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THE WEATHER FOEC0. Fair to-day and to-tfiorrow ; moderate winds. Deltiled wcilher rtfiorts mill be found on page 17. tin. i 1 - - 3 ). r, VOL. LXXXI. NO. 62. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913. com. mi, b vnntiua rubn,Mu AoeMion. REBELS INVEST CHIHUAHUA CITY 31 i 1 i 1 a r.v (tovcnioi- Asks II licit a to Permit an Kvacuatioii. PACKS LAIIOKK FOHCK Other Generals Kefuse Leave and AVill Fight Villa's Army. to 3IOKK 1XTKHVKXT10N TALK Washington nnd Foreign Capi tuts Hclicve It Is Coming. Villas rebel nrmy has Invested the city of Chihuahua, whoso military Gov- rrnor has asked President Hucrta to plie him permission to evacuate In tho fare of a superior force. other Federal Generals flatly refuse to evacuate the city and declare' that thev will tight to a finish. Gen. Hlanquet In nil Interview Melco city said last night that would not accept the Presidency .Mexico should Congress confer executive position on him. Intervention Is regarded by well nt he of tin In- firmed observers at Washington as the probable culmination of (ho Admlnlstta t Ion's steps In the Mexican situation un less Huerta voluntarily yields to Amerl i.in pressure. This view Is shared by foreign ob foriors. The. Mexican Government's In abi'.lty to pay Its employees Is pointed Vwut by -the London Vaily -UnII as show f ,ns the need of Intervention. Press opinion In Germany and France also emphasizes the Mexican financial crisis as a strong contributory factor f .r forcible action by the I'nlted States. The German Government believes that further forbearance toward Mexico has ceased to be a virtue, nccordlnR to in formation received from a Government source, by Tutt Si's correspondent In Jiorlln. Mrs. .lohn I.Ind, wife of lTesldent Wll . son's special envoy, returned yesterday in, the Ward liner Morro Castle. Dur the boat's stop at Progreso she .ave protection to two meniDers or me Vet a Crur. Legislature by secretins them In her cabin. They had escaped arrest at Vera Cruz. Mrs. Llnd refused to discuss Mexican affairs. VILLA TAKES THE SUBURBS .ittnek on the City I Kzpreteil Tills .Mornlnir. El Paso. Tex., Oct. 31 Permission to v,ieii,ite the city of Chihuahua In the face "f an attack by Gen. Pancho Villa's rebel ,.rmy was asked to-day by Military Gov-"-or Salvador Mercado In a messape to "risideut Huerta, which was transmitted f r ,ij(;ti ni Paso to Mexico city. Mr n ado Rave as his reason for deslrlnc " eiacuate the town that Villa has l.VlOu r ops In his command and that the C.oOO K'derals In the Chihuahua garrison were t unaM to withstand this superior force. ;en Pranclsco 6astro, one of the I'ed ,K eriil commander, has flatly refused to Tt n . In fliA , nil'n 1 , ml c, r lha MmllHnno .ird In- has declared that he will remain ar ! flcht to tho last. i( lis, Pascual Oroico and Marcelo Cara ieo have also announced their In tuition of remalnliiB to defend the town :ic.ilnt tho rebel attack, and declare that their troops will remain with them. If tho orders come from the President to eiainate the tlty only Mercado and l s command will leave. .Irmlshltis between rebels and Federals ' Ix-R.iti tu-nlKht In the suburbs of Chi liuahua. Tho left flank of Villa's army, under Gen. Manuel Chao, took Fresno, 11 suburb eleven miles from Chihuahua durinic the afternoon, and Villa's main body of troops occupied Santa Kulalln, a t-uburb six miles southeast of the city. Tim battle for the possession of the city. It Is bellnved, will befjln lii earnest to-morrow mornlnu. Dur'ns ostcrday's flshtlnK neither the Keilrrals nor rebels hrousht their ean iinn Into play. Although having four 1 teen trains under steam ready to take the Federal forces from Chihuahua to Juarez n the evacuation plans, the Federals are eiiKiiced In throwing up Intreuehments at advantageous points In the city and MrlriKlng barbed wire trochas In the outskirts of the town Martial law has been declared In the i it y by (Sen, Mercado and mounted men ate patrolling the Htreets. All pedestrians me forbidden to be on the streets after ' llllrl message tecelied to-day by the In- t ineelrii- tit llin Mnslenn I t inslllll I rt liere. Mlgiul II, iidioId, from Gen, .loaquln Mans at Montetey ,shi that the Federals j were Mill In rontinl of tho city and that there was no lighting going on. BLANQUET WON'T SERVE. i.enersl n) He Will .Not Accept the l,reldrne , Sprrml 1'iihte litV'ttrh to Tiik Sr Mikii-'i r'lrr, Oct. 31. Gen, lllaii(Uet, Minister of War, whose eleetloii us Vlre I I n ml, nt on the lliierta-ltlampiet tli Kit s hi In i d tn i,e rertaln now, said to. night ( that be will not accept the Presidency, .ii oiii tig tn tin, plan of Coiigiess to onfer the I'.ieciitiio position on him, Gen, IllHlta being Ineligible, nil ll!.iiiiiii I decliiKd