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mary Bill One of Substitutes Suggested. TAMMANY BADLY SCARED Margin of One Vote Shows That Blauvelt Measure Cannot Be Passed Over Gov? ernor's Veto. ?Me* s ItSfl ' ' The Tribune.) Albany. June 25.?Friends of ?Governor ??Ji?r ?re urging him to accept a rom leaaiaa bill, 0?" ?hat his own direct ?rlipsry WH has beer. beaten In It*** houses Although the Governor dur tn. his direct primary campaign declare.l t?tt s? w "no compromise, he -,-. |i that It such a measur? w.re submitted t?-? him he would g..vi> |f ??rlous eonsiderat Assemblyman Eisner, introducer of the Governor's bill; Glbbe, Bovle and Grimme, Beaacrats I I Hinman. the Republican leader, presented the compromise propo ,ltien IC ' ' MS afterl socn. ?glSJi >penly commit - et Ban 'hem such encouragement that Mr Daner en returning to the Amenably ifjsior. Introduced two mi arry* pi ?et thi ipromls* lee ? >? e is 1 Hlnman ! "on bill, ??h:ch is the same ns the Sulzer bill cfpt that It retains the state conven! Ttre ethei - delegatea to the taaseai jatea at the official primary. irt as a * for the aboliti the Mat? t giving the voters an opportur.it ? its their pr?t? renco St state fi The CO ates argue that a? It elll be Impossil le to get tha O >v? mor? bill ' ' sslon, It is better to ?ce?;-- Ion for the iboi.r convention thai let sethlng. They take the ?position that it will make little difference, as there are to be no state conva ?in.: Sal tha fight to abolish ? lystem c,v Kn'rr.: man aid to-i gh! thai *e aseM presa thi a I Ilia I >r *s?eaf*i as the Legislature *econver.?-d after the recesa The | . jiajcrity by which the Blauvelt or Tan: ? ? rlmary bill passed th?- As atase**1 lo-ds - - .-M.L-e?! him t< .eve that be can set enough votes at .east ir. th? promue roeeaurea. They will be support ?d by the Republicans. Progressives, a.. thoM Dei: rat a ted for tha Gov? ernor's bills and probel In fa-- . from an authori? tative source to-nlshi l rammeny leader? are y the Bleu? rah bm In I known :h?v- fear that many of the U| Demcxrats they havi been able to whip ? y voting foi '.he E!?ner compromise bills Bptekn Smith sent word to Tammanv leaders in New York eft? -ion >t ?".? Assembly complaining ??" th? pende.nc ? snd , played by many who ha- ' from tha Tai l : view. thai pressure uill be tr on those n i ?f the Govei nor - do n?> P?d. Tl I got Tl votes in i-e A??'- ??-. which is only one ?o tpare ]t ing t? a defeated It 'ad they put forth snv energy In that lirection. but knowing the Q reto it they I I wa.- of : The fmall mare:r. s??ured b> 7ut to rest thi Tammany talk about M?lng H ovei the Cxecutlva'a ???? ia raeera it would rsq lire a two-third vote, or : 0 vf*???**. In the As ? TO VISITJVINGDALE SITE Commission May Revive Project Abandoned by Dix. Albany. June .?.?The commission ap? pointed by Governor Fulzer to select a ??te for a pi.son to fake the place ofi Sins ? t tha Wlngdale ?"*. In Dutcheea County, on Thursday. 8om?. of the commissioners favor this site, on the ground that the ?state owns it. that tr.? residents of the community *ant the prison there, that It has an **?ple wat?-.- supply and is situation ???thin a reasonable distance of New York City Work on the prison was abandoned in Jill by order of ?iovernor lux. who de? wed a r? ?. prison was not needed and that a r??- eel] block at Ping Sing was *" tha' ?d The ?omn JJ?t to.?ia.