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HEDGES IN 'CONFESSBf
SAYS HE IS UNBOSSED _C? Candidate, Making Declaration of Faith, Asserts He !s "Free, Mentally and Morally." AUBURN WARM TO PLEA All Elcments Applaud His Ap? peal for a Change at Albany -Would Put No Politics Into National Guard. u > Aubarh, n r.. Oct .-? *'?'> ? n< dgcs. h. nbUcaa '..:? i 'oor, tiav eti... to-day through Ontarlo, Beneca an,i ,fc? co ml ? roteri that tf they like'! th, k'*"' ol BtXtB government ? | laal two years they I r ,t lf they Want* . i mi i tter- th.-y mual vol ? for liim. for t'.? 1'.. pul loan . ar !:roU>,-h whlch \; Re ended the day v tn H blfl .?' a ii he .. I n unusuuiiy Bympathetlc audl ? Il ne""l4*.l no irrea' amount of argimen*. to porauado hM hearara here that a change was dtsi:..M?-, f'ir tbfl Ropubll .,.i,s .,!:,: Iready knew lt Th. DemiH-rats are mostly followers of Ttibmai Motl Oi "ornc, who qult Oovernor Dtj aftel he found Murphy, of Tammany, . xecutlve. ? eleanenfa are aliVe t., the dangera of Tam niany-controllcd government--so much aih iperedj tbal aome of thi,n wjlj take no chances wlth Sulzer, although 'Mr. t.isWne secms satlsfled that Bulaer ?hf"? Mccvired from hls admlratlon for <":olter. >Ir. Hedges made to-n'ght what he coafeaaloa of polltlcal faith. In tt he pledgeB hlmself to be an "un I .aae<l" (J-overnor. Wadsworth Beraies Tammany. ,'ntnes W. Wadsworth, jr., candidate for Bl .".overnor, travell.-d wlth Mr. liedgea during Ihe <lay, un I tjld at each :.0g tl_i.wav Tammany Hall used the . goTernmenl and the Leglelature for pollUcal advantagi Bepraaentatlra ;: Pay~< apoke with tii- candidate to-nlght, talking mostly on the tarifl an'l tl,. IiIk'i ??? ' p#ro_perltj Republican control. Mr. Hedges had hard lach wi*i. iiis raiiifiio .v)'?_-"l . He Waa forced t.. ::iit speeches echeduled for Brlghton ami Pittaford because hia train waa late, araa aM, r11, r,- -. to ahake bands wlth ti.. votera who browded around hun when ?ir,4ii ippear. Further aloni train was an hour behlnd, but ln aplte i throng8 al Vrt'ir, ' 'ailahdalgua, ? leneva, Water ...m tho latter i ? io thla cll y and waa taken l ? ? ? V h : i, . ng him ti trieWB Ih the national guard due tn "'? ?" ement of i :., thia n_< stlon: "Wlll . ,,r the i ? ? i don't l y ipw tnat if J am <;o-ernor, I wlll not i ut anj p illtlcs Into th*- nal ,-.-;i, ooi p "t polltlea into anythlng thal Btate ol Nea york. Thnt i- my ..i to that. Whatever I arrong I It, and i wanl every human being wlthin the aound ol my t,, know tbat ? onble *a Ith the state go\ ? ? ? * ..il along ? ifl put Hs brand of politics int.. everything. Nol that ?,, i.- conMd*sfed a polltlea] . ?? of that term?far from lt. Tammany was simpiy an organlsatlon for the aggrandlse thc f< w who > optrolled it. lt was a i pul !? ? alty o the few who ra-i it above a man's path ot ot 1. ? rhat wa? why st.it-- dt-i.aitui, !its went to pieces \nder Taramoae a.iri. tration, aad why Tamtnany ln New York Clty produced conditions whlch wen I ble for th<- Rosenthal murd- r. If the DemocraM oould ?t(,nd for that k . , i ANY dealer xTl will tell you that the sale of FATIMAS has increased faster than that of any other cigarette ever put on the market. This sen? sational growthis the result of extra quality put into the cigarettes, in? stead of into a fancy paekage. "Distlncthefy leartidaal'' they must vote for Pulier. Mr. Hedges went on. And If thfl Progreselvea llked such condltlons they must vote for Straus and so helj. Sulzur and Tammany Into ofllce and turn the Leglslature over to Tammany agaln. lf not, let them .ill vote fur hlm. He pledged hli woi.l that lf he loak offlce he would do everythlng in hls power to reatort the government to where it wae under Hughes and even to Improve on that standard. Confeaaion of Poiitical Faith. The cantildate'B 00-fOMlOfl of poiitical faith follows: I belleve in the Unlted States nf Amer? iea as tht greatest evolution of human government evei bad up"" this niun tline epbere. i belleve in in*r tradltiona, her nmnhood nntl her great ProgreM, and l will challenge and content] witn ti.v mu'i wbO tries to prostitute her honor. . ,, . i belleve in the Btate of ^?,? Yor7, and tln* good that ahe bnn done ana ahould do. i belleve in ihe Republican part]* a.*- u means lo an eiui and nol tne of tl." go* ..rnmeni. I belleve in an ...tth O'f nlH.-e and tlie fat t tlii.t ?.