to give bis tea- sf'iis for this decision. I'oielgii M nlHter Miiheiia said Gen. I'h WW t will have to accept the Piesl d 'icy If Gen, 1 1 lift t,t icfiiHCH to lake It ease Ills ticket Is (Iceland ilctorloua, ' KoielKii .Mlnlsbr Is of tho opinion ''at Q n lll.inpiet must set as President FREIGHT RATE ADVANCE IS OFF. Interstate t'nniuirrct llnnrd In Mu i r nil chrdiilr In Most. WasIIINiito.V, Oct. 31. Theie Mill bo no lltltnediate tcllef from the Interstate Commerce Commission for the F.aslern railroads III the matte! of Increased ftclghf rates. It liec.une known to-day th.it the com- tnisslnn has ilecldeil t.i suspend .ill of the ptoposcd Itierenses In riclght l.ites le-l cently tiled by tin- tallrimds hi Hi,. t rrl- tory east of the Mississippi mid lint til of the Potomac find Ohio rlei.. The eitdet of suspension Is now belliR prepared and will he promulgated next week. The so-called per rent, horizontal In crease In freight lutes ere to hale be- lome rff relive Nolemher L", but the de cision of the commission means that all of these schedules will he held in liboy- a nee until th" commission can take testi mony mid hold hearings. This decision foreshadows one of the most coniprchen slie Investigations ever undertaken by the commission In connection with freight rates. While the rnllio.id. did not expect the commission to accept all of their sched tiles without a thorough Imiulry they did hope that the need for increased rcicntles Mould be o aiiaient t lint certain of the advances would be allotted without sus pension .mil the necessity of prolutised hearings, which may drag on till spring. The commission's experts who have heen comparing the proposed advances with the old rates re said to hale discovered that while the plan of the railroads was for a per cent advance maii.i of the In creases amount to as much as lt" per cent., while some are a. high as 4' per rent. It Is understood that It Is thl comp.it I son which has led to the suspension. N. Y. WOMAN TO FIGHT FOR $300,000 ESTATE Siivs Sti'iinntMs in Mobile Influ enced Her A mil When She Made Will. MOHU.K, Ala . Oct. SI - Mis. Margaret A. Hopkins of New Yuri, clti, who as he Ik a nlice and the onlv smi.ilng h Ir of Mrs. Catherine M. Autbues. 7v ears old. a wealthy woman of this city, and who was disinherited by what she assirt Is fraud, tiled a contest of the will ben to-day. The hearing Is set down for N'o i ember It. Mrs. Auileres's estate is wotth i-boul SoOn.iiOO. consisting of downtown real is tate, stocks and bonds. Mrs Hopkins contends that the will Hied by .Michael A. MelVrmott. who was named as eeeutoi. Is not lalld, as the deceased was not of J sound mind . that undue iiitlueiir- was used, that her aunt was f.ilselv it ml fraudulently made to believe Mrs. Hop kins was dead and that if she had not entertained such belief she would have provided for her. The iv. II provhbs gifts i.uiKing from tliio to Ji.iioo for persons in no way r lated to the ileeeased, and the residue of the ei-tale goes to I'larc and Annie Mc Ocniiott, sistets of the cxteutot. who Is well known in theatrical i.rcbs through- I out the South. One piovlslon of the will Is for an altar of Italian marble for St. Joseph's Catho lic Church to cost JS.nnn. S ier.il chari table Institutions are also well remem bered. Mrs. Hopkins says that she was led to belleie her nunt was In humblo circum stances. Mrs. Aurler.s died here Octo ber 1 last. Mrs. Margaret A. Hopkins. ,M years old, of .T2 Spring street has lived In the same section of (Ineiiwlcli Village for twenty-six years. She has scarcely enough money to take her to Mobile to prove her claims. "Mrs. Aurleres was my mother's sister.'' said Mrs. Hopkins last night. "M mother's name was Hrldget Fitrpatrick and her sister's was Catherine Fltz patrlck. Catherine married a Frenchman named Aurleres in New Yoil: and went to Mobile to live. .My aunt owned a cotton plantation before the war, but her estate was destroyed by soldiers." WALDO PITIES SHIVERING COPS. Orders Out the Winter Overcoats on Mghl Mhlfla. Commissioner Waldo tool; official cog. nlzanco of the cold weather yesterday by sending out an order to all precincts that men on the late tours from I o'clock in the afternoon to s o'clock In tho morn ing shall wear their winter overcoats The official temperature on the White hall llulldlng was at H,', at 11 o'clock last night and the prediction of the local prophets was that It might go a few de grees lower, or pretty close to the freez ing point, which Is somewhat unseason able for the last day of October. The national nnd local forecasters say that It will he fair to-day. DIVORCE FOR MRS. SEW ALL. Admiral Kiann'i DaaKhtrr nets a Decree In .Mnlur. Km.rwortii. Me., Oct. "1 Justice King of the. Supremo Court granted 11 decree of divorce, to