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POLITICS BOUND TO KILL YANDERLIP PLAN CnmniiMi'p Now KvpiiI.v Divided With O'd'oriiinir.x siwifeli to WilMin's Side. POSTI'OXK TAKINJI A VTK ilas).0('ii Mpiimiit Will, Hon over, He Itidirnll.v Anionded llcfoiT hisnjre. WashiS'iiton, Url. IS. Tin- situation In the Sciinti- I tn iik 1 1 ic hih! Currency nmmlttro has taken :i more favorable; turn fur 1'itshhnt Wilson Tin- stieugtli whlcli ill one tlni" seemed certain in the rimiinllltir fur l-rnU A. Van. In lip-). int ernment immihI rininil bank Idea h.i.e gradually been slipping ntt.it Political expediency is the ciiup. While h majnrllv of the commlttc r still neraonnlly fntir this plan there Is now prctleny no chance of It bring adopted because of tlm fart that the ticnioci atic House of llcpresetitatlvcs would hp cer tain to reject It. thus killing nil ilianc-s "f currency legislation The Semite Commute' nn Hanking mid Currency nftfr an nil da executive sen- MOM 11 djo II I lll'd to-night without hating formally decided Hip iiucstlnu whether It will favorably consider thr Vandcillp central bank plan nr Hip Ailmlnlstiatloii rpRlmiHl hank system as ptcscntcd In the ilass-i iwcn I. Ill Thcic win no dmilit. llotlctrt, linu thp inmilllttio stood It as evenly divided and this clrctmistaiii alone w as prohnhlt responsible fur Hip failure to take a fonnal Noli cimmltlcc Ctciilt Divided, Dip tip in Hip otiinilttii on HiIk fuinla- inrntal tiptluii stood as follows Tor a single ppntr.il hank with tlip h"ccssiiry hrnneli banks Senntois IIUcli pock, liptiiopt.it. mid Nelson, Ifilslow. .Mel. run. Cniwfniil and Weeks. It..piili (leans. For Hip adoption id Hip leglonnl bank plan: Senators iwcn, .'C.eirmnn. I teed. Mollis, Shnfroth mill Poinere lie. Demo crat. The conversion of Seiialoi- Heed to the Administration's Mi point In rrnmd to tills linpnitant feature of the bill lias h-eti inidlitid for some tune. Senator iiimrmaiis shift flom the single lini ern- ' nietit bank idea eaine more in the nature of a surprise although, as was Indicated III TlIK Sp.v to-day. the Senator from New Voik had api.irentl deeidpil that to forpp Hip central hank Idea would pioh nhly result In destroying all hnncis for currency legislation at this session In the lotitsi of the ita..'s illsrusslon It becnine apparent that the commute, was rvenly illvidul on this haste condition So It was determined to tnkp no vote. The eonimltlee has dielded to take up the (!!ass bill paragraph b paragraph. They diveiiss amendments in the order In which they s, m most Impoitatit with ,hc belief th.it tlx details of the bill m.i rearranged without reoit to partisan eonsldi r.itlniis, and poshl in some In itanp'S b the unanimous action of the -omnilttee in this hihiium- it j. hop-d that the Itppubbean niembeis .mil S. uatoi Illtchrock may Join with the lienioerats la some compioml-e on thi bash form of a new h.inkliu system The stand of Senator (iiioiman and Senatoi 11,,-d ulth President Ull-m ,t... not nn nn that tln will Jm pt the (;ifs Owen bill In Its pres. nt form lla.llcal concisions will har to bp Kranted to Senator n'Cormaii and the other so-cullei! IniurKHits on the committee In leiuin for their suppoi t W rrk, mill llnlll. on fur llmile. In the days ronsldeiatlon ( the bill it b-caine evident that the full attendance of the conmilttie duilm; this k wouhl Uc Impossihl,. -n,,. prrs ,lf stMtiir Weeks in tin .lasacliusetts innipalKii and of Senator Itollls in the New llamp 'hire campaign bi eame neeessarj . pair line areenient bitueep thtse ti'p SMiat. rs le'lliK acceptable to the committee both 'ft this afternoon f,,r th.lr bomi-. The oi a nn i altenibme mat nien a contrlbuttnK cause to Uu lllttee's actbin to-dav in m,.!,,.. h.le com- tlnal decision on the Dm eminent bank or ranliatloii. KoIIowIiik ih sslon of the ronimlttee .o-night Senator uuen He, m,., Wi.m ...eased II, ,.,1, be.ve.l the com- u Ittee uould shortly Ket together and orlrig out a bill which wil acceptable . ...r .'rimn, later lo 111 conrerence mm riiiain ami most Pruldent. certainly to ih senators te.d and uUoiman tool; ., more iPI-eful Mew of the lfBlsl.tlv situ. ilon than for some ,i.,y, psse,l. ., iKIoimaii thmmht the co.nmltt.e uould be reudy to tejairt within ten ilavs The J.cpilbllcans ueie dlsappolute,! at the ,le. lection of Senators niiorman and lleed. nut their disappointment was tempered ,'imewhat by th.. knole,lKC that some sort of compromise must lie effectnl I'rof. .1. W .links of New Vork I'm ernlty made public a suninu.rv f Jiojected bill fur , entral bank ptiiared at the leinnst of the tmnkiim- and eut uncy committee. The nl.in , Hirers r...ii ' ally ftom that by Trunk A. Vanderllp !n that the stock subsprlptlon is to lr. contined inlniHiily to uatfonnl banks, .