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ffgl 1V1WINQ WORLD, THURSDAY, APBIL 11, 1912.
eotral tmgh y Ik tarasttles an
1U the 'i(Inn IMH to ot-
flaw tbs fleld.
CftfWDS IN tTEKT PROTEST
JM OAT'S ARE LOCKED.
utlr helilenra of the BBeeAal
In tare f tbe aalrllng mom that
Swt he cheeked or steered In -ir
ten slarmrd th rluii .m. . -
order waa given to cattM Hie
Till nttnupted from the In-
f"ei Then I'spl Mine tin
to lend a fore of hia men to
Ihe mini, and In tela way tn
rush wa utarlsd. Aa the let
Vt Wag made fast Third street rremi
ths all park to the Fifth vn "I"
eta Haa wan tilt a a.ill.1 Uarx mm of
fM wv had com to aee the eaon
gaiSed or laet "er' penniinl winner
the reme team mini inn mmr
ki exeloded learned their rat lhy
a mleh'y eall of HMNl
kin Ttnbert Adams. m. Mayor (Jav-
a aerretarv. nrrlvrd at ihe ball
all th Mart 'i"i MM all the
a man couMn't hitvr pulled or
or puhod him within the main
gafaa captain n- saalgnrd a eir-
bodyguard fr him snd ha wsa
I through thr seething mob to a
entrance ami smuggled In Then
at ta flsTit Ma way through tha
aa in Arid to thr sr.m l-i hi. I and
to tha press boa. Half th newa-
mn it unahle to get near tha
tand for morr than an hour after
' arrlral at th park, ao great wti
eruah. By all "die it waa tha
assemblage of baseball fana
history of Hruoklyn
MAYOR PLEADS WITH CROWD
TO GIVE PLAYERS ROOM.
tha aparlal edTlerrs employed by
slab had etmsalrd In vain for an
a ta riesr tha itdwiI ifrom t'.a field
ft lootiad aa It a im woukl be Im
Ibte, th players In 1rperl1on ram
te AS resrusv Two lusig rop wr
th fnul llnee Hnd th
a strong thsnveervee slong iha
of tan fret
stgaal lhy all rturi.d to siove
laWr hut surely thr .-rowd fe'l back.
Inch gained w i npiil.-tmleti to
acho by th thr ng J iat thin.
war, tlm arrived fur May. and
tarn lBomnt th athletes dropped the
rtfJH twa rrowd ruahd back to th
MM Th fana pleaded In vain for
regular poltr to tak a hand In th
but 'h blueiMSta .t'.urk tu tlielr
a outald th park, claltnlnk tha:
' had all Uiy could do tu prevent
disappointed fana outside from
WmMng down th g.ilea K.uallv
Oaymr arrtveil on ih field
crowd cava him an ovation, not
Sara.ua thv lilted lilm. but be-
thay had hope of Ma having the
cleard. Taking thr aUMUon In
glanc th Mnyor ImfaUll d tb
to iv tha playrra room. Thia
thm to fall bark a lltll ami
than ktarquard and RtaOkar wrr
oat to warm up, whlrh l hrlprd
j Th inoit ardrnt would not take
eoe on being banned by one of
i fast left-handed ahoota.
(ha pltcftiera had retired tiie
crawd Main Warn an earn to aee the
that thay ruahed hack to the em
Juat then tha alerting "bell anuml-
and tha Aeld waa tn a worw ma
ever. The nawapaoer men appalrd
Ittecnity PoMr "oiun!-Jmur Walah
fSrtnc In eom regular police. The
Jaatoner emlled and threw up hi
Unrptren Klem and Huah t"
an Baal to Mayor Oavnor, and
f ffclamni Kennell waa aent for a hur-
wHh tha Deputy Com-
Tha crowd In the etanda
tttta aa hopeful and waited for re-
No police came but the rrowd
off a IK tic and tha ame began.
acdy pteycra that could be aaan
the praaa box were the pitcher.
alter and oatdher, and theae came Into
ti at Intervale only. MAfquard and
Efjgaj were announced ae th ilttttery
gSa Otanta. and Hurker and l'lilp
SVuoWyn. It waa t it 'When Mayor
gaor toaaed tha ball over the heada of
tha flrat Inning the flmt ball
gtlalaid by Ruekar waa a clean itrlke.
aa the tu xt on Drvnr bounoed
a tha box. Doyle imaahrd a hot
whlrh Hummel fumbled, and
waa aafa at flrat. anodcraaa
a grounder to nhnrt. whit h
Doyle at aernnd and Hnodtruaa
died ataallng NO KI'Nfl.
died on a hot grmnnl. i to If i
Daubert eimaalird a drive twet ar
or the flrat hit of the game, but
guard caught him napping and rir
between the bag. Smith
a tn front of th plat and
out (or fclrklivi th ball NO
'the aacond Inning, Mayor Oaynor
able to ace the game from the
; a chair and moved out on
Murray rolled an aaa
et waa thrown out at firm.
got a ttaae on ball after liav-
stiikea called on him. Herr.uK
lone drive Into the right field
(or two baaei, which irnt Mt
third under the rroiuid rule.
ot Shafer'a ibotmder and ho
lavraae out at the idate. Her
trm to third. Mryvra leaned
the ball and aaat It wlditllnx
I toft Aeld crowd for two baaet.
