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WEDNESDAY, JUKI It, ltlt.
SOUGHT TO FORCE
Secret Letters Read to Lobby
Hunters To-Dty Spoke of
"Heading Him Off."
WILEY A SUGAR AGENT.
DIDN'T VERIFY, DENtED
TRUTH OF ATTACK ON
SULZER, SAYS HEARST
McCabe's Story Untrue as Far
as It Relates to Him,
Food Expert Was Employed
to Deliver Lectures
WASHINGTON. June lS.-Readtng or
Mn lettera of a eiigar lobbyist beore
the Senate Inveatlgatlng Commlttaa to
da? revealed the amaalng axtant of at
tempu to manufacture artificial public
pinion in favor of protective tariff du
tMa on eugar.
Nothing aeemed to be beyond the et
tempte of the lobby, although they
failed In many of their audacloua plana
to o rrupt.
Thar raaohed out for the Republican
National Committee, preaa asnoctatlona,
nowapapera. political convcntlona, Dr.
Wiley and otber Oovernment offlclala.
M though anything and everything were
within the purchasing power of their
unlimited money. They attempted even
to Influence Prealdent Taft.
OlHeenle. Oarrten City. Kan., aald:
"Write ma fully what you Know about ;
your new Congreaaman."
Anotliei untuned letter, dated May :.
Mai ailrfreteed to Sl.lney Uallou, aald: '
"You aakeri me particularly with
reference to Hr. Wiley. Aa you were
ndvlaed, the elector made ta a prop- I
ositlon for lecturea, which aa ac- i
cepted. Whan he got Inlo harneaa. .
however, he fouml that he had un
dertaken more than he could per- '
form and aaaea to be rele.iecd. We
did not deem It wlee to Ins. at, na wo j
felt It hlithly dealrnlile lo have Dr.
Wlley'a frlendahlp and co-oi-i ntlon.
He lia I agreed, however, to deliver I
a few lecturea. Hy looking care
fully after the publicity end of tl.eae:
Iff lures, we believe wo can aecure '
me wood results.
"Uenei ally Breaking, we Sxpeit to I
avail oureelrei 0f un. avt nua of
publicity where tl- r.aiuts piomlsed
aeom to Justify tna expenditure."
Another letter ggfactafl to by Yerk es
was unsigned, adilresse.1 g Henry T.
OMiard and dated at Chicago In April.
19(1.. it raid in part:
"Major liove la allowing anxiety al out
either buying or starting a paper, ua
well ua aecurltig the columna of an in
fluential eastern duly and
of patent Ineliles.'
"Mr. Colllnga la very anxloua about
the Tuft situation and hopes that there
will be amne way to make It known that
will he a areat doubt nhout his
..nit ,,,,. .,.h Mnioa aa Call. , confidential In our
exactly me reverse or senna . as, . u... r unnniniw or wurr erwessss " nr h1"
aid, and thli hy tlx to tajlti conser. j gilltv to the -'large of taking purses
vatlve press of New York.
"I wlah !'x. Sulser IMM repeat. 61
allow me to rt ent. the lelall'' if our
converaatlon. In II I MM hLn w'tat
ha would expect in the w nl iBSSt
and mlarepresentatlon from t'o to
nipt corporations and t.ielr let .tnera
In polltka and In the presa, and as
It was an accurate description of the
tpreaent altitude of these mer"nAilee
t would like the pilvlleve or ma'. nj
"WILLIAM RANDOLPH HKAIlftT."
fioin 11 1 (ir.at of faahlonaMe ?. York '
lurches ("reed M. Kulton of Washing-
t in. . ir-'ir -! the myeterlou unmans
tltorntv, .mc to New l.nk In-div
Attorney Kulton later VMM lodge
Swan and asked if ha would ,1.0 pei -milted
10 enter a motion to change 1
the plea. Ha waa told that he might
enter the motion, hut that It aooU
he denied. The Washington attorney
said he waa convinced "Mra. Klts-
I hugli" had hern rrlghtene.l Into plead
j Ing guilty and that he would conault
aa MM New York attorney as to what
action he might take to-morrow under
TO DEFEND 'MRS. FITZHUGH.'i the nw York ode.
Broadway at J4th Street i
IF YOU HA VI NOT TRIED
I TRY IT T04AY. FINE FOR
I COLD MEATS ft SANDWICHES.
