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Starts To-day on Trip to New
Hampshire and Maine and
WILL VOTE IN CINCINNATI
fiimon Wolf Writes Strong Plea
for Taft's Re-election?Gov
ernors Indorse Agricult
ural Bank Scheme.
'Krom a Rtaff rvMreeporulent cf The Trlbtmrl
Itevorly, Mass. (irt. B.?Thls ls Presl
dml Taft's lnst nftghl ln Reverly for thls
? n He iame to Parramatta on
July 4. brlnalna Mrs Tafl wltb him. i.ut
was compelled to return to Washlngton
bocanse Of. the lont: SeSSlOB of Congress.
He returned BB soon as Congress ad
Jouraad, oo Augut IT. an<i rias **** r,0^',
ever strre. exrept for oceasional trlps,
mosily by niitomobl'.e. throtiRh the mr
Acoompnnied by Mrs. Taft nnd Becre
tary Of State knox, Mr. Taft wlll leave
?rbv motor early to-morrow for Ports
iraooth, N* H., and Poland BprtngS, Me.
'They wlll nturn here on Frlday, nnd
,Mrs! Taft wlll remaln in Beverly tmtll
IpaeUorj Day, when she will go to New
York. Mr. Knoa lefl Washlngton to-day
'to .1o!n Mr. Tafl here.
The Presid, nt wlll b-ave on Frldfty nlght
[tor Oambrldga BprteKB, Penn. where he
la to r-penk OB Saturday nt tbe dedl^atlon
of the Natleoal Pollah Home. He will po
' thence tO Washlngton, nrrlvlng ln the
1 national capltal on Buflday morning nnd
^remalnlng there untll November 2, when
be wlll co to Newark, N. J.. to speak at
the unvelllng 0< a monument to Oeorge
?Washlngton. He wlll then go to Clncin
*atl to vote.
Simon Wolf's Strong Plea.
The President recelved from Slmon "Wolf
\tha fsUowfttf copy of s letter Mr. Wolf ls
fipendlng td hla friends, urglng the re
fhlection of President Taft:
' There ls 00 reason whatBOOVOr why any
?Republican who is sane should vote other
tthan ror Pt-eeideat Taft's re-election He
)kaa b.*-n trled and not found wantlng.
Tl.e countiv is pri ln all dtrec
tions. H\n adrnlnletratlon has been Ju'
.'dieial. Juaidoua, human- and ln
set.-- t wlth all the tradl
? cf .. . nent and ln accordance wlth
the fundamental prlndplea embodted ln
'the Constltutlon r,f tbe l'nlted Btatea
For more than a half century I hnve
been a close stu.i.nt of Amerlcan poiitics
end am thoroughly conversant wlth the
-(.rk accompllaned by tl i- Prealdenta of
'the Unltad Btatea from tha tlme m Un
coln \ and wlthrMit dlaparaglna
ni;v of hlB i rs 1 am free to
6t..te that ln my ?
vatlon t; ? i been a
President the word than
Wllllam Howard Tafl
If anv objectlon or complalnt can le
ni.'t'i" againat Ms admlnlatratlon it is
that h, Ja nol b QamboyaQl orator or a
polltldan; thal he haa looked to
the interi sts of the > ? p thre of
natlonallty or creed, "i even party, to
tii< ? for thc
high, gift. i vtdenclng
patrlotlam of the hic r, for whlch
.1 and not con
\ fe&rng --'eiiis to have been creatrd
nmong a < ci t--iui number of Republleana,
tbat it Would ?>? saf.i under present con'
dlftoris t< '' than
more certalnry aet ire tba defael >'f Mr.
? v. it. No courai a sul
. I or uncatled for. The ? ;i'thly
tha- BeVeira electlon, and
to elect Mr. Wilson is almply for the
!;.?[. indon bla life
long prlnclples and vote for a man who
repreBt party a;.4i a pldtfbrm r.f
n< k.,- ? ? ll never work.-U
proBi erlty or boat int.-r.-sts of
the country, but always ln oi
nll thi reB the Republican partv
, -,1 whlch m<as\:r<-s uniformly
<ontrlbut"l to ' ; perlty and pi
of tbe nation.
Thc Democi lt poalna now ln the tlon'a
akln ia nothing more !han tlu? same o\d,
Vtmoi ral ? ? ? itlon, and the ears
Of the Jack stick out under the Kulse.
His Reeord Deserves Support.
There ls nothing ln the reeord of Mr.
iTaft'a llfe, In all ihe vafioua positions ot
*?<iior and dlgnity that he has filled that
'ahould deprive hlm of a solld support ol
|*he Keputtiitian party, and iiidepmulent
j mocratfl no h-ss. Thia is no tlu.
a.lncoln eald, to swap horae* when -
Jng the Btream. J.4-t us hold on to what
ve boya and not by o.ir vo
v tory for our llfelong enamy. Tha
I |la of the third party has no longrr
'anv terrors. It has nad ita day and wlll
fall back Into the obllvlon to whlch it
_elonga and leave not a trace behlnd.
From all the-Information tliat I am able
to gather hy oorvoapondenee and otaer
wi>i. from all parts of thr- Unltad States
alded effort ani reaarva froni wa
v. ..-.? foi Prealdent
Therofore, from now on to trn> day
',*>! electlon let us work and watch and do
out duty as Republleana, and do not let us
Irlbuta ly our apathy, iudlfrt-r. j
I s to the daTfrnful of the great party
'cr<at>d and BUPPOXted by Abiaham L_n
,cota ai..l Ulyasea S. Grant.
I.et us not forget the d!aasters that fol
?lowerl on Clevelfind's t.rft eler-tion, When
fm the helghta ?t prosperity we s.-mk
nto tbe loweat deptlia of nnantaal and
?juslness dist: i
The President received repHsa fiom BBB.
?rul Oovern''rs to b'.s letter, asklm: opln
lona regardlng the scheme for an agrl?
cultural bank fcrmulated by Myron Htr
rlck. Ambapsador to France.
Oovernor Stelnhnrt "f Mlnnesota de
c'.ires himself "ln hearty accord wlth the
propoR4Bd movement to estabttsh a bank
tng t-yat/m of CO-OperaUvfl 4 redlt thut WlU
afford the farmlng community the same
facilltles that are now- enjoyed by com
merclRl and Industrlal llneB."
