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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1916.
COMMITTEE OF 100
NAMED BY BACON
TirnriiiiK Nnw York Men- in
Many Affnirn to Aid in
14,000 NAMES ON LIST
Number, Obtained in Three
Days, Cnim'H SnrpriMO in
With the announcement of the com
mittee of mi limirtrfd formed to ad
vance tli candidacy of ltntiert Bacon
and the Isiuance of a reply hy Colder
lo the Bacon platform, ttie Hacon-Calrter
contest for the Senatorial nomination
yeaterrtay began to make good prtdlc
tlona that It aoon would be one of the
hottest In thla year'a primary election.
Aa a matter of fact, there la not a
Republican politician In the State who
knows aa yet Just how to figure thla con
teat. The fact that. the Bacon petition
filed In Albany contained, according to
count, 14,000 nainea, all of them ob
tained In three days, waa the aenaatlon
In political elrclea yesterday. Thla la
the record catch of nm, It la aald. TIio
Calder petition had 22,000, but the Cal
der people had been working for many
Mr. Bacon at hla headquarters at 1
Park avenue announced the members of
hla campaign committee. It waa aald
every man had consented personally to
.if e w Yorker oa Llat.
Among the residents of New Tork city
' who have accepted Invitations to sirve
W, B. Atterbiiry. Perry Osborne.
Vincent A(or, Robert I'erktnr,
Lavrtnce F. Abbott, Krunk II, 1'latt.
Oeorse D. Aroe. Prol Mlrliul tuplo,
H. H Benedict, Horace Porter.
Ouitare liiaslnr. Thro. Rooserrlt, Jr.,
itew-jr Btrrell. ttlhu Hoot, Jr.,
tlcholss Biddle. ! M. Selnmsn.
Joseph H. Choete. Charles H Khirrlll.
Stejihen C. Clark. Woniturr h Schift,
C. A. Coffin. Gore R ShrMcm.
Alfred C. Coxe. Jr, Wlllard Strait bl.
Tbomas C Clark, Jotin A. Stewart,
Orenvllle Clnrk, Howard 1'. SinOs.
William U. Corwina, Thnmj V. siwum,
Charles S. Darldson. lletiry h. SUrnioii.
William C Demurest, Alhrrl SlraiiM.
Allen W. Erarti. William n Thompson,
William D. Gutarie, W E. Truesdrll,
Job E. Iledtes. Henry W Tan.
William1 B. Uowland. ltenrr E. Towns,
feth Low, Frank A. Vnii.krllp.
Thomas W Lamont, William C. Warren,
W Ci Mnaehenhrlm. Crorte T Wllion,
Orden Mills. Henry A. Wise Wood.
Pcrley Morse. E. M Villln.
IV P. Marvin. V. noitra WrttrnM.
W. M K. Olcolt,
Borne of the other members of the
L. J. "Arnold. Albany. L. P. Hale, Canton.
M. C. AdOoms. Sara- J. It. Hill, Westbjry.
tons. It. lr. llinnun. Bin--
E. C. Aiken. Auburn, hamtnn
H. L. Austin, Cats- E. Holliiter. Huffalo.
kill. J. II Jackson, Dana-
C. II. Belts. Lyons. Mile.
J. H llrosd. Morns. r.U. Kilt urn. Malone,
vlile. J. A. Larery, l'outh.
F. D. Blodartt, One. ktrptir.
. oma J. Lanzeita. Fyrneuse.
J. R. Baldwin. Buffalo. P. II. Mitchell. Koch
O. C. Bcker. Oneonta. etcr.
Dr. C. Borwtllerl, But- J. W.Markoe. Clayton.
'.0 . - N O.uamKr. Al-
E. C Braekctt, Sara- bmy.
.. L- r- ''wn. Chatham.
Wru Birnes, Albany. S. JVIllttler. ftta.
Mayor -J, fl. Calkins, M. S!un!i. Elruira
Cohoej. M. W. Siryker, Clin-
A. TV Clearwater, ion.
Kltiaston. J)r. A Shaw, Chrfter.
r. K. Cook. Genesee. J W.steveiii, Alhinr,
A. 8. CalUn. ChM- 11. L. K fhaw, Ch..
M Delano. Cinsitota. E. Sliprwood, CMcmh.