Her log and eenJing Mhafer tu
Mamuard aUnir.ml anothnr
drive over the hvuda of the right
rwa, aoorlnt, Hhaf r I Meycri.
waa thrown uut '. flrat by
caught Noi'l urn's long fly
re. Wheat cot a Ikijc on ella
sopped out to Doyle. Htark
Uede for RttKIni Clrrk
lttlii. lt'i "it 111 1 r
gaeat are ii-.mj.
auUiiag ia ab)'.
eaaae ot priiujtiju
gulto w "1 ".'I .
ion IU i.i.
WarU "Ui4i Maul" Ad-, nail.
fTawt It scarcely a clast ul cnipluy-
tnat it nut reprctcntcd in lite
I "Heip Wanted' columni every
J.oou positions will be Indlvld-
Ijf aoVertlsed in next Sunday's World
will print morr "ilrip vYanttM"
ttun ALL THE OTHFR New York
Jf t n.n a v Ftm
waa aafa an ffhafer'a fumble and Wheat
took aeauraj. Phelp walkml and fl i-l
th SSjSSS Marej i.ir.l itf out. N'O
LEAD OVER BOSTON
W altar, rf
Hat te. II. tt
I I'xiper, if
L'mplrea-Tom Connelly and Bill Hart.
AM 1711 1 'AN LltAHl'K PARK. NKW
YCrHK , April 11. Heaumlng wtver w
left off -i the early part of last October
and aki, tag llgtitly oyer the compara
tively unimportant event that tiave
occurred In th interval, event uch a
Chrlatma. New Year . Kaeter and the
Illinois prlmarlr. that naturally 4rlnga
ua up to th dcllv fact that at I S) I.
M. on thla day of grace the Hlstilaiidern,
iih nee' I. .tin - on and under new
menaganii'iit, opened ttie 1912 anaaon
with lag Boaton lied Iga In the
preaenr of 34.U0 of Manhattan' a-
rmhled beauly and chivalry.
t'onaldemd a u day, you couldn't
beat thla on unyw here There waa h
nippy birtxe, not a rold one and Juat
strong enoiiRh to carry the atralna of a
blaring braaa band from on end of the
crowded grandataml to the other The
park Muil been made gay and faatlv
beforehand with Hag and fraah coata
of paint, anil the feeling of thr uaerin
bled multitude mat' lied th decora
tion. tieoanimd fan who hadn't ehowad
ahuve ground ein lent autumn crawletl
out from under their i eapectlv bag
and bouldira lietltn, put on thrlr guy
t nerktlra and headed faf th Height,
of Harlem. Along with them came all
oi t and rnndlllun of pr pl. There
waa nthualam in pnr everywhere
The i-ruwda rhrrred aa they filed lu and
kept on clurrlng after thev got In. ap
plauding every inappy and moillah 11!
play that wm made by cither team In
SILVER SERVICE GIT TO
Half on hour liefore lnrt1ng lime
there wan not a seat left In grind
atand or ob-acher pare and atundlng
room mil being filled up. Juit before
l.W a dlveralnn waa created by a email
band of enthualaatlr rooter from Oak
land, cal., who'd coma all tha way
aero the Continent to batow a gift
upon Harry Wolvrton. th nw man
ager of th Nw York, In token of
their appreciation of hi aervloaa in a
lmtlir rapacity for Oakland' tam last
Althougli th Highlander arc la poa
aeealon of quite a few players aaw to
the big league bualnraa thesa men lr
f untied the rether eaay taak of warm
Ing the bench when th regular game
begin. Of cjurae all th colt attravctad
a good deal of attention while tha team
(Jnc of thr sagsj new to the lllll-topa'
line-up la liaggy Btraet, tha crack
catcher secured In a trade with tha
Washington Club last wlnttr.
Just before the game the player
gathered around home plat with head
bared, the Boston on th third base
side and tha New York on th Aral
base ride, while Assemblymen Albert
K. Hmllh preeented M.'uuger Wolver
ton Hie hsndaom sli er cup from his
California frlonds on it Moral horse ahoe.
seven fatt lileh.
