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TBI EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912.
left o you" assed Pr-merrne I
...-"It was !n hoox form Perhaps thw
Krn names of lai eoMrlbuinrs."
' Those were . ontrlbutlon f large
iti to (he 1PM fund'
Troin 1 .M u"
"Da yon remssr.be r to'.:'
' . air
"iu named fn ir Urge enntrl' lot
V iii were Ihe others"
'1 ilon I famaatbar.1
"PI 1e TTe !nJraie n.mpi.
rt .trthnfe"' "I ean't rememitrt."
"Uemamber aay i-wi v. dual- "No." i
-.- II. n-rnher nam, of Hsvemeyer" ;
-item-mber any railroad- M" .
were me of them ther. (
. JB r "Iti " jn UIM l 1 "
"aVoney waa aperw
. Wgg I -r.- any refund of $M".00 .o
lpr.dar.1 MI "No, air"
Thl waa complete acro--ntr
anamr Pomerene looked ronfldent It
analor Tomerrne looked confident la
hi niairi to ffiahl!a:i the fvt th.it
ajrrr waa no rfund to tha Standard 00.
aVr Sheldon aa then eicuaed. atatrmrnt rogirillna the allege.1 r nfl ld
' (Miator Wtton, col. Kooaatro'.fa ram- eonttihuikin Ui Oaa WUaon rund.
jta.tn manager. ho preceded Kheldon "I bald ve oa will find that tha eon
ok Ih wltnaaa atand, told tha Onpp trthutlon waa In tti' tMene of .Vr. I'en
cammltiee ha had hern rellahly informed' grid," he -.aid. lie alan agroed o fur-
ttt Tkomaa T. Ryan and A. R. riant,
a art. tor of the Soul Hern Railway, htd 1
nantrthuia.1 h llv in Oacar W. t'ndee- 1
id"a campaign. I ha I Joaeph K.
lv!a apent lt.i In 0v. WUaon a p-c.
JroavanMon campaign: that Charlea V.
'ran had apent p-i.cm for hia brathir,
taja PreatdaaV and that loading fln.in
r(er of New York had apent large
Aama tar Oor. flarmon.
.ienator Joaeph M Dlion. Oct, ftioae
- WH i aolltlcal manager, kad a "torm;
e political manager, kad a etormy ,
aeaaion to-aar with Hie committee and'
1tl n ha had apont H.ona In tha Pro
gaaailva primary rarapalgn which waa
nat Included In i ha flgnraa preorated
renewed hia charge
jjbbl tha Inveatlgatlon waa netng attaotc 1
Tat- Col. Rooaevalt more than any other
taoJaUix and challenged tba cjmmlttae
tOeaD CaeVMa P. Taft. Tbomaa Porlune 1
an and Ather men whom be Bamad,
0. bo aald. be bad been lafornaed bad
heavy axpendeturea for either
PYaaldaat Taft. Uov. WUaoo or Oov.
. rtMERENE THREATENS DIXON
"V WITH PRISON.
J, frequently got Into hot wranglea
tnm the roambera of tho coniwilttaa and
frm eo peraeoat In ana laataaoa that
.'."Satmor l'omaron threatened to have
Z,tti aent to J.U.
fcnator IHxoa aald the Raoaevelt pao-
Titd leaa money In proportion to
raeulta accompllahed than aay other
convention candidate" and declared
pant for Taft. Underwoot.
' Clark and WHiob
"Let'a have Mr. McCoofnba and Mr.
MoAdoo brought here and Bad out how
much Gov. Wllaon apeat. I'd Ilka to
1 know how muoh Mr. HUlea apant In
. ihe Taft campaign." exclaimed Mr
; I Hxon
Ha turned to Benator Pomorene,
J I who waa active In the Harmon cam
haabin, and aald: "I think Senator Pom
'iirene might tell ua aomethlna about
jlOa. Harmon'a apenflttaroa, I'd Uka
'to have Saaator olive, tall, bow much
. noney waa apent -la the I'ennaylvanla
Henator Oliver replied ho would bo
glud to take Ihe atand.
' Senator Dlxpti aoggeated that tba com
mlttee al.o eummon Joalah Qulnry of
.Itoaton and fleorge Harivy of Now
MYork. Through them, he aald, he be
1 1 1 eved tha committee would lind that
JT'a gam tenia :i named Penfleld" nf Plill
fadelphla had given IW.Ono to fliiv Wll
'aon'a prr-conventlon campaign and .
ca alnce hia nomination.
I "1 alio euggtat the calling of Thoma.
P. Ryan." he aald. "I have bean r
lial.iv Informed that he contrlbuled a
large aum to. the campahTn of Mr.
T'nderwood: that A. II. Plant, aadltor
' of the Southern Railway, eleo gave to
thla campaign. I have been Informed
Uatt large auma were givea uy 1. ...ung , ,,,, aSSla andeMred to pin Ihr wl:
HSsaweUl InteraaU of New York to t..e , jOWn t,, atatenient of numee of
I'raaid-ntlal l ampalgn of Oor. Harmon
"I have been Informed thai Joaeph N
.ilkavla exneadeil about IW.OOi In Mr.
, Wllaon . pre-convsatloit campaign." 11
ulao menilonad Krvd H Lynch of
Mlnneaoia and Rd Johnaon of Houtb
, Dakota a. poaalbla wltnaaaea.
