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Acts Li WiMMR n UmfijM
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New fork. Oct. lS.-Jacob Belch.
known u "Jack" Sullivan, and ''King of
the Newsboys," created a sensation as a
witness at the trial of Police Lieut
Charles Becker to-day by defying the
district attorney and the court.
When Justice Goff reminded the witness-
that he 'was In a court of Justice
and Instructed him to answer orderly,
Reich shouted back angrily:
-rhr ! no aufch thinx as Justice here.
When I was made an accomplice to the
murder of Herman Rosenthal I was
framed up' by the district attorney. I
have been robbed of my family and if
there was such a thine as justice I
weald not now "be In JaiL
The charge against- Lieut. Becker Is
also a frame up." added the witness
iii a loud voice before he could be stop
ped. ' ,
Reich was a witness for Becker. On
direct examination' he expressed a great
friendliness for the accused and -a bluer
hatred for' the trio of gamblers whose
confessions furnished the basis of the
murder charge. When Mr. Mclntyre was
asking a question the-'witness would
snap' back his answerv'every timebe
fore, the district attorney" could make-.an
objection. "This , caused much 'delayv by
the necessity or waiting wniie wnprvi"
testimony was being stricken from the
." Acts. Mke-. Wild Man;
On cross-examination Reich was' more
like a wild man than a sane witnese who! i
War willing that the lawyers in
trutluiawn- any .reference was, made
tr-kfiKi Jh.V that he -ivw an a?fjni -
pllo-U 4J-.e crime'
The District 'Attorney' knows I had
no more to do with that" murder thin
his own little baby." .
It was plain! that. Reich relished the
Idea of being considered an Important
- witness In the Becker trial. 'When
brought in from the penitentiary he
nodded and smiled at many persons. In
answer to Questions by Mr. Mdntyre he
raid he had known Rose.- Webber. Val
lon. and Schepps for about eighteen
years, and ' had been acquainted with
Becker for. about seven years. Concern
ing the events of the night' of July .15,
he-said he' and Becker and. a : newspaper
reporter had attended a fight at Madison
Square Garden and that afterward,, they
had gone In Becker" -automobile, to the
Pennsylvania station, where jthe re
porter" who was en route to his home
In New Jersey. left them. Becker, he
said. left him at Forty-second Street
and Sixth Avenue at 1:13," going up town.
He said' he didn't see him again until
the next day 'in Mr. Hart's once.
Did Not Sep Kranse.
The witness told of going up to the
prostrate body of Herman Rosenthal.
He said he had not observed Lewis
Krause. the peoples' witness who testi
fied that Sullivan was present at the
ni-wna md SHOUT:
time of the shooting.
Immediately- after the shooting Reich
said he went to the Cadillac and tele
phoned to a newspaper, and then went
to the Garden restaurant, and from
there to Forty-second Street and Sixth
Avenue, where he saw Rose, weDDer.
Vallon. and Schepps standing in front
of a cigar store located Just
Continued on. Page Two.
LBAYES JAIL TO
Socialist Mayor Delivers Campaign
Speech Then Goes Back'
to Ce)L .
Utlca,' KT-T-. Oct- IS. Mayor George
R Lunn, .of Schenectady, after nearly
twenty-four '"hours confinement. :ln the
county Jail '.at Herkimer, waa taken to
Little Falls this afternoon 'for examina
tion: on the" charge of rioting. The charge'
waa preferred against him -yesterday" fol
lowing his arrest "ln:- Little Falls when
he" attempted to;address a crowd of strik
ing" employes of the Phoenix Mills in
The Socialist Mayor's examination was
-commenced 'at 4 o'clock; and soon after
C o'clock this evening an adjournment
of the case was taken until to-morrow.
