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Si\-i.Tiit loavt's and elevrn-cent milk? l'p with the prii/rs of wool aml silk! i hips cosl more in the living game? Bui the price of your newspaper itayi tlie game. , e firal duty of a newspaper ia to iti i-eadcrs. BO, a.? a r to i;s u> circu.-nvent the bakers. wa think H - ght to ooafldc it to Bl many of the publie as osciilate (in the f thia departmenl. Bread is going to COat you an advan?*e ?rnt a loat'. Why not CUt off the paper??Adv. K everyl pped reading newapaperB, ara should lose our our job, we flhould b<" uiiabb to pay our annual f 'the Aothora' I.eupue of America. And our worries as to ira< to do in the event of a strike automaUcally would disappear. V I hanjee frnm the ( onventional Rlack. 'Krom the N'ew York Time-. ' pink and whitfl raflc leaves shoararfld the bnde and bnde . thej li fl '???? hoaae, * ? lattar ia a cray traveling gaara aalth ?rid a small hij-h turhan. Tl e hntcher ifl reapit!*.' the harvest of high piices. a? is the rned candleatick-inakeT, what with auto oil? and gasolene, aint doing ao rottcn neither. CHANGE YOUR PAPER OR GIVE \T THE THEATRE. If ,i colyuaist ever amiles, J/OU may now. Laat ripht at .??:<-.:e." when .Toliti Hllixard put over the Whom-are-yoi: ??? in the oixru'sUa laughed, 187 .snickercd, readera in my viednitj asked "What'a the joke?"' a last line to theae latter, Boanething like Chanpe V?ur Up the Theatre. Montv. ': all knocking," Columbia ia rapraaented ?. ,,, The ant and the spider ean build without en man build- the knocklag is tcrritic and con Tribune. Man buildfl and the pile-drivera and the riveting dd. and deafen. But the building ifl not made without. the riveting, the hammering. . . . A thought to cheer ? critiea." Urll, lle l.ed to Play ?*ith the (ellar Champ.. [Teel Heell ??i the Evening Sun. .- . in his natural position." said Mcliraw yeaterday "Witli *? thi ?? -"cond hasement I've ever seen." |.. pleaeantry attributed to us this morninp by the Hon. H. Gran, ,\.) was tosaad off aa d?8Cribed, only a little more Mr Deerai Taylor. who has a habit of overhearing veraaUonB, aaid h was not adroit enough for inser* Pilaff 0f PilhV, wherefore Mr Ricr. for a lOe. eigur, ' rn ripht?._ THE ESSENTIALS. .?I N'orval Carey Haa no rhyminp dietionary; . ..-!;? - ? Mawrusi , - uta b theawurua; frej Danki an 1 Osar Plighter to write with I typewriter. r/.er. rey, too. and also < irsar. |C Tower have no Btanding; .r me- I'm af?7aya landing. THOLSITES. ., ,-. n ,- owntog a Rolls-Royce,- BUggflata In, "ia ?jt fo, yourself. and you'll And that stonnp Porda eoaU a pretty panuy. ***** .-i tuilod. ldon<1 know whathar 1 ...,.,/? a deapaairtaf one write. te Ihe Globe*. Old ? you think." quarte. the un ,, jmen doc . apa.n. and again once more. rather than FAMILIAR III8QUOTATIONS "He who runi may read." from thfl C V. inmmoiif's ad in the Columbia . ,:;:^.hc,,,a,1^^M-r.^r,,o,,>? ? ?_. rt w?* *? ?""'r' Ihe < omplete l.etter Writer. od by a Slaa aarviea. .,..,?... frosn the lloviag Pietara light corn:..' 4.r v.r.- iraarlc a. a nvlitarv adviser in Scotland .