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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, New York, New York THE Rain late wind fresh VOL. NEW OCTOBER 10, i New 12S5 Leader's a Surprise for Straight Ticket MAYOR SHARPLY ATTACKED One Delegate Refers to Judas Smallest can Attitude Judiciary THE COUNTY Justice of tho Supremo JAMES W. For of tho Court of General JAMES EDWARD For Sheriff of New York For of tho City JOHN H. J. JOHN THOMAS F. ALEXANDER FRANCIS ILL At Present Speed She Should Be Here at Continuous Coughing Causes Fear of Cable NEW YORK Oct. Is much un- easiness over the condition of the Em- Francis Joseph's illness is not very serious at the present but on account of hte great was 77 years old in is a great deal The Emperor coughed all last The have Cashing of 601 It is reported that they fear Three prominent were in consultation All they would say afterward waa that the greatest care The is at SchOnbrunn from what described via Cape N. Oct. P Without a hitch rind with very little show of real enthusiasm on the part of the the Democratic County Convention put through a straight ticket last at Tammany naming candidates for the place on the Supreme Court three places on the bench ot the Court of General six of the City finc'l the Incidentally or rather the Tammany tlon Executive on tho platform adopted at tho convention a year and openly re- the Republican leaders for riot with tho Democrats on the showing plainly that Murphy henchmen are bitter over being thrown down by tho The star feature of the Tammany was the nomination of Tom of the Bowery for Sheriff of the This choice morsel was kept till the arid the large crowd of that the main floor of the hall until thb When Foley wag put in nomination by P. J. broke and the noise heard on three blocks L The Cheering constituted one continual the shrill of police whistles ami tho harsher note of the tin horn through tho general roar and The band played though not of music be With nomination of by the con- vention two-thirds of the crowd leaving the motion to adjourn Before that the gathering had been utterly slate was ar- ranged by tho nominating committee just before the convention way called to order Thomas F. chairman of the Committee of the Tho Executive Committee met at 0 o'clock and appointed the Nominating which met and adjourned until 1. Then for an hour and hatf the were juggled finally down as a nominee for the eral Sessions was first put for- ward as a candidate for City Then Frank tho Assistant was discussed as a Ten before the tion the whole ticket was j with tho exception of the name John Vincent whose vion constituted the one the Mr. McAvoy is a son of the Tammany Thomas John J. former Corporation was appointed temporary raan and later made permanent Throughout the proceedings he held a typewritten programme in his hand and followed it He first recognized F. who offered the which was ly The Democracy of Vow York County the platform adopted by Con- Hold in Buffalo We action of our representatives in tho State In to of all in tbo choice of Judaea a feature of our Judicial The of Republican to Join In a to the of confidence In iho judiciary by refusing to or confer with tho denounce as nn unworthy attempt .to At tho expense of tho o to this Important In political lo proved by tho aken last wo shrink tho verdict of tho people upon tho 01' tho Party to faithful The of contenta over tho of lw this oily tor five years han boon tho of In to tho of nominated by Tammany und in tho first Instance Had bwn object of violent The to ttao public interests which has won for uy the approval of the people many wo pledge on behalf SI by this convention this R. Burnham -In nominating Mr. Gerard for Supremo declared iv that sonao of the convention was a was So would be an Gerard is a son-in-law of the late Marcus and a house at 5fet He io prominent in and te member of the jaw firm of Pie is 40 years a graduate of find of the by U Court Justice George Roeach and the by James Wnen the s name some one Where's Tally nominated who io Assistant Corporation held that office for the i. wV la 41 years old d a of Jeremiah T. put Mr. Mulqueen in Is 45 yoara oM a College only the trusteeship of tbe as bronchial the temperature of hla Majesty was 101 this evening It was The Emperor's condition became worse after tbe strain of the long ences accorded yesterday to the Arch- duke Francis Ferdinand and the garian Interior Count An- Dr. the Hungarian was to 'the Kaiser to-day in view of the opening Parliament and the news that he has returned to Budapest without an ence has created tho greatest An official bulletin issued to-night says that his Majesty's catarrh Is but that hio Is worse and that he will by compelled to take better care of The bulletin says the Emperor has not been able to receive the Ministers and cates that the programme for the proaching entertainment in Vienna of the King