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tatton, and the . it y men felt obliged ,
to pay some heed to the demands of the
rural sections for lecognltlon.
?You ask why Teaman oppoeM the
Sulzer lull if that is s-..' s.u.I .Murtaugh.
?Til tell you. Tanunany knows New
York men would ?be nominated to fill all
the offices, but that euch a ticket would
imt be pit?- tod. Tammany doesn't want
that to happ? n Tamman> knows the
Republican ticket would be all Mow
York men. and fears It might win. and
Tammany fears nothing so mu? h .is a
stlengthening opposition in New York;
and, most Important Of all. Tammany
is now approaching a very Important
muni? ipal election, and doesn't want 10
have to .hange its ?machine t<> meet the
new conditions so soin before that Im?
Sulzer Threaten? Senator.
"if ?Senator Murtaugh does not vota
for my bill at the extra session I'll
drive him out of ?public life," declared
?Governor Bulaer after the meeting to?
night. "As f"r the referendum propo?
sition made ?by him at the meeting to?
night 1 can oni> sa] that 'Boas' Barnea
matte a similar proposition to me ?be?
fore 1 wt Albany, i turn-ed that down.
it's not likely that t shall accept at
thin time such a proposition from a
in- mber ?Of the partv of which I am
th<? leader in this state,
"f am sure that Senator Murtaugh s
?its are almost unanimously in
favor >.f my bin. from wha! i ?have sei n
in this city to-dai."
The referendum proposition was a
suggestion by Murtaugh that thequea
tion of abolishing the state convention
?be ?referred to the voters this fail.
in his apeech to the people In Elmh-a
Q?ovei nor Suuh r ?
"The adoption of ?.rate-wide dirert pri?
maries and the .?'"?- -ion of itate conven?
Is in no sense an abandonment of
the principle ?>f representative govern
ment, bul ?? the contrary it is a protest
agalnsl th? ?pen rsloti ??f representative
"The people believe themselvei n."re
competent than their learUlatora to 1
lora m Congress, heraus? they ??o
found members of the Legislature
were not the fiiitliflll agents of the people,
but were subject both to hos- control ?and
?bribery. All the arguments
BCW used against, the abolition of state
onventlona bave been used in opposition
t?i the direct election of United states
vain apainst ti??? ?rising tide of progressive
"Let us not 1 lelvea ?and lei m
not trj to ?Jecetvi the j>eoplc: the plain
fot 1*. 'hat In our primary reform leg?
islation tag, .ti New York State, have left
off OUT work Just where the people eaPQCt?
ed us to heK:n. l'.y not making our direct
primary law apply dlrectlj to the rumina
tlon of state officer? we have continued
the drt'trat. s\stem In the particular field
In whlcli il has pi oven the most unsatls
tactory to 1 . ople.
"The sentiment in th? .-t?te ?n favor of
direct primaries found Its origin and
I growth principally in the fart that under
'the established primary law the rank and
file of partv voters were not able to con?
trol theii when they assembled
in the state conventions
Speeches Along the Wav.
G?0V.arnor Sulzer left Buffalo early
this morning. primed for man;
8|>e?*chei-:. His first ramo when the
train?a regular, making many stops
drew into the station at Attica. Sixty
men hnd hoys and a sprinkling of
women drew up around the end of the
Pullman, and the t.overnor made a
five-mind!? talk. At Warsaw he re?
peated a to exactly twelve men, moat
of whom were voters. \Vh?n the train
stopped at Silver springs station th?tre
wa* a shrill s und of 1 ?bearing. Th"
school had been let out s>o the children
tould s?.? th? C ?vernor.
Hm at Hornell tuer? was a different
kind if an audience. There some :-ix
hundred persona, moatlj adults, in? iud
'ing scons of railroad hands and men
j. from mar., far tor lea. listened to the
i\ ?iovrnoi s ?declaration that the people
]M must nil?. and his reiteration of his be
ii?f thai the people were pert?' ii;, com?
?petenl to ?rule, ami anybody who said
they W< i? mu was a boss or a tool of
the boesai Btate Committoeman
S. h\? ara? nba? h and other pillars of
ihe county organisation mot the <jo\
Leaving the tiam et ?Corning, the
Governor headed a procession which
march? d through the town to the
opera house. This was filled, a larg
parl of the audlen s being men. Most
of them stayed through the ?bivernor's
spei cl . too aithough many had to miss
? their noonday meal to do so. The Go\ -
ernor gave them a tart speech, filled
denunciation <?f the ?boaaes and
declarations that he could not be
?beaten ?because hi 1 had been
Aft< 1 a luncbeon wit 1 the county
committee of Steuben the Governor
yielded hlmseJf t?. a reception ? ?ran?
mittee from this City, headed by Mayor
Bheahan, who is 'also ?Democratic siat?
?ommitteeman The ???mmittee had a
score of automobllea and brought the
Governor ami ins retinue hare la a con
. ?tatitly enlarging pro-cession. ?Ha was
parad<ed around the streets of the city
for an hour, making addresses to ?school
children.? He spota to seven groups of
* a few hundred each, representing nlno
?1 s? hools
<;o\ernor Bulser also addressed the
,( students at Elrairs Collage, which was
* th<? tlrst in the world to grant a degree
to a woman, and < ame away beamll g
the attractiveness of the girls.
