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Fair and cooler to-dtn pUudy to-morrow; light variable1 winds. Detailed weather reptm will be found on pa Re 15. nvu 'Jrv VOL. LXXXI.--NCXJS9. FORCE WILS0STS HAND IN MEXICO Xpn 3Ictli(il of Action Pi'oiu iscd to Appease, the Towers. F If PRAITICAI. IM.AN '.ritiiiiiJierniiiiiyimd France Keep Hands Off at ; Wilson's Request. IHAZ IS TAKKX OX WAItSlllJ 1,Vkii'I Tluit II licit a I'rouiUcd IMiloiiuitic Corps to Kc iun Is Denied. P"-.,,,,,. from Great F.rltutn, Germany -r ' l r.inie Ins brought President Wll- , tin puliu nf outlining a "pruc policv In tin- Mexican situation to e P t i'i.i Power fiom taking nctlnn ITt Mili nt Wilson has kept their hands or promising m definite line of ac. :i ii through the medium of a new not", It. ,( l.i 'iiM'te(l, w ill Ik- sent In a f?w days. T .e x.ict character nf the tev'M.l pi ay i.i not known In Wnshlngui'i. e expectation In Mitne quarters out-.-ilc i. that the neutrality act may he I'lf.ieiuled and I'arr.inza may have the minrtunltj of getting plenty of muni tions. The I'nlted States Government has . "-ni'lied with the reiiie.t of Franco o ,-oieit her endangered citizens In the .- lie ,.f Sinaloa hy ordering a cruiser ' nearest port. in Minister Moheno declared last all i that (Jen. Hlanquet. Minister of U ,t. wilt assume the Presidency of Mi Men. tf Sunday's elections an- de tlarod old. ami will order new elections. Jen. I'cll.x Dlai:, who sought asylum n ii.iafd the Wheeling at Vera CrttJ!. as hcen transferred to the battleship . tislanu. The Mexican tJovernnient t en'ent with Dial's flight and considers H at his case Is merely ridiculous. report clrcitlateil In Mexico city ' at the Diplomatic Corps there had -ked (Jen. Iluerta to resign w l lomptly denied hy the representatives t all the Poxvetfi and later by Iluerta. .WILSON S NEXT STEP UNKNOWN. iVaablnxlon I'lmrleil, lull Kiprcli Hfijinttilnlc I'riirlleHl. Wash iNnTo.v, Oct. 2S. The Mexican -"irtlloll has leaihed a point where the ' ted States ishoiiiid to present to Kuro n I'.oveinnients tome praetir.il and t rete plan for lirlnirinK about order the southern republic. That Is the dViidahlu Interiiretatioii put on dewl-I nents heie to-day. nder pressure from Huropean I'oweis ' I sideiu Wilson has pledged the t'nlted1 M't'S i .overniiient to make a definite 'atemcnt of policy In reward to Mexico. ( t the rcijuest of the t'nlted States three these Poweis have agreed to ilefel 'i n in Mixico until they have listened t what President Wilson has to say. Meantime this (loxerninent is run- t.il ulth the lenuest from France that I !.( turn be afforded to the lives and properly of Kreiich citizens at a point rtv null's Inland fioin the west coast ' MfMio. The United States has ra il 1 1 sonlinK a c ruiser, but the ques t roba bly will be lalsed now whether i ii"! ibis i iuMi iiinent will laud marines. X.i l.onuer n "l"iinill .VfTnlr." Thr Mexican situation has iiassed out ' th. "family affair" stage, and is now i iit.4lon between the United States i ' i n liovcintncnts of Kurope. in.-... Ureal Mrltalll and Uermaiiy i ti,i I'oweis that have consented to I .o timi with lespect to Mexico until ' Ha.e lecelM'd a statement of policy "' ITciib.it Wilson. It Is understood .i:l tlie pilncipal IJuropean (iovern " o s iteeiM'il a request "f this character ' a lae United States and the reply i uere three important countries means '. 't Hie others will acquiesce. ' tsHlent Wilson arrived In WashlnB 'in at 10.3a o'clock to-nlglit from Ills f iIihtii trip anl It is expected that a '.i'enii ut of his policy will be communl- 'fl to the (lovernmcnts of Kurope ii in a few days. riat Ilrltaln, iermany and France I- ;i long time have been nskltiB for i ''at i now by Inference promised them practical plan for solving the Mexl i situation which would advance the i iimn interest of all that Is, the sub- r'.'iiiinu oi peace anu oruer 'or ins I .ellt (ondlllon. The impn-sHloii prevails here that Eti I 'pi lias forced the hand of the United r.it's and made It incumbent un Presl 'nt Wilson to anounce some plan which rs inoru jiromlse of practical achleve V -nt Tue undlni; of wai ships to Mexico by '' many mid Franco Is regarded herd s Juvitig been a contributory cause in "i 1'ieslUent's decision to ask Europe tii ilefer action In Mexico until they , ill luar from him. Germany has fol li'Hul up the despatch of a cruiser to a Ciuz by ordering a cruiser from i t far