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raTryiraro woked, TBTrirBTjxT, otrTTTBiB to, itt
Gas.sp of fie Campaign
awrf fte Mew Who Make
Fight Worth Watching
WMh a hnopl. nomp and "rah.
rah. rati! Old Wlnry thrown to the
bwc. banners wavln;. with the MM1
lilt of rtrum and thr Mar of brea. an
oM tin. polities! parail will (to din
rifth ivnui on th sftsm.ii of
wk from nexl Satnrrfar. OH Pat)
Knlrkerbocker will take off hie bat to
the two Oovrrnor, V!ln and Mtf"
h-ill, and to the old asrhors William
Suitor. The demonstration will he un
der the suplc-s of the Woodrow Wil
on Oolless MM' I l.-us In the
ranki will ba thounnd. from huln.
trade and labor ortrsnliatlons an wrll
aa pottttcal and patriotic MMM It
will b a tourh of th old lorchltirht
sad transparency processi-vi whlcii
have maltMl Into the paat. Tha torch
lights and uniforms will ba lar-kma, but
thora will ba plenty of color and plenty
of enthusiasm. Th rlrht of Una will
rant on Klfih avenue and Ktfly-ninth
treat and the line of march will be
Aown the avenue to Madlaon Hquart
Here (ov erUnga will apeak and M will
QMMNMII Hulser. I'emo ratlc nom
Inee for Cl'Vernor. Tlmr will ba no
"Blf Ull" IMwarda, Street rommls-atom-i.
w.ll marshal (lie columns A
portal train will be run from 1'ilncaton
ani ),iV) a udrnte of OM Naaaau will .
In line. It ! tOtnfl to bt one his pa
rade and MWM of collate men ara
cetii.ns' from ail parts of tha country.
Jamn Wltromti itollly waa at tha
Oamoiratlc National Cummlttee rooms
thla morning. Not James Wit comb
miey, ih (enlle poat of the Hooeler
Mate, but a (Teat friend of hla posses
sing a facile pen and an ample girth.
Mr Rellly was aerrrtary to Nurman
Mack while the latter waa chairman
of th National Committee which
paaaed away at Maltlmora. Many war
tha roqucMe for admlaslon ticket to
the HaJUmor contention and Mr
Heiliv wil the (uardtan of Ih"
"o.-npt." It wu a Job that preyed on
tha mire). ljt Mr. Hllly did non loa
any flaah. The sound 'lay of the con
vention found the aerrrtary loaded
djown w"t!i tha admlMlon card, for
many applicant failed to put In an ap
naaranc In th hot city. Mr. Itellly
waa the whlte-halrrl boy In lUIMmor.
II wai th real admission Uckat to the
convention and everybody took hla hat
oS to him for two day. Ju.in- llud
apath of New Jersey had equad of Wll
aon boomara on hand and nought Mr
Rellly. Wall, It waa th ae.ond day
and there waa no uae holding out tick
et for non-perfonnirs any longer. Ho
be Judge got the leftover bunch. It
as a proud day for th Judge aa he
dsatrtbuted the ticket to the Jeriryltos
aid they aald on to the. other: "Oh,
(Br! hasn't our Judge got the pull "
Then hat ceaaed coming off to lt1lly.
Aatd mora people than there were tick
et were Jamming Into th oonvvntlnn
kail at every eeealon. Th Hiatre h id
ojketr own men appointed on the door
aad then all waa nereeaary win the
pass woru. It bothered Mr. Itellly a
great deal for he aaa called u,m to
axpliln the crowded condition of th
hall. He gave It up and It wn not
till two wreka after the convenilon
thai he heard that the men without
ticket, merely walked up to the door
keeper, and nodded and said: "Hallo,
Bill, how'e Rellly?" They went In and
la their friends.