KftALL CHARLES P. TAPT." HE
' Senator Dixon further aakad the com
rakaun to aummnn I.oula llammerllng
.ot New York, a-tio he aald he waa in
formed waa tha advertlalng agent of
"the Standard Oil Company and nd
rbeen given funds to control the ed.torlal
pat icy of no nawapapara aubltahed In
I Sl'a Uka to have Ohartoa V. Taft
aajsaiiiail aata aal aakad M ho apaat,
as la aexaaaoBlp lewataa. Saoo.ooa to
eealaau Mr. Taft. r Ilka to have
aVsaatar Pouieieae toll a boat the Maa
Senator Dlxoa said he had kept no
acurala record of his expenditures. Hs
aald IZ.IMO had come from Oeargs W
Parkms, i.wv trom Prank A. Huneey
'and l-'." from Das It llanna, and
" Hint "whenever we got deeperetely
'hard up I went bark ta I'rrklna."
- SenVor Dixon's cnarge. that the com
mittee was Investigating only Col.
Hooarrell'g expenses and Intended to
Jet tho.e of Taft, Wllaon, Harmon. I'n-
dervo id ahd Clark go until ""after the
election" brought out bitter exchange.
.with members of tha committer Chair
- man Clapp took tha oharae aa a per
sonal reflection upon hlmaelf, "tha only
', member of the committee friendly to
t Senator OUea BaaUj geeaaaaad that
Ohariee p. Taft be aaxaxaoaaa. to toll
whether be bad apeat 0600,000 to aa
ease President T eft's reaoaalaeUoa, aad
the coxauiltaaa agreed to aoaaUar Ue
The sa.ooa, Senator Btxoa aald, waa
to addlUoa ta tha lltl.ooo Mr. Mooksr
Of yaaterday. baalled bp the
sesovelt Meedtasrtete la Mew York
$68,000 Hooker had handled far tha
Tor loeal oaxepatga. aad the
WUflaaa TUbb said ha had
raa for raaaaylvaaia. The sas.ooo
oontrtbated by Perkiaa, Manpar
ak Xaaaa were also la aaAlUoa. au.
saia. m aaa SMadaap r-vea to too
Teak Meaaaaartera by aa.aa, the
tfiOO givaa by kb. ktnaaey aaa tho
1,500 givea by Mr. Teaklaa.
llxoB said that he bad sent a .me
1 Creak Dvaa. St far bus '
- Jva H:-
money In reply (a urgent demeaela
Qo'. Hadley of Missouri for grlmarl'e
In the larger eltlee fci tha HBle.
B. nator farmer pointed ostt that the
committee kad before it charge, that
tom SB.OOO.O" ta t,M,0N kai baa
need by the fcooMveN psosste Before
oatreatioa. Aaathar coafaeea
..Chang, of oeaueMBt followed. ,
'Wan (Ma fB.OCn Perkins, Mul-
ey and llanna eafh gave to peg, n
"""''it'on t. Hie arnounta given to P.. It.
Hooker In the Nee, York roninillte "
aakeu aaroeiei I'ayater .i.-nator Dixon
said It waa.
rayntsx asksd If Karmaa
. . - .
freee. who gaee gio.eoo M tba ...
TerB sadgwartere. waa connected with
""" xnxereeie. aenator Bixoa
1 1 W W
to vol. Koeaeven nan aa aia not now
whe'hr Mr. rra.ch waa eoaaacted
with sugar mtereeta.
BeaaaoT XTrscm aald that when ha
"rot dcr.parUcly hard p," ba "will .
back to reraise. AU Use sees ef tha
plntoerata ware for Talt," ha aald. "WnBl do you know of efforta to
Iwnator DtSon nake.l t. correct hla'rhnnga the votea of Houlharn dalrgatea
nleh ih.- OOaMafHM with a Hat of the
wllneaaee lint he Irelred ex-
S r I'aynter again jiak.il ahotit
th- ji i : . y..(i . ,nti ihutlon of I'rrklna,
Munar y and llanna.
"U'hj aloe aara money to you?" he
'William Kno. ilffd Pln.'hoff'a
un le, fnve mo lio.non. and itr Haahat'g
aunt gave mo li.OOO."
Mentior Mlxon could not remember the
4,,,, -p Vr rvrk,,, oontrlhullone.
hut ihougM he bad given "aeven or
ebjh tlmee '
"Any of It at tha lime of Iha Chicago
"No, wnoe," nald IIIotl. "The laat
waa ahout the time of (ha Maw .leraey
primaries aarly In June."
lie aald Mr Miiiiecy-a flrat gift waa
$1,100, and' that he tried to equallael
man.r. aim.na tnrwe inrg. m. ,
.riouiore, eo no man wnuio nave 10 1
Senator Paynter aak.d what ounce
Hon Oraahy McHarg bad with the
campaign Senator Dlaon waa unable
to give Mcllarg'a activity In detail.
"Did you aend any money to tha
Southern Hlatea?" aakc.l I'ayntar.
"Tea: I aent eome there." aald Dixon,
"not a gnat Ural of money want to
the Southern statca. I think 1 aent
ll.r.00 la hfOfhh Caiollna, about $1 .ono
to (lcorgla: 1100 nr t.ioa to Mouth
Carolina, to aid In orrnnltlng tho
llooaevelt furcea ail hnl.llng the on
ventlona In the Southern Stale. '
"Who told you of tha large anma
apent for Pre aidant Taft?" aakad Sena
Oh, I heart it from a haalred
aonroea," aatd Six on.
That la ao aaawar," aald Pomerene.
"diva aa tha aamea of your lafona
aata." Henator TMxon anlil ndverCiing Mall
Bad told him nf i.lg billboard aanltSntl
made ly the Taft BSSSM and tli.it
Waiter Urnwn had lobl lilm near y
SHw.'va had been epbnt In Ohio for ad
verU.lm:. ANOTHER CLASH WITH SEN
Henator I'nmerene again demandcl
name. "I want you to un.wer my
nueetlon: Who were your Informnnte?
