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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1904, New York, New York                             ;fAI[ th'e News That's Fit-to Print." THE Fair; light to fresh northwest winds. NEW YORK. THUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, PAGES. ONE CENT si Gilt tandard Phrase Raises' Tumult OUTBURST FOR ODELL "Hkck. with Secretary in EpigraaiS at and by ihc unity of i SiJiit.- Joh'.i Hay ue'.iver his. lU't-ser.c campaign ;i _ r.iways afford, ovtsr. ;V.od into ]-Iall lust.; o'elocu. to run-nil Uie TROLLEYS CRASH 12 HURT. -Motorn-.an Runs Into Rear' of Car That Stopped. Twe.lve persons were injured, three of th--rr. and-four seriously, last nlp'-it !n a rear-end collision of two trolley cars in -Washington Street, Jamaica, L. I. Tin motorn-an of the fear car had to leap for his life. One passenger was hurled from i tin? front car beneath the forward truck of i t'.'.i: rear one, and every window In both cars was shattered, a3. well as the dash- which crashed tog-ether, j "'hat there was no one killed appeared j miraculous to those who witnessed tho ac- rkii--nt. Both earn were crowded to tho -irnrs, the echo -of tl-.c crash away the fifty or more .passengers huddled together, shrieking and strug- rind covered by hundreds of. glass from the broken windows. was about o'clock w-hen Car No. UK r.f ths New York and. Xorth Shore V.! ilr-iLitf Company, bound from the. i.'urens lo tho Brooklyn City Line, ro-.iml- .'.-u the f urve into "Washington Street. !Mo- John J'ran-k was driving, and Con- iiu.uor Kvo-rott Howman was" collecti.ij; SUBWAY OPENING TO-DAY REPLIES TO STANDARD OIL. PARKER TO TAKE STUMP WITH SIMPLE CEREMONY at One to be Admitted at Seven. JOHN-HAY Lawson Says Rockefeller, Or- i de.red Statement Issued. .'Special !o Tlie.-fffat York Tiir.es. i'BOSTON, .Oct. "W. Lawson to-night, in reply to t'r.e ijtandard Oil Coin-, pahy's statement, declares that John D. Kockefeller, seeing the handwriting on the ordered the statement put forth; ffE PRESENT l tha'T its denials are technical, and LAST WEEK OF.-CAMPAIGN Starts Be Heard in New Jersey and Connecticut. Expected to Represent the Federal Gov- Roosevelt Sends Letter of Regret. GARDEN MONDAY NIGHT Judge. Parker's nomination was; procured by.'Senator McCarren; .an employe; of the j Standard Oil Company and of Henry Ii.-j Wfll Wind Up by Attending Reception The rapid transit subway, for which the contract was signed four years and seven mr.iiih3.ag9, is ready (or the. formal open- ing from the City Hall to One Hundred and Forty-fifth Street. While to-day will be a. gala occasion throughout the ci.ty, the opening exercises will be very simple. The programme is as The- ceiY-mnr.ies" in the Ahlermanic Chamber at Rogers. He says: 5 "Tuesday Oil had a There possibly ne.ver was one held before i to which the other5 Standard Oil men went j with such uncertain .dread, t keep closely -j in touch .with I used to..tor distance ciY-mnr.es" n te erma front I Ciu- Kail will boijln at -I o'clock. in Brooklyn oh Saturday Night.- Judge Parker will -lake the. stump begin-: gain, but I since "ray.story began j "ing-on Monday night next' at Madison .for- safety. Square Garden, and will, appear fn public The. word was passed before Tuesday's every evening of- tho last week of the cam- meeting, .-John D. is furious; and something n ;HJg armounoea Ust is going to drop.' A few ot the active men were so scared they slipped Into the market ,j the-National Committee and con- and out of their stocks. John D. Rockefcl- j firmed by. the. candidate himself, provides lor did all.'the talking that .broke forty. for rour possibly five years; silence. Boiled down, it. would .read: Jn people are aroused as never, be- fore. Bank deposits are being withdrawn, throughout the country, and insurance poli- cy holders arc panic stricken. Some one in MAY HAVE SUNK A STEAMER. Vessel Apparently Went Down After Baltic Fleet Passed Her. LONDON, Thursday, Oct. Morn- j ing Post's Copenhagen correspondent