Cbai M, Dow, James- K. C Steart, llha-a.
,0.n , ' ShiparU. KoaMiry.
O B. Emerson. Buf. A M Slici woo.1,
O. Eastman, Rorlier- M.Tajlor, Ml Klitta.
, r. W Whitehead.
. S. Fait'tt. Elmira. Xtajara F.i:is
P. A. Pront, Wstkint. C. 11 Voubir. Centra)
F. N. Godfrey, Oican. VJley.
Antl-WhltruHn Slrn anieil.
Aa waa expected, the Ilacon commit
tee contain many men of unusual mom
Inence In buslnrcs. Ho lar a politician
go, ii is moie roprcsentntHf of old
regimes than of the pre "en t rule In Re
publican Hlatc politics. Itrackett,
Barnes. Illnman and F.iMett are Ihe mlv
political leaders cm the committee whose
atreneth now umounts to anytliiis: Thev
are the chief (Inure In the nppoeltlun
so me wnitmun control of the State
orsrnnixRtlon. Kor thla reason thev hjvc
quickly lined up behind ILiron and will
throw him vhndver rtrsnKth they po
ess thioushont the ritnto In the coming
Tile Bacon people, In tplte of IIiIb sup
port. Inal't the talk that the Bacon
candidacy Is entirely factional Is twad
lie. "t understand," said Job Hf.ljics,
Mr, Uacon'b mannijer, "that Mr. Barnes
admits tho law nf gravitation. If tlila
Is so, any one who 4ne not llhe Mr.
Birnes must aiKUe that there Is no law
of gravitation, und w will soon be In
a dlscuwlon again aa tn whether the
aun do move The only question reall
In this whol Ihln'j Is which of the two
men could heller represent the party
and the Stnte In thin particularly rom
plcated moment of afTulrs."
Mr. Hedites hald mot of the tal'i
going aroimil tht Mr Kit-nn'a r.in.llducy
was not reRnlnr and had not been In
dorse1 ramo from localities whence
ram the support of the therv of the
direct primary "Tho orcanlitatlon un
der the law," he s.iH, "cannot'ex-pre a
preferepee. The people will nlivavs vole
for whom they want, and this Is the
test." A etatemont Issued op Cmrttre
behalf hy bis manHser, John MncCr.ile,
contained a veiled ntlaek on Bacon for
Belnff too pio-AIIv This said In part!
'Ml-, t'ulder believes in an lucluslvi'
Americanism. No man Is prieierlhed by
the plare nf his birth. IIIh tbflnltlon
of AmericanWm fathers men of every
nationality In this country who plara
America Hrst and foremtist. As to In
ternational affalis. William M. Older
will art he has done In the past with
out suspicion that any f.irelcii in Hon
moulds his action, In entering upon hlw
candidacy he was not compelled n rlenv
tho (r.slriuatlon that any particular In',
trest or Intiresta would be rcpre.enlwl
BARNES OUT FOR BACON.
Bdltnrlnl In Ilia Allmn Newspaper
AuiANy, Aue IS. Wttliim Marnes In
a leading editorial In Ills Alhiny h'reii.
Inp Journal tn-nluht Indorsed Hit. can
didacy of Robert iUidii for tin- Repub
lican nomination for I'nltccl stnica ,-!ii .
ator. In thlr editorial he s ild
"The F.vrninu Jvuiiial hit urge,) t' -selection
of Mr. Baron rather than Mr
Calder for United Ktates Hrnator, pri
marily because he more II' in till the
duties of that great office. He will be, as
Henator HoM hua aald, of Incalculable
xervlce, ir nominated and eis.ied, lo the
new administration In the difficulties
which will confront It internationally.
"Mr. ("alder rcptesenia a type of po.
ltlo!;tn entirely familiar In Amerlenn
life. He has not heslialeil, ewr since
he was defeated at the pilinnrles two
years ago hv Senator Wadrworlh, tn
buttonhole and He up by ptcilre ery
man he cniil.l fur his rniidM.iry lor
b'enator This fact Itself Is lmlcav
of lnriipicuy for Hie office, as It In
volis misconception "f the duties of
h Fenstnr. and the dignity which should
be malnialntd by a Henator, or a cun-
THE SAFE SIDE
TUMI to an eld Latin
"rortnnste I he wham the
dangers of othen nave rendered
It was the danger of defec
tlre title that resulted In
our Introducing title Insur
ance to Greater New York.
