THE SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
marie and si delegates In Arizona. He
ddes those llii- Ohio State convention
will rlivt fix (Icier; "tec. Manager Mc
Kinloy cut I'm I" Hint President Tuft will
receive Imlf of Ihe remaining fifty-eight
rMefntcn to ! elected, but .lr Taft will
not li lii to tin tin unto" lu carries
New Jersey. Id' will In.. South Dakota,
luit tnuy get Ari.'.on.i nnd Ohio delegate
ut large, nnd tln Ti'xux delegates will
Col. l!(iovelt' total number of in
structed or pledged delegate in now 420
ns compared with .'!! for Tuft. Tlin
Colonel's timtingcr claim KM, or one less
than the number necessary to nominate,
wjine i'reiueiit l art m managers claim
ROOSEVELT TO FIGHT
FOR OHIO'S BIG SIX
Will 1'oinf to Ilosiilt in Districts
ns Proof Thnt Stntc Is
Xot, for Tuft.
HA RMOX WINS PllEFEHKNCK
CALLS CAMPAIGN A DOG FIQHT.
Wllllmii Wnlilorf Amur's Paper ( iiill
in en l on Ohio,
litrlnt 1'ahlf trittth In Tlir Pi .,
I.OMiON, Mny 11.- Site of the lirltlih
newspapers read in ihe limits fn in
Ohio n dentil lilnu- to T'roulftitfit TnllV
ambition for a ronoiiiination, 'Iliis Ik
esieclnlly so in the case of the fall Mall
Gaulle, which in n lending editorial says:
"The blow to the President from his
native State inn mortal onont.d completes
thn tragedy of Die jtiillcl.il mind in dema
gogic politic. 'Ihe sooner it i retired
from the "cIor light' the better "
J lie Pall Mall Oatrltr is owned by Will-
ROOSEVELT SAYS OHIO
"INVOCATION TO CIVIL WAR."
RESULT SETTLES ITl
iiiie rreoiuenr nut managers oi.um j I -nit; fall Mall Oairlt
iV.ii. fortv more than the number needed VJ 1 1 XntllC DelPIflltpS Jit Iilll"'!' lilm Waldorf Astor, n
"t;K: rittdH . i . n he i
return to tin White House thin mnrnins' Slllto Pntivnii t Inn ,.
from hi Ohio campaign, was to approve
mi extension of his -New Jersey campaign
tour. 'I lie President had planned to end
his New Jersey campaign with a speech
in Atlantic fity next Monday night, but
ufter conferring with HIh New .Jersey
managers ntul leading tho returns from
Ohio hoilecided t, carry thn tight up until
noon on Tuesday. The polls for tho New
Jersey primaries will open at 1 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, so that tho President
will be currying on his stumping tour
of New Jersey up to within an hour of
tho time for the casting of the ballot.
Tho President will deliver ten speeches
( Tuesday morning between Atlontio
City and Philadelphia.
Tho lrenident will learn hero to-morrow
morning for Philadelphia, entering upon
his campaign of New Jersey with speeches
at Camden. Iliirlington and Trenton to
morrow evening. From that time, he
will be pretty much on tho go unrilTuesday
.noon. delivering seventy-flvo or eighty
Chairman McKinley to-night issued
a statement claiming that President Taft
will have not less than seventeen dele
gates from Ohio, with a strong probability
of securing at least, two more. The McKin
ey statement says:
He ha carried beyond nil question ths
First. Second. Third. Hoventh nnd Thlr.
teenth districts, nnd In addition has secured
ono of tho two delegate in the Fifteenth
Tho control of the State convention Is
absolutely In the hands of tho Taft forces,
according to the latest reports. It re
quires 37N delegate to control tho conven
tion nnd more than no Tnft delegates have
been elected on thn figure received to
da to. It i probable thnt tho President's
strength In the conemlon will he Incrensed
richer than diminished by tho belated
Including these delegate from Ohio.
President Taft to-night hns nt least 63
delegate to the nationnl convention, not,
however, including tho delegates yet In
doubt in Ohio. This is forty-three more
than .1 majority of the national convention.
Senator Dixon. "ol. Hoosovelt's man
ager, issued this statement:
Ohio makes the tenth Republican State
wn.-rn th eanuiilncy or Mr Taft and Col
CoLfMiiug, Ohio. May 22. Indications
to-night are thnt Hoosevelt delegates
yesterday cnrrled the Ohio Ilepubllcnn
primaries by a plurality of 30,000 nnd
that (Sow Harmon cnrrled the Demo
cratic preference vote over flow Wilson
of New Jersey by 1S.O0O to 20,000.
Of forty-two district deiegntes Col.
Roosevelt will have thirty-one or thirty
two Hnd Gov. Harmon will have twenty
seven or twenty-eight.
Hnrmon also will hnve six delegates
at large who are to be selected by him
self nnd rntltled by the State conven
tion. The six Hepubllcnn delegates at large
probably will be Instructed for Tnft,
since his friends ore likely to control
tho State convention which will nnme
them. However, the Hoosevelt forces
will uso the verdict registered In the
districts as convincing nroof of the
sentiment of Republicans In the State
and will tight against giving the big six
To-day's returns tended to show n
lessening of Gov. Harmon's lead, as In
dicated last night. The progressives
to-night declared they might corral ns
many as 23 of the 42 delegates for WIN
Hamilton county, the home of two
Presidential candidates, was carried by
one, Taft, and lost by the other, Har
mon. President Taft, as expected, was
hard hit In the farming, mining and In
dustrial districts. He was thought to
be strong In the cities, but carried only
Portsmouth nnd Cincinnati. In the lat
ter Hoosevelt mnde no tight.