Mr. Murphy of Tammany I back at
Baa desk. H returned yesterday from
a sojourn In 8yrscu.se with hi
checked from Troy. This I I he tint
Bfipaeranc of the Tammany Irade.
since he left for the Convention city
last Hunday wrek. lie ferl n-.uch Un
proved from hi reit and hu nothing t.
ay regarding the campaign or aboil
polltlos I nnt li. he hau t.utlilng to My
far publication. A long list of MlMM
waited upon him ut Tammany Mall dur
ing the day, and what he had to ay
about polltlr he probably said to them.
There were Ben tor. and Assemblymen
and business man, soma of thm fat and
MM of them lean; soms of lhm old
la th service end soma of thsm Just
starting Into the game. There Is a cam
paign on, snd It waa ons of Mr. Mur
phy's busy days.
John M Psrker It the Big null Mori-
M New Orleans. He ssys thst Ixull
ana Is going for the Colonel, lie Is one
Mg Bull Montr thev ctn't throw a scarg
Into. When .Mr Psrker wst a yung
man he went to school g Hi Hl'-phi'ir.
Annan. I il. . s y Many of th. ttudentl
wr studying for the nlsrf) Mr
Parker wasn't. Ons of th.. BiadMti
who bad lllppsd a Ml one iilglii sall.it
Into the offln-j With two IhMlf In ths
win! and the mher fluttering The bov
eared fr hint and tucked htm Bafal)
away from th ttnrtn. One of the bun' h
"peached" and the offender khi ait
pended. A few hlxntf later In the din
Ing room, at the j r .nclpal wan about to
give the order to arite from th.- MM
John M l'trker urote and laid "It It
about time JttttlM wat done fine nan
IS being pun.thed for hit offenee and (he
mtn who told on him Isn't. Men, do
SNUBS MAN WHO D
PUT POLICE jN POLLS
Prevent Frauds' Why, the
Police Used to Visit Booths
to Aid Them, He Savs.
Or Na'han rtttnoff of No ?W K
Broadway, racenlly wrote to Mayor flay,
nor demanding that police be atatloncd
In the foiling places on election dny
(hat better order mtv prevail and that
frsiidulent voting may be prevented
The Mayor to-day wrote In rep'y:
Dear Kir: Your letter of OM, I
containing a "protest" and a "de.
mand" regarding where th police
shall be ttatlnned and what they
shall do on Kleo Ion I'ay la at barid.
Your ton la peremptory, but suffer
me to say unto ou that you share
a grave misunderstanding 1n retpect
of the power and duties of the. po
lice at elections. Their duty begins
and ends with preserving the pence.
The law provides alee Ton officers to
conduct election and clothes thorn
with ample powers It even express
ly confer on them the powers of
arrest posteeted by peer offlcera
The police have no right or pjwer to
forbid any on to vole, or to prevent
any one from voting, or to aaalai
any one doing the like. To station
policemen In the poll to prevent or
obstruct or Intimidate those who
come to vote might and probably
would grow Into an evil which would
den -..v our system of government.
That s th way tbey 40 In WslCH
and Russia, to carry election ' "
tot In a free rnuntrjr. It i, t of
the ways of disponent.
To nvolit such an overwhelm -i '
our law makes every man ";
reign on Election Hay. 1, mi:
1 Interfered with on the way
polls, or at the polla. until aft ha
vote, unless he doee come Ml In
breach irf the peace. IM fUT
to stop him from voting i M gbal
l'ng his vote as unlawful I
any election offjolal, wa.eher
en may rl. When that la a
ca.nm.t vote unless he taj,c mp -crlbe.l
ath. and lr, that wa rear
In hi vote, a th phraa u
Have you ever road tha js t .
history of elections m MM gantry
or In Anlo-t.xon countries
you know that from lh,
tlniea M show of force ha .best al
U.we.1 at bhe pllaT To aJlow ve .
one to vote who will take to I
of swearing In hla vota may levl I i
the evil of to.it llletjal vole it.n
auow me porrre t j preve.
i roiTi voimg oy ror
Intimidation woubt result li
oniiwy rrratar avll.
