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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair and warmer to-day ; to-morrow fair ; moderate south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 53; lowest, 42. Detailed weather, mall and marine reports on page 9. IT SHINES FOP ALL VOL. LXXXIV.NO. 68. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1916. Copyright, 1918, by f he Sun rfnfln? and Publishing Atiociatlon. ONE CENT In (1 tester New York, i Klsenhere Jersey City unit Newark. TWO t'KNTH. HUGHES CHOICE IN WILD RUSH OF BIG WAGERS )urr Than $1,000,000 Bet in Wal ISt., $500,000 Up town . on Last Day. ODDS SHOKTKX FROM 10 TO 7 TO 10 TOO Total Staked on Klection Relieved to Kxceed $5,000,000. MA XV SlMXTLATOHS 1IKDUK OX STOCKS Whitman and ('aider Hot' Favorites Ohio Draws Much Interest. A 1. irnu.tl of hotting never ctiuulled before .11 the history of .Ww York city marked the forin.il close of the Presi de nti.t cimialxn yesterday Not even In the memorable t'linipulgn of 1S!i6, twenty cnr ago. when the free all -trr.tes thought Hi nn w.i to sweep the country against MoKlnley. has the money poured Into Wall Street in uch hucr quantities. ISctt. ns yesterday In the downtown flnatRi.il district alone ran up to the astounding Mi re of ll.noo.noo, it is estimated Never has Wall Street wit nessed money fiom the middle West conic with ouch 11 riudi, forcing the 10 to T odds on Hughes to 10 to S and vrn to 10 to !. Half 11 million ni"rc wns wiiKerrd at the T.ildorf-Aetnila. At other hotels Ms bundles of bills were packed awuy In the safes to he opened alter Un votes arc eounttd to-night. Suptcnio confidence on Isith shits ctused the record breaking ak'n.. Poivn town the litt iu remained to the lan with Hughis the luvorlte except for few small lxd, In the lintel there considerable even monej, hut tile neater pait of It was plaint with the lb-publlcan outdid. lie ax the favorite. Millions tt 1 o 1 1 millions of dollar will fhrge hands on the election In this el!y. He' x ten J.VOOO.ono nml lln.ooo.nno ha." ben Let Ht the eurli market; Fled F, humin, In Itrooklyn, has ninie than :aa.(ioii stowed away for the correct .ii.-sers. the Waldoif crowd has het an mmh ns the curb broker. Vtnll Mrerf Wlnilili Krnsntlonal. ' wlndup of the sensational cam rnc produced exciting Hoenes on the I) ai l l'i the downtown nnunrlal din ' 1 i w, h the lst day on which mono muld be placed on the curb, an tn.iuy Is a holiday. Accordingly with t gs'g that Htarled tr.tdlr.it there wax a irnviHliii rffori to (jet bets plared. I II take WIImiii for STOn to $1,000!" limited .1 broker with the bell. Your on," win the curt re-ponse, d the bet wax booked. The. nrst bet na ied the little knot of men ubout tho t.irtion post whirling and the Intense tvllement continued all day. It wa estimated that approximately J750.000 of the 11.(1110,000 bet during the duy was Muted by eurb brokers. Wilson money eame Into the Stiect. rWU It wax offetcd In uppirently u 1 aided amount!1 through brokerx who I arnlle nceountx for Stock F.xcluinge louses There wax no decrease In the Hipplv of Hughes money on hand. It inov table that they would gel to-cili'-r, x.nce most of die money woe n im with brokerx not to seeute any " ie M but at "the best price jou ran It' I lose nt III In fl. As nore Wilson morey came Into the r ig tlie odds were rapidly backed from I to 7 to 10 to 8, then to in to mj, nnd ' the cloe to In to !i, with both" sides I'lwently anxious to get aboard lit C'0e llaurcs .t the ilose there was a "hole i, iiikful of Hughes money offered ' " :i with the Wilson people ask lii: ' t , irge part of the Wilson money that f ie i.to the street yesterday was In is i' in- of "hedges." Ib'ttors who " i secured long odds nre now '"i mo other way, and will win sn h ifr ,j . than their bets, no matter 's -i ,ted One Philadelphia' broker f f,l h J.Ti.dOO hedge on Wilson dur '' 'P in the f,t have ranged from large red 'Pples. the stake with which Col. George Hir e o.i ks his judgment, to :.00,000 "isi iHiid I, lioheny, a l.ox Angelm " o. i.ifni, p. credited with having! I'.oi .ti wnor, duilng tho last two Jl Ms lioheny, who probably Is the 'ires' . ogle operator III the Tumplco ' ' ' s leportcd to have given Ills jrnr . . Ir-t n lo go as far as they liked M ha i ,ir me President, Vie nets have swung on a wide range f'Uien i,e ied apples and the IIiOO.000. . Tntif ,,,,, lni,ny j;n and $100 rit, f.i ti,,, eUib, a large number of j.luo i"! J i 'Mm ones, and on up to the far l'"M'ri ,i oouutx wagered by Slock KX- ge ii. ,111,1.4 , inrgc part of the WIN 1 ''. that has been bet hax come '.' '' c West and the South, from '"in . Mioimholds, .Most of the bii' ni'iiu v is irom the central and "' States V "r.oiiy Cnlted Slates Senator Is I'' ' d to have wnrerad 1100.000 on .mil an equally prominent mem I'f nt t lln,,u. ... rt. ..,..,'. i. .twi.i-r it, Iirf, vDil.iniM v. tm x.rl, t, Mvt, ,iut up 5o,ono Oil f,us WiiKhinslon money Is said to -'i ii y well rrpn seated. I Ma.' iiiinl f in.onii.oiin. ' "w nun h has been put up Ix J " " is probably not less than ' ' " Some