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II THE EVENING WORLD TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1908
G O P BO R
ARU RUDr T
rlRD TO HUGH
They FIgure on Most Graceful
Way to Turn Political
Somersaults
NO ROOSEVELT AID
Even Barnes of Albany Has
Put the Soft Pedal on
His War Talk
Indloatlowr that the bowel of the R4
puWlcan machine despairing of seour
ttg the open old of President Rooai
velt In opposing the renomtnatlon nt
Qov Hughes are e tlng ready for a
i
quick revertal of form were not want
Ing around State HeadquartflM today I
The bitterest opponents of the Gov
ernor irtio have heretofore openly de
1 nounced his candidacy are falling Into
I line behind Chalrmnn Woodruff and
echoing hi declaration
The people the rank and flle will
decide who hall be the nominee of the
convention
iWllllm Barnes Jr of Albany for
Instance la not so obstreperous In his
public remarks about the candidacy of
I Gov Hughes What he says In private
li veiled from the newspaper reading
public by the stringent postal laws
jnohlbltlog the transmission of certain
printed matter through the mall For
open perusal he said today
r What Barnes Says
3ov Hughes has sold that fa Is
billing to aJblde by the Judgment of the
people as to whether he shall run again J
I t or not He Is right In that He should 1
go to the people for their decision and
the people will give It to him I only
hope that he will be willing to abide
by that decision when It becomes
known
f Mr Barnes had Just left the private
office of Chairman Woodruff He was
one of the many leaders who conferred
1 with the chairman during the day
Among the others were Francis Hen
drlcks of Onondaga custodian of the
I
Gubernatorial boom of Senator Horace
White Senator Benjamin Wilcox of
Auburn State Committeeman Charles
II Betts of Lyons former Senator
Elon R Brown and Senator Cobb ot
Watertown Congressman J Sloat Fas
I sett of Elmlra and John A Merrltt nf
1 t Niagara Fall
N Merrltt Is Worried
l Mr Merrltt U In a delicate position I
I He Is officially In charge of the Wads
worth boom but he holds a Federal
f position Collector of the Port of Niag
ara Falls and has to keep one ear In a
strained position In the direction of
1 Oyster Bay all the time Mr Merrltt
however still Insists that young Mr
UK
T Wadsworth Is extremely popular out
around where he lives
t Congressman Fas > ett who has a biom
K of his own admitted that Gov Hushes
WI 1ms many friends up around Chemung
t Tompkln Schuyler Tloga and those
Ii parts He was nskcd If he did not
IiI think that the determined opposition to
I Senator Owen Cassldy In the four coun
f ties named dlil not Indicate n corre
sponding enthusiasm for Hughes be
I cause of Peiiiitnr Casslilys desertion uf
I thf > Governor on the bill to prolilS t
1 rjcctrack bet tins
I Hardly replied Mr Fassett Many
who are opposed to Casslily are Just n
strongly opposed to Hughes It die
not logically follow that because iljpy
f do not like Cassldy they do like
Hughe
The antlHugliPs machine leader arc
worried over the projected antiHughci
I mass meeting under the aupplcpj of the
t Personal Liberty Ipaue It Is designed
to hold the mass meeting In this city
toward the end ot thc month or In
Saratoga the night before the Repub
f lican convention I
Ffar Its a Boomerang
Oa ov old politlclnin fear that sue I
a mi nirfinK uoiilj > mvc i boom
tranF eflVfttlMt It wuald arve to instantly
I
stantly u > niiraie > all the lIJglp
i church and rnOvm bnkmK into n corr1 i
pict ana Irosiitllc force Te Ite
pnMlcnn pnrtv if th s State has a I
i wus plaved Plronciv up to the moral
I and refrm eKmont
1 j I
Help Wanted
ToDay
As Advertised for in The Morning
