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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913.
LUDWIG III. NOW 1 KINGOFBAVARIA I'liiiif Kcucnt Assumes Hifrhls to Tlironc by l-'om.Hl I'rocliimiitioti. TAKI'.S OATH TO-MORROW liiiviiriiiii (iiMicnill.v Approve .Move Otto mi Iimmii tiltlc litiiuitic. tprti'tl t;ii,l? fienpitrti to Tits Sr. Mi mi-ii, Nm, . l.iHlwic. Prince He trm nl t l.i v 4i i In , hIisiiciI ii tirnchinmlion n' :n o'clock thin moniltiK ilcposltn nun. tin' mail KIiik, iiml nnnounclnr Hint In Iwm iifMimril tlif "kltiRly rlstitu which' an III" li tin' knicc of (ioil" ntiil the till" I.UilulK III. Tin tM'iH'liimutliin tcfetw III nyinp.ithctlc . n In tin' tciisiitm fur tin- m'tlon, Ottn'n lir ur.ihlc iIIm'HW' mill tin- inrllninentiiry c.iii. t Ion which was Khen to the resent i.i assume tin' tltt in. Tin1 io.miI xtiinil ,inl WiiH iiiifnrltVl at Wlttclslmch luilnee, the resilient of the new inoniiii'h. KIiir l.llllMlK ll ll KrillllH ll till' IK'WK of hlH IH'I'I !" nun lo Mm tin oti to tin- heiiils of the i.llicr i In nun Stiitrt ami tin1 (iuei nment I.OllllllI fon IKI1 IMllnh Of III lll'CcssllMI. Tin' imal iMocliimatlon w.it. icml In the Put. art.r which the Mlnlsti.v iircseiitcit ii lull ri'i'iiKiilxliu that tin- recency wax ..iwfully t I mlii.it it. Tin cc nmllciil in-' MliatcN wi'io n i fi'lilnl, one iliallliK w'th (iiiiih loiiillilon in Ism'.. uhcn he In r iiliit I clieunistiinc'.H woulil hnve "lit iii'ilcil to thi tlironi'. ami tin- other ilciil im; with hi prifi'iit lo.nlltlon. With i-1. for Kini! I.UilulK thi' I Hft uim ml i.ti-n. .1 until l'-rlil,i. when tlif new in. ii . mh will take thf oath to observe tho rcl lutloii. Thf mnt w ill takf thf o-ith to ill fi ml th" in) nl house on Suml.iy next. Tl transfer of thf thium- of H.mulii I m ..lit with (ncrnl iitirm-stl hy tho II. .man, thf opponents of It belliK only tl.i - who ilo not want any niomiich. it i known that thf mr. Ileal cfrtltl Ml. fi't forth that i Mil's r.if has. liem hoi'il. s since 17.T Ilf Ik apathetic, even 1 u ml i:ir necess-lties of life. Me fiilH ini I'.inlc.illy at oilil liniments ami stiinil in"' ii iufn Cot Iiouim k.izIiik llxcilly Into vacant y Ilf I never vlolt-nt towanl Ills iiil.inti'. hut Mimctlims rllihiys a ilc f rtittix Ifinli'iicy. as recently when he fli.iltireil a porcelain tea service that w.ii pl.ic.'l hi'foif him. WILDE MEMORIAL UNVEILED. Purl. IMIIfliiN I'lTiult It After T iMir Cmitroi ers . l.i'.V limiMleh.Vt Tub Sin 1'mhs, Nov ,"i Thf lilijectlons of the Tins authorities to the monument de Ictif.l to he placed over the isnw of Oicnr Wdile In thf IVie LachaNf rente "i h.ue tlii.ill hfi'ii overcome and tho ii .mmnent was unveiled to-day III the prffence of fifty I'mich and Irish poets. Th- ontl mers littweeli .laeoli Kpxtt p, the fculptor, and thf Prefect of the Seine, nho orderid tin- removal of thf iiiouu in. ill on the tri 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 that certain featilles Tended the seiisllillltles of many ier ntm who went lo I'ere l.aeh.'llse. hlHteil ii'.irly two f.ir. In a letter to Holier.' P.i'ss. Wilde's literary (Mentor. At. Iell ine, the Piefect. onlereil him In Kehru ary las to remove the monument and i. ike It out of the roiintr). Aleanwhllo the niiimtin.nl was covered with tar pnnlln. Hosk lefunil and Klisteiu. the sculptor, nnie fiom limiou and tore off thf emer iti, Al. Pillnii"y itranteil those respon ihle for