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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1902, New York, New York                             Fair; west to northwest winds.' "All the News That's Fit to Print BIG FIDELITYTRUST DEAL Equitable and Prudential Insur- ance Interests Associated. The Enlarged Inst-tution to Control the Prudential Vice President Hyde of the Equitable "Says. off hlv o Headin ecen o. show was expected. 'o 7 NEWARK. N. J. .Oct. y-irk lime 20. -John P. SMALL GRAINJHIPNIENTS. Officials of Chicago West-Bound Roads Discouraged Over the Lit- tle Flour Being Moved. Sftcwl to The f CHICAGO Oct 20 -Traffic ofue.als of t-bourd roads are much dls, eeVpresident of the Prudential Insurance Companj and Lril H McCnrter. Ouit of the Fldcluv Trust Companj issued a joint statement tMs-tmrnoon In detail the reason ior the large incr n e 01 the capital of the Fidelity Trust t ompam the rrelimimrv arrangements 10 which mnde   I nt it the same t.me the Uttei s interests c re tn be dominant factors in the trust com- j i'iv The -lomt stiUmont of the wo 1 residents follows As his been known for sevcnl   Tins will result m sfvms the Fidelitv Trust a capital of V 000 000 surplus of and a considerable amount ot undivided profits Sufficient of this stock will be taken 1 v the Pi tidenti il Insurance Compans to ive .t together with its present verj ho'dins of Fidelity stock the abso- liue contiol ot that companj A very- large ortjon of the balance of said stock is to liken bv .he Equitable-Wle Assurance verv substantial interest in the Pidelltv Company, and therefore it m materiallv increasing its basl- ness with the Fidelity The bulk of the new monev thus to be leaeived bv the Fidelits Trust Companv Is 10 be used bv it in the acquisition of a con- trolling interest li the enttie capital stock ci the Piudential Insurance Company The otiisers of the Prudential have for .1 ions time felt, in view 01 the extraor- tlinarv growth of and of its mturc anticipated growth, thit the time has come when, in justice to its 4000000 jiolicv holders its control ana future roan- ci-e.nent shou d be safeguarded ior all time H such a manner that neither the death of us officers nor anv other agencv that hu- in insenuitv -can foresee can endanger the jlghts of its pollcj holders When the com parv was smaller and the stock was close- Is held the need of such action was not so apparent Unless something of this nature wa about the Chuago webt------------- in rouraged over tne continued Kram and flour business Tho boom bj the middic of Septem, which time generally the new crops to po forward but so fir the antic increase in busints-, has, failed t  all the members of the present As Commodore Ledj ard is stiH ill at Newport, the papers will be taken there for him to sign As soon as his Denature and that of J P Morgan are Bended to the document it will be forwarded to the Roval Ulster Yacht Club where it wil be signed by i the representatives of that club and then returned to the New "iork about 'another defender ejf the Amer- Cup from the designing boards of Gardner continues in yachting cir- It would be a considerable undertak- 0 organize another svndicate to com- for honor, with that which is prao- tlcallv pledged to the Herreshoff Colored Bishop Says If His People Copy Them They Are Not Likely t0> Reach Heaven. Slecal to The New York Time; TIILLIAMSPORT, Penn Oct Ar-iett of the Pittsburg African Methodist Episcopal Conference here last light made an address to voung men jurt entering the ministr> He said 1 Yihen vou marry and go to church dark nights rave but one lantern, let your wife enjoy the light! with vou Do not allow another man.3 wife to have the" 1 ght of yours to wa'k in the dark, or vou will soon of the corgregat.cn he said I also advise the young ladies Snd gentlemen who are present tc.learn trades in order that you may leave the po varce hut now the schools and colleges ate PROGRESSES RAPIDLY Jury Completed, Prosecutor Opens, and Witnesses Are Heard. Hat on the morning Mrs. Jluamss death and tasted the from which she died He found poiso he advised Cornish Cornish buffering and to notifj the District AUornej, and the 'cormsh ana Dr atchcock walked to- gether to tne office ol an undertaker on tendea the to be, not a poor excuse f01 a w omari LIFE INSURANCE FRAUDS WORKED IN LOUISIANA. Mr. Osborne, Curbed by Justice Lam- bert, Makes Calm Hitchcock and Cornish Testify. Under the guidance of Justice John S Lambert, the second trial of Roland B charged with the muider of Mrs Katharine J Adams progressed yes- terday with a speed that was fairlj be- wildering to tliobe who attended the lev- ing of rearl> three