is. heinir considered for an advance naval base. The entire llet train It was travelling Torty miles an hour, will steam from there to Cristobal, the I Lackawanna olllclais Incline to the li Atlantlc terminal of the canal, from lief that the engine was started on Its ...i,i.-, ,,ni ii, .,,.,. ..I,. r..u .. in I,.. ,n. wild run bv some malicious person and I Naval experts will ibtertultio deft- nltely how near vessels can get to tl, cnnal by day or night without dKoer Observations will he mail.! from the lire : control towers, l'Js feet above deck, and j attempt to sketch the locks and fortl- Mentions will be made. From the tire! control towers It Is estimated that the I range of lsion Is Increased sixteen to ' eighteen miles. i Attempts to determine whether an In- I vadlng tleet could get near enough to the canal to fire shells ashore will also be I made. Tests to determine tho value of ! the canal breakwater for a tleet anchor- i age will also form a part of the pro- gramme. J advance base will be determined, ma- lines will be landed llrst tn take theoret- leal possession. 1 ney win plant mines and torpedoes and will set up emergency , guns to hold It until the arrival of the 1 m',t Battleship Programme DUenaaed. The Secretary conferred Informally with, the President to-day on the battleship programme for the coming .veat He spent the greater portion of the iliiv with ' Lieutenant-Commander Jones, his aid. going over estimates. Mr. Daniels, It Is uudei stood, favois a three battleship programme and has so told the President. The latter. It Is ald, views this plan with favor, hut Is rather in a quandary localise he does not know what revenue the new tariff will i'i j).. 11 tn 10 'twin-in urn 1 i u t ir i or at the lennt two lieu wnr va.anl, will probably not ask for an appropriation for colliers or auxiliaries, ono of the big Items of former naval nnnronrlatlons. In In his estimate he will nrohablv recommend that no colliers or auxiliaries he built , because the navy will have at Its ills- posal the sixty new colliers being hull! 1 b.v the Cnnal Commission for use on the authorities saw in the new scheme a solu Panama Canal, and these nre s.OOO to 1 Hon of the problem of getting both parents lii.OOO tons each anil would be all avail-1 und children out 011 Sunday morning, able In time of war. Another scheme of Sunday Instruction . 'will be tried next week, Mis. Huiboit I.. FELL 400 FEET INTO MUD Satterlee, a daughter of the late .1, Plei- ' punt Moigan, has lilted up a "model flat" Anto Pulled Ont llnrr at the Knd of' '" ""' Memorial House. There Is a director Hope Scarcely Hart. '" l'Mnri1" '"Hruct the girls of the PlTTsiiURn, ,Oct. :. Falling 400 feet over a cliff and escaping with minor In juries was the experience of Stephen llarr, who slipped on a banana peeling on top of the retaining wall In Orant Boulevard last midnight, llarr shot through the darkness and landed In ,1 mudhole on a I shelf thirty feet aUive the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks. Had tho accident 01- curred twenty feet from wheto llarr fell) instant neain would have iicen certain. llarr was Imbedded In sticky clay, He got his face above tlle surface and floun dered In the mud. Peisous wlio saw him fall expected to find his mangled body on the tracks. When they saw hint In the mud they called for him to be quiet, fearing If he worked loose he would ill op lo his death. A squad of police towered Leo Gnus over the cliff with a tope, which he tied lo llarr. The loose end was attached to an automobile nnd llarr was drawn to safety, i-i"5LV..Af;?T,RA.