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HENNESSY NOW THREATENED WITH ARREST;
TAMMANY TRIES TO HEAD Of E REVELATIONS EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. BAGMAN MOTS REPORT SHOWS NO RINDS FROM ANY OF tractors Not on Sworn List. HENNESSY NAMED THEM. Where Did They Go? Who 'Got Them? Did They Travel W'ithTonyBrady's$25,000? i ALHA.NY, Oct. IS. la view of the etatenient of Jobn Hpnnessy that the -Bltulltblc Paving Company, the Bar ber Asphalt Company and other tt tcrested in Slate coutracta com ib utcd to the Democratic Rtate eant-, palgn fund last fall through' Trtjae-1 urer Arthur McLean of Nearburfb. "Murphy's Barman." a tOHiplrte (ml of the contrlbuttom reported by Mr. 1 McLoan to the Secretary of Bute waa aecured to-day. It doei not Include any mention of a ' contribution from tlio Bltullthlc Paving Company, claimed by Mr. Henneair to bavu amounted to to.ino. nor of a contri bution of IS.Hai from the Harber Asphalt Company, which Mr. ltemtiessy claims Mr M I .-an got. Neither does the list carry the names of "Jim" 8tewart. who. Mr. Hennessy says, has given McLaian ;i.',.000, or a contractor named Keibauirh, who Is said by Mr. lli'iinrssy to have givin up tUtOOO lu three ears. .. in who Is Main D .ur. Nemo-say tu tie tlie agent fr the guti rods onTraotori, contributed ti.'NO. Bart Dunn, the New v rk Tammany u.stiict leader who is under indictment in RoeklaAd County, was the only other contractor on the State roads whose name appears In the list. in addition u the tiMoo ha gave Wiir.aui Bulier, Thomaa Ryan nave 10,000 to the 'i.ite Committee and was the lamest Individual contributor. Attfuet Belmont I down for u.ooo m.i Reeve S.i, 1th for (i,00. The name of Samuel A Beardaley. the late Anthony N. Brady's agent, doee not eppcai on the list. Mr. tienneesy say William Sulser refused I25.UO0 from Beardsley and that licardsley took the money to Charles F. Murpby. The largest contribution uppearlna on the list Is a total of Ml MO from the Demo cratic Natloniil Committee. Search of the list for the names of canal contract ors reveals none, although Mr. Hcnnessy aays he has proof of contributions by at least two of these gentlemen. However ht does not name them. Big Tom Mc Avoy la there with .".. Hoaeet Uraft Ucorg- 1'iunkltt 11,000, while tioft Snap Ban Dunn ave measly I--"' Later on Mr. Dunn cam- across with BBO more, gotnt of the names on lus libt r.-ported by Treasurer .McLean fol! 11 Is eworu u iii due lorm as reiiweu "y A.u., .111 AJIUV. Aulc.ir iiswei " '4" ' ""lis 7.' B. N Ml li 1aJ ,i laju i .no , i m r' j-u . i .. ... "i uai uumrrii y. t L hfehtrds If. U. Kelly." J H. M.- 1 W, l'tii'i n.. lerardo. .-Jiin.. ro W. rsIO" I i- 1. M r ij. M. a, ueaaufi" r. i. uewu , j..hn p. Tipaibly. I'.u: i blitiinn... 3- C i.. A. U. M f- Q .1, K'liMi f. '""i nor . . 1.. L in,- M. J. tinr, lu.... l..irt il. .mi T. V M A '. ... (.'. t. Nor,-. IV li f. -.I'liiu.. s.i. ruai. l0.'Hrt) nr. n , i aUU j. gtaaoit. . . . a. Jiikiii. . . 91, !: ... 11. Mu-phj.. II. 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Br Co. 1Tb New BUS INTERESTS IRATE NEIGHBOR MAY HAVE SHOT AT SICK BABY "Shut That Brat Up," Yelled Disturbed Sleeper Bullet r Follows When Cries Continue After waiting nine days for poll:e aid. John Helmuth. a steel and Iron merchant, with offices In the Hudson Terminal Building, reta ned private de tectives to-day to learn who tried to shoot hl esieii-ment.'n-old biby. John, while tlie iiaby was crying In Its co In the Helnnitli apartment N'. Northern avenue, at One Hundred and Iiiglity-flrst street. The hs'-y had been Buffering from in digestion for several daye end was under the constant care of a physician, who had ordered that It be kept near an open window when asleep. The baby erl-d almost constantly from pain, waking at brief internals through the night, un the nigh; of Oct. 1-' a man