New York Times, October 27, 1904

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October 27, 1904

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New York Times (Newspaper) - October 27, 1904, New York, New York '-il .: a All the News That’s Fit to Print." VOL LÎV....NO. THE WEATHER. Fair ; light to fresh northwest winds. NEW YORK. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1904.-SIXTEEN PAGES ONE CENT    ¿fg'AÎwÂk.iTwowскУт» QUSANDS CHEER 11 “Gilt Standard Man” Phrase - Raises Tumult, - TROLLEYS CRASH 5 12 HURT. Motorman Runs Into Rear of Car That Stopped. Twelve persons were injured, three    ————— them dangerously and four seriously, last £x6rCiS6S 31 0H0 O^CIOCk? PubliC night itr a rear-end collision of two trolle? cars in Washington Street, Jamaica, L. I. The motorman of the rear car had to leap j SUBWAY OPENING TO-DAY ] WITH SIMPLE CEREMONY i to be Admitted at Seven. j PARKER TO TAKE STUMP Г may have sunk a steamer. | щщццод LAST WEEK OF CAMPAIGN REPLIES TO STANDARD OIL. Lawson Says Rockefeller, Furious, Ordered Statement Issued. Special to The New York Times. boston. Oct. 20.—Themas w Lawson starts Here—Will Be Heard in New to-night, in reply to the Standard Oil Com- j pany’s statement, declares that John D. j Rockefeller, “ seeing the handwriting on j the wall,” ordered the statement put forth, j Jersey and Connecticut. OUTBURST FOR *    the front car beneath the forward truck of |    the rear one, and every window in both ODELL | cars was shattered, as well as the dash-j .boards which crashed together.   -j That there was no one killed appeared Black-Vies with Secretary in Epigrams I    miraculous to those who witnessed the ac- |    cident. Both cars were crowded to Hr I    doors, and—when " the echo of the or sh ■j died away the fifty or more passengers were huddled together, shrieking anf stia f6r his life. One passenger was hurled from JOHN-HAY MAY BE PRESENT i that its denials are technical, and that j IN GARDEN MONDAY NIGHT at Qrnegie Hall—Depew, Higgins, an J Bruce Speak. Expected to Represent the Federal Government—-President Roosevelt Sends Letter of Regret. Attracted by the opportunity of hearing S-' rotary of State John Hay deliver his iir&t speech of' the present campaign and expectation of delight which the epigrams of ex-Cuv. Black always afford, over 6,bob P* dele had crowded into Carnegie. Hall last. nig at before 7:30 o'clock publican meeting held <ti ~the Republican Twenty-ninth Assembly District. Lor-]•. ; wiiD was in The hall there j gling, and covered by hundreds of glass haters from the broken windows. U was about 7:45 o’clock when Car No. 108 of the New York and North Shot: Railroad Company, hound from the ^jllage. of Queens to the Brooklyn City Lin», rounded the curve.Unto Washington Street. Motorman John Frank was driving, and Con- ? ductor Everett Bowman was collecting j The ceremonies in the Aldermanic jCbamber at f;.res inside A short distance in front i Ciry Hall will begin at 1 o’clock. * ; Judge Parker’s nomination was procured j by Senator McCarren. an employe of the j Standard Oil Company and of Henry 11. j Rogers. He says: “ Tuesday Standard Oil had a meeting, j There possibly never was one held before \ to which the otheF Standard Oil men went with such uncertain dread. T keep closcl> j in touch with 26 Broadway. I used to foi j gain, but I do now since my story began for safety. Will Wind Up by Attending Reception in Brooklyn on Saturday Night. Vessel Apparently Went Down After Baltic Fleet Passed Her. LONDON, Thursday, Oct. 27.—The Morn- j ing Post's Copenhagen correspondent gives ; a report that the Captain of a British . steamer, after passing the Baltic squadion , on Friday evening in the North Sea. saw ;. two miles awa- a two-funnelled steamer in J distress, which apparently sank before he was able to reach her. It is suggested that the steamer had been j attacked by the Baltic squadron Ho Report by Russian Admiral-Sharp Note Sent. The rapid transit subway, for which the contract was signed four    years and seven months agy, is ready for    the formal open ing from the City Hall to One Hundred and Forty-fifth Street. While to-day will be    a gala occasion | were so s throughout the city, the    opening exercises    ,er did aH    thQ    V3b]king    that    broke    forty will be very simple. The    programme is as    years’ silence.    Boiled    down, it    would    read: fellows: •    !    '“‘The people are aroused as never be fore. Bank deposits are being withdrawn throughout the country, and insurance policy holders are panic stricken. Some one in ] Judge Parker will take the stump begin-j    ning on Monday night    next at    Madison I    Square Garden, and will    appear    in public The. word    was    passed    before    Tuesday’s    j    every evening of the last    week of    the cam- meeting, ‘ John    D.    is furious-and    somethin! is going to drop.’ A few of the active men < | were so scared tli and out of their stock paign. His schedule, as announced last cared They’slipped' into the market j nW>t *>r the National Committee and con-H their stocks. John D. Rockefel- , firmed by the candidate himself, provides for certainly four and possibly . five speeches in three different Suites, winding up on Saturday night before election with a reception in Brooklyn. Arrangements or the National Committee also provide for for it. It is not lwo appearances of ex-President Cleveland SCHWAB GAVE BACK $2,000,000. ; EXCUSE OF BOJESTÏESSKY Father Kittell Says Losers in Shipbuilding Trust Recovered That Amount. diether inten- during the, week. cue front of St. Monica’s Church, near Centr Street. The women wore on their way io a service. another in the streets in the vicinity, • Frank, who said later that he believed but • the trolley pole had slipped and the Ugh s io get by the police- lines ; is of no conse- Itapid Transit Commissioners a. E. Ovr and J quenciv blit I see and hear enough to con-Jolm H. Starin, Contractor John B. McDonald, | vince Me there has been much done in the and August Belmont, President of, the interbor- j namc, 0f standard Oil that I am in ignorance ouch Rapid- Transit Company.    j    0f^ an<] j propose to tell the people it is not The invited guest« will -take the first train j thjs company nor John D. Rockefeller who the exercises | ^ f]Qnc R . one Hundied • • Anfi he dictated the statement that startled the business world.'' I? h, who was I ' IU 111» iflViJ >. to passVh'e. h i'tials the p.;,hec assigned to—the .meeting, gave or-- to his men not to allow' another per-police lines, no matter what ey bore. The 7 holders of box . seats, of platform seats, of press scats were all pressed back i v gardle,> of any rdea- they made. Even the police cards issued to newspaper worker:- • ! y tin Police Commissioner himself ■wore not recognized b-Y Inspector TV alsh or isi.s men. Sergeant Brophy, who commanded the detachment of police, on the Fifty-pixfch Street side, where the holders of press j , vv re s pposed to enter, gained the strong disapproval of holders of press seats s.. a result of the action of the policy, there were not over a dozen regular workers for the press in the hall whcv the meeting opened. Places reserved tor were taken by outsiders. There pro! never has been a political meeting in New York where the conduct of the, police aroused greater indignation among those entitled to gain entrance to a hall. i Jerome io the Audience. District Attorney-Jerome was among t,hose in the audience. Mrs. Ghaun-e*y M. Depew and Mrs-. Frank -W. Higgins ■ -'•■•"ere in boxes Alexander Mason, the Republican leader | .-f- the Twenty-h#ih District, called the ■smashed into the other one .he stepped fn j be admitted to the subway. At 7 o’clock the dashboard railing and leaped far to one side, escaping unhurt. When the cars crashed, Joseph Speiser, twenty years old, of Van Wyck and Liberty Avenues, Richmond Hill, was thrown from the rear platform of Car 108, under the forward end of Car 64,, where the ambulance surgeon found him unconscious. He was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital, his legs t nd a! ms badly lacerated and his body covered with bruises. Conductor Frederick Metzger of the forward car was taken home, after some deep cuts on his arms and body had been Tressed. Edward Crommel, thirty-five ars old, of 320 West Thirty-seventh Street, this borough, had a fractured knee-cap, cuts on his head and face, and many bruises. •!) was carried to the hospital. A woman v ¡o refused to give her name and went in a carriage fainted while the surin, assistera by.-a doctor., of the neighborhood, dressed outs she had received •: from falling glass. ;    « Forge Watkins and Frank Daley, who notable I work at the. Jamaica race track, were cut j ......... by glass, but insisted on going home, as ; dulgent I did Joseph John of 170 Chichester Street, j Several others had to be hem ably the sale of five-cent tickets will begin. When' General Manager Frank Hadley had taken his final inspection trip yesterday afternoon lie said that he had superintended the completion of the last link in the arrangements—the wiring of a small portion of the lighting systetn hitherto un-fwished. The stations where construction work was over had been swept clean, cleared of ail building materials, and ¡equipped with ticket-chopping machines. ” I dd!r*t’ want the public to pass judgment on the road for the first two days,” said Mr. Hadley. “ It would not be exactly fair to us. After that,, however, we are willing to submit ourselves to the most critical tests. '* It must be remembered that never before in the history of railroading has a big system been opened in this manner on the tick of the clock At first, of course, c patrons of the road must be a little in-We expect slight delays. It would be unreasonable not to look for some Richmond Hill. Several others had to be hitches, in view .of the newness of the men | cared for by the doctors before they could j. and the devices. There will be no serious proceed home.    -    > inconvenience, however, and we think that ,    . *    1    a    - The noise of’the collision, followed by the    ;    within forty-eight hours the subway    will rwwmg to T'oer and    introduced „..natoi    j    , creams’ of № injured, caused the people    j    have ebhie as.near to perfection as    any ■■ •'    -    *    r*..:    ; r!1    -    , pour out \ church and houses round- j railroad can. - his speech Senator Elsberg iaroused ’tire    flb and. sdon a big crowd had gathered. |    ” The beginning of operation is not a _ 'aeneous er t .usiasm when hemennoned ,    ’    peppers    sent    a    hurry    call    for    question 6f schedules. We are ready to .Theodore RoosevHt    product    of    ^    the    reserves    of    the    Ja-    Dhnrnv our tentative time tables . to the n wenty-nmtn District, his first public serv- j    station were on the scene. It was ! winds if it becomes necessary, qor if the ice having neon to    lepiesent    that^district    ,    ^ haif-hour before the excitement    :    convenience, of the .public demands.    At in the Assemblv.    •    !    abated,-and the injured: were-removed. No    !    U”st the three-minute headway for local 1 arrests were made. WOODBURY’S AUTO HITS MAN. Commissioner Takes Victim to Bellevue —Says It’s Christian Charity. Dr. John MeGaw Woodbury, Commissioner of Street Cleaning, in his automobile, accompanied by a friend, w-as threading his way yesterday afternoon through Avenue B. at Fourteenth Street when James Reagan, fifty-eight years of age, w'ho said that he lived in the city lodging house in Twenty-third Street, walked out from behind a wagon and was brushed by the mud guard of the front wheel. Before the chauffeur could stop Reagan had fallen in front of the rear wheel, which passed o\er his right foot, crushing it. The Commissioner leaped out of the machine and with the assistance of the chauffeur bundled Reagan into the front seat and gave the word to hurry to Bellevue. At the hospital Dr. Woodbury stayed by until the sufferer w’as cared for. When asked why he was so solicitous, he said: ” Just Christian charity ; Christian charity; that’s all. The poor fellow wrns stretched in the street drunk, so I thought that the best thing to do- was to take him to the hospital. Just Christian charity, I assure you, gentlemen, nothing else. The other man in the automobile told the story of the accident while the Commissioner was busy in the hospital ward. COUNTY TREASURER INDICTED. : jtroduced by Senator Eisberg a greats ovation, the entire audience rising, 1 waving - American flags, and cheering .him | for. nearly.a minute. ■    j One of the features of the meeting~~was the. , outburst, of long-continued applause • which gret ted the mention by ex-Gov. Black iff Gov. Odull’s n anu ft seemed to be . more'.- spontaneous than that which greeted , -• vt• r> the first mention ■ of the name of president -Roosevelt,.and it lasted nearly as long _ — It took Secretary Ilay just one hour to deliver his address, and he was fbllqwed throughout with the. closest attention. TTieut. Gov. Higgins came in' while Mr. Hay was speaking, and lie was-applauded, but: {.trains .and the four or five minute head-i    way for rush-hour express trains will fpr- I    nish a basis for the    schedule, but we shall MISS GOULD AIDED SUICIDE. •    be ready on short    notice to increase the  —-  |    number of trains if    the number of passen- Miss Bagley Ends Life After Having \ sers warrants it Spent Last Gent. Having apparently spent her last cent, Charged with Embezzling $14,500 He Said Robbers Stole. POMEROY, Ohin, Oct. 26.—County- Treasurer Thomas J. Chase, who had declared that on Sept. 0 last two robbers locked him in the vault of the County Treasury and’ ! stole $14,-500, was to-day indicted by the We can. run them one Grand Jury on the charge of having embezzled that amount from the county. Chase's bond w’as fixed at $1CLOOO, but he was unable to furnish bail, and was sent to minute apart if necessary.” Admission to the ceremonies in the City Hall this afternoon will be strictly by and being too proud to ask for further as- ticket, and it was announced last night sistance, Miss Ella Bagley, who is said to be I that the police guard in the City Hall Pant, jail. Chase was found locked up on Sept. 3 \i rangements for the final week were completed late yesterday after Executive Chairman William F. Sheehan, Vice Chairman De Lancey Nicoll, and Judge Parker Jiad a long conference. The Monday night meeting in Madison Square Garden, which is expected» to be the biggest of the campaign, will be under the auspices of the Business Men's Parker and Davis Association, which conducted last week’s^ big meeting in Carnegie Hall, at which ex-President Cleveland spoke. Isidor Straus will preside, and the principal address will be made by Judge Parker. Hoke Smith of Georgia, who was Secretary of the Interior in the Cleveland Cabinet, will be another speaker. On Tuesday evening Judge Parker will go to Newark to speak at the meeting arranged by New York business men residing in New Jersey. Richard V. Lindabury w-ill preside, and John G. Carlisle, Col. Daniel S.