I want name."
"I'll an. Her In my own way." re
turned Dixon. "In the Mjeaitrjiuarf 1
campaign Ihe Taft people hail the hatli
ng uf ivrry rallroail. vnry. Irolli y line,
every b'g hanit, every ncwapaper "
"tre yini going to nnawer my que.
Ilon?" Interrupted Mr. I'omerene. "I
tn.ilst that you name your Informants."
"I am going lo anewcr the queatloit
In my own way," retorted Mr. Dixon.
"I am going In tell you what I bJktSJ
o hunt theae tbtnga If you'll lei me"
A vlgoroua exchange folloa-ed In the
rour.e of whl 1 Mi. 1'ornereno aa-itn
thnae who ha I told hlin about .'-
rxivndllure.. livery .(Tort failed.
The eseheagee between Saaators
Blaea aad Fom.ren. finally became ee
heated that Mr. Voraereae Invited Mr.
Blaoa "outalda," hat the affair paaaed
off without oonfllot. Mr. Dixon cloaed
hia teetlutoay wltkoat giving tke
aaaasa of hia Informants.
DIXON INTERRUPTS TP MAKE A
Dixon testified thst he had collected
funds other than those handled by
Progreaalvs Trraaursr Hooker, who In
formed the committee ycatarday that
the total expenditures of tha Itooae
valt National Committee warn about
"1 would like to know the full eeope
of lbs Inveatlgatlon," demanded Sen
alor Dlxoa, Interrupting hia examina
tion. "Does this Include ae well Ilia
lUpuhlloaa and Democratic campaign
"Vee," replied Chairman Dapp.
"Of coaxes." aeattnaed Beaatbr Dls
ea, "the geaaral Impreealea la that
thla la rather aa lnveetigwUon of aaly
the frt -oonveattea aaaipalga land ef
OeL Siooa.vaH. Slew, aa a member ef
tke Senate, I want to aee tbe campaign
faada ef STeatdeat Taft, SVev. Wtleoa
aad ev. lanata alee laveatlgatea.
Aad I think tale should be deao be
fore election. X doa't think that thla
eommlttee aboald go oaly tato the
fund af ocl. Beoasvslt.'
Senator Ulaoa Ineletsd he waa euro
the committee waa lavastlgatlag oaly
OeL xtsea.valt'a eapeasea. Ma added
that he wasted the eexeaaittee to iib
sasa the managere of Champ Clara.
Oaoar TJadsrwood, Oov. Harmon aad
Don't you know thoae men have all
seen aummoned here?" demanded Hen
"No, 1 doni know it," aald Dlaon
"Well, you ought to find out." said
Sena. or Clapp I ld the witness lis had
already given out a ItM showing last
all the men named had been aummotied
and he demanded thai henator D.xun
"Tha country wants f play," re
turned Humor Dixon. "It wants th' ae
ether men examined within the n si
thirty days before election."
"Senator Dlxou." exclaimed Chairman
Clapp, half rising from his seat, "a
saggeg'ion Ibst there baa nui been fair
play here le a reflection on the at men
In this committee who la friendly -t
Then foltSjred sp argument among the
c-.nnu.i tc Rivuiticra, culminating in a
general demead (hat Reneler tMsen be
examined about tha noaeevelt funds
Chairman Clapp told flanalor Dlaon h
fould sell what ha knew about other
Tl aead him to all," ecUiva
Seaetee aem.raae aa tienator Stan
eloeeg hia remark, to tha committee
gsjnsjor Dixon than fold what roe-
tfibutione he I. a I peisonelly received.
William Kno. a re .itlva of cMfford I
r.nchot, gave mm ff'.mKi. Frank Mun-
ey gave him r une money, 'prober:
l-VW." aad marl from tint to tlms.
Ueorge W. I'erk,na made several eon-
, ' . , 7' . ' .r;' "JSH
(,f i fror-d I" ti i.it ar t at I , ruin nm
. H Mlb a;H MnkaW
About SW,rS or BK.iian . a. iha total
Ftnmw l:on gave aa the amount ba
" K' I I
I didn't kcrp ny hnoke." he aatd.
"I apent tiie money a fjiat aa I got It."
One elevator man in the ("apltol, ha
1 m!d. had -rlri-n fv
nmw numinu up TM IWT-
INO OF DELEGATES.
lv Ih" nee uf money?'' aak.M Senator
'.Noihlng except hearaay." anawared
Mr. Dixon vltoroualy.
"Do you know hy repnta of any eurh
uttcmpia. In wndll vou had a part or
acojileaced ?" aaked Senator flapp.
.101 " mum. niu nixon. lie earn
he colic Med no funda for the holding of
the Progroalve n.tiloiiui coavanllon In
Aufuet. that the llA.flba neceigary waa
an ralaed by the local committee In
The 11 nm managor did not know
w ho han lied the fun la In Maine or In
Maaaarhueeiia. he axld; Matthew Mile
waa "moat likely to have knowledge of
In I'ennaylvanla William Pllnn -and
K. A. Van Valkenhorg were the "ma-Jor-generala
In command." he aald. In
Uhlo Walter Hroan of Toledo. Ha did
rot know who handled affaire In Now
Vara r Michigan.
The late Charlea II. Jampliell handled
thlnga In Indiana, ha aald, while there
were "many lead ere of the uprlelna In
llllnola." Among them were Chaunrey
Pcwcy. Medlll Mclormlck. Kdwnrd II.