Hast to tho west coast of Mexico. Iteasiiii fur thr ltrinrl. It Is assumed licre that the Admlnls 1 'M' i did not ask the I'owers to "wall" 1 M il had very (leflnlto reason to bu " 1 Hint unless It did make such a rt 1 " t tho i'nwciM would do something. T i culm announcement of Great Ilrlt 1 that she saw no reason to change I" i altitude toward HuerU or discredit Minister, Sir Lionel Carden J tho " .vinous but undoubtedly Inspired ex rwoH of dissatisfaction with tho erlmn policy, whlcli emanated from ' ' i" ami the similar tone of the ilea I 'h. fiuiii Carls, are all believed to Continued on Seventh Pag. BLANQUET AS PRESIDENT IF ELECTIONS ARE VOID ipertitl (7if.fr llrtpalr, i0 Tin; St.v. Mexico City, Oct. SSH Foreign Minister .Moheno. in an interview with the correspondent of "The , Sim." said this evening: I "II Ih impossible at present In ' a.v what the all it tide of the new Congress will he regarding Sundays elect Ions, for there Is no w ay of forming even an approximate idea of what elements will compose the Congress. "Regarding the candidacy of (icn. , Iluerta and (ien. Illanqiiel I ran, however, declare categorically that if the Chamber declares the election of (ien. Iluerta void on account of his being barred by the Constitution and the election of (ien. lilanqtiet as i Vice-President legal (ien. lilanqtiet will assume the Presidential office , until a new elect ion is called and held." , PAGE SEES SIR EDWARD GREY. First Inlrrxlcvr since Ocl. to, llelwrrn Tlirni In nnniuicrtl. periut (7if.fr linnr), ftt Tnr Si I.omhis. Oct. .'8 American AiiiImm.i- dm Walter tl. Page had an Intel view with Sir Ldward Grey, the Foielgn See- rctur, to-day It was annniinieil that It was thr Hist illtenlcw they have had slme October III 5 PER GENT. CLAUSE IS VIRTUALLY VOID McHcynolds Decides IHscoiint Ciiuiitit He t i i von to Aiiiit icnu Ships. WasHINiITU.X, Oct IS It IS lint pi Ob- able that any American ship will eer de. live any benefit from the S per cent, prefeientlal clause or the new tariff law, A vlitual uulllflcatlon of the clause lu been decided on by the Administration. The question lias been under ad lcinent for Hi lee weeks Attorney (Seneial .Mcl!e.nolil ban leached the same iinn'Iil-inti as the State and Treasury department that the dl.5 count cannot be given on goods In . ig.it to the I'nlted States to Ameileaii bottom nilli. nil making it obligatory on th! tJn eminent to extend the same discount to ships of practically all the other Im portant maritime nations. Not wishing to scale ull I.lilff duties I tier cent , the Administration bus con cluded that the only possible course Is f icmslrter the clause Inoperative. This con c.uslou Is based on the rontriii'tliin pla -.M on the provision that the law, shall not 'o operate as to liupati the treat o fie tieaty right of am nation haing ennen Hoiml i omnieri lal lelatlous ith the t'nlted State. ThN piovto considered b Admin Istr.itlon ollleial" to nullify the luecedlns poillon of the act piovldiiiK for the .". p. r emt dl'i'ount, and tlui" Ibe whole clause becomes null and void It Is understood such a decision will not he announced fmmalb until the meeting of Congriss In tfecembet The President probably will then la the entire matter liefme Congress ami leave It to that body either to lepeal the existing law, so amend It, If possible, that American ships may benefit without violating the tieaty obligations nf the I'nlted States, uv, as a thlld course, provide for the abrogation of the existing treaties which make the present law Impossible of administration. Inasmuch as Secretary McAdoo of the Treasury has already suspended the operation of the law the existing situa tion will not he In the least affected by the decision of the Administration or hy the withholding of any announcement on the subject. TENTING IN BUSY PLACES. soldiers to l.lti Tun Wrl lit llritnilTn' Sqiinren. A New Vork National Guardsman, Howard llav. idtched his tent In Long Vcie Sqiltile .vesterday with the Intention of living then- until November s Another guardsmnn has set up his tent at lleiald Somite and a third did the same at Madi son SquatCy On the roofs of the tents ate white and black placards setting forth that the mllltaiy tournament will begin in Madison Kqitate Warden next week Monday and continue until Saturday night, The tents will stay where they are until the tour nament Is over. Kach of the guardsmen will be Joined to-day by a Government