READY TO AID SULZER
* Arrangements were made last night bv
the direct primary committee of Fort
You Can Stop
U ? T O i itomach,
gi?b circulation all
f produce congestion, eon
' stipatloa and headaehes.
atemov? ttaa poisonous
matter which causas it
'and your headache Atoan? 1
The remedy which meres
your bowela quickly and re
atores a normal condition la
muwyadi ja won WAT?,
th? natural laaatlva, 'j glaaa
taken in the morning or at any
tima ou au empty etomaoh acts
within aa hour or ao aurely and
gently. Why not stop auch
'fceadachas. Oat a bottle at aay
Drug atora today.
Qeorgs, Staten Island. t<< rscelssO?
Bulaer, who la expected to spsak there
on Ma? :;i in his osmpslgn fos diront pri
?maries there ?ara s about ?
n .-a pi?-.?? nt, most ol
organization pnen and Progreaaives
William A Bbortt S f.-rni*-r ?t
man. presided, and *'.t> Magistrat? ??
s?-ph ?'. Hand?, in the ?"tjursa ol ? die
eusBlon, i iiaiii-iia???! Bugene I.ami. Rich?
ards tho stab- commltt? email, I
not presfiit. to a dsbst? on the direct
primary queatlon Richard? ? ? ? ni
..,:,..- oui In a publi? statemenl against
Senate Minority Leader Won't
Support Primary Bill.
H- Telegraph t'i Thi? TlibUM.1
\\. t? rtown, N Y. May ??.-Senator
F.l'.n R. Ltrnwn. of this city, minority
leader Of the'Senate, made pfihlt?- to-day
a statement defining bis attitude on the
Bulaer direct primary MIL
?The only sentiment for abollahlng the
state convention in my district." said
Benstor Brown, "comes from those who
declare that nothing worse ?"Hid bappen
to them than the last DenHacratl? Ital
i?*joa Not b.iieving that lightning
frike twice in the same pla. ? | ll
ataree! refuaes te i,r arouaed bo long
as the Governor hangs to the one direct
primary provision e?> r.\ body else ob?
??There is not tbe slightest chance of
my changinc my position on the Qov?
enior's bill bo kmg as it I the pro
: shoUshlag the state eonventton.
My principal oihjeetion to' hlsj Mil are:
?Deliberation la essential to a wise ? bail???
of s candidat?' for Oovsraor, Judge of tha
.-, urt of Appeads or other Btate ofjBcer
elected by tbe whole state. The ?io?
ernor's bill leaves platform making to
ilders -""I ?.ni? .-s.- ki- In a i ai tl
.('in.il as num.-roas as ;? convenUon, but
noi as representative .i" th.?mmunltj .
?i gives urdue Influence to the pan? rol
m ?.Teat ?entres of population. ami re-Sll)
?t, a ?rote In s ? Ity twice ..s pow? ri il
at the print-art?** as a ?ote m the tour?.
FIRST GUN WITHOUT T. R.
But Colonel Will Speak Later
for Sulzer Primary Bill.
Colonel Roosevelt ??in be hi the West
next Wednesday, when ths Brat meetings
here are to be held In the campaign for
Qovernor Sulzer's dire<M primary bill. He
bas promised, however, to mal i at leael
. i ? ?ii. ech hers in favor Of the Mil. AC
cordlng to the plans. iTlovernor Bulser
u . the only other speaker at this
particular meeting, which sill be ar?
Tb?- \. ??? Voik County committee of
th? direct primaries committee ??-?
..?i? i.ih\ aftsraoon at a meeting held at
N... I South William street, the head?
quarters of the Reform ?lab Ths fol?
low in-,- offlcers were elected
? 'ounty ? i?-rk William F. Behnt i
president: Walter W. In? in. ?i. . -j?r?--l -
.?.fit; Hubert a. Widenmann secret ?
Kniest Hsrvler, treaf irer Tb?- executive
committee will b. *?? <l?\. It is
Intended to extend the csmpslgn i'.t"
.\?-s? mMj dtatri? i.
Among those preaenl were Benjamin
Tusks, John .1 0'?Connell F***?dsrich 11
Wilson, Ollbert r. Roe, William ?irafit
Brown, Jam- s A. B. Sel
den. Julian H. Hiat\. .1. 11
? ig ? g M. Maloi ??. if? n Hanson,
l?r. Arthur Jtosma, Qeorge ?Doni
j..? i, j. Hopper,
The committee ??ill ba\e it? p.rmanant
hesdqusrtsra at n?. Ml Fifth av?n ?
LIBEL SUIT CALLS COLONEL
Roosevelt Leaves City Satur
day for Trial in Michigan.
<'oione! Ropeevatt will lesve this ? It
Baterda* for Ma>r-*p?ette, Mich., to attend
nls suit for libel again?!
? ??-..fu? I Kewftt, tha publisher of an
lahpemlng paper. William Loeb. a 0
was bis private .??? retai when
It 1? uiid'i
?t'"??i the 1 olom : liai th? pi om ss "f ?