gives j a that the Captain of a British j steamer, after passing the Baltic squadron on Friday evening in the North Sea, saw two miles away a two-funnelled steamer in distress, which- apparently sank .before 'he was able to reach her.. It is suggested that the steamer had been attacked by the Baltic squadron. i Ko Report by Russian Ad- mini-Sharp Note Sent. SCHWAB GAVE BACK EXCUSE OF ROJESTYENSKY Father KittellSiays Losers iri Shipbiiild- ing Trust Recovered That Amount. Special to The .Vra) YGY.'R DENVER, Oct. Rev. Ferdinand j Kittell, rector of St. Michael's Church, j Loretto, Cambria County, Penn., the i Says-He Saw Torpedo, Boats; Did Not See Fishing Craft. BRITISH FLEET MAY SOON ACT up oh Saturday night before election-with a I ehurcli which Charles Jl. Schwab built at reception in Brooklyn. Arratrgements -or Ufa Committee also provide for It is not two appearances of cx-Fre.sident Cleveland or_ smashed iir.o the other one .he stepped jfn j wm be admitted to the subway. dashboard railinp and leaped far to one sale oJ five-cent-tickeu-vi-ii: begin, esca.ping unhurt. th- 'iio cl puiiCv' OH the Sire-'..-: side, the holJffrs of iirc-.-s to enter, 'ho of hoir.ers of pivss .-r'.-ts result o: tile action of ihe we- re not over' a dozen regular rs for prf-ss In the hall wlifil ci-.c-iH-d. reserved !Vr jln-m by There prailribly has bi-.vn a. polilica! meetiiiK in ty..iw v.-hf--. c- the cr.r.Juet of tlie -..uiice ;o gain to a hall. Jerome in the Audience. 1'Ji.-'.rict -Jorome in the audience. Mrs. M. and Mrs-, i-'rank b'jrcl'-p, Mason, the Republican leader the Twenty-nipth District, .called the. j I'1'occcd homo. to and ir.troduced Senator ct.- Chairman. portion of the lighting system, hitherto un- finished. The stations where construction work was over had been swept clean, cleared of ail building materials, and" equipped with ticket-chopping machines. "I doTrt' want'the public to pass judg- ment on the road for the first two said air. Hadley. It would not be exact- ly fair to us. After that, however, we are. willing to submit ourselves to the most critical tests. -''It must be remembered" that never.be- fore in the history, of railroading has a big system been opened in this manner on the. tick of the clock At first, of course, the patrons of must bo a little in- dulgent. We expect slight, delays. It would be unreasonable not to look for some hitches, in view .of the newness of the men. and the devices. There will be no serious inconvenience, however, and .we think ,that The noise of the collision, followed by the within 'forty-eight hours .the subway will Iii fcrearns' of tihe injured, caused the people j have come as-near to perfection as any v.-as taken to St. Mary's Hospital, his legs badly lacerated and his body cov- vocl with bruises. C'ouduc'-or Frederick Jlclnger of'tlie for- ward car was taken hone, after some deep ruts on his amis' and- body had been 'iTsscd. Edward Cromnicl, thirty-five old, of West Thirty-seventh Street, tiiis borough, had a fractured knee-cap, cuts his head and_face, aiid many bruises. v.-ar; carried to the hospital. A woman 10 refused to give her. name an'd went ..omo In a cai-riago fainted white the sur- assisted by-a doctor of tho n'elgh- bo.-hcod, dressed cuts she had received falling C'Corfi-e YVatkins and Frank Daley, who cirk at the Jamaica, raco track, were cut t-v glass, but insisted on going home, as cJid Joseph John of 170 Chichester -Street, liichmond Hill. Several others had to be cared for by the doctors before they could :T Elsberg aruuseu tre- ?a', when he mentioned as.-.-; proiluct of the :'k-t; }tis fii'st p'.iblic serv- n district WhOn Si-cjfctary Hay was I St'-nntor no Teceived tho ontif'j audienoe rising. and clK-erip.sj .him :.J. lony-continued applause ihc- by Glack 's num.--. seenic-d to be c-v.s tij.m tiint fTveeteel t tlie name .of and it lasted nearly as to pour out ol the church and houses round- j.railroad can. about, and soon a big crowd had gathered. V The. .Beginning of operation is not a Policeman Peppers sent a hurry call for j question- of schedules. 