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THE SUN," SUNDAY. MAY 18, 1913.
BRONX IN WAR
rimrl'" I. Murphy man, w,, r,,istantly 't the beck and call
i . i
ips unii iif. iirid mi the M'l'ond ThurM- rtoivti iih a
'I n nf in, .mil ncr)i! In lhe I while
1 1 Viti'li-. nf .1 ii in-. .Inly Mini .twut. It Ik orn pnrt
IiiVh puiMilcil tlmi the chairman may MrOnlre. Michael
mil (prl.il im-ilncH fur spirllli- mr- Thirty-third, who Ih most ftrotiKly In- ( order to fleet u rhiilrinnn of the executive
mi-i nui men' iw no priuiMiiin iitr tin'- ireucneu in an m leaner:., ir .1 .nti cnuiiniiiet. m opin meeting and not lie
prni'iii'tlmi nf tin1 i-ommltlei. compel- I pliy-Hnffon mun. Huffpii, dciplto llH . hind eond rionr. Tlioy have battled
TVed HuniplirOK of Hip Muth- "f1'?1'''rl7 Murphy.
'third, wlin Ih most
ird (if all tlio leader
compel- I pliy-Hnffpn mun. 1 1nffr-n
Ills ilia- I rprord. hopes In receive
III'1 niunty demand
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... -.'i-i.ivfv i i in; i HUH! V Ulllllll I Wl III
Plan h lor Punnt. fptn
niiili'c lo (cnidc V.xw-Ctiiiiinillcc.
Ini-f tit- i linlrinan td ivrelKe Ills illn- I rerord. hopes In receive Hip Hornugti
lirrtlnn If In. Mimdi put Hh'Io will h 1 PreMlilency next full. Stephen Nugent
IP" m r-iin't Thire I another provl-I (f thn Thirty-fourth cllMrlct, who hiiu
I'idii i Inn tin- chairman of Hip excen- ' rppdpd Arthur Ht Murphy, Is now u
tuo committee mtit ho ii nicmhcr of ' Charles I". Murphy mm. although
the (oiiitnltipp, hut Hip committee Is ; Arthur II. Murphy put hltn In Ills
vigorously for many years for absolute
frrnlnm from outsldn domination and
notlittiK xhort of that will Kntlify them.
It Ih my hellef that the Democrats of The
I Hron are rapablp of selecting efficient
men for every of lire within the gift of
tbi' people without any outtlilc dictation.
Dip men who have the hest Intercuts
of TIip llrotix nt heart domand that every
member of thp IVmorratlr rounty com
mltlpp ! regularly notltlpd to attend n
t-peelal meeting fur thr put pose of elect
iMiveti power to ihiti-.i-ip Hi mcmhen.hlp place. Nugent wan once water register
or iih own motion. TIim only wnlni? ,,r ltrnn. horotiKli mid whm rrmnvpcl
p'iiiiw l th.it tliPlr artloti nniHt hi' rati- i from offlpp. Up In how Dppuly Com-
. Ili'd liy 1 lio (.utility coiuiiilttpi'. tliPiifiiro miHslonpr of 'harltP!.
l.il.lll ll ...! l..i...ll.np 1l..f.i ...It VlP 111 .l. tff-..l.. 1 . I ..
DEMAND OPKX MKKTlXd : "I 'm 1 u
i Hip plain, mndp vpprday nrr f(.r a i hitc .tohn .1. Murphy, brother of ( hurlrs ,r ihHwA nl nc b. Ooimty chairman
! majority of Hip coiinlv (oinmltti'pmeii f. Murphy, with Hip family, while Finn!: Oasi.