s voice shoJt-t-J from a n in. low openluit on the 'n terloi court o! the house on which 'ho window of the nursery opened: "Hhut tnut hrai up I Choke It I" Lw ,,., iiMimofh ran to the. ..La... t .h.ir on mom. but aaata I not tell from what apartment the shout came. They weut to bed a Utile later At I o'clock in the moiiilnif the baby began to cry again. Mrs. Helmuth made him as comfortable as she could and returned to her room. Little John mmm mtu rrinir. She had hardly put out the llgnt when a revolver snot , rasneo in me cou, there was a tinkling of glass In the n.,... rv Ttia iielnuuhs ran in. There was I shattered hole In the , found the t'OOr uniocked Inside Wat window, a foot above the baby's crib , Mm. Morgan, they salJ. with her waist and bite of glu-s lay on the coverlid. , disarranged, her half down and )oun! The bullet had crossed the room, flat- Lewis lying partly dressed mi the hed tencHl against the wall and dropped on the readier i o-.. So. M SH charged behind the radiator. Mr. Halmuth made I agalnet h u Lewis aii wife. -Nol an Investigation at once, but cojij not 1 folk, Va." I, ace the shot. Mrs Morpan sa.d that in Septemoer a Mr. Helm ith told a reporter of The I new lodgei appeared In the Ninet, -ulnih Kvenlng World to-day that he bad -tone to the police of tne St. Nicho,as avenue station to make a complaint, but had oeen lold by a lieutenant that the police could do nothing In the case unless be could furnish thorn with the name of the riersrm who Mud the ahoL He did nut near of the matter again Mr. Helmuth nayi he knows the man who shouted at the baby, but has no means of piovlng that the same man fired the shot. GARRISON 0FFT0 PANAMA, jusi taaaal insiteeiion tour, any i Herrelary of War. Undley M Oarrlaon, secretary of Wat. accompanied by Mrs. Okuriaon and Sen, R. M, Weaver. Chief of the Coast Artillery, salle.l tu-dav for Panama en t :' iteamihlp Colon of the Panama line. i m making no inc-isi trip" said the gaaratan ,,f War, "almply making Ply annua', inepectlon totlf, I a-u nine . pleased w.th t:.e 'irk done on the Paname Canal and am eomevliai ? lirlnel n tl,e thorough manner in which the work was tCCOnrpllehed, taking into coMBderation ' ' magnitude of the work inl the t ine it reiuired. " do pot ex tie i to gi anal via water, and it tl I no Ig'i .lie n) lite; lion t,, return he November I.' The gecretar) of W.ir would not u cues t.ie .icgtcan vituation. BARS CELLULOID FILMS. f'raoce lasaea Order Kittson Maya Can't Be ralfllleg. A despatch from Paris saya that atne- mstngraph fllma of celluloid will be pro hibited In France by a. law which will go Into effect Dec. 1. They will be re placed by a new Invention which Ii said to have been shown In exhaustive tests to be tndeotructlble by Are. Thomaa Edison eays- "Mo known ma teriel can taste the place of ths present celluloid alas." Circulation Books Open to All." Th frss. I'ibiWKise lark tVurlill. NEW WIFE SAYS HUBBY i El E Female Detective Took Her to Hotel Where Husband Had Set a Trap. DECLARES HE BOASTED. "It Cost Me Only Si, OOO to Get You," W ife Quotes Him in Affidavit. ,ry n Mor(tRn. miM for Unnt fcr """h c Mor':',, ,,f ,he ou,,",e NCUritMl department of rharlrs II. !Jo'" - 8 company, 0f no m uroaj ' tr-et, submitted artidavlta to-day to JtiStUlS Oaffetaon in tne Suptetne OottH In Brooklyn charging her hurian.l with erlmlna conspiracy to blacken h-r character. The Morgans wire married In HOT In the I.ltile Church Around the Corner and separated In UU, Mrs, Morgan i wee re. be .tune or his attent'.on to Miss Jeun Lynch, a sten .grapher. Mr Marfan, who lives at No. ;'H7 West Mventy-alntb street, chargei bla wifo with mlaooadttOt between July 1 and Sept. 5, lei!, with a 'nun unknown to him at No. 