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10 PRESIDENT TAFT Delegation, Representing Brith Abraham, Praises Stand in Russian Treaty. RACE EXTOLLED IN REPLY jxecutive Declares U. S. Must gpread Doctrine of Tolerance _Accepts Invitation to Visit Portsmouth, N. H. a qtaff 0u*ll*B?BtB8Bt of The Tilhinr 1 yev.rly. Masa.. 0 ''? U tbe I'l-sid.-nt iv(.,i to-day thi aaauniaaa.thal one ?aadred and aevent] thcuaaad .i.-ws in .L I'nlted Btatea wlsh him well "not nh ln th* temalnder of tbla term, but L another term of laur yeara aftjr the 4th of next March." Thte assurance was ajten by samuel Kaleaky, who spoke fnr : n repreeentlng the independenl 0rd(.r .f Prith Abraham. Wbtcb talled Bt parramatta to-diy. Mr Kaleaky l Wa are on the eve of a great national .urflen We come here to see you and Mareet vou ami to accept your hoepttal* im- Hrd to wiah >"u all *uceeaa, not only ? ITtheremninder of thla term. bul for un 5hVr term after March 4 next Tbe people /.r this cr.untiv will surely re<*OgnlBe that tou d'aen-e thia We feel confldent thnt SSring rour next admlnlatratlon you w,n ?Ive to the peopl" that same falr treat ment that you have ln the admlnlatratlon 3Ut i? drawtng lo B ClO04 Order Haa 170,000 Members. Mr. Kaleaky. ref08*1?g Ie PraBtilanl Taffa denunciatlcn of the Ruaaian treaty becaure of lt-* dlacrlmlnatlon Bgalnst tbe j*ws, said: We are of the Jewiah race. aa you ktx.w. We come here as Jewiah-Amerlcan cltl ?? and aa repre*entatlves of the Varge* 'rlternal onranlzation ln the l nlted sute? The Independent Order of Brttb Abraham haa supplemented the Indepen dwit Order of B'Xal Brith. Our order wmprihea a meinberahip of 170.000 Jewe ln th* I'nlted Statea. Seventeen thouaand of Its members realde ln the Btate of Massachisetta. Our order ia intereated ln any questlon which comea up in thla country ln which the lntereats of the Jealsh people are concerned. Whenever any Questlon comes up bufore the people of the varlous- statDS or of the l nlteo State* the Independt-nt Order of Brith Abraham. powerful as lt ls, triea to aee to lt thut the Jew recelves that proper conslderatlon which he ahould racalva ln this free country of our?. Wh. r. tb* passport guaatlOB came be tore the countrv lt waa this order that took an actlre Part in its aolution. and we are pleaaed to sa> here thut tbe abro gstion of the treaty was brougbt about ty tbe Hon. Wllllam Howard Taft. I'r- B* Ident Of the I'nlted States. Y\ e woubl not bc human, we would not be doing our du-tv, ii we did not tell you how deet.iy ?t feel In our iiearts for tbe good whl.-h you hav- done us, and only becauae you l?lt It was your duty undir the Constltu tlon of this country that tbere ahould o? no dlstr.mination on account of race. color <-r creed, and that every oaa of OUT dtiien-i should recelre tbe aame treat nvnt. no matter what hls rellglon may be. Th<> (Prealdent, replylng to Mr Kaleaky I delegation, said. ln part I vt-.,| to no 01 ? n tl.e broad ccuistiuc tion ol the Conatltutlon of the I'nlted State? ano ? itutlons of the atateg ?hat aecure t'. each indivldual the rlght to worahlp G ? will. wlthoul ijues ti-,--. at I without prejudiee Of oourae. we cannol control what foreign countrie* LU we ,-an de la to i gpreaa our strong ealnlon on the s::!.j<.-t and uae tbe K'eat ii.th.- country of oui j.r-'atlge Biways has to Spread that doctrine ot l Ighta to all, wiilio'it re?ar.i to reltglon oi cn Friendly to Race from Youth. tlon in aeceptlng frotn >?? ipathetic cxpress.on, beeause I am full of gympathy with that view. I *.i? ? ughl up a I'nitarlan. We barl a i b a- the corner of xth ar.d Plum atreeta ln ('lncinnatl. Acr ?tre.-t v.as a Jewlab syriagOKUc, preslded erer bi -oi.r greataat Jewish rafe , Rabbl Wlae it was not unusual to havi our Unltarlan mlnlatar pffaach in the Jewiah Bynagogue, oi to have Rabbl wis- addrea* ua from our pulplt. Under thev- conditlona, II is not womlerful that been deaply grounded ln my nature a feellng of reaentmenl at dlscrlmir.atlon ol any kind agaln.st a Jew on account of hls reMglon How much we can do ln th?? near future ln the ma'ter of treatlea with .-tb. r coun tries, so ,-.s to elimlnate auch dlecrimlna* tlon ln th^lr treatni.-nt of our fellon eltJ aetis, I eannot tell you. We ar. golng to negotlate. and preas aa strenuoualy aa we may, and ultlmatelv our efforta will prove succeasfu). but it may tak>- a long time. Here ln Amertea we can dlreotly frevent dUscrlmlnatlot.H. Klaewher.- wi have to move by Lnfluenee and reaaonlng aad artrument. We r-annot do it by force, and you would not want us to do lt by force, but we can bring to bear every wplomatic apency. and we can also wlth bold, lf we will. Jolnlng In other treaty rwatloris with the country ln which dls crlmiriatlons are lnaiated on, untll nur Purpos* ls accompllshed. Tbe abrogatlon ii the treaty which waa aouyht by raa*> lutlons which had passefl CtSUgieaa In re aponse to popular demand. waa g natural ?t*p ln that directlon, was tak?-n ln nc cordanct wlth r.ur treaty rlght. and with Wt any obnoxloua or offenatva phraee *hich would prevent our reaumlng treaty raatlons wlth a vlew to gaining our ultl Biate pm ; .,-, CommenoB Jewiah Charities. I congratulate you on your youth and ,1gor and the spread of your memberahip, *nlch Indlcatea that your purpose.s are those that properly attract men of your race, and tbat meana energy, actlvlty and atrength. Tbat you will accumulate money 1th which to support all your poor go.