and Queen of Spain will have to toe STRIKE IN Everything to be Special Cable to THM NEW YORK are being made for row's suffrage demonstration in in view of the strike of all workmen for the and fears of collisions with the tors who have arrived in the capital from 177 different towns of the Socialist organ to-day states that the milk depots will remain open till and supply to the Otherwise everything be Hotel visitors are in a as all cafes and restaurants will be closed owing to tho waiters on No shops will for the tradesmen fear of the In view of the possibility of disorder between the and the factories are guarded by and the hospitals have prepared for the reception of Count Andrassy declared to-day that he purposed introducing at once in the Hungarian Parliament a providing for and that consequently the demonstration planned by the Socialists would be like in an open Discovery Causes Among Paris to YOKK Oct. of the foremost physicians of Wickham and created a sensation at the Academy of Medicine by a re- port on their discovery of method of removing birthmarks by the action of Such marks have hitherto method has proved equally successful in tha cases of and The marks are effaced by the simple The action Is regulated by the length and frequency of the A series of exhibited the Academy showed the gradual dis- but whose initials as his hat band are M. R. arrested late laot of intoxication after a light in the fore aid of the waiters In the OU F Carew nominated pr who occupies a place on tho as does John H. who was by J. lU SIX W J in Policeman Drexler of the Went pressed Street Station joined them and the man on this the finally subdued and to the to-day declare that i police now likely to regain ribbon I In evening and of Atlantic It 1 when questioned .at the station V Average Is 24.21 Knots for the Run from ON BOARD THE Oct. 9, by Wireless Tele- At 9 o'clock the Lusitania waa in north and 58.41 From noon the steamer has covered 216 an average of 24 knots an She is now knots from and 708 knots tram Sandy Hook The average for this entire dis- tance has been 24.21 nautical miles an At this speed it Is sible she may reach the Lightship midnight Thursday or even a few minutes The weather to-night is clear and the The steamer is being ON BOARD THE via Cape N. Oct. At noon the tania was in north and longitude 54 run nautical miles since noon averaging 24.76 knots per For hours during this run a tog pre- with a fresh southwest The run of 017 miles beats the tania's world's record of 608 miles made between noon Monday and noon From the Special Correspondent of TUB NEW YORK TIMES on Board the ON BOARD Oct. 8, by Telegraph to Cape Oct. The at to-day completed a world's record for one day's having gone 608 miles since Monday best previous one day's run was by the land of 601 miles in 1001. 'The tania's through very northwest winds and rough A hotter is expected The weather is clear and speed has from 23.8 knots an The remarkable run is due to the excellent work of engineer tendent and additional Our position at noon to-day latitude north and 40.10 VANDERBILT WEDDING Later Than Was Mother Live in Special to Thf New York Oct. riage of Miss Gladys Vanderbilt to Count Szechenyi of Hungary will not take place as early as Prom lent authority It was learned that the been set for Dec. 4, and will be at The MrS. hod decided to postpone Until after the the departure of the Summer residents from The will make special trips to and The Oakland Sandy Point as well as some of the fashionable boarding will be kept open for the entertainment of the This will follow the precedent of the marriages of Alfred G. Vanderbilt Lo Miss French and of Reginald C. bilt to Misa Kathleen both of which were In out of ular For both of these weddings the residences were opened for tho re- ception of but In the easo of the marriage of Miss Vanderbilt The will be kept open throughout tho until the ceremony is the Vanderbilta spending Thanksgiving It is understood that shortly after her daughter's wedding Mrs. Vanderbilt will go .to where she has entered into negotiations for the purchase of a large and that she will hereafter spend the greater part of the year In coming to Newport for a short time each and possibly not at all some OF FRANCE Offer to Pay Interest in Transit Exchange Near to Shipping WANTS CASH FOR 6UR DEBTS Our Bankers Doing Their Befit to Pre- vent but Bills of Exchange Are SEARCH VANDERBILT GROUNDS Trail of Burglars at Straight to Special to The New York N. Oct. THe grounds of George W. Vanderbilt were again invaded to-day and by officers with following an made at an hour this ing to Biltmore by chloro- the This is the second attempt of the kind within the last two and the second time the Biltmore have been One of the trails to Biltmore A number of residences were robbed before officers Another trail was found leading across the river at The Vanderbilts are In. and