'Vi'e 'are ready to help, and soon all the .reserves of .the Ja- i throw- our tentative time tables .to the re on the scene. It was winds if it becomes if the At ic.i i-iat.on v, full halt-hour before the excitement convenience, of. the public demands. 1 abated, ar.cl the injured were "removed. Ko l first the three-minute headway for local arres-.d were mnde. and the four or five minute .head- ________' i .way for rush-hour express trains will fur-. WOODBURY'S AUTO HITS, MAN. Commissioner Takes Victim to Says It's Chr isf fail Charity. Dr. John McGaw Woodburj-, Commission- er of Street Cleaning, In ins automobile, accompanied by. a friend, Vas threading his way yesterday afternoon through Ave- nue V at Fourteenth' Street when James Reagan, fifty-eight years of age... who said -that he "lived in the city lodging house in Twenty-third Street, walked out from hind a wagon and was the mud guard of the front wheel. Before the chauffeur could stop. Reagan .had .fallen in front of the rear wheel, which passed, over his right foot, crushing it. The Commissioner .leaped out of the jna- chine and with the assistance of the chauf- feur bundled Keagan .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. asked why he was so he "Just Christian charity; Chrtsttatr-char- an expense of is in -Denver, and to-day made this statement: I.would like to tell you all the good deeds of .that good man, C. .31. Schwab, but it would .lake too iong. Few know of the multiplicity of his good works, but 1 know. For instance, I can certify that lie has j Powerful Squadron Ordered to Leave Gibraltar Great Activity at Naval Stations. ing in Carnegie Hall, at which.'ex-Presieienl Cleveland spoke, isitlpr dtraus will pre- 'side. and the principal address will bti made by j Judge Parker. Hoke Smith of Gem-gin., who was Secretary of the Tnteribr in th'e Cleveland Cabinet, will be another speaker. On Tuesday evening judge Parker will.go to Newark to apeak at; the meeting ar- ranged by New York business men residing in New Jersey. Richard V. Liritlabury will preside, and John- G.. Carlisle, Daniel S.- Lamont, and others 'will be asked -to speak.; Wednesday "evening Judge Parker Tvill.attaiid a reception to ge biyeri in this city-by jthe Parker Independent Clubs and also wiljimake a speech. Louis- Bhricli. the President of the West SidV Parlter Club, headed a delegation from the organization yesterday, which called on the candidate! and got his promise to attend. _Whlle Judge Parker Is attending this meeting the German-American Parker X-'nion al which Carl S.chnrz .will will be In progress, in Cooper Union. According to. the "announcement of the National Committee last .night it has ".f GOULD AIDED SUICIDE. anci the un Miss Bagley Ends Life After Having j Spent Last Cent. apparently spent her last cent, and being too proud to ask for further as- sistance, Miss Kila Bagley, who is said to be well-connected In tho South, and who had bce-n assisted'by Miss Helen up against adversity yesterday and but an-1 committed suicide byj -inhaling'gas in- interest which his ail- room at CIO Vest Street stretched in the street drunk, so I that the best-thing ..to. do-was to take him to'the hospital.. Just Christian charity, I as- sure you, gentlemen, The other ma'n in the automobile told the story of the accident, while the Commis- sioner was busy iri the hospital ward. INDICTED. Charged with Embezzling He Said Robbers Stole. 