LODGE PRAISES CRANE.
Senator Ki premies llricret Thnt
CnllenRne la til Itetlre.
Washington. May 22.-Senator Lodge
of Massachusetts expressed his regret to
day over tho announcement of his col
league, Senator Crane, that he would not
bo a candidate for reelection,
"Senator Crane's announcement, which
has been long pending, means a great
loss not only to Massachusetts but to the
Senate," said Senator l.odgn. "He. haH
not only been a most hard working and
faithful public servant who has labored
constantly for what ho believed to be the
best interests of his country and his State
but he also has brought to the Hrform
nncn of his duties a wisdom nnd disin
tcreMeducsKhot often met with in public
"Ho hns attained a position of great
influence in tho Senate, where his opinion
carries unusual weight, nnd ho has won
the confidence, respect nnd regard of all
members of th Senate without reference
to party affiliation. Ho has alwHVs had
the courago of his convictions, nnd'l have
never known any man so entirely free
from the influence of nny personal interest
in denlini; with public questions.
"I will not undertake to recapitulate
Ihii mnnv tn.inutlPna In n.l.!-U 1. U . . T
a most Important part, but his great ser
vices at thn outset of his career in the
Sennto in bringing about the settlement
of thn coal strike must always be remem-
liarnt n ri.l fitmtul. . ...
example of the work he lias been doing
luiir-iiiiiujr UIl IUII1U lllt'lMCrS.
"To me personally the joss of his com-
rwinlnnnhlri in I hu SInttfifn lu .-
. ............ ... ..... .ivi.i.iT' ,c t t-, j CH."VIt"
llllr fr o,..ImI.I., .1.. -
"m. ,-.,ur.,,, -.,i'Hi,n ninny jviini
and in our close association in tho Senate
11 uns open to me ol special value. It
is not merely that we have scarcely ever
differed on any public question, bin our
Now Even Frninl Cnn't
NO VKAtt FOR NEW .lEItSEY
Stnrls Out To-tlny on J.nst r,e
tf I'riiniuies Ciunpnin
for Deleft es.
Wntpimm Miit tnnnim Airlnm llnlr
I ..... . . ..
nu urn iiiiuappii iinnner.
lltltHVII.I.U. lit' . M it V ft - Itnfl.r llm
...,,. I.. i. !.......... f!..ll It s ...
'l,li,ll .in III . IIL.II l III . ..ill, ..II.
1 Wittetson will soy in the I'ouricr-ltj'intat
... .. ,, ,,, ,,,, , . to-morrow
"Ollltl Him! Won Without. Illlt, "The result in Ohio makes it certain
that the vMers of the United Stntes will
I hnve to reckon with Theodoro Hoosevelt
next Jovemh"r nt the o!ls.
"It will matter not whether he appears
under thn emblem of a regular party
nomination or as an insiirreeto, appealing
to nil parties, unless he breaks down under
the strain and istnkenton lunatic asylum,
I in will be a candidate for President.
"Then! can be in his name itnd (mrson
but one k-iuo: I.ife tenuru in tho execu
tlvo office and a civil fabric imperial In
everything except Its nomenclature.
"Thus our system of representative
government laid in constitutional cheoks
and balances, having achieved the battle
for illdenendent existenen nnrl uiirvlvnrl
tho several ordeals of foreign invasion
and internal Reindict, the disputed suc
cession and the strife of sections and
factions, must f.icn the final and yet
greater peril of mud ambition supported
by corrupt and corrupting millions, play
ing upon tho restless, thn unknowing and
unthinking, tho purchasable, the brutal
and the vile.
"Tho hideous spectacle of an ex-President,
bawling llko a drunken harlot from
onn end of tho land to thn other, dragging
Republicanism through an ocean of filth
to tho horror of Americans having any
sense of decency and the alternate delight
and disgust of tho enemies of Republi
canism all over tho world, gives us a
foretaste of the infamies before us.
"Tho country has reached another
parting of tho ways, From the oxlt of
Washington to Ihn death of MeKinlev
the Presidents of the United States were
level headed and well balanced men, about
whoso mental integrity thorn had never
been the slightest question.
"At length this nation is a world power.
Thn issue precipitated bv Theodore Koose-
san,.r i t.-ii.. i 1.1 . i . ,'nnereii on any putilic question, but 0111
Senator La toilette good his heaviest I n.liitinnu hnvn 1vo..n .i... i.t. .i i. '
vote In tho Twenty-tlrst district, or antest that it is possible for men in such
. tininuil III IllllH,
"No mnn could have been more kind nnd
considerate than Senator Crane has al
ways been to me, and in addition I feel thn
deepest gratitude to him for thn most
loyal nnd devoted support whenever 1
needed it and when 1 most neisiisl it, a
suppott uhich I can never forget '
Cuynhoga county, where he polled 4,163
VOtCS. Jn KUltOn COtintV lM Follettn ent
more votes than President Taft. Of the
fourteen counties carried by Taft seven
of them are democratic stronKhnlds
where the Republican voto was small.