Worlds Want Directory
TUESDAY AfO 11 IMS
Agtnt 18 lIn at
Apprntlce 2 ltnIlOl IZ
Uakrrs Janltr
lIartendeu 4 JewellN
JIJOkLlntr
Uokkepen 4 la < i
TJa 31 lanRJr I
1rkklfter I lallllIre 11
Dmhelmn lIl1nr r
I1Uch rs I uru 111
Cana 1 Ollralors 41
Carrnt 1 Paker
I8hIH In > ht raphrs i I
C 1mbermal 1 Palnlr
III
COUfoClon 1
Compoltors I lumLer
Or Cook male 1 Iollhm
Cooko temal orler
Cutlers r
I
D < Work 2 rumen 1
Jrntlto I 1
III >
hwahers
3
rllel 4 i
Drug CIHk hlflfllni k I
I Electrician I IIanl
i Ernat r nunnr
En npen ahlmn I
i Enrner Irgral > hpn frn I
t erl to > hrr I i
nhr Tallon 3
Flumpn t Trllntnpu I
FolI < r I TImlth I I
trladlea n 1 I
Ou lnn rnloh
OIrla altro 11
Jouwork i all
loh I Icellan1J I
folnl I
The World rinted toda y 851
Help Avis 481 more than all othr ji
New York papers combined
iJIlI
DM CR T M
N M LITTlT N i
f R G RNR
Former President of Brooklyn
Borough Seems to Be
the Favorite
MADE A HIT IN DENVER
Colers Failure to Down Mc
Carren Takes Him Out
of the Running
While the Republican Stale leaders
are nil up In tho air over the Hughes
renonilnatlon question tile Democrats
are sitting back ati J keeping yulet
Charles K Murphy tile nctiul State
leader has revealed to very few of his
followers his feelings nlnut the situa
tion but tidero la a general Impres
sion that Martin W Littleton of
Brooklyn has been determined upon
as the man to lead the ticket
Six months ago Murphy would hive
considered n proposition to run Borough
President Bird S Coler for Governor
on the strength of Us personal popu
larity In Brooklyn and his great run
when he came within 10000 votes of
snowing Benjamin B Odell under Xow
Coler Is out of the question He hm
queered himself with Murphy because
of his inability to deliver the goods
against McCarren
Judge Gaynor has been considered ns
a likely candidate But there are men
close to Murphy who are members of
the Catholic Club and who put him In
that exclusive organization Thejo men
nlll not hear of Gaynor
Since the National convention In Den
ver where Littleton showed himself to
be a great mixer with friends In nil
parts of the country the young Grouk
lyn politician has been holding the lead
Ing position ns an entry In the race
for the nomination Tutnmany men In I
rhe Sullivan branch of the organization
are all favorable to Littleton He fig
ures politically to draw both the Mc I
Carren and Coler support In Brooklyn
and also to capture the conservative
Democratic vote In the Stale I
It Is recalled that the one objection
William J Bryan liad to Littleton an
u VlcePresldentJal candidate was
Littletons conservitiTii This lIght to
help hm In New Virk according to the
way the bosses figure the sentiment of I
tin ptople I
Littleton Is a member of the law firm
of OBrien Boardman Plait Little I
ton and Judge Morgan J Ollrlen car
ries a lot of wolffht In Tnmmanv Hall
Littleton Is also a clo e friend ot Judse
lIon 11 Parker who w II hive pome
thlug to say about the nomination i
B G Hm
B M N ON
f N rlfIC TI N
Mack and Other Leaders Get
i i
Together with Candidate for
Campaign Conference
FA1UVIBW LINCOLN Neb Aug
1Upon the arrival of Norman B
Mack chairman of the National D mo1
cratlo Committee In Ilncoln late to
day the Executive Committee will hold
a conferenco at Fnlrvlew with Mr
Bryan nt which the campaign plans will
bo discussed
A number of members of the Notifica
tion Committee alrfidy have reached
I Lincoln for tomorrows ceremonies and
molt of them during the day rode out I
I to the Dryan home for the purpose of
paying their respects Among them
I
I were A W Forbes of Arizona and
I Charlci Edriman of San Francisco
Mr Edelman WOol Insistent that the
Democratic nominee should visit Call1