guessex have ranged 3 k ,if 110,000,000. Certainly It l ' ' " sr. st hcttlug year that the country -"r known. Win or lose, commli- ( 'oatlnnrd on Tirl Pagt. 284 VOTES SURE FOR HUGHES, G. O. P. LEADERS FORECAST 86 More Placed in "Probable" and 25 Additional in "Possible" List Only 136 Electoral Ballots Conceded to Wilson. The Mibjolneil tabulation reflects the. consensus of the Republican leaders as to the way the State will vote to-dav. The States regarded as certain to be carried by Mr. Hughes are indicated in one table; those in aouDt, with the chances strongly favoring Mr. Hughes, in another, and those in which Mr. Hughes is believed to have n fair chance in still an other. In the fourth table appear the list of States conceded by the Re publicans to Mr. Wilson. This is the tabulation: California . . Connecticut , Idaho , Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Maine Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota . . . 15 12 New Hampshire New Jersey ...!!!!!!!!!!!!" 14 4 PROBABLE 3 Delaware Maryland Missouri Montana Nebraska 18 I 8 POSSIBLE 3' Arizona . Colorado , Kentucky ti 13 ! SURE WILSON. Alabama 12 Oklahoma Arkansas y South Carolina J"lorl('n G Tennessee peofKi" 14 Texa Louisinnu 10 Virginia Mississippi ly North Carolina . . . l'j Total LONG STOCK LINES HELD OYER ELECTION Bnyhifr .MosM'onfidenl in lti-1 ilia: Market, With Bet- Hnyr as lleilae. ' ' .... 1 The slock market wax btoa.l, active and luioyant on the b.t d.rv "f a polltl. , cal e.ilnpalBii wh.-h lu.x witloveed the greatest dlspb, v of publle speeulatloi, is,- x McKliiley.iirvan t-.iinp.UKii r V . , ehanged bands, mid inhumes were gui- er,, Steel common. In wlui li the tuinmer ... not far from ann nna shares. ,dd up r?,;1 :;';; Kv -, ;.. xnH7r" a..- ti,. ..1 .1,.. '.i, The b,ng of -lock was of ' the most eonlblent chaiarter toKeSr!& Their money ax lari-eh- rei,nll,l. f.,r ' thf MifTenlnK of xhf tirttiiig odd". such speculator from Phllndelnhla 'nlaccd' "lie K'.VOOO on WIIumi nt even money and !'. t? .10. and told h.. New Vo, k broker !!,Y,,,e?,1l'"lr'1 Vn l'"", 'V cum," i. ,iii'.. n , .1,. v- v.i. u- i. i!irL.I Kxchange hous.x wi ll branch ol Ices will I keep "Ihelr hS? Zi,, M" the lecelpt of election retuins to-ulght ' and the entertainment of their cu I lomers. In n.n l.r.dn,i v..nr. r. inngements have been made for an eaily opening of tlm London curb so that speculators might begin trading from this side at midnight. The war places a barrier against any such operations lo-nlgbl. for the icason that stocks sold by foreigners In London now nie not paid for until after the war. BRITISH USED NEUTRAL FLAG. Hill Oeny l.rrniiin ' ('liarue Another llnrnliinu Case, LoNPON. Nov. . The Admiralty to- nlgllf a.-aln denies that It ever Issued ord rx that survivors of German submit lines need not be rescued. It states that the German piess "Is trying to make capital out of what they describe ax a second Itaralong case, possibly In order to Incite American opinion agalnt Great liritaln or as a pretext for an unie slralued submarine campaign, ' The Admiralty statement cites the nt leged facts of the ase, showing that u Itiitlsh auxiliary Hying a neutral Mag on September 2L 131S, npproaohed a German submarine In the western chan nel encaged 111 sinking a Iiiltlsh met- chantmau. When within ranae the aux- Illary hoisted a white ensign and fired ; on and sank the submarine and then rescued the crew of tho merchantman from their boats, When this was done she also rescued two of the mibuiuiiiie's crew who had climbed Into a drifting boat The sta emenl conieiius iiiai w e use , of a neutral llig was ju!inane, n Miinuii hv the German practice in mo case of the Moevve and In oilier in slan cs, and says that "nobody but a German coulci nase uu aiiexinn.n i em- tallty on the lapse of a few nl'"r!' '' I tiveen the leseue of Hrltlsheix Hnd Gei - mails," i " " I TiTTl MATS FOR 3 FRENCHMEN. I KJllI ' . .trrlihishopa of llenlles. Mouen nnd! Lyons Nnlil tn He hosen. h.pix. Nov. ti. A despatch lo the llavas Agency from Nnplex sayx: "Ac- rdlng lo the Mnlllnu, Pop.) llenedlet. , at the next consistory, will name three ,....,ii:,i. from among tho French pre lates In order to show his sympathy for the French clergy. Tho Cardlnuls will le the Archbishops of Itenncs, itouen and Lyons." despatch fiom Home, October 2.1, said IVipe llenedlet would hold u secrot consistory December I and a publle con History December 7, nnd that Mgr. Count It.iffnele Scnplnelll, formerly Papal Nun cio at Vienna, and Mgr. Fruewlrth, for merly Nunlro at .Munich, would be given the red hat, Since Ihlx despatch an other vacancy In the Sscred College hau been created by the death of Cardinal KrancH Delia Volpe. Prefect of the Congregation. SURE HUGHES. 13 New Mexico , 7 , New York , 4 North Dakota . . . . , 29 1 Oregon , 15 Pennsylvania . . . . 