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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916.
SEABURY TO RUN
I ON 2 BIG TICKETS
CITY TO SVE OWNER
FOR FIRE EXPENSES
HOOHES WILL REST .STOKES WITHDRAWS , WILSON'S STAND
A WEEK IN ROCKIESl FROM SENATE RACE AROUSES WOMEN
"Kvjrnrcllt'NK of Murphy's Pe
nsion .hKtirc Will lie ('nil
illdalc 'I'liis Fall.
Warehouse Xol KquiujMMl as
l'lTVPiilion Ituioaii Had
Ksivs Park, Near Denver, I Stepping Aside Leaves Field They Sa.v President Could
Seleeled for Vlsil During
Clear for Murphy nnd
HVUV. OF HIS
'i;iie I'lr Dtiiurlincnt will Man tOtliln
hi few rtyK Its ncronrt milt against tlifi
STHKXOTIF '"r "t bumeii hiuuiinc who l.nd m.t f,o CONOHESSMEX COMING
ifimpiieu wuri nre prevention ui-iivi!, iu ,
. . - jrirover the root of putting out tho tire. , - . -
, 'flte (Luartmetit ami ltn flrat ault, trie
Expects to Force Aid From '" on. of u uir,a over biou.ht m thm YAiH,x Takes Important. Fl
Tnmmiiny Hall ny Knter-
PAHTV IIAIIMOXY IS AIM
N'n mailer ith.u the iittltu Je of t'ti.trle
Murphy mm! other Democratic State
'leaders may ttiiri ut to be tftwnnl Jin
tlce Samuel fleabury an a eandlilale for
Governor thin fall, the Jntlre Intendl.
M III frlcniN .isecrt, td permit liU rume
ti ro hefrtr tun voter n prltn.u y day
In both th Democratic Hint l'rni!ree
Till dei'leliitt of .luntlre .A'ltliury lm
a.rouet ari'iit liitertxt In pointful clr
clto. In fai t, liet are, lielni; made that
Mr. Murphy will, biifore lorin, withdraw
fl,ny orjio'ltlmi he may have toward th
Vcabury candidacy and let the Juetlce
walk away with the nomination. Jim
tic Scnhury hat told his friend he he
tleves he cm male Murphy nutnlnate
htm by rutinlnc In the prlmnrle.
Murphy due not want to nominate
fUabury unle he has to. He would
prefer a man of u len Independent type
and one holding lea radical vlewe. Jus
tice Seahnrj't frlenda profea to aee
In htm anothtr Tllden. Tliey aay that.
If nominated und elected, lie will cer
tainty be Governor without the aaelst
DCe of Mr, .Murphy or any political or
fanltatlon. and that he U not Inde
pendent for show purpoeea only, but be
came that In his makeup,
Mlajt from Up Mate.
So far .Mr Murphy hiia not announced
any opposition toward tho Ke.ibury can
didacy, hut lieutenant of Mr Murphy
and Statu Chairman 17. S. Harrl In cer
tain up-Hlati- dlntrlctH ure roj.jrted to
'have been tpiletly at work recntly neck
ing to counteract the movement etarted
ome time ato by the Jutlce'. frliiiO
to brine about hie nomination and have
been circulating report calculated to
pr3udlre the voters agalnt hint.
Then, too, the alacrity with which the
i Wilton Administration lian taken up the
fleaiiury cauKe and tho report from
Wanhlngton tf.e other day that the
President hail expressed Ids approval of
the Justice an a candidate ! being ued
In organization circles to undermine the
trength which hi boom has been ga'h
, -.Meanwhile, the frlenda of Justice Sen
ury are bh liard at work us ever In
,ery county of the Htatn. While Ju
tlca Seiibury l In nowl personally In
terestlntT himself. In this propaganda, he
haa let his friend know tn the last few
Whs that li" would llkn to ! Gov
ernor and that he certainly was In favor
f letting tho primaries accomplli-li the
'purpose for which they ero Intended,
namely, to demonstrate whether , j-ha
,T0ters favored him as their candidate.