I A iMllriom asisd Drssslna br teaing via.ea
1 Sold br Urllrateaaea and Oreeery klsres.
The following statement was mad;
to-dny hy William Randolph Hearst
"Yesterday an Kvenlng Tost reporter
called me on the telephone and asked
me if McOil.e'a attack on Governor
Suiter was tiue. I eald that a ttr M
It related to me It waa not. I snld that
when Oov. Suiter called upon me
we hn ' ' ' 'Iheratlve dltcusalon
large line j f progressive pollclea. I aald that
ji.oveinor cuiznr waa a progreaaive. and
I thai 1 iVis a progressive, and that there
I waa r - -slon for err' aa dl'-gree-
I aald that there waa nothing
Washing"" lawyer Believing Her
Innocent. Will Teg to t'hnaare Plea.
In the hope or aavlng "Mra. Randolph
Fltr.hugh." tho young Southern wonia
walling, In the Tnmbe to he eentemed
tm nla. Idaho. L'tah. Colorado, and that 1 wa " ' "-"Treaalve pollclea prl-
If we can't head him off. wo might be 1 vately exactly aa we discussed them
able to get a promlee relative to the publicly. In the preas and on the stump.
. aatlltr to oanrj
t Oallf orala, Slaki
t Ao." and added
mm of, wa sain
CattM" of format Praaldawt Tafta
to oanry gnea tatee aa
Idaho, Vtok aad Oolo-
Hlf wa don't head
aught ha able to fat a
Itmlll relative to the sugar aad
The record of actual fulfilment la
nearly blank. They evidently did not
keep account of failures
When the repllea and the repudiating
of many or the reputable men and In
atltutlona mentioned In the lettera arc
made, than there will be ehown how
great waa the wasto of this eugar
money In somo directions and how far
It did actually reach in other channela.
An attempt waa made at to-day'., aea
lon by lawyers 10 check the delving Into
Ik taOjtd correspondence 01 t e tech
aural fround that It ante-dated pending
eglalailon, hut the committee overruled
Lba oh.ectiin and continued the expos-
ira. Large nutnher , or the lettera read
on tmad the .Cuban reciprocity cam
paign or 1M)7 and ift. Hut there waa
me Important letter or May, 1311, In
,iil 11 waa oulllncd the publicity iam
ja.gn or preaent operationa. It waa
arbon copy, written presumably by C.
. Ilumlln, In charge or the "preaa cor
ixtrationa" or the auxar lobby, and ad
draaicd to Sidney ballou, aocratary of
It told of aendlng out thousands of
ipaechv by Congresamen favorable
to the cauae and placing them In dig-
sugar and tobac-o industrlea."
To Palmer, Oct. 15, 1907, Oxnard wrote
from t:ppervllle, Va.: "I had been try
ing to find out what rhincea we had
on Waya and Meana and I am g'.ad
to get the Information you give on that
line. Will bring all pressure I can on
Cannon. His political mana;;cr, Con
grtamnan Llttauer of New York, la n
alrong person il friend of mine and thla
summer at Saratoga outlined to me hla
plan of campaign for Tncta Joe. I
hall expect to bring atrong preasurc
through Llttauer "
A copy of a letter to Oxnard, dated
Oct. 1. 1W7, and apparently from Palmer,
aid. In part:
"In Denver I aaw both Senators Teller
and Patteracn. Patteraon told me that
Iodga admitted to him that the Philip
pine matter waa not one or philanthropy
and stated lo him that we had those
lalanda for the purpose or exploiting
them with American capital and that
we were going to do It."
YOU TAKE NO
"The Kvenlng Post printed thla state
ment at nearly correct at a reporter
might be rx;ieotcd to repeat a telephone
converaatlon. Many other papcra, how
ever, have attempted completely to re
verie my statement In the Kvenlng
PtSlt and to make It an indorsement i
of the Mcfahe attack on the Oovemnr.
I deem It my duty to correct thla plain
parveralon of fact.
'iPlrat. I did not aay that Oov. Suiter
came to tee me on April 13; I did not
ay what day he came. I do not re
member when he came.
"I did not aay that wa quarrelled; 1
distinctly sai l we did not quarrel.
Third, I did not verify McCabe'a itate
ment. I aald, on the contrary, that, ao
far aa it related to me. It waa Invv-.i-rate,
and Hint waa the only part 1 know
"In other, words, I waa made to say
If you need its marvelous healing ef
fects, ilo not hesitate to use I'oalam,
for it cannot possibly harm.