13 flhodc Island 10 South Dakota 0 Utah 18 Vermont 3 15 5 5 38 5 5 4 1 7 Washington Wyoming 3 Total 284 HUGHES. Ohio 24 H West Virginia 8 Wisconsin Total 86 HUGHES. Nevada 3 Total 25 ; 10 9! ACTOR BEATEN BY A NEGRO HALLBOY ItockS K.vcs (inuged by Surly Atteiitlant in I.a Touraine Apartments. William Itock, a vaudexllle actor, was .,,ro , , , , , , ... . ... . J " "Z" """'' V I. Touraine a.arimenls. .,11 Moinlng'idc Irle. where r.oeu went on Siunla n engage an iipai'tment 'I he attack appeals to have b-en entirely unprooKeil. The actor was ( , lut ing lily reign on the nart of th'.. 1 .1 , un.-ihlo to nil his theatrical engagement of G.UIeU and llkewlx, ,'f the great a " vteren?khn.r.r,iiw,hi 'in hlx suite nt ii,.. Kn.,i.r..i ii.,.. i f- . 1 "K?' " ""lent hostile attack, h. hlx suite , .e Somerset Hotel for several weeks .. . vviiH Ti'l .Tornliis7Miili nvptuia whr cm . . . , . . "l'""'"'!!! had been advertised for lent k nald he Inuulied about apartments fron, llie negro and receive. Insolent re. '"" ' ' h""!" ""' .. ......ii.. .... ,.-. ... . " J"i"l"-u h'isumi from '' n the telephone switch-! bo:,r'1 V"' clubbed llock over the rliiht "In notifying u of my purpose in 'J ! ' Zl S'lf" ,!". J""' "!'''!"'"- connection . ,e,,e,t you' toPelab!" .7 , , ' , """ "'" ""-" l' """''U 'l1 "' K 1"'?t .l,lm re" I'eaieill.v annul lilt- lieail Slllll Illell PCU (-III ui.- UI,l,.l, Mlsx White and the chauffeur who bad driven them leinalned outside In the car .tun tun noi kiiuw iii me uuucK until Hock staggered out and collapsed on the sidewalk. The negio had been employed at I.a Touraine only three weekx and was known only by his first name, James. The police have not found him GENERALLY FAIR OVER U. S. Itulns or Snona Probable In .Vnrlh Wasiiinotos', Nov. ti. The Weather Bureau's special election day forecast, i i.-i.. n .... . Issued to-ulght, sayx: "Tho Indications nre that on Tuesday the weather will bo generally fair In all parts of the country, except that rnlnx or snows are probable In the north Itocky .Mountain region, extreme north ern Minnesota and upper Michigan. The wiather will he warm In tho Southern States, the great central valleys und the region of the great likes, and moderate tempeintures will prevail throughout the Kastern States and III far Western dls tiicls,'' D'ANNUNZIO MADE A CAPTAIN. Italian I'nel tlso Lets n Second .Medal fur Valor. Itlllli:. NOV. R C.llillele ,1' Mm, i,,,l I Ihe poet, has been promoted lo Cantalri fl(, ,,rvrr .. ,k n , ,r T,e poet was also lecomnienrieH n second lime for the silver medal Jor valor IVAnnuiulo was commissioned as Lieu- . iPimill III tlm iilinl inn .. , . break of the war. He made three nights nvor Tilexte. .impplng poetic messages Instead of bonili., 4le was seriously u. Juied In the right e.ve in an airplane ac- '.l,1''r,t rVbnmry and wan decorated "" f"o ln7 month for his services as an airplane observer, VOTE MAY WIPE OUT VILLAGE. ... .... HoeUliuid l.nkr, V ( III. ens Op. pose Slnlr I'nrUvvii) .ssleiii, Havriihtiiaw. N, V., Nov. 6. The vil lage of Itockland Lake, neur Haver stinvv, Is much excited over to-morrow' I'lertlnn, which Is lo determine whether the village Ix to be or not to be. Hverybody In the village, which has a population of l.nno persoux, a do pendent on tho trap rock quarries, for a livelihood, will vote agalnsl the refer endum proposition appropriating millions of dollarx for Statu parkwayx. Tho reason In that If the referendum goes through the qunrrlex will he condemned for the Palisade Interstate system and the village will be wiped out. For this reason the village folk have made a strenuous campaign to get Rockland citizens to vote "no" on the referendum. POLISH PROBLEM DIVIDES GERMANS Conservatives Object t Jtcs f oration of the Ancient Kin"lom. TALK OF AX ALUANVK Berlin Papers dope Army Will Be Ori;anixeil in New In dependent State. Hr.w.i.v, ln London. Nov. (i.--The newxpapeix discuss Hie I'ollxh proclama tion broadly, but with some reservation. The Liberal, Catholic and Socialist or gaiis favor It, while the Conservatives nre more disposed to see objections. The latter, affected by the Hlsinarel(lan tra dition that Ucrnuny timet hac a firm friend In Itursla, exptexs doubt whether the present solution will proe In the long run wise. The 7"opet!nlf halls the restoration of the Tollsh kingdom with the proviso that Germany sureeed In preventing Kusela from permanently IiiiIuIkIiib In dreams of vengeance. The dllllculties of the Po lish problem, however, are apparent In all the editorial mlndx. Hope for Polish Army. The papers Renernlly assume Hut tho kingdom necessarily will lean upon Ger many and Austrla-lluusary, not only for protection against lttis-la. but be cause tx cultural x.wiipathles have a westward, not nn eastwaid, trend. Some of the nanerx exnrexx the exnectn. . IJtlon that (lermatiy's military power will be xtrensthened through a dose alliance , with Poland, and nlxo expefl that Polish troopx will lie forthwith orgnnlicd nml I assist In establishes Polish freedom. 