- tr, consider the circum "wacei leading up to the abandonment or the i fiM <?</?UOrTt^cttA.. M.00 Tan Low Shoes at $2.60 A small overlot. Savings cf ',. LOW and HIGH TAN SHOES ??Tie? X*,?.rth Cumina Mlle? to Sf?e. I F1?-Me Kngllth leVSte irith Iy?w Heel. June Clearance of Small Lois H'fh and Low Shoes. All Leathers, at t!'?2 pair??'"- badly broken,were $2.97 \ ?1.48 ? ?? ?? ?? ? ,3 5o liliA air,y ?ood ??*??? wer? $3-50 *?m - 321 pair? of $4.00 SampL-a NEW JERSEY CENTRAL "Asbury Park Flyer" NOW IV hKKVICK. yfnte w tStj s? 4 20 v m leave Si 4.',.. p m w.t-w Dare e??-ept Mb? ? ?>?> I' .M ? e?-K I'.?>?. e*. ?"in fcrnii *y N""h Aebury I'ark flret ?top ?>i*)|: er teet a?rvi?< n<.rih??ril Full Summer Schedule All Rail and Sandy Hook Routes Takes Effect June 29. PRESSAGES ON FOUR BILLS One of Them Refers to Terminal Scheme in Brooklyn. Albany. June ;:, -Governor Bulser trena mitte,] to the i.ecis'atur?? t..-day four 'I meeesges requesting the passage ?1 to prevent delsy in the conetructlon of the bergs canal by res ?on of the purchaee by the state 0t sev? toll bridges; t?. reorgenjse the state ' cfs ot?ct end ple< ? H upo? a de partmental basis; t.. exempt from the prmielons of ,he la? prohibiting bakeries to he located In cellars in the future ti ose buildings the conetructlon of which has airead* been begun and for which were planned, and to ,,.?, mit railroad corporations In Brooklyn to ee of Mock in railroad terminal corporations the property of win, h is pit. ueted in Brooklyn ??Ills rerrylng ?.?it the Governor's 1 ? 1 one were Introduced in both - but ?/?re n..t eccompenled by emel * sages, so that they must ii?* on members' desks for three days The Levy bill providing for the eubmie? of the early constitutional conven* tion proposition to the voters at the N" vemlx ? eel tended bj ? ;.*%? ernor Bulser ?a.? report, d favorably t<> .1 iv by the Ass. mbly Ju It? larj Commit? t? The Assembly 1 Itlei ? ommltte? report? ed the I ;i, poetponlng the operation ot the ng law !,-r second .lass cities until . ' t< .er 1 CARLISLE ANSWERS WALSH Says Latter Has Prevented Sav? ing to the State. I Frei?-. 1 gtafl *. I TrlbUM | Ubeny. ihn N ? 'ai list?. Btati si ? :ed the Acting Btet?i ? 1 Ml si J '?'? ils . ? ho has ... . . ... Mr ? s the! efore the pro? tracts \? ? ;. > v er drawn th?. matter was taker, up with the ?Control? ler's ' " "The ' er of Highways/' ??aid the Highway Commlselonei ?*??*- asked ? ? ? : Bitlon 1 v the Con? This eres noer Mr Welsh 1 ? ? - ? m to ? rite a : the evl : ..??? sxdlng contre? ts with- ? mpetltlv? ? . . n which no ? tek? sou? *??'.th hini "In : howevei the Hlghwey ?ment "a.^ complying with .? ro? om? ? ? and - mitted with the pro, ntrSCti the bids tOIS to do the a I the Highway I'e partme:,t in taking ?are of it?, r ?v o: k I ? ? ? ,ve tune " Commissioner s.n.i the! the use of :i grit, objected to :?;? Mr Welsh on the ground tbet it era pstented to elf? ' ng for the state ? 1 '. trap ? it was on the difference betereen for a material er, I . Mr. Cerliele, "thel the High? .?? 1 to make the sa\ - ing for the taxpayers, and M prevented I tctlon of th? troller." SULZER AFTER TRACK MEN Tells Nassau Prosecutor to Punish Betting Law Violators. Albsny, June ? ? to Charle? N Wysonj*. Attorney of Keasaii Coil I stating that after examining the testi? mony taken t i..ie .1 . . ernenn, rela? tive ? ;.g at the Beim? nt T'ark and ! trecke, he was ? on? : that the aiiti-gamMing leere have been "1 Judge Niemann, si' ma**istra?e at threw : ? ? . i| by the 1 rict Attorn? rivete det? I ^makers Th? ? ' ? trie! At? take immediate a? tton ega the proper Individ?ala ' ', ?rations <<r a. ? the law." l?e Mutt, of Nassau. Is als-? direct? report wh.it h?