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HWCM610 MEEf
IN
, SEPT. 25
State Committee Issues Call?
jacob Gouid Schurman May
Be Chairman.
38 ELECTORS CHOSEN
Seven Will Be Named in the
Convention City?Chairman
Barnes Issues Address
Explaining Primary.
Saratoga, Wedneeday, Bepteraber -.">.
Thi? la the place and tlme <>f the Repub
j,can state Convention. They were flxed
gi the Bteetlng ef the Republlcan Stat<>
(\.inm:ttto beld yeaterday at the Repub
lkan Club. The f ?rmal call for the con?
vention was laaued.
So teeaporary chairman for tbe oonven
tion *"?* cboaen, ae it waa thought Juat
M well to w?it ati-1 aec how the altuation
developed. An attempt waa made to cct
Frank s. Black, ex-Governor, to scrve,
but he aent word from his farm ln New
?aaapahlre that he would rather stay out
of all polltlcal activlty. of whatevcr klnd.
Tlie foiiowing committee waa named,
n-ltli power to nominate a Chalrman and
report to the convention: Jacob A. Uv
lngston, of KlBga; Sumuel S. Kocnig. of
MefJ Iork; Wllliam Ia Wnrd, of West
chester; B. B. OdeU, Jr.. of Orange; K. A
Merrltt, Jr., of St. Dawrence; Francis
Hendricks, of Onondaga, and John
Grlmm, Jr. of Brfe. There Waa much
talk lafonaally that Jacob Gould Schur?
man, of Cornell Untveralty, would bo a
good man for the place.
All of the forty-flve Proeldentlal elect
OTt. two al large and one for each (.'on
j:re?B dlatrlct. were named by the com?
mittee. with the exoeptJea of soven. Th- y
will be named at tho meetlng of the atate
committee to be beld at the T'nlted States
Hotel, in iaratoga, on the nlght before
the state convention. The electora Choacfl
are:
ELECTOR.S-AT-LARGE.
Char!*i A. Schleren. Klng* Couigy.
Thoniaa E. Uunn, Monroe County
DurnucT EUBcroita.
QUBBN& C< na.
Ccng I W?
Mit ORAN
l-Edward E. Buhler. -t>?SI'.bk Woodell
:-AuguM Kupka. GREENE.
a-Wm. H. Wddo. |K-W. T. H \ o:i Orden
KlNOa .amv
t-fi. J. liurrow*. J*?E. N. MKinney.
4-L. W. schwenk. , RENSSELAER.
i_ |?-E. Harold CllMtt
a-winam P. Rae. i BCHENBCTADT.
T-R. Koss Applatoa. I lt?Wlllla T Htuison.
s-John H. Boyoe. , B8BEX.
1?_ Sl-F. & Witherbee.
RICHafOND. |3-:
11-E ?! Btetlniua. ONEIDV
NEW lOfUC 83?Wm. 11. r.oberU
12-Loui? J. Krank. BROOME.
lt?LeopcJ Stern. . 34?Geurga A Kent.
14-H E. Bchrotder. , 3f?
a-Wn Henkel. Jr. VAY.W
lt-Btveily K. Kobln- 36?J. D. Baahford.
Bon. CHEMUNO.
j;- [ 37?Ray Totnpkina.
U-Gor:on Knox Bell. MONROE
1>-Sar..jel I. Eeiber. . 3S?Cllnton Rogen
jt>_ - 3J?Oeorge <;<>rdon.
21-WiI'.lam H. Ros*. ERIE
B-A!fr*d B. Simonda. j 40-Alnsley Wllcox.
t)- ' 41-E O. Becker.
TKR. i 42?Havard T. Coueh.
:4-'.v. B. Thomptwn. CATTARAl
ft-joi.'; b Baldwla. 143-H. C. Rich.
Of the "lec tort-at-large, Mr. Schieren ls
t fonner Mayor of Brooklyn. Mr. Dunn
ls a former State Treasurer, wboea home
ls in Rochester.
Chalrman Barnes took oceasi'm to mak?
a ipaech, ln which he revtewed the work
of the Chltago convention. He declared:
'There never was a time when a man
ought to be more proud of hlB Republi
canls-m than to-day, because the Repub?
llcan jarty has again fultilled Ite tradl
tlor.s and rlsen auprtnje above temptation
to aelf-abaseinent."