Hoprrme Court Justlre Bdward B.
MrCall threw out thr first ball while
the croad stood and lite band played
th star Fpnne'rd Banner.
Hooper uigled tn left. Yerkaa fanned.
On Hooper aitleiiiptt'd steal street
threw widely to centre and the lied
g raaohsd third. Fpenker waa patient
and aot Ms bae on bulrs. Htahl ac
rtfl'od ii fly to Cree In duep left field,
Srorln.x ilouprr. aardnui- out. Hsrtaall
to Ohaa. t)NK Rlf.N.
Wolter drew four w id ones from
Wood. I unit in spanked th bull on the
ground right over ecind base. Phaaa
put down a nent sacrifice and wa out,
O irdner to Htahl. Crsd groundd out,
Yerkee to Stahl, hut Woltur litlllod. ty
Ini th seOrS. Wood wouldn't tali a
Caaaag with llnrtll and gavo lilm
fl transportation to first. Nulla
initker mad a Wild shot to left Held
In nil endeavor to rnli'h MuiielH nap
plnc, and the latlsr scored. Hnrtsell
ti i to tally on the eume error, but
was out. I., .ir and N'uiiiunaksr. TVYti
Lew: atrii k out: Wngtirr went out by
tlie On rdnrr-Chas route. Nunameker
received a ticket to flrat. Wood ur
prised everybOaT) when alamniltig the
ball 1o centre hn and t'unamaknr
rssgtysd an estna bi'sr on the throw-In
to t'Uul Hacsjar ended the anxluiia
period by siiving to lUrtiall NO RUNaV
Nunan-.tkcr dropped the third strU
on Itotati, tint got bi ll at flrat. Oardner
lilt gafsly nver third base. Strr.-t got a
btg IiiimI when he butted al the HMHop
!n fi KlaTltlander osstusjM for Hia first
time. IIh flifd to Wngnrr. bank of sgca
oiwl base tlirlner made a peachy steal
of second CaldWsH av on his grounder
I. tlShL N Itl'NH.
free a aluj up th fans, who halleeed
tlietnae! . Iiuice when he went Into
"litre Held for Yerkra's vicious amaah.
'"ee uiiide .iniat'hcr n.i e .i.;: u t o of
rpci.kr's My 1n dep lejft. Chase made
a atuud saasjb4a1 of ItertsVaYl lour
tlvrow of Manager Btsht'a bounder.
WoMsr connected with a bnll fin'
boundstl fifteen feet In the air, and by
the Una I'llrber Weed nailed 1t Welter
wts on flrat. Ounlels sc rltli wl to Hta .1.
t'buar out. Yerkra to eltah). Wolter ao
lng to third. Hooper apotlod a urs
aiorr, when he went up agalnat the
right field bleachers for "'ree'a hard
drive. NO RUNS.
Oardner vslked and ivaa forest1 out
on bawls'! grounder. RartMll Id Quid
ner. Icals stole aernnd. Wuvner
bunted safely. N'unamakrr grounded
to Chase and WnaTticr agl forced at
aecond, llart!l gelling Hie put-out.
W ood lined IS Woltrt NO IH'NB
HartSSlI out, Wood to Btahl. Oolun
fouled to Nunamaker. Oardner out,
8lalll to Wood. NO Itl'NH
Hooper walked. Yrrfces forcrjp out
GEN. KEARNEY IN
Downtown Manhattan Sus
pends Work for Great
OLD COMRADES (,l!ARD.
Body Placed in State at City
Hall After Impressive Cere
mony at Trinity.
Th body of fleet!, l'bll Kearney, of
whom iln. Wlnfield Scott ald: "lies
the bravest man and lineal soldier I
have over known," was borne from
Trinity churchyard, whern b had alept
half a century, to the rotunda of tha
City Hall to-day, preaparatory to re
moval to-morrow to the National Ceme
tery at Arllnglon, Va. It waa an occa
sion unparalleled tn American history,
for never before haa the body of one
of this natlon'a moat gallant son who
fall In Ui civil war bean disturbed
after fifty years of peace and carried,
with full military pomp, to a final
reeling place under th auspice of
another generation at fellow country
men and a little handful of hia de
Tha body of the famous, old soldier,
who lost an arm fighting for the flag
In the Mexican war, but entered the ser
vice of tb Union In 1MI and rod un
daunted at the head of hie brigade un
I til he waa shot during; a night ambush
tn September. 1M3. waa removed from
i the grave last nlarht and placed In a
new makrt. banked with floral memor-
I il. In the vestibule of the church. To-
day the great church was filled to over-
nowing wit i military and civil delega
tions come to pay ilnal tribute to his
IMPRESSIVE SERVICES AT OLD
The exrivlaee began with the Kplaro
pal funeral service, conducted by Dr.
