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BECAUSE OF TIGER TAINT
Said to Have Frowned Upon
Renomination of Governor
in War on Murphy.
Elimination of Tammany Boss
From State Politics Plan
Behind the antl-Tnmmany movement
which will lie formally launched nt the
Ilelmnnt Hotel Wednesday with In
dependent Democrats present from
each county In the State there was
said to-day to bo Gov. Woodrow Wil
son' emphatic demand that the
nances of the national ticket's success
1 New York lie not Imperilled by the
, jintli.itlon of (lov. John A. Dix.
Gov. Wilson li nil to have In
.il.. .ca that X.eadar Murphy's pits
a r:nom!nate Dlic bo abandoned
si tli.it a progressive Dsmoorat,
nn diatlllol with the machinery of
Tuiaiany Hall, bo chosen to hoad
the fctate ticket.
Tim report- that the candidate pro-no-cd
to Interfeie In New York Stnto
lollowed the eurly visit to Sea Olrt of
Franklin I). Itoosevclt and several up
State politicians who have bandod to
gether under the names of the Kmplro
State Democracy and the New York
State Wilson Conference a group of
Independents who did much missionary
work up the State for tho New Jersey
Governor before his nomination.
iTlMUST NOT NAME DIX, 8AY3
Wh'en CJov. Wilson was told that
Tammany proposed to renominate Dix,
ha oald, according to one of the visit
! sincerely bop tht this U not
Jjkrnoi a prorronlro and not Oor.
U mnit bo nomlnted."
That the Governor was correctly
MBtd Is not questioned by tho regu-
jMfa In town, iney are numcimur
' jtaMt that Dix 1. not Wilson's ideal - -candidate.
Tho New York Gov- Jury to tell all h
l'WSor hao not endeared himself to the' alleged police pur
J $ Jaraeyman, neither has he made frlendH
t,r., among the up-State Democrats of in
L' 4knMiil.nl leanlnss who furthered his
A i nomination at Rochester. He Is none
r'?''oo agreeable to John H. ilcCooey of
F.ft ... A ieim.ni If li'lHrtntHnk
BK, Rwlca Commlsslonershlps and wcro
Rf . . thrown down. Among the Wilson
W'i, Democrats Oor. Dix Is characterized as
Bi' reactionary a fatal deklgnatloii In
L. J these days of acuto progresslvlsm, ac-
ts'i cording to old political eharps.
fff At the meeting of tho Kmplre State
mocracy Wednesday nmnt m me
Belmont Hotel a State-wide anti-Tammany
organization will bo attempted.
Its prtm'ary aim, notice of which was
served on Tammany Leader .Murphy,
was to oust the tiger boss and put
Senator James A. O'Oormnn In his
stead. O'Oorman, however, mindful of
Murphy's help, nnd ambitious to grow
In national politics, would not allow
himself to be formally branded by Tam
many. Ha preferred to go along on
tho wave of prosresslvlsm in the
smiles of Gov. Wilson, and told thum so.
WILL MAKE DIX ISSUE TO FIGHT
The Democracy, represented In Its
initial stages olely by -Messrs. Kooo-
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GEORGE DUFFY, ONCE
GAYNOR PROTEGE, WHO
GETS WORKHOUSE TERM.
Whitman Tells Rosenthal
Back Affidavits of Graft
District-Attorney Whitman's announce
ment this afternoon that he would call
Herman Hosonthal before the Grand
e wants to about the
rtlclpatlon In the gam
bllng profits of the Tenderloin put It up
fairly to the self-confeesed gambler,
whom the police call a "cheap squealer,"
to make good his charges that Lieut,
Charles Decker of the "Strong-arm"
proprietary interest In
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resort at No. 1(H
West Forty-fifth street, which the poMce
lieutenant was forced to raid.
After the District-Attorney and Police
Commissioner Waldo had spent Uvo
hours together over luncheon at tho
Union Club Mr. Whitman said In answer
to an Evening World reporter's quo
tlon as to what course ho Intended to
pursue in reference to Rosenthal:
"Itosenthal came to see me, this morn
ing and told mn practically what he hid
already said in his affidavit presented
to Magistrate Hutts and the one print!