'X We: Nlnety-ii.iith 1 street, where she had lodwltiKs: with; another man. not named, from Sent. to Sept. ::. at No HI W'-st I'orty-sev- enlh street; with another, Aug. .'7 at ih- Colo il.l Millet; w In another. Sept. 1 at the M itel Braddock, and with B. L Lewis. .Sejit lu, lit tiie Hotel Monsey at No. U West One 1 1 uml i"l end Twenty-fourth stu-et. CAUGHT WITH MAN IN RAID ON HOTEL ROOM. Ti e testimony offered aaaln it her was supplied la affii,iitH by Jacob Cohen, a defective; Arthur C. Turner, an em ployee of Jonei & Co., and Jack la, B Cnmmlnga, Who "aid that Ihe) aoOBm- t .nil i Mr. Morgan on the nlghl ol nept. 13 to ti.e ii. .ii; Monsey and look mom No. t. They t un w,nt to room No. street bouse, calling herself Mia. noro- thy wainiey, iney oecanie eer aooo friends. Sept. U Mrs. Walkley, sue said. Introduced an elderly mun as a Mr. Anderson of Los Angeles, her tiance and a very wealthy merchant. Mrs. VNalkley and Mr. Anderson inv.ted her to go o it for the evening. They vlstted many restauiants and cabare'.a .rid drank a great deal. Mi". Morgan said. At aonntag) la rlariam, young Lew,- spoke 10 Mi. Andereon and woe intro duced as an old friend from Newport Va. Mrs. Morgan said that she he-ami very sick whlls they were riding throug Central I'ark, and alter tli.it ner head cleared and she btteV everj thins that was going on COUPLE LEFT ALONE IN ROOM OF HOTEL. After midnight Mr, Andereon u. gcted that they go to the Hotel Monsi ami plat card made th arrangv nn-nts tor t ie room, Mrs. Morgan said and I Bey eiit t.i oom No. IW ami pl.ni.i cards for a time. The women took off then hats and coau at the sUggeetluii of Mr. Andereou. He explained, -cording to Mre, Morgan, thai lie i taken a r gim In another pari of t:. hotel for lunis-.f and Mr. I.eai-. Mr". SValklc. made an exi ise fo ,,HV.,,g ,a , Anderiuiii foil ii alter a While, and Mr iwed ner. l- tvlng lira Morgan ai ne with Mr Lewie, abonati taken oft hlg coal and roller during the card anic. .-'he i e ura t,at alien the raiding pan., entered Mr Lewli wiih at tic window and cm on the bed, hlch wa .-iinewh.it rumpled becauge Mrs. watklej had been lying on it, Mrs. Morgan further iweari 'h it bi i huabiiiul lauhei at her lUbsequentll when in a aeventh avenue reetauram where she acoidently mat bim in the aompant of Mrs rValkUy ami told b i that tt had. cost li!n, only $1,000 to (ri her. Khe aagOd to. UU u week al -mony and eounaal fee. Justice Ogrrat aon took the papers. Derldeil Hedui tleni hi Vm Tariff. Mtr-el leiisirtel Ms. sro.il .r Ipsflis-.ti- -thi Mtdiol trtad. D'd ires lie Is, psessls. Now 10'. Asi Aaew. atanali Ceadtt Ce, susjss,-A4ii, . - ava-' ea esi . HIRED WOMAN 10 LUR HER TO RUIN YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, ANOTHER CHILD W heels of Big Auto Pass Over Three-Year-Old Julius Sur back in Brooklyn. CHAUFFEUR SET FREE.?, He Is Allowed to Go Pending an Investigation by the Police. Ar. automobile mail truck of the tpe w-hloh have heen spieaditig dismay hy thetr reokleaa charges through traaraad ftrrets In Manhattan slmte the transfer of the mails was put In charge, of auto- mobile contractor! who took the place of the o il c:ige-wagons drawn by bony boraea, billed a boy this afternoon. The little tellow was Julius rlurhack. aged three veais. He was run down at Fourth eepth avenue and Seventy-sixth j street While niH.Uiig In the street. The driver of the truck, C. II. Hmlth of No. im i.'hauncey straet, weia taking a load ol parcel post mall out through Flathuali. The streets were not crowded and he had a block to slacken cpeod according to wltnessc.i- to avoid running into the children. These witnesses say , lie drove bis hlg car at some distance from the curt, apparently relying upon the command of hia horn to clear play- j iiik eiiiioren alio oinir pe. sella out or the way, Tne lime gurbach boy made no ef fort to gi : out of lie way of the car. Apparently he did not realise his dan ger. The tru-k knocked him down and the wheels passed over the middle ,,f