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ROOSEVELT TO CHALLENGE CONVENTION
More Waiters Strike as Manager Quits Hotel Men
Wtfather Showers tn-tilglif clenrlnnr Tlinrailayi cnnlrr
tVcmiier Shower to-nUsHi oUarlig Thnrsdari cooler
"Circulation Books Open toAll7
u Circulation Books Open to All" I
f7, g&ICE ONE CENT.
Coorrlaht. 1D1S. hr Th. rres rubllliU
Co. lib Nw lark World).
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
PRICE ONE CENT.
I -!T EDITION. T
WfERS' STRIKE SPREADS;
: REGAN QUITS HOTEL MEN
IN HUFF AFTER MEETING
Knickerbocker Manager Re
, I fiigns Saying Association
. Didn't Help Him.
TALE OF KIDNAPPING.
itfcn Declare They Were
'Locked Up and Beaten
Two Other Walk-Outs.
JamM 11. Itojan, prprletor of the Hotel
pnlckerbocker, -whose dining rooms
wtro tied tip on llonday by a strlko of
II the waiters, resigned from this Hotel
Men'i Allocation In a huff thH after
noon nftcr a Inn wrangle mid the ox
chance of soma ftptjtallc.
lie announced kajfito. reason for his
desertion of the Association, which non
faces the serious possibility of a city-
wide ittlke in all the liostclrlc. his be
ll.f that the other ineml.cr. of the hotel J
men's organization had icfucd t0 . ei iiunK iwni umw cm. .....
land behind him when he made a dc-las "M in hall on an Indictment
inand for extra waiters to fill tho plnces charging the murder of Uachsl Ue
left vacant 'by tiie strlko at Iho KntcU. bowltz.
trimcker. 7,alt win furla"e- Friday, by Mrs.
iini,,i i.m' A.Korlatlon had been William Halgh, Vho will give the An-
:lh general session nt Its rooniM In the
.Camhrldgn nulldlng. on Thirty-third
atreet. nil morning when tno issue
Which led Kenan to offer his sudden
resignation cumo to tho front. The
proprMor of the Knickerbocker pro-
tested that the BtrlKuureaKcrii which . .-.
had been sent to htm by the assocla-1 that many suspicious deaths In tho hos.
tlon were worthless, mid announced pltal were due to carleisness In admin
that on his own lnltlatlV3 ho had pro-1 l9terl!1K t0 ,he hclplcsj Infants. In his
vlded himself with 150 waiter mid .idrcsSi ne demanded that the
Would resume '"nlnroom service ut
1 . ...(....In,.! n T-flt.1otlt
, offwt that all neK'UUitlon.
th committee tof the allied nodetles ut
waiters, wmi n.. "r .. . ' .
had been conferring InPW" l
the union, should be caiicu on ......
each member of the Association sm.u.u
. ..,,1,1 u.rt.ivi iui.iii.ui. 'I.., ..Vl.Ul UU
many waiter;. , lie icoi J'"rrecJ, M. Anker, Mn :aUBhlns ,nt0
ta those hotels which were sufferin
from the strike, Includlns his own
MR. REGAN FREES MIND AND
RE8IQN8 ON THE SPOT.
When an amendment deflsned to
halve, ltegan's motion was inu.iu ..."
.u.ri..- ...id the other mem-
rtnicneruu-. - ,hn,h, i
tra of the As.ocla Ion what he thou.ht
t thorn and resigned on the spit,
resident Heed explained t an Kvtn'.r.R
World reporter after tho meetln-' t.iat
tho reason Mr, M-san had not rc lived
waiters from the oilier liot.ls to III!
the places of the str'.'trri whs that In
every Instance wn demands were
made upon them tl.r. hid refused to KJ.
Four men who sav t.m: t;W ''i'1 u,rn
hired by nn emplown nt lg.-my to p:.iy
the part 'if strike'.. 'eaUers In case tiie
-.!.. at the II .t-! Astor s'iouM so n
iHli.1 nnnnired 111 ' "
ollirc oi ..'''