Manning, rector of Trinity, assisted by
Curates B. W. Reddish and W. P. Hill.
Tha service em brief but impress! v.
At lis opening the great organ played
the Dead March from Saul, and at tha
end pealed the strains of Chopin's fun
eral march, while the casket ems placed
on a caisson and tha military escort
swung; Into parade formation. The pro
cession took th following order.
Brigadier Oeneral Oeorge K. Dyr
and staff, of tbs Nw York National
Two troops of the First Cavalry,
Naw Tork National Ouard.
Kasex Troop Cavalry. Nw Jersey
lattery Kleld Artillery, New Tork
Battery Plaid Artillery, New Jersey
Battalion Twenty-ninth Infantry, U.
Seventh Regiment. New Tork Na
Orand MarahaJ Oeorge H. Steven
Phil Kearney Poet, No. I, a, A. R ,
New York, aa Ouard of Honor.
Caisson carrying body, and drawn by
alx led horses from Oovernor's Island.
The cortege marched In ahort, slow
tep down the Broadway canyon to
Howling Oteen, down Denver atreet, up
Broad to Wall atrest and back by way
of Broadway to City Hall. Bulna
waa suspended all along ths llns, even
the Brood atreet curb brokers giving
right of way to the procession.
On their arrival at the Cltl Hall th
cavalry troops draw up across the park
and the following regiment, their
bands booming out the aorrowful rhythm
of the Chopli march, swung into an
unbroken line stretching along the eaat
aide of Brotdway. Anns were brought
to pressnt n the caisson bearing the
casket rollsd slowly up to the City Hall
steps. There way had been made for
the Kenrnay Poet. (I. A. R. The little
group of old veterana stood In double
line, -with bured heads, as the caakel
of their old commander was borne up
the steps ind Into the rotunda, where
It will He Ir, state, under guard,
through the n'ght
OAYNOR PAYS SIMPLE TRIBUTE
AT CITY HALL STEPS.
Al the City Hall brief addresses were
SallVe red by Chairman Charlua F. Hop
kin of the New Jsrasfl Commission ap
pointed by lov. Wilson to accompany
the rrimtln to Waalilngton: alavor
Oaynor. T J. Hillary of Naw
Jersey. Major-Uen. Daniel Blckl. U.
S. A. retired, and Oen. lxud, com
mander of ihe O. A. It . Department of
Mr. Hopkins explained how th
movement started ten years ago. for th
removal of Oen. Kearney body la
Arlington and what obstacle had been
ovrrome Movor (lavnor said:
"I nm glad la see that th body of
i Oen. Kearney him at lat been taJcen
i from Hi leinp rary reeling place In
Trinity and the: I: Will now re-t In the
National Cemetery, there tn lie with our
historic deud. among the brave conv
! rodes wl'h whom he shared such if rest
, danger!'. He was a vet v great and
, brave soldier. We ahmild all try to
I emulate hia example, and hit name will
be revered and his rureer fullowd 1
feel privileged to participate In these
I rxerclaea and to pay h nor to the mem
ory of so great n man."
Among those who rod In the cortege
were tu xraudaitffhter mid a great
granddaughter of (ten. Kearney.
t.luil to l.niiith.
(From tits Kanaai ('it? Journal I
"I itoti't sue how you could laugfa so
heartily at that stale Joke "
Hue. I wa glad to laugh. When lie
staitoJ In with his yarn 1 thought II
was going to b a hard lurk elory and
a touch "
Hooper. tret to Hartaell. tpeattr
fanned and Yerkee thrown out at sec
ond. Hi ren to Hartsell. NO HI NM
Street urn, Kuhl to Wool Caldwell
funned. VYoller slnwlnl Wolter stole
second, Danl s out, M.ahl to Wood.
Slshl mil, Dolsn to Chase. iJardnrr
filsd to Cree. Lewie out, Hartsell to
disss. NO HUNS.
Hero' 8 Great
BACK IN PLAN TO
(Continued from first Page.)
along national lines. He dlsciinse.1 the
tariff legislation enacted by the DsJMa
emtio House and In detail review. ,t the
action of Congreea and the l'nsldent
toward the tariff during the Tatt ad
mlrlstrstlon. He told the story of the
"atrocious" I'ayne-Aldrlch bill, reviewed
Ihe revision of the cotton and wool tar
Iffs and charged that Prusldent Taft
had uppermost In his mind th manu
facturer and '.Ms profit whn h re
ferred to the recent textile siruggls at
Temporary Chairman Van Santvoord
opened the afternoon session with:
"In eo far aa there arc ladles present
I beg the gentlemen prueent to desist,
so far as ios1bl, from smoking. Be
aides, we up here on the platform arc
not permitted to smoke, und as a good
Democrat I am opposed to the epedul
privilege, or permitting delegates to do
what ere are prohibited from doing.
