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Right of Citizen to Choose Own Voting Residence as Distinct from Home Brought Up by Limburg. ASKS MERCHANTS' ARREST Counsel for Voters' League Charges Almost 20 Per Cent of Those Registered in "Tom'' Foley's District Are "Tin Soldiers." Herbari ?:. Limburg, counsel fer tha Voters' LeagTUe. lald information before Juatlce Qavognn, elttug ? <he criml" nal Bmnch Of the Supreme I'o-irt. y*s terdav whi.hmayresi.lt. Mr.Llmb'.rg oaya, ln the prosecution of from B..WQ to 10mm peraena for lllegal registra? tion. Mr. Limburg believes the quea? tion at laaue->_ie right of a clttagn to chooae his owa enttng residence as dl* Und from his plac* of nhode?la one of Mta! lmportance. and for that reason brought it before a Supreme Court jus? tice. JDs appl.ca. oi yesterday was for the , luaaofl of wanants for the arrest of tWO merchants in the 2d Assembly Dis? trict. who. accordlng to evidence pro? duced bv Mr. Limburg, have registered as voters la that distri.t. although their homes are in an entirdy dlfferent part Of the town. Justice (.avegan pul ihe matter over until to-morrow. when the men for whom warrants ure roquaated Wlll br represented b> COUnaeL Mr. LtmhUTg has dlrected an investi? gation which covara elght Assembly districts thoroughly Work has '>een done ln "ther districts as w. il. but in Jhe eight. Mr. Limburg says. th. r. . rot a name on the registration Iteta whkh has BOt been looked up and trgced tO th* man who signed it. More Thorough than Last Year. The same sort of inquiry was made by Mr. Limburg laal year, bul Bl lhal time he d.J not have time to go into t matter ao thoroughly as now, nor did he llnd so many Inatancaa of regla tratlon bj men whoae real homee were far from "Tom" FOley'a district. Mr. Limburg dtacovered that between 19 and '-'<? per eenl of the repistn*d voters in th<* 2d Ass.inbiy District W9X8 ?un soidi.rs"-that is, lhat the namea were Bctltkro* !? that i.roi>*>rtirin were tru< all Jhrough the < ity Mr. Llml urg | red there would have been an Op* portunlty lo *ast 110.000 fraudulenl votea. Hc does not belleve this condl* tion exlata,' howaver, for he has found the "ln. soldiers'' far less numerous this y. ar than fonngrly, H* has found, neverthelega. an al most Inctedlble number af reputnide buatneaa men reajlalered in districts far from their real homes. ln many casea the men are tteted Ul the telephone lo.rk as living sit an addreaa BCOrOB of blocha from Jhe plaee from whlch they tOfljlOterod. and in BOt-fl instam es the men do r.ot gvon live within the cily _mlta ' To say that there are five thouaand -_< h caaea ln whlch we have g.?t poal ti\e proof.'' said Mr. Limburg. "ia making a very low estiniate. Although the cases in our poaaeaakm have never been tabulated. I an. sure that the rumber ls mmh nearer ten thousand than flve thousand. Theae mon hava famlllefl lhing in their real horn.a, th*y go there .very nlghl when they finish buglnaaa; thev sleep ther*'. And j et I have found them reglatered from places repuied to be __orderly reeortg nnd dana of etmllar natur*-. There ara aeveral .-uch placea on our Hai from whlch tea or a dozen reapeetable clti m ns have registered." Mr. LimbuiK said there Boemed to be a notion prevglenl thal m tong as a man register*'.! only once he was piiv* lieged to regiater it. whatavar district si.ted hlm best He was c<.n/id<*nt. ho f,aid. that many of the men who so registered had been perauaded they had s. lighl to .1" bo. He w_s'equally > on rident thej wera mletahen, and for ih_i i n lnetituted the proceodinga be forc Juatlce <;a\egan Saya All W.ll Be Prosecuted. li Juaticg Qavegan, after tha whole queation has been thraahed out, de> ? Idea to issue warranta, Mr. Limburg Will heep labe on Ihe \olera who are on hls list. and be says that every one of ?h< ten thousand will b*> prosecuted if. after the court has decided they have no rlghl tn ' hOOan thg district in whlch th* y shall vote IrroajpectlVC Of their residence, they attempi tO east a bal? lot. Ti:*- 2d Aaaambly Dlatrlet, whlch Mr. Limburg IQgBldfl as probably the wont Ig this reapei t, ia dotningtod by Tom" Foley. Tammany leader. It ts a dis tricl ln whlch tbe vote <>f the Italians .-md tlie Hahrewfl bl inr reasing rapidly, while Jh*- vota Of the oidtime "_d Warders" of lrish birth or parentage I is on Jhe deereaga, Many of the nld ilmers have moved away, and it la likely thal these '_d Ward hoyg" would rejoice to have the 4ac_B081 ot the court | go against Mr. Limburg. for in that e\ent every one of them would C08M ba. k. and Blection Day would be a veritable "old h*ime week" celebratnm Mr. I?mi>*jrK refuoed to give ihe ns.mea of taoag for whom he seeks war* rants. Bay!..