Governor Pothiir of Rhode Island wrltrs
that he ls in hiarty BaWOTd wlth the I'n -
Ideatf l nnd wlll be ejnd to fur?
ther tb4- plan in any way poasible.
Oovernor Baldwla of t'onnectlcut, a
Iiemocrat. throws cold water on the
pi 'ieme, sayln? the Incorporatlon lawa of
m*M*cirtlrul sre alraady very Uharal, At
parently Governor Baidwin fears sr ?
infrlngenient of state rlghts might be m
Indoraed by Governor Foas.
i;, .. of Massachueetts, anoth?
er Dpanocrat, wrltea most'cordlaliy. aay
g- i, ((.mn.enilatlon for the estab
uahrnent ef land mortgaao hunks under
Btate aupervlalon, and rnilowlna subatan
tlally the system eatablla l many,
iir>iK_ls Btrongly to nn- as a meaaort
t.ui,.,. fer Kieht beneflt upon our
Governor V- rsay of Hoi.th I>?kota
?wrltea encouraglngly of the 8clietii4;, as
doeia Oovernor Gordsboroufh of Marybuto.
Governor Bles i says
he wlll b" glad to eo-opcrnte. and he
i.rges the Presld. nt to attend the confer
mce of Qoaarnors la be hold ir, itici,
One Of the most emouraging letters
C4?rne? from Oovernor Maaa of v. ?
I regard the matter et your rominunl
cation as ver.v Important, as a propei so
lutton'of lt will be rrtost advantiigcods to
the agrlcult'nal hitcnsita "f th
Htatea, uDd 1 r^haU be.veiy glad for Bj
, plarf fo Iv- woik.d oul whlch wf 11 me,-t
i conditions ln all of the Btatea, and for a
? ,rm law to ? d by the states |
rJn refarenco to thls matter. 1
JLKS of the
T-Mwln T. Parclay. Republican and In?
dependence League candldate for the As
scrnhly ir. tl.e 7th Dlatrlct, ls waging ai.
eiii-rgetic eantpalga. The fact that tlu*
dlatrlct la normally Democratic and that
thla yr-ar a thlrd candldate Is Ifl the fleld
ln Mr Hnrclay's opttilon BSOaB? only an
addltlonal incentive to llght* hard for vlc
Mr Barclnv played n prominent part ln
reimltlng hls party ln the Tth after a
Mtter racttonal llght, and polnta with
piiih- to the old frlendshlpa that have
beon renewed and new ones formed as a
result. "Cl-an politlcs, honr-at iwpro*
aaartatloa and *-fflclr-nt and sana leglala
tlon comprlsi- my platform," aaya Mr.
Harclay "and wlth a unlted party behind
me and aaaurances of BOpport from many
br-longing to other parties 1 hav. every
confkh nre of aueoeea"
Mr. Barolay's Independeat atand on the
Masarichuaetts ballot is aet fortli ln th"
followlng letter which ha ar-nt to the
I have voted the Ifaeeaehueetta ballot
and pi-rsonallv fr-el that it ia a good meana
of recotxllng a choice hy a man of tair
edueation. hut there ar.- those who havlng
acuulred tha hablt of ualng the old form
ballot with the cmhlem. would be pla**ao
rloufl dleadvantage and ln many ln
a'.ances even loso thelr votei
1 conalder the rlght of de.-larlnK hia
choice for candldatea for offlca the BU*
pr^nir- right of man. Ha haa no other
be ahould value ao highly except hia
rlght of life. and therefore Ihe act Of
suffrage should ba made as easj* and alm*
pl.- as pr>s--!lile The polyglot populatlon
this country ia rapldly scqulring makes
it neceaaary to elear polltical action* ao
that ali men may have an equal cbance.
I have atat'd my oplnlon, roverned hy
my actual experlence, how T peraonaily
feel toward such a hallot. but my action
in thls matter. as in all others. would
of neceaslty be based on the requlrements,
guahncatlona and demanda of my con
BtJtuenta and Ihe voters In general.
Thankltie **0*J for the interest taken
ln my cfrndldacy and earneetly hoplng
for aupport agnlnst flagranl evlla now
extant Ifl our body politlc and sinoerely
promtsing my honest and Impartial ef?
forts to remedy auch, belleve me to be
yours for clean p"Htlcs.
"Mr. Rarclay waa bOrn in Joreof City,
ln 1~7. of old Amerlcan onceatry, hla
parents havlng been dlreetly deeeended
fmm orlginal aettlers of both Xew York
and New .Teraev He received h!s rdu
cation ln the publlc schools and entered
on a husint-ss career at an early age, in
whlch he has been highly succesaful
Mr. Barelay la married and llvea at N'o.
H ffeat 21st street. Manhattan
At the laat reguiar meetlnu of the 13th
Aaaembly District Republican CTrah
I were madf hy Wlllliirr Henkel,
I'nlted States marshal and execntlve
member; Henry Boonort, candldate for
the Asaemhly, and T. F. IfcOown. There
waa a large attendaoce. Laat night the
eleetion district captalna met at the club
house, and plans were made for a house
to-house eanvaaa of the dlatrlct and the
dlatrlbutlon of Taft and ll.-dg-a lltho
Two iiutdoor met-tlngB are belng held
, -u-h nlght ln the li?th Aaaembly Dlatriet.
?wlth Alexander Brough. candldate for
CdoaTea*: JoW P. Vawger. candidate for
the Senate. and Charles H. Wilson.
didate for the AaaemMy, na spcakna.
J. Adam Bode, who tralltd ("olonel
Rooeevelt on the Proareaalva nomlnee'a
last trip through thr- Mlddla Wtbt, will
be the prlnclpal epaaker at the rally of
tho Central Republican Club, No. IN
Lepox avenue, to-nlght.
Willlam Cannlng. RepubMcan captaln ln
the 1st Eleetlon Dlatrlct of the 9th As
sernblv District. aprang a surprlae on his
Some of the Democratic Man
agers Getting Nervous.
*i>. Trlaijraph to Th~ Tribune.!