'POMEROY, Ohio, Oct. Treas- urer Thomas J. C.haso, who had declared nish_a basis for the schedule, but we shall that (in Sept. 0 last two robbers locked him 'in the vault of the County. Tre-asury and- stole was to-day indicted by the Grand' Jury on the charge of having em- bezzled amount from the county. be ready on short notice to increase the number of trains if the number of passen- gers warrants it. We can.run them, one minute apart if necessary." Admission to the ceremonies in trie City Hall this. afternoon will be strictly by ticket, and it was announced last night 'that tho police guard in the City Hall under Capt. O'Brien and Inspector Titus, would form a solid line around the plaza in front of tho keeping it- entirely ity; that's''all. The poor fellow was received assurances from Mr. Cleveland that he make the chief address of the evenlhg at this meeting. On Thursday evening. Jugde Parker will speak in Connecticut, Hartford, or New the place, not having se- lected. Friday niehris still open for Judge Parker, bin a big .meeting will be held: at where eXrPresident Cleveland will fireside. Ex-Controller Jamea H. Eckel's will .be the chief., speaker, Sa.turda.y..-riijtlH- Judge '-Parker will go to Brooklyn to ni- tfnd a reception be.hele} at the home- -of the King? County .Democratic' which .Herman is the President. Judge Parker told Sir. Metz. however, when he .made ..the engagement, that he would have to be excused from speaking.- There was considerable talk yesterday of .having HJilliam -J. Bryan speak in New .York next week, preferably at -the -Mad- Chase's boad was fixed at but he j ison Square meeting, on Monday n.ight with was unable to furnish bail, and was sent, to Jcil'l. Chase was found locked np on- Sept. 9 Judge Parker. Nothing h'owcver, has been The efforts to bring-about their Joint appearance have been made thence to the fair grounds for some one _ j who could open the vault. It was.shown clear v.ntil after the starting of the first j to the Grand Jury tbat at least half a dozen by Mis .daughter, who rushed to a bank and j chiefly by Chairman -Taggim. 'who now is train. After the speechmaking the proces- sion lo tlie loop station will be led.by Mayor the '.if Sec- She "WL.S" iound" thoie" shp'rtly betore noon lleCk-llan, tlie P.apid Transit' Commission- he appia-.ise for Jlr. liig- i vn.ncvdny wlicri itho fumes of the gns indi- ers, ami their chief engineer, the Inti-rtior- ____ tlie ovation for crued that somlithins was wrong in her j ougli-Company's chief officials and their jtiddleport Bank, and A. P. Miller, editor men were sitting front of the court house all .the forenoon on Sept. a.nd that none of these? men saw the robbers. Fred. Radford, assistant cashier of tho until .Mr. 's- Speech. _his room. A physil'ian was hastily-sent, for.-j staff, and the'special guests. 'Secretary of but Hiss' Bayk-y- was dead. Siio was about j State John Hay, it expected, will repro- forty years old. sent tlie Federal Government. 1 IV hy i.-i it V.. .p The first train prcpably will consist of nt tbo. I least two sections, las one section will not bold rtii the guests. The start up town, v." be made when Mayor McClellan turns, on the current in the first section with a silver The train will make a 1.0 One Hundred and Forty-fifth Street. When 1 the lust, section reaches Forty-second Street 7 She said that Miss-fiagley had gone to the holders of complimentary passes wil! be association's rooms some months ago and admitted to the subway.. Then the trains tried to borrow money, but it had been re- j will begin to move from the sidetracks-or fused. Then, according to. Hiss Du Bols, she main lino points where they have be'on explained that her parents in tlie South standing. Among the few effects of the .dead-wo- as follow.-: was a card of membership in in "Women's Christian Association. It t'u1 nviete--t tvi-r lKion tr> lier at the he-adquartnrs has of at 7 East FiH-ueuth- e-'xcitf-nie-nt. so siiuiu i Street. Whe-n inquiry was made there Hiss key. 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 pror- in Indiana. Chairman Taggart will be .back in .a day or it is understood he has .Mr. Bryan's consent to appear with Judge Parker. J. Hamrxlen Robb, tho President of the Men's Parker and Daxls Associa- tion, last .night made public the correspond- ence which bad passed between, him and Parker as preliminary to .