-B,TT,'RM I Us mornlffi after illnurr iwtri). Air. -Copuright, sfc NEW ISLAND IN THE ATLANTIC. t.nml "III vrrrd" Ahnnt 1(1 Mtlrs Bast of Sable Island. , HAI.ifAX, N, S., t)ct. Jii, A new Island has l.ci'ii found In the Atlantic near Sable I Island, according to the leports miide tot the Murine Department at Halifax and!,, , . communicated by tl em to lieadpiarters H'H'IHlS HclieVO . at Ottawa. j I The Information conies from Oant. An derson of the (lloucester fishing schooner I l.l7.le (llflln. He repot ts tile new land' snieeu nines east oi ,-aiiie isianu, wneii I 'apt. .lohiisou, Supet liitendeiit of I.IrIH". heard of the discovery he Interviewed ('apt. Anderson, who Informed him thai the report was ipiHe correct' that It wns a diy bar nnd stood, about ten feet above) IiIkIi water, ('apt. Andetsou has ctulsed iiionnil Snlile Island for many years and be Is pnslttte Hint the land he repot Is Is lien, ('apt, Johnson says he has no rea son to doubt the statement. I'.ipl. Hlakeney, the supet Intendetit of Snlile Island, was Instructed to teport on It, and he wilt do this as soon as the weather nioderates sufficiently to make It possible. The former superintendent ( 0f sable Island says the newly formed land may lie a sand spot on the extteme 1 end of the bank. ' According to I'apt. Alideison. the island Is about seventy miles from Whitehead, the nearest Hilnt of laud on the main land. It Is In the trnik of ocean vessels LOCOMOTIVE RUNS WILD AND CRASHES INTO TRAIN ( i j y PusSCID'Cl'S SllOckt'tl by Accident on I.iickiiwaiinn Trucks Xeiir Oxford. Ctica, N. Y. Oct. Ifl. An Ontnilo nnd j We-tern locomotle, wl , ,,.,,, .,,, thT,;nu. Kid Ith a full head of Ide nuen. but with i ,,0 onr ,., cuij(. . ra w, ten miles to-day over the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western tracks from Norwich to Oxford, nnd near the latter station crashed Into a Lackawanna passenger train bound fiom Hoboken to L'tlca. , No lives were lost, but both loeomo- tlves and the baKgace and express cars of the passenger train were wrecked, and many paseimcrs weic shocked and , bruised. The fact that the runaway locomotive a It raced toward Oxford set an auto matic block signal, which was seen by Knglneer William Mahanney of the pas senger train a moment before the runa way dashed around a betid In the road, enabled Mahanney to check the speed of his train and, with his fireman. Jump to safety. Louis Hon land, an express mes senger, was able to crawl from the debris of his car. He sustained minor Injuries. The runaway engine bad been left standing beside a coal chute at Norwich after the coaling of the tender. In aome unaccountnble manner the locomotive got , , . . . , - , under way, and Jumping frogs ami cross .. .. t oers got onto the Lackawanna tracKi " . , and headed south toward Oxford. ' ''wn grade al mat point anu ny ""' tlln" runaway puns.