the monument fifteen das Krnce to carry out his order and iieeo tintlons lonkltn to n comtuoinlsf were I 'liun. Kp"teln tlnall consented to add lie traditional Hk leaf to the Itahylonian '.Kin.' foriniiiK pait of the monument ami the ditllculty was overcome. (in the hase of the monument Is this inaiTiptlou : "Aiul alien tenrs will fill for 1dm Pllj'ti lone l.rnketi urn; HI. in.iurnerM will 1 outiast nin. Ami ..titciist al ays minirn " WRECK VICTIMS TOTAL 32. President nml Aline. Poliietire Visit Melon, Srrne of Arrlilnit. Paws, Nov. S. Twenty-four bodies had ben removed to-day from the debris of tin railroad wreck near Aleluu, where 'he .Marseilles-Paris express collided last night with another train. The Indica tion" ate (hat thirty-two persons were l lied, IV.r ten hours during the night Cnpt. Amic of Lyons, mortnlly hurt, was pinned :nwn beneath the tender of the express iraln Doctors cared for him na far a inssihle, and he continually begged them lo end his life. He was quieted with morphine and died before ho could be extricated, President Polncare abandoned a hunt intt trip niieduled to start to-day, and with Mine. Polncare visited the scene of th.. wreck and watched the work of lisru. for several hours. The engineer of the express train Is 1111.hr nrtest. He admitted that the wr.'iK d due to his failure to heed a nop signal, St I'KTKiisHtiio, Nov. S. An express ti.ii on tho line between Aloscow and K f-mt has been wrecked. It Is reported 'i t tourteen persons were killed and more than a score seriously Injured. MUSTN'T TALK W NORWEGIAN. Am Isen, Pole Ulscrtvrrrr, nun Foul of Pruaslnn Offlelaldoni. fineml Cahlt Unpntch to Tilt Sun. THi'MV. Nov, 5. The authorities of S I'lenilir-Holsteln have ordered Dr. .Mnu-i,len. the N'nrweulnn discoverer of the ' pole, not to use the Norwegian Ian- gii.u'e ! nu lecture at nensmirg on .no 'ms.er K, The reason I not given, hut H sm.s..,i that the authorities fear, on . mint of the similarity between Nor "eg 'in and Danish, that Rntl-Oermanlc T'liwnt would bo aroused among the i-i-tipf r's audience, n api'nl was made to the Prussian I! ivernuieiit, but It Indorsed the action of ' ." lo ,il authorities. CHANCE DIVORCE SUIT DENIED. iililn 1 ouple Soimlit ffriiitrnflan In Furl. Ilecnnae of Incompatibility. I'AWH, Nov, E, The divorce suit of Dr. 'rev Hubert Chance and .Mrs. Alaud icuMa Itoblnson Chance of Canton. "1 to, both of whom charged coldness and ' "imp.itlhlllty, was denied to.day hy the ii. me court, which ordered that each pay half of the costs of the action. The Milt ha been pending for more than a year. Airs. Chance Is believed to be In New York at the piesent time. When In Paris Hie resides at the Hotel Majestic, llefore - i.-i.iei. in me jiuiri .uhjcxiii;. iumi Hie mutrled Dr. Chance she. was the widow ol James A. King, lumberman. a wealthy Chicago DAUC0URT IN BUCHAREST. Aviator Cover Another 130 Mile In farU-Calro Flight. tscfaf Cable, Beeeateh to Taa BD. BUCHAREST, NOV. 5, DaUCOUft. the frncl, aviatir teaohed Duchareet to-day J" hl Might' from Paris to Cairo. Ho nd his !,...er,..r nmi. .rrlvert in aood We have rendered Complete Service for every occasion, at any place de sired, for over fifty years. TKI.KI'IIONK ISjn Mt'firtAY HIM. 5th Avenue, at 46th St. MANY THINK YUAN WILL BE DICTATOR t'liincfc I'residpiit's lU'crcc Cinises Orrntcst Simisii tion f Hetfinie. filifcitil i'nhlr nrtiHitrS lo Tnr Su. Pkkix, Nov, r.. The deercf Issu.