Justice Peahury'a Mrenglh as a vote
getter was convincingly shown two years
ago, not only In the Democratic prl
.merles but In the general ilection. In
the primaries he beat John N. Carlisle,
one of the best known up-State Demo
crat, by a plurality of 7,00. He fol
lowed this up bv getting a total Demo
cratic vote In November of GIG.400, m
against 1 ,-nst for Olynn for Gov
ernor. While cllynn was beaten by 274,
800, Seabur.v won by 62,000. In thle
pity he ran away ahead of hla ticket, hui
plurality helne 117,000, while Glynn lot
the city to Whitman by 10,000.
Seahurt'a Una Confluence.
Having; these tlicures In mind. Justice
tabury, so his friends ay, has no doubt
that he could carry the prlmarlia for
Oovernnr If the field wern an open one,
Many of his suvrxr. ters Hie i nnfldmt thul
not only would he roll up h bin ote
In the primaties, but that he would al'O
beat Mr Whitman at the election next
November. There In one thing more than
anything else likely to deter Mr. Murphy
frarn openly opposing Justice Seabury,
M that hi the Mayortv contest next
yeir. With the Seabury strength
great as It Is now, Murphy haa been
told that an open fight aralnst the Jus
tice In this Governorship eltuatlcn would
ke 111 advised and would Imperil the
oemocrataic aus at the citv elect on
This the Tammanltes and McCooeyltes
nave nipn noties of carrying as matters
, Justice Keabury, It Is nscited Is cog-
maant or an tins ana Is reeling extremely
confident that not only will tho primal.
reaull In his nomination on both the
Democratic and Progressive tickets, but
that with the New York Ilepubltoans
turning a com anouiaer on the Pro
Frwslve. and dlssatlefacllon felt In
many quarters with the Whitman ad-
pUBlstratlon, he will have a ?ood chance
.carrying the state, even tlionch p.
Mould go tor Hughes.
llernurd litli. owner of the storae!
warehu'ise at la:0 to UJS AmHterduin !
1 avenue, near lDlst street, which burned
l.it Thursday nlsrht. Is the defend.mt I
Knur alarms hud to be sent, and firemen I
weie still wetting down the building ye
terda. More than 7u0 families had
hiiusehnld jfooils fdored there, and the
damage exceeded 11,000,000.
Chlof Kenlon and Commissioner Adam
roti made a close Inspection of the tiulld
Iiik mi Friday, and (.'lilef Kenlon said de
cidedly that had the owner obeyed Fire
Iii parttnrnt orders lsued March C the
rite would have been small mid the
ili.m.ixe trltllnii Tl;ete orders were that
all the phiitteif on two Moors of the
hiilldlng be (lreproofed nnd a fire wall
erected Inside the building to subdivide
u 1.11 Ke exposed space. As the order!
were not obeyed, word was sent on June
'X to the Corporation Counsel's olllco to
twKin Icical action.
Commissioner Adamson said yenterday
that had the tlte wall been built the
biaie could lint have spread through the
wirehoue, and the ttremen would have
hud a vantage point from which to work,
Av It way, the lire Mprrad with amazing
The suit ptobably will be for several
thoiiMild dollats. It will Itemlie the
cost to tho Fire Department in aalariea
of firemen, coal, water and electricity
used and damage to apparatus. In the
first suit brouaht. asralnst an Eaat Hide
factory owner under two old sections of
the charter, the Appellate Division unanl
ri'ously upheld the lire Commissioner.
naticial Data to Nominee
for Loup Time.
Force Suffrasc Amend
ment if He Would.
bcr he will fight In the ranks with those
who have olfeted to fight for Jilm. This
means that Mr. Stokes will not enter
the ltats for the Republican prlmarlia
na a candidate for nomination for Cnlted
States Senator, It I known that Mr.