Former Congressman Grosvenor of (
v.iuiin hub untaini a.s 11 mil lieieK.lie
frnfn thi. Ilevenlh illutrlpl
There Is talk of urging
i!,.n-..w.i, i i ' . . ' V.: i irown. itooseveii .Main cuairman. u.r
. ' V "' me neau or tne national committee. Ar-
1'lll'IICHII M'tiT- tlll!l selves for decision . thlir I. I'.nrrnril ilf l-lvi-l-, mil., inn,,,,.
facturer, Is said tu bo the likely House,
velt candidate fur Governor
All the Democratic members of Con
gress from (-)hlo were renominated ex
SAYS YOUNG WANTED JOB.
I.ik. ll.iin' ecrf tur mi IlnnU
rr'l Alltl-Wllsnn Arll.ll..
Ovrtkii Hat, I,. I., May 22.- "The result
in Ohio has settled thn contest."
Col. Hoosevelt summed up hl Ohio
victory this way to-day. To-morrow
morning, believing he surely will be
nominated, ho sets out determined to
add New Jersey to his list won In nnen
primaries. It will be the last light of his
campaign for thn nomination. He is
confident of winning. Though he fools
sure that the nomination is his without
Nhw Jersey tho Colonel is anxious to
finish up his fight with a victory in that
State. Thn Colonel .in his speeches has
declared repeatedly that every State of
the eleven which havo hail preferential
primaries lias gone for him except Massa
chusetts, "which went against us only
by three-quarters of 1 per cent."
"The victorj- in Ohio means that it will
be hopeless to trv to beat us nt Chlcnim."
continued tho Colonel in his statement
to-Uay.'by unseating our delegates, who
represent tho popular will in Washington,
Indiana, Kentucky and elsewhere. Nor
will it be possible for our opponents to
win by seating delegates from Southern
States who represen t nothing but fraud."
Thn Colonel Wiu In ihn fnrtat Invlnl ninn
fl. ll.l t.llbMi OASln In I. la lll.vn ..H.I 1.. I
i . . . ... ... men! wns In vnln n'l,n1.n. v.n.
riding nooin anu lan nciinc rot lies, lust ...n nunuuir.
i,nfr ''sion 01 i no sworn, with all that went
......... .-v, .......j I,,.-. iii.,uu,i.., oeiorn it aim all that it carried with it
judgment of the people is a phrase taken i shall be nullilled; whother. become a world
fr.n. Tlmnlhv T U" ..J n . IV '.. ..1 I nnrer fhiu nutiM. In 1 1 . 1 n 1 . ..
... i.innti mi n i ill; i.v.il-1 I.M.- r, j ; ................ niuu , irv.iiiuii ui mull-
nun in ivooscveu a nacKiug. "..' " "nuuiiiiKriii
"Seriously. I can only rene.,. what I i.L0'' "t'9"' ,h" .ow "f
,,,. . : . . ' , . V .. . , I ;nii-Kiinru nun win naming or a dictator
have already said -that I Infinitely refer He who says this is not the issue little
thn llnlitwtrntn ii.tlmnrmt nt thn nvliK whnt Itn ia antiiin- 1... il.lKl...
their impulsive judgment. And. as I " i not were prudent to question his
have aLso said, if I had to maUn a choic , $or? VtfZJl
I would choose the mollis vn udement ia i, t f .. 'j .
- . , ,, i .ii.wiiinm iii ii umiiiuaii 10 civil
oi inn people miner man win aeuoernio
judgment of thn bosses.
"The result in Ohio has settled tho con
tent. I belinve we could Ivivn won without
Ohio Our opponents needed the sub
stantially solid vote of Ohio in order to
give them even a chance to niiike a con
test at ttmChic.150 convention
Till' Vl'lllll't ll.l- h,.,.l liri.llii mniw In ufnrY
. ,. , , ' . lll.lil.'l. IS nillll IU I'U nil iihhi.. liliiise. .
State Inft .-it'll his '.liiitj.iinn ninnnuers I velt rnmllilni., f.n- j:,..-r,...r I ln-enh P llimultv (iov Wilson's iipl
true tully rinlied thn an advere erdlc All the IJemocrnttc members of Con-I Vf"t ws-'retary, issued a statement m
In Ohl" me int tliv de.i'li Uiicll of the move- press from t)hlo were renomlnntrd ex- Jerer Cilv veMerd.iy in which he said
nier.l Kiiei.ntniiiate Mr Taft. cent W. R. Denver In the Sixth. He ,),, ',he opmsltion 'in lludvm count v
Kealtui': the s.u,,!,,,,, Mr Tuff f,nnUv refused to be a candidate. a i,ii,..,,Ji i... . ' V, ., '
ht.,t... t . .....,n. lust lhi.rs.lav in his 1 Fur Republicans who were defeated "1 ' ' ,-T , '7, ,' "'!"
