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TBI 1VINIHG WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT 1, 1918.
BREGT 10 PEOPLE
' ' " I a
PUns to Tour Stale Before
m Calling Extra Session of
SENATORS "BRASH" NOW
But "There'll Be a Change
When They Hear From
Unm la Uic DraAlMim
y IIUIIIV, IJ I 1IO I IkUIIIUIi.
Bg Martin Green,
JtlMttlOltst of Th Bftaiag
S&SVLXT. Slav 1 If Qov. Suiter
Veaten In tht Direct Prlmarita Mil tight
as doesn't know It. K.ven Vn th fact
of the action of the Democratic mem
ber of tha Assembly, who decided early
tela morning, after a conference that
becas at M o'clock leat nirht. to report
to-morrow, hv a decided major!!,
agalntt the .Sulr.er primary hill, t'.ie
Oovernor la proceeding ai though tha
battla had not been fought.
Thlt thing Taeterday," a aid tha Oof
araor to Tb Evening World, aa ha
walked from tha Capltrl to tha People'
Hoote long after midnight, "waa only
asktrmtah. Tha big aght to yat to oomt.
as I'll win It. Tb paopi lcleJ ma
en a platform providing for State-wld
Street prl.aarlei. I would be recreant
to tb truet Impoaed In ma If t aban
doned my effort ilmply became cur
tain Senator and certain party leader
ar of tit opinion that tb Suiter Dl
rot Primary bill la too radical too
l SiSlu nonary, they called It th. -n-ata
Hybt It It radical. Oat It la re-
A for, and that l what tha popl put
tb Democratic party Into onVe for
te esecute reforms In th nomination of
candidate. Thar 1 no ute going ahead
with halfway maura. If I had want-
, ad to avoid trouble and dodged my duty
and obligation I would have tlgned
th Blauvelt bill, wilch a nitkethlft.
WILL CARRY THE FIGHT TO
"Right after I waa .j in mated In Syr
acuse I t 'Id The Kvenlng World that
wo ild b th Oovernor of th 8tata of
w York, and that my office wuul 1 be
n Albany. Th-t waa a pledge, end I
end to live up to It I think I have
loan the people that I am working
wf their Interest
'Theae gentlemen or the Sonata are
very brave now. They will not be to
Waah wha they cat baok into their
own eommnnltla and face their own
people. Incidentally. It to my Intention
lo go out among tha people and taU
tnm tha facta about tb primary legt-latlon.
"I purpo to call aa eitra teaalon of 1
(b Leglttaturt to pa the Suiter Prl- 1
mary bill. If there are any good argu- 1
menta agalntt any of ita provlslont I
am willing to litten to them, but no '
argument bave been put up to me a I
The tenement of th people of thlt 1
State la (or a direct primary bill tn it ,
provide for real direct p.iiinrlt. fo
dealgnatlone of candidates by petition i
t am In re.-elpt or hundreil of letter" i
eatahllthlng thlt fnct. When I go out '
among the people end talk to them they
re going to tell me to my ftc what
they have been telling me in letter and
'They are going to virtually order me I
to call itn extra aoaalon of th l.eglt
latura for the purpose of pasting direct
primary Initiation. At toon at they
I give me the order I thall call tha Legl. -1
ltture Into extra teaalon. And mark
I ray word, thr will be a bit Chang
of ten'Jrnen' 1
WON'T SIGN AMENDED LAU
Th Oovarnor mad h plain that b
win not tlgn tha amended Blauvelt bill
which wat Introduced In tb Sonata yaa-
ftarday afternoon and la ohedultd to
come up for paeeage on Saturday. The
amendment call for a reduction of tne
number of tlgnaturas necoatary to legal-
It a nominating petition In large cltlea
said borough and prohibit! the ute of
party funda In th payment of primary
The State convention and other
featuraa obnoxloua to the Governor are
retained In the modified Baluvelt meaa
u re. It It claimed' by the Democratic
Senator that tha amendment thould
be aatlafactory to the Oovernor becauaa
he called for thorn. It la the present
Intention of the Oovernor to veto the
rente. Blauvelt Mil as promptly at
he vetoed the original bill last week,
and on that orvaalon he htt hit vtto
message out two houn after tha bill
injured tenatorlal dlgn'.ty played a
big part In the pro eedlngt of the i
Senete yesterday aftcrtioon when the
Suiter bill wit attatllnntpil by a vote .
of 42 to 1 Many of the Senator an
nounced that they voted again! the
HO beratia they ntldered the Oov
arnor had intuited them Uf calling tha
Blauvelt bill a fraudulent meature tnd
by trying to Influrnr them to vot for
the Sutter hill ur.der tlircat of read
ing them out of the party.
