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Republican Candidate for Gov ernor Spends a Day Talking to Men Who Work. ALBANY MEETING A RECORD Largest Crowd of the Carnpaign Drawn by Any Candidate Cheers the Nominee at the State Capital. <From a Btr-fl ?'?"?: at ol "? "? rribaae.) Albany. Oct 31.?Comlng Into the terri tory of St.it.? Chalnnan Barnea wltb the declaration that h< woitfd be ahepl onfettered and unl - ln offi. >-. Job B. Hedgea, Rej iblican candidate for Qov er'nor. end< trip arlth t big meetlng hare to-nlgbt it was. the largeat poUtlcal gathi rlng thla ci.y : ilgn, and eaally avurpaiaaed tbe meetlng addn aaed by Will* lam Bulzer, Tammuny'a candidate. and ti'.ird party meetlnga, both lp ;;ize und enthuBlasm. Mr. H- Igi and Dr. ttlcbolaa Murrny Kutler. i-i I'oUuabl* UplV ' were the ehli l '? ''": ? meeting. whlch fl'lied Harmani Hal! wltb i ing Votera, At the snnie tlma Jan* Wadevrorth. Jr., candidate foi Ueutenant Governor. was addl erai meetlnga In ti.e luburba of this city. After the ? l rpeetlpg Mi. Hedgea and Dr. Butler were ?uepts at a reoeptlon, at the Fort Orangf Ou'b. Before eonung bara Mr Hedgea epoke nt half a Al m0"* of theca ? an(1 anybody who belleved-tha olalm ol gr*as4vf8 I ?' 1'i''1 ' u* lleted all thi would havi recaaUon Mr. H d aa i i from tbeae a?n the cui mftrning a. . t the locaj Ametardam. TUu toUow inK, wher< forward talk to the < mi I Albaa went -a to v, .-. niw-t by auton and apQ>e..w? txuet9?** -lt ,ne WatervUet Ayaenat Ti.- . ' w?nt !" of ejnployea. at tb,e ' ;d<on Raiiroaa abxtpa al ' r t0 anou.er tnctory ln Watervlu want to Bchem a haaty <1 and hurried to ? o a big and attei Uv? audiei i e, m moetly al trlc < ? ; : '? Talka Common Sense. Mr Had to Kii they --- l< u t::>r' ganed to *?n>* ' : ?' rxjUte ? . ? not trvi: pramitnig Ihtl g*J Mr S ' ' tba1 elck legts'.ate ? ? htU as Govei ageii. aanpn - sv ? rtneaa ??? i t.en \\ ?'? < ii thi I I ? I ol the 1 ataia i j and was not dealer or contra< b i d H to be a aph - ' aggragatb . . ? >'? try to lorce they were ' orguhized labo;.'" Mr. tfedgt i alao ; M; t.ntlon to tha ' ? rnor ***!' eoh*!" fres aald, ? ieai tn every Btaried ;? eanaa I aight. stop. 1?. ?-.. anythit.g ? pefity * u-' ^? back't-)' ao ??[? <? ' ?'Keei' yonr ian.!;- on pro*perity ln the natlon/- arai .Mr. i: aadietitea; "*bMt pvtt . rani-, mairy ? oi arAI UprObt lt At.the. .. atrikii.*. eiilog'--t of RJchard <"i..K thtt Tammanj Hall * ** '?''?- ,: ocia , saLd; it, jaan iowa '? ?aib UUi nSndL anl eVtrynoO) h boastr.x and all othera. knowa It Even Too Bad for Wiiaon. Tamnuu.> BiaU, Ml Uedgif -'"'? ? bad that - ,*en the Damocratk eand for l'rtaldent of the Uiutcd ^tates tl d like a daar at tbe thought that he mlght be paotograi bed wltb the leader of Jum nutny Hall. wh< .- "-? be waated He went on r have had eaougta promlaea made to xr.e cohdltU i on laMire n ? ? a'-'1 th CoUld be made good. But not t.rouilse bav. 1 made, or will 1 make, .-x eept io be i- ? !,"lt f,,t-'r neonle havn aa muoh righl to live as I have. That la all they ;" ?<-t out of me. Slr. Hedgea aald thla waan't a "l. tooya," red fire sort of nampe|gl vear. He waa aure the votera were thlnking hard thla year, trying harder to declda what waa falr and beat for the OOUntry and for them than they ever had before. He wa* e*ri*ilv Bure that if ,h<,>' thought lona enough thev would ae? tba only thing for them to do waa to vote the Ke publican tickvt, as tlmt wa? tha oisly agency for pollfcal bettwmcnt thla vaar. The Progreasivea could only hope to drag enough votea from the Hepublicans to ?lect the Democratic ttcket. and that would not help anybody but the Demo erata. who wanted to make the atate sun port them ln ldleneaa. Among other thlnga Mr U.-dgea eaid: I want to put thla atate bacjt pB tha level lt pccupled when II Ck>v ernor. and Improve on tiiav l grant to demonatrate that II fi posal i ln the State of New York to have a plaln, normal. everyday, unapectacular man faahion kind of an admlniatratlon that never KeU out of tune with ihe human heart beats of the people of the atate of New York. I want the teat of l< llcan ltglalatlve actlon to be the a ld teat of utlllty. I want the departments reatored to their normal functions. 1 want no man at the head of a depart? ment?and :,.