An addreaa that Chalrman Barnes ls to
send to each one of the 5W.OOO enrolltd
Republlcans ln the state was approved.
ln this li ls explained Just how candi
dater for delegates to the ntate conven?
tion n,ay t>e named by petltton, and the
address goes on to fcay;
Ampie notlce le hereby glven to the Isi,
WD enrolleo. Kepublicana ln tn!s etate of
thelr opportunity to contend at tbia pri
tnary for the tlectlon of delegates to the
state c-jnventlon, to that th?- nomlnees <^f
that convention may t,t named a.ter tho
fulUjt aiid lreeH i .\i)resulon of the
thought und will of the enrolltd R< ;
llcan <lectorate of the State of Kea
Tork.
Reference la made to the fact that the
contr'.l of the atate government has beeh
ln the hands of the Democrats alnce Jan
uary l, licil, l:\4 the addreaa contlnuen:
The opportunity of th? elec:torate to ex
jress lta dettrminatlon to mtKc a changr
k the atate goverr.metit can only be ac
couipilehed through the agency of the R<
SutlJcan tarty. It theretore ls the duty
of every Republlcan to partlclpata ln the
primary to t>e held Hcpttmber J7, Jn or
wr that the delegates cho?en to aasem
We at Saratoga Spnngs wlh iie Imprea ed
Vlth tho reaponHlblllty rtetlng upon the:n
at the reprceentaUves of the &W,o<)0 en
roilc-j Repubj'can.s of New Ycrk, to whom
Unciueetlor.ably n majority of the t I
rat< look to offer it candidatea whoae
Character ls a aure guaiantee that, if
atected, the government of the State of
K>w vork will be reatored to its former
?tar.dard of efflciency and eonatrUgUve
jiur; o
Two members of the atate committee
aere itls'-nt, and twelve were Pteecint c.nlv
d>' Proxy Among the lutter were Mr.
^'ard, ti^orge W. AMrldge, of Roeheeter;
ea-Oovevnor OdeU, rrar.k R. (Jtter und
Abraham Gruber
Chalrman Barne.- began hta apeech,
ahlch waa applauded, by at.-erting that
the party mters the coming eoatcel for
the vott* of the electorate "with cotifi
<&4?fit aghereace to tbe principiea of the
Party reamrin?-<i al the t'htcago conven
Uon by Mie vote of 6c? delegatee n
twe-thirda of that bodry." Jl? aent on to
?ny that tbe functloa of tbe putty for
ov-r n iv rean had been to reaiat polltlcal
error and that it waa dolng that this year
Then be udded:
Vie< Prealdeatt ahermaa has made u
reputatio- ling offtoer uf th?
talted Stat -? unequalled for im-1
partuiif. and dlgnlty. Hla renomlnatlon.
ii,? Brai ?? . Vict Preeident of th.- Unltw i
Statei- wiii.in eighty-four yt-ur.s, Il
tribut. to tii^ manner in which be baa
?hehargad the dutlea <>f hla oflic'
the habit of iiomliiatlng a candldate
for Vlee-Praeldent to natlsfy ot plaoatc
?aate i?olttical ambltlon, reaardleea ol tb<
experlc-nce (,r th<- tilnesa of the man. hM
fortunat-U now been broktn. It ah<?ul 1 .
f.t b? ret ?
ibllcan party at Chlcago fur
. oourage which was to
I of it when it refueed to put i
iaatamp of approval upon tbe fllmay con- ;
inw.iiv.in, . < -oi. ! \ one ot
ttie oandtdatet foi the nominatlon .'or i
freaid.-m, who deelared that unlenn th<
Repubii-an convention eeated a auftsdenj
?>umb?r o(it ()f ti,v gaj tn glvc him eoatrol
?f tha convention be would declare lt?
MllVieratb na fraudulent and organlre an- |
?tl.-t party.
" hai never been the habit of tha Re
Mtl'l!' to bow to the caprlec of .
fny Indlvidual who announceM that unleea
21* will u ,)?.?. f,? win attempt to tear |
??wn the piiiaiB of the tetnple. That H
Und 0f chaiient?.- which etlr'tne
Wocxl of every real man in the Kepubllea'l !
P*rtv There- 1,. nol OTM ln Ihe la'"' w;'? ;
Would but hav<- l?e.n aKharned of thC
?*rty of t,(!. ratth hil(1 ,t ,? 1(1 Up lta handa
?na permitted itBeif to beeome the nfaj
W euch lawlHHHneaH.
8NOWFALL IN MICHIGAN.
