Newspaper Page Text
"PLEASEO AS P
Taxed with Rooseveltian Styfe
of State Platform, He De
NO BAY STATE CANDIDATE
William Flinn Is Due at Saga
more Hill To-day to Discuss
His Electoral Plan for
|gj Telegraph ?o The Tribune. 1
Oyater Bay, I-ong Island, July 51.?
..jjj-; m>' That ls fine! l'm as pleaaed
wpu-ieh!' Colonel Kuosev.it exclalmed
thU afternoon, when newapaper men told
hlIT) what the Mlchlgaa Progreaoivea d d
yeaterday "under tho oaks" at Jackaon.
The caiidldate's cup of happlneaa was
runnlng over because of tbe fa- t that
Mtchigan s PreaidenUaJ electora wlll be
put in tbe Beld f>-r Theodora Rooaeveit
and the emire state ticket of the Natlonal
progresslve party wlll be run Indepen*
dentb of the Republlean organlaatlon.
poaders of tbe Mlchigan platform pt...
'esjed t-> have dlacovered a almllarlty of
ayie hatween II and Colonel Rooeevelt'a
campai?" utteraaoea on the blrih .-f the
fif-r party. Boma went ao far ns to aay
that tba document Itaelf waa "importod"
from Oyater Bay.
? _ hav-Mi't aeen It, by Georgi !" protest*
r_ tbe colonel, and he said that be would
not comtnent further on It, even if he bad
gonie one toW Colouel R.-.it that
S,?ator La Follette had aald that the
WltKonsin electora woukl all vote for La
Toliette. Accordlng to hla cuatom, the
t>_-Pre.?ldent Ignored tin llttle man wlth
the pompauour, n fuslng to make any
fi.niment Ha did Bay, however, thal
llarry F. Cochema, one ,/f ]j? Follette'a
delegates who went ov >-r to RooaeVell Bl
Chlcago, was a vhritor at Bagamore ii.H
to-day. The Colonel said thai Mr. Co?
chema *?? &r>atl> pleaaed wlth the prog
r*u which bad been made ln Wlaconain
and that be belleved there was no qui c
tion but that the Rooaeveit people wei
golng to carry the state.
Doubt About Garvm.
Reporta from Jauckaon yeaterdaj quoted
Senator Dlxon as aaylng thal ? \-4_Jov
emor Qarvln would go to Chi4_ago nexl
month as a delegate from Rhode island.
colonel Rooaeveit profaaaed to know noth?
ing about tbe matt.r. This led up 10 B
quention as to the ea-Governor'e attitude
to?ard him and the new party.
"1b Qarvln for you?" was eaked.
"I don't know. I have no knowledae aa
jt) his attitude," he replied.
After the visit yeaterday <>f Charlea H
Thompson. the Vermout banker, wh i la
taking charge of tbe nphill flght for
Roosevelt ln New F.ngland. partlcularly
ln Massachusetts, ("olon-l Roosevell told
tht newapaper men that former Qovernor
Garvln would bad the new part] organt*
aation in Rhode Island. To-day the can?
dldate expiaincd that he must have gotten
tlli Information from Mr. Thompson.
Amorg other things that the Vermont
iiaoker let loose in Oyater Hay yeaterday
ow tr.at the Rooaeveit people bad some
hopes of Maaaaehuaeta if for no other
New England state. (le also said that
there was one dtawback, and that was
that the Roosevelt men were hard puabed
to plck a randidate for Qovernor of tn_
Bay State; but, he said, ?'olonel Rooai -
velt ?u? able to pul his flng?r on thd
right man at oik?.
"I had a telephone niessage thla morn?
lng from Mr. Thompson, who was in a
somewhat agltated state of mlnd."
laughed the colonel. "He antreated m
not to be too much diaturbod by what I
read In the paperB to-day i oaeernlng his
views on the New F.nRland sltnation "
"Have you picked a Governor for Mas
?achuaetts?" he waa ask'ed.
"Why, biesa you," tbe candldate ejacu
lated, "it'a not for me to ptck candid.it- I
How utterly foolish: I Bhall have nothing
to say about lt. The people muat take
care of that."
Colonel ItooooTfiH explalned thit aome
vialtora had put him into perplexlng Bltua
tlons at times.
"PoaaBMy i -nav have aald m Uroee.
?Wbal about 3o-and-So?' nnd these fellOWl
_<j back home and convey the Impicssi-'n
that T have picked a candldate."
Tbe report from J'ittsburgh that Wlll?
lam Flinn would b? a "lone Progreaalve"
at cideage next month. becauaa flve of hia
Rooaeveit companions. all delegotea from
the "Bat" Dlstrlet. had bolked at put*
tlng Roosevelt on a tlehof at Chlcago,
did not mar Colonel Roosevelt's smlle.
He said that folks would fSnt% that "a
let of theae fellow a would come back."
\\e referred to the case of Mr. Nason, a
delegate from Massaehusetts. wbo an
nounced some time ago that be bad qult
?He.'s come back aiready." the colonel
Senator Flinn la Due.
To-morrow Wllllam Flinn will be tba
all-lmportant guest at Sagamore Hill. If
he gets here he will probably stay all day
for a eonferen-e. wbteh has been antlcl
pated alnce he evolved a plan of runnlng
Taft and Rooaeveit electora on the Rf
publlcan ticket and letting the olOOUra
vote for the candldate who polled. Ihe
Kreater number of 08*00. As every one
knows Colonel Roosevelt instantly came
out strongly agalnst any auch "com
promise plan." declarlng that he would
Slnee then predictions have been re
neatedly made that Roosevelt was aiready
fluarrelling wlth his lleutenant* in the
Baatern Btates and that hla 00008 was
' .'olonel Roosevelt has pemste-.tly main
tained that there 1? no dlss-t.slon in h|.
ranks. and that the dlfferences hetwet,
_im and his leadera ln Pennsylvania
M-ryland an.l New Jersey. where the
problems have arlsen. are merely <1 Iffei -
erires of oplnion as to BBathodfl and are
not by a-iv menns indlcations of dlffer?
