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THE WEATHp Fair to-day; fair and ml o-morrow! light to modern winds. Detailed weather report: rouatfk,itfge 13. 4 VOL J, XXXI. NO. 67. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913. cop"iim. ms, w the mm vnuo ... Mmhtng A,Hnn. PRICE TWO CENTS. ikDRECMT. TAMMANY ROUT NOWjCOMPLETE Orriiniiition looses .lobs and I'ower in City ami State. FKW ItAYS OF 1IOPK Miti'licl to Name 250 Aiils Salarics Ajxjrivfjute 1.(()IUII)0. ----- j ; HA HTI.KTT IS CHIEF ...I'DOE One llcpiiblic'in Cnmliiltite for Ueneh Loses: the Other, lliscock. Wins. Tb" defeat of Tiimnmny Is so com pl.-tr tn the city nnil State that Charles I Murphy anil hl.s followern will luivo i the leiiue."t kind of plclilllfiS lii the next 1 four eni!. The late returns, Instead of maUIni; the Tuliimiiny rout less, lm- j pressiie. made It worse. Mr. Mltchel's j plurality. ncrurdliiK to the llnal IlKures, . was i:M,'.iT4. , .linlp- Williiul Hurtlett. the Pcmo trallc noininee for Chief .ludKe of the' Court of Appeals, defeated William H. Werner, ai-curilltiR tn tl cures whicli . nrrr mi close that William Ilanies, lie- publican State leader; did not mltiill the election of .ludKe Hurtlett until late' jfsterday. l-'rank II. HIscooU. Kepubll-i cm nominee for Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals, wim elected. Virtually Tammany's only hope in tli-1 gieater city is In organizing ami ad ministering the affairs of the new county f The Hronx. John Turroy Mitchel, on the other hiitid, has patronage at his disposal in 250 cunimlssionershlps, sec retaryships mid other offices high In tl-. iidmlulstrutlim, the annual payroll of which amounts to more than il.OOn, U"'i a year. I he utter defeat of Tammany re- mwed talk yesterday of the deposition of Charles 1 Murphy Theodore Douglas ltoblnson, l'rogres s.vc State chairman, suld lust night that the new Assembly would be antl Uarncs and nntl-Murphy. He claims the election of twenty-four Progressives ..nd sixteen others elected with Progres t.ve Indorsement. Straight Kcpuhllcans and straight Democrats, he " llil "W1' 1 have to combine In order to defeat them. ; "The advised nic to retain all the se Mr. Mitchel would not speak of up- omities except the Waters-lier.-e stock." Doliitiiients vesterdav. but a numher of ' said Mr. Krotdm.in. "I have found that men slated for the major commlssloner llps wore freely mentioned yesterday, l'ollre Commissioner Waldo and Klro Commissioner Johnson will be the. tVrst to go. Leaders In Washington, viewing the I post-election situation, were largely of I the opinion that President Wilson's stand on Important questions hud been supported ut the polls. The New York election brought forth the comment thnt the Administration Is convinced that the Democratic organ! latlon must undergo a house cleaning and will give Its moral support to any movement looking toward the elimina tion of Charles F. Murphy. It was said pretty positively that Senator O'Qor man would not take the Tammany leadership. TAMMANY PICKINGS LEAN. Other Parties Have Kmall Holies From Fusion. fter all the votes were counted and it hs clear that Tammany for the next four Mrs wn t,e on the outside looking In only three small rays of hope shone upon; .nam t .viurpny. one came rrom The i "",""! "I? U?,rUf ,f ,QmTN'' Vo.k election". und another from the Ilorough or Rich mond Hut put all together they were nut enough to pierce the night or Tarn nwnv discomfiture. lm l'urroy Mitchel, who said yes. tMd .y that one' of the first things he i'Ul'l fit his shoulder to would be the political death of Charles F. Murphy and 'he rout of Tammany Hall its It Is at Prmi-nt constituted, has 250 places to till. ilh nn aggregate pay roll of a million .ve.ir I 'our ji.ii ago the hope of Tammany William J, (laynor, and the Mayor Puved thnt it had a very flimsy founda tion In some of the first appointments that Mr liaynor minlo the Interests or tin- organization were furthered, but as l" nliiiiiilstratlein wore on he was In clined inure and more to name men who lid nothing whatever to do with Tain-m-'ii' I bill. Some of them were Its --wnl . j,, lines, I ut T.iiiinmn.v for the lust two jenrs had tin- rich pickings of the Sheriff's "(flee hi mis count)', a Job which puj'H to tin- Slurlif iii feis mid incidental charges K'HiMhliig like $65,000 a year, besides a vmt .nn. mnt or Incidental patronage. Ili-sl PlekliiK In The llroni. Tin nearest approximation to that sit 'H'l'iti this jenr Is In the new county of Th'- llrmu, where Tammany put through l" louutj ticket against a divided oppu utieiii Arthur Murphy, the new leader "f llriitiv count)', will have undisputed ""ii ii of the organization or the gov- 1 ii'-ut or thi) county of The Hronx, und "in .'introl the