-tate banks ami trust companies ami that only In the peni of the subscription fail- .IS Short of lllMl.miO.lllMI Is It to be of. .'red for public subscription I'rupmiea I'ederiil llnnril f Mne. The J. enks plan III Opuses :i l-Vileral re. arve boanl of nine members, six to be appointed b) the President without le . trlctlon and three to be aipoluted fiom : Hat submitted h the member lianks. one from each of three projected l--d, ral leserve dlstrlets. The plan proposes nut ass than twelve branch banks reposlni; the power ot creation of additional branches In the K.deral rest rve board but ,'irovldlnK dlrccloi ales to be elected un der the plan at present Incorporated In the Hlass hill The ledemptloii of bank notes in imbl or koM certificates is made obligatory under the .links plan. II sets a minimum normal ic serve of 3." per cent, and levies a craduati d tax on eduction of the reserce In low the :!.; per ent. requirement. Prof. Jeliks Is not Inappieclallie of the ;(lshitlve system which exists and. In liN nnlKnieiit, there seems little likelihood. onslderliuf the attflude of Hie President, of the House lommitlee and posHlhh of lie public, of ail) plan piovldlim for a initial hank. In thai ecnt he siiKKests lissenlliK Hie niimbi i f Peiieial nseive Links from twelvi to four and further hat the unity of Interest of the member ...inks which nennil to him ftmibiinen i.il should he obtalued by an amend- lent to section 7 of the (ilass lull, which should provide that in the calculation of .-in plus and piollt the total capital and ,he business of all Hie ici;nuat leinse -inks should be rickomd In Hie l'nle-,i i serve biianl as united In one fund This with moilillcatlous Is the pos. Iblc coiu.l'iilsc expicled lo t;iow out of i ic deadlock on Hi' hunk ori;aitmit!ou Ian now existlut; In the comm.itei ALLING FAVORS MONEY BILL. I'm- I'iimIIoii Will Sui ('heel. sttuiM lilnu Hiislness, Hunker s,i)s. Newton i Alum, v i. e-iuesnb nl of the Slilluil.ll NlHSIU It ink, slum.jlv h 1 1 1, it ... 1 1 esuid.l. the featllli' of 111- I IV i li-l il.i -. i 111 n Haul, nil eiilb i lions on oul of .own t hecks "It is liiKh lime Mai til liau'.s nf i In nuiiti) vent out uf the lulu me. swapplm!, bulnes and duxotcd their time lo si lupin I 5 and SAFETY GUARANTEED MORTGAGES LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. HICHAM M. HUM, Pmlnt Capital A Surplus - SS,$OO,0M Lltvrt; St.,. T IM Montifu fit. Bki. banklnc." he said. "TIip Kpilcrnl tesine act will ellllilmitP all of tills Ullliecpssaiy expense and will eotleel or ixchiiliRe alt of the elmcks of the loiintry for one tneiitleth or less of the lost of to-day and the tariff oil business III be rcniocd (iitlielj. President Wilson sioke titll when he said that this hill would "strike the shackles off business.' When he slitns this bill he will i.timr with one slioko of his pen alt the pim; iniihlenis of the 'ollpctlon of ount.v clucks HOKE SMITH SEES VICT0RY. eiiiHop l'rellel I'.nrl.t rlon mi ( iirrenej Hill. Wasiii.nV.tun, net :'s. in an Interview Senator Moke Stnltli, an Administration b-ader In the Senate, predicted early action on the currency bill to-day 'l .nil more linppful now of Hip speedy passage of the currency bill than I hae cicr been liefole, t think it ery prob able ttiat tlm bill will be hi Hip Semite In two wppks mid that up can pass It at Hip present cvtlii session "The ehaimiH which the Senate mm lllltt re Is llkel til make III thp bill will make Hip iiipiisiiip iiioip pMIcIciiI and iiioip popular with all Masses. Includlm: ei n Hip biuikeis TIip L'h per i put snb-ri lp. Hon to Hip rpsptxp linnks reiiilpd of olhet banks will be iertalnl rciliucd, If not made optional "Subscriptions tn Hip slock of Hip re spic banks ma) be open lo the public with a limitation or the amount of stock that an) one person or corporation can nw n "I am satistiiil that the savlnus bank feature, so objectionable to mail) banks, will tie strlPki-n out and that a moduli -tiou will be made with Iplerciuc lo i leuc ine cheiks b lmli Idiials upon banks which will lessen the opposition to this feature of I he House bill "The rate of dividend on the stock of reei ve banks uil' bp limited to ." or S per pent, and all surplus of piotlts will no to the National Tip.isut). so that while Hip rest rve lunks will earr) the '2 per cent bonds and save the additional Interest which a .1 per cent, bond would pause the iiivernmem would obtain the benefit fiom the protlt deilied from the notes lsued by the reset e hanks based upon 2 per cent, bonds "Just at this tlm, before the com mltti e the emotion most at Issue is the. ftjrht over one leiitrai hank. I am satis fied that thi committee w II defeat the central bmk. although th. number of re serve hunks mij hi redtitel to less thnn twelM ' ASK CHANGES IN INCOME TAX. I Mphro Hunkers llellete Xensiirp In Ton I niiilleiitel. llll'Alio. '( t s cnup n l'h,, ai;ii bankers ami maniifaetuieis after wrest IlliK for several days with the Intricacies of the new income tn law. leached the conclusion to. ilny that It Is the most complicated measure -cr passed b i-oii-Kies.s and the) vn lit m-k ail amendment that wMl eliminate the colleitlon featuie at Hie source of incoin, TIip 'hliaco men would change the taw so that pt) taia,er would have to file a schedule of Income, and collec tion would be made dlrertly from the tnpacr based on this schedule The decision In makp an eiTort to hae the taw amended ennu at a confcience of bank lawyers and nlinials. Levy Mayei, counsel for the I'un tiiiental and