ences in princlples. He d.-clares that tbe
< ?hirago convention. two weeks away,
which Colonel Roosevelt himself admits
ia without plans for organUatlon yet. wlll
Battle these dlflaroaoeo as to methode. ln
other eases Colonel . Roosevelt has r<
POatedly said that he was in favor J
allowing the states to setiU*?-Wh pe-Ob
lem* among tbemselves. Tbe frienda of
Wllllam Flinn doelaro tliat everythi'ig
NCtll come out all right after the eonfer
inr- wltb < oionei llo?oveh thla wairii
? Aj COOn as 4'olonel Roosevell graeted
Iha nawapopar men at Hafcamon Hill '
afternoon hc disapi*e?red ln the hpuae
and cinw back all mnllee witlt.a letter
??Whieh he f-abl be recelved yesterday from
? Xew York. On condition that tbe aame
iaf the wrlter be wlthlteld. he ga\e it <-ut
i, Here lt la:
Don't foraet tbe short ball'"''
New Vo.k. .July -'". i-H
t Theodor- Roosevelt. RoO>, ?^y?'ei Hay,
_ I-ong laland, N T. . _
fJear ftir: I am for >oo and B New
? Tork party regardleaa of t?? eonae
qoenees. In aupportlng you l have resis*
ed the follow ing intluenees: I am an en
rolled Democrat l am b Prlnceton gra.l
uate of tiio claaa of '0g. i have an in
tense admlratlon for Oovernor Wilson.
Both my hiu purtBOra oppoae vou. and
th?-\ ;ne iwlce my .*Ke. Both parenta
oppoae you. Nearly all my frlends an<l
aequalntancea opposo you, Bul when
Bver I ta)M to a plain' workor I find .1
Rooaevell supporter l will do what
ever 1 can to help you put tho people in
HOTCHKISS isSUES CALL
Third Party County Chairmen
to Meet Here To-morrow.
Wllliam II. Hetchhlaa provislonal state
chalrnuui of th<- 1'roKresstve partv. i?
Bued the .uii yeeterday for the flrst m<et
Ing of the county chairmen of this stat**.
which will be held to-morrow morning at
t'ne Rooaevell headquartera in the Metro
potltau toa 1 .
The eolon.-l wlll come 111 from Oyater
Bay to addreaa the gatherlng, whlch wlll
Include, beaidea th" county chairmen. th*
trmporary chairmen <>f the I'onKress db>
trlct conventlons. Accordlng to Mr.
Hotchklaa tlie new party has proviaiona!
organlaatlona ln fifty-two countlea ln this
Btate, ;iinl the only COUntlOB BB yet unor
- ed .ni- Chenango, Cllnton, Columbla,
Franklln, Uvingaton, Monroe, Niagara,
< >t leana and 1 flater.
.\t ihe meeting to-morrow flnal plans
wiii be ohtlined for th.- aeleotlon of New
Fork'a delegatea to ihe third term party
conventlon, nnd all the Congress dlatrict
. onventlona to seled delegatea wlll have
been held by Augusl 1. The naming of
candldatea on hoth state and local tick?
ets ?ill be lefl until after the conven?
tlon in Chlcago.
The delegatea nnd nlt^rnat*** to the
Rooaevell conventlon wlll iea\e New
Tork, as non planned, c>n a epeciaJ train
l'i'id.i> . A Ugual :'
in t:.' 8th Asacmbly Dlatrict. Manhai
lan, ;-n organlsatlon meeting for-the dis
tri. t will be held ou Thuraday, ;*t which
time ?;. legatea t.> tbe county convention
"f t:.. third party wlll be choeen. Atnoa
R Plnchot, Llndon Ratea, Jr., Joseph
Murray, A ugual c. \n>;er and Henry C.
Quentln, all prominent in the n.wiy
formed Vorkville Progreaalva Club, wlll
le t'" delegatea from the 10th t<> the
county conventlon, as thlnga were
mapped oul yesterday
Accordlng to an announcement yester?
day ftom, the Rooaevell men, tho York
j/ille ProgTeaalve Club "!s the flral club
of th- Progreaalve party to efltabUah its
own headquarters, atarted by the Roosr
v-.t League "f Nca f"t'k State.''
WADSWORTH SURE TO RUN
Dunn, Too, Likely Candidate
Rocbeeter, July u .Monday*. PoUowlng
a conference he-?> to-day wlth Republlcan
lead* is. Jamea IV. Wadaworth, ir.. of
Qameaeo, is expected lo announce hlmoelf
a candidate for tlie Repubtlcaa nomina
ti"n for Oovernor in an open W'tt.-r to the
VOtera of the state. Dtatrtct Attorney
I'rank i.iok. of Llvlngaton County,
reached by telephone from thla dty at a
li,t. ho 11 .i!-". night, aald, in answer to
It ls certain that Mr. Wndsworth wlll
tu a candidate foi the Republlcan Kui^r
,1 nomlnation. Vou may make lt
;.-. strong aa you like Mr. \Vad-*wort!i
and myaelf wlll be ln Rocheatei to-mor
row (Monday), and ;i I* probable thai
Mr Wadaworth will make a puhli*' an?
nouncement of hls candldacy an.l the rea
ror :i Immedlat* i" after a ? onfer
u. have arranged.
.i.-m..*s 1.. Hotchklaa afonroe County
chalrman, madl the follow ing .ommcnt
on Mr. Cook'a atatement:
lt is pOBBible that Thomas B. Dunn of
this <it\. will l.e a candidate f"r th- nom
inatlon. .-"?. 1.1 aa 1 am BWare, the con
ference to-morrow wlll t>" lj**tw-een IJv
Ingaton ?'?.??'itv leadera and wlll not em
brace Mom 00 ' fount v tn> a
DEBS ASSAILS OPPONENTS
Scouts Idea of Taft or Wilson
Standing for Labor.
Mllwaukee, .luly 21. ? Kugen* v. Deba
candidate for Prealdenl <.n the Bociallal
tlcket, addreaaing a mc-tlng here to-day,
outllned hia viewa of preeent polltlcal
condlttona He declared tiiat the Repob
licen and Democratlc partlea were rep
raeentative of the capltallatlc class and
the Bociallal partv alonc represented the
worklng Claaa Ha aald ln part:
The gtefft capitallsta are all conaerva
tlves, "Btand-pattera"; they have a
Btrangle hold upon 'h<- situation, with
iu. Intentlon of relaxlng their grip Taft
and Rooaevell ara their candldatea II
may bc objected tl.:.' Rooeevell ls a
"progreaaive." Thnt la mere buncorobe.
