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BY PRIMARY LAW Politicians Uncertain How to Straighten Out Com? plicated Situation. SENATORIAL RACE A CONFUSING ELEMEN1 Republicans Will Pick Man of In. tegrity. Sa>?? EUraes ?Osborn Fears National Issues. to ho* ? ' ' 111 The part ? ? ' ?or: ? ; cans and Dem ?. Calooal him.-?'. Senatorial kace Confai Another I] .... -as compl?cale?! ' . ' ? . ? ? acre - ?te a.-: ? for Goven Frr I ? -' ? - '.ivemor. - v ')otr. I W. Wadswortr. -ertat.ve '? I ?urity. have hei?n entere'? - -tr ?.nation race nf W* e? been ineiined o?e from H in man in Um ran day?. On the c ? - hooir far an . - i.oversor ha*? boer. ??lowed I | nated by '? - ?east ha? dor.? S, rep upstate lea - - r-rvfe. Whita ?.an. - the ol ' rnr- ent - f leaders eonld take ' - . .-? ? ? do it at I the same Filan' ra el ?tue ?? ?.rinou.ieed. - - t'hcreh Osborn. the refera Democrat i? State ' asked yesterday to jrive their 1 the situ?t.on. Denjocrats fnr Glynn. "The Democratic pari reBonnnst* C< ? Rape mu?*, bah. last thrt-e and msthiiij ?"?.rolled ?' ? Te ?anden i ;: to impr H?tioa??Te!t thaa theiT ? , ?Btn???il and rder dentidJ candidao i - irtabernator-al oftca. "The EerublcaT?.. whe serried the c--' ???c ce rata i 7a, onq a lusines thorts ? ? ? - \h:c'. ' r? ?i York thai ' I ? \ recast mi i ? ? ? ? of uncen ? - e new | i ticket. *R ' ? -. in the ? repT ' Njrtional Issues ' .trtor. ' v men it ? t ? .in my more to be ? ? E ? ? ? .... ? rship should be In man Barr.?? believes tha' I j lited into running fir it il ? a ted. ? es. SUFFRAGISTS PLAN MOVE ON LAWYERS Downtown Republicans and Democrats To Be Visited This Week. - ? ? - . - ?. - : Tile ? ? -??er- amendaaei ? - : -?(!, ? nrolled mem rk. urce upon i . ' ? ? ibraittm* an Df womai _1__ TRIBUNE AIDS CHILDREN TO SEE CITY FROM 600-FT. TOYVEF Six hundred feet above the level of the streets is the ob servation gallery of the Metropolitan tower. Madison av. am 23d st_ From it the whole vast city and its historic surround trig country? can be taken in at a glanct. The New York Tribune, believing that this view will b< of material educationa1 value to the children of the city, wil enable thern to understand something of its vastness and wil stirrulatr them to thoughts which may prove later of value tc themselves and their dt>, in addition to affording them a tem? porary pleasure, has made it possible for every child in thf aty to visit the gal!' - In The Tribune to-day is published the rirst of a series of coupons. By presenting this coupon and 10 cents any child sixteen years old or under is entitled to visit the observation tcwo- There .* only one condition attached?children must be properly chaperoned. Bjt a single adult is permitted to look after as many as ten child The regular charge Ujx admislion to the gallery is 50 cents The Tribune, in the interest oi the children, has arranged for the nominal charge through the courtesy oi the Metropolitan Lotie I murar ce Company. vTfte IXeto t)orIi tribune Metropolitan Tower EDUCATIONAL COUPON Good for Week Ending July 11, 1914, Only, BstWet? daal Fours of 10 .irirJ 12 A. M. . -, i ? ' Observation GaiJery of the Metropolitan Tower M*??.