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CROPSEY PUT ON
WBA1 IIKR Fnlr lo-olalu anil Krlrtari warmer.
SEE PAGE 2
PRICE ONE CENT.
PREPARE TO RACE AGAIN
ON THE BIGGEST TRACKS
WITH THE LAW MODIFIED
Workmen Busy at Belmont (
Park, Empire City Track
EACH MAY GET MONTH.
Season Filled With These
Meets Only Is Expectation
of the Prophets.
Acting, on mysterious hut appar
ently reliable Information, raclnc
men arc preparing for a revival of
the sport this Reason. Owners,
trainers and others Interested In
rarlni; prophesy that there will he
meet Inns at Belmont Park, the Em
Dire City track and Saratoga.
A big crowd of workmen Is mak
ing extensive alterations and re
pairs at Relmont Park. The grass
Is being rut. (lowers are bclnn plant
ed In the lawns, thi grand stand
Is being overhauled, the fences re
moved for last fall's aviation meet
are being roplacert, and a genernl
air of activity prevails at the bis
raring plant. Most significant of
all the tinkering, remodelling and
repalrlim at this track Is that 1"
which the stables are being sub
Renovating Empire Also.
The Empire Track is also under pm
. nf renovation, Ho far as can be ob
served nothing Is doing at tht Sheep-
end Bay and Oravsoond'traolts, Posel-
My tbis Is the reason for tha report thin
h revival of racing under some new In
terpretation of tbe law is to be confined
to lite Uelmont I 'ark, Empire and tiara
There appears to be little doubt In
anybody's mind Hint a long meeting will
ne held at Saratoga--probably a month.
With a month at Helmont l'ark and a
month nt the Umpire track, the season
would be prott well tilled out for a re
So fir as Albany Is concerned BO
news of a definite nature is on hand re
garding Mia proposition to amend tha
law to as to remove paraonal liability
for Infractions of tlie antl-racin : bills
from directors of race tra.-ks. Nothing
bvit rumori are current on that aapoot
of legislation. Nevertheless, prepara
tlons are under way and word liajj been
ectit to Louisville and other racing cen
tres that there will be somerjhlng doing
In New York State this summer and
Other Tricks Lie Uutouched.
It Is worthy of remark that the seem
ingly active workers In renovating and
patching up are confining their labors
to the three track.s mentioned above.
These tracks are in Queens, Westchester
and Saratoga Counties. No activities
are apparent within the area of Juris
diction of Assistant District-Attorney
rtobert W, Blder of Klnti County,
Members of Ihe Jockey '.'lub profesi to
be Ignorant of reasons for signs of life
at certain ra t tracks. They also deny
knowledge of any plan to revive racing
by eliminating the personal liability l
i ace track owners.
Amusement promoters who have been
trying to get summer dates at the race
tracks say they have been turned down.
NO NEGRO REGIMENT;
ASSEMBLY KILLS BILL.
Cuvillier's Other Military Bill, Call
ing lor Drills by Schooboys,
Sent pack lo i "ommltte.
ALBANY, May 11 Tbe Assembly to.
dsy killed the CUVllller bill providing
for the organisation f a negro regimsni
of the National Ouard In New Vorli
"11 y, a iiicusuic w iil -.i w as u: avil ly the
United Colored Democracy. Assemb y-
imii Bueb olalnied thai the Uovarnor at
present has authority to organize au.'b
a regiment If he Ml (It.
Another bill by Mr. Cuvlltler providing
for military drills by houlboys o'er
twelve years of ego was recommitted
apd probably win not be reported again.
