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Listless Delegates Fill Upstate
Ticket as He Decides With
out One Protest.
DROP BIPARTISAN SCHEME
Candidates Named for Both
VacancicB in the Court of Ap*
peals, in Accordance with
Leader* s Wishes.
NAMED FOR OFFICE
BY THE DEMOCRATS.
For Govern-n?WILLlAM SUL
2ER, of New York.
For Lieutenant Governor?-MAR
TIN H. GLYNN. of Albany.
For Seeretary of StatB-? MITCH*
ELL MAY, of Kings.
For Attorney General--THOMA9
CARMODY, of Yates.*"
For State Controller?WILLIAM
SOHMER, of Naw York.1*
For State Engineer and Survayer
?JOHN A. BENSEL. of New York.*
For State Treasurer?JOHN J.
KENNEDY. of Erie.''
For Associata Judge* of the Court
of Appeals?JOHN W. HOGAN, of
Onondaga, and W. H. CUDDEBACK.
|*"f?-a * Btaff CoiT*.?pon'>nt of The Mfc-aB.]
Syracust, Oct. ?.?Havlng been miinlpu
ated laal nlKht to give tlie appearance of
belng "unbossrd" in tlie matter of select
ing candldates for Governor and L!> ?
fnant Govf-rnor. tha Democratlr State
'upyaalloa rraaaaa_-ldai this morning a:<i
I larf cl its rubber stamp on the rBBt of th"
i ekat 11* esjreeS to by Charlaa F. Murphy
aixl lilr. small group of ?*__-____??
As bad baaa pndicted. Murphy ani lha
?.ih^r laBltif, baUeai-t tt.'-lr f-ntlre tloket
nad a good chanra of electlon. thr?w
uown the blpartisan **-l*-f?M8Bsaa of the
r.rputllcana on the selection of two candl
IStai for the Court ot Appeals. An out
ar.d out IVrrocrat v.u* nomlnated for
? ach of th?* two vac:.ncles that Wtfl o_c_f
.m tl.nt bei.ch on I'eceinber 31. Ne'.thcr of
Ihoea nominecs?Wllllam Haraaail CuaVtB*
i ack. of Erle, and John W, Hogan. of
Onondaga?has OYet been on tbe baachi
Baal Mr, rildflabarll ran onre for Justice
of the Supreme Court.
Every BMsobev et tha **_?__-_*? b____b1b
. -. ratton below fit*rrl*man1 Ooeeioae waa
renommated wlth tht araoaajtlC-' ot BBBfB
lary of Mata Laaaaakjr He wns a car.di
eeJte tor the uomlnalloii for tdavtaaanl
Oovernor, and waa peeved arbaa he. dM
not get the piaea, Jobo h. MeOoaajr, the
Klnc*, County boss, trled to paclfy
l.azansky, but he refused to go back on
the ticket for Seeretary of State. In hls
ralaOB was narned ex-Reprrsentatlve
Mitchell May. giving representntion nt.
tho same tlme to Kings County ard the
It was a rather Bad affair. Tl.e nomlua
tion of Sulzer and Glynn did not seom to
have enthused the deleffatea to any frreat
extent They gathered slowly between 10
' o'clock. afbea the sesglon was supposed
io begln, anl 11:11 o'clock. when Judge
Parker 1< t the gaval fall. In the BMBK-*
rlme Murphy and three or four of hls
lieutenants WaWt plrblng tha tlcket li.
Room -18 at tho Onnmlarra. wherp Aust>-n
O. Fox nia<i' n finiil pl*a for the bljar
Ursan Judlciaxy _jrranis?me?t u:A wot
When Murphy walked lnto the hal! there
were perhaps two hundred spectaturs. It
was a listluss affair. not a slngle. volce
oeliig ralbed ln opposltlon to any niember
a( Uaa elate the bo&s haO tucked ln MB
? eet pocket.
Hector McG. Curran. of Kings. noml
nating Mitchell May. lUclared that he
mlght te compared favorably with "thi
Hfbre% bt\ the Bull Moose tlcket"
Smlles sprtad over the Baoaa of thaaa
who know him ^rhen the jnvial Sherlff
lulius Harburger ot' New York took th??
Piatform to renomlnate Controller Sohinor.
They were prepared for "some lun6uage,"
and they got it.
I am pre,ud to ftarid han bafOTB you
? heu the ga/el ls wlelded by _b_4 great
? fernoerat. Alton B. Parker.'' was the
? ShafUfa flrtt Md for applauH-. Ther, hB
mslBted tliat New York was i.roud to
namo a man for Controller who was
noted for hls fldelity to the organl'.i
ilon1' Thoae who ate enjojing the paa*
I onage raf Controller Sohmer smlled
platidly. Then Ha_*buigcr threw a VbalI
'>asket of Huwers at Murphy Spealung
of Sohmcr, he sald: "Hc 1k a follower and
typlcal a| the greateet leader that New
York 8tate ha* ever had, Charlcs F.
Murphy." That woke up the Tammany
iioys tor just a mlnute.
There had not been a s.ngle ii.cond to
tha nomlnation of May. but the oounties
fell over one another to second that af
Controller Hohrner, who hah had not .i few
totMl a? his dicpw-aJ from time to tirr.o.
ln secondlrg th. renominatlon of John
i. Kennody. of Buffalo, for Siato Treaa
urer, an enthusiastlo drlegate declared, ln
a wlld burst of rh><torlc: "If Krle clalrns
hlm as a son, Nlagara clatms blm aa a
For Attorney General Thoinaa Carmody,
of Pe.nn Yan, who now holds that offlce,
waa preaented by Culvln J Huson, State
? (ii__oisslone.r ol Agrlculture. Thero bo*
Ing no other names presented, Mr. Car?
mody was declared nomlnated.
