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DON. FALLING OFF
Queens Only Borough to Show
lnerease in Comparison
with Figures of 1908.
FIRST DAY TOTALS SMALL
lot* in Manhattan and The
Bronx 18,000?Decrease of
13,000 in 17 Demo?
The reglstration ln the entire city
yeaterday. the flrst day of reglstration
tor this year's election, waa 199,*>97,
M compared with 228,800 for the flrst
*ay ln 1108, the last Presldentlal year,
tDd 177.875 tor the flrst day ln 1910,
tbe last governorshlp year.
Thls ahow* a de- reaae of 29,302 from
th* 1W?S flgures, and an lnerease of
w,722 over those of 1910.
The flgures by boroughs are:
Manhattan and The Bronx?106.134,
M compared wlth 124.862 in 1908 and
9&O68 in 19H>. a decrease of 18,72s
oter ll* - and an inereaae of 10.066
' Brooklyn?74,000, as compared wlth
84,37?i in 19U8 and 65.874 ln 1910. a de?
crease of _fc267 OTflr W**$ and an In
rrtaae of 8,13.' over 1010.
tjueens?18,296, as compared wllh
14,520 in 1008 and 11.9-1 in 1910, an
lnerease of 746 over 1008 and an In?
ereaae of 4.858 over 1910,
Richmond-4,l.V\ as compared wlth
6,141 in li**8 and 4.020 ln 1010, a de?
crease of 0o3 from 1008 and a decrease
<rf 188 from 1910.
Followlng are the detailed flgures by
Aaaembly districts for the flrst day, aB
compared wlth the flrst days of 1008
Manhattan *nd Th* Bronx.
Ap um imt i?i2.
j . MBB 1.8"o 1.881
o" . 2.30* 2,170 2.080
i" . 3.365 2,51*0 2.475
4". 1.4.19 1.75a 1.7BT
| . 3,47? 2.377 2.184
*'.1,347 2.032 aut
*'.'. 3.WW 2.0M 2.200
a . l.tsut- 2,019
? ". 2.864 1.868 2.18S
V) . 2.177 1.856 2,010
D. 8,568 2.247 2,548
if . 3,378 2.401 2.374
lt' . 3.100 l.ts_t? 2.275
U . S.1BB 2.311 2.14*1
?-' . 6.08? 3.870 8,966
]* . 2.926 2.070 _104
n . 4,6*4 3.110 8.608
?. 2942 2.CW7 2.485
]B. 4.S3B 3.825 4.770
ls . 3.105 __HI MflB
?1 . 4,_5_ 3.M*", 3.920
3.;.... 8.142 2.371 ttM
B. . 0.921 6,4*0 7.526
14.;. 2.234 1.570 1.742
-fi . 4,371* 2.757 2 637
w. 2.004 2.350 2.073
tt.. 3.910 2.280 2.4(C
M . 2.201 1.487 1.882
5" . 4.25S 2.1>R.1 8.4M.
?..... 5.15S 3.042 8.757
II. 3.96o 3.247 MjB
lt . 0.371 6.110 0363
5:::..:::..:...:. a.911 2.940 asg
I* ... 6.0V2 4.372 6.922
5: :;.;.i.bu 3.?w *mb
Tot.ta .124.MJ2 90.068 lOO.lil
AP. I** ?_*? i**'.2r
i .. 8.P7o 2.842 *U<5
,::;:::::.::.2.?-.4 i.t** lhb
1 . 2850 2.032 2.134
J. . 3.:*t>", 2.517 2.408
I "" ....... 4.318 3,304 3..40
? 3.0.1 2 552 2.731
?. a.03*, 2.121 2.179
t.*_.*:.......... 2."*" 2w? MJf
4.028 3. #10 4*_4
io .4.220 i ?-- ajg
11. . 8.900 8.040 -,?T
81918 4 10S
S.___ LBBa *!_
". ?651 _?8 2.142
18. .9_* 2.1*9 2483
17 4 5JVJ 3.271 n.ShS
?. 2.541 2.013 2.2--0
Toial..84.370 *fcUM '??00!>
?(Jo* *lrctl<*n dtstrlrt ml*ain?.
AD UM 1"'? __i
1 31M IB* **?*_:
4. 4.241 *? '
Tot-I. .14 V_> U.918 16.286
Af. I*** H?l_i "._.