- has done to enfon e the 1. [By T>ie-raj-.-1 t<* iba Tribuna ? Mineole, i>.r.g lelend, Jun? 26 - instrut Attorney '' I thli evening at his at Port Wsshington that liovernor .-uli'er had evidently eenl him the lett-;? about gambling on the Nassau rnunty tracks before he had if'fiw I in?- decision O? J'. Till "Kvery day at Belmont I'aik,' seid Mr Wysong. "WS ????? I from five to a ten from th?- tre? k ?ho are attempting t" ?.: n the \\'e ha-, e not sufficient eviden ? ' hold them. "If canon ?hase, of Brooklvn. has a/ldi t:o-:al evidence and will submit it to me and I think it of valu-- 1 will . ..-or ? ,-? With Inn; and will do ??11 possible, hut the gembllng laws aie ? ? it l* diffi? cult properly to enfon < them ' CURTIS GUILD ROBBED Thief May Have Got as Much as $7,000 Perle, June H.?Curtle ??und. who v rentlv re.?-lgn*d his post 01 American Am idor in St Petersburg, was robbed to-day of U,ftH In ?ash and a letter of credit for IMid?h He is staying at a hotel In Pans Xavier Ouicherd, head of the Criminel Inveetlgetlon Department, and a lergo ? t uni-?: pent out to sear h for the thief. Ambassador Guild does not attach any Importan.? to the theft and will not post lone his departure for the 1'nited States to-morrow on b??ard the Cincinnati. Cash and th?- letter of ?redit h id re? n pla. ed In an unlocked drawer of the Ambeeeedor's dressing table four days ago He dieCOVOred the theft this morn? ing It Is understood that MMN of the letter Of rr,.,iit had been cashed alreadv and Mr CKtild telegraphed to his bankets to atop paymenl of the rest He le nnsble to re? member Whether W not he hliiis-lf t'.ok OUt and Bpent some of the gl.OOC I ash M Oulcberd believes It alm'.st Impos? able OB the present 'lews to dis? over the . r. who he believes to be a profes sionel hotel thief. m -' CROSSES BALTIC BY 'PLANE French Aviator Arrives in Stockholm from Russia. MSCkhShn, tune 2.V-The Frenr-h aviator liercel >? Brlndejone d?-s Moulinais, who recently made the flight from Paris to M P?HeC?bOrg. Srrteed m the Swedish . ,. tal this morning, having croBOOd the Hai? ti? In his aeroplane from BeVSl In four hours, ineludlng the time spent In making a ?aaao?t OB the Swedish roast in orb r to ascertain his irherOObflOte H. mt? nds to stait again on June 27 for Copenhagen, OS his way baek to Taris. SENATE [OSES i IE DOWNING SULZER BILES Defeats Primary Measures 38 to 10, and Passes Blauvelt Measures, 32 to 16. LIGHT ON ALLEGED TRADES Frawley Committee Empowered to Investigate ? "Full Crew"' Promise.:, as Well. IFrnrn a SUfl FotrSSBOBdet** if ??H Tribune ' Albany, June IS Thi Senate pul through the Tammany programme on direct pri? maries to-day aithoo! a hitch, defeating the Bulaer bills by a vote of H to 10, snd passing the Blauveli bills ss si the ?Teg? ular session by a petty vote of Tt: to IS Hcca-rr-e or the Par Aaaociatlon I report on the ease of P. niei p Col slsn, as forera;,, |n *rr,. Tril.'me this morning, the extra sess On could n"t b?- brOUghl to an end. ho ? i recess was 1 iki n until .iniv v The joint ludiciar* commit? tee of Assembly an.I .