-; the decision might go againsl him, and ln lhat case it aTOQl4l not be fair to have gceogod men whol had committed no wrong. If the de? cision of the court lt* that men CM register and vote only in the dlstrict in whi.h Jh*v actually Bve. Mr. Limburg believes the owjotit) of Ihoga Ml his list will ai ? i i i the annoiinr <m< nt nnd not Httcii.pt to \ oti . I am making thla DUbllc," aald Mt' Limburg, ''beeauae i know that owing t'r ?letr poaltloa |g th<- community not a man on our list < an afford to try to rnake hls eacapa. They ar mon uf 8tgndlng, and It ls due to tham as well te tc tftaj Tcxt r,t th" community that this question be flflttled once and for all and that they have an opporturity t<, Appear by coui .-cl ?>r in person be* f,:. wa-rants are laaued." James Kadgio, who is alleged to hav.- registered ill-gally from No. 51 <>ak street. was arrested on a pencb warrant >eoterday by Datectlve Rlordan. ,vn? i? aaalgnad to the nis tn< t Attorney'fl electlon bureau. Ac? cording to the information furnished io Arthur Train. head of thfl bureau. iad Rio has nol lived at the Oak str. et ad? dress fllncc June. He is an ironworkir, and Mr. Train broke his general rulo of having no arrests made until an Bl* tempt was made to vote. for fear the man's work would carry him out of tbe clty. ESSY EIS OF SEWELL'S TALK (.?ntlnued from firnt page. would rather stay here for twenty years ihun go out and tell the truth and then b< aenl back." Henneaay said thal be gave stilwell positive ammrancfl thai if hla story wns true and could bc euppocted by legal eviderv " hc would never bave to po back to Sing Sing, hut Stilwell insist Od thnt he would not take the chance. nnd said; No. I won't put thfl proof in Whit man's hands until I get an uncondl tional pardon." They talked nvrr that polnt for flOV* eral hours. and Hflnnflflfl) said hfl in sisted that Stilwell go to Whitman. prove his story to Whitman's satisfn - tlon ami have Whitman say to Ihfl Oovarnor thai be oughl to be pardoned, but stilwell wouid not conflenl to lhe tetma Henn.ssv said he finalh of? fered tbat if hl WOUld gO before Whi** man. and Wlntman would i onfirm even tWO of the many statements h> b-ir) mnde stiiw.-n would Ret his pardon, but Stilwell would not eonsent. Reported Failure to Sulzer. Henneaay said thal he reported lo the Governor that hehad rejected Btll* well'a proffered evidence. becauae Btll* well would md eonsi-nl to the ti-ntis, that he explalned how stilwell bad <>f fererl tO influence certain Senators to vot.- ln Sulzer's favor. and thal flnaily he refused to tall the ib.vernor any? thlng lhal Stilwell had U-bl him. ln ?pltfl Of the taCt thal BtllwoU bad said that if ne could bave the pardon he would Mg0 tbe llmlt"; he would "put Murphy in Jall" ?I k.-pt faith Wlth Stllw.ll. and I am k-.ping faith, I believe, alth hlm now. ! ut I want tO ask you who < amc here to-night to h.-ar me. and oth-rs. to read th>- papera th.- remalnder of the weak." Before ipeaklng on the Btllwdl mat :, Henneaay rldlculed Murphy*fl ex planation of the Beardele) contributlon |2,<V,000 Hc said John n Btanch ..j advlaed Murphy how i.i draa . the etatamaat made publlc on Mon? dav aight Henneeey lald e.n Btanch* fleld hhime for Murphy's statement thal the 125.000 bad been raturned to Anthons N Brn4y. He said tbat be had told one of tbe assistant dlfltrlcl attorneya during tb- day that it might i?. good to aubpoena Judge Banrdaley; Morgan J. O'Brlen and "Nick" Brady, tora of tbe Etrad) eatate, to Bnd ..ut if Mr. Brady depoalted 125.000 -in cash in any of his bank accountfl two dayi after Beardaley handed th- money to Murphy. "And ,f Murpby gBVC Mr Bmd) a check." he added, "lel Murpby produee that che-k " Henneaa) repeated his former state? ments aa to the huge contrlbutloni "t Janie-s Stewart and the Barber Aa phall Company ,(i ""? Tammafl) cam? palgn fund, and i ballenged Murph) to offer an explanation as to why they wera nol Included in the iworn itate* ment. Then Henneaay came to lhe famillar j ground of his controverey wlth McCall I and said thai he had nol the ilfghteal dbubl tbat McCall paul for his Judi'ial nomlnatlon. No Bupreme Court Judge could be j nomlnated In tbl* <iiy ilnce Murphy ; u been the boss who did n?.t pay for t ii nomlnatton,*' Henneasy aald. As to hii Inalnuatlon about McCall'i dlapute wlth ??. police