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the Oovernor would be lmpeaehed and
my prompt release would follow. "There have been other promlses ?nade prlor thereto of thls same gen? eral character at several times looklng to the change of my situation. "Without regard to the good faith or otherwlse of these promlses. 1 desire to say that I do not seek a release by such meana. I at becaaee I believe jim Uoe in mv .ase- has beea fully flatlMled Furthermore. I promise to further the ends of Justi-e and tbe cauflfl of the | |fl and in e\ery way within my at tor th? bena-M of thfl good and ordcrty sovernment of thlfl itiU and lo Show to the people tbe iniqulties of thfl present system <>f boss rule. wner- bv their repraaantathrefl in the Legialature are placed betweea tbe atternatlvee of polltlcal death and destruction by fall? ure to obey tbe polltlcal boa. or the violatmn of their obligations tfl the paopta otherwl "I myself bave been thus threatened with political deetrUCtiOa because I BUCCflflBfully fought for a ' erlain meas? ure demanded by th.- people, and against the didation of thfl boflflj, and 1 attrlbutfl my present poaltlon to that i-n. I, therafore, desire lo say that I regard lt as my public duty tO axpoafl the venaUty of theofl condltlona of which I am fully inform-d, in the in? terest of the public good, and this lfl, perhaps. .1 proper reason wby you. as the .bief representatlve of the people of this state, should oxerclsc clemency, !?< auae tt lfl to the interest of the peo? ple. Juatice and the e<>od of the com? munity. "1, therefore prai our t-xcellenc.'s favorable 1 onsideration of this appli? cation for pardon flfl you may in your discretion and wise Judgmenl deter .nnne. Vary napectfalty, STE1M1KN J. BTU-WELL." Warden's Tirade Starts. Warden Claaey'l tirade atrainst John \ Henness> started when he was asked about the flXpOflUTO Stilwell was _a!d to have made to John A. Hen? nessy In a six hours' confession tO Bul* ? ?er's chief prober. That interview between Stllwell and Hennessy did not last sixty minutes." he said. "Hennessy ls a liar. He is everything that is mean and misera ble." The reporter?, who knew of the long standing friendship that existed be? tween Clancy and Hennessy. com mented on this. and asked why the friendship was broken. "Re.ause he put me in bad," said Clamy He lied." He .aid lt had no eonnection with the Stilwell matter. and intimated that the trouble started on September IM ln Albany. Pressed for an explanation, he Baid: "1 may make a statement, and, then again. I may never." < me of the reporters suggested that his attitude might be taken by the pub? lic to mean that he had Hned up with Tammany Hall ln an effort to destroy the effect of the Hennessy revelations. ' Is that so?" he cried. "Well. we'll eee about that right now." He opened a drawer. took out a sheet of paper and started to write. The paa sputtered, and finally stuck and broke. He rang a bell. and one of his offlce force came in, and, at the ward? en's order. brought him in two pens. He began afresh, and flnaily flnlshed the letter. which follows: "John B Riley, 8uperlntendent of Pris? ons, Albany. N. Y. "Deai Sir: I respectfally tender my reslgnation as warden of Sing Sing prison. to take effect at your pleasure. With many thanks for the more than kind tieatment I have received at your band., I am yours sinctrely "JAMES M. CLANCY." Gives Letter to Reporter. He had no sooner sealed and addressed the >tter than the clerk who brought hlm two pens came in and offered to post the letter ? No >ou won't," said Clancy, handing the letter to a reporter. As the reporters were leaving this same clerk came up to them and said: Give me the letter to mail. The war? den rrsy regret this in a half hour!" When this was refused he added: "The warden haa been very high-strung for the last forty-elght houra." An hour later the reporter who had the letter called up the warden on the tele? phone to give him an enportunity to re eonsider. "Please mail the letter at once." said the warden. "You saw me You saw I wasn't nervous. Anyway, I've been think ir.g about thls thing for some time. I am now making arrangements so that things wlll be in shape when I leave." In addltion to giving the lie to Hen ?aaay, Clancy also deelared that the in? terview published in some of the morning papers as coming from Senator McClel* land. In whlcb Stllwell was made to deny that be had ever made a confession to Hennessy. was not true. in so far a? 11 said tbat the interview took place in the varden's offlce. Senator McClelland would not answer this. The very mention of a confession stirred Warden Claocy to the quick. ?When Hennessy makes thnt statement public T.ferrlng to the Stilwell confes? sion) I 11 have something to say." he ex claimed. He said that