Bohwanim. a lawye- nt X. Ma'm
,M. nfltrnoon ttl'll bloody fjees
and toni clothes f. K-t adv ee on bo
to bring actlom a-n nst Illl.ini i.
Muschenhelm, proprietor u ino ""'";
and several Cel.ot'.w for nestult mid
battery and Mdsupp'w,-. J hey iiuo
wanted to have fie Jiwer obtain writs
of habenua iJrpu mi mn ..-.
thirty or forty n'li'r m-n vn..,
MX, are being held under itu.ird of di
teatlves In lockeJ roams at the hutel.
Charles Oroiik, the urn oi me nr.ii'r.i
miartet who hd n Woody no-,, and
ode eye In mourn'ns. stld that on Jl.m-
day lie went to the Central Kmpliyment
Agency on rilxtli avenue, and when ho '
was told that a Job was open to him he1
wat taken to an empty houso nt No. IS
North Moore street, whern a Mr. Tuck-
tr seeiiied to bo 111 ciiarge and where
iliero wero niunv moio' appllfa.ils like
From North Moor.' n.reet tiey we- o
all uken to u f .inilslnd ruuiii hinui- ut ; ;t MIm Anliert In the hospital for
No. HJ West Forty-ilM'i K'roet, a.-cor.l-1 ov.e full day after they had tncured her
Ing' to Uronk' story, und thorn they confession and formally placed liar un
were held under RuurJ of dettotlvm ,or nriest, In tho meantime endeavor-
from a private nguiicy and for the mat
time wero told thui .:iey wem to no
. - . ... L.l ....t.rt,n .. III..
neia as n.BBiuif f.i . .,.'
Oronk said that they wero taken to
the hotel, between thirty and forty nil
told, and locked In . large mom on other witnesses for the State had sworn
the Ilrst lloor. DeteellveH In waiters' just as posltlvoly that Mies Ankers had
garb were dlHtrlbute.i thiougli tho nousrht only 1.6 ounc8 of the poison,
room, according to t.iu tale uf tho bat-' The Justice told the Jury It was for
Urad Oronk, and when they asked tolfhem to weigh theou' facts carefully.
. 'Justice ficudder'a charge occupied ntOT
Continued on Second race.) than one hour,
Miss Ankers Found Not Guilty
After an Hour, but Held
on Additional Charge.
The Jury In the case of Winifred
Ankers, nn trial on nn Indictment ac
cusing her cf canning the death by poi
son of HIchaM Oamersall, an Infant
Inmate of the ltrosklyn Nursery and
Infants' IIorplt.il. returned a verdict of
not KUllty. late this afternoon, after
deliberating one hour and thirteen mln-
"te.. The defendant still, stands ac-
hers girl and her b.Viy a home. It I
not nicely she wll! ever be tried on the
otlpr mclnu.nt, unless new evidence
.... , , ,
succcafud defense by Ldward J.
In a scathing denunitatlon o: MIoj
" " se 'Jluo'' xiowaru, saperjnienaer.t
tne case against .usi Ankers was
"framed up" by the hotpltal manage-
ment to shield ltelf. If.. 'nstFrt mion
an inlm.J!ate Qmnd Jury investigation
of thu conduct of the itosrits!.
Supremely conlldent 'ihe uuUl
court, chuckling to "Johnny Bull," her
baby. The Infant seemed to enter un
consciously Into the spirit of tho occa
sion, hie Infectious lausitter never cecs
Ir.j. Immediately after court opened Jus-
lice Scudder ruled ayjlnst tho domand
of the defense that Miss Ankers' con
ground t.iat it had litjcn obtained from
her ..) duiei, the psllce havlns
llireate.-.c.l to tatte her child from hir
unlets she did so.