lnspector over the mone) which he had borrowed, Hen* ness\ declafed laal nlghl lhat Warden l-'iillon of lhe T'ltnbs had been thfl referae in that dlapute between Mc? Call and McLaughlin Concerning the interview with Mc-1 Call in the Public Service Commiflfllon rooma Henneaay issued this defl to the Tammanv candidate: "Hi is | lawyer. He knows bOW to Wlite I libel. Lal hun writ- a letter t.i me to-morrow, let him publiab that in thfl newepapefn, and j-t him put lt in the form of a criminal lll.el. as lertlng thal John J. Mi Nail) whs in his BBBOB, and 1 Wlll apply for a war raal tbe rery next moment 1 can, I nnd 1 will show him up. 1 won't . plit any hairs with him. I will pro\ e that, I arafl alone with him for an hour j Hnd a quarter, and if he dares to goi on Ihe stand 1 will have him convlcted nf p'-rjury." M'CALL HITS AT HENNESSY Heckled Candidate Says Foe Wrote Queries, Not Charges. Edwerd K McCall, the Democratlc can? didate foi- Mayor, in a. *>pftnch before a gatbering <>f workhagaaan at Battery Paru e->iid.!\ noon. when heckled by the CTOWd about John A. HflflUM fl] I charges, marie a point of the fact that Bcunemy bad aot repeated the ehargaa ln writing to him, hut had merely aaked him QtMB* tions about them. ??Jt Is one of ihe snious del. ts of our laws. ' sal'i Mr McCaU, 'an.l one tbat mual I'- soon remedbd, that the rletin , ? | tacki mch aa i bave lufferud bas to recourae nnleai the itatamanti ar<- put in writing.' How about Hennessy's letter lfl yauf" was .-wked. lf you read lt," said Judge MeCall ? yiM will see that la his letter to me Mr Hennessy did not say those thinga of me He simply asked me questions about them " HENNESSY THE MODERN GOBLIN Llttle Coualn Ilmmj ? eome to our house i to atai An' \lsit me an' l>a nn' ma an' u-o to achool Hn' plav, Por .tinimv's po'a ln polltlca, arhli I .rr Mil thinc Tbat make* men ki' Jea flgbl n n. nl end t?>il a.i'l Iroul Ifl brlni.' Af' Jlmmy aaya 'he-. is .* '-..n a.s aratchln' evtr'where, To eateb ihe avtMoer an lha?n ireeh Im ... h.? lalr, Ar.' little n\? mua' tell the truth an' musn' ?-in or pout, ''',-iuse Henneeaj li *;.' 'tn Bf they I 'r.n t Wa:. I. Out! jiniin - po'a 17*. Tamman] .. trl ? of Injuna 11 Who nlvver talll Ol jatisn-r bach an do loa vn|,;,i tl.ev'ie told Tbe;.' !*'?? thfl POM ..t< need) an gl'.e arphanta ahoea, An' horKM graf la .hi th- ei eon? tra. . t the; ehooee Put r\er' time the paper Jtmm) a pa yell ' ?-oo, Ar:' aaya th* orfulleel kmd *.' thlnga imi r-ho'l"- tt lr-n t true llr1*. gittln' m?'i an* arorrll vo.i ran aee without a doubt, An' 11 ? ? gll '188 Bf he I r,|-| t Watch I ,' 011EAST SIDE I Borough Head Outlmes Eco nomical Reforms Effected by Present City Officials. BARES TIGER DECEPTIONS Speaker Tells Hearers What Fusion Administration Has Done to Better Conditions in Their Section Goorge Hi *neny, Preoldenl or the t**^ uiiKh of Manhattan and fualon candldate fnr Prealdenl of Jbe Board of Alderman, ma.ie a arhlrlwlnd tour of th< Baai Blde lost night Bpeaklng al twenty naeetlnga aii along Seconri avenue aa far aa mh street an.i liral avenua !?? the Harlem Kiver Mi HcAneh] waa greetgd by cheerlng erowda With the aaceptlon of tha meeting at Cooper Union the ralttea were bei.i oul al doore M. McAneny waa aecompanled ??* Mra McAneny, Bata bridge Colby. Wllllam Ciant Brown, Og Aen u Mills .mil Alderman Heary H Cirrnn. The aeonond al adrnhHatratlog of the prejietit fusion ofltcl.ils a.nl thfl mfrepre sentations of the Tammuny Hpellb.nders formed Jhe Klst Of Mr McAnei.v'M r. marks. He lald * mt'hiisls on tbe feet that tho fusion admlnlatratlon. from th.? sav Inus effecteii bv prOpOT Kovertitmnt aml Kood mnnanemetit, ha.l bOM abb- to t*up ply the Baat Blde with better pa\ciiier,t*. suimmlnK BOOk Bfld miik sta.ioiis, whlch hail proved tnstrumental in savinic the ii\e? of eountleafl Infaata Referrlng to the diaclosures made by john A. Henneaay, Mr. McAneny aaM: "Those '?xposureR have BOUnded the deatbkneU el Tamamay influence bt tiiis *ltv. N'ew Vork hns now a fcood prospe-t of freelng itself periiianently from the grlp *>f ma'hli.e polltlcs " After a dinner. al which he was the gna-st of hot or. at the i'ntr Houlevard. Mr. McAneny Bped by automobile across town to 1*th street and KiKhth avenue to de liver hls flrst address .... the wav bo k to the Kast Side be stopped at J'oop* r Unloa to address a big BBBBting H.s naat speeeh ?as b.-lor* a typl* al BgOl Mdfl CTOWd at Second avenue aml M street. ri>.- next gatherlng t?