marine, assigned to answer questions. The tents are fully equipped, as If on war basis, with a camping outfit, Groups of people around the tents were tiring questions at the occupants through out the day and evening and well on to ward morning. PLENTY OF CASH FOR CARRANZA. Can Get All I'uper Mniirr llebels Want From I'nlled lnlr. Kl. I'aho, Tex.. Oct. L"!. United States District Judge T. S. Maxey at Del Itlo, Tex., decided to-day In favor of the Con itltutloiuillsts of Mexico In their suit to recover $'.'00,000 worth of paper money issued by the Mexican icbel govcinnieiii and seized by the I'nlled States olllclalu at Kagle I'afs, An effort was made to pass the money out of this country, where II was printed, Into tho Constitutionalists' headquarters at Culdad I'ornrlo Dlax. When the money wan seized by the I'nlted States oMIclals the Department of Justice ruled that It could not be held as a munition of war and the Treasury Department held that it could not be regarded as a counletfelt of Mexican currency. Secretary llryan ordeied It Held on the Kround that the circulation of such money .....i.i I.. urn Hlsnit financial anarchv In Mexico. The Constitutionalists sued to tecover the money and Judfc Maxey now has or-1 Acred It turned over to them. TJils deel-1 filon will penult them to get nil the money they want printed In the I'nlted States, i ANtiOSTUIIA BIT1KHH lend fitvw to rpt -fruit tod JGUci.-Adi. delicious NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913. CopurlgM, CHAS. G. GATES DIES INSTATION Financier Is Stricken Willi Heart Disease Near Cody. Wyo. II AD UKKX MT IM'NTIN(t Only 'M. He Was Known I'lnnyer and Money Maker. as LAVISH IN (ilVINti TII'S llod.v Will lie Itioitirlil Where His Mollier. Mrs. W. (iiitcs. Lives. 1 1 ''.. .lollll Coin. Wvo. Oct 2 Charles (i tiatcV. son of .lohn W (Jatis. died sildiletilv nf heal t disease at 1 .30 o'clock this after- I noon in the I In i liiigtun ltallio.ul depot a ! mile fiuni this place. With coiupanlutis he had bed! hunting in the W.vomlng ' wilds. The pait.v had gone to the depot to take a train for New Voik after spending tw ent.v -flv e da.vs In the big game i lountry. other members of the pasty wen- Moi- I ror ii. Irving, lieorge Mathersell, .1. M I Willi. UHMin and a Mr lleisler. The hunt loo which (Jates and his party went emled (eight das ago, slme wliU h tun., they wcic at a lustlc lodge maintained li ' Frost and Itlchards ou the road to Vel- low stone I'aik To-day at noon the pait.v, piv,mts and baggage wele taken hcioss the Shoshone Itlvet to the terminus of the Hiirllngton I'.allioad, alHiut a uiile from Cudv (Jates was not f.eling well and coin lilalned fiequentlv. Suddenlv he was gripped hy a convulsion The ph.vslelatis nf the partv took measuies to telleve him, but lie died within a few minutes. The altitude and exposure during the hunting trip are be lieved to have hastened liates s death Tile body was brought back to town and will he prepartd for hlpnieiit IJ.it. The omp.iiilons of .Mi. (Jates weie stunned by his sudden death It Is prob able that they will leave for the Cast to morrow. The (Jates outfit was the laigest which ever went from this place Into the big game country east of Vvllowstone I'ark. Killed I. ills nf lllu (ilioie. Fifty-live horses were u"d to i.irr.v the I'.unii equliage anil partv and ten guides ami camp helpers wire emplovcd Twent.v tlve da.vs were spent in th" mountains about Thoroughfare Creek, and Gates and his companions killed ten bull elk, the deei, a grl.ly bear and much other game. TwelllV hoises ee requlled to bring out the meat and heads obtained bv the lllllltets No other killing of equal lll.lg- ' iillinle evil was made in this se timi. the I bag obtained b.v the Crime uf Mieiaro's pall.v leceutl.v being small in compatlsun Gales was loathe In return to civiliza tion lie and bis companions llngeied un al the lodge after the Ii I it I was nvet I'ot several davs hefoie the stall foi home Gates's health was not good, but not until the Instant of his death did the phvslcitill who attended hllll believe that he was III a set Ions condition. Coroner Louis Howe said lu-nighl that he did not consider an inquest nver the body of Gates lieces.uy unless there should be some subsequent, dev elopmellls Justifying such an inquli.v. Gates In fore lie left for the depot spoke enthuslastl. rally of 'his enjoj mint of his W.vomlng outing and s.ild that he certainly would be on hand next fall for another hunt i.'liai les G. (Jates H man who knew how to make money and who lulieveil In spending It Long hefoie John W. Gales, Ills fathet, died the .VOUtllflll hloki'1' WllSjCopv known from one end of the continent to! the other foi his skilful stock matilpul.t i....