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If 4 THIS EVENING WORLD FRIDAY AUGUST 71008 j
MACK IN CHICAGO
STARTS CAMPAIGN
I WITH WHIRl
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Opens Headquarters Calls
Leaders Together and Say
Party Is Out to Win
A DEMOCRATIC YtAR
li Republican States Are Now
1 Debatable Ground and Will i
i Be Swung into Line
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CHICAGO Aug 7The hiftdqusrurs
ot tHe Democratic National Commute
were formally opened touay on the ar
rival hero from the Bast of Norman E
I Mack the National Chairman who an
nounced that from now until tlecttoi
day the Democratic campaign would b >
waged actively throughout the country
Upon reaching tho new oflices In thi
Auditorium Annex Chalnuin Mick Is
sued a call to the heads of ihe var i
110uo subicomBilUois uf the National
I Committee to meet him here Mondaj
I to onter on general plans of campaign
I whlsh had been outllnprt
During the day Mr Mack had con
fwfncus with Hoger C Sullivan na
tlonal conimltteeman from Jlllnob and I
Democrats Influential In party councils
j Mr Mack said I
t 1 While the campaign Is younc It has i
p mada a degree of progress that Is ex
tremely gratifying Jo the Democratic
I management States In all parts ot the
country heretofore rcarJcJ aj Rapub
ly Ioan strongholds are now debatable
proiind and will be swung Into the I
i Democratic column I found condition1
j lnthe East tfjat presage Democratic
wctorle I
> rhe selection of Senator Culberson
I of Texas as chairman of the Advisory I
cI Committee to succeed former Coy
Francis of Missouri meets with the
l entire approval oftha former Missouri
Governor who himself will do all In his I
f power to aid In the campaign Mr
Francis Is still a member of the com
i mittee but was unable to nerve as
i chairman because he expected to be I
abroad much of the time during
ii the I
campaign I
Chairman Macks first official net was
I to get Into communication with officials
of railroadj entering Lincoln Neb In
nn endeavor to secure a reduced rate
for the Bryan notification on Aug 12
Mr Mnolc d earsiJ tht Irftsnrucn as
I
th railroads of trw Central Passenger
A s i < ortatlonlnii3 craHtVl a reduction Inl
rae ror tho nottftcatlon of Mr Taft
like consideration should be shown by i
roads of the Western Pasiangor Asso
ciation All possible pressure Is being
brought to bear on tne general pas
senger iirents concerned 1
TAinviETV LINCOLN Xeb Aur i
7 V J Bryan and National Demo
erotic Chairman Norman E Mack were
In conference today over the lonj ils
tanc telephone Mr Mack arrived In
Chicago this morning and soon after
fi wa In communication with Falrvl w
I Ihiio tie auujects discussed were not
disclosed bj Mr Bryan It Is under
I li stood that the conversation had to do
nnlong other thins with the failure
otlhe W astern Tariff
Assoclatlop to
make special rates to Lincoln for the
notifiClttlon AUg 1
I
I PLAYEDLA PAIl OM A
AND TICKLED BRYAN I
1 FAIRVIRW LINCOLN Neb Aug
i 7An Incident a little out of the ordi
nary occurred at Talrvlew shortly after
noon A full brass band from St
Joseph Mo appeared at the Bryan
I home and serenaded the nomlnm Mr
Bryan at the time was In conference
with former Senator R F PettlRrow
of South Dakota but their conversation
was suspended in order that they might
hear the music Both men > ame out on
I the tront steps bareheaded and Hbernm
apnlauded each selection
At the speuil request of Mr Bryan
J tht1D1nd played Li Paloma his
favorite olee By way of appreciation
of their visit Mr Bryan rre > ented the
members of the band with a box of
fine cigars
BRYAN WORKING
1 ON TARIlflf SPEECH
FAJRVIRW LINCOLN Neb Aiig 7
V J Bran Is availing himself of the
cool wee her utllzln every spare mo
rnent of his time in preparing several
speeches which he will make thti
month The tariff epoech which Is to
be del eNd at Des iloines IS expectexl
tobu sn exhaustive treatment of the