"I lur.e rone throah the briefs sub
mitted to me," Justice Scuddcr .iIJ,
"and hive decided to permit the Jury to
pass upon the methods employed by the
pillce In cciirln5 ib confeislon from
A.ttr:ey llellly Immediately an
noun el :.f v.-oul.l .n.io'.uce no evIJenre,
'issIuk t ri i declalo:i, he fald, upon the
ellj:e f i:lure of tho Htate to mako nut
. fpr tlj1 H,rtte .i,,,),,,
1 rale asiins; ini i.riaunei.
opening for tlln r-tue, i.'iiucti no w.-,uia
.,,,.. outline the ivSilcni'o and make
j flo p(n ()f ,,,.,,
yr voi' lengthy argument was
.erfI. n rPf,mie of tiio testimony of the
JUDGE CHARGE TO JURY HELD
FAVORABLE TO GIRL.
At the n.ni'luslnn of th arguments
Justice Seudder ruled out the seconl
ount nf the Indictment on whlrh Miss
Ankers was tried. Justice Souddrr'f
charge to the Jury was lesarded
very favorable to the joung wornm
He pointedly remarked that the law
requires the immediate arraignment of
a pilroner before a magistrate where
the prloner may bo reprecnted by
1 rciiiTcl. Tils law, Justlro Setldder de-
timed, w.x violated by the police, who
ns tc, work up a stronger case against
lie pointed out the startling fact that
the State's own witnesses had sworn
ounces of oxalic arid wero turned
over tn chemists for analyels, although
JURY ACQUITS GIR
BABY BY POISONING
Loving Cup for Brave Rostron,
Who Dashed Through Ice
to the Rescue.
THANKS AND A MEDAL
Crew Also Come in for Recog
nition for Their Un
Cnpt. A. If. llostron of the Cunard
liner Carpathla, his ofTlccrt and the
members of his crew wero presented
with medals to-day by a committee rep
resenting the survivors of the Titanic
disaster. The presentation was made
aboard tho ship at her ptcr In the North
lUver. In addition to a gold medal
Capt. Itostron received a magnificent
silver loving cup, suitably Inscribed,
Tho presentation emphasised the fact
that Capt. Kostron Is a sailor hero of
the type famed In sons; and story.
With true modesty he deprecated his
own part In tho rescue his Intrepid
rush through Ice flees to the relief of
the hundreds In the ft all llfoboats-und
Insisted upon giving' tho bulk of tho
credit for the rescbe to his otllcera and
'further honors await Capt. Ilostro'i.
The Congress of the I'nltcd States
voted JHm a 11,000 gold medal yesterday,
Besides this a substantial purse has been
madd up for him.
ThJ CarpathU reached port early to
day for the first time since ehe camu In
with the Titanic survivors. After the
passengers had disembarked tho com
mittee selected to make the presenta
tion boarded tho vessel. The members
of the coaimitteo were Frederick IC.
Seward of Now York, Chairman; Mrs.
j J. J. Drown of Denver, Karl Hehr, New
York; BJornslrom fl'.cffcnsoii, Washing
ton: Kred K. Spcddcn, Tuxedo Iark;
George A. Harder, Brooklyn, and 1. V.
Krauenthal, New York.
SHIP'8 FORCE GATHERS AT
Capt. itostron, his filacers and the
members of tho crew wero lined up In
the old-fashlontd Ulnlug ro;m of the
Carpathla. Along the port side were
the engineers' force. In which grimy
firemen, fresh from the stokehold, pre
dominated, Tho stewards and steward
esses and seamen wero lined up on the
ipposlte eide. Capt. Itoslron and his
outers stood near the hcid of the cap
tain' table und tho member of tho coin
mlttee were grouped nearby.
Chairman Seward flnt presented th"
big loving cup to Capt. llostron. Tie
remarks of Mr. Sew.ird were brief
Capt. llostron. after a brief anJ em
barrassed "Thank you" stepped out nr.d
delivered quite, a spcccii, rh"lng hlui
self to e an orator us well as : su lor.