Prlneeton, N. J.. Ocl. 22.-I'ressure is be?
lng brought to hear trora many quartera
,o perauade Governor Wilaon to reauma
hla place on the Btump. Pome of the
Democratic manag. ra are getting nervous
Ti~e aovernoi'a frtenda In ali pnrta are
advtalns blin that It is a danaerooa thlnjr
to remaln allent at thls crlUoal stage in
tba I'resldential conteet
I^tters and tetarrams are arriving ln
large numbera. < ither urglng or demand*
iS for the 1.1 Ot the partv that the
Govenae* set Into the thlck of the eam*
palga without further delay. Th.- part)
1, fcders anS party workera tippear to b
unanlmoua ln the rlew that Qovernor
Wilson is ahaolved fn-m hla promlae to
the publlo, made the day after Mr. Uooae
velt waa ahol not to dlscuss the thlrd
party or Ita iasues as long aa "Mr. Roose
vel; was iying 111 ln the hospltal."
It la evident tliat the Governor does
not lntcnd to take ndvantoge of the tech
nlcal unaalng 4.ffered by tlie removal of
Mr. RooaeVJ t from tho hospltal to hla
heme ln Oyster Hay, and Intenda to ad
atrlctly to hls programme not to
angaga actlvt-ly m thi campalgn as long
Bl Mr. ROOMVelt la out of tho hght.
After a hard dny's vork ln hla olflce ln
the itate Bouae hl Trenton. the Governor
"Tiiere ls no change In my pluns; noth?
lng definite has been doetddd about tiie
speaking datea and no declblon wlll ">e
made until Mr. RoOMWlt has leoovered "
The Governor spent several hours at
tendlng to state bualness and answerlng
hls correspondence. One of hla callera
was Kdwatd B. Oroeecup, chairman of
the atate committe, who Jolned ln urglng
the Govenjor to muke a few speer h.-s in
NeW Jetaey ln behalf ef the candldates
for the I^gislature. It ia probable the
Governor will have jomethlng tu say
withln a few days about tii4? stn'.e jlec
Tbe Governor was lnvit.-d earller ln the
day at the state Ifouae Into Beerttary
Tumnlty'e oflice to llaten to one of hls
own ipeeehei oa ? phooJ>ciaph. Whal
he really heard, how'ver, was nr?t hi
own volCO, hut a parody on bla < ampalgn
atterancee, whleh InHuded many of his
pei phraeea The Governor ndmitt.-il that
"the jr>ke waa OO him nnd said that he
had enjoyad the phoaotrapb speech. "I
recogntsed the rotM Of the p.rpetiator of
lh" .loke,'' hr- ,-ulile.l. "bul I wlll forglve
WILL HOLD DEBATE IN CHURCH.
The Mount Morns Haptist fhunh. Fifth
avenue and lZtith Btreet, wi!' ba open to
a tluec-cornered polltical debate OB Fri?
day evenlng at 8 o'cIik k. The spr-skr-ra
will be Hoibert paraons, for the Itepnbli
rana Llndoh Bates, ir. for the progres*
sives; charles M. Mason, for the Demo*
crata The speaui-rs \Mll be ia'oweil thirty
minutes each. AUmisalon ffn be free.
BDWIM T. BARCLAY.
RepnbUcan candldate for Assembly ln the
frteada ? few days ago by announclng
that he had married Mlaa Gertrude D.
Keogh, of We?t New York. N. J. An ln
tereetlng featura of the afTair ia tbal
Mr i aantng had fuat returned frora a
loag trlp abroad and had opportunltlee
to see womee of nearly every race aad
ettoM befora he choee the New Jereey
young woman for hls Wtfe
The district club gave a ncoptlon for
Mr. and Mra Caanlng at the clubhouse
on Monday nlght, which was attended by
U:r. ?? hundred peraoaa U. H. Blako,
leader of the dlatrirt. extended tbe club'a
congratulaUona Inmoet graceful faahloa
Tiu- Pederal Republican Club of tbe Rh
Aaaembly District held ? Mg rall? laat
niKht at tiu- elubbouea, In Avenua C Aa*
sembylman Harry Kopp, Aldennaa I ranli
j. Dotzler, Morrla Welea and
Tam.' nbaum were the epeahora
a maai mot tlng wlll he held thla evei
ing at the beadojuartere of the
can Unlon. Ne Ut Baal Bat itreel rh<
Bpeakera wlll .*? 0? len L. M I
S Waiter Kaufman, candldate foi i on*
Kreaa m tbe ISth Diatrlet; M" Oreen*
herg-T. candldati for the Beaate, and
juiius Hallbelmer, candldati for the Aa
Republican County Committee meet
Inga to imp Taft. No
149th atr- ' peakera, Petei Zucker and
Albert Otttnger. Bterllng Rai
Clubi No. Ml Weat MMb .-tr I
Willlam V. Btambaugb and Wl
Wadharn -. < amp Hedgi a, Ltfith
Abrabam Oruber. B. W. B. Brown nnd
Willlam i Amoa No< nda) n
Travellera League, No IM Broadway;
Bpeakera, Bidaey Roaamen aad it. V
WILSON PRAISES NEGROES
Promises Them Fair Dealing if
An lnvlt-ii'on te addr
ara Of thla dty on Saturday wafl I
yesterday by Qovernor Woodrow '
who wrote to Blahop Alexander Walti
that ln ? low of his eancelllng ev.
:-agem"nt In deference to tbe dle*
abiiity of Colonel Rooeevell to take the
stump ba dld not feel tb il be could pi -p
erly accept otlnra.
lt would givo him great pleaaure. G-.v
errior Wilaon Bald, to asaun- t
feiiow dtleena of bla earneat aieh to aea
juatice rh.ne tiiem in every matter, aad
j not mr-ir- grudglng Justlce, but j
I adiDinistr-ied with Uberallty and ?
good feellng. The Governor then sdded:
j The colored people ot the Unlted Btatea
i huve made extraordlnar) progresi to
waul Belf-support and ibiefulnesa ,-md
i ought to be i ni ouraged in evei
ano i i'M" i wa) M) Bympeth* e li I
i ia f.f tong atandlng, and i want to i
them ti.iougn rou thal Bhould i become
'President of the ITnlted Sut. ?< they may
'count upon ma foi absolute fali d
and foi averythlng by whlch i could
asaiat In sdvancing the lntet.--t.-, of thelr
race In the Unlted statr-a.