I'umniprt lal National Hank, was etiKHC'i! to draft the iiroposed amendnipnt. Hi will woik in co operation with .lohu M ilenn, sec letary of the Illinois .Manufacturers As sociation. The I'hicaKO bankers hc!cc the amendment will teieive Hie imhuse ment of all the hankers In the country "Thp Inteiptetat. i'ti of the lneonip tax law , passes InunHii IntclllKPiice." .lt Mnpi said Hie must bp a uiputal airoliat and piepaml to cliauve his opinion us ttie wind shifts "line can freiueutl) llnd In the law Itself dlaiu-'lr!cnl! opposed imsweis and Iriteipictntlons for the same iiuestion" AWAITS SENATE MONEY BILL. Vork Clcnrlnit IIiiiisp t'liinnill- le l!etnM Heicirt nil lensure, Krauk A. Vanderllp. eh, in man of the New Vork 'learlm, House coumltteK appointed to analyste the hauklii? and cuirenc) bill and report to the t'learliiK House, B.le out the follou'lux statement y sterday "In view of the fact that substantial chaiiKcs In the peiulim; baukliiic and cur retic) bill are bcinc considered by the Senate Committee, the New Vork c'l:ir- j thp House committee appointed to i analyze the bill, has ibxaled tn wait for the Senate hill to be leporteil before making its report to the I'leartiiK House Association," BOND ISSUE APPEAL IS UP. llmen's rliinl.eea Are vt lle foie I tic- I'mirl, iiosto.n, net. .'s I lie appeal of ex' I'mv .MortMJi i Hulkeley of l'oiine-tlciit anil other stockholders of the New Hrven railroad from the Public Service Com mission's approval of a f ,T,0(iO,000 bond Issue was brought before .ludne lairinK of the Supreme Judicial Court to-day. Charles P. Choate. Jr., for the railroad company, suld he would he ready to file Its answer on or before l-'rlday of next week, Judge I.orlm; said that under th circumstances theie would be no need of making any order and that a time for the hearing would be fixed as soon as the answer was filed DIXON'S Graphite Automobile Lubricants put the double cross on that busy little jinx called "Friction." AsK your dealer. MtU in JERSEY CITY, N.J., br th. JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO. CianA,;n ftST THE SUN, INVESTMENT MEET TAKES HOPEFUL VIEW lli'ijilil l'i'osMcl of mi Artivc mid Hi'ohiI Hond -Mnr-kct Seen. PKHILS OK KKFORM WAVE Sci'iii'it.v Mnrkot litis lloflcclcd lisiisl of Ciijiitnl. Sny.s Cnldwoll. ('llicciio. net. 2V Investment bankers of the country see much blighter pros pects for an enilv return of stnhte con dlllnns than for siveial months nasi Mot e than l(U deb gates tn the annual onientloii of the :iieimrnt Itankeis Association of Ameilca attended Hie npi n- I lug session tn-da The geiieinl feeling among theui seetiipil In bp Hiat while tlllsllll'SS tias slntleil ilnti M It, :i inf irl el-i, t e ' rxtiiit Hip prospp'ts are lirlght for an adlvp and broad bond market, which will Pliable tile railroads and other porpora Hons requiring money to finance their ex tensions and linprnx pinents and to prmldp for their needs through longer time obli gations than lias been pos-dbh In Hip last fpw years llxin pssions from Hie leading bond men ami lui stmi lit batikiis III attendance in dicated cleat 1) thelf belief ttl.lt mnilel will be ensbr and that tie liiMstor will soon legam Ills touragi and snk Hie bonds which are now awaiting a inarki't TIip Income tax law was one of the tulncliial topics of discussion among Hie Icligatis. and Hie effi ct of new tailff and curntic) iniasure" also lame in for a shaie of Hie giMieiat talk Public utllil) iniasuns and Hie teiuleiiev of tie Ipgls. latots towanl Male supen islon of quasi publii cor) oia Hons ale also on tin pro gl amine for disi nssioi In Ills opinliig adilii-s di in-ml m nn balltoom of Hie Hbn kstone Hotel iieoi.-e It, Caldwpll, ieslibut id the ass.n lation. soiituleil a mile of warning thai t' e "blue sky laws" adepti d be lgislaluns In sexer.cl States to safi guard tin small In M'stor must lip amended oi the) will do serious damage to the investment banker deform llint Needs llpfor llllnu. "The wae of i. lot m now with us led to tin mtiodiictli.il of this liglslatlon In about toil) States, and twent) -one enacted laws of a more or less exttPtne character, dangeious alike to tlm imestor and dealei " said Mr Caldwell, ".Much of this legislation must be amended to become practical ' Criticism of the nwen-iilass cuneticy hill and dscusloii of the Income tax wele Included In the president's addriss lie also declined that the readjustm, lit of huslm s conditions had hromcht als.ul among capitalists a fieluu of disgust with iioveinm nt methods "Kor the last two )ears the otirse of Hie security market simply reflects Hie disgust of capital, because the Admin istratlons of lioth Taft mid Wilson seemed determined lo regulate and Irritate bu-l- ncss, said Ml Caldwell "No one here b"llees that Atclilson ominon is s,.i. lug at o. Iieiause about one-half ni its mileage Is ill a section where the or i clop Is short I.Ike other good stocks mill bonds. It is down because of deeper i.iuses, ehlell) a lack of i ouftdeuce. a be lief on the part of the investor that what we shall git will tie worse than what ue have had, and that the cotpena tlons, especial!) the rntlroattN will not get a square deal ill the next three ) ears." Prank W. Kolllns of Boston, Mce-presl-flcnt of the association and lot met' !o ernor of New Hampshn', expressed the opinion that the countr) Is passing through a period of extravagance and mining Into debt He expressed his con hileuce in future- e onilltfons It Is expecli'd that l.""l bankers will attend the banquet of the association Thursday night, at which Kr.ink A Van derllp, president of the National Clt) Hank of New Vork, will lie the . Iiicf sp akc r STAND FALLS AT GIANTS GAME I Killed. in Hurl Win s of j stars Just r.sciipc Death. j Held Til. si, i kl,i. i .ct I's -The light bleach. 