- ... i.i .ni i.... it "."'Oh Lies lie inane siei 1111 ilia I nips in special I trains, he was always iculy with a ' bet I at the lacetiack, his automobiles got htm, Into much tiuuble. but he ncvei wonleil, and always said that such things wen j tilfles to a man who sp..nt a million in a year for tips. lie never sought to break diwn the Impiesslou that he was a plunger, but lie I lesented Intimations that he was nothing else. When a tepoit gained currency last I summer that he had been beaten by IiIh father-ln-liiw In a .Minneapolis cafe he de-; tiled It Indignantly. He had Just stepped j off a special train when the npoitersj gleited hllll and asked him about the te-l ported low . I "Of all Hie miserable falsehoods evei j pilllled this Is (lie woisl," he said "1 had I the best father III Die win Id, and now I have the best futher-ln-law In the woild, and he wouldn't lilt me, not on vour life. I am only n kid, but any peison who thinks he can lick me Is at liberty to sail In right now. Although I'm .voiing I am a dlnctor In twentv-thiee corpoiatlons and they don't seem able tu git along without me." I, Iked tn tin HI I Speaking later uf his 'ill lieed. spiclal Haiti he' said : j I "When I travel I like to move. This is I the life of speed. Like the Flencluiian I have a penchant for getting vvheie I start for and I like to go fast. If I didn't , break u reconl It's not my fault, for I was' In the locomotive. My tlmo Is win Hi money and I waste lime on slow train, i "Not that I cue for money, I give' li way $1,000,0011 In tips In a ear. What's, the use of hoaidlliK money',' If Jon save money somebody will bum It up aflerj ou die, I nave a passion tor Hurtling , '" """ ' , r , I That wim the philosophy of one side of Ills life as he hliiiself expicssed It, and It Is on that side that he was lust known i lo the general public. In III'' llnaiiclal vx nt lit Gati H was known as a man who seemed to luheill much of the shrewdness ami business acunien of t'oaflnucii on fifth Vagc, WIRELESS MESSAGE TO ASIA. First Cotnnierclnl Despatch llrlmrrn the Two Continents. Skatti.i:, Wash., Oct. 'JS. -Wllebs coituniitiltntiuu between America utid Asia ns a commercial pioposltloti has been estalillslied. Announcement was tnmle In-day that a llusslnn !oernineiit message from St. I Pctcishiitg to Commander Wllkltzky, ditector of a laige body of land In the I Aletle, had been tl alisinlttcil yesterday I fiom the t'nlted States allay Signal Corps I station at Nome. Alaska, to the lttislati Government station lit Anadyr. Siberia. This m.h thi- Mm lommeirlal wireless message ever handled between the two continents ARBUCKLES HOTEL" SINKS. I'loallnu limine Mprlnus ' l.cnU Hllll iiii Itesls un Mild. ' The llftv-tvvo-veai-olil tluee inastei I Jacob II Stamlei, doing seivl is John Albihkles "deep sea Moating hotel." ; sprung a leak In twent.v-twn feet of water at the Cast Twentv -tlili d street I pli r. Cast lllvei. last nlglit and settled j seVell feet lllltll tile keel listed oil tile I mini. Water pnuied In until it was twnitv feet deep ill the hold Superintendent Flank Shellev assuied the llft.v-tluee gills aboaid that then- was no dangei and manv went to bed. The more inivoiis preiiared to sit up. The Sta tiller has been a limiting hotel fol twelve jeais ROOSEVELT TO CROSS ANDES IN AUTOMOBILE Will I'liilrrtiikc IVi'iliiii Over MoiinliiiiiN From A refill inn to Chile. I'rip .t;irnlt I .if.r HfHtltrh la Tnr S(. Ili KSos Ayrks. Oct 2s It has heeii de cided that when i'ol Itoos.-velt arrives at Moiitev Ideii for bis stay In Ctuguay he will I titertallad onlv by Aniei leans. i'ol. Itoosevetl will cross the Andes bv automobile from Argentina to Chile In stead of making us., of the tratisande.in railroad. Th" toad whli h c.il HiKisev.lt will, priibablv take :n ctnssing the Amies i that whhh follows the I'.spalluta pass, through which the iallw.iv connecting the oceans now passes l.efore the rallioad was completed ill fill this toad fiutii-hed the chief means of communication b tw.eii Chile and tile Algintlne and both fr. ight and passenger trattlc passni ovet It. Through putt of Its course, notahlv along the Aconcagua ltiver. the toad Is tine and broad. Violent storms are com mon and small stone houses are scat tered along the IiIkI.it altitudes of the road as i.fuges foe tiavellers Gov AinbrosKi o lliggins built the tlrst of then- lefugis in 17''1. Col Itoosevelt Will illlbablV stall his automobile tup fioin M.nibiza in the Argentine Menduza Is reached b.v rail from Ituenos Ami- hy the Itueiios Avies ninl I'aeitlc Callwav, which inns on to Valp.ir.iiMi The t'spatlatn liass Is l'.'