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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1906, New York, New York NEW OCTOBER 2, TH P WEATHER 8 i H 9v ju n i IM ii Partly with tures and Greater New f Jersey Governor Announces He Is There Only to Extend AMNESTY TO BE PROCLAIMED Landing of Marines Causes No to Leave Special Cable to THE NEW YORK 190G. Oct. Taft's speech to-day at the exercises at the Havana founded by the Dominicans two is the dominant note His that Cuba was to remain a republic was received with unbounded The audience was composed of the flower of the social and al life and intelligence of the Whose cordial reception pleased tary It has the custom of the authorities to have the President of the republic address the Students and visitors each Taft appeared in lieu former President Pal ma. Tho country is in general though unimportant trouble is ed from Isolated where the Moderates are in These Small disturbances are due largely to the overbearing actions of the local of- and the liberal newspapers here tay there is need for a force than Secretary Taft originally expected be necessary to police the In this connection considerable com- ment has been caused by the mimber of Ships and marines now in the vicinity Merchants report a general revival of activities from the day tary Taft's proclamation was a normal condition is expected Mien the rebels will take place a few MRS. Thrown from Her Carriage in for a Special to The New York Oct. wife of Elisha was injured runaway accident late this She was in a carriage with Mrs. Bullock of her when the horses became entangled in the As the coachman attempted to turn them into Kay Street from one of the streets leading from Broadway the horses became Turning too they overturned the Mrs. her arid the coachman were thrown The two latter escaped from the but Mrs. Dyer was beneath the vehicle nnd a short distance before the horses from the ness and left the When who saw the accident reached the scene Mrs. Dyer was un- conscious and blood was flowing from her and She recovered con- andi started to Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Safe took Mrs. Dyer tn their automobile to Dyer's In where physicians were The cuts about were of a very serious but the shock was and Mrs. Dyer is to-night in a serious her cians feel confident that she will she will be confined to house several The breaking from tho ran along Kay Street vue a short distance of tho Dyer is one of the best-known men In society in. New and Her maiden name was Sidney and her first husband was Donald The daughter of that Miss Laura is her mother's almost constant Some ago the then Mrs. Swan divorced who since married she married EUsha son of Dyer of Rhode For years the Dyers have had a cottage at Newport in the season and a house In New York in go abroad between Mr. Dyer has for been one of the best cotillion but the Dyers usually entertain with dinners It is their almost always have a box at the annual Horse in son Square and their guests in- clude persons notable in Runs Down Yonkers Turning Turtle at the CHILD CRUSHED TO DEATH Half a Dozen Others May Die of In- Rod and Motorman Was Packed with a tt car on line of the Yonkers road ran away at top speed down steep Horseshoe Hill at Lincoln near shortly after 5 o'clock last jumping the tracks at of 'the turned burying the sixty or more passengers in the Every one of passengers was or less some of whom will and a old baby was so badly kicked in the head In panic rush of the passengers that it died Iri the The oar was a closed ford Park at P. M. in charge torman Andrew It was crossing Jerome Avenue there is a steep hill shaped like a When at the apex of tho horseshoe the the car and the car shot The realized that something was and attempt to on the reverse but before could do so the car struck the curve at the of tho jumped the and shot across the There it struck a boulder and turned burying the passengers In a pile glass and motorman and conductor both stuck to their but were the car struck the curve there was a wild fight on the part of could do so to get out of Only those on the rear platform were able to jump when the car left the but the accident came so quickly fighting and screaming to get no progress by the passengers in escaping was made until just before the car turned Many of those hurt were injured in the fight to Broken glass and splintered wood also injured Persons living hearing the telephoned St. Joseph's and work of caring for the Injured Three men in automobiles who refused to give their names lent 23 PUT TO MATH BY Cossacks Then Tired and Forced Peasants to Beat Ono Oct. ants were tried to-day on the charge of devastated the estate of M. ex-Minister of Sixty-three were to while thirty-four were The trial brought out a recital of. the horrible atrocities committed by the upon the The chief of the accompanied .by ment of reached soon after the All the peasants on tho once gathered in. No