- Lamont, and others wall be asked to speak. Wednesday evening Judge Parker will attend a reception to ge biven in this city by jthe Parker Independent Clubs and also wilj make a speech. Louis Ehrich, the President of the West Side Parker Independent Club, headed a delegation from the organization yesterday which called on the candidate and got his promise to attend. While Judge Parker is attending this meeting the German-American Parker Union meeting, at which Carl Schurz will présidé, will be in progress in Cooper Union. According to the announcement of the National Committee last night it has received assurances from Mr. Cleveland that he will make the chief address of the èvenfhg at this meeting. On Thursday evening Jugde Parker will speak in Connecticut, Hartford or Ndw Haven, the place not having vet been selected. Friday night is still open for Judge Parker, bitt a big meeting will be held at Newark, where ex-President Cleveland will preside. Ex-Controller James H. Eckels will be the chief speaker. Saturday night Judge Parker will go to Brooklyn to attend a reception to be held at the home of the Kings County Democratic Club, of which Herman A. Metz is the President. Judge Parker told Mr. Metz, how'ever, wiien he made the engagement, that he would have to be excused from speaking. There was considerable talk yesterday of having William J. Bryan speak in Newr l'ork next week, preferably at the Madison Square meeting on Monday night with Judge Parker. Nothing definite, how'ever, has been decided. The efforts to bring about their joint appearance have been made Sfecial to The New York Times.    • DENVER, Oct, 26.—The Rev. Ferdinand j Kittell, rector of St. Michael's Church, j Loretto, Cambria County, Penn., the t church which Charles M. Schwab built at , an expense of $2(K>,000, is in Denver, and . to-day made this statement: ” T would like to tell you of all the good j deeds of that good man, C. M. Schwab, but j it would take too long. Few know of the ■ multiplicity of his good works, bin I know, j “For Instance, I can certify that lie lias paid out more than 82,000,000 to persons j whom he believed to have lost money by ' reason of the formation of the Shipbuilding Trust. There was one case of a widow in NewT York who lost ail she had in the business, and she had had nearly $500,000. Mr. Sehwrab drew his check for .$400,0*)0 and gave it to her. I saw the check.” ’. Says He Saw Torpedo Boats: Did Not See Fishing Craft. BRITISH FLEET MAY SOON ACT SAT0LLI IN £ RUNAWAY. Cardinal’s Horses Bolted but Were Stopped Before Damage Was Done. ROME, Oct. 26.—While driving here today Cardinal Satolli’s horses took fright and bolted. Fortunately they were stopped before any damage w*as done. The Cardinal has received many congratulatory messages over his escape. YOUNG WOMAN SHOOTS SELF. Powerful Squadron Ordered to Leave Gibraltar To-Morrow— Great Activity at Naval Stations. ST. PETERSBURG, Thursday, Oct. 27.-An official of the Admiralty stated at 1.50 o’clock this morning that no word had yet been received fr^m Vice Admix al The official continued: ** The delay in getting the Russian vet-sion of the North Sea affair is proving exceedingly embarrassing to this Government it is felt that, in the inflamed state o.f British public opinion, the inexplicable absence of any official report is bccoming-*i. most serious factor and renders still mor* difficult, an already delicate situation.” Sir CharFs Harciinge, the British Ambassador, yesterday sent another note t » j Foreign Minister Lamsdorff. He expressed j his opinion that the measures reported to have been taken by the Russian Admiralty Carrie Gurlach, Williamsburg Jeweler's | (o communicatc wlth AJmjrll Kojrstvensky Daughter, Commits Suicide.    ______ Carrie Gunlach, thirty-five years old, of 33A Stuyvesant Avenue, Williamsburg, committed suicide yesterday by shooting'i herself through the heart. Herman Gunlach. the father of the young i tion as to when the Admiral s report could were entirely inadequate. (’apt. Calthorpe, the British Naval Attach'd. previously had called at the Ad-miraltv in fuli uniform In quest of Inform,a- woman, is a retired jeweler. He said last night that he knew of no reason why his daughter should have ended Tier life. She was employed as forewoman in a dressmaking establishment in this city. under    Capt. O'Brien and Inspector Titus,    by his daughter, who rushed    to a bank and    !    chiefly by Chairman Taggart, who now is well-connected in the South, and who had j    fQrm a solid line around the plaza in j    thence to the fair grounds    for some one    in Indiana. Chairman Taggart will be been assisted by Miss Helen Gould, gave up i    0f -the building,L keeping it entirely j    wha could open the vault.    It was shown the    struggle against adversity yesterday    !    clear until after thé starting of the first    j    to the Grand Jury that at least half a dozen „nd    committed suicide by inhaling gas in    train. After the speechmaking the procès-    .    mc„ were sitting in front of the court ......    -,    "    .    sion to the loop station wull be led by Mayor    house all the forenoon on feept h wa- the .keen interest which his au- , her room at 219 Vest Twenty-first Street    Tt-mid    Tnnrit    Commission , Cé « ,H ,kh a in the remarks sit Sec- i She was found thete shortly betore noon | Mol    u,.    