In Tho World, I have decided to give
him an opportunity to repeat his story
before the Orand Jury,"
POLITICAL BACKERS TIP ROSEN
THAL TO QUIT.
The report that certain rolltlcal pow
ers south of Fourteenth street had given
the gambler a strong tip that now was
the time to call off all this row about
police grafting on the gambling privilege
and to efface himself from the map as
quietly and expeditiously a. posslblo
was given a slgnlfictnt turn this after
noon by l.eon Levy, one of tho lawyers
whom Rosenthal had engaged to protect
him against the "persecution" of In
spector Hayes and Capt. Day.
Lovy wanted It made perfectly under
stood that Rosenthal's counsel had not
advised him to go to the District-Attorney's
office, had not countenanced his
ranking a "squeal" to tho Grand Jury
anil hud followed the Initiative of tfie
protesting gambler only to the point of
seeking redress against tho action of
tho Inspeetor and the police captain in
stationing a policeman outsldo the door
of his resort.
When tho heads of the two city
departmenlH letiiined from their va
cations to-day f'V enco was not left
lacking Unit both the District-Attorney
and the Police Commissioner were
rcfidy to a to the bottom of Rosen-
l.wmli olmilfH Involving Inspector'
rutJus Hayes, Cupt, William Duy
WAR ON POLICE
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'DUFFY BOY; GOES
Youth, Whose Part Mayor
Took, Sentenced to Five
MUSSED UP A STORE.
Lad Caused the Famous Row
Between His Honor and
Oeorito D. Duffy that Brooklyn
Duffy 'boy who otood the municipal
government of Greater Now York on
Its head three years ago was sent to
the workhouse for five daya to-day by
Magistrate Dodd In the Adams street
The cause of the gTeat Gaynor-ning
ham warfare, which ultimately led to
the removal of Gen. Bingham as Po
lice Commissioner by former Mayor
McClellan, was arraigned before Mag
istrate Dodd on a charge of mussing
up the grocery atore of Bernard
Schmltt. at Dean and Nevlna atreet.
Brooklyn. Arraigned with the Duffy
boy were George Donlln of No. 300
Myrtle avenue, and Henry McLough-
nn or no. 314 Third avenue, who as
slsted in tho mussing up. during which
tomatoes woro playfully hurled into
tho countenance of Grocer Schmltt
Donlln and 'McLoughlln went along
with George Duffy to spend five daya
In the workhouse.
There was no Supreme Court Justice
Gaynor to appear for George this tlmo
and denounce a Police Commissioner for
a pernicious aystem of persecution. The
Duffy boy did not forget his old line
about police hounding, though, and
mentioned In an off-hand way that the
police had treated him cruelly again and
had clubbed him savagely. But as he
didn't havo a scratch or a mark to
substantiate this allegation, the Magls
trate punished him.
THEN THEY SAMPLED MR.
It was about S.30 o'clock when the
Duffy boy and his two companions ar
rived at the Schmltt grocery to-day. All
three were In sprightly mood. George
and his friend, Mclaughlin, had spent
the night at Coney Island, getting home
at 4 A. M. Later they met and had five
drinks. They agreed on the number.
Young Donlln came along and Joined
them. Donlln hadn't been anywhere In
particular and didn't mention how many
drinks he had.
Arriving at the corner of Dean and
Nevlns streets, the trio noticed an Ital
ian ice dealer chopping Ice In a tub. They
playfully picked up tho tub, juggled it
about and poured out tho Ice. Then they
went round the corner and sampled
Grocer Schmltt' tomatoes.
Schmltt came out and objected,
whereupon tho Duffy boy, like the good
Duffy boy of the Gaynor fable, ten
dered tho grocer a nickel and oald:
"We are doing no wrong, we will pay
Tho grocer accepted tho money and
turned to go In the store. As he did
so tho tomatoes were returned to htm,
restored to him In the region of the
neck, and thera was great laughter.
Schmltt says he rushed to his tele
phone to call the police. Tho Duffy
boy, he says, followed and prevented
him from phoning.