-^Uerahlydi.har.dfrom.r . . .,,, 0f automobile, ridfl . motor cycle, -: do most any kind of trapezactinr _<__ vear high school and would likfl to finish thi. term aaL^'^-n^t; I would BUit my aehool to take up th. ^ ... ? be a tr.gedy artor .. th,, ifl the part I always pU, ..,?, the comedi.n I am of Praneh th. I speak Engliah as my mother tongue. ... ,ur,.? proof of value to your corporation . -. ? ? ita. heraebaeh and paraaa. I -, d go a..y :? wouid... ? 'gppi;dfr,kr;hr, am .ratloaaadil Ifl the ??! aad haart tonaa that I will ,. ltA ,poP n00l.(;oorpeAde>f-itheru,edtoeall al Hank of North Am,r.ca. And tho Norrit ??*. .16:47; tete *t6?Vlock In tht B THE SWIMMER IMMORTAL. r>epli the love of tha Centaur for Mfl hUU. ..irreiiiiidand, where Ihe stiffp.no'cr. .,l,r,re. arid.h-bripht. whitenll. ??' I ,, ka? ,(,..?:. , . beiroa and of old, . , . ;. ..,l?,i ,,t,rs. an.l the traafc and the fr, . . utrturcd, arith . bearl growa enM. lo ?? Lord bij raptuie for tbe ieai ? ueeot the aara-ea aad the 1. rorth of tlrinri. r- bj tbe aWpfl poun.l ilee, BOBBf . | , drawn aVrara la aa B#ala*#re breeae, ,. ??,,, ,,,? ..,.. . t_ patated aah and gay, .?. ,?,ll? flrtthpearlj tepe Irl ;.|.r lad Id 'be tamna* marmakt ??ke ,?>? hitaatbaar faa a aarp, \ r.ri r,r i i haa iBMpetrtefB af bbj hair, Bpoa W. ? uestf* teaai and -bar,, Nll(i , m,,,,!,,,.. tlirough Ua ***** -""? ,|w] ;,.r??? thal l??er?.lbo,i?l.tofs.8t,. -rH.jiMiaVwntea_aweff (flUarr. a*ivaW, far alaaf,) .1,,,,, Itfl-BBI <Am.r.r.IJUi Tower, Child Kolarid pro^und. ra aajfl ?*?>? f. trstaan. "WWl't. H ba known, - x'" f'rl,"m r'rr""1 "f ?^hiBO.ry" ' '' A' MISS K. DAHLGREN WILL BE A BRIDE Engagement of Daring A.otorist to Richard S. Kmmet Announced. IS A GRANDDAUGHTFJ. OF JOSFPM W. DREXEL Alrs. Pruyn and Mrs. Chapin toGive The Dan sants in Dccember. Mr= Drexel Iiahl?rcn han aOOOl the engagemoat of her daughter, Mi ne Dre el Dihlgren, to Richard Smith Bmmet, on of Mr and !i.-. en met, of this cit>. Min Dahlgren ;. daring intomo biliit, ai i laal year startled the i" mer reaidinti in ami ai ?und Lenoi by dminp a 120-horiepower motor car at racinjj .peed through the hlghwiyl,for which ihe wai fiaed *-'?"> Later ihi tfitrt i ti raei George E. Turnure, jr-. on .-. ? ? it thi Berh bin Groui M i Dahlgren li a granddaagl ter < tho lato Joaeph W. Drexel, who .... a?sociated in buiinin with the lati J. Pierpont MorgM. Her father I El I B, Dahlgren, ion nf the lare Rear Ad miral John A. Dahlgren, U. 8. M. She u | ,.,., of M - Luey Dahlgren, who two year ago entered thi terhood of tho Bleno.| Sacrament, at ? ont walli, Penn., pf Min Madeleine, Ulrici,*Misi Olgi md Min Evi Dahl Cren an I Ion ph a' .1 Erie Dahlgren. Mr. Emmei is ? gnn lion of W .1. Knimet and a dncendinl of Thomis Addis Kmmet. founder of the family in eity. He i| a nephew ol Hohort ,. Emmet, C. Ti mpli Emmet, Mn d W I Iti ind Mrn. Arthur Mui rav Sherwood. Dinlgren and her ehildren are i .,.,n? where they ipent . nmer. _ Mr. ind Mn. Jamei Rooievell h_? riturned from thi \ l! 