I dV. not share your pradleton ff
fraudulent or lUogal votmc tt our
coming ejection In thla oRr Par
mlt me to say that nowrhare H Ihit
Htate or In this nation ara ie Ions
more peaceable and honaat tbtn III
-tbla i'Ky of New York. Thf pVlce
wfll be near anougi to the polla lo
preeerve the p. r. and to iwspond
to the caill of any election officer or
any oJMsen to quell tumult make
lawful arreta. HtibsUrttlailr H of
the fraudulent voting here Hi yeiri
gone by was dVine uirder tb NOOur
sgwnent and patronage of pMMtHM
tationed in the ipolllnst plnej to do
the bidding of corrupt polltlrtl l.i I
era. I Mil you erver hear of tha?
Very truly youra.
W. J. OATNOtR, Mayor
22 to 6 34th St. W.at.
A Specially Prepared Sale
FOR TO-MORROW (FRIDAY)
Women's & Misses' Tailored Suits
At Exceptionally Low Prices
.Snrurt. drewy modcli, with Robespierre Collars.!
nvniy wiuimcu wim tcaio ana ornament. i
nnannan. Actual Value $52.50
CORDUROY SUITS I
Plain tailored m del, in black, navy and brown, peau
de cygne lined (fa terlined). Actual Valum S48.00
Exclusive model (foreign copy) made expretily for
talc, in navy, brown, black and taupe.
Actual Value S48.00
TWO-TONED DIAGONAL STRIPE SUITS
Navy, grey and brown, new Cutaway Coat, neatly'
trimmed with braid, lined guaranteed satin. i
Aojtual Value $42.50
22 to 2 John Forsythe 34th st. we.t
kaa B, i
Orffhiel ui Stiubt Mgsoifiv r
MALTED MILK Monthly
Tha Food-drink lor All Apt. i Payments
More healthful than Tea or Cdiee.
Amet with the weakest iptboev
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted gun, powatr MMM
k mekk Inch prtparaa Ui iatta.
Take imiIMMi. AakMr UORUCK'S.
t"J" Qthmr arm imitations
it b-125 St .MADISON AVE
I Until 10 P. M.
Lord & Taylor
Authoritative Styles in
Fall Dresses and fVraps
sire tblNDH in all the fashionable fabrics and smart
CoortNjfj in an extensive range of prices. Particular
attention is invited 10 the following
Special values offered.
It was In the winter time. P!x
Beni n's t randl-hrrt knives over tin- irn-
fen- - chile a tc re nr more gral.t.et
the man who 'il pMFhed nd 01 iaV4
him mil Int" th" yard Thev ;on ntt
his riotliliig and put him under lag
Dump Then they gave away the rep liants
of hl.t clothes at seuvsnln Mr
Parker was MSptPdaO. Ne irly the eti
tlre nch'iol went out with him and It
nesrh lroke up the Miles When
comprutn'.te wat fin ill. ffe Mr.
Parker irfute l t.i no M M Hi retumi
to hiH home in New nrlraut nnd itudh J
laa. M inie .-a:t later, when New I ir
lestis wa.1 all turn up ov.-r the M..fl.
It Chief of Police sttrtel to clean nut
th oidir. II.- wai ;n .ut n I by the
Mafia, a dnti n or mors ..r th murder,
era were lodge) In Ja'1 It MemedJ mi.
ppaslhle to c nvl "t any of them, for RO
. one would tell on the other A nn.u
was gathered under the tatttt nf Ktnry
Clav All they neei'eij was s l.al.i.
John M Parket ft(1dieed the M lb,
"V'e have th whole hunch In JslI," he
aid. "Th' v VM'I tell on each oilier.
