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'THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1916.
PRAYERS AMID DIN FOR DEUTSGHLAND Ciit. KoiMiitf nnl His Crew At tend Special Sprvitr Almim! Willeliad. shll' AWAY Kill DAY Work of liOiHliujr Subtuni'iiic I'rmcfiU Without u Stop Diirinjf Sunday. ZVL, r"prMnl by stocks, bonds nnd other securities shipped from Germany i-u . 5"then u""an credit In tlie united KtAta Abotlt tt AAA AAA . .... firm llJ ii .. " " Ulfl Villu tile S?J.i MOovrn snld. consisted of eii. . .' "un.-iiim aim cnenuculs. A i ..' Proportion was represented Jy ilfamorKls and other precious stone. Ho wild. ENGINEERS TO OUST EDGAR JAY DWYER AIR WILL BE FULL OF MUM-NIGHT First of Series of Wireless Con torts to Be Given by Leo Do Forest. Opponent of Wnrrcit' S. Stone Polit ies Will yltc Expelled After November 7. LEAD Kit JX KKOTllKltllOOl) Central Division Xo. K7 Tries Critic of Wilson and Adninson Bill. Vi.w lii NiVN, I'niin.. Nov, 5. Twenty nlr.o nidi gathered In tlie cabin of Hie North flcrtimi Lloyd steamship Wllle hsJ at It o'clock thin forenoon nnd rraril for their safe leturit to the '.omc Und thioiigh the scores of war ,h'r and patrols that are waiting to destroy them as they set out on their voyage. Tlio men were Capt. Paul Koo t.iz ami hl officers and crew of the riibma.nr Deutschland, and the service wjs the Hrrt they have had since they left tlrcnicrhavcn nearly a month ago. The Itcv. O. B. llcydonrelch, pastor e! Trinity German Lutheran Church of Hartford, conducted the service, nsststed ly the Hev, O. Plaiiemann of Southlng ton. It was for the Deutschland's crew lone. In the Wlllehad's cabin a temporary lt.ir had been aet up. and before It the men wcie grouped. Throush the jort holes they could see the Dcutsch land with creaking cranea buxy lowcrlns tig crates of rubber and nickel Into her belly and long lines of sweating negro stevedores at work. The nolso of their labors broke In often on the words of the clergymen and furnished a strange accompaniment to tho hymn they sang, "Kin Festo Uurg 1st Unser Oott." There will not bo another service In New London for t'apt. Koenlg's nun. far by next Sunday they will In all probability be out nnd away, Friday, It Is generally believed, has been set the day for departure. Capt. Koe 'ilg has accepted several social engage r.cnts up to Thursday evening, but none for later than that. Another slgnlht-ant thins Is that the ubmarlnc tender Itushnell hus been at Clock Island for flvo days with four submarines of the L type. Ordinarily their practice should be endod by now, but although the I.-l nnd L-3 came In jesterday, they are to return to-morrow nnd the entire flotilla will remain at fx until Saturday, according to Capt. Yates Stirling, Jr., commandant of the local luso. The commandant with several other officers of the local submarine bane vent aboard the Deutschland to-day ml were escorted around by Capt. Koe tdjr. Tho German commander then vis um tho American base and later took n automobile ride through the city itli Sir John Hammer of Stockholm, snrden. n friend of one of the Kastern 1-Vn.irdhii; Company official?. Fourteen attaches and employees of t e (Icrman Embassy came to New Lon i!in to-day and congratulated the cap aln. hut did not go aboard the sub ii irlne. Count von llernstorff Is cx Lectcd hero Tuesday. From Toots Palta on V west tn Tschalkowsky on the east ni from "Die vvatkure" to the "Kananroo Hon." the hull fiddles and the slip horns mid tho inevitable ukelele will ihrob to-night through tho hot air vvhl:h has settled over the Atlantic seaborrd since tho campaign began. For to-night's the nlghi tint Lee De Forest, Inventor, working hand In hand with the Columbia Uraphophono Com pany, will begin a series of wlroless tele phone concerts with the aid of gropho phono discs supplied by the Colambla firm and Hie wireless telephono appara tus Invented hy r. De Forest. Within a radius of 200 miles of Manhattan the 