his body. Smith stopped the car at once, run bxok and pic ked up the little boy, He laid hi. ii on the seat of the truck and made all speed to the Nor wagian Hospital, a.ieie little Jullua was taken charge by Or. A horn. Tie hoy died almost as soon as he Wei loJd on ihe operating table, Smith, who Ii employed by C ha rial liiuen "f No. IH Chauaeey street, mill transportation sontraotor fm the itrook- lya post cfllce, wax allowej to go hy the police uf.er he had given Ids na.ne ami addreae, pending tun Inveitlgetloa the casualty F'VE-YEAR OLD BOY KILLED BY A WAGON. H igh Kelly, five years old. stinted to run acroM the street in front of hi" home nt No. IK'.' Last Klghty-nlnth street to-day. 11- did not set a delivery wagon going -as! and ran against the front wheel, lie was knocked dOWfl and the wheels passed nver Ills hody. The eh Id died before an amhualnre from Reception Hoapltal itaiiou b Pa trojman acuner ernvra, ran aagsstt was iirtien ov igor .iaritiari of Pluahing, l. I.. win was not blamed hy ItneelM win saw the ac. Ident. MORE SURVIVORS HERE. Iliiiilr lli-lntta il I'assrniiers W ho Were on tultnrno. Twenty-elirht steerage passengers of the lout VoltUinO, ho Wei e picked up hy the gtlnnaapoltai arrived on the Olympic to-day. I Bay were taken care of by the lleliiew Shelter und Immigrant Aid Society, and the manager of the Uranium Hue, owner of the Vollumu, provided them all with new Clothing I', a. Fourman. paseniter aient of the Hue, want down the ba lu meet them and made arrangementi to land thmn t their varloua points of deitinatloa In this country and Canada. Wellwell rVeiipard was one of the t as aengere. He had hi wif, ami two chil dren with Iii in on tl.e VoitUrnu and thought them lost until hi reached here tiiii, morning, lie wai told then that H ume. in., eia-year-old daughter, wae here in New fork and that his wile anil jther child were oogelng ha n the i 'n nun tu. , having been pleked up by the CRUSHED TO DEATH BY A MAIL TRUCK Devonian. Wellwell a happ) man!" inaiu Haale laaai " ii it oak Barbot. ' Br Hi ihiei aiaetug mi of So, tfj HOMU.VV, Britiah India. Oct. B.. Thai Baal Neu Vork ivenui had given toll h Bombg) .""hare m., id. t uloaed yaaterdgylta baby .1 few houn before tne mam n eongeQuenoe of h pan..: foiiowma: a broke Oellnnt Kolioeman Oaum of the treatandoui fail in Bombay mill ihareel e'laibush avenue etailoe carried her ami and the failUrg of a looker for BpPrOg he lnfBh out of the flooded houet matel) paai.ati), n Bddiilon to fourteen Tbat Bri inginei ime to puuvp out mre- r. cent falhirei, The price if goodj ' illan end cn of 'he Kletbuah m 'he market at Kurrgohee as wel; as' eVgtere'orki Comnaii 1 ic. I n ier tns Bomba) ina.e Market had been de- I PVf Ihl IBlltl I repall t ie leak. prilled ' .1 - . ne dayi olng tu lean of! Bgk lallWM 1 FOR RACINg K PAfifc 1ft, ' p WO.f WHOSTCMPS IS THE CROWDED STREETS FOR WVStON. Mrs. J. Bn)rdea tfurrlman addressed i hig erowd of werklngynea at the Battery it noon to-ibiy. she rapped Tammany aa hard a the ablest sp. llbinder oouM do it and ' many reasons why Kuslon shmld win at the pollg, LIGHTNING HITS THREEAREKILLED Others Stunned and Hurled From Hordes as Bolt Strikes in Midst of Men. KOUITON. Tex., Oct. it A bolt of llgfl tnlnK struck a Column uf troops uf i tile Sixth United Statee t'avalry march- 1 iiik between Tea rity and OalvagtOe) to-day, kttltM rrtvatca Monroe Morrta Qeorge Morrta "'id John y.lmmer v terinary Burgeon Devlne was ught- iy injured and levera! troops ri wergl knocked from their horaee, A nnmher of hOregg ami moles werij I killed, The regiment was en route to Galves ton tor target praatlca Tne boil etruuk raa wagon train, wan arhleh the three -nan were detailed. Maui' Bold era wert, eaveroli ibackad FLATBUSH FLOODED WHEN PIPE BREAKS. w iter Sh lots l ive Feel High and Police Rescue Mother arivi Infant, lis. I w.iiam Henry Moah '' itater! ground l-"la' hash in t tin virtmi, of Keel New Vork and Alhanv avenUM near noon fo-d.iv, t.e wo ,'i sirelv hale he gun lolieetlag the unatiachad animal In the dbttrlef and healed then toward tne ark I'or v en a Ink WBtBf inalii o ne' broke i hAre was a tt,,., i I 0 eomi : i t, hslghl wo. -li ftHenijOWrTlggei 3fHCjl Lgea? bTH COLUMN OF TROOPS Circulation Books Open to 1913. 