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wannai ?"<* in ib* lower porta 91 53 per gtoag. ton. "On bltuminoui tbal, from ihe Beecb Creel* dlatrlcl t-> New Tork Harbor, f .. b. vi gaeli vla the New rork Central the rh.iladolph.la & Readin? and the ( cntiui of New Jeraey comblned, .i dla lance of _7!> mi'^v th.. rate la M 53 i'?r ?;r?>>-s ton." Offlclal clrculara were scnt out yester? day by the selling agents of one of the largeel pf the coal companleg to tl dealers giving the wholeaale prices of anthraclte foi June. The price- of the followlng. whlch are _D advance of 23 rents n toa on preaent prleaa on .lune 1, arlll be: Qrate <>r broken anthraeJte, ."-?"? a ton; e??, (*525: atove, $523; cheatnut, 1550; paa, $350. Pea coal la one .>f the steam sizes. and the lirst four sizes named, up to ,i y. ar ?i_o oi leaa, were regarded aa Ihe domeatlc si_e. but wlthln the laal yeai or ao there waa a demand for pea i-ual for domeatlc uae, and its pntc has been advanced 25 centa a ton, with the oihar domeatlc alaee. Tha prices t>f the reguiai gteam sizes will not be advanced June l. and remaln at thelr present prieea, whlch ar.- as followa: Htukwheat, $2 75; i.'.e. $225; barley, !*_.*>. The Circular states that the usual June disiount of 30 cents a ton be allowed on all coal in the domestic sizes purchased ln June, but on the advanced ratea, The retail rrke_ of the coal which is to ba advanced ln price, wlth the advance add? ed, will he: Grate. $?)_<); egg, $646; stove. .rj ._. chestnut. $l> To. aud paa. $6 a MINERS AOOEPT WAGE SCALE Returns Indicate Ratification of Agree? ment Rejected at Des Moines. Albla. Inwa. May _t?I'nofflcial return to-night from seventy-one of the eighty e'aht locals ln District No. 18, L'nlted Mine Workera ol America, indicate that the wage sca!? agreement will ba ratifled by the miners The agreem?nt carries an lncrease in Wages of 5 -il per cent. a USING MORE SOFT COAL Emoke Violator_ Say Anthracite Ia Hard to Get. Inspecton from th* Department of Heal'h lnvestlgated a number of eomplalnta yes? terday againat smoke in ihe lowr part of th. clty. poft coal was belng used in nrnst caa.es. and the excuse offered for the violatlona Of th* Sanitnrv Code was that it was ex tr.emely dlfflcuit to get anthraclte. THREE VICTIMS OF HEAT One Dead and Two Prostrated? Storm Bring- Relief. One death and two prnatrations from the h.at and a thunderstorm that rlvalled ln fiOlence those nf mid-Julv were Incident- Of th* warm blaet of yeaterday. Mra Margaret Morltz, flftv-one year? O'.d, who llved at No _* Coovenl avenue, r>e came 111 at -4th street and Broadway In the afternoon and died ln an automoblle ln whlch ghe wa. leing rushed to the Hoose? velt Hospltdl. Dr. Barnum, of the hoa pltal staff. said it was prohaMe that she had died from the h-at. ?fh? two caaea or prnjtiatlon reeorded Were tboae of .Inhn Bertell, an usher ln the Aiha-nbra Theatre, and Adrtan Rynet, atenteo years old, who was overcome whlle at iiPth atreet and Audubon avenue. H? v.if takfii to the Waahlngton H'ights Hoa pltal Bertell *^a? at work la the thea'.re ?4 her the heat proved too great for him. He - wai taken fn the Harlem Hospltal. *~ The t?mper_*ure rose tn _ degrees at 1 ?><in-k in fhe afternoon. but the heat waa tegapers- hy a hreeze thrnughout the rlay. Toward ev*.nir_ a thunder shower that rmssed ever the Hudson from Xew Jeraey. on. nated, parhaps. by the vlolent atmoe pheric di-turbances caused by the rh al Re publlcan candidates tourlng th? state. tem pered the atmosphere tn a comfortable de. i In "tVllliamshurg a flre that did JoO.OOO * iemett* ta the Vaholine OH company ? piani on Ne*\tow_ Crrek. was the direct reeult of the thunderstorm About 8 30 o clg'.k a bolt of lightnlng etruck a sted ln Mucsh bairels of petroleum were atored. .ausirig several'of them to explode end ??t hre to the h> ildir.?. Two alarm.T were turned ln. and before the ffemen con trel'ed the flam?? several bulldlngs were Aaetroyo. Be:au*e of t.he mxrshy aurroundtngs >t t,u dlfneult for the regular apparatu- to come ln clOM much wlth the b.rnlng bulld? lng? neressitatihg the use of mo fireboats. ? ? ? HEAT KILL3 SIX INFANTS. Plttaburgh, May 21 ?Th? -rovernment thermometer here reglstered s:r degreea higher rhan nn the same rlay last yeai Tn. 4e?.ths Of six Infants from the he.t ?n ere lepoiteo tn the Coronei la the last ? -.'> ioui houn ne? DARROW FACES 13 JURORS Prosecutor Confident Hell Cpn vict McNamara Lawyer. *By Talegra-h to laj THhune I LafS Angeie". Maj ti -Thf work of select* Vog a J_r> to iry i larente S. DatTOW, In? dlcted for attempted brlbery of a Juior ln the McNamara dynamltlng caee, was com j. t'ei thls nffernoon and the trlal begun. \ >f B'akes!e_ nas s^lerted as the thlr "i juror. an<* h^ wlll tak- fh? plaro nr I of the reaular Jurora ln raae ef slck trlct Attorni*. Frederleks made ;i red '.kot openlng statement to llu Ju*. by hlt i attatking Darrow When he mld Uje ^ury "we *iil ahow you that this waa only one of many a<ts.on fhe part of Clarence f. Darrow to pervert juathe In the m<* "N'amara case,'' Darro4\'a attorney, Karl *llogera, Intorrupted wlth an objeetlea. H. said (hat eetdeaMMi of Ihe other erlmaa could not flgtirc in thla case. hut the DIs trlet Attorney _tf3lara_ it .oi.id and \4o'iid, iuid ih<- i om t _uaial_-d hini. Two week^ before the date of the in dictm.tit,' said Distrld Attorney Kred eu. k^. "B. rt II. Franklln. then eroploycd aa a deteotlve i? DarroW, went to L_ck wood and offere-l hlm a rerUltl etim if he would vote not gullty, provided M were OruwB as a Jvin>r ? "We wlll ar. >_ that Hankltn did tlu. at th. I_g_aa_4_ reqaaal aad dlreetloa of tlu dcffcJidaiit ' liockwoo-, accordlng t?