-d hy Pifsldent Yuan Shlli-k'nl isteiday ills Holvltu the Kiinniliitanc, the l,ir(est',irty In the Assemhly, ami deprlvlnR the meni- hers of their seats In Parliament tins caused the Ktentest sensation of his reiilnie. It Is denounced evi l y where as unconstitutional anil ninny rcKiird It as Inltl.itliiK a dictatorship. The iloerce Is taken as evidence that the Piesldent's aim Is to remove all opposition lo his demand for the fullest power. A mandate was Issued to-day explalnlm; the dissolution of the KtiomlntatiK. tt l."! prohahly the longest document ever Issued hy the central Kin eminent. It truces the iillt'Ked consilracy of tho association, the meiiils'is of which coni"osed the "trotiKest hiidy In Parliament, to overthrow the (o eminent and cites many nlleKrd proofs, Inculpatltu; Ir. Sun Vat-sen. (Sen. lluatfslm: and other prmnlneiit southern le.nlt rs. Some of the unseated memliers of Par liament had treaoiahle corresisindence with th rebels In the south, hut many of them are titulimhtedly Innocent. In any case all have liecn accused and con demned without an opisirtunlty of refut ing the ch,ires. Kxperlenced forelfjners here Kenerally admit that the Parliament of younK China Is hopelessly Incompetent and that Yuan's demands for a rernnstlttitlon of the As semhly arc reasonable and necessary, hut tiiey have serious. mlsRlvhiRS as to the result of the President's method of ohtalnltiK his own way. which has alienated the whole southern revolution ary movement and made the establish ment of Presidential control In the south Inconceivably difficult. So'ne persons liken the situation here to that In .Mexico and speculate on the possibility of nn American protest. It is said that Sun Vat-sen and Ms party are on the way to WaehinKton. where It Is expected that tney will arrive shortly. DENIES KRUFPS GOT FAVORS. rnsalnn Artillery' (tHIeer Snyn (io erniilrTit TreMtril All Alike. ,l'rri,lt CtiMr llrHpittrK tn Tin: ?l.f. llKlil.IN, Nov ."i. A high orTlcff of the Prussian artillery was on the stand to. lay nt the trial of Alaximlllau llrnndt and into Kcclus on a charge of brihhU at my officers to betray secrets to enable the Kiupp armament works to obtain ordnance contrnet. He testllled regard ing the llovernnieiit's dealings with tin ordnance firm, saying they were hbntical with those-with other firms, the prices offered by competitors never being re vcaleil to the Krupps. None of the witnesses has been exam Incd under oath so far. hut It has been decided that hencefotth all witnesses must he sworn with the exception of Von Aletten, Atnmuardt and three directors of the Krupp tlrm, Hoetger, Dreger and Aluehlon, who apparently are suspected of complicity in the alleged bribery. DROP CORNWAIXIS-WEST SUIT. I. nil) Randolph Churchill's Protested Hill Cause Much oaalp. Special Vahle tttipatch to Tnr. Sis. London. Nov. 5. Clenrce Cornwallls- West's refusal to pay a bill of $1,000 for the decoration of his residence In Norfolk street, on the ground that the order was given hy Lady Handolph Churchill before she entered suit for divorce against, mm, him Incensed Lady Itandolnh and her son, Winston Churohlll, First I-ord of the Ad miralty, according to gossip around the law courts, and lth have Indulged in some plain speaking to Cornwnllls-Weirt. The nult brought by the Lenygon Com- panv against Cornwallls-West ha twen settied by the payment of the bill. It Is not known