It contains no mercury or other poi
sonous ingredients and proves immedi
ately grateful, cooling and soothing. All
itching stops. r
Kor the prompt relief and cure of ec-
tenia, acnr, tetter, burhera' itch and all
other skin troubles. Potlam is the most
efficient healing remedy yet evolved.
In the lesser affections, such at pim
ples, red noars. completion blcmiabet,
rash, scalp troubles, itching feci, re
aulta are seen overnight, but a small
quantity being required
against infection and diaease, improves
its color and texture, toot lies tender akin,
makes com plrxions clear.
All druggists sell I'nslam (price, 30
cents) and Poslam isoap (price, f a cents)
Kor free samples, write to the Kinrr
gency Laboratories, 8 Weal (fitli Street,
New York City.
LAM SOAI' keeps the akin
When You Are Away
on your vacation anjojrlaf Im
dkVM iind In-in-fits of new
ncrnes or tntvplliiig on Imai
neas or plciutirc, tin- udvunta
Kt'ft of lioillt arc often Uckinn
ntui inot tiim-g the neTvirt of
a physician are unavailahle or
else you do not carp to go lo a
at range doctaf.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
give lo the sick in a reaily fts
ainiilahlcfornithenouriahment and tonic projiertiM from Imr
ley and other graiiw.which are
I he irreut t renal h-ai vinu foods
When vou go away thin year, be sure to take along a supply of
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
TIE IEST rot ALL VUKVtOB
A change in the mode of life, nerhapa drinking water or aavetal other
simple causes, may produce indisposition. , . ,
To be safe vou should have Duffy's the traveller a aafeguard at hand.
II la the most efficacious remedy for ehilla. fever, colds, dysentery, diarrhoea,
nausea and all summer ills Re sure to rm a bottle or two in your grip
BE SURE VOU GET DUFFY'S
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey it sold in SEALED HOT
TIES ONLY by moat druggistt. grocers and dealers at
91.00 a bottle. Demand Duffy's and lie aure the aeal ia
unbroken, lo be aure you are getting the genuine. Write
our doctors for free advice and a free valuable illustrated
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rorhealer. N. Y.
aaH4ruSjrflatfWif" ' Vf" rrxar aweTawlCJat WaodJai ayanaaaiweJail aasaafBaL aaaaeasaaiatdKW PljalUjaa tsaM iftaa
m bureau, which waa to rool nawapape
' V with aubaldlaad and Insidious nei
, Itenuk Evan tht Republican party wi
I to be worked. Hera are the vital par
I of the letter:
a "Wa hare made contract with
V aha Freee Bervtoe Company fag
faaaral pnbUotty wart on the hattta
Jf trnaraataa the pabUoaUaa of fifty
. 7 sa, 1 s HA M m.nh r ri.ttM,
to the rag-mr tmama-try.
work haa not proceeded fa
1 BO that wa oaa teU 4oBatta
ly aa to reamlte."
A telegram from Hamlin to F. A.
Wednesday and Thursday
Nowhere la the toiled Mlates lit wj
ear them for less than f:IMiO 10 l(i.(M
. iceui mi our riMoiisn io-ni ..r..
eal. Wa will !'" Vtr.liir.ilsi ud
liursdar at at i.umii a wrlileu ttuaraa- I
, -e ILal II veil iuu liuv llieill ai wnoir.eir
1 lots vf one hundred or inurr for !.
iaa ailf.llsl net. snot rash. r will rrfuad
ur smbi-r i.n renur.1. 1. .eh anil evrrv
jr la vtairanled lo lie Wolld M-K. tiuld
aroaah and tliriouh, wlih (our arnulur
I lamaads set In the hark rase. Are rrgu
.ul end ..,.1 ,-ie,, lor earrin: will last
. llfrtMoe vilth ormirr rare. This .ale will
peel Jewellers who eiueetrd lo make Ida
1 mill, oa I nitlea' llliiniund Walehe. dur
ing Jaae more Inan anv sale we rtrr had
la UHrtv-wo tear.. u mall oril-rs lined.