< man will be with my a|i pointment? who do,-s not belleve thi owea two dutiea, one to the atate to eam that aaiarv and bni to tbe people to i?^?? i i i i ? i i IIONT (.i? '!?? l*AfJ8. GO TO BU^TANOBY'S >KW KlVrU KA.NT. 110 WEST 39TH STREET Th' only or.e with the Beal I'artalau Ataioipbrre. I k?>??!? ahead of the peopla. as the head Of that department, in auggeative anO. I !? .itiVtJ work. Business and Politica. Wt had ai ? with a Iminiatratton and they i>a\e neaa all the time. Th< re is no reai anah gy between I uain< u and po. , ,. or two prim ipie* can Man ?he bualneaa ol the year in commerclal ch. make all ,\ h( n >" ' g<' ".;" '' **?' edmrnietratlve "ir,t' thare la hatdiv a year but what tne, Into for a llne ot gov it or a new exp*nae. Tbera are tWO thmgs that can be d..ne real bualneaa One is that wnea the state buya it buya the beat for tne money, and wbatever it buytj anaii 4 of tne state, and th< aecond is that no man pnaii the atate, for aalary or per diem. ei value and can attena to ii.it mattei anyway. 1 may make aa .opointment. 1 want tO Bjy W good Kepublicani that lf I <!o I wui acknowledge it, and lf the man, aoyii maki good ihis term eeaeea, and tne m ment of all the Kr p-iidleans ln tha . ol New Vork will not keep ? aaan lt i belieye be la In ompetent. Mr Ifcdges declarad to-nlght that ih<> tment of mernbers of the Publle ommlaaton would he on.- ol tha ? important duttea of the new Oov and outllhad his riewa on thal mat ?ald hla appolnteae would "have to know ?omathlng about tho practlcal . ma they daal wtth, from obaenra tion and experieoce, and eondUCt the de? partment for the benaflt ol the whole unlty, and added: The Puhlic Servlce Commission haa tbrec kinda of peopla to eoBridar -tne . o ganixatlona, the em . pubHc t want np Maa? i wi al no I V" ' . klnd ol people they are ex protect by law. Mr aW that any man o of m< ? ommurtltt who had a real plalnt naad nol walt for relief from of hla, but ahould come to him, if they did not want to appear ln public in tlie matter, and he would ff Mr Hedgea left here for New ^ork to r after tha receptien at the Fort iub. PARADE AWAITSJHE BELL Fully, 75,000 Expected to March for Wilson and Marshall. \n plana and praparattona for the big wiif-on and Marahall parade to-morro* ,..?.... eat< rday At ... k the llne ot mari h . . the i ind 'l '!:;' Fffth al . , parade Chalrman M cted al people ln the llna-of marrg. todgtng from the ai CH liav ? . , rtera. . a>r Wtlllam H i a rade, wil Goven or ?. I Hotel piaaa al I o'< . eed to tb; and from 1 of the parade, to tl - '?ll " hat i'.i?. rnoi W'llai for the fii ? . i \ n h .s Um le Bam, and ? r behlnd him *IU b a donkeya arrayi . n ill< ? ; m kOrning wlll furnl "> '? otrast . nocratlc ? r r .*.. :. r. I i itimmted ?m tha ,ii ... 7n tUe ' ."' " I ? ' '':' ?' t ?? n L fle1 Saul i ?? nd l: K Ma U ? UNIOM LEAGUE'S APPEAL Ohlb Oalli Upon Republicans to tnd by Taft. gn committee of th>> t"i lon , i, of Which I! Mor . : man, ' i Kepubllcana to I'attnd together for con* with or ,r d continned praapartty." In i "'"? thi Rapubllcan baa ahow i h pa i1 elecl ult a wiil .he ' ? i to row the mi lority in the Bl? . . which f "? (Ut: igo; 'hat .in . they w-on a.great v;? ? l atated that there are many dis -, ., ,. | -*-im wiii v..t. Rapablfcan tldfcet and the-great thlng to ? . i i; . ? < ertain states wiU ? i haif vote againat-.the Republlcan ?.' k.t . auj, ort of tha i Th. ts: . ? to BtlCK party and to give their voti a and e for Willlam H Taft. II Ii ln the hlatory ol the of th etlon has mpaign we have 1 not onl e Democrat the attempt of an indl ? trol "i the it< 1 ? . ipt h .? in the actual dlsfranch ij' meut ol R<; ibl caii ln on ol thi tataa To make the n ault of thla < 01 teat ao effectlvi thal It cannot be renewed calla for tha brttglng out of the fuli ? J thoae who belleVe In th<* malntei . Ilcan k 'V? rnment undi r the Con pra ei vatlt n "i our exiet lUtutlona and the contlnuance of ' :ily- . , eault cannot ha a matter of in tp any good citlaen. If every I . ? .-. : he thlnka, the crlala wl 1 1 ?? safely met. Vat 1 ? dan ger 1- rery ure.it and the ? I |a a time when arery i,. . |d 1 ril B hla rote and ln to bear for wliat i.- nol only riKht 11 y for the welfare , - n ? cpuntry. We appeal to Kepubll c-.ir.s in thla crlala nol to throw ih.-ir votea away. EegubUoana ahould rote ;??* Republl . is. Th.