wtbjoct and will be one of the most Im
portant of Mr Bryans utterances Jur
leg the campaign
Help Wanted
ToDay
As Adverti d for in The Morning
Worlds Wint Directory
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The World printed 608 Help Ad
today 253 more than all other New
York ppar combined
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Why Does Taft Laugh at Wright
Is the Answer West Point Cadets
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The larger of the two gentlemen as all readers will
doubtless know Is Candidate Taft The other Is his suc
I cessor as Secretary of War Gen Luke Wright
I The plcturo was taken before Gon Wright was ad
I mitted to the Ananias Club by President Roosevelt I
Prom the expression on Candidate Tafts faco and the
way he Is pointing his finger at Gen Wright It may be
Inferred that Candidate Taft knew something was corn
ing to the new Secretary of War
It came
The case ol the eight West Point cadets which Is
to be gone over at a conference he tween Secretary
Wright and tho President at Oyster nay today showed
that it Is no joke to have charge of the War Depart
ment Imagine Candidate Taft pointing his finger at
Secretary Wright at this time and laughing uproai
louslyWhat
What would Candidate Taft be saying to Secretary
Wright
And would Secretary Wilht be so joyful us he ap
j pears to be In the picture
POLITICS AT A GLANCE
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W X Mitchell of the Baltimore and I
Ohio Railroad at Atlanta after an In
terview with Judge Taft at Hot Springs
yesterday says that the Republican
nominee will make large gains In the
South but he would not venture the
prophecy that Mr Taft will carry a
single Southern State
Mayor Brown of Lincoln Neb has
Ksued a proclamation for Bran notl1
fication day lie calls upon he people to
decorate their homes and places of busi
ness on Aug 12 Irrespective of political I
faith Make AUR 12 a day of hstory
and show the host of ftranger that
hill be with us on tlmtytlaj the hosji i
tallt wjthiTJifth nifl5 B Bredlted JprrJ
which the occasion merit says Mayor
Brow I
Former Senator James Smith of Xew I I
Jersey la being urged at Buffalo for
the chairmanship of the National Sub
Committee which will control the Oem
erratic campaign In the Eastern Stated
Chairman Mack has made no decision
but he La said to favor Smith
Before his departure from Buffalo last
nlpkt Chairman Norman E Mack an
nounced the appointment of a finance I
committee for the Democratic cam
paign With Motes C Wetmore of St
Louis as chairman and John E Os
borne of Wyoming OH n
an a speakers committee with John
II Atwood of Kansas as chairman
and Champ Clark of Mts ourl as vice
chairman Senator Culberaon of Texas
had been appointed to succeed David
H Francis of Missouri who Is abroad
as chairman of the Advisory Commit
I tee
Congressmin Sherman Is to be nott
I tlel at Utica on Au IS and the day
I will locally be known as Sherman
lay Five thousand dollars have hen
1 pledged by ttlcans to defray expenses
The programme wl1l Include an auto
I mobile parade Athletic sports an elec
triial display and singing contests and
musical cJntest Amone those mo
will deliver addresses are Secretary
Root Fenitor Birrow Oongrestnui
Sherman Mayor Wheeler and Iresldent
Srvke of Hamilton College
Tnentvflve HepjVIn < In the town
of West WlnfleM nCr Lttle Fills X
Y have organrfd a Brvai and ICern
Club Iarmer ard mechanics com
i pose tho meiibershlp The Hard
I Tirms RepuMcan Club Is the name of
I the organUation The members have
rten om of work for months West
I Wlnlleld hat a1Wiy gone HpllbllcalT
I D tnlel T GOIol iJlt tn Dhu
I
Patching the Fences of I
i Local Political Fields
I
There ra several announced candl
rtttes for the Comrrcijlonal nomnatlon
In the Third District Brooklyn m fu
reed the late Charles T Dunn ell It it
a sTonc Republican dlfrict and noiil
i
iitlon rartlcalh means election