* arelccane him eraJ H iew blo.ks north. at IBth stre. t and fiecond avenue. ' After that he sp.k. al 2nth, 3fith, ttt and llth streets and lacaod avenue; then. jroinK east OflM blo.-k 10 P'irst avenue, he followed that thnrnugh* fara to the end of Manhattan, paualng I lOr.'t they '??,: ? mighty Judga aa fnith-j ful aa could be, Who altui rhuriahed all his frtemls snd' apohe f.. Tammany, li.. 11* 1-- bia ordera from lha Chief and nlvver dlaobeyed r- Bueed lha Hghtea1 troubtfl er any] rt.. ti'i-i med > I'i- ,.<?!, thev pul hun up fer Mn vor tO I ^i\ e hlm lui t Ma due Tb**.he blggi l holli it the i ??..!. . r ?. ? i ? ? ? ? Tt.. y relled blm Murpl ? ? ?? i I o) an' . I Ar" Hei - ?' 'nn t he I'.dn t \\ it.-h i .. . ti- "I an |l< k ut An* aayi Ui* c-i.r: Ifl got Itae'l Into a ? Hi ? ? I 'ave to give 11 '!!? an' ? lo v* r,, K agaln i e* graftln lan'l arhal I fer patrl ? ?in men, An' Mtl* i ? > v mi- careful ba ami all mifl I* ? ? nl i . I ? ? i - -i ? .* . hancfl of beln' i ? !. nt V" |. ihi atralghl an' narrer path ? h v er look abouI. ? Hennei II glt am Bf they Don l Wati h 1 MJ* ' W. ll w. >??: ? r->v blocka where erowda *er. awaiting his coming, in referring to rammany'a mlerepre ? ona i.a. oald; \ ivpi .ii inatenei ol thelr deceptlona la .i in; v they hava heen eireulatlag harglng foi ij >foui aci ob* > aromea The trutta bi thal m the begin ' nlng of mv admlnlatratlon thla aetlon araa .?? n ? nd* ? to mi fr.r tha aahe of ef nnd *ronomy. Bul I took the gropnd thal Ihe * it v of New Tork. how? ?v.i much it aranted economy, arented le ? rf.-. t it ln .* dlfferent aray than by die* charglng in.nr arrubtvomen and i vetoed ? ommendi tion. "1 ni. relj lol the needb aa employi ? c,:i OUl of Ihe rank BUtomatll all> . that is. j wii'.i they dled tn reelgnod or wera trana* ? ? i io aome other department v.t. \ almplj be* ? tae tha fad of Ibe reeom* im* iidation leakod OUl BOI.'f mv 0|i ponenta, arltb ba elaatlc regard fov the truth, nv Hatly lhal lha aronien aere diarnlaacd Take thal as a aanapie uf th other thlnga they aaj againat fuaion." M McAneny told bis Ehat g|de hearei of the reoonati ik tion of the pavementa In thi ii et t.on l.ow the dlrty, lll poved treel bad been replaeed by Brnootb pavementa whkh could be aaelly eleaned "Th" aray the Baat glde wa** treated In regard to Ita atreote." he continued, "was ?i iiir spe, itnen uf a Tammany admlnla traUon ..r tho Borough Preatdent'fl do* partmenl IVhlle polltlcal favorltaa were beln| taken cara ?>r nnd tl.e elty money araa aquandered the atreeta of the Kast Bbie, arhere, on acopunf of congeatlon, t.1:. oughl to have recelved apeclal -are. arere allowed io go io veritahie rnin "i nsk anybody who bas aeen tho .11r (.t'liei t., *_j wne h hfl |r.ef*-rs the oM kind <.f arlministrali.iii M th*- kind that haa been la force fo. th*. last four reara." LUCE FAILED TO EXPLAIN Pass Giving Charge Led Bar Association Not to Indorse Him. "TtM Voters' Weekly," an organ of the fuetofl campaign, attrlbutea the Egflure <?f Itubeit I.. I.u.e. Tammany landidate for th* ' 'il v .'ourt, to get the Indorsement of tha Bar Amoctatlon to his faiiur* t() ?n awei aatlafactorily the eharaa that wiui*. actlng ai rapraaantaUva ut thr New York .'entral Rallroad he bnd given free rall? road tian-p". latlon tO public offl* lals in vlolation of the state constltution. The paper states that to eover his vto latlon of the law l.uce had the pas -h Issued ln others' names. The chargea were BOnl tO Mm by ihe Mar AssoeUtlon, which asked lhat he explain Io Ihe Ju dietary uanmlttea He did n*>t appear and lh>' uOmmlttCfl refused to Indorse hlin. COURT RULE3 ON BALLOT FORM. Albany Oet. tt, Namea of candldatea tor count) lodga appaarlng more than on. e on an election ballot must be print ed on the same horiiontal line. ao ordmg to i *|e. Islon hy the Court of Appeals to da>. Tbe <|iiestlon wns ratsed by Alfred E. Vaas. chalrman of thfl Klnga County Republlcan (.ommittee. 