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To-d?T ?nd to-mormw. fair and ?armer: Habt variable wind?. NEW-YORK? MONDAY OCTOBER ft 1911.-TWELVE PAGES. **+ VUU'K ONE ( KNT In ? ?tY ol New V?>rk -Jer?ev Cltr \ne\ Rohokeah. ELSEWHERE TWO i KNT!*, .101 ?Ml? ALONG Taxicab "Joy Riders" Find the Ninth Avenue Roadway Too Tame for Them. HIT AND KILL A HORSE Machine Zigzags for Elocks, Spreading Terror Among Pedestrians?Three Men in It Locked Up. As ?' In the ? ? ? ? ? ? ' - - jr. on ? ' ar - ? rainst - ? r ho ": . : ' In th** ? had ? ' ' I ? ' REPORT FATAL ?UT0 CRASH 9 ro Be DeSrd and it five ? - - ' ' r I ' I "WHAT AM EXCITEMENT!" ? Bringi P( ' and Ambulances. ? ? ? ? ? I a n ' ' ' The Money Moon Jeffery Farnol's new serial gets bigger and better A synopsis with the next number for those who missed the first two instalments. See the Mag? azine section of" next Sunday's New-York Tribune MR. TAFT WAS LUCKY Just Escaped Being Compelled to Pass Night on Mountain Top. ?Visit, Oct !?--rr.-si.li-nt Taft ? d up to th?- fo..t of th? - I narrowly night in the moun? tain fasti Th?1 Prasldenl rnad? trip sscent in automobile*, an?1 when n?-artng the ? ? roadway ? the mud rinally cleared the ened is the ] ? n the g th? crept ? times rere within twenty? ? -Mr. Taft arrived which had been taken to Ashford. near the mountain and : here ? | TWO DEER HUNTERS SHOT One Wounded by Friend?Other, Bleeding. Walks Three Miles. ? - Ifiataken for a deer BUntinsj : ? ; lu in the Tandon, near Malone, Jam.-* i shot tally Injured by his fi ompanion. John Manning, of the Kime j In the dense a 'lted. - '.' T!-.!nk;nir it - ? and fired I ? ' Whit* -n and entered his puncturing i ??? hurt, th? ry if pneumoi ? ? - i loualy afternoon. 'hat hi> m Bred the ?hot i.i ? ? miles I pro ln hi* abdomen. t'ti.a Ht ?inn. CHURCH VOTES FOR HYMN J. D. Rockefeller Approves Song Criticised by Gov. Wilson. ? hymn* . . . . ? ? John D - I l ra ob .- ? . IB*. anew, 1er, - ' ? h Mr. favor in the ? - An ? Usure I ' - ? .nn in I - ' ' - ' ' ,_?? COMBAT EEER WITH PRAYER Supplication in Hundreds of Churches for Wilson and Brewers. - I - ... . | . . ?nth i ? i i ... FIGHT FOLK FLIGHT OF MAM II? Girl Aviator Fools the Deputy Sheriffs, Racing Them in Auto as Well as in Airship. COMES BACK TO SURRENDER Officers, Having No Warrants, Are Ordered Off; Then Use Clubs Until the Crowd Attacks Them. An attempt fn ?**t"p flyini? in Naj.'a'i ?"ounty ynst.-rday broke up the peace I I - ?ti'Kth as n?-? flytruz meet has cvr done. A free fleht t<> D**?T?nt th?? of Miss Matilde M.i,?nt, ? ,-s ;''t and es by automobile, with I r C"tt?-n. and the excitation >f th? whole countryside \x?-r<? perha.pt I a principal feature.?* of what k?.,kt-d like a COM] t" make the law ridiculous. Friim si-im?? ?l;?rk corner nf tue min?l Sh?-r'-v De \i ?? ) ;_ Dp the notion that J :c*: - ' IfUTet th.- Injunction aeruret Interfering "T:m" W ? ? iment on Bandar, i onatJl ited b itself an In? jun? t the w.-.-k. H- lent t'.ver ? ? to th? Nassau Boulevard aero?|r?.m?'