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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912.
Xnmfnrp Civrs Ou( Kxlnicls
From l.ctlcrs Assuring Sup
poi-l in ('niiipnirii.
DISAIM'KAHS OVKK SI NDAY
1'lnns SmiM Socluxion This
Week lo Think Out His
Speech of Accepdiiice.
Ska Girt, .V. J July si - Oov. Wil
son Is going tn write Hint speech (if
acceptance thin week, If lie has to lock
himself In the utile of Hip I.lttln White
House to do It. Hp 1ms been tm ruMhcil
liy delegations, caller, conferences anil
correspondence t lint, lie bus not been
able to formulate his Ideas on the pint
form, much lees put n line tn paper,
and It Is only about two weeks and
three days before Ollle .lames nnd his
notification committee will be here to
tell him formally that he was chosen
The Wilson method of preparing such
a document differs from that of most
other men In that In- will do little work
with his pen. He has trained his mind
so that he can ai ranee his speech
therein until ho Is ready to dictate to
ii stenographer. He will make, very
few, If any, notes or memorandums.
Hm will lay out his speech In thought
nnd except to read authorities or con
sult statistics his labors will be mental.
It Is said thnt In his public documents
as Governor be ha? bad Utile occasion
to revise or polish his diction: he has
n pretty fair off-hand vocabulary. The
actual work of writing the message
Itself will not take more than three
hours, but he plans to spend nt least
three days this week In the preparation.
The Governor hnd a pood rest tn-clay,
one of the long sleeps which so refresh
him. He was where no visitor possibly
could pet at him. with the telephone
wires disconnected and his address not
known nt a telegraph olllce. He will
see only about three persons to-mor-iow
morning, tine of them will be Sen
ator James A. Iteid of Missouri, new
member of the executive' committee.
Then he will go Into retreat, not to be
disturbed except by his executive com
mittee on Important business. The Gov
ernor would like to clve the public an
hour of every day, but his friends have
told him that he could not possibly do
It thl week.
An hour means every hour from b
o'clock In the morning till midnight.
When they camp on the veranda there
Is only one way to get rid of them
nnd that Is by coming out to shake
The Governor has permitted extracts
to be made from some of the letters
he has received from Uepnbllcans, but
he will not permit n name to be pub
lished. He holds that If the writers
want to have their change of heart
known they will make It known them
selves. In addition to the letters there came
to-day a telegram from Col. Hubert K.
lowing of New Orleans, saying that ho
will raise J30.000 by popular Mibi-trlp-tlon
In his Stnte, nnd another from
Norman K. Mack saying that the tlrst
day of his popular subscription brought
The letters run like thlt.:
A member of one of the lulKest electric
and imuiiif.ietiirliig roinpniitr.s In the
world at Plttbuiii: Although having voted
111.- Itepuhllr.in lleket III the past I lime
the slnceie pleasure of extending to you
congratulations ami best wl-hes for your
election. If my humble efforts can be
of any service to ou. I shall be pleased
to aid In any Nnnlble w.i.
A prominent lawyer tn Seattle. Wash,:
1 have necr Iwcn t'einocrat In na
tional polities, but there aie many rea
sons why 1 sh.ill vote that way this
J'1"- ... ,
A prominent fruit grower of .New ork
State: Although never a Democrat, this
vear t am going to vote for Gov. Wil
son, not as ,i Iieinoerat. but as a man.
In the largest meaning f the wind. .My
Influence will be for ou.
A letlred farmer of Massachusetts:
Since Lincoln's tlrst campaign my family,
father, brothers and self have voted the
llepuhllcan national ticket. This ve.ir It
will give me both great pleasure and
great lellef to cm' my vote for ou.
Thousands of other progressive Itepuhll-c-Htis
will do the P.ime.
Th piesld.-nt of a laln national bank .
Together with many former lb-publicans,
from among the most iriirosetitutlve men
of our good State, I shall support you.
Whatever Influence I have will l' exerted
In the support of a party of the people,
for humanity" "' ami true democracy
A civil war veteiau III Wisconsin
I have never voted the l)i inocratlc
tlrket. but I lutein! to caHt my vote for
ou and am sure I voice the majority of
ihe veterans In this State.
A piestdept of one of the strongest
hanks In Itn.okl.vu--Tor the first time
In many years the voung men of our
country hav. opportunity to vote with
a eonscleno In support of their po
litical views. Yum candidacy appeals
to the people' of the whole country and
not to a section of It
The president of it Pennsylvania cool
ltBC lhave always been a ItrpiiMlcan and
never oted for any othei p.mv, hut 1 so
thoroughly believe In you that I Intend
to give you my vote ami my Influence.
Depend on me for any service 1 may be
able to render.
The head of a trust company of Chi
cago 1 shall be happy to aid you in un
way within my power. Your nomination
of us who have been Itepub.
ltcans an opportunity to vote for n man
honestly nominated, who owes allegiance
..i.. in Hie common American citizen.