-a without sa>lng. The Jewa are the moat noted i>?-opi*- ln every communlty for look ?Bg after thulr own. There are no .lewish Poor go far a* ;.nv Oentlle knows, and th* ayaf-m of Jewiah charities is as per "ert as any ayatem of that klnd ran be. President Taft is contemplatlng a trip to I'atiama to inapect tbe canal. H<- ls ireatly lmercated in the work tbe army ?ngineers und.-r I'olonel Goethala are do? lng. and lt la probable tbat after tb<- el.-.? Hon he will board a battleshlp with Mrs. Taft and leave the country for two weeka lf the trip |s nn l.-rtakt-n It will be bo POLITICAL. TO THE VOTERS: WE ASK YOU TO VOTE tdvocatei <.f aromca **ttafragc tell V<n\ tha: nien nccd not vote unless ani to. We tell you that MEN PJUST VOTE; that the franchiae is a ?a'-rt<! riuty. a itern obligation. H yoo do aol ^ay at thc polls- what wPB want, you must not cornplain of *nat ynu get. . W<;i!'l you rcftise to use thc bullet hl defence of your libcrty? uill you rcftise ? tii^r tiie hallot in orfnice of your liberty? USE THE BALL0T NOW. f?urs cannol be an HONF.ST gOVERNMENT unless all HON c^T MEN vote. Tiie man who does not vote cannot e*ll himself an honcst Amcrican citi ren We d4> not ask you to vote either Ior or against any party. THE NATIONAL ASS0CIATI0N OPI?OSED T0 WOMAN 8UFFRA0E -? W.st 3?th Klr.*t. N.w Ynm " $_? TOKT< !*__ CO*tttITTB$M lJ*mo..ratlc- Wa.t H4lh Ht.?t rro,r...ive ii0,.i Brealia. Renubllcan?4$ W..t 3Uth Ktr.et. hi MBERS cTthe CITY'S Republican Clubs Peter Wynne. Republican candldate for Congres* in th. BJBd DlBtrlct. received 'llfl ?JhaeatlM at (ir.-nimar School HA. ln Knst lloth atreet. I.eavlng there at fllxteen he hcRan to make his Way, ati.l at nlnetcen entered the postal servlce. lie Jotnerl the -V?w York Post OfhOS CNrUa' Association. tha ..bjtcts of wlil.h l.i'.lv .ire tO lmpio e vvorking coiulitlons ln the nervlce. Th. re ur. thlrty thouxand members of the natlonnl bedysaf the argeataattea, aud B,B3fl members of the New Y..ik loc.il body. The association haa v^ork.u latelilataatly and without fric tlon with the postul i.uthojrlties, all of whom take an interest In Ihe work. For tw.lve i onaecutlve yeara Mr. Wynne wbs aaanlmeealj elected presldnnt of the a'soclatlon, and devoled hla time and BSsBTgy to |ts aervlce. ln lttOT the aaaoclailon waa in.strurr.e.ntal In havlng an act paaa.d reyu latli.8 saiarleg of clerka ln the flrat and aecond rlaflfl pofltofllct-s, and lt Becured from the laat Congress an act regulutlng lh? Wi.rklnc houra of clerka. Mr. Wynne waa for two >en.rs tr.aaurer of ihe natlonal asflocUtion. and for two yeara chairman of the natlonal a.lviaorv board. Thla time he .spent ln Wftflhliu.Mi.ii and tecame thoroughly scQuainted wlth cou.litlona there. 1 his experience will be of much valufl to him should h. be elected 10 Congress. Mr Wynne r-slgned his clerk Bhip In the BIBtaflaei after recrlvlng the Cungri aalonal nomlnatlon. Mr. Wyaae haa been inter.ated In tl.an government for many years. Ho was for merly actlve In the I.epubllcan orgnnU.itloa of the Ithh Assembly Dlfltrlct. nnd later reBlded In the 3JM Asflembly Platrlet. While on Washlngton Helghts ha Jolnrd the i-t*r llng Republican Club, of wnlrh be Ib flttll a member. He now llv.a et No. 124 Featherbed I.ane, ln The Bronx. wlth one chlld. hla wlfe hav? lng recently dted. He la a BaeSBbev of the Park Republican Club. The Indep.nd.nce league has Indoraed Mr. Wynne'B candldacy. ^ All of the Ne.w York Congress district* were recentlv reapportloned, as requlre.l every t<-n yeara by the federal Conetltutlon. i and on accmint of the lncrease In populatlon | of New York City rr.oet of the new clistiirts , were mnde here. The Brrnx. however. in ateag of betag attewed ? Ceeflrreewmaa aal formerly. has be?n so g'rrj niand-reir* by Tamasaay Hnii that its terrttory ls cut np j nnd put Into dlstricts thnt embrare part of i Manhattan Ieland. Tbe 33d Oonarreae Dlfl? trlct bi glna at l&Mh fltreet. nn Ibe wst | siiie of Proapect avtnue. whlch ls tbe i aesterl] boundsry, and goes Barttl ' i Kr ?? mnn Btreat, east to Southern Boulevard ?>."? up tbe llronx Rlver, whlch Is tba eastei boundary io the city line. west te Klnga lil-lge and down on Waahlngton Hetghtfl 10 th. north "i'te '.f i.vtd streiji. arhleh ts the ein! of lt ii that s.-ctlon of the city, It ! will be not?d thnt this .llstrh' en.i l Rlrerdale, Hlgh brldge, ITnlveralty HelghU, un. Bedford I'ark and Tnnv.nt. and ls iin---o: Ihe most beautlful purta of the j rif . avilllem Henlcel. Jr. son of the leader of ths iL'th AaaSSBPly Pistrlet, la .,ne of the Taft il.-rtora He clnlma the dlstlnctlon of i'<-ln* th. yo'ingest man In the bo.ly of forty flve named for this Btate Th. re ls no lacglng In ihe .smpaign belM arranged that the President will b?- beok ln V.'ashington ln time to wrlte his an BtBBl BSBflflflflje to Congress before lt coti v-nes in Decemiei Blnee he has been 1'res.ldent Mr. Taft baa Inapected the canal twice, but last year, owlng to hl* long tour of th<- Weet, he dld not have an opportunlty to go to Panama. In two years so much prog* reoa haa been ma.ie hy the engineers that the Preatdenl ls especially anxloiiH to see the work. If the royage canr.ut b< ar? ranged before Decembcr tlie Preatdenl iuav fo durliig the Chjrlstmsa holldays, When Congress is expe.