- -icne.l to the task of t,ikir.tr ? -, the charges sgainsl Jus) 11 m begin? nine on Jui By a cone irren! i ? troducsd by Senator Thomi oi ind passed through aril ? a hit.-h. the Prawli y Investigating committee, previo*. pointed, era to tske evtd besriag on thi , i? ss to whether Governor to sny bargains w ith || k.-!.-l.i?.'r.- r . ?? ? . ? |r VOtl It either the r?guler or extrs ? The 1 ",vernor a not sp< fi? ally named in t ?? resolution, but its Import In vi< ? on of this matt ble Tammany go! i decided shock In the ' ? ? '?? hi ri r : . V in \\'o?rt bills. Id? nti? si with ths ? ils of the te, and the Ten i Utute foi ? d with tt v..t. i in the sflli ' ? m..re than w e Ar ? f Ta mm my Ha rommuntcsthn- with on? of th? Ass? lead? rs by le-na telej the \ m iji;'i the word tl n went to "Fourti ? ia in substsm a that "I ? mildn't be ke? t in I ? ? i ? . t that a com* pn mlM bill ? oui I Short Shrift in Senat?. In ? ? ? e di? re, t primar-. Mils S . There waa no preliminar? toi s ? nflni S th? tesplanal on the roll- ' ? !.. Th? M K In ti.> ? ? with th? of l ? together th) . Senator Km? : been sap? -, . ? ? ? ? ? : ...I S approval of th?- i?r. work In ? . , ? with the Governor befor? the ?Ion to-gey. When hi? n?m? ? :. -. ? f the hopelessn? had released him from hi The Senate voi I m M Knlg ' ? I ? it Du* Dot I ie; Thoma IVhltni I I'M ? Koes?1 well. ??;nff,n. Heal r, Heffernsi Hi ind, Malone Murta Pat! : ; ?. V'hltl ,rgel ? oat .tt >...? Wilson, Bei Natural Melodrama. A fierce thunderstorm, a i i t Beaba i ' ghtnlng, wa .- li | on throughout the time ttie ? being taken, and S ? the Tammany leedi particularly close boll Itghtil | '' '.,!toi foi .? !? i minutes. Senator Thou.: ? Ml : .?..,,, providing I i leglaiatl . m ? ?? oi tha that o ?.tora and Ass? ml I been Im* , :.,;., i ly Indus to tu- o v"t. ,? ?itiier re^i Oar or apodal by prora? . ,,,;, ,,r bargains with public ora* With this WSJ ' "ii-l'-'l a pi"vi fion f?r Invest of the filing oi ? ? ,,?.? ;,, ouata bj il -?' ">" . let non, and sinn ai matters, phi In such a way the! I! was i terpreted as a referei loi ise oi the Governer'a alleged pronil*-? la coanec , n ?rlth the full crew" MIL QUEEN ALEXANDRA DAY OBSERVED IN LONDON Tons of Artificial Wild Roses Sold in Streets?President Poincare a Buyer. [I-.-. ? able to Th? TrlbOM i London, .June 26. I.e.n'lon was ;i gir e]en of artificial wii?i ros? s ?/ssterda Aristocrats wore them, hawk?rs had them in their coats and capa, every vehicle bad s pink and white tb.w.'r stuck sotnewhero In It?la fact, every man, however humble, WOM B rOSS Twenty thousand women ha?l covered the ?it v from east t.. w. s< and from north to south, and few escaped The purchase pri.es varied iiom one penny to I'D. President ?'ouvrir.' paid t.'i at York He.?i-r f..i i small garlan.1 More than ES.0U0 vv u realised b) the ou?e last year, bol yesterday's su? ass will SCUpOS this rerord. Queen Alexandra. f??r whom charities the festival was held, drove through the streets durin?, the afternoon, Bi cetnpaaled by Queen Mary, and oh **-*rved with rnarke.i appreciation the Bueceaa r,f ,h** dav As 0"aea Aiexan dra drove down the Stran?l she handed Of whi' h her carriage wa? full, to several poor people who ran ou! fyona the curb to r? i ? iv?