Cirand Rupldfc. Mich.. July 20.-A dla
?ateh frorti Cavp i^ck'-, t w.-nty-elght
Wea northeaat of lVtoakey, ?.ay?t that u
jfajl apiinklo of huow fell there laat
^aat Cropa were dautaged by ttjo cold.
HEDGES STARTS CAMPAIGN
Begins Auto Speech Making
Trip for Governorship.
Albany. July 20-Job B. Hedgea, of
New York. began to-day a BPeech maklng
trlp by automobile through Central New
York to stimulate inteietst ln his candi
dai r for the Republlcan nominatlon for
Qovi nior.
Accempanled by john & Btewart, of
Nea Noik, hls campaign manaaar, Mr.
Hedgea i. ft here for CobleakllL He ex
pecta to apeak in flfty-nlne places before
ivttirning to hls home.
GUILD WON'T BE SENATOR
W. Murray Crane's Seat in Sen
ate Goes Abegging.
Waahlngton, July a\?Repreeentatlve A.
P. Qardner, ..f Ifaaaacbuaetta, to-day an
nounced ln behalf of Curtta ciuiid, Am
baaaador to Ruaala, that Mr. fJuud would
under no circumstances be a candidate
for BenatOT to rucceed W. Murray Crane,
who haa announced bla Intention to rctire
nt \t March.
At the same time Represcntatlve (Qard?
ner announced hls own refusal to he a
candidate. Toucbing Mr. Guild's attitude
Mr. C.ardncr aald:
I am informed by Amba-ssadjr (iulld
and l have been requested by him to
give publlclty to the fact that be cannot
return to conteet wlth other Republlcana
for tbe party'a aupport for the Massa
chuaetta Benatorahlp. Condltions ln Rua?
ala abeolutely prevent hia realgnatlon at
this time. and he further feels that his
entrance Into auch a campaign, far from
unlting the party in Massachusetts. would
inerely lncrease exlating compltcatlons.
?
WITH AN EYE TO FUNDS
Colonel's Convention Tickets to Oon
tributors First.
Chlcago. July "0.?Three or posslbly
four daya will be the duratlon of the
third parly national conventlon, to open
in Chlcago on August 6. accordlng to
detalla declded at Roosevelt headquar?
ters to-day
Tickets are to be dlstrlhuted, wlth a
preference toward appllcantf) who have
conttibuted money toward the expenses.
It la eatimated that almost tho entlre ex?
penses of the. conventlon, $25,000, may
be met by the sale of tickets.
Senator Joseph M. Hlxon. Colonel
Roosevelt's cumi>algn manager, ls cx
pected here on lionday to take up wlth
Ifedlll McCormlck, ln charge of the Chl?
cago headquarters, arrangements for the
conventioa It was belleved at head
quartera that Benator Dlxon would in
siet on a full third party tlcket in Illi
nols, as be di.l in Mhhlgan.
DEMOCRATS TO MEET HERE
National Campaign Committee Will
Hold Session To-niorrow.
There will be a meetlng of the new
Democratlc national campaign commlt
.? the Hotel Knlckerbockcr ln this
clty to-morrow to go more fully Into the
and aoope of the campaign than it
was poaaible to do at Sea Girt last week.
It waa aald yesterday. however. that
Bonatnr Oore and Josephus L>anlels
would not be able to attend.
Wllluua r. MoComba, ehalrman of the
national cominittee, went out of tOW?
yesterday to get a much needed rest
..vcr Bunday. Nothing has been done
toward selecting a national headquar?
ters, but it will be taken up this week,
LABOR FOR EQUAL SUITRAGE
Wisconsin Federation Deplores Hon
orary Memberships in the Unions.
Bbeboygan, Wle., July :o.-The Wtween
sin Federation of Laber, before closlng lt
annual session here to-day, adopted
resolutions urglng mernbers to vote for
that polltlcal party whlch stands for the
economic programme of the federation
and lndorsed woman suffratf
The federation also deplorad "honorary'
memberships belng grantcd In labor
unions to partisans," and requested Gov?
ernor McOovern to pardon John F. Dletz
of Caineron Dam fame.
a
SWQRE UN10N HIRED THUGS
Strike in Brooklyn Shoe Shop
Aired Before Magistrate.