C'harles K. Treman. of Tompklns, ex
itibllc Works Commie-loner, put In re?
nominatlon his "dear peraonai frlend,
lohn A. Benstl,'' for State Engineer an*
Thero were only two nomlnatlons for
.- Court of Appeals.
'There are two vacancJea to be fllled,"
. aid Judge Parker, "those that .rill le
? aused by the retlrement of Judges Halght
und Vann. Notwlthstandlng there are only
- two nomlnatlons, tho statute seems to re
uuire that wa have two rollcalls."
Mr. Cuddeback was nomlnated first be
i.?tM?e Krle came before Onondaga on th?
' rolJ. It was all so perfunc.tory that the
. ueJegates began to stream out of the hall.
udg'- Parker appealed to them ln valn
la Temalnt There was not a reeponse to
ihe rollcall audible, but all thfl votes were
'ounted for the eandklates Just tho same.
Aa hla conventlon came to a close
? j_.r__8 F. Murphy chatted wlth Senator
Koley, hls lleutenant a broad smlle play?
ing over hls features, and seetnlnjjly a*
1 w_l| pleased wlth the result as if the con?
ventlon had been labelled "bossed" In
ctead of "unbossed." _
IMI.V'I I.O TO r\Ki?.
GO TO Bt'SIAMOEVS
110 WEST 3STH STREET
Th* only on* with th*
tl**) ?_r___n Atmoaahere I
(FROM THF. TRIBUNE OF DKCEMr.KR 22, 1010.;
MR. SULZERS CREED
' I im a Brm belirm m tha '""*?
f 'To tht ?i?tcr? ba-og 4he spoila'
MR. SULZER'S POLITICAL BELIEF
"To the Victors Belong the Spoils," Declared the Present
Democratic Candidate in 1910, When Dix Was
About to Distribute the Piums.
rerlirtpp Ihe Syracuse conver.tiot. re- ,
membered Congrcssman Bulr.er's tlp 80
Governor Dlx tr. give tha ?boys" the
jobs when it mado him its Bfl_sdl_et* |
Tho tip aai u< iverer! at n dlnner of |
the Tr.mmany Speakers' JJureau Ah*?o- j
ciatlon at the Hotel ___4_U-_oe_er, on |
FJecember it, mo, when Dix araa nboutj
to BBke ofBoo, Tiu Mlearlag i* Croaal
The Tribune'R account of the dlnner
Tn Mayor was unable to attend. and
DOtO, wbi-b Dr. ircorse F. !
Sbrady. the toantniaHter, read, aB foi- j
"I am aoiry 1 cannot nttend, a? th* j
doctor^ wnnt mr* to stay ln nt nlght "
"I was Jmpret>.-ed with the Mayor'o
letter," commentcil rongrcsHman B_t<
aar. "He aai- the doetoi" trant bba to
BtajT in. My lmpres-sion ls that u whole |
lot of politiciuna in thls clty ure aorry ;
that be ever got ln. We nre the worVt- .
er*; we have won the vlctory, and lam
n flrm bellever in the, doctrine. 'To tho I
vlctora belong th? spoils' When our
party wlns after a atrenuous battle.
thero are men in our rtinks who can
fill th? offlces.
"If I had my way, wl-.en the Demo?
crata v/in I would give the Ropublicana
tha good government and tbe Demo
crets the good offtcas. We have a Demv
ocratio House at Washington, and I
wlll ba a member of it, af*ar being la
a humbla minority for sixteen yaara.
Wa ara already going over tha bat, and
if I can help it there will not be a smgla
Tho Coa-Toaaaiao aaaured good re*
eeptlon for hl*. apoech at the very out
Het v.iicn bo aald tbat tho papeee po
p.,rte.i that Oovernor J'ix had troubie
ln gettlng tho rlght men for oflflefl
"Atter h? eatnt !.'?? to?_l_hl and
looked over thifl fljfl_?-Bl 1ag ' do not
P4*e how he COUld hav miv more tl*OU
bie Jn thut. directloa There Ifl ne pin^e
in the giit of thfl atata that there are
not men in this roora eeaable ol tiiiina
with cradlt tO ?!? t: s.lves, to ihe party
and |o the state"
His eoncrudhn reaaarb araa alao
greeted with mtafljted l_ughter and
"I Ji<at cama haro to tell you whal
good followa you wore and whal pood
work you have done," ho aaid. "I hopa
you'll get what you want, and If you
don't get it you'll know that it la not
M Members </_?
m city's m
Hairy Kopp, Iternibllran can.lldat* for mer.i- I
l ?: nt tafl Asnembly fron. tha Mh DlBtrft, NO- |
Tork County, waa be-ii In Hussia In 1880, nnd |
en,irn_tecl to thia cour.li/ ln 1881. Ha iotcr.'. I
- l Taaakt Bofiaol Tl ha itaa raara, aal aaa ?
fo-Jtid err.plovmetit a* ;t caah boy _tth ?
rajnmayer _ 88888 VtOBB 1^"* un'll 1888 hi '
wnrked at varlous c .r lpatlons, auch iu waaon ?
boy, errnn.l bOf an 1 drlver |Bfl n*v..ral of ll S
Inrger departr !<-nt .<torea ln thia clty. ln IKO
>ir le-n.eO Ute 'racie or clfrnr ir_Hli*_, 81 88__ B.