> the prosecutor'a sta'1 ?nn"-.t. then report"I the Ineldenl lo the District Attorncy's oftVe, and w_! told to _oiitln_e hin negotlatlona wlth tiie ajrents Of fhe M'Neirara def-nce. When !____? wo4>d> aame waa drawa, fredarlcka said, yraiiklin nnau> "ffered to pay him P t ilov.ii aad $..>"> additional ufter he had | \U|f<i "not gu:ity." Ai tbe next meatlagi '?ji,i Pyaderlcka, |>oc-woo_ and Kranklln were Burroaaded ln ihe daik b) agenta of Ihe proaaeutloti, ?viii-> heard tii< men agree that the lnitial payment of the money should be maii* the neat day, end deieotivee then '.i??er\ed thc tranafer of the money, nnd ai i.-t.il tbe men .. ? \\e wiu ?h..w," contlnued the preeecu i<.i. 'that ii"* wa_ the niw money whlch ? i lar.;i c Uarrow liad k^'h Kranklln that moniing li w''s aent lo Darrow i>y ag.nia ln th? Ka*t. find *??? wlll tiece the money from that Kaatern sourte to Darrow s handa." ?._>rge fi Monree, ? I'-rk "i 'ne ?-?i_tt ln * vhi-i. ?b? McNamara* ?*n (il.d, v\.i_ Ibe ?' tirat nitnesg '>iled Ui piiyduceil th" uun \,\.ei cf <??* M< Namare ?'??'! ?''d iald tha !_-.><> for furilitr e\idem _. U FOLLETTE FEARS TRUSTS WILL CONTROL Says They Have Become ln trenched by Roosevelt's Fail ure to Check Them. HAS TILT ON PROHIBITION Tella Preacher He Doesn't Favor It and Demands Answer from Taft and Roosevelt. Benator '?' Follette ma.l- i.i- prlnclpal ipeech .." ? buay .'av at the Krueger \ - lorlum, in Newark, last nlght. Hearralgned i.r- Progreaalva Republlcana of New Jente. r..i deaertlng him arhen Colonel Rooaevell lumped Into the Prealdentlal conteat. Former Bherifl Frank N. Bommer, on? ?)f tiu- promlnent ProgreaBive leadera wi.o i i,. iie<=. n [__ Follette, pn alded ai the meciir.g. As many Demoeratfl ai Republlcana wera at tli<- meetlng and in tho candldate'a ar ralgnment of iii- iwo opponenta le- devel opci an evidence thal tbe Bympathy of hl? hearers waa mere with Prealdeni Taft ihan wlth Colonel Rooaevell The Benator ls without much of an orsanlzation behlnd blm ln Baaez County, where bundreda de ?erted hlm f ?r Rooeevelt, and this -as eanphaalsed when only Mr. Bommer an.l Oeorge M Jud.i. ortglnal U Follette men. to?k aeata on tha etage. Hia attaekfl on Rooaevell provoked thundaroua appiausc, partlcuiariy as tbe Benator mentloned Ibe truBta and tholr growth during Rooeevelfa atlmlnistratlon. ??No wonder." ha aald, "Perkina ani Qary were wllllng to pul up tha largeal campaign fund that has ever been aub 8crihcti f-.r a Presidentlal candldate In Amerlca." The Senator charaeterlaed the WlacOlWln governrnent aa a "hoepltal I've been rtin nlng for years." an.i said lhat thr rail? roads nnd otlie-r trueta were ln fl erttlcal staeje and should be placed on the operat InK ta'alc. The operatlon rerjulted. he sal.1. was one that "A Rough Rldgr" COUld not perfeim Nelther was II a Job f.-r an amlable, eaay going fat man ln Fight to the Fmish. After tlnishlng his -peeeh In N'ev\_rk. Sen? ator Lea Follette wenl lo Pateraon, wnere h* apoke lo a blg crowd at the Lyceum along tho lines of hia Newark addreeo. Benator La PoUette in Ma apeach at T.ong Branch yeaterday afternoon dire.-ted his Are on ' "olonel Rooaevelt'a fallura to preaa the truata whlle Preetdeof, although he gave Mr. Taft and Juatlce Hughea a n\g before flnUhlng his tnlk. He spoke from an express truck. anj hle voice was bueky. For the flral flv? mlnutea puffln* enRinrs e-an?ed interruption. and he tm= nbllr?d tO eearee nntil the traiiifl had pas-rd. "Tbat'a the only way the railroads have stopped mc from talklnp ln the last fifteen years," h* sntd H" spok<- al length on the hiirh prtea of llvlng, tn aplte r>f the labor aav-ng devicea. "1 BBJ th* prlce of HVIng should have come down Inscad of risin*. as It would had th* ald law pf supply. d#mand and competltlon heen ln forra Instead of th* w&ter-soaked truat.'' Roosevelt. he rald, could have eaforced the Snerman law, hut he dldn't. and aald that nelther he nor Taft. lf elected Pte?l dent, woald bring ai>out better rondltlons. Has Tilt on Prohibit'.on. Af;er Senator La FoUette flniflhe?d hif speech at Asbury Park yesterday, he be cH)oe Involved ln a mlld dlspnte w-Hh a eleBgynian and wol, thi approval 02 Ihe crowd. Ha also forced the nftnleter to make a prXMIIte that he would take ckfe tfl r^pcet hta condaol et th? Roo?4v#lt and Taft meetlnga and pla.-e them ln the same posltlon \\* had plaxcd him The Senator nad ftnlshed 'peaklnir and nrtj turnlng to tak? hia hat *h*n the Rev. j T Beott, who has aerved fortj >*-avs ln Tndla aB a ml""lonary, cal!"d to hlm from the floor Senator. may I ask on" liueatlon whlch wiii call f"r a short gnewer? Pr, ro-i he lleve ln prohlhttion" 1") you idvocate tetn peranc-t" ''No!" aheuted the Senator almoBt before \+,m whole ouestlon -?* asked. 1 -don t thlnk that was fpilte falr of you," Mr he Follette wenl en, after th? rheermo: eub*;ded. "Colonel Rooaevelt wlll be- i re to-morrow and Prealdeni Taft on Mon.la". Put to th*in th* eiuestlon von did to me and ??