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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 192,2.
(Republican Campaign Leaders
I Fear Contrary Political Minds
? May Favor Ex-Gov.Smith Up-State
State Chairman Morris's Warning, "Keep Your Eyes
On Albany and Syracuse," Taken as Indication of
Direction to Which the Wind Is Veering. f
' By Joseph S. Jordan.
Alt political broadcastings up to dato Indicate) that thero In Rolngr to be
Dm .warmest kind of a right up-Stato over tho Gubernatorial candidates of
the two leading parties, and balloons eont up Into tho political sklcM bring
ro turns of contrary winds.
"Keep your eyes on Albany and Syracuse," warns Republican Stato
jChnirman George K. Morris, after hU return from a visit to both cltlcu and
a. conforenco with Gov. Miller. "Al Smith's popularity up-Stato la proverbial
and tlicro Is no denying that ho Is strong In Onondaga, Gov. Miller's homo
county, but ho has for an opponent a man whoso record gives him tho op.
portunity of making a wonderful campaign.
'But there Is no uso of denying It
we aro up against a mighty hard
Cent. Hut unless wo Ho down on tho
job wo arc going to win."
"Chairman Morris Is right," said
Joseph Murphy, Dcmopratlo loader of
Troy. "Ho can bet they're up against
a mighty hard fight, and you can bet
they are not going to win. Keep your
oyes on Albany and Syracuse is
right. Al Smith will carry both cities
tho Capital City, whero Gov. Milter
has made his home for tho .last '.wo
, years, and Syracuse, his old home
town. , . ,
"Gov, Miller went to Troy last wek
and did all tho talking and dldn 1
have a corporal's guard to cheer him.
Tho Governor had it all his own way.
as usual, and talked for one hour and
flfty-flvo minutes-by tho watch.
"Former Gov. Smith Is 'going to
Troy, which Is noxtUoor to Albany, on
next Monday night, and not less than
25,000 people men and women will
turn out to welcome him. That's what
they think of Al Smith up State.
Former Gov. Smith has announced
that, beginning next week, ho will put
omo questions to Gov. Miller as ti
party responsibility, "which two yeai
mgo ho said was an clement necessarily
Involved In a State campaign." Just
now, ho says, ho wants to drive horn
tho fact that because Gov. Miller say
that his administration waB one -i
economy. It doesn't follow that such
la tho case.
Ho quotes Gov. Miller as saying tw
ytars ago that tho Smith administra
tion was all right, and now he savi
n's all wrong.
"His statements don't mean any
thing," said former Gov. Smith. "Be
Joro a court of law or a Jury they
wouldn't stand for a minute. At
Cooper Union last week he stated that
Bine was tho most wasteful and ex
travagant administration in the State.
Thai's a statement hard to reconcile
with what hp said on ine nun 01
(vinivr txun vcam Qiro at Glen Cove.
Referring to tho management of State
affairs In my administration lie said:
Tn.ttifiillv uni-nUlnir. these affairs
Jiavo been pretty well managed.
"What do you think Gov. Mil
ir wnntri kav to a lury about n wit
ness who Immediately after the close
of my Administration said thai I had
.managed affairs pretty 'well and then
two years afterward, when he wanted
r Vin mihlli. misled Into believing
b lot of doctored figures oiou. State
expenditures, nctually turned com
nletelv nround and modo 'he abso
lutely opposlto statement tht I had
been guilty of gross extravagance? I
call this to tho attention or si think
ing people and I ask any man 01
woman who Is giving any considera
tion to Gov. Miller's plea of
economy not to accept blindly what
Gov. Miller says, but to look Into
the facta as they aro and as I put
them In my speech Tuesday night.'
A rumor was started yesterday.!
irom me uora oniy KnowB wnere. mm
Dr. Royal S. Copcland, Democratic
candidate for United States Senator. I
was going to lsrue a statement to tho I
effect that ho was going to hroas
away from the Democratic platform
and run on a "dry" platform of hlh
own. Una paper published the rumor.
When tho candidate was asked about
the story, he said:
"I was nominated on tho Demo-
nntU tt.l.tt nni If t liari tint hn In
substantial agieement with tho plat
form, I wouldn't have accepted the
nomination.
When Senator Colder was Informed
of the rumor, hn said: "1 can only
refer to my record. I voted agatnxt
tho 'eighteenth Amendment and th
Volstead act. However, I am atromt-
ly in iavor or ino cniurcoment ui mo
law."
