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THE SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
'nAn action hy UnH tended to verify Mato mentM made hy Administration officials to-tiny tfiat the (tcst!on of the elimination of Hucrtu In still open aticl that th Ad mlnlatrutloti In now engngi d tit nn effort to tWBVlho" HiitI.i through nipiat suasion that It Im tho Imst thing for all concerned, inrludlns himself and Mexico, that he. rc- tt la belli veil hero that John kind li returning ti Mexico city for the purpose. tit adding his efforts to those, of Chnmo O'rmaughncesy to bring Huerta to tho point of seeing the light. Thin latest turn In tho situation w.ia taken by many hs evidence that Dlnd and the Administration "till had ground for hope that lluurtii will yield, No far M -known, however, MuerU has not Hlnnltl-cl hia Intention of changing hie nilml. but Is landing linn. Mr. Mnri undoubtedly . raturnltig to Mexico city under Instruc tions from the. President. Washington was deeply concerned to day over, unofficial report received from Mexico city t" the effect that Piosldent Huerta Is determined to rojtcl all of tho demands contained III the hint communi cation from the United tftiitm Govern went. If President Huerta Inslnts on main taining ! defiant nttl(udc, to the Insistence of Uic 1'nltcl States that be and hi followers eliminate themselves, only one court apparently will bo left for I'm si dent Wilson to pinnae. It la believed that this Oovcrnmcnt has gone too far to draw back, and that a rejection by President Ituerta of the final demand will result In Mr. Wlbon lay'ttg the entire Mexican Sroblein before Congress. While the uiiunicl.il despatches from Mexico city Indicated with a considerable degree of poslliicncss that Iluerta's mind w.ia made up. It wan learned hero that the Stale Department htm not f received .11 y llnal answer from Oen. Huerta. officials of the department still regard the question as open, and have not Clven up niipe. but It was apparent to-day that the iew.s from Mexico city was un favorable .uid depressing. According to th Information which reached Washington through outside, chan. Wis Ilutrta Is resolved to seat the Con gress chosen In the recent election". Tills Congress will of course be dominated and controlled by Huerta. Upon It will de volve the duty of declaring whether or not the Presidential election was null and void, and If It follows that course and makes arransrmrnta for another election Iluert.i. tt Is asserted, will ahldo by the decision and accept the people's choice at the polls la the new contest. Again Playing tr Tlmr. This Intimation from the Mexican Pres ident of his willingness to accept the rt au'.t of a new election Is regarded here as merely another play for time and an effort to ward off the danser now threat ening through the insistence of the United States Government. It has been made plain to President Huerta that the United States will Insist on the fulfilment of his pre-election pledges to retire and will be eatlslled with nothing less. To-day for the first time hlghAdmltils tratlon nfflcluU acknowledged that a com munication had been sent to the Mexican Government. They still Insist, however, that the representations of this Govern ment could not he characterlxed a an "ultimatum." It was acknowledged that the latest representations of this Govern ment had been In the form of Instructions to Charge d' Attain a O'fhaughncssy at Mexico city. Apparently Mr. O'Shaugh neaay, acting under these Instructions, de livered a verbal communication to Presi dent Huerta outlining thn views and do manda of the United Slates. Tho disclosure here of the form of the communication explains tho suggestions from Mexico city that President Huerta may not make a formal reply. It was Indicated very strongly from Mexico city that the nature of this Government's eom munlcatlon caller) for no other reply than fompllanne. How long the Washington .Administration will be willing to wait for this compliance Is h question that has not been settled her, but the Impression Is growing that the Mexican situation must come to had within a few days. tn Threat of I'orcr Made. Administration officials Insisted to-day that the communication to Huerta had cod tall 1 eJ no threat of force by the United Htatcf. and that this Government was rtlll engaged in attempting to settle tho tllfflctiillea entirely through moral rua wlotL Thai, however, waj tho force re Jled on by the Wilson Administration when Itu llrst programme was presented 7y John Llnd. At every turn tho policy of moral sua sion was nut ulth ti rebulT from Huerta md In whatever terms tho latent iepre tentatlons were couched, It Is undei stood perfectly well here that they will be effective with Huerta only In bo fur as they carry an tmplltd threat of force, Ilut up to thin time Huerta has given no Indi cation of being willing to yield bis ground even in the face of