-d Oxford and craslied into uie norinoounu pass-riKer have begun a strict Investigation. SCHOONER LOAD OF PARIS GOWNS Government llrnra Ol,o(Ml Worth May He Sniiiaaled. . .... . . Norfolk, a.. . ict Jb -Supposed to l".0n wotth of Pails gowns on ''"!. "hlch she Is ttlng to smuggle Into the country, the schooner Knuna Angell Is sumew hcie between Norfolk and Nina Scotia. Special Agent Crumps of the Trensuty Department with two assistants Is uuatteied on the pilot boat llellef, at anchor off Cape Henryi waiting lor Hie schooner to put In her appeal auce. ,i.x ,itn foi Alexandi la. Vn.. with ,..,l(;o listed as phosphate lock. Gov- 1 ,.y,.m officials believe she has Pails 1 ,IIWI!I ,, i,nard and will attempt to t .lmlHKll. ,hl,m ,,hoie with the rest of her j cargo If she succeeds In reaching tin- Virginia cuy. mil cannot re.ico .viexan- drla without passing Cap- Henry and If j aucmine m (, en i,K... u, u..., ,i,(,nis of Kngland, who has been trying "IM '"' ,lol"d','l ''V the Government his hand at the sport less than two .ve.us '""'"Is '"1 bo.nd the Itell. f 1 with Sutheiland, artlved .vesietday by the mmmrv' '.'''""',,,r ,'Atm,tnU 1,1 ""Med www . . - Mrs. Herbert Satlerlee Will 1'rneli Children How to Keep Flat Communicants of St. George's Kplsc al Church. In Stuyves.uit Square, who ,,,. foun(1 alfflnl lo .,, thelr chll. 1 dien to Sunday school and to get to church themselves were relieved of their I difficulty eaterday. The parents took ''""iren to.tne mured ami w mie tney , 1,1 ae-vlees the children w ciued 101 wl" -"cmoriai 1 napei uy smartly dressed attendants who are skilled In en- tertalnlng restless youngsters. The chuich I r.asi nine in nnuscaecpinff. 11 1 lie plan works out a class of bos will be formed, and '( possible a man will he found who will give them tips on how to become good husbands, BOY OF 7 HAS RABIES, Rellrvnr Doctors Tell Ilia Mother He Cannot Live. Aithur Alshut, 7 years old, of 107 Rast Twenty-fourth street, was taken to Belle. ....... i I live more than u day or two. ' The boy was bitten on the Hist finger of his left hand by a small Ktriiy" dog lu! front of his home on October 6. HI.' mother "wtrks out" and did not know of the iMtni-v until hei- return hn,e it... , , ........ .... 'the Hoard of Health InboratorleB. nigui, in" nexi nny sne (pog ina noy to I Vratetday morning he begun lo show ,,lK,," ot ',V0"!""1S a"d waa unable to , vue Hospital by his mother yeaterday ' minimum degree or mastication, ir suffering fiom hydrophobia. The phy.l. . much luncheon or breakfast ns Is possible clans told his mother that he could not!'" ,ni" sI,are Hv minutes. Shades of I !! 3, bu the Run Printing and PuhUiMng JOB FOR HENNESSY IF MITCHEL WINS He Will (Jet Police or Accounts Coni liiissionersliip. , W(H'I,D Pl'ItSIH TA.MMNV Fusion .Mmin;er.s Disposed to (Wve Ifewnrd to Their Stiir ('aiiipiiioncr. The belief was expiessed yesterday that If John I'urtoy Mltchel Is elected Mayor 1 he will make John A. Hennessy I 'fllM'f Commissioner or Commissioner of r" "un,l"; BUh" " ,,,,,n"m -,v' Mr He oppo.tunlty which he undouhledly desltes. folowlim Ids lnv..il. gallons In Albany Hs chief Investigator ...... . . . .. .Toiler to exp (ire lUltller tin ni.tliods of Tammanv 11,11 V. '""'"'"' "'II. For many years .Mr. Hcnn.-s.sv has been opposed to Tnimnuny Hall. He fought the "Isjsses" over In Hi, ...Me,, ,. ; a newspaper man unil an ncllve wotker he has fouttht Charles !, Muiphy, lender of Tnmmnny Hall. In the Assembly ycats Hgo he fought evil politics and because of . I. I.. - ... ... inn reinsai in o lev the wont nf t Itrooklv.. t..,..t.e. h , j , respondent at lUrmoslllo sends an Int. r- ,." '"''""""""". i oounuu.. .uiog. I, r , '"'IMew he had with Gen. Carranza. the ', Ing by the result of the polling here. Some o, rlentiessy's friends said wnom he crlbe r '' " -yesterday that as Commissioner of Police Madeto but rirtnlnly honest." ," make tho election nlid. he undoubtedly would make every effort1 T'"' correspondent marvels at the as- i