'iro Regia foi '...'' romg to theii eountry place ai rlyoi Park for the ialh_ Mn. Simiei B l ip n - l j Sherr: ' on December cond daughter, Miss Elizabeth N. Chapin. Miis Marion Stoddard, who wa* n gaest of Mn. Stuarl Dunean, at New? port, has returned to town. Mr ami Mrs. Fnderie B. Jennii g arrived in thl '' Springi, Va-_ Mr aad Mrs. Malcolm T?. Sloaaehavi heen in town for ? few days ami bavl ? ' the_St K":' Mrs H Chauaeay Crydir has rc to the eity fron Stoekbridge, _ Mrs William Douglai Bloani and Mn F Gny Griiwold have gone by motor to Shelburne, Vt, i .. ., for ? few dayi ol w ano Mr- W, Biward Webb. II. ii y Ri ilacr hai opened her country plare at Hempatead, Long ? .,- rhe fail. She ipent ? arith her mothi r, Mrs. G* irgi a. Robbim, at Bar Harbor, Mi - Thurhei Pi iyn will givi a the dansant at Sherry'i on Dicembil l6,Jo introduce her daughter, Miis iaa Pruyn. _ M, ? Hagfia, whi was the flfoost "? Mi - Julii Berwind, at New? port. hai returned to ti PARK BOND ISSUE FAVORED BaaH Ol Trade and I run-portation Diaeunei Propoaed M-aeurt, Members of the New Vork Boi ' ?nd Tnniporution ynti advocated the passage ot thi proposed ? tutional tn ei Imenl pro ... of 110,000,. tate bonds for the purr_a*e of the I'alisad.s Inter itate l'ark and the Adirondacks Fonit Reserve. .mong thosi at the meetm... whieh aa held at 208 Broadway, were deorj. rkins, Manhall MacLean, D< .... Genenl; Samuel II. Ord '( ivii Serv.re Comn :-. ?' Senator Georgi Blaueelt, Otto mM H Van Orden n 1 W illlaaa Mae* i arroll. former president of the i oct providis for the lubmi . propoial to the people at thl general lll ! MovoaiDOr, H. DE LANEY DISCHARGED. ? Faahtoa Bhaw Pradoeer Bot Ftm b> Maglitrati DeneL lia.iv D< Ll ,,-,; ., f.wY.r and producer of fllhion iirged beeeuK of in fRciint < dence a-hen arralunei be fore Magi tnte Diuil yeiterdaj Jeffei on Markei Court, eh*rgid by th Palmer, ? reilty broker, with ?"I ? worthlen $1 ? li. laini: '- irn I on Mondaj P_ vented the opining of J lothi -. a how, at the Fortyiighth Street T> ' air.' Tnbute Paid to Movie Martyr. The e'tate of Otto I. Plaut, a moving nicture actor. who was a martyr U Kaliam. will receive 11,. from thi Pr-mo Featura Film Corpontioi p,Ml , ath from hurr,., when ha ran mto thl BlHieS of ;l hurn,n:' -ructure. which was to appear :n I Burrogata < ohalaii sigaid ?" order yeiterday perm-tting tha nt tlemenl for tho death of PUat BROWN?CLAWL ., . Margint i..r..te < . .. ? .Nme. Martin CUrk.wai I |aoi evening m the < hunh ol Re Queen of All Sa'nU, Ufayetti Vanderbili annuei, Bnoklya, lot lar ?nee __.___? t, ,-,-,..moii . aril pertormo.l t p.ther Kinnedy and ? nnption, din ;!r and daaei followed at tha Hot. Andr-A. Broadwaj a>"l Bt?0BtJ .(.md itroot. . , . Mi", Mirii Fnnm < l?rk waa her .i.t.r'** manl of honor and l-reden.-K 11 Hriiwn hl* brother- beal "ran. Mr. town and hii hr.de will spend thii ;., '? in Ih. Sooth and on ther r hy, ?, I !*??? # McLEAN?MOOB_ )oi,? Thomai MeLeaa, nf Brookline, .,,., ?!,,, has playad iueoaili lead* B%jSS.?"?- P.A* rrfratani other nlm eompaniei, and "iaa Mar* niriti Moon, daughtei of^VVIIImm Alismder lobu. n a M..? r? .in married ?? '" ? ,u "">? i hurch Ar. ii ' ornii ? ? , honeymoon ln ihi ? anadlan woodi II, and Mi MeUaa will rt ? ni- m Now Yerh t DARIXG MOTORIST AXD HEK FIANCE. - -I ?r l atferwool * DaAm The engagament of Miss Katharino [>. Pahlpr.n to RShard 8. Emmet w.