Thugs were employed at $.'. an 1 J10 a
day to Intimldate and beat up employes
who rtfuaad to qult work at the shoe
factory of Thomas & Co., No. 41C Wil
loughby avenue, Brooklyn, accordlng to
an affidavit la the Gates avenue police
court yeaterday. Walter J. MeDonaM, a
shoe cutter, nald to be a walklng de!e
gate of the Bhoe Cutters" Unlon, was on
trial before Magistrate Naumer. charged
with aaaaultlng Harry B. Harmon, a for
iner fellow workman. Hix weeka ago rifty
shoe cutters atruck and thelr places were
filled, thirty Btudenta of Wllllams College
bebtg among the .strike brcakers.
Harmon was beaten over u.e head with
blackjacka by a gang while rldlng on a
DeKalb avenue car near Fort Greene
l'ark, June 'JH. The company employefl
the iiurns Detectlve Agancy. John i>k
hoMt, who work< d for the agency on
"Th' Loa Angelea Thnea" eaee, w \? as
aignad to the ci.se. He cauaed the arrest
Of MrDonald and "Red" Mnrpliy.
Murphy Bwore he was employed at $10
a day by Mi Donald, and had under hlm
ten thugs. who recelved $& a day cach.
H-: and five others were Inetlgatod by
MeDonaM to muke the attack on Har
Dson, he r-.wore.
The magistrate held th" prlsonera ln
tl.OOO ball eacfa on tbe charge of assault.
At the ln a.lquarters of the unlon, No 2
Ralptl avenue, it was denled thnt Mr
DoaaM was a delegate, or had hlred
"gorlllas" in the union's tnterest.
GREEN DRIVER BUMPS TWO
Owner, Trying Out New Car.
Runs Into Nurse and Baby.
Ia tha hatids of a man who had owned
lt only three days, a tourlng car Jumped
on to the .-id.walk in front of No. 609
W.M leRb street lu.-.t rngiit, and Injured
a ilv-uionths-old baby and hls nurse by
pinabag them to the atone wali in from
of that address. The Infant was Leon
Baakind, aon <>f I^ouls Susklnd, of No. 601
\\. r H'.'th street, and was serlously ln
lured, whiie the nuree, Mlaa Rertha mii
ler, naiatned aevere contuslons and po
slbly Internal Injurlea. l/ouls Preston
Wllllams, a broker, thlrty-flve years old,
of No. W Waat 111th street, owner and
drlver < f*the machlne. and a woman com
patdon, whose nunic was not learned by
the poHce, both escaped tnjury. The ma
ehlne was arraekeaV
Wllllams bOUght the tourlng car three
da^a ago, aeeordhlg to the police, and
was trying lt out yesterday.
Joeepfa Susklml. an uncle of the baby,
tolepboned to the Waahlngton Heights
Hospltal, and Dr. Ranton btiswered the
call. After the phyjlclan had attended
to the lnjurles cf the chlld and the nurae
they were left at home.
I
Former Speaker Will Seek
Nomination for Governor.
LARGE VOTE PREDICTED
Members of State Committee
Say Roosevelt Sentiment II
Growing Weaker.
Jamea \V Wadeworth, Jr., former
Speaker of th* Assembly, whose bome ls
ln LIvlngBton County, will formally an-'
nounoa his eandldacy for the KepMbiican
nomination for Governor carly this werk
The fact thut h?- baa dedded 10 make tho
nght for the nomination ls pretty good
evidence that h< holds no gloomy Idaia
of the Repubttcan proapecta this fall.
It has been eonetdered right along that
Mr. Wadaworth wan the favotite of tht
"Old Guard ' for the nomination this
year, and tlmt Btate Chalrman Barnes, In
partlcular, would be glad to at g him notu
Inated. However, Mr. liarnes told all tho
membera of the atate eommittee who
talked to him yootorday that his plan
waa to ha\<' all who aapired to the nomi?
nation get out an?i make their ilg'.u be?
fore the peoplo to demoaatrate thelr
i strength. Then the convention OOUM de
ctde who had made tha beet lllipi?Bluu
upon the people and would rna-ke the best
man.
Mr. WadaWOrth has Juat returned from
his ranch la Texa?>, Where he haa been
alnce th>- ChlcagO convention.
The only Dthefl who havo announcftl
thelr eandldacy so far are foratCf Cbo
gressman Wttttam S. Bennet and Job F*
11. dges, both of thla city. Mr. Bennet
has been at work some tlme on hla I.m.
Mr. Hedpes has Just gone upetate on ;tn
automobiio campaign tour,
Membera of the atate eommittee aald
yesterday that the aentlmenl for Rooae?
veit up.stato was nowherc i;tar wbal the
leaders; of the Natlonal Proajreealvc party
would llke to have lt tmderstood. It was
growing weaker all the tlme.