Gen. Felix Dl.iz Is conceded to have possible to break up the so-called "svs- tetn." but as ronii,it!n.,e a be would !. niir.nin.. ,nr ., i,i.... of work he had In Albany After William J. Gavnor was elected Mayor Mr. Hennessy was chosen halrman of a commission to Investl-m.. ti,.. ,.. Wrrorrf. He demonstrated how the city how the city ould sae at least $5oa,000 a year I . publishing the city's oth 1 ,1 newspaper He Indicated the methods l,v w hlch the publication had been managed extrn - gantly for years. Ills recommendations were followed by the Supervisor of the City Record, whom Mnor Gaynor nnpolnted. With the Installation of Mr. Sulzer as Govirnor .Mr Hennessy went to Albany as the Governor's executive auditor. Then he became an Investigator In the high w.im department and nnally chief Inves tigator under the Moreland act. He dug up fuels thnt stopped tho work on tho Capitol In Albany and from that he went Into an extensive Investigation of the al leged fraud In the constructing of high ways throughout the State. He already has obtained Indictments In several coun ties and has announced that he expects to lutiM politicians and contractors In other counties. Ml. HenntsHj's speeches last week gave a mw twist to the rampasgn, for, he says, j He Is telling facts which he dug up as , investigator for Gov. Snlier. The fusion c.iiiiiinaies nre malting much of h s charges and are using Mr. Hennesv as their chief Instrument In attacking the Tammany leader. Should Mr. Mltchel be elected the fuslonlst cannot fail tn nit Mr. Hennessy much of the credit for their 1 victory. I'lider such clicumstauces it Is re- ni..l...l ,. u III ..1.. ,.... . . fl . K. ,,.-, ,.1. 1 1 n . j. 111,11 ..ii. lienoisMV won 11 be selec,..,l , carry on under the fusion ....... .,, ! work as he has done for Mr. Sulzer. He ! Is credited with an alert mind. Is an un-' ) thing digger and undoubtedly , be lb lighted w ith the C.l.iln into 1 1? '"Din 1010 lll( (on- siouer of Accounts to ilel -tracts 11 warded by the clt and the meth oils for the purchase of supplies for th city. To his work either as Commissioner of Accounts or as Police Commissioner Mr. Hennessy would take an experience and a know ledge gained by many years of newspaper wink, ELEPHANT HUNTERS HERE. - -- 'I''" ' Kneoimler Willi llnnrf Ii tbr Henri or Africa. ,..,. s,llh(,r,.11, ,, hj ...... lrt, ))Mrs , Ure,, nllnt11K el,.,,,,;,,,,., .,,, ,., n A a.. rx. n of the Slxteentn . ..Ill 1 r (lieu ,(u . t-oilll I'P l.'irilllj 111 III' middle of the African continent. .xi r ,u;nenanu is tnu cnamplon ele- , I.I...MI killer b..ll.,r- O.ln il I...1I- ..... the elephant slayers weie haltnl by band of little aborigine, of the land of the dwarfs, who sent a ahowcr of arrows Into 11.. I..,,,,.,,-- u . the hunteis1 men The pygmies, Mr. Sulheiland said, were ,- r.,.,,. .-, ... ,, tit, ,,, ,, fhiu, n rir savage tittle fellows and the hunteis slg. nailed tlvit they wanted a patley This was e.-irrted on niosilv be .l..n. , ,.1,..,.