in,    ni    :    r    u.    Commission- 9, and letaiy gins Tasted but a moment, the ovation for him being reserved until he began his : room. . } men house all . that none of these? men sftw the robbeis» Fred Radford, assistant cashier of the Hav that, the’applause, for Mr. Hig- . yesterday when .the fumes of the gas indi- j <?rs. and their chief engineer, the InP-rbo! .    ^    .....    editor cated that something was 'wrong in her ( ough Company s chief officials and their Middleport Bank^ an - ^ ft eeçh later on. Mr. Hay’s-Speech. A piiysi|iian was hastily sent for, j    and the special guests. Secretary of 1 but Miss Bagley^ was dead. She was about i State John Hay, it is expected, will x-epre-: forty years old.    I    «»«    FpJoral    Government. ! Among the few effects of the dead--wo- The first train probably will consist of at L'rnan was a card of membership in the l^ast two sections, as one section will not ! Young Women’s Christian Association. Ti j hold all the -guests. The start up town y i had been given* to her at the headquarters ! be made when Mayor McClellan turns on . Mr. Hay s speech was as follows: “The campaign will be .memorable in our annals as one- of the quietest ever .    .    .    ,    .. recollection hiis ] .of the organization, Street. When inquiry was made th re Miss Du Bois, the Secretary, said she well re- known. . Barely in bur .there been so little, pxcitement, so slight j-tilsiui'bance of the orderly course of affair s. Why is it that these .great assizes .where eighty millions of people are to decide in whose hands 'they-are to place their In teres vs for the next four years should b>.*'- approached With so littT.e- noise, with VFueh unusual calm?- Why is it that the American peop'le are possessing their souls in such repose? ’ i'nei e is. I le’uure to say, ilu ex plan a.-. tioh-*of this state of feeling except that the pei . le of this country have made up their minds-- that there :Ts;to be for the present •hunge in tin*..' principles, and policies at 7 East Fifteenth ne current in the first section .with a silver key. The train will make a return- trip to One Hundred and Forty-fifth Street. When of The Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, both of whom had been appointed by the Probate Court to make the semi-annual examination of the books, testified that they were proceeding with this examination when the alleged robbery occurred. As soon as , the indictment against Chase was reported the Grand Jury resumed theory that if iggart back in a day or two, and it is understood he has Mr. Bryan's consent to appear with Judge Parker. J. Hampden Robb, the President of the Business Men’s Parker and Davis Association, last night made public the correspondence which had passed between him and Judge Parker as preliminary rangements for Monday night In reply to Mr. Robb's letter urging him to speak Judge Parker wrote: “ It will give_me great pleasure to accept your invitation to»appear at the mass meeting to be held at Madison Square Garden on the 51st inst. under the auspices of the • Business Men’s Parker and Davis Associa- FLYING MACHINE DROPPED. Machinery Failed and the Avery Ship Feli 25 Feet at St. Louis. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 26.—William Avrrv of be expected. It is evident from the vigor with which the British Embassy is pushing its inqulrl** that it is not the intention of the British Government to await the report Indefinitely. While the good faith of the Russian Government in its efforts to probe the affair { is not questioned, It is certain that Kirg Edward’s Government is neither in a humor I TOBACCO FUMES HIT FIREMEN. Four Overcome by Dense Smoke in Tenement Cellar. In a fire in the cellar of the five-story tenement house at 212 Forsyth Street last may Shadow Russian ships. 1    I    hof    in a position    to bro< f    unreasonable    fl«*- Chlcago    sustained a    sprained    ankle    to-day while'Attempting to    make    a    flight    with    an    |    '* *<■ r*»"®'«»    hrT‘' th:it    *®ch    day s    ^ aeroplane in the Plaza St.    Louis at the    1    will    render th© temper of the    people of World’s Fair grounds.    j    both    countries more    uncertain. The rope connecting the aeroplane ami ■    ,    |    at    ,h.    Admiralty winding drum by means of    which Avery    ? secures momentum for his    flights broke    !    that    the report will    be received to-day. when the aeroplane was about twenty-five feei. above the ground. The machine and the operator dropped to tlua ground with considerable force. The aeroplane was not „ . . , „    ,    ...    -    ,    ac-i much damaged.    British Squadron Lnder Orders to Sail from Gibraltar To-morrow. GIBRALTAR,    Oct. 26.—The    battleship* Victorious, Illustrious, and Majestic, (flagship of Vice Admiral Lord Charles Beres-ford.) and the cruisers Lancaster, Theseus, and Endymion are under orders to sail on ? to the ar-’t night four firemen were overcome by the j Fri(lav morninK. tit’s meeting. dense smoke- caused by the burning of sev- ;    rewirted . .    I    n.el    no    c'oe    1 nho nnn lg.!