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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
Artillor.vmcn nntl .Military So
ciety of the Win- of 1812
Have Annual Service.
A MSTIXGUISilKA ESCOJRT
Clinplain Humphreys Predicts
Revolution to Achieve In
Sixty members of tho Veteran Corpi
of Artillery of the Slute of New York
and Hie .Mlllttiry Society of the War
of In full ilics.1 uniform went down
lo Governors Island yesterday to hold
tliclr annual commemorative, service In
tho Chapel of St. Cornelius the Cen
turion. Tlicie w.ia a review before the
services on the parade, ground, 'rhs
members of the corps were escorted by
battalion from the Twenty-ninth In
fantry and their hand and there was a
representation from the. Seventh rteRl
ment, Squadron A, the Governor's Foot
Cuaril of Hartford, the Ancient anJ
Honorable Artillery Company of Mas
mcluirctt.", the Governor's l-'oot Uiurcl
of New Haen and other military
The corps In their red capes, pom
pened hats nnd white trousers, with
sabres held stlfily at their shoulders and
the band Marine away In front,
marched down to the Governors Island
firry at 3:30 I. M. As they came Into
Rattery place. Timothy, n member of
the Veteran' Corps of licit. I.ln,e Hor-o
Car Horses of lt57, sot one sllmpsc .if
tho first of the approaching uniforms
nnd with his coIIc.ikuc', Asplnwall.
started on a dead run for the sea wall.
Ho was captured as the boat with tin
Burets and the members of the corps
left the dock.
In the chapel on Govrrnors Island
there was the salute to the colors mul
n commemoration prayer, after which
the colors were deposited at the altar,
and then came tho sermon by the Itev.
1'ranl; Landon Humphreys, chaplain of
the Veteran Corp;, central chaplain of
the Society of Cincinnati and chaplain
of the New York Commandery of the
Naval Order of the t'nlted States. Ho
took as his tc.Nt "A sreat multitude
which no man could number, of all
nations and kindred and peoples ami
tongues, stood before the throne."
He said that a revolution wis
coming which would be for Industrial
liberty, for freedom of opportunity, for
freedom of evsj'ry man to have nnd en
joy exactly what he produced and
earned. He eald that tho character of
the American people was prepared for
this and that It would bo moral couras
that would always save the country.
He paid a tribute to the late Gen. Fred
erick D. Grant, under whose auspices
the services were held last year.
Ofllclatlns at the services with Dr.
Humphreys were the Itev. 'William T.
Manning of Trinity, tho Itev. Kdmund
Rinks Smith, chaplain of Governor's
Island, and the rtcv. Hruco V. Iteddlsh
of Trinity, nil of whom, except Dr.
Manning, nre members of the corps.
After the rcrvlces the corps and so
ciety rave an Informat dinner at
Fraunces's Tavern to the staff of tho
Eastern division. Col. John II. Mallory,
commanding the Twenty-ninth Infan
try and the garrison ofllcers of Tort
Jay, Governor's Island and their wives.
Col. Aca Hlrd Gardiner presided at this
On the committee for the commem
oration were Capt. 17. 8. Grant of the
Third F.nglneers Corps. U. R. A.: Hear
Admiral John White Moore, retired;
Capt. Herbert I.Ivlnarston Satterlee.
Hrlg.-Gen. Vcrbeck, Col. William
Graves Hates, Col. Walter Bryant
Hotchkles. Vice-Commandant John
Hcne of the Veteran Corps and Major
Charles Elliot, adjutant of the corps.
KILL 15 DEER IN JERSEY WOODS.
Jlnntera Nacrrisfnl In Atlantic Co,
on First Day of Season.
Mats Landing. N. J., Nov. 3. The
hunters in quest of deer in the Atlantic
county woods have, been successful the
first two days of tiio opon teason, which
closes next Tuesday.
Fifteen deer have been reported killed.
The hunters say there seema to be more
does this season than .ast. To-day every
ncomiug train brought hunting parties,
nnd several dozen automobiles arrived
with partiea to join tho army of sports
men already n the woods.
One of tho happiest hunters who was
rucccssful in killing a deer was the Rev.
8. K. Moore of Tuckerton. He knocked
down a fine buck Saturday. Game war
dens are patrolling the woods to prevent
infractions o the laws. Few rabbits,
quail and pheasants are being killed.
LIFE SAVING CREW MISSING.
No Word of Party That Left Wrdnra
dar for (irnondfd Steamer.
r-rRt Aransas, Tex.. Nov. 3.-The life
saving crew which left on Wednesday
to tnko two sick men from the steamer
Nicaragua, which went aground on Padro
Island on Octobor II Itstween Aransas
I'sks and Rrownsville. is missing.
I'apt. Edward White with sW men and
f'r. .1 A. Orr set nut. in a small gasoline
boat, the Isahol, with u surf boat in tow
for the grounded steamer, which lies
alxjiil sixty-live miles down the coast.
The party was due to return on Friday,
nut. no word has been received and it
Js feared di.Mister has overtaken it.
Most of the men are married and have
THREE DYING AFTER RIOT.
Friends Interfere In Gambling
quarrel, Italian Qnartrr Joins,
rim.AF.Ei.riiM, Nov. J, After a riot of
1,000 men and women In the Italian quar
ter early this evening I.ouls Palla, 2!,
Is dying with a bullet above his heart.
Michael Carge, :2, Is dying with fractured
-.iluill, an1 Antonla Maderzena Is shot fa
tally, it Is thought, Scores of others were
cut with knives and ttn policemen have
The whole tiling stRiled with a qunriel
of two men over a gambling debt, They
began fighting with their tints, and when
one was getting the wotst of it, he diew
a revolver. Then tlia friends of the other
man came to his rescue.