?.. wan crr.plo>?<* ur.tll 1WC, whan he -??na
?.lected by hls lo?al unlon aa ita 8088088888-1 ??
Ba th<: Ooolial V084-_r_4l palsa* atid also r Ita.
offl: .a! organlzer.
In 1A02 Mr. Kopp * in appohitid r'fr<* ,I1 **? ,
.nltafl B?rtoa Poetofflje, an.J rernalner) In Ih*
818888. of I?fl govarnment until Iier-en.ber. 1V*"V
Whlle aa anrptof?I ha aito _BB?*? n? at __
B)0W York _aw B-bOsB, waa gradyat<*l __?
IhOt* B-B ?aa u4mltt..<l to the tar la _*/T He
Iaa alnco b4*n engag-v. ln the actlve pra-il--*
af law, wlth of*Wa at No. 180 Proilway.
Mr. Ko;p was ftrst alaStSfl BMSBfear "f As> |
aetnblv from taa dletrlrt whleh he r.oiv repr* |
saats ta iwo. nmi ?aa ra alaatad in if?to and
1811. Ha has herred on Important leglsl-tl--*
.D1IBIIII8S, auch aa the Jufllrlary. _B8-8 8B_
Boatta, aad baa reaj waa rhairnm af tta
(X*_?-4-M <>n Privlleg'B 88sl _88e8B888. He a*
BBO autl-r of ull of the iegtslatlon appertah..
lr.< to the prlvat* banks ln cltiea of tr.e flrat
claaa; alao of ltgialatlon deslgr.e.l tr pcrrnlt
ertueatlonal ii.ttliutlons to glv* Bunday P?r
formancaa for charltabie purpoaas.
Mr. ICopp'a inajortty lr.at y*ar over Ms Daae
ocratie weaent waa 888. Un la a ?118818 881
tha Order Brlth Abraham. 4>rdor Ahavajhlle- '
'iri, tVoodrr.*!. of Atosrlr-. Hungarlan K?pur>.
llo_n Club, Federal ' :iub ani ot Boverttl other
phllanthroplc and charltahie aocletles.
"When I atart th* campaign In my dutrlcr
nt-at week, 1'm going to make thlnga l.iiri.'
aald Fr-.-derlck C Tunner, ltader of the irOth,
S?nater Joelah T. Xew.-omb to d Iha atory
in tha P.epubllcan Club att th* 28d Asaenit.iy
Metricf a few nlithta hgo about tii* patrol
man who draggsd a d*ad hor?e from Koacl
uako atreet Into M-rtl* avenu* Ju?t becauao
hr eculdnt epell Koaoluako ln 080^B0B8tt Be
hti.l to make out. The membera of IM club
dldn-t let on they had htard lk? t.il* "ffcre.
but alloweJ the Senator to wade t>'r0"VK_t
and then rewarded hlm wlth laurfht-r that
ha- a loud, even If not genulne. ring to lt.
A Jolrit rt*bate between Ogden L. Mlll*,
Kapubllcan candldate for Congreas ln th"
tTth r.istrlct. nnd hls Progreaalve opponent.
Ltadoa r.atea. 1r., wlll tak* place In Terraoa
Oarden rn Tueeday evening. October 8. The
I)?mocrat)c nomlnee. John V. < arrw waa
InvltnU to partlclpata. but he duck.'.l Aa
a reault the ala thouaand tl^Ue'S tbat have
Bae. diatrlbuted b*ar thlc leaenl n boll
ivdo "Th* liemocrr.llc i-andldate. JOBR F.
':ar-w, haa refralned from taklr.a uj> tn*
.h-llong.-, l>ut will be nfforded an oppor?
tunity to preaent hla ras* sliauld he nppear.'
Max _, Mandera. Rfpui.il -an canflMate for
th- Aaaembly In th* 2dth platrlct, hnd an
Important Job at 8_8 ral'r htld tn the feter
4'aaine Wednaadr.y nl^ht It. waa hia duty to
collect all eig.ra. rlgar^tta* and pipeB that
ref uaed to <jut< smoklng.
ICx-Senatnr Prough, leader of ibe 18th
Aaaembly Dlatrlet and candldate fer Con
greaa, tells of 8 Demoeratlc frl?nrl who
mnJ.- n bet on the electlon rf Btraua trr
medlatelv after the Mooae convention. The
e? nao.r tovt now that the rt'P'ibllrai.a hav?
put thelr man In the fleld he wouldn't ba
aurpTlaed ff hla friend "liMtfis,"
Neat waa- wlll be a buay waek lor tla
?Republican candidate for re-electlon to
th* ___Bj_ab_B from UM 6th Dlstrii:t.
varlous n"j"il-.llraii elu'-is. nrorea tt dUtrlct
meetlnns havinr ? !ren*l> h,-en arranr**-.!.