HI ma and Alexander H. fUvcll
Of iheie. he aald. Mr. Kewey knew
.no., aoou. coninoutwne. in v. laron- ;
. -'" r ".1 invii
rwrt 1 , h. r 1.-.
flov lladley would know most about 1
contributions In Mlaeourl. he thought. !
Hdward C. O'Renr In Kentucky. George
Taylor In Trnneaeeo, Kdward C. Car-
rlnston, Charles flonnparte and others could nut bring hlmaelf to rank HO dele
In Maryland, former Oov. Franklin A. j gatea aa being down la their hearte In
I' ITI III f'Vr I e 1 o 1 llflV 1: uHJi'iirk n 1
Weei Vlr.lnt. H.'c'hmorwl pVtrinn I
Nnrth Carolina. John O
Capre In 1
j,..,i , -...li . ,... ........1 i. .
in ilrorgls. H U Anderson In PlarMa, swglartaa of the ahadow of boaaism
oacar It. Hundley in Alabama. I'sarl that hong over tho Republican conven
Wight In Louisiana, J. A. Comer In 1 Hon at Saratoga.
Arkanaaa. Cecil Lyor I Is Texas Judge RQW ,N THE CONVENTION OVER
"'" w nw.Mwi. 1 11 nr.. ion.
iinil Dr. Henry W. Coa In Orexnn.
Senator Dixon Interapereed hla replies
with a running nra nf comment as to
how the Itoo.evelf forcea were "fore
cloaed'' In certain Htatee, and "swept
very dlatrlrt" In others. Virginia aaa .
"foreclosed" on tlem, he aald; In l.o.i
vine "the Sugar Truat took charge of
ine 1 hi, cauipaiaii, m cihw jereey
they "swept e nthlng. ' Florida and
S.rt.lliwe,. i,i..k I n w , , Ml .. h . , i ' .. . !'
Mr. Dixon followed .1. O. Cannon, I'res
dent of the Fourth N.H onH Vsnk of
New T irk, who t. Milled he had n
n ile1ge oj the tint ono ooiitrlbutlon
hlcM John D. Arrhbold aald was muds
by tha Standard Oil Company to CH
H.m'eevetrs isai camnutn. Ha knew
not trig of any cnnt-lbu'lone to any na
itonil campaign funds.
After a brl.f rxamlnallon of Con
ercsarnan Weeks o M'ia'icbusetts the
henrlnif adjourned until to-morrow
(C on tinned from Kirt Page.)
nea. until an hour after th 1 advertised
tlm for .tin 1. ok Temporary Chairman
OlynS nn- Hi" flral of the notables to
arrive nn.l he waa half an hour late
That his big apeech of yesterday made
a favorable Impression waa evidenced
by the oval. on that greeted him.
Itoss Murphy and the auh-noaaee took
their lime about getting Into their aeala.
Murphy, Norman R, Mack, National
t'on-mit'teonwin, an.l other, in imrty
a.n.iorlty left the hotel early to-day
ant geatOfad out into the country for
air and conference. They did not re
turn 1111:11 11 ftermion, and then Murphv
had a lot of IllglSaSl ta look after with
a horde of petrto'.a who bad been wait
ing for lilm ror loons
The mun euhjee of dlscnslon at the
country lreakfajt wai Ihe situation 5f
f eel hog the CaSTI of Appeals' notnlns
t.ons The party leaders had pra-tl-cally
agreed to drop Hit proposition of
Indorsing Juatlo Hlsiock, the Republi
can nominee, uni nominating Maurice
Spratt. Iha Now York Cent nil attorney
from Itiiftal'i. Inatead It waa planned
to put up two lumorratj and allow the
Republics hi to ,-ia.me a ticket male for
Han. ... There are about twenty can
dldalea fot tbe teo Ju lirlal nommatli.na,
1 and the BroOiera of pli-klng two ault
able men from the crowd s giving Mure
phy mil 'h concern.
SULZER'S BOOM KEEPS ON
While the convention waa getting
ready for "business the Hulxer boom
grew apace. Congiessmsn Suiter In his
rooms nt tho Onondaga received acres
uf delrgatea who pledged htm their
ISppSfj In the aveSt ol an open conven
1on uiid a free lor all contest. The
SO RL FRESHING
after ths day's shopping
Bold in airtight tins only
OF JUDGE PARKER
Four of Most
Wulrar manageea produre.1 certified llata
to ahow that the nom1na.'1on of Bulxer
wo 1I.1 i mix .. rnn.i..,
Ilea, an.1 that the Concreaaman would
get eiipport from all theae r.iun lea on
tbe flrat ballot. Other rountlee harlng
favorite eon. are pladged to go to Hul
tar afti r they have handed thee fa
vorite, a complimentary fire he.ll.il
rote. Auguatua Thomaa, who I. to
nominate duller, reached Syracuse thla
morning and flnlahed up hie aprech thla
Judgo Trlter and lWiaa Murphy were
loudly cheered aa they entered the Con
The queetlon waa put to a roll call
on the adoption of Mr. Mott'a amend
ment. When Dateheea County waa
reached Mayor Hague, who liaa a fog
horn voire, got up to explain hia ren
eone for voting for hlmaelf. He aaaured
the delrgatea that there waa no Bttee.
on ot ponitnAiUy involved ,1ml a que .-
e --r - "rwi -
mM' ihnl 100 ' wors really In
fvor of J"11" Parker he would he for
Parker, but despite hie conviction hal
thla is to be an open convention lie
. ..... . . . v. . i . a... I
"P-l -'" " pr.nr.p.ra .or wn.cn
li.il.. I'H.li.r afnn.1.
lie warned the
. , . ...
the Democratic I
The seaa cm op. ne.1 with a row. The
firs oid." of bualnesa was the report
of the Committee on Pennanem Or-
whloh recommended Judge
Alton B. Iarker for Permanent Chair
Frank 11. Mott of Chautauqua prompt-,
offered an amendment proposing ail
Permanent Chairman John K. SagTUO, I
Mavor of Pouchkeeps;... He lutd a '
hi.h tn be i.er.wisl , h,ira. e-
of Jud e Parker, lint objected to him
ry He quoted from William Jenn.na, j
Bryan's iipeech at Baltimore to eup-
port his contention. Tim names of
Hryan and Wnodrow Wilson were en
IhUglaatl OBlly greet.. 1 when mentioned
by -Mr. lo;.