-the.ar- rangements for .Monday__nieht's meeting. In. reply to Mr. Rotab's letter urging him to speak Judge Parker wrote: paid out more than to persons whom he believed to have lost money by j ST. PETERSBURG, Thursday, Oct. reason. of the 'formation of the'Shipbuildlng o( stated at Trust. There was one case of a widow in Xew York who lost all she had in the busi- ness, and she had bad r.early .KKO.OOO. >tr. Schwab drew his for and gave it to her. I saw the cheek." _ SATOLLI IN A RUNAWAY. Cardinal's Horses Bolted but Were Stopped Before Damage Was Done. KOJJ13, Oct. .driving here to-. day Cardinal Satolli's horses took fright and bolted.. Fortunately they were stopped before ajhy damage was done. The CilrOlnal has received many congrat- ulatory messages over his escape. YOUNG WOMAN SHOOTS SELF. Carrie Gunlach- WilHamsburg Jeweler's Daughter, Commits Suicide. Cari'ie '-Gunlach. thirty-five years old. of- S3A Stuyvesan't Avenue, "Wllliarnsburgv committed suicide yesterda3r by shooting' herself throiigrh- the heart. Herman Gunlach'. the father of the .young; woman. .is. a retired jeweler. lie said lost night -that of no reason why daughter should have: ended 4icr life, was employed, as forewoman .in a dressmak- ing in this city. FLYING MACHINE DROPPED. Machinery Failed and the Avery Ship Feli 25 Feet at St; Louis. .ST. Oct. Avery of Chicago sustained a sprained ankle fo-'lay wliiie attempting to make a fl.iftht with an aeroplane in the Plaza Sti Luiiis at the "World's Fair grounds. .The i'ope connecting the aeroplane and wir.dliis drum hy means of which Avery secures momentum for" hi.s flights- broke when the aeroplane was-about twenty-five the ground. The machine anil trio operator dropped to the ground witii considerable force. The aeroplane was" not much damaged. o'clock this morning that no word had been received from Vice Admiral Kojest- vensfcy. The official continued: The de-lay in gettins the Russian ver- sion of the North Sea affair Is ceedingly embarrassing to this Government. It is felt that, in tho inflamed state of British public opinion, ab- sence of any official report is most serious factor and renders still difficult an already delicate situation." Sir Charles Hardinge, the British Am- bassado'r, yesterday sent another d> Foreign Minister Lamsdorff. He expressed his opinion, that "the measures reported t'> have been taken by the Russian Admiralty to communicate with Admiral Rojeatvensky were r-ntirely inadequate. Capl. Calthorpo, the British Kftva) At-. taclic. previously had called at the Ad- miralty in full uniform in quest' of Informa- tion as to when the Admiral's report could be expected. H Is .evident from the vigor with which the.I3rltlsh Embassy is pushing its that it is not the intentloa of BritlVli Government to await Uio report Indefinitely. the good faith of the i ornmerit in Its c-fforts _to probe the affair. Is not 'quesilonflrt, It in certain that King. Kdwaifl's IB neither in a humor nor in a position to brocll IV- lay.. H is realized here that each day's will render the temper of the .people -of both countries more uncertain. The is expressed at the Admiralty th.it the report will be received to-day. MAY SHADOW RUSSIAN SHIPS. i JJi: Jiois. the Secretary, said she well re- n-iembered Miss Bagley. is, to say. no expiana.-_ of feeling e-xeept that rjr.try have made1 is. to lie for the >.e and policies .1 so sneui-ssfu-J iii the- last oy resolved -definitely that tiK-ir te-rnporary jj'iliuy as of H.-iiry Cjco" was called- Intrusted Wtniam lie-Kin- df the i-utintry f.'i the t.'-n- hci'-isirkt'T- Viim.-.--i; worthy nf tht-lr i the ni.-ule !1> regular, were very but did not. clearly ex- j j plain why sr'.e -did not apply to them as- Distance. Slie joined the association. j Miss Bagley, after joining the association, Miss Du became acquainted wi'-h'' Miss Hc'en Gould, wlio visits the place oc- ciLsionaMy. Miss Goulel becamo Interested in tho Southern woman and secured dress- eding with this examination when the al- It will giye_ni6 great pleasure to accept loged robbery occurred. j your im'itation totappear at the'mass meet-- As' soon as .the indintnient against Chase j ing. to. be held .'at Madison Square Ga-rd'en was reported the Grand Jury- resumed on. the "1st iiist.' 