- I land said through one of the blacks who ! understood the primitive lingo of the dwarfs that the patty wcte merely ilc pliant hunters. The pygmy chlu'f sweied. "Is that all? We look you for, Helglans." showing that the Congo lie). ' glans were not In the good graces of the 1 dwatfs. III the live months they were hunting j the party got two tons and a half of , SAY8 GIRLS BOLT THT TP vnnn UUt JJUi.1 ItlMH. FOOD. T-M. .7 ".. . ... ' T-bl, Manner, at W ellr.ley Crlll- rlaed Sharply. Wkm.khi.kt. Mass., Oct, '.'fi, Table manners of the girls attending Wellcsley 1 College come In for cnustlc criticism In the current Issue of the college p. iper one paragraph In the "Ftte Press" column I under the subject of "eating" .reads : "The most upproved college girl stylu I Is In bolt, as rapidly ns possible and with I ... . . . . Fletcher! And I need hardly mention the 'h'l'reclallon of manners. It Is much Meeker to slap a butter pat on fo one's 1 hn o transfer II In the most ap. , !! -o slap It goes; nnd sliding the rolla ncross the tnhle takes les, tin,.. , man passing mini annum, so forthwith the rolls allde." POLAND WA tin llltilll.l HF.M'.FII'IAI, for Uric Acid lixcc.a and Mdney Troublcs.-A'tc, Amociatitn. FELIX DIAZ QUITS ARMY. '"" "lher-ln.laW I Arretted In Pntllnjc Booth, Special Cable DetpateK to Tint 9rs. V.:ra Cnuz, Oct. 26. Lcandro Alcolen, a lawyer and a brother-in-law of Gen. Felix Dial, walked Into a polling booth here to-day p,tol In hand and tool; possession or all the votes cast. ' He was arrested and lodged In a prison cell. Oen. Diaz, with the Intention of saving himself fiom further molestation on tilt part of President Huerta, whose older to ' Ptoceed to Mexico city he Ignored, tele graphed his resignation ns General of the army to (Jen. Hlanquet to-day. It Is not believed that It will be ac cepted by the Minister of War, as the country Is In a state of civil wmi nnd (Jen. Diaz will probably receive a per einptory order to present himself Imme diately at the Ministry In Mexico city. Stiong feeling has been nroused herj .... ... . ncanifM the Amor c.'in rmwni it tu i... i lifVPii unit r..i i i i... t.i. ... '-- -I... D,az on'..,;. w; ;;:; , nous, , ,h German Hotel Interfered i with the (ioveniin.i.t u.,.u '"' IJ'"!! Htl" l,1 hl,''l nnd It Is assa rted that Consul ('.iiui.t , i.,i,i. ... ! . . . " " 1 B' hl'" '"0,,,r"u" lf '' decides not to go to the capital In case another o.der j teaches him from the War Dp.tment I ' CARRANZA TO PONTTWirP V ffiUT Sa lla nrl Will Mirrulr 'I'hnae Who Support llnerta. fperul ta'V Itttpnlrl, i0 Tar. Stv ,. IIU.-N . Iff'I. rJI.... London, Oct. . " " ....... , .., - rl"ne over the rebels gained by a "se- I rlo"" nulet man of the professional stu- dr,,t O't"'-" I 0,"' Carrnza made the following 'aV,'rnn' the rio.rs con espond. nt : ' ""Vi" . ou,,,a!e,l i,e constitution "hcn hp overthrew and murdered Ma- 1 '. Tj. , contln"". "e ' " In m" " '" govern despotically arter the ! 'xZ, r 1 orflr, D1"' Tll(" re5lutio119 1 " Lh C"":.unnl ,h onltutlonll.t. I . TP r. tri'""phs cmpletely I cdse lnvy wm on,y C,",'!B momentarily "It Is Impossible In the present dis turbed state of the countiy to hold a proper election and the present one Is a fraudulent farce, the result of which the Constitutionalists will refuse to recog nize." Oen. Carranza added: "We shall execute anybody who recog. nlzes a President unconstitutionally elected and who la directly or Indirrctlv guilty of participation In the murder of Madero." The rimes correspondent says he felt as though he were dreaming to hear this amiable and scholarly old gentleman de- one so Dioodthlrsty a determination venhTnr0.r'n',y UPn ,h" .i ones not look as though the Con stitutionalist Government u-nnt.i i... bloodstained than any other or that it would P.. supported by those gmermd." th consent of TT-n . ,r,, - - iitAVY SNOW IN SOUTHWEST. .. ., " r..H.e.t a. 1 1 In Flf- v,r. ,.,. In Oklahoma. -i ri. i.oi-is ii. . : , j Smltllu,,t ex,r,;,n;,,d -Mlssoutl and the the first touch of 1 rr:,, u-mter 10., I iv ,.1 1.1..1. .... . . 