Virginia Klmins Hvuns Sewall of Washington and Har Harbor from Harold I. Sewall of lloston to-day. rho Is the daughter of the late Admiral Itobley livans. Custody of un eight-year-old child Is to be shared, the husband to pay $ 1 00 11 month for its maintenance. Cruel and abusive treatment was alleged. Mr, Sewall Is a lloston business man and at present Is In Potto Itlco, where he has large sugar Interests. They were married In Toklo on April :!, 1'iOL'. AUTO KILLS 2 MOTORCYCLISTS. Womau Driver Saa Victims Wrrr nn Wron Mile of lload. Pot'illlKKKl'SlE, Oct, III, Drlos Paliiia tier, aged 31, and Archie Uathrlck, aged IS, of Livingston wete killed last night In the collision of an automobile and motor eyrie on the Stute road about half way between Ulun Htoro and Cletmotit. Helen Pine, a stcnogtapher In the Hud sou olllce of the Hudson Trucking Com pany, as at the wheel of the car when It struck the motorcyclists. An Iniesllgii tiou l being conducted by Coroner llatoti of Hudson. Miss line says that the inn- lorcvele was on the wrong side of the roftd. INCOME TAX CHANGE HOLDS UP MILLIONS I'liyinciil of Interest mill Divi dends, Due 'l'o-ilii v. .Must Wiiit. IIAXKKItS IX A TAXUI.K Tons tif (Yftifimtcs ami Other IMalik Fornix' Are Mmle Valueless. Theie was nnger III the annoyance hnrdeiliis on financial district yesl.id'i! afternoon when Washington that It was learned fionil ii new rKtilntlnn eon- rernlng the colli ctltm of th Inrotne tax at Him source had been made. The new tegulntiou makes it tieeissarv to use a form of blank difTuent from that ivhli h bail been pn paled for use In to-day's p.ivmctits of Interest and divi dends. U seemed last night that pay ments due lo-dav shall bale to wait until new blanks an- printed and pet sons to whom payments are due shall bale up. piled to tlnlr bankers again and Hlbd out supplemental y decl.u atloiis. The chief change Is the addition of a sentence to the personal ownership eet tltlcate, sheening the total exemption .l.ilm.il, whether J.t.nno nt Jt'"n It seiins iihlmpottant. Hut an at'ornei for one of the gieat banks pointed out estt ril.n that banks, trust cotiii.mles and corporations will bale a legal light to-day to refuse the certlllcates alre.nli pi luted because th do not lontaln the new pro lislon. In this way the complicated ma chine! v providid by the previous legula- tton of the Tnasiuy Mnillte the payment of Department to lids N'oi i inber Int. i-st iii.i.i be us.bss. Ill u l.ulior I'ndonr. A meat loom III one of the biggest banking hous-s piled high with printed j eettllieates a- i.iUlted bv the Treasuiyl lii pattiin nt. with copies of the Treasury I r. gul.itlons nnd other literature required, i was pointed out hi tills attornei . nim-.-! had woik.il niertime to get out lb- otlgtu.il legulations aiinoun i .i"iiu.i. The' w oik bad b-. n mote or les midoiie t hi th- ii-w i.gulatloiis put out on Tues day. The thud change law Lnoke the (amel s back. i-u.. i..t.. strained eierv resource to lomply nub the tegulatioiis f the lioi ermiieiit and to meet the demands in a fpirit of helpfulti.ss. said this lawi.r. "Mu. h of this work seems now undone. It Is Impossible to g. t out new certificates in time and the iloierniiieiit should have .... .ii7ed this and lefralned from getting out new n gulations at th l.i t minute "Stiutl.i mtei pretmt the law and the regulations any one ulio uses the renin I without the ihaiige Is cates as print liable to be nt to J.ul and lined by the Coiernmcnt as punishment for ilolatlon It is not conceliable that the (toiernmetii would resort to such length on a iliange of this .li.iractei. but there will be many who jnstlv will not run the risk and who will accordingly refuse to ih know ledge the priseiit certificates" I The otllcers of a leaning irusi imiulio. felt that because of the lateness of the ! new order it could be largely disregarded They said they would ! on no- .vi .lo cates as printed. The big financial institutions weie send- lug im ssetigers out into the mgnwa.is aim byways stetday, as well as issuing bushels of letters. beseeilUUC Homers oi j bonds with Intel est duo to-uay io man- out the proper certlllcates so that the Interest rould paiu. Mnrry, llurrj, llorry. They would bale a public pro, Lunation sent out to the rountry something as fol lows .r,', nil Holders of P.ouds With Interest Due To-day, ilre.tings Hurry, hurry, .......... ... ...oil In lo 11a th" certificates the (ioi.rnnielit rciulres, You can t get your I money until ou do nnd them And 1 when vou till out the last printed sememe of the pcisnnal ownership certificate do not mite "I the "Ian sua..