? of well know n ? ? 1 to te?uf..
in his behalf \-, . ? ., ? . .
pactad to go West in Colonel Rouse-.
behalf BIS Admiral (.??.r?-'- l>.'we? Alber''
Shaw, e-litor of ?'The ftevieW of RavlSWa.1
and Burgeon Oaasrsl R
Ti.e alleged ?bel for Which Colonel
ilng ??-as th?- pub Icatlon of
nt tl .11 he was In the h.
Dg Intoxtcat? d
\ia .(?!? tte Mich . Ma . ? Roost -
Veil ? : for libel again-: Onife \
Newett. puMiaher of tbe r --i,p. -
Ml? tl iron Ore Is SI ;"n .'? .1 to ?
before Judas H C Plannlgan, in this I
MASS. FORBIDS RED FLAG
1 Foss Signs Act Regulating
Boston. May ??.?The tarrying in any
parade ?.f an*, flags oth? r than th? 1 a
lions! or BtSte emblems r.?- the flags of
friendly loreif-n nut..,! ? and their de
i,endeniies is prohiMtcd in ??. !.;'! which
Governor loss approve.1 t-?-da?.
Tb?- penalt* li a One no! 10 ? x. sed li"
??i sis moritbi,' lapriaoamttnt, ". both
DAYTON'S ODD CHARTER
Patterson Among Commission?
ers to Select City Manager.
Dayton, OMo, Ma- ... \t a ... ,-.
election lo-day a i*otnmlss?Sfl ?.i? ek
to write a ?-it-, . barter ealllrg tor a ...?.,
inls.slon-nianag? r form of so?-?-minent.
The tU'te?:n men ehosen were, nominat?"!
by a non-partisan citizens' eommlttSt ai.d
wars opposed bj fifteen Detnocrsts.
Twenty thousand ?otes w?ie , asi
Th? cttlssna* ticket v..,- hasasd bj Johi
M Patt? : SOI I e? . otlj 1 on? i? l< d '?f \ i?<
latlon m tl?- Bberman ami-n si in
.-e.?iti-nee?l to One ? e.-, i n, ?ail end
v.."?*1 Mi Patterson'i ? I? ? ten
vas almo?! unanimon*
The ass rtrmiiilBBlsn will writ? <i chsi
ter calling for the election ?,' Ave ???m
fn.m the c-it? m larga and
these, in turn, will appoint an expert
? it?-- management to OOttdUCt the buMnsi
of the city.
LANDSLIDE* KILLS SIX
Train Swept Down Mountain?
side After Cloudburst.
Hinton. W. Va . Mi g Six persons
?wer? killed sad several l?njuf*ed ssrly t"
night when a mixed train on the BeWCll
brjn? u of tii? Cheaspeske a oino nail
road was swept down a steep mountain
sMa by ?a. landslide The train. conH'0?*e'i
of an engine, three freight ear?; and a
eahoo.?e, the latter carrying passengers,
had stopped between Sewell and I.andis
burg to rlear away debris ?leposit? ?I bv a
cloudburst earl? In the day. While this
work ?was In prngrens another tilde <><?
.Hire.1 and the train ?vas thrown from
tin- tracks M6 f>'t down the mountain
Intelligente of the aceid?-nt ??as brought
here by .J Mucklsa of Charleston u
Va. who left the train ?? hen it stopped
on account of tbe first landslide, ?md
walked to Sewrll Me declared the trsin
1 was completely swallowed up
TOKIO ATTEMPTS TO
CALM PUBLIC FEVER
But More Conservative Element Now Echoes
Equality Demand ? Embassy Secretary
Sees Foreign Minister.
Tokio. May Ml- The nowi thai the Call?
. altan land own?-..',' i?iii .ad bsea
signed by Qovsrnoi Johnson was received
here with regret, although it ai
dimounted in official and non-otll? i.il ??n
clea it w,?s hoped up to the ia.?t moment,
however, thai IVaahlngton'a Intei
would pruvi icceasful The newspapen
published ?\ir.i lUiii-ma with the en?
noum?emenl thai the Ml] ; a?i ?been sign?Bd
Tiie .-rfoits of the Japanese ?govammeni
are concentrai . al arment on pacifying
public opinion, but the la li ? egarded
In many Quarters as i mare difficult one
than at the linn el the California school
? ontroveray, or avi n a ear m
sime th.- death of the oi-i Japaneee Em?
peror the authortt] of the ?government
has eteadUy diminished In resisting th?
growing Influent? of publie opinion, and
the ?spirit "i* democracy is Increaaing
througboul tue < raplre
Arthur Ballly-Blanchard, ?Mcretai
the i nlted Btatee Bmbasay, rislted i<;iro?i
Kobeahl Vlahlno, ih? Japan ea ?yurelgii
Mlnisti r. t" day, and reitorat< ?i thi de
teimiii.iii' n of the United Btatea govern?
.ment to exc-t every effori te lind i
frtondl) and mtiafaotor] aolutlon "f thi
, . ? i.?n.
Ha ? mpbaeisi ?i the fac? thai
Callforniaa and not an Amen? an ?pi,s
tioi >: u thanked I ? Ji am n no?- ern?
M-i i for its friend h esi and to? Its ..'