patronage Incidental tii,ciiib broker $105,000. Tho remiuiiiier ot tli' ejfTi. e the $500,000 was paid in scattering bets, l'i Queens Maurice, Connolly, who wW 1'iobably one of the happiest winners "'luted to tlm Presidency of the borough, was a man from New Jersey who pluced his khoAii Independence of tlm Tuinmany several bets on Mitchel when MoCall was ' rK.ii'Udtluii. At tho time William Hulzcr a 10 to S favorite. He collected $!s,000 I'urteil his statewide fampulgn for direct , (n winnings yesterduy. Another man yiiuuriis Connolly took his side and ' 'oi.nl In Qiu-i-ns to put through the !' r progrsmme. When tho fusion coin mitt ri. picking Its to nel Ida ten for the ""rough I'resiileiicleH Connolly had Mionx riillowiiig, but thn conitulttee Bet I'vfUiHucrf on Fourth t'age. MISS PANKHURST IN FIGHT. Bin Shv I:ciipes. White llrr FiiIIiim rr rr Clubbed. Special Cable lienpatcb lo Tin: 9rs. j l.osiiMN, Nov. n. -Sjlvlu Patikhurst wai Well enough tl) IllllltesS WM'Ml Slltflllgelte meetings recently mill tin- police, icg.ud lug this as proof that she was m oil enough In lie Mt-nt liucit to Jail ttnd"r the "cat ami mouse" art, tilril to nrn-St lirr this eve ning. They wen1 fooled, however, for a wllnl i. mail whom Ihry seized iib she Was leaving Ihe house of tin- llrrliralul l-unshiiry, formerly Member of P.irlla inriit, proved on bring takrn to the sta tion to lir Mr. I.anshury's daughter. Mrnnwhlh' Mlsi Patikhurst, with the, leader of the militant iirmy. Sir Francis . Vnnr, nnil othcis, started to address a I inn-ting In How. Sir Francis eonllrnird the liitrntlon of thr militants to rata "thr people-' a training cotps" to tight for voted for women nnil said many army oITIccih wolo willing to take part III th oigutilzatlon of the suffrage army. IU brandished a dull, which ho said he was ic.nl to use on the hc.iil of nii)bndy who Injure.! a woman. After thr meeting Miss Patikhurst, sur- I roiiiiiled by ii-niob of toimlis. left the hall. I llrr liodyKUiirtl uttneked the poller w ho ' trlnl to urrrst her nnil a prolotiReil striiK-, Kb- folhrneil. Many on both cUleH m-rr ' Injured. !omr belim taken to hospitals I unconscious. Woinrn wlrlibd clubs mid Kave mid took IiIowk. Miss Kuicrson, the , American Kill who Is prominent in the ' sulTinue movement here, left the scene of the Hunt with n badly Injured bead. I Sylvia I'.inkliurst escaped GROWS TO $4,039,226 Wealth of Widow Declared In competent Almost Doubled in Five Yours. Kxpcrt testimony as to the value f Standard (111 stock was filed In the Su- ,rc""" , c,,,rt ' n "" minting by Andrew l-'reednniu as committee of the property of Mrs. Ida M. Klagler. the di vorced wife of the late Henry M. Klag ler. Mrs. I-'l.igler was declared Incom petent s-oine years ago and was put In the care of Dr. Carlos V. MacHonald. Mr. Kreedman managed property ionced to her when Mr. l-'lagtcr got his divorce. The estate Included '.'.lidd shares of i Standard Oil stock, which was exchanged i f(,r shares In the Standard Oil subsld- , larlcs at the time the trust was dissolved by the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Kreedman asked the court's liifctructlon as to selling or retaining Mrs. Klagler's Standard Oil securities. He said that he frequently consulted with Mr. Flagler before the latter died, and with hi" attorney. Judge Heardsley, and that both advised him to hold tho riLtuiH' the company is now charging mi Increased price for all Its products and have been Informed that this is practically the con dition of all the subsidiaries, which makes it appear Unit the business must be on a I very profitable basis. Air, Kreedman reported that the estate of Mrs. Klagler. which was valued at f 3,ri3S,-l"ti In 1 POS, is now worth 4,U39, 22H. an Increase from $3,21.190 a year ago. The Income the last year was K'.i.V 84V, and the Increased value of the estate was J4ti;.226. Mr. Kreedman paid 2H. S3 to Mrs. Flagler's relatives under a court order giving them purt of her an nual Income, and paid 40,..2l for her maintenance during the year. Justice Pendleton dliected Mr. Freed mali to hold the Standard Oil stock until the further order of the court. A special allownnce of 1 20,000 was awarded to Mr. Freedman In addition to $2,017 com missions. ELECTIONS PLEASE ROOSEVELT. "Klne, Fine!" Sn T. It., HenrlnK Itesilll In Ilueno Ayre. Sptcial Cable luipatch to Tub Scs. Hi'knos Amies, Nov. 5. One of the first things asked for by Col. Itoosevelt when lie landed here to-day from the cruiser urut!lI,,y, ubo.iid which he made the trip . , Mnn,pv!,,H1, ,,. ,esult of the "Fine, flnel I am so glad!' he ex- claimed when he he.ud the news. As the Uruguayan crulter entered the harbor the warships ut anchor fired salutes and the guns In the rorts boomed a welcome, iiiousanus m i-i.un. nn. at