-te.l tn lak usiial mldwinter reccss CITY LOSES BIG STEEL SUIT Pennsylvania Company Oets Judgment for $227,893. The Pennsylvania Bteel f'ompany won Its w.ilt against the City of New Y.,rk yes terday for breach of eontraet in th<* cotv structlon of the QUBBBsBbore Brldge, and rec.lve.l Judgment of S2,_'7.s93 41, before Judge Hott, in the federal Dlsttlct Court. Asslstant Corporatlon Counsel Martln gave notlce of appea! lf the Unlted States Court of Appci.ls BUStSlna this verdlot, It will cancel the clty's eoonter sult agalnst the company for more than 12,000,000. The Judgment ohtalned yesterd'iy In Otodee 1216,(?)0 unpaid on the orlginal eon? traet for the bulldlnir of the brldge. $67,000 for extra work and 14."., 1W for Interest on the prlnclpal plus the extras. The BBStal v.-ork on the hrldge, accordlng to the eon? traet, was to cost 16,200,000. Followlng a serles of artlcles prlnted In The Tribune ln 1808, showlng that the yueensboro Brldge as then belng affflflted was ov?r!oaded, Mrs. Amanda AVhunck, of Brooklyn,'* member of the Allled Real ejjBrtalt Iriterests, as a taxpayer, brought Hult. r'-stralnlng the city from making flnul payment to the Pennsylvania Steel Company. Justlce Dowllng, ln contlnulng the In Jtinctlon on the appllcatlon of Mrs. Bchunck to restrain the city from mak? ing flnal payment. deelared that one of the prlnclpal functlons that accordlng to the evldence the company had falled to earry out was to bulld the brldge strong enotigh to enable It to carry ekvated rsllwsy trafflc. MARSHALL ATTACKS COLONEL Says Morgan ''Threw a Fit Into" Roosevelt in Coal and Iron Oase. Grand Island, Neb., Oct. II.?Governor Marshall of Indlana, wlio stopped here ihls afternoon on his 7,000-mlIe speaklnK tr!p to the Paciflc Coast, was applauded arhea h* Bttaekeal Colonel Koosevelt's ac tb n it. th* Tennessee Coal and Iron Com perty cas., declarlng that J. P. Morgan 'threw a flt into President Roosevelt and tlijisUPOn President Roosevelt vlolated hl- oatn f offlce as Chlef Executiv^' He also attacked Republican tarlff the orlea al a big open alr meetlng of Hall County farm.-rs. He tossed a large plece of Ensllah aulting soodH into the crowd. and with tl.e llgu.es of S New 1 *>rk 1m ,lorU.r M a bSBBS Mr Wa Att^VMbUtU' clare.1 that BUCh materlal could be l ought ln Sebraaka for less than one-half the present prlce jf the tarlff WQTfl reduced. CAN'T BE ON TWO TICKET8. Hprli.gli.ld, 111.. Oct. 18.-The Illinols Siin.eme rjjBttrt to-day denled the petltlon of the J'rogresslves to have the same OamSfl tt candldates prlnt.-.! on two or more tlcketM at the Novemb.-r eiectlon. The court upheld the valldlty of the Aus trallan tiallot law, whlch limlts candldates to one tlcket. e Last chence! To regieter! Thia ia tha laat day of regiatration. lf you have neglected your duty on the Tirst three daya, do not neglect it another minute. Do It now! Booths open at 7 a. m. PBTBB wvnnk. Republican randidate for Congress ln the Zld DlBtrlct. wagerl hy the Central Republican CTub at the Blat Assembly Dlstrlrt. Two outdn..r meet IngB ari held nlghtly at 12fith Btr.et and ?eveath avenue, in hddition t<? frequent meetlngs ln the clubhnuae. Oeorg.- W WunmnVcr. lender of the Ilth Aesemblv Diatrlet, and Joseph E Ne.1e.llv. Irnder of tbj Inth District. are bmh grest .-i.lmlrerr- of I.liu i!n. but not because II ls fWe fnshlnn among p-.iWIc men th.-se daya Their admlrattofl datrs hnck a bit further lt ?ns Beveral v?n< ag>> thnt Mr. Wan mak- r nml Mr. NeU-dly testltle.l |0 thelr BpprejrlatlM af I.ln.-nln. Mr Wanmaker secured . hnndsome engraved eepj of Lln reln'j Oettyabars ap.efh. and after pattlag lt ln an attractlve frame plac-d It o" r the roatraan m tbe meeting hall sf 'he riis ehlb, At about the san.e tlm? Mr x, |adiy preeested t,, the Ivy Republican , larga baal al Llaeela. which now reata nn m pe.i?-stai in th. reeepttoa reeea of the _ Rohcrt V Matlhewfl addr-sse.l a large , ?> tl - Madiaoa Bquars lb pal .'luh isst nlght. Tbe BBJWtlaS waa held und. r tha ? isplci ? at the R< pul lt. BB .'oun'r Cnmmli'i s. Job K Hadfsss, Reoabllraa eaadldala far raor, will be tbe rrlm Ij.hI si.aker at the ralli of the Tth AaaembU D '? ?? nlght HEOGES'S PARTING WHIRL To Visit City Districts To-night Before Starting Upstate. Job B. Hedges, the Republican candl? date for Qovernor, oa his return from bla Long Hiand trlp to-.iav wiii apend the evenlng In irlattlnf varlous .u-tri' l bead quartera <>n the Kast Ride and the opper West Blde H? will muke one set si bj i b, at the Hterllng EtJspUhliean Club, Na Ifl U'.-st 14i',th street. His tnlks nt Other headquarters will bfl more Bt IflSB ln formal. The Htat- ,-<,11111.itt.e h;if< arranged the Itinernries for Mr Hedges's toiirs up Btate for the remalnder of the campiilgn. II.- an.l his party leflkvS Wt .-huv. k.-n on a apectsl traln over the West Hhore Ilall road at 9:30 a m. Monday. The Itlnerary for the week that foUflrWfl shows where he 'will rruike Bpeeehes and the time at which be will arrlv.- at saveh plav-e. tfl only a few places Will the speeches durlug the .lii.v be mnde Ifl lialls. and ln every case they will be mnde dlreotly afler tbe ar rival of thfl candldate There will be evenlng hall BSSStlllga ln the placSfl lust iiientlf.ned each day. the party starting from there on the followlng morning. Tbfl Itlnerary follows: MONDAY. O'TtlHHR tX A M P^ Raventraw ... .io.