'is fell at the ball park to-dat ju before the game lietween the (Jiaiits and . tne White So line petsoti was kilbd and forty wete Injured I'livate Chester Taylor of Compati) I.. Ninth Infantty. I' S. A, was hit m the head with a heavy timber lis soblles wen- mari'hlug b) the stand and dbd soon afterward The c.i.i". In the park temalii'd after the wounded had been taken away and saw iiie -son. wiiu vt.iuei .lonusiiu OI Washington In the defpat thp Clams. with Christy .Mathpwson pitching font Innings, by a scon- of " to (.. That further lujutlis did not result fimn a panic In the grand stand was due to the soldiers, menibeis of the I'giiui'Ut baud and to the plnyi-is I'm pile Klem ran to the front of the stand -hunting that few had bu ll Injur, d. none seriously, and that the game would he played. fine' of the providential escapes .'nn ii'ineil the (Hants' palt.v "Illy a couple of minutes befote the hlcachcis fell Mis Meyers, .Mrs io)le and .Mrs, l.obeit hid walked illicitly under the stand tiylnu to g.'t Into the gn.iinds, The Crash I'ume' while the lilants weie practising. Theie were probabl) ."on. pet sniis In the bh'achers at the time and not a creaking of Umber was heard lefoie tin flail and ancient structure collapsed HEADS JOURNALISM BOARD. SI. Clair th-Kelnn) I'llls bllelntv Itelel's I'luce In Piilllrer Scliueil. St Clair McKidway of the Itrooklyn f.'iijrfc was dieted chaliman of the ad vlsoiy boanl of the Pulitzer .school of Journalism at Columbia I'nlverslty yes lerd.'i) aflernooii. It was the Hist meet lug the board has ndd since the opening of the new Journalism building and the menibeis of the- body made ll the occasion of a visit of liispiH'tlou, I .Mr. .MeKelvva.v's election tills the phu c . made vacant last winter by the death of' Whltdaw Itdd The board had not held a meeting since' Mr lleid's death, , Those who attended the meeting weti- Mr .Mclvdttay, John 1,. Ilalph PullOier of the New Ileaton and Voik ll'iii'W, ! C It, .Miller of the New Vork nmo, II. P. .Mitchell of TlIK Spn, Melville II, Stone of the Associated Press, Samuel Howies of the Sprlnglleld feiiiilieiii, i and Angus Hhaw of the Pulitzer estate ART TREASURES IN SEA FIRE. Ilelleveel In Have lleen lle'slroeil xl.oiiril I'relKlller Hue Here. ItosroN, .Mass., Oct. iS. The- ilepai't inent of archieoliigy at llaitaril has lecclvi'd wind fiom lieimauy that a col , lection of l.g)'pllnh works uf ail con- signed to the uiilvcislly probably was ili'Stlo)ed by a tire at sea last week, The collection was one made by Prof i; , I llelsner. A dupatcli stale s thai the cm Ins wiie shipped by a iciman frelghl l.oal whh h ' id 'caught the e-ti Millie In New Vol I, and tt as fun cil o III. ii I mi k I The cullci Dun Included s.Ve.ial in. nisi... I. skeletons Hints and u number uf l.g.vpiam aiiatumlcal leiiialus I'uil Itdsnci has beeil dlieclliig excavutlons on the lite ol rulavd cities for yeare. j WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 191. REACHES 100; IS READY TO DIE. .loaeph lie l.uiiK'a Wllllamshnru elRhhnr Help Mini to t'elrl.rate. Joseph tic l.ntiK of di Devoy street, Wllllamshurg, was I no yeara old yester day. He was happy as a youngster of to over the celebration which his neigh bors held In his honor, ami without trace of fear or sadnesH said he was ready to dlo any tlino now that he had become a cenlenarliiii, When the aged man nnokc yeatciduy lie was greeted by n group of neighbors who presented to him a cake with 100 small candle on It ami one Urge one In the centre. The large candle, they salel, rep lesented the 1 01 nt year, which they ex pect he will live to celebrate. All the houses (ilong Devoy street be tween L'nlon avenue and l.eonatd street were decorated with flags, and last night there were lanterns utrung along the street. Hundreds. If not thousands, of persons gathered In the neighborhood 1 last night for the procession. The aged I man was drawn through the streets In a barouche. There were several bands In the parade. Mi. lie Ixmg lias six chlldien, twenty seven grandchildren, twenty. six great grandchildren and two great-great grand children, lie was born In ppnns) Ivanla, near Allentown. Ills wife died at the age of .seven years ago Hlnte then he has been living with his granildangh ter. Mrs. .Ie?p Staffed d. CLARK'S TALK SUGGESTS HIGHER FREIGHT RATES Commerce Commission clinic man Makes a siyjiifi canl Speech. W CSlllSi.Tos. (l(t sppei ll di lite ted tii-d.l) befote the National Avso- 'alb f Itallwa) Commissioners by K. P