Charles Tt White for fojrtetn yeor
i Dylitl al writer in tho staff of n New
1 York nevvsnaixM has been out forward
t fr the nomnatlon bv personal friends
nltleil organization anil prominent
I llfpiihlicaru of the dlstrlet MrWiltu
olii ncroscaDcrs on the street after
C meiere education and rose to tho
Inhie lie holds In the tonrn3ll tlc field
jfter a rard strmcle He lIves it No
IlA Hilsov ereet In the Seventeenth
I Assembly District of Kim
I > lr f hI elnoa H career
ir uSC held the eonfilenoe of TIJP1dol
II Ihoet exOov Odcll Timothy I
IIlrurr and other Republicans of
pron ln > nce Hn has lived n tie Third
Cwcresslonal Dlstr ft fourteen years
noitr iMJ other cunddtn fi r
nomine i i are exCtir llian Adim
Lpell rS nator henry Mariitl and
President Kendo of the Stuvvesant
Hetchts Renubcan Club
GIVES VACATION TO WORK
FOR THE FOLEY PICNIC
Peer lluzei neslilent of i e own
MI Tomln1 i1ih wile i < aloo th
k f th M cird Dstriet Municipal
uurt li teiUm ills vacation at X
Hi Centre Street This address li the
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State Superintendent of Insurance said
iOIav that If Lloyd of London have
been writing Insurance against Brjans
election Ire is not ntllclally aware of It
He has Investigated the reports and
soys The whole matter has been
stretched a great deal br persons who
are trying to get a little notoilety
Secretary Cortelyou Is not a candi
date for Governor He authorizes a
statement through a spokesman to the
effect that he will not permit the use of
hl name In respect to tbe satrrnatorlal
situation and that he knows of no
circumstances by which he could be In
duet to change his mind
I ClOt
f Chairman Connerw has called n meet
ing of the Democratic State Committee
for Aug u at the Victoria Hotel The
nlntjnent of a subcommittee to take
charge of the State campaign Is belns
considered
Mr Conners has asked all county
chairmen to meet him In New York on
Alilt 14 to report on conditions He
said last night We are going to carry
Erie County and New York State All
the letters and Information I Rt In
dicate that but we are going to make
doubly sitreThy conducting a thorough
cumpilgn
I am plannlnB to hale Mr nryiii
deliver at Toast one speech in every Im
portant city In the State He ought to
sp nd a week here We should have
lone find porhap two speeches irom him
in Buffalo one In Iochester one in
Utica floe In Syracuse and one In Al
hany When the people hear him they
will be for him
I
I Drawn by four heroes attached to a
buckboard Judge Taft it drivIng oer
I
thc Due ndse MountUUa to White
Sulphur Siring today to attend the
Greenbner Count horse Show The
distance Is forty miles nd a relov of
horses has been provided Mrs Taft
nccomiianirf Judge Taft on the trip
He alit remain at White Sulphur
Sprints until Mondij when he will re
turn to Hot Springsby train
Gbv Huifhes will Journey from Sarn
I nac Lake to Topper Lake Aug 15 to
make a apfech The people of the set
tlenpnt are to have a bill picnic and
celebration that dar md the Governor
has agreed to make an address
United State0 Senator Norris Brown
declared at Inroln today that the He
> iiblans will sweep Bryans own State
1 have Just made a careful canvass
a < 1 here n n < > CrOW for Bryan TAft
ivlll carry Nebraska by a tremendous
t added Soliator Brown
Inislnesa headouai > r of Sheriff Tom
Toll
t am bus urterrl for the Foley
rlmlr on S ° Pt t ill Huirh and
f dont think f coI1 make myself hUD
ntr In any other war
GOOD GROUND IS SUMMER
CAPITAL OF THE WIGWAM
lirofl nroiiid I I i v piar sum I
mer resort for Tnmmany Hall braves
rharlis P Mum1 ia l cottace near
he Innir Island twn and amenz his
f Bliliors are lr fnmmlsslorer Nlch
ulis Haves Jiilzp Vnuhooc lana
Judee John Hoier and Assernbhman
AI Smith
A ijns pie ure man on Chat am
Sfliinic ulfors a bonuf to any oersni
who can set tood views of AI Snlt i
olu inS coif wth the biz cuns
DOOLING AND FOLEY IN