-so. i,u?on.J.m? ion.v4.iil .11:381 b'lojretati sseaBtW.. AM P M , lloaioe . 6:00 Mlddletown . 2J7Wulton . T:J? - iniiiiltvllle . 4:(H. TUEBDAY. is.TOHER 22. ' a m ; r m t|Qn.v .10:00' Cortland .??? -'Jl Knrwich .H*6 Mamthon .4:J0 TNorwi.r. t R'hltaey Potoi ...?:?? r;reone . 1 2.1 lilnghemton . I <? ( h.-naiigo rorkfl 2:0(11 WKDNUaSDAY. OCTOBOR 23. MI ?," lyst.rshlra .12:00, Itbaoa .? ..? ??'*> 1 M WVverly . 6:.? Vsstai .12:4?> Blmlra . 8*33 OweflO . 1:'6I THIR8DAT. OCTOBER 24. Oawntaa . Br?!!^lm'inL.. siia Addls.m.10:48 rMeatdsSJB .'?'?"'' Canlateo .-.****? ' B,,a . !S 1- M. Oleari . 4:.K) Hornell .12:06 Helamanc* . TlOB Wellavllls . 16*1 TRIDAT, OCTOBER 2ft. A. Bf. l-'orestvllle .12.00 U.tle VaJlev.1?> io 1' M c: 'rauru. .10 40. Dunklrk .Il? i?xt.,n .lliiaiKalcrrfiei- . $M HATURDAY. OCTOBER 2*1 A. MI r M i,.r,s_. . !l:70,I!rockport . |:0B Lanceater .10:1B AlWan . |:M HaiHvie .ll:10[Medlna . 1:88 ),,,,... .11:.',.?. Mlddleport . I 7,ft ' ' p. m Leckpoti .i:A? Bntavla .*?*[ Nlagara Falla. 1:48 Itochester . ' '-' H'lfTalo . T:.tO The party will atay ln HufTalo over Hun day, startliiK from there on the last week's campalgn at 9:30 a. m. on Monday morning. The followlng ltlmrary wll! then be carrled ont: MONDAY. 0"T*>HITK BJ, A.MI' V M Dsnsvllle .11 IM *)eneaeo . 2:10 1' M.iAvon . 2:4.' Mt Mcrrifl . l:2ft| llo< hesUr . 8:4ft TI'KSDAY. OCTOBER 20. A M P M Falroort .10:2<>i Jordan . 6:30 rairport p M M#mpbta . fl:00 No Wee.lsrKirt... 4:51|Hyrflxuse.6:50 WBDNBSDAT, OCTOBER 80 a m r. M Hrls-hton .10:10: lieneva. IrJO . uJ J .18:10 Wflterloo . 1:10 Vlctor ...11:30 Seneca FnllB . 1:31 Csnandalrua ... 12:00 Auburn . 3:80 P, M. , Phelpa .M ?'?'' Automobile to Skaneatlea. Nlgbt m.etlng at Auburn. THI'RfiDAT. OCTOBER 81. A M I P- M Atnaterdsm .lO.SMAIbeny .18:10 Deavlng Albany at 1 a 33, on FTlday morning, November 1. the party will ar rlve here at 6 o'clock. That nlght Mr. Hedgea will speak at the blg Republican rally ln Madlaon Bojare Oarden. i OF T Mere Shift of Figureheads in Sulzer's Nomination, He Points Out. STIRS REPUBLICAN SPIRIT Welcomes Back the Increasincr Army of Men Who First Stood for Colonel Roosevelt. Job E. Hedges, Republican candidate for Oovernor* made a flylng campaign trip into Nassau and Suffolk I'nuntlea yesterday-, preaching an antl-Tammany gnapel. Although I.ong Island la recog nlzed by the Republleana as atrong Roosevelt territory, the mcctings were good onoB, better ln polnt of attendance and reaponslveness than thoae addressed by Henry L. Stlmson. Colonel Rooae? velt'a candidate for Oovernor, two years ago. The candldnte rx-gan v.lrh an early morning meetlng at Mlneola. There followed meetlnga at Hlcksvllle, Rlver h?ad, Me.ttltuck. Soutbbold anil Oreen port. I-'rom there he returned to thla clty. Jerimlah W>od, candidate for the Assembly ln Naasau County, spoke at the meetlnga there Assemblyman Oeorg.- I,. Thumpaon. of SurTolk County, the candl date for Senator ln that dlatrlct. apoke at all the meetlnga Much attention was devoted by Mr Hedges to <he Republleana who have strayed into the Bull 18*8888 f"ld. He urged them to come back and be "po llticnlly dr-cenf by taklng part ln an antl-Tammany movement through the Republican party, where thelr votes would rouitt. He said that he sonWImes thought muybc (?olonel Roosevelt hlmself was a little aorry he had left tbe party, and he was sure the voters would be If they stayed outslde and saw Tammany grab the state government for two years more. "The Rrpubllenn party haa not been un klnd to Roosevelt.'? aid Mr lledger. .'< rtlniilnsT, ht aaid I"ncl(? Bam has been a kind of ? foster father to him. brought'hlm up. educated hlm. and he waa a good son, and th?-n as a kind of n flnlsher in educatlon. ns 184*8 say. sent hlm abroad for a couple of years, wh.-re he m*t klnga and queens, prlnc.-s and princesses. tlg4-ra and et*> phanta and nejird applauae and .-v r-. thlnir. and he enme bok. and h?? aald to the old man: "rncle Sam, l hav- studled thla sociallHtlc thlng slnce I hav* I.n away, and i daa'i llke the cut of your clothea; your tioiaaera bag at th.- knee. you baren'l the lateat k>ae1atlatlc cut <>f garmenta, and l aroa'l Btand f"r it " Th* old man snld "Theodore, wa bav? done j.rettv well. ao far, havn't ?'?' Brerythlng I* cotnfortable her- " And Raotserelt aald be ouldn't Btand lt any ronger, and be did what he bad a per* f. .* rlk-bt to do Ha left t?.Id houae and up to tbRt polnt .-v.-n, I havn't im> ia-ii<ai dtfforencea wlth him. becauae lf l want to l.-ave, i am golng to leave), bul when he went out. he tnrned ba. k rjtic* 10 look at the old place. He Juat COUldn't belp it. lt waa ordlnarv. everrday hu? man nature and bdlef, ao ln hla heart of hearts b.- gave ? nttk rtgh, and then to luBtlfy hlmself to hlm?elf. he bagan thr.,wiiu: atonae through the window. and be hadn'l any rigbt to d<> that. that waan'l faJr, that tvnan't a square deal, i iwe, take lt froni ni?. tbal human \lrti.e nnd mental Inr.irriik <l<>n't lle In the banda ?.f mortal m?n for their Jus In the provld.-rice of tjed, we have labl down to us certaln rulra for living amonir ourselves, nnd lt i? nol for any living mortal Bttn tO mak.- tn* pidgment th* t.?t of nii.rai uprightne*** Tammany, aald the randldate. was an institutioii wboaa mamber* had rery largeh eohred th.- problem of living wlth oul work As u r.-sult. Tammani gor? ernm-rit wm a Inmentabl.- thlng for the state Tbe otilv tblng to t?