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   World (Newspaper) - October 30, 1902, New York, New York                                Precast FAIR Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to Weather FAIR bv the Press I ew Yorlt NEW OCTOBER DD if I ONE CENT ill Greater New York and Jersey 1 tTWO CENTS ontilde of Greater New York nod City Had on EACH SIDE SEES II SURE VICTORY IT Democrats Think New Kings and Erie Will and Expects to from COUNT ON TO PLURALITY IN to from Kings and from Erie Are Looked REPUBLICANS SAY ODELL WILL WIN BY OVER Think the Result Below the Bronx Will Be Disappoinling to Their Five days before the elecUun the He publican managers arc confident that Odell will be reeleureo by a aooil plurality over Bird JThc inside ligures by the Ue publican although they have been caretully and are not in tended for have been ob tained by The World from an Inside They indicate that Odell will be reelecled by between and If the trend of the last few the Republican man agers believe the Governors plurality go to One of the mpst prom campaign managers said l FIRST SNOW MAKES A Few Flakes Fall Earlier than Before In TUlrty It was only a few feathery the Weather Bureau officials called it was real and the first of the season With the sun shining it be gan to fall In Greater New York a few minutes after 1 oclock and lasted only long enoiigh for a few per sons besiiles tho weather observers to make nole of Knough fell on Staten Ulund shortly after 4 to wet si Tin melted as ns it The enow was a in tnat it was the earliest the oldest Inhabitant and the Weather Bureau has known for thirty The former record was that of so that yesterdays beats It one of the season occxirred In this city and Troy Reports from Utica say tho highlands about the city are covered with while at Saranac the fall continued throughout the falls were reportedfrom Amster Rome and WELL SPELLBINDERS Frank Woods His Fnmous fry nt a Political Meeting anil Taken to The only original Well man or the Polo Grounds is Frank Woods ai of 237 Spring Woods strayed into a Republican rati fication Wf the audience to their feet as thJiigh they saw Christy Mathcwann sliding home with two in the ninth Policeman Haywood took him before Magistrate Fiammer in the Centre Street If you will not to say well any place outsldn the Polo Ill lee you said tile Mag Woods promised hi a COLUIv1BIACOOK IN RcMcuta m tlie Character who uns didnt get enough to eat the ship meeting at 156 Broadway he besnn and AGAIN BHERKB Fight for Control of Londo Tubes Resumed in the House of FLOORED BOTHA CABLES GREAT ORGANIZER WANTS BILL TAKEN UP AGAIN Members Shout lff Whc Ashton Says Parliament Should Give Him a fight betwee the Morgan and Terkes interests for eon trol of the London tubes was sumed in the House of Commons to when the Morgans tried to ge the House to rescind its committees de clElon that the project has no lega Thomas who moved tha the Morgan bill be accuse the London United Company of doing s dishonorable and doubted whethe so dirty a transaction had ever been attributed to parties coming before Par 1 He said the House should re sent this action by passing the Morga thus giving the Morgans a chance Ashtons proposition was greetei with cries of No Sir John DicksonPoynder said th now a truncated in not within th A wcrtt been ruined by of Hill in the Hills course in occupy ilig the centre of the stage has aroused many of the old antagonisms ol a year When exPresident Cleveland out in letters last week and urged Democratic victory in this State it thought by many that all of his old followers in New York would get into llpe behind1 Coler and But it mow is that such action has feeen taken by On tlio prominent Cleveland leaders in many parts of the State intend to thli oppoitumty to strike a hard blow nt In the hope of ending forever his Presidential fine politics also is being played by the Ten years have passed since all factions of the Democracy have stood by the party ticket In every campaign since 1SQ2 element of the party has found it convenient to knife the Democratic ticket and throw votes to the Republi can Especially is this pollt lealhistsry since and other counties the present is resarded as a flne onpbrtunity to even tip old scores with and to this feeling the Republicans are attributing some substantial pluralities in None of the party leaders will go into but there have within the last