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WAR HORRORS TOLD
BY MISS MORGAN (?v. Burned Village .?ml Talked with Mother ol Slain Youth. FRAN-.- WELCOME TO HER PROPERTY THERE \nnctto Kellermann lose* S.u kasp m (umruin Bank Reif* s w* Hones Hi '. ? raaillea, .1 for h m? r Frame? from -. mpanied by i th. - a a a 1 Mi? Morgan ai'?l ? Rain* motored lo > ,' l-, ??? hut Kordeau? - exeep ? , bol . Germans .. .1 no t' n inebriety >P ? bul rather ?ruc ?? the prefeet .... two ? .1 bj ? ?; only ?\fter the Ger urned the city -? n oui and . her'? ft to popula losed really ? . moi I hei ? ? hnd ?wo . I ha1 sh? ?V -, (OUTl feel that Ge? [t Is . li il ? - ? : ??? '" la mands "" allf? i.ftcr .... . M '.? ? nvest?-d all . -. rraan Unk. i 1 . , te work I mov? ? ? '-.. j. ,| tip i Fi -nid. "hnii ."n ? K - i the fo i ommission or . as I ?am hat I ?a; mr.ee. ? - : German . Her ? ?MAN HOUSEWIFE WINS DESPITE WAR Pays One Third Less for Food than New York, Hamburg List Show. ? ?tac?--, German eceived h? r* b; Fei ? 170 Chamba ? ? ir m the adver? . and ? ; .n.iii :? P! ? ? I ? ving pound ai : ? unit, would in Sep I l foi ' ? - ? would ? chile ;. similar retail market Eh nine of . draper in . ? Only rive both . ? Wl11 Open Catholic Baiaar. mder . ept-r ill be < ardtnal live. The VVi ' days. ri in TANNER TO MAP CAMPAIGN Wadsworth Will Confer with New State Chairman. ?' ?*??*< anner, the nr? ebair? msn ?>t the Republican State Commit II retam *o tlir city to-morrow and ?rill ?tan at once to map oui the! plana for 1 \\ H adaworth dropped n t.. al ?Ute headquai Ui - day. luit 1oui?,| ha hi?? out of town. Mr Wadaworth will have * conference when he returns Wednesday fron? Gel tyaburg, where he urn; !n.?>t night to veiling of the monument Ibera to his ?rrandfather. ?The unveil ine atrinf will be pulled by th.- nine?. >esr old son f the Republican candi ?late tm the I nit oil State?. Senate Tho following latter from Herbert. i araona, who baa nlv. a\ i born .1 ..tronar anti Barnes nun. \.-,.. <,.,,. ?? Chairman l minor yeaterday: "'' on? '* '" be 1 ongratulated on be 1 ??(?niinsr n state chairman von have mj ongratulation*. 1 wish von ?moi? suc reaa In ihr offlro. It ,? ? dificulta wear? 1 uaually thanklesa task. Lei me know ol any way m which I can aid I dim of thoaa who have ?believed that the welfare ??f the part; required a riian^r from the preceding state] ead< rahip. I should like to assure those ' wh?. do not know you as well as I do' thai you arc not a Harne? mar., that no one is your boa*, an,! that While you ?re on ; 1 |ob ? g party will be in ?i,) energetic hands/' Republican County Committee "' ?neel for reorganisation un.Irr the law on Tuesday night. Samuel s \. mi, .?ill ??? ,-,.., 1,.,-t, ,1 chairman. PRIMARY VOTE IS COUNTED AT LAST Tabulated Returns Show Close Contests in City lor Republican Candidates. ilated primary returna from the five countiea in New York City we*e sent to the Secretary of State by the, Hoard of Elections laat night. It ? t time that complete figure* for any other offices than (Jovernor and United States Senator had been available. In view of the rlo?en? the vote throughout the state on Licu tenanl Governor, Secretary of State. an'l Attorney General on the Republi dc th?> vote for tho*e nomina partictilar interest. Bdward Schoeneck carried th< for Lieutenant Governor by l< over Prank S. Sidway. Heacoek ear? ned Queens and Richmond. On up? state return* this would reem to asyure Schoeneck'a election. rt E. Woodbury carried the city ?tto ne? <" neral by 7.000 over Ed? ward K ()'Malley. lie carried every county. ~< w'u die indicated upstate - returned .1 winner. Francis M. Hugo ?,-- : 1 ty if - than h?d ? d. William 1?. Cunning ham gol a heavj rote in The Bronx. Th? figun nations, ex ? or and United states Sen? ator (which have already been print ed . v. her?- there was a real tight are: I.?1.1 TENANT GOVERN! >R. P?g - N'u Y01 ',. 1 092 T 121 I1.S4M 10 W! l.?.*j2 .??_"> S.0I4 13,688 -'i IT S I Rl ?R ? 01 - VTE. Sew Yoik - . 