I tempts to ?restrain i-.. . \? itaMe pubiu
? ? i > i. i ? ? i ??! Japan.
it is ganaraliy aelie?"ed her.? thai ?Wash?
ington will Had ? solution ol the problem
but the more eoneervattve elena ? I
Japan .it- echtMng the pnblk ?agitation
| for eqi.ai treatmenl of II i Japam
d? elan 11 at the ra< lal lasui. ? hlch it is
contended is Involved, and th? at? ? I
i uni ne.? of anti-Japanese Mils In i ?
furnia ahould re? tv? basic curative treat?
\ :.i. minent offi? lal said lo-daj :
"The Japanese people feel that ti elr na
tloi al honor i?? Involved Th? ?r? enl
o . tit .n will le wived ?peacefully, bul
what la needed i" lasure the permanency
of c?ur traditional friendahlp la a change
of heart In some Americans toward th.
'NEXT MOVE FROM
JAPAN A SURP
< eattaoed from iir?i pana
! Departnu nl li looking to thi J
lea? ?government, or some Jap
? ? itiz? n. i?, t. st the new i ? * b
??course to the United states ?joui
maj ?be ?rigniflcani of ihe drawl
another Issue thai the Japans*
believed to '??? reluctant to begin
s movement. The ?ordinary pi?.
j in gut h torn s ?-? o,j!,i ;.. t.. allot) i
i paneae subject, t hi ?sateni ?i n Uli
i heatin? nl of his Liiids. to appl;
011 injtin? tion.
In official ein lei II I reg ird<
signlfl? anl of the desin ?-r the ad
istratlon to convince the Japanese
< mm? m ..r it* purpose t" do
? thin? posai ble t?? maintain the be
; relations thai the Amerii an Chi
' Arthur Baillj ?Blanchard, has ?
? upon ?in Fort inn Mimst' i- ?u 'I
to assure him ol th? ?I? lermtnatlc
? ? United ?States t.. und ? fru
ami sattsfai toi) solution of the i
< nt issue.
it la ?boll? * d In ? lhal th
i lalifoi nig of the Japai
Rbara and Hattorl, reprew Dting
of th? k'.- i ??'iti< ,ii ?parties of
pan, n ill l>e <?f ?bwefll Other h
? it?-? ? ai >? a orhlng In I ??
; Ion and the Japaner Am? t < an ?
in Tohlo la si ndlng oi ? of
tru?-t.d mi i'-!" i - ?' Ith i i ?-?
mgei to prominent Imei Icai
lated i" relieve friction?
Sisaon to Speak Again.
Representative Bisson, of Misslssi
.i ? itati i Ighla i " mu' r.it and ?> * t
In the "little navj " mo' i menl dui
the lasl a asion, obtained unanim
, .,.,... nl t? da ?from Ihi House to
,it. ^s thai I od hour on l
Mi Blason II
i'aif.,1 nia-Japanm land i oi
upholding ' ? right of California
? na? i Bui ?i !? gialal Ion aa It n
plop? 1 .
When Ihe anl Ural i
k.iK' '1 the att< ntlon of the admlnlsl
lion, several weeks ago, llr. Blaaon li
?pee? h in ill' House in? elghi d agal
; ti.? Japan ll? pro laitn d
i ighl ?>f Callfoi nia '.?? enhi ' thi v\ ?
??ill or a slmllai meai r< Hoi bi i ti,
surrender tbi doctrine of state i igh
Mr. Bisson shouted, he ?.??id shed I
last drop of blood and ?eii nd II a
his ?sacred honor." N
Mr. Blaaon during l ??? laal v
? onpem wai among the 'small m,v
inen, v,,.., i onfei n d fri q ?? ntly In
atti mpt in prevenl an approprlatl
for two battleahtpa II la said lo d
he will ?speak on th' "1? ft
the rontroversy, hut membera of I
Houi axpei ? another vitriolic outbm
agalnai th Japaneae accemnanted
a demand for wai in thi event 'li
Jape n ?i? sin s it
Reprew ntati? ? Bei tholdt, ol M i
?ouri, announ? ed Io-daj that he pu
posed t" introduce "n Crida? s resol
lion to empower Congress to ieKi?:i?
exclusively on all questions affectli
the rights ol aliens lit Ing In the Unlti
state? The measure would prove?
individual states from pas.sin? lav
h might ?cause friction with foroli
countries. Lach of federal control s
| f?. ting the a i lili i ? of the ?government t
carry oui s treat] In .?u its? integril
wag a ?palpable <i< f??? I Repraaentatlt
! Bartholdt s.iid
\t th?? meeting of the Cabinet to-da
the Japanese question su t??u' bed ??
?Secretar) Qartiaon of the ?War i>?
I partmenl ?pointed oui to-day that ih
movement of troops ?from ?Ftorl Bloc m
New York, and other E^aatern post?, t
the Pacific Coaal way ?being mad
under an ord?r Issued on March 1"? i?
i foi m* i Si ' t? tar stiiusoii to recruit th
: II.?v..ni garrison to it* full strength.
The order tot two thousand rncrulti
I is not naarl) ?been filled, and War ?De
partmenl offldala sai the moretnen
I a ill g<? ?m for soma time.
?LOOKS FOR NO' RUPTURE
?"The Morning Post," of Lon
i don, Thinks Japan in Wrong.