1 AGAINST 01 INTEREST Votes in Board of Estimate Were Opposed to Interests of His Clients, He Says. the JUDGMENT NOT SWAYED Extensions to Queens and The Bronx Would Have Aided Him, Yet He Opposed Them, He Declares. John Purroy Mitchel made last night a fUtl and frank statement whi.h Cleared i; a story that has bflflfl going the rounds for aeveral days?that the tirm of Mltehel .v Mullan. of whuh he is the s-nioi part? ner, had taken a f-e ?f $_.OnO from a cor? poration that would he bencfUed bv th extension of the subway system to i orona, I.ong Island. Mr. Mtt hei said thal hls partner. Mr. Mullan, had drawn a trust Indenture to MCUTfl hu lssue of bonds for the Queens corporation and that he had gone to Ku iope in an effort to float the bond Iss.e. He brought ou* ,ne **~t tbat while hls flrm had been engaged In thls work he had voted conslst-titly against the va? rious subway offers tbat included the ex? tension of the rapid transit system in Queens. He did vote to npprove the <on tract for the construction of the Queens i route, hut only In accordance with hl.. policy of voting for all th- .onstru-tion | . ontrae ts. that the work might not be de loyod. || was not the < oiWructlon to which he was oppose.1. but tbe propo^-d operating < OBtlBCtB Mr Mitchel deelared also thnt he had VOtOd against the Inlei?!>... ough's proposal w iu. b would hav- increaaed ka value some property he owns in The Hronx. Tammany "Gun" Spiked. Keports hav.* bei n iu circulation that Tammany aai about to aprlng ? "big Mory 1h.it would -how th- uiitltn-ss of Mi Mitchel to he MayOT. They be. ..me so ovf.nit.. reaterda) ns tn say thal Bd ward K Mcl'all would tell the "story" nl lh- ratllication BMetIng in Tammanv Hall .,, t iigbt. H- .--. ideritlv thought better -f :t However. ..s ti e ?l?iv fl a - iti ' ircula tlon, Mr. Mil'bei decided t" make a full statement. Th? entire conn-' rtiOfl <?f Mr. Iliti h.-i witb th- i.iatt. was mve In Julv hv Norman HapgOOd, William ia\ Bchleffelln end Henry Moehowlta "' th- fualon committee They aaa Mr. Mitchel, ami iu- eaplanatlon wa - thal th. -t...\ did noi ? "?."? Up at ? . -ting when Mi Mltehel ttha nr*nl n iti i f'i Mayor Mi Mlt< h< I ii ent follov i "Th- , barge thal iu nny way whatever i araa Influem ed, dlrectl) oi Ind n tly. :n favor of tbe Qi.-.-nsboro . oi | .??.,' "i is nbelly uatrue. Tbe luggefltlon that nn legal work for. oi t.-lattons wlth, that omp.in . or wlth any corporatioa or per* non, ever Interfered with or ln any way affecr.,1 my offlclal actlona or anv duty t., u,, >it) is equall] falae. The fa<-._ ?re theM Klral As to amploymenl i; ,. neboio i 'orporatlon -in the -losing daya of December, 19T>. , . ,4, Mnabore Corporation, whleh was a realt) company. eame to mv flrms law offlce -'I 'b- recommendatloa of an ac* rountant, Marvyn Bcudder, who had just been employed b> that compaay. The ompanj wlahed profeealonal aervlcei la th<- preparation nf ? trual Indeni ira ta ?eeure ? propoaed issue <>f bonda. This amploymenl wns accepted by m) ofti-e Mv law partner. Mr. Mullan, gevtaed and drea iius laatrument The work occu* i i.-.i m.ii.> montha mvelrtng conatanl iwnferencea witb tbe repreeentatlvea ol ? . ompany. caunael for banklni houaea in tin- country, and tbe repreeentatlvea ..i the Irual oompany whbh ulttmately eeted aa truatee The work uas pi rall) rinlehed In the late aummci ?>( mi Went Abroad to Sell Bondi. after teatlag tbe Amerlcan market for M.iiriti-s the company determined, be* cauae of bad conditiona here. t,, ittempt to plece us bond Im - flbroad it d-s!r.,i my partner, Mr, Mullan, te ?o abroad, but ultlmately it was decided that I rbould ko Inatead i wenl abroad on ,|,,|, y, t'.i; .md returned in tbe laet di .- ?,! geptember. "Th? bond laaue waa preeented M vari? ous Buropean bankera In London, Parla, Herlin ind .insterd.ini. nnd WBfl tin.illy tflntatlvH) accepted by a London houee, uhni aenl Ita repreeentaetlvi to Nea Vork ,n October, Itll, to cloaa the ar* rangflmenti Due to the dleturbaace of the London marhel follewiaa lhe Italian* .. h ?;u, tbe London houai cabled Ita repreeentattve here al tbe laet mo ni. nt November, IMI, abandonlni the un* dertaklni nnd the laaue fell through! TtiHl brought to an . nd tb- legal M I - vicee of ni) flrm tat th.- compan) la thi matter of thli bond leaufl The com* paaj bn remained ? .'lient of ihe offlce down to th? preaeal tlme. The corpora? tion was charged for eli of thli work, covfliing fllmoal ? reai the aum of |?.* imn ns H fee plui m'- n.iii.ii expenaai In Kurope in eonnection wlth thi bufllneei of ihe compaay, whbh amaunted to $-. |g| Tb- eeevlcei readerad wen worth, on lhe basls of lhe tisual ami ordiii.ii'?' feee charged In such eaaea, conalderably more than tha sum charged lhe cor* poration was al thal tlme, however. In ?orloui flnancial itralta and tne chargi irai mnde moderate ln rlee of its ...n.ii tlon "gecond Ai te thi baarlag of uli thlfl ,,,, thi rapul tiaiisit situation; '1 As to coiitra-ts u.