Within fifteen minutes the flKlit had
become a riot, along Washington avenue
from Fifth to Sixth street slid up Sixth
tor a block to Carpenter strcrt. I'enplt;
from other localities came Into It, and
the reserves of seven downtown police
districts were callel out. When the wnrrfn
of the neighborhood saw the police they
rushed Into the riot and made nmtteis
woite. More than seventy attests weis
mad. , ,
MAYOR'S HOUSE QUARANTINED.
ftnler nf Qalner. Mass.. Cannot Ha
ter It Unleaa He Aarera to Star.
QuiKcr. Mass., Nov. 3. Although Ku
Bene ft. Stone Is the chief executive of the
city, with power uiuli-r the Qulncy City
Charter that few cither Mayors In the
State have, he found c;teriliiy that he
had to subtnjt to the older uf his Iloard
nf Health, with the lestitt that he Is loom
ing In an apartment house In City Square.
Mayor Stone went home yesterday noon
to be confronted with tho led ciuurantlrm
card uf the Hoard of Health. His daugh
ter. Kdlth, 2.1 yeats of age, Is 111 with
dlphtheila. The Iloard of Health was noti
fied and the house was quarantined. AH
In th house were ordered to stay there
and all who were not at home were not
allowed In unless they were willing to re
KILLS HUSBAND, THEN HERSELF.
j n Oman's a rime iiiacoTereu uj i
I'Nioniown, Pa,, Nov, .1, Vlrlnc a hullrl
Into her husband's temple as ho lay sleep
ing In his room and then turning the re
volver upon herself, Mrs. r.llr.abeln Shnrp
nnek enacted a murder and suicide In
.MsMontonu early this morning.
About . o'clock the tnelvc-year-old son,
Harold, who slept In the room islth his
parents, heard a pistol shot, followed
closely by a second report. The gaslight
was hurnimt In the room and he discov
ered a gaping wound In his father's head
and a pool of blood on th pillow. The
mother was lying on the Moor. Near the
woman's feet lay a revolver, and investliia
tlou showed that four cartridges had been
snapped and two had exploded.
. It ii said thr.t domestic dl-eord had ci
lted In the Sharpnack home for several
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
nrw YOftK COUNTY.
Supreme Court Appellate liUHIon - ttrress
unlit Wr.lnrs.lav. November s. II2, si i P. M.
Supreme Court Appellate Term. -Before l.eh
nun. Pace an-1 llotc-hlilss, .IJ. Appeal from
orders and Judctnents of City Court railed at
10 A. V.
Supreme Court-Special Term, Pert I.- He
fore Ncabnry, J. Court optm at 10.10 A.M.
pari II.- Hcfore Newbiirerr. J. Court optna
at 10 30 V. M. r. parte matters.
Supreme Court Special Term. -Part III. II".
fore flrrard. .1. Motions. Demurrers-No. 3.1,
;, J, X. fto, si. Preferred cause- -Noi. 27,
1 1 In. o.tl. tleneral calendar No. KW. 3i1, :.V.
. It?. m, ;io, 31a. Ill, tot. 31. ;.ii, .172
HO. W, t0. ISO. ."19, 407. ?M. til, 10), m. t.,i.
..fl, .'II. JU, .VW, 31. 131, IJO. ..'I, US. ..IS, Ii,
mi. an. .-. ;t. at 10.1-. a. m,
I'art IV.- Before Itendrlck, J.
Pari V.- Ilrforc I'laUrl,. .1.
Part VI. Before UNrhotT, .1. Certiorari and
franrhl! rasr. fauc lo be enl from I'art
III. to pan IV. and V. for trial.
Irlel Term. Part II. Reform (,'aeran. .1.
Short raur .n. 1831, ??7(, ;32. li'Ji ,, V3,
.lt, S2II, 22K, 21 1. 2139. IWI, SJlJ, ISIS,
-IS.'. 1231. ilK, 2J9.1, I'M. SIM, WU.
I'art III. Before ford. .t. Day calendar -xu.
mi, mai, 101. .". :.7o. ms. sii, '.ii. si. m.
ew. DOS. luin. 1 r J t . 11101. itiis. 101x1. mm. im.v in.
; 1010. to.), nr.-.". ina, 10 . inj.
Part IV. Before lllanehard, .1. Day ralrn
dar No. s.vi. jan. .va, mi, ,w. ra. aoj, sy
O-., ll'Jl, I'M., IIM.. Mill,, IUIU, I'lll. lU'B. Klltf
10.V1, iav? to:., tavj. myi. ion. tail. lion.
Part V. Ilrforc Pail. J. Ni,. S73, 2S1. IC7.
fJ. 772, I2S. ISI. 4V,. sij. SOI. W2. 3842, 31!..
47S. 141. 601. SII, 10M. 1073. 107&, 107. 1077. luU.
Pari IV. Before Ilclany. J. n.ij- calendar -n5.
SSO. IS. SM. 7. 3112, S7J. Mi, SM. IM, 1D7.
JOS. 24. 2.'.7. KM. .112. 2l. BJ5. KiS. &4. 67. SS2.
10S4. 1085. KM. 10S7.
I'art VII. Before Duiro. J.- Nos. 271. 2U.
M4'. Oil. 4afl. 675. 33, 414, ROS. 134. 39.
62S, S.'S.i-SS't. list, (Kin. 4M. 717, 431, KM. tSZ. 401'a.