Only two witnesses against- Lusa were
sworn to-day Sheriff. Moon, of Herkimer
County, and Chief '"of Pollca Long, 'of
Little-Tallfc TheydctaBed the-' circum
stances "of the arrest of the Mayor; and
his seven 'companions ln'-ClInton Park,
where they were endeavoring to address
.thitrikTS. In defiance of .theorders of
the poMoe, --- s r -' M ? '
Following' the adjournment ,of eourt
Mayor' Lunn' stated to, Recorder Colaas
that aeverat-weean- ngw '-sa en-
'gagement to deliver an; address to-Blght
In FbTt' Plalna- In: connection wlthhJs
omain for CoBgreas. and, he Inquired
If aonte-arnBnentcouWJ,ba- maa for
him to ,M; tkeVeogagement4 short of
putting up 'abalUJon.- The .court con
ferred wit tBOtHatrict, --Attorney, sad
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"YOU ARE OUT OF PUCE'
leVMMII'vMl WsR9ISl WH, HW
till MHMfS ItmM H Ctf-
Three thousand persons, paid admission
to Convention Hall, last night, to bear
Eugene V. ;Debs, Socialist candidate for
President, condemning the Republican.
Democratic and Progressive parties aa
being financed by the capitalistic. In
terests and expounding the' principles' of
his own party.
A straw vote on whether the District
should have suffrage. was taken before
and after the meeting by the District
of Columbia Suffrage League. Dr.
Thomas F. Wills being in charge. The
poll taken before Mr. Debs began"--his
speech was 481 to 107 in favor of the
right to vote In the District. At the
close of the candidate's address .ad
ditional ballots which were .collected
brought the count up to G3 against llfi.
The platform upon'whlch was seated
the committee was festooned with
American 'flags and In the center there
was, a red banner bearing the 'inscrip
tion In white .letters of 'Workers of .the
World'; United Red 'Was- In evidence
everywhere i the ushers" .wearing red
badges,, many-ok- the .men, sporting red
neckties and women waving red' flags.
' Ware Real Flaga. '
About .thirty ; women and girls dressed
In white 'with red' sashes carried little
red flags with jWhlehthey waved e.weU
come when.-candldate Debs entered the
half . y ' : '
The Socialist candidate had a' repre
sentative audience from . official life.'
Among the prominent officers, ;bf the
government seen' in the1 audience. wesj
aen,,.jonn u. macs, presiaent ourne. xsf.
Gen.,. John C Black, president of i the. ISP.
tt'n K, Line1, of the Interstate Coramerre
Commission and K. V. Grosrenor. as
sistant attorney general of. the United
Mr. Debs was Introduced as "the man
of, th hour" by William "H. Johnson,
president of the i International Associa
tion of Machinists.
"Never since the civile war," said Mr.
Debs, "has there been 'such a realign
ment of political parties., Tho-workers
and producers or this country nave now
a party .of their .own and .there Is no
need for them, to vote any-but. their own
ticket. To - vote for any other ' would
simply mean that they would vote
against their own Interest. You are as
sadly out of place in either the .Repub
lican. -Democratic.- or Progressive party
as Rockefeller would be out of place In
the -.Socialist, party.
,j. Snirj Worklnarmen.
"What, must be done "for you must be
done, by yourselves, and-' there la noth
ing you cannoc. oo ior- yourselves, x
was at the Chicago Republican National
Convention as a spectator and I saw
sllk-hatted grafters and boodlers look
ing well groomed and spick and span,
but I saw no worklngmen there. We
have no voice In the making of plat
forms. The only use that is made of
the worklngman is to vote for the ticket
which has been put up by the capitalistic
classes and political parties t subject .to
them. The Democratic and Progressive
parties are no . better. The Socialist
party is the only progressive party,
either of the present or. the future. It
ia financed by the workers and baa no
fraudulent Issues or false pretense."
'"Socialism ia now inevitable." ex
claimed the speaker In a loud voice.
"You may retard Its progress, but you
can no more atop' It than you can atop
the sunrise. Woodrow -Wilson promises
to restrict the trusta and give competi
tion a chance. In other words, he wants
to go back to antiquated methods. He
Intends to force the -world back to the
days of' the canal 'boat, the stage coach.
There is .no difference between 'Taft,
Roosevelt, and -Wilson, from the work
ers polnt'of view. 'Neither of them could
have secured their Domination' If they had
not been financed tby capitalistic Inter
ests, and without their support 'none of
them can be elected.