In wriil urncd sentences he thank- il
tho meni'.urs of tho oiniiiitleu and -il
nthei'3 who had taken part In nrrmilnx
thu prctftjitatlon. lie explained that he
had deno only the duty demanded of
hint as a sailor when lie rushed his lviat
through the lec to thu icllcf of the
'"If i.Tcte Is any credit attached to
this," lv j:ud, "I don't claim all of 1 ,
My 'oytu ;'. diserve tile moat nf the
credit. They worked hird and willingly
nt the t ' ' "f res .ie.
"I want to thank nil of you," contln-
,:it!nued on Second I'asc.)
AT NEW YORK.
0 1 4 0 2 0
3 0 0 0 0 0
DOSTON 006431 3 4 -
CAPTAIN ON ARRIVA
1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1
Capt. Rostron of the Carpathla
Receiving- Survivors' Loving Cup
sjJsjsjpjpjpjjMHMBHMsajpjHb ft 9tttSKmmttnKJUtlSSKHGKmmSSB3
Moltke, Hamburg - Anuiicm
Vessel, on Bar With Big
List of Passengers.
The IliimbiiiK-Ampilfiiii liner Maltke,.
bound fur Uilicu and Naples with n 1.'
llst of passengeiH, tan iigruund un tho
liar at the south slJo f AiiLirom I'hnii.
ml at 1WI o'cloA t.ii.s ufternooii. It
was low tldu when Hi" Mir jitcunur
rrouudod, but Hh.i was ntlll fast ut l'
o'e'vek ai.d no tuga ntie In night.
The Multl'.e wuiild he. .o clean-a the
chunnel in ten mlnutex more, a fo;;
bank blcv In from tho iu and hi I ik
buoyn. Whe.i the fog lifted ob'.-rviiH
at Sandy Hooi: ntrt.'d tin: thu Hto.iiner
had not chamtcd her position in m nc
t.'iuii two houni. Then It waa ulueov
cred siio wiiH .igiound.
The ea wa e.i'.n mid n heavy ram
was falling ut tho last ci.j-rviitln of
the ship from Sandy Hook. No wlnloss
message telling nf the piedl anient of
the vexiifl 'mil been p'eked up, anil tills
wns taken tu Indleute Unit the nll.it nn,
captain wero taking a eliance ()f back-
Ing the tlrn nn the bar nt high tldi.
Ill-ih tide v.iis iiun ..t li.T. .hl I'M iiltur,
Tho lliimbiip:.Aiiii ..in iiiiin.s h,.i
received a viicleia mrsj,. fr in c,,.,.
CU .. ..I.n.... f .1. . . .. '
afternoon, stuthig that In- w.im nr.,.
reeding out slowly, n ml In a ileum, fir;
usnK lie gnnin.ic.i near lliiuy .Nu, r,. It
was low tide anil he hiili'd in KPt rf
with tlio rlslm; water.
I'he messagi. milled that the
had not Miut.ilno I any il.imase. She
cirrlel PV, Hrrt n.l Vij rr-iml enb'n
l-assengers nil a Inrge number of
Two tugs were dl'p.itclied aid the
Mltkn ahmild the iif"'e'nlty ai'so. i
FELL EIGHT sTrORIES.
HIT BROOKLYN PASTOR.
Chicago Wiinlow Wa.-lier Killed
aiul Rev. Henry II. Heck
OiriCAOO, May 20. window wahher
In a downtown oltlco bidding wn.i killed
to-day when he fell from tli.i eluhth lluor
and Itev, Henry II. I In i.r llimiklyn
was injured when stiu.-k uy ilm falling
I)r, He;k's snkle wn or.i1.. n mul he
was Injursi Internally. U .u.nu.'vd
to i .'.Jipltil.
TAKE 130 A DAY
Hotel Men Tried to Hold Up
Braves and Will Get
Ueeaiue of the rapacity of the hotel
keeper In llaltlmurn thu Tammany
Hall delegation to thu Deui.icrntlo N.i
tloml Convention, 2,'.v)0 strong, will be
comfortably housed uutaldo fie hotelu
nt reasonable -rutei. The Tamminy
p..oplo have outgeneraled the Itiltlmorr
hotel mon and there Is nn agreement
imotn the Tammany nun tiint th."
will bo ext.'emely frugal In their ex
penditures In Baltimore Inltls, In vloti
of the fact that Iho city Is plentifully
atipplled with icMtatir.int.i and idai.o.
v.inr.i lifjuld lefronhment may be j!j.