47t. yWA. UU, SHI. HM7,
I'art VIII.- Before fjny. 4. No. IN7. 714.
71.".. Dnj. Iu. M. VII. 011. 71. &.. 713. 510. 511. S42.
Ml. 20'. ISO. thn. 111. 412. &43. 43. SS',. 73.1.
I'art fx. Ilefure Br.idy, J. No. KO. 7JS. 47S.
l, 143. 37;. 510. 37. Mi',, .127. 73.1. W)7. IB. .
70I. SS7, 77, I05I. 3S4, 70. 20B. 202, BU. SOB. 3S. S37.
I'arl X. Before Clegerieh. J.- No. lan. 7S2.
2lal. 020. Oil. 4723, 234!t. SIS. 371. 423. 42.1. 40S't,
SSO. 712, ftso, SSI, OKI. SSI, M4, OS7. MO. Ml. 9L-:.
I'art M. Bffore MrCall. .f.-No. III. UM. 7S2.
41(1. 7SS. 777. 77S. I0S8, 1081. 1092. IOM, 101M, 100.1.
1001, 1007, HOI, lino. 1101, 1107, HITS. 11(0. 1110.
lilt. 1112. 1113.
tart .Ml. Before Cohalan. .1.- ,n. 4V1. 4I.
142. xu. 220. 221. 44. una. v. ana. m.43a, 47.
4. n. Vte. UM. WI7, m. S72, 7J, 7i. B7i). B77.
' I'art .Mil. Before Amend. J. No. IOC .i;.
V. 73. 117. a. 113. 303, .Mil, 110. 002. ITS. 210. 44S,
777, 7S0. 310. 471, H. 33l!j. 4441, 1101'.;, ttU,
I'art .TIV. ricfore Tendrlton. J. No. Sio.
All, SI2. SI3. 132. 813. 31. 3!!. 142A. 103S. 1770. B.
1014, 33, 7i5, 1AS0. 34. 1028. 132. S27. 4S8, 423, (CI,
Pari .V.- Before (Ireenbaum. J. 'o. 31 A,
7011, 5, V72. 81. I7, IKWl. 6U0. 1177. MS. SI3. Ml. 313.
48. U.'A, 834. 821, tM. 1611. Ml. 363U, 208, 47, AUI,
:t!l , IM2.
lart XVI. Before Bllur, J. No. Ml. IM7. 818,
41. KU. 628. U30. 3.M. 1704. 244. ICO. 234. 5,17. Wj. 633,
438. i:'.. 461. 737. MS. 810, 1U1S. 4!M. 1037, 454.
I'art .Wll. llofore Ue Anre!l, J. No day
I'art AVIII.-Bcforc Krlanrer, J. No. 322. 713.
720. 6M. 717. 752. 27.V. 4M. 473, 3M. 812, IU2. 241.
.V8. 12. Ml. 440. 41,7)4, K'S'l. 47S"4. 1831, IVii.
S3, M4. 117.
Surroiato's Court Chambera. Before Foitler.
S. Will for probate Catherine Itlpton, Mary
i:. Byrne. Thoma t'rlre, Kmanucl H. A. Corrra,
Uary T. Hill. Percy P. Williams, Uary I'. Ho,
worth, at I0J0 A. XI.
Trial Term. Before rohalan, S. ronlr.lci
Ua No. 2832. 2S4I, 2!)tS. 2B51. 21117, 2(170. 2974,
2U71. 27. 277, 2B7. 2379. TWfl.
City Court Special Term. Part I. Before
Doimcl!) . .1. Court open at 10 A. 41. Motion.
Part II. Crfore .Senmurk, .1, Court open at
10 A. M. Kx parte matter.
Trial Term. I'art I,- Before Orrcn, J. No.
MB. OV). 1031. 1013. 1040. 1013. XO. 1051. 10)1. 10V.
10)7, 1070. 1073. 1073. SIB, A10, Hi. 8)1. Oil. 618,
44. 43. 377R. (KIO, 448, !UfW, 1014. D2J. I0J1. Ml,
1013, 463. .171. 1077. 107B. IWI. WSJ, 10SI, 101. 1083,
loi. km;, iuss, iosb. iouo, ioii, tor.', 109.1. ikm,
IUV. 109), 10J7. 1UV8. I03i, 11(10. 1101. 1103, 1104,
liai, 1101. Kqulty rae No. S49.
Pari 11. Before Melvoy, J. Short rauei
No. 417. 4S.V). 4678, 4740. 4740. 48V1, 4S80. IS81.
4S90. 40. 4Bi7, St3, 470J, 4443, 48T.'. 473. 474.1.
4W7, 4IKM. 4929, 4V3I. 4032. 4714 , 4713 . 4.154 , 47B),
49.13. 4B.W. 4912, 4B43. 4S4I, 4721. 4819, 42 49,11,
4B!0, 4912, 4947. 4B.V). 474. 47B4, 40,17, 4157 , 41SI,
46S4. 4.121, 4808, iK. 47.VI. WV1, 4U5H. I0.M. IK.
4BTI7, I0H. 41.70. 1071, 197.1, 4U, 4712, !), I0!l,
49X5, 4CU0. 4KO, 4977. IIM).
Part III. Before Iji Ketra. J.
Part IV. Before Lynch, J.
Part V. Before I'lnelllr. J,
Part VI. Before l)'l)yer. C. 4.
I'arl VII. Before Drlehanty, J.