the dock to cheer the distinguished American and he was met by city otllclals, heads of various civic organizations, the presidents of the legislature and the municipal council and a representative of President It. Saenz Petia. Col, rtooscvelt was lecelved by tho President In the afteiuoou and on his way to the United Statei Legation 200,000 persons cheered him. He was the guest this evening at a banquet given by the American colony In his honor. $500,000 IN BETS PAID OFF. nrnkeramr House Collects fUtin,0IO, Snld to Ilr (or Caiifleld. It was conservatively estimated that at least $500,000 In bets wus paid off In the financial district yesterday. Usually It has been the custom to wait until the Thursday following the election to settle all wagers, but the last election was so decisive that betting commissioners agreed to pay on at once. One Slock F.xchange houso collected $200,000 in bets and was said to ho act lug Tor Illchnrd Canflcld. This houso had to pay out only $500 In lost wagers. Fred Kchuinm paid off $120,000 and a i Won about $14,000 in betting on Premier ' faBfi w-hile a member of tho Produce Kx cliange oolleutud $18,000, won largely In butting on Mltchel's plurality in Now York county. lilt INK roiJVND WAIKII t I'lno licalililnl llublt, Acts on Uldiiej-s.- Ail. MENDEL BEILIS MAY GOME TO AMERICA Now York Jews Planniniy to Brills Defendant in Kioff Trial Here. II IS LAWYER TO LEC'TCKK Purpose Is to SllOW tllO World If I C 11 II I .MIIMPi" Is ii .Myth. In thr evrnt of his ncqliltt.il. .Mcnflel Ilellls, thr Jew now on trial In the litis slan cltv of KleiT. chaiKcd with the mur- (dr, of a .hrlstlau l.y for ritualistic pur-j pose, will be broimlit to this country In ' ' " ' "uinei -non nun h pi.tn .o .1.1.1... I" -i1"' ' '""K to cryst.-iui7.r- senumeni in America aK,ilnt thr treatment of Hrllln , mid other Jens. With him .iImi will i-ome , his chief nttotnej. M. 5roiienberi!. Moth will make a tour of the eountty M (lmu cllbem will lictuie In the Intelrst of tlv .lewlsli cause, lellluc of tile peisecutlon of lleilU and the motives behind It. He will Ihaxr 11.111s on the platfoim with him. 1 While the latter is a bricklayer, unedu cated and untrained, he may siy a few .minis nliout hl cxpeilences, I in thr event of th" conviction of Ileitis It Is expected that there will be all the limue ileiu.ind for a vis t b M. Orousen licrg to tills conntiy It Is probable that the plan now being developed would be (i-nlai-gul and that the pretest to the Itus. slnu Co eminent would be all the mort empliiitlc. I Moses II. liiossin.in of 115 Itroadway admitted but ienlug that Isith M. i ilroiisenlierg and Itttlls wilt come to this cciuntry. He said he had been npproachert b pioiuliient Hebiews here who wlnneil iilm to represent both M. (Irousenherg and r.eills m coiims-tloii with tlieir visit to Hits country. He said frankly, how cur, that he bad as yet no authority to speak foi the null who called upon him. Tmii Object In Ileitis' Visit. The Society for 1'olitlenl Itefugees Is reported to be interested In the plan. ,, various Miutces It was learned that lnt. object in having Ileitis and his lawyer colne tl) ts country Is twofold, l-'llst. the aim Is to educate the people or this country In Ku.-sln's treatment of the Jews and to arouse such popular Indignation that the Czar cannot Ignore the appeal of this country for Justice to the Jews. I Secondly, the aim Is to prove to the, country and to the world at large that ' .ti...... i nr. uneli thine iinioni; the Hebrews 1 mi riiiiuilstie murder. "We want." sn1H" 1A one man, "to dispel irom me min.i m ......... .n... ii... tilci tli.it there Is Mich a , . - .... ... . .l thing as ritualistic murder and to pre vent any such charge ever being made lu-ain In the history of the world." Many wealthy citizens are Interested in tile plan. Some of them already have, contributed money to the defence of lteils The aim Is to make Itellls the centre of such a popular demonstration that Hut-si.i must give heed to it. It Is expected that citizens of different religions will Join In the demonstration. Cable despatches Indicate that Ilellls is likely to be acquitted, A vet diet in the case is expected at the end of this week or t!m beginning of next. The Itusslan authorities are taking precautions to pre vent rioting at the time the verdict is returned. Utile i:ldenee luiiln"! Ileitis. itellls Is accused of having murcieieu Audrey Yuschinsky. :i Christian lad, 12 years obi, on Maich 21. Il'll. He was at work In a brlckvard not far f join th cave In which the body with forty stahjat his office or home. 