A Philadelphia urehltect Bum and
brought up n Itepubllcan, the son of
an officer In the civil war for many
vears, nnd for many years a Judge In
Ohio, I most earnestly congratulate you
upon your nomination nnd shall Rive jou
my heartiest support from now until elec-
"A Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook
county, Illinois I am a Itepubllcan, but
I nevertheless cordially and heartily con
gratulate you on your nomination as
Demociatlc candidate for PieslUent of
tho United States. I am with you.
One holding an Impoitant position with
one of tho largo railroad companies In
Wisconsin I am a Itepubllcan, but it
Democrat for 191", as are most railroad
men and about everybody dsn up this
way. My congratulations anil my heart
iest support am yours.
A well known Itepubllcan editor of
Philadelphia -On the anniversary of our
great Declaration, a lifelong Itepubllcaii
who cast his first vote for President for
Abmhifm Lincoln In 186t, offers you con
Kratulallons nnd nssuies you of such sup
port by work, word and vote, as Im Is
able to give. May you win Is my prayer.
Just lie noon ns thei Governor gets
tlM notification off his mind ho will
have to prepare for nnother bin event.
State Chairman Kdvvard K. Gromeup 1
arranging to hold n Democratic: tleld
day at Sea Olrt, when dubs from every
Middlesex town and hnmlot will como
down to pay their respects and listen
CLUB SPLIT OVER HEBREWS.
Allnnfn Mortal llrmuiUntlini I' ill In
tit llnnili tif Iteceltrr.
Atlanta, Un July 21. The Hrook-
haven Country Club, one of the mint
pretentious; of Atlanta's uncial orgnnl..i-
Hone, Iiiih been thrown Into the hands
1 . ... . .... . .'
ii u receiver nun win in- reorganized en
m to el I ml n ate Hebrew a from member- I
When the club was organized Invita
tions were sent to lli'brenvs of Atlanta
and many of them became members. :
There was much dissension In regard to J
the membership of si. many Hebrews.;
and It Ilnally culminated In the club
being thrown Into the; hands of a re
ceiver. At a meeting of the members yes
terday It wait openly charged and not
denied that the receivership was
Instituted to reorganize the club and
eliminate the Hebrews.
Many of the Hebrew members of the
clllh were present and openly voiced
their Indignation nt the manner lit
which they nro being treated.
YOUNG DIVER DROWNED.
(ate Ills Coiiipniilona an Cihlhltlon
anil Didn't I'nmr I p.
Charles Bitchier. 10 years old, of 142.1
Madison street, nnsl two boy friends hired
a rowbont at tho foot of Hti y Thirty
ninth street, llrooklvn, yesterday and
went rowing, Huchlcr thought he would
show the others how well hi' could dive
and began to splash ovorbonrtl with great
glee'. Finally no disappeared.
The other hovs rowed around for a
while waiting for their oomiwmlon to
come up and then fliey went ashore nnd
said he had been drowned, Tho body
has not bpen recovered.
Hoys (lo Swimming in
Streets nnd Thousands
New York saw nnd rrvellcl in more
rain yesterday than it has known in n
long time. To be accurate about it, 1.01
inches of rain fell on the sunbaked city
between 7:lo o'clock in the morning; nnd
7:IS o'clock nt night. There was an inter
mission from .l.to to 0:05 P. M., but the
rain started up again nt the latter hour
and kept on for an hour nnd ten minutes
Jilt before tho interiiiNoioti cam-'
the drizzle, which had marked the evirlier
hours of the lioer, changed into a real I
dovvniMiur, filling and overflow ing th
gtitti-rs and putting; temporary water
ways where usually there i only dry
Smull streams Mowed clown the stairs
of subway stations and there wnaa scam
pi'riiiR to get to .1 dry spot. Sunday nlier
noon crowels juuitniil subway ami ele-
vaieci rnuroati M.tuon nun iook relilge
in cloorwnvs of business buildings. In
some sections of thy town vv.i.er got into " Wl-M delegate to the llaltlmure con
bawm.'iitt. and dW consiilerable clamare u'n,l"n- -Mr- Hughes ''otigresslnnal
Over in Klii-hmg avenue.. Hrooklvn tn.. ' u'rM1 ls a,""lt cl"1"' 1,11,1 l'n-
ilnvviiliour was lirodllttivi. of line iie.'iili.ie '
situation as the result of the exc'ita!,!,- "'V:'1 '"" lnl" " '''"I'"1'"" IMrlct.
ncsof HalvatcreSodolce.au Italian who r. '"inlsml K," T' " r,''. rTetnX""'
runs a fruit store on the groimd floor of , iTTZMZ Zt'
it two story frame house at H Hu.-hing , ,n, ,, ,i,n,. .
avenue and uw-s
The water filled the el reel in front of
Soelolco's store, llooded the curb ami
began trickling down into the basement.