threatened coneoquenrea which he must have read between the Uns of thin Government's representation. The White House put an end to-day to the stnrle.. that have been circulated to the cftVvt that WlllUm lla.vurd Hale, the writer, had tieen commissioned by Frealdeut Wilson to meet Carranaa, tho leader of the t'onstltutlouallsts, and pre sent to lilm plans of action auainst Huerta with tho cooperation of the United tftates. It was said on the highest authority that President Wilson doon not know of Mr. Hale's whereabouts or tho purposo of his visit to tho Mexican border. The stories that have, ben published In regard to Mr. Jlale'n activities seemed to be based nolely on the eofticldcnco that he has appeared on the Mexican border and that at one time be gathered Information con tidcntlally In Mexico rity. Blockade Plan Discredited. Borne of the puggest'd plans which have been represented as Included in Hale's alleged mission are regarded here u rldlculout, such, tor Instance, as tho blockading of all Mexican ports by United Stateu vessel! while the Carranza followers marched on to Mexico city. It was pointed out that rueh cooperation would be an act of war In Itself and that the United Mates troops thernselvea might Juet as wr.ll cross thn hordef Into Mex ico. Another report tnat lias been In circu lation Is that Ainbror Blerce, anothtr writer, lr. heade1 fo CarranM'o camp for the purpoao of gathering Information to be laid before tho Mate Department Tho Indications In Washington to-day were that aj'ogethor too much t-trma Is totnt laid on the HUOIhood of any co uperatlon between this Onvuriiment mid the Carrania forces or the lifting of thn f.inbargo on thi exiirtatlon of arms and ummunitlon across the border. It wa biarned to-day that tho sugjres tlons In favor of this policy urn coming tiltogerther from members of Congress and that tho Administration Itself lmH no ae rlous thought at this time of opening the f.-ales for tho flowing of anus and muni tions of war Into the Carrania oamp. Huch u. rourw, It Is known now, will bo no-vt vdgorouuly npimseq tjy army officers, ho ooutUK'l tho President that the United Ktatea cvinot afford to run tho risk of throwing arms Into Mexico whteh luter might Is-, used against American troops. Kurtherrnore. to openly cspouso tho causo f Cansnra would result In the repudia tion by the present Mexican Government if thw millions f dollurs worth of elnjnis ow held by cltlaens of the United Ktates. , tm rUy awrlous aapegg of ttta altua Quality Nexer Vmrit tlon Is that there would b no certainty that Mexico would have peace and security with Carrntiz.i In tin eaddln at Mexico city. Th" Senate Committor on Porelgn He latlons had a.lonv itlstusslon to-dsy In re gard to tho Mexican situation. This ills i iiaslon dealt chiefly with the proposal to lift the emhargn on arms. A majority "f ,1... w....r i . -i... I : . .T nl' .' r' . iiw. i,.ti..r i n ,tirr,'.r n,.h ,..,.. i officers and tiinilnistr.itlnn ,nvii given their views. farranr.a Force t'lctorloos. The State Department Is In receipt of unolllclal reports from San Diego, Mexico, to the effect that there has ben sever" lighting mar Acoponeta and a victory for the Constitutionalist forces. It Ik reported also that a lis a insult of this detent for the I'-ilerals, all th- territory of 'lepio except the capital city or that legion, ale" called Teplc. the hands of the Carranza soldiers Carrnnxa has axsumed the conduct of civil a ui'il us military affairs in th.. ' Htutrt of yoiinra, nnd has l-sued a verbal ! Gtneral n telegram front (It'll, l'aseual order that tho exinirt taxes from that I (roxco, who commanded the Immedlato State will heri-nfter be p.iitl at par, return of the Torraxas party to Chl eltber In gold or sliver The Hat money , liualiuti. Although Gen. Terraxaa carried l-ssueil by the h'onoru HUite Government i a j.ibort from Gen. Salvador Mcrcudu will still be acceptable, for tnx.s on Im-1 giving him iiermlaslon to oomo to the taTls. , border. h waa forced to return to the The htato Department has received , capital. Information from Vent Cruz thnt thei liuertlsta soldiers uic pn serving order In Monterey. As te as November 3 rail- road communication out of Monterey had not been reestablished, but Gen. Tellex. the Federal commander at that point, htix been granting perml"loti to persons desiring to depart overland. William W. Canada, the Aimrican con sul at Wrn Cruz, hna reported thnt Manuel Madero and bis family had not leen at Vera Cruz and were net taken through that city eti route to the capi tal. He leported, howeter, that it is known that the Mudeios uie now In Mexico cltj No change Is contemplated In the con centration of naval forces of the United States In Mexican waters. Vt the N-vy Dcpaitment tt was explained by those high In authority that tht force In the Gulf of Mexico and on the r.ielfi.