Part VIII. Before Hinlth. .1.
raur to be Sim from Part I. to Pari III.,
IV.. V.. VI.. VII. and VIII. for trial
Supreme Court-Spcclnl Term. Before Put
nam,. I Court openkat in A. M. Litigated motions.
Supreme Court Special Term ami Chambers -Before
Putnam. J. Court opens at 10 A. SI.
Motions. Befcre IllacUmar. J. I.x parte matter.
Supreme Court Special Term. Before Kap
tier. .1. Court opens nt to A. M. Day calendar.
lMUCS of law No. 2740, 2760. ."711. 2762, 27r.1,
2764, lue of fact n, 17a4, 2766, 2787, i7t1.
27611, 2770, 2771, 4772, 2773. 2771, :773, 1776; 143.1,
r044 , 2401. 2433. 1848. 2424. IXII, 2422. Zil3. I4IB,
2147, 261.1, 23IB. 284.1. 23SK, 2681, 23SO. 24V1. The
follonlnr ratiKea If marked ready Mill be pasted
for the day. No cause will be set down for a day
upon the call Nos. 2777, 2778. 2779. 27nn. 2711,
2782, 273, :78l. 278.1. 2788. 2787, 1788. 27111, :76U,
2791 , 2792, 2783, 2784 , 279(1, 2796.
Before Blackmar, J. No. 2879 81, 2682 54,
26A5-87, 293 .1. 2727 . 2728. 2729. 271 Highest
number reached on Ihe regular call 1716.
Supreme Court Trial Term. Day calendar
No. 4797. 4041, 4232-34 . 42.14. 42J4-M, 4279, 1282.
4292. 4283. 4J02. 4312. S113, 4316, 4319, M-'(l, 3781.
4323-24 . 4326. 4327. 4330.IB. 4.131, 4.132. 4331, .1331
.1348, 4337, 4339, 4343, .1340. 8351, 1131, 8144, 43V,.
M.18. 4.149. 5.168. 4372. 4378. .Mil, 4381, .1318. 4190.
4391,4392. The following cause. If marked ready,
will be passed for Ihe day. No cause will he
set down for a day upon this call 4391, 4397, 4400,
4404, 4407, 44U9, 4410, .141.1, 4414. .1419. 4421, 4423,
4421, 4434, 4438. 4440. 4442-18. 4411, .1447-48, 6410,
4480, 4482, 4486, 4474 . 447.1. 3477, ,1178. SI8II, 8111,
4487, r.m. .1189, .1490, 4491, 4191, 4404. Highest
number reached on regular call, .".19-..
Part V. Before Asplnnall. .1. Court opens at
10 A. II. Sarah Sypher, murder: Kueene lientlle,
rape and assault: Allen MrDonald, rape and as
sault: Itnbert Harris, grand larceny; DomlnlnU
Cuccla, arson; Ferdinand lie Angells. rerelvlug
btolen orooertv: Frank (iauch. rane and asiuuiit.
Supreme Court Criminal Calendar TrlalTerm
Part VII. Before Crane, J. Court opens at
10 A. M. (ieorge Bishop, murder: llllam Blank,
assault: Casper Seamiato. assault: John Walsh,
burglary and grand larceny; John Valli, bur
rlary; John .Bluges, Section 1897. Penal Lan;
Peter Daiey. assault and carrying roar en led
weapon: Samuel Baker and Stephen Curran,
County Court-Parts I II.. lit, and IV. Court
opens al 10 A.M. Nndayralendnr
Surrogale's Court -Before Kelcham, S, Court
opens at 10 A. M. In the Hall of Itecnrds, second
floor The wills of Sadie Callagher, I.. O. Iyon,
Hilary Uiihamel, Cleames Borsdoif and Amelia
Burgess. The accountings In Ihe estates of Mary
E. Pell. larrv 1'. Vnlllir. Itihcrl lllocl.-. ! hi.m.
McCann, Sophie I'fhalmann. Michael Mnran, I
John I'linn, limma I'rllsch, Thos. sinnott. John
Murphy and Mcrcerin Thomas, The estates of j
Kckel Infants. Sim Kaufman. Mary Callahan, 1
I.. I), Morris, Mary Schall and Archibald Yn'm?
Conteste.l calendar -Tlae will nf John Kluna-1
sehelfke, CarlSlnreeck an I Aiiluiiln Valdres, i
Supreme Court llv .Ii. slice (irrrnlia 1111
Mrl.anitr.lla Mci auirhlln, Danli I'. I'vs
rast Hlvrr Mating: lnin v MuixAn, larl I..
Hclinr. (lerm.in Halnrs llnnfc is .rimer. Max
J. Ucrnlxiiiii Zlegel n llenn. Uouls IJxstcln.
n .lesilce l.ii-nctleli. Mnllcr of I'lilillo I'aik,
fieoue W tiiinc.
Siinreme Cn'irl llv .lusilee ,ehurser llol?
nvrnlieiiiifr s I'erilnanil II. llce, HucIoIdIi s
lly Jiisllre (Ireenbaum. Moneura Purle is
Oeiirge Latoiir. Max Hadl; Uenrv tie Forest
Weeks 1 VI .Southern Mtie ft Kecurll Co.. James
STEEL TRADE PINCHED
BY LATE DELIVERIES
Structural a nil Plate Mills Att
inlt Being Eight Weeks We
hind in Slii)iiients.