1.000 or 2.000.000.000, or whatever the number Is owners of amateur wireless plants may tune In and listen to tho band and the singers tum-tre-tummtnx across me einer. l)r, Ah a result of his opposition to the campaign waged by Warren 8. Stone, Grand Chief Knglnrer of the Hrotlicr hood nf Locomotive! F.nglncrrs, for Pres ident Wilson mid the Adamson bill i:d gar Jay Dwyer. formerly Chief Knglneer of Central DIvlMou No. 157, was tried yesterday In Jersey City und Informed J that he would ho expelled from the or ganisation after election day, ; Mr. Dwyer lias been n member of the division since ISSfl, und in four previous Presidential campaigns has engaged In political work without a protest from his chiefs. F.ver tlr.ee lie tunio out against the Adamson law mid quoted other railroad men to show that this measure, could not be explained by any one, Mr. Dwyer has received hints trom Oram! Chief NEW TAXICAB CO. A SUCCESS. "llUt-k mid White" Concern Ilaa Business for ttOO Vehicles. Tho new Mack nnd White Taxlrab Company, which has been In buslnesH since last Wednesday carrying pussen gerri innro chenply than the? legal city rates, has been Hwainned with calls. Thcio were llfty-tlireo of tho new nabs In service yesterday and tlicy were busy nil tho lime, muro calls bulng refused I than could he answered. W. Ilundy Cole, managing director of ' thn enmern. said the coniliauv has litlsl- liesn enough for fjUO cabs. He expected to have seventy-tlvo or them in opera tion bv the end of tho Week, he knld, and gradually to Increase tho number up to :un. Tho calls wen- coming irum I all parts of tho city, Mr. Cole ald, mid vcoro being answered In tho order thuy l .IIIIC. t WILLCOX ASSAILS CARTOON OF HUGHES IT'S a wise idea to close Broadway below 47th Street on Election Night. It's also wise to remember that with the celebration centred further uptown and along Fifth Avenue you can reach Automobile Row, Columbus Circle, the Suf frage Ball at the Grand Central Palace, Madison Square and the other points of excitement most easily by the Villon ii hcntu Candidate, He Tells Cliairnmu llcConnicU. Tfth OA ivenue 'Bus Aili the tonitxhr ji msp and rtuti kMuU. iv i-r .V i ... . 1 Stone that his work was not being np- -i 1 , ,t.a,l1 h0 Columbia rtrm 1 ;r",ttled at hcad.iuartors. The urlev ! J. S .I,I'Ci01'Ctk t the J,'e eommlttcu advised him to dlscon- L . Ir, 7hur,'.,1n tlnuo his campaign, but he refused to gavo Hotel the music beln sent by -virelcss from mc roor or tno Columbia firm a manufac turing plant In West Thirty-eighth street to telephone receivers In the Astor. That was the first wlielvss concert In history, but It was a scml-prlvate nf fslr. When Old Dill Matley starts to twang hi ukelele to-night, howover, the ukelele plus tho bull flJdles nnd slip-, horns nnd vocal hulnballooers will 1m setting another record by giving the first public concert by wireless In his tory. Tho technically Inclined who wish to "listen In" should be Informed that tie "wave length" for hearing the music to night will be 800 maters. Pfsptto the Inevitably cataclysmic condition of tho i!a ml His own division ftnallv put an end to his activities yesterday at a meeting held nt Pacific avenue and Maple street. Jersey Cltv. Mr. Dwyer "pleaded guilty" to tho charge of criticising President Wilson and the Adamson bill, nnd learned that he would bo dropped on November 19. Tho vote was deferred for fear of arousing dissension In the brotherhood, which had been non-part 1 mil up to the time the President yielded on tho "eight hour law." Mr, Dwyer yesterday produced cor respondent which pussixl between him mid the secretary of his division, 15. F. Jones. on iVtober Si last W secretary wroio United States ntinosphen to-morrow ' l0 jllrn t nn,t out whether ho had been night there will lie another wireless con cert also, the programme to bs made up to-morrow night of national airs Inter larded with wireless election return c CARRE RE MEMORIAL GROWS. H 