-is announced yesterday. Coriduct Dead Germans' Music? Yes! But Strauss? Never! Never! M. Monteux. Transplanted from French Trenches to Ballet Russe, Concludes Honorable Peace with Liszt and Schumann After His Wrath Rises High. iii ?bo I. foi Fnnei may patriol i, lay down tho rifle for the eonduetor'i of thi Ballet Russe, Of thii much Piern Monteuz, aho irriTid it the Metrotaolitan lipera House Monday from tl ,? tnnchel, via the iteUBIT But when a wldier of I.a Patrie ii upon to l.ad balleti writtea ? . 1 -. Srhumann and S t r;i._?- . hi J blood boili and incande*. lipi, even such woro ? pnng te tl . , when. on rx amining the programma for the Bal? let Kn ->., bt diicovered tha' tore for him. 1 o -a> that ?.!.'? Fnneh eoi.ductor ? rTronted wmild be putting II He -.-14 . ?.: |g -d. bl Hld M He V. ad* m tted it without uri_intr- Never, niver. n.ver would he hecome a traitor to his eountrj Never, nnd ri lld he he Kuilty I RUTGERSEXPECTS 10,000 ATJUBILEE Holland To Be Represent? ed at 150th Anniversary of "Old Queen's." . ??? U \ni_as govirnon ard edui ? i will ioin in bonorlng "Old Queen's" at tiie 160th nnnivcrssry of the founding of Jltit*.or?= College, the eighth oldnt in the eountry. to be held here for four dlfS. aegianing October 1_. The eity jrovernment v'" >- :alat in entertaiaiag thi 10,. ..... , Tne Dutcfa government will he rep reunted it the - bj Chiv-J .-,!, r \v. I.. P. \ in Rappard, Min ?i r from the Netherlanda, who will r...K- an addr,---. COTirnOr r ol \.w Jersey will prnide. The !.? Hr. Venema wil! represent the Dutch Refonnid ' hunh. which founded the ii i A big idueatlOnal conference Will hc held hen In eonni etion with the cele . . tmong thi i" ikin will be Philll.r I' ClaXton, I'nited State.*; .--loner of Eduntlonj Henry . , . president of the Univu 0t \\ ? . ? Ruih Rheei, proil* dent of Rochoster Univinitir, and Kdueation Comminionen John lj ?. of New Vork, and (alvin N. . of New li The big event will be an open sir cal pageant ?t the Collegi i .,,.,, 1,500 alumni, undir fflem of the eolligi will partieipate. Coaiiitiag of a pro ,?_-.,. ',?? episodei and an epilogue, It tracei the foundinj? ?f the eollogO, in 1700, us trn.!s iluring: the Kevolu ind Hc _rial life of the early flfl.ii tt ..-nth emtury. \ dinner for 8,600 dilegatei from ;,!l ; ? ? ..; ? | ediicational laititU* ? ? Nortl ind South America. Kntflai'd iT ?' Holland will he g|v< .im on the even !??,,., i \ ? ng thi peak il] bi Pniideal Hihben of princeton, 1 ' ..unce of Brown, Ccmmlisionei Finley ar.d former Stafc tl ' ' I Attorney (Jcn eral Jarnn M. Book. \ eoitumi parade of .'!,000 alumni. in which almost every class 'rom 1SM on will he represented, followed by u football pame with washington ar.d ,i an uadergraduati torchligrit ? tnd concert, will end Sat irday i fht. Ra* ex.rri.i'^ wil MBipletl the celebntien on Sunday, Octobof 15. I II I ?