Cl.uk. ijlialimin of the Inte-rstntP ' ollllllPIPe Coilllnlssloll. Was IC'lllllcll ,s s -mllleant to the r.illr i.nls ( t. comili) ' hair man Clark said tint Ideal trans- I ' t.itioti conditions could not I btamed without an increase of cost in "pipvhas s nf ti aiispoi tatlon In th.s i,.iuih P. semi, this was liitelpicted as a i.i 1 1. ir, ill, hi in favor of an increase- in r.illto.id rates. Inn Chairman Clark when luii'stloiiiil to-nl2ht dlsi-lalnied any Inti-n-turn of having ommlttpit hltnsilf on the qlleHon Tile railroads now h.ne a leuiiest fm a per Peril liicie-,ise .ndlm: before the niuilxsli.il Chairman Clail: said in pat t . n ideal tralisimrl.ition svstem au be attalmsl only by I nice additions to the i.i- ilitipsaiid great Irnprovenient In iuetboi Tin1 sdrlesl fn IlltiPs nm be secured only through eendlluie. from surplus parrilng or from PMi.msinn of i resllt In either way the total post to purchasers of transporta tion would be Iticreaseei If it bp true thai I lie present financial condition o transportation agencies is due to reckless, improvident or even dis honest financing in the past, it would lie a mistake to undertake to enrns t it b a polic) of reprisal wheti would inpair the uetutness or eftlciericy of thei carriers on Mhlih the welfare the nr) life of the otniner if the nuhtry elepeuds ' It -eequs to me that the travelling puhll I oisll.t entitled lo a grealPi degree of ii- . s.ueiv w line piiiroumiig our railroads llie liuportalice of Hits slmiild bo brought lorce lullv to tin- mind of etert railroad oftleial and e'very railroHii piui.lotPH I he) should be held to strict aecouutahilit.t for UPgleel It would bo well to revive and i-nfiine (ho old tundaiiieni.il rule for train operation. In i asp of donht. lake the sale side " During the session It was announced that the Cnmmeree Commission has advisee! the exes utlte committee of the association thai it would welcome anv assistance Irorn the association wrh regard In the physical valuation ol railroads, em which work the c otnmissloii is.' now pugagesl CABLE'S COIL KILLS CORPORAL. ( ferried In llotloui In I'mclle-e nl Mine- I'lnnlliiK. New' Uonisis-. Cimi , Oct I's Willi, atlempting to disentangle a wire cable eliding tnlnei planting mameuvrcs tills moinlng Corporal John Hicks Meppesl into the cnil, which was being paid out 'over the steamer lieneral Ayns's stern and was carried to the bottom of ' liarillnei s Ha) in nine fathoms of water ll is believed lllcks's body was almost cut In two by the cubic before lie was pulb-il overboard. The accident i lined Just southeast of I'lllm Island. Corporal llliks, who was a member of the ltnitli Compari), Coast Artillery. C S. A., wax one of Hie detail sent from Fort Terr). Plum Island, early this I innriilng for I .... lay's piiictlce In planting three' mines. He was stationed on the I stern of the Ayres to vvatih the wire cable, which was colb'd In the shape of a ngure M. He- was .'! )pars old ami his former home was In Tivenl.v-fouith stmt. i'' Vork. RAILROADERS TO ASK RAISES. Rul There Will He n MrlLc Aniiiuu the I.-..OIIII Xlen In the Went. Chuvaisii, Oct, 2 I .( legates represent- lng over la. inn. iailro.nl emplo.ties fm- mulated plans for a demand for Incn ased wage's and better working conditions at a meeting Inie to-dav It was tepotted tint the lallroad employees would demand an Increase of about In per cent In wages, with tlm.. and a half for Sunday and oveitltue wotk and change's In rules gov. c ruing seniority, The demand will anct lift) -six rail loads operating from Chicago westwatd and all other rallioads west of the Mississippi Itlver. Increases in wages will bp asked for all engineers, tit emeu, switchmen, conductors and hrakeiniii. Theie will ! no strike the men sat KIMBAL PRINTS SOLD. Total nr KS'JI llealWeil nl tnder- imi'iei lliinms. The engravings collected In Walter Klmbal of Hood Itlver, (lie., weie -,,1,1 last night at the' Anuerson auction loom. A total of tS'.'I was realized. Among the sales were- "lltchlng of Sheep." by A (illhert aftei .lacipics's painting, to S .Maeder for ;1 , "The ' luoiu. ' eicneii hv Cliarb t aller tetucharbt; llraun ilio- niKiapii oi ,sii iieury liiiciiurn s Alexan del' A.l'iit' to .Mi- Huttman for t:t,".. and the "Widow at Homo,' a Sadlei mint, to .Mr lioldsleln for V.Ni, DIVORCED FROM SALVATIONIST. Locke- liela Decree fler I'lulil KHlnt New Ynrli Arm's I'linil, ll.sinToltii, Conn., Oct 2x Judge Will lam S. Case of Hie Superior Court tendered a decision to-day In favor of Sccictary Sidney I.ockc of Hie Hail ford Flic lustiranie Company In his di Kirce suit. The case was contested with iitniiH supplied by tile Kiilviil r.n Ae,,,i ,.r New Vork city, of which the defenil.ini. Clam H. I.ockc, has.been u member since I she separated from her husband fourli I teal a ago. ! Two members of the army brought her from New Vork to-day to testify In her ' defence and III lircsr a seimriif,, u,.l. ! against. Ml- Lncke . veblel. I. I ...... ' .leclslou Air Locke's n.legaHons' 'were ilcscrllou, Int. mperaiicc ami Inlldellt) and Hie absolute decree was grunted on tin lst named grounU. "JOHN THE BARBER" PLAYS SPIDER ROLE I ) Ice