i-tee.'h I he m.Im m uhio. mv home state , for Congress two years ago uill trv " 'l"0 nie-.mi. at l-.lks Hall Inn 1' nday
will be de i-ne ami will settle llm nii.wtion aK'''n this year. They are .lames Joyce , "'Sht "sj-em- to h.iv been generated
o' i.i.intnaii'iM " llemibllcan leaders!1" 1,10 '''",''nth. Albert DniiglaNH in "ut of the re-entinent and disappoint
mid the i:..,,,,!,!,,.,., .-..tei-s i-o Internret the tno Klrst' w- s- Kprr ' Fourth and a r several gentlemen who personally
:o ,-,.' , l-m . ,. "Pr l"m p. A. Holllngsworth In the Sixteenth '''"V that their oMraor.l inary nitaln'-
ill I . i. . ment- entitle thi'in to the i stinclioii or
l i e l.'ei.iihllean party w blcr than the i holding public office "
atiib tti.ii of anv i,e mnn -Ihii one wi.f, I WILSON CLAIMS 243. Referring to George V Voung. the New
patriotic thing to be done is for .Mr. Taft , Wl; banker, one of the speakers, who
ntul his inaii.igers ninv In accept the iinani-1 Anil Concede. n flnrk sia llele-is nn '"piislgisl candidate for delegate
mnus vcnlli t nr the KepubllcRn prlmarv , .. , at large. Mr Tumultv said that Mr Vming
.States mid tn "Hhdr.i.v frnm the contest. Ke 1 nlnalrnctrit. I :t it. had been nn avowwl candidate forapsiint-
.Veith-r h- nor h-s immaeers can longer, Asni.voTo.v May statement n-V'"1 S",,,, ''."'i'1!- Commissioner
,,V,sV,,i, .,!,nnv,,e ,oM,en, that fVimX W m ImaVlolir TTv om,,W ,0.","1","
..inn nn iiio-.mi'ii nine iimnn in iissnme .u... -i. . j .. . i " uovernor Unit cnen carefn run-
.1 Mm liepiihlie.-,:. party. . .V"".'.' ' " " Ka,eH. a,r,.,a,' ' deration K. the eamlldncy f Mr inline
'"J-""- ...I....V..U tu,.. e.., ion is as m ,!,! ,10i bring himself to nppoint
follows: him to this nnsitlmi Wl.il.. tins iu
a matter of ernin.litii's betwe.'ti the (iner-
m nor nun r lining, it becomes a public
iiiiestinn when this mnn, running in oppiisi
i;'tlnn to Ihe iiieriinr' avnweil cundiilates,
12 sets himself against the dou'rinir, nut on
the itruiind which really ('filiates lus enn
M.duct, but fur le.iMins of alleged piitrintisni
20 mid loyalty tn meric: n institution, which
M he hypiHTitienlly urged in Kills MM!
s , Iftlov ilsnii ha i hiinged III I wn inentlis
'' tune from a man under whom .Mr inm
whs willing tn nciept a position to a mini
mr wliniii mi wnril of his i mm t... . lle
li must be eMileni to the Miters i,r thi
cniiiiiy that it Is more reasonable in ik.iii,,.
spent nniy .'5,i)mi, naif of which went "'insas are oonceueii lo speaker t ark. ihr.i n. rent ,i , ..... ... V "
r.... ....!..... m..i.-.-i i . .i .. tlirilifrh the ilelee.iii.M fin'or it,.. ,.,... ... V i'.is.u i ,i r in
.... ...IK. ..n oun- iiiurges wiac win " , ,, Wiiln . . i . ' iippn-lllnn Is tracealiln to his keen dls.ni.
li.,.evcl.peop..(.p,..t,,otlWs.hanK'n..W " ' 'V " , . , ?" ' ' 5., l:! h"ittne, failng , clln. .
in tlirnn days tn n.-et tJi,. appearand! Th- ton delegates fnn'ii North linker,, torn iiHniiiershli, a position of evtrenn.
Serct. Sanders, thn nnirrii m.irfvr life tint down for Gov. Rurke Inn ii .s ll'ipnrtHne III the b.uiUri:: "old
I 'ooe i
the le.lll .rstuti r,l llm lleimblles.
Hi", tioiiiinniion is inevii.ible nnd his election
is i ei tain in o ember
111 a statement issued early in the day
Manager MeKinlev culled attention to the
lint thnt President Taft lias now carriisi
tho Hnpiilibciiii stares of New Hampshire,
Vermont. .Mass,iehueits i'nmi,.efi,.,,f
Hhcdn Island. Delaware, Indiana, Michi- I'nrtn'ltUo
g.v,. low.,. .Montana .Vdor.idi, Wyoming.
Nt-v .Mexico. I tah, .'.ifii and WuMhitiK- IMdwurc
ton, aiui I. t.'nrit-d on tht tiploKations mi?Jicu
ff uiiii-r lifpuhliran States.- added Sew ifanipthlrv
tui.i. n'l IJIItl mr HtnW
vch 1 ..-fleers in Olno harl MXpwidod $3'jr).(ji ! TotnN
ill flint Sr:ili. -i ml l.,.t Tft f-. ' 1 .1
IKon vote to date,
nrk vfltr tn dAtf
- M JirvlAml
vch U-fko rs in Ohio had txpnrid $3'jr).(ji , Total 2it
in that Statt-alornj ami Thiitthj Taft forrrn In tliis table thn twwitv vottt from
luvl -wnt only 2b,wt, half of vhic) wont Knnwis arj oonc'(i'd to Speaker ('lark,
r t..c. i .. i .i . tliriltcrti f hn finlitnntita ruci.P I...
STRIKERS RIOT IN NEWARK.
Seirrnl I'nllepnirn Itnrt Ilefare Mh
A riot folln'.vrsl mi nltnmnl m.,1. 1.