* -, Ml 4.020 4.188
^s?u..._*ia ~~ sjB
?_? :::S__B SS. 'Jg
_SS__-<i..::: _*?-?*' _? _41M
Total. .288.88^ 177.B7B bBhMt
A GREEK WAB^TBIOK
DBBtroyeri Roport-d Bailing for Phil?
adelphia Arrive at Algiert*.
Alttler*. Oct. ll.-One of the four Oreek
torpedo boat d*f*_oyer* whlch ?"e re?
cently purchaaedln K*-*1*"^ a"? ??
Wart *upr>o?e_ to have salled for r*hlla
Belphla. arrived ber* to-day. The three
othtr* -ill arrive to-nlght. ^_^___
e-.Be Your Own
Send postal to Department
T* for particulara regarding
Special Confidential Offer of
AND ?**? *OTF.
| Ul ? 3- Ave., 59fli hl 6OH1 tt* |
16Z V>-_5T FIIT . _*t3HTH JTREET
To troblet at $5,000
One 12-room suite
having four exposurea.
RcguUr rental $1,000.
fflHMN -_. k?**-W ths hasr.
|*t-*T*nt* ts_r Ulllnr.
Continued from flrnt oege.
thlng? whlch would result from a
breakdown of the outward aecord
whlch they presum?d exlsted among
the powers. That crucial fact ls as
Plaln aa a plkestaff.
Count Berchtold emphaslzes Auatrla'a
national Interest* in the Near East and
hls resolve to protoct them at all
costa. and surh announcement at thls
particular moment ls a dlplorr.att-'
bugle note of warnlng to all whom lt
The sltuatlon has been gravely com
pllcated. moreover, by the announce?
ment that a serious hltch la reported ln
the peace negotlatlons between Italy
and Turkey. The flrst Italian squad
ron, commanded by Admiral Vlale, at
present in Italian waters, has recelved
ordera to hold Itself ln readlness to
leave for the -T.gean. The view taken
In certaln Italian clrcles that the con
cluslon of peace at the present eon
Juncture of affairs would be aome sort
of blow dealt at the Ralkan Chrhtians
has had no lnfluence ln brlnglng ahout
the pret-ent negattve result. The Turks
demanded a vlceroy ln Trlpoll. where
as Italy would only agree to accept a
It is reported from Vienna that sev
er.ty Servian villages of the sanjak of
Novipazar have risen against tne
TurkR, who took awlft repriaals to 84ip
preas the rlalng by the public death of
all who took part ln it. The prlests,
who were regnrded as the rlngleaders
ln the rlaln-ar, were soutrht out and,
wherever found. killed.
On the Stock Exchange yesterday
there was somethlng llke demorallza
tlon. At the commencement of busl?
nesa there was a general expectatlon
that Paris and Berlln would agaln be
heavy sellers and that prices would be
marked down all around. The prepara
tion for the avalanche from Continental
centres caused a decline ln market
valuatlons ln London, which was taken
as evldence of Increased weakness
here. Foreign operators n*8hed to re?
allze, and by midday dlsorganlxatlon
relgncd supreme, the home market and
the leading foreign ones aetlng and re
acting upon each other wlth startling
effect. Toward the flnlsh of the seB
sion there was a partial rally, due to
some extent to coverlng transactlons
on the part of bears.
The Paris Bourse experlenced another
big Blump. The outbreak of hostilltiea,
the dread of graver complleatlons and
a market stlll overcharged wlth nu
merous commitments and positlons ln
varlous stocks caused a further heavy
fall. All klnds of -securitles were
offered wholesale wlthout temptlng any
buyers, and Freneh rentes broke 80
centimes for the one sesslon. Thia
completely unhlnged the market and
prlcea went down wlth a run.