Ths report of the comnilitee on per
manent organisation, nominating Con-
gressman John J. Pltxgerald of Ktnga
to oe permanent chairman, was a looted.
Chairman Van Bantvoord appointed
y n areas a. Trsman. Leonard H. Crouch,
Of unondega, and J. H. Quintan of
Queans aa a committee to escort Mr.
ri tags i aid to the oh air.
wWAKte, CHAMP CLARK GETS
"I7ndr fhe wise leadership of Aoeaker
Chatnp Clark," read Fltsgerald. and'
halted, for the mention of the name of
the Democratic apeaker brought out the
Brat real ovation of tha day. Por near
ly a minute the vvrteloipplng continued.
Mention it moment later of House
Lender Oscar l iidei-Wood of Alabama,
prominently spoken of ai a Treeldentlal
poesUilllty. was the occasion of another
ovation, though, not nearly ao prolonged
aa that given to Hpeaker Clark.
Ptlxgerald was loudly applauded
when, in epeaklng of President Taft'
veto of the woollen and cotton bill he
"Hs vetoed the bill, and when the
news was Hashed to the public his ex
pressive smile iwa but the flickering
shadow of the expansive grin of con
tcntmtnt that waa prevalent wherever
tha trust magnates and th benefi
ciaries of law protected profits gath
ered to commend hi action."
Soma discussion waa aroused by the
fact tihat In the original draft of Mr.
Van Santvoord's apcech there was a long
attack on Col, Roosevelt. Thla attack
wit dropped out In the delivery of the
address. Mr. Van Biutvoord In explain
ing this, said:
"My epeech was fifteen minutes too
long. They told me I would have to cut
It. I concluded It would be better tn
cut out the ltoosevelt stuff than tu omit
my referenoes to conditions In this
In the delivery of his speech Mr. Vim
Santvoord launched u boom for the re
nomination of Oov. Dtx. The convention
received It kindly, but It Is a long way
Democrats of Naw York appear to be
a long lived and sturdy lot. The same
old crowd that has attended State con
ventions fur years was on hand to-day
Pew prominent Democrats have passed
away a la St Ihe last meeting at Roches
ter. Udward M. Shspard wua missed
In tha Tammany ranks th absence of
Thomas 1 tlrady wa noted.
Chaflss. r Murphy wua warmly wel
comed when he entered the Hall. It
linked I'ke old times to see Murphy
aeuted next to hia one-time mentor, J.
Sergeant Cram. Justice Daniel P. Co
SatSlli for an long thu rluht hand and
mouthpicrn of the Tammany biisa, waa,
of course, absent and Cram was on the
tub In his place.
USHERS IN TUXEDOS AMAZE
Seigeant-at-arm Charlie Whltn Is au
thority for the i.uoment Mint this I the
"clssalest convention the Democracy
ever held " Ills declaration was aroused
by the appearance of th usher, who
wore low cut vests, Tuxedo coats, per
fectly while shirts and a crimson band
Inscribed "usher" across their bosoms.
Also, there was on hand a larg and
vigorous brass bsnd which filled the
small hail with sound.
The election law ar pled by the lsst
Legislature provide for a roll oall of
dt'les-strs on the (election ot a tempo
rary 6h airman, In Rochester this for
mulity was treated by the iirpubllcuns
ns a joke. Hut Hoc Democratic conven
tion treated the law passed by a
Democratic legislature almost with rev
erence, secretary Maaon called the roll
with scrupulous tldellly to form. Th
proceeding wut tedious and time devour-
Funeral Leaving Trinity;
- Granddaughter in Guard ot Honor.
Ing, but as rarrlsd out with tb
At the conclusion of the roll call
Mr. Pulmrr designated Assemblyman
Albert H Smith of New York. Senator
Robert P. Buah of Chemung and E. O,
S. Miller of Buffalo, a committee to es
cort Mr. Van Santvoord tn the chair.
CONVENTION CHRERS NAME OP
Tha temporary chairman was greeted
with epplausa and soon had his au
dience going. The first outburst of
cheering waa arouaed by the mention
of th name of Abraham Lincoln, an
unusual feature In a Democratic con
vention. Then Van Santvoord gave
the Democrats a chance to cheer their
own party by mentioning In succeinlon
the names of Jefferson, Jackson, Cleve
land and Dnvld B. Hill. The apeech of
Mr. Van antoord was long but In
teresting to the gathering to which It
in general the speech was a defence
of the plstform adopted In Kocheatar
In 1910 and an exposition of the claim
that th Legislature and the Demo
cratic administration havo carried out
the pledgen of that platform.