'II. " 4VI8 !'.?'. 1 7. j.-,4 .1 ; 321 N?.T : ..;? i.:j9i .?TT< 'KM V GENERAL S< ? Yorl . 7 ?71 10.623 . ;.j"7 lo.i ?j ' . . :.!??? $1 . ?. - M7 . 2.822 31 122 ' ? iNTROl LEB : I '.'..: 17' ? ? The 1 the Pro? gressiv? Mew York < oui trhile Davenport and Sulzer com h:ned re? '>.'<U vote?, none of the can other state offlceg, nil of whom were unojipo.-ed, jjot more than 1,300 votes. In Kings thi combined'Suiter and Davenport vote uns 4,186, while the candidate! ?Tor other officea cot from 3,700 to 3,900 ? ? in the Democratic ticket, the candi? dates for the other offne- on the or ?ranization (Murphy) tickel gol from :. ? ?.... to I, ;'iar' '?"?' ernor Glynn in Mew York County. The candidat?' on the Hennesa) ticket gol lo 2.000 lesa than he re loi n '? ar ?. 1 unnii | foi "V . Court ol ?.ppeals, bout the same vote againsi Sam lurphy ran thi ' on.? ei got. Prohibition party casi few vote? . in th?- five counties. William Sulzer, their candidate for Governor, got 57 , m Manhattan, W in Rings, 2 in The j 30 m Queens and 85 in Rich-: mond. MRS. DITSON GETS ABSOLUTE MVOR'? Coati Awards Her .Minion? of $3,600 a Year Husband Makes No Fight. Patchogue, M. v.. Oct, 3. Mrs.' . Waiden Ditson, a pretty hru ,\n granted an absolut? decree of divorce from her husband, Jame? Edward Ditson, of Uoaton, a nephew of Charlea H. Ditaon, the muaic publisher, ,,i B K.i<t 8 lth si . \'<w York, bj Jui w :,ii,-, ? Jayci x m th.- Supreme 1 ...ni here to-day, Oil on, who inherited 11 .nun'' 1 . :, dollars ?1 Ihe death of hit grandfather, Oli er Ditson, ol Bi ,? ]??:. did H"' ?tronglj cont< l ..un but want? d Mrs. Ditson to to alim?n) amounting to ?1,000 a ? ??huh amounl hi has been paying hi r ?nc, Bhe began her action in Brooklyn !.,., lune. WM Dil ion ?aid ?he could thi ?m., however, and I the court to award her an in? come of several tim< mount judge Jayeos 1.wed hei ?$8,?S00 judge Jaycoj granted the divoi. thitSdeni? ..1 detect? Mr; , ?1 hired, who testified to having ?? ,0 ?he Hotel York, in ., :iV, last May, when he 1? al .., ; , i.,-, n accompanied by .. ..? told H"- eouri lhai I.? w? ,,!,. to draw on his principal, O.000 which waj bein? ,.|,1 in trust, bul thai I minga ol ?h? estate netted him .' ? y???"; and have been e,.aiate.. since r??t?r, when Mra. l?,t?on went to ?"?re with her parent, at Cedarhur.-t, Long I M'COMBS, IN DOU TO DECIDE TO-I Democratic Stale CI mansh.p Situation Ni Up to Wilson. HIS REQUEST VVOUI FND DIFFICUI National Chairman Does Want Place, but Would Pol President's Wishes. William r. McCombs had praet "" Wtd laa! niKht that h? weal ? " I pi th? chairmanship of the I cratie Sim?* i ommittee. He stu this attitude in -pitr of the ur of William Church Osborn, the ing chairman, hh.i Governor C rhe Governor made him promis? ?? er, t!,Ht he would think it ove ??" ?hei twent) four hour?. In meantime pressure will be broug i "m n number of sources. '' belle? ? .1 thai nothing she ?i personal request from Pi ? Wilson will induce him to ?haue mind. If nch ;. requesl ahoul he '?<>nl.l l.,. m a poaitir Bak the suppon of the administr at ..very ?ten in th" campaign f-> of ?lovernor Glynn. Mr. McCombs <li?l not j?'?' the i.lrnt when he was in Washington day, luit ha.) u ia|v ?ith Postra General Barleaon. When he got on Friday nighl h? wenl at on< the home of Mr. Osborn, ami talked until t?r into th? nicht. terday morning Governor Glynn ? his appeals t hr. t Mr. McCombs n? t''i.' burden a.f the campaign, in Kp.l it over for several houri Mr. (?shorn in the Govemolr'a a] mt-nts in the Vanderbilt Hotel. (? iiv.ny to think it over, Mr. McC< r. turned to the Yanderhilt in thf ternoor an?) spent an hour with Governor before he took the 4 o'( tri in fur Alhanv. The national chairman said he c his waj clear to take th?- i chairmanship, hut th?' Governor ? him to think it over fair a little !.. anal let him know nv telephone t?.-d "I have practically made up my r not to accept the -int.- chairman si "ai.! Mr. McCombs after he ha<l left Governor. "I do n?