Frederlc H. Stllwell. ? brother of the prlsoner; Colonel Wllliarr N Amory, Charles H. Unveraagt and himself were present at one tlme or an? other at the interview between Hennessj. and Stilwell. ?'Sick OT Whole Thing." Clancy. who never tried to hide hb frlendliness toward Stilwell. said: fl see Governor Sulzer refers to me Ir hla Interview. Wby does he refer tr me' My eonnection with this case ls not one to be proud of. I'm sick of thf whole thing, and after the eleetion. when I make my etatement. you will i>ee thal Senator Stllwell ie not the moat dlshon orable one in the whole affair. The ob. ligatlons to this man were totally disre garded. They were broken on all sides, and Tn per cent of the things said aboul him are lies." He and Stllwell wer* together a llttle more than an hour, alone. after Senator MrClellan and Birsack left. When th* warden waa asked what they talked aboul in that hour he said: ?*\Ve talked about a trip to Denver we made together In 1908 That ma> seem like a Joke, but lt is the fact. We JuM decided to forget the whole thing and talk about old times." Warden Clancy asserted he was an antl Tammany _.?nioorat-and a foe of Murphy _ud Tururaai.y Hall TEPHEN .!? STILWEL1 s CHHRS FOR M'CALL Tammany Nominee Greeted with Noisy Din, Which Lasts 28 Minutes. 5.000 "BRAVES" IN PARADE Candidate Says "Clock Has Struck for Licentious Press," and Again Assails Hennessy. Kdward lv McCaU spoke in Tammany Hall last night. It wa.s the long delgyed Tammany ratiflcation meeting for thecan cii<iatr i on lha cny and eounty tlcketa, aa announced by N. Taylor Phillips, the chalrman. Mr. Mcall. surrounded bf Tammany leaders, includlng Charles K. Murphy, it was said, teviiwifi thr paraala of the various A aaa?ihi j Dtetrlel organl zatlons, ahOUl MM BMU, frnm a platform in front of tha ball before be cama laaMc to speak The Witwam was troWdod with a typi cal Tammany crowd, which fouKht for standing; room in the aislr-s and cheered the candldate for Majrof for twentv elght BllmUtea when he tlnully appeared. The ch* ering was BPOntaneoua aJ flrst, but after ten mlnutea araa palpably forced. It was estimated there WCre I.^I) ln the audience. Thomas I' Bmlth, 80. r> tary of Tammany Hall, sairl it was the graataat night he had ,ir*n in the W'igwarn since Willlam Jcnnings Bryan spoke there. He did not add that Bryan fll afterward dofeatOd. Mr Met ai! ootnipled a good part of hls speaklng tlrne wlth another bltter attack on the eewapapera, "The World" ln par Hcular, and John A. Henne.-sy. He told the audience, with a show of real anc*'. that "the rlor k had BtrOCk" for I'tiltt/er and "The World" and the llcentio Hfl press. The other speakers who precede.l Mr McCall. Includlng Dr. Parllngton. can? dldate for President of tlie Borough ll Manhattan; Herman A. Mata, candldate for Controller; Maurlce Iielches, r andl ? late for Register; t ongressman Mlchael Coiir> and others, had evldently taken thelr cue frnm tlie Mayoralty candidate ln hls former atta*ks on the newspapers, for thev all spoke iti tlre same vein. Mr. MeCall said, in part: "All along tlie line, as J'ommissioner or Controller Metfl has said, from one end of the elty - and are have beea from one point to tiie other Um Democracy Is waiting. challng at the bit to net UP and at them. Knthus'lasm such as has heen in this campaign has never been seen, 1 am ad\ised in the outlying bor* OUgbB of thls city W'e lu.\e tei n some what set bar'k by the slanders and the calumnles that bave been lajocted into thls campaign. and while the indlvlduals can be named 1 do not hesitate to plaee the responslbility for the lnjectlon of auch CTOatUroa upon the fusion manage? ment, no matter whether they dlsclalm lt or not. "It was they who brought thls man Hennessy Into the camass. because ln fol? lowing the regular CUBtOBM of leadcru of a lost cause, when they run awny from the Issues that shouid be dlscussed ln B i-ampaign, they reach down Into tbe gutter for thelr filth and slander. and the agen cies they use are Just such as thls deapl* - ahle. cowanlly creature ls. But I go noi propose that through thelr BChamlng and by the Instrumentallty of surh creature? as that we shall be dherted for one mo? ment from the real issues of thls cam? paign. and I ask you to leave to tne for my own treatment hoth this man and the licentious press. "And now, gentlemen. tO pass to the Hne of battle and tl.e Issues where gen? tlemen can wage war?1 mean polltlcal war?if they differ honaotly upon iaauea and leavlng Jhe gutter fnr those who seem to thrive and wallow ln lt, let me ask you 'what is the paramount lssue ln this campaign'' Is it not the condition of our real estate, burdened and borrie down until the owner of real estate fea-ls like aaying Jo the clt\ aulhoritl* s. 