Mr. Van Santvoord, who Is the legal
adviser-end personal lrtend of Gov. Dlx,
took upon himself In the course ot his
address to deliver a warm def CHS of
the Governor. It was apparent from the
reception given this passuge of Mr. Van
Santvoord' oratory that tha conven
tion waa friendly to Gov. Dlx.
DIX HAS MANY PRIENDS ON
It was surmised by the delegates that
Van Santvoord was boosting the Gov
ernor for a renomlnatlon. Practically
the sams delegates who were In at
tendance to-day will select a Demo
cratic candidate for Governor next tall.
Hut few of them expect to select Oov.
Tie Impression is Unit Murphy 1s
through with the Governor and Mr. Van
Santvoord's effort on behalf of lit friend
wae looked upon a an effort to offset, in
a measure, the unpopularity of Oov. Dlx
with the machine. And again tha lauda
tion ot Gov. Dlx may have been a
: ature ot a Plan formed by Murphy to
ayund sentiment a to the feeling ot
Die rank and file with respect to the
Democrstlo Stats Executive.
VI i strli t adherence to ths law tha
rvtl was called again at the conclusion
of Mr. Van Santvoord a speech for ths
purpo'e of recording substitutions. At
tha conclusion of this formality th
ua ial motions for the organisation of
I V' convention were adopted. An ad-
llinirassjl taken at 1 o'clock until
I o'clock and the committee on perma
nent organisation, resolution und selec
tion of national delegates went Into
1 irt that is visible enn lie easily
removed. Germs und uses me
invisible, yet they are the more
The Otli rless Diainfectaiit is attfer,
bt nuiger und cheaper than carbolic
acid and it does not cover uue odor
with another. 1
aelq arebsra. Wrltr. Hmrs B. Plan, tl
visa St., MS lest. Is rras Ulaatisue
session In committee room adjoining
th convention h ill.
T. S. Monitor Jaime A. Gorman.
Itssjf York County.
Charles P. Munphy, New York
Oov John A. Dlx. Wnnen County.
Alton B. Parker. I 'later County.
John D. Crlmmina, New York County.
John If. Weber. Kings County.
Ahrahnm 1. Irving. Ilronmo County.
John I. Strong. Krle County
The delegates I Congressional dis
1. Aiaraat Belmont. Kredrrl. k . I l
Maurice ro-inelh, ('.liarlea pops raMweD..
I, Tlieeakva 0, Kill, llohert Fum .
l. Herman V Meta. Lawrence P rerrnll.
fi. TiMMBMla F. Ityniea. I -coirs .1 ic 11
II Michael K llutlar, Jimeph W M-.
7. I '-i .1. FKrsttakl. James Kane.
MM :. Steer.. Alenn. Ii. M. lacif'illa.
f, .1. I. Keilv. i. ii. Timmerman.
10. KdM-anl I.H,ii,iij. J.. hi, II. Mel 'onej.
11. Auram I. Klkua, William r. lin-ll.
IV. John K. Abeam, Perry Belmout.
II T. U. Hullliaii, tMlltam 0. MrAdne.
11 William aula". I'1 Niton
IS, Mieliael J. Iliit-nmoiir. Jamea I' . nu- i
IC. Ijlur-nre (inflkin. J4ui Foi.
17. Morsan J. 0 Pries, Mmue fntrrmter.
1". UUliam Tem.li. Knmet'., William r
1. Join B. StanrVfi.M. Herman 111-Mer.
10, .tiHin 1-'. Mrlnf r.. JT, Merseart I'ram.
11, Aroliibald It. ,wstSB, Join guln.
Henry Mclnin"nane. Antnnlo Zie-ia.
til, Wllll.ni rkdjmer. r .arl.t It. Alexander.
M, lle..rxe N. Iten.lLinlt. Jame. T. ieiinoii
a. It-ihert It. Van Cirtlnd. Ffed II Waldorf,
: tieorx K. (jerkin., Illrhant P. Hark.
'St. ileorirs M. Palmer, Krriit narlsr,
fs. Jnsepii 1. Mnn Pstnek K. M he.
i. i A. K-: WinfieM I. Hup'.iiek.
By, llmrdl Hmltli. William A. llanttner
III. Tl onvaa orrttl, 'I ' -uiaa 1". ' '
M, Charles N. n ,-r. ti. H. V. ., aild
Hit .lohn p M V .-. Harmnl A. ItearUler.
M. Wtlllam W Karlev. Jamea J. Ilfarl )r.
,'t.. Tlesnaa Itvsn. T.i.miM- W. Mr4u-m.
B7. iHndel Slieehnn. Cnsrle K. Tremen.