.Tn I feet IllllOe sei level It s jut to the .snillli of Mount Aconcagua, which is '.'H.- 3 n :t fi.-t high From Santiago to Val- i paiaiso. if the autotiioliile p.trtv cnutiuues til the s,..t,olt the load follows th" U uillol.i all. . th" most f, minus of Un fertile tl.HlsVet.se Mllle.V s uf Chile GARNISHEE JUDGE LYNCH'S PAY Justice Ceiiitleloii Imiii. llrilyr lake ticlil Hill nlnr. A 'i order b one Judge garnishee nig salarv of auoth 1 Slip! ellle i 'ourt r was stgii"il in .esterdav when Justice d the Comptroller to I'elldlelllll iblecti Wltllliuld 10 i"l mouth salirv i cent, of the tl.iino a f Clt.v Court Justice Itiehuril T Lynch The older was obtained bv Mm Annie W. Il.ildwin. wlio got a Judgment for l.'.foli; on a note against Justice l.vnch in (Jilciis .oiintv last August. NEW THAW PETITION FILED. of I onilrHe Indictment with llttrildlf Inn I'len. oM'niai. N II, 1 1, t i'x - A new pell- , 1)iM fur the eti aditlnn uf. Ilanv l Thaw vviisj tiled this afternoon in the olllce of the Secntaty of Stale lie lleiuaid Jacobs, representative of the State of New Vol k III New Hampshire The petition alleges coiispitacy in the escape from Matteawau and Is based on an Indictment handed down bv" the Grand Jur in New IO,,. ...on., ...s, wee,,. I, ,s s,Ke II)' iMt'u.i ,,-tw. .ll.-.i.iu lr ih,. ,...,il,.-. Is granted that Thaw be tinned over to the ctistnilv of Fled C llornheck of I nitcliesH county Attacheil to the petition s a state ment hy Atloiue General Caimodv giv ing the leiiMins w b.v the lelutti of Thaw Is deslrol, a i e tilled copy of the llldill liient mid ii tll I it v 1 1 h lelatlng lo the escape fiom Mattiawiiu j ON WAY TO FIGHT PIERRE L0TI. ' llnlmirliin Otllcer In lleiiuinil Ite trilctlnil nf I'ruellj (blirues, ltntil I'tihU iiiic. tit Tio: Si n 1 Sol'IA. Oct is - Lieut Till kof left Soil l to-day for Pails lo challenge Picric Lull ' to a duel, lie obtained special leave of I absence I mm Ibe Minister of War mid a nilslsoii to call on the Flench author , and demand a letractiou of the charges I of truelty made hy the wtlter nguiutl ! the llulgailan Hoops In the war with Tuikev and after tlm war was over In Hie event of I'lerrc Lotl refusing to , light I'm kof sa.vs he "wants his hlooil '. au wa ." SHEPARD ON SCHOOL BOARD. Helen lidulil's llusbaiiil Will I, link xflcr iiiillen, T.vnniTow N, N. V Oct, "s, Al a meet, lug of the Irvliiglon Hoard of Kducatloii last evening Fililey J. Sheparil was .., ...i i. ..... 1. 1.. in., ...it.. ..... e,.,'.e. ... . .,. -.,, . ,e, ,,. lUIII... e..-o ....... - laxpa.ver III the dlHtrlot. .nr. siieparu was piaceu on ine supply I I'omuiiiit e. nit- coaiimaii oi vviiicii is i'ai I he chalimail of which Is rick Corey, a mason and plasterer. See page ft NHl'THKII.V HAIIA'A 'S Uf I Mill "A thin It Spcoltl.' lIJ. hy thr .;,,,, Printing nnrf J'liMPiMiif HENNESSY SAYS ALL JUDGES BOUGHT JOBS FROM MURPHY Stilwell and His . Both Say Denial Comes From Sing Is What the Ex - McClelland's Views. I Seiiatoi Jam.- i Mi Clelland, who wasl I appointed counsel f,ir Stephen J. Stlhvell by Judge Seabui.v, question. d the aiitheti-i tlclty of the Stilwell letter yesterdav and' asei ted that William Slllzer wrote to Stilwell b.ifoie August I,-, iiffdlng a par don in leiuiii f,u infoiinatliiii which would "Ini'ilmlnate certain parties." In a slat.. ineiit Mr. McClelland s.ild : "I have seen the puriim led confession of Seiiatoi Stilwell that e-i!.iv. SiiIz.t has given fur piibllc.itloti. I wish you would look al the eonfi k and the dlffelellce hi handwriting of the Imilv ,if the eoi.fesslon Itself and th" signature. The dimll.irltv is maiked Another dlsslmiliarlt.v Is the date August 1. lliir,. two davs after under th Ciiiisiltutlon e. Gov Sul.ei s iKiwei of pardon hid ended Stilwell told me in an Intervb w .s teldiiy that h- was lonstantlv beset hv agents of dlffetint jwt iri" who w iiubi presint dlffeietit pas-rs to hiiu, for him 'o sign Me tnld me this coin limed until lii was actually pestered with their