lives, Dietiiffcapli, .Miirked Hills. Wife's .Jewels and Closets (he Well. RR1IIK SKEKHR TlIK FI.V I've Heeii Friiiued!" Cries Vic tim When lie Lands in the Meshes. The nnvarnlshisl news of this stnr.i l Ihat they anesli'd I'M ward I'Vlncr, d!a moinl broker, of 3: 11 f til aventip. late jpslPrdiiy aflpriioi.il and locked him up chiiKcd with sollcltins and receiving a brllee from John the Mather, w hni . -lest on a gambling chatge lie eatlsid hi t Prldai ThPIp will he told here the ston of a dictagraph that waited In vain for a lie- tlm, of a "wild elash" b) automobile in head off the villain, of a blond hilred woman who offered her Jewels as part of "the price of silence"; if "Inarkid money, and an Assistant District Attorney who listened with "bated breath" In a closet. and at last of the tejvense of John lm I Ha. bet. Can the mn Irs nff i mote? Ulir stor) begins last S.llUI'da) . w hi n lolm the Itarhot, known in Hie ii'inu- tallcl' as .lollll .1. Itcisli". tolisolMl ,nti-l at ISn West Polt.l-M'M'lllll .sK't. t'ld Hlsti'ct Attoitie) Whitman that Pi in had nine to him with an ofTci to " 'II nlf the gambling charge for jr.mi John i, Itailipc had assertnl londlv that lie bad, l.e n "framed" when I i.-l toi I 'wye. a id' a detective dtnpped In at the baibei - ti. and aemisid John of running a gaeublo -game in the Mar III which I'ellii't bad lot Ji.tini. at pinochle .lolm In si,,u how he fell about It, bit Hip di'teptlves llngi r. and he wa- tilled with a dcshi for -qli ii lug accounts. IllelllUtlipIl Walls III Villi), ..tiit Attonn) Whitman detiilnl As-! sist.mt I'lstrit Attorney r. .1. c.roihl to assist Jnlin the Marhei m trapping tin illaumnil liiokei. Mi. C.ioelil told Jnlin , Hie llalbel In en on dickering with l elrier , and teste rda) et rv tiling was lead) fori proposed Interview between John and the i.luochli lost i in tin' Hti i.ild ll-rM- lug, Itrnadway and liit-thllil street, w hi, Ii alo hull .Mi Cohan's tii.al.e Tlnii' was . tagraph with stenogiaphei s ciiuniiigl) arranged die one end .n a public olllce and the libtelllllg i lid on the disk of a well known the atrical proiliiiir. In this latter olllce Mi (!ro"hl. I .elective Al Thomas and I. I. l.i'VeKood, a stenographer from Hie iMstilct Attorney's olllce, waited for the in tain to go up. Chorus uirls swished up anil down the i oi rldoi' outside. Tw Wo nun chopped dictagraph lav Ii. ;o the loom w lie ri tin- dtctagrat m wait and ilietntcd a I, ttei that paientlv was Ho up, mug plav in a bad ger game Klttallv John the Mai bet's hn.stt-totis volci .nlllil lie heard, but l'i mil el Kin I i nun Then the teb phoi.i' tall rang and Hu man on the dictagraph he-aid John argu- ling will some one whom Ic i.lbd I'elii and prntrstlng against the' tatter's bo k of faith ll appiand that Hie man , with whom John was talking nbjectnl to i hating money passed In am olhce. j 'Hie lust .loh . i lould do was to otTer j to in, i'i Mi. 1',-inei it .lidm's hoin, . ,",ln. Wist I I si Street lie SUlt Ills .Hltomoblle to i.iriy the diamnnd binker to Hie nn ibttoii" and ripoit'd to Mr. leioehl that Hip) must make a dash tn brat I'eilier then. Wllil Hash In lle-ndert mis. Tin illctagi.iph. which had I n Im-d for l.t.".. was I. ltd aside and prisetitlv 1 John the II ii her. tin Assistant .sti ict I Attonn) (nd the deteetiv , s were- linak- I lug sp eel laws in thp northward dash. John the' Haibets holm is a p-.u e ful plae'e. nut at all suggesting plots. Mis John shoo, il seveial of John's sl clillili'i ii out into th tiitvanl of th. j big apartinrnt house and t In it piocis ,. . to listen to th,' j. lotting She was by far the calmest pit son In the pl.nc John usheieil his vlsitms mti, th,. dm-1 in g n.otn risplcinbnt in Its I .I.i , K oak fiirnlshliigs and cut glass and stiggi-stid, lefreshiuents. Then he n uii nib. r-d that the man he was to trap had raised his price fiom iln tn ll.iinii. and having! with him only r.O'i in inaiked lulls John to lend some of her I asked .Mrs Jewell) to make up Hie difference .Mr.. John tvvid. lb .1 the In her beilinnm knob of the little safe' and produced s.veial lings that looked thotmh they might rear nothing i,.n from broker's e)e. diamond Presently th,- approach of l-Vin..r was announced. The Assistant IMstilct At torne), detectives and stenographi r tte tn hiding In two closet.s p .Mrs. John's be d room .Mrs. John was busilv eoinbing her o.ur as a pri'ciiinion against to enter the bedroom any attempt The l') a I lliitlniis. I'elner didn't walk right Into the Hap. He sent nn a chauffeur who explained that Felnei wanted John tn meet him out side John sent a protesting message as- soring i-einer that he hoped to lose all. inrin if h.iiiu came to a ituest beneath his loof Till lleteitltes Cain,; out foi a I 'breathing spell while the ihaiifteur went baik with the message. The messenger ' i nan in mai.e seve ral trips and there j telephone talk befolc Fe-lner Was ally in Hie house was a act ii- Hal tiers ale by nature versatile and no one' was stiipriHed when Jnllll lleclalllleil j , like' a barnstormer as Uekianiled oter the , inone) He prolestcd oteimucli and the ,i.ii mes aim air uroe'tii vtilggleil