*.!.? man bolda publlc othve be is under con tract mentaJl) and morally lo the people whom he repreaenti to aerve them ?.?.ith t?te aama aanctlty that be would serve a hoi\- cau ?? , i pledge vou in all aincerlty my aaorea wt.iti of honor thal within the llmtta ol mv capacity and auch atrength in mlna aa l ahall bave aiven me fmni tba Prov* Idenca of Qod, an.l I apeak an ? >"|;in reverenclng vrood tblnga tbal lf the peo? ple ..f thla great atate pla**e me ln tlie utlve chalr J ahall conaldai II M i a duty to llve ap to my oath pi offlce as 1 did to vislt m Danaville the other day the pl?oe where m. people He. I wanl vou to know nif*. 1 don'l think I n'ii a cauae. i don'l think i am hlKg-*" than the rest aii i can pledge is ino tlve, effort and the mannorw thnt itt within ma, a.id when 1 go and J'"' *4Pe mc take an oi.th of offlce to perform the dutles of (Jovernor of the State of Ne*;*** Vork vou can put vour Uvee in the bal that 1 do it us free a man, men? tally and morally. as e\t*r went to thla I capital. Mr Hedges wlll speak at Amsterdam to-morrow morning. and end hls apetata afgn wlth a big meeting to-morrow night at Albany Thence he v.111 return to New Vork < ity. ? ' ? HILLES DERIDES WILSON Groping for Attractive Forms of Vote Getting, He Says. "? loveriiar Wilson has been groplng, m hazlnets of mind." said Chairman Hilles, of tiu* Republican Natlonal Committee, yesterday, "after somethlng attractlve to present to the American people to COH vlnee them he ahould he elected Preal? dent He talk" ahout a programme of 'social betterment,' lo i.e undertaken when he ls elected. bUt as usual he is tareful to glve no omtlirie of what that programme would contain. "In tln* llght of the i'emo'-rath- pro gramma' for tha last two yeara ln r**la? j t;on to 'social betterment' Doctor Wilaon loartalaly doea not lack aeif aaaurance, it l i was tiie Democratic rnajority in tha ii.*us.- o( Repraaantattvea tbat atrangled tht* railway employea*' compenaatlon aci whlcb Prealdent Tafl had eapouaed vlgor oualy. The sam.; Democracy defeated tbe publlc health bill -md other meaaurea ol almilar 'aodal betterment.' Republican . tainat the pen?ataal oppo -dUon pl tba De*?-ocrata la Oo_greaa ahinea brijghUy Ifl comparlaon Wltb the Democratic record." ? l_l**man Hlllea then went on to of the j-. itepa taken hv tne Republican party for tbe eatabllahment , t ... ? i nnk& the deatrucUon ..r Interatate "whlU Have" trafflc, tbe ?..*: ol a bureau of minea to . tn<* llves a mln. ra, the ab .11 tlon ,.l ]? ... ngt ptoeXiot tl in the 1 X Southern Btatea an.l many simllar '?'"? "What doei Doctor Wilson pi ask*. ? ? -i Hlllea "Nothlng but thi* word progran?n?k-an empty programme u one *-1 rj*_ l * - feature deflned Preal Tafl is the cohaletenf *rlan< j - .. ial b< ttei ment ' ti.- never haa mlali d . oph by holdlng out falae pro and (ie n'v.-r v ill Ile doea nol make Pfemiaes for j.oiiticai effect. Hla la ? record U perfoTmancea." ? :\-.. J in J. Each, of Wla .. i, in .. li tt. il natlonal terday, wrltea: "1 fei-l to <-.im -. thia Btate " n t.. aay that a i trong mova* ? for Tafl hai Bei In. "Thli li ;.ar t (u-iy u it among the r.-irniii.g* tdassea. he writes. "and thi n ?-. m> nt .* to the tacl thai thev are enjoying h proiperlty nerer known before, and fi-. i that ?-? change of admlnlatratlon may ,,ff,.rosperil [ have not found . i,i nr..>' very mueh R< ? tx- ]< ?? b timcrit "_ ;new forum incorporates Irvine's Work at Ascension Church Bearing Fruit. Chorchea of New York are taking on ti ? for:m plafl a." ? pcrmaniiit faatura prominent men hava coaaantad to aerva a<= truateea of an tocorporatad publlc fornm. growing* out of the discus-ions h* !d fcunday alghta under the management of Alexander n. Inrtaa nt the Ctaurcb of tha r-ioa. Fifth avenua nnd 1-ttb stnet. Ti.e plan i*-' to extend the work t.j othar chutrcbaa. not an of them ESpli opal Tlie new ff.rum at the ChttTCh of the Ai-enslon has cs corporators the H?v. Percy B, Grant, "ractor of the church; Oeorge Oordon Battle ahd Mra T. P. F-tquabar. Othera who are behind tiie movement Include 11. njatrin C Mursh, Firneai Porte, Paul Kellogg, Prank T. Btockbrtdga, C. B. Oudebrod, C. A. Btod dard, Mra Nilso-i Henry, >irs. Phtltp Lydlg. Mrs. lieorge E?bridga Mrs James ^\. WrlKht and MlS. *'. TL H'.l'on.h Wealthy women, who are able to glve tbelr time without ealarlea ara to wok for the new forum. Btudlea are to ba made pf social conditlons. There Is a "Whlte slavt" COmmlttae. There are to be noondav meetlnga aa wall aa meetings followlng the Sunday nlght BervlOfc The oi.ening niKht of the new forum, next Buadi * ' ba a pallttoal night. Tht* laauea >.f the ca?ipalgn aill ba pie ..i from tha iieniocrath-. Rapatdicaa, Bodallal and Piugi-wlva polnta of vlew and J Hampden Dougherty wlll sum np. Vestrymen of AaoOUlOfl paiiah, Bald to .oi.ject to the praaeblng of Mr. Irvlne, but Wl o gpprawa tht new public forum. Include August Reimont. Qaorga a. Hearn, John En i;erwintl. Oaoirge Oordon Battle, Arte mai wai i. John It Flagler, *iohn riantn. Joaapb s. Anai?ach, Cleasenl a. Qris.om, Ji., and Edward R- Riddle. i a WILSON WANTS SENATE Must Have Democratic Body to Accomplish Anything. Burllngton. N. ?"