COKE SHORTAGE RELIEVED
Slightly Higher Prices for Pig
Iron Visible nt Close
I'l nmifr.ti, Nov. 3. The iilncli In tlio
steel trade continues lo he to tret prompt
Ktipplle of emtio materials. Deliveries of
billet n and aheel nntl tin lnr fell further
hehlnd ditrini; the week, nnd a part of the
Ilniahed aleel Inihislry of the dlatrlrl wna
lied Inn knot. Some new ateel car capacity
which was Hcheduled to ko In operation
wan unable to reatime, and the output of
aheeta and plate fell below normal on
account of tho famine in the crude ma
terial. On structural and plate contracts mills
admit being eight week behind In ship
ments, bavins; lost rather than trained since
tho middle of October. The lull of new
lumlnesa t lint naturally accompanies the
closing ilaj-H of n national campaign whs
welcomed In the mills, as giving an op
portunity to gel nearer contract limits on
'I he shortage of coke for furnace consump
tion Is not m severe, although the t'on
nellsvllle ovens are still behind In ship
men's lo furnaces and spot coke Is scarce
enough to keep prices at It at oven for
prompt shipments, A number of independ
ent furnaces ha.e accumulated some
stocks of coke, though In a number of eases
Ihey have been compelled lo fall back on
inferior grades from districts outside of
the I'onnellsvllle region.
On nccount of the shortage of labor the
Steel Corporation has been compelled to
draw on its reserve stocks at Its ('cnnelts
sllle ovens. here it usually keeps about
M.tion Ions store, I
Slightly higher prices for pig Iron were
iible nt tho close of the week two ton
liages or beasenier having sold nt JI7.V1
valley furnace, or JIVIO Pittsburg, nfler
two large steel cnticcniH had taken iS.onu
tons for nent year's delivery al $17. basic
iron showed an advance of IS lo SO cents,
the minimum for either prompt or forward
shipment on this product being II8.JO val
ley furnace. No. 2 foiflidry Iron, under
scattering lnqulile for prompt, held tightly
to Ihe miniimum of SlD.V), and about 4,000
Ions of mullealjle sold at Ihe same figure.
'Ihe week's developments clearly fore
shadow a further advance In beseemernnd
busio iron, Ihe innuities pending for basic:
including two for an aggregate nf en.ooo
tons, all for deliveries prior to April I next.
All prompt quotations on crude steel are
nt abnormal levels and will continue to he
until some of the scheduled new open hearth
capacity now building comes Into opera
lion, llillels are quoted all the way from
:7 to mill, as against tho official
price of Cl.io, which isbtill available oc
casionally on contracts for next year's
shipment, sheet and tin plate bars in which
the present shortage Is especially marked
are emoted up to t:o mill. The market
in plates anil shapes is not quotable closely,
in exlremecasesnshigh as l.escancl 1.70c.
has been paid forplatesnnd plain structural
material, which Is ft to 15 a Ion above the
official level still quoted on forward ship
ments by Ihe larger producers. Complaints
are heard of oppressively high estimates
being filed on fabrication and erection of
structural steel, due partly lo the scarcity
of prompt steel and partly to the difficulty
in securing labor. Contracts closed for
plates for riveted pipe work and of heavy
slies of line pipe for Western extensions
were unusually large for the week and mills
arc now tilled until late In the spring on this
class of tonnage.
IMPROVEMENT IN NICARAGUA.
With Klrctlnn liver, Country llnpld
ly ltetnriilnK to Xormal,
Washington, Nov. 3. Although noth
ing: oftlclnl has been received at the State
Department regarding the elections In
Xlcafairua yesterday It Is understood
from reliable sources that the votlnB
was carried on throughout the republic
without disorder. President Diaz was
reelected nnd new members of Congress
were also chosen. President Diaz will
besln his term on January 1, 1913, when
the Congress will nlso be assembled.
Admiral b'outherland has sent to the
Navy Department encouraging reports
nf the situation In Nicaragua. The
cities of Leon, Chlnandegit and other
places where the upheaval was must vio
lent during tbe revolt are now taking un
u normal aspect, according to the Ad
miral. Nlcaraguan authorities are being
given chiirge as fast us normal condi
tions, are restored. Tbe American
forces have been used to atTord protec
tion not only ,to the life und property
of all foreigners but to those of Nlcar
nguaus as well, who feared bitter re
prisals would follow the success of the
Government in subduing the revolt.
The naval surgeons with the Ameri
can forces have been uppolnted sanitary
otllcers In the vnrlous districts occupied
by the Americans, and Admiral South
erland has commended their work
highly In his reports to Washington.
Much permanent good Is being accom
plished by these sanitary otllcers In the
larger towns, It Is said.
Iteports from Panama to the effect
that Oen. Mena, wio started the revolt
In Nicaragua, Is resorting to tho habeas
corpus to gain his release from the hos
pital at Ancon, Canal Zone, have not
disturbed Government otlkials here In
San Francisco, Nov. 3. The Pacific
Jlall steamer Han .luan arrived this
evening with the bodies of the seven
American bluejackets killed In the Nlc
araguan revolution, four nt I.eon and
three at Barranca, last month. Four
were marines, one a gunner's mate and
two were bluejackets.
LUTHERANS END CONFERENCE.
nenomlnntlon Celebrate Ihe Anal,
reran r- of Ita I'onndlnir.
The Lutheran churches of New Vork
and iclnlty held a Joint celehiatlott of
Ihe Festival of Ihe deformation yesterday
afternoon al 1,'nrnegle Hall, Klfty-Keveiith
street and Hevenlh avenue. The services
marked Ihe closing of the Lutheran Synod
leal Conference of .North America, held
in ciiebialion of Ihe .Willi anniversary of
Uie fniinilliiv of the ec.i.
I he Itev. I), II. SlelTeim of Mai lltilChiir.il.