1 The Liberal, Socialist and Catholic ta- perx take special pleasure In pointing out that I'olatiil leceUes her Inilepeml euce from the Central l'owers. whereas the Kntente Allies claim a monopoly In protecting the liberties of small States. One pa iter In this connection asserts that all true friends of liberty In London and Paris sh'MiliI hang out flags. Auatrlnn Holer's Letter. The text of the letter erit by Ktnpernr Francis Joseph to tho Austrian Premier, Krnext von Koerber. regarding the ' Polish ll.inlfcsto la gen by the Vienna eltuii; ax follows: "In accordance with my agreement with his Majesty the German Kmpernr ,,.1tonil ,; ,, ,, ,lerrdlUiy monaichv and a .nn.ilt..tln,.i .m , fn - irlcts conqueied by our brve armies irom llutslaii do-11n.1l 01,. (in ihi slon are remembered with deep emotion in.- many evinencex or flevntlon and faith ami and ,'hlle I 7"? ' " , ' "P" '.T. eastei 1. frontiers of mv real. 1. Hacrlil rex my'tafr'" , ,mo existence to nut In inmiiftliti i.-ti. . 1. 1.. ... 1 nil hn r u n tn t Is. 1 1 ', ln",r ''" '. land of Gall - ... w tiir Klllti ui Uliri.'l, l " 7r , ' en m. ,i '"""""Iv " far Z s'l ,7ln .TJ" . . ' f2". ' !: d" . . ' - ...in ...iu SI. ax Ix consistent w with the welfare of to niter lo the popu- tlomil and economic develonmeni. liilliill or i.aiicia a guarantee or tin- n su.iimie ior us legal real I""10" and to place them before me." According to the Vienna rnrrestm-i. dent of the llrrltnrr Taytblatt the Polish decision was taken because the Poles, ! after the consolidation of the eastern i"m Krii permission io eolianorate the reconstruction of the other coup. ines. ins present solution, says the therseas News Agency, was indorsed ln lcading Poles, such us Hector lirudzlu skl of Warsaw 1'iilverslty and Prince itadilwill, president of the Warsaw ml. Iltln. Iledeniptlon of Poland. 'I he v'orhilsrie VnUs:rifinin savs "We welcome the solution as sincere. since It Is the best possible and the only possible In the I Hlam ex, We hope that hy this decision T'nlfinH tvlll r. .., .... l. . ..... " ri " i.'iirrioeo to wesl- ern civilisation. Whosoever In l'urope leally loves liberty, whosoever rccog-i-lzex the lights of small nations must welcome tlm action of the two empires Whosoever refuses to do this only shows that he lacks sincerity. Foi Innately, we are In a position not to care what the Kngllsh, French and ltusslans say nbout the manifesto," The Tuiirbltitt says Chancellor von nethmann-Hollweg probably will pre-enl a communication In rcgaid to the events In Poland to the Itelchstag man com nilttee In a few dajx The f.olafmirf;ei- says: "If the poles will compare the promises In the mini festo read yestetday with those made shortly after the beginning of the war hi Grand Duke Nicholas (then Russian commander In rhlef) and recall tho pin poxed constitution framed hy the former Ittisstan Minister Maklakov, by which only a pietence of liberty wax to be given, they cannot for one moment be In doubt what their fate would have been If we had not been victm ions." Opposes the Decision, The Ad(t y.ettun,,, which takes a stand against the proclamation, says; "We cannot Indorse the leasona which led to this decision." PonenrrM says: "Social democracy has accepted the words of Karl Matx that tho power of the Hussion crown 'can be made harmless only bv tho re establishment of Poland on a' basis of liberty' This, It Is alreidy the Imprex. slon, may be said to h ivt been hmiiaiit t about by tho historic event which we mic juji urcn iinppen. Noclnl democ racy dejlrca a free Polish nation ns It desires a free German nation, For the present we nre entitled to hope that Ihlx manifesto at Warsaw means, tho first step In this direction.'1 Nhncklelon In Sun Franc-Urn. Ran Fn a nci sco, Nov. 6. Sir Kinest fihackleton, Antarctic explorer, arrived here to-day, whence he will take passage Wednesday for Australia on his way to the south polar regions to rescue ten men of his shipwrecked expedition there. With Bhackleton Is Capt. Frank Worsley of New Zealand, captain of th wrecked polar ship Endurance. EDISON IS NOT SURE OF WILSON'S ELECTION Inventor Hopes, it' President fJns, for Better Prepared ness Campaign. West OnANCB, N, J , Nov, Thorna- A. I'dlson was Induced to night to Rive his views on tho Presiden tial election. "Wilson ought to be elected," he slid, "but It Is not so sure lie will lie." The gre.it Inventor showed that he was not entirely pleased with tho poll elex of the Piesldvnt, howevir, when he said: "1 think Wilson has given sufficient eonslileintlnii to hum. me projehts foi the time, nnd I hope that If he Is elected he will go Into the cnmpalgn for pre piredness more seriously. What we nee 1 now Ix more 'police' to guard our nation nnd more machines to piotect omsclvex limn other nations if we ever are attacked. "America Ix not Rol; g ahead fat enough In preiiirdnex. You know 1 have been around a si rat deal lately looking nt our forts and other defences." .Mr. IMixon was asked what lie thotiKht of them, "Absurd.' he said, and waved his hand In dismissal of the subject. PASTOR SHOOTS BOY; SENTTOBELLEVUE The Bev. Dr. Hugo Holmgren, I .