?. 0?t rW-Ooveriior Woodrow Wilson admlttedly tOOh a l""g look ahead to-day and made a vlgornua appeal ln two countles, hitherto Repub? lican, to send Danoerata M tba Naw Jeraey Laglalatura, arbleb oonvaaag un Jannary 1 next While the I'residential nomlnee touched often on natiinal issuett, he chlcfly dl? rected hls energy In three speeches tow? ard overiomlng the present Republican rnajority ln th?* State Leglslature to ln aiiiv the choice of a DeaBOCratk (Jov? ernor to succeed himself ln the event of hla eiectlon to the Preatdanry. nnd to obtaln also a Democratic Leglslature on lo'lnt In-llot to send Willlam Bughee to the I'nlted States Senate. The OoveTBOl was enthualastlcally received at Cape Alay Court Ilou*., W'ildwood and Uur lington. Wbara he spoke. but h>* said he waa not eyehlng the suffrages af lhe pao* pie in his own behalf but to? two instru nuiits- a Decomratic Legls! iture and a Democratic L'nltcd Stutcs Senator. SULZER SPEAKS AT E Resumes Campaign in City After Speaking in 42 of the 55 Upstate Counties. M'COOEY SHARES CHEERS Candidate Attacks Straus in Brownsville; Announces He Is Friend of the Worker?En counter with Lorillard. After talking hls wny through forty tw.i of the flfty-five uiistnte counties, Wrtllam Sulzer. Democratic nominee.for Oovernor, returned last night to wind up hM campaign in this clty. He spoke at seven meetlnga ip 'be outailrtrU et Brook* | ',yn. rrTtftnatfll with St. Anthony's I'arlsh Hall, ln CJreenpolnt. nnd reachlngi down to I'ohhlt,'s Hall, al 51?t street nml Fourth avenue. Ray Rldge. The meetiiifcs gTOW larger and more enthuaiastlc as the evenlng advanced. and the Pongress nnn warme.l up proportlon ately. At St. Anthony's Hall, where ba talked t<> six hundred young men of the nelghborhood. the cheers were a trltle slow ln comlng, hut when he reached PaMea Hall, Wllliamsburg, hls second stop, a real oldtlme polltlcal demonstra tlon was let looae by the elght hundred worklngrnei, assembled there. The candidate was accompanied on hlB tour by John McCooey, Democratic leader of Klngs County. MoCooey came ln for hls share of cheers ln the meetlng at the I/ong Island Buslness College, In Rldge wood. where one enthtislHBtlc Democrat shouted above the tumult that greeted Mr. Sulser's entrance: "Hooray for Hoss McCooey'" The candidate conflned hlmself for the most pnit tO repetltlOBfl Of the apeechea? dellvered t"> Ma UpOtate audltors, empha Hi-iiig at his tlrst meetlng bM praaalaa at u bu.inessiike admlnlatratlon, and. ;it hM BQOOnd, hla trlendahlp for the laborer. Affr malntalnlng that the tariff dld nothing to ralse thfl standard et wages ln, tnls country. he said: lf tha Amerlcan workman ls a little better off than the forelgn workman he baa ii" ..i.i' to thank hut himself. lio agency t,, praise for i i* Improved C4,ndl Uona tjut hla loyal brothera ln the uad"* unions of the country. whlch have done than all other tt.lnx*. combined t.> promoti hls progress, protect hla Inter? ests and t.neflt hls w.lfar*. He spent mneh of hls flfteen mlnutes at the New Palm Oarden, Brownavllle, pralaiag l~e J. ?<, 4,nd attacklni ..^.ar Straus fer hls attlttide toward Tammany HM other meetlnga were al lha Paha Oarden, Baahwlek, an.i Congreaa iisii ln Baai New Vork Mr. Bulaer1.nd meetlng yeaterday morning, it Mlddletown, w-.-,s ttnged wi'h a Mt Of exclt.-ment when I'lerre I>irll lard. .lr. whoea atumnei n ime i*. M thal I-art Of the stati-, trled to qulz hlm on the tariff. Mr laortllurd hnnded him an ,-"l!tor!:,l from a Ni-w York morning newapaper or reeeai tinte, wM< i .:.u ciaed Wllllaaa F, McComba for hoidir,^ OUI a line tp i""-!i"-vers In n proti 'I ? tariff. aid requeeted hlm (4, commant upon lt. Mr. Bulsev was unable to read 111 <- 4<!ip plng on aecount of ti!'- bad light lu :he theatre, and when Mr. I/.riiiard also fOUnd dlffll llty 11. .1'iltiK' BO the . low l of eiKht hundred people Jeered hlm to bla Hi-nt. Tha candidate proceeded with his Speeob. bul returned to the eplsodc at the , nd wlth tha r<mark: Mr Ketcham, an old frlend r.f mlne, Informa me that ihe gentlemen who ln terrupted t!,e meetina- to ank tha quea tlor wblch he dld nol seem able t . r r > pounil w;is iM.