\ KTTKR. MiH Viola I l.ure Vetter. daujrhter of Mr and Mr- larl Krn.it Vetter, of M( West Seventj nnt street. and Fife, of tr. .ditonal lt?ff ..7 "Th.- Oening World." were married yi '? ls sftereoei ia thi , hapel of Christ Cl iinh, Broadway ??,? ? ? it, by 'he Rev. Lewil B. Whittemore. of cor lueting an archiatn in music .ii ".r bj B lierman. 'Ihe management of tha Motnpoli t ... bot 4.1 beneath ihe storm of Gal iry and iaid nothing. But wheu ..' MontM rv wa. taken to the Grill I - j p. li ei in the afternoon to . the rehear-al of the ballet, he was intndueed to <Hto H. Kahn aad ?aked to tell hi-? trouM."' to bira I I.. did at length and with many g.-t lire.. When the conference had cor. rluded thi -.l.lier of Franee bad found a way to honorahle peace. l.i.-zt and Schumann wen food G i man?. In other worda, thev mttt ?:? l I Germans. Therefore, a Gailic warrior could rceipt their work md eoi ? tributc to a fallen foe. But StnUSS wa* alive and vigoroui in his hatri I of Franee, ar.d therefore M Monteua wat i7ia more vigoroui ia hii ' itred nf him. 'A'h.n inc Hailet Rus-e ope'is thl eonduclor will lead the orcheitn io tl.e "Meph'stO Waltz" and "I'arnivai Hut some oni' eUe will have to ro'i duct "Iii! -.uliaipiegol," for he posi will ,iot COLUMBIA OPENS DOORS TO-DAY Prof. Selignian Spea-ks at Exercises?Record _n rolment Expected. A formal academie proces*ion and exercises in the pymnaaium this after? noon will mark the opening of the 103d academic year at Columbia I'niver.ity. To-morrow the regular classes will be? gin in all department:* of the ur.i versity. Pr. Mieholai M irra| Rutler. | dlBt of the university, will preside ,.* the opoaiag everrr.c*. An addros ?.? be given hy Professor Kdwin R A Seligmaa, head of the department o' eeoaomiea, on "The Trie (Jaivei At the College of Phy?icians and Sur geons other e\< rcises will be held. The torma! opening there will he mark) an address hy Dr. War'i.ld Thiobold I angcope, Hard profeasor of the | tu-e of medieine, on "Milestones in Medicine." A* yet there haa been no li ? tatement from the registrar as to the enrolment t'igures for thil year. It is i expected. however. that thl num! ? Mtudent!* va. iil ixeeed lait year'i ? of mon than 10,000. Birnard C ? kIm ixpi eti a larpe aumber. The business and dental schooir- -4 |] both open this year f.-r thl I ?< time. For the former many hundreds of ap plieations already have heen reeeived from students, but Pnfeiaor Egbert, dinctor of the School of Buiiaen, >?* terday could not give the enrolment. | The courses are proving popular. and many of the college seniors at thl venity uru eleeting to '-tke their Mnior work in the school, which off.-rs rnri crete preparation for the hu career to wh.ch they are looking for ward. Several itudentl from Russia ar.d r.ilan.l ha\e registered at the uni ?. eraity. Most of the men nr; thl canipus are reported as taking a k -* in langu-t.