The Hughes speech of uuptunce,
awaited by Itepubllcan leaders every
where with Interett as the starting gun
of the campaign, nnd the Itinerary of the
'.uidldtite'A first swing around the circle
took Chairman Wlllcoa to Hrldgehamp
ton yesterday, there to mn.tln until to
Although the llughei Itinerary Is be-
lint euarded u lnai in,, .,,. i, r '
acceptance, a little about It waa nllowed Htokes long haa entertained Senatorial
to leak out at Republican tieadiiuartera "uiulllone and nis stepping asiae now
II this cltv vest.rduv. Sir H.h. it lll leuve tne nem to ex-i.ov. r
waa learned, has picked Kslea Park In rphy of K-sex county nnd ex-Htate
the lt.H.ky Mountain., near Denver, u,lHen01, Joseph S. Prellnghiosen of
ihe place where he will ret a week. ! Ho"ieret county.
This will be on hi, trip to the co.,.t. ! sl0MS ",a " nftn receive i an
It Is also hoped ho will be able to make I'P' ''" " ",n" e,.u..wu
short sto,s at the Glacier National Park "J W rr,nu" n,n ",m l" "f
and Lake Tahoe. The candidate' Dell-1 1,1 r ngmg about part unity, an i.e
, ... . I awepted It "In the spirit In which It
ver speech will be made after he haa I Bft, conceived an earnest desire to
tested at Kates Park. On the Pacific promote party harmony."
coast Portland will hear him first. fter i "I ralle that the next Administr
SEEKS WILSON VIEW
ON APATHY IN N, Y.
Chairman McCormiek Ex
pected to Hrinjr Instructions
on Heturn This Week. ,
It Is probable Vance C MiCoruilck,
Democratic national chairman, on tils
return to this city thli wctk will have
special Instructions from President Wil
son relative to the New York Htate cam
The national chairman's time for the
inoet part luat week was occupied In
listening to reports on New York con
ditions and to augKCstloiw ns to the best
way In which to deal with the situation
In this State, admittedly the caune of
uneaslnea to the President and hi" cam
As he was about to le.iv the c.lv for
the week end ret McCormiek informed
the It porter ho expected to confer with
the President In Washington before le
turnlng to his desk In the Kurty-secnnd
The local Demociatli leaders are cun
Kormer Gov Stokes announced Jfslei
day at Tienton that In the Interest of
Itepubllcan harmony In the coming cam- jheld In Colorado Springs on Auaut H
paign ana success n,i ine ponn in ,iur'
A rnnference between leaders waa held
'.vcfterdny nt the local headquarters, It-
Cast Fotly-flrst sln-et. Tho campaign
lsues weie discussed nnd permntietit
hcniliituirtcrs In Chicago was selected.
AIUioukIi none of the lenders yesterday
would prophesy the future attitude of
the suftniKe party, they did criticise
President Wilson's policy In not putting
through the suffrage iimendmejnt bill
which Is in the Senate.
"Wilson," said Miss Alice Paul, one of
the county chairmen, "allows thin bill
to ho held w becnun he says that It
can do no Immediate good, as It will have
to he tntllled by Ihlrly-slx States before
It can become operative. Thn President,
tmwever, offers us as n sop to pacify us
the Kcdcral' child labor hill, passed
without the t.ttiflentloti of the States, H
Is In the power of the President nnd the
Democratic leaders In Congress to pass
that amendment this afternoon, this min
ute. If they want to. We have been un
able to nndei stand why President Wll
mi i mnicMfeniiltiff It. Our sneakers
lent Wliflon or t'lmrles I throughout the suffrage States, when ad-
H. Hughes will win the uniform .support idtes'lng sticet crowns, nave necn hskco
of the women voters throughout the iuepllnn timusnnns or niuep, i ne
twelve surrrnge States will be decided nt i W esiern men nnd vvmncii cannot under
the llr-t CMiventlon of the union to be ', ' "'d U llson s stnnd, ..