who paid It. POPE RENEWS PUBLIC SERVICE. Attend lleqnlem Maaa nn AnhlTer anry of Predecessor' Death. Sprdal fable Vfpoteh to Tna Sch. Homf, Nov. 6. Pope PIU8 attended public service to-day for the first time since his Illness in April last, Cardinal Vlnceiuo Vnnnutelll celebrated a requiem mass on the anniversary of the death of n XIII. In the Hlitlne chapel. Pope Plus wns apparently not ratiguen hv the service, which lasted an hour. He i,y the service, which lasted an hour. walked nnd knelt without aid and blessed the catafalque In n strong voice. NEW PARIS THEATRE CLOSED. ChnmpaF.lraera Opera House Qnlta for Lack of Fonda. fptcial Cable DttpatrS to Tne Scs. Paiiis. Nov. fi. The Theatre ilea Champs Klysees has been closed for lack 1 u i n:.lirlel ANtrue. the director. paid off bis staff yesterday and It Is re-i 1 ... - .1 . . I . Jl I I ported tnni .m. uHiuiaiu, m um um" -rector, of the Opera, will take over the theatre. TO CREMATE COLLIER'S BODY. Widow of American Author Arrlvca In Copenhagen. " tpedal Cable Iteipttch to Tnu Son. Coi'l.NHAGK.V, Nov. 6. Mrs. Price Col ii-- uii.tntv nf the American author who "- . :. . .... ii.i died suddenly on Monday In t he lnti of Kunen, arnveo nere iuujr ii The body will be cremated here. FLEET NEAUN0 0IB1ALTAR. Wireless Proas WroaalaaT Say a Shins Are OsT Portasaese' Coaat. nisRALTAJt. Nov. 6.' A wireless measaira from the United fltateii "leahlp WJo 1 mln rctvn hen -y , battleship fleet la off the const of PortUKiil WILSON VIEWS VOTE ! AS INDORSING TARIFF, Lemlprs T.nnk On Xow Yin.1 l F n JtcsuR ns THiimpli for Administi'iition. IM.OURKSSIVKS fl.VTl KI KI J I RcpiiMlenns Assert Tlicir Split Piirty Wiis Cmisc of Dcm ooi'iitic Success. WAdlllNnToy, Nov. B, President WIN non ami his arty itsst'i-lntcs were happy over the result of yeRteiil.tv'c I'teetloitK In New Jersey, MassachtiKftt, Marylanil nml Koine other States. They ncrept the results as Indorsement of the I'r. sl.h nt on the tariff and other Important iUc Hons. It Is the general expectation that the President will now assume a more hk Ktcssive attitude In deinnndlli! .Iinme dlate action on the hanklni; and cur rency hill. New York was the only spot on the political map win re the Pre-ddeiit's putty met ii revet sc. and this was atttibutid ...,n,..n- i., m,. TiiiMoiimi l-sue as pi-. sented' bv John A. lUniifSsy and Will- i..,., v!,iii- IVIv.it. lv AilniPil'tratlon leaders riKaril the success of the fusion I ticket In New Yolk cll as luidlnK to t the Adnilnl-trntlnti triumph for the rea son that John Purtoy Alltchel had the moral support of the Pnsldent. Chief Interest atnoni: I ) mocratic lead ers here etitred In the party situation in v...v York In their opinion this Is the otii.oitune time to clean house in tliat i Mi.itn nml I'leiiiilnir house as they view- It mentis the elimination of the pres. nt j Tammany leadeishlp. j It Is believed that tile .viniiiusir.un"! i ..in ..i... ii. -niii,,, it to those who wilt utidfrtal.e thf task of dipo-inK Aluipliy. i The Adminlstiatlon of coutse win noi ,..... ,,i,..,. unr on the Tammany or gatiUatlon. but Its slnHh will be with, anv movement for the undoing of the .Murphy leadership. .o Wllaiin Messime to Mllelirl. it was noted that Presldi lit Vllon did not send a nnssage of cotigratuiaiiou y Air. Alltchel. or at least be lias not mane one public If It has I n .lespaicn.