'wounds was dlseoveied. No reliable evi- j ib nce to show that he was In the oavs or near where tne noy iiveu nun ""s produced. It seems, however, that Jus about the time of the murder the Itlacl: Hundred organization was searching rot a Jew whom they could make the victim or peisecutlon. The meniheis of that or ganization devised the theoty of ritualistic murder and spread It broadcast, sending ,.... , ,... it.- me..i,s of foiee.t do-uments the Inter. ft of the Car was i rmiscd and the Mlnlstef or Justice, selz. Ing tlie opportunity, went to work to bring about tlie prosecution or the bricklayer. The murdi-rid )outh was the Illegiti mate, son 'or Alexandra Prlhodko, it woman with n notorious recoid. He was acquainted with Vera Tchebery.ik, tlie leader or a gang or criminals. It was round by M. Mlstchuk, In-nd of the de-ti c. tive buieau In Kb-lf, prior to the tltni that the Minister or Justice got busy, that the hoy had been killed by her to prevent him from divulging some or the secrets or the gang, Mlstchuk onlered the arrest or the woman mid her gang. When, however, the Minister or Jus tice learned what had been done he re moved Mlstchuk on charges and ap pointed another man In his place-. Vera Toheberyak and her allies were freed despite the fact that still mbre evidence was dug up against them. The success of tho Hnvernment theory or the case re quire'd that It should be proved siientlfl cully that the Jewlsli faith reoognlzi'd the use or human blood for ritualistic pur poses. Prof, Sikorsky, a neurologist, was brought forward to glvo such testimony. Prnuiiltls, a priest who had been expelled from the Itotnnti Catholic Academy In St, Petersburg, seeking to gain the favor or the Department or Justice, aald that there are references In Jewish books to the use of Christian blood at the Pass over, but his statements were disproved by M, (Ireusenberg, the attorney for the defence;. Witnesses favorabln to the dercnoo were sent out or Klrff It is said, Kvery thing possible was done to bring about the conviction or the bricklayer. M. (irusetiberg on his visit to this country will give a recital or th" machinery and the methods employed by the Itusslan Oovernnient to prove Ilellls guilty or the crime. He will tell how a Just trial was denied tlm man, llarvanl-l'rlni'rtnn Football. Prince tun. Saturday. November . Kpscial trains lo lower statlem leuve New York, I'eiitinvlviiiila Sliillnn, Rial, vio:, ::, tt:40, o'h. Iiill'l. It:. ''!"'. I"!l. !!!. tilts iiiid ll::Ti A. M. lloiiirnlin attsr fnn, t'tBimylvunU Itullroud. Adv. KIEFF TRIAL NEAR CLOSE. 1'mseeiilnr Xnjs "llltunl Mnrder" 1'hn.ute AffecU Only Pervert eel .Inn. Spuria! table Henpatch to Tn So IvIIjit, Nov. 5. Tho last hai.c of tins trial of Mendel Itollls, the Jew accused of thr murilrr of the rhrlMl.il. hoy Yiii.. ! rhliiHl.y, has begun, The evidence being i nit In. the prosecutor summed up to-ilny In his speech lie recalled the Utojfu ciiHe In Fiance ami said Unit tiiilillc at tentlon whm centreil on thin trial only bis-.uise HrllW Is a Jew, Instancing othei case- where greater Issue's were at stake, hut In which public Interest was much Hinallcr. He attrihuteil the Interest ninni tested In this trial to the power of the Jrwlnh prr.sii. Ilr s.ilil he illil not attack thr whole Jrulxh world and that tli accus.itlnii of "rltu.il murilrr" atfriled only r i Mil cil .l.ws. The pioecutor Kald the Jewn ill Hui sin nerd not fear u iioKrotn a!" the t'.ov- rinnu nt uould not permit any excesses, j lie HU'tixril the leadem of .luilalsm of tl y- Iiik to defeat the ends of Justice by at- i lemptiiiK to tlx suspicion on Innocent per- wiw and bilhhiK Mlstcl.tik mid Kraso- , iollce . QIII1irkT7 fT) DDAAIr' I VM uUlvlUlj it DR UUlvL I tt DOCTOR A MYSTERY Dr. 1 1 j II l'l 4 III II II I Altlllldolled His Wife nnil Anto at lliint iiiiiton. Ii. I. HrN-riMiToN I.. I . Nov 5 - liesldents of Huntington me puzzled to ascribe motive for the suicide of Dr. Herman lljardeni.ial. whose liody was found to day In the bathroom of his .summer cot- t.-iKe here. He had turne.1 on'the gas after deadening hl.s nerves with nioiphlne. Dr. HJardriuaal. who had a large prac tice here and mine down frequently from his home at 520 Nontrnnd avenue, ltrook lyn, arrived on Mondny In his autnmo bile. I lo wan accompanied by his wife. After making a few calls the doctor and the machine disappeared mid Mrs. HJar. ilcmaal after waiting until late that night took the train home. Yesterday the doctor's automobile was found about two blocks nway fiom bis home. It was placed by the police in the o.i re of I-'rnul; 1'. Wlllets. a garage keeper. When no one claimed the car to-day Wlllets got the name of the owner (through the Secretary of State's ottlee and ralleii Mrs. Hjarilcmaal, She did not seem surprised when told that her husband's car had been found abandoned mid asked Wlllets if he would go to their cottage and see If her hus band was there. She