investigation was The chief in- priests to administer the last ment to the and then ordered the Cossacks to beat all to The butchery lasted for four Twenty-three peasants were killed and one hundred and thirty were The then thoroughly tired compelled the peasants continue ging each and men had to beat their own and The victims of this slaughter were in- those really guilty haying escaped by In spite of these revelations the court found sentences as related STEAMBOAT OFFICERS STRIKE and many of. .to the Edward Oct. Gov. Taft's actions in the hearts the people have gone far to win him a warm have been placed in his this n t the opening of the University of he declared his mission here was solely for the purpose of uplifting the fallen lic and restoring it path of an announcement which was re- solved with demonstrations of delight by in audience representative of the highest society in Following this it be- rime known that Gov. Taft and Assistant Secretary of State Bacon had cabled for wives to join them a step cannot but be most agreeable the Cuban and which will strongly nient the bonds of affection between them and tho American provisional Still another act of Gov. Taft's Is fy commended as illustrative of his thoughtful consideration of the humbler Learning that many poor Hos occupying the temporarily disused barracks at Camp were be summarily evicted by order of the Cuban in preparation for the of the quarters by the brigade Taft directed that these people remain undisturbed in their homes ias a period of fifteen In the while n portion of the marines will remain Went to Camp in His The order of eviction had been issued In name of the Provisional of the plight 'the present of the Gov. went to Columbia in an ex- that he had not been aware of the and rescinded the He left the camp amid cheers and warm ex- pressions of gratitude from the The news of this act of humanity spread and received highest these evidences of American earned such general favorable pent that the landing of the brigade of harines which will constitute the here caused hardly a. of ex- Much of the Governor's time was in receiving officials of the departments and Judges of tho With the members of the preme Court Gov. Taft held a prolonged concerning the of a proclamation of general This is of the most view Jf the fact that at many points on the notably many persons ive in jail awaiting the disposition of The Governor to-day also Appointed Major Eugene F. Ladd and Alexander Gonzalez a committee to audit the accounts of the J. Monteagudo and Carlos on Page 2. Higher Pay Vessels Tied Up at Special to The New York Oct. fight of the licensed officers of the steamboats of the Chesapeake Atlantic and the Delaware Virginia Railway Companies higher pay is fairly the men themselves as satisfied with the result of. the first day's which would seem to be in the nature of a Four boats scheduled to sail did others that were to have sailed remained tied to their The of the companies express themselves as confident that they will be able to cope successfully with the situation by putting the schedules effect somewhat earlier than Many of the boats expected to be in- in the difficulty are now on their routes and the action to be taken by their officers cannot be known until the time for their next sailings from vessels of the New York and more Transportation Company of the Ericsson the latter running between this city are not d. The other two companies named above are controlled by the Pennsylvania B. Page 0, Arrivals of Out-of-Town Page 11 Business Page 11. Dourt Page 11.. Financial Pages 12, Marine Intelligence and Foreign Page 14. Page 14. Real Page 15. Page 0. United Page 11. Page yesterday's Page 4. Page 18. Auction Page 17. 0. Furnished Rooms and Page IS. Help end Situations Page 18. Hotels and Pago 18. 11. arid Page 18. a Pago 9. Rummer Pagre 14. PREACHER'S LETTER A Thief Admits Using tils to Deceive Joseph alias George of. 13 admitted to Magistrate Walsh in the Harlem Court yesterday afternoon that he had robbed Mrs. Anna of 012 West 147th Street in was held in bail for and Harry to whom he is alleged to have sold the was in the same bail for further has a jewelry store at Second Bailey had in his session a letter of recommendation from a According to Bailey's confession in police he went to see the Rev. pastor of 141st Street and Convent He attended the minister's church and got into his good Later he went to see the minister his at 36 Hamilton and told him that could not get The minister gave him a believing that he was according to his to see Mrs. Anna Wallace armed with the from the She employed him to clean according to that he a gold three and from Mrs. Wallace and then left the Mrs. Wallace notified the police of her and Bailey was ar- DOESNT LIKE THE SHERIDAN ASHORE Had to Beached to Save Her from Oct United States Army transport which ran aground on Barber's at the west extremity of the Island of was floated to-day with