Willlam F. MeComho, chairman of tbe
Democratic Natlonal t'otnmltte.-, sent a
long tr-leifrnm yeaterday frora Chlcago,
where he baa been conferrlng wltb lead?
ers Of the West and Mlddls Weat, declar*
ing that lie -a? BStlaAed Oovernoi wil?
son wjMild cairv nearly all tiu- Weatern
and Northweetern atatea.
FUND INQUIRY NEAR END
Senators Will Ask About Bev
eridge Campaign To-day.
Waahlngton, Oct 12. Wltb tba exam*
Inatloo of wltnessea Bununoned for to
gaorrow tha beaate campalgn contrlbo*
tions eommlttee axpecta to Onlah tba in
reetlgatleo aa bo far plannad und to ad?
journ until after eiectlon.
Tha Hinews uf war furnlslied to Albert
j BeverMga for hia rou campalgn In
Indian.i will h?- the bOUBla of tO-moriOW'a
Inqulry, end Benator Beverldga and tba
ini-n aesodated wlth him la that campalgn
have been BUmraoned tg appear.
in his axamlnatlon of Oeorge W, i'.-iii
ins yeaterday Benator Pomerene became
lnvolved in u heatod eontroverey with the
wltneaa, who said ho romomborod Band
baf only lin.iilnl to Mr. BOVOlidge, whlch
the latter returned. Thls lu- tr tn. ml . red
because he "alSBoot dropped daad" when
>hr- noaey came back. Benator t*omer*
aaa dedaied Ma informatlon waa that
|H,tM or $Ci"i,fiOO h,id been .-r nr-t Into
Indiana by Mr. Perklna. Hr- wanta th'
matti-r l learr-d up now.
Benator Beverldge is buey with the
Prognaslve <-nmpaign In Irnllana. where
h4 la runnlng for QoVOTOOr, and tna\ imt
he ahlr- to |ome to Washlngton until afte;
eleetlon. othei wttaeeeea aesodated with
him ln the 1904 campalgn have promlsed
to be on han.l to-niorrow. No wltm.sies
were exnmlned to-day.
A POSITION FOR YOU.
yo'i use Ths Tribuns's SituationB
HIllES SAYS WILSON
Declares He Is Purposely Biind
to Achievements of the
CALLS HIS SNEERS FOOLISH
Chairman Asserts Democratic
Candidate Knows Taft
Has Sailed Ship to
Chairman Hilles of the Republican Na?
tional Commltte. took ex'iption v.-ster
day to the statmient made by Governor
wilson in Delaware the other day thnt
the shlp of state umler President Taft ,lid
not have a pilo!
"Governor Wilson knowH." AsOlBred
Chairman Illlles, "that President Taft
BOt only kMW the polltlcal, lndustrial
and deaaagoalc shaals la tha aourss he
was pOTBUlnff, btfl k.-pt UB Bhlp away
from them. Ha known that Prealdenl
Taft saiie.i a dlrect cooras t" th.- harbor
of proaperlty and that hls statocraft
anabled hlm to avolrl tne Dfl harterl reoft
Whlch personal egittn-m an.l poHUcal am
liiiion Bometlmea create aad whlch mako
mll l.i'f for tlu- pilot who has BOt ihe
?tl purpoaa to Btcer atralghl by tho Con
Mr. Hilles added:
Oovernor w:i>on avolda tin- reeord-of
Prealdent Taft's admlnletratlon He r
liberately Ignorea th.- fact ihat with tha
:. v there came lo Pn Ident Taft
Mrtiv.. ami complex problema, Me falls to
give th-. Prealdent credlt for aolvtng theae
problema ie thla tn.. postUon i"r a man
to taka who ssplrea to be President "f the
Kvery buslness man knows that Preal?
denl Taft's admlnlstratton has st<
through and IWI) floin thO effaOtS of tho
panlc of 1807 Into the h-ginnlng of a period
ol proaperlty and Inoustrlal progreas,
liurlng Prealdent Taft's admlnlatratlon
? < onflden* e, w hl< b had been
was reatorad and proaperlty 4i>
li is ffoottsh of Oovernor Wilson to
sneer at our proaperlty and President
Taft's admlnlatratlon Uoea he wl h to
Invlte i w th 11 ? '..i * i '> ino
>-r;i11<- admlnlstratton Waa that adtnln
Istratlon st^^i i BU4*oeasfnU* ' More than
any other admlnlstral i n'?r
Wilson's llfetlme, thal one rolled ..nd
drlfted. l?l.i tt rteei oi move from dl
turbance .md depreeslon to < wfldence .md
ntrai -. ' 1' <rrlft??>!
Into dlsl ? ind not untll
after th.- declalve defeat In IIN of the
'?' ? .:. ri"W'
? ' : toi. tl Id I ? arid pros
p? nt v begln t" r?-v Ive
It la no retlect ly or
theae thlnara Wlth fai ? ? tperten
thai ? '< ? Wllaon hns
to-day. 1 not ea
Ref' prl .' e-nnr
w.i.r.n thal a "i'.. tfothlng" t.tj waa
r, Chairman li that
mlntstratl ? that It was
oul - f the queatlon t.> menUim i
t ..n td enu
m< rate .. fea of them, " ?; a Idad
if tbe more im
pori >nr Arhl Kl Taff
d-, for ?.. r, people a Hthe of
ahai I'.- I i' Oov
,.r. ,,,-,-? b not ft
:i ..' ! is lnter< a- |n
of th.- daj lf ) ? .1 mls.
??? ..... ' ? .
Ami i spirit whlch must
John I' : rl.-m snd ax-Congreaa
? ! AdSffl 14.'.- '
tellera" who followed ,-,, ti> l R<
throughoul th< Wesl vvni taka the stump
agaln ln New- Jeraey to-morrow nlght.