-- s ? rann ? Kf J7 If I - '? CLIP THIS COUPON TO-DAY Brill w i ? o ? I i WHITMAN FAVOREl DESPITE COLON! District Attorney VYoti Win Easily Were Pri? maries Held Now. MANY DESERTIONS IN DEMOCRATIC RANI Industrial Depression Cast Many Chances in County Enrolment Listv - - \. V . .! . . ' : ? ? Uto i the Bj consider .:? h?i*. e ??-. -? ?.ipstati ? .luring the last w-'? ? ' ? Sei ' ? indidal -, Larga n ? ? nail the u manes, and '. ? Bi : to be the on ? - - ' ? ll\V CO ? I ouch ' It? - ' . ' I : Bmr ? torsi . ? . rth and 1 " Amo any, have h. see. Hinman Urged to Run. ' ? ?'..?? ' Gorernor. So fa ? ? : is be? . ?or an ? I ?? tor Senat Root wou ? t to SUCCI . ? - ? ,- ? .. Governor 'ha ? ? I ?<) ? .\?'/r', - f? ? ?A hitaun I'.)???rite. Th? taken a? ley th? - ? ? ware. Saratoga, Wan ihingtoi Wen ? ! ? m I ? sppei ? maries to I ' In ?? ;.re beard I eipi - i ? for i ?????. ? P . but on t ? i there i I -.;,?? - Republican*. an?d ? ir?- opposed to miiK-nj ??ry i to the Pre ? evelt or i ? ? . ter whs* In mo?t ? ho take that ?ir.- eoaati d as Bai ? o ? An equal number of the mor? ? ? -ans run brougl ma ^"<i<\ K> pubiica ?? Gorernor i ? ,!l nm phat..- it they a ??? v. Onondaga for I ait)'. In . Fren?is Handricks, etc Dl Insurance, the .>.' ?ranii r of i tnond ? "-. tail t i"- '? man." l-.rm?r Governor Hume Vvln' .'.?? thinks tune--' publics to notainat? ? ounty ha? been a h? ; and many of tt'. leas promine:,*. Kepubl there i like . Republican ',"< ? '.mpanit;- . . ^ l'r -: n r. ??? \. o>r I then ? - ? . Progr? ? ? ? although ai . ? wba ? ? li ,,ii. . becau <?? of whai erd la tka ? i ,,,?. ?,,.. Albany Kepobli? ? mi? agree? taa! i? '"''' 'h?1 argaaiaa? ?nvr>- is under orders te -keep off" and not work for any can ? They say il Ml of the Barns men tl late ara foi look upon ? most pop aoslbla late, ind I of any "m ?tmctioas ironi beadtjaartei l . tiens bar? . an headquarters ? nid thai no oi ? ? be? ing urif? .1 ' i that lie?, Hiniaaa. I ? ' i <o, , Milnal any posit on ..' the Krpubhran ticket ,f ?j#al there will I? plated m Uta AI t bsny County Republican headquarters I R?'S M F.MO "? S ' have ? ? ? ' 1 Many Democrats Dissatisfied. ?airic rt-port? ?.>,. the "i . , ?ne Glyni trat I ? factor .' cam?? ? mother ? '? tory t. me they havi : ? Roptiblirat i 'i . Is far a? it can \x I Kant York and Syracuse, aloi ? ? .. ? ? ? . g ?m o t.n:?'. ?. .? ?'? In the General Electric rorks , the Amer.'an !.?.? Seher," tail;', in which abou* 2 rtnailv ?m| in-? been la"! r ? - are on part tim?. ... ? ? ? ? - it 78 WANTS WILSON TO INFORM BUSINES Chairman McCombs Ask President to Outline Policy to Country. an f Met stabs, ehi ? la a I that .'" and t!i ?vi th? H')i. ? . ? dt-rt m I _" Th? ehairn ?' a-? ? ?' ,if *ii nation*1 leg at un i i roaasnrc basines? ?.:.?? eenld ee ahi ad aa tbemaalvaa to th?- conditions to ?? even before a?i.lournn ? "Mach dise?a ac?? s ? ahou I bo 1 rt? - i Mr Mel omhj "\,i on? cari ??' ubt that continuous ?lii ? important ? tend to Domooratie m?j?i i i thoroughly in their pe* ?r tin. ? -j ri. ??Ha srt sjenen meB?ur,- arc to be passed. tir?*ly peaaihle t?. aeri ? upor tne form of th,-se measure*, in tnn' etrent th? Betnal time of na???.*?? ol aril] not be af mneb ennao?, ? .,.-,? th?- country ena adjnat . bappee before ' ? ?h*. aaaaion. The Domneral f alive te t .and I am sara that Bothing will to impede the orderly i rocedure "There have been difference? .:i the party a? to lefrieletrv? meaanri ajnite natural. .Nothing thu? 