the keepers of the and house light on the The which lasted for ten or twelve was ALMOST WIVES of Three to New York Oct. totally blind from burns in the eyes re- by an explosion of gae In auto- Dr. George Sherrill of this cHy drove his car from Point to his house here a distance of three He Is under- treatment by Dr. Dean an eye who says the eyesight will be There was a j e y W MO v ON BOARD THE Oct. 8, in the gas generator of the motor via Cape Race and North N. Oct. average speed of the tania was 24.32 knots for the first twelve hours of the with a beam swell and light airs the second twelve hours a fresh northwest wind was with a At 0 o'clock to-night the Is In latitude 47 degrees and longitude 45.20. degrees and is going at the rate of twenty-five knots an The weather is clear and the is The Cunard Line officials Xn New York received two from Capt. J. O. of tho yesterday which showed that the liner was Ing all The first one received early in the stated that the had made 608 miles in the twenty-four hours ending Tuesday noon at an average speed of 24.32 The second received yesterday afternoon from the stated that she Was 924 east of Sandy Hook at 10 A. M. and had made an of 24.70 knots for the past been believed to be The new twenty-two which would give her a run of 017 miles for the twenty-four hours ending at Vernon general manager and a v of a plane surface agent of the Cunard Line in had and said that she had not been I cannot said Mr. where all the reports come that of birthmarks subjected to the Is being driven to make a not the slightest record this It would-be ridiculous disfigurement and make a record with a steamer are absolutely second The luat 1o fir in along now anu win treatment may be applied j about one hour to an Infant during before Friday The doctors add that the Wnen the Cunard the cured are those which 41me js then you will see what the most highly St Took Nine Wen to Subdue Charged with and the car did not run Dr lighted a to find out the There occurred an explosion and a tongue of flame flashed Into his His face was badly both eyes Dr. Sherrill Insisted on driving after the damage was The drive probably was the most torturous one he ever In the darkness he could just make out but when light struck his eyes he had to stop the and rest He was a long time making the and it was only by a remarkable display of nerve that he stood tho DR. BLACKFORD HURT BY AUTO Episcopal Delegate Knocked Down by Robert C. Special tp The New York Oct. Dr. M. principal of the Episcopal High School and a prominent delegate to the Episcopal was run Into by a car belonging to Robert C. Pruyn of Albany and knocked down while crossing Grace Street In front of St. Paul's Church this morning at ten He received painful injuries about the face and but waa not seriously The J. H. was rested and bailed by Police Commissioner Bishop Nelson was in the car when It struck Br. Blackford 6nd Immediately went to Word was sent into the church that a member of the House of Deputies had been injured killed and a prayer was offered for Mr. Pruyn has taken Willard's residence and Is entertaining a number of churchmen can really do in tbe way of The tide ia early on the morning 9f the and abe ought to be up to pier about 9 o'clock in the PLEASES A man gave the name of John J. Newspapers Think Wrest MM BJue Ribbon from the Germany Oct. Cunard ae ship Company an into the hotel notice calling attention td the record tea boisterous of the her be- ana House Detectives and tween bio tried to subdue him arid called to their tical miles in a with IB ex- satisfaction Julius Harburger the and livened the convention nSf spc k by recounting the history of bills and attacking fn spite of tho Benedict Ar- and tno we'll carry the of his and then will bo made smaller In chair that ever the very ever sat name placed be- convention by nr former City Magistrate y by save address In Riverside together with the name be tho to be Wealthy Woman a Special io The New York pointed out In Liverpool that the tania lias now made Police Story of Accident at Waldorf from Edward Kelly of 431 West Thirty-fifth Street Was Injured by an auto In front of the last Two versions ot the accident were one by police of the West Thirtieth Street and the other by men who carried Kelly to Bellevue fering from and internal said on the running board of an owned by Ulbert y of the States who Jives the and by Joseph Ryan of 124 West the police and was thrown beneath the Friends who ricked Up jured man before the police carried off in and up to a late hour night the police did not Kelly was in Oct. wife a Milwaukee to has at least six fashionable Chicago of Her JK police ered worth and looking tO A the the fastest jf ln meeting the to a aiV which govern she Street eon tract i of within a him and men and m the which International houses a week ago considered gold exports to Paris out of the question this Fall were