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'I'LL GET THE NOMINATION," SAYS SULZE
COURT HOLDS GIBSON ON MURDER CHARGE
WILL REPORT THE B Q
BASEBALL SERIES FOR
T H E EVE NINQ WO R L D
DON'T MiS8 THE DAILY STORY
" Circulation Books Open to All." J
" Circulation Books Open to All."
PRICE ONE CENT.
C.nrrlshl. I IMS. St Th. Pmi FiibUahlna
Ce. lb. New er World .
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
PRICE ONE CENT.
' I EDITION.
mi" fUNN GAVE $144,368
TO THE ROOSEVaT PARTY
T. R.'s Personal Share of Fund Was
$99,384, Bull Moose Leader in
Pennsylvania Tells Senators
Passes Lie to Penrose.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. Tho total cxprnditurr-s of William Flinn of
ftttrburgh, the Bull Moose leader In Pennsylvania, in the MI Progressive
Party Campaign, have lieen 144808.M, arrordlnj; to a htat'-ment he gavi
10 the Senate Campaign Contribution Committee. The total "RoQgOTOlt
pe;ill 11 II 1 ' e , eo.vimn .ill. rniiu b BWSITIIJ MB HNr f IL lilt'
Roosevelt forcce In Pennsylvania wcr ltBrM4.il; but the statement -how-a
an rldltJonal sum of IP.0S0 expended by John S. Waller, Treasurer Rouse
Othsr amounts expended by III
Flinn came under th hend of expen 1'
turee In Republican and Progressive .
gnalsatlon work WhlOh Mr. Flinn 0:1
not characterlie a "Roosevelt expen- j
allures." The statement given to the !
ajotamlttee when It reconvened after
lunch to-day was In answer to tb re
peated demands of Senator Oliver and
Chairman Clapp t know what amount
the Pittsburgh, man had spent for all
nganpalgn purposes. The statement fol
low Total expenditures In Allegheny
Cost of postcards Id State of Pennsyl
vania outside of Allegheny County,
Bxpeulttu-rs In slaty-sl
PennrTlve.nla outside of
County. Hs,sTT 70.
Total expenditure Pennsylvania
Roosevelt delera-.es. tM.942.ft.
Total expenditures outside of the State
of Pennsylvania. K ii'.v
Total Roosevelt expenditures. t.3S4 1
Contributed to the ..Uepheny County
Ropublloan party organlzsdon expenses.
expenditures of Paul S. Ache, IIT.S4S.31.
Impended by John S. W'elkr. Treasurer
Roosevelt League. $:.
Expended by A. W Powell. H.inO.
Expenditures of Fepubll-an Suite or
Personal expenditures attending the
Sepubllcan National Convention. $771. si.
Expenres of Republican BtOtO Conven.
Kgpeusea of P.-ogfssne NatlouaJ
CoBtrtbUtlong to Wgshlngton party
Ftate sommtttee, ojjo,,
Total expenditure. H4M0S.9,
' This statemen;. ' said Mr. Flinn.
"shows the local of all contributions uy
0e, of all kinds an.l chara-ter for po
litical purposes during the 1911 oaStpelg
up to date."
Vrevtoua to making toils statement
lr. FUnn bad, la bin testimony, given
a Ue to Senator Fenroes.
Senator Clapp called Mr. Flinn's at
tention to Senator Pen. ose's charge In
tits Struts Aug. J2 that Mr. Fllisn hud
made a fortune out of municipal deals,
and hsd offersl ll.iWO.MO or IC.OnO.OOO to
Senator Penrose nd Israel W. Durham
t. secure the seat of firmer Bnialor
Quay In 19Ce.
What hava you to say to that?"
uVed Chairman Clapp.
"Well, sitting here under eatli Z will
ray that If Smatar Ponrocs mads any
ucb statement as that, he Usdl"
enappsd r..at: reltlier did I nuther
Ut any other man to mske suoh an of
fer for me."