- tl ? As the two Queeas drove without . - ?ort, there was no one to hinder the redpients This little in<'l<|ent xv ,1S note?! with mu.'h enthusiasm l.y spec? tators LOANS $20 TO IMMIGRANT, GETS $8,000 IN RETURN Englishman Who Aided Another to Pass at Ellis Island Will Now Collect. [Hy i'abl? to Th? 1 r.t :n* ) London. June 25.?A loan of |20 to a fellow Immigrent on Ellii island in l*?'.i.. has brought four hundred tini'-s that amount to J. B. Prlngle, an Eng liehmen, erho is leaving; hie home at Brinnington, nesr Btockport, s"..n for the 1'nited Btstea to lav i l.nm t.. an *?** 000 legHey. Eighteen yetn ???ko rringie and ? then arrived In New York on the White St ir liner Msjestic, and ho helped a man to pass th( ? . 'ins l.v I eteklng him t.? $20. Lesving Prlngle, j who refueed t.. risk the cold and prlve : t:?.n of the North, the man went ?.. th? I Klondike and struck it rich. Eventu I ally be t..' .un. .i arralth* r.-ai r?tete man in Sen Fran, loco, with Isrge in vestmente in Indianapolis. He died two l/?*>ei*a ago, leaving the i gsi v to Prlngle, whom Iswyen rs? ? ? nil ? ? ' ? i STARS AND STRIPES NOT FOR THE 'AD' MAN Protest Raised Against Use of the Flag to Call Attention to American Goods. ?'in. June 25, Bsnjsmlfl J. Hoseti th.il. ?.f Chicsgo, sp?cial forelgi.n? loner of the Notional r.. '?? igu? of tmert? i. hee begun s rem ? egsln t the use nf th'- Ameri? i ? i In ? - loth !"p ' ??? the American owner ad? mitted that m.inv ?.f the goods die? ployed under .. cerd beerlng th.- Amer? ri.,g ?rere not manufsi tun i in j Am? r: . ? the law it home " I Ml ' and II OUgl ' ' ? o 1 ? i- I .?hall ask I Btoti De? portment to st.. the fraud ?i.-' i , I upon Am? land l ? ? ? ? ? le 1 emsnd f"r the prot? - ; the Unit? .1 Btsti flag do 1 oppi . . erttrx - i m? nte of foreign ma but 1 op? leg for an) : Using vv h WESTBOUND ON ATLANTIC Olympic and Cecilio Have Long Passenger Lists. .London. Jun? 1?.1 ; ? White liner ?n m imehlp K: ? ? ? tbound tre : -'i. .1 ttend Letei ? B irtholo . Mr ;.'.'.? . ; . said that t nli ? ' ? ' TV . . ms her?* . tiriff | ?? . ? 1 ? ? ? probebl? res. Well pi lent of mbei '1!! ret? ? Le? * ? ii - ' , : . H i ? Edmund W nt:? Id |r.. Dr. V ? ? .. . the 111 . ? ' i : Le ? throp Colgate 1 j..,. ?i. ni i ii ? .i :.n i tillan M-.ig. ntha i and . uthget?. vi. .--rr? el? dent ? : '? ? Ai ? i. in c? mml Ion ?*? hl? h : ... stud Ina th? ii>?:. peen ? .Elbridgt T ?;? h v. v |tb Mi \ g< Hi . and Mebel <>eirj Oermsn ? fter ?> we.ks ??..- In I...p..ion preceded by i mon" 'h. Kr?n? ?. : : i ich, Them i Paul Durand Mr h j w Bpslding end Albert, ? |fl Hi i m i : r, i " Irt? 1: '.' ? Ti. Bldn? j in rar. fethei of G?raldine Psrrsr Bssil Burke Ft-' he, '?? i'h h. r non Fr?nele; Cher lee Schweb end fam iiv. Mi and Mr <? r Noyes with : i : ind Mr.- Luciui N Lit? \ |i lu .1 If? Quede, Biehop and Mi George Klnsolving, of the Dlocstie of T?*xse, end ?heir ion; Mrs Jullsn Rnbbli - Mil Julia Robbina ami j. r. ? ?> P0INCARE LONDON'S GUEST French President Acclaimed on Progress Through Streets. I.on'lon. June ':'. Ravmond Pnln. ar' President ol the Kien-h RepuMIe, orea lb? guest et luncheon ?"-.lav of the Lord Mayor -in i Corporation of the City "f London Th? equ ?re mile" i twni o . proper vv.-i in isle erray for the Ion, while the an. lent Oulldhell It? h?-if v? a- i blsac of color The Eren? h Preeld?rnt'e progte.?.s througti streets iin"d erlth troops from Voik House, plaeed at h dispoeel bv King 'i'-orge. to the .if. a U B popUlOT triumph it vvas niirk.ii by snthuelastlc welcoming cheers from thouaends of slghteeers erho took th.