the assistance of transport but had to be beached to prevent her from and now lies close to the western en- trance of Pearl It is believed that a big hole was torn in of the when she was coming off the and that be a total The was being towed to but after floating took a heavy When she had proceeded about ten from Barber's half the distance to this her lines attached to the and the tug Manning were suddenly cast off. Her bow was pointed toward the and she was beached in a tion which Is difficult to The are ing by to lend her all SPEED indorsement of Judiciary May Be the CANDIDATE SEES LEADERS this city also took some of the in- jured to the hospital in his Many refused to but went to their homes after their hurts St. Hospital had forty-two most of only Buffering from contusions or The baby of Mrs. Avenue stepped on arid kicked so in rush that she died later at 1he Her was terribly Mrs. Barlick and a also suffered from inter- and cuts and contusions on the head and Mrs. List of i son Street had her skull She wiU it was said at the Others seriously injured Mrs. South contusions of at St. Joseph's I Jefferson arm at St. Joseph's Vista broken contusions of tho broken injury to spinal St. Joseph's Mrs. 113 Ludlow fracture of the broken contusions about the St. Joseph's 120 left shoulder bJEide bruises on chest as someone's elbow was jammed into case may St. Joseph's of fractured may St. Joseph's Mrs. 67 broken St. Joseph's daughter of Mrs. chest injured about very St. Joseph's 11 fractured may St. Joseph's Mr. ribs crushed not ex- to St. Joseph's A car bound from Yonkers to New York had just passed the scene accident and the plight of the car was The motorman had stopped a little beyond when ho saw an accident was The passengers ran back and began to drag out those inside the car through the ken Others were hauled by way of All were laid on the grass in a alongside the Word was telephoned to this and Superintendent Frank Burton jumped on a car at the and went to the scene at To reach it he had to send cars on the line ahead of him along without He waa on the scene before all the injured were out of the Two cars New York had meanwhile reached the One of those who went to the scene of the accident was a Mrs. who lives not far She saw what taken place and ran with an of sheets and other linen to the scene sto provide plenty of bandages being on quick action served to allay much pain and On the she worked over the She was kneeling over One Injured i j. j A nian bandaging a tear in the flesh when i Says Captains Aren't deliberately down and Fit for Police Commissioner is. dissatisfied with the of Cap- tains eligible for promotion to He told Mayor McCIellan tore a gold watch its pin from her Before Toy could reach her feet the person was lost in the The police station contains a heap of articles recovered by the police from the wreck of the There are broken and of men day that there wasn't a man on the list that he would willingly make an In- Allegations relative to every one on the list had come to he made believe that none of was qualified for and boxes of a of hair and Christian Science The motorman and the conductor were detained by the to assure their being on hand to be Coroner gave name and but before police had a talk which these n had a chance to see he Mayoi McCIellan made no reply to went away the conductor even refused Col. Bingham to say who he is. said later at Police but he smiled a the Commissioner that him believe the Executive was in accord with his When the Commissioner returned from his vacation he asked for a list of bles for promotion to The old list from the last batch of was appointed was turned over This is the list to which he ob- Capt. William name heads the John with them a representative of the com- The Yonkers Common Council held a meeting last to consider application for extensions of the Union Railway Com- franchises -in Mayor Coyne attention to the seriousness of the and said the Aldermen should demand that air brakes be sub- for the antiquated hand brakes on the trolley The Aldermen ad- without giving the company the desired Threw His Son from a Oct. Patrick Coyne and Gallagher are in Tine i threw Ills three-year-old son over the for Formosa and MHogan Intn tho Mn tare Acting Hodgins for- I twenty-second street into the merly In command of the Tenderloin River this and lowed after him in ah evident attempt at there several raids made over his He was to City Recently he was back to the After Usher's tba Scroll The boy was but the father was Hotel Martinique and 33d.St. management ajg St. The Pennsylvania Driver Is Fined B Third Special to blew York Oct. engineer the Pennsylvania on the Pennsylvania was before Burgess Arthur Stuart of again this changed with violating an ordinance by running his train through the borough speed which Chief of Police Doran declares was a mile in 55 In spite his plea of not guilty he was fined and This was but ney took a transcript of the