said she was afraid that he had killed hlmelf. Wlllets got Coroner filhson and they broke Into the house. The oIor of gas was strong in the house and they traced it to the bathroom. There Ilinl dem.ial f 1 fonnrt-rnd "1T bad rm TiTialhrobe. , I.. Ilia I1... I-II. ...... I .. ... ....m .....n.. .. bottle which had (outulneil morphine A roll of bills which HJ.inlemaal hnd taken fiom hi. pocket lay near his clothes. On the diesner was n note to bis wife, n pic ture of some men in hunttnK costume, and a note addressed to some one whom Dr. tllbson refused to mime which read "I hardly think T. K. will be far ahead of me. I will soon find out. My cousin. ; l.fimbneh, Is due on the st.amer arriving on the lfith. You see him and do what-I ev er explaining Is necessary. I want no rel if nua eereiii.m V litll unlit itiv lioill religious ceremony, but want my bod cremated with as little fuss as possible." Dr. ifibsoii was Inclined to think from the reference to "T. K." that the doctor had taken his life as the result of a suicide agreement with the person to whom the initials referred. The ahsruru of any known motive strengthened this liellcf. After the news or the suicide became known It. utitlngton neighbors .aid that the diM-tor s life hud been made miserable ror some tune nj some one woo nan written anoiiMiious letters to his women paticnts telling them not to call on him I t)r. njardcinaal was popular In Hunting ton and supposedly well to do. He was a member of the Huntington Yacht Club. BLAIR LEE'S SEAT UNCERTAIN. tt oi.i i.... i..ni... Ainenriliieiil .... ..... ...... In thr Senator's Case. Wasiiinutos, Nov. An Intricate I . i ., . wUh the Maryland Senators!,!,, ! to which Hlalr l.ee of Silver Spring was elected )ester.lay by more than 30,000 plurality. Mr"l.ee was elected to succeed .Sena- to; William Purnell Jackson or Salisbury. 1 1 . ... y-J. , loi" ,,. Wild WWII IHIMIIHsT tiiniu ' till the unexi.lred term of the late Sena- tor Itayner. Senator Jackson Is a It.-- publican and the revised statutes In the past have been construed to mean urn. I .vAlnlman s II r A tfi lwilll trnAfl Until nui ii "IT"""1""" ' - . t 1. ,.4f rm Ulutfl htlH UIWl"trtl1 the Legislature of a State has elected a successor. Since Senator Itayner died and, since Senator Jackson was appointed, however, the seventeenth amendment to the Con stitution has gone Into effect providing for direct election of Senators by the peo ple. The election In Maryland yesterday was under that law. Senator Jackson's biography in the t'iiiirrsiiiiuil lleconl, approved by Iilm, says that his term will expire on March 11917 "Me. i.ee said to-day that he did not know what would be done. In regurit to tlie date on which he would take his seat In tlie Senate. Some persons here were Inclined to be. llnve that Mr. I.ee could not tiiko his scat until Senator Jackson's comiuisslun has expired. Already the Senate has re ruseel to sent a Senator rrom Alabama on iiccount of uncertainty under the new law. McMANIGAL ON WAY TO TAMPA. rllexrd to He- llolngr lo llavaua and Thence to South America. lsH Anuemsh, Cat., Nov. D. Ortle B. McManlgal, whoso conresslon of the dyna- mite plots "sent tho McNamara brothers iiiiiw to Jail. Is speeding to Tampa, Fla. This fact Is borne out by Instructions to-day to the county Jail officials lo ship at once all of his effects to that point. According to other Information, Mc Manlgal Is hcaileil for Havana, from where, after a short respite, he will sail for South America. LORD SANDWICH AS A PSYCHIC HEALER Af,.(1) .;(,. A tltlOIIIICOS Ho llllS Cured .Mental and Physi- i'h I Sufferers. HK KNOWS NO MKDH'INK hceliires lit London Clinic Cim't Kxpliiin the, .Mys tic Power. Ife Special Cable lietpalch to Tnr. Sr 1.0NHON, Nov. R. The Karl of Samlwlch of rrmarklll, vycMc h(.nllB ,,, v which he n.iys he has cured many mental I Blid physlr.il suffereis, nllhnimh he Is without medical or surgical knowlnlKi The announcement wus in announceiiient wus made by l.otd,, S.mdivicii at u meeting at the Cnlverslty CoMecc of Ijondon to-day lo InauKurHte n clinic for psycholhcraper treatmnt of disease. The establishment of tin- i Utile was sup- poned by Dr. Mamie- Craig lecturer mid physician for mental diseases at f.u.v's, Hospital, wiiiiam McDouu.ii. l-'. ii. . i fellow of Corpus Christ! College. Dxfoid - .