fornla and make a couple of speeches
He thought California was safely
Democratic but he told Mr Dryan that
I
If he went out there It wouU be surely
10 The Callfornlans and particularly I
I the labor union men Mj Bryan wan
I
told were greatly pleased with the
1 two plunks of the Denver platform re
lating to Asiatic Immigration and the
I regrilatlon of writs of Injunction I
I The labor union men of San Fran
i Cisco Mr Edelman added are now
I united our party Is united and we ex
i pec to plant California In the Demo
I cratls column
Mr Bryan practically reiterated lilt
determination to remain home during i
October His plans for September al
though not fully matured art such as
to prevent his going to the Pacific coast
that month Having finished a lecture
tour In the States of Ohio Illinois Kan
sas and Nebraska Thomas P Byrnes
of Erie Pn a Unitarian minister caed
on Mr Bryan and gave him the I nefit
of what Information ho had regarding
the political sentiment In those States
I found the drift towards you every
where Mr Bryan was told and o
added that the Itepubllcans would have
to stir up some tremendous force before
they could hope to win
This evening the Democratic candidate
will be a guest at a dinner given by the
local typographical union In honor of
Dennis OHulllvan a prominent business
man of Lynn Mass Although no an
nouncement has been made of the fact
It Is assumed that Mr Hryan will be
called upon to make a speech It will
bi > the llrst occasion Hunt he has had to
meet the members of the typographical
union since his election to the organiza
tion last Sumlay week
Following the dinner Mr Bryan will
hold a conference with Chairman Mack
and tho members of the Textbook Com
mittee at tile Lincoln Hotel
i Cn fAR I
I W G fR wms
BR O L N GI L I
I
Assemblymans Bride Brook
lyn Girl Me Met at Law
Class Function
Robert F Warner lawyer and As
itmblyman from the Twdityi oond
District of thU city toJay marrtaj
Miss Margaret M McTague at St Pat
ricks R C Church Tenth avenue and
Wllloughby street Brooklyn Th Rev
Father Wilson performed the ceremony
The bVldo Is a Brooklyn girl and lived
at No 2 < K Sklllman street The couple
met clght years ngo at a reception given
by Mr Wngners law claw of the Col
lege Ilf the City of N w York
Mr Wagners record In the Legisla
ture caused much farorabla comment
In Tammany Hall circles and among
the niPiisurci ho Introduced was tho one
prov1illnif for a nvecent fare to Coney
island Ho Is a member of the Tam I
many Hall Committee of the Twenty
second dlstrct of Uia upper east iMe I
Mr flwrMtnnn win the lirldMtnnM
and Jcrdimili T Mfitionoy Inw partner
I
of th bridegroom noted in liNt man I
Thero wrts n wedding breiikfimt at the
Cliiromlon llotrl allended hy Wllllnin
II ill 11 11 lit I 1111 Ttimmnny dlstrKt IJl I
er Commissioner Kilwnnl Hhechy Will
lam I1 MrLoiiRlilln Cnntmmm 1J1I11
lul Illordan Assemblyman Al Smith I
Senator Jnnifo 1rawley and members of I
their families I
The NewIyWtdY will spend their hon
eymoon at Atlantis City Their future I
homo wilt be No 1S97 Lexltifflon avenue
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EARTHQUAKE IN MOROCCO I
TANCSIKK Aug llA message ro
celved here from Casablanca siys tho i
coastline was visited by several severe I
earth shocks yesterday Thero were no
I
casualties I
n
Fat Peoples Will Power
Thli l usually jooJixcept when they j
oj v illetlnir or exerclne ns n means of i
reducing news flesh Then ten inlnutM In I
i crmiualum cr the wicked aroma ot a
broiled I Mk Is enough to make thm Irr
cet their duty The to fit reducers strenu I
ous wny of athletics dlMIng Is unneces
sary however Sat a Marnioli Prescription