-o. The prediction Is made that he will not send a message of this character to Alltchel. Tbl la taken to mean tuai mi' i resi dent will not at present do ati thing to give affront to the great ooo "i crats who represent the New .rk city Democracy, hut he is UM'iy ihim- y lilaln later that the Mate leaoersnip should undergo a reorganisation. The belief prevails tnat .iaor .un n. i, the Collector to be appoinifi o. i President and possibly i'.ov. llnn will be found ncting ns advisers to the Presi dent In the work of reorganizing the pnrtv In the city and State of New York Dudiey Field Alalonc. Senator . or man's son-in-law. is being talked of favorably for Air. Alltchel's pl.ue as Collector of the Port. Hi lends of Senator O'Oorman. who sup ported Judge AlcCall. asserted that under no circumstances would the Senator ac cent the place nt the head of th' Tam many organization In the event of the ,.tirement of .Murphy. It wan recallfl i.v th.. Senator's friend" that he had all ..noortiuiltv some years ago lo take the ..1 i.ot Hint In. refused It, I'T" ' .... - ,., Me It was apparent inm . O'Cormans frlenus nan iane.i on the sunjecv i .-. ',",' "' thf Impression that he would not con sider the matter. I Prouresslvea Profes I'.IhIIoo. The showing of the Hull Aloose partv 1 in Tuesday's elections was the subject or ) parties. Progressive lea.iers punrr.-. .1 to be elated over the results. Hepubllcnns lnlsteii tnai ui.- em.. showed the Democrats are sun 111 11.- mluority and that tneirs wouio " majority If It were not for the .x islenee of the Progressive party opinions dlffeicd as to the significance of the election so far as the Hull Aloo-e are concerned. It was pointed out that, the (Mbcrnatorlui candidate of the new party ran second In Massachusetts, hut I that the Prngressh.. candidate in N w Jeroey came In thlid. more than 1(iii,immi votes' behind the returns of a year ago. 1 The Hull Aloose candidates for .Mayor , In Louisville and Indianapolis nnscn nm their Itepubllcan opponents, the latter run iilng second In each Instance. The Pro ..Ivm also nolnted out that they wiiub hold the balance of power In the Alasea- t chusetts Legislature and have a fair rep resentatlon In the New York Assembly From a Itepubllcan standpoint the phllosophv of the situation was expressed In these words by ltepreentatlve Mann of Illinois, the minority Douse leader. "The election returns seem to show that the Democratic party Is still a mi nority party, but will be successful In some degree as long a the different faction of the Itepubllcan party keep on fighting each other." Maya Bull Aloose I Here to Stny. Heprcsentatlxe Walters of Pennsyl vania. "e "f ,m" Mo"'"' leader. "''Wei have cause for gratification We have shown we are here to stay. We had a share In the victory In New York city and our candidate In .Massachusetts ran ahead of the Hepubllean candidate. With plan of organlzallon that are now being perfected we will do better next "'itepresenlatlve Doremus of .Michigan, chairman of the Democrat!.' Congress committee, said: "The elections are gratifying. The re suits In New Jersey and .Massachusetts, two of the strongcHt manufacturing States, are particularly significant. Coming on the heels of a general revision of tin tariff they Indicate that manufacturing Interests are nut apprehensive of the effectH of the new tariff law. "Another striking Instance of the trend of public opinion ns regards the tariff Is In the third Alassachusetts district. Last