- Kast 127th Street, Slops "Noisy Play." "Yes. I shot off a revolver; n lot of hojs were aiinojlng me with ih'lr noisy play." said the ltcv. Dr. Hugo Holmgren, pastor of the Swedish Cliapel of St. Itar tl'olomew'r Protectant Kplscopal Church, last night, when Policeman O'Callahan Interviewed him about a boy who had In en shot while standing news tho stieet from the pastor's home, is." Kast 127th street, next door to hlx church. The bo. Joseph Iing, 10 ears old, of l'U i:.ist 121th street, had t'cen wounded In tho hip. A group of hox had been pla.Nlng on the sidewalk when a re volver eliot was heard and young Long felt a sharp pain 111 hlx hip. They noil lied O'Callahan. who begin nn Investiga tion while Dr. Janoff of Harlem Hospital w,i dressing the boy's wound . Two discoveries led the policeman to nuestlon the minister. The nrst, made by tlm doctor, wan that hair n nullet iihii struck the Niy : the second was that tho railing In front of the minister's house Isire a fresh mark as It a bullet had hit It and hid splintered. The shot wax fired from the basement while Dr Holmgren was watching hlx wife do the week's Ironing, O'Callahan locked him up In the Kat izstii street polhc station on n cli.irte of felonious assault, and then, because tho minister's reneon for having shot seemed so trivial and bec.iuo of hlx responses to other questions, he wax sent to the psyrho pathlc waul of Helleme Hospital for ob scr iillon. DEADLOCK IN COAL INQUIRY. 1'ederxl nml Cnnnly Aiithorlllea Cinni In OpiiiiNtle Opinions. Two Important discoveries were made jfxterday by l'edeial and county otllclalx InveftlgatliiK the high price of coal In New Yirk Ity. The Federal authorities came to the, conclusion that, so fur as they could us certain, If the situation wax duo to a conspiracy It was hatched within the. State, and as such did not come under the jutisdktlon o the I'ldeml courts, while the County District Attorney's In veHlig.ilnrs. decided It wax probably a iiallonwiih- conspiracy, f then- wax one, ami us such did not come under State law Neither Federal n.r county au thorities would say positively that theie wax a conspiracy Police Commissioner Arthur Woods took ii hand In the situation yesterday when he Issued nn order to police cap. tains to nnd out the prices charged In each piccinct for coal, the names of the wholesalers furnishing coal to the retail ers, the amount of coal on hand, and whether or not speculators, are entering the Meld with coal at high prices, This dain will help the Investigators mate rially. W. VANDERBILT TO BE A MIDDY. (iris Mother's Permission nml Pre pares for ninl Academy. .tiwi-niiT, ii, i .Miv. ii. vvuiiam Van derbllt, mm of the lale Alfied G, Van. .Icibllt and .Mrs. French V.inderbllt, Is to try for nu appointment to the Nnval Academy at Annapolis. Tlm oiing min, who Is a great lover of the wnter, has Income mil to an expert In the handling nnd s.iiline; of small jnchtfi. i'or the last two or three eais lie hns been n student at til. Geoive's School, near here, but ho has become Interested hi the nnvv nnd h.m expressed n desire of allen-IIng the .Naval Academy. His mother has given her peimlnslon and be will take up sludleH that will lit him for the Naval Acadeiti) examinations HID CONTRABAND IN BAGGAGE. Miiiinfncliircr lined ,VH fur At tempt tn Undue llrltlsli lllnckllsl. Federal .luilge Thomas Imposed x fine of JRiin .veslerday on Theodor Frldlnnd, a wood pulp inunuf.irlurei', who pleaded guilty to attempting to hlp SLaOO worth of nickel und anllniony to Sweden without manifesting It as cargo. As slstnnt .I'nilcil States Attorne Wood explained that Fildlund had disguised the metal ax baggage hy ntteniptlng lo ship it In sixteen trunks Clement F Itoznnskl, attorney for the defendant, InsUted that hlx client had no Intention tn defraud hut merely wished to piotect his principals in Sweden against the llrltlsli blacklist. HAD FILMS IN SUBWAY; FINED. 47 llnililoyces of Mnvie Houses Pn If I O I '.a eh l On,. I'd. Fnity. seven employeex nf moving pie I nro thcatics, when arraigned before Magistrate Applcton In tho Municipal Term mint yesterday, pleaded guilty to having violated the ordinance which prohibits any one from carrying (Unix or other Inltnmmable material In the subways, so the .Magistrate lined them tlfl each. One other pleaded not guilty; the Magistrate found him guilty and fined htm ISO. FOOD DICTATOR TO BE SHORN OF POWER Bnlocki, tyiys Berlin Despatch, Is to Bet ire or Have Minor Post. JUXKKHS DISSATISI'IKI) Prussian Landowners Altered ly Maximum Price Set for Their Product. Lois-nov, Nov. f, A tlerllu ilepatc'i forwarded by way of Copenhagen says the Merlin W aniiotinrex that (len. (Irnener, who according to a lerrnt ie port wax to become head of the Depart ment of Xlunltlot.s, will be made dictator I of economics with absolute power to deal with exports nnd Imports nnd to have eontiol of the appointment of all ofllcl.ilx connected with food ijuestlons. According to the I'oal, Adolp'a von Itatockl, president of the Kood Iteguln tlon Hoard, jirolmbly will be placed under (If 11. Uroener unless, "as expected," he prefers to retire. There have been iepors recently of discontent III Germany with the manner In which the food supply problem wax handled. One complaint wax that the big Ger man landowners refused to sell potntoeii, nn Important Ingredient of German war bread, nt