efforts. All I know Is what Slllwell tulil me yes. terday, that he li.nl made no application for pardon to Gov. Sulzet or anv oti. clic "Thete is a letter. I understand. In ex istence, and I have been creditably In foimeil this letter, over the signatuie uf William Sulzir, e-i Juvei nor of this Stati, antedates the tlftienth div of August. In which Stilwell was off.'ied a full pardon If h" would furnish the t,eceaiy . vldenre to Incrlinlnate leitain parties, which he had refused to do upon the giouml th it h had no sui h evaletic. to ftijiiish CLANCY RESIGNS AS SING SING WARDEN Kenretl silence AImhiI Hemic' Would He Hejiiinled n Kn vorinir Tn in ninny. "HKNNKSSY IS A I.I A If Sti He Put Him in liiid (lie I ay Sulei" Wn, Hcinoved I'i-oiii (lovernorsliip. ihmvimi, Oil ; .tames M I'l.uu). who was appointed wanleii of Sing Sing prison bv Gov Sul7.er to sin id Watden Kennedy, sent his resignation to Supetiii tetlilelit of Prisons John H I'.ilev to-nlgllt lie said he tesigned because lie wished to eliminate anv possllnlitv of his silence respecting John A lentics and former Senator Slepheli .1 Slllwell being inter- i ,'r'',',1 nH Hall ilesue iii liefiliml Tammany Ills a sel I lllllC" iuiiHtit.il was wiliten out after of ciinfei. nc s Iii Mr I'lancv's Newpap,i mn talkid to the war- mil when he n fused to be ieeltlc as j lien, to i. it., In allegations which he mad,. tlieyj,in, s,r,.,,, lapidlv thtougb the blg batn. suggested to him that his lefusal to an- i :! fe. t long From theme it eummunl swer might In Inteipreted as a fiieiidlv ! i aled to a half 1I07.11 other farm hnlhl. altitude toward Tammany Hal Then i and then s.'llll he would prevent anv i such posslblbtv . sat down and wtote out h!s lesignatliin He i iquesleil ,i i . (nil t to mail II That w,i done ni. t than an hour lalii ii ft l Mr Clantv h.ul hei n called on tin- telephone and asked If he did not wish to in on.iibi his action "" said he did not and Hie I, ttel Weill The tonfeienics lefeiieil lo lug, m at .1 l.'i o'clock this afteimioii. Slllwell was htnught from his nil to tt,e nfilce of the warden and was closeted theie until I , .,(vk ,, :B,.n,, llralrack, w ho was I foiinerl.v bis law partner Former Sena j lor .lames D .MiClellaml nirlved at 4 j o'clock and icm.iliieil vvltli Stilwell until ;. .l"i o'cloi l. Mi Hraiacl, left some time before Senator MiClcllanil did Win ilt n CI.UIC.V was not picsent at these t'onfeiiniiK When .McClelland left al ,'i Ki o'clock the wanleii sat down with j Slllwell ami tlie.v talked together until IiJ.I.'i o'clock. Then Slllwell, who was in I his giay pi Won sun, went hack lo his cell. I Watden I'lancv reielved iicwspapei ie. pot tei linnieillatel afier Stilwell had left him. II" saltl he could nut dlsiuss the litter which Stilwell seal to Gov Suler and which was puhllsht d In New Viol, .this afternoon. Neithci would he talk about llellllessj's alleg.ltlui. that he had had a live hoiii i onfereiiee with Stilwell and I hat the inoiil of the couv et satloti had been taken down b.v a di tectaphouc. When he was urged further and mote of Mr. Ilentiess.v's stall iiienls weie quoted lo hliu he said "Let him Biy inure ami I will have soine.i thing to mix. All that I wan' lo s,,v now I I Is Unit Ileum ssy I- a II. il " : The warden was reminded of the fi l ship that had existed between ,lm Hennessy for many veais. ' "Vis, we were friends," lie said, ' ml ,M,l ilul I was proud ami happy to call hhn my iflleiid, but that Is no moie. He lied to j me and to othei s." The lepoileis men Honed the fuel that the campaign in .New Muk city Is mine thnn 1mM xclllng, that Mi Ileiiiiessy nkn, ,.ai, ,K ,,,, , ti ., mt I 1(ny ,.,,, .,,, .,, , 111)W w, . i, ,i ii..,.v were no lone, i f,l, ,u "Was It because v lew lefei ieil lo b.v Of Hie Slllwell lute. Ml , Ileum hm as hav ContiniMil on Stioonit I'ngc, AocMto. Attorney Letter Is Altered Sing Warden That It Senator Wrote OSSINIMI, N V. Oil IV- StepllOl .1 Slllwell made a staiem. nt to Watden Clalie.v this afternoon at Sins Sing pi hoti In tho presence of Kugene I, llrlsach. a Inw.vei ninnerteil with Stllwell's N.vv Vork office, and James . MiClellaml, IIIM'I fur Stilwell The convicted Si n.i tor dnlaied that his litter to Sulrer as it iiipeareil In th" new spapets was a II" Theie w.oe things In the pilule, I htlei. said Stilwell. acconlliig In the wanleii, that he nevei w rote. Wanleii Clnnc quoted Slllwell as say ing leg.'lldlng the letter IO Sulzet . 