'Be* fore you make another lmpos.tinn upon our tax, take my propertv." We have reached the point of conflscatlon, and the reason for It ls reasonably aseertalnable. Tln- speaker said the present adminis? tration hai rataad the <i-y rlibt in a riot of extravaKance, and "yet they talk of a contract foi in of government. Tammany Hall and boaaniiam." he declaivd. Vou read It ln the head ll.us of that miserable World." " he continiiel "What an orgy of Joy theie would be ln the rulitzer family lf 1 ahould come Uloie the people Hnd off.-r an eXCUM for my voting for some meaaure whlle in the Mayor*! offlce that i .n.i not underatand what 1 was rottng f?r, fuel as Mr. Mitche! did as ? member ?.f the Beard of Kstimate on thfl DelaurarA <v- rister Rail? road propoaltlon in the eraterahed ?I hav.- beea bi flghti wltb otbet papers before, when i couM expect nothlng bul bloan from them, bul they fought fur and rmt afeoerdtng to the cowardly tactlci <.f the piney-footed 'World.* i tell you gentiemen here to-nlght thal the elo * bai stru u for Pulitser and Thi World That stvle of Jo.iirt.ilism I.-. n menace t<? tb* oommunlty, Thej arlll Hnd thal they have attaeked ? man wfco wlll nol run away frotn lli.ni, but wlll eome light back .-, ? 1 bera evi rj tlme There were crlee of "Good.Give it to them!" "Drop the reporten In i gna tank!" "Put them OUl ot tlu- hall!" frorfl v.iriou- parts Of tbe room as Judge |fi , 'all < ontlnued te huri his broai I the nearapapera, The crowdi ln tl ? puehed forward cloaa to Ihe fool ol t ?? platform, tbreatenlng tbe reportai for ;i tlme, Interfertaig arlth thelr worh Men from the platform ni thi "stliriK iriob judge McCall aaM he had Ineurred tha uudylr.g hatreil of the editor Of *The World" when he rigned the dual . mitra.-ts, tO w hi. li that |.'i ? poaed. He gave tbal ai lhe reaaon foi the paper attacklni blm He aald thal paper, an.i othera, had i ..i i U d tbi tlng an.i -Chemlng ao fai lhal ?? Derao eral couM nd gel ? fali repreeentatioi in any of them unlees he weal down inti his pockel and paid f>,r adv.rttsin Th- hands anei marehlBg mea through llth street frequently Intcrr upt'.l the h?I dreflflflfl Of thfl earlier spe-aker- 1 ?r. I?a' llngton quoted ghaheapeare taro or three times in hls speech. whi.h did not .*> em te make a hit Wlth thi Tammany i-rowo He revtewed his erorh as n.-aith COmmis sion.r anii prophcMod a victory foi T.im many nt the polls. The big croard iwooped Into tbe hall efter the parade to iv.ir Ju.ue Mi" >': wh.n the cheerlnfl for him had lubelded he aaked th<- perndaalan of ihe ludlence to give erajf for a few minatei te Mi Metz, who barl anoth.r tngagement tO till I In Hrooklyn. f Metz made a hit with lhe CTOWd when he saui the ery of "Tammany Hall" la ibe campaign did n.,t aeare any honeat man or any one AfaM Th.-y checr.-.l hard -r when he deelared thal the tirst thing he WOttM dn on January 1, lf elected Con troller, would be to open the front door. Of hls otflce an.l "l.t them all in " He said he would bl there on the Job ?-\<-iv day, and noi away "Ball Mooolng" through the country, ai Mr. Premi. r^.ist bad beea Mrs. Bdward y. McCaU and her twe daughtera sat bi ? b,,x it the meeting and applauded the ipeakers enthualaetic* ally WHITMAN RAPS DEMOCRATS Forfeited People's Confidence, He Says in Buffalo Speech. i B) t< i.jjr.Tph te i be Trabaae i Buffalo, Oci It. I 'haries ii, Whitman, ?peaklng to-nlght before a meeting of 1, oiKi R pubttcane, called in the interest of th.- local candldate for Mayor, iddreaied himself f stnte IflbOfll entlrely "The ceneeiii of our people to-day." snid Mr. Whitman. "ls the re'lemptlon of the State of KeW York fre.m a govern in.nt aad control with whi.h wt have growa all loo aadly famillar durlng th last few yean "The Democratlc party has broken faith wlth the people nnd has forfeited their lonflden -. and the only hope for rellef in the reataratlea Bf sane and honest government iu the Stat. ot New York rests with the RepuMlcan party "Three years ago a I x-mocratic admln- i latraUon eucceeded oaa of the gieeteel men this state has ever produced, Charlci F Hugh.s. That was onlv three \ears ago. How dlaaatrona, how humiiiating, how fllmoal Incxpltcable i The bufllneai uffalrs of thls state bavfl been BOgleCted and forgotten, COlOflaal extravagan. .? and naaeeeeeary flapendlture h?\<- laeraaaaa." Mr. Whitman dltflllfld thfl monOOUl ln craaaai la Um eoal of stnte government ! during the Dlx and Bulier a.lmlnistrations. i mentlonlng perticularl) the newly organ* i'.ii state Labor Departmenl aivi th.- Blec i ? | llflM Bm. au. He mnd the total Incrcaafl was li.i.iifui.", h,. denaoaeed the Demo? cratlc mar.ag.rn.nt af the Hlgharayi li. partm.nt an.l said the .anal management had been ,.|ir.!ly as bad. Mr. Whitman aaM Um ettrll iervlc? law had become a dead letter under the lasi twe Demoi ratie admlnlstrations. PIPE COST LASORER HIS LIFE. Phlladelphia. o.t |J .