-i-i i. ... i iiilnd and logic at the I'nlverslly of l.on-; liilil Sandwich aiset-d that h has . . . . B never failed In his t.eatment of suffereis. ,;. , He cted many cases in all e asses of so- ..Iet. Including slxt wounded ollli.rs and Houneis M-ni oome ,,,11-iiik wie nu. r I ill of whom rtsoveiril without the aid of physicians or inline". He s.ild Ilr could no. riKilli the power, but knew the iiMUlts and believed that many persons (Hisness the same alft without b-ing aware of it The Hail of Sandwich, discendatit of the peei who Invented the "half of a meal" of that name, Is 74 ears old and hn been noted for eccentricities for thirty ears. He was long an ardent admirer of Mine Melba. who nilirht hive worn the coronet of Countess of Sandwich If she caied. The Kail wanted tn fight a duel "everal years ago with h politician of Huntingdon, his native place, who accused him of In terfering witli tin terrltotlal nrm.v scheme. As a kind of hummous prntirt ngnlnst the rahloii smong women of wearing hats at luncheon he ordi-rcd his servants to wear their hats when serving the mid day meal at thv famous old Kllzabethnn mansion at Mlnchlngbrooke, nenr Hunt Ingilou. w lierc he lives. The Karl Is g bachelor and his heir pie- suinptlve Js. .tiiLvJJontutiumm--or. liia btothei .Vdmli.il Jloutimu. tluy Mon- tagu's wife was formeilv Miss Alberta Sturges of New Yoik. They wet., mar ried In l!o:, GAS POISONING SUIT ON TRIAL. Tenant Wnnts llron.l tTii) l.nndloril In Vmy ar..ono llnninues. A tent rase to determine the rights or t...,....t I.. . .,,.,,. ,,, ,h , '. '. ' ''r Ju , 1h , , , ; ; 1. ' " hl1 " Issuing rrom the apartment hou.' chliii-1 neys went to trial yesterday In the Supreme Conn. The plaintiff is Chaih-s S. Heed, a wealthy manufacturer nf rnzni-x. v-iw. cn the Itelnord Realty l-nm..,i.,,. ... ... the Helnord at l-l'lcbtv.sKil,' .,., , i Hroadwav. for 125.000 daiiiaires M, iiuii WII41U tint OTllV T ir itiiiii-f tn lilu l.....lt. ,,m ' t.i,u,r,.n. He testified that duilng tlie two vears i... ..,,.t i,i. fiM,iK- ii..., i .' . )U! KH(l..H fr'om . 0,lim.v' of .,. Ilelnoid entered the apsrtmeiit, ruining his health mid injuring the health of other members of bis family. Ilr. T. C (iraham-KogeiH. who vv as called Into the ap.utment to nuke a test of the air, wimt on the stand and testllleil I.I..., I... .....I 1,1- n..l.l,,',,l I I I monoxide and lis ilrogiii.illsulphlde In suttl - . i.i. ... i ,. ,ui in i, i. n ii. i,,..t i .ne ,-.,WI 111 any one breathing It. The defence e-ontends that Hie alleged grievances of Mr llerd and his family ! '' taM ' "Ue,nd the sniail amount of corn In it f.-d ' ,0-,luy' . without husking. old com s ill In f,.,n,e,s pan, " s . ,e- FIUPIN0S STARVING IN GHENT. ' J"" I'1 "!, ' 1 . or ,,S,V 'Vl I .1 "-'"I 1 V !"V"n,",""t "'p0rt ""t ' Ti i.if...fl.. Mid. SI.... . .sourl should slimv an average rate of yielii - ' r - - Without Food or Surlier. social Cilte le,palcl. to Tin As WI:m, Nin., 5i Klfty-tlve Klllpluoci past in a side slikw at t?,e Client1 ' Kxix.flition v lHUtute ami wmulerliiK In I the streets of ttnt city. They iMiinnt prove that they are entitled to aid from the I'lllted Kt.iles Cm III for tlieil lellef and expense-) home. In their appeal to tin- Consul tlie turn ace'U"cd the malinger or withholding tin-in pay. They s.ild eight of the group h.ivn died since March on account of Itisutlloli-nt . shelter and food. BULKELEY CHANGES FRONT. ! '"' A"'lle Said lln" tu I ilelded In Ni'ii llmeii Mill.. I lUitTt'Oiui, Nov 5, Hx-Huv. Mm gun .1 I Uulkeley bus changed his altitude toward j the New Haven road's bond Issue, and it i B likely that the appeal against the action of the Massachusetts Public Ser vice Commission in granting tlie $i!7,O00 (100 Issue will bo vacated and the pro ceedings relative to an liijuiilou ills luiitinued at the hearing on Monday. This is reported here tu-nii.lit, mid it seems well founded. It is said that the opposition is tin- willing to go to the length of forcing the I niauageinetit to resort to short time loans In order to aveit a receivership. This I change of purpose Is said tu be the out. como ot President IClliott's visit to this I r"' l,u,t vntng. in the course of which . . . Iojik conference u-lili l he had a long conference with Mr, Hulkeley and one with lilwnrd Milligan, president of tlie Phaniix b'ire Insurance Company and a director of the New Haven. (.BEAT BK.VK UI'KINli WATKK. Ilr, pir cans el I (lata utoppereu botllts. Atv. SHUT IN A BOILER 48 HOURS. "l I'.lerllon tiny tlirrt" .k Mini Hrlrnsril llnlr llpml. Utica, Nov. S. After tavlni; hreu Im prisoned for forty-rlaht liniirn In one of .tie hue boilers to he used In hratlns the, new Ceiitiut-lludson Htatlon In this city. I Domlnlcl: Ouelnno, aiird JS, wan lrleasrd this afternoon nnil tn-nlKlit Is In a state of collatisu from his terrlhbi expel lence. flnetnno was tent Into the boiler Mon day nfteinoon to dean It. KnterltiR throuvh a small iii.inholr he Kot Into the steam chest nboe the tuties and com menced wink. While he was there an other laborer, not kiiowlnu that Cl.ietano mm Inside, clamped the cover on tin- hole, i The Impilsoned man's cries for help j were haril this .iftrrnoon ami lie was le- lean ,ml taken to a hospital, lie In-' 'iiulted nnvlously If drrllou day had! ...Ub...l tl H.I ...1 I .1.... t... I. .1.1 ' l'.i.