! to ili'ni.ind thai I'i.ixh ivill u i-ppi'lal mcpt-' Aldprman ThonuiH II. O'.VpIH of the "We veil) not rountpnanee any caucuvs
Imi of thf cntinty coiinnlitoc for May nnrthprn end of Hip Thli tv-n-cond Imor unit miIp. Wp dpninnd that Hik saruf
ElljiTUi' 3I(i uirc Declines
Leiiilerslii)) .'niler I'res
I'ANOUS STATK IMtlMAKY
l"i Iii I'huosi' a i h.ilrnian of tho ppou- for Mpiiulrp. Hpaly, Nitceut and
live commlllpc, and Ili.'U to have a rpo- .-iaM.r will bn hpaten In their dlf-trlets
lullon pnsrd that If any pnlltloal liuder thin tall. It In tlimiKht, while (htrvln may
of The Hron.a member of the executUo tltl through with a hard tlsht.
l ommlt'ep, refiifpi. to vole in iicoo-rdanen j ChnrlpH F. Murphy known thai Tnm
wllh Mint ilci-Mon to tell him that his i many can hopn for no power If Kupenn
polltlr.il eareer In the new county Ih j, Mcdulro In ever chocen leader. Mur
eiided. Kach one will be opposed In tho , i,v an(i i,e i,VP fmmht .tpuillly xlnce
( le.uii r.-nip MKin iii ine primary picc
. it h.m in Sepiemher
1P8. when Mcflulrc derllned tn.iillow
Hhlnelandpf Waldo to bo uomlnatpd for
ConnrrpsH In his territory, iiUIioukIi the
Inducement to do mi wax etV treat,
.mnilitep .in- to meet and announce T1,y foupht Kll W,Pn Metluirc de-
Nt. Diftafioi, Fif.ni n.i.rl ..I. L 'Z V
vi...... i in e, ice..:,. I cimmlttpp .ne t.. tneel and announce
-ik i i in i wiiiiii .iniiin ,,.. ., ,,.,.i .,,,i.. u-.,,, f , 7 ... . ,,
" ' cllueil to peruill .Mlirpliy in w. . an
what tin- .xe. uine coniinll lee h.i.vm or , applications for political iippolntmentH
think-.. Tiny do not knw that this from ,,1(t,.rti when Arthur H.
Is I III' SoO.
ehiilee will be rececnl'eil hv the Memo. 1
i truth Slate coininitlpi'. bu, th"V do
riv poMtixr- lefusnl of Atiliur II .know that H will op recognized by the
ilurphy lo accept Hie nomlnallon of : 1'enioeraUc national Adnnnl-tratlon and
Jtrnns countv .-einblv distrlel le.n
Ih to bp ehil'Ollll of til" e.NeellllVe
coniniitii'p of tie lew county has pie.
. ipll itrd en open w.nf.iip .luaincl T.nn
lo.iuv II ill and I'liirlcH 1" Murph and
hru- bronchi oiii a Mioni,- di'i'liir.ition
in imor m inn. miiot iiitpet primary r ,. inns Dem.utals are for direct
Jaw crusade Jul clllliK under way. ' puinarle and Hi.it alrea.lv one Stale
Murphy b.w announced that ho s for i t-vuntor and at least two Aspmblympn
Kucenr .1. Mctinirc Hip cholc- of lhomve pxtiprienced a chamre of heart,
majority of the member of (he counly ,Thcv will Vote aye urn next time (he
Murphy ran for HoiookIi President Mo
tinlre was ordered to have him set out
In favor of HalY' ti, und again the Induce
ment was larce, but he declined. When
after promlps ih" Hronx county bill
of 1!UI was killed at Albany McCltlre
did Arthur II. Muiphy rc-mned us
Taniinany leaders and sirtice tin n there
has been war. ltion. tounty i.une Into
wai ih i l.ticil that a mis' majoiitv I existence and llnTP has bpott more war.
bv iiov Suli r and hw friends, for Hip
luiriii.iii i hits clii..i will un heart and
. oil iii'n the Statewide ptlmarj light
liilorll,. I'liinr lliri-i't I'rlninr.v.
meinouH hp used III tile 'election of n
chairman of the executive eomtnltteo
wre used In th last Democratic State
convention In tla; nomination of Oov.
Sulner and other DemoorHtle Htntc offlcers.
This mcaiia that every member of the
l'etiKX'rntlc county committee will be
given an opportunity to cant Ms vote in
the linen and have It honestly recorded
In favor of his choice.
open tntliiB by a majority of the 1,22
members of the county inmiiilltee Itl
other words, I mean to uy that If th"
six distrlel le.nleis were to tfnder tn" tli
chairmanship of the cxtctltlvo committee
I would decline It.
"In conclusion let nie sny that I be.