Wbr sot caenM Ire llw LAHOKsr eewirtawnt
at pUturc and frsuieaf V V. I rums A fit
ters t.. tea tuiiea. x. v. citr. T.
top. right, inn, ay
Co. (Tbe Maw
GOV. DIX'S CHOICE
for JUSTICE OF
MUST OBEY FIRE
Must Provide More Exits, Fire
Escapes, Aisle Space and
Fire Commissioner Waldo to-day
notified all of the athletic clubs of the
city which bold boxing exhibitions and
other public entertainments that they
WOUld have to comply with the fire
laws or close. In a series of letters to
tlie various clubs the Commissioner
calls attention to bis determination to
make them prepare for tin safety of
their patrons In event of Are.
The Commissioner directed the Chief
of the Fire Department to ask the Po
lice Department to revoke t he license Of
lbe Pennant Athletic Club, at No. ITU
Third avenue, the Unnx, because It his
but one eir.rance, which is also used as
an exit, and has a 39-lncb stairway.
Other Clubs, which were given thirty
daya to comply with the law. were
BrOWn'l (iymnaslum, the National
porting Club, the Sharkey Athletic
Club, tlie Colin Athletic Club, the
Hrlghton Ueach Athletic Club, the Wen
dover Athletic ClUb and the Long Acre
Commissioner Waldo also sent Instruc
tions to Heputy Commissioner o'Keefe
In Brooklyn to make a thorough Inspec
tion of the athletic clubs In that bor
outfit tor the purpose of forcing an Im
mediate COmplltnCS Wlttl the fire regu
Tha general complaint against tbe
elu'os Is that they need more tire ap-
pllancee, Brown's, Oymnaeiutn is re
quired to put in some new fire est apes;
the National Sporting Club is told to
provide more exits, more lire escapee,
more aisle spa is and standpipes, and
all of them aic wanted that dosing will
follow refusal to obey the order.
KILLING HEAT IrTcHICAGO.
Tno Deaths and Many Prostrations
on Reeard i ( t ih,
CHICAGO, May 1 -The hottest Chi
cago Mas' day in l ie hiatorv of the
i htcagc weather bureau to-day claimed
two lives and u SOOTS of prostra f :nn
Were reported at the hospitals. tlucrg
non pUStO, a laborer, Wl overcome by
tlie heal and died In a few minutes.
Stanley gohraeder, slxly-four years old,
was overcome and fell, breaking his
Beck end causing Instant death.
In vi nil Den, ninls A dinlaaliin.
WASHINGTON, May li. A demand
from Hawaii for admlgglOll to the I'nlon
as a State was trutiimlt ted to the House
to-day through Sp-eager Clark in the
form of a resolution of Uhe Senate and
House of tbe 11 a ill La n Assembly petf
t inning Congress to pass an enabling
act to admit inY territory.
" CireulMtion Books Open to All." I
The rreee I'u hi lining
COHALAN IS NA1VIED
BY DIX AS JUSTICE
Senate Confirms Van Tuyl for
ACTION LONG DELAYED.
Albany Man Will Not Qualify
for New Position Until
At,BANV. May U Oov nix to-day
sent t the Senate for confirmation the
nomination of Daniel F. Cohslsn of
New York City as a Justice of the Su
preme Court, Fiist Judicial District, In
place of James A. O'Gorman, who was
elected to the I'n. led States Senate.
The nomination of George C. Van Tuyl
Jr. of Albany to be State Superintendent
of Banks In place of Orion H. Cheney,
whose term of office has expired, was
confirmed unanimously by the Senate.
The nomination of Mr. Van Tuyl waa
aent to the Senate aome time ago and
bad been held up In the Committee on
"Finance. Senator Brackett. Ihe minor
ity leader, congratulated tha Senate
upon the acquisition of so able a man.
Mr. Van Tuyl said after hla con
firmation that It would take him a few
days to wind up hia affaire aa Presi
dent of the Albany Trust Company, and
that he probably would not qualify bs
fore next Tuesday. He announced the
appointment of Willard E. Mrliaxg of
Albany aa secretary at a aalsrv of
S3, 500 a year. Mr. Mcllarg has been
financial editor of the Albany Argua for
The Senate also confirmed the nom
ination of James Holden of Glens
Falls as State Historian. tO succeed
Victor II. Taltslts.