Those who make use of It
are free from thse dangers
but there are Just enough
people who hare not adopted'
It to furnish unpleasant ex
It will pay you to be on
the safe aide.
AND TRUST C9
Capital . . $ 5,000,000
Surplus (an earned) 11,000,000
l7asVwiy,lLY. 17B sUmsen St BlOya.
sw s uiisHs aju. anaica
dldate for Rcnntor. A district leader
of New York city a day or two ago In
formed the management of Mr. lUconft
canvass that he would like to support
Mr. Ilacon for Senator, but he had
promised Mr. Calder the day after the
primaries In 1914,
"Mr. Calder deserves; a medal for In
dustry In his own behalf. Certainly In.
this case he did not let the grass grow-
under hie feet The story, however, ex
emplifies the structure of tho Calder
candidacy, upon which he wisely bases
his hope for euccess. it Is sincerely
hoped by ull thouirhtful and earnest
Republicans who Inte the party mid Its
history und ure devoted to Its future
usefulness Hint that kind of a candi
dacy cannot succeed In the face of a
man of Mr. Tlncon's admitted courage,
conviction and fltness.
"If a large voto la polled at the pri
maries Mr. Itucon will certainly be
nominated. If the vole la confined
largely to the cliques which have prom
ised Mr. Calder he will succeed."
ON EQUAL PAY VETO
Women's Committee Asserts
That as Governor He Fa
vored the Principle.
C!ov. Huitlies vetoed the erjutl pay
bllt for New York city school teachers
because he didn't coiBlder It far reach
ing enough, not because he wn opposed
to the principle of eo,ual pay, for he was
heartily In favor of It, Hu says the
omen's committee of the National
Hughes Alliance In an unswer Just lumed
to the attack made on Mr. Huptur Tues
day In Congress by Representative
James 6. Aswell of txiuielHtia. -
Mr. Aswell eald the Republican can
didate' i support of woman ptiffMge didn't ,
ring very true when contrasted with this :
veto of his when In Albany. The women's
committee Immediately dun up Mr,
Hushes s veto memoiandum. Xjilal'ilnt:
his reaaons fur hl action. He au;ucl
tlial it was unfair to k1c Jtntke merely
to the women f one occupation loubly
to to select the members who dwelt III
"The principle Is one of jteneral ap
plication, and should not be adopted by
llie t-tate unless the Stnte Is prepared lo
nvply It Knerall," he wrote. "Thero Is
no reason why it should be applied to
te.ichers In New York city and not to
those In Albany. .Syracuse, Ruche -ler
and elsewhere in t.ds Stale. Nor Is
theio any teasou why II eliould be llm
it.il to school teachlnx. If sound, It
should be applied In our State hospllal
servlc. in our thjritable and reforma
tory institutions and Knrallv throuuh
Ihe civil court service of the State.-'
The committee has Jn-i tested another
Hughes eiimpalpn service bulletin. It
contains an editoiul ai'.'il ' Reconstrti t
the Republic," by Nicholas Munay Dul
ler; an article by'.MI-s Krutiem A Kcl
lor, declaring that I'rc.-n'Ant WINon
showed himself Incompetent ti. ileal with
the unemployment cne-ls or 1!'15, an
at.niuucement by Misa Helen V.trlck
Unwell, prnshlelit of tne NalJtni.il
WoiirmV RiimlilUan Association, outHii
lr the worlc the tins lat.cni will under
take In the canipa.sti, and extracts from
Mr. HiiRhes's messsyjs, hs Governor of
New York to ire LtKlslatuic uikIu;
child labor legislation.
SENATCes TO TAKE STUMP.