-nerally. ?Krom the beglnning of the preaenl clty ?dmlntotratiea la Jaauary, i9io, i con* slstentlv urged th- construction of a new and aeparate system of aubarayfl with dty meney, eaclualvelj I argad con? struction immedlately ef an leettonA er ht.inches of such a subway svstem, nnd rn fiotlntlons for an operator whlle con itruethw wns under any. Opposed Interborough Offer. ? ln accordance wlth that polley I op? posed the inteibeieagh'a eaelualve eCer of [iecemher.1. MM When Mr. MeAn?B/i n*. chalrmnn Of ? conimlttee, of which 1 was not a m-mber. pr.-sented a report In favor of a dual subway svstem on .June IS, 1911. offering speclflc term". both to the Interborough company and to the Brooklya Knpld Transit I'ompanv. whleh I eonatdered to be falr. I voted to adopt th- report. "The Interhorough reje-ted thnt off'-r. blll proposed to undertake the operntion of h rapid transit syhtein in an offer mad- on July 19. IMI, Wlllch has com.- 10 I. known ns the 9 nnd 9 pei .ent offer. Mi. McAneny*! committee, of whl.-h 1 was not a member. recommended the ac ceptance of thls offer It extended rapld transll to Queens. hoth on the Queens e.x t-nsions and by way of the Htelnwav tun? nel. but, in uiy opinion, did not sufl.ci.nt ly safeguard the intereata of the clty ln Its deallngs with the company. "Every Queens Interest waa strongly in favor of Ita acceptanee. The Queensboro Corporation employed special counsel tO lapiuonnl ii? Ittteraata la this roapoet, it* lopiaoenlallra Mr. MacDougall, tteejueat* ly represented to me that a rejection of this offer minht mean bankruptcy to many Queens realty tnterests, incluillng the Queensboro (ompany. lf ever there was a time when a vote on rapld transit <*eemed vital fr> the Queensboro Coinpany it was on thls 9 and 9 per cent offer of the Interborough. As I have stated, I believed \.at offer to be bad from the cl'v's point of view. I voted against It. and it araa defeated by my opposition and my vote. "Thls was just at tlie time when the Queenabore ('orporation's trust Indenture had been practlcally completed. and when lt was ntiout to undertake Its bond lss'.e "There followed at the same meetini; of th.' Board **f Fstiniate, on July 21. ISU, an BWard for whlch l voted of a jreneral new auhway svstem, Includlng the Queens aml Brona rOUtea, to the Brooklyn Rapld Tranall Company. This left out the sicin v.'.-iy tunnel an*l was unsatlsfactory to the Queenobore corporatlon. ?'Followlng that VOta 1 went to Kurope, and was absent tlll th** end of Septem? ber. "As is nenernily known. deapite the \ote to award tho jreneral ayatem to the Brooklyn Rapid Translt Company, nego tlations were reopened wlth the Inter borOUgb company at the Instance Of Samuei Rea, then vl.e-presldcnt rrf the Pennoylvaata Rallroad Company, in late November, MU. lmmedlatel> followlnK the resumption of these neuotiattons f was taken slek wlth typhoid. an*l was absent from the Board of Kstlmate tlll Aprll H. 1912. By that time the negotla Jlons had matured into an understaniling betweea the Interb*>rou*;h company and the dty'a representattves. "On May 24. HU. Mr. McAneny pre senteal his report recoruniendlmr an award to tb" Interborough of those subways oriRlnally offered It Ofl term-* stated In that report. Th.s Included the Queens ex tensions and the Stelnway Tunnel. "Agaln the yueetisl.nro Corporatlon. in common with all Queens realty niterests. was a petltloner befora the Board of h>ti ntate for the adoptlon of this report. "1 believed the terms proposed to be Inadi itiate to protect the citv. i roted Bgalnat the acr-eptance of the offer. In doing so [ eaat 8 rota against the Inter ?f the Queensboro Corporation. Opposed Operat.'ng Contracta ' 1 ,lrr fn Operatlng contracts. "The Operatlng contracts with the Inter? borough Company and the Brooklvn Bapld Transit Companv' were finally p.e i r'-ii ,ir.i preeented for debate la Keb ruary, ir*tn. Every yueens interest was ii. favor of them. i oppooed ami voted ?-t them when llnally up for acUOB in th.- Board rrf Kstimate on March Ua 1818, fn. the aame reasons thal led ma to * p;ir ae thr McAneny report In the ptre-ced Ing Ilay. Bul th. contracta arera adopted that day againat my vote. tl to ? onstructlon contracta "\t the rneettng '>t luly tt, MU, the Board of Katimate, by a vote of '- ta J. tdopted the cotistriiction contrar'ts fOT aeveral Bectlon*- of the I.exinuton avenu. miIumc deapite the fa. i tbat operatlng ?