'uiduf tlie auspices of the it-s investigation on the theory that if Business Hen's Parker and Davis Associa- Chase were guilty there was at least one, lion, and to -greet there so many support- J and through sidr-, and possibly another "keeping watch outside the building.' DAUGHTER SUES HER PATHER. Though passes for more than 1T..OOO per- Worcester Young Woman Files an At- for Spccial-lo The. York Times. Mass., Oct. Flor- ence C. Taylor to-day filed an attachment for S-IO.OOO on the property of .her -father. sons have been issued, the police expect their hardest work after 7 o'clock when the. public lias its turn. Not an entrance :ior a station platform will be left unguard- ed.' Commissioner McAdoo says every por- Ijceman ill the city will be on-duty all day and.far into (he night. The rush for ticli- making employment for her wUh several of ets to the opening continued unabated yes- i terday, a.n-J scores of demands liad io be I Gould's kindness, to her, refused; with the result that the applicants aid, Miss Bagley was able went away they had been slight- insidefable monoy and lived XVashingtor. Hotel. Lately ployment. She was unable p pr frier.ds. Through Miss DU i36is'j to accumulate'c ot the Marina she lost her enH to get and what ready money she had. it is believed, soon went. Not a penny was among: her effects. At the Youngr Women's Christian A.SSP- .thcm to greet the great .army, of ihnsiastic Democrats throughout the coun- trj-.'" MARSHALL WINS AT St. LOUISA i Chess Player Gets Prize of i Medal as Tournament Champion. ft'ftcial toi_Tltt ft.ew York-Times. ST. LOUIS'. Mb.; Oct. firaws for' the final round of the seventh American R-. C.-Taylorra real estate owner, to protect choss congress were played off in the rooms a civil suit she has brought against him to of .the Missouri Athletic Club to-day. The recover on a promissory. note for MJotkowsky-Marshall game, a Sicilian, was and interest, .which she alleges she holds adjourned with jpositions even, anrt will against him. probably be a draw; The game will'not at- It is supposed now that .pecuniary dis- .ject at all. The first prize of and TOBACCO FUMES HIT FIREMEN. Four Overcome by Dense Smoke in Tenement Cellar. Tii- ;i fire in the cellar of tho five-story tenement house at .212 Pornyth- Street lasi j night, four firemen wert: overcome by the j dense snioko, caused by the burning of j eral cases of tobacco-leaf stored Tlie fire was exUnguishcU a-fter a lot ot fx- citeipent. i knocked out hy tho pmoko tvt-.re i CaptrrBarry and Josepjh Kngel and Jolni Connor of Engine !7 and George Brown, of Engine 33. Brown was rnndn. niore ill the others, anrl he was re-., moved to the engine housp in Great Jones Street, where he was attended by .a physi- cian. All had to.be 'helped from the cellar, where they BETTING ON PLURALITY. Wagers at Everi Money That Roosevelt Will Get State by 'Odds in the election beating yesterday were practically unchanged, -althoueji 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 ib 30. S A nbmber of bets v.-erc made on the proh- able -Presidential plurality -in this State. British Squadron Under Orders to Sail from Gibraltar To-morrow. -GIURALTAK, pt-t. VictoriouR, Illu.striou.s, and. (flapr ship r.-f Vic? Admiral Churles fi.irtj.) arid 'tlie rruisers and Uiiilymlon are unOvr-orders to on Friday It ;y reported that tho purpoflo In shiiil.owLlie of the .Russian Bal- tic squiulron.-ivhlch will. It SB by way of the Cape of Good The. KussKin cruisers and torpedo expected to pjnn.i through the Straits of .Gibraltar on the way to Siic? Tho whole of tlie Gibraltar torpedo'flotilla liff.n cvommipwioned. The HhiuH of the Channel flAet have filled their with coal and nished iheir ammunJlion and othftr stores. "T-hcy will b'? rcndy at mp- j notice. ..Tho battleship Hiinnibal and tlir cruiveF Dc.rJM'aie watching the Strnlts closely. There is> groat activity'at the dockyard, where mpn are working" night and 'The making inquiries. lljo available here. Mcciiillough placed The Directors of Uie Inter-borough Cohn- agreements fir-st Prizc ot and a SQlA medal thousand.dollars at even money that'Rooso-. any will give, a dinner to-August toiifSamcnt champion of America goes j volt will curry New York by 50.000.