- stde for tho present at least would sutllc and that contingencies nc-osMtatliig a j further Incrcasu scuiud for the prctent I unitKel' CARRANZA MAY JOIN HUERTA. Mexico City llrnr He Jin saK1(,..tecl Temiorr Trni-e, Mi:xiro Citv tvU Vera Crtu). Nov. 6. In responsi. It Is believed, to a message from Gen. Huerta a message wn re ceivvd hI the National Palace to-day and made public, proposing, on the part of Gen. Carranza and the Constitutionalist army, an agreement looking to h tem porary truce. No secret whs made of tht Idea that the supposed truce would bo for the pur pose of Joint action In resisting ny warlike step that may be taken by the United Slates. The capital has accepted I til's Carrana message as authi ntlc, and official circles, are repoiltd as already busy perfecting Initial plans lor the meet ing of a commls'dori oi six. presumably to be held elsewhere than In Mexico city. Another development of the tense situa tion rnme this afternoon when what is regarded as an ntt'inpt upon Ifuerta's life nui mado by an unidentified man. The provisional President was driving along the Atzeapntzalcn Cniivw.iv at the time When hcHrrlvod at the agricultural school the man sprang from the shadows and seized Ills hortcs by tho bridles, at the same time flourishing an automatic pistol. The frightened animals reared and mie of them struck Iho man with his ho"ts, Injuring him budl. He was anestod, but is said to bn In it d)ing condition. It was said at the I'ah.ce nrly this'lhit many ihipnieiitx havf "ifouc u,ir.i" evening that Gen. Huerta probably would have to defer Ms customary evening meeting with tho newspaper correspond ents. In the wko of Hutrla's refusal to re tire at the bidding of thu Cnlted States the papers to-day treat tho subject very brielly, tlwtr stand apparently being In spired fioni tho Nstlon.il I'alscc. How ever the attitude of tin public continues unchanged and the nntl-Aluerlciti bitter netw Is Increasing steadily. Despatches to 'I fuimri'bil and HI Hit, morning papers here, from cor respondents III northern Mexico quote Venustlano Carranza as saying that he will not accept the armed aid of the t.'nlted Htates, hut will unite with tho federals against the invader. Carranza Is reliably reported to have approximately 45,000 men under arms. Correspondents with the Federal army under Gen. Juvenclo Holder, campaigning against Kmlllano and Kufemlo .ipata In the southern Htates of Morelos and Guerrero, have wired tho papers hero that the Zapntlstiis have offered their services otal those of their men to the Federal commander In case of a fore.lKU oar. Tim Zapata brothers control be tween So.O'iO and 1'i.ouo men, till mounted and all well united 1'rovlslonal President Huerta has a Federal army, widely scattered but still loyal, of nearly iWi.non trained soldiers, niraler, Stato police and volunteers. In ever) town of more than Inhabitants In the republic there Is at least one com pany of men. which has hen drilling for nearly six mouths, following an offer made. h all the .lefeo politico!! of the Knitted-fabric Overcoats are the season's smartest novelties; their popularity will be widespread next season; why not get yours now? Fall weight, $25 and 5?30. Winter weight, $32 to $40. The heat wearing soft, rough fabric that we know of. rountry to provldo trnlned men "for thn ' defence of Mcxlso should a foreign foti Invndu Hm Isiundarles " REBELS ATTACK CHIHUAHUA' Jnarea Federals Send R een force mruli to Besieged City, Kf, T'aso, Tex., Nov. -Plghtlng Is re ported In Chihuahua to-nlght, although no verification can be obtained from Keder.il or rebel sources. The battle Is said to have. Marled yceterdaj with a sl;lrmlli at Mania Kulalla and continued durlnv the night. Miguel Dlebotd. acting Consul here, received messages from Gnv.-tien. Mer endo at ChlliUHhua to-day sajlnr that the enemy was approaching from thu 1 south and outhwest. I The olllclals In Juarez admit thnl th battle may be In progress but say that they Imve no details. A troop train left I .luarex at oVlo"k to-nlght for t'hlhuahu.i city anil Is carrying reinforcements fur tho Federal garrison. The drst reports received here were that Villa and his rebels had been defeated al Santa Kulalla with heavy losses, but no vcr Mention Is possible, ni the telegraph ulf H In tlii) control of the mlllliiry audi Is closely censored. Although expected In Juarez for the last three days, a refugee train from the State capital has not put In an appear ance. The train Is retiorted to have left Chihuahua threo days ugo. Gen. Castro said at the time that tt was probably tho last ono which would get away before the .. . anacK. There are few foreigners left in Chi- liunliua. tho majority of them having h! ready made their way to tho border. Many Mexicans of tho bolter class have alen left tho danger zone. An Ineffectual attempt to get out of Chihuahua city was made to-dny by lieu. Luis Terraxiva. a wealthy land owner of Chihuahua, according to Mexicans who arrived In Juarez on a f rnlght train from thn capital. A special train bearing thn entire T-iraraa family left the capital and started fur Juarex. When the train icached Moclczumj. 