??\Ve will poll the regular Republlcan
vote ln November," said Baeaker B. a.
M. rrltt, Jr. "We will get an large a voto
as we ever did for any Repubtlcan oaadt*
date for I'resldent, except MeKlnley, and
that was phenomenal. Roosevelt will get
sorne votes, but I do not think that Will
operate to reduce our majority. Governor
Wllaon la not golng to poll the entlre
Democratlc vote up there, by any meana."
"The aentlment lt> good ln our district,"
aald Charlea H. Betta, who comea from
Wnyno County. "Then never >\aa much
Rooaavelt aentlmenl ln our \>art of tbe
?tate, and wbal t!i? t ?? la la dylng out"
Mr. H.-tto said he wuk goltiK t o
a Repubttcan club and get all the Repub
Ucana In tbe county ln it.
DIFFER OVER MOTHER
Children of Rich Builier Take
Troubles to Jourt.
IdrTercnen tn the family of the latc
Wllttaao Henry Uaii, u rich battder, who
| was atruck and kllled at Broadway and
! <!d street by an automoblle on Fehruaty
j 26, 1?12. wero diOClOOOd yesterday in an
actlon ln the Supreme Court. Mra. Eve*
1 lyn L. McManaa, one of the daughtera
j of the bullder, made appllcatlon to take
I charge of her mother's affalrs Tbe ap?
pllcatlon waa oppoaed by three brotlw
and a slster.
Mre. Bvetyn ?atatte llall. wlfe Of the
i bullder. who was adjudged bacompetent
' by a BhertnTa Jury, was eent In ISoT to Ht.
Vincent'a Ketreat The motlura estate
In aald to be worth ?7i.,'il0. Mra. Qttt
V. McNell. auother daughter, and Wlll
! lam ller.ry Hall. Arllngton C. llall and
! Harvey kt Hall, brothers, were all
agalnst the appolntment of Mra. M -
Manua
Justlee Glegerlch. however. ln grantlng
the appllcatlon, did not fe? any raaaaa
why she waa not cc.mpetent to take
charge of her mother's r.ffalrn und looked
on the oppositlon as a family matter.
Mra. McMunua adlegod that her afater,
Mrs. McNell, had ln her poaaeeeton MM9
worth of jewelry and ato( ks b< longmg to
the mother. Mrs. McNell clatmed thai
bne had been a comaanlon to h'-r motber
and had bOM Intru-ted by her Wlth tBC
J# welry and atocka
THIS WIFE OFTEN HUNGRY
Says Husband Disconnected Gas
Pipe So She Oould Not Oook.
Mrs. f'ffle L. Wlnkle, wlfe of Charlea
F. Wlnkle, a dnigglst, brought sult In tbe
Supreme Court yesterday for a aeparatlon
from her huaband
Mrs. Wlnkle fcayn, although ab#> baa
been a stenograpber and her husband has
a dmg store from which he geta a wt kly
baOOme Of KA ahe haa not had enougb to
r.at Her huaband, Bhe says, aenl to ber
Iwialneaa address a plcture peatal ahowlng
a ^ravo and tombatone, wlth a maa alt
tlng on tho grave. The tltle of tbe plct?
ure was: "My wlfe la dead. Now I bava
peace."
She alleges ftlso that be tore out the
^as ptpee so ehc COt Id not cook, and on
eoeeral oeeaaleBi made her get into the
houae by way of the ;ir< efeoape.
SUI01DE F0LLOW8 MURDER
Man Sought for Death of Woman
Shoota Himself When Pursued.
AJleatawn, Pena-i laly i?. i;rie Bchaef
fer, of thla clty, for whom the pollOe had
been searchlng la coonectlon wlth th>:
murder of Miea Lovlna Ptiee, Of Scranton,
who waa found ahot dead ln her apart
ments to-day, OOmmltted sulclde n-ar the
I.ehlKh Mountaln this afternoon.
Wllllam Free, of South Bethh hem, waa
found In the room wlth Mlss I'rlce wlth
a hull?t wound ln his foraheOd and 'i
flnger ahot off. Hla ooadlttoil is or.tical.
Schaeffer appeared thlb ufternoon at
the homo of John Smith, at the baae ot
the mountaln, and apoke to Smith. Tho
latter turned to go away and had hardly
gone twenty feet when he heard u shot
behlnd him and turnlng na* ?chaaaYaff
fall dead. a sulclde.