-t r?- Lorillard, jr , ,,f the Toi ,-o , o j'r-.i-1 \v?n, i want to tei: hlm whal he ought t", know that the Demo? cratic party never waa a free trade party, an.i nevei arlll h.- a free trade party. I hope I have convlnced hlm r.-aardlng hi? Inqulry, but If l have ri4.t. that i-. not my fault. At aii eventa i ..m ^:ad t?. tell hlm that nithin two yeara ba wlll be pay* ing hi* share of tn\< s on hls BUrplUB rev , :,ie t.i support the government. Tl fl eend!l\ate_ ot*er talks were at Port Jervla, OoBhen, Monroe, Tuxedo, sioats burg and Buffern. He \tII1 addr.ss the Democratic mass meetlng at Mniii-on Pipmre Oarden an'l several smaller gath* erltiRs to-nlght, and during the remnlnlng daya oi th* campaign win devote his en ernles tO the Eaat Slde, Harlem atid Long Islan i FAIRBANKS WILL PRESIDE Hedges to Address Auto Men To-morrow. a Busy Day for Him Porrnei Vlce-Preeldenl Charlea W I'air banka wlll prealde at the good roads rally of the Automoblle Trad.- League to-mor n>w nlght at Carnegie HalL .i<>t> B, ?iii be tha piinetpal apeahar. Other speakera win i?- Frank N. Oodfrey, former maater ot the New *i4,rk Btate Orange, ar.4i percy Ho.iki-r, former Buper lnt< n"ient >.f Highwayi 'if tha Btate, There wlll bfl a parade af automoblles before Ihe meetlng. The cars win have a rendeavoua .it Plfth avenu,- and Ftth street. They wlll form ln line at 7 o'clo.k oi, tha Beat BMe <"f Flfth avenue, between 57th nml 4"th atreeta, Tha Hne of march wlll b.- through C7th street to Klghth nve nue. down Klghth avenue to llth street, east to -flfth avenue, where the Brooklyn contingent wlll swlng Into Hne. From there the paraile wlll go up Flfth avenue to Zld stre.-t. north on Rrntulway to 45th Btreet and thence up Seventh uvenue to Carnegie Hall. Mertoa k. Lewis, chairman of the ex er-utive committee of ttn** state commit? tee, )44.lnt.-d OUl yesterdny that th.- BBOBt* Ing was l.-liiK BlaaMd l.y the Autotnobil." Trade LeaffUO, and that the state com? mittee had nothing to do wlth It. ??Th.- efforta of tha leadera et the Pro gresslv-4- party to i reate a fals.* impr.-a slon." he said, "by .-hnrglng the Repub? lican organlsatlon wlth regponslhlllty for the proposltion and then 4leclarlng that UM Oerdea had heen abanUoned beeauge of lack of Interest ln the campaign are i haracterlstlc of that party." Mr. Hedges wl,l have. a busy 'dny to morrow. At noon he ls to speak at the Jewellers' Taft I,eague, No. 31 Mald>*n I_,ne, and at the Travellers' Sound Money league, No. 434 Rroadway, and at an open alr meetlng at the Junctlon of Llb? erty street and Malden I_?ne. He wlll speak also In the evenlng at Klsmet Temple. ln Brooklyn: Kmpire Hall, ll?>th street, near Klghth avenue; Lenox Hall, 116th street and Lenox ave? nue: Majestlc Hall, 12_th street, between Lexlngton and Park avenue*, and Ntblo's I'anino, 170th street ami Third avenim. Hecretary MacVeagh of th'- Treasury De? partment wlll also sp.-ak at the last meetlng. Wh MEMBSRS o! ihe CITY'S REPUBLICAN CLUBS ?ne of the most strenuoua flghts of tho campalgn ia belng waged ln the 21st Con? gress Dlatrlct, ??.here Martln C. Ansorge, Republican nominee for Congress. is at? tacklng the record of the present Con gr.'ssman, Henry Ccorgc, Jr.. the Demo i-r.itlc candldate. Mr Ansorge ls charg ing that Mr. (J-orge dld not fulfil his pr -?lertion promlses. and voted agalnst labor, penslon and clvll servlce employ.? bllls. He has recently been rlected a member of the Xew York County Committee, and ls a member of the Republican Club of tha <itv of Naw York and of the Man? hattan RepabUcan Clob. iie baa bahn elaeted a dalegale ta ******. state eon i-ntions. Ha is afliliated with many phll anthropit*. charitable, fraternal and abdal oikrani/.atlons. IndOdlng tiu* Ilarhm Board of Coaunaroa, Hounl Btaai-Hoo* pltal. Steiben S"Cl..ty. City A. C. l.-l'a non Hospital, Natlonal Fetbi utl.m of Theatre riubs. Young l'-opl.-'s LeafM of T. I.. JunkM Sluterbood ipatroni, N'ew York County Lawyers' AeaoC?*itlon. Alumni Association of 4*olumbia College. ITnlted Hebrca Charttlea, Hebrew Orptaaa Aaylum and Mount .N'el.oh Lodga Mr. Ansorge has tbe todoraement of prominent Repuhlicans. Democrat.* and i'rogresslvs, nmom: whom bte Danlel r. Hayea, viniam fl Banaat. B W. Bloom? ingdale, Charlea *v Andereon, Nlchota* Murray I'.utl.r. Max rf. t ii lf. nham-n, th.e Rar. M. H ilarrls, Judge .K-hn R Davies. Leonard M. WaUateia. Charlea B Uttia fleld. Samuel ,1. Hloomingdale, of Hloom lagdala Brothera; B. V. D. Ko.