Tin- roll tail le eloped no surpilsc
unlll Kings iVountv wna reaches! and the awntletnen who have CtillclSOd me
r.rldge. t'ommlrsloner Arthur O'KsefTe 1 to lay their fingers on any net of mln.
voted for Satue. llairv Keith, lnsur. i " derogation of Lie rWlits of mnn. I
.n. Ki... r,m kTaawaw
AHi.te 1 to know if Murphy haen't any
ooay aeons 10 mm aaxapaieni 10 act aa
either ns a lemiorary or iermanent , Judge farker was warming up to
chairman of a Icmoera.t!o convention I '"Is work. He had prepared no matius
hut Judge I'arker. who : aa been serv- ' Bripl and was g peaking exteinpoian
Ing tn that capacity In every convention ' SOUBly, The beet apeech of his Uf
for the past ten yeara i Jf" th" result, for wln-n Jadga Parker
MURPHY OETS A ROUND OF AP
When the name of Charlea F. Mur- ' Touched, however, by the attack of
phy was reached In the call of delegates the prngreaalvra which he took u dr
iller! Vaj u great outhurat of applause. I onal. he went Into a defense for th
For Ihe present at least MurfSty Is BtM
ular wltii the crowd. However, applause
war not larking for Angue. Molt, Os
borne and others of Ihe Irururgent COS
When Oneida County was reached
Judge John I. McMahon. Chairman of
the I'ommlttea on Permanent Organlxa
tlon. got up to explain why Judge
Parker was selected. The gist of hia
ixplanatlon was that Judge I'arker la
a Democrat and always has been n
I iem-o-i-.it He rorallcsi that Alton R
i on nrotiwii
Vo l nrorwiwov
H4!l Itr SV.,
Daring Auto Racers
Vanderbilt Cup Race Today
EEEEEeT alaP ' I
Parkrr aa State Clialrman directed the
vlctdrloua Hill campaign In 1815. Pur-
thermore. Judae McMahon aald. he de-
elred to Impress upon the delegate',
that the I)altlmori convention which
ni mlnatP'l Wnodrow Wllaon also ae- j
lat law Judge Parker to act aa tempo
A second roll call Surprise came whin
Renaeeloer County w.ia reached and Jo.
b. p i Murphy and n: d.iegitee, ill in-
,urw.nt. vt, fr rnrltcr. Thla shownl
that the nntl-Charles P. Mnri hy for
are not united on all qucet'ona
The roll cull brought out
iiy Hj vot. s
for Sapne and HI for Pirxer. This
does not repreamt the full IneUfBOnl
strenath nn the q icstlon of tha Ouhef
nMorla nomination. Jiblye Parker he.
gan ilia speech at .l.lo o'clock.
Judge 1'arker made a tea strike with
tha opening sentence of hia speech.
"Oentlemcn." he said, "I am a p-nsre-slve
Judge parker reminded tho convention
that he wrnto the m'-oritv decision In
Ihe Hake Shop case, wtveh was over-
I..- fie.. ,.f Wla w'w .i-.IM In
,hp ,.,,,., , Ae-aaja. Coi. RoOgOVtll
anil Col. Bryan. Judge Parker eald. ti.t.'e
OrlttclsSd the Hake SVtop can - dl
on tho itround that It Waa tgalnel the
r.ghts of 1 1 .or and he ,lnl-ne.l t
dcclslnn constltutel the nrtuiniil ci HI
PARER GETS SYMPATHY OF
Judge Parker took an aggr agalve p
tlon from the atart and li le. flrhtln at
titude jf it the aymparhy nf the great
crowd. He felt the crltlcletng that hul
b.en levelled g him gfid he s'.IOWOd It,
"It la nH tn tho power," he aald. "of
baMava In prngrese
I beiieyo In
some pi jK'ress under 111.- constitution of
?" V"U,A Btifm w anu-nd tl
from time to time
fro.n nmi lo tut
wi urn :11a au.iresseH in .nivn'lee t.e t-
I ment or dellverv
llrst time. H
took up the abanra
made in Baltimore that lie revreaented
'1 -otnoa F. Rynn. In lonea fiat were
heanl throughout tho I. nil Judge Park
"To ollsat I ever bad " he aald,
"00 aid oontrol toy polltloal action..
Bat, further than that, Thoxaaa T,
Byaa waa never xay elleat, aad X
sever received a dollar from
Thomaa T. TSyan to n Ufa."
"Now I want to captain lo you for the
first lime why tiie delegation of ninety
men from New York st Ilultlmore. of
whom twenty-five or more were fully
There is a limit to style
and a limit to quality.
And Young Hats "go
Derbies and Soft Hats, $3 & $4
(hilv Htnrr on
Nishu st , No, If
Miii . .. . n Knirp
91 1 Fulton H I
OM"s1t. flty Hall
PUT THE OTHER
; IN THE BANK.
Har IOC Bottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
un win. aiv so vol RSK.i.r.
I.HIK I Hs sr.Li. IT.