Ileve th newly created county of The
Hronx should be noverned by Hronx men
who will conduct the governtient pro
Rresslvely, economically, elhelently anil
without outside political meildlltiR"
Maurice K, Connolly, Iinroimh Presi
dent of Queens: County Judne Hurt Jay
Humphrey, District Attorney Whitman
and Comptroller ITenderK.'it arc to
make a whirlwind speaking lour In
Queens for Hulzer's direct primary bill.
Mr. Connolly Is to take chareo of tlio
light In the borough.
FIREMEN FIGHT MOB
WHILE POLICE PARADE
liaiil Wi'tli Axes anil Honks oOO
Ni'trroos Around Car Thnt
find Hit n Man.
THREE PLUPERFECT BABIES.
A Jen, n Turk anil an Italtmi "Win
tfir Prle Mnary.
It's all over but tho shoutlnir and
awnrdlnc of prizes In the baby show, of
the I'nlverstty Settlement nt 184 Kl
drldBP street. Three of the perfect ha.
bles were picked as the most perfect
of the perfect yesterday. The three, who
were chosen from hii elimination exam
ination of fourteen babies, are:
Willie .lames CnmmltiKS. a ucrto,
shouted from underneath a Ienox nvr
nun trolley car, "Let me out! I"m be
Iiib killed!" a crowd of 600, mostly
neroes, surrounded the car yesterdny
afternoon and threatened to lynch the
motormnn, Matthew Rellly of 123 Cnl
ycr street, Itrooklyn. Hellly, Fred
Adam's, the conductor, and several pas
setiKei'H, urmed with Iron controllers,
held thn front platform and kept the
Prncllcally all the policemen of tho
l.enox avenue slntlon were marching In
thn parade and so Patrolman Feiidner,
MI1ES OF SIDEWALK CLEAT ED.
I r I l Perl Wide and lit MM
I. on Hrttorrrt 4n Pnhllc far,
Sidewalk space which iimouutt. to a
stilp ton feet wide and thlrtrrn tii'ln
loin? has bftin reclaimed for thf ctv
by the removal of encroachments under
the direction of Boroilnh Presldnt Mr
Aneny. nccordlnK to a leport tuihinlttM
to him yesterdny.
The enitlneerH of the nulldlnir Depart,
mcnt have Mcured out further lliat the
urea of spucp bclollKlUK to the cltj re.
turned to public use 7iy fne bcroujfl
President's dopurtment In equlMilent to
a plat about fourteen times as hirpe n
the now vacant site of the old Knult:ih!
The Ilorouirh President, after conult.
Inir with leadlnp archlteeta and l ulldum
In the city, has. also put Into rff. t a
rule that no part of new J.lldlnir to h
erected hull encroach beyond tie ilri.
When that Is done and the lesult of susman Stavlskv lit month, nl.l nf who was on flxed post near by, sent In
,,;,,"?neno,u,vw.,,,r" T;;:.rynrrxr X A l ,"" rri- it". Tu,h
noiiiit in the (oiint of The Btu ix, ,,.., ,,-.. . (-rapplitiK' hooks and hxcs, wuded Into
committee, "sinl, or swim." while four
of the six leaders, members of the p.
oeutive committee, have declared that
they will not tiije. Mr(ulrr, iinappas.
nblr foe of Cluulfs 1". Murphy.
There l a deadlock over the cpIpc
measure appears before the Leirlsla
lure The Plate Senator Is Anthony
.1. Clriffin, who hns clrfiihited n pam
phlet esptalnliiB hi-ai'tlnn. Th .Assem
blymen are Kane of the Thirty-third,
who itodeed a vote, hut who has heard
tbui of the chairman, for any selecllon i from his constituents ind I" now In
m.idr by the prcent leaders must In- ; favor, and Patrick Mc.M.thon or the
rntniul by ih - countv eommltteo, and . Tli'rty-rinirtli. one of tin- ablest of tho
plans vostciday were h-ltm nii., to I V1, iiuc men who went to Alhanv on .Tan
break this by r.ollcil iietlon. ' u.irv I. MrMahon conic from tne iTls-
i thr ineetuu. of tin- countv com- I met nf which Stephen Nucput I" lender,
mlttfo mi lice, mb'i-:io lY.mk C.is ,i.s i,,,, s-nscnt will be taken care of by
chospti countv ihalniian without par- i Arthur II Murphy 'n Hie next Icader-
tlctiMi' opposition, .intuitu;!! h. wn
known to favor T.itntnaiiv ll.i'l t the
amo Utile .t e of rules w.j. ppp,
throuph In tin cvltcue nt whidi turn
oiii to have been sent up from Foul -teenth
street, mill Hi. -e ril'e- tie up
the rnminltt'p in a way thai seems t.i
permit no uutbt cwpt by verj radi
o Lender for
Tt is prodded thai tl
ship llclit McMahon, who was servlnc
ilrst term, has told his friend" that
he listened lo the "Spell Voice" of the
organization, but "never acaln." As
semblyman Kotll.s P. Othhs of the soutll
p'li end of the Thirty-second district
oed for the f!oernor's measure and
wll' make f-pceehc- for It on the stumo.