We have I allies' Holld 1 liold HlaaTa
Mea IMano.ud Wa . rs at aii-H. m?T
a.llll. IJiuirs .mis 1-,-r. i.oia
at T.IIN. rraalar nrlre ain.lMI.
a aiixi.ixi Bjit su.r.D
GENIXEMEN S WATCHES
Watches at OT.
teed. ee ear a
OTEia-AivvMsCQ ONeill-AdamsCq ONeill-AdamsCsQ
Sixth Avenue. ItCh to 22d Street. New York City. Siath Ave.iue, 0th to 2 2d Street, New York City. Siath Avenue, 20th to 2 2d Street, Now York City.
The pianos for (hit co-operative sale irere personally selected at the jactonj by Sir. C. Alfred Waaner, President of The Lyrachord Co.,
and upon arriral are being tested and inspected by Mr. Nahan Fronko.for years Conductor and Concertmeister Metropolitan Opera Company.
Nearly all of our entire allotment of
Pianos and player-pianos have been
sold if yon want one yon must
make your selection at once
Copyright. Ult. ay O'NsUl-Adasu Oe.
THERE has never been a more successful piano sale
than this in New York City. Within seven weeks
we have sold nearly the entire allotment 200 pianos and
100 player-pianos all of one grade; all at one price; all
upon the tfame terms.
At the same time our regularpiano business of all grades
has gone on uninterruptedly. The manufacturers who are
interested with us in this sale think as we do, "that the
sale is an unprecedented success."
To-day but a few instruments of our quota (300) remain
to be sold. It seems certain that these will be sold within
the next few days.
If you wish to get one of these pianos or player-pianos
don't delay don't wait pay your initial payment of $5
and select the piano or player-piano you wish. Your
weekly payments will begin when the instrument is
delivered now next week or next fall.
puts the player-piano
or piano in your home
Let un make thin plain. It coati you no more, an an initial
outlay, to put the player-piano in your home than it dot s the
piano. The player-piano itself cost you more titan the piano
one hundred and forty-nix dollars and twenty-five cents more.
Your weekly duet are larger also, two dollars a week as against
one dollar and twenty five cents a week for the piano. But your
Initial payment and length of time given in which to make
your payments (one hundred and ninety-five weeks) are identically
the same whether you select a piano or a player-piano.
In other words, you pay five dollars as a privilege to par
ticipate in this co-operative sale. This five-dollar payment is
credited to the price of whichever instrument you decide to take
and you are then privileged to take your choice the piano
piano. I his makes it plain, doesn t it r
Covrrlfbl. 11)13. hf O'NetU Ada.
aelld lt-H. i.olil Waiih for
Mel Id 1N-K. (.ulil tVairh lur
Solid 14-K. l.elil Man h lur
.(Ml aelld 14-K. fluid Watrli r.ir
.(Hi Malta 14-K. fluid Walt h fur
IM I oihi i I - r. . i.nm iiiirn ir
tallroad Watches at Cut Prices
OI'H (.1 'AK.tNTEt.
era aarrheard (rom us ran
I ir aasatisia
farlerr aninia lea aava
4 ere ami reread all of reur raearv aa
eaeef er rtrhaeav them for new oaee.
t he construction of these pianos
The pianos that go into this sale would
grace any hdtne. For downright durability
they are as good as any piano made. Take
the physical piano itself; that is, the woods x
that go into the case, the ivory tint goes into
the keys, the felt that goes into the hammers
and the steel wire that goes into the strings,
and so on and so on, and you get as much in
fact, you get the same identical materials as
you get in any fou hundred or four hundred
and fifty dollar piano. They are made in one
of the largest piano manufacturing plants in
the world--if not the largest where pianos
are built well and economically, and where there is an
abundance of capital to procure the best there is to be
had, and to "back up" our guarantee the strongest
ever placed on a musical instrument.
- r 1 . - .
y In New i orK s anopping cnicr
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street. New York City
the mano itpav-
able 1 dollar anJ 25 cents, weekly.
The balance on the player-piano
is payable 2 dollars weekly.
T liia gives you
195 weekt time In
which to pay for
the piano or tba
or the player-piano.