>t >c. how I cai burdened with the ?letails of the ? ??impaign on top ol m> duties ??. tonal chairman. The Ctrhgress - tion i* going to take much of my I tl .-ugh?. I told Mr. Osborn and 1 repeated it to Governor Gl to-.!a>,." Mr, McCombs thinks the ehairn ship would ko to an upstate man. K n' Mi. (?shorn is ?,rm in his ?leterni tion not to accept another term, McCombs tl n,k- thai othpr men ra be ohtaine.1 to manage the campa In that connection the name of t ha E Treman, of Ithaea, has been -ugg e?i again. He was Hated for si chairman to manage tne campaign Governor Dix, but hail to retu?e cause of bail health, and the place ' taken by Winfleld K. Huppuch. (ico R, Van Namee.'assistant secretary. al*o been sugges.te?l. Mr. McCombs thinks that if it a possible foi him to issue a statem placing President Wilso.i beyond shadow of doubt on the side of G ernor Glynn's right it would do as mi for the campaign as he could ?lo 1, self. It ha- been reported from Wa ington that the Pr?sident would sen personal letter to Governor Glynn. 1 i' has. not been .sent so far. The letter ?>f indorsement recen by the Governor from Secretary Di lels of the Navy Department ! pleaseil the Governor immensely, said he understood there was one fr another member of the administr?t! waiting for him in Albany, but would not say who it was. It is understood that Judge Morg J. O'Brien has promised to take active part in the campaign. He a Senator Robert F. Wagner and Senai George A. Blauvelt went over plan? f the campaign with the Governor, ? McCnmbt and Mr. (isborn III McCombl advised the Governor ra on Ih? stump and not wait on - and a ha H< ^aid he thought ? at ipa ?!? aloni nei limilar tl. . : ? ? itiona campaign c?; ducted ?? n 191- would i.? mc effective., .? bat i.e though! tl - dem Democrats led by John A. lie nessy in the primary campaign ?roil do. Mr. McCombs replie?!: "There il only on? thing they can d that is -upport the ticket." In opposition to this one of the i dependent leaders .said last night th while he wa.- positive thai Mr. He I would not run as an independe! candidate tor Governor against Go erooi Glynn, Hennessy would not sui ,.,,? ? ? . ? ?eket. 1 he Hennessy peopl said, believe they capture ft) members of the state con , be) SB) ' .i ? ihoWS cnou?; I ! p] -, ? ntiment in the state ? defeat Governor Glyr.n. They pis uftei t1-?' campaign to open hand.rial ier.- somewhere and form the ant Murphy members ot the state eommii nto 'he r.eucleus of an orgarn;.? tion to .;ePp fighting Murphy as long a he necessai jr. TO PROTEST "L" INVASIOf Citizens to Hear Explanatioi of Suicide Remark. Protest ajminsi the "invasion" ?? Brooklyn Hills. Brooklyn M?.noi M .., .; ... . .: and K;? hm ?nd Hill by tb? Krooklyn Rapi?! rranall ? ompany which purposes building an elevate? railroad through them, has inspire??; large m??e*.ing. to he held in Dauer'i Richmond Hill, to-morrow nighl Fitzhugh Lee, of ?2? Bergei lamaica, till give bis reasons foi ng that "there ..ill be one buicidi oui . pe'.'.le who ""' " tbeii CO ..-?'li." MOVE TO^AVERT STRIKE Embroidery Makers Said Tc Be Ready to Meet Workers. Benjamin Schlessinger. president ?j the International Ladies' Garment Workers' I'nion, who headed a ??nn Tin':.... which wenl to Horough Preai> den I Marks las! week to ?? il thi tened ?triki ol 12,000 worken ?gains? the Amesican Embroid? Manufacture! ' Association ..uld he averted, said yesterdaj thai th? ri.ill?.II had agreed to tl.eel ;, Commit? tee representing 11 ?> ? - worker.-. Mr. Schlessinnr .-aid he would try I > have the conference with the repre? sentatives of the association ?>n Wednesday, and was in hopes that it would result in a settlement. Crushed to Death by Auto [Ity 1 r-craph to Ml Tribaua I'aterson, X. J., <>ct .:.