CLASH OF PICNIC DATES
County Clerk Peter J Booting an
riiiunc < hS Dlcnlo 1 o he held on Frldut
nlcht Sen 4 thouith Sheriff KoV
altmr Is jet for the same date
The Doollne folluwcrs will anther at
Mantattin Casino one Hundred mrl
lfflfth strett and Klrtith avenue
I Evethuix will 10 tree AtferrMrmn
JI1I It r kit who I n a ciind date fn
natr to Silltof1 Tp MiMamis i
n riiurzi of amnzenm
I On the wait Mo lure IS aSioom for
Doollni for MaYor It li purely local
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hOPer and at the Fourteenth street
lgwam thy no not discuss u Hiun
J Grant was the last west side 111111 I
to occupy the Majors ohair
WALDO HOPES TO HEAD I
THE POLICE FORCE YET
I Rhlnelander Waldo who served as a
I regular arm officer In the Phlllppino
I Islands longs to wear the gold braid
kind brae b itons
He wts roctntlv elcled a lieutenant
In the Sixtyninth Kcvrimenl and It Is
general understood that his promotion
I to lIeutennrt colonel Is nol far off
i Wallo Ins a fin millions of d > Mao I
Minder his Ollt rot and he has prove 1 I
n iief 1 good mixer i
I aldo hap an eve on Gen Blncrhams
I i job under the next city administration I
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WRIGHTS 10000 TO BE
HIS GUESTS ON SEPT 2
I
i William J MHctht Tammany leader I
I In the Thlrtvf1r IK one of the mart
popjlar men In Harlem His Cnvuza
Club sucreeled In putting Isiac Hopper i
on the retired list a few years ago and
i the Mrlirht forces are now In full con
trol of Democratic politics In the dis
I riot
On the nle1I of I
> Sept Z LoaIer Wright
will holf1 his nnnm plrnl tt the Man I
ftattan Ca lio and erMs a crowd of
ter thnll1T1 MHor Charley Crowley
wll hel a < lolej rilnn fron the eist
eli r tr1m
I and Sheriff Foley lij Tim Sul
Ian nn Hitter Dan Fnn will
rppPJ from the donntonn seition I
PURE FOOD NOTE FROM
THE FEATHERSONS OUTING
Maurlie r rr lin 111 tomato om 1
Idle on ths bill of fare at hs outing on l
Tussdiv Peihar this ketn JJnlel I
tohnlin nwav from th bbnou I
Dunne the Hte iirlmarv election Mr I
I Cohalaij made it rio ir that he dM not
lear for fri I HI 01 r pine i in
toes The Cprok braves once served
Ros Mirnh > snokesman with both In
loose form
IDAHO DEMOCRATS NAME
RIVAL STATE TICKETS
UALIACE Idaho AUJ 7Except
Im the Dutnls jonvontlon declared I
for local option and pnnounced
trniiuh agalnut polygamy unlawful
cohibltatlon and cliurci Interference In
politico the platforms of both faction
of the I > > mo3ratlc party which split
I and hld F parate conventions last
1 nljht are much alike
The antiiDuiois liclon nomlnatol
Uio oiiowliiK tlikel Senator C 0
toi kelager Congressman J L Sew
ell Onernor M A At sander LIU
tenantffOtrnor C A Kj > d Secretary
of State W V Sncll torn Gen
eral Frank Moore Stats Auditor J A
Hrailbiiry Sur rlntenlont of Publl °
I InJtruetlin Miss Gertrude Noble
I Tr asuror DavId I Ian
The Duhnlf nominations apr Con
gressman Frank harris Washington
oornor Y 3 Whltnell L ° mhl
lliutenm t fivoinor William Huntnr
Iatah ricoieiii > of State Je s fe Val
llnr Canyn Mite Auditor Frank J
McUrdi it > liner State Treasurer
William W Briwn Idaho CoUnt At
tornpyOfncrjl Edwin Mcltee Koo
tenal Hate 5 SupTlnterrl t o I1 ihllr
Instruction Miss Edna Gillespie lung
I ham
HISGEN SUITS THE
HEARST MEN IN 12TH
4
The Hligen and Graves ratification
meeting held In Cosmopolitan Hall In
the Twelfth Assembly District last
night found the speakers caustic and
In fine voice Chairman Oehrlng of
t lO County Central Committee of tne
Independence 1 irtv mule a hit wlh
this opHiln4 This meeting differ
from those hi Id by the two old parl s
In that no baiiel of beer graces one
fOnd of the room to attract a crowd
no Tammanj whip Is crack it tio
other end Jini M Is no IttpuMi an
job waiting oifliie In the gutter
It was a hn night but the r owil
lIdnt seem to mind the temperature
iilfoutfh man WIP cnnipilled
onn their i lt e olutlons nilorslnjr