vears ago in course the daj the twelfth juror wa obtained, and the lollowing is the complete Hit that this_wast_a him to Ex-G phrase DEFER VOTE ON SETUE1NT PUS Expectation Is That the Con- vention Will Accept It To-day. ing to pete substantial r able To advance some verv sons for their belief that u u thev-pa> less atten- and Treasurer of the Mishawaka. Ld, National Bank, was assaulted and robbed of a ?10000 letter of credit rnd some valuable jewelry by four men earlv As a result of 4ns !n- CThe remarkable success of the GO-footer, the racing oji Bummer parent nn as done, the stock of the companv In-the jcars to coma would necessarll> become more scatter-d, and the control the com- panv more precailous "To 3-L.ompUsh this desirable result-a contract has been entered into between the Fide Itj Trust Company and a majority 01 stockholders m interest of the Prudential, in which the latter take-Prudential stock, or as much theieof as may be necessarj. to vesterdai morning As a result juries he lies in a critical condition SaratogaHc 1 more hopeful 1L is provided In the contract House Eastern Companies Believed to Have Been Victimized to the Extent of or Special to The Ac o J Times ORLEANS La Oct 20 -Big life j-urance frauds have just been discov- ered in the New Orleans district The of- ficials and detectives of some of the large Eastern companies believe the} have clues o gravejard schemes General Solicitor for the Airerican -Adjustment Company OL New "ioik reaclipd the city last night in advance of a co-ps of secret workers Mr MacBrlde Is from St Louis Ibe com- panies pavmg the risks have lost between and but the full extent of icsseb is as jet unknown. The scheme that has been worked in New Orleans, and within a radius.oJluO or japans 17 'Wfst nln 1' New lioiK Mhletle Chit -m mid Twtnty-clchth -street JOJIN C _ PresMert _of Oatoir at livd and falxtccnth Sir e. -NJ OHN' T SVl'LLIVG JB Galilee, frui Bcaler Mwts third F'r-ct for Thomas lives at id vNcst President Mitchell Addresses asked Delegates, Urging Favor- able Men Fearful of Losing Their Old Places. Penn., On. nitid c.Vuventi..in of tho M't did not te on the iiroposeJ lt is do so to-mor- u dek'gatos present ni Thentrf, vvher-> the i-ojivenuua I eld, ind they Huh locit unions to cast MIT vmes tor ui ig.utist President Roosevelt's [jvoposilior. nt arbitration The myority of the uninsttiKl' 'i the few- who were-.U.-ins 111 ilicintii anil pumumc-n who that the ,wo strikers of those may not get back ibx.r old-places, now held non iftiion men This question the e-n- "inepi iirLr.ien and pumpmen proved, un- onlv stumblniB block in the way of almost mini-ante adoption of the President s p.an. 01 c time to day it seemed certain that the convention was about to adopt tho recommendation of President Mitchell to but the steam men s He said tliat'he some of It to irlenrt Hiriv S Kins member ,of thi; ind the agent understood each other JOHN J ti-1 Foi REDNER proprietor of Reaner-s Ho- irti-second btrect and Leiinoion ......_____ mint took a recess until morning CANADIAN MINISTER TO RESIGN. Mr. tarte Is to be Forced Out of the Cabinet Because of His High Pro- tectionist Utterances. Spical to Tic hrv York Times tim has been recovered _ _ ASSATO1ED GOITER'S REttTIEST. He That tfce Charge ABBlnst Mr. Lnder-wooa Be WltharaTrn. Stenal to The W.ji Fort MONTCLAIB, N J Oct 20 -Bewamin B Hampton, the golfer ho was struck bv Walter Underwood on the links o the Park Golf Club yesterdav w-ill not Island Soundthis wou B be sent to the company and the pol- icy pM The fraud has been worked more 1 succSully in the parishes and smaller ,nkee 'al ,h Ralribow had the advantage, one t the presei background _Compinv the who do "nntVcn thlYVontract will sell i not (n aijdltion to make ruftlcient pro ?ata amount in addition the 50 per cent of their holdings to ma the ratal of the Pruden- mectings of two com- and will be appear aiiu vyi" uomntan at- Mr Hampton at' duties as usual to- SEEKS MAN WHOPPED WIFE Trenton Millionaire 'Advertises llc.ener at WreeteAVlio Disappeared. Spiral ?h! ork Tiires TRENTOX, Oct JO -Clarke Fis'ier, the millionaire mill owner of this cltj. is ad- im the field The advintages 01 the to the trult comp.nj are too obviou, wns com- ?hat there nothing behind it. m the New Tork newspapers fo the identiti ol the man the at Mcnlo Paiiton the PennsvU-anla Bail roaa reward mm_ she cried out she "ov IO1 ,houlfl a ines s little room tor------- able to.put four :ar 1 delnsers of the companies will endeavor to secure indict. ments in the State courts AMERICANS. Vatican Did Not Send Mgr. Zaleski Here Because His Nationality Is the Same ae Was Czolgosi's. LONDON, Oct 21 Rome