** if they eitewer -? i did <*>n that queatlon, aa on r.th-rs, i mean what I .av and sav whal 1 m-an la words that cannot he mlstek*:i " In bla Aabury Park flpeerh Senator La Follette crltlclaad aa-Prealdenl Rooaevell fnr hi? attltude on the trual queatlon, and he ?ald that hlatOT) "wlll hold that man iRoosevelti reaponalbla far fhe altuatlon triHt I* now upon ns Vou can't le?d a .?? air charge agalnai theae romb.nation?." he -aid. "for lf jftu do that ll would de Btroy legttimate bualneafl. Tha greataat danger ls that this electlon wlll result In the? eleriie.ii of a i'i c-sldent w ho is tn ?vm pathy with these truatfl and wrho aill taKe Boni?? actlon whlch the WptBrna Courl wHI hold legallze* th'- baatard .evor-.apltailza'; >n of 11^^?^ "f'at eombinattonfl ... . * ? ? ROOSEVELT SCOLDS CROWD Auto Following His Hita Man? Boy Hurt at Trenion. ;B l"e-l"gr?ph 14 Thfl rrtb-fic Atlantlc Clty, N. ;. Ma> .?. An amo mobiif accompanylng L'olonel Rooae\'eii oti his rlali li't'- tO-day ran over wintam H Roblnaon. of tiamMontOWn, Who wa* riei ina '.ii tlie runiiiiiK boaid of th<- Rooaevelt car and f*'II at Indlana and Pgclfle ,iv nues. RoWneon <ame frotn Hammontown wlth th- Rooaevell party. Tiie-. P Tt fiont wheel e.f the ear pas.Cel over his ehest. breaklng aoveral nis and janimmg one Of them Into his right lunn. ll.- wai ph ked up by Chlel of Pottce \v..oi Mifr ami a reporter anei carrled Into br. Emery llarvel'a aanatorlum, Dr. Marvel had been on tha Rooaevell ear. and w;,n m charge of tha party, v.hlrh he whs Mcert Ing te. tli.. pier where Roooovett *,i? to spenk. Me> and RooBBv.-it both Juaaped eff and loileiv. .-:i the inj.ired n.aii up the cteps;. The? eloctor ?anl b<- WOUld Btay and look after tae tojurad man and directed tbe coldiwl l? procepd to the ple-r, bul tha latter ile clinad tn leave the Banatoritrm iatitfl ba iia/t s.. ii Roblnaon carrrled apetaM and uid on a bed, iin leavliic the sanatorlutn hc stoejd e.n th.- lowei Btepa and lead th? crowd a be vere k-ctuir nn th. fnoll-lmi-ss of p'-ople- In ruahiiiK baadlaaely Into danger. Ha warned them to kee-i, nt l.-ast twenty feel from tbe mai blne tn order to avoid any futuffe ae.-i eleni <ni l.is Wey from the- pier to the _U ti,m th.- COlOnel etO#ped te. lieeiulre aft'-r the man'H eondttlen, und reqeaated ihai m foraaatloM bi Aent hin latei as to how io was kettlng nloPK Trenton, Mav tl.?Tha atreeta of Trenton ,-,-e ie thraaajeal wlth paaptc whan Colonel Rooaevell arrlved ber* from Camden to ntghl Thi - ?"?'! at the rallroad t-iatio-i got o-t of control ed the polke uml .s-.vaiiit"- aboul ColoneJ RpoeeVe|t'a auto moblle Th* e*o|e,n?l wafl held up for sev aral mlnutea an-i ln th.. confuajon ? bey waa run down I.v the. auteimohile hehlnd the .-ne ln whlch th-. cx-j'resleienl vv?j F?ated The Ho\- was taken wlth _ brnke-n li g lo h hospltal. ??' SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailad anywhera in th* Unitac State* for %2b0 a yaar. INSIX I oiiliniie-.l frnm flr?t pafl' ? i.,;it forfi t hOW t.) vote next week!" | e flashcel lm k -Mr. Taft says thnt lf m> proposal er a reffrendum on judi. ial declB-OOa wera adopted there would he nothlng ta pre?, vtnt a legislatute frmn repcaling the ltth, 14th and l.'uh amendments to tha Conatltutlon and dlsenfranchlsing the iieuroes. It is impossible to trrat stich itatementa as either ilncara <>r eerloua lt ls sheer n'msense. Ymi mlght just g_U w. ii speak of recalling the vote hy whlch the thirteen eirtglnal .s'atcs aelnpleel the | Conatltutlon. Buppoaa that the Income?? tax amendment to the ConetltUtton la, adopted, doea Mr. Taft think that two ot three Btatea could recall that aniend- | ment after it had become h part of tho j Coaetitution? H i* dimcult iu reply | serlously to nuch nonsense." Declares Fight Is Won. When I went into this Bghl three; montha ago it did not look as though l had n ehOW," declared Colonel Roosevelt before LOW people here In the _d Reglment armory. "People told me i eouldn't win, but. m.v friends. 1 thlnk 1 ,3ti truthfiillv say t..-night that th- bat lle is won. .Hut I want you to help me to doubla rlvet lt." he <rled. amld great laughter an.i eheere. Nlnaty-nlne per cenl of the greal Inter eata are against n;e in thia .ampalgn and, practlcally all of the grrat metropolttan .lnillc:*. These papors. many "f them. wera Democratlc, but they have flopped to th.- Repuhli-an shle Just to heat me.' he falflettocl. Ihe colonel spoke at s .me length on ih- tariff uslng the pottery an.l rubber Induatry of Trenton as exaniples of ??r ranted or unvarrantcd tariff dulics. He wa* told Lhai the wafea of th- p..tter> workera were hlgh and thoec "f the rub? ber workera |OW. ' In, roase of duttei on rubber Koods therefore ls unwarranted. he cried Ile cllnehed Ihe tariff talk Ly saving that until the people een hope to Olecl ?nd control legislators that really rep.