When he na.. ln offlce Bnd had tlie power
he dld none of th- thlnga nor attempt
e.i to do any of tha lhings he is now
lalking about so Wlldl) /
VVoodrow Wllaon is no more the tan?
didate of the working claaa than is Mr
Taft or Mi Koosevelt. Nelthar one of
them has ever been identlfled wlth tlie
workmg 1 lass or haa Bvar aaaoclated
wi tii the worklng < lass. except when
thelr votaa were wanted
Th- vltai Issue before tlie country and
the wotld is not ment.oned ln the !!?
publican or Democratlc platforms Wage
alaverj under capltallam, the legallzed
robbery of rhe workers of what Ih pro
duced DJ their labor. is the fundamental
crime against modern humanity. but
there is no room f.n tha mentlon <jf this
\ltal fact ln tha platform- of the Kepub
llcan and Democratlc partlea.
LA FOLLETTE MAN DECLINES
A. T. Rogers Can't Take Too Active
Part in Taft Campaign.
Ma.llson. Wis . .luly :i. National <<.m
ndtteeman Alfred T. Rogera of IVlBcon<
sin. has t-leirraphed tu t'halrman Hllles
nf the It-publlcan National Committee
that it will be ImpossIM- to aeeept np
Iiointment as member of the Hepubll'-an
executlva commlttee, a*-; he will not have
time to d-vote to the work.
Mr ROBjera was in charge for a time . f
Senator I.a I'ollett.i'b campaign for the
Republlcan Pr-sldential nomlnation. He
is .Mr. La Poltette'a law panner.
GLASSCOCK STICKS TO T. R.
West Virginia Governor Decides Not
to Leave the Colonel.
? harlestoii. W Va .luly 21.-That he
will support Theodor' RoOOBVOlt, and not
PreaMenl Taft, f*>" tha Prealdeaey ls the
Bubatsnea of a ateteaaanl issued to-night
b> ilovernor Wllliam K. Classeock. II*'
BUbUcan, whlch at last sets at rest the
uUe-tlon whether he had deserted Colonel
Tha <;o\ernor mekea it eiear. hoarever,
t!,;,t he is I'm the Hepubllcan state tlcket,
and piOpOBOa 10 do all he can to ele.t tlic
regular Repabllcan ucket, with the ex
ceptlon "f I'r.sident Taft.
COST OF LIVING IN CANADA.
Canada has so far this vear estat.Hshed
a hlgh water recoru for thi- g* tvratloil ln
ii,,- coat <-f H\iuB. The Departtnenl of
Labor ?agCiaJfl have been i-arefullv Inves
Hu-utlr.R the situation. and n?'l<*?'ted 201
artielea <>f ? repraoeatative etiaraeter
throughoul tlio entir.- m-I<1 of consump
t:,,,, ,1M.| prodUCtlon. Taking thr average
ro 1 ;.t aai Imlea t'^-ure of M0, ihe figure
.,, da] -lands at 1.11. WhlCh ls .-on^id.-i ably
more than th. hlgbeat record ?*in.-e tha
otHiidard wa.- formed. Itetall priees for
urtlciea have ri.-cn '?> per cent over
la.st >eai's pi i< cs.-L -ridon Ulobe.
Friends Intimate That Gov?
ernor Will Discuss This
FENCE MENDING TO-DAY
Democratic Candidate Will
Confer with Champ Clark's
Rain Halts Visitors.
[Jtv- T?!e|rrapb to Th<- Tribune. 1
Sea Oirt. N. J., July 21. When QovernOr
Wllaon returns to this pla. e to-movrow
from hla nearby retreat. he wlll ptunge
at onee Into the Wfttlng ot his Bpeech of
acceptance. lt may ba that lt Wlll take
more than two or three days to whlp lt
into shape. for there Is said to be one
I-l.ink ln the platform that, accordlng to
close friends of the l.overnor. ls not
pleasliiR to him, and that is tbe one llmlt
Ing the 1're.sldentlal nomlnee to one term
The Qovernor ls said to feel so certain
of the result In November that he is al
ready planning for a second term. His
vlews on this subjeet wlll be made known
In his b-tter of accptance,
To-niorrow mornlng hc wil have B rhat
wlth Senator Jam.s H. Reed, of Mlssouri;
Inulley l-'leld MjIoik . of New Y.rk, nnd
one or two othera. and then wlll brlng to
an end, lemporarlly at l-a;:, the riot of
hundsbaklng and pleaaant sniiles that
have l.n his lot for the last three weeks.
Accordlng to the Govcrnor's close
friends. the tlme ha-s now arrlved When
he must begln w< rk on his apec ii of ac?
ceptance, and if h- ls to make thla utur
anca the pungent and vote getting docu
ment that hla frienda expe.-t u to be he
must not be dlsturbed. So thut aft--r to
morrow mornlng lt will not l?e easy to
.sliake the hand of the Democratlc candi?
date for Prefltdent, or even to get a loob
at him. for that matt-r. for a few days.
Senator Reed'a taik with the Qo ernor
win prove Intereeting, it ls thought. be?
cauae the aOaaourl S.-naior was one of
Sp. ak. r ilark's good old standbys at tba
Baltlmore convention. who rofuaed to de*
aert tba banner of hia iaii>li'i.it.-. even at
a tlme when the noin.natlon of Oovernor
Wllaon aeemed certaln. Tbe Qovernor
haa aelected Senator Reed as a member
of his -ampaiKti committee.
Edward E. Qroeecup, chalrrnap of the
Democratlc Btate Committee, concdved
the Idea to-day of glvlng iea Olrl a
tlrmer place on the map by holdin,; a Mg
rallj "f Democratlc <-iubs h?re ?<>nic time
in Auguat after notlflcOtlon day. Mr.
Oroaarnp has tigure.i ou' that th.-re ara
?omethlng like ten thouaand Wllaou
Democrata in New Jersey Just Itchlng to
pet down !?? re
"Big Sea Day" for Wilaon.
Altbough Mr Oroaacup basn't Axed ?-?
? date for his blg rally as yet, lt t? gen
crally nnderstood that lt wlll be the BCC*
ond Saturday In August. Which ln theae
parts ls known aa "HIk Sea Daj This
Is the day on whieh the farmers from
mllee ha- k in the country drlve over te
Manaaquan, half a mlie from here. for
thelr annuai plunge ln the oceau, and lt
ls regarded ns a day partb ularly de
tlrable for a rally at s?>a CHrt foi ahouM
those ardent l>emorrats whom Mr Uross
CUp has In mlnd fall to show up in - if*
flciently large numbers l' Won'l take
long to brlng over a thouaand '-r two of
the farmers. and BOPOClall) if they are
promlsed a look at and a handshake with
a real Candldate '<>> President.