H,, Tliuu astd be had never talked
to (tana tor ramose Of Ur. Durliarc
shout the Sunti. He declared he Ual
ro"'Ut a witness with him who had
raJked with Senator Penrose about tfc
FAKE TELEGRAM TO STANDARD
OIL IN HIS NAME.
Alter the Senators had fully digest
ed tills piece of Information, Fllnu rs
turned In Penrore declaring he would
pro4u.a tO the committee J. 0 gplOin,
f nmn who without lltg authority bad
signed Kllnn's rinine to a tel.r-ram to
;he piodard Oil Company. asMug
Upper) for a scat in Ihe Senate. Thli
was one oi the teltgrtms produoed
by Senatni PonrOOS whrn he mads his
aeri itlongl charge ugalnut Fllnu.
"I did not authorise bin to send Ihe
telegram. Ha had worked for the
Stand ird OH Company an I said he be
lieveJ lis could help me and 1 told aim
to go ahead la his own way. that I
would be very glad of any help he could
Jar. l'"llnn declared he had not received
any telegram from John D Arch hold In
"The Standard Oil Company . very
JContlnued on Second Page.)
GIBSON IS HELD
ON MURDER CHARGE
IN FIRST DEGREE
Lawyer Goes to Jail to Aw.iit
Action of Grand Jury
f'pecul .'rom a Suit OorrMroadea: . 1
GOSHEN', N. Y. Ocl 1 Burton W.
Qlbaon was held for the Grand Jury
this afiernoon on a charge of murder
ing Mrs. Rosa .Menscblk Szabo, hie
clltnt, who perished In Greenwood
Lake. The Grand Jury will meet next
Gibson, his wife, Mr. Elder and the
expert. Dr. O'ltellly, conferred to
gether for several minutes nSIrr the
decision bad been read. Gibson did
not show any great disappointment
Onoe be turned to one of th reporters
und said. ' I urn not surprised." Court
was adjourned at 2 o'clock and Mrs.
Gibson gut up. She patted bor bus
batld'l Shoulder and StnllOd She then
name over to ths prosg table arm in
anywij- In the nueHtlon wh'her the
examination had shaken her faith In
her husband, her Up faltered just a
llttli' us sho replied:
Has Anything happened here that
should ahuku my faith In my husband?
I do not think so. No, boys, my faith
la as strong ns ever. All I want Is
that th papers shall give us a squaro
illbeon was taken back to hla cell
by Sheriff Decker. He will not now
enjoy many llburtles. His crbc will
be considered by the October Grand
Jury, which mecta on Oct. 7.
GIBSON RECOVERS FROM HIS
When court convened Gloson took a
seat at his SOUnsOl'S table. His wife sat
at hla left. Presently Mr. Goldzler, for
some reason, wrought up bit chair and
rat OetWOefl theru. Oibson looked v.g
orcus and strong. Ills mysterious indis
position of last night had not 1-ft any
vlsiblo effeota Mrs. Gluaon was asked
about her husband's sudden illnets and
rei'll id, "Oh, it was really nothing. They
let the heat get down In the room here
yesterday and he goi cold." Gibson Is
anx.ous for tne examination to con
tinue for several days, but his lawyers
are tn favor of closing the hearing to
day If poss.'ole.
I r. IcItultSe'l ross examination was
of a toobnteal nature, o.osona uwye.
nas prompted throughout by Dr. J. J.
O'Reilly, the prisoner's medical exprnt
I . .-' Iiultat testified thtt he had pre-
itrvi i the organs and tuques or mis
ggabu'S iliroat In the san e poslllon In
whlOta he lound them tne throat closed
by c wprastlon administered from to:
from wtthouti hs sad. The position of
the dlaphragnii Dr. Bobultgs Midi was
eorroberatlVS "t his theory that death
w.i- .In- la tirank,u:a:io.i ratiu r mat.
'Have ou ever hid a case a.ieis the
organs were found In thu same posi
tion as sers f uun I in tills case'.'"
asked Mr. Elder.
"Oh. yes, many of them," said Dr.
"Could you get me the name of one .'"