. to enforce bla Interpretation of the law. ?-.. MV.Tv ?h. and at every entr_n??e gr\t". ??> five huniirnd ?,ers?.ns. attracted ' seeing Earl? L. ' ' ' ' -?-if-r. start on his postal flieht t?. th? to the erounds in the ? - ? t? --noon. No attempt ' admisse" ?ma n d,in?'c with Mr. WoodrufTl anr.oun.-pmp-t on Batur ' DO meet would he held y. I ... ... _g to do, therefore, but t h. se hanpars warned the aviators that any to fly would I? . i Ovlngton ?protested thai -nped mall carrier he waa under the pro*, of the federal Rovernment, and could fly when an?i What | ? - do .-haree to ?.-,? him waa mad*. De M "s men told him the federal govern ? ?Hiin't pa* that th? t ? would be iff worked, . ? k. Miss Moisant Fools Deputies. In th?. meantim.-- Misa Mat to h~r ruml .... With ' ant, she cams to I ? 4 i rieht to travel between | ? - ta aa ??? there re ReM. Tl ? ' -s remon ? -.. ?I. . .? minded them I ?- wait sal ? ? ? . . I er climb into .\ .-t.txt >. ' r in ??. Dg th? - - . I and nd. As - n and,. if the it i t Just aa ? . to their . . : - ' ?-heriffs J. J. Campbell, : nd .1 I ' .??and '?' ? n the ? ' Wh? n car h .... ? mob ther five hu I the f the An attempt to ] : : . ? ? Escapes, Then Surrenders. fvi ? | ip In , ar b? Mr for 1 hish" ?? "? ?*'* tiffs far bel nd, it I . ? do xx?-:: ' I no crlm? . I drovi ? up. vlth an ted the ? i ? ? right t warm ? .... fizht : ? Wh after M ' ' ' ??:?'? perl ? ? ? 11. ? ded near her hai up for flu fly?* without ? ? - ? ? oat ? ?? rea? h- | ? ft . . It -. ,- shoal this ' ?iitlnurd ..n f.iurHi pagS THREE AVIATORS WHO TOOK PART IN THE SUNDAY FLYING. ANDREE HOl-PERT. EARLE rjvWQTOlf. WHO CL??UKD lUW IfTTY FROM ARREST. A3 UK WAS who to..)* a4-4-aata#a of the ehasft after CAJUtTIKQ THB UlflTED WTATEM mail. Ml.?s Molsant to take a few turns PJ the air. PEOPLES LIBERTIES SAFE IN HANDS OF CATHOLIC Archbishop Farley Makes Unex? pected Speech at Unveiling of Dongan Tablet at St. Peter's. URGES CATHOLIC GOVERNOR Addresses by Governor Dix and Congressman Fitzgerald In? spire His Words. He Tells Knights of Columbus. ?\\" ?re th? committed lo ? Cath Ai ? tl ? whi-n coBLunltted to any ??ther Ind* : i t* making s t] th? -arly Col ?nial - v rosit, ?t tu h. m R.ir lay itrsa-t, snd '-. ? la the sulogy of 0? enior Dix, tha Sm t-?-,l ? ' - '? '? the ? ?Th stmsnt of th.s Riman ' ; th-> Unite : - ,h'* i ?ll!' r from Edward Chan* And in ' losing his :: : -, prttb the ? . ? ? Intol ? ? Thor '??* ?** gr?ai and i 4 his tlm? - ntury. 1,v their manhood snd ; their heroic rart in ? I ' -' "\v>.. not I L?ki I a . when :? ? turn 1 ' If ' try in so many thil - his spirit informs I ind Inform - . ? mrnt- POS nor the Speecri Was Unexp :ted. -f to the pro ' ben h? atepped forward - ? lux snd ?'"iipr.-i-.-man Fitzgerald, He then a -1 in . i had ' ? ? | lag t maks a ro ? r did. But I would 't-n I n fruni Um ..-? r f th? ' . ?:.. r ' 'he subject, h ? ? it that ' i* pre ? ? , i caad - ? .i 'nu-- ' .