* liail the out break of the war, and a special - of course* will M jtfven by Pnfi John Dyailiy, of the department of Remitic language*. on rea.iini; the Slavonic lar.j_u.fl>.' - __???? $300 Lorgnette in Street. Mus Mary I.u'/, of ?.''7, We*' Port third Street, puked up a lorgnittl Broadway a' Kortieth Street on . cp. r J.' I' '.a* a rheap lookinir i.i ? tide and she took it home, but on rlovr exanunation became convinced lhat i' might l-e 4vorth lemething. Ye*t_rda} she tumed it la ** Polin Hiadquai ter*. Jeweller* a?\ il || made of on.. \ and platmum and u worth 1300. CHEMISTS HEROES OF THE NEXT WAR General Crozier Declares They Will Be First Called to Duty. DR. HERTY URGES NEED OF TOLUtMi American Society Told of It? Value in Prepared ness Plans. war in which thii the op ? II, r "4 , -aj ? I had tha n'nor ier bx* ?i seienee ? ? more B gan ' " rhi>n ? ??Ii. thfl n '??? r af utilii re-our . ? ? para* t ion. Dr ' ? I pi ? duty in Dr. 1 i ??? . . rrg-es Btoragfl of Tnluene. Dr. Herty ui*| lle declai the ki. 'ry "' material for m inil ion manufac fy the invi problem I . Di ll of t'-e motoi fuel problem H< ? ? ? ! would be found in aome form i>;' aleohol. . - Hotel \ ' ? r. of the Arn ? ? At thi the Ai . in the Hi iuditoriui . . Mur -?: .a ri Scientista Specalatiag. filled 1 rl ; of a new discoa erj. ? nitrie ? ? ! and ?-?.. :.. 1 .. ? ? ? nor ? . nitrogen eil ? Germany in the manufaeture of munitions, <>r some ? ? Sl.OOO.OCO for Jews in Rumania. ?? ?an-:- ' pointe ? ? ? i and ? ithout eharge. THE WEATHER REPORT Oaaeial Beeordfl aad Po-rccasta for Kexl Xaeatj -foar llnur*. i - ... ? . ..... < ? - Wlnd. lor Wednnday and Thuraday N - M ? a 1 I ? . a it anil ?i a . . ...... Farrcaata tor Sp.-ial Ll I part l, i 'li ? > ? ? '. ? ? ? iht md Lflflfll Ot.illl Brcawii M a ? a ? I ? . i 4 1 ,? - ?.? I . . aai.. 81 Bi'.n.tfr R.idla.i. , - . ' . " Mumldltv. ? , i I I I |. I L?'ii fir?r?jt ,,.-,? tad "i- -? ? la '4 NATURE STUDY LOSES SOLDIERS IN TRENCHES Visitors Decrease at Zoological Garden and Aquarium. tti tho 3 ' :- Mu f Al MlW Vork Zoo'.ogical ?: :he Aquarium ihowad a da .-,? eomparad witb lOto, according to oAeiali ot Iheae mstitu ro thi >* ? rday at thi I ity ... - | d Ponot, for the Museum ot Art, explaiaed that the re moval ' -? ' ' "? ' . .;.. of the ? iar ? i thl Aquarium. , war was ? ? peraoai who for* Sunda ??? armiei abroad. \ in Maaeam of Natanl . .. on iaen s I .n attcnd -.'. Wno ap ; itees, ixplaiaed this ..... ' aehen laaei tl the mu mon than in former year-. SENATOR MILLS SEES PERIL IN 8-HOUR LAW Sa\s Wilson. by Surrender. Menaccs Life of R.pubiic. id thi < hour v y laat night ? ? ? . thi Preaident \ party guilt-. '?: ? raa at trust he tutive and legiilativi (Bt are to abdi lt the if any small clas* ntry, he said, "be it labor ? mer ...i men, then thi , . lure ii"4 ? . by the people and for the peopli by a class i class, the end of thia Republic is in light." JAMES E. HOWELL, VICE-CHANCELLOR, DIES V \> arker. Borfl in 18-18. on Bench Nine Yeart. Jamei E. Howi r- his * ewark. He ??-. in 184C : been Vtee-ChaneeUor ?? f Michigan idied law in the ol i llt 4 '...??.to-r. N J., and "as admitted to t ?nl in . rith Joaeph - appoiat lor. .i Henry M. Doremua appointed member of the commission which ? tj Hall, ind he was -,... of the I -iking of the Newark Fne I'ubhc ? member of ' <? State Board ol ... H ? s Driven' \ .... .)