-e.ient them they can t hope for indus triftl jtxtice I"' the sam- bresth he ,.;iUe.l for a federal board of inrlff am pcrvlslon. Trenton had its s-cond night ..f red flrr. and flhouting to-night The stteets *?re b'.ocked from the rallroad station to the armory OM , ampaigners aald thev had nevet .?c-:. higger crnud- even before natlonal eleetlona Colonel Rooaevell bad to elbow hia way to hhi automoblle. police protectlon havmi falled utterlv. He spent tho nlght en hia prlvate car. Sunrlse To-daj h* wlll campaign In Kastern Sen .Ie.se; At Burlington. ln lha ri-1. farmlng dlBtrlcf <f Burlington County. the colo nei appealed to tha paetoral Inetlncta a few hundred real farmc- and menj more tradeamen, nol to mentlon their wive- and pretty clau_li?'rs. ftocked around the traln. "Toure all right n Xaw Jerst-v. Tedd;. : ' ihOUted one ? Agn ..?,?? wearlftf aarrinf* The remark got th? ,-rowd to talking hack to th- colonel ,,.)t r.f their Joy Ht s??ing hlm. Colonel Roosevelt gave every aign ot enjoylni the repartfe. as Wgll Urqe? Prot.it AflBlnat "Bonei." -ynn all talk r* much 1 "*o't h-ar ^ou?? he aald. "Wait untll *? W aome more,' tha cxo'wd r.rled Td I Rreat de*. rather you ahouM talk than ,? the candldate raplled "1 *-nt ?? totum ou. next Tueaday/' ha said. 'and regiatet your protest ifalnM th- boaa. and aee thal N'ew Jeraey does h?r aui Before t go, ! *ani to conajratiiUte you onthetreat nunlWr of pratly flfla rou have here." - etntimeni that ?as vigor ouily applauded, in the wine growtng ?eethw of p._? Harbor. m Atldhtte County, the colonel .aid he ?'knew all the peopl, well. When the nhistles M?w ? faute Mr hlm and interrupted his talk he eomraentM on the hura of Induitry " -I don't know of a aopulace ln the countn that takes more tmkin.lly to boBB rule." H? eapraaaed his detttfcl ?? ihe manner m WhUMi the liaiiana had oleared 'hp "Mho iroraa*' and eeoverted Uii.m Lato fruitf'il gsrdenB" The tlme has cdme for fl man to know h. mind and know on ffhlcb side he stende. ' j he phouted al the eftd of hhi talk on the' light for the fiindantantal prmcHHaa af induatrlal ?nd bdlMlcal toatlre He [added: "Our eppdnewti <n New Jeraa! are trytaf to perch rheenaetrea on tha Ifenre Tha' I btd." .,.,,.. ., t fidlee wt* made ai .tian tlc , .,. \ii.ei tlc ivenui wa- ? lofged wlth tramc, ind when the eolonel?a itrto got into Ohlo avdhu- ll rtowad down for to talk to the he_rrt*afc_rha [?nodtHa ?idewa1k -hrae deaf the candldate thanked them for the supi-ort Ihelr n. n.i.i gn"' him ln Ohlo. Thej came back at hlm wlth laughti r and ? heert rrom the e-iling- of the pier hevs n-i.in' .1?.T>*n*-s* t>n\\*. whleh. f,.ni)nrl I, Ihe *-sst vvind raised a din llial mingle.l wltb daxena of other loundi of a di? , ordant nature ?Th.-r.- are a l?>b_ man.\ romplicaiad noiaea hera." eaclalnied Ihe colonel, rhe laugh that followad eleeured the alr. Says "Bossefl" Are Not Reeular. ?Our opponenti call th-tntelvti retra !.,,- Republlcarti " he said. -We art tha regular r.epu'b1tca?a; the only ratularlty ln Mu Republican part- la the rftrularlty e.f the rank nnd file The h^s?e-: nre not regular. The party la not fhelrs lt is our*. It la the- part- '.f the- pli.li. peo? ple. Wa clalm t" be the h<Mrs .,f the prlnclplaa and purpoeee of Ahrtham Uncoln ar.-i the men tVi.it roUfhl arlth him. -i eio nol wonder thal the boai rulea us ln his Intereal if we decllna to take th< trnuble- to mie emr.elves. There hua -.?-'(. to i"- Bovernmenl Homewhere, nnd if we do n?)t govern Ooradlvaa then Kome one wlll gove-n us. anl if we will i;,.t tak- the trouMe 00 ei.. it (ot our Belvea it la falr te. Mppaaa lhat boeaaa nill rolleve ub of the trouhle. ' Just as the e-eelonelB traln was pnlllng duI of Atlantlc Clty he- w-as t'dd thnt Prealdent Hlh_*n nt Prtncotoa Unlver? alty had offered t.. tha Rooaevell rcen iiiiit.o of Princeton the uaa of Alexan dor Hall, On the e-ampufl, for the ShI iinliiv nlglit ipeech providing Colonel Rooaevelt would make no peraonal ref? ore-ne-es tei Prealdent Taft, em whom the unlveralty ta_rf_?rid a degree recently When Presldent Hllilx'n was limlalle-d. ?Not a word.'' saiel iht lOieiiHil, wlth the HouBeveltiun smlle Alcxandi-r Hall ls on thd unlveraitv .ampiiK. Th rtO(i*e\elt e-ommitte?- wlll prohaMy inrrv out lts Orlginal plan lo have the eolunel ?peak cn the balcanj <>f th- Princeton li.n. hard by tli- campua. ?VA'hat .? Hibhen afraid off?" inuiiirel Borden b. WMt-tff, chairman nf the RooaavaU ?ira_mlttaa of New Jersey. I- a? Do Not Delay?Use This Coupon To-day _ . _ - - .-, . T_'l_..__?__ 1 _L_ W_.. C. _? Each Section. 10 Cents al Tribune Office 154 Naisau St, oi 1364 Broadway, or 263 Weit 125th St. ( 14 Centa by Maii). Address all maii orders to THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Department \V? '? *<???" *??? N'?' Vork Soecifv what section is wanted and send coupon with order .s-.eSJ.L.1 n?g'?n FOUR. INCLUSIVE, ARE NOW READY. PRESIDENT HR 15 r_a_BBje_ from flrat peae. if yotl approve It, to vote for me n?xt 'l'uesiln\ ." In dlacuaalng the ls-?ufa raised by Mr RooseM-!t. thc President laiighlngly **? nlrd thnt he wai nn oltgarrh. II his opponenf had tertned him Tm mi Amerlciii,. nnd f'-r popular government." he said. }\n aho disciis.sed wlth the farm?r- ln the audience the reelproctt. queetlon He toi.i nf his advocacy "f reclfa-ocal trade wlth Canada on he ground that if would he _ sr-'od thlng for the country al larg* " 9taj? nr,, a ?**?*"' "r L-onaldered courae on hia part. He had ?.M-ltteu to I'olenel Roosevelt ahout lt. iind Mie Cokmel aald he approved lt. There waa ? great Burprlaa, tharefore, ahen In hia campalgnlng In the Mlddle West the colonel said he had DOl Itudled tRC vuhje.t al all. ind atlvocated it l_a( (.. hclj. Mr. Taft "Can't Change Viewe to Get Votea." Now. i advocated raelproeltj bacauM T thouehf lt WOUld he a ?ood thlng for th- farmer and the marchanl a'lke/ aald lha Prealdenl "1 itlll belleve it would have been a Rood thlng. I r_n,l ehnnte n.v vfewa luat |W _aln *<*? ?? Mr. Rooaevelt hai done. lf you wanl to vote against me Ml IMI I*"1"*- ?" ri*nf- ' can'l help tt " Then the Pirsldent gav-e an lecount Ing ot t,is etewardahlp. He i.unted in detnll the henefl. Ini leglalatlo,, of hli ed mlnlatratlon nnd the te.