Sodolee was watching his stock to see
.l , . " ... ,.i....itii .'.. i. uurm nit- ill
ine nasL'meni to
that it was not damaged and the-na Flush- "iltteernan Horn New Jersey. Then
ing avenue car went by ut a good clip they will naine u new State committee
and forced a goodly wave of water over chnlimaii In place of t'nlted States Sen
tho sidewalk and down tho stairs. So- '
dolce moved his wall's out of the wav, I
tt-nnt llliiinii A.IIM tiii'k'illf mi n ulwie.m,,
.,n...i 'i . .i.T. ...V Yr. i" ""r.'L
Ulillll'll !' 111." MVIi , .11.-11 llll- lll-Al KM
came- along Soelolce atmi'il the gun at the
motorman. I rauk tbbjko, and Hhouted
tn him to stop. i
The motoriivin looked about to soo
where the shout rattle from and kiw
Sodnlce and hi gun. He stopped his car
and wanted to know what was the matter. ,
Sodolcc shouted back that be didn't want
his house (lO'Hleit. YVilibjko eliilli t see
how ho was to Ida mil for the floes! and the
the two bandied wolds kick and forth for
a minute or two. Finally, deciding there 1
was im use m stand ng there talkinir. t in
motorman hacked his car to the Flushing
aveinuo police slation. In tho meantime
nnothiT air, going in the oppoeite direc-1
lion, wus stopiKsl in the same way and
then the cars liogan piling upon both
tracks, while the Italian tnveel with bis
double Inrrelled shotgun and the motor-
men tried to persuade Intn to let them
F.ventuullv the situation was cleared bv
the arrival of four detectives and a dozen
tiniforiniHl ixilicemen who went up and
euiw Sedolce ami took the gun away from
"' .'.V '2 ,w a loceet up. in which plate glass windows were broken.
blocked and the h. H. T hiu to senilcars ; mi Rirl vvorkers for the newspaper were
.ir'iund fhrough side stmets whoroviT ' driven screaming lo the roof
sissiiiie to prevent a worse mixup of' F'or some time there have been labor
schedules. troubles and strike among the Fast
.small boys and girls had a great time u, , fllr u.flI.:(p,.K 'n,,, ...i..,.,, u,nt
in the pools and streams in the streets, l''1 .ruf "o"- dert sement
On P.idgo street Iwtween Drooine nnd '
Delancev streets, under tho Wlllinis-,
burg Hrfdce. thern was n lako half a block
long which had In depth of between three .
and four feet at one time. The fact that I
the water was muddy didn't mutter 1
ami it was a tnvonte swimming nolo all
Several hundred women and children
were in a crowd that thronged the picnic
grounds near Maple Grovo Cemetery,
Hnfim.ui llouletvanj, Jamaica, yesterday
nfteiiioon, when tho electric storm broke
and a bolt of lightning struck a stable
.it the Union turnpike and Hoffman Houle
vnrri coiidticti'd by Jacob Uitig. The
building caught lire' anil wns destroyed.
It was a olio and a half etorv Ktroeiorn
and was owned by Mrs, Iluliner of Hooky
Hill, N J l.aiig savesl his live stock.
'Ihe loss is about 13,iksi,
Several women on the picnic grounds
became hysterical and an ambulance
was calk-el I rom St, Mary's llr,.i,it,il
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uiiriTi.nii ei.. ivmiw.li u.w.r.i uiii.. ... .... i.'
A bolt H't (Ire to tho large ham or Jacob y time tlio reserves from the Clin
Iing, a rontiactor nnd builder. Cnlrm . ,0" Htrwit polico station arrived the mob
turnpike and HotTman lloiielvard J.imai-1
ca.and instantly killed emu of the fifteen I
horsi'R in the stalls yesterday ufieinoon,
The barn is close to the Ijiih; residence!
Miss Paulino l.'ing. a girl of IK. IkiIiiiuI
her father and workmen rescue the rest
of the horses and also assisted in organiz
ing a bucket brigade
The barn and a jarge Morn of fodder
were destroyed. The loss was fKl.nno,
Lightning short circuited the electric
system at liellevim Hospital from
ft until half after H o'clock last nignt tsnpt.
George O'llanlon was ready for the emer
gency. He dug out 2,ii candles from his
supply room and distributed I hem among
the warilH. Meanwhile the F.dison ijooplo
They sent up a crew of wreckers with
two trucks. The gang of electricians
tinkered for two hours beforo everything
was in working outer again. The trouble)
caused no excitement among the iiatients
The tcmeratiiro yesterday varleel be
I ween us and 7! degrees. The higher
figure was reached at &:30 o'clock last
night. It was 7!l degrees at 10 I'. M. and
I ho humidity was very high. At H P. M.
the 1 1 1 ii ! i t v loin Ins! Oil.
Tim Weather liuriviii says that to-day
will bo unsettled, with fair weather
coining for Tuesday,
RACE FOR U. S. SENATE
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I i;finirr mi' iTCicrciiiitii
I'rimnr.v This Yenr.
i i VfllJ WPI'TIH'W fil'T 'rim
MA 1 "l( "J "l 1 1
New Jersey Meimiprnts (live I'p
Hope of (lov. Wilson's Im
James Smith nf Newark, who flouted
the pilmary route two years ngo, Is
likely this fall to nppenl to the oters
for popular support In his candidacy
for Senator. It was sold yesterday In
the columns of a newspaper whose
editor enjoys close relations with Mr.