- said ln Timi many'a fuvor waa that'Tt waa not hypo crltleal ln lt* operallons ?'Just thlnk." aald be. ' th. party lhat talks about the conatltutlon has removed a full court of Judges In Albany for the pUrPOM of putrotiagfi. Th.-y I.bv? refuaed to go Into a non-nartlsnri 'udlclsl I'laii f.,r r.omlnatlng Judges of the Court of Appeala, and laat nlght l read nt r-ar ? .-I- .- Hall a letter from 00 l*_ ?-rniro nt n mun than Austen O Fox, a stwrdv I>emorrat. who was aaked to loln an aa* sodatlon to brlng about my electlon He BBfd be would hav*, and at the same tim r.-buked men who were trylng to DB* morratfae the Courl of Appeala of the Btate of New Tork." Another Instance of the wav Tammanv played polltlea, aald Mr. Hedges. waa Its handMng of certnln phaaes of the work of the Btnte Falr at Syracuse. He con? tlntied: I am not a farmer. but I have paased the aummer wlth tnem. I want the stat* to be ln Ihe beat poaltlon to lnstruct on the economy of farmlng, polltlcally ar.d llnanclnllv. I want to take the clutoh of Tammany off the agrlcultural schools of tha State of New York. Why, up here m MoiTiMvllle the other day two new trusteea were establlahed and named hy the Oovernor only bueause they were Detnocrata. During; Hughea'e tlme at the great faJr at Byracuse. the object lesson of agrlcultural Interest In the State of New York, he devlsed a plnn wherel.y flfty boya from each town, farmera' aona nnd hlgh achool ntudents, ahould be sent to tbla falr at public expenae to 08808*8 and learn and be lnatrueted; and thla paat year out of a hundred, wlth the azeeptlon of flvw, every appointment waa made condltlonal on the boy belonglng to a Iiemocratle famlly. I haven't any ob tectlon t? raJalng the moral tntelllgenre. of^a Democratlo famlly. but I don't care to do It at the expenae of the Btate of New York; lt aoaln too much money. The meanest thlng Tammany ever dld. though. *ald Mr. Hedges, waa to turn down Dix for renomlnatlon nft.r he had served Murphy falthfully. But Tammany "took the precautton to keep on the tlcket the State Knglneer and the State Con iroller, rather Important offlces. One ap proi.rlatea the warrant, the other anya what may be put In It for work done." Th" candidate will make another trip on I?ng lalnnd to-day. thia tlrne along the Bouth Shore. SEIZED AS BLAOK HANDERS PhyBlcian Accuses Another Doctor and Two Vetorinarians. Dr. Vlto Plppara. of No 690 Morrla ave? nue. The Hronx, appeared ln the Morrts anla court yesterday aa the complnlnant ngnlnst Dr. Nlcolo Hrunorl, of No. 185 Morrls avenue. and Olullo Coriwi and aiuaappa Oaspare, veterlnary anrgeon-.. also living Bl No. 590 Morrl* avenue. Dr. I'lppara charged the prlaonera wlth extor tlon. afBgaalialB Frescht held the defand anta ln $3,000 ball each for examlnatlon next Monday. Dr. I'lppara toid the Maglstrate that te cently he had been recelvtng threatt-nlng lettera demandlng aVBA These notes W?ra all algned "Iron Hand." and said that lf the money waa not forthcoming the physlclan'a three-year-old aon woild ba munlered. Dr. Plppara conaulted hls three frlenda. he said. and Oaapare toid birn he ha.1 recelved a almllar letter and had aettled for $70. Oaapare advlaed Dr. Itppara to do the aame. On Thuraday nlgbt. Dr Plppara aahl. the three priaonara demanded that h* n>ake the flrat payment of $200 on a lump eum of $4,000. He toid them. he alleg-a, to come back for the money later Wh n they did they w*re arreated by detectlvea. IN REPUBLICAN SPLIT Democratic Nominee Says He Is Certain Division in Party Will Elect Him. HAS HEADED ALL REFORMS Charges Progressives with Stealing His Thunder?Bull Moose Orator Olosed Up When Bands Appear. [From a HtatT CorreRponlent of The Tribune. 1 Troy. N. Y.. Oet 18.?Representative Wllllam Sulzer, candidate for Oovernor, and Martin II. Glynn. ex-Controller of New York, hls rur.uilng rnate on the De_8C1*atk tlcket, left New York for thelr tour of the state ln search of votes this morning at 9 o'clock frorh Track 23. The soft aplendor of a perfect Indlan aumm.-r day sur rounded thelr deaailllie with the mMaO ausplclousness which Ileaven bestow.-d on 4)s.-ar S. Straus when he atarted his upstate campaign and on Job K Hedges when he made hla flrat dash Into the re glona above Bpuyten Duyvll. The reople ot the. Emhre State reflectcd tho anme cordlal feelmga this evenlng on hla arrlval ln this clty. After dlnner at the Rensselaer Hot.-l the candidate was escorted to St. Joa.-ph's Hall. ln Soutji Troy, by a cheering throng of nearty tlve thousand persdris. b.-ld to tbe pttob of enthuslnsm by no r'ew.-r than s.-v.-n bands of mu.ilc and two drum corjis, which Btoii away the audI<-no- of Arthur Tiidcn Eagan, Progreaslve orator, who was ad dreaslng a meetlng at Rlver and Fuiton atreeta. Mr. Karan araa talklng from the platform of the great movlng van which has carrl.id tbe flrat division of the Bj_g e.piadron of tho Bull Moosu atato com? mittee through thlrty countles slnce II l.-ft New York ou August 1, but the un falr compotitlon of the muslc forced Mr. BBgaa to flhut up pbop and watch the procesalon wlth the rest. Would Ba Beat Governor Since Tilden. Introduced by Seymour Van Santvoord, legai atfrJaer of Qewenaor i>ix. Mr. Suizer spoke on proetlcally every plank In the Democratic platf'.rin, laying partlcuiar emphaals on hls love for tbe workingniaa. He said that be was a frlend of the army nnd af the navy, aiul assured hls hear-.s thnt. lf electcd, ho would try to make tiie beat Governor this state bad <-ver seen sin.