112 miles south of H , .lu.tre, it wax lialtud by a Federal or Gen H'.'ir. commanding a detaclunent of too men stationed there. Thltt officer asked Terrazax to ullght and showed the old CARRANZA AIDS SEEK HALE. Ilellrir Him to Be Wilson's LIiiToy to ronstltntlnnallata, Tfcsos, Ariz., Nov. . William Bayard Hale, who was reported to be tho cutis sarj of J'resldent Wilson to Gen. Venus tlano Carranza. Is so elusive thut not evin Constitutionalist agrnti aro ablo to thai him. Men who say they have been sent by tho rebel leader from Hermoslllo aro alter nating between Tucson, Nogalee, Douglas and other liorder iHiints trying t" find Mr. Halo without success. They do not think he has gone into Interior MiiUco. I Dr. Halo arrived at Tucson a. wi ek I ago to-day and registered at the leading hotel nu William Hale. New York. Ill i Identity did (not become known until I after lie hail depurted on Tuesday morn ing. H" stored all his baggage at the inllro.nl station. Instructing the express ugent to hold It until orders were re ceived to forward It. The Intimation w.it that tie would bo heard from on I'rlday or Saturday. Constitutionalist leaders heard of Dr. It. lie's advent and they nte on u hot search for him iioh, Thinking ho might be In Nngnles they have sought him there but In vain and then they have gone further east over vat lous railroad lines. l'ellx A. Sumrnerfleld, who was a press agent for Francisco Madero in the tlrst revolution. ndmltt that he is here to niiet .Mr Halo but ha ben unable to locate htm. 8ummnrtleld haa been with Carranza this summer. WAR RISK RATE ADVANCES. BO Per Cent. Increase deported ty I ndertvrlters. War risks In Mtxlco during the last few days have advanced i"0 per icnt. or over, according to lusuranra underu rlters who make a bin.liuss of Insuring corn modltlts shipped Into war zones. Th rate on goods shipped to Mexico has fir some tlm been quoted at from I per cent to 2 pi r cent. It has now hdvancol from 1 ! per cent, to 2ij pr cent. Frederick Chubb, of Chubb .V Sone. agents for London l,toyd"s, "tu'eii .vister dav that the late as now ipioted varied conslderablv , according to the commodity Insured. Gil steel tails, he said, it noulil be very low, but on perlshaldn good- It might be even higher than 2- per cent. Ho addrd that his firm had refused to quote auv rates on munitions of war to be shipped to Mexico, As vet Chubb & Sons have hail verv few claims called to their attention on good" shipped to .Mexico, but It is stated nun it win ne impos"inie to learn ror en inn time whether the) have lwen o-t or not. AMENDMENTS PROBABLY WIN. Ilonbt at Clr rlnli Coneernlns; Only (Ine of 1 hem. Th" four amendments to th f-tut Con Mltutlon which wen- presented ti the vot ers on Tuesil. nppe.n- to have oiie throiuh, aivonllng to returns tabulated at the C'ly Cbih. Kole rt S. Ilhilnid, se. ret.uy of thu et.iii, s.ild Inst n gal tnat then- seemed to I, no doubt with p-ganl to an.v of ihem, except on that providing lor nsiro Judges In Kings Hunt. He relied on n big vote In Kings to tarry it through along vv tn the other. GAVE NEARLY ALL TO CHARITY. Mrs. Murray Willed Only .Mrmratnes to Hrlatlvr. The will of .Mary .1 Murrn), who died on October ''!.' la.M, le.iviv. practically he entire "tnte to leu religion, and to chart. table organisations. She dis tributed her I i. .( ..a. i,.it i .... ,i ' ' " ii, !- v.1- .ni'i i lu,' ',.' .ion ii'Tii niiii ine ri'iu.i iihk r or her eitato he tnrniil inln money and the proceeds divided iqiiall)' ntnoiig the fol lowing ; Woman's Hospltiil. Prel terlan Hos pital, Soolety for the Pleventlon of Cruelty to Children. Association for fin. proving Ihe Condition of the ir. Hoard of Home Missions and tile Women's Hoard of lirlgii Missions of tin Presbyterian Church, Working Girb Vacation Society and New York City Mls'tmi and Tr.ic't Soclfttv THE RIGHT TIME TO INVEST It I hard to know when to buy mott forms of Investments. You hope to get them before blgrlse, but that hope Is seldom realized. Any time you hare money Is the tune to buy our guaranteed mortgages. There Is no question about their safety and you can Invest even so small a sum as $10 a month with the protection of our guaranty. No investor has evtr tost a dollar capital S Surplus, 9,000,000 l70B'war,N.T. 173Rrmm!MM B'kljn. 350 ration 8U Jamaica. TO LEAD GUARDSMEN General Now in Washington Conferring Willi Offieers at War Col luge. REGIMENTS READY TO MOVE Colonels Not Advised Who Might Go. hut All Arc Anxious for Service. Mnjor.