Thi.niis I. Smith, Ihe Kerrelnry of
Tammany Hall, uxs the Ilrst man on
the Ki'iiind necking accimnrndutloni In
H.iltlmo;a alter the emneii.'i. i li.nl b. un
,i warded to that ctiy. Ilu found that,
.ilihourh 'he hotel men had :;;ned nn
Hgreem.nt t'.in: they would ni: hi.;
cN'iibltant rate t iey weie jn .. lil.iirf t.
ilU'.'e r(ainabl ligtires. Thi.iuli .i
lepi uientatlvn of nil the II iltlnioi n
'.ote'.a he inudu a tentative contract to
i:,kc one hundred looms at 5l'i rv day
per mom without muals.
This agreement was sub -i ipiently re
pudlnted by tho hotel i'uple. .Mr.
Smith kept up eurremiuli nee with
the Ilaltlmore hotel inan ineis and nftcr
i, Ut of troii.ilo found tt.at they limit,, ,,mmaiin,
tigieed to auk from fri lo U) a day
In- rooms without meals n ni went m
iiuliiiig tliat from four .o nx men bo
lo.;-d In a rjom.
All thu district le.idirs wer suminnnul
in Titmiiuny Hall for a ruiifen nee. A
pin tn lilr n big ftc.mntiii,, t t;,,.
iliie.all"'' t" i'altlmuio and .
lhru v.'uh found iii'n'.iet'i-i:,!,.. fhiti
arb district luad. i sent 4 irmfel ni!.n
to llalttmoi j tn n. giUni- fur ii.in,,ra
In i itiall hotels and boaulliirf h.risn
Thosu m1aaius were mc 44ful
(Continued on Second I'lre.)
U'n-1.1 1 1 I lll n rr inrl.Mi llilhi,
nlnn I.. re. Until M I III i.rliit.' ! nv ftl,
Ur 't .. I Mum-me, ( I. If. i.",.llt lu at
lesu.iu. c. ULS far!; tiJ.r, '.
I i I i
National Sporting Club Ring
Official Seeks Reinstatement
Palgro Tells Troubles.
Tom fi'Ib. tii;'.H trnii'jle.s multiply.
Ho lust Ills el ib mid t lift Idi White
Hope ti tnl to-!ry bin nfflciil r.-ferei,
rnty Haley, turnei' agulnat him. Ai
Ijearltig v.iliinl. illy befnro III'' Hla'e
Athletic ('o.niiilaiilun tlitrt nftrrnonn
Haley fiirriinlly apologled fur violating
the roiiiiuluion'H rules lit giving n de
r'sli.n In the Slew.irt-S.'nlth bout re-r.-nt!,
be.'uuse of which the National
Spotting (iu.i lost lis tlceiKc, Ilia
stnteinint to lh. etiminiasliii, made and
wKlied after r .(.nsuttatlon with his at
Urney wjm r.s follow:
"I, I'atjy Haley, voluntarily uiikn thlx
mntrment I nm ii.irry I g,iv u drtj.
hIoii In Ihe Stewart-Smltli ountest May
I e. rtalnly vlnlite.l the rules nf the
romin'"lin. liMd 1 fell I was Imposed
upon by il"' o'H it'll of tin. National
Sporting liu'i. I want to obey tiie rules
of the r.imtnl'Hloii, its I bellnve It In
lilolng excellent work In advancing the
I snort nf Inning In till State, and I
I hereby withdraw tiny nctlnn I have
j taken against tho commission, feeling
' the naire to have been unjustified mid
The Htatemrnt seemed tn call for no
'action by the coniinls'loners, anil num.