-ord of lan en? forcement he had made weve enfordhd tbe antl-truai a againal ??? ??rvho.i-.", he laid. "dln I l .,,..,. ,o political fumH or any hftl4V alae v*hen the newa came to ms At tmn9J rjenoral that thC! bad vlolatad lhal ia ? . ., The Prealdenl alao pald ronatderabla attentlon to Mr Rooeevelt? chergei ihat ?? ,,?. hoaaea ?ere aupporting btm. wa "aUI ? ??V^V^VdV^r.'.uan ,.,, ,.,_ ., aupport me.anj JJJ* ," MP ?H.cs .?. ?uW?f- >? ^atly-tu oo ny .._.._?:., L_u.n-v,'m,r"',n^',n' j raTt&ij&jm* -aj-ig ' , .'"'.., . one ? .".. ii" o%ei i an gl >?'? '? ," ', _?"_, L" ?n. r^aSSS at iea_i.JfJ^r^U^ata\y' ? ' ' ,, , .,?, ,iirrii"iit from ? ? atarv. k??___??.. *??_ .. ^V.nref. .iv, a- IB. ?- ^ ' ..,,,,?,r, *e ... -?'??",:,.? . ,.,, a. ntueh l"hT?SX"Ind*?B ? *,'-v ?"??? M" fV ?-?^?V'??.?."?? r:.1/ ?????"? ? I, ,.?. r. ihe peaple.11 1 ' . ? gnd S__..a_r,*: fjsw. ?:;;"r;;.v.:.s_,*.v?..i -???, at horae , g?,t ,r there _? y5f-_ S Sffs?H>? ' Ihelr 'lin,||l'r(|,,,L1i,,nii.n ef ae ? }%::.;;'e^o^h-o ,.?,...?, r: ,,.. aeven rear. thai i -hi. mm-i-gb-f From nemlngton ihe ggpedltlon wenl ?, LamheH-zlIri -?* ? ??"'*"'b f,orT1 ;h" ,,?? end of the Pre,ldents - ll After ,, lim, one.f Frrnchtown On OVBf ,nl? Warren fountv W_n< the President f", ii btg noanday ma-ttag ai Phttllpa burt in the throng whleh greeted him ]??? many raRfoad employee and fa. ..,,, hi>nd*. Whoal -'heers eeemed lo dla rredti ihe lhaery that all Ihi workafi arerf for CtAmm\ Rooaevelt. The t--.li Waa rrowded. and knoti of peopta etood outside ln Ihe atreeta through arhkh the vrr.ident rmeaoA l* cheer him Gue.t of Mr. Frelinqhuyaern ,..?v,n_ PhllllP-bur. the Tefl iarf areni next to -kamorvllle for luncheon It thr home of ex Soiiato,- K, clmghuvse,,. A, th< rallroad aUtlon hen wai ? i>i*t demoaatratlon. Thc local mllltla com? pany wai oul lo guard the Prealdenl ?me Boroeraei caunty Taft l_eague had armnged an BUtod-dhM parade and n 'cfoaa-couatrj trtp. wlth ? lartea of apen .1, maetlnga. As the Ptaaldenti eai laft tha itatlon ?i lti way lo the rre> Hnghuvacn place II tooh Ihe lead of i atrlng of forty. all decked oul In bunt Ing and all wlth aireni _cr--chlng. al th llin,hl.Mll w..,,. united BUtei Benator Uriaais BUti 3enatdr Colgate. _e_em biyman anderaoa. of Botnerael couaty; Kena.or Bmalley an. eg-Oovernora Mur phy and Vnuihees. 411 "' then, tr.iv aiied wlth lha PrealdaBl oh the automo hUa expedition. Bound llr.-ok was ihe flrst place for _ meeting ift*r the Prealdenl lefl Ihe Prellnghuyara pkace. Th?w ''?, "'' dreaaed ? livriy throng, whlch cheered him and hiH admlnlatratlon- reco<d. ?.i to New MruiiHwIck wenl the ni"t<>r en-a nt a apeed whlch dtdn'l Oaunl Ihe Presi ,i,.?t ln the leaat Thc... were many Rutgara itudanta In hla audlanca there, and hc t.n.k the opportunlty t.. refer to hiH reapael f?r tha lata Juatlce Bradley, a Rulafara aluaiBua whom he rated with ludgea "f the ___?_??_ ,,f Marahall Thaatre Too Small for Crowd. At Pluiiilltid th.re w:is :i l>l< meet? ing ln ;i theatre. Not ball tha paofAa could gel Inetde, s<> ,-i c__ple of thouaand of tii'in itoed outside. and ? ^houaan l or IWd _M__ ITdN along the atreeta tu shout greettng- Id the Praaldenl He Be-iaffd iherf thal he feafed he rtall;' v.a.^ni ;i prdiwaflve In lh* Rooaevelt lan sense. ihat Ii H* didn'l belong t.i the - all of iTogn -.i\i, Ihe kind Wh talked and di-i nothlng "<* thoughl progreaa c.nelsled iu geiung thlngl ?l'iie. WHERE THE 0ANDIDATE8 ARE TO-DAY. PRESIDENT TAFT. Arlington . 11:45a.m. Kearny Castle . 12:30 p.m. Orange Park. 1:45 p.m. Newark Indufltrial Exhi bit.on . 2:00p.m, Patflaic . 2:30 p.m. Paterson . 3:30 p.m. R.dgowood . 4:00 p.m. Montdair . 6:00p.m. Rutherford . 9:15 p.m. Hacken.ack . 9:45p.m. Englewood . 10:15p.m. COLONEL ROOSEVELT. A.bury Park . 10:30 a.m. Lonrj Branch . 11:17a.m. Red Bank . 11:32 a.m. Perth Amboy . 12:15p.m. Rahwey . 1:30 p.m. New Brunaxvick . 2:00 p.m. Pla.nf.eld . 3:00 p.m. Brief stop? flt Bound Brook. Wefltfiald, Cran ford. RoflflUa Park and Ga-wood. ElirabBth 8:00 p.m. After the PlelnfleM meetlng rairn* other open alr ipeechea *t Waatfleld, Crenford, Roaelte an<l <;.irford before Eltaabeth ?e" reachad. There the Pree l?|*nl waa tbe xucat of Senator John Kean al dlnnei H? re.iehen thi- town away behlnd achedule tlme. beeause of numeroui extra meettnga. ln conae quence a great throng at the armorv I ad t,, !...b,ce itseif by lletenlng to a band - .,,?! i-t tt ba recorded to the eternal , redll of that hand that it did not play "Hall to the Chief when the Tresldent nnalty app<nre.| II ll ..ne of the very fov. In the i?n.) whlch haven't. The meetlnga In Hoboken an.l Jeraey dty ended Ihe nights atumping. To day the Prealdeni wlll go In the early mornlng to Bayonne for a vlell to the worktngmen ln varioue eetabllehmenta ', there. thence to Kearn; and Newark and b ..impalgn through Eaeea County, t ,,f t'.e stronHholda of the Progree ilve, e>r n, v idea. Republlcana Greated Everywhere with Cheer.. Pretfdenl Taft left BnUnbetB ?n iio ir ,i ?i bla acbeduk on a apeclal trela i whleh BlTlvert at Jersey Clty flt !? f* orio.