correspond- ent of The Dally Chronicle says that Mgr Zaleski (Apostolic Delegate in India, who, prosecution one witness was heard in fuU, and part of the the most im- oortan-t witness m the cast was beSun To accomplish this took three dajs on The first tr.al But Justice Lam- bert has made it very plain that he will tolerate no delavs The Justice has alo made it clear that he will per mit no bj- pla5 to the jury on the part of the lasers in the case 3o stern was the attitude of the court thai Mr Osborne during his entire speech yesterday obviojsly labored under a feel- inB of restraint. It was the general com ment in the courtroom that he was not allowed to make nearly powerful a plea to the jury as Recorder Goff allowed in the former trial In that case he spoke foi three hojrs and a half Yesterday he spoke one hour and twenty minutes Four times Mr Osborne was interrupted by the Judge without suggestion from the defense There was none of the con- stant objection from tne defense that was will there- Tn a very short time TO INCORPORATE "uNJONS. Attempt to be Made m Massachusetts to Pass a Bill Regarding Labor Organizations. Sftaal U Tic Yew York Times FOSTON Oct of the results of th" coal miners stilke wUl be an attempt ir the nest Legislature to a bill look- ing to the incorporation of labor unions The promoters of the movement, who in- clude manufacturers, sal that such a law would be beneficial to the unions them- selves, as it would give them a legalized standing. The tv.o points upon which thejpromoters There -nere and the net result was a prnninent Mr Mitch ell in .he chair his speechOaying the Pres- idents plan before the delegates, c-thei S Plmfge convention to-day was th aeon to admit men to all the sessions, op.en even uilon miners, eagerly waiting u> UIB hundred out in the street, could not get. t T. D: Nichols of Scran-- to called the sesston. at 10 '0 0 clock On account of caused of for second-That in Lngland where the unions i afternoon session Mr. Mitchell was have reached quite as great proportions as permanent Chairman and National Clam- TT. was se- in" this countrv, thev can be assessed dam_ for stiikes which are adjudged to ave been unfaiilj declarod be appointed Apostolfc thev must, pr ,ss iore it is believed, ._-.--.- Delegate in has been trjiug ior -fa Dlslrltl the oast vear to secure the appointment to wouid ahow him to go no further the TQ ILLUSTRATE The prosecutor wanted to defend Harrj United Sttte. S Cornish from the charge of "nwlsdcmi in administering to Mrs Adams a head- powder he had received anonvmous j But the court would n wou'd be the dent McKinley APATHY IN MASSACHUSETTS. Small Attendance at Both Republican and Democratic Spmcl to Tie Yoil. Tims me there win oe j BOSTON Oct 20-The small attendance Repubhcan and Democratic ralUo, throughout the State thus far in this cam- paign has caused unusual uneasiness at the parti heauciuarters Tl e Republican and Demociatic gatherings this vear are un- usual so far as attendance is. concerned, ana the managers ot State politics are dis- on this side The Conbtitution has not superior to the Columbia, Gardner or a is one the sixtj time the cuo is sailed for a Card louSh defender mieht be out next Sum- ing her hoin Mr Then it that the man Fisner seeks got on his hands s Vice President Jimes H Hvde of the Equitable Lite Assura-ice Societv when HCked last night wh-U sipmficauei i- 1 rtPhtv Trust developments had tor tho future relatlois of the Eqaitable ind the Piudential Insurance Companv re- roultablp -xnd the Prudential In terms possible- dit-ion. PHILADELPHIA COAL PRICES. Dealers Still Asking a Ton for An- Variety Much Cheaper. Special to The New Yuri- finits Oct 20-TherS -ftis schedule of coal puces either -inthrir-ite or bituminous m this ci v to-   chance The mai heard tff rle id with the woman to him She refused and wa come home narted to leave him it all now he said and drove a Mnsk-bladcd knife into her left breast just XAernne heart Then he ran down Policeman TO TEST THEJACIFIC CABLE. Expert from London Office W.ll Make- Trials for Thirty Days on Van- couver Island. Special to Tie hra> 1 ork Times VICTORIA B C Oct 20 -Civil Engineer Dearlove, who superintended the laving ot the Pacific cable from New Zealand to Fanning Island has arrived here from Lon- don He goes to Bamfield Creek, a landuag station of the cable on Vancouver Island where he will for thirty daj s subject the rible line to a "severe test before aecept- inc It from the Telegraph Construction and and'Vcomiramung unusual promlnenee The apathi Is wholly non-partisan CONGREJSWAN RUSSEULVERY ILU Conn, Oct 20-The condi- tion at Congressman Charles Addison Bus- sell, who has been ill for several h iiiuitrate' he pioceeded Never mind illustrating, interrupted started secrecy CtlS cou The ran tell thejum interposed, the rirov e and not Os- not want to.embarrass >ou MI Tected as the permanent Secretarv: Union, No ot i on. s'onalb? 