"The Progressive sporty will never .see
power. What. there Is" of a substantial
character lii the platform It la' headed
right straight for 'the Socialistic party.
The piatiorm or uie rnurtwm; imnj
Is a Jumble; It doesn't, tneaa anything.
The Progressive party wHl not got-one
Socialistic vote." .
Prosaleaa District SasTrasjs.
He expressed his surprise that Seo.000
people In the .District submitted to: "po
litical peonage.' He said the Social-
Istlo party-. wast the only one which
nramlaed in Its platform political eman-
clDatlon for the! District He called the
sodal" elect isarasite- -and declared
that "In order "to have, a' social standing
you must be absolutely' i-seless.
Mr. Debs argued equal sunrage and
placed, the women -aide' by-side with, the
and ilsntarsa. that Representative
Barger wouM.T-ave mora colleagues' In
toe' next . oagrtss m pronuam nir
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advent, of- 'BjoetasHBjn um vvwer, ana
niniwiHi-gw'wy " - T . i7,-
u. nid tM jHsataa-raos -would bo bat-
.MoaJrinataad Mve toager. and then
-would btnaisM for JaBs.or noorhoiisos.
Tho cotsiBntfeo.sn cnaraja vi .us meet-
4w waa'cossaooea-ioii-uoois TtopsHn.
ehaa-man; lloooo f Jeaktas, secretary;
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r-aw-W.ua.a, ,-ataahsai, aad 0.wJff5r,---EJ!3r5 JSi.''r
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venug ior rosRion 10 Men t ouiganin rorc.
Greek Guobotts Capture Torpedo Boat. ' .
- , . T.
London: Oct lt-Three -, important
Turkish "revqrses are reported to-night
as marking .the 'formsl opening of 'the
war of the Balkan, states against
Turkey., made a reality to-day- by the
hostile declaration', of Greece.
A Turkish warship, while" maneuvering
ror a, position .whence to,, shell We bui-
gailaJtport of Varna, was' blown up by
a Bulgarian mine; according to unofficial
dispatches :frpm reliable "sources.
.Two- Greek, gunboats, after a daring
aaani past uio ssronc iwaian inrunca-
ttoas in the uutf ,-ot. Arts, captured
Turkish torpedo, boat and two steam
launches' aimed with rapld-flra suns.
- The whole- of the':Turirish garrison, at
Berane, consisting .of. 4.10 regulars and
S.OS0 volunteers; fled ln,the night beforo
the capture of -the town oy the Monte
negriaa The "Montenegrins pursued the
fleeing garrison sad took several hundred
prisoners and three BeM" guns. The pur
suit has, been la, progress all' day to
ward Boxsl. -"
The Greeki fleet' left Athens under
sealed orders to-night forr an unknown
' Baropc Gram Beatlcaa.
Reports of other" engagements arc
reacting the London forelgn'-ofnce. and
news agencies almost hourly as hun
dreds of 'thousands of- troops are rush
ed Into action against, the fortified towns
on either side of the" Balkan borders.
Overshadowing the' actual fighting In
point of. importance are" the reports from
foreign capitals to-night of the 'growing
restlessness of .the powers and their in
creasing activities in preparation for any
contingency .that may endanger their re
spective interests In 'Europe's hotbed of
rebellion. All. reserve officers or the Aus-
inan'annyrres)aingjn ruce nava.jecn
ordered to the colors; 'All' noncoamils-
stoaed officers and privates of the First
AostrUn' Resrrve have been ordered -to
bold: themselves, ready . for field diitv-J
Two .Trench wsrshma-have' lriyaii-
chore' off the , Syrian .costSiti ndiflvt
more have been ordered held eadr ;to
proceed to. the same position." Tho "Rou
manian government has abandoned S
nttltuda of awaUlna developments .and
ordered the First. Third, and Fifth, arm
corps mobilized,. for. Immediate duty at
the -first stan of an. Important Bulgarian
victory. Russia has a fores of 100.090
men equipped for field service and' wait
ing tho word to execute the. commands
of the Czar In the Balkan conflict when
Austria becomes aggressive.
Gensatu 4a! Vive.