Senator Calder will address a meet
ing tn.nlirht In tha needier Memorial
Church In Brooklyn. Last night, with
Col. Wlllam J. uonovan, ucpuDiican
candidate for Lieut. Governor, and
Judge Ersklne C. Rogers, candidal!
for Attorney General, the Senator fol
lower former Gov. Smith at Yonkoru.
To-morrow night tho same trio will
talk at New Rochelle.
Tammany last night selected Magis
trate John E. McGeehan as the
Democratic candidate for tho placo of
Justice of the City Court, left vacant
by tho death on Sunday lust of Jus
tice Edward K. O'Dwycr. The nnml
nation wan made at a Joint meeting of
thu Democratic County Committees of
Manhattan and tho Bronx In Tam
many Hall.
The Republican Comity Committee
f M mi hull mi will meet lo-duy to din
cuss methods of bettering tho cam
paign, but no action will bo taken re
garding tho successor of the lato Jus
slco O'Dwycr, A nomination, It waH
ascertained, will bo mado somo time
next week.
In tho ovent of tho election of Mag
istrate McQcchun, of which thero Is
llttlo doubt, Mayor Hylnn will liavo
tho naming of unother Magistrate.
Mayor Goorgo R. Lunn, Democratic
nominee for Lieutenant Governor, la
proving a great running mate for Al
Smith. At tho Yonkors meeting on
Tuesday night ho plunged Into the
Issues of the' campaign and challenged
Gov. Miller to come out on tho sub
ject of direct primaries, which nt the
Inst session ho had abolished ho far
as the Stnto ticket and tho Judiciary
went, and on his action In weakening
tho Workmen's Compensation Law.
"Ho and his Republican Leglsla
tuyo," Mayor 'Lunn said, "changed
tho law so that tho .Injured man now
comes In direct contact with the in
surance companies, and what a
clianco a poor man has! Mr. Miller
objectu to being called a dictator. The
Governor Is gottlng mad over the
campaign Issues, and when you gel
mad In politic-, you'ro gone."
A few minutes later Mayor Lunn
got mad himself when a heckler with
a volco like a flddlo out or tuno Intor
ruptcd him with a squeak. The
Mayor had been talking about settling
trolley differences in Schenectady,
whero there has nover been a trolley
strike In his rour terms at Mayor,
everything being settled by every
body sitting .In around tho table.
"And what did tho carmen get out
or It?" came the rasping squeak of the
heckler.
"Sixty cents an hour!" proudly rc
sponded tho Mayor.
"Hah, hah!" rasped tho heckle'.
"In Yonkcrs they only get forty -flvt
cents an hour."
Thero "was a general laugh nnd
Mayor Lunn got very red. Ho dldn t
hrar the "YonkersV part of It. and he
went back with volco and arms up
lifted. "Sixty cents!" ho cried. "I guess
I'm tho Mayor"
Kormcr Gov. Smith and others in
tho platform put him right . on the
Yonkcrs end, nnd tho Mayor of Schon.
rctady's faco was wreathed In smiles,
is ho nnnworod: ,
"Excuse me. I Bald tho men wero
letting CO cents an hour In Schenec
tady." Out of tho ripple of laughter that
followed, mingled with applause,
arose the rasp of the heckler:
"I wish wo had a Mayor like you In
Yonkcrs. by Godl"
Tho roor nearly wont off at that.
Mayor Taussig of Yonkcrn .was pre
siding at tho meeting.
Vf. Royal S. Copcland, Democratic
candidate for United States Senator,
to-day mado public a letter in which
ho answers queations put to him by
tho League of rtVomen Voters. Dr.
Copclnnd states In Sils letter relative
to the Volstead act that "I am In ac
cord with tho Democratic platform;
u long a tiio Volstead act rcmaliri
In effect. It must bo enforced." Dr.
Adolph Lorenz said to-day that he
had prophesldd some tlmo ago that
Dr. Copcland would bo a leader of
men, not only In New York City but
In tho Stato, and that. ho was much
surprised nnd pleased to loam upon
his return-to tho United States that
his prophecies had been realized.
ATJMY I)Hllf!llil,t3 imUAYRIl '111
IIAVI3 SKW MOTOR I'UT I.-v.
EL l'AKO. Tex., Oct. 12 Tho giant
dirigible C-2 was expected to loav
Kort BIIbs hero Into to-day or carl
to-morrow, on tho second leg of Itf
trip to LanBlcy rield, Va.
The monster nlrshlp. which arrlvei
hero yesterday from Itoas Field, Cal
whs hnvlnp new .motor put In to-day.