Tttlet Wkcn after meiilt and at bedtime
can do more and better work without ask
Ini J18 patient to ndsi i meal or hit a llffk
Th tlLIt dews the redllclngnt tho 111
lent < loe It at the rate of a pojnd a iUr
In mall Instance
The tablets rue IneipcnsKe an effect
ive ouantltv win only 73 cents anl do not
caiuo o much as a rlnkte Jre quite
harmlMi In fact They fire inale with the
consent ot the Murinota to lirtiult Mich
ot the rime lnkiell nli ns the famous we I j
tcrlption I b ounte Manwla i ouncs Fluid
Kxtract Camam Aiwmatlo nnd Si ounces
JSirun Slmnlex and anv drunclst nlll tel
you how exwd hit Is tot vrurnucliti J
fill It teveral tlinej t day
1
MMEYER
6th Ave Cor 20ti St
We Continue
The Basement Sale
of High Grade
Summer Shoes
FOR
Men Womeft and Children
At the Lowest Prices 1
we ever offered such fine goods for
These Shoes are all bona fide reductions
from our Main Floor stock
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Red Letter Day
Ten 10 Stamps
as a compliment
to all who bring
their Stamp Books I
W dAug12
If you have watched trading stamps It is extremely easy to fill many I
that is S H Green Trading stamp books annually especially as you
Stamps you knov the prominent po can obtain stamps for your trade marks I
sition they occupy But if you have soap wrappers flour sacks labels
not paid much attention to the matter coupons c
you can have no conception of the Come Wednesday examine the
splendid advance made by this most Premiums get a list of merchants
popular of all premium plans both with who give stamps and obtain any in
regard lo the number and prominence formation you require Bear in mind
of the merchants who give S H that each time you make a purchase
Stamps and the variety and excellence and dont get S H Stamps you are 1
of the Premiums actual money out of pocket
The Sperry and Hutchinson Company
1103 A SPiitHV reililent 1nld Ip roplliil 100000000
LOCAL PREMIUM PARLORS
0 i 111 Street
> 1242 Third Annu
Ilambrns Dspt Stns 221s
W t in i Mreet Hi St and
vtiuie A White
11 s1I us truer i Co or 56th 211 Third Arnu Plains Ave
13VJ Nelson Ale
Peeltsklll
St and 3J
e SIP el Cocper Co
It nlur S14 220 Wfet 121th St Frank llros ler cgr 107th St A M Are til i South I iwton Hroad St J w Hphelle
u lall1 1 h An Xorwalk II rnon M Ahrahamer Co cx > r llsth St Morrlfon Ilrrw 4 ay Co Hturts cmk 328
onn an I 11 10 Ilulion Street
Adam J13ai an 0 Imh HI 1ST W Mafn Street
Tarrytown
CII > o Uro w yaclL
J < llu anj Uren Aeo I 0 Main JitrMt SiamforJ Conn
BROOKLYN PREMIUM PARLORS
1rol r8n Sireel Broadway OIM Jarlom Ae t r Ity
14 < > reentx > lnt Avenue Jon Street Jan8Ia
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Restaura 101 nO
100 ofthese 100 of these
Mission CJ U ll Golden Oak
Rockers cSJXTfI Av 19aT020 ° STIJUT NEW YOK I Rodtcrs
10 Minutes to llobokcn by Hudson Tunn
at 575 at 350
110 Ml lon UoekcrsUs Annual Golden Oak Rockers as f
illustrated it Illustra I
ted made ted
rmula I
= high with broail back extra August quar from selected
tered oak 4
comfortable
able arms Sale of beautiful grain
and uphol seat a e 0 poll highly shod
stered broad
ther built to last with lea Furniture arms saddle seat strong
built
IAst5 ly very com f
lifetime special575 fortablo J5U
THE HES not u day that we do not add new shipments in order to sustain the
bargain interest of this Annual August Sale to take the place of the fast
outgoing furniture
U fth nnor
Brass Bedsteads 1000 Brass Bedsteads 1975 Princess Dressers 1375
like illustration
made from se
lected quartered
I oak mahogany
Tuna mahogany
fl n < 4 J tm or birdseye ma I
7J LLt ple fitted with
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j I one long and two