Londoi Mnj ' 1 b< Mm nln r?.-: '
, in an editorial thinha II ab ird tc - ippn i
, that the allfornian disputa will lead I i
I rupture bete 11 n the rutted ?Stat? ind
?Japan, sin???? ?both governments are .-on
; rlneed of their ability to Und a basin for
g friendly ?sstttanesnt
"Tht?) Japaneai govarnmenl " sa?-- "TIm
III rnlng ?Pent." "mom b* ?eii aware that
tin- Washington admlnlatmtlon would
i, -, 11 concede I lie claim to full squall) i
of treatment for Japanese Immigrants
it may therefore h. boped thai If diplo
maev -m find some mean.? nt .sv-'ing
lapaa'g tace her government ail] not tr\
sis? upon pressing claims which the
i nlted States ?an never grant
ACT UPHELD BY WHEELER
University of California Presi?
dent Thinks Law Imperative.
California'! attitude In Ihe land owner?
ahlp controversy v.?? defended yesterday
by i ?r Benjamin Ide ?"/heeler, president
"f th? University of ?California, who Bailed
. North Qertnad Loyd llaer Kaiser
Wilhelm <i??r i iros-.?.
?'The land lull. In m? Opinion, is pel
just." s..id l". w bet l? i "II would
i. ? qu? lion of onlj a verj fen yes
hefor,' the Californiens would t? drtv?en
from thr-ir atate and the land own??l by
the j.n.an.se ?f .sume such measure were
not passed, it seems lo me thsl th-?
st.i?,?i ?californiens havi taken la perfectlj
? I do l.'?' i ? le I e * iir : .' \? : ? !?? I
;'? .?r the controveray. When I
left ? tye ago all wai quiet,
.? i t . ?? wai no talk of tllltles
Ith the Japanew natioi ?i tba Beat, it
lensational rei orta of thi iltuatl
:? o ?-! m m,? ,isv feeling, bul I bt
!:?-. > ?: T\ III he found thai ' '.'!?"! IS
me f,.r diplomatic settlement at
? w n he dispos? d of will ?? ?1er of
an open i ?? tur?- between th- ?Unltad stale?
nd J ? ? an
? Th? Californio Legislature li
.?-I In the Mind It has taheu
ad of ? . - Phey
.. ? ? ? . ? , l ? -? ? ;
in, anl th?
! t I ? | ? f
? f .
native of I
,- i-.Mi m Maaaai hw ? "?
if. ,???' lb Mrs
Wheeli i? .?? ? li ' mal i tour of
? ? ? ?? ? rnlng to thi L'nll
CHINESE ENRICH PROVINCE
Head Tax an Increasing Profit
to British Columbia.
i? ' ? fcfa; Votwlth?
? ,.? I: tint
??i i han In anj prat loua ?
gun . bllahed to da ]
Altogether 7.74S < I bt* *t ? nti i ?id, meetl ?
. ? ? , ? and ? early a1 intand
I : ? ' i ii . oi
? . < 19,4t ilf of
British Col iml .? T ? ?
, ? total ' 'hi?ese : t C
i ? ..,-,.? ?'i two-thirds of
S horn are m H? Itlah ? '??! I
? f .Lu am aa la limit? .1 t?> to??
loi w hn h i.?? v i
: I .
COST FOUR LIVES
?Two Couples in Boston Meet
Death by Murder and Suicide
in Similar Circumstances.
?SOI lOI ^I H !-.,'?? | | til ? ??! Ol
i ? nlghl ran i? <i theli i
t i deatl '?ith th'ni mi h by ? do ibK
.tine and to-day the bodiei wen
found at Hi.: ...?.i the him Iwur In dif
feient b?tela The coincidence of the
double murder and aulelde was ponaMered
s., remarhablc bj the ?police that lavaotl?
? en ? -?- t irned to ?flls w -r. it ?pos.
Bibk, if then a,i- any conn? llo
ta ? .-n t; <? ti.LK<-.l:.s
B ith couplas I ad . nder I
titloUS name?, en* as "William R
and wife, Providenea," ?t ? North ?2nd
?3d the other an "Ml end Mr?
1 arie?, Toung, Manchester, s ?i " al
a ?Jowntown hotel.
The first iian,.-?l , ?? ,p|. ,?a r , g U'l. mni
J innino of W obui i ? treat rallwaj eon
duetoi and Mis?: Merger] Qulnn, of ?Ros
I.oi \ 'I h< | ? ere i? nSt t I'? ? n n,ai ' I? 'I
In ?Weburn last PVida; bul th.- ceremony
?lid not t?ke ??dace ?Friends of Jannino
-aid he ha?l leal ni-'l at Ihe Um momenl
thai his Ham t* bad been mai i lad pri
vlousl) an?! bad ? 'hini four years ..id.
When the bodies were found to-daj *
revolver with two chambers empt] wa
lying at Jannino 's riKht hand ?Both the
man and woman had h? en hot through
? ? bead Than w?rre no signs ??f a
Th.? second couple m eye identified to?
nlghl a? <'liarles lluher, ,,f the Roxburj
? district, son of i brewer, and Mrs, it.' -
I jamla Oormley. of th? ??ame placa a r>
volver vas found ?lose to the man's
' righl band and there were ae ladicatioaa
I of ,i Ml URKle
MORGAN SHARES RELEASED.
i The ?executors ??f th>- will of j. Piar?