There was a veritable panic on the
Berlln Boerse, the newn of the Monte?
negrin vlctories and the uncertalnty
of Russla's diplom.'itlc attltude toward
the crlslfi produdng a state oi affairs
on the Boerse whlch quickly developed
into what may almost be descrlbed as
a catastrophe. Here alao before busi?
ness ended a slight Improvement man
ifested itself. but, according to the
financial newspapers, yesterday was
thf darkest day the Berlln Boerse has
exferienced for deendes. German Im?
perial and State loans malntalned their
positions relatively well, and the
**Voh.*-ische Zeitung" declares that the
methods pursued by Berlln flnanclers
during the last few months probably
contrlbuted to the d*baele to quite as
great a dejeree as the international
London, Oct. 11? The news recelved
to-day was to the effect that the
Montenegrin army had followed tip Its
success by capturlng the fort guaxdlng
Tushl, thus openlng the road for an ad?
vance on the much coveted city of
Unless Turkish relnforcements have
reached Scutarl lt is coneidered prob
able that that city will scjon fall into
the hands of the Montenegrlns. Whlle
the way there has been opened, how?
ever, lt ls polnted out that the clty
may not be reached wlthout serious
flghting, as the Albanlan tribesmen ln
the* vlcinlty have been aroused by
Ti4rkl?h emlssarles and are expected to
joln the Ottoman troops.
News from other parts of the Monte?
negrin frontler ls more conflictlng. the
town of Berana being reported at one
moment in the hands of the Turks and
at another in those of the Monte?
negrlns. In thia distrlct Montenegro Ib
helped by Servian lnsurgents, who are
always at war against Turkey.
The Porte hitherto has been taklng
Montenegrin threats rather llghtly.
The Turkish military authorltles were
not prepared on that frontler as on the
borders of Bulgaria and Servia. If, as
Ib generally belleved, Montenegro pre
clpltated her declaratlon of war ae a
part of the strategy of the Balkan al?
lles, the unpreparedness of Turkey ln
that reglon must have lnfluenced her
The continued delay ln declarlng war
by Bulgaria, Servia and Greece revlves
hopes ln diplomatlc quarters here to
night that a general war ln the Bal?
kans may yet be averted. It is sald
that a much more hopeful view of the
Bituatlon prevalls ln the Brltlsh For?
eign Offlce to-nlght. No tanglble rea?
son can be assigned for thls optimlsm,
but lt seei?s to be based on the idea
that the warnings of the powers may
have caused the Balkan States to
The Bulgarlan government to-day
denled Turkish reports of flghts on the
RUSSIA MOBILIZES FLEET.
St Peteraburg. Oct. ll.-Kuaala la pre
parlng to moblllse her Black Sea fleet ln
order to aupport representatlons made by
Turkey to Rvjsata regardlng the restric
tlon of trafflc ln grain. ._v,..
Tha Ruaslan Mlnlater of Marlne naa
poBtponed hla propoaed vlalt to l'aria 4n
Tl?w of poaalble eomplicatlona ln tbe
o ' *
ELEMENTS OPPOSE BULGARIA.
Sofla. Ort. 11.?A torrentlal ralnstorm
whlch pravailad throughout last nlgbt and
PORTE ANXIOUS TO GIVE
SPEEDY REPLY TO NOTE
Turkish Foreign Minister Bears Testimony to
"Laudable and Disinterested Efforts
of the Powers to Solve Difficulty.
fBv f'nhle to Th? Trlbune!
London, Oct. 12.?To-day is the fate
ful day for Europe. The Turkish For
eiRn Mlnister. in an lntervlew at Con?
stantinople last nlght, made thla grave
"We have not yet had time mlnutelv
to rxa4nlne the Jolnt note from the
powers This ls no-J, due on our part to
any want of appreclatlon of the eom
mendable efforts which the powers are
maklng to prevent an armed confllct
ln the Balkans, or any desire on our
part to maintain the present sevcre
"The Cablnet sat on Thursday all day
long, from aii early hour, and the note
of the powers reached us shortly b?
fore mldnight. I am not saylng thls
by way of reproof, for whatever m.ty
be the outcome of the present sltua?
tlon Turkey will nlways gratefully u
member the laudable and dlslntereated
efforts whlch the powers are now mak?
lng to flnd a happy and bloodless solu
tion of the difflculty.
"The mlnlsters, however, had reached
the Hmtt of physlcal endurance ?n
Thumlay. Frlday was the Moslem
Sabbnth, but 0B Saturday the commu
nlcatlon from the powers will recelve
the very earn8st and careful coiisldera
tlon ot the Cablnet. 1 cannot attempt
to-day haa made tbe roade almost lm
passable wlth mud TUIs condltlon i?
entalllng Kreat sufferlng -monK the Bul?
garlan soldlers. also ImP'-dtng tha work
of transport and con< entratlon of tne
PORTE TRIES TO DETACH
GREECE FROM ALLIES
Constantinople Newspapers So
Report, but Also Admit At?
tempt Haa Proved Futile.