- exemption from the Income tax. but only the amount of this payment of coupons that is exempt " III sorts of tangles wete got into mei Hps lust sentence III the lndludil.il ownership certificate. Mot 001 n holders yest. rdav wanted to put the whole amount 'of tluir exemption. If they had one, namely. JP.,aou or H.MiO. One man came Into our office." s,(d a corporation man, "and Insisted on wilt ing $1.eUt) hi this place. We explained that was wrong, that the C.oi eminent pieced together at the end of the year all such certlllcates and added together these Items to get the total exemption. If he had Hie sets of coupons and live certlll cates, cadi claiming exemption of Ja.niii), the C.oviinmeiit would llnd him claiming $ir,,onii exemption and thus making a false statement, for which he Is liable to Imprisonment. In this case, his rnupoii amounted 10 Te. So he next wanted to write hi as exemption 1 per cent, of this, or "fi cents. "That was a new pioposilloti to us, so we went into consultation, as we hale hi en doing all day as each new ease came up and decided that $f was the amount lo be written In, This was right, but ne had a haul time shotting him," IIIk Itnsh On To-dny. The extlellle difficulties of making pen. pie understand weie only foi .'shadowed faintly yesterday. To-day the big nish Is due. Lines will gather at the HlndowN of Hie trust companies and banks and the cieiks will have to spend time In long arguments w 1 1 11 each person, holding up the llnis. Some of the tiust companies have establish! d lufoi matloii bureaux. Women wept ) esterilay In their vexa tion over the thing ns they tried lo under stand the explanations of (rust company officials. They knew nothing about In conio taxes, and many of them were un able to calculate certainly whether they were exempt or not under the f3,liw rule. Contradictions run all through the In loiprctntlnnH of tho law. The Steel Cor. poratlou, for Instance, is not going to 11.1v any of Its tnx, exempt bonds unless Cotlud on Fourth Page. ! FRENCHMAN GETS NOBEL PRIZE. lie. liinrl.-a lllcliel'a Work In Anaphylaxis Wlim Him Urwnril. Siimnl r,Mf tiffpalrh In Tur. Si x STOCKHOLM. Oct. 31 The Nobel pit. foi ineillcliie has been eiinfcricil nit Dt Clmrle.s Itlchet of the Ft emit AoadenV of Medleino fin- Ii4 woik III anaphylaxis. Dr. Itlchet has done much ieearch wotk In physlologv. Thiee years aijo lie tohl of an air litter whleli he llililited to purify tho air In looms and act as a ptevctltlve of the spu.ul of scarlet f ver, tuberculosis and otliei diseases. It roiisi.stH of a lentllutor workfd bv electricity, which displaces HOo cubic meters of nlr an hour. The apparatus III which the fans leiolic is iniered oil the inside with )-l ferine, ml which ill the Ki t Ills, .spores iilnl vnrll matter lo the air ate deposited and eliminated fioiu the air of the iiiimi MAROONEDo ISLAND 10 YEARS. Ten llsklmok lleserleil After 1,11 nu llnrriahlps In llndaon lln. WiSNiri;.i, Man, Oct. 31 llllilsoil 1! Olllelals lute to-dal teceiveil llleagle re tiorlH from On, tioith tlinl leti lskillios haie I n rescued from an Island In tliej The budget Is SHi: r'.:..r.3l Tills i an mouth of Hudson Hay. upon which they ! Im r.ae of ut un ovi r the budget fm had been niaiootied for leu years. 1 1!13, altlioiigli theie is an pictoase uf The IMiimos wete i auglit off shore "ii ( j. nfK, )n thl, n,,waiiee for the mum drift he ...l carried after w. . ks of li.ir.l-, ., )f ,,,,,. ,,,,,. ships ,o the Wand upon which they w.ie ( ,....,, , s of ,. gee,al fouiHl. Tills island has been avoided b , passing irssets becau-e of reefs and mag-, fund, iihl.h It is thought will b ? netie dlstiirliances which affei ted ships' . Omi for I'Hi, and the . stlmateil a.sses.s,.,i iomiass,.s i is 1 no nubs oil the main-, , ,,!, f,,, ir,, th,. t,t rate. Indicated '"'"b ""' bllilget, I 'olllpt roller PlelldetUllst WORMSER'S FORTUNE LOST IN SPECULATION! Son of Hanker Left Dchts More Than sr.O.tmo.' A irnisiil Shows. Ill' Maui Ice S. Wortuser. who wa- a son of the I. lie Isidore Wortnsel. li.lllKer. and who made and lost seirtal fortunes speculating In stinks, was raught short in the inarkit a f. w dais befoie his death on Siptember 3i', l'.'O'.'. with the i stilt that he b'ft debts of mole than f Mi.miii and assits of only 53.2IT. The ti.iusf.-r ta appraisal of Mr. j WorillselS .'State, lllliill W.IS filed les.) teida, also shows ib.it Mr. Woiniser lid his sienilatiiig tlirotigh Frederick A j Itussill. a broker, of v. Ka-t l'ifty-slth street, who hail his oillee In Ids residence,. and that when an minting was made between them two d.ivs before Mr Wotin - si 1 d..d he owi.l Itus-ell 41.0e3.t'i(".l, '! the stoiks which Kusll h'l'i as securu.i for th" indebtedness were insunnieiu 10 balance th" account by mure than JlOM'iu. This testimony came out thtough the .xamination "f -Mr. llussell before the transfer tax nppiaiser In an effort hi the attornev for th" Woruiset estate to show that ltuss.