' l'ou? Morgan regnant ?al yeatarday that
ThOmOS K llueih, attorney of the State
-Controller, ??.nsi'nt tO the release from
the entaf- of the banher Of 1JM 'hares
,,f ?Broohlyn RapM Transli stech Mi
B sii granted the reejuest The eooa m
??f the Btat? ? oiitroiiei through his at?
torne) i? neceeary for Ihe releas- of ai
Of the ?MCUrHtog from th?- estate of Mr.
M'it;an until ?after tho W rk of apprai*
Ing the estate for tax puipojes has heen
mm go at
! RECORD LOW H
'$45,000.000 Sale Brings Aver?
age Price of 100.159, the
Smallest Figure for An
WARNING BY CONTROLLER
?Neither J. P. Morgan & Co. Nor
Kuhn. Loeb & Co. Syndicate
Gets Any of the Securities
on Their Bids at Par?
Income Basis Is 4.49.
.\t an ?wor.iK'- prli e of .?OO.l.TO, i lou?
t-roller i'i-t-n?i?trgaai gold ?M5,<000.000 of
corporate stock bondi of the City of
N'en York yesterday. This is the low
? ?i pi,. ?? at n hi? h an antii a I Hue of
city taonda baa ever been aold On
June 28, I90T, the panic year, the
p--i? i i.-,. eh ad was 100 001, and on
; August 12 Of the s.Hii'- y? ar n \\,is
But ??n both occaalona tha bonds
were l'a and not enough bid arerg re?
eelved above par on either occasion
t?. tak.- all the ?bonds The i malnder
of each Issue waa soi.i over the ."unt?
er. Tho b.w does not permit tbe city
t.. sell its bonds belo ?? p i
The Income ba da on ? he i ri? ? re?
ceived yeaterdai grill be 1.49. Th?
total amount of Btock for which of
Peringa arere received amounted to
I $76,124,790 Tbe total number of bid?
ders *vaa ITtJ. a y?ear ago lb? average
price received for M'...,? h h ?.?MM? of l?a
i?? r <-.-nt bondS wsa l<x>.747.
Morgan & Co. Bid for $5.000,000.
I Aa happened la I ? ir, t!:?' Arm ?-f
.1 p Morgan i*. Co, doea not gel
of the bonds. The) bid foi #.000,000
I at par A te headed ?y Kuhn.
I Let., | ? ,? und tl ? other members
of which were th? United Bl
M-.i ttr.i?-? and Trusl Compsny, the
Pourth Nat,?mal Bank, Kldder, Pea?
bodj .\ ?'".. H? idelba? h. Ick? Ihelm? r
A Co., n llgart? n .v Co and lhe Mew
I Vori?. Municipal Rail ? ? iT>oratlon,
i bid for $15.1100.000 at par, but, of
Icom ???. ???.i n.?' gel .< ? | ond.
The lowest prie?
??, ? e .. ,..?i the hlg
?aras 105 ??ni*? $100 ?%o?tii was sold at
the latter Agun
Th.- :,i, t that lhe Muni? Ipal Ball
' ? ? ? t ? ? 1 ?
m. .,!,?? ii at It ?? II ? n ?? to repuv ? Its
bond f"t th? tub? ? j ?contract ?
mg the bol ?i- In tl ?? mai ' ? ? o? b .
? from the ? omi
? v of the Brooklj n
! : . ; ? . ? ? ? - ? ?: ng
Tl.mi' in lui ??'?? :
irlty on the aub
Its n ?te
a limllai 1rs s*ai made by
the intci ranalt t 'om
. n ? in anticipation '?? >'
:?? able io repli e lb? ity s nota
- ? ..i.t i m? ?i
>',??,.-., eat? I 00.02
Tl ? Ith ths prlcea
I follow .
Ilervey I I
. .. ? ? .. ;
?. ? ?...
v .. . ... .....
I ?. ? ' > ? ?.,???
\ ni. M?>.000
?i?.. ... . ? . ?... ..| .t
II .ssa tin ?* ' '" . il'?1 "r*> Si !'?' '? ??"* '"-'
? ' "1..
? loll ... I I
??? ? .
p i. ,,_ ? . |O0 I?
Mr? ?. ?. .
i,. 100 I"
... ? ? ?
? n i . , ,\ ? |i neo ?"?' ii
. , I * B SI j
IUmi ? F 'rf"? ??. 1 ?
? l.iirK? r. it? n,,? r-?.n ,\ LaOeh, ?SO" ?TOO ?t
... ?j IU
M'ra. ' I.I!., nth? .? ' ?.I ,
t? !'?' ?
| W S?-!!?:, ? ? ? ?!??
-...'.?, ID II'..- .? '. ? . ,
Kuhn. 1 ?. I
Pu-. ? ?
King? ? ust i v
in.) m ?
1 ? - ? .- k? Bank, l .t
|(M nt ?
??-..??:? ? | - -. |i
I a. a I '
Rl , ? . i. [* - . Me m
Prendergast Warn? the Public.
The ? 'ontroll? r made the following
stat? ment after tha r? suit ??r th?
had been determined Issi nlghl
? in the light of prsssnl im.m. |ai on
dltlona all o? er the ?.??? rid, tins aale of
Net? York ?'itv bonds must I.n
sni-'ii-d i gut ? agi although the >? iu?
arai for g ??t?- larga amount, ?a t r.. ? m m ?.