brought face to face with the possibility of ments to the French capital yesterday by cables from Paris announcing that the Bank of France was again offering in- to Foreign ex- change rates moved in such fashion that shipments were less than of a point and small margin of be overcome at any Exchange rates have been steadily ing for several This puzzled ing houses so much that yesterday one in- which in the past pated In to Paris cabled its cor- respondent In city to know the at- of the Bank Word came back that the French bank was again willing to pay interest on gold In This of that the which has been contesting with the Bank of England for all the gold laid down from South Africa for several is to build up its re- sources and to do so is willing to take gold from this country in spite of the un- settled money and conditions now prevailing Sentiment played no part in the bank's Ing to a of- this banking who Our in France are now ing in considerable and that country wants payment In Con- di there are close and bankers are unwilling to extend obligations even at higher interest so that a rise in money here will prove of. no New York City revenue warrants placed In Franco -some time ago are coming due and payment is order make such payments bankers have either to buy exchange or if cannot be obtained to pay In Bills of exchange are ingly as the rise of the last few days the reasons for this scarcity being the refusal of Europe to take finance bills this Fall and the failure of cotton other commodities to move toward Europe In sufficient volume to We point remittances have been made more cheaply in gold than in but Our bankers are aware of the unsettlement which gold exports might and ara going to A little for exchange if they can thus save shipping As a matter of no banker can afford to pay too much In this fashion for and unless come forward in considerable volume and very quickly there sterns to be nothing In eight gold remittances to The Bank of Franco plainly wants such and it may be able to in- fluence IN Believed to be Grace a Matrimonial Special to The York Oct. body of woman 25 years Is believed to be Grace was washed ashore at Point late last The and back were bruised probably by coming in contact with The body was dressed in a black skirt and white A man's coat was over the The body had the water about thirty hours and on it was tho card of Capt. D. W. of of No. 10 New Conn. On the back this card waa Grace and the address was the The of Grace with that of. the drowned on a flyleaf of a Prayer Book found on the dead woman was the name Of of 34 New A newspaper of a advertisement was also found on The woman described in the ad- was probably the dead There was a heavy storm in the Sound Tuesday and a woman was lost when the coal barge went down off Captain's Two who were with were saved by the crew of the towboat and were landed at There they said they did not know the name of the woman who was went to (New and their names were not NEW Oct. 9.-brace Albin was known here as the Arthur She had not lived with her husband for many having spent most of her time while there with mother at the Bank Street Three weeks ago she left New her mother and since that time has been aboard a barge plying between New York and W whose name appeared on at one time a Captain of the of in New i Decides Not to Purchase Lenox Library Building kenry C. the Lenox library Building was extended for a year by the the Mr. former on Jb had Just He the Trustees that he had decided not vo purchase the building but like an extension of his At yesterday's meeting of the Trustees was made known that the new library Avenue not bte ready fpr occupancy three The report stated that the T new library Viot progressed as j idly asT had been trustees i were notified that Controller has a contract for completion of the interior yeass Carnegie branches been THREE TO To Send a Telegram New Postal Cable IE Vice President Nally of the Postal Com- pany made the announcement yesterday that the submarine cable which the com- pany Is constructing from Havana to this city will completed on Wednesday The cabile steamer which the Pacific is doing the The New York terminal will foe at Coney The cable will be working about two Mr. Nally in- stead minutes being consumed it will take three minutes tp a message to TERMINAL H and Harrtman Interests Get Chicago Transfer It was reported from Chicago last night that the controversy in the courts over the Chicago Terminal Transfer Com- pany hod been Under terms of the it was said B. H. Harriman and the Morgan by virtue of the more Ohio win got of the Grand Central Station In nearly 300 miles ot valued at One result of the will bfl that the Hill's will abandon the Station in Chicago for the An ideal Timo to Get a Beacy Residents O'HARA near since early morning tidings received from the hunting and that was con- fined to a mere statement tions had been