- otto M< I ? ? old, of 214 Bond St. i dgewood, a- knocked down <.n?i -? nighl by .?n ; utomobile ? w n? ?! by J. i. ('m le, :ii> Doi > driven l>> his chauffeur Randolph ()?Iell. I v?. w'.ieels of the ear pa--..i over his body, breaking several rth*. which punctured his heart. He ?lied? I n Hidgewocd Hospital. WANTS "WOODRUFF PAP Republican Leader Aims to I name Forest Park in Qucn A plsn has hern ?. i ,,? too' Brooklyn to have tha ?ame of Fo Park in Queens, changed la "W< ruff I'srk." in memory of the 1 imothy !.. Woo.irutT. former Ueui ant Governor. The Idea ortgiai with .lacoh A. Livingston, rlmirr of the Kings County Repablkan C< fitter., an.l Mi Livingston's club the ltd sVsaembl) District hm e? ?m Alderman Moon-, 0f the diatriei present a resolution to the Hoard Udermeu providing for the change name Timothy L Woodruff while he i I'srk Commissioner brought sh map) improvement* and reforms in ?recreation ?pounds ?f Hrookhn i Queens, SENATE REJECTS TAX ON CHECK Provisions of War Rev nue Bill Changed by Finance Committee. : ? ' 'ril.'in? Run . Washington, ?let. ?, Mure ehani in the war revenue hill ??ere m??lo the Seoate Finane?- Committee to ?l bul the measure ?? ill not be read] submiaaion to the Senate until Tu? day. Several provision? in th?. Hoi 1 ill remain t., be acted upon. Tiie queation of the tas on wi ? .nc-. haa beer reopened pending t receipt of further information fr? ?he Secretary of the Trea?mv and t Secretary >f Agriculture. M was in i tited b) Republican Senators 'hat i Democrnts will not hrinp in the w tax hill until thi ('luvt.m antl-trt hill, which ha* heen the subject pridoiiged controversy, ia oui et t way. The Finance Committee reject the proposal to substitute a tax check.? and other financial instr ment?, as a substitute for the Hou provision to thx hank capital and St plus. Th?? tax on pawnbrokers n raised fr-?m |23 to *:,u ami :i ?h\ i Commission mere! ;.'n was i .-erte?l. The proposed tax ?n life was eliminated. The questio ?a-, on industrial and casualty insu anee remain1- open, l?u' it is noi ii probahle tha* this alee < ill he dropp? The proposed tax of $2 a thousand ? Lank capit,-.! and surplus >va- retains despite vigorous protests \<\ bankers. The Senate committee pi"' dl graduated tax for theatre.. The ra for a seatiriK capacity of 500 was fix* al *2S; from .100 to 800, *.r>i>; from 64 to 1.000. $7.=?. and above 1.000, sin.? The proposed tax <?n ?elephone ai telegraph mcssag<-s .i - i tained, b' the method of collection was change A provision requiring the telephoi Mtnl telegraph eompai act ti tax and ten.I"i monthl; tf ttementa wi inserted. \ graduated tax ??.. providi I tobacco dealer? iiii.l cigar manufactu er?. The rate.? proposed for th,' lattl ar?. *ln a year if the number of ? ?gai manufactured ia .?? er 100,000 and lei than 750.000, and |M if the numbt exceeds Too.000. Tobacco dealers ai taxed as provided in the House hi! with the exception that the rates ai increa?ed t?> SIX for n business up t $400,000 a year and $96 for a busine? exceeding MOO.OO0 .i year. The revenue to he derived from th meaaure, it ia estimated, will he ai proximately $1 lo.ooo.ooo. Eliminatin life insurance will mean .? loss of n] proximately 11,000,000, bul this wi more than be made ui> in the tax . 60 cents p? t borsepowei on automobil sales, estimated to bring ? revenue ? approximately $15,000.1. The tax on beer remains as in th House bill, $1 ;>o n barrel; that o sweet wines at L'0 cent- a Rall?n; dr winea, S cents a gallon: gasolene, cent a ?rall?n. The House stamp taxe are retained without change, to brin an approximate revenue of |SO,000,00< It it tbe hope of Democratic leadei to rei.cv a vote on tl.e Clayton repor on Monday, The war revenue bill wi! not be takei '??,? until Tuesday, It i prohibi? thai il ?rill be passed in Urn to peim:* ..!" the adjournmenl ol I i ?.-i*, | by Oetobi r 17. Protestt again il thi taJ on ?? ? bile ownei i and i lanufacturei a wi i presented by Senators Smith and Town send, of Michigan, for manufacturer with plants located in their >tate. Senator Vardaman introduced am had passed a resolution calling upoi the Secretary of the Treasury to est i mate how much could be saved by mak in?? proportional deductions from -nia ries of al! government employes, rang ing from ? per cent on $1,500 salarie; to 10 per rent on those above $7.000. GERMAN "CAPTAIN" SEEKS BERNST0RFF Mystery in Visit of Man Said To Be Paroled Prisoner of the English. The American lmei St. I... i.