Bchaeffer had travelled wlth a tlwatrl
ral company as property man, and efter
the company closed for the seaM>n ?n
employed ns a bartender In Alb ntown.
Tha young woman, who had been BMITted
to a Scranton man named Price anl
whose malden name was ("avnes, was
shot while in bed. Miaptl |on at once
rested on Schaeffer, as he was known
to have been an admlrer of tbe glrl and
to have fought wlth Free over her.
In the room wherf the woman was
kllled the pollce found letters and aaatal
rards ahowlng that she had carrled on
coriespondence wlth both men* yirr wl,l
owed mother and two marrled slaters llve
ln Scranton. A relatlve arrlved here to
nlght from Scranton to take charge of
the body._
8UNDAVS NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anvwhare in th* United
States for $2 50 a year.
WOMAN SLASHED TO DEATH
Girl of Six Accuses Father of
Killing Her Mother.
Under tbe leadarafatp of captaln Fiood.
of the Redford avenue pollco statlon,
Wllliamshurg, detectlves are looklng for
Krank Franscano, an Itallan, whose wife,
Therisina. twenty-flve yeara pld, was
found slaln In front of her home, No.
183 North 7th street, yesterday morning
about 9 o'clock.
When the detectlves arrived on the
scene they Immedlately searched the
house. Franscano had dlsappeared. In
the parlor on the tlrst fioor, wh?re the
couple llved. the police found large pools
of blood, and In a coiner of the room lay
an old ra7.or, covered wlth blood. The
woman's throat had been slashed from
car to ear, and her body was thrown out
of the flrst story wlndow. lt was cvldeut
that Mra. Franscano tought deaperaUly
for her llfe. Tho BOOT was littered wlth
fragmenta of brlc-a-bruc. Heveral ple tures
weie torn from the wall and lay bffoken
beeMe orertomad chalrs an^ two sinall
tai.i. a
The detectlves found the four chlldren
of the couple playlng bt a vacaat lot
near thelr home. When Angellna, the
oldeet, slx years of ege, was told of her
motber'a death she aobbed.
"I know Bbe'fl dead," said Angellna, be?
tween her Boba "Papa kfOed her."
The detecttvea lcarned from tho glrl
that Bbe returned to the house after sho
had be.n told by her father to go for a
walk. The glrl sald she found her father
and mother quarrellng. Blowa wero |
struck, Angellna said, and she becamo so
frightaned Bha ran back to her slsters
ln the vacant lot
Franscano was employed in an lce
manufacturlmr plant.
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REPORT FAVORS DISSOLUTION
Manhattan Sccurities Oo. May Be
Closed Up. as Directors Wish.
The dlssolutlon of the Manhattan 8e
curitiea Company was recominanded ln a
r?port liled yesterday by Saul .1. Raron, |
referee in the case. In April a majoiity i
Of tlie diraetcta of the company Instl- I
tuted proceedlnga for a voiuntary disso- |
lutloa of the company. Melvln J. Mc
Kenna and Wllliam F. (irell were ap
pointed temporary recelvcrs.
Th'- company, whlch was formed ln 19"2.
had a capital stock of $1,000,000. of whlch '
| g was Issued. The llabllltles are
$24X174 and the nomlnal asseta $l,4S*.tion. j
conalatlng of outstnndlng clalms and |
itos Ii BJ d 1-onds, $:27.;'* of lt being stock
of tbe Tuecaroim-Kevnda Mlnea Com- j
pany, OfcOM wortk of banda and t
14 oo wortb of stock of the i:iko Realty
.,:..! DevelOpment Company of Arlrotia
nnd H#,gftJ ln the i-referred stock of the (
Oardner Cruaher Company.
Tbe directors who had In^tltuted pr?.- i
ceedlnga for a voiuntary diaaolutlon ln- ?
, 1,1.1.'1 l.'li"tt H. Coodon, Rbhard W. '
jonea, i>?vid l> Maii.-ry, Henry Roth, j
Edmund K. stallo and DavM L> Van'
Nostrand.
THIS WOMAN _A SPRINTER
But She Missed Her Ship and
Had to Take Another.
Mrs. Gertrude Langenwalter waa to sal'.
on the steamshlp Kroonland, of the Red
Star LIne, whlch left here yesterday for
a Belglan port She had been vlsitlng
j ln New York, and her farewella to her
frlends extended to a time when there
Iwas left only half an hour for her to get
from West 72d street to the pler, at the
| f..ot of West 21st street. 8he took a sur
I face car, whlch got in a tangle and
j stopped. She Jumped Into a taxlcab and
I the gasolene gave out at 34th street
I She ran to another streetcar, whlch took
, her only as far as 23d street, so she
: Jumped aboard a ero*stown car, whlch got
her to West street, and still she had two
btocka to nm.