Nlckels, dlmes. quarters and half tlol
i?rs wlll be welcejne contrtbutlona to tbe
riernoeratii- campaign fund thla fall. ac
rordinj- to report? thnt nre COmlng ln
from newapaper e-iit-.rs in varm ia parta
of the country. <'o-onei Roberl l. Ewlng,
of Loulslana one of Qovernor Wilaon'fl
campaign ? committee. ?ent word to
Colonel McComba to-dav that his ne>ws
pap?r had starie.j to <ol|ret populai aub*
s.riptions for the Wllaon campaign fund,
an.l that he espectad t-> axceed 'he
amOUUt be collected lo a Mmflar man*
ner four yeara ago, which waa t""-,,?1
Xewspaper edimrs ln New Vork. New
j>rMe\ and ? hair 0o??n other etatee
ha\e started Mmllar BUbacrlptlonfl
Half h doxen members of llovernor
WUaon'a campaign committee wlll con?
fer' wltb Chalrman MeComba iu New
Vork lo-morrow, when It la expected u
i holet of u buiiding for headouartera win
be mgda No date has aa yet been flxed
for a meeting of the full campaign eom?
mittee, altbough lt is expected that one
wlll be had before the week Is over.
Republicana in Llne.
A number <>f telegrama and lettera from
men said to be RepubUcatlB ple'lk'Ir.K
their support to Oovernoi Wllaon were
made publlc bOre to-nlght. wlth the
namea of the aendera wlthbekl. They
came from all parts of the country, and
were from men in all statlons of llfe,
from bankers and lawjers down to la?
The heavy raln to-day had ihe elfecl Of
maklng vlsltois at ihe summer capltal
of New Jersey BcaKO. The Governor
early last nlnht went to his usuhI over*
Sundav retreat, aml even had the day
been a fine one the tiovernor would have
i>een Inaeceeatbte to alghtaeera.
COUPLE DIE UNDER MACHINE.
LafayettO, Ind. July 21.- Jacob DOOO*
nan, a wealthy farmer nnd hls wlfe, were
kllled instantly and three chlldren wera
allgbtly Injurod wh.-n thelr automobile
turned OVOI near lowler to-day. The
UOeka of both Mr. atul Mrs. DOOO-MSI were
broken by the runnlriK l>oard, under
which they were plnloned. They were
found tlaaped iti ea- h others arma.
WHIPPING POST ADVOCATED.
PtronR aruuments In favor of the
WlilppInK P""1 ff>r c?rtaln elasses of of
fendeis were preacntcd at the conven?
tion of the Internatlonal Asoclatlou of
i:hlefs of Pollce at Toronto bv I'hlef
Block, of Wllmlngton, Del. and w. A.
rinkerton. the famous detectlve
Chlef Hlnck said that hls city was the
Only "ne that retalnod the lash, and tMat
lt was feared more than imnrisonment.
Mr. Plnlierton favored It even more
?trongly, eeylunj that crooka hHd con
fessed to him that the.v feared It more
than any other pnnishment Imnoaed by
law He belleved that it mlghi well be
used ln deallua Wlth wlfe lo-aters and
prowlers who broke Into homBB and mal
treated the Inmntes. The !Htl?.r class of
rrlmlnala, he said. would not beoltate to
Con.mil murder lf necessary to eoncoal
When the despieabl* eharacter of
IttQOt offences Is consldered. one is dla
posed lo poneoda thai the punlahment
rlts the crime, nnd If the Idea of provld
ii,2 :i deterrenl ponalty were the only
,,,,? it mlghl be indorsed Hut tlie jco..I
ln thi* n*e la to make penal nieasures
reformntory. grantlng or hoplng tb.it no
crimlaal la utterly deganerate; and it
rnust be confessed that the lash, wlth Its
gahnmanlBlng effecta la bardly reforma
tory? Kocheste: i'osl-Kxpress.
WONT FOLLOW ROOSEVELT
Senator Works Reijrets the
Formation of Third Party.
Waahlngton. July '1?The controversy
between Senator John D. Works anl the
ringiaaalie leadera ? el Caiifornia ad?
vanced another stage to-day when the
Senator was called upon by telegraph by
Lleutenant Oovernor A. J Wallace tn ln
form the rrogr-sslve voters whether he
Int-nded to rote for Roosevelt. Taft or
"Will not 'ot- for Taft." Sonator
Works te]egrapii-d back. "Would have
voted for and aided tn eleetioii of R<*ose
l elt if ho had stood on his Just rlghts to
the nomlnation af Chicago and run as
T'-publlran. Will not follow him into 4
new party. Tlelleve a new party aban
dons tho j/rounl that would make hU
Senator Works added lhat wheth-r he
would now vote for lloosevelt "d-p-nds
on how he is nominated an.l whether he
runs as a Republlcan." He further sald
that he felt he could "as a Progresslve
Republlcan vote for Wilson conslstently,
If no Republican other than Taft is nomi?
DIXON HAS 'EM GUESSING
Won't Talk of Illinois Plans?
Deneen's Answer Awaited.
Chlcago, July H 40enater loaeph M.
Dixon'B sllen'-e on tha full state "Third
Party" ticket queetlon bi INInela retnalna
Unbroken He arrived ln Chlcago frorn
Jockaon, Kleh., to-day. and latw held
aeveral conierencea with Piogiaaelve
id-rs, lmt BUCceaafuIly -vad-d all In
tenrlewa with thoaa outside the party
iimciis. Progreaalve leadera malntaln
tliat he had made IM d-tlnite stat-ment to
them regardlng hia atand *>n the nilnola
The same leadera hanaever, belleve thai
he Intcttda t*> Inatat on a full state tl.-ket
ln nilnola as he did ln Mlchlgan Thi y
refer to hia stat-m-nt from fhr platform
if the Mlchlgan conventlon yeaterday,
"that Rooaevell cannot run on a bobtall
tlcket" In Mlchlgan .in.i a "full tlcket"
Georgta aa Indtcatlva of his atand.
They malntaln he cannot lat IHIn*>ls
Progreaalvea evaele the third state party
ti? k-t and !?? conaiatent *
S".iat... idx'.n will nol Bccompany th*
?ommlttea whlch wlll call on Oovernor
Deneen al Bprlngfleld lo-morrow t.> hear
Ma d> ? islon on whom he wlll support for
Prealdenl lt ;.?< aald to-nlghl around the
Progpeealve headquartera thai t; ?? ...in
mlttf. wlll insl.-t 0:1 a poaltlve answer
from tha Oov4>rnor to-morrow. i"r..m one
who has b?-en in chm.- touch with th
Progreaalve plans it was learned to-night
i it 11 I-*. Harrla <>f Champalgn, preal?
denl of tue ininefa Btate Bankera* Aa
"o i .tlon. Is look..| on wlth fa\or as ?
candldata for Oovernor in <a^.- Oovernoi
Deneen'fl repl) to tlie Progreaalvea
BhouM be nnfevoraMe. Oovernor Deneen
lt ia gcnerally admltted, wlll hav.- Brs4
rall ou the nomlnation lf he will aarc.'
to support Colonel Roosevelt.