Smith that even Gov. Wilson' friends
nro likely to help swell Mr. .Smith's
vote ns u Senatorial preference In the
.Mr. Smith sees a Democratic Legisla
ture ahead as the result of Gov. Wil
son's Presidential candidacy next fall,
anil he never falls to bob up on such
occasions for u second term In Wash
Down under the skin Mr. Smith Is
said to have a high admiration for
Gov. Wilson. He tun feels n sort of
proprietary Interest In the Governor,
even ns n Presidential candidate, be
cause It wns he who tlrst groomed
him for the distinction. In all the acri
monious controversies over the Senator
ishlp of mi. when Gov. Wilson used
1 the big stick for Mart ltd' n gainst Smith,
i Mr. Smith has never said a I.iarsh wonl
j concerning the Governor. He has left
'all that in be elone by his campaign
Ux-.ludge John W. Weslcotl of Cam
den, vvlui mnde In llaltlmure the speech
thill put Gov. Wilson's namu before the
national delegates, already lias Sena-
tot lal petitions In circulation. Sheriff
Wedln Is handing them aiound ntnong
the Wlttpenn supporters In Hudson
county. When there was sign of Gov.
Wilson resigning at once Mayor Wltt
penn was ambitious for the Gubernator
ial nomination, nnd he was playing West-
ott for Senator as his ally from the lower
end of the State. Since he has aban
doned hope of the Governor's resigna
tion, the Major has allowed it to be
understood that he voiild like to enter
the poll as a candidate for the I'nlted
I rom I 'assail- come two Senatorial
on the Democratic side.
t ongivssman William J. Hughes has
made It known publicly that he Is tim
bltlous for the toga, and ex-Senator John
Hlnclillffe, while he has not specifically
declared hltneir, has .vet said that the
I pressure of his ft lends Is so great that
'he i cully doesn't see how hi' can resist
'their Impol tunltlcs to enter the lace.
-Mr. Hlnclillffe Is ut the head of b.vwerv
Interests In upper New Jersey nnd was
ii.siriii geriymaniier lias icgls
,0,i a meeting In Newark to-morrow.
They will try In find n way of getting
mil or the National Committee P.orden
I). Whiting, vvlui went over to the third
party aftiT lie was marie' National Coin-
n,,i,.iiiir in i, .,. ,iti..ii.,,..i.. ...
longer nt the head of the- Stnte
committee Is due to his fenr that his
presence' their may complicate his light
I n the preferential poll for renonilnn
tlon to the- Senate. There Is some talk
of making cx-Gov. Stokes cliairinan.
Gov. Si'eti was for lloosevelt till the
convention named Tuft: now he Is un
til rstond to bo for T.ifl. ISx-Gov.
Franklin Murphy Is also tnlkeel of for
"AD" PRECIPITATES RIOT.
IiIUImi: Inrrler Miirin .Irniah
eiiinirr nnd Sniiiali WlnilolT.
An adverlisi'ment for fur workers
which appearecl vesterday morning in
the ,rufWi .Uonuru Journnl is said to
hitve been th" cause- of a lot of cxcitemeut
around the husities- oflici's of the naiier
e-hortly after the noon hour yesterday.
n"he ltMl nirriers, cuuers. tin ishem
and nailers apply at a cleteetive agency
at sim liroadwav for lobs at cood wAires
A jlttu ttftr noon telephone messagy
, Mi a v,,,,,,,. (, ,.,,.,!- 7,r
' ",m to " ."" i ' taKr of
nwnpi"-i ; " nn m
Hi? Hovvery, telling her that a mob was
on Its way to wreck the oIUcph
Miss Cohen had time only to lock the
money in the safe and warn tho othor
omployces when tho crowd began to
smash tho windows.
Whllo strikers stormed this lowor floor
ton of thorn paid 60 cents to enter the
southbound platform of tho Grand street
station of the Third avenue elevated
ro.ul, which is on .1 level with the win
dows of tho Mipor'H ofticea etn tho second
floor. A doen girls saw the angry faces
IM-oring in nt them as they worked and
as the glass began to fall to the) pave-
inent the girla jumped up screaming
anil ran to tho roof.
,u"' I'l oUen a 7a piategiass window and
Mmashed also. iM'cause of poor aim,
the windows of Runnel Hirsch'H store
at 1 02 '-j Bowery, next door,
The polleo arrested Samuel Midleman,
a furrier, of 138 I.udlow street,
Two of the nowspatier's employees,
Moses Itavitio and William Mersky,
needed the attention of a doctor.
HOTCHKISS COAXED IN VAIN.
I'nisrrMlir I.eiiKiir t'hnlriiian U for
lull nnil Vol T. II.
A.viKri:iuuM, N. v., July 21. state
Chairman llolchkiss or the Hull Moose
party nnd others, it is said, have been
trying to induce et-Assemblyman Charles
to become chairman in Montgomery
county, but without sueci'ss. Mr. Charles
dent 'raft H"U' m,avor of Pf"8'-
A few weeks before the Uopublican na
tloiuil convention was hold in Chicago a
blanch ot tho Progressive League was
i.ig.inii m Amsterdam and Mr. Charleu
was the president Since the Ilepuhlican
national convention little has been heard
ii'Mii mi." leilgU". J
THREE PINNED UNDER AUTO.
Tun Olheri liaise Car nnd Injured
"An automobile owned by Morris H.