\ laborer was hli.wn to plecee ln thls . Ity o-iay when .i . Rtlcka of dynamite he was eerrytag under hls arm exploded. Sparks fiom a pipe he was smoking while catTjrlng the dynaml'e are belie\.d to ha\e caused the explosion. HENNESSY GIVES FACTS to mm rasiM Spends Two Hours in the Crimi nal Courts Building?J. J. Martin with Him. EXPOSE TAMMANY SECRETS Murphy's One-Time Co-Leader Aids Fusion's Firebrand? Sen. Frawley Joins Ranks of the Lie Flingers. it |a probable that John A Heuneeey* who haa beea cudgeWng Tammany Hall and ii- manlpalatora rrom tha roatrtnn. will appear later ln t?he areeh befora J'htef Maglatrata McAdoo a.-* the prlndpal ait noaa la John Doa procoeeTlnga. We Bral Bteg toward Dlatrlci Attorney vrhltmau'fl Object of datermlning whethet Henneaay haa evMence thal ? crtma or crunea hava beea commltted *..? tahen yeaterday arhea Henneeaj appeared before John K. Clark, Aaalatant Dlatrlet Altorney, in re Bponea t" ? aubpcma Mr Henneaay arha ln the Crlmlnal COtirta Building for more than a-i hour. with lum araa Jamea J. Mgrtin, onea as itotant leader of Tamman) Hall Mr rten ttamaa ?,is VOTJ bhhnA aml spoke in a loW tone \ atenegraphci was preaent to i?ke down arhal in and Martln had io Bay "Nothlng to say." said Mr HenniBBy BJ he left Mr Clark said that If Dlstiln Altorney Whltman returned to-day the whete mat* ter wouid he lald hefore him. and until then BOthlng would he made pubtlC U was learned, bowever, Ji.at Mr, Henneaay wouM return to-day at 2 ovio'-k and it was believed aubp_naa arera laaued let other arltni The fact that th- Dlfftrlo] Attorney would take at Last tWO davs for hls pTO* llmlnary examination before either dis Cardlng Jhe case or present'.ni; ?t to a magjlatrata araa taken tn mean thal really valuable evMence wa- aubmitted and that a thorough Inqulry, perhapa reejutrtng ihe of aeveral arttneaaea, arouM ba rende befora pladng ihe avldence tn Chief ? ,?? McAdOO'8 hands. Benatoi Jnmea .1 Frawley, whose name \*a? brought int'i Hen.eeay'a atorj Mon? day nlKl.I Bfl <r.ie who wa.s BOCTfltly at euta arlth i baMea v. Murphy, yeaterday said thai arhen Henneaay quoted hun as aaying "Murphy ha<i hundreda *if enemlea in tha organlaation" be araa quotlng him? seif, Henn?vy, and nol Frawley. 'Henneea) ?as ln ? group of men in front of the Ten Bych Hotel In Aihanv mn ih* night before the Bnal roie ln th? Impeachment trial araa lakea," BaM Frawley, "and there araa aome t.iik of the cit \ campaign Henneoa. ^;<.< 1 i?e araa a Tammany Hall Demoerat, j-ht nol a Murphy man, and that Murph) had plenty nf ? im mh - in tii.- organlaation lie arent on to aai thal ba thougjhl the ' ? lfl Ihe cit\ . -i i -.ird i thoughl tha organlaa? tion V"t- aro .!?! i e aolld frr. tba i" mo* i r.iii ? ticket, and thal araa all thgt trot BaM i nevi r made any *'f thi tat< m* nl i r edlti ? y Heni?aol." Benatoi Robert P Wagner, actlng Lleu tenanl Oovernoe, ta a hnm Henneaay re* fa-reri in Iiih Monday ni?i.t Bpeoek *?? "a li.rtv little rat." aaM he bad no comment J*i m.'ikr', a? pl 10 BO] lhat ln w.m suriy ? ould do nol thaa de? acend to "vltuperatloa .rr.ri bllllna Charlea n L'nveraagt, prealdant of the Btandard Flnance Company, r.f No m i'ark avenue, mentloned bj William Sul? zer. m his stiiweii Bpeeeh, as one arho rr.Mii rerlfy the atatement, eondemned s..!/.rr anaparingl) for glving oul auch ? atatement. "He n<>i only Imperll BtHweH'a Hf*. be* thuga up then might k.u blm lf thoughl hfl a bi b '? i tealer,' " ?add (Jnvereagti "but he makea it hnpoe* Oovernor Olynn tn portlon sm Well. "Clancj relled me up laal niKht an*i aald thera never araa any detoctaphone or d?tagrapb Ig the prhmn, as aaaertad by Henneaay." TAMMANY TELLS GLYNN HE'LL NOT BE COERCED NewYorkcr Carrics Word from Organization to Albany Dinncr to Editors. [B> Tele-rr ipb ie Tl <? Tflbona Albany, O L tt. Tammany Hall arlll not make the mist tke ot a^aln demaiiding too much from Um Oovernor of the state if the promlee made tn Oovarnor Olynn by Dr, Jamea W. O'Brlen tO**_ght al tne harmony dmner Klv ? ri hy tln- eteoted Btate oflleera to Jhe upotate DenBocratle edttora batda good Mr O'Brlen is ihe ed.tor of "Tlie Sunday I'nioii." of New Vork, an.l tl.e only newspaper prOplietOr pr*sent from th.it dty. "I havi' bflflfl authuil/.ed by the lin portanl leadera of mj party ln New York," he t-uid, turnlng to Oovernor Olynn, arhlle maklng Ida after dinner apeeeh, "to say to you ihat if arrora have been made in the past ui demand Ing too n.uch irom the Oovernor, la brlnging too much preggura tb baar on blm, that mis? take wlll not bo mail* in the tuture" "While i am Oovarnor i am golng ta Imttata ao man." aaM Oovernor Olynn, "for my predoCOOBOa? la ottlce are tar tno Kreat frrr me to attempt to Bpproach, but i arani trr comhtna tha