Rules for llcnibllcnn Mpellhlnders
Washington, Aug 23. Speaking tours
for many Senators and Repiesent.itlves
In the Republican campaign In doubtful
State- were announced to-day by Reprt
fccntatlw Slcmp, acting as chairman of
th speakers' burtatl of the P.enuli tcin
Congressional committee. They run from
the middle of September to the lirsl week
Sn itor li 'rah, opening tin. campaign
In New Jiraty September It, begins a
tour covering twenty-thiee States. Sen.
n'or Harding will speak In eighteen
Suite, Senator Cummins In fourteen nnd
Senators Gronna and Kenyon In eight
Statin, Senator Wailswnrth wMI cam
p.illtn two weeks In ten States. Senators
Sterling, Norrlh, Weeks and Juiicn will
spiak In six Stites. Senator Curtli will
siif.il: in four, und Scnntnr "iernnn will
maku u two wetks tour of three States.
DRY GOODS MEN FOR HUGHES.
A ssiM'littlon to ('undue! t'nmpulifn
1'rulnu Hla Mleotlun.
The Ways ami Means Committee, of
the I pti.wn Diy Goml.s As ociii'Ion met
r"crd,iy at 351 Fourth avonun ,i'id
adopted resolution favoring; thn ilci Hon
of Hughes to the Piesldcncy, This orgtn
In. Mon Is tn tuko up the work that his
l.-eii ilutie In previous campaigns by tnu
t'cn'ral Dry Good. Association,
William Schramm of Sehofer, Sc'iramin
' ,t Vorftfl was elected pre .Ident of tho
org-iiilx.itlnii, Wllllim Skinner of Wll-
I 1 1 ft in Skinner i1 Suns ho.id.t.tlin flnaiice
nunmltlii. Funds for campaign ex
penses will ho eoiiciieil,
i yours at tlio
in the Equitable Ruildin
no Broadway New Yorl
llt'iil Western Barbecue Is
Tendered Candidate in
llKNO, Tev., Auit. 23. Charles E.
Huirhea to-day came Into Nevada to
preach hla aospel of efficient govern
ment. He made three addresses, at
tended n barbecue In the wake of n
cordon of cowboys, and despite the
strongly Democratic tenor of the city
and Stnte received a moat cordial wel
Tho welcome here wasi given color by
the presence at the station and about
the corridors of th tintot nf
of women, arrayed In summer lingerie.
nnu cuinprise a larne pari or the "di
vorce colony." Social events extraor
dinary are not plentiful tn thla city, and
those who are "doing time" hero were
determined not to mlas thla event. They
attended all the speeches nnd organized
themselvelnto bunds, of suffrage gos
pel spreaders and entertalnera. Those
who did not go about aerlously trying
to aid their fellows In the fight for tho
vote presided at progressive dances In
the sun parlor of the Riverside Hotel.
Mr. Hurhes made two extended talks,
In the afternoon nnit .vanln. .mi a
short one on suffrage at a luncheon. Tn
ino sunraKisia nc repeated nil Belief
the time waa ripe for a Federal amend
ment to the constitution granting equal
sufTrage. To 8,000 gathered In front
of the court house and 3,00 In the
Majestic Theatre to-night he criticised
the Democratic Administration and de
manded a firmer and more business like
Throne; Cheers Him.
Turning his attention to tho attitude
of the Administration toward Mexico
since tho repudiation of the lluerta re
Rlmo by President Wilson, Mr. Hughes
declared that the prestige of the United
States had fullen 50 per cent, because
of the unstable policy followed. He said
that all nations and Mexico particularly
should be taught emphatically that the
eltlrens and the property of citizens of
this country must be protected.
The throng In front of the Court House
cheered the nominee's ssaertlon that he
wns Independent in thought and action,
and that If elected he would conduct a
non-parttsan, efficient government and
n"t one for-political purposes. He said
that when he waa Oovernor of New York
he found !fi per cent, of the work which
came before him was non-polltlcal In
rhiirnctir, nnd that therefore ho chose
men to do the work for their ability and
not ttuir political qualifications.
He drew more cheem when he said
tha. he criticised the Democratic party
bec-iuse he believed the criticisms Just
and that where he criticised he Intended
to remedy. His evl lent sincerity caught
the fancy of Hie audience, which was
v mposed of Indians, cowboys, miners
and a scattering of cosmopolitans, and
the. weie vigorous In their reception of
everything he said
When his address from Ihe Coutt
Hou"e steps was concluded the nomlr.ee
IjL merit of every community which its
13,000 miles of railway serve is the
New York Central Lines
"America'$ Greatest Railway System"
It helpi, with its $14,000,000 yearly taxes, to pave
your street!,, and educate your children.