During thia aale informa!
player-piano recitala will
given every afternoon
(rom 8:00 to 4:80 o'clock, to
which you are cordially invited-
Cut this roupott out and mall tonight
Wlthou obligation un my part, mall photo
graph and dusrrlpllon or planoa and player
plaiioe belug auld on yuur co-operHtlve plan to
Rt. and No
SPECIAL ADVANCE NOTICE OF SALE OF
Women's Silk Bathing Suits
regular $7 to $10 Grades
Saturday Only -Details Friday Evening's Paper
Tomorrow, Thursday, June 19th,
remarkable sale for Women
158 White Sport Coats
Regularly 16.50, 18.50 and 22.50
at $9.75 i
Thi is a quite exceptional offering, due solely to aa
unexpected purchnse which materialized only two or
three days ago. The maker had only one hundred
and fifty-eight of these garments on hand, and aa ha
was in no position to take orders for any individual
style, he sold the entire number to us at a big sacri
fice. The variety of materials embraces all the smart
cloths for Summer wear, in the newest three-quarter
model. A great bargain for the women who get them.
Large and small aitas Fourth floor.
Women's Separate Skirts
Values $7 and $7.50 $4.95
Two hundred only at thia special concession. Made of
shepherd checks, of small, medium and large dinwnaiona.
Draped models, and splendidly tailored. All sea.
New $1 and $2 Garments fn the June
Sale of Undermuslins
a special feature for tomorrow
Dollar and two dollar garments hare been ao very popular ia
thin June aale of undermualina thnt these newer accessions
come none too early to offset the depletion. They alao promiss
to be even more popular than those garments which they re
place, for they are not only new arrivals, but entirely new
numbers. They are the last minute ideas in Summer under
muslins, and even if they should eventually reach other shops,
it will not be at prices so favorable to you as in this aale.
COMBINATIONS AT II
Made of fine nainsook, em
broidery or lace tiimmcd, in
cluding the Princess model.
QOWNS AT II
Several models, some with
pretty embroidery edges, and
othrr with Val., Cluny or
SKIRTS AT S3
Skeleton flounce in dainty pat
terns of blind embroidery, and
beading at top, ribbon run.
COMBINATIONS AT S3
Very sheer materials, with dain
ty trimmings of lace combined
with touches of embroidery.
OOWNS AT 13
Made of Seco silk, in pink aad
white. Low neck models, with
duster tucks aad lace edgings.
BODICES AT SI
Made of fancy net and lace
combined. Lace edge a top
and waist line, ribbon run.
Ribbon shoulder straps.
Dainty House Dresses
that are special numbers tomorrow
A neatly tailored model,
made of white lawn, its
round collar and cuffs trim
mcd with flowered dimity,
in pink, blue and lavender.
Piping of dimity at waist
line. Sizes 84 to 44.
An effective model, made
of striped lawn, with square
neck. Band of embroidery
down front, edged with bias
fold of self material. Cuffs
finished with embroidered
Sises S4 to 44.
The newest things in
and the lowest prices
Children's Dresses at S3. French waist styles, made of fine
sheer batiste, the waist trimmed with cluster tucking and two
inserting of German Val. Wide embroidery beading, ribbon
run, joins waist and short skirt, and the latter is finished with
inserting and t-erman vai. to maicn waist. wo years
Children's Middv Dresses at SI. One model is made of
white linon. its square neck and abort sleeves piped with navy
or red scalloped washable braid. Another model of white duck
with navy or red sailor collar and short sleeves. 9 to o years.
Hats at $2
Ratine, Madras and pique,
with velvet ribbon or meaaal
ribbon band and bows.
Kimonos at $1
Crepe kimonos, solid colors and
flowered designs with scalloped
edge. 6 to 16 years.
These Figured Voile
KIMONOS are great value
tomorrow at $2.50
There are two very attractive styles. One ia an Empire
model made At a plain white voile, with flowered panel
border downWie front, the collar and cuffs trimmed with
white voile itaelf, edged with German Val. lace. The
other model is not a whit leas pretty, with draped skirt,
finished with rosette of ribbon. Both of these dainty
kimono may be bad in pink, blue, lavepder and navy.
"Anna Held" PETTICOATS
at $2.45- to $5.00
The woman who wants a petticoat that is a perfect fit unques
tionably wants this one. The "Anna Held" petticoat has a
- - tltimA tnn wkir.h nnsftlH ns an auliiiataM waiat Hauls!
t,vs.a. I I IVU Wf " ...... f . w m -ww " V
and fits the hips ss immaculately as aa evening glove fits
the hand. Made of chiffon taffeta aad ntsssalina. with pUessd
a a at a a a aa an S t .
CHARLES A. KEENE
at AA ntaaseada. Wacahee. Jeweler.
180 IrtaJway. New York
tru ujrru. O'clock.