Kothschlld, head of the cotton brokers
firm at 82 Heaver street, who Uvea at
ft3 Fifth avenue, turned turt le on tho
Merrick road near 8t. Albans, Queens,
yesterday nnd Mr. Itothschltd nnd six
persons were thrown out.
Mf othschlld, hie wife, Kmma, nnd her
mother, Mrs. Kmma K. Hart of Lake
Charles. Ln have been entertaining
Habbl Henry Cnhn and his wife of Calves,
ton, Tex,, aiid yesterday they took them
in the car. driven by Chauffeur Hugo
Hoffman of ltd East Fifty-first street
for an outing At Far Kockaway,
At Merrick I toad and Pleasant avenue
there is a sharp turn. An hour before tho
Itothschild machine camo along an auto
mobile driven by I). C, Priniey or 100
l.efferts place, llrooklvn, had eiiun off
the road into a telegraph pole at this spot.
Mr. Primey went on.
When the Itothschild machine left the
road it turned over, uinning Mrs. Itoth
schild, Mrs. Hart ana the chauffeur be
neath tho rear seat. The rest managed
to crawl out nnd lift up the machine so
that those under it rould get out.
An autotnobillst stopped and turning
out the occupants of his machine hustled
tho Hothschllds and Cohns to the Jamaica
Hospital. There it. was found that
all of tho party wero badly bruised.
STANLEY'S RATE PLAN
Cliiiii'inan Wants to Put ISimicn
of Proof on Companies,
WAsin.NirroN, July SI. Serious differ
ences have developed in the Stanley
steel committee over the proposal of
Chairman Stanley that the committee
shall recommend to Congress a change
in the Sherman nntl-trust net In re
gard to proving the unreasonableness
of the restraint exercised by corpora
tions accused of violating the law.
Now the burden of proof rests upon
the Government. Stanley proposes that
this burden shall be shifted so as to
make accused corporations prove the
reasonableness of the restraint exer
cised. He Insists upon the adoption of
this proposed amendment, which Is n
part of the report now under considera
tion. Hepresentatlve Llltldon of New
Vork takeve Issue- with I'hairm.in Stan
ley and will submit a statement of his
views on the question at a meeting
Chairman Stanley argues It Is good
law lo require n corporation charged
with oiicratlng In unreasonable restraint
of trade to prove that It Is not so
opeunting. Itepresentntlve Littleton
contends that If the Government tries a
corporation on a charge of violating
the law It Is Incumbent on the Govern
ment to prove that the corporation Is
actually violating the law.
The chairman Insists that the uncer
tainty growing out of the Supreme
Conn's eleclslons In the tobacco and
Standard ( tl cases aries fiom the In
deflnlteness of the law as to the
reasonableness of a restraint of traIe.
He regards this pioposcd amendment ns
one of the most Important features' of
his report and Is confident that the com
mittee will support him.
He pointed out to-ulght that the
principle Involved In his amendment Is
already In operation ho far as the rail
roads aie concerned. He referred to
the Cummins amendment in the rate
law approved by President Taft. This
amendment provides that where a rate
Is challenged on the ground that It Is
unreasonable or excestlve th" railroad
shall prove that the charge Is without
Formerly under the law It was up to
the complainant to prove through the
medium of tho Interstate 1 'oiiiiiicrcn
Commission that a rate to which ex
ception wns taken was unreasonable
or excessive. Mr. Stanley Insists that
It Is of the highest Importance that this
principle shall nlso lie written into the
laws under which evils In the manage
ment of Industrial corporations ure to
On practically every ifthcr feature of
the report the Democratic members of
the steel committee are In accord. There
are some legal propositions that are
still the subject of debate, but with
tlio exception of the Stanley amend
ment there are no obstacles In the way
of an early report to the House.
Democratic leaders gemerally are be
coming restive over the delay of tho
steel committee In laying their conclu
sions before the House. The pending
Investigation has been In progress more
thnn a year and a half and the leaders
are looking for Information as to why
the Inquiry has not been brought to
an end. The constant sepiabbling In the
committee has got on the nerves of
the leaders and they have urged Mr.
Stanley and his associates to rile their
report at the earliest possible elate.
Nobody experts that there will be any
legislation ut this session ns a result
of the report.
T. R. TO SPEAK IN TOWER.
Candidate Will Addrraa Ills Connty
Col. Itoosevelt. who hasn't nude a speeen
for several weeks, will go to the Metropoli
tan tower to-morrow to address liU pro
visional county chairmen at Htate head
quarters. State Chairman Hotrhkl admitted
yesterday that the counties not yet or
ganized Included Chenango, Clinton. Colum
bia. KranUlln. I.lvingaton, Monroe, Niagara.
Orleana and l.'Mer.
A special train to carry delegate and
alternates to the Chicago convention will
leave New .ork on Aiigu-t s.
SHIP HELD BY STRIKE ARRIVES.
Ml. rani Threalrnrd Wllh Another
Tlrnp by l iilon llrre.