vear Wilder, llepubllenn. carried the district by more than 3,2011 plurality. This time Paige. Itepubllcan. carried It i.e nnlv tnr. nlurnlltv." ".Many Hepubllcnns were elected to puh- I JImericaiDfosieri For 41 years the standard in quality fit satisfaction All fabrics all weights For men. women and children Leading Storci Everywhere Look for thin label wa"W Uie0V American UNDERWEAR lie olllces now helil hy Democrats," salil llepnsnilatlVf Womls of lown, clis.lrinan of (he llepuhtlcaii CoiiKress committee. "In other woid", there has heen a Ire momlouii Itepiihllrnn Kuln nml a tiemcn ilnus Democratic loss In tin) illHtrlctn where elections weie held thli year cnmpareil with tho last elect lcn,' "The election KtreliKtlu neil the iteptib. llcan pnity at the foundation and at the ...... ..i...., i,. i. ...in i... .i... ii.. iii'i Kt-n.'i hi jn-i'i i ,ii ii. iiii ijii.K.ii i.i.-.ii Kft con! t nl of the majority of the Htale. iiiltnlliltintlolix ,ih well as of PoiiBirss, Week lias Unites fur Future, Senator Weeks of .!ns.ii'huetl.s salil: "The fle''!lnn In MaHMarhusi'tts wiim i tiorili.il oti" Walsh and l-"os polled the onlliiiiry Deinoi rath' vote, hut tho total ItepuMleiiu mid l'rourelve vole far i x ceedeil tho victor's. We will net loRether, I hope, next year and tlm return will then show n different result." "We can fVpect lU'lllocratlc victories as lone as Hie Itepuhllc.ms aro spilt," said Senator Norrl of Nehraska, a I'm Kiffilvi'. "I am hopeful of a union of the faction", hut I cannot say how soon It will he i rfectut." "The Ailmlnl'Mrntlnn hnuld he hluhly tirn tilled at the lesult of the tlectlons eitywhete," said S.Miator Kern of lnd. ana. the Deinocrallc Senate leader, "I do not see how we rould poS"llily have ,A'' J;;'M(!J',,,rriPli , the W i"hlnpton hf.idiiu.irteis of the liemociiitlc National i'limin ttee said : "The "pleiidlil Deniociallc vh torles vcs. tetda were nn liidorsfinent of Prelileut WIIon and his Administration, but the fact should lint be overlooked that the new tariff hill, which Itepnl.tlciin speakers and pms, predicted would htl.wt dWaster I I'lse show that there was no Jutltlcatlo:i for thf cry of Hepnlill'- in speakers In the Itonse and S nate tint bulni s d" piesslmi and disaster would lesult fiom (lie pns.iui' if a real tat Iff revision measure LONDON COMMENT ON ELECTION. Press ('nils It Triumph for llenti ;. eminent In Ne.. Vrl. i r.ihl, i,.;if. I- .. Tin. "is I.oni.o-. Nov. '. The fsiilt of the ,ew inri t'lini'iiii i" n 'n ' n,inii.ii 'for lifan itovi nuneiit in tin i.onunu press thl" moinliii'. altliouuh several n ws papers sa that T.iminanv Is not t. illv ' lit. lead, and will t tut ti to power Sffimfnnf says that the lesult ni"iins a long exclusion of Tainuiany fiom power, and continues: "its defeat iinphasl7.es the detei initia tion of the s'lonuvst and best lenient to enforce a higher st.indatd of ':'! re spntiMhllitv and a less onlial tone In public life" 'Hie i.ild .lnll fears the tiiuinph of the fllslonlsts Is epheinelal. "Tainuiany," It i. "has loo often resuscitated after buri.il to allow any one but all optimist to believe It Is dead now ' The fbilh; i7ioiilc sals; The fusion victory im! only iiusl.es the .t citadel of uniieali politics in tne I'lllteil Mat.s. but It will give a tteineti- doll!. iTi'tinlse to the new p.Mnocinev which alieadv has placed Mr Wilson In the White House and s ins de.Mln. d to transfotin the whole Internal and e. ternnl politics of the 1'nltMl States." Tile 7'llM' s'll s "It Is a gi.itifvi.igsnic.es f,i- ui'inl.'