I Mrilc'iarJ. W.k.-r. .HI spring .. S. V
Werlg Hania Wark WaaSera.
Rah- De Talma
iu1lf1cd t-i go to the i-liitfonii and de
fend uny qwSttlaS "f rirht. Ml rilent
under the alt.wk msile on the N.-w York
deleegatlon and Indirectly on me.
WHY NEW YORK WAS SILENT AT
"We remained quirt becauae we de
cided we nad better suffer nn In.llnnlty
there than divide the convention In two
Who knew thnt cither of the progress
he.. Clark or Wilson, would he nom
inated. We weir for cither of them nn
for a imltcl Democracy ami were tin
willing to h"tn In any peraonnl niatti 11
which miKiit endanger the praapaot for
a trlumphnl nutrome for Ilia DaSkaafSO
In the convention.
"I do not wiei to do nn lnluatlce '.n
Ihe yentlemeti who have epoken from
Ihe flo-r here :h!e afternoon In oppo
Mtlon to me, a.n.l 1 hope 1 am not do.
ir,K thnn an HUVOtleOi but I cannot but
believe th.tt thel;- PUTpoee g to Injure
I cur cauee an-l inv the Kroiindwork for
future injur.- to the ticket we arc 10
nominate hero ,111 1 t. e platform we are
Thla Statement, made with great
eiirneetne.. met with no protestations
frciT the Insurgent element In the eon-
jnriu,. Park, r
lnjed what might be
called his persons Introductory remari-.i
with this statement, tr.ule 10 nn audi
ence that listened With breathless Interest-
"I resent and ro.millate any aUKR s-
tiiin r a'ti now of ever have been
From this Judge Parker went Into tag
political aide of tha Occasion alms the
Una of argument familiar to those ,ih .
have :i.. ened to his epce-hes In th
past. But never In '.ilc years haa Judge
Parker put ao much ginger and 1rlllty
Into his remafka, nn.l ll Is proahle that
lie never talked M a mare friendly au
dience lie held fully three-fourths of
the grea: audlen o." spectators to the
close of Ms addr SB, ntul that was eon
d n -le of a faal. Ills talk was not
only on national, but on Mute topic.-:.
tnd 'n Hi
1 trig of bis remarks he
I nir I o 11 islo-i to mention tile names of
William Hulxi u.ol Oo'
Ihese men were chesred
inx. and both
NOMINATION TO STRAUS.!
Progressive Candidate Accepts Ten-
der MaJe by I ciie Way Oet
MOB WOOD, N. V.. Oct. I -Oscar'
straua waa oaTared I is nomination !or
I Governor by the independence League
,. ,. i.ume reaalvail ro-.li. . from II. i
..art 11. Idmburg of New Torn City, for-
... 1 . n M., ,'.. m.nn.l h I
1 erlv Special Atdiorney-iJeneral. wh
was permasatii chalrnvan of the tada
penilen-'e LeSgUe convention in DM. .Mr.
Htr.ius geoaptad the nomination In S
cle'iiam. This apeats to show that Mi
Siraus will also aocasl the nomination
f'-om tiie Independertl Democrats of the
Mr. Li I nirg laid tbg PlUgieeslVe can
didate that l ie league fOttnd Itself 1:1
systpat y wiih many of the ivogreski.e
,.rl ,.-l.tl.H II,. :ibletl thai lie .-. ia Mil
reason arby Mr. straua eould not arcep:
the nomination 0.1 .1 platform substan
tially unchanged of Hint of mi"
OffIn to flip lattnesa
' avr foired to sell our
.an ibaM WholCSaVlO piUfS
A bPaiutirii ttelertion of
Plutnoa. Hi' ti Lusirouo and fihnwy. mril nf thp Klnoit I i i n- Malo
fftock. Every Plume niunrAnfet, uerract anil nn ah .lutf barwsln
IKKNTll 11-4 M tM
Klneat Quality French
rivmovi iu in-'"
longT. with i.i " 1 1. )
elaewhero for 15.00.
our price) while ttu-r
OTHtR LKi SPECIALS
FRENCH PI I MIS Ull nm n.l M UN
llread, I ii II and llraty Heads. liin.l Tied 3 and 4 I'll.
IT In. long. In. tilde . gll.U.'i K.'l la. i--m;. - I in. Ide .. an. lis
IN la. long S In. elite 1. 11.1 SU In laagi all In. wide . . ti.fis
ill la. Imsb. 1 In. wide. . n.US a la. luna, 2m In. wide . . I a.ns
Jll la. long. II in. Hide 7. OS UK In. lung. Illl in. Hide. Ill.tis
M 111 ultlil Ks 1 ll.l Kl send inener ulth oriltr. r'atia.'actlon auarant.rd
nr StSSX raTundSd. W3 nrseav all e.nrei.. . see
MFTH 'AVENUE FEATHtR CO., SOI Fifth Ave.. S. E. Cor. a 2d St.
Vnerlal ler WHnrsdav. the 2d
'xSV. 'XVZ IOC
DHirtx iiKirfv iif-i.K rox-a)jA
rark Mew and t urllaadl .irael aterea
All ear aterea egaa aamrday
Milk Chocolate Covered
Assor ed Nut Clusters
Nm.. i..: el fie tMr luoi .tlw
tnsetner .. I lield 13 pl.re lljl a
ol our l'i. j. im Milk
Clsi'Hll.U. TtMt I.v'i liur.'tl it ex-
tiraiuT teaiiunK rot Ml BOX
IN HOT FINISH
(CnnllflUOi from F1rl V .
and llugh.s w-cre running In tho order1
.named. H M tuin a minute apart.