-ll held a larg. amount of si -curitl. s bi longing to the . stat". 1tus"ll insisted that the .state owed him. but he f fused to tell tic names of the brokers tluough whom he sold securities bought for Mr. Wormi.ii a ' days b. fore lit .lerilh i-VriLii.nid It Miiir.uh. r.'presetitln (,,,. Wnrmser estate finally abandoned his eifori to find anv property In the posse-- slun of Unseen, and In explanation he told , ' the appraiser' 1 couldn't get anv evidence of assets j i to., ,w.uMuui,.i, :,,nl lie abandoned his I III III- .. .-r.w - ! i bum against the estate. The decedent's ( check book shott that Uusoell got large; sums from him and 1 know It of my j personal knonlejge We received In-' formation that both the purchases audi j sales of the stocks at lea-t in pirt were, i fraudulent. We also got satisfactory evi-1 deuce that if the estate did establish a claim against Itiiss.ll we couldn't collect.". The appraisal list among the assets, tl.l'.i'J In cash, a ICa'a automobile and Jew ell y worth 1.4."i". Among the cred itors wete Miss Matgaret Aiiglln. the I actieys, Jo.C'.Ji Is.i.u it. nurktiiii, Jto. Mil; James W. ltussell, J5,x:."., and 11. F Hutton - Co.. $1.s?T. Fniler his will Mr. Wormser's estate was (o go to his wife. liorlne It. Wormser, of 11 Kast Sixty-second street, and two chil dren. Mts. Wormser put 111 a la nil for more than $o,noo as sums ailvaiii ed to pay her husband'" debts WANT POLICE TO STOP WEDDING. lilldrrn of 7..-Venr-Old Smilii I- o Appeal tn llonrtl uf llenllh. Wkst Oii.i.s'm:, N .l.oit, 31 -The local police and the Hoard of Health have been called upon by the children of John Hansen, sei itity-lli e ycais old, of 10 loytu stieet, this town, to pteient his marriage to his seventy-sei iii-yiMr-old housi keeper, Mrs. Annie C. Slierinan. The agtil couple got a mattiage license on Tuesday. The two married sous of Han sen, wlio Is a piospeious bulldir, knew nothing of tin' lontemidated marrLige until they lead of It in the newspapeis. Chief of Police William II llamfonl told Mis, Max Hansen a daughter-in-law in. knew of no law which could preum tire iiiaii'iage of Mr. Hansen as long as hi- was of sound mind. A number of clergymen hale been nnucstrd not to per form the c'tiiiion.i . MRS. WENMAN SEEKS DIVORCE. I'linmes Criiell j Her lliihlinnil Will (onlesl tin- Suit, Stamioiiii, Conn, Oct. Ill - A duoico action has been brought by .Mrs. Ilynl W. Wenm.in against her husband. Hytil W. Wenni.iti of Slilppan Point, It was le.irneir to-day. It Is slated also that .Mr Wen man will contest the dilutee and will name a New Yorker In his nnsiver. Mts, Wontii.in chatges her husband with In tolerable ctuiity. Mis. Weumati and her husband h.ue been Ih Ins apart since last Muy. Their llve-yiar-old sou lias been dividing his lime between the father and mother. .Mrs. Weninaii L. with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. .lohn T, Williams, sir, Madison avenue, New Yolk, In her dlvoice bill she asks for alimony, custody of the son and permission to resume her maiden name Mr, Weunian Is a cotton luoker, He was for a number of years adjutant of the Seventh Iteglment In New York and made a good record. Mrs. Wiiitnan Is related to the l.adew family through het mother, lhe Itriiutstliin of lleerfoel Farm Suge hftsriusrtl lllAliy llilliaiioiis r.xsiiiine me winp. tier tnil be sure ion iir I the lir.NiMM' the finest tstrk s,iiisaire umde They eontAin nil lhe best A Ms 01 inc pis, uatuusi h 1111 inr i-uuii'ci sfiii-rs. flTTV'Q hK MlMtiT I PASSED AT MIDNIGHT ( -nil for 8 1 !):!.!H.. -V) I : Snnill ct lnereiie Since l'(iiis(ili(iilioii. TO (TT TAX HAT F. TO 1.77 I'reinlei'onsl A I tributes Snviiiti' l( l!llilie.ss Wciiillie: Schools (iet .:.IIIIO.II(IO More. ' I The bu.ket for IMt. otiptoved nt ninl I night last night b the llo.inl of estimate, shows the smallest Incrnise of anv unr J since r otisol Idat ion and pinvldes for a ie i ilneed lav rate aid. will b- I TT. ns computed with the i ate of 1 M for 11-13. r'.onptroll, r Preiideigs -t in a t.it. lllelit u a out .lust aftei the btidg. t I said. Although In pteilu.is n-srs theie hai. I ...ie Iron,, t,.cr...i...s in the lilldueK .' .. ...... I....... ..u ft. tin. IHI.ll.ni4 I the .Atteiu'li enr. ful woik done In , mall r. li'lg d.p.lltlll. tlt.ll eXpellilltUtcS. tile polli bmiigui.Ued by Mayor liayiior Jut b.fote bl death, and teetiforc.il by .Mayor Kline, of insisting upon Ins heads or dep.iittin nt making nil possible reduction" and eoiio. mles hi lioioiigh 1'i.slib nts. accounts fm the tact ih it this budget npt-iotits the smallest picnase of nn budget that bus b, i n ad"it.d sin, ii'iitliLitlnti "Aiiotlnr and iv Import.int factor !! the small in, re.ise is the p. rfs ting "f the tliianci.il sistein of th. citi. will, h has In Iped to large eeonolllies In the Items winch .n lueiioiM icirs h.ue caused large lticre,l-es It Will be io n tll'-refore th It tn- lour w ii' of l.iisiii. ss .ldmlnlstr.itio' .ne pmdu. nig sti'ddtu; i. suits In ,01101111 of golernnietit." T'ie Ito.itd of A'jletmen will hale 1 chain e to rediiie the sUe of the budget fri,er. but their cuts. If thev mike anv J tt p.. ,. 