Me*rs M Mrg*e. l,ee>r M IhS -lst A?
ft/'iribly Mslrlct. who -us taken IU svl.ll* ai
tecdln* the *tat*- conventlon. h?* *ntlr*)y
BIO RECEPTION FOR AROHER
3,000 Weatehefiter Men and Women
Moro than three thmisaiiil men and wom?
en of Weatche.ter County altended a re
ceptlon htl.l at the new clubhouse of th*>
Ilepubllran Club of Moun? Vernon yes?
terday afternoon and evenlnjr In honor of
Wllllam Areher, the nominee for State
Treasurer. Mr. Areher ls the. flrst repre
sentatlve of Wrstchestor County to be
placed on the Rep*j*)llcan state tlcket ln
thlrty ft eja
The afternoon was devoted to tho wom?
en. Mr. Arrhrr wns asslsted In recelvlng
bf Mlss Helen V. B'liwell, member of the
ex'iutlve commlttee of the Republican
Nnilonal commltt'-e, who alfco made an
addreaa. Solos were sung by Mrs. Caray
In the evenln*; Bir. Areher waa aaslated
by William A. Miles. chairman of __?
HELP FROM MURPHY
Declares He Is Confident the
Tammany Boss Will Aid Him
in Every Way to Win.
EXPECTS FOUR-YEAR TERM
His One Ambition, Democratic
Candidate Asserts, Is to
"Give the Government
Back to the People."
(FTnrn * Klaff 09rr?f*pon<lent ef Th* Tnbune.l
Syraeuse, Oct ."--Statklng across the
floor and Fhaklng his cllnched flsts. a tall
man of large and loosely construcfed
friune, wlth a heavy shock of auburn halr
wanderlng down to hls rlght ey. de?
clared In emphatic tone* thls afternoon:
"What I wrmt to do Is M give th* gov?
ernment back to UM people.'*
The speaker was Wllllam Sulzer, the
Pcmocrntl'' candidate for Oovernor. a
Hoek-M* after that nomlnation for slxteen
\ear.\ who h?d been askM by B group
Of newspaper men to Mate one big thinc
l.e wtshed to accompllsh lf he should bo
elected. llf was (.peaklng ln bM room ln
tha OaaaniBgB Hotei, where, arltb the >\
leptlon of an hour that he took for ateeb
early ln th-* momlng nnd two hours for
n drlve. he had bBBBJ recelvlng a steady
pfream of rallers fclnce the minute. of hls
nomlnation, nt 1:30 o'clock thls morning.
"Do you rnran that you want to give
the government to the people aa opposM
to thfl bor-ses?" the candld.itn w?b **k<?d.
"Now, I don't want to go lnto that.'
he rcplled, wlth a wnve or hls hand. 'In
thls hour of trlumph I have charlty for
"How about Mr. Murphy?"
?*I annwered that." he repllcd. shaKlnt
hls flst again. "I want to give the gov?
ernment back to the people. I feal confl
dent that Mr. Murphy will help m* ln
every wav. I thlnk that the D^mocra's
,,f t:.e ktate ar? rnuch gratlfled ot Iba
way he kept hls hands off thls ronver.
Won't Msk* Citizen* Blueh.
fltandlng wlth one foot on a chair,
worklng the flng-rs of hia hand rervoun
ly and g-ently Upplnp tha carpet with on?
foot, th- Represcntutlvo looked o'Jt of thf
Mrdov a> bfl ?'""1 BMlBl. : "If I ?m tlm "
ernor ef the Mat* I I romlse the peop! >
r_a_ \* I* 'he only promtso that ; hare
made thus far--th_t no act of mlne, will
ever brlng the blu?h nf shame to the
OieeJc of I ;y fellow rltiz'ni*"
Mr Sulrer ??penk-. nt." i* Mfl record und
r_at-*waaaa_-a with a lianansaa that bbMM
lead r."rni pers-'na H .tei.lng I" hlm for
the flrat tlme to thlnk hlm valn. T-MBfl
who know hlm baM atf lt ls slrnply
frnt'.kne.M and slncer'.ty. bSSt bi has a
.,,?,. *-f hnrvor whlch few valn men have.
Wlth a f*e.ltna. nmountlna; to a_ai;rar"-.\
that he will he e'.c-ted wlth | L>. ?raafatlfl
Le-rlslature to work 'flth hlm. th* P.-p
r*-sentatlT* frar.k'y OmmVOi that bfl *?
pected M hb Ir- Albany, ttbt P*o years. but
"Men have asked me why I wanted to
be Oll881 BM." he sald, "when I am hold
ing what I ronslder the thlrd frvat<:*t
?.fTlc*> in thi* Und, the .halrmon.-hlp of
?he Cnmmlttee on Korelgn Affalrs of the
Boaaa at B^aaaflaM-taafl ' eamrre that
it roimri ?n order after that of Pr**ldent
ai.d S;-enker of the Houae Why,' they
have bSmbi me. 'do you want M give thls
i,p. whrn you could renialn In <'ongre?s
aa Mat m v"11 ''ir' "*"'" 'so"M ! "ay lhat
P Im tiecnus* I se* th-re la n gre:it work
to ^rrforn. M 'hls B*_B8a Ir IBB B*?l four i
yeara, for 1 *hall be lri Albany for four
ftmie. i bene be-n meeoeai ot being am
Mt-oaa. It lt- not i ,:it. I isimply *??> an op- j
portuulty for eetYmb."
Aak"d to epeettf eeesa ot Cie things
he wanted to do. Mr. flulter replled that
hr want ei to give the governn.eni back
to the people. b'lt th* dotnlt* of hls l?l?a*
rould not bo ?one Into In a curwory con- I
"I don't helleve in mnkiiig Mle proin
isfF," he de.-itire*i. "An eeeata ot aewtorasr
unce is worth a ton of promls.>s. I fay
?.. vo i. aai through you to thu paopla of
tha sti'to, tli.it niy nomlnation Is not a
persi'iinl tiliitnph, but r vlndl.'atlon of
tbfl BBoplfl if riactai, I a_a_l be the r;<.v
,rnor of all the people. The humbl. st
ir. n BMI com> and f_-t as mu^h us the
rl. bflM "
Mr. Sulaer allud'-l to hls rerord of ttv?