dlplomatli democ* rai* rrf Martln Van BttrOfl wlth tbfl mili? tant Democraey ef Bamuel J. Tiiden. if tha lead ara pul np le me that which i comdder !s th<- actual .sentiment of the state 1 shall foOOW lhal OQUraO If lt dooan't, i wont follow it. "If nny dMBeuUlea arlee la the party they wlll be aettlod on the Inside and not on the street OOrMTa, and they wlll be settled In surh a manner as tr, harmoti _fl aml nnt destroy the party." DELANEY DENIES ALL Takes Issue with Every Charge Sulzer Lays to His Door. John H. Delaney. of the State Dr part ment of BtaV lerc | and lv-oimmy. who \mis altar ked by former Governor Sulzer ln b Bpet b "'i Saturday nlRht. lss'ied a statement last nlghl denyliiK all the. chargea gwde attainst hlm. "Bvery statement marle by Mr. Sulzer relatlng la ma la untrue," said Mr. De? laney. Ma denled Ji.at ba was aeajualhtad arlth Allan Ryan?had never aeen hlm In his life. He denied he had aoliclted cam palgfl contrlhiitlona from any person or accepted any, Sulzer's statement that De taaey was a apy In hia r-amp. Delaney eald, wa.-^ paiticulla rly mean and BOn* temptlble. as he dld everythlnK in hi* power to airl the deposed Uovernor'a ad? ministration. lt was only p hen Bulgfr asked him to go on the stand and com mit perjury that he rebelled, according to Delaney. STILWELL LETTER IS GENU1NE. SAYS SULZER Ex-Governor Learns of Former Senator's Denial While on Tour in East Side. INVADES LEVY BAILIWICK 'Chief Acting Like 'Bill Tweed' Before He Ran Away, Says Tammany's Foe in Reply to Murphy's Statement. Willlam Sulzer .ampaicn.v| ln the Kast Side against A iron J. T.evy last nlght to 'lefeit his car>.lirl..i-v for the Municipal i'ourt j-i.ticeship iie madfl floveii lodeoT apcochca in the M Judlclal Diatrlet and the or six out of Aoore. lle repeated hls atory of ex-genator gtepbefl J. StllwetTfl attempl te obtain a pardon efter he ?r*a sent to Sing Slng for extorting a bribe. He remained alleat, bowefer, as far as l.ta speechPS were con-ernel on the sub Je.-t of gtflwell'l own refiitatlon <>f the itory .-irid hii d.-nlai ot th- henulneBeea <>f the lett.r whbh Sulzer published yester? dav as the ..ne Stiiw.'U s.'it lo bini IW0 days after be was Impeaih-.i. He was li formed of gtilweQ'a 'bnl.il while at l-imllion I'Mi Park. His reply was that there arafl nothlng te ibe denial. The let* i.i wai all i" gtllweU'e hendaniUng and prt.cth' genulne, he snld. ti,,. n-Oovernor'a trip through the Fa^t gldc wat marked by the <ame hystericnl frent) c,n the part of hls eonaUtoenU flfl when he made hll trtumptol homecomtng ? v.i y a week ago. Blames Murphy for Firetrap. At I.enox Assembly. In 2d str.-et. near Av-.ue c. he lald at Murphy's door the taeponelbUttj fer the death of acoree e.f g:ris wh.. pertehed In the Btnghamtaa gr. He aaM: -Humtredi of working paapta may die an- r!a as fhreeseore or more dM in Blnghamtoii becauae of the demoralt_a tlon In the Departmenl of Labor, which the boss kept up ln Ordet tO maintaln his bold upon foba ind oontracti for the Tammanv machine. ' It was sitr pl" JU.-tl.e whn-h led I busi neea man In Oeainlag to lay the recenl muUny in glng Mn| lo Murpbylam The naderworld ln Jall anowi what is g-.tng on outsi.b- its revoll waa an echo of the (Ight whi, h Murphy'a polltlcal uaderaroild Wflfl .-oriduiting agam.-t HM. The cronks in tall aroee egalnel tbe maa i made warden, aud the daatege done by the mutlnj coal the taxpayeri WOJM." in ti.e mi.ist of thfl eicltemenl Mr sui ?er whrpped oul ? i ? ??? '>' paper and derlared thal hi heM ln his hand ? threal madfl against Mrs Sulzer. lt was prlntfld in riddieh Thi-. Ii thfl irorh of Murphy and Tam mani ! lall'" h>- ihoub d Por a s.-. .md thfl .iii aaa perfectly atill Th.-n ? man ln Ihe rear jump.d <>n a chair ind ihooted "Murphv OUghl to be Ivnehol"' The ?nng thal followed was tremcndotis At .j. fT.r.-,.n Hall, tto :?? Columbta nr.-, t. tuiflflr relterated the itory af stii arelTi alleged w-iiiingness to Impllcate Tammany leaden m hla ronfeeelon. H?* ...i i he erafl ? aan*anrUaan eandldate wlth no aai ta grtnd and no motive or lee oth. r than tO do wbal lu- COUld fi i food govei nmenl After b-aving Hamllton Plata i'ark gai* ?el w.-nt to Publlc gchOOl 0 Here he w.-nt over tb.- replj of Murphy to the ehargi thal he accepted a n. Hrady's *."?' and made na accountlng for it li. ii! ii, part "Mr Murphy'a reply to what i have pr<.\.,i i- .,i weeh and feeMe thal the 1 lib-r must have gone crazy Hfl lfl aet* Ing Jual iik.- nii! Tweed dM before he ran flwaj te gpaln "What wll! the Hraves say? Their '('hief wahbb-s, and llutt.rs, and dattere, He knows he la beat.-n an,l thal his ticket ls doomed. Tin.. is no longer ? eampalga lt || a rout ? There la m> queatlon aboul the de? atructlon >'f Charlea (?'