We aie very nnxloUR to see wiint
Sweeping ald all ottier national Is
sues as unimportant In their estimation,
the Women's Congressional I'nlon yes
terday made definite plans to give 4,000,.
000 votes which they claim can do
cldc the Preslilciitt.it election to tho can
i dldnte who will promise to nut through
Congress the Federal suffrage amend
Hughes Is going t" say regarding It In
tils Hiveptniico speech Monday. Jte tins
tieen pounded hv our leaders nnd linn
said Hint he believes what he will say mi
this Issue will please us. The attitude
of thn cnndldates on this vitally Impor
tant matter, vitally Important to the
women throughout the United States, H
going to spell victory or defeat.
"We are thoroughly organized, We
have enough votes now to control one
third of the votes In the election, one
fifth of the House of Iteprcsentatlves
and one-fourth of the Senate. That will
give us enough reptesentallon In Con
gress to block effectively everything wc
"Wo are now In a position where we,
no Innger have to beg for help hut can
fight for our cause. Just na both the Ite
publlcan and Democratic purllett are
making frantic effort to win the Pro
gressive voles, so are they looking for
The conference at local headquarters
lasted atl yesterday afternoon. Thofe
TheUomen'n Cnngresl-)ti, tn,
tends making partleulnrty trnc
Ill tho Slates where the.v i,, 1
ivu-, I ins inciuries llll ifns. v1,a.
say they have rnoupli Voters In
iweniy-iiinc eiioroi vntcs, rl'fn,,r
Is another State which they claim ,ft
can swing either way, n it w,i, n,, ,1
,1... uii . 51 'S
in,' i.'uiiiiviiiin ill inn lust rrcsMfMti.i
election by eighty-eight vm 1
WII0N WON TO SUFFRAGE.
i:peetel Mioelly ., rt,r,r. u
'"tar nf Woman's Cutis,
WASIltNOTOS, July L' rf,)M.p,
rumor was nfloat st the Capita t, 1lT
that Piesldent WIIon will thirtlv .
claio In favor of woman Miffi.nr ( a ,
whispered ntnone me Demo r.tie sn
tors that the President' prnpi..V ttl
oiineenrllt on the iilijeel Wc.iihl t,
lwirlK' unit lltnl It m-... ,1.. .... . n,"l,
a political conference between id. i,...
who aiicnoeci nesincs ine local mcniners i oeiii nun ncnaiors ivern ntui roni'tM
of the union were Mrs, ,vnnc .Martin, on 1'iidny.
State chairman of Nevada and member I Thn President has been t -vea (,
nf the HAtlonal executive committee; iftlon In the tnntter. It was said hy
.Miss Alice Paul of New Jersey and of , Itifntmatlon that ClMrtes U 1 ljath
the national committee and Miss Mlsle i would eclare for It either In M rT,,.rh
r I 111. , of aceeidance or hhorlly lliereatttr
which he will proceed to San Kranctsco
and thence to Los Angeles und Sacra
mento. Ml Wlllcox when he left yesterday for
ifriilgehumpton carried with him. It Is
Hon. If Republican," he eald, "would be
under the deepest obligation to the Re
publicans of New Jersey If our party
should sink all personal difference and
set an example to Hi rest of the coun
try by presenting a united front ror
aid, Important financial data compiled ' jURhe and Knlrbanka rather than c m-
oy cAiii.. lor wuicn air. Jiuanes n" I tinne a primary fight within ine pariv
been waiting before finishing the tariff I untn the last of September,
part of his speech. !
Reports that Col. Rooaevelt would Anxloae to ierve Party,
make four epeechea In Maine turn out to
have beun aumewhat erroneous. The "An experienced observer must see
Colonel, It waa said, la to make four that the Republican party In this State
speeches during the entire campaign, ac- Is In danger of drtfttng unconsciously
cording to present plan, but only one Into a contest whose Intensity and con
of these will be In Maine. Others will sequent bitterness will be keenly re
be leserved for strategic points In some I gretted and be detrimental. If not dl
i't the pivotal States where rne Colonel's atrous. It requln some unusual tep
inlluMice iiuc ha ikiIciiI in i l.'ini.ii.u- ih . to ih.illentfe Party attention und t
A report Hint the Colonel would make
jl speech at the notification ceremony
Hppuiently aroe from thn fact that he
had accepted a box tendered to him and
Ills family. Col. Roosevelt la not expected
to occupy the box himself, but member
of his family will be present,
awaken It to a sense nf th! dange.