-e the bletorl daya of Baniaal J. Tilden. Troy was the tenth place r>n th. flrat day's arbedule. bul only tbe third blg enough to demand Indoor meetlnga. Poughkeepsle. whei.- the candl.latcs were welcomed by nearly one thouaand i [soaa ln the Opera House, end Hudson wh.-re the Clty Hall held six hundr. 1 llstenera. were tiie other two. At the I other atops Mr. Bu_ r i.l.lressed tbe cltl . zcns elther from tiie rear platform of hls j speclal car, Iolantbe, or from tfn Impro rlead platform at the station. Theae tea. mlnute atops Lncltlded Tarrytown 0 i-ig, I'eeksklll, Cold .Sprlng. Flshklll. .'hajhari, aad R< naaelaer. The i-n.n-.b varied between \Vj and ."??>. hii'I unbunlened a fnlr amount of enthn iluuou. . <_?liiertn?; tbe ililtlcullles of plat? form .-ampatgnlng. Mr. Sulzer toid nearly atary oaa of his aiaUaaeaa laal be was not uiiiklng partlaun ipaeehBB In tbls cam palga, and Ladeed be dld nol one* during the day mentlon dlrectly <>r indbwetly an ot hls oppoui ll*? Mr. Olynri, however. took a crack at boln I'r.-alej.-rit Taft aad I'olo.icl RoOBe \cli, though he ta_$reffOd tbe latter out .. f r. rpect r?,r the olon.Ts condition. Mr. Olyaa'a raferitioa to iba head Ruii Ifooae waa aotJverod bafora thi peopte <>f Chat* baaa Ha aald: ln thia canipiiiK'i Mr Rooaevelt la the candidate of himself. I should llk* to any a lot of talnga about -Mr Rooaevelt, but tbe aaaaaela'a bullet, whleh lald m low tbe other dny prevents our atta-i ing hlm untll he 0888*88 back In ihe game agaln. Republican Split Will Elect Him. Mr Sulzer'a reaaon for not emphasi/nik pulltics was dlffeient from that given b> hls i'rogresslve 0$spoaaal wbi.n be began his tour ot the state. Mr. Stiaus ic fr.ilii.-l from golng Into ihe subje.1 b> caUBe he pn)feased to be no pollticlan, but Mr. Sulzer explalned that b.i wiih so con lldent of wlnnlng that any partlsan dlacus Hlon was unncc.ssary. What be charac tt-rlzed as the split ln the Republican party was tbe maln polnt on which the I'.-inocrutlc nominee reat.-d this co*Ji dence. He congratulated half of the R. - P'.il.li, aiie. at any rate, on thelr fearless n.-ss ln so far living up to the convlctlon that the party had failed to redeem Its j ledges that tbey were wllllng to belp de? feat lt. To lha people of I'eeksklll he aald If I had alwaya been a Republican; lf I always Intend.-d to be a Kepubli.-^n. I would vote the I lemocratlc tlcket thla year to rebuke mv party becauae it had Bol kept faltb with tbe people. Tbe Re? publleana promlsed you four yeara uK" that th.-y would reduce your tartfT tnx.M on the neceasarles of llfe but they have fulled to keep the promlse, and to-day every man. every woman, every chlld ln nll Amerb'a feels the plnch of po\-erty on the neceasarles of llfe. lf any of fOB doubt It. ask your wife, and if any of you haven't got B wife I am sorry for you. Turnlng hla batterlea on hla other enemi.-s, the i'rogresslves, Mr. Sulzer nc cused them of steallng hla thunder. He was back.-d nobly ln thla attack by the candidate for Lleutenant Oovernor. who thua Introduced hlm to the audbmce at I'oiighk.-epsle: For 4iovernor we present to you the greatest progreaslve of progr.sslvcs of the last twenty-llve y.-ars Not satisfl.d wlth Ht4'aJlng the prlnclpiea of the Demo? cratic party, the third t.-rmers have stolen the real name of the 1 >. mocratlc party? the Proejreeefra party. Haa Headad Every Reform. Taklng up the aame theme, Mr. Sulzer said: I challenge any Progreseive to mentlon any reform be ls now advocatlnff of which I am not elther the author or have been the ardent edroeate during ray twen ty-three years ns your ropr*Mn_treo Iti Albany and Washtngton. At aeveral of the meetlnga to-day the candidate paid h1? PBaaa*188 to the women In the audlence by saylng that when they w.-re wlth hlm he could not loae. The rompllmsnt waa not always returned, however. Aa he left the traln at Fough keepsle a atattdy beauty 8om Vassar, who looked as lf Bbe could eaet a ballot wlth great vlgor If she had one, took the candidate ln wlth a glance. and, turnlng to her companlon. remarked: "Well. 1*88 glad Im golng to vote for Hedges." _ _ Important! Tha electlon! You want to help aattle th* problama by your vote. To vota you must regiater. To day ie your laat chance to regiatar. Ragiatar at one*. Booth* op*n from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. You will find your r*gi*tration plac* in the papera. STRAUS ECLIPSED BY "Great Pitcher Making Best Showing," Crowd Tells Bull Moose Manager. NOMINEE TALKS ALL DAY Warraly Welcoraed by Audi ences-He Attacks Sulzer and Refers to Ex-President as the Great Cleveland. (Krom a Stan" Correspondent of The Tribune. 1 Dunkirli. N. Y., Oet I-. "Whe La mak? ing the beat showing in this county?" Oflkad the manager of Oi^car S. Straus as the Bull Meoea special pulled Into Knl coner, chautnuqua County, to-nlght. "Hugh Redient," came fl chorus of volces Ifl answer, and the Progresslve candidate icallzed llial he was up agalnst the tough est opposltim. of his trlp. Tlie cltizens of ralroner and imieed of aii Chsartflnqjus County -are clubbing together to glve an automo. ile to thelr dlstlngulshed pit. hlng townsman, and until the coming of Mr. Straus the world's serles had been the only ISflBJfl onMdered. Tlie candldate BAfldfl them forget the Red Sox for one nlght at least. Falconer was enthusiaattc nnd .lam.