- ai rived here yesterday from Liverpool twelve hour? ahead of the belated ? I Harder I'amraii'?- ^hieh left the same, port or. the same day. The St Louis had on board a passenger named rra xer Kammeyer. who ia said lu be a captain of ??> rmai artillery He maue no effoi' to disguisi tionality and ?aid he had come to -? ? . ounl von Bernstorff, tbe German An bassadoi On being informed ?hat the latter hn?l gone to Washington. Kan . . . he ??? ould ?go to the capital ?. aoon ai !.c landed, I? >?*- reporte! that he liad leen paroled In ?England and granted leave to come here. Anothei passenger was I olonel Sam? uel Beber, head ?>f the aviation corps ot the Cnitc?! States Army, who had been itudying the work of in?"' French aero? planes in v, ar service, lie said he had heen recalled, but had not b"en in? formed of the reason. Three Chinese who were recently or? dained priests of the Roman Catholic ( hurcli arrived on the St. Louis on ??icir ???ay to Shanghai via f r. Fran? cisco, They were th< Rev. Vincent /.? Kabing, the Bev. Frani Isang Zenong and the Bev, .Jos.oh 7.\ Sannong !'-??. irdair. ??! a1 We tmlnst? : Cathe? dral, London, and were incur h> t!u- K?v. Candido Vanira, ;, missionary of China. They were per | to land by thi Chinese tor oi imniifrrati??! NEW CALL TO MURPHY TO RETIRE W. F. Schneider Asks Tiger Chief to Oive Way to Glynn. MALONr; NOW OFFERS GOVERNOR SUPPORT Commends Executive's Judicial Appointment! and I inancia! Management. '. oieing I he lent Imen. ?>i si I inJ? P?'ii?lent Democrats, William V. Schnei der. ('?unity Clerk and leader 0 Democratic Association <>i' ffew York. sent an open letter ?? CharleR ?'. Mur? phy yesterdav asking him to from ni! >??ii\.' pi rticipation m politic m order tin? Governor Gl ? ..M,.-r candidates .... the Tamman ti.-ket ma'. have . chanca ol ah thi? fall. 'Ii ?' "?n- ..i> i.I ?li -:???(] ? ii ii the staten Murphy's spokoaman Thomas F. Pole), whieh t.,',| how tha Tammany Mail j? sdei would con?n? h political activities t<> Manhattan !n ?lie future, wai ti Mr. .lui : hj t.> do s real political hari*kari. In his letter neida d, in part : "Thousands ?f Democrat <.' tha Stat? of Nee Yoik believe thai ?.cur word is .?iipri'.in m th.- part) government, und resent this tent ol no' porting "n Election Dai i ? ididal - supposed t.. ba t your selection. This r vhi the a 'Skill Murphy rule or the people?' kept ?-on tantlj L. foi th.- people I .-..-.-all, d Delmonieo tiekel and brought disai ter to thi I ?emot ratic party ?at the polls I wish egaii to suggest thai if you desire ., Democratic auceesa in So? i ? n I.. ?? ?' can *"? greatly helped your retirement from all setive partici? pation m part'- matters, and falling be hind Governor Glynn, who has an nounced himse I ss 'he leader of the Demccrac) ol this ital Kelecla Klectlain Ils.. In dosing, Mr. Schneider appendi ? table showing tha? the Republican raal ',! ?" r cent of their enrolment on i i :iiini y day? i net th? ? '? n ?cratic '.'.' per cent. Commenting on this. .\ir. Schneidet ? i ?te to 'ii.' leadei of ram i : "'l h < larg t in the se!?"-'!??'! ?,i' their candida! ; i- significan) . future, when their ara.used enthusiasm will be reflected on Election Day." Mr. Murph\ was at Good (.round again ???? terday, bul would m?.. no ?tatem? nt. II ' ? t ?end i in Ihi sain tl n-r> unlike!;, that he would ha\e anything to sa) until election, as he wanted th?> pub sied. \\'\ I : mak! known Ihrough Thome! I r oley or - ome ol her ti iieuta nant m Tamman) il Mr. Mill |' ment t" the qui? t of his ci . ?-.- ',? ??) be ? ac? i h the pint ? ..t ti..- u ii ;? n administ ,.. non ' ? j ??- to v hm into im'' all the support it i .: to try t.i eleel , | . Dudle; Pield Malone, Collector of it..