-r. ... .kin. .lll.-ll in loi lll.u illtli in- ... . i. lost his vote wan kienly dlsapitolntcd. ! COUNTESS SZECHENYI LOST GIFT. Jenelleil lesb Huh: (.len bj Her sister In .Mlsslou. N'mvpor.T, Nov. Counte.s Sreeiu uyl. I wbii Is vUltltif- Ii p tuntlier Mrs V.ltlillar- , ' ... ... Mill ill ii.- DieilHlIS ll.li on .linill. .I.v lost on the sttrets a valuable gold and Jt-w.-ll I mesh bag. The bag was a pus. lit to the Count'"!, prior to liei man lage fmm her slter. Mis Hairy l'ane Whitney, mid "he is on"cr- :,,K W0 "!,ri1 for " r'iur- " " VOTERS RECALL OREGON COURT. . i MMiiiiiiiniii.iM .tisti si'or.- iionvn, (ll ((it PPn,llf I I noon itiv-i:i!, ure, .Nov r.. ("omplelo re- i .nuns inincnie tnnt ttie entire Hood ll ir Cnmt ,.,,.,,. ,nr.ral ,.,iarRI,, t llc0,m M ,., , . Th ,, . tin ns Indicate thnt the entire Hood Itlver appointed a road up.-tvlsor at an exntbi-j tant salary and performed other nets In i an unsatisfactory manner. I'or.Ti.ANP. Dr.-.. Nov. 5.-A11 ref. rr. d measures carried In iii-egon, and some former strongholds of the Honor tinffle i went - nry ny goon majorities. i ne workmen's compensation act and two uni versity appropriation measures went throiiKh. SCOTT PLANNED TO END LIFE. Look After tliir People." Were llx plorer'" t.nl W ord". Iinoos. Nov. 5 Cant. Sntt's i..i-t r.-xpedltlon." containing the lApiotofsj diary, from his departure In l'.'l" until: the end In Match. I!'12. will ! published , to-morrow. The last lines, repmiiureii in facsimile as they were pencilled by the dlng commander, are: "The end oannot be f.n. It seem a pity, but I do not think I can write more. For Cod's sake, look after our people. A letter written a few days before Capt. Scott's death Is contained in thai second, volume. In this letter, written, to Sir James ll.irrle. the explo.er s.i. , "We .ire very near the end. but e have not. mid won't. Ion- our good luer "VV.. h.LVe bail four days of eloim m the . ! tent and nowhere Is there food or fuel. "We had Intended to linl-h ourselves . when things proved like this, but we hae leclded to die naturally In our tr.i' ks. "We are showing that Englishmen still i "' 1 If with " ,,,,11 Plrlt. tlgbtlug to tie- .... , 'It will be known we have iiccom- i,lth.-, our object of leaching th'- pnb ,, ,. UP ,,av e done . ve, ything po- ... . ... ... .. . ..-I tlii .... .... ..J .. u I.. slide even to sacrlllclng ourselves, in onb i to save oui ill i-omp.iiiions.' SNOW'S REPORT ON CORN. ' 'I .Xitl 'ri. i.f S.rtttT.IMMt.OOll lliisliel" Is Iiiillente.l. Ciui-Aiio. Nov 5. Snow's lepnrt makes the acreage of corn entitely abandoned, so ,,M l"""'""n " " coin i cued. 4.3.t,uOO lion s. leaving l'i2,- j UTO.'iOd acres which some com was pioi'nied The Meld per acie on th area piodm- Ini sum., roni Is leliiirled at 23.1 bushels ! making total etop of 2,337,0Oi).iU'O I , bushel", l-ist month's t.-turns Indicated 1 that tlnte were about 13,oon,ii"rt acres 1. Il. ....... !,, 1, ,.,.i.l ... I ,.,l,.l.. ' couiniircial ' cm n Is con.-e'.ti.d. and this ,i .,. i 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 11 li'llllll-. oniiii.li- .iii.t ii-'iu ih.iii.i .'..oiiininii acre s of Hits area then- s no pro - duetlon of coin In any shape, thr balance , ropir-ontlng are.i on which fodder Is cut ..I OOI1 I.,. 1(1 ..tl.l II U t.i l.lll.lf!ltl..l , ,, , f,. , , ,,. t,,.lv ,,,,,doiie,l. the crop f.uec.isi will nrobably be iiIhiiiI 2.45H, .i.iiii bushels. When the acreage Is .ev.s.si it. Dre-m- . .............. .1 .ii 1 1st It will Ptnb.ibl.i .educe tlie tln.it ..III- CI ll e stimate of the ctop to lll.llllhl 2,:i.'.ii. nun, 1100 bushel". A. T. FRENCH GETS A LAWYER. Hill ll l .Not F.xlieoteil Thnt He Will Contest Divorce Suit. NKWinnT. It. 1. Nov. 5 While NgvviunT, It. 1. Nov. 5 While il '" ) pot expected that lie will contest tlm o.t"o Alum Tuck Fiench has let.ilned Cli.ules 11. Koehlie, Jr. Ill Hie dlvoic- suit blouglit bv his wife. Mis, Pauline l.erov Kiench, I ".' , , , who charge non-siippoit und asks lor ens. tody of their niliior sons and proper sup- 1 ...... r.... tl,,,,.i it. 1,1 ber.self port rm- them and hers Mr, Korhne has ninth- nnswri to the petition. "SNOW BABY" NOT ENGAGED. Mrs. IVhi'V llrlllr Heporl Dnimhter Is lo Wed. Hear Admital Itobetl K. Peary went down the bay jesterday In a revenue cutler to meet bis vvlfu and his daugh ter Marie, "the snow baby," who has been attending school at ileueva, When the explorer went to Hut ope to receive the decorutlons mid other testi- .Zt L ,r ...lentltlc societies he took Mis. Pcnry and his elaughter with him. He left Mis Peary In school at Heiieva. Mrs. Peary returned with her husband, but recently went back to bring Miss Mane homo. Mrs. Peary said the report Hint .Miss Marie, who l tall and handsome, was engaged to be married was untrue. ILIND CONFIRMS ' U.S. ULTIMATUM Admits lliicrtii Has Hccn ln foiiiicd Kcsinatioii Is Xt't'i'ssary. VKIfA V.Ul'Z IS KXC1TK1) . V ()'l(il ti Khinf in Aliivii'-lll "r."" Mill III .M(.l(.lll atOI'S f 0 I Jill' If Wil- sou's Demand. 