- country tooka to the Republlcan partv Republlcan voters l.aw alWaya reanaadad t.. the call and we-appeal to them to do ao BOW, ? SEES DEMOCRATIC SWEEP State Chairraan Predicts Plu rality of 230,000. A sweepin^: vlctory <if the Democratlc ticket in this state was the predlctloa ma !<? y. sterday h> Georg-- M. Palmer, chalrman al tha Democrati.- state Conv mtttaat Tha Brat raporta received hy him. Mr. Palmer aald, were ?o encouiuiiing that, before being WlUing to rely upon th.-ni, he ordejed a m :t from ? - rerlnad tl and we are i.ow aoafldanl that the nation 1 al an i 8ta'.< tlckata will eaeh huva a pla raUtl The Bronx. The j vote balQW The liionx wlll imrease this .ity to over PMM," Mr. Palmer de elarad. ?Th- pl'irallty for Wilson and Sulzer wlll vnry allghtly ln dlfferettt countles ta tha atata, bdt thelr aggragaaa plaraMrlaa hj f ? whole atata wlll ba ahaul lha aame. fta have : "in any ; ai t of tha atata The utntoet narraony pravalla la the and all lietnocruts it; every district of the state are work'.ng harmonlou?]y for the eucccaa of the entlre ticket." or "His Business to Get By With out Taking a Definite Stand Miracle of Campaign." NAGS HIM ON TRUST ISSUE Might Have Solved Problem for Nation, Btill Moose Candidate Declares ? No Meetings in Sherman's District. rrro.n a Btafl Perreepeadent al Th* Trlboa* 1 Byracuae, Oet H. Oovarnor Hhrani johnaon. of Caltfornla, toid f.ww people in the Arena brrr tO-nlght that Wondmw Wlleon had abandoned Prcgraanrre prnv Clplea for the sake of party peace. "Oovernor WUsor.. " he aaid, "i? paylng the iric. of party harniony. He la maln talnlnK bannony bv km-lng parc with th.- ?low.eet" Mr Johnaon sald the Democratic can? didate f..r tbe Preatdancy had porpoacly ?dopted a poiicy of eraakm. He ?aid: The miracle of the preacnt c?mJ:^5r" !" thal the r;,nrtidnto of the Hemocratl; nartv haa been able ao far to get n> J,. \,a. a al wlthmit ??%; definite atand on any naUonal toeue. we ilth enough m the Amerlcanpaopla to feel COl fld< nt that he ean t Mt "J next Tueaday. Th- r;overnor also napftcd Governor Wileon on the tru: t iaaue. saying: It was within the power of one man *ith!n tbe last twenty montha to solve the truat queetion for th* entlre nat.on. One man bad the opportunltv and the rower and h< puranad a poUey of siimcc and negatlon and ibowed a maaterly^ln ..tivltv That one man waa th.- <.os emor of New Jereey. ?e Democratic ean .,,.,?. f, r Preaident Po you thlnk he ,..s any right to aaaafl the record of velt? The tariff leaua waa not .ntircly a r. a UfomU egeeoti^ He toid I..- iudl? ? ' I ? I'.or:.- -<iy ? ?!.I r-.r "h( -t proti .id. what the ? .. 1 f..r. If * - !?? . , -,!?,? - 'Ddc. dential . an-iida e dacla.td ti at "all th-. Ivanced tb< : : u nc< twenty-flve yeara" ! Oovernor 1 WM ounl <?f the death .-f \ I ? ...... He ln any ot the placca . nt. l whlle .t. - ? ?Il "?"? '"? rt":l Herkimcri Uttle Falji and Rdme wera taken from tna [I kgementa ? ? a MORE GAIftS FOR TAFT Letteri Tcll of Great Change of Smtiment. ' Waahington, <>et 31 -The w blfc lei ktfg ral ume ol letteri :e.:n.i, ot thi big .h.nige tn a. ntlmeal thro ighQUl tha i ounu v ln favor Ident LO M ? '?"' Ofdcei Ol I'ern. Ihd., Vrrtl Wt< dlili 1 to-A.ird the -,i. and i really baliava aa will Indlana." a |.i mlnent bualneaa man of Indlanap ? ut IdeatlcaJ wltb tboee In ladian i ln ? ???? 1 ? ? the atati an in wltb falna (rom the Damocrata whlch bayond b? ?? t, nd -.111111101.8 j in the citlea are Improvlng alao," Pranh 1.. Qllbei . I n Attornei Gen? eral o? Wlaconaln writea: "Thla atate I , foj the Preaident" A country banker ln I entral Wlaconaln has thi.s to aentimeal for the growlng in thla aectlon. ai . f0| . :.-< tlon drawa aaai the av ?;uc. votei 1 ? ?:n to rtallaa that aeif ..... eat requlrea ? tba Repub ki t " John VV. Lewla, ol Ottumwa, lowa. ad ... pre Ident of a, organlaatlon In ,:, of a Taft elub 01 IJM m.-m bara umi aagra thal * large i>emocratic vote for tha Preaident will be palled la ? \v. ingalls, of Lyr.n. Mas*.. "Qolng amaag bualneaa men, espe trade, 1 Bad Preefdent Tait'a cauae to be grouing avary day. -j l,,. v,,-. - .. 11 awakenlng the laat nd tbe r. .^t of Nc? Bngland." Pred A. Stn.s, Hepubhean state chair niun ol Indlana, aaya: 'The reporta eoa> Ing from the ngrh-ultural aectlona ahow ..ns ln oai tavof '[ be 1 Ittea alao a.llig up." A. H. \v.)iir. of Cedar Rapida, Iowa. writea: "If tha Rapubllcana aii aver th> United Btatea are aa bufy in y..ur bahall as tlay are ln thla city you will t* ek-ct ed by the blt.'g.