I jf Ii I mall top drawers r J F
Il I I I i W
iiJr I ers full swell
I front also large
l trJ oval cheval
glass handsome design
Our special ns illustrated well constructed loYO
Notice the panel in head with 2 inch continuous posts Golden Oak Chiffoniers
inul footboard specially built for seven 1 Inch laterals with rod ends 1050
strength 2 Inch straight post on head and footboard mounted
heavy laterals strongest possible with extra heavy hnslis securely Made from genuine oak golden I
construction fitted with large joined and fitted finished with polish flnlsh fitted with 4 large
doorknob vases guaranteed best guaranteed best French mil 2 small top drawers large
French lacquer finish In all sizes lacquer 1975 oval French bevel ulate mirror
best construction
Brass Box Spring 5775
ass Bedsteads 1600
Golden Oak Dresser950
Hest npholsterinc best
They have two inch continuous ticking 775 Made from solid oak golden polish
posts heavy laterals mounted finish 3 roomy smoothrunning
with estra heavy husls securely Steel Springs made from drawers large oval French bevel
jollied and fitted guaranteed best heavy pipe tubing double woven plate mirror heat construction
French lacquer very massive In wire best construction
all sizes All Feather Pillows
275 Springs 2 500 Sprlnc 4
100Sprlnss S3 I SC30 Sprint 5 SizesOxS inches with sanitary
White
H Ite Enamel Beds ventilators covered In Uold
290 Black Hair Mattress 18 Medal ticking 95c I
Cull W Ib bestA C
Heavy pillars and hiiivy fillings I superior Soft Hair Mattress ticking full Felt M t tresses 55
brass top oar ann spindle on head 10 Ibs fancy strlped ticking Made of layer of > anitary cotton
and footboard brass vases and 51000 Black Curled Hair Mnt felt covered In finest quality fancy i
apsi IS Inches wide 290 tress full 10 Ibs best A C A tick striped ticking miaranteed to give l
special ins JliiOO I perfect satisfaction
r Anniversary Sale I
35 China Dinner Sets 1950
NEW arrivals depicting the Marie Antoinette period ot decoration We put I
the first shipment in our Anniversary Sale alter that this set will be one
of our new regular open stock patterns at B5 I
tj nUll Floor
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You can always replace any broken dish or add
other pieces A complete stock the year around
The dccnration Is a duinty pink rose border deiitrn intermixed with green leaven cnch piece lined with
coin gold The shape Is new and graceful the composition most desirable While 100 jels laitthcygoat 19 50 1
Porcelain Dinner Sets of 100 Quart Pitchers of best quality Colonial Goblets regularly
pc < several assorted pretty floral ware decorated with ftatnralon 1 doz special set of 6ODC
designs each piece treated with tulip design assorted color < C Lead Blown Tumblers needle
sold usually these sets Colonial Tumblers regular etihed In assorted prutty designs
are sold for 12 spe tn family size worth 90c dozo worth 1 dozen special C t
dal 5945 en special 6 for 25C for 29c r
Anniversary Sale
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More of Those Won rful Rug Values 1
NOT only those who have purchased these Rugs nt these sensationally low
prices during this Anniversary Sale have marvelled at the values but the
entire Hug trade are absolutely dumfounded ur round Floor
275 American Shirvan RugS exrecdinely durable i geometrical designs Tactically
two rugs In one both sides equally as good
1450 9x12 Rug 1175 850 6x9 Rug 594
117 Royal Axminster Rutfs 14 India Mooj Rugs
slightly mismatched regu f 0 r Size 9x12 regularly 2255 i sale price 1275 I
larly 27 sale price 1755 ty iOIJ
Crex Rugs 175 Standard Royal Wilton Rutfs