IS DONE WITH ROOSEVELT
Arkansas Repub'.ican Leader
Rcturns to Taft Fold.
I- ',? i ,;?-.. ph '.. '1 ' | ! n! | | |
UttlB Rock, Ark. July Z\. BBJd Bj '>d
dliig. chlef af th- 1'nlt-d Stat.s ?'..iir*
here, and for rnanv *.i?rs 1-ioler Of th.
trkanaaa Republlcan pprty, has deaart4fd
the Rooei aH third lenn edvecatee ar.d
?m.. ha win retum te tha RepaMlean
Reddlng wa? one of tl- I-.id-ia In the
itoose.rit movement in thla >tate, and
apenl aome time in Chlcago end?*a\oring
i.i 'I'Mire r< ? 'ogmtloii for the Roosevelt
del-gat.-s ln th- COO*-ntlon. II- was BB
i-i t-d for national commltteeman to sue
caed Oeneral Powetl Claytoa by the
Roosevelt 0tate conventlon, whlch mel .i
f-w 'im< before th- chlcago conventlou
BEARS IN CAPTIVITY
They Thrive, Government Ex
pcrt Finds After Long Study.
in 1101 .\ lt Baker, easlatant auperin
tendent of the Nat'"Mal KoolOglcel Park,
publlBhOd an BCCOUnl Of the bre-ding of
the American blai k baar at sii\er l.ake
1'a.U, Ohlo, Whlch appeared in the
Bmltheonlan Mlacallaneeua Collaetlons
Tha papei covared ?< period of twalva
yaara' atudy, and a-. the breedlng of
? . . inlmala has been contlnued up te
tha Pl -aerit time. data now aro avallablB
foi a peiiod Of twenly-one years, and lt
was thoughl dealrablo le giv- ? further
account of the matter in view of the re
cently davalepad Intereal In th- breedlngj
Of tii. fur-t.eaiing anlmals This pam
phlet. i-.-etitl*. lusued by th- Zoo, forms
BmlthBontaa Publlcatlon .No. 2?>s6. says
' ih- Wnshinglon Stai."
Th- hears un'ler obser* atlon are kept
at Sihei l.ake 1'ark, a smull reaort near
A'kiom. fililo When the uiiilertaklng whs
first establishcd B .collectlon Of liardy
anlmala was atartad In a bear pit The
ihst beara otrtalned wera a pan ..r i iiba
KOt ln IMI from two dlfferent lo.'allties
near Laka Buparlor. Thla pajr bred rag
ularly.foi -ightren ;. ears, and ralse.l In
aii thlrty-four cnbs Includlng all ihe
breedlng beara ataty-elghl or ality-nlne
eubg irera raisad during tha twaaty-ona
years of obsei vatlon.
The otiglnnl plt ls clrcular In form
and huilt of brlck, !? feel acroea and 12
fe-t deep The floor Ih of terra <otta
blOCka set ir cement. 00 that the place
.an lie readtly waahed out with a hose.
ThO pit Ih provlded wlth a tank, ln order
lhal the anlmals may bath-. Important
featurao of the beare" ojaartera are the
retlrlng dena a/hleh provMo aaltabla
plaeefl for hlheraatlen. Baeh is \enti
lated bj B small Itta axtendlng to the
surfar-e abOUl the dens
ln th- fall of th- >-ar. w h-n th- bearg
are aboul 10 r-ttrc foi the winter. they
hecome very fat Aa cold weather ap
proaches large <iuantltlea of leaves are
throw n Into th- plt nnd are carned by
Ihe hears Into thelr dens. Much of their
time Is spent th*>rc, hut they come out
for an <><?< aslonal meal untll tlie advent
of settled cold weather. about the mld
dle of liecember. when they finally re
traal te their dena foi the winter. Gen
erally tliev eeOBO out from hibernatlon
earlv ln March, having remalned ln ae
clUSlon for about three inonths
lt is Htat'd bv W. n l.odge. rnanager
of Silve'r l.ake I'ark, that the beara have
al way a come ou*. after hlharnatlng for
two o three montha, In practlcalf] aa
Bood .ondition aa when1 they went ln.
5.' ?;? ttlPm showinK thliuiess, deapita
the fact thai they have eaten nothlng
darlng hat tlina. Her do thay appear
to le nartl.uh.rlv hui.gr>. for at the llrst
m..ai they take hut littie fo.,,1 .teucblng
with the tongue what ls offered to them
before eetlng lt. and II Ib only after
thi? <-r four daya or parhape a Break
that thav aat wlth appetlta The young
are b*rn 'iHiially ln ianuaTj .whlle the
anl..- s are ln hibeiatlm,. The welght
of he n-w-iiorn coba rangaa betwaen
nin.- nnd twelv- ounc-S ITiey are plump
it - t-llows, witK short, valvety hair
? ? ?r- ah l;ro?n <olor. I'ortunately
.me ? f t - Cnba has been lost -x-epr.
hrouah arddent, and the death of one
!,,.!,, twenty montha otajj araa the only
?"rhV roaaTwhlch is aupplled to the
h-Ira II slinllar to that Whlch thev Ko,
;"?.. , wild atate. hotel plcnlc tabTaa
..Toi.liiiK a large ainount Of miseellane
I 1 ..raps. to VhlCh |B Bddad an abi.u
eance effgieea fead from n-arby farmB.
MAKE BRYAN 1 M
Republicans of New Jersey to
Fight Wiison on This Line.
BIG MEETING TO-MORROW
Senator Briggs May Retire
from Chairmanship of
( Bv Teiearsph t?> Th* Trlbun?. |
Tr.-nton, N. J., July 21-Desplte the
fact that WOOdroW Wiison. the Demo?
cratlc candldate for I'resldent, ls a Jer
seyman, the Republicans of this ptato
bave determlned to put up an aitirresslve
battle for the re-eh-ctlon of Wllllam H.
Taft, as well as for the whole Republi
Caa etate ticket.