The American liner Ht. Paul, which lia
lieen tied up on the other aide by the dock
strike, arrived yesterday. The union Is
threatening to hold the ship hero by railing
out her crew. Ufflcials of the lino said they
were prepared for any emergency and that
the ship would leave on schedule,
lien. It. C. Hawkins, (', 8. A , retired,
one of the oldest (ienerals of the ('tilted
mates army, wiin n passenger on Hie nt.
Paul. iieu. Hawkins Is now hm years old,
hut he keeps up Ida custom of visiting
Kiirope every year.
nf thn women In I in Aral rati n had
a scare on the pier when she was about
to nay her duty. Hhe thought she had lost
a $50 bill, but finally found it in her um-
Ifjtmong the passengers on the Ht. Paul
were a. ' ,""Y". .!.;,," -i'viiii.-i, . ...
Darwin and C. II. Williams.
Ths Wall Street edition of Ths Kv.wno Spk
rnnialna all Ihe llnnndsl ncw anil the stork and
Irnnrt quotation lo ihe cloe of ihe market. Ths
cloiint quotations, mciiiainf ins - urn ana luKrir
prlrrs, wllh additional news matter, are contained
aim In thenlrht and nnlfillllennf TiuKvhnimi
Sun.-AiH. M ....
TO URGE JOINT TICKET
Pennsylvania Hull Moose Will
Talk Over Kleetornl Finn
at the Hill.
"PIXK! PleKASKI) AS PlWCir
Colonel Joyous Over .Michigan
Convention Didn't Pre
pare the Platform.
Othtkr Hat, July 21,- Ex-Senator
William Flintt of Pittsburg will be here
to-morrow for an important conference.
The. Pennsylvania third party leader N
coming to discuss with the Colonel the
plan which he and E. A, Van Valkenburg
of Philadelphia favor to secure for the
third party nominee all of Pennsylvania's
thirty-eight electoral votes.
When first suggested tho Colonel ex
pressed his emphatic disapproval of the
plan. Thereupon its designers showed
little inclination to press its acceptance,
but as a preference for a similar proceduro
In New Jerwy and Maryland cropped out
Just then it was tabled along with otner
questions of campaign organization for
the settlement nf the national convention.
As, however. Mr. Klinn's visit Ubelieved
to be prompted by tho necessity which
exists In Ids Stnte of formulating without
more delay the Itepubllcan campaign
programme, the expectation Is that at
i,..r,r,'u .i n ...... i.i .i
... ....... ww. ruxciltl lltcrA-l irDIUUIH ailll
.i wu.'-i.. iiit-ii uiutna i paimnui mil
The proposal ns originally advanced
was briefly to name on the Republican
and the Progressive tickets identical
Presidential electors, who pledged them
selves beforehand to support that Presi
dential candidate whoso ticket was vic
torious at the polls. By this means the
progressives, confident of their strength
in Pennsylvania, counted upon making
a clean sweep of the thirty-eight electors,
winch meant a gain of eight. Col. Roose
velt flatly vetoed a move which showed
an inclination to treat with the nominee
he accuses of fraud and place his elec
tors In the possible position of having
to vote for his opponent.
New .Jersiy and Maryland showed a
disposition also at llrst to try tho Penn
sylvania scheme and possible dissension
was sighted, which seems now to have
fided away In Jeraey the progressives
aronaid to favor u straight ticket, and
in .Maryland anything resembling a fusion
ticket Ins been declared illegal . President
Taft too has objected to his supporter
entering Into any Mich agreement.
lo-elay Col. Itoosevelt derived great
satiifaction from going over with Presi
dent Charles P.. Van Hlse of the University
01 Wisconsin and Harry I'ochems the
situation in Wisconsin, where the pro
gressives c:vjKct to put a complete ticket
in the field.
"Mr. Cochem." siid the Colonel, "is
very much pleased with all that has been
clone in Wisconsin and he says that there
is no cucstiou whatever that wo will
carry the State."
The news of the Michigan convention
yesterday, where a platform after his own
heart and a complete Statu ticket were
indorsed by his followers, was lu-ard with
clelight by the arch-progressive.
"Kino," Im exclaimed, "that's fine. I
am an pleased as Punch."
The suggestion that the platform which
the progressives adopted had bin made
on Nigamore Kill nnd tnken to Jack-ion
by Senator Pixon was icpudiated. The
fttMI 111 UUCKIOIl
Colonel had not even rend It, he declared.
Upon the report that Senator Dixon
had announced that ex-Governor Garvin
of Khesle Island was to be a Hull Moose
delegate to Chicago tho Colonel could
t-hed little light Although there was a
, . , , .
rumor here yesterday that Mr. Garvin
was going to lead the tight in his State
the third party leader seemed to he in i
doubt as to how he stood. He showed I
no surprise when told that the ex-Gov- J
. ...... r... , uviij unwiiK mi mien-.ror
lion of being a eMegdte.
Apparently the .New Kngland eMegn
tion which vlited Sagamore Hill vester-
clay suffered some twinges cif conscience
this moriMtig when they realized that in
di-ecuing t heir not altogether favorable '
prospects in New Kuglatid they had not
nesitatetl to call a sjwidea spade. Accord
ing to their late host he received to-eiav
a telephone message suggesting that
nothing which lie might read in their i
publi-hed interviews was to be taken too '
One of tho New Knglanders said vester-
day that the Colonel hart picked for them
a Progressive candidate for Governor in
Massachusetts. He was asked to-day if
he would name his selection. 'Die ques
tion shocked him.