Germany la watching developments with
a keen eye. for she will not stand idly
by. and see her ally; Austria, crushed.
England, though suspicious of Germany,
will evince no active Interest unless It
becomes necessary for her to Join Rus
sia, her ally. In preventing the Teutonic
combination from extending Its authority
farther into the southeast Italy, though
allied with Germany and Austria, will
fight before she will suffer Albania to
pass into other hands.
The Servian' forces are doe to Uskuta,
a Turkish stronghold In Albania, follow
ing sn advance ' that began early this
morning. The Servians have met little
opposition en route, but a stubborn bat
tle1 is expected when the city Itself Is
Only meager dlspstches are available
as to the outcome of the fighting at
Lake Scutari, where the Montenegrins
have been assailing a strong Turkish
force -for three days 'with varying suc
cess. A dispatch from Constantinople
itates that the Montenegrins have been
outflanked and are being driven back
ward, "while the pursuing Turks have, re
captured Blelopolle and are menacing
Podaroritsa. Dispatches from Cettlnje
assert that the Montenegrins are 'resting
on their arms and holding the positions
they have 'won awaiting re-enforce
ments. Military experts here are Inclin
ed to accept the latter explanation as
More than 100 war correspondents and
disinterested military experts are wait
lng'to bo .allowed to 'go, to the front'
Athens. Bona, and Belgrade have ceas
ed alt business, and municipal activities.
The populace of each of tho capitals Is
spending the time In the streets eagerly
awaltlna war "news,, or ia 'the churches
praying for- the success, of their, soldiers.
.The presence .of' three- kings, at the
front has Inspired their countrymen' -with
wild enthusiasm.- King Pater of Servta
directed the activities of .his, army from
his. .headqus,rter;;at. Nish; XJns Ferdi
nand Is at the. headquarters of tho Bui
C'ntl"asiei':a ra"aV Severn. -
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CRY OF BAnLE
Dwlans H WW M litettii
FiKi Btfars Cisjaip Is
Chicago, riL, Oct" It VTU gat mto the
iiu Bganx- ociore ue, campaign-is over,
rnraot -donqtyef ""'i -
As Cut.Rooevelt.saf 'propped ap'ln a
spacious-armchair, at Marey .-HospitsJ this
evening hV Indicated hi too abova de-
dalve -wordf'niJii grfen 'determlaatlon to
ahroptty stopped' by;a-wold-be ;asws
alns1balJet . - I . a r
So, far has the;coloneI.advaliced,oa tho
road, to recovery' tbat,-heecaa deflBltoly
to icaleulate to-night. oa,tbaiUm.that
ho might '.leave the' Hospltsl. aad. Uur.
oathe prospect of agaia taking v the
stomp, i fj Z' ", V
.' Tha.fonrier. PrtsldtanC; tarkaasij cahaly,
Kt hta -iMitltlnn iitliiniTl' 17 Wl'' iu,,ii.
thate ia.aader no oatuotsaaa-ta
that may 'yatV coast. WItski''rka,.
wltkhja doetora shp-afrsatttaaiaa'sV,
Chicago nnn A saociutrala'aea;
ho confssatjn taat'Ms.staiais
As OKsasha maJbo.d
he ;as ifaHy ramrfn
IHoedl poaOSSagaa?aaMorovT:. bus
ho, saW .ho.lMOW.ig lijS;sjsa R tovaa-
- twases)lMsis - Aa3sjss
fa iSa SBiitnnnsnannaa.eaMi fiiMii
o,the wosbs. Pat-'aQ .ssjuui I rsnsMlrH
n t-.aaaar.rf-s..-,i-"a.--.k . -.
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Tws.sf the specially, tacked regtsaeat f aisjaatle saea'tauthe MaateaegTta
ssy who' are aght lag asaiaat' the Tarfca aa'the Meatenearla? 'fraatler la the
AGAINST THE TURKS.