Hi nomlnititi uf Hu en and Graves
were adopted etiihusiastlcally
UPSTATE DEMOCRATS BOOM
1 PALMER FOR GOVERNOR
i
AMSTERDAM X Y AUR 7At II
dollar dinner given In this rlty last
night by lontcnnery County bemo
erats a boom was launched for the nom
i InKtlan of George M Palmer of Scho
I harts County minority Ivadtr In the
Aisembly for Oovirnor
hi i < IA > JAL i
Le w ij VliltM
OlD STill HUNT
PLAN TOKEEP
BRYANPOSTED
National Club Proposed With
I Branches in Every State
i County and District
IIzCO Neb keg 7Mr Bryan
ravors the establishment of a great Na
I i tional Democratic Club with heidquur
ten centrally located Senator Taylor
of Tennessee conceived tin plan and
preifnteil It at Falrvlew It may now
I
I be carried out t < through the Democratic
Nationnf Committee In each State a
I
State club Is to be organised reiponsl
I tile to the central club In each city
county and ward similar club are to be
formed
I Each of the local clubs Is to keep
polling Its own community throughout
ho campaign The bad news It to bo
reported even more faithfully than the
good In this way the national club
nlll have throughout the entire cam
I paign a reasonably correct knowledge
of the weak spots And the strong
I
places in the Democratic fight and can
at any time advise the National Com
I mittee of thc places where work should
be done
Taylor Claims Indiana
Mr Taylor who has been In Missouri
Indiana and Kansas said I was sur
prised at the number of Republicans In
I Kansas who came to me and told me
that they were going to vote for
Bryan 1 think we shall carry Indiana
From Aug 12 to Aug 24 there will be
a threeday oonterenre of the national
loaders at Chicago at which the plans
for the campaign Mill hE arranged Mi
titian will be there vruh tho nation
committee and the various Sutb chair I
men The campaign Is to open about I
the Out of September and this confer I
ence will define Its lines
The pressure on Mr Bryan for
speeches U vary strong In view of h
Ilt to Chicago Mr Bryan has made
another change m his speaking dates
and will stop off at Des Moires to de
theE a speech on the tariff on Aug Iii
ho
to Chicago Originally
on his way
had Intended to let the tariff wait un
addreM
til he went Into Wisconsin to
the farmers at Madison
The Candidates Itinerary
Ills present lI al nIB ulAn 10 tl hl
tariff AUi
soue11 on tile
Des MOw5
4 cdirlcT him through the turuc da >
21 cnirIes I
rVmfriwc at Chicago takes him to
Ion
notlticatlon at Indianapolis
Ir Kerns oj where hI will discuss the
or Aug
Question brings hm on to Topeka
trust on Aug T to discuss guaranteed bank
dflVoAlw and takes him from there to
iiii MI n < r3oa an Vair on Aug 31
the subject for which speech has not vat I
been determined Then comes the Labor i
Uay perch at Chicago and the speech I
at Peoria on Sept 9 Every speech ac 1
t rdlng to Mr Urvan s Intention at
pnsLnt will be taken up with a differ
uu Ksue but all will ram home the
main issue of the campaign which In
Mr Hn ans opinion is simply this
rull the peoplo rule 7
r Bryan was asked today If he had
noticed that many of the Republican
candidates for cube In Nebraska are
coming out for the guarantee of le
posIts The guarantee plan Is so strong
her that Attorneyliberal Homiparte
decision against it has scared thf He
publicans stiff There Is no plaiilc In
either party platform so tremendously
uvular as that one and this nppllea
iiox only to Nebraska but to all the
Western States TIe RepJbllcins outvie
the Democrats In their enthualaim for
the icjunu1 The demonstration li
Oklahoma has vastly Is > rea ej It
Horn excitement has been nused hr
bv the refusal of the ra Voads to give
to Iinfiln the excursion rate that was
glean to Cincinnati whti Mr Taft was
notified
Hearst Ticket Not Important
Says Tammany Leader Wright
I
Tells Why He Is Convinced
i That Independence Leaguers
Will Now Turn to Bryan I
IIY WIllIAM J WRIGHT I
Riccittlrp Member Tnmmanr Hall
TlilrtynrM cmlily IlUtrlrt