??ti tb?- fact that it ??a? oversubscribed
al llgurefl above par provsa that the
city's en ?lit la very hii*h A large num?
ber of ?in. s have been unable during
ih.? last few monihs to market thslr
.. ? lines even when ottered to the pub?
lic al atl racl li ?? ratas
?"I'll.- 1.1k gubscrtptlon for to day ?. gala
puis N.-w Y..ik city bondg in a claag
?>> themaelvea aa hlghl* desirsble In
v estmsnta ?VI the -.une time, this gale
should be .. ?i?- i'l'-'i " anting, not onlj
to the ?'iiy of Mes v. i u. but to all
.?th. r iniiiii' ipiiiti- ? Although the In
tares! rate of \\ ? pi i i ? nt ..n t?.
ponda la higher than has been **dfe*red
by the ?city during tha last five years
4h>* bid prlcea have not been as hi*?ii
as th. city has received on Its offerings
?.f the last three reara, which tx re only
l't pel ' em.
'?Kiiiiiiernioie. while the Bubscription
for thin !.?sne has basa gatlefa? tur,, it
is not nearly a?? larga as the aubacrip
tions raoalvsd for ths clty*a issues of
l'.H??. I?U1 and 1912, Th-se are facts
whi.-li tin- public Sad the .|l> s author?
ities ? annul atTord tn i?-iii.--i>. The state
Of PUbtk ?r.dit all OVOT tin? < ?ninti-,
proves that ? Itlea and stat?-s are Bpend
In*- more money than the SVallable
The reaull ??f thig pollc] bag been an
advance in interest rates and a lower?
ing of the prices the puhlic is willing to
pal for securities. New York has heen
Compelled to load ?the market with its
Securities heraus.? Of the tremendous
demands its citizens are making upon
it, but the citizens must be mad.? to
iind.-r:stand that they cannot maintain
this degree of expenditure, because in
a very short time the money market
will not 1. in a position to assimilate
their offerings. This means a higher
cost of money, higher budgets, higher
taxes and a higher cost of living."
Issue of 1912 Oversubscribed.
The last larg" offering of New York
cuy securities was made en May :, vtli,
when an issue of ?MI,eMi?MI ?'* ?par cent
Bfty-year gold registered or coupon cor?
porate stock wag ?a?r?aretthaerlbad by |Ne>
ls*jf!t, "'? more ?than four time? the
.itr.ount of the offering.
This year ? number of bids, amounting
to n, compares with 871 racelved at last
?/eai - bids f?>r the i?ii?.o<iti,ooo -i?,4s
: foi the VV.O.'Vii.oi? 4'*h in
1910, lit bid! for the tio.<*Jtl,(*YQ 4s In iSSS,
l.l?.; ? a t*t,*sA,0bg t'^s In UM and
fo the si".1??".'"??) tits in MT.
Immediatol) after the bid? were opanad
the curb traders Offered the bonds freely,
and they ?1? ?lined to l'?i> ,'M?> from l'/a'a
earlier In the nay. The latter price had
been named In the expectation that the
average price reoeived by the. city would
he abo il IM
It is atetad that the listing of the new
It) securities on ths .stock Exchange de?
penda on f? certificates ?feeing printed by
the American Bank Note Company.
Should tie printing contract be awarded
to ? . New Vork Hank Note rnmpany. a??
u.is the ease with thi last issue, the ex
change'wlll refus? t.. list, them, and they
win have ta be traded in on ihe curb and
OVei the .?unter.
Sub Committee to Recommend
Candidates Is Urged.
I ?? Itl ?? committee of thi fusion
?' dla issed 11.poi I ol the
ommlttee on plan and ?ope ??? ater
ti pr?vida for the renting of g
emmltti e to re? ommend randldatai
for municipal offices to lh? general oons?
i ? uratlon
of t " purposes of the committee anl
f the j Inclple* for irhleh the movement
-. No in?. ? eing mad?- at this
time t" frame .- pial I ?
The report v, |de public,
will first have to he submitted t0
nitti t tot approval al .? meet
Ing to be held in the Oreen Room of the
l-'lfi, B did on #t; ???n.
I rt of the law ? ommlttee as to
what atei the committee would
to take under the pr< lent primary iw
?.?. as r? ?
BARBERS STICK TO GUNS
End of Strike Not in Sight?
Committees Visit Mayor.
\\ i ;. Influenc?e ? il wore to end
lie of tl ? llflli
attlemeni appeared to
i | . .-- rei ? ? rdaf I i
ind Mai al (era prees-ni
dlffei . | tiona
of 1 04 ' ?. | p|
\ ? ?? ,| 1, f ??
t w. w sent to the Mayor's
Ma] trlhi side of the
? ?? ? The committee was beed??d by Jo?
s? oh .1 Kttor. who ha
ths Manhattan strikers \ commute?