They ere all on record a' the Cofs
(Continued on Fourth Page )
rUK YUUK dKlAU
Dig Hotels and Restaurants
Determine to Stop Giving
Them Aw ay.
TO HE IOC. A HEAD.
iSinjrle Orders for Two Per-
i sons Also to Become a Thing
of the Past.
WHAT 10c. FOR BREAD
AD BUTTER MEANS
IN ONE YEAR.
One psrson. thri" mah
s day 30.
;5t),ooo persons, three
mei', i ogy S75.0GO
365 days $27,875,000
The Hotel Association of New York
City to-day hoisted .he annual cost of
living tM.WO.noo to Its guests. No more
free bread. No more free butter. No
more single portions of anything
served to two persons, and he:eafter
you must order "per person." By a
"couvart" charge of ten cents per per
een per meai the hotels expect to rake
In thousands ef dollars
It Is estimated by the hotel men that
there are .. persons In this elty
living In betels. To get 10 cents three
times a day at each meal from these
guests aggregates 75.000, which Is riser
gain for the bonlfaces. as they will be
cliarglng for vthat they used to give
away. How much the hotels can save by
forcing guests to order "per person'
and not serving one portion to two
persons haa not as yet been figured out
In dollara but It will run Into the
hundreds of thousands. Triers will be
no more "large portions" at a slightly
reduced price aa formerly, and every
guest will have to order fir hl.nself or
BIG HOUSES ARE ALL IN LINE
Here are the eating places which havn
led off In tho "couvert" charge of ten
ents for bread and butter:
Others of our 107 anive and !!" as
sociate mombOTf have V-en calling up
on the telephone all morning, and ask
ing for Information!" said Fred a
Reed, proprietor or the Park Avenu"
Hotel, who Is President of Ihe hotel or
ganization to an Evening World re
porter. 'They 111 all fall In line be
fore the week is out. It la options!
with our members whether they adopt
our new course, but I venture there
will ha none that hold out against the
"Ten days ago I called a meeting of
our association at our rooms over on
Broadway nnd the members present
unanimously decided to put the ser
vice charge into effect on Oct. 1. With
butter at 41 cents a pound and flour
at 6 a barrel we simply had to stop
giving It away. We. are now charg
ing our guests far what tliey have to
pay at every hotel In Kurope, and tiie
practice rea hed Boston a year ago,
and some cf our leading .Now York
clubs, including the L'nio.i Hill and ihe
SOME OF BIG HOTELS TO PROFIT
Mr. Heed elated thst the p.oflt to
h.t hotel alone from the new cnarge
amount. -1 to over i0,OOt a year, borne
of ihn big hotels Pill gain much more.
As the W members ef tne organisations
are principally reatajrants, tt will be
seen that the new order will affect
many persons wro do not live In hotels
b.it ucoMlosally dine In public rtstau-
The officers of th mlatlog t vi-e.
President OsorgO V : "n-y of the
Victoria, Voereery .v. 11. v .union of
the Aetor House, and TMMttret W, K.
Woolcy of the Marie AOllottette, Only
last aeev the hotel orjamsgiion we
Vtry " disturbed 1 cause th' wait
ers held seers I meeting end deolded
m go on strike attain on eleotion night
In view of tne aetloii or ihu bonlfaoes
m hoisting prlCSS SgeUlit precedent
and custom they will ti ,t receive much
ajrnpalhy from the public In Ihe event
of a waiters' walkout
Tit HI. I' ill I n r.
ger all Goastirur, e'eLuai eoaib Aaur.ema )
SrmjuJft stesiastur' lines. Irsraller' iberlu saa
B.M.., o.-deii. :'--. Sad LSU r ... . ruoai
i. i r. ... ruoa
it W .11 Trait! Iiu.-swu.
ii SnUdlsa. vt ej pTJi
ensn dir u run' rn .11 i-..-
Aresdf. MMSt 'WSTIOJ.
aW. N Y. Tsleptons
Bull Moose Leader Who Gives
Lie to U. S.
HE HASABAD DAY
After Being Locked Out Alone
on Platform, He Runs Into
Crowd That Gds His Goat.