"1 ntn profoundly appreciative of what ,,1H w,ril'ng laborer In Newark yeoterday
the people of Ohio have done. It repre- to force ninn men who wern building a
M'lits n victory not only for thn pUiin n'o-' crohswnlk nt ,-'- nntcenth avenue and
nlii nf the lletillliltiMili li.irl- lull fiir .turv I i . ., . . . -
good e.'.et. of the i'hited 'tates7 foV uV ' " m,P'n """l "U" ' T
this contest we have Mood for the funda- 'B.n -"r'" policemen were utruck with
mental rmlitH or gooilcmeiishipMiul every Mnl:l" "" eiones ncioro mey routed thn
honest, decent citi en. no matter what 1 crowd of morn than I(i0 strikers with re
ins iMiluics. is prnfiiutiillv concerned in , volvers and nights ticks, o shots were
our victory, for wear.'llglitiHghisb.ittles ' (jril,
Thn Colonel i. noted Chairman I'rown
of the Hoosevelt forces in Ohio its holding' '"" trouble began a call was M?nt
that the "blind ballot." Mvcallcd becaiiKe for the. reserves in the various precincts,
the nut i. Hoosevelt liepublleans in the Capt. Vogeltand a dozen bluecoats from
state central coiiitnitte.. refused to allow ' ,he l'ourtli precinct Minion were soon on
lh"n Y'f Il" J't''7'vnlt and I-a the scene and sailed into the mo!. In
Hollette t .. printed or, the ballot to in- ,he mixup Vogel was hit on the arm with
dicat.Mhealhliatlon-ofth.Mlelegates.was ,rick. Patrolmen Ttickman. Har enberg
,, '' n;r cent liatidicap t. the Hoosevelt , Salter and Kenny were hit with bricks
cause it the Mali mt he primary election nd cut and brin-ed about in bodi"
Mr toosevelt was pleosisl over the Plain c,,es men Kau.s and Cort were
.- rengtb of tho negro vote for him. as knocked down and drew the r revolver
showing that the negroes appreciated his before gaining their feet ruvoivern
stand in the Brownsville a(Va r , Th m"n'.vr ! arretted. Thoy said
In owning to-morrow his Thursday. I they were Thomas Monochi of Morris
vr"-V, 'l U.hlnv1n,! .Von!l,lV ,0,"r rtvnue. (iiusnppi Kalplm of iW ?Vt
.New Jersey the I olone wil spend part Kinney street and .lames Conchasco of
of the day in Paterson. Passaic and Hock-1 -joi Pifteentli avenue,
ensack He will leave .lersev Litv over The situation in the strike liecame so
the r.rio road r.t II 'cls-k r'roin Hack- I serious yesterday that Chief of Police
ensack he will motor in the afternoon Corbitt issued orders that all the mounted.
rough HasbroMck Heights. Helleville. ,cycln and motorcycle polleenien re.
tloomt eld. . otitcl.ur and West Orange mi,i a.ity instead of taking pnrt in
" I1 lw '!1n''lrtl "l luncbenn at thn the annual inflection of thn ilepartment
Hamilton (hill in Pjltmsfin Anil l ilmtwir i.. tl' u: ' ...-.. .. . . . line ill
nt ii,.. (...,. ... T. ... V... : Vi.' "' ''lri yesiernay alter
Orange His evci'iing sH''eches will be
III Vi.wn.1.' nt U r't.l.,r on, I I,,.. n ....
... .-. ....... ... . ..,iin a.iiii i.iiri .ii. nn
overflow meeting in the military park
lie -win shuk 111 .jersey i ny ai u:ii, u
is iiTrii.ef.Ml tbiil I.., uill t-I..,itf Inr.ili.
. , . ..... ...... ... . ... (tn .... (,(-J
along the lines that lie has been following
ROOSEVELT TO OPPOSE ROOT.
of Sergt. (Mtid'!-s, thn negro
of HrowtiM die, in tlm State.
The statement says the money in Ohio
w.vi put up by "a croup of millionnites,"
among them (ieor;:e W Perkins. MmIIII
Mct'orminh I't.'inir A Mimuri I in., fru....n i In il.i.
, . ',. 1.I.IIIIU, r
vho was indiMcd by thn Taft iidminis. I Nrbra''1 "
fat ion lor ncicptin rebates, Mr Car- r.,sv
lord, a wealthy automobile manufacturer 1 uvvirhutMt
who nspitis to lm I'nited Stc.tes Senator'
from Ohio, i'lid William Kiinn, thn IMtts-, ri,'V,L I"1' wln
burg bosn It declares that to l-'lmn was i
'ssipned I In' w ork and expense of ratry-l Unr.lnl
I glhel Ightcciitlifli-trpt.iiear Pittsburg. I """''
..ml fl.f.t li.t tn ,1,1.1.1... ...1 . '
,' ,,. ....i.t.iwt, iif-TS. llllMll'y 111
Urn Mate at Urge and contributed ids
pcrs'innl picsenrt) besides
l,t.l.. I'-- ........ ...... nr, l, III, it s
well known they openly favor the nomi
nation of (iov Wilson in preference to
any other candidate. This makes (iov
Wilson's actual strength S'a delegates.
inn. HHrmnus mir I mlTu ! vni.iini.i.
STANDING OF CANDIDATES.
t -ila.ir'irtpct ,n, D.iul.i
Nn. ni, ,
30 Hl.n rt
III I cllliessie j,
BARNES FIRM AGAINST T. R.
Says I hp ChlcilKn iiim elitlnn Will
Drfent Plan of iitnerne.