Constantinople. Oct. ll.-The Torle
ls not expected to reply to the note
of the powers *r.,ncerning the trouble
ln the Balkans befon* Sunday. lt ls
belleved thla reply wU| acqules.!0 ln
the Ylewa ot the powers and accept
their offer to submlt B programme of
proposed reforms In Macedonia. lt ls
presumed. however. that the PortB ts
not unwllling to galn time by prolnng
Ing the diacusslon. knowlng that .ach
day gained means so much added to
The local newspapers ln thelr ******
tO-day hlnt that attempts have been
made bv Ttirkey to separate Greece
from the Balkan League by c.ffert.ig
Greece special advantases. but that tbe
Hellenlc government haa turned a dOBf
ear to the proposalw.
Turkish offlcials say that the day
Ot trial has shown that the monev
and the effort devoted to the r-organ
toetmt Bt the army have WKJM
wasted. All the military depots are fuII
? stores. nnd the army *W^mmt^
cmplete and of ?ood ?n0Mt| * Jhe
Ottoman army will. ln a tom *FJ|
conalst ofa force of400/KB>,nen. rea-h
for immedlate 8-tOCthra ?'""n.
lf the Bulgariana are COWrttafOB
the superiority of thelr ?J**"^
their army ean be m .4-4.1
them a materlal advantage, the> wlU
^,ord.ng t.. Turkish O*** ***"
a clisagreeable surprl
The Ottoman autnonuea
?lKt have been gradually .trength-?
K their defen.es and oncentrating
ing Adrlanople and KirK mt*
south of the Bulgarlan frontier.
the Price of Peace.
[By C?bl? 4o Th-* Tl?BM 1
.. -?, net 11.?Servln's
St Petersburg, tin. ? ?*
w verlng attltude during the to* UM
days may be explalned by the follo-*
\Tmm\wBM PBhmmi by the news
paper "Rech" from ita Hpe-ial COf
respondent In BelKrnde:
?Turkish delegatea have BrrtT*. *
Belgrade wlth a proposal from th.
Turkish government to concede tottw
vla the sanjak of Novl,?a,ar. P?r Ing
wlth the terrltory in order to detach
Servia from the Balkan alllance.
Hungary Votea Big Supplement
ary Army Estimates.
Vienna. Oet 11- That Austrla-Hun
,arv ls maklng mllltary preparations
ln expectatlon that the Balkan con
flagratim may Involve the larger pow?
ers was indleated to-day bv the reply
of the Mlnister of Flnance ln the Hun?
garian Delegntlon to a critlcism by a
Soclallst that the extraordinary mlll?
tary credlts reauested by the govern?
ment lmplled warllke dealgns. Whlle
protestlng that the government's policy
was a most paclflc one. the Minister
of Flnance sald:
\v_ mre ot the oplnion that International
_elibe?ations rcKardlnU the conaeQUenens
of _ war ln the Balkana may enaue: and
?i .f_Zt enam we probably would make
our volce heard more successfully If w
were well armed.
The Bupplementary army eatlmatea
were then adopted. Csually these ea
tlmates are Bt4ibl>ornly opposed by the
The total amount ls $25,000,000. of
whlch $8,320,000 ls to be spei.t thls
year on the eastorn frontler defences-.
A PRINCE88 TO THE FRONT.
Athen*. Oct. 11 -Prlncess Allre. wife of
Prlnee Andrew of Oreece. haa decided
to leave here at once for the frontler
with a number of nurses.
All the Indlcatlons here polnt to war.
Your duty! To register at the flrst
possible opportunity. lf you faiUd to
do it yesterday, do it to-day. Do it on
your way to work. You will not hava
another chance until naxt Friday or
Saturday. 8omething may prevant you
then. Do it now!
any forecast of the result of the dellb
eration, but I can say that our reply
will bo forwarded a* speedily as po?
"Saturday may be a fateful day for
Europe. Turkey haa done nothing to
provoke a Balkan or any other war.
We have wellnlgh exhausted every
effort compatlble with our natlonal
honor and dlgnity to preserve peace,
but there is a llmlt to our endurance
Ifl this respect.