They aill alpo apeah la thal stat.i
Prfday and KTast waek they
wlll speak in Pennsylvanla, Weat Vlrginla
JUDGES' HORSES TO RACE
Court and Jurymen to See a
Contest at Goshen.
i Tetsarreph ? ? Thi i rll ona |
v . i ?-1 ?:: Thnradas after*
a at ' tot th<- "hoSS" ra<e to
he trotti d .. ? i ?. n's hlstorlc traok
County Clcrk Jamea D McOlffeii wlll acl
,-,? start, i ? ??! I. "f the " " Ill e, ]i.
Two "f Ihe starters wlll be Hwprcme,
Court JuBtloe Arthur B Tompktne, .,f
who ls holdlng c, urt h. I.-, w ho
v. ill dilv, hla fast mare, Llttla KatS, and
? 11-.- Judge Beeger, of Kewburg, who
win drlve An ? ?; v i:i adjo un
early that afternoon, and tha lawyers and
jurymen wlU hnv. aa oppprtunlty to arlt*
? aee ;I -ii proml ? ?? t<> i,_ fuii ,,f
BXi Itl lo- nt
jiidK<- Tompklna had his mare ahlpped
i -.t weak from Nyack, a; !
the trach aarly each morning to drlva
ber before the openlng "f the court.
Amast Is nt the trach and is ready to go
. ?? ,.r his nf.- f-.i Judga Beegi r
WAR OVER PETITIONS
Putnam County Progressives
Fear They'll Lose Places.
The Progresslvea in Putnam County, N.
v, fear ihat two of thelr pettUona nom*
Inatlng certain candldataa wlt] be declared
vold. Justlce Bfllls a Whlte l'lalns yes?
terday Dled an order declarlag vold a
peUtlon <if the Progrtrraslvea which in
dorsed I'uncati C. legur, the PamocraUc
candidate for Assembly. who is oppoalng
John r. Tale, tiie Republlaaa pomlnee.
It was found thai close to forty-six ao
rotled Democrata bad Blgnad the petlUoo,
whlch .iiidw,- Illlla Bald waa alearly a
vlolatlon ol law.
Ait.-r thls had been dlspoaad of there
waa further trouble for the r^rogresslvea,
They brought tha electlon oonualaslouera
all Um waj from Cannol to Whlte Plalaa
on a writ of mandamus to ahow o i
why thi- BBBSSS Bf Cei laln candidates
should liot be pritited oll UlS ballot. As
on- petltion of the party haa be<-n il
elarad Ulsgal, they beajaa a legai baltle
lo have another petiiloi;, whlch Ih now
i up m th.- aafa ol Bhertft WUllaia
.i iioyie uf Wssteheeter Couaty, ordered
'Ihe Progrr'sslves assvrt ihat Wllbur J.
M.i'oy, a Justlce of th.- peaee, of i;,ir
rlsons, ohIaliMil 771 Blgnera to DOtJUOM
he handled, enough for both the Assem
blv and county offlc-s. I ut that he ,11,1
not appear Wlth the UatS on Monday
nlght, and later, lt ls SllSged, he dematid
Sd 11 ii nainc, or $771, before hi' would sur
reader tin- Hats
Thls potltlon ls thn one tho Sheriff has,
:mr| It was only obtalned by aervlng a
writ of replevjti qji McCoy. Justlce Mllla
last. nlght ordered Mi'oy hefoie him
HEOGES COM WITH
Republican Candidate for Gov?
ernor Urges Voters to Form
Their Own Opinions.
BEST DAY OF HIS GAMPAIGN
Oreeted by Big and Apprecia
tive Audiences All Along the
Line in Delaware, Che
nango and Broome.
IPmm a Mtaff Corre-pondent of The Trlt.une.1
Plnghamton, N Y., Oet 22.?If surfaee
liidt.-atlona at politleal me> tlngs count for
anytblng, ,i"i> B, Hedges. Uepubiican can
dldate for Oovernor, is aohd wltb thr- vot?
ers of ihla part of the Btate In Delaware.
Chanango and Btoobm eonntlee to-day,
wliidlng up lu-rc to-nlght. be had big au
dleacOBa whlch Ilatern-d to him wlth close
attentlon and apphiudr d liis views with
?Th.- power of the boaaea/' Mr. Hedges
told the voters, ?'la the admltted Inoom*
peteaey of men who haven't the manhoorl
to go fo the polla and vote thelr own
optnlona i want tbe rotera to tblnh on
politleal nubjeeta ""i| when i know they
are really ihinking on tt" leeuee thia ye.tr
I'li be content t" take thdr rerdlct every
Mr. Hedges waa greeted here by n ltvely
audlence whlch Blled the Btone Opesa
House iiis apeer-h was preceded by a
meetlng at Kndlcott, where he addresoed
an audleaee of workera ln a time doCk
At NorWleh there were two big noon
BieetlngS, one In the square in front of
ti,,. COUII Houae, where several hundred
peraons gnthered to hear Mr. Hedgoa de*
nounoa Tammany Hnll nnd urg.- vot.-ra to
elect tbe RapubUcan tleket thla year as
the only means of preventlng Tammany
frora eontrolllng the statr- government for
two yeara mora The ar-cond waa ln the
local theatre, wlure Beveml hundred
rootera wenl without thr ir '.un. h
enii to h?-ar him apr-ak.
Enjoys Automobile Parades.
\ feature of th- eandkiate'a rereption
in KorWlCh waa an automobile parade
Whlcb .-scorted him from the railroad ata
tlOO to thr. COUTt bOUee, Bad a feature
i.t" the paradr- was the Ms Bag-draped au>
ahlcti Mr. Hedgea r
.,.., I,-. MU Rthel .i-weil. who
? . een whli h she divtded
wlth thr- . .mrlldate.
At Cortland tl i n waa another Mg auto
moblle i arade throuah tbe '-lf- ' '
Mr Hedgea made hlfl Bpeech ln the thea
v dghty eara in
the line Along the atreeta throu?-h
wi re Bcorea
?red for Hedges
... -|- ,r, ;.. tv,. although the
.? the middle of the sfter
, ,,,. ,. . ? ? lent time poaalhle
f,,r a polltli ??: ? ?" T,,"r" ,hr*T1
.1 thouaand ? nthustagtl ; ? "*?? ,f"'
All along tlie llne, frron the inountalns
.4 Delaware County to thla .-ity, way ata
r,, i,,.u thi- Republican
Mr. Hedgea waa preachlng, in
aptte ot th'- Inclement weather. Take it
. | , M Hedgi
u waa the beat day he haa
Bpalgnlng, and he
savs a 111,in WOUld ha'
ItUU! human and I ?< ' *?*
? ,,t to be highly gratlfh 1 aad
? ? 11.