. wart tilun. After Un. meeting Hnlej
, said In- Inteii led applying foi leinstat...
ment as a teferro t thu next meetl'ig of
,I I'alzer, captain of the white hop.
btigade. wns another visitor who ap..ke
ullghtlugly nr the much batteiel Tom
O'llnJrl.e, Ills erstwhile manager. e
gae the enmmlsslon Ills itlile of tho
trniible lietweett himself and O'ltnurhc,
In.iudlng In the narrative, many ivletd
Inei. Inula ticurrln,' when O'ltnuigo ,.i,t
lMlar on the stage.
1'nur Long Island i! :bs wem gtanted
llc.'.-.se'- TIl.'V "tie I'm Jitst .:n,l ,, r.,
(!ieenlllntl Jamaica (1) 'niiusiii.it A. C,
.Iamlia; Lyric A. C' l.yndliurst; At'ns
,, i'., Itoir.awny lleneh,
SMI.lill iil ll.ty.
I.uillirl., llierp.. .1. Multkj, ilcut,
..in r 1 i. la 'il:i. .i.ayl. I'ical Zoot,
M.uiki, U.itiLi, Clt.'iur, Sictci.
ROOSEVELT 10 CARRY
FLOOR OF CONVENTION
Will First Insist That National Com
mittee Recognize His Contesting
Delegates to Control Tem
DEFIES ALL PRECEDENT;
IN FIGHT TO THE FINISH.
"Never Divide Skin Till Bear Is
Dead," He Says Wilson's Vic
tory Almost Sweep.
With the returns from New Jersey showing a clean sweep of the
State, Col. Roosevelt has abandoned his field work and is now concen
trating his lines of attack on the preliminary organization of the Repub
lican National Convention in Chicago, He is of the opinion that the
result In . New Jersey has placed him before the country as "the people's
choice, and Is preparing to jam himself through the convention.
It is definitely reported from Chicago that the Colonel has arranged
to appear in person before the National Committee when that bodv
meets, June 6, to take up the two hundred and sixty or more contest's
that have already been filed for the right to appear on the temporary roll
of delegates. The Colonel, it is said by his supporters, not only intends to
personally conduct the light for these contesting delegates, but intends to
go into the convention and light for control of the permanent organization
snouiil lie lose uie temporary urs.iiiu.uiun.
FOR REST OF LIFE.
WABIIIWUTOW, May 21. Col.
Hooscvelt wt3 bitterly dtnounr.sil
on the floor of tUo Uoiun this after
noon by Coa:rssi.uii ritzgornltl cf
Brooklyn. rlUcsrnld also dlu
plr.yed a Utter slcnctl by Col. r.ooic
volt lit June, 1003, u.tcrlblnf (;uall
ncttlona for "toniporarjr quartsra
fo? ills executtr. ofdeeo." On ths
margin waa psncllsd "to ba perma
nent during my Ufttlino. T 'n."
This, vrszeraia nllnircd, wr.o In x'.e
Itooaevclt handwriting. Tltzgorald,
In aninlllnir Roocovnlt. quotaa from
one of Iitn?oln' apojehe ta which
lio calrtl "3oi.lcthlns of 111 otnen is
now among' ua, tho Increasing dUvs-g-ard
for law which jicrvadcs tho
CHAIRMAN NEW SAYS
ROOSEVELT WILL FAIL
TO UPSET ANYTHING.
CMlal I'.l lie I'.l" i. K tVie' P.
t'MIf'A'IO, 111. M..v I 'oi Hsrry ('.
New, .halnnnn . f the ."..b-Cimttiltt'e on
Ainingctiirtii fur Itepu'dl -.m Na
tional :,niiv. !ii'..i . st'd to-ilav:
Th." livening World's sl.nv Is e.ii
rert. 1 bi ' Mioivn '' a -i" k thai
Col. Itoo i- elt li.t 1 eng.me.l nuartera at
.i prominent "h: ago lintel. I also know
he v:a arrniriliig for tnls lslt when
he denied .v report that he would come
In I'hle.igo, I do not know tho date of
hit arrival, but he will not upct or
nverthinw things hero."
r-i-l It n ii a n sm n li I
A seltzer tank exploded on a waton
thit was stiiu.l.ug In front of a rimly
flore mi the eist side .if .levintli n
line, ietween One lliindnd and TwcilvV".