"If a quarrcl be forced upon us and
wnr ensues, Turkey will not draw back
from the confllct. She will defend her?
self wlth euergy and wlth all her mlght.
If we are reluctant to draw the sword
that fnct must not be lnterrreted as a
plgn of weakness. but rather as a sign
of exemplary patlence and forbearance.
"We wish to avoid bloodshed if po*?i
bla. lf thi* ba impoeaible, th*n ch**r
fully, in the n*m* of th* Ottoman peo
ple, we wirl go forth to battle for the
defence of our threat*ned f?th*rl*nd,
and m*y God judg* between u* and
those who forc* u* into th* eour**
which leads to th* *h*dding of human
ThflBC Impresslve coiicludlng worJa
tbe minister uttered ln a volce broken
DEPARTING GREEKS ANGRY
Trouble on Pier Holds Ship
Back Over an Hour.
Th.-r.. wa* troubU- yesterday on the
Cxtnari Otat as ttM BlBfl?Mf Ivernla waa
tbO-l to depart f"r th.- Levant. The ves
*,-l. whlch was schedub-d to leave pott at
noon. waa dctalned until 1**- p. *_. bt?*
cause the axxembh-d Oreek warrlors from
('hl.-aKo. Phlladelphla and this clty got
exdt.-d ..v-r -S-Ck fl sirtall thlng as iinln
vUIiik -te.rage quartera.
ThtTO w.-re nu-n from Ckk-ffl whose
K,.i,t BfltlBfltOl- had foregathered Wlth
L-raaadar. Philadelphia aent on young
MoodB whose forel.,-ars had hurled speara
at Thcrmop>l?\ and all these, Ifl unlform.
?lagttMl wlth thelr brethren from N.w
York. mardo-d under great ten.lon
I aboard the Ivernla. Wlth BO -me tfl lead
i them to the quarters to whlch thev h.
looajod, the .1 _ tbOtttai the marrled quar
t-rs of the ateera.e. whlch at that mn
| ment happened to be fllled to < apadty
It w.ih a tluie when dlff. len.e ln tflBsf. MB
dld not disgular seiitunents. The lntru
?lon of the Greek* Into the wrong OOflB*
partmentB put them in wrong w'*tn **?
ltallan*. and the tlghtlng ?*?? "' -B-8C8
w.-r>- k*7*d up IO tt*** br-aklng polnt when
gpaaa ltallan* cnlh-d them "dog..''
I "Vou are all plgs!" roared other Ital
I 'You wlll be eaten nllve when you fac*
, the Turks!"
i It waa all In ltallan. but the Oreeka un
' dei-Ht.i.id. and rlght-about-face, march. d
the warrlora to the pt***. They had rltte"
and revolver*, a* well flt unlforms, hut
ammunition wa* not at hand Kor a whlle
it B*eane** a* lf th<- lv.-rnla would havt- to
I sall without a BB-gM Oreek, Imt John
PflflMM, of . "(in. \ Island. w?-nt to the res
i < ii. fly aaaethog fur Cofiatantl*** Pflpa*
I nil<halo|ioul<is, general manager of the
? P>n llallafllc im.ui oi __**stiea
[ He wiih the patty man who could appeal
I tfl them, so li.- Bpokfl from a rontrum of
| cargo. .Soiik- were attcntlve for a mo
j ment and th.-n mar. h.-.l away. Others he
i held h\ h strong appeal to th.-lr patrlot
i ni Batety any Oroah who was going
; home to llght must not complaln of un
! atti.ntlv,- i|iiarter?, nor must be care lf
. he ls ho.iN.-d for a tlme wlth ltallan*. The
betfoea of tka Pfllopofl?MM? orart flavor
qulbhled ****** trlrk-.-, and why ahould their
offsprlng now do lt ?
By degree* he won the men back Her?
man Winter, of th.- Cflfl_**?* I.lne, poured
oil upon UM tfflflMfli -atera, and BflflflTt*
ed the majorlty of the Oreek patrlots to
the quarters that had been a*signed to
them, und harmony again prevalled. A
f.w obstlnate soldler men were later
puhlied aboard, the gangplank waa hauled
aahore, and every Greek ln the party had
left the country.
Mlas Vlolet Bergher, of Berwick. Penn.,
and Mrs c. A. Palloa, wlfe of the com?
mander of the Phlladelphla rolunteers,
were suloon paaaengera on the Ivernla.