Although the Thirtyrim Assembly
District of Manhattan gave Tricolor
Roosevelt a plurality of about 3700 In
the Presidential election of 1901 I ven
ture to predict that Mr Taft will not
I
I receive one fourth of this plurality and
perhaps he will not receive ai many
votes am Mr Bryan
The Hearst ticket is not held ai Im
portant by the members of the Tim
many Hall committee of the dUtrlet
It would surprise m If Mr HIn
polled 760 votea In the Thirtyfirst
In Harlem ft great many of the so
called middle class reside Among law
yers business men physician bank
clerks bookkeepers and men who earn
from t0 to 1W a week I find a sen
timent favorable to the nominee from
Nebraska They would like a chang i
Krom the Roosevelt regime
What the muss of unemplo desire
la a change for the better The Hearst
promlser the dlasatlsfleJ are aware
have no chance of election and In order
to get Immediate relief from the
i
IT IN 1M1LE
DRIVE TO SHOW
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Three Relays of Ho es for
Candidate and His Party
in Ride Over Mountains
HOT SIT1XOS Vn Aug 7WiUlam
H Taft accompanied b > Mr Taft
den Clarence It Edwards and W Cam
VlceQovernor of the Phil
ron Torbe
forty
left here today for n
ippinec
the mountains HP at
mile drive over
Oroenhrler Countv horseShow
tppd the
W a
Show st White Sulphur Spring
Tne tro < cni madw In a fcrnrhcwc
rig with tirce relays of horses White
Sulphur Splmrs being reached at 3
ooocV tis ifternoon the pirty drove
dlrecll to 1ie show ground and later
to the QrenbrUr Hotel wtiere thc
lffhPr will remain until Monday re
turning Tue ilay by train
Although Mr Tnt will hf one of the
attr < tlnn at the hoi tomorrow It
has been agr1 that no call will b e
made on him for a ipech
T J ODrlen United State Ambi < <
dor to Jaaan and Mi and Mrs PCS
Whaler a 10 mad the drive
e
tJOY STATESMEN ET
ADVICE FROM BRYAN
WARSUV had Aur 7ln a letter
addresel to a tlifttusml res ulonls of
the Winona IiVc Stiy City and re
oeH otl hv them toln from Uncoln
NP V J Hrvap frnrl trri > flBifB to
the member of the juvenile munlrl
pall > He comtllTent the youngsters
fr the manner nj Are lianJIliu wIi
tics which ho sajs speaking general
ly are In neal of parllVatinn
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paid in the shoe industry and
whose workmanship cannot
be excelled
The selection of the leath
ers and other materials for
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1349 Broadway cor 36th St 1367 BYOaGateIAV
I 14471419 Broadway 421 Fulton Street cor Pearl
I 2202 ihird Ave cor 120th 478 Fifth Avenue
984 Third Avenear 59th
I near JERSEY CITY18 Newark
2779 ThIrd Avenue
I 250 West 125th Street 1MAyCnT
345 Eighth Avenue NEWARK785 Broad St
95 Nassau Street PATERSON192 Market St
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itralntd conditions they are turning to
Mr Bryan I look for a surprisingly
big vote for the Democratic nominee
WHITE CAPS TAR AND
FEATHER INDIANA FARMER
Then Leave a Note for Miss Smith
Inviting Her Begone with
I Tribbe
RIJUU Ind Any 7I3eaten
I almost to nsenslbllltv bv White Cal
and covered with tar and feathers
I John TrlWjiv a welltodo farmer WAS
bound to u tree Trlbbe said he had
Lien taken from his home bl eighteen
i uak1 men Shnrth after the tlmllnu
of Trbbel It was learned that the I
White Laps haJ Hted ihe neirb
Imif of Miss Hessc Smith with whom
TrlLbe is alleged to hae been on too
friendly relations und left note warn I
itlic her to lene tin country under
enrlt of diit Tribbev Saul lie also
i1ttl teen ordered to liae within
thirty da8 cnKcon are workmz on
I the due that sore of the mol Droml
niiil firmer n the township are Im
Inllcated
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Of THE MAYOR
WONT Bf bOOO
Backed With Bronx Park Pat
ronage He Defies Murphy
by Leadership Fight
Joseph I Ilerrv Park Commissioner
and oolltlcMl friend of John H OBrien