- oeeeekm in this ?ray to espreea tlmlr sp|>rsval ol the rrsnco-Brltleh entent.rdlele The I. .I'iring the luncheon wa.? br?llen! The hsll was crowded with members of the royal familv. cabinet mln latera, novel and mtnt-irv <>th.lers end high state and - hrk dlgnll lllee, their unl forme Kiitteiing eith decoi itloss ?-? TEST CASE ON TITANIC LOSS London, June ? in a test esse brought m the King's Bench Dtrietog bf Thomea Ryen. ?< fermer of r-Tk [retend, .igam.-t th.- Wi.it? Stu Steamship Company to reeov.-i demagee for the loss of his ??on |n the Titanio disaster of April. 1012, the Jury handed down the following v-r.l!. ' ?There wan n?. Mg I irdlng the ,t on the ship, but there was neg llgetire in not redU'iiiR speed. There Is not sufficient evidence t<> rthow if the mee ?rom the steemehlp Me she, report? ?ng |, e. reeched ? tes posai ble oflcer on t,o? Tttentc " As the JiKlge hud left the rourt, Judg ni'-nt ha? not yet been entered. | iDE?EU/ES Go,? MACKAYS' SAILING Ceaaasaed from tir?i pi?e. xvith vou on this m.itter. but I am i ?r? lala you are mistaken." Mrs. Mackay, one of her friends said last night, ?ame to New York t.. so? ber children last we.*k and aald her farewell to them, knowing they were going abroad within a few daya. <^ne rumor hgd " 'bit she was deceived ?is t?. the children, and xxas led t0 believe they would r?main in this country In? definitely. From Spring Lake last night it was report, d positively that Mr. Ma?-kav left there Thursday Mght, accom? panied by hi- three children. Th? - in an automobile, with several deti fives clinging f" the running board. I" a second car came then- luggage, als.? guarded by detectives. Mr Macl departure vvns very sudden and ."ir i'\irv, it was said, to his plans, as he liad previously snnounced them. K'sid?nts of Spring Lake ?-onnecle.l his liastv .imi guarded departure with a Visit ?if Mrs. Ma.kay on Frida:-. Wh. n Mr. Ma. kay went to Spring Lake on June- 1 h? rent??! a cet! for the entire n nth ..f June. The "!??? he .-horc eras Mo. 1". Ha tinga Square, M is ; . ?. k from th. .... m end is in th?? most excluait ? : B i i : ? i -: I li is a tiv. story building and con? tains fifty rrotns. It Is surrounded by vvid.-, spreeding verendas und Is ahnest ?i in ivy. T?,.- cottage '- par! of the- property ..f ihe ! . pjuat ? \ Hotel, where ibe Ma? k.r s got their !??? Detectives Always Present. Mr. Ma : nn? with ;i i? tin . and <!? - i. ctivea The di r*-? -t?? ? ; ? lally -. when m -m . ? ? i ??: ? : ..i .i. t. ? ii,. s loving d shout the ? Mi.- Ma? K.r -.?.. r.r to Bpi Ing Lake i n "i. i'i Ida nfternoon it | ? . the first time she had been i nee Mr. Meckey esl ed hli f. I st i ottage N" I?'. and later ? ? Mr Ma? kay and the child ?me lutomobik and let? : li ft for St a line ma- !.. Persona il Bprtng Lake last night j ?!-..it M : Mai 'r..- ?...- negotiating | .it ti ? .? lit foi it'll Mi.- ..' . bou! it. I' ? ? ? .nt tor the pr? i BU? takei ' ': M ? mi Sat urda- m '.. Mr M | gotiat team mi ' ... itor, I !?? ? . .. Ighl he sun ;"? ' about ?, O'cl At ? hi and the chtldsen and : . ? ? il I left Weddino * Not?ble One. Xh'- . t M - K itherlns Al? 1er Duel ? - ? li Mackay, ; , | st th hom? brtdi -v> H ' ' 2lsi on May Is 18Q?, waa one of the ? d ,,f .iff, lety m : i ?. v had i ? ?rtta In socle! i. ? : ? ' . ? f.. Regina! I Brook* thai ? i Will m Mrs Ma? li la the granddaughter i f William Ti ? ? ?? vv ho in his i, waa ? ' - tr ? t'a wits Bhe In? herited from bun i mind Her life .... one. Boon ?ft. r be was married t:?? Harbor n. . i ? ..!? : - '?? aa starti 1 and Mrs M , 1: , || m .