P.VI.ISBI RY, N. C. Oct I A Roose.
velt meeting at Hickory to-day ended
with a light In the crowd and Gol.
Hoosevelt was ohllge.1 to give up the
atompt to make a speecji it was not
the Colonel's only adventure during his
tiip .1 rose North Usrollna. Earlier in
tho day he was looked out ( hla car,
thinly dad, and rode on th- platform
In the Sharp air of earlv morning ror
twenty minutes pi fore his plight wuu
At Hickory hair a hundred students
from I.enora College gave the Qollegs
cheer with "Wlloji, Wilson.' on the
"That's a fine way to keep up the
spirits of the aide that ought to lose,"
Col. Roosevelt shouted.
Tne cheering continued despite the
protests of those who wished 10 heat
the Colonel. A man pushed big way
into the midst of tho students, announc
ing: "I'm a Taft Republican, but I
want a square dial for Roosevelt You
oollege hoys have got to keep still "
"Boys." Col. Roosevelt railed out.
"you are long on noise, but you r J ; 1
a little short on Intelligenoa."
The students persisted in :.-ir eer
ing until Col. Roosevelt's champion
seled the iic.arct one and Sttempted
to force hlrn out of tne crowd, The
tudnni retaliated by aiming a blow at
his fairs. Otaea's Joined In. Just uhen
the trsin started, and as Col Jtoonetelt
loat right of the crowd the Taft Rr
pubil an" and the sudenl.i we e still
pummeillni eac.ri ,ther.
Col. RoOeOVelt riahwl Ashevllla at
5 80 o'clock this morning and his soiled
ulo railed tor his departure at 7!" He
did not know that at Ashevtlle there
was a change from Central to Pastern
time, and thinking he would be in Ashe
vtlle for un hour and twenty mlnUtOSi
remained In Ms stateroom, Outside
there wa. a crowd which the Colonel
did not wls'i to ClSSppOlnl He arose
hattllfi slipped on urh garmonts as
he could do in f'w minutes ind went
out to the pisiform i'i time to wave u
goodby 1 1 the crowd.
No one ind en ho Colonel's iissly
exit, the real of I 'if parte wis isl-(i
and ihe port r had been told that the
Colonel, too, wis sleeping and D 1 one
should ie admitted to trio oar He inched
the door st the train drew out. Col.
Roosevsit rang the bell, The porter,
mindful of his orders, let the bell ling
and kept SWgy. from the doer. Col
Hoosevelt kept his ftnge, on the bei: fop
five minute, then gave It up At the
next station, taeotl luuriies later, a
trainman found him and Br eg I to hla rei-cue
FIGHTING STUDENTS I RACING MOIST BROWN
GOES THROUGH FENCE
AT 80 MILES AN HOUR
Rich New Yorker and Mechan
ician Badly Hurt in Van
derbilt Cup Trials.
MILWAUXBE, wis. Oct, I Dsvld
Bruce-Brown nf N-w York, noted mill
ionaire automobile race driver, and n a
mechanhHsn, Soudolarii were perhaps
fatally hurt today when Bruce-Brown's
big Flai racer rrasbeil through a fence
mi ihe Vesderblii Cug uourse he w is
taklrg a urve st an aversip- of i miles
sn houri in short trials
Hntn men wer.. taken t-i Hie TrlSlty
Hospital. Brown's hU nil was frertured.
Surgeons gdmlttod thSl ins condltl in
was grave. Scudelail. the mectiaiiKiin.
Bras opers tod on H'is afternoon. H" also
sustained a fractured skull.
Brown wan leering UP i.l. course In
trials to-day at better than elfjhtyflve
miles an hour. Ks was having a "brush"
with Tettiuff, also driving a rial, when
the accident occurred Both had nego
tiated the "hairpin turn" In safely, and
were on fho Strotoh on the northwest
sidi ,.f th course, Total afl look.vi banit
and was unable to : ee Brow n's car.
Fearing trouble had occurred, he re
turned and found the rsr In a ditch.