Ilfilllinore, made the Lngllsli aililresH, ntici
the Itev. W. C K11I111, lueelilenl of Ihe llll
uoi district, mude Hie (iermiiu addres
i lif sludeiit tliiiriiK, numbering over a
hundred voices, of I Im llronxville Liilhersti
saliool, fiirnUh.il Him musical pari of the
programme under Ihe leadership of dulin
.Ink, a man well known In llultlmnre inusl
'I hose Lutheran churches which took
pari In yslenlny's serlces were nil mm
liersor the MIouri Hvnod Church, Ihrlu'rg
;;;l Liilhenin church hody In this country,
ilus sliiglv orgHiiintinn has nlmosl '.'..Vxi
pi eai hers, nearly l.ooo.nnu tnemhers ills
tr biiled among 4.onn coiigregntlons and
mKslons over if.ooo parochial sc hools at
letidec1 hy 1001)60 children, and nineteen
seminaries and colleges, besides twenty
three hospitals and Tiotnes aud tblrloon
home flnding Mcittlt.
SEE WHITE SLAVERY IN KILLING.
Puller Ilelleve Thry Cisn Conneel
Street StnbblitK WUb Trafllv.
Two men were ncnt to the Tomb yev
leruay uy woroner neiienBtein at tor
man mipiiosetl to bo I'nulo Romano wits
stabbed to death In Kast streot, between
Delancoy and Urootno streets, early yes.
terday morning. They sive their names
n (liueeppt Forte, 40 years, nnd Charles
Trlzzl, 38 years, of !0 Broome street,
Korte'n wife Is In the Houso of Detention
an a material witness.
Patrolman Leonard of the Delancoy
street station saw tho end of a stri'RKle
among three men. One fell, another
plunged a knifo In his back and the third
ran. Leonard grabbed the man with the
btttf tvlin 1. a anl.t wn EVt.a
I The third man was found in a doorway
01 sii nroomo eireer. ny ronccmnn ityan,
who had pursued him. Ho denied having
seen Forte since early in Uie day but
Forte's wife upstairs said he had called
for her husband about 11 o'clock. The
dead man was identified by a barber as
Itomano, newly arrived from Chicago
and soon to go baok there, and the police
believe he may be connoctcd with a white
FLOCK TO RETURN AS HE QUITS.
Kirty-flve Members Left Mr. Troy'a
Charek Two Years Aaro.
The resignation of the Itev. John Troy.
who has been pastor of the Mariners linear'
bor, Htttten Island, llaptist Church for over
seven years, was accepted by the board of
trustees yesterday afternoon. Mr. Troy
will leave Ihe church on December I.
Tho pastor told the congregation that
ln was obliged to sever his connections
with the church on aneount of the poor
health of his wife and child.
Mr. Troy about two years ago had dif
ferences with several of his flock. A a
result flfty-nve of the oldest members
resigned from the church and became mem
bers of the Park Haptlst church of Port
Itichmond. It was reported yesterday that
those members will return to the church.
KI.ECTIONS AND MKKTIMiK
KOMK, W ATKIC1 OH N AN Ofini:.SllL'l!tl
N'e York. X. V.. October :. tot?.
NOTICi: IS MKl'F.IIV OIVi:X that the Annual
Meeting of Ihe Stockholders of the Itorie. va ater
lonn and Oirdensburg llallroad Com nam. will
be held al the nITIce of the ronipany. t'rani t're
Irel Terminal. In the City nf New Vork. on Mon
day, the ?nd day of December. 1HI2. at 13 o'clock
noon, for the elerllon of Director anil the trans,
aetlon of such other business as may be bri.ujht
before the meeting. The Directors chosen at
uch meeting will be ex-oClelo Directors of the
t'tlra and Hlsek Klver llallroad Company an.t the
Osego and Home Mallroad Company.
The Transfer nooks will be closed at 3 o'clock
P. U., on Friday. Hie 1st day of November, 101?.
and reopened on the morning ol Tuesday. Ihe 3d
day of December.
WVIf.HT V. PAHDKt:. Seeretar-.
THi: AXXt.'AI, Mr.KTLVn of the stockholdeis
of the Horn hilter Mlnlnr Company for the elec
tion of Directors for the year commencing Jan
uary 1st. 1113, will be held at the ofner of Ihe
Company, ttoom SOOJ. Met'ornlck nulldlnr, Sail
1-aWe city. Utah, on Tuesday, December 3rd. 1911
a 1 12 noon.
The transfer books will close on Not ember
3rd, 1012, at 12 o'clock M. and reopen on Xovcm
bcr 13th. 1012, at 10 o'clock A. M.
i:DVAHD r KM MITT. ,eCr-"r"
Tin: i'kopu: of thb stati: of xi:w
YOIIK. by the grace of liod free and Independ-
nt.--1o Uriah Franklin Harrison. Thomas
Harrison. John Irving Harrison, Kunlce nirgs,
I Ida Henderson, Fannie Cave, Virginia Hel
Uster. Adeline Harrison, Joseph lAngtry. Kaile
Ijingtry and Joe Hob Cave, the eircutnr. heirs
and next of kin nf Charles Lewis Harrison, de
ceased. Hi:XT) Gttr.KTIXt!:
Whereas. Joe Hob Cave of Ihe city of Dallas.