1,, n,,. , IO uf M.ivor Kline, j, 4 n,,t ihuiig'it that the Aldermen cm , ; , h.itige the total .immt, t or the tax ratej . ,., ,,tbj . I Itorough President McAnetiy said that 1 there ate no noUbly latge cuts in tin 1 appt'opi tatlons for the v.uloijs doprnt Intents, but that each department vhldndj 'something Ills otflce nit out Jin;. 000 j from its last 1 ears ilgute. ' ' None of the departmental uts is morn 1 than $31 ." he said. "Th. slight in- ci ease in slut" of tl'i unusually Luge 111- cfase III the allott.iiice for pulj.o schools; I means tliat the work of the la-t tour i.ars in effecting business mliiiinistta- tlons in the drpartmi nts is beginmiig to b, ar fruit 11. are cow on sol.d ground. , ami i.iih il.p irttni nt found it , ii. . a little.' I BISHOPS OPPOSE SUFFRAGE. 11 tail "I li 1111 1 Itlulits" a I'rrM : I liureli I'ollct OiiiHned. Sr La is. . Ill - The ten It. shops' attend. tig til" Isi.l'd Ilieitllg heie to-dll'l of the HIho.s ,,f the Metl,o,s; chun '1 i South, ate uppos, , to g.ilng uoitieii a' lote il th" chunk cm ft ten. lieoige1 S. Sexton, seen tan of the bo., id of! Itlsliops, .1 -r t . . I that the proposit nn f.n j lutes for Women V 111 probably lie defeated at the next collferel.ee by the 1 1 to nt th ltlsllops oil to women the giviind that s tliieatwilng tin civilization I.Ntu iNAi'iu.is, Oct. SI A new declara tion of policy for the Methodist I plscopll Chinch III the I'nltiil States was adopt,,) at to-day's session of the .Methodist mens national coin option. it lommlts th. chinch "10 a programme of - -,,ij,, evangelism at home and abroa ami 1 goal of in pit , . ut iii'iiniiiini an. 111 il c.uu 111 full Illelllbel shin .11 ell, Il ,ss church, and to the iistin, t coopei at . 01 of our church w th ill mhor 't hutches wli.ca exalt out Christ. AN APE FLIES 85 MILES. j Hill slmliiii , lluill Seiirpil He's I'll r 11 1 ed. ii.ii.i r.iir , sirtrcA r,i Tut: si v llitlt is, "it. ill -A Helm. in auator, making .1 tbght fiom Sirasshiug to Mcu, a distance of eiglity-tlie miles, look with him us a passenger an ope, who It lie strapped to a seat. The simian was tcinhly nlghtined and screamed and trembled throughout the Join uey When lie alighted ho ,m par iily.ei by tear FLIES 500 MILES IN 5 HOURS. A l la lor (;oes I'roin llliicoiililay to Stralsund. ltcntl iititr i,'-;ii to 'I'll i. M I'.inis, not. Ill Auator lillhctt, iinii peliug tor tin I'oiiimcry cup, intend to the avlalor niaking the twenty-four bonis, left S .li tills 11101 mug in a monoplane ami aliglib I'oincraii'a, at 1 .la P. 1 outing the distance longest tllgllt III Villa, onbla.i at phi hot so-pow or d al Stralsiiud, M , I'n neb tune, ol Win miles In ." bout s 1 1 minutes. Vi'iSM, I'd lit I '.un mm, the IViich ailntor, who Is trying to make a night from Paris to Calm, aniicd heie lo-day mid stalls for lludaptrd to-moiimv. ARRESTS IN TAPPAN MURDER. Ilnllnu From llrooklyo I liacued Willi Killing liniiie Wind en. Nc.wiu mill . Oct HI Penny Luciuo, whose right lisnie Is bclieicd lo be Joseph Antonio Lochio, and 1 'atlici Inc Am r, a ilcnn.in girl, who seems to be less than x .icars of ago, were arnslcd lute this noon in connection with tho fatal shoot ing of lirorge Ihinhotl, a game waideti, near Tapp.in, on Sunrtay, o.iolier lt. Lueitio Is charged with minder In the second depict. A technical 1 harge ofcai i) . lug concealed weapons lias been lodged against the girl, who is being detained principally as a wllucu. McCALL DENIES HE EVER TALKED IMPEACHMENT Kilwaril K. .AlcCall's roniment on liilin A. llriiiirssyN story that Mr. Mr-Call had participated in a Mnrpli)' criMferencc mi Hit Impearhinenl of Williain Siil.-r: "1 net cr attended any tnnfrreiirp of any Itiml in wliich the word 'im peachment' lias used, or any talk in dulged in from ithlcli such an infer ence could he drawn. I nctcr made the statements he saH I did, nor did any Midi Incident transpire, nor did .Mr. MrCalie say any such llilnc. "I itant to make il absolutely em phatic that 1 nctcr attended a conference of any kind or nature in tiltlch (he impeachment was discussed of .Nnler or aniliody else. "II can't lie possible Dial he made Hie statements under oath. He should lie indicted for perjuri if he did. "I lielieve I can't believe an.i thing eUi dial .Mill ltd had until. Imk to do with il (the llciincssi story) cMcpt to lake the bcuellt of il." i TAMMANY STIRS WHITMAN. S w rong I si llis frills.. s ( lit- Millie of Mel'iill. i :sii.