The piano of the Oovernor ar not
fully matured. It in quite likely that
he will ttart out on a trnir of the State
at toon at he liat cleared up the bill
which the legislature wilt leave to hit
consideration when It adjourns.
MAY NOT CALL EXTRA SESSION
If ; thould remain In Albany the
full thirty daya allowed him for con
tldtratlon of blllt after the adjourn
ment of the legltlatiire It would be
along in June before he rould ttart
out on h't tertet of vitlt to the liom
dlttrlot of the Senttert and Aeaembly
man 4rbo have refuted to tupport hit
primary bill. But, during that thirty
day ha might And time to remove from
office leadert and followera of leader
who have ahown thenuelvea hostile
to hi election reform meature.
It might be late In July or alone in
Augutt before the Oovernor could find
It convenient to hit purpo tet to aum
mea tha legltlature In ai'ra taatton.
Amblymen ar to be nominated In
August under the present election daw!
Prom what meagre Information the
Oovernor allow to eacapa as to bit
actual programme of warfare, it le In
ferred that he Intend! to bring tht
direct primary matter to a focue In the
Legltlature again Jutt when It will have
I the moat effect on the political fortune!
COST TWO POLICEMEN
of AsoamMymen who are looking for
The fight hae left a bitter feeling
Agalntt the Oovernor in the Senate. M-
Jorl.y .der Wagner think, that mmm , Hu wh T, yy , p ,
could have nit acrott hill tullahle to J . ' '
hit purport if he had tent for the lend- Spent Klllf MiniltfS ill .1 WtgOH
era of the mnlorlty In the Senate ami- (ifttillfa HitC
the Houae. and talked over the pro-1 ' '
poted legitiatlon. He didn't gend f.r HtSSaWSWSfS '"ti,',"" hat dlt-
anytoody until he had Introduced hi O'il 601 "ed t Ixa t It SMI apprnti nately
through Senator McKnlght. minute for I'airolmen Alexander R.
sSj IfefstSS and M A Rnsenrrans of the
NOT A CENT FOR FLAQQ wwsstiet vmm panes iuuon. n
ai uir tiiMiuui nluT ' were before TMril DatJM" I'ominlttioner
in iiitiiiti 1 1 1 I
In the face of rapt IMword J. Burn
V, 1,1- .ndln. AM. a ".'iisiaut hint nf
$10 A MINUTE FOR LUNCH. ! having been drlnk iir She testlSed
aaasaaaaaasaaai ' thit PolW-e Sm geoii f Ionian had de
clared he bad not been drinking and
that he refuted to obev ordert hermit
he -oti1red It "a low down Mck" to
, low hi" breath In anotber'e fare lilt
rite wt adjourned to get IVmlan a tee-tltnony.
mvpneed on each they went to tha Tomb
to enend tt.lrtv daye.
M. J. rajy, i-ountel for th New Tork
Street Hallway lines, who p roe or-u toil
the piitoner. tkd th Court for th
heavlent penalty posathle. They had
atarted a riw In an Klghty-ilxth ttreet
rrnattoarn car on March 2. Cotvlui tor
Martin Dwyer wat aerlouely beaten.
"With the ceirnlng of entng," ah)
rretliMng Juatlca Porker. :hera to
i ertaln laaa of young meo ho rasl
tliemelv offeneive n tht eorfaoe
They tm to think that the car ore
the idact (or an oterflow of antmat
plrlt. HoWdlew who frequent ttrsst
cart for their exhibition can expect So
leniency of thlt Court."
Jiify Denies His Claim AgifinM Two
Court OMotfl, and He Discon
tinues Two Other Actions.
Jared Plagg, author of Plagi't Plat",
tnd now under Indictment In the Fed
eral Court, charged with utlng tht
mailt to defraud In a "gct-rlch-qulnk"
tcheme, lott to-day the llOO.atO mj.t he
brought agalntt Edward R. Ctrro".