changes in the sit uation south of the Bronx which seem ttf be highly pleasing to the Odell ItS cannot be learned any of the NJew York or Kings County leaders are sianninK but it is known that the Republican managers are confi dent even if they should to the Bronx with a plural ity pVonjy for Depending as thej ate upon he dis affection among the Republicans up the State to keep the vote in that section the Dem odctic managers admit that the of the figrht will be determined by fClngs andErie Golar and lekder of Tammany Hall have within Continued on Third TO tinUd AIMMRNIIW 10 feMrta iod Flninelil VMrtottWintii 10 i 9 1 Saw FiihllcitloDi 2 h IsteDlR fi 7 6 IlunoB t I olitltal f 8 rrofiwilonal Situations 1urcliAM and 11 4 10 6 Kial 7 Heal KtMt for 1 Font today dilly ant 11 eloc 1 dirtctory o brttf the rounds of tlie newspaper offices lii nlffht asking this question in what would be considered Some of yon newspaper fellers have printed that meso conditions m the And that thefdad lit only half who clo you think Is responsible if the food Is only half cooked fche Exactly lie looking as if he was about to clear for action ex actly An I am the CVow say it to my My names RassmufiSr T Juet who it was that started that story Id knock him into the middle of next GAVE ROBBER ANGEL Woman Went Ont for Beer Then Telephoned to tlie Special to Tho I Jessie of 162 West Monroe was confronted in her rooms by a burg lar with a Take a my said I havent much but if yon want anything to cat or I have I am hungry and thirsty said the burglar as he put away his and took a Spears spread before him cold turkey and angel She kept up a fire of conversation of the pladyoncalled order until the man for got the object of his I will have to go out for some she She went to a drug telcphoned the police and returned wlti the Morgan scheme is riff nil and it province of Parliament to intervene In the dissensions of rival Jamey Lowther agieed that Mor giin promoters had been badly bu said their enemies were those of thel own Sir Lewis Chairman of til House of Commons Railroad Committee and also opposed the motion which was withdrawn after an hour Tim Morgans intend to later fo recommittal of the bill granting rigtit f or their and othe lines wlthoufrBgard to the Londo United Tramway wa to have been in connection wit tha Morgan tubes which jtf I CALLED THE RECTOR A Wllipple Bxeunr lor IllFeellnar for Special to The a wealthy member of Pauls admitted ITI court today that she had written a letter to the Mairlon her call ing him a backbiter and cowardly she protested she had not done anything which would warrant him in harboring Illfeeling toward her She appeared in court as complainant against Policeman Abner whom she charged with assault for keep itg her out at ohurdi last Tompkins acted under orders of the ves which cancelled her contract for a Judge Shore dismissed the charge against Gould Break Gronntl for Specclal to The NEWPORT lelen Gould broke ground today for new army building at rprt which sJie subscribed The men at the fort gave to Goulda miniature the han dle being made from a five oak tree out inside the andthe blade from a portion of one of historic old a Man to Lobby for Equal DBS for a man instead of a woman lobbyist to ress equalauffrage legislation In the owa Genera Assembly was made to Adelaide Prenl ent the DqualSuffrage now n convention here on tlie ec immendatlon was Io Cure Cold In one Oar ttromo Quinine TMtau All the mow U It to bouglit up by the isrkes When asked before the sitting of th House tonight about the prospect o getting thn Ivgul status of the old bil restored Clinton of the ftrm of Morgan said We have small hope of accomplish ing anything duilng the present session In my opinion public sentiment is with us In this because the action oT the opposition was a clear breach both to us and to Parliament and the owing to legal ind tech nical I doubt the poeslbility of reinstating our bil this Touching another subject whlch Mr is deeply the St Jamess Gazette says it has to believe that the British Parliamentary appointecl to Investigate the question of shipping subsidies will re port adversely on any greneral extension of such a scheme for state though under special circumstances it might nclviable to a liberal interpreta tion on services rendered to the gov instancinga possible of the mall socno Railway N on Hoard of Witll 30 tiie papers Thurs day morning express