-Kt vote evar given for a Preaident." LEFT HOLLY TO WIDOW Relic from St. Helena Pait ol Estranged Wife's Leg. / [By fetegraph to 'ni<> ? bnae.] San Franciaeo, Ooi, 3J ; rig of hollywood taken from 1 ive of Napolaon. al Bt Helena, 1 part of the legacy lett by iianry H Ke.-d, a ptoneer Ban Pran lae ?. who dled on Octobar 11, to L* wlfa, Mary 1, ,,f c*h a ? frm.i whomkahad been eeparati d 1 \.-i y yeara. The rellc ' raa tak< n froi 1 Iteed'a saf> depoait box to-daj by the puhHc ad rator. it la ln tha romi of a croaa, and, a'l u I hrunken and dry, the a "> . 1- Btl >'' ?' _ CLAQiA', I i^OT KIMMEL Jury Awards Insirance '0 Sister of Missi't., Man. Bt l>ouia, <>ct. B Tha Mmmel clalm ant failed to prove his Identlt] at a sec or.d trlal, to the aatlsfa. tl on Ol the Jury, to-nlght it raturned ? verdlet u fa vor ?i' Mra Bdna k Bonalett who waa i auin* ln the state Durtrld Court to oal? ? Inaurani e jioliclea on iho ol bei brothi r, 1 a A. Llmmel, who illaapnaarofl i" Kanaaa ^'ity m i*&8. >irs Bonalett waa allowed JJj.itA.. in cluding interest. MABEL BARRISON DEAD. Toronto. Oet Sl.-Mab.l Harrison. the well known American aotreaa and wife of Joaeph B. Howartl, tha eomi">ser, db-.l bara to-nlgbl aftar 1 loni Bght againat tuberculoala Her Ham Vmk appear ncea ln ? t...i,i-. . . Bahag in Tayland' made bei iT.>m nent and her crtath-n of the prmclpal ro|| in t'l><le ntch a play "The Blue ICouaa" brought her to the front rank as a comedjenne. Mlss liarrlson was born ln Chlcago. LAKEWOOD NEW JERSHY GOLF BOATING ? Thanksglvinj Tournament Nov. 28, 29, 30. Ideal conditions for tbe enjoyoieat of outdoor life in the country. Laurel House A. J. Murphy, Mjrr. ADDED 10 PARTY FUNDS Republicans and Democrats Re ceive More than $1,500,000. S0URCES 0F C0NTRIBUTI0N President's Yale Class Makea Liberal Gift, and Carnegie Helps Meet Expenses. [From The Trlbun? Tiur?>.ti ' Washlngton. Oct. 31.? Supplemental re? ports of eampatgn expenditures and con trlbuttona were aubmlttad to the clerk of the House of Representatives to-day by tho Democratlc and Kepubllcan national eommlttees. Stnca tha nrst r.port was flled the Republican reeelpts have Incraaaed to 1744,68S and the Demorratlc to $S'..V j Within approximately the last week tha j Democrats have received In contrihutlons H i.d the Rapublleaae HI*.** The comblned contrihutlons to both partl-js amOUnl tO niore than $l..W,0Oa. Tha Yale Taft Club of "\ the I dent'a ciass. of Mew ters r, ga*e JVi" to I the Republlcan fund; tbe Unl >n L Club, of New Tork, fMOt; Andrew Car . ... aa.goa; Heury v. Taft H 000; Ben? ator i raj ? *???/? ' <? ? iCrane, of DnUan. Ifaaa., aa '? c Adoli a Lawieo n and Uoj I , New Vork, ea h I al; John ' ; New Vork. 1. ? ? ? ? D ratl ?' ?? and P D I'r.itr. of X. W V.-k | R C. Kert i"i. Of 81 I uptria !?.??; Edward T ... ,,f Brooh . i- ?'?? B M Mllllken, ol New Tork, U iea, and Charlea d Piank Chenay and H <>. Chaney, of Man I .,iiii.. and BOl -it <??" '?? t. of New v ?rk, an h li.'U). Among othara who i ontrlbut d t ??? n . John \ i ampbi II, Hi Ini I h B :hnli ! Jr.. and Francln I.. Hlne, ol N< '?'? fork, and H B. MacVelgh and Frai Btraatar of i oncord, N. H. The la anl Bai r< lao ,,f tha Navy, Wtntbrop, contrlbutad ?i"1 J I Ohanon, I . : Nicholaa M. Butlar, of New York. DO The largeal alngla - ?p< i P i.agj Ti.at aum was pald to the Amerl can Aaeaefatlon of Fare gn N< and I10.OOO waa pald to each of two ad ? v. tl ag aganeiea a Cotura ; 11 otograpbar was patd M.3M foi i (grapl I th< amall to Ormab) H< Hara for < . total expandll corered I r< port ? J A detalhd statemer.t of espeod , and raoelpta <.f tbe Chlcago R> I headquart) ra waa ah aitted The |larg. .-.t contrlhutar was Jullua Roeen wald, of Cblcago. who gave 110,00 One contribution of H,*H and anothi r of Ji - ag w.re markad ' eaah." Other < ontrlbutora Included M II PuUman, Chlcago, HJ**; Frai Loa 1 "'. T L ? avlln, I lllnneapotta, IM5?: J. W. Blodgctt iGrand Raptda, ma*; Oaarga E. Adama, . icago, B.500; Charlaa O. Dawea, 14.000; F .' Letta, Chleagi . * ? . MacVaagh, H,0Ja; P. a. Stan toi. Loa Ai g< laa, B,?? f, ? contrlbutor to I fund mentioned la C. B Guggenhi i Nea Vork. who gave 1)0.000; it T Craae, I F 8. of Chlcag , H UM Benator Wat i .,,. of Weal vii.. nla ,,nd Benator Newlanda. ?.?0l>i W. R. Ci Ig gave H.g?i John D Ryan, of Nea Tork, j. ooo Kattonal Wllaoa and M 1 eague ? f New fork, M.O0O; Jacob IL i s, hiff, of New votk. ru?; W< u- : Tacoma, HJafc a groyp of Hai I ? ! ? ocrata, W.gaX and Herman Rktder, of Nea fork, H.tH Amoni thoae who rontrib'ited 1!.