The Republlcan State Committee wlll
meet ln Newark on Tuesday, and, while
lt Is expected that the entire membershlp
of the committee wlll be present, wonl
has been reclved thal w.-ll known R>
puMleaa leaders from all parts Ot the
state wlll be on hand to asslst ln map
plng out a campaign that will make peo?
ple think that Presldential candidates are
not the only thlngs that can put N>w
Jersey on tbe map.
Tcntatlve plans have aiready been un?
der dlseussion by Senator Frank O.
Brlggs. the state chalrman; former Qov?
ernor IVanklln Murphy, Alfred N. Dal?
rympie, Arthur H. I*"ach, Charles Cod*
dmc. Davld Malrd, ex-S?nators Prellng*
huyaen and Wakelee and Senator.- Ifidga,
Colgate nnd Nlcbola
lt is common talk here that Benator
Rrlggs, ln view of his candldaey for tbe
ITaitod rttates Henatorshlp and al*o ln
view of hls III health, will reslgn as chalr?
man of the state eommittee, altbough a
determlned crfort l? 1-eing made to have
him contlnue |n ofllre. If ln- deddea IO
rcstgn. It N -aid that a younger man wlll
take the place. nnd Alfred R. Dalrympie,
ot Newark, who .ts chalrman of the Ea*
?oa County Republlcan Commlttaa haa
been a succeBoful campaign manager, is
mentioned as b.-iu* the most llkely sur
ceasor to Benator Brlgjrs.
Dalrympie knowa everj angle of the
polltlcal game It is *>.ud that lt 1-as be. n
daflnltely dedded that Unlted Btatea Ben?
ator Brlgga ?iii have no "ppo>ition ir.
hla own party in the primary for renom*
Inatlon s..m- time an<> Benator BriKxs
had dw Ided not to re-,.nter tne race, bot
lt I-- underatood that former Qovemora
Murphy aml Origga former Senator Kean
an<; otbera have perauadnd him to m.ik?
the Ught Charlea Coddlng urlll have
- barge of Benator Brigga*a personai cam?
Mr Dalrympie i* optlndatle over t'.ie
posalblUt) of the electoral vote of NeW
Jersey golng for Taft. and not wltl.nit
good aroundi. elther. for ctoiM frienda "f
Qovernor Wllaon admlt that New iotooy
is In the doubtfu! o>h;mn.
Makes Bryan tha Issue.
?' * 0: m tha Demoeratle olntmenl
i*- Bryan." >aid Mr. Dalrympie yeaterday.
Wllaon cannot gol awej from Democ
racy'a old nian of the sea.' Bryan doml
nat.-d the BOltlmOTB I onv .-ntlon and ruled
II- rverv depheratlon wlth an Iron hand.
llryan wrote Wllaon'S platform of prln
cydes; Bryan defeated <*hnmp '"lark and
forced the nomination of Wllaon upon tbe
party, and Bryan and Bryantem are la*
auea in tbla campaign that Wii.-on >an
not dodge and from which the Democratlc
party connol arcope
"The Irratlonal radicalism of Bryan. al
r?ad-- accepted by Wllaon, wni not pre
vall ln New jersey Bgalaet tiie moderate
proijresslv ism of William Howard Taft.
When the preaent hubbub and hurly
burjy almmera down. an-1 Amerlca I.rIii.s
to K?t the pr.ij.er porapoctlvo. you will
aee a greal ehange |n tbe polltlcal eent!*
inenl of the people. The WllaOO boom is
rea.hlng Us Bood Just now; the ebb BOW
wlll BOOK *>et ln. and I am flriuly con*
vtneed thal by the time tlie Novet.bor
election arrivea the peoph of thla natlon
wlll hesllate to e|ecf ? man to the Preot
dencj who l.as been an gvowed free trad
et all hls llfe, and w hose writt-ti and
ap k'-r optnlona on the tarlff make him
aa en.-my to the nMUIUfOCtUI.Bg atal la
borlnj; Interests of the t'nlted Stat.m, and
partlcularly to New Jeraey."
on.- of the hardeet ti?hts of the fom
lng campaign Wlll he fw the <ontrol of
tbe l.*K-i-clature M np-m tb.- COmplOXlOn
of the lawmaklng body win depead
whether or not .Mr BriKgs. whose teim
aaplrea on March 4. wlll be choaen to
aucceed himself There are flve Benatora
and an entlr.- Ilous.- of Assemhly to be
vhosen this fall. and the altuatlon so far
as the Senatc Is ooncemod le somewhat
Th? Repul.lbana now have a majority
of one. and they eXPOOt to hold lt without
much iiifficuity. in fact. it la extromely
Importaat that they should for. ln the
event of Qovernor Wlloon'a reslgnatlon
tha piesldrnt of the S.-nate wlll take hls
place, uriless the 100 IgllBlllMI should ba
tibd thirty daya before election. in this
case a successor would be chosen on the
folloaring Blegtlon i>ay. Those who know
the QoVOrnOf say there is no chance of
hls reslgnlng bvfore Klection l>a>.
Fight m Wilson'a Cemp.
Governor Wiison, as the leader of hla
party In New- lemoy, ls golng to have hls
own troubles before primary day. be?
cause a number of his warm aupportera
are Inslatlng that they are the loglcal
candidates for I/nlted States Senator at
the Democratic prltnaries. Kx-Judge
John W. Westcott. of I'amden. who nornl
nated Wiison ai BaJtlmore, has aiready
announced himself as a candldate, and
haa told hls frends that he expecta to
have the Governor back of him.
K.f/iresentatlve ?Bllly" llughes. another
hard worklng Wtlson man. ls also a can?
dldate. and says that hc won't step aslde
for anybody. Then there ls Senator Wlll?
lam C Ocbhardt. of Hunterdon, another
dyed-ln-the-wool Wiison man. who says
he Is In the race for the I'nlted States
Benatorehtp f?r keeps and won't be
drlven out of lt by anybody. It Is an In
teresting sltuution that the Governor has
confronllng him. Judge Westcott looks
like the favorlte, however, for he comea
from South Jersey, as does Frank O
Rrlggs. the present Incumbent. whom Mr.
Westcott would like to MB00000.