10,000,000 CARGO. Custom Collector Smym Deutsrhlnad llroaaht n,0O),00O Necnritlp. ItnilxiKl-or.T, Conn., Nov. .. That the e.irgo of the German merchant subma rt'io Deutschland now nt New London .mounted to approximately (10,000,000 nas announced hero to-tilght by James L McGovern, Collector of Customs for Connecticut. Of this amount, he said, 0,000,000 cimectly quoted In nn mtlcle appearing ii a St. lxiuls newspaper. It developed that Mr. Dwjtr's lottcm to The HUN commenting; adversely on tho Adamon bill and makeup f th commission np pointed by President Wilson had created general lnteret. In answer Mr Dwvcr Informed the secretary of his division that ho has been working against the Administration "ever since. President Wll""n made his undisguised attempt t bribe tho rail road vote of the country by forcing throiuh Congress tho Iniquitous Adam son law." Mr. Dwyer also said that as a loyal citizen, a truii friend of railroad em ployes and "a persistent opponent of tho worst mountebank that over tilled tho Presidential chair" ho Intends to keep up tho tight, "Tho Adani-on law." ho asserted, "makes virtual slaves of all railroad men through the action of section 4 that makes It sv misdemeanor penalised u-lfh n h.tiivv llmi nr Inmrlsonmelit. or ' both, for men to strike. The annual memorial servico of thci u s my honest belief, although I New York City Chnpter of the Daiuh- cannot prove It, that there Is some secret ters of the American Hcvolutloii was bargain between Wood row WMson and held yesterday In Trinity Church nnd the leaders of the four rallrid brother was largely attended. The services were hoods. Furthernioi e. I charge Warren particularly In memory of the Hev. s. Stone with n pacttral violation of hi James Nevitt Steele, chaplain, Kmlly obligations In trvlng to make the Nelson McLean, national president, nnd brotherhood a partisan political organ!' Margaret Hall, first vice-president, The ration. P.ev. Dr. Frank II. Reaxor, rector of St, 1 'These are- my honest convictions re Mark h Church, West Orange, N. J., de- j carding the present condition of our llvcred the sermon. J brotherhood. Cranltej Matrons to ltls-ersldp Pnrk to De Dedicated In December. Donn Barlier, secretary of thn com mittee, announced yesterday that the memorial to Jolinlerven Carrerv, the architect, will bo dedicated In December. The memorial takes the form of :m exedra and stnlrcase from Klversldu drive at Ninety-eighth street to i:i". side Park. It Is tn be of pink Mllford granite, with platforms and steps of bluestone. Mr. Carrere was thrown from a taxi cab which was run down by a trolley car nt Madison avenue and Seventy-fourth street. In a letter Uit night to Chairman Vanco McCormlck of tho Democratic Na tional Commllteo Chairman Wlllcox of the ttepubllcan National Committee bit terly arealla the Democratic leader for publishing n full fwge advertisement In the newspapers vestcrday morning which, nccordlrri to Mr. Wlllcox, misrepresented tho nttltudo of Mr. Hughes. "In this morning's raper there Is a full page cartoon of Mr. Hughes fiuh llshed In tho name of thn Democratic National Committee," slid Mr. Wlllcox. "The cartoon Is false nnd malicious In every line nnd word. It la lrawn and published with the dellbcrato Intention of mlsrepreoentlng Mr. Huglicn'a attitude on the vital questions of the diy. "This mrtoon, with Its falsn quota tions. Ig ii fitting climax to a campaign of deception nnd misrepresentation willed your committee linn conducted from the beginning. It endrnvore to place Oov. Hughes In opposition to pol icies on which he, nx Governor of New York, was tho most conspicuous expo nent. He was then and is now the en emy of Invisible government." Mr. Wlllcox then recites the outstand ing acts of Gov. ltuhen's mlinlnletra ttuii, including thn child labor act, tho insurance hills nnd tho workmen com pensation act, to show that his every act has been etrslghtforward and nlwaya guUled by tho tst Interests of all