.'Somebody must make this move.
"Perhaps my long work In the partv.
In Its dark days us well ns In it
bright oii s, makes thia Incumbent upon
"If I tan serve the party In this re-
eoect and aid paity harmony at in
The fact that the Colonel had de-1 t'rlce of personal disappointment, 1 am
cldeil not to ha tirrsnl nil attributed coniem.
to a desire on his pa it to avoid any
Mr Stoke.'a withdrawal I
..li tn lir ! it a,,.,. l , l lU u-lll
take after his confer nc to conciliate
the organisation DttnocratH who In'
muny parts of the Htate aie refusing
to have aii.v pait In the Wilson cam
It was an off day In national head-
quarters ynsterdny One. of the few vial
tors wan Dr. John W Coughllii, na
tional toinmltteemaii for Massachuaetts.
When asked regarding Democratic
chance In Massachusetts. Dr. Coiighllit
was uon commltul, but ho vnluuteeied
the opinion that Wilson l a sure win
ner The President." he said, "has given
to tho country the most constructive pol
icy In the history of the republic. He
hue played fair with the people, and they
will leiiultc him with a leelet'tlou.
"KeepliisT the country out of war Is a
great achievement In Itself," Dr Couich
till went on. "Then, the business inter
Vila realize that the safe und sound
financial policy the country enjoys Is due
directly to Woodrow Wilson's splendid
work. The farmers for the flr.it time
have the benefit of rural credits. Kvery
branch of labor la participating In the
general prosperity the nation, a pros
perity due to the wonderful achievement
of a Democratic President and a Demo
,.,.. .v.. ii. i nr me menu oi e-w..
light with the candidate. There will '"
a big help to tn latter in ni
... w... ..... 1 .... .11.. I- CUIIUl.tlKII lllC.tlllt t---r-i,.i.
cmmlt.ee. and the other by Ml Hughes. I Y ' ' -'
fty memhera of Centres are coming ,. n , j.r,,v
In u liioly to attend the meeting ut
candidate and as the bulk of the Ri
t arneg:.. Mall to-morrow tntt.it publican vote In the Btate Is largely In
Among thoe who have acceptd In-1 ,n, u r lHnmt.H Murphy'' friend
vitattone are United States Senator ; ,R, w, ,lllt ,,,uo lin. duilcutty in
Cummin, of Iowa. Ltnlge t.f M.isachu-' t., lIlturinK nomination
MtU. Urandtgee of Coimwtlcut, rail of. Athgh the out and out Stokes
New Mexico, Wadsworth of New York boomers profes to be disappointed over
t-nd Smith of Michigan. Other sc- i.u a.utan to withdraw, they admit
ii-iiaini"i nai' urtn irirnru nvin .unnu i ,, action m.ikeb pos!lile u union OI
McCotni.ck of Chicago. Divid Jayne I .j(,r tli x.t may bring about the nomlna-
' I Hon of State Senator Walter U Kdce or
Atlantic f T Governor and Murphv for
1 United State Senator. Till would give
south Jersey and north Jersey two high
plaroa on the Hughej-Kalrbunks ticket.
With a united party, It Is pointed out,
the likelihood of a big Republican sweep
In President Wilson's home Stat would
be very bright.
Hill, Gov Whitman and Gov
Keeckuian of Rhode Island.
8,000 WORDS IN SPEECH.
STINESS ADHERENTS WIN.
ADMIRAL WINSL0W RETIRED.
-Commander of I'aclte fleet
I Had Note-worthy Career.