-Gen. John V. O'Rynn. tho com manding ofllcer of tb National Guard of this State, Is attending the War College In Washington ami Is familiarizing him self with problems which have to do with a posible war with Mexico, tf war comes and Guard regiments are sent from this State Gen. 0'ltun will go to Mexico as the commander of a brigade. This is the opinion of Guard officers to whom u reporter for Tub Sun talked )esterday. They said that Gen. O'Hynn, having been for several years under tha observation of rxiert of the United States army, stands higher with tho Wur Department than pirh.ips any other Na tional Guard commnndor In the country, and that undoubtedly tho General will bo called on for active service If Mexico Is In v tub (L Three months ago ho went to the War Collego to prepare himself wltn General StafT men and regular officers who may have tho direction of an In vasion. There aro only two men In the State who know positively what orders havo been received from Washington concern ing the possible service of troops from this State. Due Is Gov Glynn, tha Com mander In Chief of the Guard; the other Is the active commander. Gen. O'Ttynn. The Colonels of various regiments which may be sent havo as )et no deiinlte new, but most of them hope that they and their riglni-nta will have tho opportunity for active, serlcc. (ietltiiK on War Mrengrth. A Guard oltlerr said to a reporter for Tun Sf.v at Uic Madison Square Garrtci Military Tournament last night "Tho situation so far as we are con cerned Is Just this: The. Brigadier-Generals and the Colonels havo been advlsnl ntioillclally and Informally to lecrult tlmr rtglments to tin full complement and to attain tho highest efficiency so that they could lie used If their servlco were neces sary to the country. "We have a notion that a full brigade will b- sent from this State under the command ot Gin. O'ltyau himself. There has been win. talk that the .seventh and the Twelfth ittgiinenls will be Ineludco. in the biigatle There has been talk also thsl the Forty. f veiith of Hrooklvn ha" a chance. It Is considered IIUil; that part of the First Civalr.v. prol.al.lv old Sun olruii A or Squadron 11, will be eint. "une tbinu i certnln. tnen won't ho any nimble almut getting our men to go. We believe that at least v;, j,(.f cent- -ire e.inc for ,v i-lianei to ticht." Cot Darnel Appleton of the Seventfi Keginieiit .inl that he li.nl reeed no coniniuiilcatlon from the War Department as in how iiianv nun h mid put m the Held. Ho said that sii' h communication, would go to l ii'h ii'ltyali i ol. Cl.irelice S. W..ilsworth of tin Twelfth Ibglimut h.'iij no word ft illl tl-lllligloli Hi be lieved that no r -in . of li n iilnii lit would lake the tlehi Iteuular lleuiiiii nl lo Mnir, Two rigliiieii'i et reutibir cavalry on duty In th l.'i p it tiiM iit of the am now under milrs for the horde-, Tho Tenth Cavalrv, negro troops, at Fort Htlian Allen, Vt , will come to Hum elf and t.n.vril n tranjii.rl for i ;.ilvt"-tou. The l'lfli entb Ctivnb J, r l-i I i,im 1 tit I'n -t Mver V;i . will i.mm wkIiu. i U il,i." t'or Hit botile l Govi rnor Khun) ;t whs said Hint llii iroenui'i i.t these t loops w .i i inline m.itiir, 1 1 ,t t the Tenth and I'l'leeMh weie sent south to relieve the Se 'oml and Twelfth Civnlrj. which have had wearisome ervleo. METZ GOES TO EUROPE. ntlilnw Aaalnsi Vlnrpli), hot Pro puses n .New I ten I, Herman A Metr., the Tammany candi date for Comptrollrr, salleil )eterdny bv the North Geiinan Dlovd liner Kron prlnzessln Ci-ill. He declanil tljat h wa not running ;iw i; brcaus.- b.- ri H .or, III. difciit hut 'bit In had buslni s to .lllellil o oli t!l otll.T till. Air .Met, also bid mine remarks to nifke .iIhiiiI his future .'itlltuih as a Tain many man toward the organltatinii. If" l li.ivii nn Krii'ii;e .-iirniiis'i .wr .viur- pu I hi r i ociieve mere ougui to ne a cnangt i nave noimii ag.im.-t Mr Muipli) He mver hat, asKuI me to iliijmn anything I thouglit I cnuin not do lint Tamni my has become a sort of bugaboo to frighten voters 'iinumntiy and Mur- phy has been the cry against the Deinoc- racy and there should be a change" Mr. Mefj had Ihenj rellcctluns to utter on tho elctloti "The same bunch of rr formers who b. t us on Tueda: bus been working tin sentiment for some Htm past against Tammany Hall by using the t run 'thieves,' 'crookii,' 'gralters.' Taniman.v must orgtiniie an educational campaign to show that II Is ns honest as any other political organization In the counti), Democracy will lie more united Hum ever alter this setback with a chango In 1 1 .1 , k-iok-is,,,,,. "The fusionisls represent no party, merely a union of forces thai cannot lust, 1 ooi 10 n i' 111,. i'iii ij riioiin' i in.itl ever nt tho noxi dectlon, I shall be back in a few weeks and will get into tho fKil at once," Halley Won't It 11 11 fur liovernor. WAsliiNTirnN, Nov. C. Joseph W, Halley. former Senator fiom Texas, ib- J nlcil lo-day 11 report scut out from Tevis lust night that he was contemplating tu toring the race for ilnvcnior of Tc.at. "I urn out of pollllcH," said Mr, Halley llx-Scnatnr HaMc) has opened 11, law of Into in Washington unci Is associated with oua of hia aonav WERNER IN LEAD BY LATEST RETURNS Republicans Claim