.pil purlt. but It '- doubtful If th.- fusl uiHis would have won if Tatnni.inv had mi; fallen out with hivnor and Suler. It is Snlrer s vh torv as will as fusion's. The faihlon In winch he turned the l.ihle on Aluiphv .s pl.ii.mt and ill .iui.it!.-. Lit' m linoiial eh mete In the fiav n 'Wh it loiouat'S V in the hi..,id. r signi nc of the r.ult. an 'utes of corruption uriwlnie will I rejoice at the crn-hiiu rchuf, b it stmh n's i m nienean im Inn s w .11 not be Kanuu ni t tin ib f it l i" in npent The Ihnt'i Te'i'ai tilt ,i! It Is not a e- r SWIM Mmi TMBS WIB TWHJIS. I'M aavM--raiaaiaa aataMaMfei. ' t 1 U -7 bTbTbbt mm t bTPb1 aTaV aTaTM araata 45-ami i L-v iaavPsas, i nsnurlnr slcn thnt fiulrcr ! nmonff the victors. Tim tiifw .Vein exnects the. resurrection of Tnmmnny, following the disintegration of the rcfin in element. BULL MOOSE AIDED DEMOCRATS. rtiry (lot l.lttle In Inillnnn. hut Split Iteiitilillrnn Vote. " iNtiiANAfoi.ts. Nov. f.. C'omnletn re- turns from yesterday's elections show that the Progressives were a tacior in the defeat of tho Itepubllcan, hut that they were tumble to do much for them selves. In twenty cities In which the I "minerals elected mayors, the combined Ptonresslve and Itepubllcan vote was greater than that cast for the Demo iratlc candidates. The Democrats elected In forty-eight Important places, tho He publicans In twenty-one, the ('Itlien In twelve and the Progressives In four. Comiyired with last jenr the slump In the Progressive vote was Inrpe, being T.'i to ?n per ent In some places In tlni larger (itlea tho Socialist vote shows a nuiiked decrease. 0. 0. P. LOSES BAY STATE HOUSE. l'rouresl es to Hold Hnlnnee r I'oiier In Alnoiiehnsetts. IIosto.v, Nov S. Dflaed teturns from yoteiilay's election Indicate more clearly how sleeping the Democratic victory was. Not only iva tin- entile State ticket uc eessful, but the l.egllatillf l mote neatly Detnoi'iatli' than cut befote. The Pro ulesslves hold the balance of nower. file Senate will comprise 22 Hepubll-I ., 1 ' " 1 .:. " , miJ . Iti'liUbllcan Ptesldetit of the Senate, hut for the III st time since the Hepubllean luitv was iiiuatilzeil it will not cotitiol the House. Ptfs'detit I.evl nnetiwoiid of the Senate was ibffaliil by Kdward N.Sibley of Ash Imi till int. a Democrat. Many of (Item- ' litem- i efeat to I lied for f wood' follow i rs attribute hi defi the suffi.igi tti s, lni campaign S-bley WILL BUILD 10,000 COTTAGES. tin eriiiiieiit's lloiislim cliiine tinooiieil. 'Ii'i ml I tllilr llrtMh i In Till Si n Luskin. Nov .,. Presiibnt Ituticiiinili 1 iif the Ito.ild of llducatlon announced In ' a speech at Huntingdon this evening that i the I'.overnment's first st p In Its housing scheme will be to build ln.Oiio rott.iges for l.iboieis at a cost of $7,r.iio,tinn AMERICANS WIN BALLOON CUP. I 're ii eh ero I'lllll lille I psoo First ' nod Hone "fit ".eeoii.l I'lnee. ! ... . '"'"'. ""!"" '. '" T",:. S,N ., , I'M'.is. Nov .. - rhe I ren. h Aero I ill. i announced this evening that the (oribui ll.nnett Cup has been won for ll'l.l h lialph rpsoti, the American balloonist. wun I inneyw en, ine inner .viuericaii com. petltor. s lid. ENVOY TO SPAIN ROBBED. I ol. W'llliiril, first inhnssnilor, , l.o.e. Miiel, .leiielry. AImumi., Nov .. -Col. Wlllard. the , AniTlcan Ambassador, has lost Jewelty , valued .it several thousand dollars, accord. nm 10 a report mane m me ponce i.i-.iay An Investigation has hei ordereit. ' Tlif police were notllled of the los.s of tin JewiN by the innnager of the Hotel' I'abicin. win re the envoy Is stopping. Mllelifl to Spent, nt Dinner. Mavor-eleet Alltchel will be the chief; speaker at the annual dinner of the Aler 1 chant Association at life Waldorf-As. t.ir'.t on Satuid.iv night. 