<V?| were Thoma- .1 Penea, of Raletgh; Blalr Loe, of Baltlmore; L B. Tlemey, of Powhat Walker W \'!>k ..f Hutherford. N V ; W. A. Lydon, Joaaph i? < lal? lagher. of New Torfc; P. W Boott, of Rlchmond; Di J. W. Coa, af New Tork; Lawta Nlxon, of New Vork. and JaJ* ' Bton ow, ol I'.oston. The bulk of eapenditurea of tha Dem? ocratlc National Committee was derotad ti atata organlaatSon. The largeal - im waa 110,001, Kiv.n to Arthur A UcLaan, of N'ew Vork. To .lames Coffey, cl at raakton, h. D., Ha.an waa aenl D ? ? olhna, of New Jaraey, alao k<>? tw, ''Ive thousand dollara was aenl tO Bbafroth, and C P. Thoniaa, of 1' nver, Paul Hommy, chalrman, Mll waukee, Wla.; Obadlah Oardner, n. Mer Un, D H Me \rtiiur and H. II BJldV r, C, ii. Qray, of Portland, Ha., was paM B,ooo for atata organlaaUon; Georga T. 14,000, and ?' H Taaennar, H> 000 Rud Ipfa Bpreckela gol H.OO0 for oi ganlzat lOO The list of contributlona sent to Waali Ington laat night by ii M. Hook.i. na? tional traasurer of the Progreaalve party, Bhowa more than 2,00u indivtdual sub aerlbera, and 193.974 placed ln tha bandi of the national treaaurer for the week October 17 to 21. Incluelve. There waiO I.370 aubaertptloaa of Jl each. and m. than M which did not ar.iount to more than 15 each, a host of them being Tor TO centa, 5") centa, 76 cents, and Other surns ranglng batwean H and H> The large subacrlptlona In this period /.ere as follows: Twanty-fiv thouaand dollara each by Alex Smlth Cochran and O. W. V< rkins; glo.ooo each by Robert Bacon and a Heckacber; H.*" by A. Heckscher; HJOo t,v 0 C Harker, of Ohlo; ti,f?) eacii by wiiiiam Pellowea Korgau, LO. Blakaand 1'. J Upaon, of New York, and J>| I by J B. Btapbaaa, of Dnnola; Bayard laJek, <; D. rope, of aflcblgan, and Alfied I* Bakar and Alex it. Rev.ll, tha two last mentioned of 1111 n aa, a CHAFIN EXPECTS NQTH1NG Prohibitionist Says Wilson Will Carry Forty States. 1:1 Paao, Tex. "ft. tL?"Wllaoa wiu carry forty states. RoaaavaH Baa, Taft thraa and Deba and i aiH drrMa tha othara" Thla predtctlon waa made by Eugene rhatln. candidate of the Prohlbitlon parjy for Presldent, ln a apeech here to?day, 1 New Party's Nominee for Gov ernor Shouts Defiance to BossesAgainandAgain. GOINGTOWIN, HEDECLARES Meeting in His Home District Hears Impassioned Dis cussion of Cam? paign Issues. Oacar g Strau/i in his race for the gov ernorship COVered plentg of ground In Manhattan laet nlght, addlng conetder ably to the roar of a great city. His llmonalne depoatted him at tba entrance to Corrlgan Hall, lS7tb atreet and Broad way, promptly at < o'cjock, From there be jumped to Camp Rooaevelt at Ameter dam avenue and UtUj atreet. Tben he lunged Into ? rlotoua welcome at Lenox Haii, Lenoa avenue and ucih atreat Btoppad ti' lt door for B moment to ad drrsw the membera of the Auatro-Hun garlan Progreaalva Club, aped t . a meet? lng of "hlghbrowa" at Lealle Hall Broad aaj and Md atreat lM hla own dlatrlct and anded wltb monater demonatratlona on the lower Basl Blde. Th.- bope of eeelng and hearlng blm pa< ki l tbe l'ttle hall oq Waebtngton He!pht.?. About one thousand men and wornen aqueexed Inalde and balf aa many morc, with a generoua Intermlngllng "f boya, preeeed aboul the atreet antrance. Hla prin-lpai meeaaga to them, as to aU his audlencea, with the aa eptlon of hla neitrhhor." In I.esllc Hall, tv is on? of de? fiance to the boae> be aald had remarked thal he < Sfc iui i w< ild 11 a fallure aa ''? i ernor. ai ? ?'l wi,n him to thi extent?l ia< he would i .1 fallure fai I Murphy wera roneerned, but not In I '' hla , w.-> boaaca. "tha people of the pjmplre j Thla made - ieh ? '?!- I r?n Hall ted It wltb tl ... i . t of the f< iiowlng "" ' ' found ,- ' ; Not Promising the Millennium. "Now, wh< ?,!:??? I won't ? . i ? . ? nnt'itn, for lt I do ? rwa I ?i from the people In taa ? iken from thi m will be . foi the !?? oi le ai d fot . |ae " II,. ; ? at or . of the flrat ? ? - an - Law wKh a dtn et noi I whlch ?.;:%? pul the nomlnati chtnery Into the handa of the pa >p I .Uowed bj workman'a com . ? ? ? . rman* ni d< m.