Mr. ile'!a,?a hrOUght this mesaage to all
hl* audiences: "1 say to rou, ln the nn
. j, your handa off proapeHty. I
Bay to you. ln tlu- state. put your handa
n nnd tear It out of A ?
| 1 thM B little >'har.v-frzj
tion of Colonel Rooeevelt, whlch seemed
1 haven't any Quarrel with <*oionei
Rooeevelt nr any of oui Progreealve
i,-;: 1 say th* most progreealve
la tn ' ome with ua for
l ..ui taki you further than you <-an go
? ? -i 1 'olonel Roosevelt waa
abro ol foi 1 couph of yeara Me re
. : ! fi- .: I io hls ?*re.it surprlse.
country had kr-pt on golng just
["hen ne organlsed im- new
parti i" help him < atch up n ith th
i^rej-a under a Republican ad*
Afraid HeMI Never Catch Up.
"I'm afraid he'll nrver catch up," com*
mented a big farm. ? at Marathon, one of
? ?lon atopa.
"There maj thlng in that." ad
mltted Mr. Hed,
"He'a had hla day." contlnued the
?Well, 1 haven't bad mln- yet," re*
t,.rtr-,i Mr. Hedgea, "aud 1 wanl rou to
rote foi- me, bo 1*11 :,'? I II That'a the
Th.- flrat riay'a meetlng waa .1 Bydney
at lu a. m. an.l Mr Hedgea BpOke on
th, tariff ami other natlonal laauee before
taking -u. ihs candldaey and atate issue-*.
??Tiu- 01.iy hope of defeatlng the Repub
rtj in the nation thla yeau
i,.. 'ia t,, perauade enough people who
are temperamentally unhappy 10 t.r- sutti
clently more unhappy ao that they wtll
aomethlng they don't know any*
He deflnod the Progresalve programme
... "anythlng whlcb is not Defttocratic or
.,!,;,?.?? l-'ni- himself, lu- said:
.\s .1 RepubUeaa 1 am In favor of evary
nroposltlon rn batterment in the Fro*
Jrreaslve platform. 1 would llke to have
' , ,|, -.1 , v.-: \ man "' that party
carrled ..ut so far aa ll means moral, *o
cui and polltical Improvement. You 4-an
not ask more than that from the ltenuh
Ucan candldate for Qovernor, but nobody
can perauade mr- that wh;h- they are do*
ln,. lt ihe) can regeneyate itu- race; no*
i??is pan i? rsuade me that you can tell
., rium truthfull) rou wlll leglslate a ton
,,i' coal Into bla cellar.
There la nothlng myatertoua m politlcs
that we cannot tals outrlaht in open
meetlng, 1 could stand hen tor houra
und dlscusa what i kiu.w about Tammany
II.,11 and I don I want any one to think
,,* ,, | |usl Tammany Hall; i want you
to think' of lt aa a I] it< ni for tha pur*
poaa of obtalning money ln a manner that
peoplfl USUall) do not obtaln lt who have
. ii :espect
Now, whai haa tiappj ned up here ln the
statr ? it is-not falr for ua to just onsrge
Tammany Hall win. doing thlnga we
know, however, thal Taraman* controlled
ihe last adminlstratlon, We know it was
promlsed to be ,i I ualneea adminlstratlon,
aud wa know thal Tammany Hall dld
buaineaa every mlnute. And yel we know
of tiu- hypoensy of Tammany Hall. Ha\
Ing taken Qovernor Dia 1 glve him
credll of good Intentlona havlng taken
him ami aapped every ounee of inde*
pendent manhood put of him. they threw
him aatde lik.- h aqueesed lemon beoauae
they could not go through the Btate with
I im as a candldate and re-eleet him, and
so they Juat lalrl him polltlcally ln hla
totub anrl WTOte an .-pitaph, that ls all:
"Here Uea u good man. hu| he eould not
I..- made to ll? any longer; therefore we
eannol ke.-p him any longer." We have
wltnesaed tblnga that wouM Bhake a
man s fatth In New Vork State were wo
nol QUJte competent as a rulo.
Dix Brand of Economy,
Next came the nieetinga at Norwich.
8r?echea at Ureene and Chcnango Korks
and the big r^r-tlng aml recr-ptlon at
Cortland fullowtai. At all theae places
Mr. Hedges spoke along the lines taken
by him In hls Sldney speech. Among
other things he had a word to aay about
the Dix Jorand of economy and a proper
I don't see any reason ba _?tfaM
whv tho State of New York should not
save enough money ln Its ec0"0"1!'^, "
admlr.lstration to pay a large P** *****'
the Interest m Its public debt IJe trou?
ble is In mafclng economies in a t-tate au
mlnlstraUoB. I say to you. when im
Governor 1 won't have a man on the pa>
roll ef the state who Isn't eamlng WS
nay. and I don't care what Is the name
of the man who put him there. even if
made a bad appolntment ?vaelf-arm '
mlght for I don't clalm to be perfectlon.
Mr. Hedgea also devoted brlef attention
to HeSSrB, Htraus and Svilzer. saylng:
I see that my frlend Mr. Btrauiji the
Othei day promlsed ihat lf he ?w^ '
Governor. whlch he m-edn't worry about
he would edpe tuben;ulu*-ls out of Ite
Btate of New York Thlnk of lt. Ati l
^tt^M'because he WSUtS
to wlpe out the State of NCwY orkjBfld
I im in favor of you anri myself <beeauae
we want thc state of New Tork to sta>
but we want lt to bedeceat, and we_ n
lt to repiesent everybody and gl\e ****?
body the best that .-an be glyen under
the law. Tbat'S all 1 can promls.-.
M.-etings at Marathon. Whitney Polnt
and Bndlcott preceded the nlght moetlBg
b4-re. Kx-Senator Gcorg- Gn-en, S"nat4,r
Harvey Hlnmaa aud BaaMiel L. Smlth.
state committcman for thls dlstrlet, met
the eandidate and hls party Bt Whitn.y
polnt ati4l aaeortad them to thls city.