OF BOY'S MURDER
Jury Hvltfs Ifalim Kiiftd Harry
Slit! ad TrWtrBini
Guilty .-of. first degree murder was tho
verdlct-; yesterday brought in by Uie Jury
in Criminal Court No. 1 In the case of
Tony Mlland. charged With killing Harry
Smith, twelve years old-7 The' Jury de
liberated' thiW hoifrsC 'retiring at U-M
and bringing t In, the .verdict' at 438
o'clock .yesterday afternoon At 23
o'clock; the Jury asked' tov" see .one 'of tho
photographs : showing the-room J in which
the "murder was alleged ' to have beet
committed. v .'I,' '"
Mllano. who. stood' head" 'erect" facing
Just)oo Stafford. never:fltoched when the
vsrtUetwag announced --'Hlsattorneys
aave'notlce that.thay would 'nle-sr-motloa
for" a bow trial.' 'MUano, was' remanded
toJa j .v t -"
In the clostng.hours of the trial Mllano
blocked the nlaaS of his Uwrera to clead
Idaazh'to-'aa-aavluat. ': ' . 2ss . J
,Iai hla, address, to" th .Jury i
DIstriet-Attornay Hawlrm.'assfirtsd thai
waa , theaadsriyinat moUva
of that assaatt.aad marder;- DUtrlct At
wsnnwwt.ani . '-w , -himii nsst
taac aa.aoaspapaaaayry.';Bn1lll-: la
" '. nii "'n.aisss-ssaaat.
! wesornsuad iky raVara-
wro fliim.iaat feOtrataa
: v"n"wBWi .z -, aaBOra
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J-' i ' W, 5"4:
JUMiM lstRsiriMsi lifaaist til
TBapllkVH,4HsjWktrV Pal'flBaHef'nlRsswHV IV
Biy If is Friti. ;
Iimi Uiittf FUaBt Chair
tw Umm CW . fm-h-
Newark, K. J., Oct, lH.-A'llttle matter
of law' prevented Florence Bromley,
anther of the ''Bunny letters and the
woman 'In the case from becoming the
wife 'of Allison HacFarland, within an
hoar after his acquittal .this" afternoon
of the' charge of murdering of his wife.
-Tho marriage license clerk1 had pro
ceeded half way in his preparation of the
license permitting them to wed. when
discovery was made that Miss. Bromley
had not brought along the" decree of di
vorce from her former .husband. The
law demands .the production of this
document This halted proceedings and
the remarkable couple turned discon
solately away while a mob of Ave hun
dred men and boys followed after them
derisively whistling the strains of the
wedding march from Lohengrin.
Had MacFarland succeeded In marry
ing Florence Bromley to-day, the cere
mony would have been performed on the
first' anniversary of the death .of his
flrtt wife, whose Tnurder was charged
to bis' "Infatuation for- the woman he
now .seeks' to make his bride.
Claee- to Electric Chair.
In the' Intervening period he hss been
tried and con-dcted of the murder and
sent to 'the death .house at Trenton,
where "he was able to -count the hours
that stood between him" and electrocu
tion: he has1 felt'the- unutterable Joy' of
a .reprieve and alnew .trial when- hope
had.been.abandoned: and to-day. on' the
-Erst- anniversary or 3tn. MacFarland's
death, bo heard a Jury pronounce a ver
dict ,of . "not guUly ' whlch'-lsent-Tilro
.forth A free 'man: ' -i""
Jtacrarland hssteD4t'0nce to the of
fice" of Frank' M." McDenhltt 'his 'attor
ney.- Miss' Bromley, the big-blond young
woman for love of, whom he had faced
the charge of murder, had already got!
Philadelphia on the long distance tele
phone and secured the consent of her
parents' to an Immediate marriage. She
welcomed MacFarland with a passionate
embrace and the news that, she was
ready to become his wife.
There waa no pretepse' of .delicacy
about the matter. That MacFarland had
been charged with putting his wlfa out
ot tne-way. In order-to marry 'Florence
Bromley, who hadtneptred him to the act
In a series of amaslng letters, both re
garded as sufficiently disposed of by the
verdict of the -Jury.
T. think-the verdict was a reasonable
one." MacFarland said In an interview
following his acquittal. He denounced
the public, prosecutor.
"If he "will say the things that he did
of me out of court." said the acquitted
man. "I will smash his Jaw."