- They ml-. ___ 1..U. v______ 4.-. r H.TriT.cVio11 nf _ alii! llflx-rt RflTTH" TTHlTieV i n nlncf? Cin t hf> fifl'np several AN at SITcrry's this eveninp. The uuinbor ot quests is limited to sixty, and although the names of the "speakers are not announced. it i's 'that there -will be a dozen fit it was said that if Miss Bagloy hacf- (hem, representative of the financial, world, lors are among thfe best-known people of Worcester. .Miss Florence .is about twenty- five years old.____________ TO FIGHT applird tHcre'and told of her penniless con- the engineering- profession, arid the Cily Employers in Be clition she v-ould liave been assisted. Miss ancl National Governments. _ _ f -r-___1- I TOP. fTOlCCll On Bols believes the wonio n. felt too proud ask for assistance, and too proud to ap- l to her parents in the South'for help. Mr. President -Roosevelt's 'secre- tary, sent to the Rapid Transit Commis- i sio'n yesterday th'e following note: Boston Form Association for Protection from Labor Troubles. BOSTON, was made to-day ftf the formation of the to Frank J. Marshall of Brooklyn, with a score of 8 wins, no losses, and .one unfin- ished, probably a draw, Max Judd of SI. third prize of 5150, or ith 6 won and 3 lost. The body of tho woman was rem.oved to The President.regrets his inability to ac- i ployers' Association of Boston by about 500 undertaking AVC11U3. establishment on Eighth_'. cept the invitation of the. Mayor. j President -of the Board of Aldormen, Rapid _j Transit Commission, John B. McDonald', and August..Bc'.mont to bo-present at the ceremonies attendant upon the opening of the Rapid Transit Railroad on Oct.. D7, at 1 o'clock." CARNEGIE PRIZES. COME HERE. IIITdMl oil 1 rNDEX. TOJ3EPARTMENTS, la1. T-'-. f- and Buy- Palmar Hornbostel Win Competition for Architects of TechnicaT Schools. riTTSBUIvG, Oot. Committee on o-.nul j Carnegie Technic.al 'Schools at its meeting i to-day awarded the prize of the oo.mpeti- (iiin to Palmer Hornbostel of New. j Tavern i who. were appointed architects. Sec- j on'tl place i'.i the competition was secured Gcorgo 13. Past of New York, one or Hif-specially invited-.competitors. j Tho third, fourth, and fifth ranks, with i awards of each, were secured by i Donn Demingr and Corbett Pell j of Washington and New York, Gopdhue. Ferguson, Boston and 1 Xow Yoilc, and Kcwrnan. Harris, Pliila- wholesale and retail-merchants', manufact- urers, teamsters, and others, .-the purpose of 'which is to prevent interference -with business by labor controversies and to "guard against oppressive and leg- islation and discrimination." atili have so-me money to place on the same j proposition. j Higgins .remained a JO to 9 Among the larger bets. on. the -Governor- MISS LOFTUS TO WED AGAIN. The Actress Her Engage- ment to William Courtenay, the Actor. Special lo Nt-.u York Times. engagement I James J. Hill, President of the Northern of Cecilia, Loftus. to William Courtenay, j Securities Company, was quoted yesterday The'association Declares' l-tself in favor of leading man of-the-Avenue Stock.Company, as .having said of the stock market in an Russian Admiral .Says Bocti Seemed to Discharge Torpedoes. VIGO, Oct. Associated Press has succeeded in obtaining an inter- .W. llarko, among- others. Tvicw with Admiral Rojestvensky. who ex- has place on Higglns at nioney. "THEY MAY GET James J. Hill's Reported Comment on'j VcaUier the night In nuestlon rathfr- pressed great regret over the North Sea incident. The Admiral stated that the unfortunate occurrence was purely accidental. Market Conditions. Police Commissioner McAdoo announced conciliation and advocates this-city, wns announced at a. din-, last nisht that he had refused applications in its by-laws an. open shop and the em- ner at