Pluralities in tho Fonr Missing ConnficH. P.AHTTiETT CLOSE BEHIND No Final Figures Yet. in tho Contest for Chief Judge. The second day after etectlon did not settle the question an to whether William K. Werner or Wlilard Uartlett will bn tho next Chief Judge of the Court of Appcnls. According to the best llgurca that Tug Sfv lias obtained Jtldgo Ilartlett is I ..tlt-htl.. tn 1rm1 Hut final figures on four counties are still missing and In each of them the lie publicans claim pluralities for Judge Wer ner, enough to accomplish hla election. William Harnet, chairman of the publlcan Statu committee, drawing bis conclusions from a table of pluralities compiled at State headquarters, announced yesterday that Judge Werner bad been elected by 3.f.Sl plurality. On Wednesday afternoon Mr. Tlarnes conceded tho elec tion of Judge Ilartlett. No one disputes the election of Trunk II. Hlscock, Itepnbllcjin candidate for As sociate Jtldgo of Ihe Court of Appeals. According to Tun Sun's tlgursa, Judge Hlsoock'x plurality over Abram I. Klkus was 11,717. Here aro th figures for Chief Judge as they stood last night : Chief Judge Court of Appeals. U'emcr. Ilartlett. Hand, reuntj-. Itep. Dem. Prog. AltMtiy :nM t3l"S Mleisny WOU 2tr.; j.iiiix iwu:, xt: i:ms llnsime 5-"U M rAtursugus mtn taw iv-v C-syuga f JOf "'9 ChsuUnqua sw. t:M, ?mH ITiemunt: t7 .'.774 W7 Chenango 4U11 'JVvj MS Clinton tan :'.i :so CohimbU )7. SSOO tllO coftiond iva not ai Ileinwiirc Dutchess UKi) 7HM Krie soot: w) iroon Kiwi XfC un tlf.9 1 ran Win SMI t7 K7I Kill ten 40.-8 3U3 1747 Onesea fi ?3a 7vi (irecne HIW ncos :a) llArQltt4IQ .., ......... .... Iferklmex 4Mt 4707 JpfTervon T7M 17H twt Klnrs saw i ?:?) 2SI JT . . Mvuigsmn SV Tjm ws Uion ("I 3113 !'.! Mnlllee : t77 770.1 Moii i so men- eoJ7 hm Nsujvu 7J00 Slf.' '."'.'S New Vork 7i:zi IM717 c::o Magnn KIW s73 7W Olltlda t!7Ci I7IK7 40S Oniintlsga Ira liii.i tt:t Ontario 1771 IS47 Orsnie IU07 ir: tr.is ()rlrn S"lt SW t4 Duriro fHI lO 1077 (Ksejo !"' Putnam IK. rr.'t .us Vneens 17017 r34 77n It'njvl.ver ttail 1407S L'Sli lllehmund 77 114 lti.cklid S1 f7l lorn M. tjiwrence :i'0 HO) MrAiorn 70a i am nw .Schenecudy W7 SWJ Srhiibvric l&ei i7 esn Schuyler V1 ISil lit N-r.er ."Utli VHI '-'31 Meul'D h.V3 7141 1170 Sut'nlli P74i J79I 11S3 .SulllVAO 3701 XSo I" Tlors iWU Itfr'i Mi Tompkins M :tot MO t:ir Can w U'nrrrn MB 5114 W Wnslillljlon 5110 .UM UU4 Vtnyr.e i:7 Wr, 1'ii'J H'evlclieurr Wy.imlnc IWJ Uil 7"VI '..v'c. r.SIT liVI 171 Total. . .V1I3S UAXD I7?b lteturi ml'slng from tho above table aro from Delaware, llamllton, Otsego nnd Velcitstcr counties. According to a rc imrt received last night by Tin: .l'n, Vestcheler vvt lit for Judge. Werner hy :i,iH1 plurality, vhleh was UOO berer than the flgurvvs of Mr. I!.irne,. thouM these llcuie- prove to b" correct Judge Hurt bit's plurallt.v of f.,an4 in tho other coun ties would bo reduced to l.liiM, with thnc nullities -till to be heard trom. Ai cording to Mr. Harm s's table Otsego count er:l for Judgu Werner by l.o.'.u and he took Delaware, county also by 1.411ft. Mr. ILtrnes guve no returns from Iliiiiillton county, which Is In the he.irt of the Adirondack and ha& so small a vote that It Is combined with that of Ful ' ton county In the election of an Asuem blvmaii, who -Its for both counties tin thn f.ice of the returns, leaving Hamilton, which Is normall ISrpublle.111. out 01 the 1 ivirit. .Iinlg" Werner carrlrs the Slate by the rlender margin of I.Jtii olej, thus '.vlping out one of ti- last vestlacs of hope for the routed Demo crats The best figures eliUlnnble on tho vote for Associate Judge of the Court of Ap pfals lire: Associate .fudge. Court of Appeals. Hlscock I'lMis, .Neabury. county. Rer n,.m I'mr. j Albany tn7-t ISM Allegany .vt.'.', v;n llriinv ?M77 Vi-.7.vi uivl lirennir Wit? ;,ic, ;,v Cnlinrsntni" .i't law imj I'SVUIfA viu ws 1 0,".l riiainai'ipis 777 ,v,t7 j.jv ( hrrumiiT W.'? .Mni; r.' 1 liiumm itv7 .v.l s.vi ( ihi ton r.s-i', 3v, 1 climihla I.Vi.1 ,.v;s ijvji Cortlttiil Vllj Itn 4.-q PcUwsre., I D'liclievk Wir, ?mW7 :'.iii .Vl 4IC7 4?75 HI'iU TSIll PIVil 7tl saecv. it;i Pi! ?iHk '.'ita 3J41S is is 77 1.1V .7S3 r:cn :si7ri ISIvi MIT IWI V 1 1 t'.'Ks l.KII Ukl ins.V) lti Jint Kin Kmri tin-: 7IKVI i hi) etVS tin:. ::i7i 1517 S.'M 7401 tli." :is 1791 leu I j tr nc::. 071 1717 7e Ml 'fkrv ) r.inl. lln iiu...ff Ciwnt llaiiillinn tfrltlmrr .lefTeren illy I'M.'sl rim w, I13S 7.141 ll ;. 4.vv;:i t'iNI Mm ltll'S 1531 UK fiir, 10. 747 ?IO lull Klmrs Iei, Mtlnptou sots 1 Vadlsun 4911 vt"1''0'. . ..... WW Mmmmnery ro:i; '.""'