If Ihey ate let go we never will xrt
them Bir.iln. It's time these murder
were flopped. Now It the time." He
ltd the muli to the Jtll. Ittlv demsml
e. m mdcmnl'v f' r the fainlllet of the
lynched men. H'.e got It. tn.l New Qr
lain, never s nee has hemd of the
Hafla I li
Smartly Tailored Dresses
For Kiulv Full Wear. 1
Of Clmrmi'iiso, ClCpO'dO'ChisO and
Bponfo in pnictien ahndoo Strictly
t it ilt !- 1 or elaboroto ntodola.
Splendid assortment of styles in
Afternoon, Street or Evening
Copies of the most exclusive models.
Miwle of CheVrnOUaOi ('repe Meteor, Novelty Fabrics
and Volvota in the very newest shades.
Special Values at
$27.50 & $35-00
Chiffon Broadcloth Evifliitg Coats
MoMBVIb liar uiitl cuffs, pasti'l sliadcsl
idcul coats lor young people. A C !
Exceptional values in
WY Will PUoe on Sale Tomorrow, Friday,
A nMO aaaortmont of Colorod Dress
nnil Tailored 1 ntrinuuod Shuix's of the
newest blocks. The inatci taJa ure velvet,
lutllers pliisli nttd pil'' pluahi many with
black velvt t (acisa and colored tops
or llie rOVOTWi The colors art" taupe,
gold, kin, navy( brown tan. grooa
and purple, alto several very striking color
Values $Q,QQ to $1 f .00
Imported Vttour Hats
In u variety of shapes and colors.
Value $8, OO
Th ree Smart Tailored Fancies
Each niukiiii a complota trinmliiii n
black, while, uml black and wliitc.
Value $1 .25
Lord & Taylor
An Attractive Showing of
Misses 9 & Juniors 9
Fall fVearing Apparel
Suits of English Corduroy
Russian Blouse model, coat lined and
heavily interlined. Brown, black, navy
Suits of IF ale Cheviots
Several models, plain tailored or
. .... it. a .
in all tlie new tall colorings. Heavily
Misses' V Juntor Dresses
Tailored or fancy models in serges and
Of charmeuse and meteor, accordeon or
draped skirt, in all colors.
Misses' & Junior Coats
Of heavy mixtures and plain colored
cloths, box or bolted models.
Coats of Boucle Cloths
Three-quarter length, lined throughout.
Gray and brown.
Knit Underwear Specials
For Women, Misses and Children
Misses ' & Children j Vests Pants
Vests and Tights
Uegularly 30c )
j Union Suits )
or high neck, knee or ankle length. C
If omen's 'Pure Silk Vests )
High neck, short or long sleeves. i
Uegularly $i.75 J
sew t the flr.t d. nf rrgl.tr-
Mea. If ru do Bl rewt.ler von isnn.l
re. Hral.ir.tluu l..,..lh. will ua al T
M. aad lt st ID f. M.
Broadway & SOU. St.
JVomen 's & Misses ' Sweaters
jfranhlin Simon 8i Co.
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Misses' and Girls' Tailored Suits
Misses' Corduroy Suits
Tailored suits, of best quality English
corduroy, in hlick, now, taupe, green
or brown; coat silk lined, wool inter
lined. Misses 14 to 20 years; Juniors,
12 to I years. Value $31.50
Misses' Fur Trimmed Suits
Dressy tailored auita, of Velour de
Laine, in rich colorings; coat with
large collar of French mole or seal fur,
latest model skirt with belted back.
14 to 20 years. Value $70.50
Misses' Velveteen Suits
Dressy model, of imported velveteen,
in black, taupe, navy or brown; coat,
silk lined, wool interlined, handsome
ornaments; new model skin
14 to 20 years. Value $49.(0
Girls' Tailored Suits
Of imported plain or two-toned
cheviot, in navy, burgundy, brown or
ereen Russian halted back, satin
lined, wool interlined; newgored coat. 1 Q 7
a v. . v
12 to 16 years
Misses and Girls' Coats
Misses' Chinchilla Coats
Dressy seven-eighths length model,
with large plush collar; colors, navy,
taupe, brown, gray or white; silk
lined; interlined; braid ornaments. OO ETA
14 to 20 vears.