- h <>f Lie time when th?- builders were si >"rk giving th- in her :-. She took mu? h interest in educa? ti. n. and acame s mi mber of th? s? h< ?'. board Bhe a aa .-a fui m be? UK ' ' rporal punlahn abolished in the R. .?-??nt her "xxn children t.? the- public .- hoolg. Mr. M ?? key Joined ?he ranks of the .'! BUffl in-' tin.vem? nf In 1901 aid hi r first si.li for ' h-- i . . ? ly aft' r She had been ell lew of the i-.'pi ii Pram - ?e she said -be ?? , . . \ inced 1 the ? ountrj b< eded flic votes "f women 1 I II "MOUNTAIN SPECIAL" A New Train to Delaware Water Gap and Pocono Mountain Resorts Daily except Sunday on and after June 30 New York to Scranton Leave New York 1.30 P. M. " Hoboken 1.50 P. M. Arrive, Water Gap (B2) 3.40 P. M. ?^^^gg?geTi Stroudsburg 3.50 " y^%jP?9 M Cresco 4.23 " iaq-IR.T'L/'llill'l Mt. Pocono 4.40 " ?l?TfH*^^ 11 Pocono Summit 4.46 M ^^i^T^nM^T^^^^B | Scranton 5.40 iWS?????????i and it waa her Intention to do all that abe couid t" further the cans?. Studies at Hospital Here. S .me months ago Mrs Mackay began ? ? In tn?'li? in.-, ami she was S frequent visitor to th?* Presbyterian Hospit.il, whore she was on man] occasions permitted to uit pefatlons. sh.- underwent an operation herself al the Plaxa Hotel :, t Pehruary, shortly .:fT?r Bhe had returned from Europe v? it h her littro ghter, Ellen, who had been in on the ?.fh?r side. The operation was not a erlous one, according to Dr. Walton ? -.? ho performed it i'-..r the leal year there baa graduel change In conditions al Har? bor Hill. Men have !.. en paid off and lava been .?--..id. Ti.?- beautiful lens were bo! pul In condition this :. and the general appearance of ? is has been one ol a lack <?f In* . Ita care N. Y. CUISINE IMITATED London Caterers Find They Must Modify Methods. ? ' : I . ? London. June "J??London hotel and restaurant managers are finding :t n??? - reeary to adopt New York method*. F. w. Kaiser, manager of the Hoi -i ? In matters of ..?? . rulpment and r?e we are now guided b) Am ri ...? th'.iis. All ? omi srlai us beten an English and American boteis, how. are renden I rather difficult by reason of the v it.ii dlff? tlve . ayatema of the two countries. Th?- Kir..pean hotel gueat expects to enjoy prit i it America a hotel ts regarded as a sort of general ran "This i- an Innovation we do not i idopt, for vv.- snd thst even Ami ricen , . the great? r hom? . :..n and quietness which pro-, Ids " -a TWO FIRSTS FOR MOORE New Yorker Again Prominent at London Horse Show. l/mdon, June ?S.?Ths Berkeley Chat? 1 ip, f.?r four-ln-hands, ? ? evening at the International Horse Show at th? Judge W !i M Judge Moore'? Lady Beaton iraa award* | '< nele harness horat 8, I idles and ahowa to phaeton | In tills Cl? gtOB Nimble, owned by J. Sumner 1 ?f Boston, I i Judge Moore also won a first a Lord and La leeton Is ? i laaa SI I for pairs of I irneea horses shown to a i . he HUNGER STRIKE' WINS AGAIN All of Those Convicted on June 17 Are Now Out of Prison. Lor M M Harriet KSTT, th? les! alng militant suffragette! prisoner of those sentai ed for consptr? I Bill Walter Phllllmor? on June IT. I , i i from lall to-day, surf from til?