I will trv aenln this year to wrest the
DemocratIc leddershlo of the UDDtr
IronIC from Aid IrmBn WlllUm E Mor
irl It promUe to te a close contejt
Morris It thc recoKiiUod Tarrsmanv
Hall choice and will have ea he dldj
i last tear the good wlslies and support
i of Bjrouirh rssldent Haffen and Bk
Chief Muruhy I
Bem a is much oalronnse as boss of
tlii Bronx Pick system and has bjtn
worklnz hard Kettlng hU fences In
shape ft
Tammany leaders assert hat Berry
candljaiv Indicates that the Mayor Is
not jet In line nlth the organizatIon
and jav that the Mavur should call
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Berry off
Major McClelan denied emphatically
oflirilav that he uu still at outs with
Murphv He arnncd to be much anj
novel liv Berrys candidacy
I I Humtose If I rubbed held of htmj
and pulled him out he said thaV
would be construed as Interfering lust
as much as It I wore backlnr his can
I didacy I do not think there are to ho1
any primary tights of consequence this
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fall
SOCIALIST CANDIDATE
TRIES TO SHOOT OFFICIAL I
mOO tIGTO III AUK TJoieph i
lanII Socialist candidate for Con
grese made an unsucn < ful ftttfmpt tor I
shoot Iroeititlni Attorney Wlllam
Bach today lindl was arrested
The affair wa the outgrowth of a bitter
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rtwtpjtper controvert
GOING TO ALLISONS FUNERAL
DES MOINES la tug iA special t
car will convo Coy Cummin and the
other State olftrer and a number of
prominent DJ Moines men to Dubuque
tonlght to attend the funeral of Sen
ator Allison tomorrow afternoon Tot
pfd31 train Mirylnir the Congressional
delegation to the funeral I due at Du
h > < iiv at 1 1 M tomorrow
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Store Closes at 5 P M Saturdays at Noon
Saturday SignBoard
Wanamaker News
Tho host half of the day to view an asaemblaije of
FURNITURE unusual in variet and excellence with EVERY
PLTX E HEDrCEO in price Btisintis men will be interested
to know that ALL OUR OFFICE FlRNITURE excepting
ft few trademnrk lines is also reduced
The allied August Occasions in CARPETS and RUGS
UPHOLSTERY and CHINA and GLASS will be intently I
interesting to houspkcppers as well as britloatobe You
know you can take oJvanta of those apendid economies
OvV and wo will deliver tho goods later on if you are not
ready for them finmed lately
Jf a BICYCLE w11 add to the delights of your vacation I
remember that we are now offering superb wheels made by the
Pope Manufacturing Co fully guaranteedfor 81650
Itegulorly 25 to S 40
Main floor New Budding
All of our MENS OUTING SUITS are now 1250
Handsome practical Cool and comfortable
Main floor Ken nulldlnJ
Several different groups Of WOMENS 5 SILK and
NET WAISTS now at 375
Fmitth flWi Old Building
A special lot of WOMENS BATHING SUITS made of
black or blue surf cloth blouse finished embroidered
anchor and pip9d with brad short puff sleeves skirt made
with plait at 8226 worth a Many other styles of bril
liantine and mohair 375 to 15 of taffeta 1275 to 21
Third floor OU BulMIn
We have ready tomorrow morning five hundred downs
of Mens Handkerchiefs at iSo each They are alUIInen
seconds 01 25c to 50c grade
Main IJII
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Four hundred titles NOVELS in regular 108 edition
from which to select vacation reading at 46c a volume
Jkiok Stort Tenth itrrtt Old Building
The purest and most deliciom CANDIES made in our
own wholesome factory alwaya FRESH and perfect Notablj
the 25c Saturday Specials
numnt ou folding
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JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A T Stewart Co V
Boadway Fourth Avenue Eighth to Tenth Street l
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after any article of value that may
be missing HOW BY USING
21 World Lost Pound Rd f
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