Favorable to Cohalan.
The nomination of Mr. Cohalan. who
has been one of Charles F. Murphy'a
most Intimate advisors In the conduct
of the affairs of Tammany Hall, was
sent to the Senate almost Immediately
after the news of the confirmation '
Van Tuyl reached the Governor. Mr.
Cohalan's nomination was referred to
the Senate Finance Committee and Sen
ator Frawley, chairman, aald It would
be reported favorably.
Mr. Cohalan was born In Middletown,
Hi V . In IMiS. He was educated at the
pUbllfl Schools, at WelklH Academy and
al Manhattan College He studied law
In the office of the late Judge John G.
Wilkin or orange. County and moved to
New York shortly after bis admission
to tbe bar. lie is a member of the New
York State Har Association, the New
York Lawyers' Aesoclatlon and the Har
Association of the City of New York.
He is very popular in the several Irish
patriotic an benevolent aoclatles of
which he is a member.
He MM a delegate to the Democratic
National Convention of 10O4 and liKW and
to all the Democratic State Conventions
since IMC. He was for several years
chairman of the Law Committee of
Tammany Hall and has been a mem
ber of the Democratic State Committee
since 1906. He married Miss Ham, a
Ol.eary In 1893, at Cork, Ireland.
Mr. Cohalan was Indorsed by I'nlted
States Senator O iorman and many Su
preme Court Justices of ihe State and
Ids name was on tlie list of lawyers ap
proved for the appointment by ihe liar
Association and County lawyers' Asso
ciation of New York city.
Csreer of Van Tuyl.
QeorgS C Van Tuyl Jr. was born In
Albiny April ::, I.' He was educg'ed
at l ie Albany public schools and went
to work In 1SHS as a messenger for the
National BSOhangO Bank. He rose to
the place of paying teller In March. 1S94.
When tlie Albany Trust Company wis
formed In 1900 lie went to that Institu
tion and has been its secretary, treas
urer and president, the Utter of which
DOS it long he new holds.
He Is a stockholder and director in a
number of ftnan la.l irisiliutlons and a
member of all of the social organizations
of prominence in Albany. Ho a as called
as a witness In the famous Investigation
of the "YetlOWDog Fund" in milch the
State sought to usee Insurance de
posits In the Albany Trust Company.
Hopeful slaUes fur Keene
DONOAJTSR, Bngssnd, May IS. The
Hopeful Stakes of 300 sovs , added to
sweepstakes of .1 sovs. each for starters,
for two-year-olds distance five furlongs,
was run here to-day and won by J. It.
Keene's Franconl. Tom Drake was sec
ond and FuUwtss third. There were
eleven star tare.
OF SUPREME COUR
RACK BY THE GRAND
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1911.
STORM OF KISSES
BREAKS OVER THE
Remarkable Oscillatory Ex
change in Which Every One
in Sight Gets a Share.
FULL LIPPED ONES, TOO.
Kissing Begins Among Four :
Bridal Couples and Then
Quickly Spreads All Around.
If there wss sny one on the.French
Line pier this mornInK before I .a
Touralne sailed who was not klsaed at
least twice It was because lie or she
ran for shelter after the first oscu
Istory greeting- was implanted. It
didn't make any difference who It wan
'longshoremen, applewoman, police
man, hack driver, reporter, "con' man
or able-bodied seaman At least one
kiss came to all and sundry.