I ;Wahinoton, July 20. Admiral Cam
ifen Melt. Winaloy, generally recognized
a on of the beat all around officer of the
ratsIce, was retired from active duty to
ClJ, having reached the atututory age of
3. No promotion will follow his retire
caan a ho was an additional oftlcer In
I".l grade, HIh most recent service has
reen a commundor In chief of the Pacific
Admiral Wlnslow attained rapid ad
vancement in lank through conspicuous
tr.d unusual service. He flrt became
prominent during the Spnnish-Ameilcaii
var whllo he was serving as lieutenant
fn' board the gunboat Nashville, it wan
?ia who led tho little party of volunteers
that undertook to cut the Cuban cables
For three hour the sailors In the
rtoats were under deadly fir from hun-
flrada of Spaniard on ahore, but Wln
o and hut party stuck to their task
limn two or tne caniea had been cut.
Bhortly afterward Wlnalow's launch was
taken In tow by a steam cutler from the
Najhvlllc, and while he wn reaching
for; freah rifle n rifle ball pierced hi
)!t hind. Still he continued fighting
and In command of hla men. n was
advanced five numbers for his heiolsni.
Admiral Wlnslow was born in Wash
ington July HO, 1854, and was appointed
to the Naval Academy In September,
J 170. He commanded Ilui President'
yai&ht Mayflower In 1905, and went to
thaMew Hampshire In 1903 and a year
s.Ur waa made supervisor of New York
Admiral Wlnslow's theory of the beat
war to train a navy la to keep It at ea.
talonn Man Shoot Ra-L'oavlet.
George Miller, to, an ex-convict, who
recently served it term for burnlury in
Pint Sing, wnH taken to thn HunhwicU
Kopltal, Williamsburg, last nluhl In a
BTMit condition, with a bullet wound
In the abdomen, John Donovan, ii sit-
'ig-MPr'. yeated " his assailant,
aVkfJarad that he ahot Mlivr with a re
Valvar In hla saloon at 1 Marlon street
hUM tha latter threatened hlrk
Federal .laaa Thrvsea Allrarrd
Uleetlaa I'randa Oat ut Court.
PaortlKKCB, R. I., July 29. The eases
of fourteen Coventry men Indicted for
fraud In connection with tha election to
Congress of 'Walter P, Stlncsi In 1914
were thrown out of court to-day by a
decision of Federal Judge llrown sus
tulnlng a demurrer In behalf of the de
fendants, The court ruled that the Federal Gov
ernment waa without Jurisdiction, the
power of regulating such elections reel
ing with the State. Tho Government al
leged the defendants bribed electors,
debauched the election by distribution
of beer checks and resorted to other
Iluicliea Send the Maauerrtpt
Hnttiosit Aitiros-, N Y, July
Charles K. Hughes's speei h of acceptance
was taken to New York by a messenger
to-night and placed In the hands of a
printer It was said It contains approxi
mately S.0OO word.
William R. Wlllcox, chairman of the
national committee, arrived here to-day.
He leud the aii eptunce speech this aftei
noon nnd Is discussing the Itinerary of
the Pacific cnaH ttlp with the nominee
.Mr Hughes will go to New York Mon
day morning. Ho will occupy the time
between Wednesday, when he expects to
lettiiii to HrlilKehainpton, und Saturday,
when hu leaves for the West, by finish
ing the draft of two or three campaign
NASSAU MOOSE FOR HUGHES.
E. H, HATCH REPORTED DYING.
Oranare Hanker lit Collapse
Roosevelt Pleased Over sctlon In
Ills Otvn County.
OtsTiia Hat, U. I., July 2 Col.