*h, of H. C. F. Koch & CO.J Adelbert S. Nicholaa, president of the Harlom Roard of CoBI merce; the Rev. Charles L. Qoodall. ?** ward Ward McMahon. and Colonel T. R Martln. Mr. Anadrge, tn dlscusslng h!s rnm paign yesterday. said: "I arn ln thla fight to wln. "Mv opponents are hoth Democrats. Thev are flghting each other bard for the Demoeratk vote. I think they wlll get it i am thi- only Repubttcaa la the ii* M. and Republlcana and Pragreaalvaa an.l Protec* tionist Damocrata wlll rote aottdly for mv elertlon. "I am ln favor of n tarlff that wlll pro? tect Amerlcan industry ar.d Amerlcan Inbor. but beyond that u tatlff should not go The-'tariff should equallai tha eaat of productlon at home .ind abroad, wlth a loaoonahli) margin ln favor of the bome produeer antl Amerlcan iai.?>r ? i belleve in tha Conatltutlon of th>* Unlted Btatea and resent utiy attack upon it through tha recall af ? 1 idlclal de .i-'..n. I rihldo ln my Congreeg district. and if elected I wlll al i.*ast axtand to my constltuenta tl?e COUTteay of a reply to their con?nunlcatlona That la more thnn my Democratic opponent, lha prea ent . 'ongn "?"inn, ean ? >> ?? ?*?,.* lami i Bt. Blalna i I ib of th.* M |y MMrit t will hold a raliy this ......... ?t PmUBt Hall. No Bl ??"?*?> Broadway. Jemm W Wadaworth, eaa* dldate for Ueutenaat Ocrarnarj Melor( Btelnbrtnk, candldate for Attorney Oen* .ral; Abraha-n I Ollbert, candldate for the Bupreme Couri Bench, and the local randldatea aill speak. To-morroa alfhl the club Wtll hald a mats n.ttt.g al Terraee liyecum. Na W Baal Broadway. Job ,; Hedgaa candldate fot Oownor. wlll be the prlnclpal sp.akei Aleaaader Wotf. oaeenthre member al ,,,. ith Dlatrlct Rcpubtlcan Club, ont cndldate for Congreaa. has Inatltuted a ,.?,?,,. picture campalgn. aUdeb la meet lag the approval of tbe men. w-.men and chudrer of the dlatrtct A larga acraen haa been plaend on the club's buiiding ln (Irand street Upoa this ar- thrown eotnlc plcturea Intaraperaad with ahort and ta tbe point reaaona for aupportlag tha Ra* publlcan candldates ,;?,TK? l, tivtagaton. Renubiican can? didate for the Aaaembly In ti.e Mh Dto* !,.,?? it condil.tlng what he calla a "stalr cuSblW^vMST' Rflgurea that each l TOLD DYNAMITE SECRETS Hockin's Story Described by Slcuth at Trial of 45. ladlanapolla. Oct ML~Robart 1. foatar. a deteetlve, teatlfled at lha trlal of the j forty-flve ai!.??)*? ??.'. dynamlte plottara to? day thal Harhert B HocWn, on* of tha defendaata. made the foUawlai atatamant to hlm. ? I'm not golng to be the only goat. When you take. me, you'll take the whole bunch. 1*11 he aatls'led lf I get off wlth a few yi-iirs, but I wlll not go on the Btand. 1' ?*'>'**J he w..rth my Uf" for me to tcetlfy against tha othera " roatei teatlfled Hoekla .. apoka whUa the federal grand Jmy last wli,tei waa lnvc4tlgatlng alleged niegal tranaporta ii.m ..t dynamlte on passenger tralna. ?| met llockln si'veral times Whap tha jcrand Jury was in sesslon." said Poater. "Ha promlsed to prOCOra out uf tho li.ni workers' Ofllca any letters coiitalning |n crlmlnatlng avldaaoa Ha repeatad he was BOt tlu* OOiy one ln the OaM anl dld not propoae to be th.* goal for all of them. Aftei ba turne.i ti.Aee key o*et so wa mlght procure the letteis at night l told hlm i appradatad whal he had d. and he wouldn't IOM aiivthiiiK by it At one tlme in tiie offlct* he polnted out .. bundle of letters and said: 'Here an. aama from the Californla end.* They arere Blgned bW 01*1 b. TVitmaa of S?an Fran? clsco. "Another tlme I met Hockln In the fadaral hulldlng and told him remorae . vl.l. ntly had tak.-n pobaesslon of hlm. I advised hlm to go to- District Attorney Mlll.r and mak* u than brcast of lt. Ijiter ba told me he had gone to Miller and had tOld hlm all." J. A. 0, Hadorf, of New York, asslstant to Waiter Drew, ioiiiim I for the Jjtcctors' Association, teatlfled born irnlni a visit to UM homa of McManlgal's father, at Tlffin. Ohlo, after McNaniara's arrest. Hadorf .-ahl M one-]>ound stlcka of dynamlte were found ln a shed, havlng been hidd. u Ut*** hv McManlgal and James H. Mc? Namara Deo M Rappaport, an attorney who u celved fll.OUO tir, a fee out of the Mc? Namara /Jefence fund. testifled that he went to fjon Angeles alx days after Mc? Namara s arrest In Indlanapolla, and took wlth hlm a amall blue checkbook and a bankbook. that he talked wlth McNa? mara Jn the county Jall about the check? book, and that on returnlng to Indlan apolbI lie destroyed the book. TAFT'S DAY HERE QUIET Ouest of Hilles at Luncheon and Goes Motoring Later. Apart from hls offlclal appearance yea? terday at the launching of tho New York. Prealdent Taft apent a comparatlvely qulet day. He took brcakfaat at tbe mtrmmM MARTIN ANSORtJK Republican candidate for Congress ln the 21st Dlstrlot._ nlght hls quest for rotes means the elimb lng of more than 2.