satisfaction with the result of last nights debate on the Morgan tuba matter and protest against American capitalists being per mitted to exploit the rich field of Lon don The Conservative papers are against and the Liberal papers In favor of the nwnlclpalizatlon of The debate In the House of Commons last Wednesday night was watched by representatives of the underground railway interests In Among members of Parliament thera were some exhibitions ot Impatience that the time of the House should be wasted over the disputes of rival capitalists Sir Lewis in opposing Ashtons used very strong lan He described the transaction of the London United Tramway Company as a scandal without precedent In com mittee He BadJ The game make the London railways the pawns on tho checker chess board of and Pai lUment must take care that there be no suspicion o its any side in the The next session of Par liament should start wiWi aclean and consider the matter When of a trade fall out the London County Council come by Its PRINCE OF PLESS To Represent Kuiier at New Cham ber of Commerce Prince has been delegated by Emperor William to representhim the of the new building of the York Chamber of Commerce Ho will sail Saturday from Southampton on the American line steamer Thte Prince CHenty the head of he house of is father of the Piince Hemy XV of Pless who mar ried the tamous English Marj now the slsterlnIaw ot the former Lady Randolph Churchill The Lake Shore etll tho great 24hour train to Chicago Icaion New York 6 30 P M arrives Chicago 4 30 next afternoon luxuroin all Fullmtn cart Makes Final Statement of the Boer Missions Position and its ITS ERRAND OF MERCY f v ELOQUENTLY SET FORlfe Our Words Have Been strued Our Very Aims Misstated and by the TortcWortW Special Cable Dwpatoh to The De and Jate steadfastly refused to speah or to write for publication sines they arrived in St as the chief the has now given in The World thifsjlnal state nienf of the missions position and policy To tJto Hflltor of World Swords may be readily beaten into twit It is root to turn them Iroto fime Nor ia vbhe racy lianffuage of soldiers arid farmers a suitable imwJium for diplo discussions ln My comvnadew and myself have felt this Iteemly frooi tWe w much raifcher irave striven in nunvble way than to write That is to we gladly cociperated with our new Gov ernment to away the traces of bibterniess left by the war and to lay tho foundation for the ot South Mfrmnderatona That was desire from the the drawing upof manifestos and Yflt the latter course taotead of the and our words havo been to our bean assigned the wrong motives arid have been andcowdemriedi V The British people have no reason to doubt if wet needed teati jttivthait Lord aatd ofcneVrep of the British army who we feffen gave our Sincethen we kept We called on our people to come in and lay down their How many saved to the Brit ish that surrender need less now to reckon Having Mie terms Lord Kitchener was authorized to offer us we never sought to have What sousht for was a modifi cation of the terms of but the immediate of which our people are in sore AVofnl Devolution of The farms and agriculture whichmade the countries all they were no longer The and the without which work can not be are The woful desolation which the war brought in its rain is intense and To hear such things Is not the same ns to see embodied jn suffering wasting children and strong men oworiess in the midst of ruins ashes to help PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SIGNING HIS THANKSGIVING For Tskt of the Proclamation See Page CAUSE A Uprising in Morocco Puts All Foreigners in Interior in Dire FORCED TO WATCH and Having come to plead a cause which ihould speak eloquently enough for It we sorelydisappointed by the At we have had every to consider that he have failed 11 our It Is assumed that we did not kindly to a That supposition As to the shape in which material heln should given we lelther the right nor the will to pick having seen no pros ject of receiving such we anpealsd n urgent need to al ithe nations of the That course has been sharply criti So far as we can see all our ap peal to foreigners implied was that our were In sore need of Instant relief that we were willing to undergo the trivial plead ne tor War Heal Pence Hun Memories help despite rawing needs and urgent appeal for ustlce or to live die hard and inflict damage out of IK to their seeming