The executive committee as It stands
to dav is four to two In f.nnr of Tam
many Hall. Wall Praser of the north
i nt .-'id of the Thirtieth district 's put
Kuuelie Mcduire made the following
nnnounrenient .yesterday afternoon:
'In view of the feci nt developments
In reKard to the selection of a chairman
of the executive committee of the Demo
cratic organisation In the county of the
Hronx. 1 desire to make a public state
ment to the Democratic voters of the
county, explaining exactly and without
equivocation my position In the matter.
Want Honip Itnle and Antiinom j-.
"For the past four years the Democrats
of this county bale been persistently
tlKhtlnK for the establishment of home
rule and county autonomy. The battle
was finally won about a month iiko when
the Court of Appeal declared the creation
of the county constitutional.
"Since that time the 'luxlslble hand' of
Charles F. Murphy" has been trying to
secure control of the Hionx county
Democratic committee In common with
thousands of Democrats I haveopposedand
am now ppposlnc any outside Interference
In county and boroiiKh affairs, and because
of my actlv opposition to this Invasion I
have allowed my friends to present my
name as a candidate for chairman of (tie
Hronx county executive committee.
"The Democrats of Bronx county nro
thoroughly HsKUsted with the secretive
policy and delH( of the so-called leaders
How did you pick your car?
When you bought your our you didn't choose it because you happened
to like the carburetor or because of its thick upholstery or even because
of its famous motor.
You pot right down to the bottom of the question. .You compared
variouscars point by point until you finally found the car that came the
closest to combining all the good points you wanted to find in your car.
Why not buy your tires in the same way ?
Why not size up the various brands point by point and pick the tire
thnt combines all those strong features that a good tire ought to have.
You want high mileage
You will get from 25 to .50 per cent, more mileage from United
' States Tires than any tire ever yielded up to the time the
United States Tire Company was organized.
You want to avoid rim cutting
United States Dunlop Tires are the only tires ever guaranteed
Air capacity and diameter are important
No tire ever made has a larger average air capacity or larger
diameter measurements than the United States Dunlop. Get a
' tew cross sections and prove it with your own eyes.
You want an easily manipulated tire
The round toe makes the United States Dunlop the most ensily
manipulated tire on the market.
But the prime essential is fabric strength
Strong fabric means not only high mileage but protection against
blow-outs. By a process which we have perfected and control
exclusively we have practically doubled the strength of United
States Tires and reduced blow-outs proportionately.
These are the good points you want to find in your tires. They govern the aize of
your tire bills. Four-factory cooperative methods (used exclu$icely in the making
of United States Tires) have enabled us to combine all of them in this one tire.
United States Tire Company
will nbldii by the honest decision of the" nionths old, of KM Allen street, a Turk.
ntict i rancis jiotto. 4 montns om, or -H
Kllzahcth street, an Italian, They won
tho first prizes In classes A, Ft and r re
specllvely, and thn money will hp put
In a hank until they are of aire.
The doctors avo honorablp mention
1 ,."." members of the county eonimlttfe
and support and work for the success of
the Democratic ticket on election day.
"I am In favor of direct primaries,
b'or the pHst idx years 1 have been a
sine re adoeate of till ect primaries b.
cans" .believe that the adoption of the
direct pilmary law In th" State of New
Voik would kIc voters a better nppni-.