<XX) steps. Oeorge YV. Wanmaker. leader of thc Uth Assembly Dlstrlct beltevee that in hls forty yeara in polttioa he has haa more opportunit) to ma."* a study or straw votea and caavaaaea than any ..ther person "1 llke to rea.l ahout th"se pona ,,, .t, s." sa\H Mr Wanmaker, 'hut my experlence has iuu?ht m.- that ln New V,,rk <'Ity at least they Hr.- ab-olutely u--. leaa." Tha Huimarlan R<epubliran <*luh will hold b mass me-tltig to-nlght at No IM Weat UWh atreet The apeakera wlll i<* job D Hedges, candidate ror Oovernor: Abraham 8. Ollbert candldal for, the . 4 -,, in Beni n; Benator Joal ih T N'ewcomb, Alexander Hrough, ca for I'ongres . Alderman Samuel Marks, Alfred n Jaworoa date for tin* ?,.?.:,,!?.. M-.x Bchllrek and Davld <'.-s turaa. Samuel 8 Btraabourgei arlll pre Hi.Ie _ Tho Republican County Committee an nounoea the following meettnga for to day: NOON. Travelera' Leagua, N'o. CH Bi_edway Aiex \- Campbell ;>t'.'l Colonel John L. Bheppard, ind Sherman Jewellera !' can Club, No. ll Mald.-n Lane willlam H Wadhama and Benjamln M I my, Tariff Exhll it, No. 4.' Unlon B \> inn H Mli-ha. la EVBNINO. Camp Taft No. CM Eaat MM- street Rtra P. Prentlce and K. C Brennan Camp Hedgea No. 1, i^th *tr.et and Wlllls avenue Bara P. Prentli ?? ani K. C. Bl ? !.' 4,1! i __>-r. ob Aeeembly Rooma, Na IM M : otto T Bannard, Rira P. Pren Meler Stelnbrlnk, _*. Croaby Klndle ? and ll ii ry Kopp Lexlngton Hiiii. No. IM Baai li-ith streel Meter Stelnbrlnk, Herbert Par ?ona lt W. li Brown, Albert Ottinger and A ft Ollb. rt Colonial Hall. lf_|t Btreel and Columbua .. M.s. Helen \ Boswell, C. W. Wllllam 8 Bennet Charlea '" Mh.i.s and Wlliinm Hayward r.i, ::l<- Hall. No 809 Kaat Broadway Meler Stelnbrlnk. B W R Brown. Mar? tin Baxe. Colonel Abraham Qruber, Wlll? lam D i-unnlngham, J. Leelli Oossln aud Kmanuel H? rtz Cnlon Republican Club, No. IM Eaat -.,'..- Hartman, Max Horo vltz and Phlllp .! Mi took Twi ? 'i Assi mbly I'l.--trl.*t club. N,, 344 i- j,-1 Mth street Thomas Ring huni. J. J. Kennedy and J. I Conlon, |r. Klrel Asi tmi li I .latrlct Club, n<*. M> Hudson streel Major A. R Carrington and Wllllam C Amos. Tariff Exhlblt, No ? l'nion Bquare Thomai B i gl am. t:M p. BB, Hotel Manhattan heforo golng over to the launchlng BOreaBony In Rrook ivn. with Andrew Carnegie, Henry \V. Taft. Ott., Harnard, Wllllam NelOOfl cromweii, Charlea D HUlea, Jotm H_ya Hammond, Bamuel ft Koenig, Herbert Pi i, charles D, Norton, his former prlvate Becretary: Wllllam B. Hawk, Kd mund Dwlght. M;tx I'aai and the 1'ksI denfB military and tuivil ahls, Major Rhoada and lieutenant Commander Ttm mons. Tl.e Prealdent was tha gaeet of Chalr man HIlMfl al luncheon, whlch *as also at the H4it"-i Manhattan, and at whlch Major Rhoada aad Lieutenant Com mander Tlmraona wera tha only other guesta ln the afternoon the Prealdent took an automoblle drlvB op around Orent'oTomb, ? largfl crowd recognlalng and cheering blm at botk his departure 4in.i return to tho hotel. He left th>* hotel soon after '', o'eloek for his Brooklyn dinner engagement with tt,- men who bullt tha New fork, nnd j was taken dlreotly from tha dinner to the i Pennsylvania tiain for Waahlngton, whleh j Btarted al UfM a'clock. The poli 4- Burrounded tha P?*eBldent both 4<n hls trip t4, Rrooklvn aiul oti hla ire drlve of tha afternoon with tba i.ttn.,st poeaible 4-.,r>-, and, as uauaJ, Be eret Berviee men preceded and foBowed hls autumohlle. EAST SIDE HEARS STRAUS He Addresses Two Mee.ings After Leaving Oarden. While crowds in MadlaOO Sipiare <lar den were atlll cheering Maa, Oaear s. Btraoa Bttppat ,.ut ?,i a aacaajd story win <iow aad "low n by a flre aaeapa te his ,,u lOBlOhlle last nlght ami whiil.-d away to the (Jraml C.-ntral Palaee, No. M dinton street, where he found thfl l)ull'*ing Jainni-.l and a , rOWd outside alniost be? yond control of a squad of guard.-men an.i tho pettee, "How ls 'Tedily'?" screamed a Uttle glrl. "He*s ahouted roareil. Mr. Straus paid hls respeits to Mr. Siuz.-r, "th>- frlend of labor.'