1 Telr'aff. still leading st the end of the'
fifth lap. had made 38 miles MH feet In 1
31 nilntlter .11 second., an average speed
ot seventv-llve miles un hour. He I'alm.i .
I was Mcand In H Blnatsa Si seconds, 1
I and Wlshjrt was third In thirty-four
minu.ea tiventy-eig.it a.-- nds.
TaMtaC alowed down in the sixth and
seventh lues and .it th. .n.l ,.r .uvuntv I
' ml,- -1 his SVeragS speed had been re
duced to eeventy-ioji mllca an hour. At 1
this po.nl ue 1 alma lost for.y-nve too- j
onus coang.ng lite-, ami Wianan
jioiijie.i oi.o aewoasl poattlon.
Alio drivtia incueieo i.oiph .Milfo-t.
winner of last yea. s VaBuorMII BVatli
at .-avanriah. icu.iy ToihiaK, tn.i Lao
forman. w no set new road race iccuioa
' over the Santa Mon.ca coui.se, ana
! Kaiph Do 1'aima, winner of U)il years
I l.lKiu national and tt'i-i--for-ai races.
Do 1'alnia nnu TattlaS w-re fivorites in
UK betting before the sturt.
The weather c n iltlona Indicated a
possibility that Milliard's record of 74
and a fraction nines per hour for la.i
year's Vunuerolli nttgni he eclipsed.
The race was ca.le.t after a ten-dny
pcsiponcmen:, due to bail area that con
dition, and an Uncompleted course.
Whether the course was aAfg was de
u.uca by olhcials, drivers and nam man
agera up to the hour Of start. ng the
race. Several dr. vers tBalOted tost th.
track was too narrow, tne roadbed wa.
not sufficiently manned" and tnat it
held soft spota.
a'OOUaaada Ol persona arrived a: the
course wilnlii un hour af:cr daynreok
and tba crowds continued criming In
greater nil i.bi ra througnout the morn
Ing. Members uf the Wlarons.ii Na
tional tluard, depofy sneiltls and
special police picketing Ibe course
stiuggled wllh the Huongs.
The crowds were par leularly thick
at each of the four turns and spe-lal
precautions had been t.ii'.en by o.'llccr-
of the state miiiiia ta heap pacta tor
at a safe distance.
I'rnlse for Coinmls. Inner Jnhn.si.
At a Rieetlag Leal night of the .Mas
trr r.Jlldern' Association of New fori
roaolntlona were adopted contmendlnj
Klre Cor.imia-loner Jo. 11. son for savin.
$ t 1.1 In the araotlon of forty -two
new fire hoosae, an for th work don
by the Hureau of l'.te 1'ieve.iilon
which will bg one yi -ir old 10-marrow
Copies of the roolutlons have beer
forwarded lo the rio-rd of Batlmsti
a.id the Hoard of Aldirmen. The .. 1
lutiona dc lure the Kureiu of l-'ire I'rr
ventlon baa cut down the number ai
ntrn ,.. eW York iiy III per cent, unc
irs- IhS appoint inent of ISO 0H'llt!'Vi 1
I Inaneotore t this branch of tlia Kir.
' i hBpartntast.
iWkw.wMfm!S JL J r-lt-Tik
BaaSBri irillBi i IFHsT IT a I l 1 1 Bl'd
B TTJav1x diiiTll 9w
STiM BwZsswT afl
AT l2 RETAIL PRICE
This Week Only
nf rh mni, 1up to un' . ir-til ipathr.
ontlie t, a of lll:.est Ltunlltv Plumes ut
(he Micheat Qualltv rrench Ami u l
' i . Est r tvujlliy wilwfl Plumoa,
- fs -u un iitii i''ir. - g g,-
Cb.jU i.' sridoi i i M . fJj
M i anM eUewhTc for
Mlillr thev laat....
Speclsi lor Thursday, Ihe 3d
csasakLS. , IOC
roi nu nox
ITA,'I4S-,Taii:B ' iK.Ki1 r,,'- an.
ufiea eeej eeeolng unlll 1 1 u'rlork.
evealeig ualll II e'eloek.
54 BARCLAY A
T it- apeelfled atljUt in eii'h lustsu
i u . l i ti tba cautaiusr.
LAUREL RACB TRACK. M.I.. 9 I.
J. The entrlea for to-morriw Sfe
rtiiT SACS Ttsss fair -eld.: ..iiin.
tCXlii; nne mile -l'im Currin. Mj Itnli'i I
'OB. sur JuaOnr. 1ST: Hreskri Her. Illl i
llerrah. I0J: MtmalrO X.. Iu2: KM sir. II:
i .mrllli. 1 OB: Loekl Ueoeae. leT: lr mie. VI.
i;i i.Mi Hill, '-teeiiecluw : aeltias; three
: r.t oils .n.1 ui,M: pim. SBkl krt syiwai
I Hiut t.. mils. M .ni.r, in.': -tlnnaon Hire
1X7: "smi Aagrlo. 1SJ: Aluxsailer. HS) " I
net, IMi RelCB B u.1.
Tlfinn mrr .rWe kannleati: n se: per
I.XHJ: III fiakHgi Yankee Notions, till; lilt I
sajr. 10S; fir Join fsXeaa. Ilil: Sprite. 1l
i nrltnn It.. I0S: Utht n' lv Idfe, 10B; Ulsm
til. Yassee HaUaS aad Sprltr. une-k SstaM
FUl RTfl BA' 11 Slue Point aelllnf st.kc
tl .-si s.l1."l, toe .nil half cj
luaai. Co. oi Hiniwl. 1 H : Briar t'stb. to.
ruamii .is 1 jn.i...i. 1c:t Hatlj Ugbt, ion.