Qeorge l* Record. one of the chlef
Roosevelt mm ln New Jersey, knew what
he was talklng about when he yesterday
urgod 1'olonel Roosevelt to consent to a
plan of eoaleeeeace arltb the regular Re?
publicans There Isn't a polltidan In
New Jeraey wh? is dotng as much weery*
ing as Record ls Just now, an.l It Is all
because nearly ?M Of hls stancb support
ers in tbe Progreaalve ranks ba Hndaen
County have told jilm that if he Jolns
ihe tbird party he wlll do so alone, as
they Intend to reroaln members of the
Republlcan party, and If any tlghtlng ls
to ba done they wlll do lt within the
Record Up a Traa.
Record will have to take a ataml ont\
way or the other on Tuesday when the
Roosevelt men wlll hokl thelr conven
tion at Asbury Park. and there are quite
a few other prominent thlrd termers who
are In the same flx. The convention on
Tues<'ay wlll be a "showdown," and It
has aiready been predleted that quite
.1 number of the colonel's Republlcan
friends ln New Jersey wlll have a bad
attack of "col-l feet.-'
Morrls County Repnblleans are aomg
to get together on Thursday and select
the candidates they wlll support at the
cornlng prlmaries. The gettlng together
wlll conslst of a convention of 310 dele?
gates, flve from each votlng preclnct ln
the county, and after golng over the sltu
atlon men whom they think well -uahflerl
for the dlflferent places wlll be selected,
and thus wlll be assured of the support
of the regnlar Republlcans of the county.
The delegates to the convention wlll be
BOleeted at a primary held under the
ausplces of the county committee. The
commltteeman In each preclnct wlll be
chalrman of the delegation from hls dls
trlct, the four other delegates being
picked out by the Republlcan voters ln
TO BREAK "PATENT TRUST"
Bill May Pass House Before Its
Washington, July 21?An effort will be
made in the House this week to obtaln
the pas.sage of lcglalation deslgned to
break up the "patcnt trust," the oper
atlons of which were exposed by the Su
preme Court declslon ln the Dlck copy
right machine eaae.
Rcpresentatlve Oldfleld wlll submlt B
bill, wlth a favorabie reeommcndatlon
from tlie Committee on Patcnts, of which
he ia chairman. embodylng these three
prlnclpal prov l.slons :
lt shall be unlawful for the manufact
urcra of a'paterited article to tlx the price
ot which It Is to be sold to the consumer
by the retail merchante.
Manufacturera are prohltdted from re
qulring th'; use of apedfled materlals ln
ihe operatlon of patentea machlnea and
After five years of non-use of a patent
right the hnlder thereof shall be coni
pejje.l to Issue llcenses to mayiufacture
the artl-'le to appllcants for that prlvllege.
Mr. Oldfleld wlll ask the Committee on
Rulea to place nls blll on the programme
for dispositlon before adjournment.
Some Discoveries Near Madison, Wis.,
Reported by Scientists.
Beveral of ihe partiea which the wis
eonaln Archaeologlcal Soclety has had in
th<- tiei.i ln oonnoctlon arltb the state
aurvey which lt la eondnetlng this year
have returned, says a Madison dlspat?ii
to "The Miiwauk.e BentlnaL"
I >r Oeorge I. COllle and Robert H.
Becker ate preparlng a report of the re
?earchea conducted In the vicinlty of
Grand Rapids, KekOOaa, Meeh.in. Blover
and Btevena Polnt on the uppov Wlscon
sln River. Town.- I, Mlller, who, wlth
an asslstant left St. i'aul on June 3 to
make InvestlKatlons along the Wtsconsln
bank of the ifisaiaetppi Rt<er, between
?ti- mouth or th* St. <roix and Bralrle du
Cliien. has arrlved in Madison on hls way
bai k to his home ln Uipon.
ln tha COtnraa of tbelr Investlgatlons of
fully two hundred mllea of nver shore
Millcr and hla asslstant were successful
in maklng many observatlons of great
Interest to local urcha>ologlcal sclence.
They aueceeded in idacing many sltes of
earlv.Indian camps and villages, burlal
placea, cachea, trails and groups of earth
work- Klne photographs of many of
theoe were obtalned.
Qeorge R Kox, who. with II O. Young?
er. |h at work for the aoclety on the west
shore of Creen Bay, has now reach*d the
mouth of the Hconto River on hls way to
Marinetta The reglon which these men
are explorlng ls especlally rich ln evl
dences of earlv Indlan life. and thelr re?
port when publlshed promlses to be valu
H. B ?'ole aml Professor A. S. Flint
ara leavlng Haraboo for Reedsburg.
uhere they will bcgln a systematic eur
VOy of the sltes of Indlan arcbaeological
Interest along the upper Raraboo River
and Its confluenl atreams. They wlll
make caref il snrveys of groups of earth
works known to exlst near 1* \ alle.
Wonewoc, Klroy. Norwalk and other
P'ileorgc H Squler haa begun work of a
slmllar character in the lower Black
River Yalley. A number of lnterestlng
efltKtes ire ln th- mound groups of WhlCh
be has aiready conipleted snrveys. R H.
Hecker has .ompleted a survey of a
Kroup of mlxed efflgy and mortuary
mounda on Turtle Creek. in Rock ? ounty,
ar.d C B. Brown a slmilar survey of
sevi r.il groups on the west shore of I.*.K.e
Waubeaa, ln i?*?ne County. The state s
now publlshing lil." report of Indlan evl
dences located about the shores of LAke
WATER FOR SOUTH ORANGE.
South Orange. N J.. July 21.-The firat
spadeful of eartb WiB be turned to-mor
row ln the onsti uction of a concrete
reservoir for the South Orange vlllage
munl.ipal water supply. The reservoir.
which will have a .apac.ty of ..ono.ooo
gallons, or four days' supply. wlll be on
the top of 4>range Mountaln. glving a
head that wlll sufflce for every purpose.
The water, which wlll be pumped Into the
reservoir from wells. Is of excellent qual?
ity, free from pollutlon, and can be ob?
talned in abundance.
(^anterbury Cathedral, like most great
cathedrals. ls decorated wtth lnnumerable
nl. hea for staiues. At Canterbury a serles
of these nlches ts occupled wlth statucs
of kings and queens of Kngland. and
there are only four" nlches left uaoocu*
pl.d. An old tradltion has it that when
all the nlches are fllled the throne of
Kngland wlll come to an end.
Queen VlctOlla was approached wlth a
vlew to a statue of herself being placed
ln one of the four remalnlng nlches. but
her late majesty was aware of the old
traditlon and rcfused. One wonders
whether in the future there will be four
monaroha of Bngland sunicientiy indif
ferent to supetstltlon to defy the tradltion
and allow thelr efflgles to flll the unoccu
UJTLEl lll STEEL
Differ Over Proposed Amend?
ment Dealing with Re
straint of Trade.