-, th. f..i if " '. hi u s s W.ntm. ' iiig stati in. nt last ing.ii ! ' I am told that T.iiiini.iiii ll.i.l ib- ii, up, riniri,,. iti ,1,' ill llll.l II K' HI, LJ M INK S.lllSI.K I mil I Illlil lliase Use ol till si Itelllei t .t tllgllt Itll ''K'll to the tieisoiial Intigtlty of .M r. ' Mci '.ill Let th-ie I... no nilstal.e about 1 m in. lining i 'What.. 1 'i tn,i In 'n- per-ntii! opinion' reg.ndlng the p. rsiui.il Integrity uf M". .Mil". ill, I would I' gold the suci isi of Tammany Hall a- a 1 al, unity to the city, as I hale lepealedli stated, and I haw sui'p'ited .Mr. Mitch. I from the Ills!. "Too great nlljec! Is' th, That 1 d. f.-.i to be aeeompllshed oierthrow of Tam 'Ult can be reached of the Tumn.iny next Tll.'sdav mini II. ill. ollll lo the tli Let McCALL BACKERS SNAP UP BETS. Wimec S'J.-., 111111 111 I 111 :i 'I'hat lllli llel III lie lleleille.l. M s ill 1 "'ii'i ati'e 11 1 ,1 'i f 1 1 r '. luge .iiiniii.'s ..,-! ,1.1 . in the htuiii, i.il dis ti . !s, .11, d its holdei s stated that tlie were w iling to a 'ept the minted odds of i to 1. About $l'.'..uoii was put up on that basis, si.'i.iiiin ()f tins being wagered on th- .nth and ll.(lilo at Schunim's cafe This is the Hist time for several neks that anv large amount of McCall 11101 ee has been often d 111 the tliiaiKi.il disti ic 1. The odds on Comptroller Prendergast shift.d fiom e.'i to o to s, with some little betting McAti. 111 odds are ipioted it 1 11 to s, with no beti.ng An offer of .",1100 , ve'i was made that Mitchel would get r.ii.ium plurality. A bet of f'.nii to ton was placed that Pounds would lie elected lioioiigh Prcsi- lent Of Iteookll II LEASES 34 ROOM APARTMENT. ' s 11 m 11 .. 1 sHrm ;e l.nritet I'lnl lilcr Itemed S i nu, I S i hs b'ldm in. Sa hs i-dli for the Mi'tv l iicl. 'h' bank'.'ii: til m of 0 -.tin d a lease y . s. -est apa: 'meiit nor t nted .n th s , . It .s .ii the budding undo'- cm-tructloii at t.ie S'Uitle.isi loinet of Patk aictuie iiid Sevnii-se. ii. I strict on the former 1 s.tc of tin- Freundsohaft Club and con I 'a. ns thlrti -four rooms with e.ght hath. The apar'ment occupies the entile sixth I lloor of the budding and colors an area UU.il lights j, if tn. ne tli in lulf an acie bmnfall of! peae ,x Klllm.ui n-o'lated the leisc I for a long til tn of tiars fot the budder. Kdgu A. I.cn LEAVES HER MONEY TO CATS. Mrs. II. ten's Will I lor llie'ry One I I" iplest of 1 mill I'm. Idea I, null In Mndelrii. for the ben. ,lt of jeiu; cat on Ih" Islitid of .Madella is 'piouibd 'ii the will of .Miss Caroline c, lllwii.. peiotding to a statitnetit before ' MM tog, ite I 'dIi.i t.i ii iist.til.iv III In half iof .lolin Kweii. a nephew, who is contesting the will. Miss llwell gale the bulk of llel e-tate of 'ino.oiio to Institutions wh'iii I care for cats and doi;s( and one beiiuest !of J,"iO,noo went to the Animal Itescue ' League of the island of .Madeira Coiilisil for he loutcstatit asked per mission to take testimony In Loudon to show that matt) hi nell iitries named In the will do not exist He commented on tile libir.il Impiest to the Madeira cits. W Illlil he sal's ale S' .11 ce The Suirog.lti I led decision DENIES NEW TRIAL FOR FRANK. Iiitlm Is Not I 0111 liieeil na to I'hiiuini Murder 1'rlmiucr. riisii. li. "it SI -No new tnal will b" gi.inlid to Leo M. Fiank, coii 111 I'd as liio tuuiileier of .Mary I'hagau in the National Pencil I'actoiy 111 Atlanta 011 April Jii. unless the State Siiptctno 1 'out t si s lit to 01 d, - It Judge L. S II0.111, the trial Judge, de iih, I the defence's motion for a new iilnl llliB tll.it 1 1 1 1 1 LT. He said; "I hale In aid all the evidence in (his case, and taking It altogether 1 am not thor oughly colli meed either as to the IntlO u'lice or unlit of the defendant' CONNECTICUT TO HANG WOMAN. Mrs. Wal.ollclit'" ( ntn lellon of Mur der Si- Precede ill There. Ni:w H.ivus, Conn., "d. HI .Mrs. lies sie Wakellcld, agid .'I, of Mristol, Conn., was touiid guilty of imiiilcr In tho Hist ih gri e In the Supetior Couit hein to-nlglit alter the Jut) had hoi 11 out seicu hours. She was iiicuseil of killing Iter husband, whose body was louiid In the woods a lew miles iioiih of Ibis dt). on June William licw, ,1 f, midland ami u fiiend of Mrs. Wakellcld, confissul to liailnj; killed Wal.ullild Accoiillng lo the Connecticut law Mrs, VuiLcU'id will be luiugid for the 11 1 111, . If Hint n nail) Is eiifoicul she will b the lirsl woman in the history of th State lo be banged for murder. Plcw Imb not been Hud )L PRICE TWO CENTS. "OTHERS TOLD !," HENNESSY Admits Cliarrs 31 (('til I 1 1 ail It oa I Jt;isis. Against II K OKFKKS XO 1MI00F Credits llppciils lo Stories ll Politicians anil (.'out factors. I'KIMI in . tirtiiiii .hii'i. I Imlict Te SAVS .Mcl'AI.I lie Thinks. Should lleilliessy for -liliioiii . .1. lui A Ileum i .idmlttcd. when iUisliiiied before lii.if Maglstt.iti Mt A1I011 yesteinay, thai In had b.iseil most of his campaign charm's upon the un supported stories' of ntliers. KlIRone F. Wood, 11 lobbyist, he said, told him Ih j things be said n-.;. 