* He, hlmself, hc aald, had arbltrati-d great dlBputes be tweea tapHal aaM labor nnd was en? gaged ln buch 8 task now. "When dld capltal or labor trust Mr. Sulzer wlth the settllng of tl.elr illsputes?" he asked. Tho next rn-ettng was at Paclflc Hall, No. 209 Hroadway. where the crowd, though amaller, wae even moro enthusl astlc. "Sulzer appeals to you herause he helped abrognte the Rusnian treaty and thereby helped the Jews," sal.l Mr. Straus. "I ask .your votes because I have dflflM Bty duty toward all Amerlcan eltl zeus." flne and h.-'s grlng to wln," the candidate, aad the crowd WOMEN VIE WITH MEN IN CHEERING COLONEE Catch Infection of Good Nat ured Crowd and Stand on Chairs to Yell. MAUDE MALONE NOT THERE Moosettes, However, Turned Out Strong and Took Chances in Scramble for Seats in Oarden. "1 do believe," muttered the woman wlth the bandanna flag ln elther hand and the wllted collar and the hat over one ear. in a back seat of the gallery at Madlson Square Oarden, last nlght, "I do believe that even the non-partlsan suf fragist, Mra. Harriot Btanton BIntch. would have to cheer for Teddy* if she were here." And. honestly. it secms so. Of course. Mr:'. Blateh's stnaig princlples WOUbin t hine let her. and anyhow rum'.rs had It that she was uptown wlth her cohorts, flring uuestion.1 at the speakers. ln a ward Democratic meetlng-but lt's dollars to doughnuts that she would have had to put a strcng control on herself not to Klve one little femlnlne hurrah. or at lesst to wave a flag. You couldn't help it. It v.ss In thc alr. You mlght have had the bltter convlctlon in your soul five mlnutes before that you were merely a vot4iess female, rtnked wlth i'llots ind crlmlnals. and It would be perfectly sl'.ly for you to enthuse over any candidate; you might be a ecmvtnced Republican. or an ardent Democrat; when you got in there and heard the yelling and saw the hundreds and hundreds of bandanna flags wavlng above the serrled ranks of heads, you felt llke yelling and wavlng too. You thrllted for the man up there wlth the bullet ln hls breast and the pollceman hoverlng behlnd hlm. even if ln tha back of your mlnd you knew thnt you thought h.-'d better not be Tresident agaln. Crowd Keeps Good Nature. My. but that wss a crowd, ami getting ln there was a levelllng procesa, unlesj. you had a tt<*ket that took you to the front. Toward the rear on every side of the great circle people were paeked llke sar dii.es, and they weren't sorted as to qual? lty. as aardlnea are. And nobody mlnded. PrettUy dreaaed women sat wlth the elhows of f:,t men from the Bowery OOOt ling In thelr rlbs, and dldn't cate ,t hit Everybody talked tn hls or her nelRhhor without an Introduetlon. It was: "Yes. tbere'fl Teddy; see tho pollceman h.-hln.l hlmT* and "Aln't It a shame to cheer so long and keep a man wlth a bullet in his breast standing there?" while women a.' repted a hand up from perfect strangers When thej wanted to stand on chairs, whlch thev frcquenlly did. Judginr from whal the women .-aid and dld, they were keener on politics than many of the men. Th.-re was on? woman in the body 0 Ihe hall wh." hehl her husbund's watch to lline the cheering,*, nnnoundng ln loud tones whencer a pause camo Just how long th<- -heerlag Is-ted in MM and in When the tumult thnt hroke out when Roosevelt atos-4> bad rortlnued forty mln tttl , Bha sink bach In her seat with a happy smlle. ?lt's laated as long as it <na m UM. It uj Bed to relate, by tha way, thal tha one man there w hc spoke rlght out Ior woman suffrage. OeeOT I Straus. gOt rather perfunrtory npplause frvm th women. There WOSn't nearly BB much clapplng on thelr part when he toid them that wh.-n they got the vote tbey would make far lOBB Of a BBOddlB of lt than their haatjanda and brothera did-not nearly as much clapplng as there waB When Dlxon and Johr.son, who dldn't mentlon woaaaa i-uffragc, spoke Maud Malone Not There. Few bandanna hts wero ln evidence. Miss Mary Doanelly wore one. and was an Mvv-arr.stlng fU'ura ln her whlte sult und red chapeau. A few other Moosettes were cotirag.-ous enough to wear the somewhat trylng headdreeB. but mostly th.