ï f atnrpfl tllprp Till'    “    I    1 eral cases of tobacco leaf stored there. The!      4    that    th°    purp°5e    18 lire was extinguished after a lot of ex- shadow the battleships of the Russian Bal- | the last section reaches Forty-second Street probably two, comederatesone 1    Kn    i combination on the vault door on thfout- DAUGHTER SUES HER FATHER. i'membered Miss Bagley.    ,    .    ...    .    .    ,.Ui,,u„„ui«h       - r* She said that Miss Bagley liad gone to the    1    holders of complimentary    passes will be j sjde    anq    possibly    another keeping watch ' association’s rooms some months ago and    admitted to the subway.    Then the trains    outside    of    the    building ! tried to borrow money,    but it had been re-    j    will begin    to move from    the sidetracks or fused. Then, according to Miss Du Bois, she    main line    points where    they ha\e been explained that her parents in the South    standing. were very wealthy*, but    did not clearly ex-    Though passes for more than la.000 per-    j i plain wliy she did not    apply to them as-    j    sons have    been issued,    the police expect    • j sistance. She joined the association.    ■    their hardest work after    7 o clock when Miss Bagley, after joining the association,    j    the public has its turn. Not an entrance I Miss Du Bois-said, became acquainted with    nor a station platform will    be left unguard 'd. Commissioner McAdoo says every pe lts investigation on the Chase were guilty there was at least one, J tion, and to greet there so many support-probably two, confederates^ one to turn The t ers cf the cause I represent, and through them to greet the great army of loyal, enthusiastic Democrats throughout the country.” _____,___ MARSHALL WINS AT ST." LOUIS. ! Chess Player Gets Prize of $500 and i citement. Those “ knocked out ” by the smoke were CaptxiBarry and Firemen Joseqh Engel and John Connor of Engine 17 and George Brown of Engine 33. Brown was made i more ill than the others, anrl he was removed to the engine house in Great Jones Street, where he was attended by a physician. All had to be helped from the cellar, where they fell. it h rat] • Miss Helen Gould, who visits the place oe-i casionally. 2 Miss Gould became Interested in the Southern woman and secured dress- A rh< proved so successfot in the last    ,    .    i rr, ,    ,    .    ,    ,■ , .. .. . making employment for her with set eral of They had resolved -definitely ,    ?:■ * >■ in iM tiiat their temporary j h^hr0™hS'MiE    af GoM'3kindOTss to her,' “,ljm ^*10 policy which as long i    Du Boisl Said, Miss Bagley was able .• -ume of Henry Clay was called    ,    C L -j " ui« i’can svstom ha J not resulted Io “"“yP “    3    ,    2 They intrusted William McKIn-    ‘»e Jfartha Washington Hotel Lately ..¡„k of l.rinirina the oountrv • she lost her «niploymcnt. She was unable e..,k -r bxl.ngiH-g Hie ccuntij    Wo'rk,!    and what ready money sh.: old bearings, of restoring the    K e lieenian in the city .will be on duty all day and far into the night. The rush for tickets to the opening continued unabated yesterday, and scores of demands had to be refused, with the result that the applicants went away declaring they had been slighted. The Directors of the Interborough Com- the had, it is believed, soon went. Not a penny .    .    .    .    At    the    Young    Women’s    Christian    Asso- In lour years the country made > ,,'Qg•■£*'-'<■ al'*”tT its regular old-fash- : elation it was said that If Miss Bagley hatf 8 "s ”g    re0uidr, oil lash ,    tlfere and toM of hcr penniless con- ba.cK to 5 v . i-t ; wavs of the National ■bousekeep-    .    . a    v"    ,    t    • i^r- , t v ,    !    was found'among her effects ii u lie showed l.umself worthy of their 1    ° c in a.:'.. gl'tat: loned lines _of healthy-'development, and. in I'.HUi, w.hen he gave an account of his ‘-stewardship th< people approved it and renewed •his term of office. An unspeakable, .crime snatched .him..away from his glorious task and. our loving confidence. In the classic-. th vvhen the goldv-n bough was torn | iiwav . -imvtiier 'immediately. app€>are<l in its i jiinci Theodore Roo'-'-vdt took up tie* • liur ien pur beloved Chief laid down, and j W’Ltii incorriparable courage and strength I    ----------- jms carried - it o.o. With th« work of both'j Palmer & Hornbostel Win Competition 1 O faithful servants the American peo- j for Architects of Technicar Schools. Vie ar<* satisfied. Believing and intending < work, shall go on in the hands and » BITTSBURG, Oct. 20.-The Committee on vuuFr the guidance which-has been found [ Carnegie Technical Schools at its meeting ! to-day awarded the prize of the competi-Palmer & Hornbostel of New ilv discord, which has been the subject of panv will give a dinner to August Belmont much tea table and club gossip. The Tay-SRcrry’s this evening. The number of lors are. among the best-known people ^ or guests is limited to sixty, and although the names of the speakers are not announced. 