- in . . ? part falsch m ' at ha i :-- an h ? a thai - ' ? Archbishop i ter thai th* : i S ?H ?VUllam l? The Tablet to Donrjan ? ? ' ' I fh-- iillars - '-,. an.! bf ? - I?.,n t uiiiiiiurj (.u aae*aai psga MATH DE MOISANT. ' WANTED TO Kl.V. ? BIG WHALE COMES ASHOR 58-Footer Unable to Back O After Striking Bottom. - ?com, a surfman ?f the ? it 4 out five hundr? la from a dently strikin ?? m. Unable to turn worked it ? i 4th itreet I an hour : I ? - ? ? ? ? ' .?ft; mV of n?, Phil i ? t-morrow. COLLEGE WOMEN STAY WEI Only One Divorce in Every 5' Marriages, Investigation Shows .ni? I . , ... ' omen han j'is ? in an ii ron alumma of Smith College, And among t;. havi ? -. ed that out of flfl m ir? - (OS of crn^Re g\r\ pr only ene dlvor In .?trik'.n?. is that disclosed ! * l-av?> found ' I ?? . t of < ? or l marriages of not Th>- itstiat i rega ar.?1 have ? fully compiled ? lege, but thin Is thf? fir-t ? ? n h.?s In? ided t ', ? ? ? : FALLS FROM MOVING TRAIN Attempt to ?Strike Match on Tr May Cause New Yorker's Death. . . ?- ? . ? ? moving ? Kr?-li . ef K? s v. rk, t* tt m l ? , ? He s H.?M. 9 BROADWAY HAS $100,000 FIRE Hotel Guests Crowd Beeapcg to Sfe Firemen at Work. ? ? 4 by M .irk ? ? I, *?? h Ich ... ? pan*/ and i i .md dealeri In feather?, a? ? ? ..... ,| upon ?? 4 I , TURKEY IKS ESEL FUG AUSTRIAN FLAG? Steamer Had on Board Italian Officer and Soldiers. Who Were Lost, Reports Say. ITALIAN REPORTS DIFFER Engagement, According to Rival Account, Resulted in Loss of 300 Moslems on Board Two Torpedo Boats. fl ion. Oct. 9.?A ? ? ? ? I ] iff. An '.' ..... . ? ' - -'-,:? ar at ? ' ? : ' ? : ? r? 8.? i with Turk ? ? : ' ' ITALV TAKES MOSLEM FGRT Warships Reduce Tobruk and Marines Rout Turkish Garrison. ? : no Turk ? ader. : I ' I Id com .at, th'-u :. aft.?r ;i abort ?? of tl The .1 the fort and h \ r-xx- Turk? to abandon the r.rt with.,,nt further i O.S. 10 END EHE WAR American flmtmsador in Con? stantin-pie Instructed by Pres ident to Exc rite Int-uciv :?. RECHID PACHA RESIGNS ? ved To Be Joi.iingj with \nie,-i( i In Her Action ? I Bands' Another i to the Powers. TENTH DAY OF THE WAR. The Arrerican Amta isa-iir ;n r. --i atantinepl? .?as 'eoorted ta h* eeived instructions to use hi? influence for the re-establ'*hment nf pasea Tn? bit? eship V'tton.) Emma-i ;->>-> f.r-?d on the fart of Tob-uk. in Bi ? -) * Ei/. Tripoli, after wheh Admiral Aubrev landed ?av?rai eampaaia? of marines, whf, overcame me re *> of the T.jrk.sh force Slid mace ? te// prisoner?. Turkish -H-/1 ces told of an 4 steamer carrying Italian solders sunk ?n the Adriatic by the guns of th? fort of St. Jean He Meri . ?. I- i1 an re? ports of the same engagement told of 300 Turks killed and two Turkish tor? pedo roats sunk. Los '? part T'irk: in Con - '? Chron I W. W. Roi skill. Ami.: ' is ir"' lence for ? an int. : ? i throu and in th? d that M Tuta. - to th? - fi . ' will .-? l '??.': ! from V Porte : ? ? - The outlook la ? ? antl-Ital ? It is '. ' ' ' ? ? which ' ' if ? ' ? 3 i I ? The ? tod I tlon. ( i ? ? i ? -, e to . || il t ? ? ,- ? . ? . -, i ? \ ' ? i ? ?? il, and In ? ,t ran ...