In hls speech here tO-fllghl Mr. Hedges
i ask the Ptegreastves to ba aa fhlj
wlth BM aa J am wlth them. All I B*B
them 10 do la to st.iv wtthlfl thi- llrnlts
of the ConstltuUon snd Uia law. weaaa
l war once in thls rountry. and my father
partlcipated In lt, and hc losr his lire
contendlng that tiie atate should not with
draw from the t'nlted Statr-s. and I am
contendlng to-day that th.- United Btatea
shall nol Wlthdraw from the i onstltu
?"have no quarrel wlth Mr Sulzer, but
i sn\ tliat no man eaa be a part ol tna
nt nf- of Tammany Hall and raiao
the moral level of the State of .New \ ork
b] a,, tnuch as a hundredth part ?r a
atngle Inch They have taken a court.Of
this state and reduced it to the vaaaaiage
of offlceholders. In the same breath. wlth
n trlek of rhetoric. they have 1 .-.lu.'.-d the
salary 11st 8118,888 and raise.l lt IMMBB
VETERANS F0R_ HEDGES
"Invincible Legion" Formed to
Help Elect Him.
The Hedges Invincible T.eglon. com
possd of veterans of th" Clvll and Span
|Bh-Amerlcaa wai* and thelr sons and
membeiB of patriotlc. armv and mlMtli
organlsatlons, has been organtzed to work
for the slactli n of Job B. Hedges and
Jamea W Wadsworth, Jr.. Repub'.ban
candidates for Governor and lieutenant
In a letter sent out yestenlav Cnion-1
Henry Ia BWOrdS, secretary 4,f the or
? taUon, says that it has been formed
to "honor the memory of a gallant Oa?CeT
v. ho BBcrlflced hls llfe ln defence of the
t'nion and enklndle the, ?entlnients "f
loyalty and patriotlsm," nnd tbat thi y
nre "banded together by the stmngest tlf
that hlnds human hearts-gratltude born
MajOT -lob C. Hedges, father of the
Candidate for Governor, lost hls llfe be?
fore Pttersburg, Va.. snd the grandf.'ith"r
of Mr. Wadsworth dled on the fl.ld of
hattle Abraham Clark. an ancestor of
Mr. Hedgaa on hla mother'a side, was
one of the signers of the Declaratlon of
A me.tlng of the committee wlll he held
at tbe beadquartsrs <>f the organlaatloni
No. 44 West ."Ith street. to-merrow nght.
At that tlme arningements wlll bs made
for a large mass meetlng, st whlch Gen?
eral Horace Porter win pres.de.
uther members of tl.e committee nre as
f..:iows General losoa O. IfeGeoh, Oen
, r.,i John W, Vrooman, Commodors T _
Wataon, General Charles F. Ros General
.lames R. O'Ueirne. Qsnsral NelSOB H.
H.nry, Colonel 4'harles Healy, CW.il
Predertck Van Rensselaar Dey, Colonel
George C. Batcbeller, colonel H. C. Du
Val, Colonel C. N. Swlft, Colonel Clar
bbmss W. Bmlth, Colonel Clarenoa B.
llolmes, <'oloriel Wllllam Harhour. Colonel
ll. G Clament, Maj.^r Thomaa F. Lynch,
Major Hegmald L Poeter, mtojot charles
K. Lydecker. Malor M J BunneU, Cap?
tain Charles bf. Ifontgomery, <.aptatn M.
n'Neiii Oaltia, Lieutenant m j Ryan,
Wllllam Km rv PetMt. IVnnls Fa
Jamea Hennessey, Dr. R. w. WUeoz.
.lohn J. l.y.ns and Richard I, Danl-I.
HEDGES MAKING CONVERTS
Progressive Leaders Tell Him
They Will Support Him.
[From a Staff r'orre-rnn.Ient of The Trlhune 1
Wilton. N. Y. O.t. 22 Job F.. Hedges.
Republican candidate for Governor, re?
celved tangtble. svtdence to-day that hls
?peech here tnst nlght wns a convert
maher. Joseph C. MrLelland and II
Murray RobtnSOB, members of the Pro
greaslvs party's county committee. aent
arord tO hlm that they would vote for
hlm, They toid thelr friends they wore
COnvlnced further support of the third
party's state thket would result only ln
handltig the Btate government over to
Tammany Hail agaln. Two veais of the
idx reglme bad convlnced tiiem of the
iindeatrablllty ef sfiiitting the Republican
vot,- and permltting Tammany to control
the state treasury any longer.
ConvertS were not all among the Pro
giaasllSB. James Gadwood, who wns a
candidate on th? Soclailst tlcket lnst year,
toid Mr Hedges h>> would support htm.
Ile.Iges workera In Delaware County
are much grattfled he.ause of the proml
nence of the men won over. 'They declare
the frank nvowal of BOBVOrSlOB made by
the Progrcsslve leaders was only an In
dlcattoa of h strong turnlng away from
thi new party to the RepubtlCBfl tlcket,
Whlch would put Delaware County where
It belonged- In tha RepubllCBB camp.
They ponaldered the aaadldata'a speech
whlch turned these men tbe rulmlmiting
arguaasnt for deeoBt governaseal and a
AUTO PARADE FOR HEDGES
The Automoblle Trade League, an or
ganlBBttan Of automoblle dcalers in this
clty, is supportlng Job K. Heilg4's for
Governor 4>n a BOB-PBrtlBBB platform of
Hedges and gOOd roads. The members of
tbe leugue held a meetlng last nlght at
the Hedges hea.l.iuiirters, lu the Hotel
Martlnltiuc, and ariaiiKcd for B paradc Of
autumoblli'B to be held on the SVeal?g 4,f
November 1, the Frlday before el.ctlon.
lt ls cxpe.t.-d that tnoie than a thou
sind motor cars wlll be ln line. There
wlll bs bands and pb-nty af red flre. nnd
avery effort wlll be exerted ln the waj of
decoration to m.tke the parade an Impos
The line of march wlll bs from Wash
IngtOB Square tO llth street, through
Klghth avenue anil down Hroadway to
Moiison Bcmare Oarden, where th<> oan*
.li.late wlll addresa the automobillsts. lt
la also proposcd that Mr. Hedges and
Qsneral ?oraoa Porter review the proeea*
slon from the heado.uarters at the Martl
The speakers at last nlght'a meetlng
declarerl that Mr. Hedges was the only
4-andldate for Governor to l>e depended on
in the matter of improvlng the states
"If Hedges cannot get good roads for
UB," said the chairman, "we mlght aa well
Secretary Wilson Tells of Presj.
dent's War on Trusts.