It: .un was walking al.ou; the wreck.
I hyslclana reported operation euc
easeful on both men and theli chai
for reSOOery arc said to be good Booh
:iaa a slltlit fracture or t ,. skull,
loth hM regained oimclousness
Baseball Scores To-Day
AT NEW YORK.
0 0 0 0 .1
0 u 0 0 0
1 tl 0 0 I 0 II
0 0 2 I 0 I 0
2 0 110 0
10 0 10 1
I l KM EObS AMl III I I I ll
dire to our atorat ttd ,.i oi. ir. . o m
aeaer. UarMU 4 Oecdti Oe.
ufADCUiDrvDinoinnilniii 7rn i am nun nnno
In ML If I Ull ILUIO.
Oi DEAD, 8 HURT
Turbine Ellfine of Destroyer
Wilke Blown Up in
Midst of Fleet.
LIEUTENANT IS KILLED,
Disabled Vessel Gets to Shore
Under Own Steam to Rush
Victims to Hospital.
NEWPORT, 1:. I. "t 1 -Lieut.
Donald r. Morrison eras hilled and
eight men IgJUTOd to-dav by the es-
plosion of the stssm ehOOt on the tor-p-do
t.'ut destroyer W tUi
The geoldenl ocelli i "d off llrenlon's
HOof lightship WhUl the Walke wss
preparing loi i.r imarDsfiy
CaSBUti Morrison entered the service
from Missouri In 1902.
The seriously Injured are
LlOUt Robert U Montgomery of the
dea'royer Vanrlng snd E P. Crawford,
gunner's mate of the dSOtroyOf Pat'ter
sen, the umplreo named to walch the
tests, and the following membere of
the Walka'e crew: .1. t'. Rumps, ma
chinist mate of the tlrst class; H. 1
Wilder, machinist male of the first
doss: D. S. Kill-
hi. r machinist
mai", J. Delaney, llrst rlass Hremsn
W. E. Krnus, oiler, and T B. Conway,
The Walke wis In company with
severs! other destroyers u hen the lor
ward end of the port turbine, together
with the steam ehesi, was blown off
i, lent Morrison, the chier engineer
ofiwr on board, eras Inetantly killed
and the Others were badly scalded.
Signals were at once hoisted for
aas. stance, and a wireless
was sent 10 Bear-Adinl
on board hla flagship
anchor off .Ijniestown
The destroyers Perkins, tarroU
and Mayiarit were not far off. sud
Immediately went to the assistance
of the Walke A heavy southerly
gate wss blowing, but efforts were
made to send a Hue on board the dam
11 was then discovered Ihit her
starboard engine was In commission.
The Walite loomed b-ak Into the
harbor ami inn slongelds Ho- hoe pttal
shin galace, on board ( which, had
sssembled th" greater pari or the
medical i-taff or the Heat.
The wounded were speedily etans
fened Slid I lie W..I1..- was sent I
tori do HOtlon I 'r repairs
Th' sorpeflo.boo4 deetroyei aik, was
Isun-hed at the yard of the Kore Itlvcr
Shipbuilding Horn pony, Qulney, Mosa,
Nov 3, B)IS She was named for Art.
mir.ii Henri Wiike, by whose gross).
d tgghter, Miss Mildred Walke Waller,
thr ve.isel was chrlsie.isd.
The Walke la a sister vessel of the
Perkins and Sterrett, and has a dls-lisr-ernent
of 72 tons. llt' conrglotg
crew Is eight) -nine meg
A!' hough tin tl officials here declared
that only I wo sailors m-ts mortally In
jured, sailors from the Solfe. who
ram" ashore this afternoon, said they
heard surgeons tel; that five of the in-
lured rannoi me n was si r.rst roa
f the Inluril had died on
GOV. WILSON QUITS SEA GIRT.
Ilslalillslies OITlres In TgOBtOO for
TKKNTO.V. N. J, Oet 1. -This was
moving day for Oov. WooJrow Wilson. I platform with an amendment.