Its army of employees spends $128,000,000 in wages
with you, annually and $100,000,000 more is spent
for supplies and other expenses while the divi
dends and interest are paid to thousands of stock
and bond holders citizens like yourself. It is your
friendly co-operation that makes all this possible.
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for example, can not continue to give its matchless
service to Chicago in twenty hours without just rail
road laws and your good will and co-operation.
We believe we have done the state some service; that1
the state knows it. Knows, too, that the interests of
all demand the unbiased consideration and correct
solution of our mutual problems.
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was Jed to the barbecue grounds a few
feet away nnd a cowboy carved oft a
chunk of fresh meat from a great haunch
that waa broiling over coals In a pit nnd
slammed It on hla plate. Mrs. Hughes
also received a choice cut and both the
nominee and his wife consumed nil of
Talk With an India.
Lest Mr. Hughes feel that Reno wns
not hospitable, the Governor of the Sute,
Knimet Doyle, and tho Mayor of tho city,
P. J, DjinB'.on, both DimncratH, kept
close by his side nil day. They brought
to his suite David, the chief of tho Mute.
Indians, an old nrnve, vrtio conveyed to
the candidate In Kngllsn us the I'iutes
( peak It the fact that lie wanted hint to
save tho Indian landa If lie were elected.
Mr, Hughes promised he would. David
'hereupon avowed, no matter what hap
pens, he Is a Republican from now on.
At the Majestic Theatre Mr, Hughes
deplored the attitude which the Demo
crats have assumed toward diplomatic
appointments ,and said they had dis
missed many competent men to make
way for men whose only (jualltlcitlotis
"Particularly Is this true of Latin
America," he snld. "Wo desire to culti
vate closer relations with Latin America
for obvious reasons. How Is the great
United States, the exemplar nf repub
lican Institutions, to stund bcfnro our
sister republics In this hemisphere If we
play politics ylth ehe agencies of dlplo
malic Intercourse and fall to honor train
ing antl experience? My fellow country
men, that sort of thing won't do. If
you put me In office T pledge you I shall
see to It that we are represented by men
who will commend themselvo.s to th
countries where they serve everywhere
and raise the standard or our diplo
macy." The nominee and hts party leave Reno
to-night for Oitden and Bait Lake City,
DINNEB GIVEN ?0B MISS SAGE,
Miss Van Inaen la Alan a (Joes! nt
Southampton, L. I Aug, 23. Mrs.
Henry W. Sage gae u dinner to-night
for her daughter. Miss Laurie Sage. Mrs.)
Chartca Sabln gave a dinner for Mlsf '
ir,.hi. v it u. i .
Kntherlne an Inen. Mrs. Shepherd
k. ue rorest win glvo a dinner and
vo a dinner and
for her daughter,
st. On Friday it
t the Shlnnecock
nance to-morrow night
Miss Augusta de Forest.
dance will be riven nt
Hilts Cluh by Miss Gertrude Harris.
Quentln Roosevelt and Miss Mary
Patterson are guests of Morehead Pat-
4 J ill-
Thosa whn watched ths ennth
the lawn tennis tournament from the
Meadow Cluh Included Count and Count
ess Salm. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Riddle. Mr i
und Mrs. Theodore Itootevelt Pe!l, Mr
and Mrs. William J. Clothier. Mr. und
Mrs. Rufus L. Patterson. Mrs. R. G. Wil
son, Mrs. P. F. Chambers. .Mr. and Mrs.
Eton Huntington Hooker. Mrs. R. H.
Williams, Jr., and Mrs. T. Morrii Car- '
Ship Returns t.enklns.
ne ..reeK steamer lonnnlna. which
left here yesteiday hound for Plneue.
Greece, returned to pj-rt shortly after-
, ward In a leaking condition. W ater lr,d
'been found In her after tween deck. The
The Greek steamer lonnnlna. which
cause rould not bo learned.
active worker for
For the Public Service
STIRS WILSON MEN
President's Followers Name
IMvnl to Make Hace for
IT. S. Senate.