FIGHT COMES UP TO-DAY
New York Congressman Mar
Decline to Siijn Report?
Controversy Over "Rea
n'rom Tha Tribun- Burrau.1
Washington, July 21.-Irreeonellable dlf
ferenees eoncernlng a proposed amend?
ment to the Sherman law dealing with
the "reasonahl-ness" of restralnt of trade
eropped out to-day between I'hairmart
Btanley and Represerrtatlve Martln W.
Littleton, Democratlc members of tbe
House steel lnvestlgatlng eommltte-, and
the two will g? to the maf before the
full majority membershlp t**-morrow.
lf the great-r number of D-mocr.v.lc
mernbers slde wlth the chalrrnan -and the
indlctlons are they will?a unanlmous ma?
jority report ls belleved Imposstble, for
Mr. IJttbton wlll not agroe wltli fhe
chalrrnan that the burden of proof shall
rest on the corporatlon sued for alleged
restralnt of trade.
The eleventh hour flght b-tw-en Mr.
Stanley and Mr. l.lttleton is o'^concert
ing to tlie majortty mernbers of the st-el
commlttee. The major portion of tha
majority report has been Bgread upon
and has been prlnted from day to day tu
The, Trlbune. but there has tven a clnsli
over thls partlcular amendment to th^
8hernian act. whlch tlie commlttee !U
t-nds to "mbrae- in Its votumlnoua riud
liiK-* and r-.-ommeiidations.
The Stanley view is that when a cor?
poratlon ls challenged hy th.- govern?
ment and charged with a v ol ktlon of Ihe
antl-trust law. t'ne burden of proof Bhall
be on the attack-d corporution to shoxv,
that it ls operatlng und. r it- cliarter*
rlght? and that there Is no t.-nrcasotiable
r-*fralnt of trade. Mr Btanley would
also de-lar- all restralnt of trade un?
r-HKonable. wlplng from the Btatute Ihe
"liglit of rc.'ison" -onstrued to lave been
arrltten Into the Sherman act By tha re?
cent dtcisions of the Supreme Oeurt,
Mr. Littleton Insiatent.
Representative l.lttleton tosieta that
chall-ng-d corporatlons shall como Into
court with the presumptlon of Innocen'o
and that the burden of proof shall re<*t
on the government to Bhow unreasonable.
r-stralnt of 'rad-. In other word.-. Mr.
Littleton apparently would apply to
proceedings much the same rul- whlch
operates in crlminal cases, holdtng the
corporatlon to be Innocent until the gov?
ernment, by conclusive proof, shall show
Mr. Littleton, followlng fruitless at^
tempts to reach an agreement with ?he
chalrrnan of the investlgatlng committ??e,
Is to-nlght dlctatlng hls lndlvldual con
cluslons and recomm^ndations He wlll
go before the Democratlc mernbers of the
steel committee to-morrow and match
loglc, law and eloquence with Chalrrnan
Stanl-y. If the majority membera of th**?
committee decline to accept the Littleton
"reeommendations" reaatdlng antt-tru^O
1-gislation lt ls confldently belfev-d be
will wlthhold hia slgnature from the
D-mocratic report and wlll present a re?
port of hls own.
Oiairman Stanley and Mr. Littleton,
who have not infrequently riisagreed duv
ing fhe committee hearings. have
wrangled continually alnee the Demo
cratic mernbers of the commlttee began
to whlp the flnal draft of the report Into
shape. a week ago. Mr. Littleton flrat
objected to the rhetorlc of the Stanlev
draft of that section of the report deal?
ing with the Tenn-ssee Coal and Iron
Company deal and tho part played there.
ir. bv Colonel Roosevelt. The New Vork
membcr sald the chalrrnan was entlre V
too rhetorical and, extravagant m ha
concluslons. and in LOUBBquanCB thls
chapter has been matertally moditted.
At Abaolute Varlance.
Mr. Littleton also successfully declar-d
that the majority report shall make no
referetice to the governm-nts sult for
dissolutlon of the Unlted States Steel Cor
poratlon and this wlll not appear in Me
r-port. On the question of an amend?
ment to the law to rut the burden of
proof on defendant oorooi atlons Mi. lit?
tleton has taken a stand at absolute varl?
ance with that of Chalrrnan Stanley, and
*he decLsion of th- majority mernbers of
the committee will determtnc really who
is in control of the steel commlttee.
There wlll be no quarter asked or giver
by the two men. whose personai rela
tlons are friendly. but who hold radically
dlfTerent vlewa on trust issues. The Ini
terchanges ln the executlve meetlngs ol
the commlttee betw-en Mr. Stanley and
Mr. Littleton have been of the warm-si
The interstate commerce act pla.es 0a
railroads th- burden of proof that theli
rates are reasonable. Chalrrnan Stanley
purposes to ask Congress to tncorporati
thls prlnclple tn the antl-trust statut-s
transforrlng to the shoulders of all ehal
lenged corporatlons the burden of prool
and wiping out all prosumptlon of theli
innccence whlch might attach to a "rea
Mr. Littleton says lt ls up to the gov?
ernment to show unreasonable r-straint.
and the prospects for a unanlmous ma?
jority report front the Stanley . ommlttei
are not bright to-nlght.
i Arrange to Have
uaving^j^ j\\e Tribune
the City) Mailecj you Regularly
_ty Mail. Postage Pald, outaMo ot
Qreater Mew Tork.
Dailr and Bunday, one month..9 .70
Dallv aod Snndar, aix montba.. 4.00
Dallv and Sunday. one year.... OOO
Dallv only. one month.80
Dallv only, six tnontha.9Mt
Dally only, one year.OOO
Snnday only. slx montha...... ? ?-*?
Bunday only, one year.9M
Forelgn sobacriptlo-U. to all eoua
tr-M ln the Unlversal Pootal Unlon.
Including postage. _
SAIXY ABTX) Str_n>AT:
One month. gl-SO One *>ear-glT.00
fBLx montha g3.07 I One year.gt.14
One montJi t\M l One ye__r.
DAH-Y AV9 gCTTDAT:
One month I .90 ' One year-glOOO
One month. 8 .80 I One year.. ?. .08.00
gUVBAT OWXT: #
One moath. 8 .70 | One year.
154 Nassau St- New York.
Mail The Trihuee ???_ for;
...?.month M the foiiowing
address. Enclosed find $.i
...??.< ?.. ._?.??....?,..._.