This is been arrested speed of limited the is Each day a policeman with a stop takes the limited as it through The matter probably will be fought in the It is understood just ing Wilkinsburg the fireman and the en- gineer exchange places in the and the charge will be made that the wrong man has been CRUISER SAVED Hungry Cuban Had the City Almost at Their Oct. here this afternoon of- the American Moines relieved a serious Fully armed revolutionists were encircling the city within throe They were badly without and There had been constant discontent was and insurgents were ening to raid the The Government forces concentrated inside Santiago were not sufficient to drive the besiegers All the official Cuban flags had been lowered when the Des entered the Commander Culver he lias no instructions to and that his mission here solely for the preservation De- Castillo is expected He will proceed at with the work of JR. Erroneous Report Makes It a Subject of Comment in Special Cable to THB YORK 1900. J Oct. Thus does tory repeat remarks The don to the reported dictum of the American magistrate that Theodore son not a The globe's meaning is that we have ton in waiting for him many The Globe's reference to Theodore doubtless grows out of tho judicial inquiry into the ard students on Boston on clayj Young Roosevelt was supposed to have some knowledge of but declined to impart it to the A from Boston night said that the magistrate had made no com- ment on the veracity of the President's NEW RATE LAW in Commission Construing the Law of Commission has a most important conclusion with respect to the railway rate it has embodied in a general order made public It holds where State forms part of an rate the rate should be filed with the This is an entirely new feature with the operation of the Com- merce The further announcement was macle that the commission wherever possible construe the law in advance without waiting for any particular com- plaint to be made upon which to base its In this way it is. that a number of complaints will be an- and the work of the commission correspondingly TO TO PACIFIC via Missouri Pacific and Denver Rlq Granda Scenic Rocky Tickets on sale dally until October 80th. Through tourist sleeping Particulars 335 Burnett's of Vanilla la the by bast They Are Said to Have Agreed That the Ticket Be E. the candidate for had a talk lasting more than an a train with dent Roosevelt yesterday Re- turning to Mr. Hughes had a con- lasting with County Chairman Parsons and Timothy L. ruff For than an after hie turn from his talk with the with the Woodruff said that In spite of. the of some Republican district leaders in he had urged that the Republicans of Kings County should indorse the picket offered by the of Mr. said that the nominees of the Committee of One Hundred represents the best Judgment of the best lawyers of Kings County formes a judiciary ticket which and probably get the of majority of zens of Kings Woodruff took the earne ground with reference the this and it waa practically mined at the conference to targe Re- publican Judiciary indorse the action of the Judiciary In- this view Mr. Woodruff had the hearty assent of who is himself one of the Judiciary was disposed also to accord with their expressed in spects ticket was to criticism and did not the wishes of the Republicans of. New York It is that the action of the Nominators will be indorsed the is known President Roosevelt this the conference it was determined that the Republican campaign so as proceed lines free personal of Mr. known that Mr. Hughes refer to his opponent in his of ance to-morrow will refer to the convention of and he will describe as having been ous f nil of make aome to Hearst Mr. Hughea is determined conduct his ft dignified Arrangements have been made by the Republican State Committee for the culation of tho speeches of. Raines of Rochester and John B. of which were de- livered at the Buffalo land which strongly attacked Hearst and Mr. Woodruff also for dependent to aome action to and organize the pendent Democratic sentiment is Mr. As ber the Republican Club is entitled to a guest to the meeting to-morrow Woodruff very anxious that the shall select Democrats rather than Mr. got to see the President as Roosevelt was ori the way to ington with his from As the President wais waiting in: Jersey City for his private the to be to the Mr. Hughes It was evident that the meeting had been carefully Mr. Hughes had expected to talk the President up to the time for the de- parture of his train at in the The wias so inter- that Mr. Hughes the President's invitation to company him as far as A large crowd gathered in. the Jersey City station to greet the and he was heartily as he went to his v Mr. and the cheers of the crowd were redoubled when they saw the President the candidate for the Governorship arm in President Roosevelt came on the platform of. his car Roosevelt several times and He greeted persons In the and he said