Ian His. . Tartar. HI. Lewln. loll: Hajjpses
10.1: He:. nob. 111. I.enaau an.l Tantr. wil-..
PlPTH SACS Prer tiindl-av; BtOlSg. th-.
irafibki .ml swears I eunw SOI": ml- an.1 a l
1.., Km, II, us KnrSMll. 1IO; II. M. MlllOJ
lo.l, llllanoua. lit: 'blf tig.. I in.
itXTII IMI'll Thr-e yt r olds .nd upeai I
cllinn piirsi' IB" mil-, m'l ,n elskt -tsias.'
JlHl l.rl KI.Sl, los; Janiiirlltis. Ill: Hem
.te.:i uni: lleteisd. list: Fes.1 Xoihollan I. II
Hatter... list: Held I'latle. til.
ttprsatlea iiloetnee of B psaafi, fl0 pxaa
.lainwl. Track fMt.
ip vnim qviu nu circo
10 luun OMR un rir.t
HERE IS A RELIABLE HEALINC
APPLICATION FOR ECZEMA.
Try This Remedy at Our Risk.
"If I could only fiet relief from t hi
terrible itching I wnW give anything
-aid nn eczema sufferer the other day
It was very rnsy for us to advise it
-uch matters now, for our new remerl'
(fiaxo f-nlyc) for skin diseases of a'
-oris stops tbe itching right away.
Hut bctler than that it makes th"
.kin licullliy again. It is made so n
In penetrate right into the akin an
aturatc every portion with ita healiny.
Even in n few days yon raa ee
that Ssxo Salve is siwn going to cles
snay tbe eruption.
No other skin remedy can do s
much for you as Saxo Salve. It i
guaranteed If it docs not satisfy yo 1
abak used for ony skip disorder
give hack your money.
All Rikcr ?nrl He eman
Stores in New York and I
rooklyn ami at all drue I
t'-.res where this bli't
nrl while tign
At the Top of the
Musical World j
The Ceapcst and
Way to Get
la f . bn v It direct from th mana- ,
( "ir. i. TnU 'f - ron maav adan-
toc'a. heal tire -minr vou the middle-
in ii - pro ill a aoj ii in an the heaefll
ir the Imii'ii favtorr nrirea. k
We wht t vou to know the err an I
tlouu'i nu'rlt of the Weaver Planoa Wr I
WAST VOI' TO HAVK A WTHKR IN f
XOX'H Ih iM F. tn Mn-lifK vouraolf
Ita Uptrlo Ity oer othaf planoa coat
intr nonalslerablv rnort. httd for ti
rapin we wlil for u llmltMil time .a'i'
th.' verv ti' 4ial ti ! d unjMi.al utfer i i (
aentl (0 vour h-nia I
AB. OLU1ELY FREE
one uf our lilah-arade t I H I p.
KM. II I aff II ii H PIAMiH. hh awte .
laltlr -oi, avhii free ouialr and leach- '
rr to Inatrtirl von linn In ooeratn the t
After vou have riven II a fair trial 1
and deride to keen It. we make m f
A Special Low
ON BAff TFEM. NO INTEKE9I'.
1 you dMlda nol to kerp t notify u
Ann we nm (-tn nnn iaae tl awiiy, YQI
I.t TKI.V FKEK FR.-M AN'V onunX.
TIiin. and nave nai uni nntaa-a of
hi-. 1 1 ugiu uurt hiiu or iiav-
Ititr n1"v eJ tha Instruitient In vour
" n nuiiir
ivf.vkk I run. ii i s .
WKNKK I'l.AVKK I'l
I I-IIK.IITM 1 .11.. . alx
'leal . . . a l mi an
I r.l I'l l.sus . ,
Wesaf 1'iar.oH and i'layer I'ianus are
a. ml fft, V.w rililn.il. n
WESER BROS.. Bfltt
ai ne. .du .i, i near um at
Open Kvenlna. tr uueutntiucat
Tel. Chelsea 84 11,
CARPET J. & J. W. Williams
Tel. .m. i ii .... Kt: u;t
CLEANING 353 West 54tkSt.
KM.1HNKV.-Oii Oat. I. tnij Mvrv
beloved alia f Jame. McKn.aniey
llelatlv.. unit frlrnd. nr. Invliad I
intend the funeral trom h.r lata seal
dein;., Nn. 4ut) . taja on SLflJ"
.'.I I. i.kiuii reuuli-m luu.s ai la i
M. nt Antiun.'Uiloii l.'hurctl. isi,
ami i ijfi.eni av.
MM BK.-nn Tu..day. Oct. I, WILLIAM
Maiiila. Jaaveg, Ague, and yrank Un
Funeral from m. I.:, reaie.nc,
Weai listh a:.. Thur..i . .
f. m. latersseai oaivarf Osautrrr
OSJOUND AND REWARDS.
L.jsr Moniij MUaa, baletea u aouS,
1 A M nB lob .HI rh.riD MbkaB i 11 V
BLLJium 1 "" m w "('gttV.t1'
An Afrl. mm
P obahly ths moat remirkalile ator.
of liuntlng wild animals l IfrtSa,
Jungles . wr told will be that araaeiu ,
assasrsM ll.pe aaaStsTi?
' I IlEfc. with .verv copy u net flu
day's World, The narriitlvt. 1. thrllll-,
sad netruoiie, and u iiiuafjated i
many piolureg take,, i,v jl, i'a i
j Hum. y eapeditTJn Into gSuViTru.
Africa, where beasts ,if i ,.v ...
inn ii.i.-w u v... ". !'.-. are an., m
v mi m