Officially, pollt. rally and personally. He Vigoroua hlaalng greeted him as hs
Miusul ta the Stata House here fioinl'ook his pla-v SlOOgsldS ' ".inrman
tho summer capital at Sea Otyt His
famUy moved tbelr belongings from sea
flirt to Princeton
Oov. WtlSOS s ranged ror the estab
lishment of a sepaiate offlc in I'ren
ton, from wh.ch to conduit Ills rs.1i
POlgn fr tne Presidency When not
campaigning Oov. Wilson will go back
and for'i. from Princeton to Trenton,
twelve miles goon. day.
Has i.i I'av I nrlr tarn an inn.
Ko" failure to t illy declare the amount
of dutiable taggag' When In- arrived
here fro.n BUrOpS indav evening on
the 'ieorgi Washington, .Morris Wolf, a
we.iitiiv New Orleans . utt. in broker, was
ow tod t'1 p-'y rtrllstiny iect to-day t ie
SUM ot W.I"'. Which ll the home value
of Ihu bagKSge ISlgod by tin- CUSlOmS
autborltleo By hpme value Is meani
tne rorelgn value, plus the duty.
IIU.11K M. I All Ills M, wllll. ns
ran r.nt an . Han In the iVuiitaer
Building. ..anna 350. and on. ..atina 70.
day or nlsht. Applv E a. Pratl. tioosB
S0 Pulltssr (WsrIJi Bulidlng.
"oULtlt WflHIid DUOO
NOT TO INTERFERE BY
"If He Does," Sys the Congressman,
"They Will Need the Entire
Police Force of Syracuse
to Protect Him."
OSBORNE IN A ROW ON
THE FLOOR WITH WAGNER.
Glynn, Temporary Chairman, Makes
a Speech That Helps His Boom
in Governorship Contest.
BY MARTIN GREEN.
(Ma Oorrsewoneent of The Bvealag World.)
COSVHNTION HALL, SYRACUSE, Oct. l.-ngrasnun WBl
iam Sulzer warned Boss Murphy this afternoon not to interfere with his
campaign for the Democratic nomination for Governor. The report had
gone out flu ( .Murphy intended to eliminate the Conojessman.
"I have enough delegates to secure this nominatitin," said Sulzer.
"If Murphy intei feres by undeihanded meth'-ajs they will need the entire
police force of ; yracue to protect him and his allies. I can and will be
In Strong ContrMt w:(!i fne tactics of the Bull Mooters and fhe
Repiihiiciib, who injected a religim;s note into tlieir State conventions
Jnj nc "Onward, Chri'ti.in Soldiers," the Democrats started in trday
. . . .,
; without prayei. This however, is customary, the Democracy omittinjj
ihe Invocation at the open -is; W it- State conventions.
The Levy Election law, being a Democratic measure, was arefulry
followed in the proceedings. This law provides for a roll call of the
ttelegutes Of! temporary organization. The Republicans, having 1,o5o
delegates in convention, complied with this regulation slightingly. The
Democrats, with 450 delegates, were not seriously inconvenienced by
Ihe roll call.
Martin Hlvnn of Albsnv. runner Stale
ComptfOner, wa riven a musing re
eiiiloti when he took OhOrflO of the con
tention as Temporary Ohslfsisn iT-
II . im has a w. il de eloped boom for
j Ihe nomin ation fir OOvOfwOt and Ihe
applause that greeeed hla appearance
,r, h spee -b showed thai he hog a
host or fr.ends !n the convention.
Ml fJtynn is not a delegate 10 the
sonventlon, neither Is Judge Alton tl.
Pa-ker who Is to serve as permanent
.halrman. Judge O'Oorman has not
taken a delegate's proxy and did not
all nd the convention to-day. His ab
sencs was accounted for by the fact
that he was engaged at the Onondaga
with the committee on platform.