-k Krom there h* took tha Hudgon ftubea t.i rlebekea, laadtog at the Lacka agnni BtattOfl where a .-rowrl of walting naaaertgen i beered in Crtga oJ "Geod ' iu, k te roi ' ?n-i "Threa ? heera for l l rr'siririit ? greere/i n;m or. avery hanl l.?.ivli))? the station. thfl Prclrteiit took [ ?n fl.itomobi'e to Bt M?r> ? Hall. In Wil low streev He ui..i)iiteei the pl^lf.>rni *nA aurted le -ptak to the two thauaand per loni gethered ln the hall Plndlng th? pUtform rathei wahbl: tha Preeld.nl mo .-1 aearif ona of the plllari laylnj h* hoped none of tii'.eie. preaent would lo?e surht of him He edbcred, ui the maln t" thfl :??n'.r Bpeech he h?d ut*d throiiltiout the <\a\ The fjrn..-,- Tafl Mnlle broke Into evl denca wnen tba Prealdeni vitd Colonel Rooeevelt'a axeur^n-e* that tlie colonel waa the arhela party. *"* would h.i\- tha neceasar: number of delegatee, did not _m> lurb im or ?h.ik- hia conndeuca ln 'he flnal o-it. onte ri,_ p,,-Hent ftttacked ''olonel lt?eee? rell advOi a. v of the ra.all of 1_.1i oi a I d#? eteione, an.i referring to Mr Roeeevelt'a talk nbont bosfles M' Taft .-u=kci. Are PMynn -"'.1 Brown, of Ohlo to iproui wlnga at hi? IBJ BO? ' Taft at Brother's Housa. LeavIng Pl Mery'a Hall, the freetdeat rode to Hl Miehael fl 1,-ce.m at > linton avenu* and Migh fltreet. Weal Hobok<?n. where flfteen luinrlre-l persons greete.l him wlth enthnelrtein fr*vjueiitl.v applaudln* lus utteranoee. Mr Taft s l.ist BddreBB Wafl Biadd al the n, , Jareey Cll) Hlgh BcBOOl, where more than thrr?? thousann pereons Jammeel ihe I bullding an<i overflowed on to the lawna | |i"te the Prealdent se#med to take en couragemenl froui the v,.-,rmtii ef hia re i-eption. si.iliiii, frequentlj and jjIvihk ,,thfli- evtdenrea of bl? tatlefaetlon Th*l hall vv.ix iiii> eimfor l?hly vvaim while th<? Prealdeni waa apeelnng, and t? hen nunj peisone began lo use their hnts as fana and handker?*hlefa v ere i.e ina freelj nseel. he crente.l a wave of amuaemeni wh*n he aald "lf vou er* fe-lliiK wmin and tired. .iust remember, pleaae. thal ' am feeimg more B0 Ihla is nnrrl work. ' , Owing t" iii? eiei.iv aarller ln the e\en ' inn ih>- Prealdeni ,va* unabla to eieiiver tha epeech ai VVeehawken whtck w-- on ' hia campaign Bcnedu?e. After leavlng the .lernev Clt) Hlgh I tichool Mi Tafl and hia pirtv wure car ! rleej in automobllea to the I'.u-t l,ee rerry. b) whleh they inine.te. Msnl-.a t inn. and ', fr,.m there ili.ive ele.wn te, IIip Invnie of the Prealdent'a brother, where Mr. Taft spent i t"*" nlghl LAWS0N T0 BET ON BrAn Boston Man Offers 1 to 6 Ne braskan Will Be Named. i Mv Te legr-Ph '" Thfl Trlhune | Boaton, May -f ThOmaa w Uawaou bas .unl. t.. the front wlth an offer t.. bel ai ,.ei,i nt i t,, .; that artntam J. Bryan arlll ba nomlnated for Preeidevt, After reading thal Wall Slreeu ,.,-is falth enough fo vvajrer pi te 1 lhai "The t'omtnoner" wlll not 1* nomlnated, Mr. Lawaoa aald; I hava n llent who wlll take anv nt th. bvU ln New Tork, Boaton or etaowherg ln IntS e,f V.,l?-I llllll Ht e.eld- Of 1 t,e ll. S|...k l'.\.-hatige- hemseH to liol.l the st;ik.-s. thal Mr Bryan wlll be nomlnated at ti)e- pemo . i,iii<- conventlon. ROOSEVELT GETS TWO MORE j Official Count Shows His Delegates Car ried 13th Ohio District. I COlumbUa, OhlO, Mflv -t Theoeleire , Raoeevetl galhed tw,? more elelegates In the | OhlO prlinaries Tucs.lay than has bOeg a. - I, ord.-el hltu, a.-eordlna to the ofhYlal eOunt i tei-elay In the 1:1th DUrtrlct, KlvInK hlm tliir liy.fini, delegatea to Prealdeni Taft'.-. oiuht. i Tl.tlhhil count BhOWa that tha Roosevelt I delegatea w? ra elected hy siijjht meiorltiefl, i The error dllecdvered ln ilie^ i.'.fh l?l>trie-t, 1 whl'-b gH\r. Itt,.>>?^v ell bf^th .leh-irete ?? 'Veoii lhai diatrlct, vvjts off.-ft bv the |..sh of ooo . in th, Mh. where Pi, K Bulaaa, foi Taft, j e|->fe,ite-d W H Hfliiin Ti."ie- ha^ been no change in ih< hemo e.^in manding, Har mon holdiag Hilrt. I one to flrllaod'l elev en wilson untt WH Governor Says Ex-Senator Is Be hind Disappointed Job Hunters. TO STUMP HUDSON COUNTY Will Tell People Why Assembly - men Are Trying to De? feat His Delegates. AUrmerl at the inroad3 made into hia followlng ln Hudaon COBBty hy the Smlth Nugenl machma,Qovernor Wlleon vvin take to the stump to-nlghl and speak nt a mcet InK at the Jersey Clty Hlgh School. The I Democratic forees ln Hudson are badly spllt, six of the twelve Democratic Assem blymen there speakinK Blgktly at meetlngs fe. the electlon of delegates opposed to lha tJovernor. That Qovernor Wilson feels the situation, ln l.is state has reached an acute etege was abowa yeaterday wban la a biti.ig aiatement he aaked the Democratic 4 0ter_ to support the candidate. for delegates who were pledged to his nomination for Presi? dent. Qovernor wilson accueea those epBoetng hlm of belng dtaappolBtad __?_? leekere, and he chargea .liimes Smith, Jr, adth con aplring to prevenl the selection of Wllaon delegate* because the Uovernor would uOt aupport hlm for inited States Benator after. tiie i.overnor aays, Mr. Sipith nad (OU hlm that h?- WOUM not he a candidate. Qovernor Wllaon said. regarding ex-Hena tor Smlth's oppoaltton to hlm: Jual before my eleetion aa ''Oyernor the D-morrntic 'otera Of the stateWr presaed tlieir preferem c of _?mea_B. >H tlne The first fiiiesiion preaenteo tonaei Uifjoveroor waa^wbathar tba ?/?'<???? Should he reapected or not Mr Bmtth ln *i,red that it sl.