"Why. " ho remonstrated with righteouu
indignation, "it is not for me to name
candidates for any office. How can I
Then he carefully explained that some
times people came to talk over the situa
tion in a particular Ktate and he would
ask how about so and so for such an office
That was nil. Hut who the man thus
lightly touched on yesterday was he
declined to state.
dlsnlaveel with narHnnshl.
Utter which he had Just received:
.... . Msw )or.K. July 20. (912.
llieoilorr Itooicvclt, Esq., Ouiter Bay,
Dsak Sin : I am for you and a new
I'i.i I iri,ui utrpn ill im- COIIM'llueilCCS. ll
supporting ou I have resisted the follow
1 am an moiled Democrat.
I am a Princeton graduate of the class
I have an Immense admiration for Gov.
Iloth my law partners oppose you, and
they arc twice my age.
Both parents oppose you.
Nearly all my friends and acquaintances
Hut whenever 1 talk to a plain worker
I find a Itocsevelt supporter.
I will do whatever 1 can to help you
put the people In the saddle.
P. 8. Don't forget the short ballot.
Col. Roosevelt withheld the signature.
Hamilton Fish, Jr., of Putnam county
was a caller to-day,
FLTNN GOES TO. SEE T. R.
Wassun Delays Calling; Committee
rending Itraalt of Vlall.
PiTTSBtiRo. July si. wiuinm ninn
ban left for Oyster Hay to consult with
Col. Koosuvelt on the manner of con
ducting tho Hull Moose campaign In
Pennsylvania. He will try to talk tho
Colonel Into agreeing that the Itoosevelt
electors on the Itepubllcan ticket shall
also be placed on the third party ticket.
Itepubllcan Stale Chairman W'asson
will delay convening the Statu com
mittee until he hears the tcsult of th
"I have carefully examined the ques
tion and have nought tho advice of two
able lawyers, and I am convinced that
there Is no way to force the Kooscvelt
electors off the Itepubllcan ticket," i;ald
Mr. Wnwrn to-day. "If there wan any
possible legal step It would be taken
without delay. The plan to have the
electors on both tickets Is of my ovv.i
'Tndcr this arrangement the elec
toral vote of the State would be cast
for President Taft If he polled more
nooaevelt. or vlco versa,
This would make certain the defeat of
the Democratic candidates."
GLASSCOCK NOT OUT FOR T. R.
lienernor Willi Third Parly to In-
done Heiinbllran Kleclor.
Ciiarlkston, W Va.. July 21. -That
i, wild manv men the dis
approval of the means and methods
employed to nominate President laii
at the Chicago convention and taking
the view that no person has a right to
read any Itepubllcan out ot tne pan
because of his failure to support the
nominee of the convention Gov. William
K. Glasscock to-day gave out a state
ment relative to the stand he will take
In the present campaign.
Though the statement pledges the un
faltering support of the Governor to
the State, district und county Itepubll
can nominees It does not directly state
whether Glasscock will support Taft or
Itoosevelt. He declnres himself a regu
lar Itepubllcan nnd declares men who
want tu supplant honesty In politics
with dishonesty are not Ilcpubllcans.
Most of the statement Is devoted to
lat'- politics. After reviewing 1 it length
' the accomplishments of the Itepubllcan
I , - ... A .. ... .nl-ft
tn eric In llie Slate. Congressional and
local candidates nominated by the Re
publican patty the best support of which
I am rapable. ami I shall do this In co
operation with the regular Itepubllcan or
ganization and as a member of that party.
Whatever our differences may be with
tespect to the national ticket, no good He
putiliusn can have any valid excuse for
not voting for every man on our State
Gov. Glasscock wants the Itoosevelt
party to Indorse the Stute, district and
county Itepubllcan candidates nnd the
Itepubllcan i'resldentlal electors named
In the Htate convention as well.
FINDS NEGRO UNDER HER BED.
tla Hall I) runs Him Onl mill
Cunt let la Arrcalrd.
Nnw lto.Min.LE, July "I. Miss I.ols
Hall, the nineteen-year-old daughter of
John Oscar Hall, a New Vorl: lawyer
living In Itochclle I'nrlt. found a negro
under her bed late last night, dragged him
out and held him until her father cunin
wllh a revolver. Mrs. Hall whistled feu
a policeman, who took the man to
The prisoner said he was Frederick
Williams, 1R years old. no home. Will
iams said be had entered the house, ,
seeing the door open, and had Intended I
tu rob the house, but the return of
Mr. Hall nnd his family, who had spent !
the day on their yacht, had Interrupted
him and he crawled under n bed to
await an opportunity to escnpe. The
police say Williams was arrested In
Vonkers two nnd a half years ago
under the name of Douglas and was
sent to a reformatory.
NO BOLT IN HARD COAL BELT.
Nnrlhrnstrrn rcnnajl vanla Mkra
T. 11. , hut-Nut Third Party.
SrnANTosf. Pa.. July si. -Whatever
movement for a third pan existed in
r i . . a .