SENATOR WAGNER CALL DOWN
Thomaa Mott Osborne of CaVUgO, the
perpetual Insurgent, got himself called
down In the opening session by Senator
F. Wagner Ol New iork. an i
Mr. Oshorn offered no reply on m
SOnator Wagner, as . v.,ilr:nan "f 'he
sommlttoa on reeolutlona introduee.i the
ususl and pel functory rOOOSMOOOdOtl in
that a gommltlOO on resolutions be ap
pointed ind that all resolutions In re.
ferred to thi' committee without be
ing r. ad Mi Osborne hurrle l to the
i'IIMi'i. The amen , men proving i ina
.ho meetings of the commtltee on reso
lutions sii' uld be open to the public
As Mr os airne was preparing to of
fer remarks In support of bis motion
Senator Wagu ' siiitllnglv annouik-cd
IhM tiiere hsd " eti no intention of
holding any other than open sessions of
the committee. He pointed out that
URdWT ii ie rulsg of the Aoeewbly, wMoh
govern Ihe eewvoBllon, the meattngs of
the pom ml ties SfOUld aa In the BjOIBTS
.,f puhH hearings, to whlri all pot.
r.s with iileas jor adoption or debate
Should nave free ue, ess.
i iiik ai.uou.ii oi .ii i i i if w in l i
out of Mi Osborne's sails. The con -
VOntlOn laughed Ol him. He prov. ,1
himself a bad loser hy shouilng: I
OOngrStUlgtS the convention on OOas
tor Wagner s Changs of heart Slnoo
last night '
Senator Wagner Jumped rrom hla
seat udjucent to that of Mi Murp'iy,
ruehod down the aisle a few atoi-a
und demanded a hearing:
"1 desire, ' cried Mr. Wagner, "to
call tin- attention of tbS convention to
ihe fool that the statement mads by
Mr. Osborne p absolutely untrue.
There hmi boon no eh.ingr of heart."
Then the bunlneaa of l ie onven
tlon pioceeded. and In a few minutes
an adjournal, nt araa taken until 2
Oolooh lOssBOWOW aflernooii.
RLAN TO MAKE A FIGHT ON
lOllOW!ng the tactic, adopted hy WW
lam Jennings Bryan at the Baltimore
Convention OObOfBO and the other In
lUrgvntS In tiie coSVepttOO e pre
paring plans in make a fight against
;he i election of Judge Alton B. Parke'
as p. rmanent Chairman of the conven
tion In Oils the Empire State Democ
racy nd the Progreselve Democracy gre
to bo allied and while tho leader of th
ui have no hope of ultimate sue-
M elr strength amounting at the
OUteidi t . less than fifty votes-tbey
hop., to teste a disturbance throug I
which 'hey can Insert- the entering
aedge or a pressure against Murphv
Tie. leadere tn the movement to tight
the selection or Judge Parker are Mr
UHiorne Ohgrles Httttgan of Auburn
gtepben It van of ''iientngo, Hirr
Keith of Nassau, ;..hn cariu:.- ol wi
tertown, mil .la . i. .-en Evck of Al
bany Allied with thm are half a dosen
others who are unwilling to go to
onythi.ng In the uature of a fight on
be hose of Tammsny Hall.
MURPHY WANTS TO SLAP AT
Judge Parker, as ihe permanent
chairman, waa put forth by Murphy.
To have Judge Parker preside over
the deliberation! of this important
convention is Murphy't Ueg of a ra
ply to the StteckS made u on 1dm In
Ball line ri h) William Jauinlnge Bryog
Osborne's plan s to object to largs
er w.i..ii the mutter of perniin-ni or-
sjonlmilon conn s up .n t.ie eoitwalinsj
o-m,.rrov and not onl- put up an 0B
position e indluate but try io im' th-
: convention that the selection of TgdSS
I Parker would he, in effect, a slap it
Oov. WoodTOW Wilson. The M i II
I POOPle were advised of the opposition
I Plan only lute tills ef tsmoOS and pror
feseed 10 feel no worry about if. Put
the Murphy idea fui a horasonlous
veutlon hue been disturbed
Tiie Empire Slate end Trogiessite
ieniocracy Inouis 't will nm rpip ,t
lighting the selection of Parker. The