Brocaded Evening Wraps
Misses' wraps, of brocaded char
meuse silk, in white, rose, blue, taupe
or black, draped models, trimmed with
marabou, silk lined, wool interlined.
14 to 20 years. Value $4.S0
Girls' Dressy Coats
New low belted model, of vicuna. In
rose, tan, brown or Copenhagen,
round velvet collar, wide belt and culfs
trimmed with novelty pearl buttons.
to 14 years. Value $24.50
Girls' Corduroy Coats
Double-breasted model or best quality
English corduroy, in navy blue, black
or brown; Venetian lined, wool inter
lined; pearl buttons.
8 to 14 years. Value $34.50
Misses' and Girls' Dresses
Misses' Serge Dresses
Tailored button front model, of navy
blue or black English serge. Real Irish
J tt 1 : I t-i.
lace collar and cuffs.
14 to 20 years
Misses' Charmeuse Dresses
Dressy draped model, in black, navy,
taupe nr delft blue, vestee of contraat-
ing silk, draped tunic skirt lace jabot. c A f?f
14 to 20 years. Value $20.50 4.dU
Misses' Evening Gowns
Of white chiffon over pink, blue, maize
or all white charmeuse silk, richly
trimmed with bugles, beads and
flowers, shadow lace bodice.
14 to 20 years. Value $45.00
Girls' Challie Dresses
Of all wool challie, in Copenhagen nr
rose stripes, trimmed with black velvet
buttons. Black satin collar.
8 to 15 years Value $11.50
Girls' Serge Dresses
Of navy or brown, English serge,
shadow lace collar, Koman striped
silk bow, pleated or gored skirt.
8 to 15 years. Value $14.50
Gir!s' Velveteen Dresses
Of imported velveteen, in black, navy
blue or brown. Lace collar, silk cuffs
and tie, crushed silk girdle, fancy
8 to 15 years Value $24.50
SPFCIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Boys Suits and Overcoats
Boys' Corduroy Norfolk Suits
Norfolk models, of English Corduroy,
in tan, brown or uray , coat aerge
lined; trousers full lined.
7 to 17 years. Value $8.50
Boys' Winter Suits
Vith extra pair of knickerbockers.
Single and doiible-breasieiT Norfolk's
also plain coal models, of navy aerge
or fancy rweeda.
7 to 18 years. Value $10.00
Boys' English Rain Coats
London Slip-on model, of triple texture
rubberized cloth, in tan or gray; guar
6 to 18 years Value $9.75
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats
Polo or button-to-neck model, in navy,
or OxforJdoubieTaceJTmported chin
chilla, with plaid back, yoke and
aleeves, Venetian lined.
3 to 10 years. Value $12.50
Young Men's Suits and Overcoats
Chinchilla Overcoats -For Young Men
English Guard model, In navy, Oxford
or brown chinchilla, with plaid hack.
Yoke and sleeves Venetian lined. 1Q 7(J
33 to 40 chest Value $27.50 I J.I O
The "Toga" Overcoat Made in London
By Studd and Millington, of 51 Con
duit St., London. English Guard
model of Vicuna, in brown or Oxford.
32 to 40 cheat. Value $35.00
Young Men's Norfolk Suits
In exclusive patterns of brown and
gray checks, diagonals and herring
bones, soft roll front.
32 to 38 chest.
Young Men's Sack Suits
Two or three button English modela
of imported navy aerge, Scotch tweeds
and velour cassimeret.
12 10 40 chest. Value $27.50
School and Press Shoes
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
For Misses and Girls
Selected tan or black Russia calf on broad
othopedic lasts buttoned or laced,
Sixes II to 2 2.85
SlXM 2)4 to I Regular price $3.50
For Boys and Youths
Velour calfskin also tan Russia calf,
made on our "Franklin" orthopedic
last, laced, hand-welted soles.
Sizes to 2 j 2.95
Sizes 2H to 6 ) Regular price $3.50
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