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The builAing, how ever, U due to be completed 2 or 3 month ahead of thli date. Equitable Building Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street M. GAMBON RESIGNS. AS AMBASSADOR IN BERLIN. I'liriiHM" Fi'cncli Knvo.v t(i rnitcil1 States kins Iiml Itril liniit Ciii'cer. .tyrWitf futile ttufilth to Tnr. Sin IlKHl.tN. Nov. .". - Al. .lilies Ciiiiboii his 1 tendered his resignation to the French 1 (overtimeiit as Ambassador to (Jermany, to take effect nt tile end of December .lilies C'ainl.uii was born Apill .", ISt," lie snxeil in the Franco-Prussian war and at the "Mine time was Auditor to t In ouiiiil of State In 1n,:I he was scire tary to lien. Chanzy, !overnor-i!eiieii.l nf Algleis. He succeeded Sen I'halizv ., ism, In the Interim having been gen. eral secretary to the Prefecture of Po- j llee 111 Palis, and having succeeded his brother. Paul Cainbon, now Amh.issad.. i to liteat Hrilaln, as Prefect of the Nord. lie was also during Ibis time Piefect of the Hhone. Al. Cainbon was In Aiders until ls!7 until he entile In thf I'lllteil States 'is French Ambassndor. He made a grea' teputatlon for himself III W-hlngton and his departnie In IJn; for th, p.t . .,,., wfl, ..lerally regretted v....,.,... ,,.,. i, i, , i, .., ,,... ,.r honor nt a notable b.m.piet In Sherry's At that time Ptesidelit Hoosevelt paid lilKh tribute to him In n letter and other leading men hnro witness to the part he , had played In the relations between Prance and the rnitid States t fi ml.oli's e:,ie,.r i, I M. nl,l,l lew equallv Mncchsful and n suited In 'is promotion to the Important Ainha-.,.r. ship at llerlln There he even In. re,ied ),, reputation In the crWs of l'llfl-lfil 1. i,eIUeen France and I'.ermanv over the ,.,,,11,, f Ueimati gunboat to Agadlr ,. .1.,, . ,.,.., ,.oast. J. Cambon con- dinted himself in uch a way ns to gain the coinmend.itloii of diplomatists the world over The Kaiser's move in scniV Im- a warshln to Airadir was bltterlv re sented by France and It looked as If the serious ruptuie In their relations might end in war. ICurope was greatly ills- tut bed. nut Ambassador Cambon worked Indc fatlgably To hi calmness nnd rational statesmanship was due. In nn One Of These Men will call on You Monday, he, with 250 others, any part that breaks during that time. The Peerless Economic Gas Lamp is the highest type of lamp manufactured. It consists of a burner, the highest grade of incandescent mantle made by the Welsbach Com pany, imported heat resisting glass cylinder, chain-pull ig nition and a Verre Krasna Opaline Globe. Suitable for the Home, Office or Factory. 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Catheilne Ketchani lllake'a appl cation for alimony pending her suit fo , separation rrom Dr. Joseph A Ulal.e came on for argument again yesterdm before Supreme Court Justice Seabury and was adjourned for the fifth time, nt the request of the attorneys, until to morrow A w r asi t 1