-y nppeare.l ln ord.nary everyday hats. One element of 0?OllOB*Ont was lacklng from the meeting-Maud Malone dldn't rom.v Or lf Bha dld she ffllled to carry out her announced Intentlon to intemipt Colonel Roooerelt More than one suf fraglat who ha<i read her announcament ln the evenlng papers hreathed a slgh of rellef when Rooaevelt sat down and Maud'a volce had not heen board. a 6AGUE FOR CORNELL'8 SEAT. Roughkeepsle, Oct. 30.?John K. Sague, Mayor 4,f T'oughkeepsle, was nominated to-night by the Democratic Congress commltte" for RBPTflBQ-itatlVe ln Congress from the Mth Dlstrlct to ftll the vacancy cauaed lO-day hy the death of Representa iKv Richanl K Conn,-11 lagUflTa name' will he put on ihe hallot by p.tst-rs. BRAINS AND MACffiNtRY THE cxamlnation of tltics ln New Tork City rar-ulrat a comblnatlon of legal know? ledge and mec-tnical tth clency. The mass of data ln the pub? llc offlces is now so great that no man working alone can ex* amlne a tltle. There must bc g corabli_tlon of bralns ind machinery. In thls respect, the servlce offered you by our Company ig unecru-Ued. TiTlE GDABANIbE AND TRUST C9 Capital . . $ 5,000,000 Surplus^aUearned) 11,000,000 170 B'way, N. Y. 175 Rciti-am St, n'klyn. 330 Fulton St., Jamalca. TAFT DRAWS DEMOCRATS Farmers Tell Him They Wanl Prosperity to Go On. fFrom The Tribune Bureau.| Washlngton, Cct. 30 -President Taft wlll command a larue vote from the farroinf aectlons and wlll draw It largely trom the Democratic party, acrordlnt? to re? ports r.. I'lvd af the Whlte House to-day from every section of the rountry. The Taft sentiment ali throuirh the farmlng reglon ln tho North is growing by leapa and bounda This Is cspecially true of Mlcliigan, where many Republlcans who had an llstad In the "Red Bandanna" camp art returntne; to the party whlch has brought them prosperity. Democrata write to tha Prealdent prcmtalng to */ote for I.lin, tr.t rnajority of them irlvlng aa thelr r-aaon that tiiey are satlsfled wlth 1 is adminls? tratlon and with the prosr**rois condi? tion ln which the country finda IteHf during a Presldentlal campalgn Thir say they are unwIMIng tc "swap horsei ln the mlddle of the stream." They ali-o aissert that tlie Amertc* people love a square laal, tha' Prealdant Taft has not heen falrly traatad, and that he has not received the credlt ha deserws for the proxresaive legisiation ba has secured?g0?M Of it from u relncfaat Demopratk Oongreaa Party Une- wiii b" broken ln the eiectlon next T-ie.&gy and thousand.-) of Dt mocrats wlll vote for hlm. A man saying he is "a Democrat who llkes to f-ti a sq.:are deal glven to a s.iuare man" has ser.t the Preoidoat a rllpping from a leadlnst nawapapec of the Mlddle West whlch is opposlnx ti:.* Prea dei.t.- melaetfcm. Tiiis aUpptag la a f.iii page Qinatratad advaftlaemant cal?nj* a*. tciition to Um wtdadpra?I prosperit) of. the country. It na.ls: The finuace Brea of mlll and f-meand factory are burntna at *?*? I * ?irma have yielded buniper cropa and buaineaa i nti rpi n ;.- actlve i ) ??.he-*.. 1. .... ? to take full advantagi ?' IfeM great proaperlt) : ou bi sho:ild s. rutiniae . our ?..i s* t that every ma:. who aigns ' r..n i- a llve wire buetneea bulld* Toia tt*4 nliirht ..n roui lei * I'i' t/oui ? acuae aiakera and ?? i plain. rs on the groam .1 imple . aeea over *?? fiKhters lhat >*ou nn get ln 1" through our want ad. cdun CANVASS PLEASES KOENIG County Republican Head Oivei Result of Recent Polls. Bamael S. Koenig, pr. lhe Ne* York County Republican Committea said yeaterday that the returns from the can Vaaaaa made by the eiectlon dlatriet .ap* talns would ladlcata that Preatdenl Taft wouid carry tha atau and lob E iiedgae l>e elected. lf the upatate ?ajarity ~M as large aa l.-ulicated by th- anvua* < the state committee. Mr. Koenig rt*** tl..- r.'.-4ult of some of the polla e. oorlog that the Republican t andldates wouid do better than mlght he hnafllied tn eoraeof the Democratic districts. A poll of the 2MU Eiectlon Dlatrlct of the Uth Assembly District, whkr. ls a Re? publican district. showed the foHowlfil r<*nult; Total number of votea, IB. Taft, IM' Wilson. 171; Koosevelt, 153: HadgW. 290; Sulrer, l.">0; Straua, *?. The eanvatser oredlted to Koosevelt all thoae :-glatarad and refuaitiK to say for whom they ta tended to vote. The canvass of the Ilth Eiectlon Wf trlct of the 6th Aaaembly Dlatri. i. showed: Total registerod vote. 344; Taft, Ui Wil? son. 64: Roosevelt, 68; Hedgea. 80. gtraua, N; Sulzer, 5*. Tlils la a strotu*? Jb*mm dla? trlct. ln the Sth Eleetion District of the 14th Assembly Dlatriet. a strong Tammany district, the ennvass" showed: Wilson, lM; Taft, 110; Roosevelt. Bi Sulzer, IS*1. fiedgaa. Ml Straus. 27. On a 10,000 ton steamahip is as bcnencial and interesting, asa trip abroad. You have five delightful day9 at sea. New Orleans, you will lind, is just like a foreign city. )nr <?/!__ RoBBd tf*7fl Berth aad Meals Way Trip e? IV On Shlp lacluded Return by rail if you will; the fare is the same. Southern Pacific Steamships Yew York?New Orleans Salllng* Wednesdaya and Saturdaya Send now for beautlfully illuatrati-d book let, "One Hundred Golden Houra at Sea,' and other interesting llterature.