tho people. In conclusion the KcpuMlcan manager etates: 'For your committee to conclude ItH canmtan by attributing to Mr. Hughes statements which he never made and putting It out when tho campaign is practically ended atul at n. time when It ciiiitiot lie cniisht up with mm itemed s.mply cap" the climax and tdiows the desperate straits to which tho Demo cratic management hon been driven at a moment when It Is well known jour caue Is hwt and detent ktuies you In the face." Memorial Service of I), A. It. rOLITICAI- rtlLITlCAI I'oi.iTirAi- TO HONOR HOLY NAME LEASES. Parishioners Will aire Testimonial to Father MeJI loholns. The Very Ilev. John T. McNIcholas, national director of the Catholic anti profanity orranlxatlon known as the Holy Name .Society, and pastor of the Church of St. Catherine of Sienna In Last Sixty-ninth street, who hao been called to Home to become the Ameri can representative there of the Domini can Order In North America, will be the recipient of a testimonial from his parishioners and other friends before his departure. The testimonial will take the form of n euchre und reception at the Blxty ninth Heglment Armory on the evening of Thursday, November 23. It was the plsn of those In charge of the reception anil euchre, tickets for which will be sold at SI each, to raise a purso by this meant! und present It to Father Mc NIcholas to do with .as he wished. Father McNIcholas, however, will not accept the purse, but has directed that whatever money Is raised at the armory on the night of the reception will be ap plied to the reduction of the debt on the parish church, which at present is 11 13.000. Father McNIcholas Is it writer und lecturer, a recognized au thority on ecclesiastical law und hart dono much toward Increasing the mem bership In the Holy Numo Society, which now numbers moro than 1,000,000 men. PFP MONTH ON PI.EDaR OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MAM1.1TTA.N. Feurth Avsnus. cor. itth Btrsit E!drl4t Strtst, cor. Rltlntton St. S.venth Ave., bst. M'.a end nth fits. I.olngten An., cor. i:th Strut. ClrsnJ Strset, cor. Clinton Strett. Cut t:j St.. bit. Latins-ton t ii Arts. Kmt Ilouiton St.. cor. Kex Rt. BKO.NZ. CourtUndt Ays. cor. 141th atrett. Bltr OKLTN, Smith St. eor. Utlugoton St. Orihani Avenu. cor. Dobtvolse fit, rnv.ln Av-nur. cor. Horktmy Ave. PKIl CUNT. CHARGED OS LOANS RKPAID WITHIN TWO WEKKS KIIOM DATK 1'OI.ITIt'AI. rtlMTICAI. Whose man for Mayor? Yours or Charlie Murphy's? The President of the Board of Al dermen is Mayor in case of any va cancy. Mark your cross (X) for the Anti Tammany Candidate in Section 11 PRESIDENT OF 1ST VeteferOae c VH.CURRAN THEBOJtftDC OF ALDERMEN XI x HENRY H. CURRAN AmriM ffgr if "The whole Democratic accotiiliaint must be wiped off the books." -Chark EL Hughn in. Ha B&mak Spmch. Democratic National Committee Bar Association of the City of New York and New York County Lawyers' Association endorse John F. Mclntyre. Democratic Nominee for Judge of the Court of General Sessions. At a etated meeting or tho Aewieistlon or the JUr ir the City of New York tho following report was msile by irn JudUUry Comnilttni' "MB, JOHN F. MclN'l'VIIK, sIki nmiiliuteU for Hie Court of Ceneral Kes slons, liu been a member of the liar for thlily-M.vun enre. and lias hul a vsrv Ursa and variod eiperlunre, IwrllcnUilv In llin trial of criminal ram, Ho Is especially well recommended to J our ('onimlltrn liy JmlKei. und lav yen or thn highest atandlng as a lawyer uf unuual ability ami IiIkIi rliarnctrr. anil an particularly IIIUhI and iluallBdl fur the position of a Juntlco of the I'ourt of (lem ral NivtonK. Your (.'mnmlttee rscom mends that nil nomination for Out ntllee lie approved and rndnnett by the Aasoclatloa." NUneit WILLIAM l. GUTIIRIK. 