- effs? ts of a hunger strike'' She sraa und? sol ig i term of twelve 1 nonths' h ird labor. KIEL REGATTA BEGINS Challengers for Marblehead Races To Be Chosen. Kiel, June 25 ?Emperor William er? I lived here to-day on hoard the lnirxrlal recht Hohenznllern for the beginning of the Kiel reg.itta week The Italian armor?.I rniieer Amalfi was present, but otherwise foreign visitors were unusually small In number The Qermen challengers for the sonder Irleme cup to be rae??d for at Marblehead, Mass . next heptember are to be ?elected ?hiring the serie?, of races beginning to? ?morree and continuing on alteraste days. DIES IN CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES _ Member Falls as He Is About to De? liver Important Speech. r.ir:.-. June :.v?a drsmstl aeons was td in the Chsrahew of Deputies to? . Iden death of Deputy Kd ouerd Aynard. a Pi- - 'publican - nting Lyona While ehstttng with fi lends and making hie *???"?? toward the :ni. when' r.. VII to deliver an lm . .t apeoch, he fainted, and ?hortly aft.-rward eitbout recovering '??m .?-. loueneee The doctora who were hur riedl) celled attributed his death to heart faiiur?. du? to over er or h. h?- bed sat up let night preparing his si ee.-h M. Aynerd area born on .January 1, He ?rea .i regent of the Rank Of l-'r., a member Ol the Fren, h Institute and a. ithortty ?.n economic que? tiona He had been a Deput* rdn ? ;??? r.<er of the ?'hamher of DepuUee for .- ITS. The (.'hani idjourned Its, tittlng as a mark oC i ? -s ? ' NO ARGENTIN! MEAT TRUST Governmental Investigation Fails to Show Com.unation. Buen?..-- Ayree, June IS.?Reepoodlng to an interpellation by Deputy Atondo In the ?'hamher to-day. the Mini.-t.-i of Ag ricslture made t'ne statement that he. hed InveeUgeted the situation with ref I t?. the meat industry, but eras not able to -jy that a 1 Ar genttl to the Anglo-Argen? tine meet eetabliehi lough as? port.i- a ? can plsnta eetshllshsd in this country hed Increeeed He ? ? ilnce Jenuery, ther.? exleted S col '?nation of all the lento, some of which, boersver, h id i .-? ? ntl) i --?.val H? added that the of the Ameri plsnti declered thet the loererod price "t Argentine beef In England was ..?tita!, and averred that there was BO > oml ::'. Itlon The minieter expreeeed the op-.nion thet ?o limit exportation ?TOUld he ille? gal, no alarm e U ? Hod Ke eeld thet the Frmsh gov? ?rnment had insinuated the desire that Aipentina check the beef monopolv. and ArgenUne aalced thet ?"?reat Britain au thorlse the Importstlon of beef on th? hoof nfter ?in in.-pe. r..*n by an End official at Argentine ports The mm urged the OTfOSigS? ? aociety among the cettle breeder.? CHILI'S RICHEST WOMAN DIES. BentiegO. June 2.? ?Dona .luana R.*.?.*. ii.? Edwerde, the rlcheet woman in ?""hili, ?lied to-dey She was noted as a pMlan? ' One of her grandsons Is th>> Chilian Minister In London 90 to 100 Degrees Temperatures have no terrors for the men who wear suits made from ? Il \?> ..r?fr.i or Woolen . Salt ? Vr\eeX\*y < ravrnett? ri??i:?h Mohair Suit ? yt ??? 4? ? ?A ? ?<??? uicAa/rd When purchasing your Mohair Suit, be sure it's a Genuine PRIESTLEY "CRAVENETTE" ENGLISH MOHAIR [?as*-*! im^ni?r Thil is the trademark , This is the Silk label JmrjrjynnmMr -ytemtAi^nr i;diiiiuii. """"-? ALL OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS Ours are guaranteed to give satisfaction. 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