Tammany Democrats and Wilson
Democrats, Ioiir nt odds In thin Stnto,
nrn getting ready to call one another by
tlielr tight names In tho Democratic pri
maries:. The Immediate causa of the
iiuarrel Im tho nomination for United
'stateej Senator; If pronucPusea Issued
yesterday wero accutato there will bo a
cat and dog tlmo.
The President's frlcndtt nro lncencjl
ut Charles V, Murphy's uctlon In pick
Inn William P, McCombs for Senator In
the Saratoga conference. They hold Me
Comlei waa picked solely bec.iuso the
Murphy leaders knew he had u feud with j
Wilson. iammany careii nuiiiitig tor
'McCombs. but It did wleh to flout tho
Murphy leaden take no trouble to con
tradict that view. The McComlsi iIisIk-
natlon to them represents uti opportunity ,
to settle. In a way, a lon-i outtandlng
score agafnst the Wllron Administration. '
They are for McCombs merely tn glvo
effect to their nntl-Wllnpn feeling I
lllvnl Petition In Field. i
There may be In addition n certain
amount of sympathy among the Tam
many leaders for McCombs as a man
who, having managed Wilson's cam-
pjlgu In 1912, btcamc, as they put it,
a victim oi Vinson ingraiuuije.
It became evident yesterday the Wil
son Democrats are not willing to sub
mit tamely to what they consider an af-
front to the President.
for the Senate nomination was filed on
l!,'l:d;'y h' Conway of
Plattsbttrg, the nntl-Mnrphy Democrat
In cllnton co,lnty, ,t , sjM ,
I Wilson Democrats will line up tolldly
I Wilson Democrats will line up tolldly
t behind Conway In the primary fijht.
Conway hue announced his Intention
, e make his primary contest as n sup-
I porter of the Wilson Administration and
us opponent of the star chamber
rcthcd.s of choking party candidates
i - ' " I J . .'...
employe by Charles F. Murphy an
those among tho up-State leaders wh
! a,e allied with Tammany
it will he
asserted by Conway that .McCombs
wofliilnot have been the choice of the
Sarilcga conference had that conference
not tni;n packed by Murphy and his
friends and the real tcntlmcnt of the
R would be har.1 to estimate the prob
able trct.sth of M. rvmb's cambdaey
In the up-State countttr. The fact Hi it
!. l Murphy's man will he a h'avy
KitidVap In many p'acee. prhap. In i
majoiity of the districts nrth nf Hie
Hrotix llH'e In New York i 'tv it w '1
h, ,,,,. MrC.rb. wMI recehe
. ,.x,rv primrv vote thn ormi.z nlm,
le ,rs en.T throw- lt, hi. wax " Z',,l0n
The several expeCPitcn stnons Demo,
,'.. .. .'..,., .. ..
hot factional ftptit nivl that It wa- like''
the better- SHj
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still further to dlmlnlah President Wll
eon's clumces of carrying the State,
TnmmMiy men arc saying It la tip to
Wilson to call rt hla friends, and that
If tho President does not do that and
stop the anti-Tammany agitation It will
bo all tho woiko for the Wilson vote.
What effect, If any, tho tight would
have on thd candidacy of Justice Sea
bury for Governor local Democratic poll
tlclnn could not say. Roth Conway nlid
McOmihs ato advocates of Scabury, nnd
each will try, it la believed, to obtain
the Covertiornhlp candidate' Indorse
ment. Men bury of course will sldesteb
ttnublo and declare neutrality, but he
miy find It dlfllcult to stay neutral.
Irvln S. Cobb Is to bo a Wilson well
binder. It was announced In Democratic
national headquarters ylerday. He
has offered Ills services for tho hM two
weel In October.
HUGHES, JR., SEES ROOSEVELT.
With tin inltlnn I'lsh, Jr., He tins
l.nnehpnn nt Snnnmorp Hill.
"Virrr.li Rat. Aug. 23.'harlcR V.
t Inches, Jr., son of the Republican riyi
didatc for President, was a luprhcnii
gllrst nf fnl. ttnnsi.Vf.1t ..i
Hill In-day, In company with HnrmitotiTremaliis to be done In making up Mr,
I -. I . . I ,,....1 I . I 1 I .... Lt .1.