HIS ADWINISTRATION SAFE
Michigan Voters Urged to Sup.
port Him as an Advocate of
Protection for All.
Alpena. Mlch.. Oct. 22. -The fWr.,,.,
of Agrlculture, James Wilaon, ipeiir!.
In behalf of the eleetlon of Prp*,!,;-.,
Taft and other Republican candldate* .?.
night, conflne<I his addresa fo a rlt*
.?ussion of the lasues hetween the ?
publlcan and the Democra;ic pa-ti*.
making no reference tn *h? P-opj^^jj^
Becretery wilson di?ei;?.*rM pret**ti~
versua freS trarle, revlewer) the aecetn.
plishments of Prealdent Taft's admialf
tration and eulogized the President ft*
the great work he had achleved ln pr*.
curlng "progressive legislatlon" ar-l |n
"glving tiie country a safe and itableM.
mlnistratlon. avoldlng i--.tr rr.ationi!
troubles and conservln*. the IntereRa cf
the people (n every partleulsr, so du;
then- harl heen no check lo prneperK)"
'"Since the meetlng of our rlr?t Coi
gresa" BSM Mr. Wilson, protecttoa g
Amerlcan weifare on thr? farm, in tb*
shop and tactory has benn thr, nioat en.
fi osMng queatlon around whlcb th*
atrong men of tlu- two great partiea ht?t
"Hepublicana bsllsve ln proteetJeg to
the extent of the dlfferenee betwees th*
cost of prridur-tlon lu re and In tha coui
trlea that sel! goods here. The D, mocrtt*
do not belleve protection constttudflaal
as they have n-peatedly said in thelr ni
"Thr- ronntry haa trle-1 both partlw
From l^* to BAT lt had h.e. tarttt iM
industrial dlstrcss. filnce |gf| we hiTt
had protr-r-tion and verv ^r~at pr"*
tary AVIIsnn BSSJWted that BS gmt
irust had been erganlzed ili >?? Batoy
ino?, and Bbowed tbal proce, iinga hid
been dln- ted by President Taft's adm!
latration Sgslbst eomb'nati.,- to r-ontrti
prlces and reatr|.-t eompetltlon ln gny
rerles, butter anrl etrgs. mllk, meet klntl
llng wood. coffee, wall paper, agrtadMgl
implements. caah reglstera nnd | kom
of other ar'liles In daily USS
The Beeretary pralsed President Tift
for "brlnclntr to just |ar tr-r.
and sugar smugglers and thievea" **?
rriverlng millir.ns for the natlonal t-"-*
ury, and tor aecurlng a corporatioi tfxbt
tnx whlr-h. hl aald, pul 8S0.000.088 In tht
Treasury ln the laat Ra
DIX'S ROAD PLAN CRITICISEO
Williams Says Tammany Made
Political Football of Work.
Frank lf. Willlam.';. former ??.,?.- FTrgl
neer. who Is a candldl lt place
agaln thls year on the Republt Bl ".<*k*t,
haa eome atrong convlctloni I
thls atate BbouU nat its mone* In th?
conatructfou of good i
BpeaUng of the prohlem h
before tie started ' ? in Inb
k. Hedgea on hl r Ift
*it ls appan nt that
ernment of ork hsi
been carried away wlth the ?n-e.
pedlte route* ld< a, whlch h i
the b iiiding of iir..s of azpenalve hlgh
ways through some ae II
ln which lai -ultlva
tlon, Inaiead <>f hullding a system of tesdl
leading from marketa to and tbreagb
Mr. Wllliai ? '"*? P?"t
of the road mlle tge ln thls rt
uniinproved and ln bad condition. The
repair of the roada already conatfuetaB\*
he contlr.ur-il. "i 8 '*(1 tor
the most part ln an
manner. It ls Uttfortunste also 'hat TOlt
buiiding ln tlita atate ttt
ms le a polltical football hy Tammiay
Hall tO the .-\tint that rnor* Ir. I
paid apparently to provldtng good Jobi
Cor me:; WhO know nothlng Bbl .t thi
praetlcal part of road buiiding t>'-an ti
the performanee ol *? '?notion.
Bad that 'tie locatlon of higl aaya d*
p.-nds not upon any well dlgestsi ar.d
comprehenstre plan. but apon th* lndu
ein-e of the io.-ai Demoeratla poUtfdasa*1
LA FOLLETTE SPURNS ALL
Declares He Won't Vote for
Taft, Roosevelt or Wilson.
Lsoressa. wia. <?.-t B Beaatat ls
PollsttS d.-clared lo algbf thal bfl wo**1*'
not vote for Koosevelt. Taft OT WWjB*
He compared ths Bupprasaloa i' mp**
tion through the growth of truata tol
liuge OSIMiar, IbS treatment of w1 lai M
nulres great aklll.
?It la 00 Job for a 'Bull Moose,- " ??'*
tba S. tiator, *"and, judglng by what 1>M
happened ln tho last four yeai l, lt do?
not seem to be a Job for an amlaW*
easy golng man. A fellow ov.r m N?"
Jersey lias heen runnlng a hoapital or-lt
pretty good success. but he has not
"I proposa to pursue an independw
eoona I trlB not vote for any of theW
fHy T.-l'-graph to The Trlrnint.l
Stoughton, Wls. Oct. ?.- IW arlr-.g thi'
moel of the \otera ln the I ilted Stt\tt
were ptogresaive, Senator Rol ? rt il '?*
Potlette to-nlght Bcouted the Idea that*
thlrd party u.is neeesaary
'?There were 1?>" delegatea for ****__TJ
ln the Chlcago conventlon." the s_*'
said. "for whom conteeta were aiariui _?
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