-stown, only two mlles away and a stronghoid of Bedientlsm, gave him a besrtJT wlcome. A Swedlsh Lutheran mlnlster, the Rev. Felix B. Hansen, introdured Mr. Straus. and a large proportion of the thousand men in tho audlenco was of Scandinavlan extra'tion. Mr. Straus was ln touch wlth his audience from the etart and cheera folk.wed so closely on tho heels of hla remarks that he had dlfflculty ln crowd lag his speech Into the short time I.llott.-.i. Dunklrk, ln the same county. was the scene of the flnal meetlng of tha day. Leavlng the hall, Mr. Straus Just man aged to catch the Twentleth Century DlmltPd truln. whlch was stopped by order to pick up his private car, so that he mlght register ln New Tork to-mor? row. He will ftnish hla upstate cam? palgn to-morrow night wlth a speech in liufti.Io. Most of hla attentlon through? out the day wa.s devoted to Willlam Sulzer. "1'ngrateful are the bossea." he said. "They have to pralse the admlnlstration of Dix while they throw Dix down. Now they have taken Mr. Sulzer. V.'hat for? To bllnd you. They are golng to try the ajaaae over agaln." In answer to the charge of Mr Sulzer that be had been afflllaffll with Tam? many. he dedared that "Mr. Sulzer. tlnds fatilt wlth me because I was once Mlnls? ter to Turkey under that great President ebeas admltdrttratlon is to-day the glory of the eountry. 1 was sent to Turkey by i tartrflf I lcvel.uid. Is blfl memory so short and his cOJBafltonoa so olunted as to char ?Cterlae the great CleAeland as Tammany iiair Ton wiu reraaenher how he fotight Tammany Hall and Tom Grady, its spokesman ln Albany, and how Tammany 11.11 thwarted many of the great rafonna that that great President put forw.ird. I am against Tammany Hall. because I was brought up ln the school of .'Icve land." I'ommentlng 8B hla opponents remark thnt he bellev-d in the "old lntegrlties ?nd new humnnltles." he said: "Now, what dn.'S he meali by Old lntegrltles? He rrmana Tammany 11,.11 " When Mr Str.'us Imarded the traln for KeW Tork he bed good reason to call It a day. In addltlon to his nlght BBSSt Ings. he had made sj.eecUes at I..-ro>. Osnaaaa County; vTarsaw and Perry, Wyomlng County, Frankllnvllle and OlSfln and IsaaBBBannB Cattaraugus County, LAWYERS_ FOR HEDGES Joseph H. Choate Heads Li3t of 1,600 Members of Bar. bj( . tli.m L3BI lawyers, Including some ,,f th-- mofll proeainent memhers of the hur. have ilgned tlie followlng declara tlon The andenigned membera of the Bar ?.f the City of NOS Yoik, appreciating the ablllty,' Independence -ind mtagrity of their fellow member ef the bar. Job K. lle.iges warml) indorae hla candldacy for th,- Qovernorahlp of thla atate and hereby aaaoctate themaeivea together as a coaa mlttee to advoeate aad asatSl in his eiec? tlon to that ofllce. Thore will be a public meetlng next week fOf the organlzatlon of the Job E. Hedges taSwyere* Club. A banner will be rsiaed and a blg rally planned for hy the oiKinlzatlon. Chartea H. DevtSOn, a member of the committee engageil In organlzlng the movement, received the fullowiriir. l.-tter: Naumkeag, Stockbrldge. Mass., Otrtober U, 1912. Deei Mr. Deviaon: Certainly put asy name on the lawyers1 committee to lrv dorae Mr Hedges for (T-overnor. I am all for Taft and Hednea, and con stder their Buceeea of Inunenaa Importance te the esuea ot' law and order and the Conatltutlon. foura v.-ry truly. Jt.SKlMl li CHOATE. Ansten O, Kox, who ls out of town, also ?ent a letter. Among those who have Bagned tln- In.lorsement are the fullowing: Delos McCurdy, Th'-ron (l. Strong. M. Dliin Hru.e, James R. Sbefileld. Herbert L. Satterl.e. Bronson Wlnthrop, Charles K Rushmore, Chartea Stewart Davlson, Davl.i Kunisey, Matth.-w C. tfemlng, Henry W, Tuftr Robert N. Kenyon, Jx.uis Marahall. Jablsh Holmes, Alexander T. Maeon, Willlam H Wadhams, Qoorgs W. Phllllps, Jr.; Cnmillus ii. Kl.lder. Tracy II iiarru, Arthur S. Hamlln. Anson Beerd, Chaae Mell.-n. W. A. Remington, Vlfr.-.i B. Dninien. Kdward W. Harils, Vlctor W. Cuttlng, Charles Hulkley Hub bell, (b-orge ZabrlBkle, Alfred Kly, Henry Hog'ert Clark, Lawrence B, Coh.-n. Ueorge R. Adaf?i W. T. Washburn. Hubbard Hi-tnitickson. Robert I). tle.sweln, Ben j.imln F. Kraft. Albert W. V.-nlno. John French, (i.-orge P Hotallng. John S. Kelth, Burchaid [jutcher, John W, l-'ar ouiiai. ijeorge New.U Hamlln, Willlam B, Hala. OtJa s. Carroll, Arthur Smlth, John S. Davenport Fellx J.-llenlk, Mor? tlmer Brenner, Frankiin H Miiis, Samuei Bjehwartaman, lo.iaar bf. Bousa, Benedlct M. iiniiii'ii. Frank Parker I'fford, J. Woolaey Shepard, B.-rn Budd, "f, Leon Shelp, Oeorge C. HoWSrd, John 8. Bezel, Duncan Kdwards, H.-nry C. Bryan, Ed war.l H. Neary, Jr, and Montague Lea aaar. FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and our organization combining a world-widechain of 1S5 OFF1CES, experenced staff of assistants, in terpreters, etc, compiete equip ment and facilities of every kind, acquired during 71 yeara' practical work in auch a manner that we can render better service to travelera, than they can obtain elsewhere, whether traveling individually or in associated parties. Kvery requislte for the Irav eler st all our nttl.-es. Rallroii.l ano steamer tl.-ket* l? all l.lnes, Traveler*' < he.