'I won't have anvllilng to mv until afti'l the election. There have been Insel tlons made In that letter of which I know nothing, the object of the Insertions bring to make the letter a stmng weapon Theie at" things In It I did not wittc and the I letter as a whole as pilnled dots not ex- ptcss w Irii I w rote " CoiKirnlng Mi llennes.v dlclagiapli Interview, Wnrden Claiiev sa'd that it lasted not more than sixty minutes The warden denied that letinesv talked five hums with Stilwill In his pri vate office. "It did not take plaie !n mv pnv.ite of Hi e. ' said Wanleii I'lancv. "and I was not pleseiit. Th" Interview did not last more than slxtv minutes I will have fomi thing to s.iv about that alter Hen nessv mikis his spiith disclosing the sub- stain e of the lnt"i view with Stllwi $100,000 OFFERED ON MITCHEL. some nl Hie Mct'nll r'iilloTrr re lilllK - - Mabel mono Hooded the flli.nu lal disirk-i vesterdav and It was said that' Hieie was JlvO.no'i offered One Stock lJxchange house had MO.OOo to place. Al though the odds remained practically J to 1, in some cases McCall men were asking 3'-j to 1 and got It on some bets placed on the curb Tammany tnonev was lacking The belief s that MrCall's Milliliters ici. holding off until Tatnmnnv tnkis its final voting poll fioin the ele' tioa caitalns on Siturday. Fred Si liuiuni tila. ed $3.u0il to $l,,"nu on Milthel and several smaller h!H wete made Most uf the wagers made ves. t.'d.iv weie on th" basis uf plurality. Hits uf t!,7.-,o to Jl.niiu and 13 oOo to t.'lina weie placed that Mltchel would not g.t ::..iioii jiluralit.v The latte' Pet was made between a Wall Stu-t brokerage house and a prominent niemtic' of the Produce exchange. A bet of IJ.HOil even was mad., that Mnchel would not get .1.iri,IIMH Voles A bet of I. (Hill even was made that M. Call would get n manv voles as Mavot Gavnor did $100,000 FIRE AT TUXEDO. Ileurv VI. Iltrunl's Turin lliillilliiUa xlmle iei'iiiculiir I'lre. Musiior, N V. Oct Fire d sti ovrd all the farm buildings on the country pmpirtv of lletiiv M Tilford of Tuxedo Pail, to-night The loss !s J I'm. 'Hill. The farm is one mile south of Monroe The tin- was discovered In the hue loft ings, ,, of whli h wue but tied lluiulteils of .speitatois lushed m aiitos to the Hi" and all Hie chemical nglues anil otlii r tlie lighting aiiparatus within' ten miles weie utilized without ifTect i The illumination of the 1 - w;i ,irll lls I fa i Newbuigh and Miildletow n IN H. P. DAVISON'S HOME. i FIRE Hliie I Hoseil lit llleeli le ( lirreltl oiiu I'm Ilul, Th was a small tlie late j t night 111 the home of Heniy P Ii.ivison, a nn Hi her of .1 P .Mm Ran - Co Flfiv-tiist street As Mis, nt 12 West Davison was about to ii lite she found some wall div iding in her beilioom mi llu fouith floor siniiuldi'i lug i She shouted "File"' fiom a window' and 1 P .1 ('onion, a stieet watchman, raif to ! Hie house. Mts Davison aniilseil the chll illeli and seivanls and mini body tele. plioncil to l lu- Heaililiai lei s n the infill, 1 1 !, an alaim was sent funn a in eel box As soon as duilim was admltled he got watei fiom ,, bathiuom and put nut the blaxc llallnlli.il Chief Sherlock was the onl.v llieuian to tnler the house Mr Davison leluined home Jiisi as the Hie was out. The damage was tiltllng The the was hlameil on elect lie wlies. SUES MRS. KATHRINE C. GOULD. Inreiiee ben in IIchIiis tcllnn on Hill for l.eunl rrtlees, WasIIINiiton, Oct. -Suit was llled ll,'l,' to-day by Clannce J Sliearn of New 111 ' 'H-'iilnsl Mis. Katlirlne C Gould j lo recover tSO.'.'DS allegetl lo be due for i I1' of esslona I set vices by Mr Sliearn fiotu March, I'm;, lo June, I'.HO. I Mis. Gould is m il in this Jin isdictlon ' because she has a large iinioiiut of vain- able pei son al piopi'ity, consisting uf rugs, fiiinltiiie and tapesti ies and in tides of like iiatuie now in storage In Wittdiltigtuti. She Is a icsldeiit of Virginia, Included nniom; the Itemized claims of Mr. Sliearn , iM ""' bul'ince claimed to be due on the lee anu costs iii the invoice action brought hv Mis Gould against In r husband In I '.in" The claim for this illvone pio. ceedlliK is tlM.iiSR Marie nlnlnrllr. Il'wt.t, HlUh In Mill) S, lime I of the lilifher clack, iHriniuontand Iranskiu PRICE TWO CENTS. Declares Stilwell Illumes Tammany Chief for His Downfall. (),,,:N'S Siilzer (Jives Out Letter From Con viet Offeriiiji to .Make Kxposnre. I K'AKK. SAVS STII.WKI.I HeiinesM Cliiilleiiaes .M 11 