\efirn m tho Assembly. "wIh'ii I was
vounic and im*t_blo," and of elghteen
years In i ongre?s
"What 1 htdf <li:.o ls a guaratitne of
the future.. ' he d-rlared. 'The people of
thfl -b-V/Bra MaM niust acknowlcdge that
Willlutn Sulzer aJflJhl- trles to do hla
best, according to hlh llghta, wlilunu feir
or favor. I am human, and do thlng* tn
baaaaa a*ajra Whal a-baaaaa i awha arej
baaflM oncs -of the heart. .u._ not of th*
No Enemie. to Punish.
Trorii l.'indreds of lncasuge* that ho bai I
recelved. Mr. Hul'/.er said. he belleved ..ls I
nomlnation had harmonlzed ;uid BaMaf
the party ln the state.
"Aiter ipaaiij Ifcgaa y**i? of paMM aer
\1ne.'' he added, "I have rio anemles to
punlsh If I ani elected I will start wlth
j el?_n alate "
"Do you thlnk you can make an efflcler.t
ilovernor wltlioiit muklng en?mlesr' the
cundldate wn asked
"l made no enemie* during my aexvlc*
in Albany and In Washington," he re
plled, "except the enemles of the people.
If 1 only baVfl that sort of enemlco I
?haU lf- satlatied."
Mi. Hul7.' r haa always spoKeit of himself
as a man of the people.
"How do you dlatlrigulsh suclt i man
from others?" he was asked.
"Well." ho replled. tHicKlnir up atxiUnst
the dresser and claiiplng lils hands to
gother, "Thomas Jefterson was a man of
the peoptn- Such was Abraham Llncoln.
Nelther of them llved ln New Vork State.
I should nay that here Governor Sllas
Wrlght was of that type.
"A man of the people la a muri who
lovea hls fellow rnan and Ifl ln eympathy
wlth hls hopes, on?* wh_ belleves that
after ? hard day's work he has ejirned
good wagea lf he can say that. he h:us
done one human belng one good turn "
Somebody asked Mr. Sulaer what was
hia Idea of the spirit that anlmated the
"That ls the spirit of progress that has
made us what we are," was tho reply.
"Then why, If you h''leve ln that. do
you not Joln the Progresslves?"
'Th<- party ts only a factlon of protest
agalnft the reacttonary elemont ln the Re?
publican party," he answerea. "After thla
campaign the Bull Mooaers will all oome
over to the Democrats."
Asked lf he was In entlre. accord wlth
the piatform adopted yeaterday, Mr. Sul
"It la entirely satlstactory to mo t>e
ONLY MURPHY SOUR AND GLUM
Other Representative Democrats at the Syracuse Conven?
tion Declare the State Ticket, With Sulzer at the
Head, the Strongest Ever.
(r*rom | Htaff fVirreBpondent ef Tha Trlbune. 1
Syracuse, Oct. 3-Kepre-entatlve Demo
orats of the state expreaaed pleaaure wlth
?he resuits of the conventlon, nnd all who
88880 iif'Pro.T'hcd on the subJect were only
too aiMltfl-fl to give thelr vlews, with the
a_oap_fl_ of Chnrles W, Murphy.
"No," aald Murphy, who ntill chafed
under the lashlng admlnlstered to him
yesterday by Thomaa Mott Osborne on
the floor of the conventlon. "1 have no
cnmment to make on the ticket. It is for
tiie public to do that at the polls."
Pressed for Homethlng more deflnlte,
Mr. Murphy conaented to aay: "If Bffl did
not thlnk it a good ticket we would not
hav?i nomlnated lt."
Senator O'Gorman, who enme here her
alded by reports that he would flght Mur?
phy ln the conventlon. bucked bf the
antl-Murphy men, but who dld not even
raiae hls volce to the pltch of a whlsper
against the Tammany chief, waa loud
ln his ptalflfl of Bulaer.
"The tlck"t could not be better," sald
Benator O'Oormari "Sulzer and Olynn
a.ro able mer, who wlll command the
j votes ol' the Democrata nnd Independent"
i throughout the state. Sulzer wlll ?o Intd
the offlco oL Governor exccptionally
eqtiipped for the tnsk. He hu? a ;-plen
cil.l puhitc record, thut command? the re
spect of the Doi??OwaCf, not only of the
Ktate, bat of Ihe country. Hla stand on
big publto queotlons if well known. The
Democracy of the atate Ih to be congrat
uluted on Its tl.k t."
Accordlng to Kherlff Jullus Hurburger,
U la ona fine, glorious ticket, truly Demo
crBil.', royally American, and one OVflff
arhlch tha oagla .r,!! bji na.ru :t.^ shrili. st.
And the sheriff thbtba thal nmybe thia
may lead to Sulzer aa the cholce- of the
Democratlc Natlonal Conventlon in W16
"Sul/.er waa choren by the will of the
people,'' rald Sheriff Harburger, "and he
wlll commaml the Jetvlnh vote. aa no
cause lt la fcatlsfactory to Oovernor Wll?
aon, who hns sent that word to me."