-.uld be .iHregarded a thal he should he sent to the BenBte. IM had know,, hefere my nora natloai ttati would not aupport his cendtdac) "?_"*_! declared thal he would not be a<pBn<UdB*a Mv electlon as Qovernor made me tae raaponalbli ipokaamBB aad lfB4aeof m parti. lt would have heen dtagraced bBB dlscredlted had lt falled to redeem 1 ta pl*_g-a and auaUln the great prfnclpie ot popular .holce whlch it had fougb ao hard to establish f strove l.y e%ei> ho - orahle means ln my power to bring! about ,h- electlon of Mr -tartlaa. ae ever*/ Dem oorat was In honor bound to do 1 won. Mr Smith ''as oveiwhelmlngl;. beaten. Jnd eve rybady breethed more fn^rti flnd that lawa and party ob igati;ona meanl aomethlng ll was a .i^athblow to hoth machlnci The moat nptlceable champlon: of M." Bratthl ***** h.J been the newvpapers owned b) Da\td HalrV of .'i-i1-n, one of the _Ua*_-UcBB guard lana. After anaoun-lng hla eaadldacy. the Go-. ernor ?id no ua- unwinim. ?<) canvaaa the stafe. becauae he thought be waa waU enough known ?Vou know me." he said. "Per eight?en months I have aoughl to serve you aa Gov? ernor of the state. with a full *"-"?s', ot tbe) reeponllMlttlei you have imp'-sed upon me. and my record all the -tate knowa. Noth? lng that l iould say upon the publlc piat? form could alter lf, elther for better or for worse lt would be unbecomlng ln me i.? eommend II to vou or to seek to give lt color by m> own expoattlon of it " Dlacusslng the personne) of those who are opposing hlm. OoverBOr Wiiaon said. lt |? Intereatlng Ifl t|0<e how larKa a pro? portion of them aie men W_p ?*?'?* c?___ date* Tor aopointinenr to offlre and whom 1 dld not aPftolnt. There are one or two ,cr- ronapfcuoua Inatancea and a creat man. mlno. ?>i.e? of peity aplte and disap poitiuneni Bu' ihat I- nol the Irnportant side nf fhe matter. that Is cause IBr ?on tempt rather than for lon-ern What roncerni U* and makes fhe matter 4-ery mu. h laricer and inore scrlous than tbe mere lneidental queation of whether I am to be nomlr.ated a- Bal'lmore or nol la fhe fa-* that "hhi la Mr Smith s ettempt io re-eeta.bl.ah Ina control over the Demo .ratic parf. and pui hlmaelf once more In i poaltlon ?o 1.14k" the ivemocraMe ma.-hln** an adjunr; and partn.r of the old Republi? can machlne lu eervlng thf epeclfJ intereat* nt _*>w Ier?e- *? ts th* last deaperat* M I tempt of Ihl dis^redifed ..Id regime ta |B? atroy and aupplaot the nee **hall Fhe femo.rats of New .leraey aend dele_?iei to Baiflmore who are free men .ii a;e the spe lal Uit-iest- agaio 10 name n.m to repreaent them" The repre_en?a ti\ea of apeelal Inieresta wil' l>e ln a h?-li >_? um-lRiiing minority at Ftaltlmoie Ia the P-Ogrerelvp nemocraCy ef Kew Jerses to (ontrtbute t.. that mlnotit! " Rx-Benator BaUt- '"ide the fol'owtng rourneiit on the Uovernor' ef?temeni ? i,.,\ernor Wllaon a sia'.unent. BO far as lt --afera 10 me, la ah-OlUtell fBUB It Is eni anotbar evleence of the Irgratltude wlfh v l,ich he i-efurns the aaelatanee an.j kindness of hla frlenda _ SOLVING POISON MYSTERY Son of Mrs. King Believes Perse cution Caused Her Death. I Pi 1 f'-_t'C,' ? '?' ' Ptttafleld, M?-. May M Henry King a member ot the Nev York BOltce force. ha.4 dlacovered endence ?4;i'!' may reauit ln lan arreat aoon ln hli efforta to prove that | Mrs. Frank l.lna. liis mothev. wsa hound.-d | to her grave b; in>steriou. peraacutlon. Mr* King dted a few da.1 ego. With I her d.mghter Annle ahe llved on ber farm I near the rlllBge of Hl.effleld The famlh found a poteoned piece of meal near thelr dog kcuiei one morning Boon afterward aome of the cattle were found poiaoned Then the horses were poteoned. Beerefa of thc barBi ahowed thal potaoB I ,i been icattered over hai and grain, Kxaminatlon of the well from Whlch the (aadt) drinklng *ater was obtalBed led tO tne bettaf ti>at thla alao bad been poteoned The nissteriou- pol-OOtng BO ?rought on Uie aervai of Mra. King thal she became 111 lle.irl trouble developed. and when pneumonla sn In Mrs. King fell i aulck v i. tim to the dl?eu?e ARMED WOMAN FIGHTS BANK With Rifle She Retakes Restau rant Oaptured by the Foe. [ Bv Telrirraph le The TT___e 1 rincaao. Ma\ -1 Armed wlth a rifle and ?taadlng al ibe head of a little army "f prlvate detectlvee, Mrs. Man Cunnlngham nri.i hei reataurant. at No. W4J Waal Iftth atreet, againal Invaaloo by the Bouthweal Bavtnga Banb to-day. Mra. Cunnlngham u_d her rifle lo fllapoaaeia agenti "f the hank. who hnd tiken tbe bttlM-Bg ln her ebeonco. Mtaonderatand-ag over the termi of tha lease by which Mrs. CunnlBgham took tbe reataurant gave rlee to the .olfferencee \..lordlrta to thoae Intereated In th* -BBB the reataurant w.is leaaed to Qtltaarta McDonald bv C. H Joyce, thi owner Tha term- ot this leaae mada lt rton-tranafer able but Mrs Cunnlngham elalaaa te ho,.i b Huhleaae from Ollberl <* MeDonaW. Tiie i.ank. actlng under thc .lalm ol au thorltv from the owner. is seeking to get posaesHlon of the rcstaurant room for ita '"The defenders declare workmen were sent to the reataurant without warnlng and threw out the cook, who was alone ln Ihe bulldlng. and piwceeded te laar ap the rrlBce. preparatory to Hiangee 10 ba nuide for the bank. Then .ame Mrs. ( unii ng lutm. aeeorapanled by her son William. both armed, and they qulckly raeawereai lio>S( .Sf.i.111 _ OUI Al IR on Hotel Association Refused to Ad mit Its Representative to Their Conference. TALK OF FOREIGN COOKS Extra Men Take Strikers' Places, So Patrons of Hotel Get Their Dinners in Ignorance of the Situation. Carrylng oul its ultlmatura tabuel Wedneadai to the tnteriiation.il Hot-i Workera' Union, the Hotel aaeoelefltoi refuaed yaatarday to admtt the union? repreaentatlvei Bdward Blochllnger. la us eonfarence wltli ? lolnl commtttaa from tbe vartoua waltera" nnd ,???,.