. Murph) and hls rubber -tamp DOmlm >? for Mayor. The onl) queatlon is how r.ir the people wlll K" in aCOUrglng thelr enemies out of power. It is t:... most humiiiating chas lleemenl >i.r auffered by a political or ganlaatlon ln the Patted states Sees "Chief" in Panic. "Pank ind lunacy have seized the 'Cblef ani hls ctptains. lastead of an swering a good of QUflOttOlM the peopb want to know aboul they bave hegun to ?bu ->? evi i ? bod) in fllght "Thej know the) are bedl) whlppcl. N.w rork Cltj an.l N.-w Vork gtato know arhai ha-- cauaed thla itagle deatructlon <>f Murphy*! gaiimg tyranny ..ver tbe people. Tbe revolutlon has beea brought nl out bv Wllliam Sulz. : s i esistiui, .? to Murphy'a corrupt eUgerchy. it is due to the axpoeure _t gigantfc graft by the peo ple'a Qovernor an.i b) theae he enllated in ih? battle for honeat govenuneut against govei nnuiit b) the boaaea" .vt tbe maaa meeUng la Tarraaa Ly* eeum, near Rutgera gquara Jay \\ For* r.-st. the Albani lawyer allv of Sulzer's, sani thal hi aould produee to-.iH>' Eu? gene 1>. Wood'fl l.tter to a friend of his iu whi.h thi name of QoverDOT illjtill appeared among th.* list of those present at the Delmonleo Impoaehmani eonferenee on Mav 11 last The others present. he aaM, aere Murphy, McCall, McCooey, Wagner aad Mc< 'abe. Defeat Levy, Cries Sulzer. Flfteen thouaand pereoni Mood tn. and oul of Pubtle s.iiooi ?;;., Mdrtdga an.i HOflter streets. last night until after 11 O'OlOck, waltlng to h.-ar and to iheer Willlam Sulzer ThO) did both. Kor more than ten minutes not .-ven the for in.-r Qovernor himself OOUM check tbe wild enthusiasm whleh hls arrival pro voked. It mgllfred the |ih\sical force of about twenty men, formed in llne. to push hlm to the sp.iiket's platform. Women nnd men MOOd OB th.- piano, on the s.-ats and on tach others feet \t kutgeri Sipiare thflffl were tlve thou? sand. many of whom had run alongsid the Sulzer automohlle from the school meeting. At th.. Terraei Lyeeum, Kast Hroadway, near rilnton street. there wer. fully as many In the sipiare "Tammanv Hall |* n.,> a political or? ganlzation; it is a crlmlnal on.spiracy to roh the state." declur.d the candidate Murphylsm must go. Drlve out hls ean? dldatea. from top to bottom I wish you would l.at all of them, but esp.,lally I want to beal Aaron .1 Levy. ' A ludg,." Why, I Wouldn'l give him a case of dlvor... between cats!" SULZER RIDICULES MURPHY "Return Brady's $25,000? It's a Joke," Says Ex-Governor. Kx-Oovernor Sulaer made merry yes? terday over iharles F. Murphy'a reply to chargea made by himself. Hia rejoinder to the Tammany chief was ln part aa fol? lowa: "Mr Murphy has taken aeveral daya to answer my rjueatlon about the Brady $_>.O00. whlch I refused from Judge Beardsley and whlch Judge Beardsley gave to Mr. Murphy, and which the ?*'hlef never accounted for. and now aaya he gave back. "Mr. Murphy now calls on a dead man to prove the return of thls money. He says he gave It back to Anthony N Brady. but Brady ls dead and he can't corroborate hlm. Was anybody wlth them when the money was paid back? Beards lev took the money to Murphy In bllls. "Why didn't Murphy give the money back to Beardsley? How dld Murphy pay lt to Brady'f Was lt In a che* k or dld he take lt out of the safe at Delmonico's? If he took lt out of a safe does anybody remember the lncldent? Were there any wltn-ssea present. so that Judge Beardsley can feel a.ire that the money he gave Murphy was turned back to Brady? Wlll Judg* Beardsley take Murphy s word for tt? Why don't you ask Judge Beardsley what he thlnks of Murphy'a atory? Everybody knows that Brady and Mur? phy were not on speaklng terms. "Let Murphy make an affldavit that ho paid the money back to Brady, stating the drcurnstancfs of the pavment In de tail. Let hlm make the affldavit beforu s-nne notary other than W .1 lilacken, who ls one of Murphy's messengers and handmen. "Mr. Murphy Is rattled, he knows hla ticket ls beaten; hls fstatement Is feeble. he is groepy, It Is all to laugh. ' Mr. Murphy wants us to belleve that he was turnlng away trrnney. That will make th.- b.aves' laugh I have asked Mr. Murphy to tell us where he got hia frrrtut.e, said to be $15,000,000 He dare not answer liow d<> yon suppose he jrrr w rb h lf he refused money that came hls wa v?" J.J.Hoey, Deputy State Super? lntendent, Urges All to Vote for McCall. Insurance men are Ig arms against Jamea J. Hoey, Deputy state Bupetln* tendent of Ins irance, beeauae Of his ef? fort to get them ln line for the Tammany Ucket Ha aant out a circular to that md It was followed by a !ett<r from Joaeph M Prlce, chairman of the execu? tlve eommlttee of the fusion committee. in whlrh be polnted <>:it that Tammany leadera arere faat taking control of the bondlng Inaurance business of the etty. _mong the Tammany BBOg in thls busi? ness are Charlea k. Murphy, jr., a riephew of th.