Fish, Jr., former Progressive Asvcinhlv
man ftom Ptttnum comity. It was the
first time young Hughes and the Colonel
had met. and whlio both usserteil thnt
the visit had no political slgnlflcnnco
the political situation was discussed In
a general way,
"I have long wanted to meet Col.
Rr.osevelt." said Mr. Hughes, "and
wanted especially to express my appre
ciation or his attitude in the present
campaign. I had a very pleasant time."
Tile Colonel said tlie conversation wns
confined to general topics. He denied
with a grin that tho son of the Republl
. an standard bearer had come to Ovster
Pay for the purpose, of obtaining any
amp.ilgn pointers to send hln father.
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Will Pay You to Buy Now
allotment.. We accepted by wire.
This is why in the very height of the Automobile Season we are able
to OFFER YOU THE OPPORTUNITY of becoming the proud owner
of the most popular priced multi-cylinder sensational OLDSMOBILE
LIGHT EIGHT DE LUXE fully equipped for $1,195, and
Absolute Immediate Delivery
Many other iijakes have been raised in price, but not the Oldsmobilc In buy
ing an Old.smobile you will be sure of paying only the original retail price of $1,195
for this ideal, full sized powerful De Luxe car, which is so simple and dependable
that it CAN BE DRIVEN BY A WOMAN with ease and comfort.
With long mouth of touring weather ahead, with the bt road conditions ot
tlir jMir at band, uitli the favorable occasion of maximum value at a minimum
met, with tlm opportunity to get your car THE DAY YOU BUY, DO NOT
DELAY call at our salesrooms, or, if you prefer, a card or telephone call will
lirim: the cut to your door for inspection and demonstration.
Light Weight Insures Economy.
a value car the "Olds" 8 h par
i excellence equipped with the
1 DEJ.C'O Mlf-tnrtinc. lighting and
ipnition sys-tpm THE BEST
THERE IS it U practically foolproof. It
has lieen the Kiressful combination of the
feature. E I (5 t T CYLINDERS and
LIGHTWEIGHT that has made this won
derful ear a marked development In motor
rar manufacture and a decided advance in
poiLstruction. Primarily the car weighs less
than 'J.SDO pounds, making obvious tio
ECONOMY. Thi unusual liEhtnes, com
bined vith trcnRth, i made possible by
the estruMvc ue of the new tensible metal
ALt'.MIN'l'M, of which even the motor
piMen are made. Hy a careful refinement
and bak.'vi of chassis instead of u eight, as
fori' crlv, the
Easy Riding Easy Driving
quality has linen obtained.
With its powerful 40 h. p. motor the en-i-emhle
of the mechanism yields a FLEX
IBILITY and RESPONSIVENESS that N a
distinct SENSATION, because the applica
tion of the smooth, continuous, even flow of
irrnsibtiblr power in tcarcely felt, so easily
does it do its duty, consistently making
THE MODEL "43'
OLDSMOBILE COMPANY OF N. Y
225-227 Wt 68th Strott.
Branch 1806 Broadway (Columbus Circle)
Distributors for New York j New Jersey; Connecticut
SIMMONS AUTOMOBILE CO.
415 East 149th St.
Phone Melrose 7774.
Departs for Chicago to View
Western Situation With
Frank If, Hitchcock, now a member
of the Republican advisory committee,
left yesterday for Chicago In company
with A. T. Hert, Western manager of
the Republican campaign. Hitchcock Is
to look Into the Western situation In
conjunction with Hert. Hts leaving for
Chicago at once seemed to dispose of
the report that Hitchcock, though ap
pointed a member of the committee,
would not be active In the campaign.
it Is understood Hitchcock will pans
n week or more In Chicago, Chairman
Wltlcox was to have gone thore himself
to view the western situation, but It is
doubtful now If hs goes. Much work
Hughes's second Itinerary, upon which
he Is to start about September 20. Mr.
Wlllcox Is tn take this up at onee, as
State managers are clamoring to be al
lowed lo .close contracts for halls and ad
vertising tn collection with this second
trip of the candidate. New York Stato
will be Included In this Itinerary.