< arere far from being ready for adr.r Uon I vote 1 for 'ho*,e construrlirui i ontl ar ts .in Oetober it. MS, ihe conatruetlon contract for tb.' Bronx Borough, Soutn ? rn Boulevard extension. came heff.re tlie Boanl of Eatlmate. Queena, through Its BorouRh Preeident, eppoaod its gdoption. The oporata?g eontractfl recomm?nded by Mr. McAnenv s committee were far from ready. "I had OPPOOed theae operatlng eon? tra* ls. aml it vv.is generally known tnat I proposed tO rote Bgalnat them. But I roted for the Bronx COlnstruction COBtl-Ct, in Bcoordanca arlth mj general declared polley ot constructlon lirst anrl BegOtia* tloii during con'struition. thus followlng the precedenl eatebttahed by the v.-t.- of ti;.' Board ol Datlmate in July, I9ii. in ,i,? caaa Of the LaaSlngtOn avenue exten BlOfl ? in Pebruary. IMIa arhlle dehata arag llng eonca rning tha dual ?; ? contracta. the Publlc Bervlce Cotnmleaion approved and aenl to the Board of Batl raote the conatruetlon contracta for the Queena extenalona to Corona and Astorla. Mi. McAnenv. t't hla commHtoo, eoa tended that pending ai tion on the operat? lng ? ontrai ta. theae w*e_?u_ctlon contracts ahould ba held up. This was eontrary to tha precedenl eatabllahed ... tiie i ase of the Lexington avenue and tba Bronx con* Btruction contracta. it waa eontrary t.i mv de,'lared ann known rapld transit policy. i propoeed to vote for them, uiti mately, Just as i propoeed to vote, and dld votea againat the operatlng contracts b hen flubmltted, "Therefore, aa ln ihe caaa <>f the Lea* IngtOB avenue and Tlie Bronx constiuc lion contracta, i roted, as did thr- Pred denl of Queena, for th*a Queena cenatrui - tion contracta They were lald over. however, a couple of w.cks until a" ?lueatlonfl relatlag to the operatlng eon t BCtfl bad (een BOttled to Mr McAnenv s -itlsfactlon. and they were th.n adopted by unanimous rote "From Jhis it must be plain tbat no rota by me on operatlng contracta was it, md of the interest of the Queenabore Corporatlon, aa ll than aaa Ita Ihteraat it must i>e equall. plain thal ao dealre t., .issist tbe Queensboro Corporatlon ln flucl.ced mv vote for the Queens COn* Btruction contracts. iu* that vote not only w.ut hgad in hand wlth my adverse rotea on the operatlng contracts. bul " was ln BCeard with my known nnd I'.i.i ^lstent rapld transit policy, i epeatedlv and publld] d.'ilaie.l. before tbe (Jueens boro Co-rporatlon ever retalned my Brm. "I may also add that ev'irv on.- n( them v,,!..**. includlng that for tbe Bnmx South? ern Bouleverd extension. araa Btrongt] .icaiust mv own peraonal intereata Pree tnallv tbe onlv property of wlibl. I am uuaaaaafld conetata of some vacant lots nnd three -.tnall prlvate hntises along Webster avenue. in The Bronx, bOtWoea l/ordham and <;.in Hlll Roarl. of a value ,? ., p| roximalely ?J",.?*f>. a* quired through Inherltance. "BBCb Interborough offer. aijalnst whlch i roted, contalned provision for the ea* tonalOfl "1 elevate.l rap.rl transit to this ,H,trir t by a line along Webster avenue to Qun MUI Road The real estate men tteetfld haa hou dead fo. yeara. Nothing COUld K.ve it llle or rei?B but this line. Bvery rote nsalnst an Interborough offer was a vote Bgalnat doobl?*g the value of mv own property. "The voies for ihe Queens constructlon contra<Ms and for The Bronx Southern Boulevard subway were also advoraa to my own peraonal intaroata gg each wouid hava rBrtended rapld transit to a a-ompet Ing district while denylng it ta my own propert v. \i\ peraonal Interata bave not a_ected ,?? judgment ar acta m roapoet to transit matters. "Mv tth ial acti'T. is matter of publlc reeord II cannot be altered nor can it b*. mistonstrued. M) votes are open in reepoet Of every proposition. Every one nt them was clearlv ln the public Interest nnd ohviouMy untoUlueneed b> any prtvat? interest. whether my own or that of any cllent." I NOT TAMMANY BRAND Fusion Candidate Declares That if Elected He'll Be Mayor of No Party. CHALLENGES M'CALL AGAIN Calls Upon Tammany Candidate to Give Definite Plan for Im proving Port Facilities? Littleton Raps Sulzer. "If Tammany Hall and its 'boss rep? resent Democracy, th-n I am not a Dem? ocrat." said John Purroy Mitchel at a large DaaaflCtatifl mass meeting at Cooper Unlon last night The candldate decided. iad the audience soemed to agree with him. that Tammany did not represent the party Mr. Mitchel's asser tion was In answer to the recent attH'k Whleh Representatlve Fitzgerald made upon him In the lower house at Washing? ton. "I greei you to-night as a Democrat, *; said the fuslon candidate for Mayor. "and 1 am not an Irregular Democrat either. j "You have heard of Mr. Fitzgerald. a rongressman from Hrookl>n, one of tho 'DflUnonleo Kight.' You have also heard. no do Ibt, ahal he has said about m. Democracy. i say to you to-ntght that 1 am a betler Democrat than he