thelUmon Club. Miss Lottus, who is loons for to-night, Including the Subway 'from which to draw. upon, g-ucst of lionor. i in crisc of boycotts or sympathetic strikes. It was announced that the marriafre wn-uM j. T7, i take place In N.ew llork Easier ..wer-lt. Robert coioy very iu. i Both principals received warm greetings in hazy.'At about 1 A. M. two .torpedo which Russians supposed, were Japanen craft, suddenly appeared between fho two divisions of tlie squadron'; and seemed tg discharge .torpedoes. The Russians Immediately opened FOR NEW BUILDING UNION. Sheet Metal i Robert Colby is co serio.usly ill at his home, East Twenty-third that ,the theatre .where they'are- playing to- interview." they had better be a little cau- tious.-They may get bumpad." He con- tinued: "Some of .the. railway stocks are They saw no fishermen, ar.tl were not for more than I would be willing to pay awaj.c Rny had bcfn for them. These stocks had just as much I real value six months ago as .they have to-1 Evidently, the Admiral said, the fisher- 'day; and I 'think one otijjht to be a little. men had. shown nn.lights. night.. Although they wont, .'direct from careful about rushing In to buy them afti-ri Tlie Admiral repeated that uri'atly 1 III ]ljjjfll. ilVIll I. til TTi 111 1 U.Jll.llt, J V.1ICIJ1 .11 V. I the-inembt-rs of Ins family-have been called tlie -to their dressing rooms, tho tiieir market prices have advanced to Workers Issue Call Other to his bedside. Mr. Colby Is a lawyer, also had preceded them; and'in both tliea- a share. I. suppose the Kpeculatorn are Stlil'ar.olhcr central body of unions in the '-a mtmrteort tres .their first. appearance, on the stage buHding trades is. now contemplated. The arnongTthsoe. now at hie home." Building Trades Alliance still exists, but la i' reduced to a merely nominal .body. The New Steamboat Inspector Sworn, gretteil that any injury had boon done to attracted by the facility with which they i fishermen, and added that he had no doubt was signal for long applause.. Misir' can carry 4 per cent, stocks In a 2 per cent, j the Ruaalun Government would make Loftua .on Saturday evening -closed 'an. -en- money market, b.ut .much of tho money! compensation. j gasement at the Lyceum Theatre, New .they are using In speculation Is the idle i The u-chn'.ca'. schools when completed will T iv..i- rm area of thirty-two acres, .and wiil oxpendlture of "Work in Inniflinps will bopin as soon as the V0 ew proposition -comes from the Amalga- WASHINGTON, U. C., Oct. Ira York City, in "The Serio-Comic Govern- which the business Interests of the atecl Sreet Metal which Is not Harris, recently appointed Sapervlslng In-.; ess." She was formerly the wife of Justin, j country have no present use for because of i --i dullness 9f He w.as also finotorl as sny.inK thai the 1 market -talk of a settlomcnt of the 2it. Northern Securities suit was nonsense. in the alliance. The sheet metal "men Issiied a circulo 1 spector of the Steambo'at Inspection. J .HJnritly MeCarHiy. r ice for.the Second District, New York, re- I.I. yesterday to all of the iminnq at the Department of Commerce and i i.AST ATrAIVTIC CIT1 Ol unions build-. toiday and took the oath of.office. -Sunday trip to Atlantic CM i union to appoint a 4-jUDUI j-syfvanla nallroacl Saturday Octoh pensatiu -'Sayt They Saw Prince Keretelll, an officer of tho battlc- ship Ktnperor AK'xanjler fir., .hecn Interviewed, and following: .Ver.t :-rdc.y's anfj I'uhlir Sppiiliprs aucays rind j iiig the new body. The date and place of I the meetine is to be designated later. purpose of form- A-cbolcc of cieMwn trains a. j 1 Buffalo, aiid a New Tork Central twi m ticket .the v i- coders round trip transportation and two daya i New York.to only and 1.10.00. ito Bvrnett'n Extrnct ot n-o-ccnt mile- 1 cos-fling to hotel selected. Beach front hofcclu at js tlis leader ail the wotid Use I m.OO -Jlrtv. iplanation of the itttack upon the Brltlsli tra-wlers..' Tht trannrjort -which   

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