Not ths ordinary kind of kiss, which
Is Just a little wet dab on the cheek,
but warm, fervent, enthuetsstlc.pfull
llpped klssee, square on the mouth, that
make you thrill from the roots of ths
heir to the tips of your toss the kind
thet you want whole lots of If you
csre for the kisser. But most ot tbe
klssees didn't know or particularly cars
for the kissers, snd when Ihe oscu
latory storm broks out there was a
rush for shslttr which verged on a
The kissing began when four bridal
psrtles from the French colony over on
West Thirty-second street srrlved, tsVOb
homewsrd bound for the honeymoon
and each escorted by at least twenty of
their compatriots to bid them "bon
Ksoh psii and they arrived within a
few minutes of one anot hei paused at
the gangplank and began saying their
au revnlrs In quite orderly fssidon. Hut
as sailing time approached the kissing
frensy broke out and the various parties
become hopelessly mixed. Kisses In
tended for Marie were administered to
Jeannette and Jeannette's kisses went
to Marie. Ml. baud, aiming to kiss his
fslr cousin, kissed a 'longshoreman, and
so the area of the storm spread and
spread, until the pier ' resounded with
assacks, and tha innocent bystanders
fell victim to Its fury. Just before the
gangplank waa drawn up angry hus
bands of a few hours managed to drag
their brides from the clutches of the
Hardly had the klslng storm come to
au end, for lack of Plotting, when an
I other diversion occurred. A stout wom
an darted down Ihe pier as fast as her
hobble skirt would permit. Just In time
lo see the gangplank pulled up.
! "Oh-h-h-h. whv could- could -couldn't
I they wait?" she elsculated between
i puffs. "Wh-wh-wh-at shall 1 do wl-wl-
wlth thlsT" and she held up a box, the
size of a pound of candy, on which the
name Mrs. A. Zema was inscribed.
On the promenade deck were gathered
those passengers who had not given
way to hysterics over the kissing, and
a young man shouted to the woman to
besve the package aboard.
She described strange .-res in the air
with the package and suddenly let go
For a woman she was some pitcher
The package landed on the promenade
deck, about twenty feet aaay from the
young man, who held bis hands out to
ca'ch tt, though he might have known
hotter, and It landed squarely in the
face of a deacon of a Philadelphia
c' crch bound over for his first trip
across. The package hit the deacon
Just midway between his sldewhlskers.
GAVE BLOOD TO SAVE
BROTHER AND WILL DIE.
:Ynnkcrs Youth In Grave Condition
T.,f, ISJklti Da
IISl I I .1 I I I I i V!llll! Il -
stored Younger Lad.
tperlal to The Kenin World)
VONKEKS. May 11 Al a result of
hsvlng a large quantity of blood trans
I fused from his body into the veins of
his brother, Jesse M I'avanaugh,
I twenty-three years old, of No n,:t
j Woodworth avenue, is In a grave con
dition and It Is feared he may die.
The brother, Fred i'avanaugh, Mfteen
years of age, was brought from Sara
toga t a o weeks ago foi treatment m
the Manhattan Bye and Har Hospital.
New York He wei suffering from
maatoldltla, An operation was per
formed, but the boy sink rapidly, and
it w as detei mined that the one chance
U LINE PIER
of saving the hoy's lift! was by trans
I fusion Of blood.
Jesse Cavariaugh volunteered. A
1 quart of h s blood wss Injected into the
, dying b0 'I arm. Fred immed1ate'.
showed signs of linprovenient-,snd Is
.now In a fajr 0 recovarlW Jee
I however, Is of .lender build sna could
1 1U afford to give iu mub et aJg!plod.
TWO MORE DYING
AFTER NEGRO RUNS
Two Already Deadt Winy
Others Shot or Stabbed
HE WILL DIE TOO.
Released After One Crime,
He Makes Wild Dash After i
If John Cain, the lean, yellow negro
who ran a mad dog course through part
of Harlem last nltht with knife a-ol
revolver, maiming and killing all who
crossed his path, should die of the
wounds Which finally brought iilm
dObs-n the world would tie rid of sn
habltusl murderer more dangerous to
be st large than a venerium snake or
a man-eating tiger.
Two of his victims died within an
hour. Two more are going to die.
Six others, stabbed or allot, were
borne to uptown hoapltale, while tbe
police looked tor additional victims
who might have dragged themselves
to their homes.