11111 IMwitril K, Mi '"ji'all. I'ollticl.itis and 1 onttactors gav I nun 1110 mini 111.11 ion n - expioiten inn- tnlng 1 buries I". Mnii.y .s "bagmen ..-. in -him hi-- I ,i mi . should liidn t 1 1 - - ti n s.-.i for perjui y. !! denied Ml. Ilennessi's entire story of Mr. Met all's nlli'g.il tuirot mtlotls with .Mm pby. Itlg Tim Siilliiun nnd nthets fui a Judgeship. Senator ii'Cortnan i-.-ued a statement in Washington declailng he would loto for .Mi ",i,l .mil d. r iming icsponslbiliiy for the uttetanees of Ins snn-in-law, Dudley Field Maloii". Ileniiessy, m four fusi,)n meetings, Mild that Tammany leaders uoiild b" indicted for not reporting rattip.ilsn funds II" charged that 9nu.iinu was , ollocti il dining the I)I- i.imp.iign, of which only Jjnn.ooo was reported. Mayor Kline diri cted police Comuils- s.otter Waldo to station one policeman outside and one inside of each polling place. Putting the police Inside leverse.s the late Mayor (i.iynor's poltcj. HENNESSY SAYS WOOD TOLD HIM. 1ln1llK .Mel'nll ( luirues rr Mused on l.nhh) Ist's Mor. Chief .Magistrate MeAnoo lieg. ll vp tenia) an Imiulry to determine whether or not lucre Is an) thing in the recent 11 ' legations of John A llenneisy upon which a luminal pioiiediug ma) be brought b District Attorney Whitman Mr Ileum ssy was the mil) witness called lie testified Mist n to a series of 1 oiiiersatinns nlmh ho had with Ku gen' v. Wood, known 111 All., ny as lebb)st. dm mg u hnii Mr. Wood out lined to lleiitiessv hrs story of the 1 ir I'limstnncis of IMwanl' I M i 'all's 110m Illation for the Mlpieme Com 1 bcini- Accoriling lo the I11lo1111alo.il Mr Wood gale to Mr 1 b tinessy, .Mr M' Call was tioimnati'd in spite of the nl.J. , lions of eii.ules F. Muiph). The lioin.nat oil was uiged partit ill. 11 1) b) th" hit" S"i.ator Timothy D. Sullivan. The late Anthony N. llrady also inhocated the nomination of Mr MiCall Wood assured him, lei,ncss sain, that J .Mci 'all got uione) from William W .Mc Laughlin nnd that tTie two disputed a dual n pa) mint, Mci 'all dr kiting that disputed amount was ,M Latighlii. s cam paign contribution to him Wood said in arbitrator was culled in Wood thought this atblttator was Warden Fallon of the Teuubs, but he 11 .is not sure llcnnessy said Wood came to tell the steity of McC.iU'h nomination us a result of a me'etlng al 1 lelmonn o's at which Hoi Sulcr's impc,n hmetit was ellsctissed Wood got his 1 11 1 eirni.it i 0 1 about this meeting from Patrick I .Mei'ab, of Al b.111). who told I1I111 about It eh spite Mr. Murphy's warning not to do so. Mr He nut csv said Mci'aM was the source) of Wood's information on many matters. Illdn'l See Money I'll Id. Wood was not present when McCall tool; money from McLaughlin and Mr. Ilentiess.i's impicssioii Is that Wood learned what lie knows about It from .McLaughlin. Mr llennessv said tins was the only transaction com ernliig Mi MrCall's nomination lor Supreme Couit Justice of which lie had any Information whatsoever Mr. Iletinrssy said Wood gaie I1I111 the Impression that McLaugh lin tut iilshi d all the mone y for Mi Call's 1 ampalgu. The st 1 nnd part of Mr. llcnnessy s testimony mis 1111 nicouiit of a conver sation he; bad liltll Ciirirge .Motiulre, a politician of Syracuse Tills couiersatiou took place In I'tlca and was for the pur pose of proildlng llenticssy with material to make good his assertion that he would show Norman 11. Mack of lluftalo to be one of the men who cnlleeieel money from contractots on the barge canal and thu State hlghiiass. Mr. McC.tilre, said llcnnrssi, gaio him the names 01 man) contiibutois and tin amounts they weto assessed II" ob tained similar inl'oi matloii, lie said, fiom Stephen Ityatl of Chenango count) Mi (itllie gave tiiueii of Ids Infot matlon to llenui'ssy ill writing and the original writing was turned our lo Mi Whitman by llcnnessy yi'stenlay. William ,1. dinners also told about col lections, Ileum ssy said Conueis said that Charles F Miitphy told him to git Hiri.flOii fiom .lames Stewart, thai he did get It nnd that he took It to New Yolk Accoiillng to Mci lull 1 this was onl) a imtt of what Slew art paid Another col lector who gaie Itilorniation, I h lim ssy said, was John II. I'onsaules This In- formation Included the amounts paid and their destination. This destination, nlwajs reterred to 11s New York, was explained bv Mi II'' nets) He said his Idea was that o 1 mime wtpt to Niw York II i" 1 to Mm pin Mr. Ileum ssi 111 nle it l 11 I ' " got all bis lufoi mall hi tin mgi oders and that the chief PHU u( it wrs CM4tntMii on Flth Page.