.18. Thomas VV. Fituh.Tne, J.Min l'allace.
111). .1 .hn N, Iknnoian. Iteni-llrt llemlu
4n ltoh.-tl II. iIuvt . Nnrma'i K Mack.
Jt. l.,.iU P. Fiilier.iuin. Willla-n t, Kaatln
17 William II. ritstiatrirS. umial f,
4S. Wsltee "p. FIion. Herbert P. Mlbler.
DIAMONDS AND GOWNS
OF MILITANT SISTERS
GIVE COLOR TO BOXES.
Suffragists and suffrngeCei filled the
box tn the balrony, sparkling In dia
mond, Paris (towns snd resolution.
The diamonds and gowns unquestionably
were for the purpose ot dasaltng ths
men; the resolutions th woman hoped
te have Incorporated In the State flat
form. In every rhalr In ths hall was sn open
letter, addressed by the Women Suffrage
party tn the State delegates, calling for
the Insertion ot a recommendation that
thr national platform contain a plank
favorable to suffrage. These thousand
or more circular letter were folded
i and personally placed on th - i.-lrs by
Mrs. James Lees Laldlaw of No. 6 Rest
1 sixty-sixth street, wife of the banker.
Mr. Laldlaw I chairman of th omen
I Suffrage parly for the Borough of Man
I In the upper boxes were Mrs. J.
, Hedge Crowell of No. 1044 Plfth avenue.
New York City, treasurer of th same
branch of the Woman Suffrage party;
Mrs. A. c. Ilugatone of No. Si West
Plfty-thlrd street chairman of the Pub
lic Demonstration Committee of the
Woman Suffrage party; Mrs. K. Jean
Nelson Penfleld. chairman of Woman
Suffrage party of New Yorlc Cltv; Mr.
Harriett May Mill, president New
York Unite r.jffrnv,. Association, and
Mrs. It. n. Burrow-v, corresponding sec
retary of the same association.
NO KIND WORDS FOR MRS.
Mr. Crowell, wearing a semi-evening
gown and enough diamond to pay a
king ransom, even In the good-old
days when kings were expensive lux
uries, dseiarsd in advance that positive
ly no stones would ho thrown or
hatchets wielded, a 1 Mrs. PankhuraL
"We women at the top," she said
"are trying to help our poorer sister
St the bottom. That Is true democracy.
In the real nrlto-racy, from which I
comr, la the true democracy, for always
It Is the aristocrat who. eacrlflclr.g self
Interest, works for th masses below
thorn. There wus Jffeison. a true
srlstnrrat; he was the real Democrat for
his first thought was of the masses be
Mrs. Crowell said she had received
large check from Mrs. Russell 8age.
to be used In furthering ths cauae of
stiff rune In this State. Bhs declined to
state the amount Mra. Sage contrib
uted. "But It was a very lanre one," she
admitted, "for Mr, etsge never gives
any other kind. It will asitat ua mate
rially In our work."
Mr. Hughston. who I to have
rhart-e of the May parade, and who In
"ure many gOWgSJ srr k urn- to bs
ruined In th dirty streets." announced
her candidacy to-day for ttie Job of
"Big Hill" Rdwand. Street Cleaning
Commissioner, no he might get the
PENNY A pOUNQ PPrtnrl
Special lor Th.iiaday, lltti
BON l).Na. gfw. value. 1UC
CHOCOL4XI COVJtKKU ra
4le. vaiu. rasa Maeaa
l'ark Bsw ad t urlloadt street etere
Ail ..nr at urea ssea Salsrdsii
Milk Chocolate Covered
Meaty and taatv Filberts bum-tied to
geiher and ibun bald la position by
a nil aiveet cuatin or
uur Premium Milk c'hou-
town olaaned up before the neat
MtH. Mill, president of thr Rtate
Aaaorlatlon. brought with her the reso
lution the women nought to have In
corporated in the platform.
TROOPS MIX IN
fCsaMaued from Klrt HMte.)
the guards walked across the practi
cally vacant armory to the large front
A fw minute later the door were
opened, but only the delegate -bearlnt-card
signed by Secretary King were
admitted. Thus Taft forces filled thr
hall deeplte ffltntlc effort of the Roose
velt men to gain entrance through aide
door, windows and ttie basement.
The opposing chairmen attempted a:
th sam moment to oen ttie conven
tion. W. D. Cordon of Midland, a
Hnoaelt committeeman, sprung to the
stage and attempted to add rasa the
convention. He waa hurled from th
stage by J. P. Crsmer of Msrquette, a
Tint msn. Police and mtlltla at this
Juncture forced bark a hundred nvn
who Joined In the fight precipitated by
Gordon and Cremer. AH attempts to
qult th excited delegate se emsi use
less. Despite greet disorder, both th Taft
nnd Koosvlt forces attempted at the
ame time to organise the ronvrntlon.