Rooeelt was greatly pleased to-day
when Informed that the Progressive
county committee of Nassau county, the
Colonel's own county, nt Its meeting
Friday night at Mlnrola, had not only
voted to Indorse Mr. Hughes, but had
adopted a resolution commending the
Colonel for his patriotic attitude In de
clining tho Progressive nomination, Tho
resolution was ns follows:
"Keeolved, That the Nassau County
Progressive Committee Indorse tha can
didacy of Charles 15. Hughes and advo
cate that all Progressives support and
use their heartiest efforts to assure hla
The rommHtee further pledged Its
suDuort to Frederick C. lllcks. Republi
can, for reeleoUon to Congress from this
Okamu:, N. J July ':, lc became
known to-day that l.'dwin H. Hatch,
vice-president of the Mutual Trust Com
pany, collapsed on Thursday, the day
lie was arrested in connection with the
closing of tho bank by the State au
thorities, and thut he Is now In a seri
ous condition. One report says he Is
dying. A detective from the Essex
county prosecutor's otllce Is on guard
at hla bedside. Mr. Hatch's children
have been summoned from tha summer
horns at Lordship to the houaa In Ma
plewood where the bnnker lies atrlcken.
Thomas B. Byrne, secretary-treasurer
of the trust company, who was Induced
bv Hatch, according to tho latter'
statement, to favor him with overcer- j
HtlcaCee. Is the object of general gym-'
pathy, for he had his llfe'H savings In the
bank and has always lived In a modest
way. petitions aie to ne circulated to
morrow asking clemency for him,
Htate bank examiners and the bank's
fore spent all of to-day working on Dm
books, but their examination was not
completed anu tney were unable to say
what would be paid Hie depositors,
Judge Thomas A, Davis, attorney for i
Iho directors, has advised them not to
pany the overcertlflcntlon of 1308,000, 1
though the notes have been honored by
New York banks. The Stale Hanking
Department, It Is said, will Indorse this
view, and in that event the bank may
be reorganised nnd continue business.
Act o Aid Cattleraea.
Washington. July :!. The ttonat
amendment to the agricultural bill tn re
peal the law allowing Importation of
tick Infested cattle has been eliminated
bv conferees adjusting difference In the
bill, to permit Texsa and other border
Slate cattlemen to mini ineir contracts.
The conference report wu brought to
day before the Senate.
Collate May Withdraw.
leport has been current for several
day tha: State Senator AtlMen Colgate
of Kscx county, who has been making
a lively campaign for tho Gubernatorial
nomination, may deckle also to with
draw. If he doe. get out of the race. It
Is admitted, the Mtuntlon would be much
simplified so far ns the carrying out of
the so-called IMge-Murphy combination
On the face of things the Republican
situation In New Jereey looks much
brighter now than It has In a long time
Senator Harton It. Hutchinson of
Trenton, who 111 been circulating pri
mary nomination petitions for Mr.
Stoke, said yesterday the petitions will
be withdrawn. He expressed the opin
ion, however. Hint he believed Mercer
county Republicans would vote largely
for Frellnghuysen Instead of for Murphy,
as Frellnghuysen's record haa made him
Mr. Stokes said In his announcement
nf withdrawal In the Interest of party
harmony that he will sllll continue to
entertain nn ambition to become a United
States Senator, It Is understood that
two yinrs from now, when a successor
Is chosen to Senator William Hughes.
Stokes may again be n rondldate. If
the R-publlcans are successful Hi! year
In selecting a successor to Senator .lame
1? Martin It would not be surprising.
It Is said, If Mr. Stoke' ambition should
he realised then.
SUNKEN TREASURE SOUGHT.
Tnsjs an Way to Salvatr Merlda's
Newtort Nr.ws, V.i , July :n. Three
tug were on their way to a xint fif
teen miles oft the Virginia Capes to
day on a sunken treasure expedition.
Their commnndnr, Capt. George I). Still
son, hoped to salvnge the million dollar
cargo of the Spanish Meamer Merid.i,
punk four yeain ago. Divers will a
certain the condition of the wreck and
later the tugs will be fitted out to ralio
The Insurance company which Insured
the Merlda's enrgn Is promoting the e.