l'ph Prove He Didn't Keep Hniily'.s .sl:).imh (Jiff. t John A Hcnncssv. n ni.ildng n .e. e lust night, opened the m.v rlerlous hia book which, he said, lontaincil fnrrm i Senator SHlvvell's i onfessi,,,, m s r . Sing prison, bul he read onlv n few lines. He explained that Stihveds taw .ver Insisted that the com Icted Senn tor's talk was oonliibntlal. Sl.lvve'l is alleged in Imve told llentussv thai Chatles '. Murph.v biuughl .ibnut ' N ruin because he refused in do h'. bid ding Stilwell was quoted as saving t was in his power to "send Murphy i Jail." Ileiiiiessy coiitfniieil his nttai s upon Kdwanl II. McCull mid i 'buries I Murphy. lie spent nn hour in Mistrh-i Ml t in-v Whlttnan's ollhi., n-hete he will re tuin to-day to go into his charges tin candidates have bought nomination John H. Dclaney, ib nyluc Suliei s statement that he 'atrled Allan A Ity.in'M $10.oiiu to t 'Italics r. Mm-plix, tl it 1 1 charged th" ex-Governor vv,i, urging him to perjure himself in tin Impeiirhmetlt trial. Wnrden Clancy of Sing sing resigned lust night, giving a.s his reason tha' ho did not want his silence about tint Henncssy-Stllwell conference; lo be re. garded iih favoring Tammany. He called Hennessy a liar. Judge McCall petnilttril an ntiib ence composed of workingnien to asi lnfll questions jesterdny. Ho ilente I taking part In a conferente with Mur phy ii nd Sulzer about Htilwell's tna He accused Mltchel of topentltlg sln'i tnents, parrotlike, for the New Vol , H'orfd. William Snl?er went outside his di tilct lo attack Tammany leaders In gen ral. He said he had got letters In Vol disli attacking his wife, and these h" blamed upon Murphy. He said Mm phv's statement that he tetiirnid tb-- lint.. Atifliont- V l!..i.l.-'-i t'i'.l . . tribiitlon was a he. He said Murph.v and llrailv had not Ik en on spe.tkiiu terms. Mr. Suler made public a letter vv b , lie said he had rei elvetl irotu furinee Senator Stilwell. Stilwell, iu riling t i the lettet. ple.uleil for . anion and sad that "the dominant polltK nl power op posed to Suler hail promised hint freedom. Senator James Miilellnnd si that hefoie August IT., the date nt th letter, Slllxer trie, to exchange a p,,r don with Stilwell fot charges aga ns, his political toes. Stilwell, ai sing Sing prison de hired that things he had not written vvtie pr in the letter, which lie called "a I e." Judge McCall was t li. eri d for twinty eight minutes bv an uiidliinc ut Oftil persons In Tiiiiimanv Hall las' ng1 i He promised a standiip light aga nn Hennessy and the H'oid HENNESSY OPENS "BLACK BOOK." Mends Onlv n IV Lines of 1 1 1 tt rll'. tllexeil CniifeHsliiu, John A. Henncssv upeind last night his Mack houk, which he so , omta ns a Hcnogra,hlc letoitl of reVclallons ma b to him by ex-Senator Slipped J St wi-' ill Sing Sing, but he rend onlv about .no woids out of Its L'no pages. He s.i, he had been Informed bv a inrsseiigi r ironi Stllwell's la u, vet, Senator Mci'li ,' , that the conveisatiiiii In sing Sing tv s -tmtltlfntl.il ami could not be usul The fractional pail that Mr. Ili'iinis-v did read last night disclosed Stilwell as telling him that Charles F. Murpln n Di Imonlco'.s t lit oil telle, I to kill SHIweit politically mid tinanclallv iiulci-s he did Ins bidding in the Senate ; that Stilwell could have Gov Sulzer acquitted hi tie in pearhnient court In the same w.n that he himself was acquitted by the Sen.iii and that Stilwell absolutely icfustd to allow bis seciet knowledge to he used hv I Us. Irlct Attorney Whitman oi auihoilv e se units he tlrst obtained an iincoiulil oual pardon fiom the Governor. Ml. Hennessy, reading fioin hl black book, tpioted Stilwell as saving "I will give ou Hie allldavlt or any thing I will go the limit I will pre vent them (six or seven Seiiatoisi from voting against the Governoi. I will put Murphy in Jail " Mr, Ileiiiiessy surpassed even liinisi f 111 speaking of Judge McCil'. lb ie pealed that he i iiiildu't move that Mi McCall bought his lioitiliiutloo foi a Ml picnic Conn Judgeship, but hi said he bail no doubt that lie did, and that no Supieme l 'out I Judge iiiuld be iioiulliatril in this city since Muiphv has been Hie bona who dl4 TtH pay for his nomina tion. He also named Warden Fallon of the Tombs as the man who, he ibiid, acted as releiee between Mr .MfCnll and Will lam W McLaughlin, llieii police mspeiioi, when lhe quai I elbd over "money that passul between them 111 previous tpeeuliaa Mr. Hennessy IniJ i