She had galned the top of the stairway
at the pler when her foot caught on a
boae llne and she fell sprawllng, her grip
! flylng one way. her umbrella the other
Porters rushed to the raajcuo, but It was
too late. The jrangplank of the Kroon?
land was wlthdrawn and the shlp was
ha-klng Into the Nortti Rlver.
Mrs. Langenwalter Itnplored the of
Betala of the llne to get her al>oard by a
tng, but this Is against the rules of the
company. The Oceanlc, of tho white star
Llne, was to st.am away to Southampton
at noon, and the White Star and the Red
Star are mernbers of the Intematlonal
Mercantlle Marlne. So Mrs. Langenwalter
was put aboard the oeeanSe, ?nd wiu be
sent to her home from Southampton.
NIKOLA TESLA 18 SUED
Inventor and E. K. Stallo Are De
fendanta in $61,500 Actions.
Nlkola Tesla, the Inventor, and Kdmund
K. Stallo. son-ln-law of the late Alcxan
der McDonald. the Standard OU man.
were made eo-defendants yesterday ln a
BUlt brougbt In the flupreme Court by
Bhnon J. Behlankar, to reeovor two
amounta, which he aUegaa are due hlm
from the Inventor and Stallo.
Schlenker, who Laa taken ovhr the
eialnis of the others ln the contract.
a>ks f?>r tJ-S.000 on one account and $3,500
and Interest from November, 1907, on the
other account.
Tesla, so Schlenker alleges, entered
Into an agreement to put on the tnarket
a rnachlne. to be known as the Tesla
transformer. The $3.5ou ls due. fhe com
plaint states, as artual money spent by
the partUs to the contract other than
Tesla. The $5R,000 ls due. the complalnt
states. as proilts that would have accrued
had the inventor put hls transformer on
the rnarket. Tcela UBed the $3,500 to ex
pertment wlth. atid not to place the rna?
chlne on the tnarket, lt is declared.
Btallo is nientl'.ne.l because he con
trlbuted $I.Ou0 toward the startlng of the
. nU rprlse, and refused to t>uc the ln
vritor f..r th.- return of the money. A
techalcallty <>f the iaw compel* the plain
t'.rV to inake hlm a d.f.'ndant wlth Tesla.
The Andalusian Hat
?laviahly adorned with Paradise or Ostrich or more modestly
embcllitbcd with Pompons, Tulle or Feather effects of bccotninR
hut less eoatly tMterialg?ii etpecially appropriatc for a gift by
a visitor to New York. lt would be a pouvcnlr of taste con
rerrtng dtstinction ahke tipon the giver and the recipient.
Tlic prices vary according to the triniming?from $1.20 to $20.
I ND SEASON PRICES NOW PREVAIL FOR ALL
AIMH LES OF DRESS IN PASSING FASHION,
SUMMER GOWNS, VVRAPS ANT) XECKWEAR, fic.
Special Sale of Summer Hats of extremely
light weight and seasonable appearance
White Straw Man trimmed with Scarf, SJ.00 and $3.00 each.
White Panama Hatl trimmed with Scarf. $6.<H) each. White
Manarama Hats trimmed with Scarf, $5.00 each. Two-tonc
Summer Fclt Hatl trimmed with Straw. $5.00 each. Automo
bile and Steamer Hata in combinationi of Straw and tofl Btlkcn
fabrica, $700 U $10.00 each. Automobile and Steamer Hats in
combinations ol far fell and fine tgffeta ?ilk?re\ersible?ainuous
_flc-xible?i?lia.ble?atylisli?110.00 to $15.00 eacb.
LATEST STYLES TAILORED HATS
Parii Modela Just Received for Outing
,\iTKEi\i,SoM?Co
'FOUNDED 1835)
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS
BRO^DWAYt\l8-5Tr\EET
Maternity Apparel
for all occasions
DRES8B5, SUITS, C0AT5 and HOUSE GOWNS
Offcred at
EXTREME REDUCTIONS
Before Removal to Our New Building
Oufg ia the largest establish
ment in the world devoted to
gowttg (or thia pur^oae, and car
ries the largest assortment to be
seen anywhere and impoggiblc to
describe in dctail.