- Tainmany boog' Timothy K. I'oha 1.1:1. a brother of tiu- Burrogate; Jamea !?'. 1 *irr>. leader of HOOJ/a <Jis?trl<t. Thomas j llcJfanua, leader of the nth Diatrict; Mrrrrls ttoOO, a Sullivan man; UoswpII D. Wllllaine, leader of the I7tk Distnet. wiiiiam Bobmer, state Controller; Alder? man Jonn Whlte. Joseph A. OOUlden. Tammany randMatt for Prealdant of the Aldermen, an.i othera. Hotel men, con* Uactore, i it> olllcials and thOOfl who have dcalm-s aith tln- courts ate being nn pottuned to put their insurance buslt.eati ln the hands of Tammany m*-n. Here are extracta from snme *if the rcplics recelved by Mr. I'rice, ahowlntf how the insurance men fgel on he aub Ject: . lon, Bayley B Kearney, No. 2~,~, Broadwa] i muat aay that :>>ur circu? lar of Oetober :i Jimtglnt nothing but tr:;.' (acta regarding the condltion iu the bondlng business for the last two <>v thlUfl \ears I'or yuur lnformatlon 1 might add tbat you hava oenttted i?" live onea, they being a ivrtain Mi ilooilwin, son oi Daputj Charitteg Coinmlgagoner Ooodwln, who only last week sucoedtiig tn taking g eerj large bond from mu through the Influence ot hla father, as thla bond i ! mentlon ran la favor of tbat department Th* othor gentleman I speak of ls a Mr. Jordan. who ls the Deputy Commiootonef of Water Bupply, Borough of The BTOOX ! .1: ? ! all others to whom I bave spoken 1:1 my ii.t" of bualneea are heartily in co opcrat.o.i with your effortO, and trust thej aill meet arlth aucceaa " C H S'luire. the Squiie .'ompany, No. M William Btraet: "Wa are Bomewhat aurprtaad that the Inaurance Deijiaurtment of the State of New York would allow Mr. Hoey or any one else conne.ted with ?aid department to wnte misleading let ters or elrCUlara wlth the Inteiition of connecting gentlemen anrl business) men wlth the 'wanl hoalflra' of Tammany Hall." Bamuel Kahn. No Hf. Weat ll$th street. "Vou need have no fear as to the effect of the circular sent out by the Tammany CTOWd to tbe Insurance rm n, as it wii! only have tiie OPPOB?0 effect. 1 have | spoken to a great many bcadfl and em ployea of large conip.ini* 8, and have yet to iiiui one who win be awayed by thelr letter. aii aill rote for tiu- ticket headed l y Mr. Mitchel." HYDR0PH0BIA KILLS BOY Treated at Pasteur Institute, but Malady Recurs. Arthur Alshut, seven yaaig old, of Xo. 407 Kast '.'tth street. died from hydro phobl.i at HelleMie Hospital >*-sterday The boy wa.s MttOfl by a dog September 'I, anrl recelved the PagtOUr treatment, but the treatment was Btopped, and later the malad> reappeaied tn atl a.-,'gra\ ated form. The boy*8 fear ot' water marle hlm re? fuse nourtahmenl His mind appeared tn be clear In other wa\s. The malady reached the COnvulalve ?tate and the boy'a parenta were then told there was no hope for hlm. RISKS $5,000 ON M'CALL Frank Farrell Gets Odds of Two to One in Wall Street. lt was reported on the <'urb >e.sterday that Pred Wilding. of Sternbeiger ? fo., acling for Krank Karrell, president of the New York Americans, bet ?V>,000 to $10,000 that McCall would be the next Mayor. 80 far thls ls tl.e larg* st bet reported ln the Bnanclal dlatrlet on the Mayoralty elec? tion. Several other wugers totalllng about $",.-? or KOoo, at odds of :' to 1 and 10 to 4 on Mltchel. were reported B BREAKS NECK ON STAIRS Chauffeur Killed When He Topples Backward Down Steps. JameB Menzks, a chauffeur, of No. 1C6S Amaterdam avenue, was kllled last night when he trlppfd on tho Btalrway on the second floor at hls hom-s und fell, brenKing hls neck. Menzie.s was on hls way tr> hls apartments 011 the second floor. wlth hls arms full of bimriies When bfl raached the top step )lf. t0p pled and fell backward, ciashing down the Btepa and landing on hls head. He w" s dead when an ambulattOO arrived from Knickcrbocker Hospital. / SEEF T District Leaders' Reports Indi* cate Serious Defection from Tammany in Its Stronghold. RESENT ATTACK ON SULZER Many East Side Democrats Turn Against Tiger?150,* 000 Plurality Predicted for Mitchel. Reports made hy Republican and Pro? gressive AssemMv district leaders would indicate that for the flrst time in Its hla tory the Tammany organization's bif plurality below llth street arlll be wlped out. A close ? abulation of the vote for Mitchel ln these HfltHctfl brings it up about even to that which it is ng.ired , J'l.^e Mcfall will ohtain. Such an over throw In Tammany strongholds lndirates what serious defe. tion there is from Tam? many Hall. This condition has heen brought about largelv through resentment over the im peuchment of Governor Sulzer. Thou? sands of cltizens who have be.-n ln the habit of voting the straight Democratic tb-ket will vote the straight fusion ttckflt thia year. It wlll mean, polltlcal leaders say. the electi m of not onlv the fuslon ctt) ti'-ket. but the entire local ticket aa well. Kormer State Senator Martin Paxe who hns been in charge of the bureau working amonpr dlaaffected Republican-. report. that not only have the Republicans who at flrst w.