Chemlsls tn Meet Here Sept. V.n,
The fall meeting of the American
Chemical Society will b held In this
city Hit" week of September 2.", coinci
dent with the second annual exposition
of the Chemical Industries, Mntlers of
Importance to the trade and nation, par
ticularly the dya situation, will b dls.
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FURNITURE Clearance Sale
and Continuing Throughout August
The unusual reductions to be found in this sale are on our
regular stock and not merchandise bought for sale purposes.
Dining Room nd Bedroom Furniture
of All Periods
X-piera lamia XVI. Bedroom Suit in Antique Irorr . Uiual
4-piecs Adami Bedroom Suite, solid Mahsginy. Uul
7-piets Am. Walnut Bedroom Suite, fold decoration , Usual
10-piec Queen Anne Dininf Room Suit, Mahofinv Uiual
10-piece Chineie Chippendale Dinini Room Suite Usual
10-piere Wm. & Mary Dininf Room Suits, Am. Walnut. Usual
Heridlns. Nlirlnm and Matlreeees HneilaHy I
ow operatinK excuse and wholesale connections make prices
ower here man eisewnere. A comparison win convince von.
SS?WlDKi?APP son Co
" until wuouaAtBVM;
39-41 WEST 23D ST.
Summer BusDtrness Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M..
Om Saturdays during- August tHne Store wiH be closed' All day
1. Altmatt $c o.
SMART CLOTHES FOR MIDSUMMER
are the doflmiDiniant feature on the Departments devoted
to the outfitting off Women and Misses, Men and Boys.
Especially 5 in teres ting are the assortments of Sports
Garments, selected with. a view to meeting the indi
vidua! requirements of those who prefer to spend the
warm days out of doors.
A Special Offering of
Women's Pongee Silk Skirts
(.natural tone, with colored stripes'
wll! take place to-morrow (Monday)
At tho same time a number of
Broad-stripe Worsted Sports Skirts j
in whstc-and-itHue, vhite-and-green and
white-and-bBack, viti be paaced on sale at
A Reduction Sale off
Semimade Cotton Sports Skirts
tin; color? onSy1
to begin to-morrow iAortday) wi.E cornpraso
the entire remaining stock of .Colored
Cotton semi-made Skirts in broken sizes,
offered, to cEose out qutckty, at
51.50, $2.15 & $2.45
(Cotton Dress Fabrics section, First FJoor,
(Ready-to-wear Department, Third Floor)
Women's Silk Hosiery
wifiS provide an interesting Summer Sale for
to-morrow, excellent vatues being offered.
BLACK OR WHITE SILK HOSIERY
With cotton tops and soles, per pair 75c.
With Hcle-intcrlincd double soles and tops,
per pair 90c.
With extra spliced double tops and soles,
per pair '$11.45
With hand-embroidered clocks to match, or
in black on white or white on black,
per pair $ 1.65
With openwork clocks . per pair 1.75
Unusual Values in
Women's and Misses' Sweaters
at these vcrv
Ribbed Silk Sweaters, in purple, rose ad
two shades of blue; with sash and cofiv?r4-
ible collar $22.50
Fibre Sweaters, in several plain colors
well as in white-and-black in two-r-e
effect . . . . "$6.85 ?.7v.
In the regular stock of the 'Sweater iDepart
ment are to be found the newest modes in
Sweaters for Women, Misses and Children.
There is also a very comprehensive assort
merit off Summer Shawls, includirg son:c
charmingly sheer effects in Shetland wool,
with Scarfs of the same attractive type.
(Sweater Department, Second Floor
A Number off
Women's Summer Blouses
taken from regular stock, arc on Special Jal
at the following greatly reduced prices:
Lingerie Blouses . . $1.10 to 5.
Silk and Crepe Blouses . 3.75 to 12.50
(Department, Second Floor)
The Oriental Rug Department
ready for selection an c.traordinur;Ij
extensive assortment of
PERSIAN, CHINESE, INDIAN
many larjc and unusuai
every demand for OncnUi
pets, for home or office use, enn be he sypplie
Careful inspection is invited.
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