Chairman Unrnn of thn Republican
Statu committee, commenting yesterday
on the result of the Ohio primaries, said.
"The result in Ohio has nrohahlv ndileil
enough delegates to thn Tnft column to j
The managers for the other candidates
dispute the correctness of this tahm
GEORGIA TURNING TO T. R.
Tnft OrlrKntrs I'lnil In tililn llrtrnl
Kicnsr fur l)e-irl Inti,
AlliNlA, May '.'. The sweenini- vie
WasiiimiKin. May 11 The standing
of the Presidential candidates to-night,
acioiding to the latest information rn
ceivisl from the respective headquarters,
is ns lollows
ii. x.i'i'H in i iiiienilon
N.,i-.ir fn: r,...
rpiliiuil for Tjft
InMlriu ti'il for 'r.ifi
riubiii-i! r.ii lpif,Hfet
1 nst ril.'l eii foi itnesi.ell . .,
Iii.lrm n it r.ir l..i rnllitie
I iisiru t,-, for Cummin
Dt'lpffniiii In i in 1, cut Ion . .
SVi , i.iiHr) for 1 110I1. . . ,
liisirurfil t.ir I'lurk . .
Iiinructnl fur Wll-im.
liiHin.i Kil for t nili-riMioil .
Inwlru, Uil for llarinoti . . ..
Iiiii in li 0 lor .M.irslmll
J 11 mi rm ' i'il fr HaMulii
I n si 1 ii.-t . 1 for llurl.e .
i 4 11
torv of Hoosevelt in Ohio has
Tntta htri mi tlit Ciiiirm-i .lt
inwite his nomination, but ihos,. He- itiHtriicled for him. ai.r it w;,v commm, WATCH ROOSEVELT INTERESTS
publicans wln.-n purpose is to prevent 1 tuik itl Hepublic.m circle-, to-day tint -
thn Hepiiblican parly being Used US JniinY f ,). Taft delegates are re.nlv 1.. t linens nf lleleirnte. .. ...... ..,...
nocratio form of 1 ni. ' .. . . .
' ' c " ' IIMlll
nn agency to subvert democratic form of 1 0,,
government 111 America and establish There are many imgroe-on the (leor,.,,,
through deceiving the voters nn nut 00 delegation 'IW negroes Im-o ni.V
rniy 111 its place, should reliti(Uish no been strong for llm President, and in his
i tumi in m.'iliiiig it clear to those who do loss of his home stum I hey lltnl a good
not comprehend what is going on to stand ejeusn u turn to Hoosevelt'
lust in their nllci'l.iiimi I Imv., im ilouM , Henry .Incssoli, Collector nf Internal
Hevenue, and Walter Johnson. rnii,.,
v. hen that convention assembles there
will be delegatus there who have been
i.iMirable to thn nomination of Mr Hoose
velt he! oie lliev realized the real psychol
ogy of his ciiididacv. but will act as
(Mtrints rnth"r llian servitors. The
iillli'-t will conin between mental courage
and physical cownrdicn."
WiM'ii this statement was shown to
oiniitrnller Preiidergast, who is leading
ihe 1,'oosiivel! forces 111 this city, h dic
lil'ed this retort:
"Mi llnrncs'H gurgle on the result of
the Ohm primaries should bn nddnd as an
nppendiN to tlm rep'irt of thn special
((iiiiinitti'n of Ihn .Senate appointed to
invest igaie tlm city anil county of Albany "
liarles II Ducll. cliairiiiunoftheltoo.se-
vet l olllllllttee, slipi.
Tim light is won. Pennsylvania, Ohio
mid Illinois with tlmir isj votes have
pvcn 'Oi 10 Mr Hoosevelt and sixteen 10
Ml "I ill t. New Jersey next week will he
lolllld 111 the Hoosevelt column h
Uii Killed li Cnll I'mm Wlnilo.T,
Thrsi-M.:ir...t,i ,i,,m Mnlynrnux, .Tr,
wateh'iis' tho lios plnv In tlm viinl vcm.
... .. ..1.. . ii ". iiii-i uiioii-oo, i unco
.Status Marshal, who dominated the con
veution that named the Taft delegates
are trying to hold them in line, but it was
said to-davthat Itonsiivelt would pi nimbly
get every negro delegate from (ieorgia
and several of the white delegates
Contention In MnUe I'lnns.
i 1111 .Mm, ,iay 1 lie llllllnis delega
tion in llm Chicago ((.mention nt tho
Hotel I.11 Salle to-day adopted a icso
liitioii asking Slates that have instructed
tor Itonsnvell to send committees h,.rn
111 advance of tim convention to decide
upon what is best to dn tn thn convention
to aid the Hoosnvelt cause
A proposal to start a movement against
Senator Hoot as temporary chairman
ol llm convention was siii'lclied al tho
SHOT IN DARK HALLWAY.
Ilr. ChIItIh Mny Dip nf AVnnnda
j Or. Francesco Calivia, who was gradti
j ated a year ago from the New York Medi-
ITKrr..U... -liu f .ih....,n e. V" ""H nis ..miner l-.rnest
im- i'iujiiirurui u uniRhior at isnnnr
i'im lliirnr. rlilpmiiii it... n
' 'anu .11011 streets, was snot nnd perhaps
Washington. May Tlm belief 1 laiauy wounded last night m the dark
among Hepublicans in Washington is that 1 hnllway on the ground floor of the tene
Col. Hoosnvelt will oppose the selection mPnt where they live at 10S Klizabeth
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LA FOLLETTE IN JERSEY
ATTACKS T. R. AND TAFT
Hon for I'rcsldent.
gentlemen gave out n public c.cu f.M
, imlttlng my .support, I wan Iniimrlmifl
to bo 11 llgurche.-Kl. n Mtnlllng linrse mi.