chief clerk of the Court of Oeneral Srt-
tiont, and William Unnna, the deputy
i clerk, which was on trial two days In
luetics Amend e part of th Supreme
I Court. Tht Jury refuted to allow him
' a cent
Newherger or charKct in-day, to ttav
four mlnutre in a lunch wagon. Tim
i -omplalnant wit UoVt Mlllhauter
I i np prtiriJOfirn mm on.cti iit.r'if neen II
I the luncih Wagon while on duty, nut they
; has been un.ihle to Kc; unythlng to eat
J tM-fore going on duti. tlicy tald. and
j the lunch wagon mnn -efiied to tend
I fiMid to thoni. They were each fined
' ten day' pay. and their talurv
, amounti to nearly It a Sgj lb punltli-
ment foott up to almost Ji
Another patrolman tried tn-dtv wat
Michael V rt!ie. of Union Market tta
tlon. who declined to blow hU lirearti
Plagg sccuted Carroll and Htnna of
I certifying to th Commlaalonar of Ll
; cense that ha had been convicted of a
j felony In 1M, when, at a matter of
I fact, he waa convicted of a ratade
I raeanor and sentenced to thirty dart rn
I Jail and to pay a fine of WOO for con
! ducting disorderly premlttt tn Wtt
1 Eighteenth etroet. After the verdict
, Flags discontinued two other eulte
agalntt the tame defendant
About two year ago the Commit
tloner of Llreniee refuted Plagg per
minion to optn a thaatrical employ
STREET CAR ROWDIES
GET 30 DAYS IN TOMBS.
Court Serves Notice That Severe
Punishment Is in Store
Advance warning to ttreet car row
i diet, who make riding In aurface can
nnpleaaant for other psettng' wa
i given In- the Jualtcsa In Part of Special
Settlomi to-day when the maximum
; penalty for dUairderty conduct waa given
i four young men The iWendant gave
their name at Jowpb Iermody. Will
I lam Kernt. William Weher and Anthony
Miller, t'nable to pay the flnet of HOP
Awnings & Slip Covers (to order)
These Fine LINGERIE
BLOUSES at One Dollar
are worth Two
Special for tomorrow, May 2nd.
A clover woman, though she have only one gown or one
auit to her name, will contrive to hide the poverty of her
wanlrohe Itebind several pretty change in hlousewear.
There is nothing in the resources of dress quite to orna
mental, so useful or so convenient as a few pretty and
effective waists to ward off the reproach of eternally
looking the same. Which prompts us to offer you a
desirable addition to the blouses you have.
A five piece suite of slip covers, made of beat
g tittle Belgium Dnmaik, allowing BO yds., for....
Extra material, 25c per yard.
Window awnings from best material, galvan
ized frames nntl rixturen, mude and hung In best
BYoa tl way,0S tuvi fill?
It i made of voile or batiste, in high necked modal with
long sleeves, or low neck model with three-quarter sleeves.
Simple models, open back or front, with fine pin tuck
yokes, or trimmed with imitation Irish lace or white and
colored embroidery. A very notable value. Main I
ftaks it Company
Broadway at 34th Street
Firmly' tupport the bust and
Maiiut molding? tha flash
into slender fines: giving com
fort with Style, aureouny sen
Nm Bitter Cori
mt Any Price
Waa. Proof Bastine Coras
provide comfort, and warrant
I turinrr liffk or
tne corset, opeciniiy wwvounw"
I ISsrials: guaranteed not to rust,
tear or Dress, oizon, tv
r Tee, tew an. gesjg tad
trrsa tlenCcr, 1aTilonabU flfurs
linea eracelully modeled bust and
roMliet) hips 8uprlot qosJIty
ceallland batitte, daintily trimmed.
Oaaraatsod sot t rait, tl sv
O'NEILL-ADAMS CO. O'N EILL-AD AMS CO. O'NEILL-ADAMS CO.
Slsth Avenue. 20th to 23d Street. New York City Sisth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street. New York City Sisth Avenue, 20th te 22J Street. Now Yerk City
The pianos for this co-operative tale were personally selected at the factory by Mr. C. Alfred Wagner President The Lyrachord Co.,
and upon arrival are being tested and inspected by Mr. Nahan Franko, for years Conductor and Concert meister Metropolitan Opera Company
This Cooperative Piano Sale Means
a Saving of 35,750 Dollars to 300 Homes in Greater New York
Copyright, ISIS, by O'Neill Adamt Co.
THE co-operative sale, which started at our store this morn
ing, means more to you than you would surmise at first
crlance. It means that the largest and strongest piano manu
facturers are co-operating with us, jointly, to make this sale
possible. It means
that this co-operative
plan is so liberal that
we can get the heart
iest support and co-
. e r
operation trom our
also spells big econo
mies. Two hundred
pianos and one hun
dred p 1 a y e r-pianos
our allotment means
1 tin 1 t mi
nundrea or a kind ot al
most anything else may not
mean so much. Three hun
dred suits or hats, or "this"
or "that" may not mean
such a big deal but 300
pianos and player-pianos
mean something. In dollars
and cents it is a deal involv
ing 1 25 thousand dollars, con -sidered
at their selling value.
ea u t rt
It is a deal for as many
pianos as hundreds or good
piano firms require for an
entire year's business. And it is
a plan that works more advantages
to piano buyers, both in saving
money and in liberal conditions
of purchase, than any other plan
of which we have ever known.