the maximum prlcu Von Itatockl had fixed and held a large share of the crop to force htm to agree to a higher prbe. The small farmers. It was said. ' had to sell at the price Von Hatockl fixed. I The same conditions. It Ix s.il.l, applied i to live stock and almost all farm ' produce. llerr von Hatockl wax appointed "food j dictator" on .May 22 last. He hud been tiber l'iesldent of iiist Prussia and had I ttxb1lshrd u leputntion by building up thoe parts of the province wasted by the Russians In their Invasion In the I summer of 1911. I The new official whx empowered to dispose "f alt foodstuffs. law materials land fodder. His authority Included con . trol of sales, consumption, Import and export, ax well itn fixing of prices. ! Trouble began for him Immediately He got threatening letters from Wuert ' temberi; and other south German stales warning him th'it they mtit not be I "sucked dry" of their larger hoardings of foodstuffs to feed less provident Pru.x ' sla. i llerr von Halockl said frankly In the ' Ilelchstag that the task of keeping rlvl! as well us military Germany fed wax tremndotis. Jle Instituted fatle-s and meatless days and tried travelling soup kitchens, which did not work. He or dered nt once the stnilng of food sup. Idles, ei-pcclally meat, for winter. He found the greatest difficulty In feeding the population of towns. T. R. TALKS TO TOWNSMEN. Winds l'i ( h in pit Ign nt (sli-r liny by PlnHnar Wilson. OrsTr.n Hat. L. I., Nov (1. Col. Hoosevelt never concludes n political campaign without an address to his f,.. low townsmen of Oyster li.iv, ami tn- nignt no spoke In the Opeia House be fore an audience which packed the uiildlng. Wilson and h.vpheiilsin were the target at which the Colonel directed hlx final salvo of the campaign. "At this moment." he said. "I believe theie 1 no way we can increase the Jeopardy of this country and Its liability to be warred upon more than by elect lug Woodrow Wilson. This Is so be cause the great military nations aru making up their minds they can treat Atneilca with contempt so long as wil son Is President, if they keep up the pinctleu the time will come when the American nation s individuals vull r.xe up and declare war." Col, Itoosevelt wound up by urglnghis townsmen to vote for Hughes ami the straight Republican ticket Robert i Hacon was chairman. Tlm meeting was preceded by a parade CHEFS THREATEN TO STRIKE. I Hotel Men Confronted With ' Trouble on election l)n. With thousands of reservations made ior rieciiou uinners at the hotels to-night, i the chefs are threatening to walk out .and leave the honlfaces Hat IMward .1, lllochllnger, who Is organ t Ir.er for a union known as the Hntei prise I Federation of Culinary and Allinentnry Syndicates, said yesteida) that h ex- peeled to Issue nil order for the tleup of I the hotel kitchens If tn.. ..-.. .i... '- .......ftv,n urn not nrccde to the demand of the chefs for a ten hour day. one day otf a wck nnd the union wage scale. Several of tho hotels have granted the demands, but others have leftist d. A committee of the cooks hax been ap pointed tn confer with the Hotel .Men's Association to-day In an attempt to rench an agreement. UNION DROPS CONFESSING MEN. Three Oilier ( nrinen Aroused ,if llnillll Pint ire Defended, The carmen's union vesteidi repu. i dialed three of the six nie-i arrested 'or , planting the bomb that wrecked the llft'h street and Lenox avenue mm if the subway on Ihc morning of October 21 Its counsel, Louis I'ni gcr, ap pealed at the arnlSil'iieit of Mi pi is. oners In the Wiishina'oti llmghta poPce court In helialf of George Pollack, Law. lence Kulle and HenJamin llainlll'n. I who assert they had no eart'elpn, 1,1 in the setting of the Infernal miehlm. Those who the polnc say have con fessed were not represented by mimsii when they weie brought befoie Magls- lie t itreen. ,1 hiich Menu, in. tp.iks. man for .Michael .1. Ilerllhy i.ml Th uiiax McGulie, entered pleas of "not kuIi,v," , STRIKE THREAT AT NAVY YARD. "r'"lk "muBiiumeii n,.j,.,.t i,i,. if Wnrklnyv Overtime. Wabiiinhton, Nov. 0. Draughtsmen In the Norfolk Navy Vanl have tejectnl a I Navy Department pioposal for oveitlnic I work to dlxtKiso of a lemporaiy hcciiiiiu. latlon of tepalr business and threaten to stilke. Their action will be reviewed by Secretary Daniels, Department mil. elulu hmv there Ix mi (iit,r.tim. . i. overtime work of draughtsmen at other yards. Draughtsmen at the Norfolk ynrd hnve been working seven Iiouih u day, and olllccrs say if they would work three hours overtime the accumulated busi ness would aoon be finished. SINKS SHIP FLYING THE AMERICAN FLAG (ierma'n ('-Boat Sends Lunao to the Bottom Had a Philip pine Kca:islry. C.iiinii'P, ov. T. The steamship liniio. which wax sunk by a siibmailne on October 2S, wax tinder Philippine icglstry and wax llyltjg the American ensign when destroyed, nrcordlng to statements made here on .Monday night by Capt. Henry Mainland, the only Amirlcan on bo.ud. Capt. Mainland, the other officers nnd the crew of the Lanao were landed here by the Norvvegl in steamer Tromp nnd are being looked