3 - iid that there will be a dozen of j TO FIGHT BOYCOTTS—$250,000. them, representative of the financial world, ; Worcester Young Woman Files an Attachment for $40,000. src'hl-to-be Ke» York Tim-S.    j    ©«'<* ««III as Tournament Champion. WORCESTER. Mass., Oct. 26.—Miss Flor- j    Special to The Nezv York Times. cnee C. Taylor to-day filed ail attachment j st. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 20.—The draws for for $40,000 on the property of her father, { the final round of the seventh American R. C. Taylor,-a real estate owner, to protect ; chess congress were played off in the rooms a civil suit she has brought against him to ’ the Missouri Athletic Club to-day. The recover on a promissory . note for $33,250    Mlotkowsky-Marshall    game,    a    Sicilian,    was and interest, which she alleges she holds    adjourned with    positions    even,    and    will against him.    }    probably be a draw. The game will'not af- It is supposed now that pecuniary dis-    foot the prizes at    all. agreements were at the bottom ot the fani- ®    .7    s    t    :    I-    W    k    a    I    U    a    culilArtf    a! BETTING ON PLURALITY. Wagers at Even Money That Roosevelt Will Get State by 50,000. tic squadron.'which will, it is expected, g>* by way of the Cape of Good Hope. The Russian cruisers and torpedo boat* are expected to pass t! rough th* Straits of j Gibraltar on th* way to Suez j The whole of the Gibraltar torpedo flotilla j has been commissioned. j The ships of the Channel fi^i hac® | filled their bunkers with coal and have re- | pknished their ammunition ard other l stores. They w ill b* ready for sea at a mo-i I nvnt'i notu e. ! The battleship Hannibal and the criFaer Worcester. Miss Florence is about txventy-five years old.    i The first prize of $500 and a gold medal as touinament champion of America goes j to Frank J. Marshall of Brooklyn, with a scqre of 8 wins, no losses, and one unfinished, probably a draw. Max Judd of St. Louis wins#second prize of $300, with 7 won and 2 lost. L. Uedeman of Chicago gets the engineering profession, and the City ! Emp|0yers in Boston Form Association '^emcnM'or’allcago tms’iou"^3 prize P^“oseve,fs secre- [    »«»•    from    Lab0r    T~“W-*    |    « »»«>•__ tary, pent to the Rapid Transit Cominis- ! BOSTON, Ocf, 2G.-Announcement was sion yesterday the following note:    |    made to-day of the formation of the Em- : The President regrets his inability to ac- I j>loyers’ Association of Boston by about 500 ¿O ion she would have been assisted. Miss Du Bois believes the woman felt too proud to ask for assistance and too proud to appeal to her parents in the South for hejp. The body of the woman was ren oved to    ,    _    .    .    ..    . undertaking esrablishment on Eighth Cept the courteous invitation of the Mayor, wholesale and retail merchants, manufact- . President of the Board of Aldermen, Rapid urers, teamsters, and others, the purpose , Transit Commission, John B. McDonald, of Which is to prevent interference with and August Belmont to be present at the business by labor controversies and to ceremonies attendant upon the opening of j “ guard against oppressive and «unfair leg-th© Rapid Transit Railroad on Oct. 27, j. islation and discrimination.” 1064, at 1 o’clock.”    j    The association declares Itself in favor of Police Commissioner McAdoo announced I conciliation and arbitration,,but advocates last night that he had refused applications in its by-laws an open ^oja_and the ewi- MISS LOFTUS TO WED AGAIN. Eli Avenu CARNEGIE PRIZES COME HERE. Odds in the election betting yesterday D(,ris aI,, watching the Straits closely were practically unchanged, although .some small bets were made on Roosevelt at closer odds than 5 to 1. At the close of the day Parker money was offered at 8 t o 50.    $ A number of bets were made on the probable Presidential plurality in this State. Sheffield & McCullough placed several thousand dollars at even money that Roose- ! velt will carry New' York by 50,000. They ! still have some money to place on the same j proposition.    | Higgins remained a 10 to 9 favorite., j Among the larger bets on. the Governor- { ship was one of $6.000 to $5,400 in favor of ! Higgins between Sheffield & McCullough There is great activity at the dockyard, where men are working night and day* The Admiralties making Inquiries concerning the coal .available h*re. AN ACCIDENT—ROJESTVENSKY. Russian Admiral Says Boats Seemed to Discharge Torpedoes. VIGO. Spain. Oct. 26.—The Associated Press has succeeded in obtaining an ir.ter-andAU Marko. W. Marko, among others. ■ view with Admiral Rojestvensky. who ex- Contlimed on Pase 5. INDEX TO DEPARTMENTS. Commercial World,—Page 15. A musements.—Pa ge 9. i to-day I tion to _ I York., who were appointed architects. Sec- , i ond place in the competition wfas secured • ! by George B. Pest of New York, one of | the specially- inviteckcompetitors. ' The third, fourth, and fifth ranks, with j ; awards of $1,000 each, were secured by « , ,    .    rilovment of as many apprentices as the    at the Nixon r for all-night licenses made by various sa- plover wishes. It is planned to raise a    f    f honnr> ■, ons for to-night, including the Subway „,nd    I Tavern.    - The Actress Announces Her Engage ment to William Courtenay, the Actor. Special to The Sew York Times. PITTSBURG, Oct. 26.— The engagement 1 of Cecilia. Loftus to William Courtenay, j leading man of the Avenue »Stock Company, ! this city, was announced to-night at a dinner at the Union Club. Miss Loftus, who is Theatre this week, was the has StOX*X) to place on Higgins at even money.    __ “THEY MAY GET BUMPED.” James J. Hill’s Reported Comment on Stock Market Conditions. pressed great regret over the North S'a incident. The Admiral stated that the unfortunate occurrence w*as purely accidental. The I weather the night in question was rathfr hazy. At about 1 A. M. two torpedo boa'?, which the Russians supposed were Japanese James J. Hill, President of the Northern Securities Company, was quoted yesterday | craft, suddenly appeared between the two as having said of the stock market in an j divisions of the squadron and seemed to interview *’ they had better be a little can- j #1Ienliarfrft t0 tious. They may get bumped.” tinued: tt    discharge torpedoes. He con- I    ... i The Russians immediately opened fir®. "Some of the railway stocks are selling J They saw no fishermen, ard were not in rise of *bovcotts or sympathetic strikes, i . It was announced that the marriage would j for more than I would be willing to pay j awarP that any damage had been  *     tat*----;---------  ;    nlooo    Irv    Vaw    V    rirk    Fliictpr    ‘    fr\r*    ThOS6    Stocks    hdcl    jllSt    ES    much    \    _    .    „    »t, .    *    j_* for new building union. Call Sheet j take place in New Uork Easter week. Robert Colby Very III.    ;    goth principals received warm greetings in | Robert Colby is ro seriously ill at his the theatre where they are playing to-! home, 22 East Twenty-third Street, that pight.. Although they went direct from Evidently, the Admiral said, th» flsher- ; nio members of his family have been called    dinner    to their dressing rooms, the * to his bedside. Mr. Colby is a lawyer, also neWs had preceded them, and in both thea- Metal Workers Issue Other Bodies. , ,    ,    e    i    o    member    of    the    Stock    Exchange.    He    is    a    their    first    appearance on the stage !sCnSS m «SSar-HHI    ^¡zsrsos ers.—Page 10.    -    .    ••    .    .    • Business Troublés.—Page 11.    ■ Court Caleudars.—Page IL Bosses by Fire.—Page 2.,    ~    . Mai le înteîlig* . e and ' Fore'gn Mails. Page 13. New Corporations.—Page 13. ' Real Estate.— Page 14..    - Society.—Page 9.    ■    '■ ^United Service.—Page 13. ' M'eather Report.- Page y. • day s Ftrea.—Pa«e,2. for them. These stocks had just real value six months ago as they have to- j day, aud I think one ought to be a little ; men had shown no lights, careful about rushing in to buy them after F The Admiral repeated that he greatly r~* their market piices have advanced $‘2o to j gret^eij ^at anv injury had beom done to »30 a share. I suppose the speculators are    ^    , attracted by the facility with which they 1 fishermen, and added that he had no doubt can carry 4 per cent, stocks in a 2 per cent. \ the Russian Government would make amp • money market, but much of the money ! compensation, they are using in speculation Is the idle money which the business interests of the J Say* They Saw Torpedo Boats. 1 delphia.    ,    ,    1    whiohD'^t    I    HafrlB.    recently    appointed    SnperviBing In- j ea*” She Vas formerly the wife of Justin j country have«»    use    for    because    of    I    №( KWMeln> an The technical schools when completed will    oll.nn^    j    spector    of    the    Steamboat    Inspection S*rv- » Hpntly McCarthy.    !    the dullness^ trad^    j    oKlrt    a    lev;, 1 cover an area of thirtj-tvo acres, and will    j    ..    «licet    metal    men    Isstied a    circular    ice for the Second District, New York, re- j represent an expenditure of $5,000,000. Work    ;    sheet    ™    d    ported at the Department of Commerce and | on the bindings will begin a| soon as the j    I    apUnt    a    ^ ^    -    °— J working plans can be P. enured.    j    co^tmittee 0f fi-ve for the purpose of form- j A choice of eighteen trains a day New :    SiugerH and Public Speaker« will always find,    i    jag    new    body.    The    date and    place of    1    Buffalo, and a New rork Central two-cent mile- [ PIfo’s cure an effectual cure for hoarseness. - * meeting its to be designated later.    I *g® ticket paj* the fare.—Adv. 1 Ad'»» LAST ATLANTIC CITA' Ol TING. He was also quoted as saying that the \! stock market talk of a settlement of the ,,?™itoUMlreid'>e?tiÄ“t<5:tobÄ at rSSi I Northern Securities suit was nonsense. covers round trip transportation and two days' hotel accommodation»: only $11.00 and $10.0o, a»- t cording to hotel selected. Beach front hotels at $11.00 rate.-Adv. Burnett'* Extract of Van111л Is the leader all the world over. Use no otb«r. —Artv, officer of the. battleship Empero • Alexander III.» hi« h*«0» interviewed, and give« th.- following explanation of the attack upon the Brltisu trawlers. “The transport Anatol, which was »tea»® ;