- Port, who ha- repeatedly asserted :? m??' ? ? ? ear thai Gov? ernor Gljmn'a administration was com? pletely dominated bj Charles Y. Mur-' phy and has branded the Governor as part , mmany Hail mi ? net been mads to toe the mark terday he wrol , ' I Go? ?mor ?ff? ring him his support ? In Man ? ? I aftei Go? ? Glynn had appointed "Packer" M? and othei ?? irpl y ?n? n to high places, Mr. Ma!..'., minced no words a>:d said ?h. ? - were "hop. ha..." The m?..-.; important appoint men made b) Governor Glynn wede dictated bj Murphy, McCooey and 4e? Cah"." ha ?rted Praises Liberal Laws. Mr. Melons yesterday wrote to <iov , rnoi Glynn, in sa rt, ;. fol low : "Th. result of Hi?' te,\ ida j ou th? choice ..;' the D?mo? cratie, par;;, mi Sew \..rk f,.r Govemoi this year. I hat ?. on conviction, d f ;, 1 , ,| ". it!' \ ,:i o .,::. . ' i-.. ... I ciati ,; ., id . radei t?te. These arc mid h> sett .-?p.,I bj primar] cor ? i : ' ? ' ' a ? a I : i-.rlopt'. ion law, ii;".? received ' iy heart] ? ? nd public com nendation." Mr. Malone spent . h;.d half houi dodging qui itioi ed at him hv lev? eral newspaper nifn at hid liom. t"r?Jay afternoon, when tin- lettei was n.nde pnbl . ' v ? l imported Mr. Hennei - the primaries againal Governor ?ilvrr." h<- admitted. "I contributed to ? . paign " "Ho yon still ra gard .'-I Mum ite ?" he ws ? asked. M ' Mal?n ?. ; .- ???! ?-, ans?.-r the quest!? latter. "Ii.. you believe the i, ?'. i ole) thai ?'hi,: ?ill retire from the leadership ?? ?i? e und con?n? politii ,.'ii ' ,- hereafter t?? Manhattan al?n?-:'' Mr. Malone hesitated and then laid that, t...., was > matter t. be icttla ! within th?. ranks "f the party. A sim ilar anawer was given to ail <iu> in which th? name "t Mr Murpl peered, excepting t.. thi follow ;.. "Don't you believi ti.n? t'-.. rlimina of .Mr. Murphy can be I" about bj th? ? lei i :"?? of l '-, ' rii t Al tomey Whitman -nd th, ?? , i . I M i Maloni "Go ? i i,l' nn i- .? Democr it. I am .. ? era?. ? ad Democratii .- ..nd ;? l> mocratic Pra den! Ir. V -, i;. i- ippo .,| ?,, Demo ? ? ?. trat ion and a Democratic Presid "Doer, you ?Goternor Glynn indicate thai I ? ,?f attitude on the part of I'r- nidenl Wilson toward Mr. Murphy ami the ? t?te Democrati? ads .7" ;? reporter asked. "I am not : ? Presi ,., -.'." WS " .'.'.'?' TIGER MUST RACE LAW Committee Will Hustle Here from Albanv on Tuesday. meet foi organi tioi Hotel i Tvn Eyck v Tui d iy, Sv"p ANTZEN Fall Styles for Men >?. y I Keprcscnt the highest achievement of the Shce 1 maker'?; art. Not only do they embody j'1 the Snei g points ol excellence in construction, hut they posses >jV * ?til the elements rece.sary ior style. :u, and. above ni!. romt'ort. Aiiding \o that our painstv lervice ~?nd ?Vtathers thai rndure. you h?>vr .? ?.ombirat-on worthy ? t vour patroi , 4Sa> for neu ??So? /?, fi/<?? Corma 660 Sixth Avc. Abme.Wth St? Custom Boulmaker 0\er M Vests N..Y. "'ill have to hustle back *o attend th? reorganisation meeting ?>f the Tarn ii'.iny general and executive rommit? toes, under the law, Tuarsday .uich* is tha last t nui- foi organization Of com tnit.teps. and when ?he meeting vas railed for tha ?n'ai committee ??rgant longht the ???*.- com ? nulfj ti. j eld laat week. rammany men -.1 ? abla 10 train oui v hey ouirh? to gel to Tammany Hail ?".-?? . il ... ,|? ?,, ,, ' :,-. i n .'. loi - l'.'fote ti .- city. KINKEAD STIRS MALONE Collector Admits Patronage Letten Were Not Answered. Dud!? 1 - ' >m mads a hoi ??? ply laal lighl to Repn ? ntative Kinkead, who Introduced ?? resolution in th?' Ho 11 ' of R( ,? ; ask >ng that an inquir; be instituted to ..'??? whether the Collector of the Port Yoik could be made to reply ... lettei from members of Congress. "Since the war began/' mid Mr. Ma lone, "' s dul of tha N'a k Voi '? I ? torn House have been doubled, und ?he men have been working ?lay and ? , ,, the Collector ha '?? ?? 0 bus) thai he h 1 had no ? acation. ??|n tuai '??n .