1 ,. ,h ... ".""" mn ln,o snow, which fe a II VftennHo? ".'l r. 11 all aft. rmnin and to- I Thr'" Inches nf snow coveted noithern Oklahom.'. Hi.. .....it...., ., ,.. . .- t i,(M in ,1 naif cen- 1 tiny. The storm caused ranchmen t,.i Th!i"!h"(?' , The tempeiature fe 40 desues in tlnee hours at fl.lei........ ... ,"' - x,nl niu dunning snow fell. The snow anrt ,,a.l r. ...... will ilnmnge the last crop of alfalfa, Just icady to cut. Four inches of miuvv fell at Joplln. Mo, betu c( n 1 a , m and ;. P. Al The'snow folli.wedralnnnilh.ill V.f..h".,.."n.'1 "V,"1'"!1 M,-,"" ''-'J 'now "" mi uie aueinoon ami in. nigh; Snow and rain fell ,1 Italn fell at St Units Vulnc. Ill ,, - WIRELESS EXPLOSION A SUCCESS. ""' T.im In 1 1 1 1 of (lid Urlil.l, Crnl.er l.v .e liivrnllnn. ,,,.,, s, , I.o.vn.i.v, (let An epei Iment I ducted sec.e lx I ' ,1, , . ' I milieu seiiell.v In the Solent as to the! tiosslhllitc ,.t ...i.n.. . . . " "leailS I is -niu 10 nave neen highly successful. , ? v" ' re- ,r ln? ' l U,vV' 'nven""n and ,",,,,r inventions of H similar nature. ine inethihl employed Is callously , uie old cruiser Terpsichore, with her watertight compartments elo-ed. u . . ' ' " " "' , "r Plosion was ifficte.l it tore the bottom "ul "' "" snip and idle had lo he loir. y ","'Ml '" '''"Ixinouth I" pievent fr'"" "'"king. It Is said that the ""rl w',!" "ccompllshed fiom n battleship "''l - 'ht miles dlslant. - . " " FLASHLIGHT ALARMS WILSON. - Preahlenl Una Secret Sen lee Men KJect I'hoto-raphrr. Atlanta. G.. oc. 2,Prelde, Wll- K"' vxns so stnrtled by n fiashUVht explo- ,Ih" . ,l,lrl,IR hlM .l,ri'f MP In Atlanta tetmlnal station en route to Mobile this "Rernooii that he had secret service men eject the photogrnpher from the station There wns u grent crowd when the ''resident's special 111 rived nnd In response ri'l'pted cnlls Mr. Wilson nnd several "leiiihera of his parly iippeared 011 the platform of their car. Photographer set up his camera w'thln n few feet of. the platform and ou'led off the flashlight as the President ,A,',u'"r?t': . Tl"'"' W"K 11 lm,d ei plosion and Bli , r w t, , 7, ,1,. n ,7 reco vered hircottosre bT looked .f h,! nhotogranher und said .i.ih.V. .."...:.!. inn 1'rnHiiieini nnd ii.u.. w..a 1.1... . "Not again, pleiise," . rh" President then spoke to Secret Service Agent Sloan and the latter witb ""l,''fc; ,!!","rf' 12 wro wYs rnu ..""..,1' Kl ' ",,nalf" "y the secret pro 11 r iif,. oie. 1 ue ciowii in inn si iiion cheered the .'..re. ' ,,, A ,H ''i1,"1"'0" .'",. " 'iioieo, say ing , ioiii ue mane 11 a rule not i, i .. i . aueicuoa on Buiiduy, rne mineral canumdiea, ManiMt apeichoa on Hunday, PRICE TWO CENTS. MEXICAN VOTE MAY NOT ELECT Diaz in Lead, but Only Few Voters Go to Tolls. (iA.MJH)A IS SKCOXD Klcction Will Probably Ito Declared Null nnd Void b.v Conjnr.ss. I'KW DISOIIDKRS KKPOUTKI) Nil lll'V Pllll'ols (i,'d tl'Cetl iniliPIS (HlJIIfl ,II((S iii Ciiiitnl Through- out Dtiy, fi.f'titl I'tlb'r llrip,tttl. l,i Tlir ' Mkxico Citv, (id. -Ji. Although the districts outside Mexico city where elec 'lions were held to-day for President nnd , Vice-President of the lepilbllc have not .... ..i,,,,),,,,,! . more Mites in the capital than "' "'" "Hi"!