.l1' . I v!" '" ' , "'r w',, I J Ji"M Hlllii I I I Ontario, 1 1 nn kc. . MM :iru si 101:1 lrli.ns ()SBnr oo.;, ' Putnam 14m Jliretls ?7lO llrnsiirlaer lllrliiniMid tor llorklaiid SI I mire.. tliji) 114.1 jo:i:i :i( III ;n 1717 Mt.' I ill 475 Ut, s-vminrs,,, 70(1 MM ir.:. row JUS NSUS s.v; 77 717 Ml StienrriiUy Siliiilinrle bclmj Irr,, Scih'ci Sieiiben SiilTnll stimuli Tlona iTouipklaa (tn t'Ular esit IV.j ins Warrsn :tn wo Wsshtncton MIM K:a lfsn U'syne ecu 10M U'rslrhrsicr IVyomlnt :t I3ifl W Yates :1I7 IUK I72 Total IRW U7MJ 1SSM7 MIND OPEN, SAYS MITCKEL. Only Appolnlmrnls Derided Are Kennel and I'hrlnn as Gnsrds. John Purroy Mltchel refused yesterday to say nnjthlng that might give u clue to bis Intentions when names were put to him In conms'tlon with tho Police Com mlsslonershlp uivl other nlllces. Ho said "I hnvo no human being on earth In mind for an uppolntmejit." Mr. Mltchel added that he wanted to fll his Jobs by January I and that he would accept advice from aiiyliody. Mr. Mltchel said ho was nuro of ono thing, though, and that Is that "William Kennel, the polios lieutenant, who has been at the, door of thu Mayor's ollico 1 since the time of Mayor Strong, will be kept at his post. And Police Sergeant John Phnlan, tho man who vvaa with Mr. Mltchel when he wns Commissioner of Accounts, and again when he was Presi dent of tho Hoard of Aldermen, will have a place at thn City Hall also. Mr. Mltchel got a telegram of con gratulation from Mrs. William J. Gaynor. "You have u tllfllcult tusk before on." she said. "T wish you godspeed." Another camo from John lledmond. champion of home rulo In tho Hngllsh Parliament. U was dated In Dublin nnd said : I "Hearty congratulations to John Mitch- ' el's grandson on his election ns Mayor of New York." Another cablegram rend as follows: "Mii.TONJlAt.tiT, Ireland. "Jflfcael, .tnyor, .Vctc York. "Congratulations lo John Mltchel's grandson. "Milton nALn at, Clare, ImsttstAV." Washington, Nov. . Tt Is bdleved; now for a certainty that President Wll- I son will aupport openly Mayor-elect .tonn I'urroy Mltchel and others who may en gage In the light for the Installation or new leadership In Tammany. A telegram of congratulation sent to Mr. Mltchel by the. President to-day re moves any doubt that limy have existed as to where, tho President stood In th" recent campaign. Tim President wired Mr. Mltchel ns follows : "I ciingratulato you with all my heart." It Is the expectation here thut the light on Tammany will be taken up without delay. Those who advise It urge the formation of triumvirate to be nude, up of Gov. Glynn, Mayor Mltchel and the new Collector of tho Port to handle all question of patronage. State, municipal and Federal. BOLL MOOSE DOOMED, SAYS LA FOLLETTE KooM'vcIt No Loiifror n Political Factor. Wisconsin Sciui tor Averts. Atlanta. li, Nov. '.. Th'-o'lorv Ttoosevelt has passed as a political fclor, according to u statement made by Sena tor Robert M. l-i 1-nlletln or v i.ronslis In an Interview he..'c to-day on 11k r tit elections. Asked as to th future of the Prcgies slve party. Senator I .a Fnlletf said ; What dovotl me.in. Protrtssivr parte, Do vou mean Ibn future ot 11 uti st pro. gressive partv that Is itoing to bo brought forth for the next camp.i.Kn or do .n-n in tie that offhoot from the ltepuhb"au party that had Itoowelt for Its cjmdldate last yarT" Assured tliat the Koctevelt organization w.is meant, l..i Kollitte said: "The result tn New Jersey Just aboui answers o'lr ipiestlon. Tile Progi-enve vote In the national election wan about 1 to.ili'iii ne I remember it. The Progres sivr vote in this election was only In. -0'". "Thrre ou have It. It Is the i,.im all over the couutrv 1 Imagine Tie Progressive vote In thr nntiievil ( ettoii was said to he a 'lions. -v. It vole." but to my mind 't was not ,i Cooscvilt t al all. It was simply a vote of p-fii si against tne conditions in ine two n.i, parties. "Tho Uepubllcan party will be reorran - li-eil un progressive lln.s ,vnd Ihe so. nllecl lloosevlt vote win i"lnrii. Th" reorsanlzeii i;. puiuii ati 1 .i rt v win P.. no one 111. 1 11 orgauir.ittoii, hut will have the progtessive planka which practically ever undent of political science nurcA.". nn 1 Pc mere.- P.eferrlng to the New Vol k city eb-K tion 1.1 l-IIIM'" emu ; "I do'i't U-lleve Taniirni'ij ".111 . 0111" bark. Th" people arc dalle with bo-sc of the ijua: . I'l.m and Murph: t.vpe. "Taiiitiiany can only come back ,-u. u clean orj.illlr.it Ion." t'nicAoo. Nov. . itov Hiram W. John son of 'nlifiirn'a. who 'i Col. Ilo,, se ven's running nitito In ine Progressive part rice In.'t e.ir. caniu lo Chicago to day from b's campaign efforts In Mas;i chueita mid New Jersey He snlil "The th.-itre of action from the national st.indisilnl was Mus'iiehiiseits. ll-re was li'ltln't eoniiuit'eatloti nor preience ltli-,1. me i ro.iessiv. cai.iuiiaie to- i.overn.ir, vv.-,. im.iam am. uri.-oinprot., -n.r.v usi- cres-t'.. ..ardne'. the lb publican cudi- date, ivpi-e,..),!,.,! the cmliltler.d oiipo. t'.on ti progresslvism. The -csult i Hartllng. To-iIa, tor the tl-st hm,. p, hlsloiy. the Itcpnbllcan party Is th" third party In Massachusetts. The Progressive psrty l the only one with strength In tact and Is tho second party there. "Only In Massachusetts vvn the content In New Jersey Ihe )t publican ..M.n.li.tn t..ltirf ni f,,rto.. i,i - vneacv of l!o.ievelt .