And for all this la to be blamed
the laxnesB ot law which permitted
a professional knlfe-wlelder to live
on after ho had shown, not once, but
twice, that with or without provoca
tion ho Wgg reedy to kill.
Aa fsr back as 1SS9 this sams John
Cain was laying the foundations of the
record which reached so atrocious a
climax last evening. One afternoon In
the fall of that year he stationed him
self In Twenty-ninth street, near Hroad
way, and began Insulting whits women.
Not Arrested for Assault.
Fred A. Mills, a wall known musb'
publisher, suggested to him that he
move on and cense annoying pedes-1
trlans. With the samn rattie-nake fury
that Inspired him in hla latest outbreak 1
he turned on Ml lie and using his favorite
weapon a long, ruzor-elge,l knife -he
Btaebed again and again, trying to reach
Mills's heart or stomach. He cut the
publisher s thick overcoat to ribbons and
gashed his side, but Mills disarmed him
and gave him a thrashing. For that the
negr- was not even arrested.
June H, Ip0b RiOlMLfdi Uell, a newspaper
reporter, .cldentally trod upon Cain's
toes in front of the Bijou Theatre. The
mulatto pulled out his handy knife anil
drove the blade again and again Into
the defenseless victim's ubdoinen. Uell .
died three days later.
At that lime Cain was employed as
a porter at the old Ht-lavan Hotel,
owned by Tom O'ttourke. the ngbt pro-.
moter. in his cell in Ihe lomus t ain
boasted that h.s political pull would save
him. He was permitted to plead guilty
to manslaughter 111 ths second degree,
although all the evidence pointed to a
Lold-b'ooded and deliberate murder.
Freed ! set Igmmer,
In Genera! Sessions Judge Fursman
sentence 1 him to fourteen years and
three months st S.ng Sing, nfteen years
being tbe maximum punlahment for the
crime to which he had confessed. For
good behavior his time was cut down
by four years and a half, and last
summer he was loosed from Sin Sing
Last night's events show that It would
havs been safer, ao far as the commun
ity was concerned, to free a rabid
The horror stirred the city to-lay as
a crime seldom does because of the ap
peal It niade to the Imagination of every
person who has occasion to go un ths
streets of New York.
So far as could Ire learned not one
of those killed, slashed or shot by Cain
had ever seen him before He "ad gone
Into a primitive savage rage after a
QUarrel on an elevated train with a
while man who had slappud him and
Balled him names. The police have not
yet found that man, in (dentally.
But not only were the moat of the
men and the little girl accidentally in
t.ie way of Cam's blood-thirsty wrath,
but many of then were actually trying
to get out of lus way.
Kxcept for two men, one of whom
tried to trip him und t o Other of whom
struck at him In passing I ho only per-.-iins
who purposely confronted "ie nejro
were policemen. II was a polloemgn'i
shot and a detective's blndgern whbm
Anally stopped mi t all of deatruotlogi
The following Is a list ot tbe casualties
following the negro's slaughter rum
HAUL. JOHN, thirty-seven, of No. KT
Ship'on street, Weenawken, chlel
clerk In the post-ofttcs at one liiui-
i . ..-.m.jcd on rourib l'ags )
AMUCK IN HARLEM
WEA TIIF.Hl.-alr to-night and Frldayi wirMhV
" CircuUtioB Book Open to AIL"
WHO is EXPECTED
TO QUIT HIS POST.
JAM US' C. CROPSEY.
OF BRITISH TITLE
Miss Campbell Now in Semi
Finals in Golf Tourney
POHTltl Sll. Ireland, May ! ..Miss
Dorothy Csmpbeii won tier match In
tho fourth round of the British Worn
OA'S lf charnptoimhlp to-day In brill
iant style, heating Mrs. O. M. Martin
of tlie Tavistock Club 7 up and 0 to
play. This leaves the American cham
pion among the eig-ht who win right out
the fifth round.