that he enjoyed his and hard Mr Hughes took the train back from Trenton after and at 4 in the afternoon he to the new Republican at 12 East Thirtieth where he had a conference with A saffe was sent to County Chairman sons him join the Mr. Parsons had returned to the County Committee headquarters but a short time and ho to Thirtieth Secretary joined them In. an of the conference Mr. President and I had a in- it is he should be much in the State and in our hour's talk went over It would be obviously improper reveal what was but I can talked Yes we talked couldn't get away from that at this We will start the ball rolling here Wednesday night when tho notification ceremonies will will much froni on until election So far it has been arranged that I shall speka on night .in Carnegie with Bruce and torney On Saturday I have two engagements in and I shall probably start on my first the State on The details have yet .to be At this point Mr. Woodruff broke in statement in regard the way contributions were in response to the appeal he had sent Hughes took up the need the sinewe he and we need a lot of them for the mate of the I like to make it clear as that no one need .be to send what he can. We have cut out any contributions from and so we shall to rely on the support of the We want to the and we that any who has the fare of the party at heart and can to contribute to its expenses will do so. Every one can be assured the money will go for proper I am told that tho so have been very said Mr. have every reason to be the funds are corning in. The amounts small for but they have been and this shows the wide interest that is being taken in the The first check I got Was from a whb he had always voted the other that Crisis like that he should riot only vote for Mr. but to defray expenses of his Mr. Hughes said that he would like to the newspapers his preciation of many letters and tele- crams of congratulation he both from Democrats and have been swamped with lie while under ordinary circum- I make it a point to knowledge the of business has been so great and the time to do things in. so that 1 must make a through the Mr. Parsons first to look out is the TIMES pointed out very clearly this and It wili not do to go -on the that a Next Monday and Tuesday are the first two registration and I am very anxious to have a large ber of and voters NO Baseless Carnegie Was to Make a Gigantic Special Cable THH NEW YORK 1000. Oct. very pretty story that was soon to be distributed by Andrew Carnegie for the benefit of humanity proves to a to The Yorkshire which put the story In Mr. Carnegie had called upon the School Boards and other of land to advise him as. to hie and It was gravely stated that Mr. Carnegie did not care where the money intent so as he rid of and that he made only one that no preacher get a penny of He was to any number of but ers must look elsewhere than to him for their the story has been denied Skibo and the preacher Is no worse off than anybody GEORGE thrown from His Which Was Frightened by an AutOr Special to The York Oct. George Evans -a backer 50 Wall New was tills morning by from a. on Main The horse by an Auto- pi off ltd His shoulder was badly 1p4. After Routing Testifies Against N. Mary of 104 years beforo the Jury here to-day and against Roxy who is of planning robbery of the agred H i She drove the robbers from her premises by hurling 0 lighted their Mrs. came tended long of stairs In the Court House rather than trust herself In TO GOVERN BY Gov. Stokes Says He Can Rule That Way While Hunting In Pennsylvania Special to Tiie New York Times OpC For the first time in the history Of telephones in New tlie State; is to be by long f rohi goes for the Under the State in the absences of the the President of the Seriate is sworn in. ao says he is to be gone so short a it would not be swear in Seriate President Bradley to apt in his Hte also that while long distance are in existence he can be iri with affairs ih State at any TO KILt for Made on Mrs. Rich arci Robinson of Oct. Richard T. of the Secretary of the J. i. Case has cei ved a letter purporting to be from two who live iii or demanding threaten i t is not paid over all of the Robinson family will be KILLED IN AiUTO Daughter of Joseph M. Phillips of dehver the A large automobile in Joseph his small and Thomas a were a tramway car near the Central Loop this afternoon While at high entire party to the and the daughter of Mr. crushed to younger escaped with Close i was badly and wds to his home in an escaped in Canon to Lay the of the Roslyn Oct. H. Bryan of Garden City will lay the cor- for the is built by Mrs. C. H. on Thursday 3 in the after- The is to be a. to Parish as a to and is being erected bhU architectural lines similar those of the which was opened a week some of her friends to be witness the The will be one the most pretentious on Long out- side or and will be constructed of clinker It will be about 100 feet long and 70 will placed