State of Texas, has lately applied to Ihe Surro
gate's Coin ot our County of .New Vork. to hae
a certain Instrument In writing relating to both
real and personal property, duly proved as th
last Will and Testament of Charles Il Har
rison, late of the County of New Vork. derrased,
Therefore you and each of you are cited to appear
before Ihe Surrogate of our County of Xew York,
at his ofnee In the County of Xew York, on Ihe
2Sth day of November, one thousand nine hundred
and twelve (10121 at half-past ten o'clock In the
forenoon nf that day, then and there to attend
Ihe probate o.' the said last Will and Testament.
And such of you as are hereby cited, as are un
der the age of twenty-one years, arc required
tn appear by ynur guardian, If you have one,
or II you have none, to appear and apply for one
o be appointed, or In the evrnt of your neglect
or failure to do so. a guardian will be appointed
jy the Surrogate to represent and act for you
In the proceeding.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the
Sal nf the Surrogate's Court of the aald County
of Xew Vork tn be hereunto affixed. Witness.
Hon. ItOllKHT l.UDIXJW FO.VI.nil. a Surrogate
of our said County nf New Vork. at said County,
the 28th day of September In the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and twelve.
DANIKI, J. DOWDXK.Y.
II.. S.l Clerk of the surrogate's Court.
- Sl'I'HKMi: COI.'ltT. NKV YOHU COt'XTY.
nitOOKS IIROTIti:itS. I'lalr.tltr. against C.
MOItTlMF.lt U'lUU'llDlXC. Defendant.
to Tin: Aiiovi: xamkd drfkmiant-
YOI' Altr. HI'.lii:ilYSUMMO.KD toanrwerthe
compLilnt In this action, and to ssrve a copv of
ynur answer on the Plaintiffs Attorney wlihln
tenty days alter the service of this summons,
rxrlushcof Ihcdayof service, and In casenfvour
failure to appear or ar.sarr. Judgment will he
taken aralnst you by default for the relief de
manded In Ihe complaint.
Dated October 2d. 1012.
llKPXAltD 1. KAMMN. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Xn. 4S Cedar Street. Uorouih of Manhattan,
Xew oik City.
TO TIIK DKIT.NDAXT. C. MOHTIMKIt Wlt
The forerolnr summons Is served upon you by
publication pursuant to the order of Hnu. Samuel
tlieenbautii, our uf the Justl.-e of the Supreme
Court of tbe State of New York, dated October
M. 1912. and ninl with the summons and com
plaint In the office of the Clerk of the County of
New York, at Hie County Court House, lioio.iirn
of MauhatUn, New York City, 011 October 29th,
Dated Orlober 29th. 1012.
llllltNAUH I. KAUIA, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Omceaud PostOfllee Address, No. 4.1c vdar Street.
Morourh of Manhiittn, Xe o-lr cmiv
IAI'IIIIUImVmaI'IIICI:.- Tn pursuanrr of an
order of Hon. lcobert l.udlosr Fosler. a Surrocate
of tlieCounlyof New Vork. Xotlce Is herebv (Ivrn
0 all persons halnr claims aralnst Maurice
I-aubhelm, late of the County of Xew York, de.
ceased, to present tnr same with vouchers thereof
In the subscriber, at their place of transacting
business at the office of A. M. Watlenbeir. No. lis
Ilroadway, In The City of Xew York, on or before
the 17th day of March next,
tinted. Xew York, the 10!h day of September. 1912.
MAX l.AUnril'.IM and ItOSK I.AUUIIKIM.
a. m. WATTKNnrcnfl, ,i,"u""-
Attorney for Executors,
lis Ilioailway, llorouch of Manhattan. New
V nrk; City.
MITCATIOXN WANTED FEM.II.E.s.
ilOCSKWOHli-nxpcrlrnrrd colored ilrls,
rood cooks: phone, lllverslde i37S. Foole'a
Agency, 20.1 West ttsth.
STKNOnilAPHKIt FIe7 rarscxperleuce lo
slock and bond brokers' office: exceptionally neat,
rapid, accurals: Itrinlniclon nr Cnderwood ma
chines; salary SIS. 1,. lT P. O. box 203, Madison
Square, X, V. city,
LOST. KUIiNII AND REWARDS.
MIST- Hank Hook Xo. 1.017.832 of Ihe Downy
Savlnin Hank, ISilkiwery. Xew York, Theflniler
I requested to return U lo the bank. If not re
slorrd before Ihe 3d day of September application
will be made lo the bank for a new book. SAM
UKI. L. MAI1KOWITZS.
HAItDWAKRand tin business: established mer
.10 years, nn Main St.. Sauifrtles.nn.tbe.lludsnn:
will sell for Inventory: III health causes sale. Ap
ply to owner, -I AUKS HUSSKI,!,, 227 Main St..
Sauirerllrs. X. Y
MY wife, Mrs. Julia Emma Maud Wilson, de
serted me. I refuse to pay any bills enntraeted
by her after this date. WAI.TRH F. WILSON.
SALES DY AUCTION.
DAVIDSON. MANX & MANN, auctioneers, sell
Imported hronrrs, oil paluilnes. run and art
ware eenuifi tnis week, IICJ Ilroadway, New
SOIltll'MS & Ki:iCH, auctioneers, tell evenlara
Imported art foods and oil palutlnr t at ISO1) i:at
I). SHAPIIIO sells dally and evanlnc al IUI
llmulway, Urookln, Japaneie art and brlc-a-
S. MISKI,, auciloneer. sells Saturday even Inc.
Nov, (i, nil palnllnrs. bric-a-brac, ele. U'l l'arkinvi,
J. H. APPIU.. auciloneer. sella Japanesebfua
brae, oil palnllnts. etc., evenlnca. :U8 3rd av.
u. uiiniiti.i. auciloneer. sella evrnlnra. 3S6
Grand at., Japanese brtc-a-brao and oil palnllms.