.Mlas OainpbeH nlao won her matih in
tlM hfili round and aa a rwiult entered
the eeml-flnals The Amarloasl and Can
adlan ohajnptoll defeated lbe holder of
the Brttlatl title. Miss R, Oram Sin tie
of the Sunning. lale Club In the firth
round by 2 up and 1 to play.
mis v. Poo ley of Viotexrie, b. c,
dropped out of Ihe I0WHMMM In the
fiairth Pound when alio wsns .oeaien by
Miss Baruhe nmnpoon of Beswlgp end
vy et ici.ii iiar, iy up
GORE ANTI-TRUST BILL
STOPS ALL LOOPHOLES.
Every Art In Restraint of Trade Is
Adjudged Unreasonable in
w MttttOTOS, May it A bill lo
amend the .Sherman tnti-Trusr et was
Introduced by Sen.itor dors (Ham.) of
Oklahoma In the Senate to-day, provid
ing that every eontrai-t. eomt.lnatlnu or
eonptra.ev mf anv kind In reetvulnt of
trade declared Uleffal liy the .Sherman
Isw shall lie presume, and adjudged to
It slso provides that no aUOb. restraint
shall be construe. aa "reasonable, ' and
thaii any perenei Involved In I, ringing
h ' esKfh reatt-atna enaill te Imprisoned
not lues then two years or triors than
lOH vea.rs '
AT NEW VORK.
0 0 0 2
10 0 0
Hatterle" Adams snd Olbae
eus'.n and Meyers.
0 0 0 1 0 j
0 0 0 1 0
Hatterles -linsper and Mel.ean, Sean
Ion and Bergen.
2 0 0 2 1 -
Batteries Hr-own arid Ari-nsi, and
Hoore and Huoini
10 1 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
Pnttoriee Hasinas and Breei then
and Mal'tern and Itarlden
Tli-tieu tud iiit'inaaUoa t " liu-lem Mo.t sad
eostteiie tesmhut. ttsitiu arm ptrrtt -ha-las
mom orttt dsy sad slftit. Tttah tlttws.
Tssisusn sassa see awasi assess, -,-
CROPSEY IS PRODDED
HARD BY GRAND JURY;
Richmond County Inquires Why
Protection Was Denied to Court
and Why Beats Are Too
Long to Patrol.
BE NEW HEAD OF POLICE.
McCullagh a Possibility, Though
Unpopular With Uniformed Forcp
Driscoll Said to Be Doomed.
Police C-ommissioner Cropsey, owing to the pressure of urgent
business requiring his presence on Stateii Island, had little time trxlay
to take action upon the recommendation of Civil Service Commissioner
James Creelman to the Mayor that the Commissioner of Police be re
moved. Mr. Cropsey's business on Slaleu Island wi with the Graad
Jury of Richmond County. i
There was an important murder trial at Richmond, the county seat,
last week. The District-Attorney, in advance of the trial, asked the Po
lice Commissioner for a special detail to protect tbe Court, the officers
of the court and witnesses for the prosecution from impending violence
on the part of friends of tlie prisoner. The request was not granted.
Home Ablaze, Mother Is Ready
to Jump With Child
When Aid Comes.
When Capt. Otto Harmon and the
crew of Truek No. 11 arrived at No
2.U Monroe atreet. In anawer to an alarm
of fire to-day, the first thine they aaw
waa a woman with a ehlld In her arms
getttnc ready to leap from the flre
eseapa on the seeond floor Tlie smoke
pouring out of the windows behind
her und she waa scresmlng with sll
"Don't lump"' rapt Harmon cried
Throw me the baby I'll rateh her,"
and he leaped from tbe truck und held
out his arms.