after by Pulled Slates Col sut Lnthrop until he ran cnnimunl cat with the L.win ix nvvneis, the Kind ley Miller Steamship Company of Manila. C.ipt Mainland sayx the Latino wax carr;ing a cargo of rice from Saigon to I l.i I c. The submarine slopped the ship late in the afternoon, firing across her bow. After the engines were reversed two nine shots were tired, the captain says, nut none took effect. The ship's impel x were sent to the submarine, which v.tx tn mllex away. The German commander, speaking good K.igllsh, said that because the Lauao wax larrylug contraband, he was compelled to sink her. Tim Germans re moved some foodstuffs from the steamer and treatid the eiew courteously, trans ferring them to the Trump half an hour after their boat wax destroyed. Consul Lathnip has forwarded a report to the foregoing eiTect to Washington. Lo.siMiN, Nov. 7 (Tuesday). The morning papers give gie.u prominence to the rejioit that the steamer Ionian, sunk by u German submarine, was an American ship. Llo.vd's report that the esel was no longer of American UK Istry has not vet Ix-en published hero. The Lilian wax hailed In the darkness twenty-flvo mllex orf the Portuguese const by a German submarine on No emher 2. The chief oltlcer, who Is a Chinaman, took the eiew aboard the, submarine which sank tho Lnnao by a bomb placed In the engine room. TRAIN HITS JITNEY; 4 PERSONS KILLED Three Men and Woman Vic Unix of Accident at Free man's CrohMiia-, N. .1. Cllli..,,i;l.l'iiM, Nov. r, Four persons, a woman und three men, were killed late Ibis nfinnoon when u Camden train on the Medfnrd Division of the West Jeisev und Seashore ltalliu.nl struck a jitney In wblvli they weie riding at Freeman's Crossing, a mile and a half east of Had dontleM. N. J. The dead are Thomas J. Hampton. Wist Hi'illn, .V .1, miner ami driver of the motor mr: IMwanl Stahlltneet of i.'.M Tmresdale nvenue, Tacony, an in spector for a Philadelphia insurance tnmp.tll ; Wes,-v Cook of lteilln. N. .1 . and Mis Anna Whitemaii, 45 .!ars old. nf West It. tlm. N. .1. The Jitney was one that ran between li.tlin ntiil Jlailihinilelil. and it was on Us way to the latter place when the an I tlent oc lined It was demolished and the occupants were thrown many feet. The bodies of the thice i " rsutis vvhoi were killed rnjti lulit wcte hanjly recog-' nunhlc The tialn which struck the motor car! stopl'id and Hugged another train bound1 for Camden. Stahlknu t, who was still living, was pl.t. od nboaid und taken to! Caniih n. while an .ittil.ttl.ilii e couve.ved ' bun to tl'.e Cooper Hospital lie was suf fering from a fiauuied skull, and hla, dentil ocrtitieil a fin nilnules after be, was admitted. All Investigation is being made hv! Coroner Cook of L.niiel Spi lugs, N. .t. . He was untitled nf the a i lilellt snotty after it net ui nil nnd wint In the scene nnd v lew c! the bodies J MUSEUM HAS PILI.OTHERIUM. 1 Millies of Undent III u lis lllnel. Ilenr llriiiiulil Here. 1 The Anicnc.iii .Museum of Natuial! Hlsioiy has added to Ps coll. ctioiis the! skeleton of the pri'itheiiuni. nn animal about the sue of a black bear and lie xciilml as loKeinlilin ,i indent, whlcn Wns In H lnvii belweeil till eai'Si '.'.i'ix.iis I and ins rn II c The skeleton is the mil, inniplele one. of its Kind in mptivii.v It was found in Colorado by an expedition of soldi- l lists, headed by Walter Granger, asso ciate curator of the dcpni tnieiit ot i ertebi.ite piil.eonloli,gy The tlnd Is the, i exult of a twenty jeats hunt by the museum's scientists, who have never, lost conlldcni e In the belief that suih a j skeleton existed. Fragnielltni y pieces, of the i ill 1' it I i.'i i ii 111 hive In en uiie.rthedl before atid these ale ill the V ile collee-1 Hon The iilllother.uni had ilawx not; unlike a bear s. W. I Matthew, i uialor of the depart- ment, who ninie the nuiinuni enient of the museum's luck in getting what it Mat led after two de ades ago, sild that Albert Thoiiison, m .liatgn of tho niu sciiiu's expedition in Nrbr.ika. had so. lined tun icmiikible s'pccinn ii of the tbohippus. pionou:"'id lo b. a missing! link bctwicii tho t In io toed horse and 1 Ihe ni.iilrrn n is This animal h.is one I to. no e.i, Ii font The i liohl ppus is be lieved to hive eui some llguio in pre Instill io races MACKAY LEASES 834 5TH AVE. inUes Crank .1, linulil'. Iliiine, I'nr ii I ah t-il, for l.nnir Period, Clarence II Maeka.v his tented the K'ank J. Gould house at s:t Filth live, t. oc, between S'vtv-foiu th nml Slxlv-llfth snoots .Mr Mackay now occupies the llurden lUvcllIng at the soiilh coiner of Fifth avenue nml Ninety-second street, under u base which explics soon. The lluiilcu proper)) was bought recent I v bv I Main It. Cos, . ' " Mr. Maikav lakes th,, Gould house furulloil for u long.peiiod 11 Ix a live smiv dwelling, 111 in foot vviile ami lln fi ol deep Mrs Amco Giigg, tili-lm owns the dwelling adjoining In the south, .lohu W. Het boil occupies the dw i lllng on the north Th" Douglas Itohliisini. Charles s lliiiwn Cniiipanv negollaled the lease. Mr. Gould holds title tin the property in tho name of the Three Slates Iteallv Company. Indue Malum- llneU In ( nui l, ftcr ii jo ii's absence frinn the bench botauso of illmsx Judge .lames T ,la. lonn returned to Geiioial Sessions jes. icruay nun teceiveii a warm u Plenum from altornvx, nietnberx of tho District Attorney's sfC.T und others In the Crlm Inl Courts llulldliig. 