Import painful incidents of the however deep wounds may ave inflicted at the are ven those which follow eace ranklelongln the mind of a high pirited I am statinga not tterln arcovert threat The sum required to relieve the rimary needs of Africa would ot Irksome burden o this weal thy i though cer alnly It is wore than have yet seen ny disposition to The numoen f farms far than the people of England Imagine We our who country and iti are reduced to estimates laying no claim to absolute would require to be otKsAaMy verified by some la forcing itself more and more character is very Imperfectly understood the British who top often Continued on Third Page Twenty In tkPtlnu HtHy runi of the Sympathetic Burglar Sorry that There Was No Change Left for the West Virginia Woman Lawyer Enjoys Her Trip to Ohio Introducing of narrowgauge railroad and other modern to mention a corps ol English ul has earned for the Sultan of Morocco tno unlive enmity ol Iris sub jects Fanatics have torn up the survey lass marking vhe line of tho projected rail regarding them as emblems oft foreign The latest reports from tihe interior Indicate a serious hag already assumed the proiprtlons of a crusadaagainst foreigners and Is ex pected to culminate in a desperatc effort to overthrow Mulay Abdul Aziz and in stal as Sultan Ills Mulay Moha George one of the twelve Americans composing the Kansas mis sion at miles from the capital of in a letter just receivedhere Numerous interior tribes have broken The roads are infested with ban dits and travel Is na tive sentiment taking the of a gen eral antiforeign I may say I consider tho situation grave If the Sultan Is able to call theloral tribes tohls aid thoroughly punish the rebellious who were the Chief movers in the recent raids and he will make his position all the more hut If he does not suc ceed In doing so the trouble Is bound to thicken If I were inMorocco merely for my health I would make for the coast as soon as though at present we are as securely locked up in Mequlnez as rats An English it MB mur blankets from a sledges was mmdered at his mur tvom a an1 other t by order of the was seized and of the mosque where he Jiad sought In view of the In I nTeclced by Special to Th8 Nils Ed who tonstitutcH the entire po lice force of rubbed his ryes in nmazcment when four masked robbers awakoned him In the englne where he was dozing nt 3 oclock tills Hurry they when ho showed reluctance to accept tliolr invitation to waitch them rob t KxchHnge National One of the robbers the constaWe and swapped small talk while the others broke into the I suppose you are poor and mar iied said the answered the Too said the Ill tell you if enougiht to go round we may give you some of the Meantime the robbers had blown open the vault with wrecking the interior of the They came out ieRffe with They took and IMmondsons loquacious euaid said wmpathetlcallv consDable but It Just comes out even and there aint no change for Then to the took Edmondson 0 tno tied him to a chair the top step the and arranged a rope around his neck so that I fjie struggled to get free he would fall downstairs and hang himself Edmondson was mcoverpcl at dav break leleiased The robbers escaped on an eiuly train to Chicago Stolethe1ooU with Wlilch They Broke Into Ilnnlc broke four places wlay to get Into materials with which to rob the private sank of Charles at from a carriage and hardware TSciulppefl with this they broke the bank and hlww open the vault The building was much concern is manifeated for Commissioner ot the who left here today forTangier and to en listthe Sultans Interest and secure an mportant Moroccan exhibit at that VIveConsulGen cral at Is familiar with Mo rocco ana Is the friend of Influential may carry ihlm through to suc cess His Dock Strike at thousand dock laborers have completely tyng up shipping In this port Latent of Knapp would not say how much the burglars tout the amount Is reported tp ba about The bank is said to be Insured by a New York company agalnst Majorn Son Wedi on the Special la The youngestson of Mayor Ed Oiund of tliis today notified his parents that he had been wedded on April to Mlsa Estella Durine his six months of married life had seen his visit he arouse suspicion and incur liis fathers Black Scotch Spoolal to The Lelia the West Virginia woman lawyer who started a week ago from her home in Morgantown for Columbus on arrived here this morn She