-nt of Barnea and M M, Ruli lye he will follow n tha ? Ii folh m But I w iftt to a -. : l Mr- Tfld " - tn i 1 thi city of' ' Tweed nwa) Wl ' Mri s"t*'"r aay he'll clean out ? nd m them Wa nr" ? "When Mr Bulaer ,i i unp R ? k i,;r'1 " : I 1 u he'll aay h:* tlme la v^. that he'a gol to . | . him." Going to Win, He Dechires. it waa at thla ' by Prederlck M. Davenport. Pro? 1 ipti ..[ n;iv# ounty tn nd i i ai brlng ba< I ? beer Ina n.-ws tl at >g tO wln. The ? ? I. 10 He refet 1 I '? Job i)< "brilllanl actntlllati r." "I think he'a ?n? up bl oa ii Bl( ???? ? ? 1 :? d ? Tb.il) w?i '??? ? V: '? ?peeta to 10 to ny la to pay m< II.. t,?,k Qo\i rnor Wll ? - ??? ri ly to m k f.>r aayini that I of a , mtnlmum waae for n and ? hlldren would t. nd t" drag down all ? ?- ? to Ita li vi: . -an.;. R.' ' lt held aboul 3 ? 1 th it numtx i |ai im< i th. Lenoa i and a tho ii ind more iurged t imultu about th entraoi ?? ln 116th atrt et k< ? a |. t ot buaky pollcen n j Altl ougb th. other mi etlu I pth |ing m entbuataam, Hr Btra ? real ;? riral eame into hla own ln thla big communlty af Hai l< n J< ???? ? rhelr Joy i n was all he . ould .1- to gi t Into the hall, u:.d he naarly loat hla clotbaa gettli He had h.-tt. r opportuntty for a eabn discuaaton .f eampalga lasuaa al Hall, whera WTUliam Qrant Brown pre k,,i. ii, He davoti d bla tlaae tbara t., an hnpaaaloned axpoaUlon >?? tha mertta <>f ti,.- lalnlmum wage and workmen' ganaatloa planka "f Ihe Pi tgreaalve plat form, a platform whlch on anothar oec.i laton ho called tha moal bnportaal docu gaanl cmanatlng from a DOlltlcal body I smce tbe Bmandpatloa Proohunatlon. He i didn't negl.et his opportunlty to metition the name of Thaodora Rooeavalt whlob everywhere brought down a tempeat of '. upplauso. ! The meeting in Htfa str. ? t was Mr. str.uia'a last appearanoa on tbe ffeai Bl l.-. Prom there i. Wed throogh Central Park to Turn Vareln Ball, at ioth Mc-.-t and LaztngtOO av.-nue, where be waa recelved anthnalaarlcally by ? crowd af about aftaan bundred, Anwa Plnchot LanUidate for the Aaaembly from tha l^th aaaemhlj Dtotrfc t. praakh i. Hla next ajeetlng waa In Pubttc Bchool c.">. in BMrldga atreet Tha gudttorium of thg butldlng b -aid to a commodate three thousand paraona, but tbe crowd aaaatn bled there al n o'clock, the hour at whlch Mr. Btraua arrtvad overBowed Into the alslea "n to ih- window ledgaa and upoti ihe platform. To make him.'etf haard the eandldata had to mount a tahla. The ti acl wai the brk teat he aa Uvarad during th.. ejvejBng, it aavlng been decided at a lato moment to vlsit a Pro Kttiaalve meetlng at Second avenue and 8th btreet, ln the heart of Bulzer'a di-itrkt, und the hour waa grOWUg .ate. Tha raoeptlon u i ord< d tba candidate fo Qo ernor at Btuyveaant Hall. No Iti B< cond . v. nu. . the i i?t me n ... . r i. ?; . rivallc d .' . ..,- ol two tnouaand Jammed the haU any their aa? thuataam broke forth ln <* ?a|? aarat a.i Ifr. sitt-a.is ant wad "Yo?j Jtnow my character and my falth fulneas," he aald. "And If tliat attracta you to me ihen I'll be Ooveroor." III Bitterly Assails His Actions While He Was Secretary of Commerce and Labor. CAMPAIGN ON EAST SIDE Addresses Large Audiences, and Everywhere Dwells on Long Friendship for Persecuted Race. "Before any Jew votes for Oscar Straus, let him Brat aafe Mr. Straus how many Jawa ha s<mt back to Russta to be mur derad by tha <*zar when he was Pecratary Of the Department of <'ommerce an<l Labor." I was thus that Wllliam Sulzer opi ned hU speech last night before a larpe jewi.-h audlenca at tha star Caatno, No. 11." Kast 107th street. Mr. Sulzer, nmld contlnuous applauaa, told hla audlence he had "convh'ted" the f'zar of Russla of the assasslnatlnn of so many Jews iiy the "Black Hundred." "I rion't want any Jow to vote for me just hecnn.se 1 did my duty." he said, "but I want him to vote for me because I am B man who la able to rise above race and ia prlnciplai ?'I underatand that all through this state Mr. Straua has been telllng the Inhahi tants of small towns that I am a Russtan Jew. Well, that mitiht hurt me in those small towns, but it wont' injure me ln New Y'.rk " When the applau?se had died away Mr. Sulzer lowered his volre, and in a reverentl.il tone daclarad: "In Russla to-day I know that there are a nillllon Jewa