nil easil) III their closets. lm picsiiitly ! John was heard to ilccluim "Here's the luoney. All I want is yotu word that you'll gvt out of town when th, ganibling charge- comes up I'll pay youi expenses." Then- was imie.li more that a Juiv will, probably hear l-Ylncr hating made a satisfactory reply, which .Mr iltothl's stenographer Jotted down, Johns volie! was to he heard ngnlii as he counted out the mom y 1 I'elner i ef used to touch Alls John's Jewels. John promised to hand otcr the lemaliiing .".nri ni'xt day The sound i.r Hie ibpaitlng guest's Me'p.s in the hall was the signal for the burst imr ooeo .if closet doors ami Assistant lilslriit Attor lie) and detectives poured out Into thai mill Feluer seemed not at all siirnrlseel lie didn't lose his i.ilm even when Heiec , Hte Thomas pulled fiom Ills pocket the I i. Ill mai ked bills "I've- been framed, the) pushed the j mnney In my pocket," lm mm mured as hs . submltti'd to a further searching . Ile leleihuneil his trlends lo meet him at the i:izabelh street police stfitlon and J was leu away, ttlille John the Haiber rubbed his hands and .Mrs. John beamed a placid appioval. BOY DIES OF RABIES. Pasli-iir mill lli'llev I're-n t incuts l ull In Save iilll.usle-r's I, lie-. Aithur AMiilt, .teats old, of 407 Has. Ttteiity.fiiuilh siteel, died at llclleviic Hospital yesterday fiom rabies resulting " di.g bite. '""' '" w"rt taken In the Wlll.ud P.il- lu'r Hospital three weeks ago and lecelted the pastern treatinenl. This s..-,...i ... have heen effective until a fever appealed last SuHnd,-!) night. TI,.,,, M ,....ic ...t i .... ' , . ' """ K '"' i hi ," V,r T,..' The pM shIs g , h.m three InJeeth ns ,..,.i . ,, . . .. . Hnlutl . r .. . 'L ,',.',',,.,f', liworll l",lu,l"n r 'lulnlne uru IiyUn- The Inner Shrine basil KING Author of THE WAY A book for the man or the woman who loves honesty is this new novel by the author of "The Inher Shrine." For that is what the very human hero of this story is - honest in his hatred of pre tence, honest in his wilfulness, honest at last with himself when he finds that he has gone astray. He believed he had "gained the whole world" omy to find that he had "lost his own soul." Then from the depths, like Faust, he was guided and uplifted by a woman's love. $1.35 net. i HARPER & BROTHERS The Street Called Straight GLYNN PICKS HIS MODELS IN OFFICE (iovcriior Tells: (! Kililol's Imitate Van Huron anil Tililcn. He'll in rou.mv WILSON T00( DiM'sti'l 'I'll i n k "Heinocratie lle (he Whole Pnrt.v Not to Hun Aynin. Ai.n.ts t . Oct I' -(inv lilt nn ile. lared to-night that he wantpil to lollow In the footsteps of I'lesident Wnodrnw Wilson, Samuel .1. Tlldeti nrnt Martin Van Huten lie made all address before tvventy-si i up-State Democrat h editors who wen- en i te rtaineil nt dinner tn. night at the Hotel Ten llvck b) the 'lovernor iirul the elee live Stale oflh lals "I am going to tiy to inniibl inv admin Istriitlou upon lines whi.h I think will meet the approval and the appiobatlnn of i Hie great mass of the people iii.ii coin com pose the voting population of the iratic part)," said i Inv 'ilynn the leaders put up to me what I t'eniii Mid It belie ve Is the is lm of the sentiments ot the' ma jority of Hiat voting tiemocrat ic popula tion I will work with Hie leaders It the leaders 1 1 f up to nn what I believe s lint the e'cllo of tin oldmotl of that population ol the IVmiH-rMtto party I will refuse "Hut if t1te nfitsal should hate to ismie j 1 am not going to give- it, pronounce, it, or iiifoiee it III a wav that will dlsiupt( the i, niiuiatic pnrtv and tiv to pill tile on a piiinacli nd diffei ences that I mav have with the lnoleis will be si lib d on the Inside, foi the good of the part), and not on the public streets for the, ilestrin Hon of the' p'ii tv . "I am going to be 'n the next yiar and thris' months the best itnternor that ever) Imp of blood In inv veins or an atom of, bialu in inv load will allow me to be. and to biivie bi'binil nn a d lit resord ni n I aiiillit.lti Knl ii. 'I dnn't believe that Under the ex'st- Ing cliciitiistanccs I ciiiild be n landlilati (., su I'd myself, ami 1 have no Intui tion of Hying to be "While I am ("loteii.oi. 1 warl v.nir lulp. not only as brother edltm". but as brother Pmuocrats. Tin' time mav mine wlnn ,.nie of volt and I cliff- i on some points Hut what I ask t fm thi rule of a I'ptuocraUii pilnclpb that what the majority tin. ks should be Hie rule for us as lvnincrats . that on the -Ix out of ten things we inn ague on we tight should, r p. shoulder a" brothel 1 , m,.crats. "I would like to tight with v.. u and have you tight with me foi the dx things upon which vte cm agrie, and trut to lurk and time to make u ague on the other four. "I was born in old Columbia e'oiintf vvnicn g-ive ll' .