DRUGGIST FRIEND PUNCHED
IN THE N08E.
WWIe George Duffy was struggling
with the grocer Donlln ami McLoughlln
came In and caused the grocer's clerk,
Otto Meyer, to fall Into boxes of ber
ries and other things. J, 13. Greenzelg,
druggist, of No, 361 Dean street, came
In to see what was happening to his
friend Schmltt, and remained long
enough to be punched In the nose. He
said Donlln did it. Donlln denied It.
So did Duffy and MoLoughlln. Be that
as It may, Oreenxelg brought the bruise
As the druggist was going out holding
his nose, Patrolman Bealler of the
ilutler street station came along. When
he saw what was g-olng on and recog
nized the Duffy boy he telephoned for
the reserves. Sergeant Walsh came
along in tho patrol wagon with several
men. There were plenty of policemen
to back each other up In statements
that they had not persecuted or abused
the Duffy boy. And there were the
tomato marks on Oroeer Schmltt, not
to mention tho brulso on Druggist
In the courso of his testimony young
McLoughlln said to Magistrate Dodd:
"It was an outrage tho way the cops
"Duffy, did the policeman strike youT"
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asked the Court, turning (julckly to the
"Well, you heard what my friend said,"
repondl the young man.
"I am asking you," snapped the Magls
trate. "Did the policeman clu'l you?"
"Yes; they clubbed mo on tho arm,"
"Show me," said tho Court. "Itoll tip
your sleeves and show me. Show m
any and all tho marks."
Itetuctantly nnd sullenly (leorgo II.
Duffy, son of George K. Duffy of No.
M7 WyrkolT street, llrooklyn, rolliil up
first one sleeve and then tlm other.
Magistrate Dodd bent over and looked
"Huh," said the Court, "I thought so.
Not a mark. Five days In tho work
house. Tho same upnlles to thu two
Shortly nfter young Duffy hail been
sentenced his mother came In Court anil
pleaded with Magistrate 1)0,11 to rlutmi'
the sentence to a fine. The MaKlstratv
shouk his head.
ilrnt Craned, He .lumped In Henlli.
PITTSIiritGII, IM., July IV-Alt-x
Tauer, aged twenly-llvo yitirs, de
pressed by the lorrhl nine, made h
way to the fnurlfi-nth story of the
Machesney offlni building In tin- heart
of tho flnaiiclnl d.t"lt to-day uml
Jumped fi:n n window I'to ftet to thu
roof of a nelghboi.ng bulldlni;. Jlu
wai dead when picked up,
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KTrvMCIinijM, Sweden, July I.V-ln
to of the lending nve'lts at lo-day's
Olympic games, namely the l.cm-mi'tres
relay race and tlm Decathlon, tlm l.'nltrd
States secured first place, while In the
Vul.metres swimming final, which w.is
carrlml off by Australia, the I'nlted
Statt-f was second, thus scoring alto
gether eight points.
Swed'ti lidded no fener than nineteen
points to her total, Finland thirteen
points, Kngland six points, Germany live
points, Australia three ixilnts, France
two points and Austria one point,
James Thnrpo of CarlMe Indian
School -rfonned a remarkable feat In
winning tho Decathlon, and prowl his
general all-round ability as an athlete
If. Welslinder, Sweden, was second,
anil C. Imiberg. Swilen, third, In the
In tho presence of the greatest
crowd of the Olympic Games, tlm King
this evenlmr began In person tlm dls.
trlbutloM of tlm coveted prizes won
during tlm lomt driwn out meeting.
Thori"', winner of both tlm Deiathlou
iiinl the I'eiitiituloii, was tlm mont popu
lar of the Americans, although all were
warmly upp.auded. The gn-.it Finnish
iiintior, Kolehinaliien. and .e.rthur,
tlm South African Marathon winner,
uein peisiinull', iMingratuluteil by Ills
Majesty 'n giving them their truphlns.