Both women wlll offer thelr aervlcea to
the Ked I ross on their arrlval at the
I'lrii-iiM, and wlll act an fleld nurses. Mlaa
BarBbav i*. tnajeanA to one of the voiun
l( ll V.
FIGHT NEW EXPRESS RATES
Oorapanies Would Lose $33.
000,000, Counsel Says.
Washington. "ct 11? After llstenlng for
three da>* to p dl.cuaalon of Its proposed
sweeplng roduettOM ln express rates, the
Interstate Cfl*__MTflB Commission late to
day took tbt siihje.t under advlsement.
announclng lhat Its vlews as to reque*ta
submltted hv lnterested partlea would be
preaent*** ln ? *_*"___ PMAtttmtt in the
The most Important questlon to be de?
cided imm.-.llately Im whetlier or not the
railroad* ahall bo allowed to come ln the
OflflB a.*. Intervenor*.
Walker l? llll*-**. counsel for the ex
pr.?H rompanles. to-day conrluded hls
argument against the propos.-.i rates. The
tllll_fll_BtO_*B s.bedule. he declared. would
r-sult ln a dedclt flf *i* cent* on every
dollars buslness done by the companlea.
and would cause a total reduction ln
revenue of pmM%BU
The companle. ar.- antlclpating serlous
loaa on small |WKl*ro_aa for ahort dlatancea
as a reault of th* parcel* poat. accordliiK
to Mr. Htnes. He Inslsted that the com
inlsslon's plan of making rates by block*
and xones wa? irnpia. ticahle, and that
no "apparent or paper" equallzatlon of
rate* through increa*es on large pack
agea would produce the revenue needed.
Only about I per cent of the expresa bual
nesa, he added. ls ln handllng packagea
wetghlng tlfty pounda or more.
ROGER8 NOW LIEUT. COLONEL.
rolonel N. B. Thuraton, comm*ndlng
the lst Beglment of r*leld Artillery. New
York Natlonal Guard. has appolnted Cap
ii n HenrV H. Rogern of Hattery B lleu
;! a, colon*! of The reg. -.ent to Mll ar.
origlnal vacancy. The new lieutenant
colonel flrat Joined \he guard\tt Atatmhi
lieutenant of i'ompany A, 12th Infantry,
n March. 1804, and reached the ?rade of
r.ntain ln Itft. He waa made oaptaln
and adlutanrof the id Battallon of Fleld
Artiirery October 9. J8II. and when the
command waa increa*ed to a regiment to
te known a* the lat. he waa appolnted
captain of Battery B.
Knights of Columbus Celebrate
Glynn Also Speaks to Audience
That Crowds Oarnegie Hall
to the Doors.
Four hundred and twenty yeara ago to?
day Chrlstopher Columbue dlacovered
America and last nlght the Knights of
Columbus, the New York chapter. held
thelr flrat obaervance of the event. Con
greaaman Wllllam Sulzer, Democratic
candidate for Governor, waa the thlrd
speaker before the great audience that
crowded Into Carnegle Hall. The mueic
was furnished hy the band of the Mlsslon
of the Immaculate Virgln.
Frederlck W. Smith, chlef clerk of the
Court of Special Beaslons, aa chairman.
Introduced Mr. Sulzer, who sald in part:
My frlenda, lt la a great pleaai4re for
me to be wlth you to-nlght and to say
a few words about the great diacoverer,
As you doubtless know, I am the
author of the measure ln Congress to
make 4'olumbus Day a legal hollday.
This blll of mlne to make the twelfth
day of October a legal hollday, and to
be known aa Columbus Day, was Intro?
duced by me In raapooM to what I be?
lieve to be a general .sentiment prevall
Ing throughout the country, lt Is the
law lri New Vork, an.l will ba the law
ere long ln the natlon.
In my Judgment the greatest event in
a thouaand years, in tlu history of clvl
llzatlon, and for ihe benellt of humuii
ity, was the aAlm overy of America by
Chrlstopher Oolumbua on the twelfth
dav Of October, 140:. lt wrote a great
Thosi' who kn.iw m. know I have no
ra.*4- or reltgious prejudiue. I am llberal
ln all my vlcws. My sympathles ara
world-wide and I know lhal good works
constltute the most endurlng monument.