Utility to express their eholee In the elec
tion of candidates both In the piim.it y
and Koiieral elections than has been af
forded thi m heretofore
I want It to be understood by the
the crowd of excited iKftroPH and sent
t hem sciitterliiB In nil directions'.
A wreeklni; crew lifted the front of
the car and released t'limmltiRs. He
had been caUKht hctwe-n th- front
wheels and draKned hr several feet
to Willie riorman of 121 IMtt street, ill's rlKllt nip was rirnacn nnu no wan
class A; Hoi Onodmnn of i'S2 Cherrv ll'1,l,v "ml ' ,h" Harlem
street, riass H. ami Ab.. l-Melowity. of i I lospital It was said that his condition
18.1 MldrldKP sltect. Class V. jwas very serious.
Abe Ivlplowltr. was placed on ehih. ! Accordlii"; to Hellly CumtnliiKS walked
I tlon Hi a Sixth montio department store! directly In the path of tho car at Lenox
window to advertise the Infants' wear I avenue and Kl.ld strict, became coll-
fused and made no etrort to jump out of
CHASES AND LICKS HER THIEF.
Mm, MeGIII Marrhra I'nnp Sniiii hr
Mnr niocka to Inlloti.
While Mrs. Hose Mirt'JIll ol 1M m
lie atrtet, Williamsburg was leiip-i ntf
to her home from marketing ia' t.
nlr ii ninn sneaked up behind I r ,,t
.MrtliluilUill nvenui) and 1'owefs .-tvt
HUd mintched her nockctbook cont lining
As he ran off Mrs. Mcdltl dropped th
market basket and slatted In pnr-u't.
When shn overhnuled him she tl r.i tii
him until he hcRped for men' Thet
sh arrested him and marched hrr p-'..
oner nine blocks to the Herbert t-
The man, who said he was 1 ehni
Harney, n laborer, 56 years obi of n
Itushwlck aventii.'. was lucked up tli
. . ,,. i i.'iiri rime ii i . iiiil 1 1 1 e in' rv rni- piv in
... ..i'.'..e .i... ....... tprfered and told the store iifflelritM It , the W.IV rilMimlnRH Is a portor,
committee of the Hronx county Demo-, was BRalnst the law. Abe was rpmovrd years old. and lives at 213 Adams strctt, i complaint for Brand larceny. Mr
cratlc committee unlets I am elected In I from the window. 1 HrooKiyn. I "in is ao.mi .. ji.u.-. u..i, nm c.ii.nit
A Thousand Dollars Under
TTUNDREDS of purchasers of the new "LIGHT
SIX" declare it their opinion that there is no
competing car sold at within a thousand dollars
of the price. We believe they are right
In fact the Lozier "LIGHT SIX" is the first car of very high
est character ever put on the market at what reasonably may be
called a medium price. It's a true Lozier, through and through,
and this fact, meaning so much to those familiar with motor car
values coupled with the sensational price has made its first
season on the market a whirlwind success. Such a success as to
tax the capacity of our great plant to its utmost. By constant
increases in our facilities, however, we are taking good care of
this demand and making deliveries to purchasers very promptly.
We said it means much that the 'TIGHT SIX" is
a true Lozier. Do you realize how much it means?
Well it means that for $3250 here is a model of
the only American-made car which for eight years
has commanded and still commands a $5000 price.
And we could not have commanded a $5000 price all
these years if there had not been real $5000 value in
It means that for $3250 here is a car whose en
gineering could not be questioned. Engineering that
guarantees the very limit of strength and endurance
.and finesse of workmanship.
It means a perfected six-cylinder 60 horse power
car. For there are six years of Lozier six-cylinder
success back of the "LIGHT SK," and in this per
fected six there is such a continuous flow of power,
such freedom from vibration, such flexifcility of con
trol as you would not expect in any but a Lozier Six.
If you want to enjoy the touring season to its
uHest, if you want all the satisfaction and all the
SwriT?i?wJer8hip vou TOd find in a Lozier
LIGHT SIX," let us have your order now.
Five beautiful body types: Touring car and
roadster $3250; Coupe $3850; Limousines $4450.
Demorutrations on request.
1751 BROADWAY Telephone No. 6885 Columbus
LOZIER MOTOR COMPANY, -