Iirth and 'Ine lluiv red and Twi nty- lx.li
streets, till nf'eriio.in, and tho hnrs.- t
inched tn the wag.m spuing out of the
shafts and ran away. I'atroliiuu Stan
ley almost had the hnrse when an auto
muhlle driven by (leorge I'earsiiu of No,
LVM rfeennd avellilo bumpeil lil'o him
and rolled him lii tiie dust, ritanley
gut up and arrested Pearson, who
hid been driving with his two-year-old
on on hi lap- .tanlay, halns
aisured hlliitielr that the runaway had
been slopped, ton'c l'i.ii"nii tn the II ir
lem Court and charged htm with r"'k
less driving. Magistrate Appleton dis
charged 1'eaii.on, a Hlanley wn only
slightly lirulsed and roarson declared
iie had not lud time to flop for or dodge
'"I. Hon.Sevi.If h.. . .
C lsem "u'U'n"t ,nr fro'
June ti. This much la positively
fcnwn. no itr what may b thi
"r "'eai.,11,. or from what soufes
'I. vs.' (ll.iy come.
PLAN MADE SOME TIME
AND KEPT SECRET.
T'i'4 plan, arranged aomo time afo.
ubiii'01''! c'reru" "-""l from th.
m l all delegates to tho Convention
in m 1 " "C'l'd' " Wa" itl0USkt
t; c n...al ..he Col.,,,, I's ian to Invad.
""a':"' tlm!l avo!d possible, critic
inns fiom doubtful territory.
A few weeks gn It wua Reported that
.oq.evelt would be In Ciiltago conven
:"H in.k. I'mmpt .Hid o.nphatlc denial
vas tna le by tho Colonel at Oyster Ilay.
lo will hivo t. harden his conscience
to deny that room, have been reserved
,for him In Chi. ago,
j Col lioottyalt will be the Ilrst Preal
.U nihil candidate to make hi. tight In
Prm before a national commit!,
.... .. . . ,v uvicrmine the merits
If all delegate.. Instructed or pledgee!,
stick to their color,. Col. Itoosevclt can!
not wim unless ,ome of 111 contesting
deegate an, seated. Tas atu.Io
brings the Is.un sijuarely bbforo the lie
publican National Committee. Tho lie
j.iwiu win un mado befoiK that bojy
!Co. Itoosevclt Icnnwa this. pnm !
mean nothing tn htm. and ho w II au
his own rlalms lu pcrun before' th
cuiiimlttod In session.
Ormsby Jlcllars. aeeond engineer of
the Hitchcock sto.ini roller in fjos 1.
on the ground In Chicago with a trunk
full of briefs In I,.. ni.i . , ... ."
of these uro as lare.as a (Juvurnment
.unurl TU.... Ia..I. , l ..
"i ""j .uwi. imu uriefd
court of record.
WILL HEAR THE CONTESTS
It Is understood that the hearings
will be public. alhou:;.i all cunteMta
havu been hoard lu cuni .t-Hlo
since 1 SUC. Tho irsuiiicnt for tn(1
change In that there may he c'urse.1
or unfairness later und nut the public
should be Informed of nil movement.
The Iloosovett peoplu especially Uejlrs
Incidental to Ills fight far dcilegntea,
the Colonel also Intends to wngo wur on
membirs nf the National Committer
...I lilu nnnllllim ..n...... U .
11 til. Mill ,, fc,,v,...vw. Ilril, j si. .UW Oj
Indiana, who is in cnur,p of tli"
rangiiucnts for the couvcutlou'
Itosawnler of Nebraska, and cD
havu been particularly uctl' ...
of Toft and are leaillng th
ure marked tar slaught.
has aiuady announcad, h1