'halmian, l.t.WIH I.. ItF.I.AFIELU, IIAVIII IIHMHKY, UK I.AM-EY MCOI.I.. IIAKI.KH V.. Hl'HIIMORi:, ' JOHN FHAMeL.MIEI.MEU, Huueitr iifii;it MONntu;. Secretary, Mr. ltlclnure was Aislstant Ulitrlct Attorney and Acting Ulatrlct Atterney of this County for twelve years. VOTE FOR ONE JrJSti w,n. 1t I X I JQHN F- MclNTYRE " iutku I rOUTICAL. I rotxnoA-, Labor Can't Be Fooled! Republicans9 Final Effort to 'Deliver the Labor Vote Exposed. There appears in the leading newspapers of th'fl United States today a page advertisement containing alleged labor testimonials in support of Candidate Hughes and censuring President Wilson. This is the last desperate effort of the Republican National Committee to hoodwink the Public into believ ing that even one reputable labor man of prominence is supporting their candidate. A few days ago they were gleefully quoting a six-year-old statement made by John M. O'Hanlon, Editor of the official organ of the New York State Federation of Labor, even after Mr. O'Hanlon had issued a public statement calling attention to the fact that for months he had been supporting President Wilson. This time the Republicans are leaning upon Frank Feeney, named by Martin M. Mulhall in the famous lobby scandal at Washington as his "closest friend and advisor" while Mulhall was the strike breaker and legislative agent of the National Association of Manu facturers. Feeney is notoriously known as the labor agent and political henchman of the Penrose-McNichol Machine in Philadelphia. Mulhall swore that he had Feeney on his payroll and that he had documents to prove it. Two weeks ago the democratic State Chairman of Pennsylvania publicly charged that Senator Boies Pen rose had been put in charge of $400,000 to attempt to influence the labor vote of the country and that Penrose had objected to "doing the dirty work" with so small a slush fund! That charge has not been denied. Nearly a week ago the Democratic National Com mittee exposed Frank Feeney s employment by Penrose in this campaign to circulate fake labor endorsements of Mr. Hughes. The alleged resolutions appearing in today's page advertisement of the Republicans are the work of Feeney and his agents. The Chicago Building Trades Council did not adopt the pro-Hughes resolution quoted in the Repub lican advertisement and the Republicans know it! The false report that such a resolution had been adopted was promptly denounced by Simon O'Donnell, President of the Chicago Building Trades Council, and by Edward N. Nockels, Secretary of the Chicago Fed eration of Labor. The alleged pro-Hughes resolution, offered at a meeting in the Philadelphia Building Trades Council, was defeated. Leonard Kraft, Feeney's closest friend, then drew enough proxies from his pocket to jam it through. A week later November 3rd the Council officially denounced the act as a conspiracy and repudi ated the alleged pro-Hughes resolution. Feeney tried to get similar resolutions adopted in Cincinnati and other cities and failed. When the attention of Samuel Gompers, President of the American Federation of Labor, was called to the Republicans' page advertisement last night, he issued the following statement: "To the Workingmen of the United States. Greeting: "As predicted by me a few days ago, there is some scheme to spring a canard upon you when it will be too late to disprove and repudiate the falsehoods and fictitious allegations or declarations. "The information comes to me that a pretended labor leader has secured some fake declarations of a few supposedly labor organizations attacking the char acter and the policy of the Labor Representation Com mittee of the American Federation of Labor, and that they are to be published as advertisements in the news papers of the country tomorrow (Monday). "The American Federation of Labor has without a dissenting voice or vote proclaimed the political policy to stand by the friends of labor and justice and to defeat its enemies. "In this campaign Woodrow Wilson stands for all that is true to labor, justice, patriotism, freedom, and humanity. "The false friends of labor will fail in their puf pose to deceive." Democratic National Committee 1 I