-mil bis ..,Miii.,n,l n,s. gii'sslvlsm The Issue there was obscure.1, In Mnssnchiisetts lliere was no inlstiiuler. standing. The iiuiwtlon whs, which party' shall survive, the llctiuhllean or Pro. HTesslVe',' "MaHsacliusfttH htia answered In no un certain tone. FOUNDED 1S56G BROKAWBROTHERS MENS & BOYS' CLOTHING. HATS & FURNISHINGS Every .customer who once wears our clothes follows the natural trend of human rea soning and returns seasonaf ter season for the best clothes for the least money to be found in New York. He buys with knowledge void of speculation. Astor Place &l Fourth Avenue ONE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY ' SUBWAY AT DOOR Si There is a treat for you in a bottle Evans Try it today with Steak, unop or oysters. it titiis zixr 10 .sii. riMin. PROGRESSIVES WILL TRY TO DOWN SULZER Li'iHlt'rs, Will Oppose Him if Hp Is fiiniliriatc for SviiHlor. HI'Lli .MOOSE PLAN'S MIH To Stimil lii.'hind Krvsoltition to A 111 tn (I the Rules in Assoinlily. Pi a 1st of Assemblymen electM by tv Pn)grev.slves or with Progressive h'lp. pre pared by William II Hotchkl?. the name of William Sulzer does not .ippi-ir. l.-aders went so fur n to say that they will do unythltig In their joer to pc vint the rl-e of Sulzer. Tin- assumption tha tSulzer wll! try to get ProRiecdvi' help In a contest nevt fall fur Govuruoi or for l.'niteti States Sena tor brought assurances from tln Proi.iM. she letubrs that :! will do th r ut most to snulf li 1 111 out. .Mr. Hotchkls.s claims the election of tvventy-thrto enrolhvl Progressive, to 1.. A-iernhly. With them are six iintl-li.ir'i. Itepublle.'ins elected with Progres 10 h"lp, and twelve anti-Murphy Demo r.i. whom the Progressives lndorsel T'lose forty-one men will stand behind a re-si-ltition to lie Intniducid Into the AM.tnhl ut tho very beginning calling for an H'nendmcnt of the rule with .1 vh-v tn bituglug legislation out Into the open "The llrst things that the Progi-niiix . As-einblyinen will undertake," said Mr Iloichklfs, "will bo an amendment of pi lules. An elul-oratlon of ihe resubiti , Inlneluceil Inln th" last Asst.mil Sell nip and Snl.int will t' brought ..'f ue the lloip.ii In th" espts-tHtlon tha tUl tsi pie of til" Stat' will have a ch.uic ti wli.it sort of changes ought to be n 1 e even If the new AiMMuhlj men an n' .1 .e to et ihem put Into effect. "In the tlrel place th" arn'mlod hiV ! un tel(,'iied 10 lake from ine Spi .iv the power r,f tippolntlng commlitci T Assembty Itself should have i n- 1,1 The mie? coinmlttee should l 1 '101 nio-t of 'ts powers. C'ldc the us, tlon thi rloevl m ssions of ,-i rn ! ci mlltees will be prohioite. who. tin Ci l. mlltees voli on bills, iiiul al' bills w I reported to Hie Asemblv with im -or. nundutions oi the .ommitte titlu ml "We will try al-o to compel the pass.it.'. of llnaiiclal bills at slated times bef -the end of the session, so ihat the j.ow to appropriate tuonev will r.ot Ik used 1 1 cluii over members: of thi"llou?c n the Executive. Furthermore, the Intro j dUiKr of every bill nugltt in bo obllgi d 1 I Mate th" inten: of his mo.i.tuu when ti- introdiiei s it. ' "The Priigris-lvis m.i" n"t be ubl nccoti '1IN.1 1 11 i thing-, hut th'y prom 11 lueiv 'i n, p, tip. other nv tuber of ' . Asu'tllblV " I M'- llutcblilss wa arkd to te'i '1 fie Prt gii -sive vote showeil to great '.illlm; 01T thn.ichuiit the St.ite. I "in .v.iv 1 "tv ot '.inportaiice cv r i S-nieiiM " be sa.d. "f -.iidorfcil ' ... 1 0 ,,,,11,1,0, "1 nn ffort to est.ib 1 oi i-. mi,, thn' ii.it-tlanshli I as tiotlv c I d ' Willi inn. in Ipal elections. If - n" ftie.l with thi' I ii aiorr ,1. a'll with I!enibI'iCjis. 'It'ort wa oiaile to In tnii I places w ' elcw llel I "1.1'tle ' progr...sit" voti r J n, the l'roL'ri --,v ! te the Ill-Ion t ' column and He ' n.iturallv voted In the coluui t it found to be most c.invcMb . 1 "The vote up Slat, was niueh )- Mi, a year ag", so that ceiu arl-ots v ' ' Straus's, vote are h:i ills fa r A 1 "1. were nu real Proiin -siv'e isui 1 ta -. before the pil'l'l" Of the Slat SAYS PRESS ELECTED MITCKEL Ariamson lu I re More lllanifleil CniiifiHlann In Futnre, lb bcr Adaillsoii -n ( t.n-v i f t e ' M,,v, 1 i , , ,inr a al 1 inagi - of 1 h ,., ., ,,,,. h T- f ,!. , rr, , lM t.i , ,r , I , .,,' ,,. , .. 1.,.,,., ., Club raid 'lie prisa iVcted t'-e fusion t'eket lie criticised th" use of bannr-s '' tons and red lire in poln.-.l can k .v and suggested that thn State gover- 1 t tuko ehargn of elections 111 the lllluri a urningo that meeting" hi held ' 1 i"iV. I buildings, "to t-rcin morn dlgiilt I "I hellCVi tiresen' I'.llllpl. I k i li l" I ais .1" much 1 it 1 Hull." '.lid Mr if dal" T Uxtna "t Ue Ada-'isi ci thrce-fouttlie ' t'"- tiionev spei t waned. M11 1' op election d.ty nevci go '1 vote ' in p.rg" in e too 1 icnzieo 1 nr rim-, t I've "Kb ' '"I" f"r ciltn I-Id incut " !'!IIT,l!'ll!:,l,il,llli!l.l!l!il,.ilWll.ilii)l.l,llir:1 HM in