F l.aziM, tin-I'ortuguive eonteiiJer In
yeterd.i s M irallion lace, who wai
overcome by Minstroke ut the nineteenth
mile, die I to-do) In the ln pltil. Tlm
news blighted tho ple.Miiie of the clos
ing of thi- mot sucMtul serin of
The Kli.K, the Crown I'r'.nee an, oth'r
members of trtu luyal family at once
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OF ROOP CONM6C7ON
368 AND 3nO Z'i-M,
Wall of Water Rushes on the
City at Midnight and Many
May Be Drowned.
DRNVKH, Col., July 15. Sli hun
dred resldeiitH of Denver urn home
less, a number of deaths lire rumored
anil $1,BOO,000 worth of properly Is In
ruins here to-day as tho result of a
cloudburst which caused n Hood by the
overflowing of the shallow bed of
Cherry Creek through this city fromlO
o'clock until midnight hist night.
The big city auditorium to-day lo a
refuge camp. At d.iwn hundreds of
the hotnele'i were gathered there and
are being fed by tho city. Twenty-five
children from 0 months to 6 years old,
whose parents may have been lost, are
In the rare of a police matron.
After directing relief and rescue
work all night. Mayor Arnold organ
ized relief parties at dawn to begin
the search of tho course of the flood,
which Is a trail of wrecked dwellings
and other debris henped In the current
of the South Platte ltlver. Tho
Chamber of Commerce opened u relief
subscription this morning, Tlm flood Is
without parullel In thu history of the
Had It not been for a note of warning
sounded over tho telophono from an un
known source to the City Hall Just ho
fore the crest of the flood reached the
city many could not have escaped
death. Many fled In their nlghtclothes,
and that many more wer oaught In
thu flood while sleeping Is the general
At about D.3Q last night tho cry of
warning nt the coming flood reached
tlm city hall and Mayor Arnold. Within
thirty minutes a wall of water many
feet high ds, ended on tho city from
'.'berry Creek, which flows through the
Country Club grounds, passing within
five blocks of the city hall, the county
hospital, the West Side Court, out to
thu South Platte, ftvo miles distant.
it rlpiil out concrete walls that con
fined It for two miles, destroyed brldgei
and hundred of small dwellings, ilrlv
Ing the uncupauts from their homes or
to toofs, from which they weru rescued
by members of the police and fir 'l do
lurttnents. At noon tu-dnv M.ivor Arnold was no.
titled that the waters uf Castlewood
Lake, Impounded b Citlewmd dam,
eighty miles north of here, were rlslns.
i.i,i!dly and that the dim thieatriied to
go out at in) ino'imnt If thu dam
shiuld rolU.'He It will sweep a torrent
of water down upon Deliver fir greater
than that w h'li stim-k the city Sun
du.'. The dun l one of the latest In,
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Police Baffled in
HUNT FOR SCHWARTZ
Run Down the Young Suspect
in the Bronx Girl Kill
SISTER CALLS ON HIM
TO PROVE INNOCENCE.
Suspect Has No Friends to Aid Kim
in His Flight as Far as the
The search for Nathan Schwartz, against whom the evidence Is
piling up to connect him wtih the fiendish slaying of twelve-yearold
Julia Connors, has been extended to the city's morgues and rivers.
Tor the last few days the belief has been growing that Schwartz has
done away with himself. His relatives admit he was of a gloomy and
morose disposition and the police records of him show that while he was
imprisoned on Hart's Island his brooding character attracted attention.
BULL MOOSE COCKTAIL
TAXICAB FOR A CHASER
Oyster Bay Bartender Invents
Campaign Drink Guar
anteed to Win Votes.
(Sex-Ill lo The KTftilos World, )
OYHTUIt HAY, I.. I., July IT. From
tho home of the Hull Moose the Hull
Moose cocktail goes forth Into tho world.
It waa Invenlud by a bartender on Main
street, after he had listened for three
hours to an argument between seven of
his customers on tho Colonel's real
chances In November.
The bartender lives In New York and
he said ho wanted a cocktail strong
enough to carry him to the I'ennsyl-
vsnla terminal, t'nder tho dazul In-
plratlon of the talk-feat, he began put
ting things from bottles In a mixing
glass, The effect of tho combination wai
so satisfactory he at once put It on his
list, ami In these strenuous Oyster Hay
days It enjoys great popularity.