-?] -??;. HiS fl.vidow him. JAMES RASCOVAR DIES IN LONG BEACH HOME Widely Known for His Interest in Hebrew Charities. Jami I I Co., trtising tirm, of _'.; Bei gbt at : g Bei , I ong Island. i. d. Mr. . Nea in Hebi ??hai-. ? - boi:. in 1 ? R. . ... boy. In activity, h> \'ew York Burt au and i of the Hamilton P ? .??? cietii ? ? vhich Mr. Hebnw Kd mal Society, *i:e Hebrew Orphan | Mount Settle Home, l.ehanon . Federation rli aNn ? member of the L ? Pn -. t riai 1 ao MBI and a daugh 1)1 NNIS SULLIVAN. Denaii Sullivan died yeiterdaj .? ?. - B ...ihing. ??? - Mr. Sullivan i ! thi lewon in Pluah* :'..mi Klushing to Pluihiag watir Pluahing and Astoria gas and gai plaata in other i He wai for many yean a trustee of ?' Pluining, Queens County poor and county a wife and two VJCE-ADMIRAL CONCAS V PALAU. p The death af '? ? Admir I au ia announced1 teh from Madrid Admiral Concai ms tha arbitrator appointed by King A '???? i ?? ? ??'.? ? -' ion with the ? Ponama ? . i ? ted Statea over land ln the He reeently returned to Madrid from Panama aad had iatoaded ime his dutiea in I'anama in January. Adm Mini ter of Ma Morel P taat Caa* Bl >n I90d. He ivas a captain in the mcrican War and took a nent part in tha lighting at Santi* ?r which he was in command of JACOB BTI I K .. ' man of [ay m 'he home ter, Mn. William E_ ? reet, ? >rang ? -r:. in BorBO, Switzer land, arid ? . . .try at the Xteen. I'urirrV the Civil W,,r Mr. Stueky was a member of the _..*h ..,??.-.? toen. Kuneral :; be held to-morrow after? noon. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. I fl - ' ? aat Al >. ? i ? r* a;. :? Park M * lartmm fl-! < J a aal. et nf ? ? ? ! A ' Hlltl|M I ... . I . ? ? a;. of tha . ?'"ar' i ip Club ' ? I ' - ' o' ?!?? I ,miii( M.i.'a I ' ll M 4 r ? ' ' ; - . 4 ? 4. ? DENMARK AVOIDS TREATY ELECTION West Indies Sale Dispute To Be Settled in Rigs dag Conference. KING IS FEARFUL. OF ROUSING VOTERS Nation Favors Isiand Dea!, but War Might Be Made Issue. i oaai hagea, Sept. M. Aa ? reaal. of intarviaarfl had with the rapiaaeatativei of various partiea, it il dlacloaed that laatian of I ?? :' - Wa.) ladiofl to the United Btatafl ? ; without a i.-raorl t.> B general tho U"4 ? rrinii nt 44 e . noa* pasaed a snd b . ieint consmittaaa ol both honaas of Paniaaaeat. lt i* ap parent that aarerybady In the Rtgadag ifl ion. imerwan DepartiaeBt ot state. aid I "re, laid grr..t eaaphaa ita leereey during the negotie | ths ? r ..niinj- OI tha b '.a ho eon these p r the Doi I h got ,1 thal vYaahi -""toa'fl ahould !>.? .,b-.r\..,l. ii ,,. i ladfl thal aay ncgotia tioaa I'nr the sale nl the ifllaBatfl werfl on. aad whea, a few ,i.i\> later, the of ranaing af the treaty was mada, the oppoaenta of the government seised the epportunity Tl;,. debate n tha Rigadag tai.1 al n.i. ? exelusively on moral., philaBophy( Iving, ate. II ? lalfl nf th.- Weat Ind e. dn'rr-*d on| 0| ?.. BBJ et the . um heard ..f. oa ni.' imiiiiTtlv. The governmaal aaa -.