-ome of t he \ ?? luminous, continuoui and frantia respondence oi certain Congressmen ike ( oiik-'r? ?man Kinkead im thi Custom Hou .id "1 factional disputes m??v. indeed, have been neglected, bul departmi nattera have been attended to. ?? rh> Mea \ ork ? Custom Housa . patronage centre 1 1 an) N? Jerse) I ongressman in any factional contest Congressman h kead and certain o1 1 1 n. not from \'e v \ ? ? r k State, have written more letters to the ' ollector of the Port of k'ork than any two or three Na ?? 1 ? en put together, ar?l ??very one has been concerned not wi'h dt partmental matl rs, bul ? ronage." WILSON TO IGNORE BEY'S LAST FUNG The Turkish Ambassador Takes 'Leave of Absence' and Avoids Recall. ENVOY DENIES ANY OFFENCE TO NATION Argues Conditions Give Moral Right to His Words Cites Letters of Approval. rot ft ia . Washington, Ott :-'- The larewell fling of the Turkish Ambassador, A. Rusten Bey, at the 1'nited State? on the eve "f his departure foi Constanti? nople vs ill be ignored by Pr?sident Wil? son anil Seeretary Bryan. t<r? ?Jed lis "leave of absence" is made permanent. A? already told it: these dispatcheO, the ambus.sMiloi refused to r"traet the tatementa be made several weeki ago regarding the aituatiou in Turkey. The President'? ire vas aroused, and the recoil ' ? i batea dor aroald have I.?-. ? ' . ; riot taken leave, of h i?? I'V ii accord. Th? parting itatotB ti I ol tie ?mha> , ...hii-h was pritred in "The Wash? ington Tost" to-day, ?'ays. in part: "I am quitting the Lnired Slates on ? ., of absence [ am taking this step initiative, as a result of the view taken by the governmen' of the United States of ?he ?tatement mad? by me on September 8. Mv government, with whom I have been unable to com? municate, has yet. to formulate its own view of my action. "U'lia? is the point ? It is whether a foreign representative may refer ir< of a serious nature ?aking place occasionally in the coon tty ?o which he is accredited. "My repl;. .s that in principle I, may not. but that if the local p ? constantly reminding the public it ?trvtp, r.o? infrequently in the mos* 1 inneeessary l?i.guaee. of excesses of a ?ome-shat simtla>- nsfir" with his country has had to reproach I when ?lie aathoi I do no? care to pul a top to those a? ! tacks; *h"n ?hey continue a? a time of I unonrallelled rrt -r-. vhen eigh? nation'? are at war and the others ni a state T* ?Jaagofo?ua excitement, then. I ?a?, ?hat representative haa doubl] right to dirod attention to tiiose tail ings of the nation in who??- midst, be live.-, which place it. in one respect, on a par with his own, lin? by ?loin/ ... ???? i? 'lefeiidii.fi ?he lat?er. which t? his cffirml duly, and ia also niakiii?.- a ??ttor> to prevent aerioti which :. iiis moral d .? "I canno' admit ?hat such a compari son undertak''ti in such a spirit that la, tntirely devoi?! of malice is an of? fence t., a nation "I have received close Jipon * hun dre 1 ?????.?i rron. Americans, mostly natives, ?.?omen as well a.? men. amonir th" latter profess,?r- of universities, lawyers, publicists and journalist*, commeniling my attitnde in -'rong an?' flattering U r-r.-. Some ot then , II printed, would make Intern ting read mg. I will (?uote the homely ending ?hem, that of .. Swedish A'Tierican : 'And. Bey. ni.n?l yo.i. L'nclf Sam ia the ' ? .1 wh??n he ? ?? llt?|e time to ponder.' Thi? ?? th impre-4?ior of 'he incident I rr take hack with BBS to Tut key ." "ranklm Trust in Wall Street The Franklin Trus' ? otapan; Brooklyn, Arthur King ?*? ood ? ill open a New York office lo-p ? id w til ? : p ? ? ? ofii si - ??.ar?) C Deladeld ai >>e-presidant, m ? i ' Carlton Kelle? - laaistanl aye ?etary have been electsd and will I? attached to the new oflcc. Mr Delofield ia a eousii ol Richard '.'elat'e'd. president ?