: the !'?? oh!- n ?3om Bari ?
was a t thi Hall
The Maj ? a ant t., .,tr? mi'- ..
untl .ard all
of i M trying to bring a
t the strikers
rUtratloi Mayor i
ample rig a ara to agr.-e
-, ?.-?:? :
, - ? -
? rating it nlghl decided
to i the '!??
mai.ds of their employe?. Th?* .?*"*
was inade In the fa,-,, 0? a threst^
strike, and the men are t? meet t* ?|
i"? and take a?_tton. Their pr?sent111
is t' strike on Monday morning. ^
WOMAN WHOM FIANCE
SHOT LIKELY TO DIE
Girl Who Refused to Elop? ta
Unconscious in Hospitals.
Suitor Kills Self.
Am,a IfePartlaad, of \0 57,.
avenue, South Bro?klvn. the vounr
an who was shot three times ye? ?T''
morning by her flanea. .Joseph Rr.*^*,
So. SU Oraveeend avenue, HrooklynV'
.?use she refused to elope um, ni'
still unconacioua in the Kings c ?*'*
Hospital last night It was saM Hj?^
?barely holding her own, u
liretz. who killed himself after shoo?
| . l worhed In the same rjairy wh^
she whs employed In Brooklyn. C
1 McPartland wa? walking alongOraanaw
avenue enriv yeeterday morning s^5
Way to work when she met Hreti Th?,*'
strolled along together, Brett trjii,?
persuade tlie jrlrl to elope With him ?
her parents did not look ?1th (?vor
Suddfnlj. Mis* M. Partland wa? ??#.-.
run away from Brnta, ecraaadng. Ai?h
came to the door of hi? home sha dini-M
into the doorway, closely followed by h>
lover. Hretz (?red two shot-, al the BU
both takin? effect in her body, She cot?'
! tinued to the sei mid floor, where tha m-?
fired a third shot Siie fell t0 the floor
and rolled to the bottom of the ?tepi
Hretz. thinking he had killed the ?if
then turned the revolver on himself, ftr
Ing two bullets Into his brain. \\? ff'i
a? ros s Miss McPartland's body. ?rr,
father ..f Hretz. who nad heaid the shoot?
ing.' ran to th.- street? and l'atrolnu.?-.
Kelly, of the Parhvtlle statlea, ?'im
moned an ambutam t
BratS and the sirl he was to ham mar?
ried were plaesd In '! ? ambulaam ml
taken to t '.?? hospital, ??? i r ? ths man t'.tfi
shortly after hein?* admit'-d.
DRAGGED _0UT_AT_ WINDOW
Housekeeper and Twt Children
Saved as Home Hums.
U'atertown. Oonh.? Ma- W*s\
reached ?bare ?this morning that the ?um.
mer hbide of ?u'1, ? >k ?' cima
beilaiii. at the beau of Lake yias?npaut
In Ott tOWO "f Middlebur; . wan bVlSSl
Ight I'iof. ?jraoi . ,. lin )g x
of I '"i'linliia Un'
and I ndtto rif and twJ
'brother, ?Sdgar ?KUIman, h..d been st?\-j
t the e a ?? B mday.
i.ast nlftht fli<- broke OUI la the relltr.
Blld the family escaped !n their night
<lothe<?. The housekeeper. Mrs. ThOmu.
.?.i,.i her two children were asleep, and,
were rescued '?> ?Mr. Stillman. who
climbed up on th? outsMe of the house!
?and aftai bnmhtng a window with Mil
fist dragged them through the smoke a*I
safety Then, clad ??r.lv In pajamas and
w:th f?'t haie. I;.- ?.faite.] ; ,- .vifomo
bile and aroused the neighbors, *?rurlns
clothes for those wh'j had lost theirs In
?]?;. ..-,.,.. ?..-?? ,...?
deatroyed wIth :ts ? o
ins rateable ?Sarnttura, !??? tu^n, ix?oki,
HOUSE C/U-LS ACCUSERS
Chicago Labor Men Citrd to
Prove Lorimer Dictation.
Bpringfleld, III . Mai -" O?cers M
Chicago F?d?ration of Le ?? and mem
era f its es? . ? ? . tiraeom
pear before the bai of the House forth?
with t?i answer el ??_?? na reso?
lution adopted t.?. the federation attack?
Ing gpeaker McKin] ther ?asm
f the Hou -?? ' Prat of lbs
initiative and refere .-ion.
Leglelatora reralved ? mail ; outlay %
.:' the -.?solution f oui the aecrs
t.il : . 1'. M Nui I ?? ??
? back of the gpeeker during
th? dlSCUSSion, dire- ted I
acalnat the inil ai I rafei ladet i
and fraquently eras li i ttlon wltl
House lead"!" during ti I '1 its
FIFTH flVCNUE. AT FORTY SIXTH
OLD Family Jewels re-ar
in DREICER settings
of platinum to conform
with modern ideas.
Stones loft with this house
aro snie-->,uarded by a sys?
tem which eliminates risk
Convenient Fur Storage
Home storage is troublesome and unsafe; ours is safe
and very convenient. Note the special features of our
service: Prompt and courteous service in collections and
deliveries; thorough examination and cleaning of gar?
ments before they are placed in dry cold storage?every
garment on a separate hook; reasonable rates with full
insurance against loss by fire or theft.
Remodeling should be done in Summer at that seasons
Call 3761 Greeley.
19 West 34th Street, New York
PARI* MOSTREAL LOSDOS