Tbe WOman, Mrs. Minnie Jahollnsky.
the JanltrssS Ot the house, hesitated a
moment, out when at) SXtra big gust of
smoke enveloped her snd a tongue of
flams MM II king along "lwork
of the arindoej sn" leaned (onward and
threw the little girl down lo the fire
man. i'igt. Harmon caught the ehlld
though ha siasgered when
she struck his arms snu la Kachel,
rtve ynars old, Mrs Jahnllnaky's young
est child snd big for her age. Hhe was
a hsivy weight to catch from a dls
tsn -e of about tWOOt 1 -fh feet.
In the mean II HIS memliers of the
crsw had tut up a ladder and were as
sisting tlie frantic Jaiiltiesa to come
van fl,,- 1, tlf.l..
GIRL INTO ARMS OF
who aie.ine.1 to enjojr her flirih:, anil"
was uu.te contem In Cant. Harmon's
Rachel !ud accidentally started the
fire by overturning a email lump in the
front room uf ths abolmsky'a three
A uither daring rescue au a lOOnV
pllshed by fireman Joseph Jtyan, also
of Truck No. IS. He dashed Into the
burning bouse and carried Mrs. tsadle
Weinsteiri, a bedridden Invalid, from
ar apartment un tbe third floor.
rs. Jiihounsav s three rooms ware
ksd and tbe halls and staircases
PRICE ONE CENT,
The Court and the lltrlot-Attoinev
lost no time In calling the attention of
the ilrand Jury to the neglect of the
Police 'o mm I sal oner JJr. Cropaey and
bl first deputy, Mr. Driscoll. were di
rected t appear before the ilrand Jury
to-day and explain. They were nlao
dlrmited to come prepared to leM why
police officers In Richmond Boroiaga&r
gHen heats so long Ihey could not pos
sibly cover thorn once In a tour of dgty.
and what arrangements have bean made
for policing the hesct, resorts Wss
l-'lrst Deputy Commissioner PrIseelL
whose hold on his job Is not rsgaewtd
s any to,, firm, did not appear At
"' d I un iters at all th la morning. Qaal
""'s""" ' ' 'i'se, eh. .wed up a3
o'clock, remained In h.s ofTlee ten mms
utea, Jumped In his automobile., ud
;.eade f(,r South Kerry.
invur iseynor would
not mums l
-.. u.. on ,ne letter
i-eive.i yesterdsy from
'....,. !-.(, -
reelman. The Merer
wwa calm. Mr. Creelman could not be
found at his ofrics.
Speculating on McCullagh.
Uniformed police nmcisls who ttarra
been more or less placidly waiting for
Oropaey'g nnish were spesruiatlng on
his successor before lie could poasdbly
have had time to prepsire a resignation
"i turn il in. These uniformed
jr -inlmi, .sfy dismissed tht Idea that I
iner i.nivt or rolice John MgCulaaadi
would become Commissioner.
T ley assumed ,i,u position of dsMnt,
despite the fact that MoCullagh la a
wry close friend of James Creelman
and baa recently visited the Me rot
aeverul times. John MoCullagh was
pronauiy the most unpopular polio
that eer worked hla way to the
The Mayor a Intention to fin rnnsrajee
Ihe rollue Department has been made
plain In h.s recent in especially
in tlie letter of i.igi: vi of aha
department, written laal uday. .
the iiarads. Police ottl ers do
ImaglM he would put In a man
would number his enemies by ebe
James Creelman was looked upon y
the police wiseacres as a likely candl-
the position. Mr. Creelman le
I about th" muni trusted political friend
the Mayor has. It devolved upon Mr.
Creelman to find a way py which Com
missions!' dvpasy could be legally
dropped, and Mr. Creelman was rlgbt
there with ths method. In
speech Mayor Oaynor facetiously
marked upon the advisability of
pointing editors to responslbls
mlaalouerahlps. air. C'reojBian wgg)
Waldo a Poeelblilty.
Rhlnklander Waldo, Fire Coggi
sr, wa also mentioned aa one
Honed as one teebjgagy
In the running.
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