S30 0x12 RUK3650 4 0x9 Rugs 285 The most durable Rue made The designs in this
750 SxlO Rugs 585 j 150 3xG Hugs 75c texture represent the fine detail of the Persian Kir
30 Royal Imperial Axminster Rugs manshah Gorevan nnd Sarouk Rugs Heretofore
2475 practically every dealer In the country together with
There are 175 of these onepiece Hugs and will ourselves has sold these rugs at from 40 to S45
add the same rich tone as an Oriental Hug would apiece Our price for this Anniversary Sale
sale price 2475 9x12 2080 83x1002875 6x91050
Axminster Carpets containing from 10 to 15 yards regular price 175 remnant price QQC
Remnants CarpetbytheYard Department 37 5 Remnants of various kinds of
Carpets including Axmiiiaters beat live frame Body Brussels extra heavy quality Tapestry Carpets Wil
tons c These are the ends of rolls and will not ba duplicated we close them out at remnant prices
140 pieces of 110 Tapestry Carpet 65c 1150 Wilton Velvet Carpets at 79c
500 yards extra heavy 75 French Wilton Rugs Floor Oilcloths handiome
quality 75c Linoleum genuine 1x12 RUJJS 5250 83x100 I colors and designs perfect regu
cork and ollat 4Sc Hugs4750 ox ltugi35 larly 70c at 4Bc
r Q Our Midsummer sale Mail and telephone orders
Groceries promptly filled Call ClielseA 2100 IS Sixth Floor t
Sugar Cured Ham s noyji Royal Stuart Coffee orfa Boneless Breakfast Bacon j
blercl of llandhellng Java anil
I mou
Stunrt Bran1 mil fuiurcured tnder irenulne rjtilin Morha Lest ihnl HtrenieJ Just right with lean nj it
iwfet Icin IUIIMJ special Weilncs money can buy s vlal 13t Ibs in I J
airtlirht Jccoratetl canliter I fat sperhl for Wednenlay
or I a
dsy Jer Ib vUth grocery 13C lor Hl Icr ID 15 I c l
ItT
Irmnn I rie brluM Julc nllH Minznnllln nllvM1 llon t Heef or Itoatl Veal Wines and
old regularly nt crlop nnt > Irult opeelal fnokeil and preivirmi In our
Jemons 21C ipfdal i dozen u n dozen lOp > full sr uunrt Malon 25e fmn ler kllrhen per Ib upeclstl norn de llre 2ge to Liquors
fir rOii Ihered ZlnlanII crorrt Mounlnln
Milk UMI lulre Puffy1 11I11
mnanralfil Iurp flrape II III I n e I
cntd Oolil Ilraml spe PSc i unfermentfd the purest on Ilollr1 lIam Irrli rhlnpfil IlIrlllr l ur nnili n year t
clal 3 cam for this mail < t dor r r qt Hopf nnd CiMilinl Cnrnnl run lld Ulile vlni of
Slltfd Knrly June Vfiw bottle irct dot 25c llfff MlfKl to order per thl frcnch n id fl rmnn typel J
Iloothi famous nirklnxi al0l Pt hot tie th fnonf li > lh 30erh tiJP ralin WlUOt ca
lold rnulsrlv at t Be pe rer Jf 39c
f Ilanlntlon Temi bouirht I Iflrtro hottlo
clal CUK of 24 rani to sell for HOc per Hi all Ten 1In New 1 or t1te 111 I Ie nlcl hy
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ran rlnl Mends In anv quantity III 011 > Ial p 76 C
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up J9c Inrk nnd Urnn Hoval Sin Mirrrr Tort Mann
boutfht to
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sfil for 2Bc rr Ib to fur Snrel llnliin Hucrt JlUril rp1 wh tnmiin 1111 Mdlo riiitninlrrd S yri
her Introduce our cnttt VlrklM and Sweet JnIlnIIII speial doien HlliSt 17 ohl l Oltl rvtritlnrltr nt JAOl
will Ml tor lhl < 17
valur H iherkln > special full larse Xo 3 ran 1C tpwrUI > > e ual 1 4 a I
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0 tbi tllOfl pr J it Maffn lar i Ilme Julrc Hoses flnot lltr Vhlko Mmitlcrlla and I
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huUIUela brtKht
limp trnll imported delicious ihls
Ib S < M Imiirrnl ttimn Olil smooth
Iure riM Inur for pick juicy truce fruit va Ionn of Inp vur medium Iz rlih nnil mlloiv illon
Inr trlpla < trniih a Xn IR ot 1Irol 3 25c blouln aIISt 35c 2 rn ra of 12 90c
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