4 TOWNS LOST TO MACKENSEN IN THE DOBRUDJA iaii ami Kiimuiumi Forces (titin Too in Trau sylvaniti Front. XKW OFFENSIVE HKGUM HY (JK. SAKMAlfOFF Germans Jlnrn Villages as The.v lli'ix'm lletreat Sontliward. 5.001) FOOT PKAK 1 TAKKX 1Y TKI'TOXg Davarians Stop L'etreat and Strike Back at Their I'ursitcrs. I.ONIHIV. Nov. fi. Though tho nibs, nlan nnd num.ininn armies in tho Do. britdj.a liavo begun successfully tho ex pected counter offensive against Von Mackensen and havo gained Initial sucrexx, the situation nn Itumanla'x northern frontier ix Imrdly so favor ablo for the defenders. In the Pohruilj.i Gen. Pakharoff, the Huxsiun ctiuiliiundcr who has Just taken chnrge, hns begun to cnopcrnto with (ion. ltcrthelot, the I'renchtnan coniiiiiindliig on the north. I list ad vanced tioopx, Kiissl.tn cavalry and Russian and Rumanian Infantry, have driven ndViinced Teuton forcex from four villages, two nf them nn tilt- Dan ube. The Ileelni; Teuton-! set lire to the villages. The Russians and Ru manlana In form nre expected tn ol low up thLs .idvnntage with a big at tuck. La Omu, the loftiest peak- on the edge ot tho Hurst'sc gioup nf the Tiansyl vnnlan Alps, lias broil stoiined by the Teutons. Tb's o.nnn foot height was an Important a- I strong loisVon of Hot Rumanian defence of the Prahova Vol ie). It s a nulu M'U'hwest of t e lia biicettil position, which tho Teutons slTincd tsterday. Iliitfirlaits Turn on I'oe. Tlie lotre.it of Vim F.ilkenh.i.vn'x 11a. varliiu troops In the Jill Valley has stopped iind the Teutons, irenforced have turned upon the Rumanians mid beaten hack their oieiy attempt lo pene trate the Sxunl nk Pass and oros again Into Transylvania. Thus Hi" loft wlug'x flanking lnoveuient seems doonieil to fall, lire, for the S.uiduk Pi.s Is easily de fended. The Rust,in nnd Ituin ini ni flanking movement in the Cuipxth.rx south of Dnrna Wati a has l en stopped nlso. After driving in k Hie Au-'i ' l'i" n mile and mine esteiila, lln: aliatUing troops ale unable In pi'igres Niaier Hie rentre the Rumanian at tempt lo turn the Hank of tho mini Teuton mil. line down th. I'lahova Val ley hy pusli.iig ahead In 1 lie IliittOict P isx mid the Hiuti Va.lov. to the east ot Hie I'tali .v.i Vallev. n . i with no innto sue i"s tami esteid.i. In the I lulu uilj.i. h.i.v.vi'. Gin. Sak- haioff has begun npcinlii.nx w ilh suet ess, though not in forio Him Russian and Rum in.nn outposts hav diiv.ii advanced let tchlllellts of Votl M.ukensi'lls troops from font villages, vvh, h the Ruma nians nnnouiiitt the Ten ons s. t on lire as tliev left llicm. Ten Mites I'roiii lllrsotn. The llt.Ws iletlmtlh lives the position of tho Ktini'i. Itirn.it I in nt iiiv that seemed le.cntl) in pei 1 of ile'stnictlon Thev I nve pushed Isiii, t i i position tluily-llvo tulles ninth nf the Danube loop and the sun,, dislaii. n.iith of the Const, ni7..Coni.ivoda in lra-l Tliev aio now about ten miles nmth of Husovn, on the Danube, the Inst ,'laee Vmi Macken. sen announced liU viitoiou tio,i had entered. The village of D.teal. one of those Md on llie, is ten mil. u noith of lllixova. Tin- lliiiiiniiliiii sinleiuenl. To-da s Riiinaiilan iillu ial statement fullovvN : On the frotiller of west Moldavia tho situation Is inn hniiged. In the H11.0U Val'iy at Table rtiltii and tlratocia aitlllcij duels are pro iccding. In the Piabov.i Vallev we repulsed enemy attacks front i dips toward out cenlie and our left w.ng F.ghHlig Is pioioeiling. to the north of the I'eibulill Valley. In the region nf Dragnslavele theie ha- been ,m urtil'.ory bombaidnient On the light bank of the Alt violent fighting continues In the ivg.on of Ra. uv itra-Pllesti Give miles north of litcstl). t!l the Jill V-illey Ihe encni) leooUerl reenfnrcenients, nnd we discontinued our pursuit. At Orauva Hi" sitiiuion is tin changed. Southern Front All along ihe Dan. uhc theie has been iiil.ltoiy a, llvity. Hinges Sot on nre, Ilnbi udj.i - I ur advariee detachments forcfd the enemy to rot ii r. During Ills N-' i eat ho set tiro to Ihe villages of Ii.ieni, Gailiol, RoMtiati and Galdir To-dny's Geiman statement siiyif Front of Aichdilke Ch ni. x Fiaii' is- -Ibigageincntx in the Tulghex sector and between Altchan. and the itod.a I'.isx road piocicded without change In llie situat on. Southwest nf l'icdeal we raptured I.a Omu height and ix.nl" further pingross southeast of Rotliciithurm l'ass On both sides of the Sxiirduk Pass load Rilliiani in all i. Us weie ti pulsed On the 'loiithern front wo Inol. more Hi. Ill I'll men pi .snllci s The booly tal.t n by the Russians jes ludiiy In their nrst success In launch ing n diversion In the Carpathians lo le llevo pressure on the Rumanian centre was considerable, Tho Russian state ment follows ; In the region south of Mount La muntalu our troops as the result of an