-re against Mit< hei turned to his support. but they are also sending in campaign ChOCka This is the best nf proof of thelr change of heart. Kelly's Nine Sons for Mitchel. T.uclen Ronheur, tl.e Progressive. who worked for the nomination "f Dtfltrtd At? torney whitman for Mflyor by the fu?lon committee, was so enthuaiaatic yesterday that he was pr.-dicting a plurality for Mltehel of not less than IfMM, "I hava been talking to prominent Democrats for three ,,r foir days," he aald, by wav of explatning liis leefltfagly extravagant atatement "They are "way down in the dumps.' and are flgurlng upon being overwhehaed by h '.andshde.?? John Kelly, of No. Hl M Itreet, Brook? lyn, wrote yesterday to Robert Adamson that nine of his te-n IOBI would vote for Mitchel. The tenth is ne.t of age. He flleo has three s.ms-in-laW who At' going to vote for the fualon candidate. "If the Other KeUyi do as well for Mitchel as are will," he said. "the fuslon candidati wlll have th.- hlggail plurality ev. r fllvea tO I Mayor in this .ity." Wllliam l' Kusseii. preaMent ot the Unlted stat s cuatanu inspector a - ?edatlon, wrote to Mr KHehel reaterday thal reporta that they arere tta* ?atiafled with the treatment aecerded te them by tha Collector arere without anv foundation. "iin the contrary." be added, "I take plaaauTfl ln nying thal an have aever been accorded falrar treatment by aay Collector. Vour attit ide on the question of salaries. working hours. and. lfl fflCt all conditions ?>f employment hafl been emlnently fair." "I am a Democrat and always have roted tbe Deeaocratie Ucket.' aald Wttm Commlaaloner Heary I Thompson. "but 1 am againal havtng n'ie man name o ,r candidates and having Murphy run th*> city. I knuw that if Mayor Oaynor had h\.,i hfl aould have taken the same view. I shall vote for tlu fusion te het." Another Democratic member of th* Gaynor fldmlnlfltratlOB haa alao an nounced hlinflfllf i'i favor of Mitchel Prendergaat and McAneny. II lfl Lawaai rur.lv. prealdent of the Tax Ro..ri "I have been near enough to these mm for four yean." be ?ni*s. "ta Jeaee fairly of thelr charactar and ablllty Thev are able. m.lustrious and expenen.ed li the eity s flftatn More than two hundred and nftv ..cr gymgn bave coneented le i l pre.iden-' of a fusion mass meeting I* ba held in CflrnegM Hall oa leturday nlght under the aUflpiCCfl of the Clergy an.l Lalty Knscn ' ommittee Diatrlet Attorney whitman aill praelde. In addl? tion to Mr Mitchel Controller Prender gast and Tr. sioent McAneny, tb , rs wiii bfl Rabbi w>... Canon Peterfl, Miss Mary Dreler aud Haym^n'i B. Foe* dick. Bvery indicatlea points to the fact tbat tlie fusion mass meeting in M idi.?on Square llarden tO-morftm night will ha the greatest held In .. Mavora';' pa'gn since eonaolldatiOn Thousands of peopie. repres. nting many erganlflatieaa Wlll march tO the hall in thirty dlvWom from various parts of tbfl dty, Big Parade for Fusion. The rendi-zvous of tbe divi.-ions will he in the territory bounded by sth and *V*h streets and Ktrst anl Kighth aven ies fine thousand members of the Mll *' rollege M.n s fitflglTT will march from Broadway and Bd street The MKchfll LaagUflfl will bave nve thousand In llne. Tbe Husineas Men's Non-Hartisan Anti Tamm.ui> ' flflgTU- under the gUflflflO-fl tt whbh the meeting is being held. will have twenty dtvteioan repreeeatlag the rarleafl trades and professiona in the organlaa tion. In addltion to the twenty band-. that wlll play both Inside and outslde tlie Gar? den. Mme Kremstadt. of the Metropoli? tan Opera House, will slng hefote an.l betw.cri the speeches. Among ber selec? tion- will be tbe aria from Tannhausrr. ? Dlch Theure Halle." bv Wagner. oh Happy Pays"; the arla from Daa I'aHos. ?*0 I>on l-'.itale." hy Verdl, and "Annie Laurte." Mr. Mitchel and the other . aodidat. .? m the clty ticket wlll speak at the follow? ing meetings to-night: Star Caalno, hb'th street and I.exlnfton avenue; i entral Palace, No *; .-meriff -treet I.eslie Hall. 83d street and Bfflad ! way. colored meeting. WtM 131?t street an.l I.enox avenue; Rohemian National Hall. No l2o Kast 71st street; laenox lasino, H6th street and I.enox avenue; Hunt's Polnt Casino. and Progreaa Ca? slno, No. 2S Avenue A. FIRE ABOARD BATTLESHlt3 Oasolene Explosion on the New Jersey Injures Three. Newport News, Va., Oct. *M ? Hemmed in by flames in the foundry room of the battleehip New Jersey to night when a gasolene tank exploded, one man received burns that probably will result in death. Two others were badly burned The namea of the burned men were not obtalnable. A sea man is aaid to have held a toi-l-rtght near the gasolene drum.