I raid that If I'd play up to the cmnen-
Hint nnd disappear 19HJ would be Just
about right for me."
'"N" party ever nominated a man fei
ns, j. t ...... - .. . iicMiiciu wno nan aa i t ic t 1 tics t li.it
Snvs Tlmt Tf Eitlior of Them Is nowveit has ,4i.,.t T,.fi ,.r C
VOB,J I. M.. , things Tnft hiiH ..-.aid about It, t.it
..mm ii 1 1 .m-11 11. s iciciiiii .mi party win inaltn Hut kind of 11 iumi
Uppubllcnn Party. 1 ,,n,l'h3 11 ",,n'3 "'
. '' referred to candidates with n tv:
III.' a r it n n it 1 i c. 1., .. . . '""," 1,1 "'e ua.VM gone liy luu
JI L Ol' J'ERS H I M S K L K ' N'alen out the two hit-heat men ) i:-
i Publican national conventloiu'. and s.ild
' 1 ve had Vlnconi-ln r,.e i ...... i,.
In (Iip Rncp to Stnv nnd Bcliovps' linr".?"'1 f?r bclIUf ,i,prnonni r.i i
... . .lulu in in ,1.-. uns t, (II)V ,..,1,1,1 'i,,.
Hp Is Qunllfiptl to furp
nr?,'", 'Si'n',l.,nr nt,nck,l the trusts an.l
criticised Itoowvclt for nut enf-rrinr
tho Sherman nntl-trust art In the let
tcr. when he wiih President.
"Inntead of prosecuting about oeMm
trusta a year for seven years-." he mW
thnt when Uoosev.lt took olllce then
jyero 149 trustM with an aggregate rap.
tal of $3.7:14,000,000, nnd when he
turned the otlice over to I'resMrnt Tafi
there were 10.o;o triiNts 1th a tot.n
capital of $31,000,000,000. of which only
30 tier cent, were ronl .inii.,
ne sain Hint bad he, l.a Kollette. bwn
would have mil
of the itenublicau iiiitional conventioti
The Republican progressives are already
ixT.iiiiiiiir, to tan. 01 a caniiiuatu in oppose
Senator Hoot Senator Clapp of .Mititie.
ot.i is the man they ill urge
Thi III oi;reHnivcn wern fiehni' so rneh.
sure user the Itoosnvell victorj- in Ohio
Heriollslv the rules! ion of n Vtrsi.lmsl
(Initial candidate to rim with the Colonel.
Uov llailley or Missouri, ben.itor llor.ih
and Senator Cummins weie muntioued.
Till) lirilliri'llhlvilW Ills,. ul.l Inrl (1....
Johnson of California iih their candidate
I or permaneui cuairman ol tlin national
. .11 . 1. : . ..r . .
i-oiiM-iiiino. .111 uns, oi course, on me
.Isslll, lotion th.lt Itoo-eviill will 1... ,,1.1.
to nvnrtiirn the present Taft control
oi mo party organization ami dominato
111.1 Ul III . .'Ill lllll
l)r Calivia and Ins brother left the drug
store at 0:30 o'clock and went home. Dr.
Francesco told his mother and brother
that he was going out for lunch. The
next they heard was his cry as three
shots were tired in the hallway below,
illuming down r.rnest round his brother
that they were even beginning to discuss 1 1 alien to the lloor with a bullet wound
,,i inn Hi. jiiuio nun iiuouier in ins inn
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,, ' '" I III. III. iii 11.-.
llii niM'ii't hs iufpailug aupper
.i ins iiiiiii-. .mnn
! a motnrinan.
The boy ekull wnkfrai;
V . , ... line's. l.rili'M
111 lltlntlier htl.tement fo.tltirlil slnnn.n . ...i .... 1. 1. .....'...
..." V. I ,V 1 " ,""ul ii.ni-11 ini-iiuiv
11, vim I ill lt,irun.'ilt u inn... J
fused to concede more than ten (RilegatcH
from Ohio to Tnft. He declared Itoose-1
v.ilt u-.ml.l tntifnil tin, slim.. ii... 1
The Dixon statement also' quoted a tele
gram purporting to have been received
lrom one of I ho four uncontested dele
gates of Mississippi This telegram read.
uiese nisi ructions nave gone out to
Taft ir '.Stand firm for tho President.
It ii bri'iilc comes von u-ill 1... i.-.l.,.. ,.iP..
01 111 tjin coiiiiroiinse.
"The only meaning Ihe telegram can
possibly have." says the Dium statement,
"is that the Taft mr.iiagers are themselves
planning to shift to a compromise candi-
side This bullet hud entered between
inn lourin aim nun rins anil had come out
through the back A physician was
summoned and then an ambulance was
called from (iouveneur Hospital, to which
iie- iiijuii-ii in.iii ivasiaseu
No one sw the shooting. ICrnest
Calivia says he can't understand why
any one should shoot his brother Ho
is '.' l years old and su far us the members
of his Inlnilv or rri,tml.i I.....
" ;-,- ' , : '. " " ono mi enu-
I mi"s. l.rnest tlunlcs it was a ease of mi..