>. tha National lark Hank, and Mr K* I f AugUStUS W. Kelle\ AND ? BROOKLYN 17 Minutes Grand Central to A. & S. Private Subway Station. Women's Sample Suits, $22.50 Values $32.50 to $45 Wonderful Sale of Fall Tailored Styles ONE HUNDRED AND FEN STUNNING SUITS., the samples ot one ol the leading makers of the country, as beautiful a line of styles as one would wish to see in Suits at any price, i rom the snappy short coat of the season to the dignified, graceful redingote that fashion has shown such preference for this Fall. And there are semi tailored coats, some even fur trimmed. Others have the cleverest touches of braid, buttons, velvets and satins. We never saw more perfect tailoring in Suits at two or three times the price. AND THERE IS EXCLUSIVENESS. FOR THERE ARE BUT ONE OR TWO OF A KIND IN MOST INSTANCES. ?The skirls ire made with the new hip yoke and cluster plaits and also semi-tailored. Materiala are the most wanted of all?soft velveteens, rich broadcloths, broadtail, gaber? dine, worsteds, poplins, cheviot, pebble cloth and men's wear serge. Colors are the fashion favored navy, black, green, brown and plum. Size? 52 to 44. Be? ond Boor, Llvl tel i J? i Women's New Silk Dresses at $10.98 Crepe de Chine, Poplin and Silk Dresses That Should Be $15.00 to $22.00 150 DRESSES AI A PRICE THAI SHOULD CAUSE A STIR hereabout?, as they an ?usl the kinds ol Dresses most in demand at regular prices of from $15 00 to 122.00. Beau tiful Dancing Frocks in pastel colors; Street and Evening Dresses that women will find parti u? larly interesting and marvellous in value. And the more you examine them?the goods, the Styles, the workmanship, the trimming and everything about them?the more you will appre? ciate the importance of the sale. There are the most charming Frocks in poplins?combinations of velvet and crepe meteor, crepe de chine Party and Dancing Frocks, in pink, light blue, all white. Nile sreen anrl printed chiffons. We think it is the best sale of the year. Please come as early as possible. None C. O. D. or on approval. Hcond it?: r, .. Women's Coats in a Great Sale at $14.95, $19.95 and $24.95 THE MOST COMPLETE AND PLEASING COLLECTION ol ever shown in Coats at these prices anywhere. \: $14.98. . " ol mannish At $19.95. Dressy and pr?c? htige cover-up styles and fabrics mixtu ? and overplaids and lour il th rent ?tyles and materials in Hue and fc -!l as > boucle, heaa > weighl cheviol ? I he i del lude oats et the $? ? i. ? ' .-,1 >lfects ? i!!i I irnc | tickets .1 id 1 i'jurm collai ? ? ire . urite raglans .il.... * iall ?und sivf garnie ti cil '".??at* ^^^^^^^^^ models t(-r the motor c? travelling, in stunning plaids, v ool velour, r:t?li">Ii mixtures, wool lamb cloth, H ,1. ix zibe? lines and materials suitable lourning?In fact. th?? iding fabrics, ? |<s 11 .' colors I .\. $24.95. "??? .' rippl? in rim. blacl. bro * 1 ind hunte ?? ie new Ratdingot? nul has,jui- models?a? I ? c lour ' Ilk*. i)u ?li' n id* ill loo th ??c'l -..?i coil 11 ? I?THI S.MAI NAI'IMI.M STVLKS ??i th . ?son ire ?hi collect ? ai .i 1 I ia? he - . O. I ap| Sapho Satin, 59c. 10,000 Yds. at Little Over Half Price. Over i00 Shades and Colors?20 In. Wide. \, I ||[ COLORS, i ?N IS AND SHADES you ever heard ot ami many you never i of. OV IK ONE I i?. NDKKD SHADES, including white, ivory, ?ream .and black, e? tv ltd absolutely pert-' in every way. All ulk ..nd one of the MOS1 WANTED SILKS OK 111!- SEASON. \ trulj ensational sale of satin. Sapho "iatin ia known everywhere m a standard dollar a yard Silk. Wr have not hoard ,. , wie at >i lower price before. It is unusually well woven, of unusual strength, with a beauli fully a-ofl and lustrous --..race ?t ?g beins ??ed ter) !Xten?vely by dresr,makers and tailors because ot its durability I >o ?iol ?.infuse .- with me-waline. - ?pho Satin ?a much heavier, more firmly woven and wear* :,ir better. WE ADV l?>K DKI SSMAKLRS to lay in ?> stock ^t this sale, as n cannot be bought l?y tne . holesali ?t this price. In fact, ira d?i not think it ? ould be w<i\en foi this ?oney to-daj ' NOM ? rORI ORDERS ONI ? ?"O MAKE ilil ' i\l MORI INTERESTING we add the? remarkable value* m -,K?*i ?a inti ?I ' %2 ?IS. II.St, : l ,1 i'< SI M ' Ja"