J, SINGER, auctioneer, sells a venlnts. Japaoeia
I WhltC P lcCt
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Sailing Thursday and Saturday at noon
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Thursdays for mrMjrtt-SO. VF.IIA
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CITY Of 1 ciwni.U
NEW HAVEN LINE l.v. rier :. k. n..
ft. Catharine Si., week dan. 2:S P.M. Str.
Tickets, etc.. at 171 Broadway. Transfer
Tourist Offices and at Piers.
The New Cnalanc1 Steamship Co.
ONE WAY, SI.50: ROUND TRIP, 12.50
Speedy, i'alsilal Stenmtrs. every evenlnr.
Iavlnit Pier 32. X. I!., ifoot of Canal St.), 8
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i:xerllent Cuisine and Mulc.
Hudson Navigation Co.
Pier .13, N. It. Pnone Sprlnc 04OO.
Providence Dirtcf, S1.50 Woreetitr, $2.40
siuisiae n ikirrnc m f eii.cKI
Steel Steamships OUOIKII A and TKXXnssKB
Dally, Inclndlna Sandav, B:lo P. M.
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flty Ticket Offlce. S90 nroadwar, X. Y.
Cptown Ticket Office, rt'wav and 23d SI.
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KareKrdncedt New York and A aWA
In each direction: Limited Tickets. Statereoms
accommodallnrtnnpersons,32 00; llerlhs.&Oc.
Steel Steamships North Land A North Star
Uave I'ler 14, X. II., ft. Fulton St., Tues..
Thurs. & Sats. nt S P. M. Heturn leave
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Caatarn Staamahlp Caroratin
"Tbe Pabllo be plrasrd."
PROVIDENCE d'trec, '1.60
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Uploivn Office: llroailway 4 23d SL
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'ATIjANTItl PITT, N. J.
i aaiaa . - risr
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NOV. la. 10 A. M,
IttC. ii. 10 A. u
D :C. 31. 13
Madeira, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples, Trieste, Fiume.
naipnr nour noon, see itinerary. 1
PANNQNIA ULTONIA CARPATHIA
NOV. IS, JAN. II DEC 7, PKR. 13 MAIL 211
WINTER CRUISESRIVIERA, ITALY, EGYPT
LACONIA 3; ; FRANCONIA MS: CARONIA Afc ,S
Ks press satllnK .Ian. 4th, Moaaco. Naples, Alexandria.
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Plen Fool W. ltth St.. NVnh River, N. Y. Offices, U State St., Opp. flattery.
ALL 6os itVXmirIt mavb wtK
Pier J, N. R.,
aiaiB A. as.
3- Taul Sn Mist. Loalr. . ...Vfir. 2i
NewYwi-Uiiies MrMt. Pier II. N.K.
m onvnana.. aov. v. j.-jam. Minnehaha. xev.ao
Tier l. X. R.
-.WW, v-otib. vt avsrvair esnswarp
.eeiaiici .uv, . uuci.and.. ..ov.2n
'inland Nov. 13l-apland .Nov. :7
Via Madeira. Gibraltar. Alders. Monaco
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NOV.30 JAN. 7 JAN.21 FEB.18 MAR. 4
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NORTH GERM AN LLOYD
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LONDON- PARIS BREMEN
Ironpriw Wilktlm lor. 12
Kaiser Wilhclm kr bVmi lit 21
THREE WINTER CRUISES TO THE
Panana Caial and West ladies VM,-
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Write for copy of
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I-Wia. M..I. a.J Sl., Ac.aI.H... Sl..-.r
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. . i. - " " ..., ..uv. m. j I', si
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"PHKrORIA Nov. in. ii .,'
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Mateira.Gilraltarilriirs. Hauler Rim
8. H. MOl.TkE Nov. la. it a. u
H. S. HAMBDItr..'.: . "....,,.,'
h, s. ciNri.N.ATVVoii0iKjI r titi ism I
a. s. iiisiic. !.'.' 2I!' !" a, m, l
W ill aol eall at A Iffier. ' rt' I
" " ' f . ttttr, s,
Titlir Lt llr. .r.t ....
OLD DOMINION LINE
vlT: kV'I "J1 i-'" nra so u t a aa wsau
S'SAr"jra!Ka"ae ssi rrosa Plat
iay a'l S. u, Bli ITW wn'
r.. u woonwow; Traffla Uaascer.
i .. . i. noun irnm now York. Pv
BlVBtUima a t .
7Srtf ,-t"f?0"s iBa Waaiiai. n
A K U
Nov. 27, 1 A. M.
Dec. 17,'6 P. M.
Dec. 24, 3 P.M.
Jan. 15, 1 A. M.
I A. M
line 7. I'J M
JAN. II. n A.
CLatr and a (Jit's.
no. x. n.
MsMstauHs charkaisrsr iMtbamatasi
New ior'.N" .cM.iOceafilL' .0 13
Majestic Nov. I tio.,nv 1. t,)iil So .V
Am.J" I,l" S'esmc from PIT V!
New Yerk - Quaanatawn -L) vara 1
Celtic sol uu.miic , -1
Cymric. Nov. 16, noonlCelile - Dec.
Cymric carries rassenjera tn one cabin elm
II. and third class only.
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1 t tirn, .
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Hunemnewi .Nov !l Mj lxjrralue. Dee U
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November IS, KA1SKH FHANZ JOSP.PH I.tnesri.
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Salilai usually, Wednesdays.
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