I am going to marry Miss Bromley as
soon., as I can." he said. "In order to
prove that the things they said about her
were ail rages.
MacFarland said he had no plans for
the future jret Previous to his arrest
he had been In the advertising business.
Miss Bromley left her home In Phila
delphia at 10 p. m., but MacFarland re
AS SCHOOL CENTER
BriKatwtod Citizens Meet, Hear Ad
dress, aad Pass Eesolutions
' ob Various Matters.
Washington offers the most exceptional
educational opportunities of any city In
America, according to Prof. Charles E.
Monroe, dean ' of George t Washington
University.. He addressed the Brightwood
Citizens'-' -Association at their- meetlna
last night held In the. banquet- ball of
tne Biigntwood Hotel, upon "Washing
tonkas an Educational. Center."
.Students In this cltv. ha-said, ban K
advantage of the greatest library In th'd
couBiry in xne .ongreesionaiuorary:' ir
aclehtlsts. they have the advantage ot
tho great" research bureaus "of. tho gov
ernment: If hlstortana or students of
social seteoee.cthere are tho rich archives-
ot the 8tato Department and the
workings of- government before ' their
r C "C Lancaster offered- tha, resolution
that a. committee or -five' bo ansotntad
to consider and report- upon .tho Henry
report.. Ha warmly attacked. Ks
ions regaraug cnaajres la
District property. He aM that
to' adopt, the recommendatloaB- waa to
sarlhya. radical cimscaiJosVor' sjrtvate
psopsiU'. aod'spoka off.fSeb a a
penotBg. -aeatn. wanaav;- -The' resohi
Uons was adopto-i..r-i',t -- r
. Raoolutloaa. wero psan if'to endeavor tc?
get, a "poBcOr station for the'aretion, e-'
questing .thai-cortato-ltglrto that hW
boo removed be -"-'fnilnnlaj . tfra'
prajsetsa . uncoinr Meaorui'BoaIvard
fiooa'WaahtoatoB to Getty shaia." esUb
llsaltar a. coasawlte oFaveTto veAWor'
tho Tysar"af .eMs-e-alka throvsBssaM.-'
mood oa 1"TI"''"-m-"-: T maaMnir
that tho ilfhrtir. Street 0nV.iBaiaaaXatH
wavms uHiin-aww axna,.siislialg.
Homo. Jtjacoeevsboald ccatfaaa 2naz
dnsiaia sAroewst. oflaitf of t4eai.;tara-
lac to .Taaasa.aa aim other tnaU,-o the
Diotrtet, MssvVM-4.': -k,' v-
muisUsr . Issaisas J mo sjratSMJsrvafisatvnnnto. smn. wm-utK same
IIl'iT'Vi-- tlrVt llinlT-sTffTr.rJ"" ,le, tM-etaate af the
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OLIVER JETS EieiTEt
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rKfat $2,2lt,01l Wk -
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After dlcadna oerslstmtlv fur
than two weeks.- the t'lapp investigating '
committee "yesterday brought to light
the ftrstv bit of authentic .information-'
' . " M"r w wie .tmnviaaai cod- yi
tributors to the UM Rrmiblleaat "eattw 'I
The -day also developed'- a" heated ar
gument' in the committee room between
MedlU 3fcCormlck. of Chicago, and
Senator Oliver, aad it 'settled for all
thna that McCormlck Is not a member
of the Harvester Trust
McCormlck. manager or the Chicago
Roosevelt headquarters, was on tho
stand ln the- morning. He aad tho
committee, early came to heated words'
when Senator Oliver objected to a part1
of- Mr. McCormlck's statemtat going in-'
to the record. McCormlck started out!
by saying that It was Impossible for;
him to compete with Ilarsand character
assassins like Chairman Hllles, of the'
Republican National Committee: Mr.
McCormlck was decidedly wrathy overi
the .charges made by the Republican!
, - .... ,lo invvrmics;, was a"
member of the Harvester TrustMr.
McCormlck wanted HUlea" halit mJ
the committee again and confronted! ""
with the fact that Cj-rua jV McCormlck. ,
president of the. Harvester tnnrt. aadr'
the Dccrinr h-otsVeti. all are uafrtad
t Roosevelt aad 'sappoi-ansiir6ter--caB
y, Oower Has serda. ' . ''.