- attacked by the Left Party , ,l i oaaarvattvea, ar-,? il wa. .? hnp<? ? ? ,. tn itj i'"i'd he eoaflraaad, for ilthough m a miBority In the l . ethingi or lower hou - of ?' t Par liament, i ad no rwer than thirty laaai i,, i a out i,.' h total BMnbaraBip al ?v taro fear i '' <? ?ixtj u, n vaeaal in th? Landathiai ? * upper hi rhe ? ; rl tha goverBaaflat t" s;r,,, ? .... -'.i, doomed to . . eaunt, m .le:i- or tn '.i ii coalition Cah inet. on of thi foi ? ? igh a il ing to averh arith tha Radieali to savs the treaty, were i any i i leep ifl exelusively Soclalisl Cabinet. , it waa e vi denl that I Conservfl the "out-" were detarmined to bring and ti,e "moral" defection with whieh tha Ba* ernment waa ehargad, evideneed I thfl treaty, although in itself no ., of b sort, an l , pai tj whieh had lonir found itsi ? ? .* ? even ap - ! I'. ictanci held at this time a* ?-* plainly not dictated b c utei me Bai ? Kini nd I ar. nnd him did and d ble e d campaign in Itei ? ' ion ol th" ?? ir ind ? i bc f:,- rir ??, IMKH. r \ ? Sanrtpi on, Kd4i n ,1 < Howell, Jami 1. ?'? i FIELD I Merritt Field, . ?umi Hea South Norwalk, iii ral her. . HEILBRONER . of 8< pta mba '. 1916, '? ? ' the i men ?f the fur tradi the Cil N'ew Vork for taorfl than .. q larta rof ? eeatury, whose sudden departara i life in the tenith of eareei has eaused an irrepa fur eeaeral, 'he H? l.... ].? ol 'bo r ir ii.,1... itry of tha nf Ne* Vork, of whieh he tn * ? to ti.- \ tad Fur Maiiufaetur. i Ine., of whirh hfl was a director and former president; and, VThflraas, The Hoaid ef Trade af I ? Kur Indusi ty of thfl Cita ai Neafl Vork and thfl A. 'oe.nted Fur Manu factureis, Inc, now aasemblfld 8 joint meflting ? to tlie daaarted, grievoaaly ng th? loai ol Bfl greal ai i p d a man. eolleagua and friend. and ap* preeiating tha value at I gifted eouaael at,d ttaatinl rviea m tha intei induatry, ? ard mi't sincerfl rfl.pect aad tataam for the . ra reeorded on behalf ?f ? (','.,.nl af Trade of the Kur Industry af thfl i ?-.- of New York and af thfl AaflflOfli | Fur Manufactur. r-, [ae., a'd ?. thn resolution be spread upo" the minute. of the respective org.n. BOARD OF TRADE OF THK FIR IN DUSTRIE8. Samue! L'Umann, chair? man. ASSOl IATED FIR MANTFAfTLR ERS, INC. Adolph P'ngel, preaident. HOWELL ?n Tuesday morning, Sep? tember M. 1911, Vee-fhaneellor .laims E. Howe!!. Funeral Bflrviees frorr: re.idonce, Riverside aad Orafton bvb.. Newara, N. J.. a* Thursday. the tttB IbBL, at ?, p. m. RASCOVAB laaaflfl, or. Septembrr 19, year, al L L I. Nol I BA1IPSON On Monday. Septottiber tk, at Sugar Hill, -' aa rlampshire, Rd ward Cobb Sam| I :??-*' of his '&fre. Fui.?-ra! JT.ir*. w:ll f,e ,r-ace Church, Braadway and 10th -'., on Thursday morn'.ng, at 1? o'clock. VTILLIAMS On Aagaal tt. Itlfl, .? i a!.. iharles Phelpa, .-.- ? ien of Ephraim and Man E W lllara;. of Stonii . ("onr., ajred 71 yeara. Intanaaal a' n, on Thursday, September 2g, an arrlval of train leaving v-' a York at 10:09 B. m. I I.Ml.TKKia*. Tiir. 'ivotmi.'.WN CUUUI ::',.! Bi i'4 iiari'in Tia s aad '?? Pi *t I.ota ol 4,in?:i ata< f r ??l?. um.? :o Eaat ltd Bl . N T. You (ire inviUil to in tpect thv trvtisurvs ot our neuly opened rnre Itooh i nom on the prountl jloor DUTTON, 681 lll III WI.N1 E