20 "I'LL GET WELL." DEFI TO DOCTOR Man Who Took Mercury by Mistake Making Courageous Fight for Life. SITS UP AND READS. i Physician Says There l No Hope. Rul Patitni Merely Smiles. faaae Levy, the aged clothier who swallowed four Mchloridc of merc.iry tablet! last Mon lay meriting In mis take tor aarmlesi aanarin, declares he isn't going to die. Although hla nlivlcia .. Dr. .la oh Ssrnoff of No. Islt Klghty-nfth street, Hath lleach, h told him thai his end Is only a matter of days, or po"tbly hours. Mr. Levy lies refused to become dismayed. In the S mshlne gantUuiUttl in C'opsey aven'ie. whither Dr Sarnoff hurrlel him from his home. No. tw. Tweiitv -second ti ienue, as soon as he dllCOt ereil tiial his patleat had taken folsnn. Mr Levi ipeiuls Ills lime propped up on pillows In his hed. milling with Ilia members of his family or reading I feel no pulu nnd I know I am going to get well, be peralsfs, and Dr 8arnoff only hkc4 In . head nnd tells visitors that Me. Levy Is mistiken The physlrinn hcllev.e mere Is no hope for him, though h Considers that If there , were, Mr Lew's Indomitable spirit would greatly Increase Ills chances of 1 recovery ' The mo maOr I of the clothier a family sre In. .ken hearted, thouach they are encouragssg. sualnst their .ludgment, by the husband stnl fith r's courage There ire few minutes of the day when his wife or some of h s children are not with him Htx of Mr. Levy'! eleven children are married and have home" In scattered si Otlom of Brooklyn Aa soon aa Dr ttar nnff realised the condition of the old ' man he sen: word to all of thorn to I visit their fatt r for the last time. 1m j mediately the eleven gatherel at the fnmilv home a Tew nty-se, ond avenue and th I thev are stavb.g waiting for the end. Of them all only Mr Levy la thOruUghly Confident and inidleiuroaU ESCAPE AT MULD00N S. lie. Hlrtilrr, a H'nlker. la Irrrsleg by 11slab. PORT OUaWTBH, N f., ct n Dr.. "Ben" gtldstar. who baa been a DOmpaalon Pf .lack I.ondou. to anler, on several trli'S, was arrested line last ingnt through a miltake, vVnru nan been recalved here that a patient at Moldnon's health resort lit IM chare .ad d riap beared and tee police were on the lookout for the m ling patient lM Bidder Wag on g walMni.' trip, and when he pa lead through the village wearing a riding Bull ami carrying a hurl Whip Hi" P"! e Jumped to the .on I ision that In was the milling man. He w is taken to the iteilon, art ?:e a -on establlehad hla Ideatlt) and lias allowed i" depart lie was rather Indlgnani over bli eaperlenct. but ai cepted t ie apoioglea or ibe pollcl Cold Weat-her Coming! BlimrJs btvi been sweptng duwn fnun t lie Qregt l ike rciuti in iiiulli is Trxii, ihil New York may fgpegt hct prii tail uf (rigidity 111 the very neir luture. Hive you given careful lliuuKht as tu wiiere y,u w.ll or 'lying when t lie zero mark .. rftclwdl Oon'l be ClUgbl in a house, suite of rooiiiv or an apartiiicm where prox ,.1'itis !.r heat, light, VOntlUllon, rVv , liai : not blin w?il lookfd after C WORLD 'TO LB I 1 0,)r7 ads LAST WEEK (IT Mure Ihsii the Herald. I Ime. lt x''J' M'tu'lt" ,esa IHU II For prtwnt fManeltl II house.,, ListniM, apartmeni, stnres, offices, rfgctorlgi, BC . tl fie 0VBI HALF A-THOUSAND WORLD "TO LtT" u rO'DAYl POISON VICTIM'S 'Ba., All." PAGES ; TAMMANY FRAMES UP A SCARE FOR HENNESSY BY CRIMINAL ACTION Lawyers Plan Arrest for Libel orj Account of His Charges Against the Organization Leader and Candidate McCalL CHIEF MURPHY DENIES