la or anv of his Delmonleo associates.' That y<?u are here to-night ls proofi enough tbat you protest against the aoA called Democracy flf Tammany Hall and the Democracy of Us leader. Charles F.j Murpby. "Tammany Hall has always held itseir out as representing D. mo, ra, y ln thls clty and state I say to you that Itl prlnoiples, Its thoortflfl <>f government, Its belief ln the government of thls dty and of this Btata, by contract, by graft, by political poll nnd by debauchery at the, polls is onpose.J to every dOCtltBfl andj t.net of Democracy and the Deeaoeretiol party." Mr Mitchel toM bis audience that Tam* many had b.en blMed and booed bv Dem-1 OCratfl from all patis of the country at | thi conventlon in Haltimore Thp candldate, In ending his speech, de-j Bled that tie had an> Intentlon of !ead-j Ing ? tight far I new Democracy !n thlal clty tf hfl Wflre elected Mayor. "I shall I go into offlce, if i am elected." be said. ??with no partlaan purpose. 1 should hk. to Ml I aelf reipectlng Democracy grow lip here. hut II must he done by other handfl, for If I ara Mected I shall be the Mayor of no group or party." Mr. Mitcbei'a apeecti at Cooper t'nion nai the third in a alde, sweeplng tour, ahlch induded tbe lower end bf Manhat? tan and a dash into Queens. His flrat Bppearance was at ? labor meeting tn the Murra) HUI Lyeeam. Tfcnothy Heaiy. fualon candldate for Coroner, assured the audience thr-- Umci thal " ?Oovernor' Sulzer was the be*t 'lovernor thfl State Of New Vork ever had." From the labor meeting the speaker rared to i*;tH street and T'nion Sqmre West. where he spoke to a large audience at the N'ew York Toung Republican i'luh. He sal.l here that Murphv and Mc'..'! had BB constructive programme. "Eeon? omy and retrenchment" maaat nathlng, he said. Ullleafl backed with details He challeng-d McCBll to give a dennite plan for thfl improvement of port fa-ilities. As he was spe.iking fl Tammanv parade bnomed down the street behind the blare of "Tammanv." The BMUrChfltfl nnd their' band halted dlre, tl> b-for- the door of the meting an.l pttl ,\ deal of fervor at d ' vatume In their MeCall musi. and -heers. "That band " said Mr. Mit-hel. "Is probably paid for by Tammanv pbmder." 1 MBrtin W, I.ittleton. who was one of he speakers at the < "ooper t'nion meetina. ! had little use for Sulzer. although he d* fended the r.volt against Tammanv. "Sulzer. | Mlected agent of Murphv un? der ? syst-m of prtvatel) run gavflrr.* ment." he said. "got the slmple big head and wanted more pow-r as Murphv 'fl agent. nol in onler to HIBlM Ihfl govern-' ment better, but to make hims-ir more > powerful In it. "Murphv put hlm "Ut. not bOTflUBfl ho wa- nnffl fee Governor baoauaa MuraugrJ knew be was 'inti' arhen he put him in -[ OUl because Sulzer'* hlg head Interfered aith Murphy*! uadlaputed leadership." Mr. Mitchel then contlnued on ta Pub? lic School ITT. in Rldge wood; to Kx.mpt' Ftremea'i Ball, tn Oaom Park, and to flt., Mary'i Lyceum, Jamalca, Al aach place; kfl aal Cheered Bor manv minutes The ... ,. rariation in his earlier bpeeeh was 0u thi lubjeel of rapM tranett, and Mr. Mitchel said that Mr McCBll was respon sibb- for the delay In the Steinway tun? nel artery "He hfl* ' i it tip f'T nine month'. " said thfl fualon candldate, and lt seema atranae to me that In view of thls he ia conetantl) harping oa what he mt. nd* to do for the betterment of transit ..mdl tloni here it hl is elected. Doflfltt't he r-.ili/.e thal in his present position he haa the reall) big opportunlty to give you the kind of servic- vou want and fleodf Doesn't h- know that th- Public Servic* Commiaaeoa oaa erder ani haaM oa thes* improvements and thal lfl M.ivor hs would BOt have tbe same fr?-ed"m and power? ??1 would stiggest to Mr M.i'all that he take h ride through tbl> bOTOUgh on vour cars and bring hls dlstlngulsbed "<-hlef wlth him. so that ln whatever he doe.- he .an have the approvai ot that BBgBBt persotiage " M-ntlon of the niimes of McCall and Murpby provoked ? chorus of TflBOB" each time. Time Your Relief rlrom Constipation ?v r OU are conitlpated. Toa Y waat quick reUef. Dont go around all day wlth a headeche, heavy dragglag feel? ing, had atomach, ato A bu_i_.fl.fl man wlth lots of dutlea needa a healthy mind and body. Dont waete a day ofjour Ufe. Tak* .j glais of HU-CTADI JAH0B WATEI the natural -.axatlv* ln the morning or at any tlme on an empty etomach?watch tha clock, arlthln one hour or ao your bowela wlll move gen tly and your* relloved. Oet a bottle at any Drug atore today.