Indiana, (Jhlo and Maine wera re
ported as being on the O. K. list of Re
publlcsn States by representatives of
those States who saw Chairman Will
cox. Former Senator James A. Hemen
way In regard to Indiana said:
"The Republican party In Indiana
I rver was better organised In Its hlstehv
j than It Is this year. The Democrats, too,
' nre well organized, and tha campaign
KNOCKED AT OUR DOOR and we grasped
it when the Olds Motor Works, with increased production facil
ities in order to meet this season's unprecedented demand, offered
us an extra auota of cars above our contracted metropolitan
REMEMBER, you can get thit tried and true "Eight" the day
you buy, and now is the time to get it. You will get the right car
at the right price. You can't go wrong if you act now. When
you get that tired feeling you'll soon forget it Oldamobtling.
LIGHT EIGHT DE LUXE
By urgent demand we've secured one hun
dred additional of these ever popular 30
H. P. Four Cylinder "OLDS"the Fore
runner and in every way, save in multi
cylmders, the equal of the great light
"Eight" De Luxe, and can now be had,
while the supply lasts, by those still pre
ferring the Four.
Send fur dwriptive illuatratcd'baaklet
"lilt LI (HIT MliUT flfc' LUXL"
will V warmly conducted by both par.
ties. Indiana Is a close and umertam
8tat politically, but the Repuhlitatu
have more than an even chance to wln
this year. They are particularly (nr.
tunato In having as their State ' lUl .
man and manager Will Hays, who kno.
Indiana politics like a book."
James R. Uarlleld of Ohio reportM
that the Progressiva nnd Rapu,
had amalgamated there nnd thai t ,M
could be no question of the r,, ,
that State, Including tho electl. i 0f
Herrlck for Senator,
Ex-Oov. Cobb of Maine semieil)t.i
the State election outlook was a
there, in spite of pessimist
given Mr. Wlllcox by II. p, tu lir
JERSEY GIRIS HOSTESSES
(tire Large IMnncr nt White .
Phnr f prlii a a.
W'HITl SULPHUR SFRINdS, W. Va ,L.
23. The MIsscm Katharine and ,le,it
McLaughlin of New Brunswick, N j
gave a large dinner In the (Irtemit,,
dining room, for which the ronm w.,i
decorated with oak !eaes and w i
Among the guests were Dr. stwl .t.
John Herntfon French. Mrs. John r r'
Kohlsaat, Mr. and Mrs. John II, suvii!
field. Mr. and Mrs. .lumen II Ti
I Mrs. Arthur Cary, Col. and Mrs w m.'
lain Wheatley, Miss Hadle Poe, Mr ,.,i
Mrs. Henry Rulledge Bslst, j l. ,.
aton Minis, W. II. Fr.hdgh, Victor i'
MatAdoo, Ernst filttlngs, George I.t,
Dr. Armlstrad C. Crump nnd Mr. hi!
ward F. WhIU. The party later at
tended tha charity concert given in the
Robert Greener of Richmond rime ,lt
this morning. Mlas Roberta A Nem .,
of Norfolk Is visiting Cot, and Mrr urn
15 Mile, to the Gallon of "Gas,"
a condition motor engineers have been
striving to realize for years. The motor,
short and rigid, with minimum number of
parts, and these of light weight, delivers a
rated horse power energy that is amazing.
A Luxury Car In Every Sense.
STRIKINGLY ORIGINAL In beau
tiful design it maintains the year
to year DISTINCTIVE OLDSMO
BILE LINES which always gives
that up-to-the-minute appearanoa of TONE
A Bpemlly attractive feature is tho luxu
rious finish. It has the appearance and
embodies richness und substance. The hand
painted coach work, the sweep of the body
lines, the sumptuousnesw of the upholstery,
the natural real hickory wheels for wire
by arrangement), tho Radiator finished in
German silver, the cabinet work, dash and
steering wheel of imported Circassian walnut,
the long, flexible springs and 120-inch wheel
base all combine to make the car throughout
worthy of the long and distinguished Olds-
F. O. B.
Royal Gara( & Machine Works
1174 BEDFORD AVENUE
-fhone Buehwick 7266
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