For Full Stato Prlmariea
Oa tiie subject of d'.reot prlmaru ?? on
A).lcr\ the platform ia vuirue, Mr. Sulzer
?iiH awked: "Are you ln favor Ott dolng
nv.a> Brltb tba Btate conventlon nnd nom
Inatlr.K Bll Btfl-4 otncerK at the prlmarlea?"
"I am." he declared wlth ?mphanla,
"T: .tt ta a matter to be worked out wlth
Mr. Sulzer -__ that hi had not been
runnlng; after the a*__?Ofl_?NSj tior away
rtom lt, but had HBBflflflBlflfll to ba a candl?
date _t the requ'-st of his frlends.
?I have n.>t a< en Mr M"rphy alnce I
enrne to Syrncws..." be ald, "nor had I
for a considerable time before that."
Tho Itepreeentatlve la planr.lng to re?
turn to New York to-morrow nlght II*
espeetfl BB makf> an eatenaivo speakliBg
tour, but no pb_M for lt have heen made
BARNES FLAYS DEMOCRATS
Says Republicans Tried to Take
Judiciary Out of Politics.
Wllllam Harn_4, Jr., chalrman of ?he
;tep'ibli._n State -"ommlttee, Usu?*d th
rollowlng atatement yesterday . o_eera_BJ
the Democratlc tiomluatlona fOB Judres
o: tr.>* Court of Appeala:
The Dem.-ui<' ?or.ventlon hnvlr.g
BhOWfl Its dlsyoaltUm to make tbe ' ourt
ot App-.als _a neerly a solid Democratlc
court _* posh1I<:_ ,f lr now l'''umb.*rit
upon tbr committee appotntod h> the lt-'
publlcmo convention to mak- a notnlna
tlofl <>f a aep-bUeaa to auacaad Judge
The Btata i'.ar Aseoriatlon und t"i
maroua bir anorlatlotie throughout tiie
atate had urged tbe RepubUeoa eo-Tea
tlon to lakd auch actloa a? would root I
ll ; iklns the nomination of 'udgea out
nf pulltlca and DatBO only ori<> of the
Bupretne Cotui Juatlcea tvoai atttlag leav
poratlly aa a Judge ol tha ''ourt of Ap
peali iraving to tbe Do_8oera_e.<?_?
vntlon the opportunity to lndora-j JurlKe
Hlscock und nomlnate a Democrat whom
tbe ll' I ubllcana m._ht propetiy Indorse.
Then arould hav.. been no improprlety
t tba rJ*e_8O0r_tl43 convention had nc
cepte. th** Invltatlon mui" l>v tbe Re?
publican conventlon to take Judge Hls
cocb and named a Democrat of aaaal
ll 'errlty and capaclty whom the H??
nubucan committee, srhleh win meet io
Albari on Baturday, could have Mkewi-e
nomlnated. The r-emoorafic party haa
not nscii nt to adopt this rtew, aod
named for the h'ghent Judlclal Posltlons
ln the state two men without JtKUCUU
axoerience. men not known to the VOtera
of tba atate, aaeti arho, if cieeted. win
i. elected not becaua.- of thelr known
c.pudty or abtUty hut rolely because Be
the r DenioTui y.
Should th. Democratlc eandldate?) be
ancceeoful t li? <ourt of Appeals, wluch
la now tMtmeoeed of four Democrata and
hree Repubficana, will after Jatmary I
1,',. compoaed of rlx D__*oorata and one
1 T-ire la OO valld reason why thls court
Hhouid be oompoaad <>f RepubUcaaa and
Democrata, but ever ain.-e th.? eontei
Ra...atorinl electlon casei of 1881 cam<?
before thut ronrt there haa been througli
,nit tho atate an unwrlttea aeatlBM-t that
n0 one polltlcal party shruld heve eg
?lualve, or nearly excluslve, repreaenta
tion ln that COUTt ln order to PrOtflOt
th.. reputallon of the court itaelf und
to have It held aa freo from vulgar eua
olclon as poKSlble.
The tbOUghtful men of the state wlll
unuuestlonahly regret that the Democraey
has atteinptod to selte. upon an oppor?
tunity whlch no douht wlll turn out to
be trultlaae, to supereede two Republl
cans on the < oui t ol Appcils wlth two
The committee, of whleh __g88 T.
Urackett, of Paratogn. ls chalmmti, wlll
meet to-morrow at the Ten Eyck Hotel In
RUSSELL ASSAILS PERKINS
Also Declares He Has More to
Say About Morgan Fund.
f_B_?tafl K.iwanJ BtaBBfl-. _Ofle_-Bt cen
dldate for (lovenior. and Oustave Stroe
hel, candldate for Ialeutenant Ooyernor.
w.-re th" ptinclpal apeakers at a well at
, tended meetlng of the Soclallst party at
Cooper Unlon last nlsrht
, Mr. UiiBsell attacked Oeorge W, Por-"
I klns, but aald nothing In hla addreas ro
gardlng hiB charge that J. Plerpont Mor
iKan waa asked by long dlstance telephone
by Mr. Uoosevelt to ralse HOO.000 In 1804.
After the meetlng: Mr. Kuasell said:
"If the examlners had only asked the
qtiestlon of Mr. Morgan that I asked them
; to, thero would havo been a dlfferent
letetT. btataad Ot thaa, they only aaked
about u telephone eall. I phall not mako
any namea public now, but shall ezpose
thoae names on Baturday, when I go be?
fore th" boari_"
In his apeech Mr. Rusaell nald thore
were only two partlea, the Sodallat and
another under three namea. He said the
tarlff questlon waa nothing but medlclne
whlch had been served to the public for
forty-flve years nnd had never done any
Mr. Stroebel sald the capitallata. becom
Ing atarmed at the growth of the Boclal
lat party. had lnfluance-d tho newapapera,
magazlnea, cotlegea and even tho pulplta
to become antt-soclallatlc.
ether candidate could. What a cam
palgner Sulser will make upstate among
ihe fanaanl Tr- has the flgure of Lln
coln, tl.at we all l?ve."