I believe ln my fellow men, In tha gOOd
of soclety generally, an.l I know that
tlu* wnrlil Ih growlng better. 1 be'.ieve
ln the old Integrltlea and ln the new hu
manltiea. 1 atand for the progressive
thought of the Une, for tha forward
movemenl .>f the aK>*. and arlth you I am
looklng to tha (lawning of thi better day
and the gOOd we CBB do.
ln the future, B8 in tlu* poat, I am with
vou In the good work you are dolng tO
MOB allve the BMBMllaa of CotumbUB, and
to benetit your f.-iiow man by extendlna
to hlm a helplng hand ln tha apward
proareaa and the onward march of clvil
Martln tf. Olynn, Democratic candidate
for Lieutenant QoTarnor, bBM in part!
At 2 o'clock ln the morning Columbus
fell on hla knoea chantlng tba 'Ta Deum."
That "Te Deum'' luaugurated a new chap?
ter ln the annala >,f tilatory. That "Te
Deum" foretold a new guv. i nuient, where
the volce of th?* people la the volce of
Ood; foretold the land arbera kings would
pass BWay, when B-BBBOOd would wear
the erOWB and would wleld th.' sceptre;
foretold a lan.i where the oppreoaad et
the world could llnd ea?e nnd p-acc and
prosperity under a flug of opportunlty.
That "Te Deum' was the volo* ln the
wllderneas preparlng the way for hu
inanlty marked along the l.lgh road of
Monalgnor I.avelle spoke brlefly of
the great progreaa of the Knights of
Columbus. Then a letter of regret on
behalf of Prealdent Tuft was read, aa
Mv Hear Slr
Tbe Prealdent aski* me to acknowledge
the receipt of your letter of September
IB. and to thank you warmly for the
klnd Invltation to attend tha celebratlon
<>f Coluntbua Day in New York oa OctO*
ber 11 and 12. an.l to sav that he greatly
regrets he wlil not be able to BCC4 pt
Assuring you that your courtcsy la ap
I am, verv trulv youra,
A lette- wns alOO ric.-lved from Chlef
Jtistlc White thunkkig the coruinltte.* for
theh invltiition.'but "ssurlng tttO-fl ba B*B8
unable to att.-n.l. *
ARGUE KUNITZER'S APPEAL
Medical Society to Do Nothing
Pending a Decision.
I>r. Hotert Kunitzer'a appeal from the
order of Justice Gerard denying hl.- ap?
plication tO restrnln the I'ounty IfadlCal
Soclety from voting BBOU OB the r> Mla?
tlon to exp.-l tba do.tor from m> riih.-r
ahip ln the soclety waa heard l.y the
lustlces of th<* AppellatB Division yester?
Dr. Kunttzer wa.*< cxpeller] fiom the
County Me.il.al Soclety on December 27.
MB on cbargea of faudfylng reeorda in
Sydenham Hospital to bofst.-r statements
niade bv Dr l.nils Anton Kwal.l that be
had performed a law nuriib.-r of op.-ra
tlona for CBBCer wlth a low resultant
mortallty He was e-cpelled on a vote of
3S_ to 38 He appealed to the 8tnt<* ftfed
Ical Soclety on several polnta, but maitily
on the ground that he had not beea ex?
pelled hy a thte?-fourths vote of all mem?
bera preaent, whlch was the ntle of tha
sodety. Pr. Kunltzer contended that
alx hundred peraona were present, and
consequently leas than three-fourths of
those present voted for hls ejpulslon.
The State Medical Soclety ordered the
county soclety to vote anew on the propo
sltlon. but the president of the County
Me<llcal Soclety waa served wlth an order
restralnlng the soclety from voting, whlch
order was vacated after tlie Count) M.*d
Ical Soclety had adjourned for the sum?
4>flVcrs of the 4'ounty Medical Soclety
It takes two to agree (f JJ
on what is value~- L
f/ie buyet and q
f/ie selfer. 0
sales were 18 million
last year. That's how
big the value is?the
biggest value you
sald last nlght that there was nothing ln
the case heard yesterday to prevent the
soclety from going ahead and carrylng
out the order of the state soclety and
taklng a recount on the reaolutlon to ex
pel Dv. Kunltzer. but out of courtesy to
the Appellate Iiivlslon no action would b
taken until a declslon Is handed down.