%? guiids and aaaoc-atlona for the purpo** of discusslng tho grtavgncaa of the en. ployes. In retullation for thia snuh o-i the r<irt "f the hotel men the nniba called a near strike last nlght agalnat the Hotel Belmont nnd ..rdered e.ut the coofca at the crtti.-al moment of prep.i,. Ing for dinner. ? "It ls juat * ?lfh of "h;,f ?r- ''"' (1?-" said Joseph Elwert. who la ln eharge nf tha Keimont strike. TUty-tve eeeka walked out an.l rrlpplo'l Ihe serv ic the hotel. Uj-laei the IntaraatiomJ unfon ic rcoognlaed hy the hotei men, wa ?.t!i nn the same thlnar fo evrv hotel and restaurant ln th* city.'' At the Belmont. however, tlil* strike waa minimized. Only twehe out ef thlrty general cnoka. lt was said. waik?l out, with no di?<>rder and without uaua. ing any in<-onvenleii'-'? to tlie ?erM:-. Thia aetion was f.rleeen, tha fteimiru managfment said. and reaerve men wer? held ready to atep Into the place* left varant. bo that the p;itrons -'-rt rom pletely ignorant of anv h.ilt m th? .bv nfr prepnratlons. Exuectlng further and more BtraauJMM trouble from the discoutented ho'M workers as a re-sulf of the r*?fu?^i of the hotel meri to recognize th?lr aaion, |?-,? potft e taptaina of the pgajalftg eoetrbig the large hotel district ha\e recelved of ilets t.i pla. e extra tOaATYA men nbo.t the hotels threatened. Extra Patrolman oo Duty. Four extra patrolmfn t er- put M duty at the Knlckerbocker. the Wgidorf, the AsU.r and a number of other botel* whlle one man extra was pla-'ei -ir a ? moat every hotel ln the dlBtrt't. T'r"*n men were instruvted not to pernvt parading or disorder of anv klnd - parl of the strikers. The order* were also tO allow pi.-keting "of a reaa sort. but not to permlt any of the rirv eta to handle any one.'' The Hotel AgSOClatlon weol lAtO awj Bion at 3 o'clock, to await the arn <- At the }oin< committee from the varlou?a? sorlations with whlch they were ertfllag to treat. In reiterating his fttBtaMBBt that tho union would not be recog' Frederkk Reed, prealdent, laid ampha* Me on his agaertlop thal the hotel n-,n repreaented |38O.-?3O,000 tn real eatate and other nrnperty IntereatB. whtle Uie new union did not. have more riian *-V 000 la Hs treasury. Hia assorlatron, he e?id. had to eni ploy and mok ?ut for .Viftno amffcirf and he a-=serted that fully <(> BOf eaal of these dld not want to ;.trik? H* aaid an Inveatigatloa had aatlMled kl? and his asso.-iate- of thle tad an?. th. felt able to handle the eituAtion. Th* e-onfer. nce v?as e-.illed to order affr < onsiderable delfly, bai it ? * qutekty broken up wh*n lt -a- dt*. o . lered thmt ? meaaber ?>f thi proacrlbed 1 internationM' union was ln the rOOl I the Oammidge Bullding, In tha euart-i of the Hotel A*eoe|ation where the meetlng tvas held Hotel Men Stand Pat. Ihe hotel ni^n stood pat and said ther* would do nothing until the intruder va v..ned. The reprcaentattv c.< e.f th-. varl aua ?oclftlea pre.ent came Back wltb tba declaratlon that thay could nol pi without th?? aanctlon ui the union. lha ? flnaily agrred that the: would retftra l i a body to confer wlth "th ... union Before Uiry followed oul tlu: plan. however. \Y. ?'. Muachenhelm, ol ,ti'? Aator, Bought to Boothe then >'i'h ? on clllatory w.<rds. ii?- aald he ii*'i rleea frotn the rankg hlmaelf .mfi hi * mn thlsed wlth the men and hoped tn> eind their employera would come to nome sort af an ag.eem.nt. H- dei lared ttlat the niannger* w?re ready to r|o -" ln th^ir power tO set'.le th , B- ->t issue. (Jeorge C. RoMt. ?f ihe tvaldorf rt* preeeed the opinlon that the waltera us i their varlous strlkes h;)d t iken M ladvantaae of tho hotela, bul added th. w i?h thal the trouMea mict.t b? im'-a bly aet tled .\ number of men were i:-~' the Wiildnrf laal niRht, some of whora Bdid they were atrlke breaker fb* hotei managaaaenl refuaed to v- r quertea about ihem. The federal governrnent wgi brought int.. the altuatlon yeaterday, a-hen Ed ward Blochllnger, of the union. ,-'>ir--1 th.it Jamea B Bagan, of the Hotel Knlckerbocker, who returned yeeterdey from Rurope on the France, "?s Importe lnjer foreign eOOfca. Kdwin R Woodg an l_am|gratton inspeetor, s.ii.i ia>t aajM that he had been detaiieri to Inveetlgata Ihla f-iuir^.-, but tuid found no foundertod lor it ns v^t. He aald thal ae i ?* watohmg tho whole matter carefuHj Mr. Regan Beiid the charge araa r'n-'u loue, ns he had ao deetrc to pej a Ipi of li.'i"^ for bringing foreign eooka M' der contract Into this ...tn" Bell and Wing By FREDERICK FANNINd AYER Absorbing. iMllliing inspiring, baffling.-Z-OMdon Aeademy. Power aud originality.?Cgri Lxammer. A grett wotk.?Boston Herald Marks of genius constantly.?Troy Record. A wcalth ol iflras.?Boston Transcripi. Gemiine aspiration an.l power.-Ovfev/f Review, England. Near tlie stan ?Portland Oregonian. AeMtmnd-Ug irrtilitx.?Brooklyn 1 imes. A ttriking book o! verfe.^e_wfga Po.tt. 0. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, Pubtlshers, N. Y. ^k*> < ?