Judge Alton B. Parker, who Inalsts he
ls a progres?lv.? Democrat and not a
Thomas Fortune Ryan Democrat. as
Thoni'is Mott Osborne declared, says tha
tlcket ls a strong one. that wll! grow
stronper clny by day
Robert r. Waaner. Murphy's Senate
lea.'ier, BB_d: "It Is a great tlcket. repre.
s.ntlng tho Indlvidual eholce of the dele
gates. Sulzer ls exceptlonall) strong. He
has always been on the rlght slde of
Dl'Mlfl que.tions, and no one has ever
raised a question ns to hls sterllng ln
tegrlty." , at ??
"Tlu tlcket ls another proof, lf one
werii needcl." pali Patrlck ****+.??
Albany machine leader. "that tho will or
the p.ople rrevalls at Democratic con?
ventlon*, and that the chargo that the
Democratic party ls boss-rldden ls wlth
out foundatlon. Wo have our leaders, but
there ure no bosses."
Sei.ator.s Toley and Hoey led a phalanx
of Tamaaany braves who ahaab the hand
of tho head of the tlcket, und all day
long Representative Sulzer, now ealled
"Governor" by the enthuaiaats, kept hls
rlght hand worklng llke a pump handle.
Oaa of Mr. fiuizer s early morning eall
ers was Thomas Mott Oshorne. leader of
the "lnsurg.nl.-." BTbO voted B_-___< bul
zer In the convention. Mr. Osborne aa
torei the candidate he would eupport
hlm. , ,
Slmllar assurances were recelved from
lea.Iers of other "insuraent" elements.
Jacob L. Teney.'k. of Albany. chairman
Oi thfl Rochester Conference, eald thls
"We aro dellghted wlth the outcome of
the Bltuatlon. Home ndfl 1? now assured
for all locallties of tbfl state. We seoure.l
an open conventlon, whlch resulted ln the
nomlnation of Progressive candldatea for
iovernor and Lleutenant Governor.
"unmatched;; says dix
Declares His Duty to Party Is
Albany. Oct. 3.?Governor DU this after?
noon mado hls flrat public comment on the
Democratic State Conventlon, when he
Issued a sfatement w hkh declareil that the
conventlon's indorsement of hls adminis?
tration Jii*tiflcd hls "attltude toward a re
nomlnation" and which concluded: "My
rtutf to my party ls honorably dis?
The Goverr.or alao stated that he had |
lO-MV- rnany telegrams expre.?sing regret
nt the talh-f. raf the party to rer.ominate
hlm Hl> stntem-nt follows:
Kverv jio'.ltleal conventlon is a law unto
The Byracusa conventlon has wlth *n
thuslaam unequ'.vocally Indorsed my ad- .
mlnlstratlon. Kverythlng whlch I have
heretofore sald ln relatloa to a raaoBU* I
i -al .. la consfatent arltb my ifloora a
record unmatched ln any state for real
aggresslve, nro_res?lvo and constrictlv*
legisiation. The Democratic party has
now ln Uh piatform dollberately recog
nlsad _iy aceompllshments by ba*lng Its
nppe;.i for a continuance ln power upon
the etllclent record of the paat two years.
Tiiat fact alone Justlfles my attltude
toward a renomlnatlon.
I hare g'.ven my best thought and
my bflfll effort to the performance of
my ofllclal duty, and no sacrlflce has been
too groat In fulfllltng my public trust.
I have the eonsclousness of knowlng that
during the two years of my adnflnlstra
t'.on us exe.-utlve mucii Mrmaneat good
has resulted for the welfare of tho gen?
eral publl'. and whoever my successor
m:iv be. he arlll enter upon hls offlcial
<i? |e* wlth the state** affalrs In sound
! 1 healthy condltlon, tbe departmetits
co-ordlnatfl- ;t i- well .?v*tematlzed.
My duty to my party ls honorably -!s
WILSON INDORSES SULZER
Warmly Praises Whole New
York Democratic Ticket.
Rlcluii.-.nd, li.d., Ott ">??Governor W'll
Boa commenil?il the nomlnation of Rep
res<-ntrtttve Willtam Pulzer for Governor
and Martln H. Glypn f.>r T.ie.itenant Gov
? r:ior of N?-w York ln the following state
nient tssued from hls traln
The fiaeiom of acttea and of eholce
?.rhlch the conventlon excrctsed must af
teri every Detno-rat real aatlafaetlon. In
rhooalng a candidate It nained a man
?-h ^<e r-pntatlon for integr'ty and Inde
pendODOe ls uutiuesilonaMe, a man of hlgh
prlnclplfl, devoted 'o the public Interest.