The next Jump will be from here to
San Antonio.
Former Governor and Mrs. Smith
und their son A'fred Smith Jr., who
will cast his first vote this year, will
register this afternoon between G and
B.1G at P. S. No. 1, In Henry Street,
opposlto their rcsldcnpc, No. 23
Oliver Street.
The Women's National Rcnubllcan
Club, No. 38 Wtst 39th Street, to-day
punned resolutions Indorsing tho Ad
ministration of President Harding, ex
pressing their grateful appreciation of
his "wise and patriotic leadership
and his enactment or a "Just tariff."
"Tho administration of Gov. Miller Is
Indorsed." Above nil, his Integrity, his
IBest Sc Co.
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Established 1879
Friday and Saturday .
Walk and Stand
NAT U RALLY
avoid
FOOT TR8UBI
When you walk, your weight
should travel along the 26
bones that radiate from your
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body's weight, causing ul
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To insure normal action oi
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They are spetlally constructed
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Style sh wn above, J9.C0
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magnanimity and wisdom," It li
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TYPHOID CARRIER"
IS UNDER ARREST
Tony l.nlielU HiynllcK Pood anil
Has Canard Twelve Ce.
An alleged "typhoid carrier" has been
arrested In Newark. N. and Is to be
irrnlgned to-morrow beforo Common
Pleas Judge Coffroy. Ho Is Tony La
bells, who, according to tho State Hoard
of Health, has been working on farms.
Twclvo cases, Including one death,
have been traced to Lobelia's employ
ment on various farms, It was said and
ho persists in handling food although
ho has been warned repeatedly by the
State board not to do so.
. iA sJXCillinery Svent
featuring
Jail 6P Winter Hats
10.00 15.00
s
OME are a special purchase for this particular event;
others are hats from regular stock, originally priced
at 15.00 and 25.00, reduced to the sale prices. All are
smart Autumn models, mostly of velvets. Large and smal 1
shapes, with metallic trimmings, velvet choux, glycerine
ostrich or effective draping. Black and Autumn shades.
MAIN FLOOR
Help To Make New York The Safest City This Year
f tank tin Sfoton & Co.
tt Store of Individual Shops
FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS.
A Fashion Newalty!
Xrputred I lU V, 5. Fsttnt Ogtti
Tongue Pumps
For zJxCadame and Mademoiselle
This is the Only
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lO.oo
Fashionable women have turned
with one accord to the tongue
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built the tongue pump on the
Bramley last because the Bram
ley last has become more than
a passing fashion in footwear:
'Black Tatent Jedther, Black Satin, Dull
Black Qdlfskin, Black Suede, Brdton
Suede, Bronze Kidsin, Gray Suede
Feminine Footwear Shop Third Floor
franklin 3imon a Co.
eA Store of Individual Shops
FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS.
The Vogue of the zMbment
CyforzMddame and Mademoiselle
Real Irish Lace
BERTHAS
Very deep, as the
new fashion fle
mands and
hand made of fine
real baby Irish
ace
1075
The Paris Touch Which
Transforms a Frock or
Blouse Into a Costume of
.The Very Latest Fashion.
Feminine Neckwear Shop Street Foor
The Giustoinni Shirt
Depart meot
through years off progressive service
has developed an organization pecu
liarly adapted to meet individual
requirements.
Men's Dress Shirts
A new col Section off French Pique
Bosoms is shown in conjunction with
fine white batiste and plain broadcloth
body materials; also many styles in
French Plaited Bosoms of white linen.
To special order:
Men's Dress Shirts
with pique bosoms, each 38.50 upward
Men's Dinner Shirts
with plaited linen bosoms, each $7.00 upward
Men's Business Shirts
each . . $6.00 upward
(First Floor)
JiabWott Auritur - 3f iftlf Aurrnir
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The Four Department
has assembled, for the purpose off making up
(to special order) in the fashionable
scarfs and neckpieces
A RemmairkalbSy Chonce CoMectaora
off 1
Natmnrall Rtmssiiaini Sables
which are priced (in stock;
at $1150.00 to 11,000.00 per skin
and
Natmrai Hiuidsoini Bay Sable J
which are priced (in stock)
at $75.00 to 290-00 per skin f
Ail of these skins are carefully selected, of,
beautifuJ color, lustre and quality.
(Third Floor, Madison Avenue section)
il1atitfon atjenue-ittlj Uremic
34tfj nnb 35tb Streets i2eto Uorfc
THE WORLD prints more
"Business Opportunities"
than all the other New York
morning newspapers added
together
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