Tc Run Trains in N. W. Mexico
After Tuesday Means Death.
Bl Paso, Tex., Oct. 11.?Mexlcan rebels
have glven warning that all American
railroad men captured whlle operatlng
trnlr.s Ofl tiie M.-xican Northwestern lines
after October II wlll be shot, accordlng
to ttstlmony glven to-day b.-fore the Sen?
ate sub-commlttee Investlgating condl?
tlons along the southern border. Wlt
paawm sald the rebels had warned offlcials
of the Mexlcan Northwestern Railroad
not to attempt the reconstructlon of the
Mexleo CKj", Oct. 11.-Six American rail?
road conductors who* were captured at
Sain Alto. Irr Northern Zucatecas. when
about to be ?hot recently were rescued
by the rebel chief. Antonlo Munoz.
The captors declared thelr bellef that
an American army had invaded Mexico
and proposed to wreak vengeance on the
prisoners. As Munos knew dlfferently, he
caused the executlon to be stopped.
One of the conductors Is named McNabb.
He la alxty yeara old and acted aa en?
gineer ln charge. Another of them ls
named J. O'Connor.
DENIES HARVESTER OIFTS
McGormick Says Company Has
Helped No Candidate for President.
Chlcago, Oct. U.?Cyrus H. McOormlck,
prealdent of the lnternational Harvester
('ompany. ln response to testimony yes?
terday hy Charles D. Hllles before the
Senate campaign fund investlg&ting com?
mittee that he assumed responsibility for
a statement that Colonel Roosevelfs pri?
mary campaign had "cost the Harveater
Trust millions of dollara," Issued to-day
a statement denylng that the Harvester
company had contrlbuted anything to the
Roosevflt fund. In his statement he aald:
The lnternational Harveater Company
ha* not contrlbuted nor promlsed to con
trtbute. dlrectly or tndlrectly. any *um
whatever to the cauae of any Prealden
tlal candldate, either before or after hla
nomlnation. nor haa lt attempted to ln?
fluence tlie polltlcal action of any mem?
ber of Its organiiation.
FEEBLE WOMAN DIES BY GAS
Bill of Suicide About 75 Yeara Old
Was Three Woekfl in ArrearB.
Mrs. H. Oilchrlst, about saventy-flve
years old, who appears to have once en
Joyed the frtendshlp of persons Mdfllly
promtnen^. i ommltted sulclde at the
Orand Cnlon Hotel, Park avenue and 43d
street, yesterday mornlng by Inhaling 11
lumlnating gas. She was without money
and her room rent at the hotel waa thr*e
weeka In arrears. She reglstered at the
hotel about three months ago, not stat
lng from what clty she arrived. She was
slightly lame, qulte feeble and had llttle
to say to any one.
One of the letters found in her room
was dated June 10, 1SS2, and signed "Mra.
Fortesrjue, Xo. 341 West 29th street," ask?
ing the pleasure of Mrs. OUehriefs com?
pany at ber home to meet Oscar tVilde
Another, dated July 11. 18S3, and signed
"J. R. Andrews," Invlted Mrs. Oilchrlst
to accompany hlm on his yacht to th*
Ray of Naples, where a regatta was t*
be held. Another letter begged Mrs Oil?
chrlst not to worry about paylng a bor
rowed dollar to "Relle Staira, No. "?> West
25th street." Two nearly empty trunks
and a small handbag were taken to the
Kast 35th street statlon house. There was
also a pawn 'Icket for a diamond rlng.
on whlch $2 had heen lent.
WILL PLACE ON SALE THIS DAY (SATURDAY)
SEVERAL THOUSAND YARDS OF
FINE BLACK DRESS SILKS
INCLUDING CHARMEUSE, CREPE DE CHINE.
SOFT SATIN, SATIN RfcENCE. FAILLE. MOIRE
AND POPLIN. AT . PER YARD $2.85
REGULAR PRICES $4.00 TO $5.50
ARRANGED IN DRESS LENGTHS.
.fifth Atirnixf- 34f!j mtfc 350) &tntt&, Sfrrc flnrli.
See Chickens Hatched by Electridty at the
Electrical Exposition and
Automoblle Show *&?*%
Blowiag Up ?
U. S. Soldiera end
Sailora at Work
New Grand Central Palace
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The New York Edison Company
30 Years At IW Service