rode astride and was attired In a darkblue divided short jacket and trim little She used a high military saddle and rode a tall iron gray Frazer and James C practise law together under tile firm name of Frazer They received their diplomas from West Vir ginia I have ridden all of my and the roads through West Virginia and Ohio ave of the said Of course I was and I not In tho least stopping at hotels each The trip took me just a and it was delightful In I prefer crosssaddle riding to using the ordinary womans and that it Is much better for one testified to by the fact that I am not in the least Prazer Is of medium and good with a mass of brown hair colled about a very shapely She wears eyeglasses and has a decidedly Intellectual Stoe Is to be the guest of and Jones at the Chlttenden Hotel for a few She will return to Morgantown by her horse hav ing been sold to a man living here be fore Frazer left West Virginia BET ON GOVERNORS hief Executive of Rhode lalaud MuuiitH Ofnclal Scnlen to Speoln to Tho Charles Dean Klmball was today weighed on the hairsplitting scales at the Marble Palace for the purpose of de ciding fiftythree bets upon his The bettlne started In a barbershop few days ago and Involved 20 Then many customers of the shop took a hand In the a pool was event ually formed and a guessing bee was the The Governoi tald he would be offl daily weighed b the State Young Woman Stricken with Typhoid Fever Refuses to Accept Treatment from a WENT TO WASHINGTON TO ACT AS Girl Friend She Was to Accom pany to the Altar Pleads with Her in INDICTMENTS DUE TODAY IN THE QUIMBY Grand Jury May Charge Healer Lathrop and Childs Parents with Special to Tha Worjll beautiful young wioman is dying from typhojfl fever here and refuses aid from preferringto cling to her Christian Science She Is Miss Louise of About a week ago she came here to at tend her school Miss Ethel as She was taken ill soon after her Bogans father is a but she would not permit him to pre scribe for After a day or two she grew BOIII that her Was Hoge shares her daughters rallgioua belief and been consulting with others of herfaith and praying over her To night the Illness has reached a Bogan is endeavoring to force medi cal care on the but the laws the District do not allow him to inter The marriage of Miss Bogan occurred but on account of her friends illness it was quiet and the wedding breakfast mas The bridegroom John Elliott son of the late Judge Jolin Melville of Minne Immediately after the which took place In the Church the Ascension arud wa3 performed by Bishop and Shaw started for their Western The bride was overcome at leaving Miss Hoge In such a precarious and with her goodby pleaded that a dioottir Miss fioge is about twenty oree years old and was educated in this Her family is CANT TOUCH MARY BAKER and he balanced the scales at just 1W pounds 13 18 ounces Wiliam J I eiide She Cannot Be Indicted in the Quimby When the Grand Jury Westcheater lounty meets again tihls morning it will take up the charge olmanslaugtotw against John Quimby John Carroll the Scientists w3io allowed little Battler QutnVby to die without medical attend ance t It was said yesterday that tha wJll declare that the accused are guilty of a misdemeanor under section 298 or the Penal provides a pen alty for failure to perform the Imi posed by law of providing for a Coroner Baniilnjr held the accused under a charge of man He still Insists Quimby and Lathrop areguilty The request of the Coroner that the Grand Jury fadiet Mary MoKier of Christian i being considered by the but Jt Tobable that the Guand Jury will flnd no law by which they cam reach Mrs The opinion lawyers is that he responsibility for the death of UtUe Esther Quimby must rest tixae t Erectly conceraed and the author f book teaching the doctrine cannot ie extradlcted to answer to Che Sclentifttft lu Political It Is hlnted that the Christian Church of New York has been In trying to influence the of Westchestei County Coroner who bet on IPS won nlnffi Wlho was Coroner foi nine Us of the opinion that his tallure to e Influence He has been lu VU WashliKjwu Line Hitlv privileges Bortb trom 17 without ctanja 1 o Service commences Santa Barbara and San Most comtortablo train In tlip No extra Compartment andataiidard ob dining and library For par llculans 401 renominated as due to the Influence to the Christian   

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