Two giant policemen stood guard over
Mr. Beverldge, who had been swept
bark from bis fat .luring th Cordon
While Secretary King attempted ito
get a vol on the question of temixirsry
chairman, Gordon resumed his speech
smkl wild confuwon. More ltoosevelt
delegates entered the hsll through Iran- I
soma over doors. PoMce fought snd
ejected some of them. Pin-illy Secretary i
King announced that lirant Fellows of
Hudson, a T,ft delenatc, had been elect
ed temporary chairman.
FREED ON JURY'S
(Continued from First Page.)
mother, brother and slaters closed In
on her. After a time they led her tot
tering out to the elevator.
In another part of the building. Os
car Zlnn was struggling with the
mother of Prank Nlcoderaus, trying to
get her out of the court. She was wav
ing hsr arms violently over her heal
and crying out for justles for "her
poor dead boy."
When the lury was sent out for
ltinoh by .ludere Rosalsky Aaslstant-Dlstrlrt-Attornoy
Moss sent his mes
senger, Oecar 7..nn. to the parent and
brother of Frank Nicodemus. who were
n'ttlng In the court room, as they have
throughout tse trial. Zlnn -was told to
conduct them to Mr. Moss's office on
the third floor.
There Mr. Mo told them Ii had
I -srd they had threatened violence In
Hie court house building If Mr. Ntoo
itenvu -were acquitted.
"I am told," he said to Mr. Nico
demus, "that at one of the sessions of
the court last wrk, you said to a par
rn:i anting beside you substantially
theae wonda: 'If thla woman la ac-i-iltted
I shall kno.v what to do; for It
sho Is acquitted I shall know that a
woman who kills in this state may go
free and that one woman la as free to
kill as another.'
"For that reason It has been under
stood that It was your Intention, In
event of an acquittal, to kill either
Mr. Nlrodemu or an officer of the
court, either for the prosecution or
defence. What have you to say tn
answer to this?"
"May the saints be my witness, said
i Clogged up
That's Why Ysu'rs Ti
arts Have No Agpshss.
wil pat yen naavl
ia a lew dsys.
I ney do
HUL PILL SHALL DOSE. MALL P1XS
Gsnoino sxatbn Signature)
. . .. . . I 'rade irk.t
Special for trtday, the 12lh
('HIM OU4TK AMI VAN.
I HKAMr.lt 1 11.11 , IA
a.-H . value. I'OI Ml BOX 1UC
slAHailMAI.I.OWsI. Our .
reaular 2Se. gouda. 1 llr,
Itll.ND BOX CJaV
opea etary etenlsg ostll 11
evralag uatll II o'eleck.
54 BARCLAY fl
Car Waal keeasajes "
PARK ROW ii NASSAU
Th specltrd wstgbt tn each Instane In
elude 'he container.
WAR IN MICHIGAN
VERDICT OF INSANE
Am Haxiivwi a I .
the mother of the dead man. "I
sold nothing of the ort. There
nothing of the sort in my iaeai
shall tie grieved If there Is no
csnce for thr death of my son,
was to be the support of my old
but t have no murder In my heafti
leave that for other."
Th rider Mrs. Nicodemus Is a t
woman of atrnng features. Swathes)
mourning veils so only her face ak
li has Saaa iLtnarlitd by all
who attended the trial for the
bitter. iinhllnUlng gaxe she has kept
napnaei nicooemui. an inree an
to a aearch. Mrs. Nicodemus
stenographer, rao wen pons ware
They were kept under ths eye of
county datectlve until they returned
their places In ths court room.
BABY HAD ECZEMA
nr umnPT vi
llf KM I
In Great Pain. Arms from Wrist
Elbow. Lees from Knes to An
m r mm a A .1
ai i s - m aM f
avM.la-1 II allltl 17 1 1 1 1 II IITI I a a IIUW UU
D r.QWsVni, WOOD dJ WW IWff aVsllDi
had eezeni of ta
I nod to make mm
clothes r lib
like mittens, snd keso
on day and night, tie i
areas nam. ills anna i
wrist to elbow and his
from knee to ankle were
like raw meal and you
imagine wna ine poor
1 tticu eo luanj
and nothing helped Mm. Then I tried I
cure rloap and llullcura uuinen.
times a day I bathed him with es hot i
be could atand and Ciitkura ttoap.
would put on tbs Cuticura Olntmeat
baud sea with linen Cloths t did tills al
k i. i. sxasxlga rura.l safari arrut rfotVt
how thankful I am." (Signed! Mr. T.
6aUer, Nov. 27. lull.
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