-ainiiei a. i nncu aim .Mar- tin Van Hurcn I irnpiise n, iniiiaie' no man, oi'i-inise the great men that have gone In tills olllte ate ion big foi me I am i.'oliig to Irv to be true and In thai attempt to ti) tn before mo to imitate to myself nibble the diplomatic I 'otnoct'uoy of .Martin Van Itur.'ii with the militant l'em,.crac ,,f Samuel J. Tlhlcn "You hatr heard of kitchen calnnet I will tell you tin nun that I want f..r the members ,.f mv kitchen eiiblm t while I am ijiiviiiior are 'he State ill)certc who th tne on lftt election day met tin ap piolmtion of Die majoill) of tin vnteis of Ibis Stati . .unbilled with til.' II. muv. i tatle i dltors i f New Votk Stale. "I want to follow m a way In Hie foot- steps of Uoodiow Wilson If ynti will untie the appointments that President Wilsem is making, arid thi' men that In- s consulting - nine out of ten of them see in lo lie men that have written bonks Now all the men 1 want to consult in Ibis State, all the men that I would want In favor I could not llnd enough who have vtilttui books, so I am going to nil n to tin men who ttnlc daily and wnklv the in tvspapers of this State nn Huron noil Tllilen, I want to c ombine the diplomat ic demo.'i'.ic.v ot Van Itunii with Hie mili tant democracy of Tllilen It Is a mighty hard Job, but I am going tn try it. uinl I am going to try it on these lines. I i don't believe Hint Hie lioveinor of this State Is Hie whole Stale- or Hie whole internment 1 believe that the oihei Slate otllcpis in their cap.ii ily as Just as impoiiaui as i am "1 want the editors, if possible to appiot'e nf pi) pnHilcs I don't be'heve , that any one. man, any two men, ,mv six I men nr any twelve men are the I '. ni i i rntlc pal ty of this State." The editors were InvlliM to Alhaiiv I by liuv. lilvim so he could get their ad vice and the sentiment of thdr Imalllles, 'and the editors attended the weekly 1 Cabinet meeting of the i Invemor and the elective State olliCcl's held III the Nxectl tlve Chambe'f this afleinoou . SULLIVAN WILL PROBATED, HITnrl th.de till lie in I'll. Ill SIV, Testi.ni. The will nl Congress-man Tininihy I) Sullivan, which was lAcctiled In feiiT. and divides Ids prnpeity cnuntly among his twn brothers, his sister, ami the . nidi en ..f a ib ccaed slsp . was ad i i tied pi pinba'i yesleiday by Sui'u..i',alc C dial., i s , , (. wa- in. oh In hate i will pi ''ii. I winch was executed in ISK2 ami made a clilfuicm disposltluii of hli piopejiur. Th Wild Olive HOME The Way Home A small Investment of 5 cents daily Gives you the Most Dependable Business News in the Nick of time. I The Journal of Comnieat All News Stands Or at Your Home - , iikiiks x i nnn t 'FIXED" FARO Iti'llrpil snliiunkeeper I noses rret fler s,,.,.r, dee Him. I'.ill I' I, I. Ill, 'III v a Ii tiled s (. I.I, pel of I We I 'I , III slice t lt.K.,1 who tiled In bnal. ., t ro bel a I 4 , "", I ad Ills albg.'d partner In tin I l.iucsted .vesterdav afternoon nt th. (, j Knb kerboeker. The man said Ills na was Itob.ii w tVoodford. bill Hat snmetlincH used the name of Willi. , Wood, and gate, bis business (nlleitnr tor a theatrical printing I He denied Ilrailt s charges thai i led lnin Intn the flap of swindlers Ai cording to I 'ommlsstnuer lioug ii Woodt'ord Introduced Hrinlv o who. In- said, whs a faro deab r man look Mr.ulv to the "Miban I'luli," in Sevelitv -fourth Slleel n. i I tral Park Wel, where tie . saloon kie.er lost .t,iiun. ,,i . n( all I hud promised to allow Inn The police, say that tin ho lse " t)-foillth Street Is the satin ..ie .' .voting Souih Ainerliiiii luc -thousand doll., Is !. u ilav.s ,,K I WEDDING AND DEATH SAME DAY t 1 einlir stcv en son's (. in nil ii nci Mlirrie-s. mill .Neplietv lib I MlNSl.tf. is. i i, t is . ,t , , Mej.be I snii gial'dnle e ,f -. Me'p.li llsnll of Wlsi'ntisln secrell) ),Sterel,l) tn J.i.-I p . II, :e lint dling man. In ins mil. Vork Lite Huildmg, MIiiih-., couple lelt for Alllweiukec on ma. hi The bride sine e III r dltni. -ii '.Agnoii ot .Mailnetti-. t . y i ars ago h id bv. the ; v ,,,iri01. .,, Alarill, 111 .Mii.wcvmjk t t Js - la , ,.. r . veil's nld tit-i.l .-w ..' sti p!ipiis,,n and son nl !!! was f.muit il. ,nl in Ins I- rtn .Hill Sollth'V 1 Sl.'l II till II I'" day I mm All nomim-i II. supposed In hate bee-n t'n' W, J. CUMMINS CAN'T APPEAL ' Cnnv li'lpil I ilea nl lliinker liepi'i s.i'd sin, i.olim In s 1 William .1 , banker. learip Cmr'iU' I yestenl'i ' "t allotted to :iijie il ! Mates Mipn me Colli t i w ns he had llOJiP.I to settle of whither oi not his r.g conipclb'd io 1 vailed when the I'ltand Jure .mains' 11 v dc. I .Mr. Cipniiims win-:, i, i,, I i I Smyth. Ins counsel. ..f the I became glsatl'. dejil esscd, aj. I luinyed up In the l.eliul thai . be lot. cd to go to mg Sn.g I Itlilctel null lie sea, t, nice, of IKC I eight years and eight iimiii less than loin years and foe I liny I'lepil nf llomlclilc i j William Cow ai. In years . H.ist 1 11t:i stt,., t. who w is c.iilslng H e death of his jilnvie , iluttcimil. to ,Ve..lts nlel, wa- -I iMidav A i 'dinner's Jurt d, i. I" v w as iintgirji) of hu-i. b , lint II tlic Celltteuilall bit Jul) CI The, dead b..y - . lured Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is invaluable fcr the overt delicate and mckly. I' s'm strengthen and sustmns the s it builds nnd bracct bodv ,md r It i invaluable in the family inc. chest". Sold in SEALED BOTTI,! 0 b.v most drugtilsts, rsccrs an . J. SJ.l't)..! Inrtlc bottle Medic.,' atjd doctor's ndyice sent free The O'Jlly Hill Whitkty Co, RocheiKr H '