1 toe manv disadvantages and no corres'ponding benefits. ELECTRIC COMPANY DEAL. A Storage Battery Concern of Philadel- phia Secures Control of_ an English plant. Spew to The Net, Times -Gent'emon: In opening this convention 'ot the transaction -pC business, I t.ilce pleasure in extenuirig warm greeting and welcome to the accredited representatives of the no 000 men and boys whose heroic strusgk lor living wages and American, cond.tlons of employment has won the ad- miriuon of the whole civilized world. -Lan- I guase is madequate to express the sen.e pany To-day this report was firmed by Carl H Reed, registrar of the local company The following statement been isst ed the companv Soon alter the incorporation Electric Storage Batten Oomponv in Plv adelphia a company was formed in E land under the name of the Chlond, trical Storage Svndicate Limited compam onl> recentli reached i dividend paying basis pilv ended U is not the Seton from Tan- nin to Suva will be completed tn Anglia ed SCHOOL TEACHEE9- NEEDED. onlv SI "5 jl 4T Th> INDEX TO DEPARTMENTS. Commercial World-PSse 10. b Ve asked how his CTA He was taken to the hospital w be Jdentlfled but the was un- conscious IVcHt VirBlnia HUH Not Enougrn to Co Aronnd. Special to The hcJi York Tims CLARKSBURG, West Va Oct 20- There is a scarcity of school teachers In nearly all the counties in this State In some counties from one-fourth to one-third of the schools remain closed all Winter be- cause teachers cannot be found for them The school term in thfe-State varies as to the counties, and is Irom four to six months, and the wages run from "30 to Buy- 14 eourt 10 jnsuwnco Notes-Pace 1- PFRLIN Oct 20 -The Horder Iron Com- lnv has received an o-der from America "40 000 tons ol steel rails _ panv to NEGRO BURNED AT THE STAKE. -TITTLE ROCK Ark. Oct 20 -A dis- har'es from Forest CHv, sajs Char'es Foreign -Page 13. j colored Mrs Ed Lewis itake to-nigh' t charged with murdering white was buined at the v a mob _ Limited Real Estate -Pace U Socktv 0 United Service r -Page 10 Fires -Page 14 The Golden JLlinlt P Rock 1-ilmd Nov 5hS Dally famine in testate in a jear or Baroi Andre de Neufllze, twenty-seven vears old, of 15 Wes-t Torty-slKth Street was captured after a. chase of fourteen "blocks in Central Park TVest last evening Bicycle-Policeman Nernev of the rateofjpeed KluseH to stop when He admitted before the Sergeant at that he had heard the police- Street. -_____________ AGED ITALIAN SENTENCED. Antonio Zlrpoli, the old- Italian who pleaded guilty last week to manslaughter In the fir t degree, was sentenced jesterday by Judge Cowiwjn oneforUfcnou0 nmetv two Death of Detective Devanney Detective John Devajmey of the West of the lack of teachers is the Forty-seventh Street Station died of pneu- The the s Hospital appointed to the police force on 1880 and was a member of the auad until two vears ago -to which he laid tn _ older sent wltn tne Vu peace fields, LABOR'S RIGHT TO ORGANIZE. vocation finest _ Barbara, and- most New Electric Road for Long Island. Special to The T mts ALBANT, Oct 20 -The Cross Country Railroad Companj of Brooklyn with a cap- ital of "S'SO 000, was incorporated here to- lav It proposes to operate a fifteen mile Train to ina 349 Broadway -Adv. July when Broadwav If f any--------- He was a Widow DP Hlrsh to Address Jewish Women TJr Emile Hirsh of Chicago will addres The Mtd-Dny Chlcoap Ijlinlted 'SS of Cornish' 1 Mr Osborne at the outset asked the jury at inc." a0ubt in cases "-'-gs to his ,JTt to Justice TESTIMONY OF WITNESSES Edward F Hitchcock, who was the first witness in the former trial, was placed upon the stand. He was called to nin-Tietn Extract ot Vanilla. in Strergth pro eminently superior. 4. HIII..L: the Kenl Seotcli. and Sakei you all rlght-Ady. Lapse of a Honduras Concession. Speeia' to The WASHINGTON, Oct 20-Consul W E Al-er of Puerto Cortez reports that on ac- of the failure of the company slv ed Syndicate to carry out the terms of its contract, the concession grant- eff-Tt by the Government (to contract an indnedbenoirrec is a factor in the economic development the application ot of our common sen: business ana work ln h bj each wouia Of labor and aro' not bv any means .Identical, the other.. Abranani Lincolr settled at the next r- session Annihilate. Tlmfc loss, of business .ically no you have I mand thoufiht. I should have   

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