in it. Rescue Tenants at Blaze in HarSem Apartment Fire started on the second floor bf the apartment house .at the southeast corner of Amsterdam 11.6th Street at 5 o'clock yes flames started in a suite rooms that engaged by Mrs. who had been be u higher up Part of her belongings were in the new There are forty in the A art and several of the helped others the to the street without The flames to the third floor before were put out by the The was perhaps Adirondacks Deer Hunting Oct. deer hunting season opened at rand to-day many hunters were in the are be HE IS NOT FOR MURPHY i This After Demanding Lion's Share of the Judicial Ticket SPEECHES FULL OF ATTACKS He Says and Others Are tion of Their William Randolph Hearst repudiated diaries Murphy of Tammany Hall last He came Out and with that IUD matter whether 1 phy was for him or he was not for The due to an offered by one in the gallery tit the HiVe places in Brooklyn ifc Hearst and ure from his written his re- of the man said to be ble for nomination at Buffalo caused somewhat of a stir the Mr. Hearst's managers In the had it out that he demanded the privilege of Supremo Court on tho County judicial In 1 Murphy Mr. had asked for only four of these All of the five meetings well and hi a reception iri cafle was His speech ft short with only minor he by the In every The interruption at Brooklyn 17 the second meeting the i Mr. Hearst was off be had to thank had mentioned the agents of ono in tha said to be ah adherent of Pat whose district Hearst was out in a clear about Charlie There were cries of Put him don't put him Hearst after a pay any more attention to him than 5 pay to Frederick who hod introduced Hearst Interrupted tho will let that some other eaid Mr. speak this It does not matter is for me or not for It does not matter how much Murphy is for h am not for rous applause this ancL the young man in gullery Mr. then up on to say that diation of tho corporation at was only thing that made possible for him to run on the Democratic Later in the at the last when Mr. Hearst was addressing ft gathering at Prospect he had passed down tho line of those whom he had to thank the opposition to when some one shouted how about Pat retorted Mr. Mr. Hearst started from his home at the corner Twenty-seventh Street and Avenue at a quarter past 8 o'clock to at five in lyn He traveled in a big Toledo and there were two for the who liad a hard time keeping up with the It is a safe assertion that the speed limit fully a dozen times during the by every automobile in the The party traveled down Second through hordes of children who had to jump clear of the across the bridge was a speed miles an At the further there waa a blaze of honor of the arid at the Palace 01 Grand Mr. Hearst's agents had also been at Tho crowd in the rink numbered not and not a ta be In. the low Mr. Hearst looked very big indeed in his long frock were cheers when he canie arid prolonged cheers ever he point in his Once the three vociferous cheers fpr at the of some one iri tho audience. At mention of Mr. Jerome Mr. Hearst called upon to it to The Chairman at this ing was Register The speech delivered by Mr. Hoarst here and at the other was as I think the in this popular between those who are In KJ favor of by corporations for campaign should be clearly drawn those In privilege and in favor of their private profit are In favor of government by people the public 4 Independence fo the purpose of freeing the ment from the corrupt and control of corporations and liberating the people from such unequal un- American The Democratic Convention at lo openly arid scornfully repudiated the corporation agents who Were there to in- vest their money in the of and that repudiation waa one thing that made it possible for the nominees of. the Independence to accept the 4< The corporation forces are now united the corporation attorney of tho corporation and the line I have so labored to have clearly drawn is clearly In all my and In all the acts of my life I have endeavored to mako my celar on this important but I to acknowledge the assistance 1 from I to thank Alton B. iam F. Edward M. Paul District Attorney and other corporation attorneys and paid political agents B. Parker is a typical tion He can be feed to hold any on any and argue any a is. the attorney who appeared in the election case on the sidO election in very he had formerly and argued against the very opinion he self had formerly and there in securing a reversal of own 201'H CENTUBIT TO CHICAGO IN 18 Leaves P. arrives Chicago night's ride by the A other fast trains to St. oad the Adv. It is possible that the arguments of Parker were not as as the arguments of the employers of Judge nevertheless it cannot be denied that Parker argued to reversal of and to deny tho ple their political he did this because the tions who employ him as their tion attorney wanted to do to thank for opposition to
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