for a busy The best local judges the conditions express their opinion that the day must have been one of if not of re- The rain had left a faultless sky and the temperature was all that could be de- too hot nor too These circumstances taken with the softened condition of the the residents should make it possible for a party who go well to get bear If there fa one in the Bayou Official business is so that Latta found It possible to close the temporary White House at the Shields residence for the afternoon and go out for a pecan DR. Cannot Charge Rich Maw More Than Poor io The New York ST. Oct. suit of Dr. MV Fr Morrell of this dity Dr. seph J. Lawrence of New York for 000 for professional services rendered Dr. Lawrence's aged 42; in New June 1 to 1902, was terminated to-day by the filing of a stipulation for dismissal in the Circuit Court by which the plaintiff muat pay the costs and accept the amount originally offered by In 1003 Judge O'Neill Ryan sot aside the verdict of a jury for for the plaintiff as and the Supreme Court sustained Judge holding of great wealth should not be required to pay more for medical services than a poof YALE Resist Attempt to Put Out Fire Started a NEW students in a riot on Templo in front of aheff Freshman to-night tore down street lamps and with boards against the bridge over the ampton branch of the New New Haven Hartford set the pile on thereby holding up trains and Only the arrival of ft squad of twenty polices who tore saved the Two policemen were slightly hurt in the encounter with the Pour were and ESkins tate Thus Explain Brady Checks HOT IN FERRY ROAD DEAL Each and Didn't Know Whence Cash for Repayment Confer with Counsel In Philadelphia After Reading Brady's Testimony in the Special is The Oct. P. A. and Dolan of shored the squeezed of Company a eation Visits to counsel the oad XenE at ff o'clock prepared oo made on tlis Brady Service Hew issued to Xt of and reference to the Bolan's as to A. before tho lie Service on I desire to am On tho of 1SOO. of the late Mr. C. aey I loaned him and Boot a check that Op the 23d of 1JXK2, with amounting to was repaid a as to the of I had not or seat rne in a letter of which the following ia a j Now May 2.2, 1U02. Dear Mr. 1 Mr. N. to your order of loan Kindly Very truly 3 K. K. Thomas U. G. I. Penn. To I the receipt of this repayment In. a letter dated May 23, 1902, of which the following is a May 25. 1002. Mr. IT. M. Dear Your letter of. May 22, 1002, vraa duly received Mr. N. Inclosed 1'or of loan t 3 Yours THOMAS Per C. by the t care -i Local Runs Into it and Five Oct. Chicago from New York ttf on the met with an dent to-night ftt a few miles east of this and five persons Were A hot Journal on the locomotive of Tram No. 25 necessitated the renewal of en- gines and the train was pulled from the main track at Pitcairn until the change could be A local passenger train the networK of and engineer did not until he was a few Vods that the rear Pullman coach of the through train stood across his MORE of Antoine Thomas En- American SAINT Oct. of the library here the theft of a number of valuable These robberies ave attributed to toine Oct. fresh robberies been m the Department of the have de- to the Thomas case and the orders to transfer its to Limoges have been The police obtained evidence which to show that Thomas Js re- sponsible for the theft of the famous crown from Mont St. Oct. referring to-day to the confession of of who has stolen the mous cope Orth from Church of near say a has in- formation confirming the reported gang of pillagers of and not only in France but throughout the Temps operate a powerful international of who find it easy in and latter are not Neither In that nor in any other did I or have I at any time re- directly or in any or form from Metropolitan Securities Company any other than such as every other stockholder received to holdings of THOMAS 1907.'-' Mr. Widener's was as to tho statement of Mr. I desire to jidd on my own behalf 'a statement that at about the same time of Mr. a loan to the late William C. Whitney I made one of similar This was returned lo me by Mr. Whitney on the 22d day May 1902, If credited by mo at payment of principal and interest of was not aware of the of the check I have directly or In- in shape or re- from Metropolitan Securities Company any consideration other thaa ouch as every other stockholder received according to his of P. A. B. Oct. 1907." R. P. an executor of 3u Elkins on behalf of the made thai following accountant of the late William I entered on his account on the 10th day of 1900, a charge of against William the 23d of 1902, in the same I entered a credit of at tho account with this And A. N. Brady F. 9, 1907." Soon after those statements to life press as neWs copies were the newspapers and the Now Tork newspapers as F. when told last of tho above to
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