' KHner Dover., who" was'secntsrv ta.is4
Republican National -Committee hi 1SM.K i-l
hamhd the re5irailtteV-'wiatrv4ntfrliT'V-:v
an -exact copy.of-,the lnforraatl.oncoB'-i
talned in Cornelius X. Bliss" memofin-t
dum book of contributors to th-.fnad.E
Mr. Dover explained that Mr. Bliss let'
him have a copy made of the Information'
before the book waa destroyed by ,Mc.
BJiw few-months before his death.'
The copy was made by Mr. Dover'a"'
secretary, and either through trpographW
eal errors or because the secretary found .
It hard to decipher Mr; Bllaa" handwrit
ing, there are several' points which ara
not In themselves perfectly clear. ,but
which are explained by knowledge al
ready in'the iKKsetston of the committee.
The lisfcontatns In the neighborhood -of
500 Items, and accounts for contribu
tions aggregating C.01g.
Contributions turned in by agents' of
the committee collecting contributions,
from different sections under their Juris
diction are mixed In with contributions
from big corporations and from Indl-'
viduals. Among the most striking Items
In the list are the following:
John F. Dryden. personal and collect
tlons. J6I.fr3: George W. Perkins. perV
sonal and committee. ,: George
von L. Meyer, treasurer In TRostnn cm J
500: Joseph H. Choate. ttOOO: Henry
White. O.000; Oscar Straus. SJJOO; BeN
lamy Storer. $1,000: John Hay, B.e00
James Hyde, 13.000: Charlemagnd
Tower. S.000: Whltelaw Reid. $10.oooi
General. Horace Porter. J3,0C0; Martin
A. Knapp. SinO: Frank B. Kellogg. Q.000-.'
Robert Bacon. ao.OCO; ITnion League
Club. HO.raj; E. T. Stotesbury. treasurri!
for Philadelphia. IH0.009: S. J. .WainJ
Wright, treasurer for Pittsburg. J101 4
700; Rosell Miller. CO.000; C. A. CofflnJ "
for General Electric Comnanr. nm
American Locomotive Comnanr. n i)3
Pennsylvania Railroad. SS0.00O; Cuba
Mall . s. Co., jao.00t: C. a Mellen. 150,
an; E. H. Karrtman. JI50.000: George J.
uoura. iw,u; j. r. Morgan. n,M0
H. H. Rogers. 110,000: H. H. Roaera foi
"J. D. W." (either Rockefeller or ArehJ
bold) $100,000: Bethlehem Steel Co., $3,0M;!
R. F. HOwes. International Harvester!
Company. J.000; Clarence Mac'kev. 11S.J
000: Jacob H. Schlff. $30,000: James
Speyer. 5,000; C. and Jf. Hughltt "CS.4
000; Simon Guggenheim. $7,500; M. Gug-
gsnbetm. $700; Chsuncey X.' DepewJ
SI0S.O9S; James' SUllman, niOOO; H. CU
The list as presented by Mr. Dover,
substantiates a good deal of prevtoasl
testimony, but It clouds other parts.'
For Instance the list attributes a contrlV
nution ot XUSJ.0BO to: ex-Senator Deptw.i:
.wnue eenaior. uepew -wnen on tho stai
lastr week said .he -.contributed but .SR.C
in all to the UM campaign and that- all
of that amount went to the State een-
trai committee of; New Tork. The Us
accounts tor only ssoieo from H.
'Onsttaaed ea 'Pasrc Serri; "
Red LwkerNow Z
- , Thtnt Emporium
Haviatefalledto- attract taotmda of ' '' -1.'
UjaBatetJotUrrrsV.rmrIorsbv' erin t
them .the nectar or the "silk, stocklags''
the aroprietorg of tho. Riggs - Bi4MtnC
emporium have come .dona. Treco- fhelr
elcsatloas. aad .have , decided toVeavm.
to afUtra4a,r , VCf- i ,
.Hereafter j.-the Jover oCfji' -nip -et -Hoasrr,
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