They are cliieflv made of
TISSUE, LINEN, GINGHAM,
STRIPED and PLAIN VOILE,
DOTTED SWISS, LINGBRIE,
rHAM.IE, WASH SILKS.
PONGEE, TAFFETA, CHAK
MEUSE and CREPB DE
CHINE
F.verv model is espcciallv de
ligmed to BALANCE THE
FIGURE through changing pro
portions and can bc WORJ through
all stages and in normal condition
without any alterations.
AN UNEQUALLED OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE THESE
GARMENTS AT REDUCTIONS FROM 25 TO 50%.
EXTRA SPECIAL
Tissue and Moll Dre/scs
in three stylcs.
$7.75, formerly $12.50
Siripcd Voile DreSSCJ
in all colors and sizes.
$11.75, formerly $18.00
PONGEE COATS
in natural, navy and black.
$17.50, formerly $22.00
Lane Bryant
Near
Fifth Ave.
19 West 33th
Mreet
JJranch at \\ ashington Heights, Broadway and 163d Street
i. Altmatt Sc fe
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DESIRE TO DIRECT THE ATTENTION OF PATRONS
SPENDING THE SUMMER OUT OF TOWN TO THE
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT, WHICH IS VERY
EFFICIENTLY FQUIPPED. ANY INFORMATION
DESIRED WILL BE FURNI^HED AND ORDERS FILLED
WITHOUT DELAY. A PROMPr DELIVERY SERVICE
IS MAINTAINED.
IN THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS WILL BE FOUND SELECT
ASSORTMENTS OF WOMENS, MISSES* AND CHILDRENS
SUMMER WEARING APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES; ALSO
MENS AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS.
DRESSMAKING AND READY - TO - WEAR
DEPARTMENTS
BETWEEN SEASON3. ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR
WOMENS TAILOR-MADE SUITS. DRESSES AND RIDING HABITS.
ADAPTED FOR SUMMER WEAR. AT CONSIDERABLY LESS
THAN THE USUAL PRICES; OR SELECTIONS MAY BE MADE
FROM THE SUMMER GARMENTS IN STOCK AT VERY MOD
ERATE COST.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND DRESSES
READY-TO-WEAR ? . $32.00 AND UPWARD
MADE TO ORDER . . $55.00 AND UPWARD
LINEN RIDING HABITS
READY . TO - WEAR ? . . $15.00 & 20.00
MADE TO ORDER . ? $35.00 AND UPWARD
RAltmtm&ttjt.
FOR TUEsDAY JULY 23rd
HAVE ARRANGED A SALE OF
\1EN\S SUMMER DRESSES & SKIRTS
CONSISTING OF DESIRABLE STYLES MODELED IN
THE POPULAR COTTON AND LINEN FABRICS
ESPECIALLY FOR THIS OCCASION.
DRESSES OF WHITE VOILE HAND-EMBROIDERED
AND TRIMMED WITH aUNY LACB . AT $13.00
DRESSES OF WHITE VOILE TRIMMED WITH
FILET LACE.AT II .00
DRESSES OF WHUE AND COLORED LINEN AT 6.25
DRESSES OF WHITE FLAXON. STRIPED COLORED
VOILE AND CHLCKED AND STRIPID Z?PHYR3 AT 4.00
SKIRTS OF WHITE RAMIE AND COTTON CORDUROY 3.90
SKIRTS OF WHITE CORDELAI3 . 2.85 & 3.50
TO-MORROW (MQVHAY). THERE WILL BE A SALE OF
CHILDREN'S ROMPERS
IN VARIOUS WASHABLE MATERIALS AND IN
S'Z^S RANGING FROM 1 TO 5 YEARS AT THE
VERY LOW PRICES OF . 38c & 55c.
A LARGE VARIETY OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES*
UNDERWEAR IS IN STOCK. COMPRISING ALL S1ZES
IN BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MAKES.
MEN'S & WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
WILL ALSO BB ON SALB TO-MORROW (MONHAV). AT THE
FOLLOWING ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES:
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
LINEN. IN1TIALED . . AT $2.00 PER DOZEN
LINEN. HEMSTITCHED AT $2.25 & 3.00 PER DOZEN
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
LINEN. 1N1TIALED . AT $2.00 PER DOZEN
LINEN. HEMSTITCHED AT $1.25 & 1.50 PER DOZEN
SHAMROCK LAWN, INITIALED , 95c. PER DOZEN
JrTiQIj Atmt?, 34li? wxtt 35ttj *trtrt*, Sfao fxrrlu

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