prr< vir.tr for me." Mr. Sulzer begaa hla nlsht's campatirn with the addreea ln Ifadlaon Bquare oar d< Before be was able to make that i apptauded for exact ly four ai d a haif mlntttea From the Oarden he whlrled away to the Flungarian Democratlc Club, in Ue> hemla Hall, No, III Baat 7fd street, I a tUmuItUOUa greetlng laatlng ao tong that the pouce and at tendanta h..' to dlecourage lt. He told the audlence h< had but a faw minutes la which to i ' word or so to them, be had ao many other meetlngs to atfend. "From the rjolden Oate to afalne,** said he, "I meel so many of my good, old Hungartat: frler ds that uaad to Hve about j Of tha C if/ Boulevard ; thal when I oome h> ra before you i feel as if i peraonally knew each and erery ? The onl ?f tha enti e evenlng oce.;rr. d at that meetlng. ! amall boya found amusement In . -ing tho candidate until put out of the hall At the btg Jewlah meetlng at the Star . andldate was mtroduoad by m Lavy. Hr. Lery said: "No honor has er< r come to me Two ?! upon this platform and luced the Governor of this atata; ? i hare the aame honor. The tributc that can ever he pald to Mr Wllliam Bulaer la that he has alwaya i u ? i? an aui port* r of tha downtroddi n Jew." Mr. Bul* r thanked th< m and pajt: '1 fctand for fraedom of speech. . of the preea, and eauaMty before i atand for eoual rlghta to all and apaclal priaUagaa to aone, and the opan door of opportunlty to the humbiest boy m the land. "All my llfe 1 have heen battllng to ? and parpetuata ihoae prtnelplea. m twenty y< ars ago i arrota upon ? ? ? booka of the state the law of the Preedom of Worahip. I took up ... of the Jew be< luae his rao' was on trial, I did It iu the name of humanlty." Than the candidate went to Torkvllla Hall al N -':?' Baa Wth stroet. There the prlndpal apeakera were foi mer <on m afltchell afay, now running for Becretary of ntate, john P Hclntyre, racently I maal, and < !on? an Francla Burton Harrlaon. Mr. ? waa able to apeab only a faw . heerlng w< rda to his audlence b I made ihe long trlp down to Coopar Unloa, IVhlle ln Ifadiaon Bquara Oarden Mr. Bulaer met Edward P. Qaltra, a national . ,, from Mlaaouri ar.d Champ onventlon manager, who wiahed to trarel with him and take a l Blde crowda. with i tlon of Madlaon Bquare Qardi :i Mr. Bulaer"! hlggest audlence was at Coopar Unloa There were fully ouaand peopla there who chcered liim. The mettlng waa under the au of thi '"..rman Democracy of Oreater New York. Kz-Bheriff W. F. QreU, chalrman of tha evenlng, Introdu ? I alao ' barlaa <;. F Wahla, fprmar dty maglstrate nnd counsel for moat < f tha gunmen ln the Roaenthal caae, wno com pared Rooaevall to Napoleon m, "a man ;, mh" waa to he feared a- a to his country." Congressman Henry i>. Claytoa alao apoka JEWS ASK STRAUS TO QUIT Leaders Say Obligation of Race Is to Sulzer. in a letter addraaaad to Oacar B. Btrana, Progn ssive aomlnaa for Governor. a number of man promlnantly connectad ? L -L .. 1 POLITICAL. with Jewlsh organlzatlons have requested him to withdraw from the race for Gov ernor In favor of Wllllam BaJgar, the Democratic nomlnee. The men who wrote to Mr. Btraaa were Juiius Broder, pr??ident af tbe Amerleaa FVderation of Russlan Jewa; Joaapb B. OUdort praaMent of the Bloa A^sodatiun; l^o Levy, preaident of the Federatlon of Beeaarabtan Jewa, and If. Gre.nbaum, preaident of the ivopie's HoapttaL After eaylng the letter waa the result of most aerlous dellber.ittona and expresalng Xhelr Joy at the nomlnatlon of Mr. Straus f?r Governor ln recognltlon of hla notable pollle career, the letter eontinued: P-tit s!nce your nomlnatlon th-* P>m ocrktlc party has wli ly given n tion n> the Jrwish voc-ra of tnl? State by h-jtioring Congreaamaa ?ulzer Wltb the riomii; th.n for Oovernor. Th.- positlon of th, Jewiah votera ia thi ia rtndered extremely dlftlcult. Congieasman ETulner haa for y. ar b- -n our cotnjuuent friend and aealoua and un flaKtlnK advocata and champion ln the Congreaa of the Unlted Btatea Ri haa crowned his career as the friend <>' t-:o JewH hy Viis magnlficent and au< tiglu for tiie terminatlon of o-.r treaty with tbe Russian Erapire, s. of her treatment of our co-reagionlata Bhall the Jewa parmlt him to go un rawardad? Can they conalatently *ote agalnat Mr. Suizer after racelvlng auc.i in- atlmai la baneflti at hla hai ? Their duty t.. aupport Mr. Bulzer ls un guaatlonable, their loyalty toward you eannot be doubted, lt is for >ou to de termlne thr- qu.