3101. K SHU'S ARM SKXT ('iiiiMTs Scut to Kast ami AVcsi Coasts of Soul h tii liV)tiblic. TIMMM'S PUKPARE TO .MOVE I T( ". I 1 1 t f .Mll.V l.ifl Elllliai'liO On Shipments tif Anns Over tile liorder. ypffil i able itupatch ! Tun 'rs 'i:i:v Cut .. Nov. :,. lohn 1.1ml. I'iv.-I. dent WINon's special envoy lo Mexico . ,. 1 , , , , ,,;,n""M' --night th port thai thr I'nlli-d States has sent nn iilllm.it inn to l'tl.idrnt lliierta dem.inillng that he ir.-lirn the ITcsidi-ncy. The- nntr from Washington demands that the provisional President obi-v. the p!rdi:es lie made brf.it thr elect Inn H point" mil that it I .ibs,dulev necessary that l Jen. I Inert, anil nil tlii mnnbrrs of his ntlloiul f.imll,v be eni inntu! from the (iovernmi'tit of Mexico Tho report of Mr. Mud's connrmati...i of the ultimatum cause.) crint n,-te mU (l, (.tJ. With seven American warships .Mexican waters nnu riqort." from w.i"h. Ington announcing that two others ai , , , Imniedi;, , .- ' action by the I nltnl Slates hi Mexico was frequently tie.ird br-iv ti.-ul-:1i' Ti, riennan gunhreit lirnnen win. ,mi 'lt'lv lM fl"'"""" f"f T.impiio TWO MORT. nRTfTCiFBC: CPVT fine Ones tn f.not nnil Other l Writ Coil"! ( Mrxleo. W vmi, viiTi'.v. Nov .'. -Annth.r adrl tlon to the I'nited States niiviil fnre Mexiean wat.iv as the mo-t ii"poit,i dev i'lopmi nt ln-u- to-.l.iv in h-pml to in ; situatuu, ' oriteriil Two povvi i f';l I I Ills, i s -. r ordi rid to Mexican Matloi.s, nin on th. cast mid the other on tin- west coast I These ouli-t" were i"siied Just about tln i nine the tlilid diii-lon of th. Atlantic lint, consisting eif the battleship" Ne- biask.'l. New .Ii fsey. Vltgltlia lllld niiod, 1 Island, was n ported as hnvlng arrived ! " Vein 'i uz. These battleships, neeon! ' ri.i.vr,l tlie s. cond division of the Atlantic Meet, which has bien stationed in Mexican waters lor six months. l-'ot ma! aminuiii i-tiu nt was made at tlm Navy I), nai tnietit. how ever, that tlie two I divisions win leuinin nun uiiiieiv hi .xiexi j can waters iimb-r th- coinmand of I tear Admiral Kb teln r. Thus within the Int two davs the onleis "f the N.iv.v I'eparl.nent have inote tlm.. I doubled the Alllerlc.lll teiv.ll force III M-xl- , 'Mil Mail IS. j "nly one Interpretation .if this notable strengthening of tlie American force s Tills is that it is Intended III.- il.aii.imlH which tin has iiinvcyid to Hiletta ! seems po. smn . ' emphasize ' 1 ""." ''". that he shall keep bis preelection pledges and eliminate blms-ir and ills roiiowcrs from tin- ilnvi rninent. Tin- slgtiltlcancc of tills gathcilng nf battleships becomes morn pioiiiiiiuced when it Is irc.ilb-d that In the stnss and strain of previous uprisings In Mexico, when tlm danger t" American life apparently was gt rater than it Is to-day, tlm licet was smaller. Mceliiilioii Offer I iieniiHrmed. Next to the movement of the battle ships the most Intel rsting llevelopllK.lt I,, in., il.iv' situation from the Washing- 'ton viewpoint was tlm tecelpt of unonl. ual dispatches from I'.ms mai in llueit.i liovciuuieiil had approached the Kiench Kntelgn i Ulice Infoi mally with mi inquliv as to whether it would b disposed to ait as ,i mediator lielween the United State and Mexico. No con tinuation "f this development could be obtained hue, Secretin) Hrun and other liovnuiieiit otllclals disclaiming all Know icok- '. .,,,, ,m,0rlant ! t' Kel,11Mll t Indie 1 . . . ... . .... I knowledge or It. in" except 111 mi i.ir as itn a disposition to vield Minielblng on lluerta's part. The iii'Stlon tli.it iuinieillati-ly pre-s.-ntcd Itself in Washington wis whether Hie Wilson Administration could afford to accept tho olllccs of any U.niopean Hnv eminent as a mediator lu the luin illlng of a situation Involving one of the American ti publics, Heretofore the United States has taken Hie undisputed leaictshii tn all matteiM alfectlng the republics on tlm western bcnilsphcie and It Is doubted whether tin. i re of Fiance, with a mediation would be welcome. It has programme. lieen Pirsldent Wilson's contttition all along that th'' i'""'"' ' 1 fo. t nubile Its nw ii programme In dealing with Mexico ami winiiii ciiii.v ii "uv ..i. ut subiiilttlns It i'l'l'ioval to any lliiroi'eaii Covernmcnl. Tlmt the French ftnvernment tipprcc -ales the delicacy "f !" 'I'lf-'Unn was linllci tcii b th" f'' "' " e'll'I'oscd to Imvo told the Mexican i ioverumctit that France would do nothing In regard . . . ..... i. ..,i.i..