I " VTi 2 ' "R C0."P'
itiv i-uiuuiK iu iiuui'i i luiviie, n ivoobo-I
velt delegate-nt -large to tho Republican
national convention and the owner of
the leading lndecndent Itepubllcan news
paper here. Mr. Towtle says ho is still
strong for Itoosevelt, but, he says, a third
party is not needed.
l ne proposition adopted uy th" r lynn
conference in Philadelphia recently to
have one set of electors who would vote
"wording to the popular majority for
tne proposition in the Philadelphia
conference. Mr. Minn opposed the move
at first, but wns convinced flnnllv that
tho suggestion offered the only means
of putting through the regular "Republi
In spite of Col. Hoosevelt'a oppocition to
the tchenie the Itoosevelt leaders her
can incm uctceis as wen as itoosevelt
say that it will un adopted in Pennsvl
vanin. No leader has como out in northeastern
Pennsylvania, ths anthracite coal belt.
i or iiin iiiiru pariy, ana wnue sentiment
'H admittedly strong for Roosevelt per-1
sr,nn.".v n" Ii yelling for a new deal in
GIRL'S FATHER BEATS H00PE3.
Objrcla In llleh I'lilladelphlan lull.
Ina; Ilia llanxliler,
Piiimhelphia, July 21. Dawson
Hooprs, who has appeared In the public
gaze from time to time, was badly
beaten tn-day by George I.. Schermer,
father of the young girl to whom he
has been attentive.
The father found Hoopes being en
tertained by Hclon and ordered him
from the house. The men came to
blows and Schermer dropped Hoopes
vvnn a cnatr.
Hoopes was taken to the Unlversltv
!"?l"?L' .7 "ere .V.n re
ma scalp, lie lias DC-en in a
seml-comatose condition most of the
day from ,,Bht fracturp of the 8kuUi
The police have made no arrests.
STING MAY COST ARM.
Roy Infected by Scratching Bile of
Thomas De Voe, Jr., a nineteen-year-old
high school boy, who lives at IDS
Oakwoexl avenue, Arlington, N, J was
stung on his right arm by a mosquito
as he lay in bed on Friday night. Do Voo
scratched the wound and fell asloop. In
the morning his arm was swollen and
thero were shooting palna In his armpit
from the rapid spread of infection.
Dr. Kdwarel Stanley of Arlington was
called In and ho recognised at once that
blond poisoning had est in. He slid yes
terday that if there waa not a marked im
provement soon It probably would be
nereasary to amputate the boy's arm.
The Kearny Board of Health nsst-red
the townspeople several weeks ago that
the mosquitoes, this year would be of the
buzzing variety, saying their buiz would
lie worse than their bite,
PRODUCE TRAFFIC RESUMED.
limliargo on Perishable Frrlajht
CauarU by Dock Strike Lifted.
The embargo on shipping of perishable
freight by the Pennsylvania Railroad to Its
Manhattan piers, caused by the strike of
You must save somewhere
to live on the "fat of the
To-day several thousand
serge suits join in the general
$6.00 and $7.00 off a goodly
$4.00 and $5.00 off others.
Blues and blacks.
$15, $20 and $25 now.
This adds spice to several
thousand men's mixture suits
already at mark-down prices.
Rookrs Pest Company.
Three Broadway Stores
(o your manufa c t u r i n
needs is like working wit
See me before you even
begin thinking of your
new factory. .
I will start you tninking
My business is design
ing and building factories,
mills and warehouses only.
A factory should be a
machine to produce profits.
Stead for at? book "Hew Brine
Bullits." o perianal rails unlets
Tn renaest I hem hut eel mr
book. It explain!.
John G. Brown
426 Withempoon Bldg.,
" Craywocd type " higher.
It cannot be imitated.
Made only by the makers ot
" Trov's Best Product."
EARL & WILSON.
Th perfect collar.
ZIEGFELD MOULIN ROUGP
IIAIIM.KS lli:il. AMI NA1. 3H.V
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OF SKILLED MUSICIANS
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NEW YORK MILITARY ACADKMf
.7" Bl'MHKK HIJISION -
at CUHNWAU. OX'Hl'liSO.V, near rl Point,
fractiral Summer lourtu, Manual Tmlolnf.
Drawing, Nienotraphy. rnarhlnr, etc. Mtn
rent new buildlnrs. eatenttve around, tor cif
pu icrtte ia .Surtnnltnilrni.
lis freight hnmllent.wna removeel yeatenl.iv.
and to-day all perlshuble freight eonsl.'""'
to proUuee denlera and commission M'l
eliaata will be delivered by the r.illroAcI at
plera 27, ss and Jti .orth Itlver.
, Since the strike of thn frelulit htiii'H"''
begun Hhippeni have Ineiirieit tieiivv lc'-e
pormu to the spoilhiR' of fruit atul veetJ
bios. During llie atrlko aiieh proelu t er
carried no further than the .leriiey "i'lf V:
tho North Iliver by the rallrnacl are! '
hroiiRlit to Manhattan on trucks tauaa
back and forth by the ferryboat!.