-?ti.>n if rou will. Such a recognlUon on youi part of the Jawiah debt to Mr. Sul'/.er would mark you as his logical aucceaaor ln the gub r? !.,:?? rlal chalr and fully crow i youi career ln a manner whlch, would make you envtad aa a J>-\v and a patriot. The wrlterB further sald fhelr apper' was made ?s individuaia hoiding eaaaa tive posdtlons in associatlona of th-tr 00 religionlsts, whlch has er.abled them to f..->l the pulse of Jevvlsh thought and oplr.iori." a WOLVERINES URGE HADLEY Want National Committee So to Ad vise the Electors. Lansing, afleb . Ocit 31.-- Promlnent Iflohlgan Republlcana bcro gra urging that the name of Governor lla I aflaaouri be aubatituted tm thal of the latl James S. Bherman aa Vlce-Presiden tlal candidate. Ljeut. -nant Governor John Q. Itoos. Patnek H. Kelley, candidate for Congiaeaanaa^atkLarga, and Auditor Gen eral Pnthw all expressed thla oentimaajfc that th.- National Commltteo l t to adviae the electors to vuto for Hadley. a STRAUS MEETING TO-NIGHT The niasa meetlng of the PfOgrooalfea at Uadlaop Square Garden to-nl?ht is to be an affalr devoted exdualvely to tba candldatea on the Progresaiwi atat? ticket. Colonel Rooaavalt win be pres^rt n.< tr* gti??t of lionor, and for thls purpose he WtU arrive ln the city late thla af ('..ntroller Wllllam A. Pre..: prealde al fi. ? meetlng, and the - Will be Oacar & Straus, nominee tor Governor; Predeiich M. Davenport. nom Inae for Lleutenant Oovernor, an.i other , andtdataa on tl ? ital ? tl* kat POLITICAL. A letter from Gabrielle Greeley Clendenin. daughter of H Greeley, why Mr. Si elected Governor: Abraham Lincoln believcd in the great mass of the American people. that they ^ould not be foo'ed in the long run, but wculd rise up and set things right at last. We reel the time has come, and th? c-ople will give us on Elcction.Uay Oacar S. Straus as the next Governor of our State, who will make gr promise that if elected he w.il <vt establish a millennium. bnt 3 right eous government for the gcod of the people. First of all. as Governor in thi ominous time, we nee'd.a man who understands and feels for labor and capital. Oscar S. Straus has been C h'osen to arbitrate the conflicting interests of capital and labor, and has done bo satisfactorily to both sides. Secondly, we need as Governor a man who will grapple with evil and corruption in high placcs. Oscar S. Straus was sent to Turkey to do that very thing, and he did it so well that our Mlssionary Schools were safe and the roads of com merce were open again. He held in check an Oriental Sultan and guided the questions bctween the two qountries so well that Demo cratic and Kepublican Presidents sent him back repeatedly to guard our interests. Thirdly. as Governor it would be well from an economical point to have a man who is porsessed of j ; rare business ability. Mr. Straus in his experience as a tnerchant has had exceptional advantages to study economic and tinancial prob lems. Fourthly, for Governor we need not only wisdom and expetience. but bark of it all a large, loving heart that can feel for the humblest newsboy. Oscar S. Straus has a heart that beats in sympathy for all the people. as did the heart of Abra? ham Lincoln. Last of all. we need Oscar S. Straus because he is a man guided by principles of the highest integrity and true to the best American traditions. GABRlhLLb" CRl-.r.l hY CLENDENIN Honorary Chairman of Women'a Auxiliary Committee. Hotel Breslin, Oet. 29, 1912. TO-NIGHT Automobile Parade and Mceti Under the auspices of the Automobile Trade j-eague and the International League for Highway Improvement IN THE INTKRF.ST OP GOOD ROADS and the decrease of the high cost of food to the eity consumer. Parade forms at Fifth Avenue arid Central Park East, from 59th Street north, at 7:30 o'clock. 2,500 automobilists will be in line. MASS MEETING will follow at Carnegie Hall at 8:30 o'clock with a most interesting programme, including the following speakers: FRANK N. OODFREY, Ex-Ma?ter New York State Grange FRAM( W IH-IAi"S, Former State Engineer and Surveyor. PERCV S. HOOkER, Former Chairmin of State Highway Commwwg> JOB E. HEIXjES. It is to the interest of every citizen tc take an active part in thia dcmonstration.