PURCHASE OF JUDGESHIP "Hennessy's Speech Last Night Was Diabolical He Invented the Sulzer Statements' Declares McCall. A rlslt paid by WHIItun Travers Jerome to Dbtrld-Attorney Whit man at noon today jfave rise to the report that Mr. Jerome had been re tained by Edward B. McCall to institute criminal libel proceedings against John A. Hennessy. The information came from sources outside the Dis-tiki-Attorney's office and Mr. Jerome. Judge McCall, it is said, regards the intimation of Hcnnessy that he (McCall) paid Charles, h Murphy for his nominltton for Justice of the Supreme Court bought his nomir.?tion, in effect criminally libelous. Tammany Hall gossip has it that Judge MoCall's interests in this respect are in the hands of a committee of Tammany lawyers, who have held at least two conferences and have decided that the only u-ay to shut off Hennessy is to bring a libel action against him. TALK OF PROCEED1SG AGAINST SVLZER. This committee of lawyers ,it is said, is also framing up a way ot instigating criminal proceedings against William Sulzer. Mr. Jerome refused to talk about uV matter when he left the District Attorneys' otfice. Mr. Whitman was informed of the nature of the gos sip attending Mr. Jerome's visit. "All I can say," said the District-Attorney, "is that I wasn't asked to have anyKkly indicted hy Hie Grand Jury." That some course of action has been mapped out by Tammany was indicated by Charles P, Murphy's attitude to-day. He has been saying ever since Monday that as soon as William Sulzer was through making statements there would bf a complete and satisfactory Murphy statement To-day the boss had clunged his mind. "1 don't know that I'll say anything at all," he declared. "At any rate, I'm not ready to talk now." Mr. Murphy then broke a ion? -.uiUing rule. He made a prediction. He sai.1 that if the election were held to-morrow McClU'l plurality would be at least l5o,ooo, and that the sentiment for the Judge Is growing all thj time. "CHIEF" SAYS HE MEAS IT. "Do you really mean that?'' asked one ot his hearer. "Ot course I do," be replied) calmly. Mr. Murphy us a k-i ,.Uut Henngggjr'l statement that Judge McCall I lOUf&t ',H BootlnaUon. The iius pausfd a muiueut herom rapljrias; "Jndgr Bit all paid mef" bf ejaculated, UnaUj. -I don't hate to ausMt-r that ggjrggi hut I will MJ that It Is abiulutr nuiiHensa to luggrfct thai liulife Met all paid anybody. And that la aa far aa I will go nlth Mr. John llrnnrNsy." Judge. MoCall adilrrHsrd an UtUMBM audience of business men at noon to day in IBa rOOBU of tbl Truvellfrb" Leaguu of Atuerka at No. 56U itroadway. Hi mad no BOBWar to any of tno Hnnneny or riulier cliaruoa, but oonftned btnaalt to a taobBletl diiousblon of the mbway sltuatlnti aa it applies to j ihu Purrai MltebaL Th niretliiK wai u ureal illHiippointment. Judge Mcf'gll'i hegrart llsteneil regpeotftllly bad gpplaadad tth reserve. There wasn't a alga o cnt litis las 111 about Iba OOUaalOD alQwUfh the candidate threw all his force and paraonallty into his aiidtos. ASKS M'CAU ABOUT ' CHIEF." as tbt Ju4i ws laavlni Bona oan foiled at him: "How'a tba chif?'' ih- did not boar or protondad iiot to bear, but the .ut.o raid i a iam,-u anr) lorna Jeering, William Bulger laauad denial tontay of tba ta ment nnt down front Vltitiuy that hu hah 100,OOQ on deposit In a hank In Toronto, Canada. Tbg genial m oaeral, lie laid ba arould is-ne a mat. t.u ut tuu aftornoon. Mr. SuI'-r and his wife krpt to tholr room In the Broadway lYutral Hotel all through tba muring nnd the sariy afteraOOB. James C. Harrison, who was si'nt to t ho Albany County Penitentiary for contempt of t!i,' v. is? ta lly Htid wbs rolafsMd yesterday 0B parole by u Jtnpremo Court Jtiitlcr, ap. '.uv-arvO at tUa hotel at u 0 eioek auii 1. .w-.aM. EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. aonounccil that be wag In etaria u( 1 I J .