Men on their way lo Sagamore mil
drink one and meet the Colonel's Iron
grip without lllnchlng. When he has
told them all he expects to do they
dash hack to tho village and drink two
and go back to Now York bWlevltig It's
til going to happen.
This Is the Hull Mooje Cocktail;
Oas-slxth dry gin.
Ono-alath Plymouth gin.
Dish of orange bltt.rs.
Dash of Angostura Utters.
Dasb of any good n.rve tonic,
Dasb of brandy,
A laxlciib should b ordered Just bo
fore drinking tln third cocktail.
The Inventor has umvounccd his In
tention of seiidlro; a himplu cocktail to
Dr. l.ymuu Abbott of thu Outlook for
his best Judgment.
"I would not presume to send one up
the hill," he said, "until Dr. Aobott had
Indorsed It "
BRITISH SUBMARINE ASHORE.
Craft I'nst on Srotrli Const lu n
LONDON. July 16,-The Hildsh
submarine boat (."01 went ashore to
1 it on the IViitUud skerries oil tho
Scutch coast. It Is In a dangerous
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Their Efforts to
" lie la 111 at h
- " " " "mo, ray some
of tho detectives working on tho case, to
whom milclde would appeal when cor
nered In a hopeless situation. He murt
havo known since li Friday thit th
IkiIIcb force of the city was bendlac
overy effort to find him.
COULD EASILY LEARN OF THE
SEARCH FOR HIM.
If lie was still 1n Now Vork ho could
have learned from the newspapers the
serious nature of the police ruse against
him. To n morose mind, tho pollco say,
it Is highly proliahle that such a des
penite plight would suggest suicide.
The search that is being mado for
Schwnrtx by tho twcnty-elght detective
of th lining Detective llureau and two
score men Inspector Hughes lias assigned
to the case has seemingly resolved lt
fidf Into blind growing and snatchlnf
at every tag end of n ctuo that present
Friendless, penniless and unaided by
his family, so far os the police can
learn, the fugltlvo managed with sin
gular cunning to obliterate every trace
of himself. Ills every haunt since ho
left Hart's Island Itefonnatory on Jan.
12 last has been located and raked by
detectives without a scrap of evidence
to show for the effort.
fJoores of his acquaintances havo vol
unteered their services, but nono of
them has seen him slico he loft tho
scene of tho crime on tho day It waj
One of the most amazing feature
of thu case Ii that the police cannot
usvrrtaln that Nathan Schwartz had
more than one friend and that friend
Ii now serving a term In King Sing for
robbery, lie Is Al dross, once employed
as u teuchor by tho IMucatlonal Alli
ance. Shortly after young Sohwarti
got out of Jail, Oross was snt away
for holding up and robbing a man ut
u diamond pin.
LACK OF FRIENDS MAKE3 IT
HARD TO LOCATE HIM.
The fact that ho had no "pals" and
mingled only with gangs of loafers who
weru merely on speaking acquaintance
with him has made It doubly dtlllcult
for the police to dearth for Mm. Then
he had u three days' it.irt, which gave
him amplo time, If he so desired, to gut
out into the country and Jam lomu rov
ing band of huhoes.
The fact that he hau learned no trale
and thut he had no skill of uny sort 'iva
an itotltuile for drawing tint was In no
way r.Jtublo would aUj bo -..f usilsiance
ti hi, n In submerging Ids idMitllv. At
Ihl'i tjir.e of the yea', whn th"io am
tun o." thousands of in I d.nncl.ueil u,
exi'-: themselves lu .in specl.il m'.lim
Kivt Mumping througu the uiinlry, thu
aeirch for one man In suih .1 lint '
not tinlll.it thu proverbial task of seek
ing a ncedlu In a hay st.i-k.
DOUGHERTY TAKES CHARGE
OF THE PUZZLINQ CASE.
Deputy Commlnloner Dougherty has
taken personal chargu of the -ountr)-uldu
niirdi fur N.tth.m Schwartz, and
has nude some sharp comments on the
r.iluru of tho Hi on dutivtluj to rUi
jii'l'tu tho clue until so late.
It was learned to-day that Schwarti'a