..tr Sulzer as the rhi'.rman of one of the
most importnnf cominlttees In Congress
haa shown capaclty and dlscretlon of a
rel . :;ne -.ort. He certalnly deservea tho
. uflor ig'-s of InriepenC.ent men of every
IiIn runnlng mate, Mr. Glynn, has a
vei v enviable reputation l'or capaclty and
I ipendflnce, and the tlcket as u whole 1?
ii klnd to gratify progrtaalTB Demo
ta verv dflflplr. Both candldatea have
, ady Bho*m eharaetar and capaclty ln
: ? tervloe oi the great State Of N"<*w
The Goverr.oi B-M v-nt the following
taaagraM to atab of thfl two BOMtaa*Mi
My heartlest congratulatlonB and good
aiaaaa. I am Rreatly gratlfled by the ac
tloa of the conventlon. \
MADE from the right materUls
in the ig tt way by the rigbt
peop t; three generatione of'
them?men wlth whom brewlng has
always been a labor of love. fcvans'
bending of the luscious malt with tho
fragrant hop brlng* out In a unlque and
delightful form the beat in each, and
^^-U makes the grand old beverage
Try it To-day. K'atauranta and Dea>r_
For First Time Oirects Extend
ed Attack on the President
and His Predecessor.
CALLS T. R. INCOMPETENr
Declares Taft Has Failed to
Alter Policies Begtin Under
Colonel, When Trust*
Indianapolle Oet. I.?For the flrat time
durtng the natlonal campaign, Oovernor
Woodrow Wllaon to-nlght dlrected an ex
tended at'ack on the admlnlstratlone of
President Taft nnd ex-Presldent Roose
veir. Tiie Governor charged thal Colonel
Roosevelt as President bad been founa
? incompetent." Mr. Taft he aald, hafl.
on tiie other hand, failed to alter the roIU
dea inaugurated under President Roo3?
velt's administration. "when truate ar.d
monopolles grew upon a acale net-er be?
fore drearaed of."
In the plctureeque _a____-B8B of a
baseball park the Oovernor saw aprea.
before him to-nla:hl for aeveral hundre-1
feet bl tho bleachera and on the fleld oa
Tho Oovernor launched lmmediately irttfl
hls attack on bla two opponenta. It traa
the first time he mentloned them by :.ama
at any length. The Governor trald.
Whal 1 want to eall your attentlon to
ls that the new thlrd party haa n<*?
drawn to ltseir the full Btrength or e.en
all ?.f t^e prln< ipal leaders of tho rnaur*
gent Republlcana, beeaua? this clrcura
stunce apr*e*la to every tiian who thinks
thti present altuatlcn over; th.. vety tl.lngs
that we are proteatbig a.alna:, the very
<?(. idillona v,' nre tr\ !n?r to alter, ure
present Republican party, because It la
two leader* of the two branehes of th?
present Republican party, because 't H
true that these condittona were J'js? ar
much created under Mr. Roosevelt as the*,
have been created under Mr. Taft
Then.- waa a growth during li!s adrnliv
istratlon of the great monopolles whlci
we eall trtiatM upon a scale never befon
dreamed of antl upon a greater aeata
than haa been charactertstlc of tha ad
mlnlBtratlon of hls aucoeaaor.
Vou have the extraordlnary apecta'.*
of two branches of the Republican par':',
both of them led by men clearly reaponeb
bb- for th.- very condltlons which w. are
a.- klr.g to alter, and tba reeeon that sorrvs
of the*. Ins_rge_t Reptibllcans are not tol-,
lowlng Mr Ho..s.v.-!t. the reason that n\?t
lik.. Mr. La Follette, for exarnpl*. are aot
followlng Mr. Et-oeevelt la tbal they ah
read) have beated Mr. Roneevelt wh< i ne
Waa Preai lent, and bave four. i thn* h-wti
BOt willlnp to co-operate wlt. tr.em along
anv llne that would bi ? ln t..?
checklna; of the evlla ?.f whlci an oin
?o that the leader of the v-rv rr.ove
ment which Ls proposed for oui emandafle
tlon is a B_U) who han been tried ir, two
verv matter .'.nd not found eith.-r ?ijling
or competent to pt.-comnllab the ? uJQfw
tbat x\c now beek. In order to conflnii my
vlew of the matter you have onl> tn r?a?
Mr. I_. Follette'a blography. There ln <1?
tall lt la told how Mr. D* Follette aad
ethera Hke htm carried prop..sul8 Io tna
than President, Mr. Rooaeveltl whlch unuM
have made this campaign InconcelMtiB
and after he liad. feellng hls first gmr,eromi
lmpulse, consented to co-operate wltB
them he sjubaequently drew ba? l< and rt?
fused to co-op<rat? with them, under wnaa
lniluencea I do not cara to oOMecture. ??
cauae lt ta not my duty, and lt would r*a
very distasteful to me, to eall ln queetlca
the motlves of thia eentleman.
Tbal I- not my object or my flaani-? jer
ob> rt ia merely to polnt out the racea,
that the very ocndltlona we are tr. 1n| ta
remtdy wero bullt up under the*" 'wojen*
tlemen. who are the opponent.t of tna j
The Oovernor attacWed the r*i_nfcs ra tbfl
ProKreaslve party platform proposlne 0**
i l.l reforme. He aald:
Is lt not true that when Theodore Hooen
velt waa President of the Unlted ^tatae
t'.e people of the Unlted 8tatej were wl?j
Ing to follow htm whtrever he led? Aaa
where dld ho lead them? When dld BJ
turn ln the dlrectlon of thls great upBfl
of humanlty? How long waa the ccnvie*
tlon dclaved" How Imposslble wes lt W
hlm to aee lt when hla arm waa ?troal
to come to the auccor of tha week, aaa
now he has BflOflJ Bt when he wiahes tflJO*
galn thelr tonfldence whlch by hla tv.Wt
to act he has forfelted.
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