- candidates, with Fedetlio Gamboa the c.mdl'lnte nf tho Catholic party, sernml. The polling In the city was i (inducted In accordance with the law nnd there were no disturbances. Voters were not coerced and there wns rn display of military or police near the pobing booths. Despite the importance of the "lection the citizens displayed Itulirfereucn for the most part and the voles cast here were very few. Troops and police patrolled the c.ty throughout the day and the Nnilin.i! Palace was guarded by scwral loin. panles of artillery with tnnchlni nuns. Ministry linn (l Returns. Absolutely no election iclnrn- had been received at a Inte hour lo-niuht at Vhc Ministry of the Interior. Smui Garza Aldape said to Tin: Si .s n ire- H.n.l,n, i lie approximate p-Mllls ot tlie elec tion will not he known for a week or lw"' 1'1"'.v w"l not be definitely known "nlll the newly elected ('ongtc.- meets in November to pass upon the i exults." The Minister of the Interior added: - "I hue telegrams 1 1 m the Gn- i i mors of all States iniorming me that , ., ,,,.,,,,., f() ..c.r.ii ,iis i (i,i,,i- ii,.... ..in i... e.. ! reived gr.ulilall . All the G ixernors .11 ..k. ..;,,!.. .,,,1 ,..,,. i,,.,-.. 9. , regnrds the Noting nnd vrn as tci;a'i. j ' "volntlonary activity. ,., ( ,.,.,,. I I'laints reminding the nlleaed Illegality I .1 , . .. . "' me aiiiuoriiies ikikiiui; lire eiectiiin'- Tb,.s,. iimiii.nlnrs ic.ie fr,.:n ,1.11 t.,.e.w Inhere I11.IM.I.K.N clnlm.d thai M.me I l-'Tsons wee,. ',i.., ,., m,. with,,,,. using printed slips by wrltiuu the niim ' "f ,'1""1M" ,"4 wh" tin', 1 etiiiereil I with lln1 mitlioi Hies as heme; the inn- dulates of nnv part. "The Government. how ever has 1,1, let. d 11 rigid ins-iiv.,,!,,,,, n.. of I ,.M. s,,,,,!! complaints 1.. s, . if .,v l.as. for legal pi occillll e iigaln t th nuthiirltles can be found. Any Uniire It icgnlniltles which may mm.. iii will be seVeiely priiseciiteil " tllrellon W III lie l.eunlls Held, The MliiiHler's attenii hi was cil.i l to the lightness of voting evctvwhi e He sold: "The legality of the elections dues not , ,, ' ,, , ,. . depend nil the number of Voles received from each cleclorinl district. A majority of the voles from each district or ftum a majority of tho illsltlcts Is not essentia! to the legality of the election, but the election must be legally carried out In a majority of the districts, equal op. portunltlcs being given to nil voters a ml the returns duly presented without having been tampered vvlih The Minister explained that the eU . total districts ate formed according to the density of the population, vvlih-h varies from between fino and 2.u.m In habitants In each district. Tut: Si'.v correspondent called to thi attention of the Minister reports re eclved from the t'nltrd States of voting for Huerta and Rlanquet In the bonier towns. It wns also reportr.I that few votes had been oust in tho capital and the outlying towns for the provisional President and Gen. Hlatiquet To this the Minister replied: "All votes cast for Gen. Huerta are Illegal, according to the President's own proclamation, nnd they will certainty he thrown out. There exist, however, nothing In the Constitution to prevent Gen. Hlanquet from occupying the Pres. Money or the Vice-Presidency If duly elected." It Is estimated to-night that lViihi of Mexico city's eligible voter cast Hit ballots to-day. The polling places re mained open all day, but many 1 1 I not receive one single ballot. TntlioHea Claim Victor; , The lenders ol the I'lilllutie pally said I hey have 11 long lend, although they were unnhlc to estimate Hie niitn- f. lT -f votes HI,,! lor their candidates, A' ,..,.,i,., , ,,, ,-.,, , i... ... . '.mm . -,, one mi, .11 I 1 I 1