HAD WATERED INK C. 0. D.
A t'hrnp SitIiiiIIIiib tSnme Came tn
firlrf In The Ilronx.
Ceorge Martin or m Pearl street and
Thomas Murray, homeless, wero locked
up in the Alevnuder avenue police station
last night charged with working the aged
C. O. I). package gamo with a cheapened
twist. Detectives say that the men have
made a fair living out of it
n,.. ,1.1 .1... i .
. - i.i.i, lii-in ii, i iiii iioiiii, nt ?.ntmi..i
Director MeKinlev ilcnleil In Mm numi SeliilTnliti jc.i I.'.i.. I ml. .i . i . . .
... . - '"""i .... ...... nun sin ci. iusi nienr
emplintlc iiianner that "Instructions" win, nrl i.t.. r ...i ' ...' 7 l.
such ns ,,,u,ed by Senator DImii, had , order.,1. H,..v L..i i " "... !.Va
United SlPtes Senator rtohert m. i.n
Follette of Wisconsin snohe last ntehi
In the auditorium of the Jersey City
High School building. Col. Hoosevelt
with talk In the same hnllilim.- tn.i,i,.i,t
and President Taft will speak there to
morrow evening. Senator I.n Follette
appeared under the ausnlc p nf Oir l'nn.
pie's Institute and ncreed tn nn-r , 'hnP,t"1.1
onestlnn, ,., , " .J 1 " " ! Y1. 'JPi,,acm. WUM have rr,
- " '""ii me noor me oncrman anil-trust net to all Fed-
after ho had finished. He tnlked so long ' eral Hlstrlct Attornevx nnd would haie
there was no time for quizzing. About ' l' , 1 .,JK',n to Prosecttle all criminal
1,200 jieople listened to him. ?K 1 "'.V W'"CM have been rnt.lilnc
I'ntll Senator I.a FolIette'B Phlladel. . W0, , f woul(1 ,mvn W
Phi. . speech, the HudsonrlS Mt:
headed by George I,. Kecord. clamored ninety days I'll take olY the heads c
for the Senator's nomination for Presi-. cTy one of you."
dent. At a dollar dinner to-night I,"ferrln? the Tnft-Roosevelt rnn
Itecord made tho announcement In the h" not0 a sc'rlmf, nllnS a"' ,Mnk
absence of U Follette. who was to woman" ln Ame'rTcT who "1 nTl?
have been the guest of honor, that he mortified over the conduct oMhe ran"
received a telephone message from Palf.n' ,'r,lc ''ns held tho highest nftlre
Washington that the Senator was 111 " if of t,IP People. They hate
and hnd retired from the rice a' i0.1"0'' " '""'ard of political
resolution was a.Ce , nls I AttMW cm Into the tnlre of
. ........ .....si iii- i'i i r-iMiiii itiiiisi.
luiiuiuacy or ;oi. ltooscvelt and since
that hour the Hudson progressives, ex-
Tim Sntinl,.. IH..H..I . - . .
imiivii me irusi nur?-
lion to n cancer thnt nmM n.i v...
ceptlng a comparatively few, have 'been ' ' V'i V"' excpnt '' "furglcnl statesman
shouting for the Colonel. , . -
"f wan! toasavt,!Ctt,0r SaId,l88t n'Bhl: T ""S
1 want to say that from the very be- , p' Kdng fat man; have r the qualm-
ginning a year ago nnd ever since I entlf,ns to perforin the surgical opera
have been and will be clean to the finish I " ' ,V"r twpnty years In Wiscnn-ln
a candidate for the Republican nomlna- ! KmeVSSTt'SSch S'"
been sent to any Tnft delegates.
NO FLOP YET IN KINGS.
l'nrl lniuigrr lnin i.m.t si;,Um
nf "Hnpelrss t'lindlilnte."
In thn absence of Timothv I,. Wnnilni.T.
thn Itepublicau county leader in Ilroolt
lyn. at his camp in the Adirondack thn
party nianagnrs refuwd to make uny
comments on the result of the primaries
Election Commissioner -lacob I.ivinc.
st on, leader in the 'I wentv-seenml Au
fcembly district, however, sniil li,iiun
far as lie knew tho Kings county delegates
to ( hiciiKo, with tlm I'M'optlon of the two 1
win. liiiim .I....I. . v. ..I r.. u. .. ,. ... .
...... n'iiiivu mr uoomivcii, w
stick 10 Taft.
.SherilT Charles It. Law, who came out
for Hoosovelt two weoks ago. igbiied a
stateinent in which lie said: ,iml,t
llm Indlililiwl (leli.gHtes or most of them
will 111 dun limn resent ho attemnl t..
tin them to a hnpnleM, candidatn fori
, ,,.- r, .,, nui.n..,oi'iii pouucni nar or
and will indnjiendontly assert their re
spective preferencca nmonc live candi.
date for tho Presidential nomination."
. , , , : "J niiHiu iiieuuier
or the household, ntul there was () cents
to iiav on it Schiiinlii. I,.,. 1 .,. .i ' .
a (mart or ml;, nor had any member of
his household Itesides, he had heard of
he came which has U-en worked often
111 I he llrniv lit,. . 1 1 .. U..1.1 . . "i i.i.
,1.1., ill- lli'lll tno two
men at the house until he had summoned
Dulecliyes Doyle and (INnill, who ar
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