The price of th epiano is-
and no interest or additional charge is added
The actual figures of the sale
The retail value of these 200 pianos and 100 player-pianos is
$125,000. They will sell for $89,250. The total saving to the
300 persons who purchase these instruments is $35,750.
a ami una.- mnnn a 'mar. 1 y sai n
Mill n m?rf2 h l...wW i a asi mi .
liU ' "Q LMJ Marc,
It would take 20 solid carloads to deliver this order.
The purchasers are given a grand total of 19,500 weeks or 375
years longer in which to pay for their instruments than if each
member was to buy independently upon usual terms.
I '.Si I 1
l ne saving to eacn
co-operative b u y e r
$119.16 average will
pay tor the musical
education of one child
for over three years at
75 cents a lesson.
The saving of
$119. 16 average to each
would pay nearly 5
months house rent at
the rate of $25 a
month. It would pay
the first instalment on the
purchase of ahome.
The actual saving of
$119.16 average to each
co-operative buyer if.
placed at 6 per cent, interest
for 10 years, would ear
about $70. J
;JJ cash J
20th to 22d St.
New York City
22d St. Elevators
No charge for Intr ISc
i to 8 ina.
Player-pianos also on same p7
r ... S2 Qft
The ttylr bow.
J The co-opersm,,de up free
IV'rktar 9 las
one hundred and ninety- and
tSsta .iiul Piintt
Onc liuiidred player-pianos ure ul.so hcin .sold on this co-operutive plan.
price of these iiiayer-piunos is five iiundred and fifty dollars each.
price is three hundred and ninety-five dollars. NO INTEREST to he added.
nhiver-niiiiio is ul.so hciiiir delivered iininediatelv i ncn the uavnient of five dollar
I d . I I V
The payments are two dollars a week --giving you
five weeks' time in which to make your payment the snme as vn the piano.
The snme unconditional guarantee that is
th nlavur.ninnn fl Vnii nn
.:. r v. : : z.:: r. - . .. : r . .... vm. sa aasjiy
witnin tnirtv (lavs. j xou cet tne same privilege oi exenanKinK wiuim .t-" . siisi .is. 40 and 42.
.-'-. SI4M.I J L I J1I JT MIJBV.
11 yt ni i 1 iiiii niu 1111 a jnnin'.
voluntarily (-uncclled in event of death. 4
sa a j Bi
rolls oi music ivour own selection) are inciuueu wunoui extra ciiarue. mam sv
ilLh. m.il. villi urk mrnktur olicrtkv n. nltvor rnll ? tVY' Shirtt. cnut ttyle. with at
can he ..rorursd at a cost of only sWeMfS a roll. Th pf.yer- tSTc, SSSmZ TtuH
piuims huv-e an autonistir sbiftcr, which compels the music to play x iscc say that may prove unaat-
iimrriij. rami uttci'iiwuvi tuiu ti iruiu iwu uuuuicu iu iwu v s
ntee that is given on the piano is given on "
also get vour money back at any time Veals, $1.29
, B ' . ., . . A .pic Vcttt. ol hue
same privilege oi exenanging wunm .rat- . suet .is. 40 and t
or t It .1 - ... . . mi l. V Mm t
j.ii ine unpaid naianees win " o Ch!tlc at
Also, a player-piano bench and nine jc5 oUiriS 31 D9C
huied without extra churire. flAn jSlf ex'.'he Maesst Mot Named.
ndred and fiftj
l . ... . m
ty dollars more than these tvfff nor play par-
fectly. I nese player-pianos have lead tuning. Most player
pianos have rubber tubing. The Ufa 0 rubbar is one
year at most. Lead latti forever. , It cannot wear
out and the tubing in these player-pianos is so placed
it cannot be broken. Jajsossfewai
me. Thc ure mcclv laundered.
v pearl buttons V. rirty of plraaina
crvred and black tti ipr rficctt, in afl
yTttll Necklles. 19c
Mr 3 lor S0f from thit regular 39c lias
" ible four-in-hands nnd how ties. Plate
(aaptnd figured designs of Barathea, Repp and