|iie? anil forelgn money, hnunuar ln?ur snee, (julde honUs, etc. Kstl mntes auil pluns for t.nirs. THOS. COOK & SON. ?4,1 Broadwaj (opp. < Ity Hall/ 2H4 llfth Ave. <<<>r. 18th Bl.) ?:.3 Fifth Aie. (near JHtli Bt.l ZAt>0 Br.iadway (near HSlh M.1 Tells Union League Club That Government Is Threatened. BARNES EMPHASIZES POINT State Leader and Mr. Hedges* Invoke Spirit of Patriotism at Meeting. Attacks on the Amerlcan form of gow?i ernment whlch would ultlmately le?d te' Ita overthrow if succeBsful were aet ovS) as the great lssuee whlch the Republtcaf' party has to' meet ln the present cam?! paign by Wllliam Barne9, Jr., Job Hedgee and other speakers last nlght before flve hundred members of ihe Unlon League Club and thelr frienda in the assembly; room of the organlzation, at Fifth aveV nue and 88th Btreet. A telegram from Elihu Root, regretting that he was unableV tfl attend ln person, lald partlcuJar otrese on the point that lt waa for the very" purpose of preserving the I'nlon under' tho Constitution that the club ltself was formed. Tha tolegram read: I regret excesslvely my lnability to aN tend the me.iting of the club thia evenlngv Sinee the club was organized to ald lnf preserving tho Unlon "under the Con.itltu tlon thero has been no other time like thia> wh.-n the prlnclplea we profaas BO itupera ' tlvely demand vlgorous and unlted a tlon, for our whole system of constltutlonal freedom and order is attacked. Us BflUBBJ in the respect and willlng aJleglance <>C the people I.) belng wenk-ned. and It vvlll ko linmi u~ es? it ls actively supporterl Bf those who belleve ln government undei* the restralnt of deelared principbs as BD posed to the sway of lmpulse, the rulfl ef U4W rather than the rule of man. "It ls vltal that every voter BtM ' clenrly understan.i." said Mr. Batn-s. th flrst speaker, "lhat WB ire Iivitu,' time when the comph-te overthrow ..f ihe Amerlcan form of K'-vcrnmcnt Ifl tl ened. I*ew last sprlt e: l.<-llcv.-d th.-r- ? x Isted anything more thnn an BSbrsst BgaJB)8t c.-rtaln petSOna and envy >.f materlal belonKlnxs of others, nnd that the fire whlch had beetl stait-d Ifl B8 .vav was dlreeted agaxuial the h'?:s.- ..f lndlvidual OPfJMM tunll y nnd tlie Amo polltical structures. but th.-re was m.r.-lv a contest on at Chlcago bfltWflOB two ln divlduals for- the Pr'-si'l.-ntial n.'mlna tion." Tlils vlew was short Btgbtfld, Mr Barn.-s w.-nt on, and the voter has slnce lie.-n conf.nnted wlth the reniizatl.m that the republic is t hr.-.it.-ued wlth dlsintepi ation. He then took up his own ? on.luct ln th<) polltical counolls of thfl pfllty, Bflylng that no act of his eould ba iiefSstr.i aa beaa Ism, but that all of his a ts have h.-.-n to keep the BepuMican Pfllty st.-adfast to the falth of uphoMiiiK the BjOTernraeBt under the Constitution Job Hedges, who arsfl introduced as th<? next speaker. told <>f i omlng fresh t his tour tipstate and flf the 8B>SOUraglng slsjns he B8W there for the BUCCBBB of the> lU-publican partv. H.- as well pluntred into the l.ro.nli-r theme of tiie m.-anlng ef the Constitution and the assaults upoa it ln the present ?ampalgn. Alludlng to the Roosevelt movement, h*? went on to say that aome persona hava a tendency to follow a personallty ln urder to reglst.-r an approval of what he savs not for ltself, but slmply as a neira tive to what someboly BBBB iy in favor of. He then told of a mlnlsterial Bull Moos*| frlend who gave twenty-six minutes to', taiking against Barnes, and only four-1 minutes to a theoretlcal dtscussion of tha dlfference between polltical doctrines. Willlam M. Ivlns was the next speaker. 1 He said thnt the vast bulk of the people! f vote for shibboleths am! party symbols and* that there ls not one eaae in a thousand in whlch real reasoning, such as appliea to business, ls ever brought to bear BBJftM the dlscussion of polltical problems. He said that no system has been dis coverea to take tiie place of tiie partv, system In politlcs, and that a man must bfl a parttsan or a cipher. He des.-ribed tho Prosrressives as men who had everythlng to grumble at and nothlng to approve of, Kathered Into a party By a proxramme that contalns no lndication of progreas. but atms at the uprootlng of all effldenc present lnstlttitions. m map out state campaign Democrats Meet Here?Mack Pre dicts Victory by 300,000. The campalgn executive coinmitt.-, ?? the Democratic State Committee ni-t BWB> terday at the HotH Kjiickerbnckcr fo. a confergnce on the situation. Thfl commit? tee dlvided the state tor camp-lKn PU*> pOflBB Into twenty-tlve .llstrlcis. aaaagntag one to each member of th<- i-ommitt.-, and the members plBBalfli thetuseivs to work with the county chairman and the c.mmltteemen to turn out a full DaBBB I cratlc vote | Normnn ? Mack said after the meeting that he was confldent (lovernor Wilson would Barry the state bv WAjm, while the Republican vOte would break Bvea wlth that east for the Progresslve partv. , Bell and Wing By FREDERICK FANNING AYER Ahsorbiiig. astoundlng, insplriug, haffling.?Londun Aiademy. Powcr and orlglnnllty.?Cork Examiner. A great work.?Boston Herald. MarkH of genlus constantly.?Troy Rscord. A waallt of Ideng.?Boston Traiucript. Genuine agplratlon and power.?Occult Rerietr, EnoUtnd. Near the stars.?Portland Orcgonian. Aatotindlng fertlllty.?Brooklyn Timeo. A strlklng book of verse.?Boston Post. Q. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, PubilaharB, N. Y. Prtca $2.50 1 '