'ar ha? happened te render the part,- a laaa cohesiva unit. Generell*/ sea ! can i-ee no reason wtt; there ?boni 1 nut be a Democratic -< fnll. party has IhereUfnly <lemon?tr?*e.| m to aeeempl ih thing*, con? strue*". ? " ? Assailant of U. S. Minister Pardoned by Cuban President II?.an?. Ja - i Pre i? at Mi ? ? t iib?n journalist ?rbo in A . 1812, ? ? ? ' ?ed te tare j-, l ? h..i* voars' inipri '.o'lment for a?.a lluali S. ??ni?on, th??n charge d'afl af the Am? rlaaa ideation her-. Mean | is to be released Ister to-day. WARD'S "INDIAN" GUARDS RIS GRAVE Sculptor Mei.iorialized by Gift of His Widow to Birthplace. lalj i I (,,' A ? :.me home - ? ' kdams Ward ? ? - in Urbana. ? un June z pre plies i men H inter" teristie red in i ' p rk. ? ?- was on New York. ? .? ? , pre? ' r*'a:ia on . I i hymn i ? '-inked Wr. Pine Arts Fed ? . ? I - ' ' ... ? ' V*. ..r?: and oftei their . the Sorti ? ' . r:tr\ men, .. ' ? ?-? ere per ? ? ? 1! W Ii ? ? M. SIos B< .-i.! J. . FIND M?PFHY GOAT IN MITCHEL SHEEP WesteheMer Moose Puzzled Be? ta; sc Tammany Man Has Fat Fusion Job. ? ? .im how 1 -, .1. Wkiiii, -.;e Tammany boss up I : fusion itiin ? itral ? ounsel 1'olk, hand!.' proceedings ' ' ' - ! irs *he ? Beaudriai has I ? lan F v'erel I A I? n I, of Yon . aiter Johns. ii .? goinjf to learn the tl I . ? no claim upon : ???r, for hi . ? . th? Tama tain his ter ut tiie .rpose :? Mit Bru . on ?'ouii?el e to I harles F Murphy, when he was Mayor of Yon snd is aadei - boss's - m Ierra! a.) When the mat-. d 'o Cor on ?ounsel Folk's attention he ? ' . make a statement. How H ?m admitted at his office that the arnointment of Beaudr-.as could h. ? : and lemabody else ? .; . ? :? ?'___ \ ilrcssj?. toat*. Salts. *>klrt-, Uiriet? mi'ilrrnte prir* LANE BRUNT. <"> ?tit Jilt) :t R.1 _ t. . ?? r SCHEDULE OFBUSINESS HOURS DURING JULY AND AUGUST; 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. On Saturdays the Store will be closed all day. 1. Altaran & (?n. *ttmi^t^tm*'*^^Sti^**<iti^^^?*l*+^?*t*n**?*l Timely Sales o? Summer Merchandise For TUESDAY, Julv 7th An Exceptional Offering of Women's Summer Dresses has been prepared, which will present, at very special prices, an en? tire new selection of smart models Eeatur:"g '" "- -2:^ s." cottea fabrics In all-white as well as in attractive color combinations. Dresses in seven ?s and a variety of cotton and ?inen materials at.$6.75 Dresses of white vo?e (long yoke tunic mode.), with collar, cuffs, vest ai of white pique; and Dresses o? two=toned checked crepe, with collar, cuffs and vest of embroidered batiste . . each $9.75 Redingote Dresses (a late model) 0? white ratine . . at 13.50 Dresses of maHne ?ace, trimmed with chiffon and taffeta, . at ? 6.00 Also Separate Cotton Skirts ttine of pique ??? ith pocket atine voile, v. .. vie at 52.75 at 3.75 sa numbe 's season's High-cost ?ses, taker .he regular stock and marker at appreciably need prices. ll-;;.artment on the Third Floor) Also for I UESDAY, July 7th A Special Sale of Women's Summer Blouses has jeer. arrange . g of a number of this season's styles in .. - ?Blouses m 1 -. These will be marked, in ?infer ta ..... . . e very low prices of -50, 52.45, 53,25 t& $5.50 SALES FOR TO-MORROW (T10NDAY) An Important Sale o? Su m mer Capes and Coats ' ?? wes ?- ? ? -? s at - wing p 'ices : ?SergeCi ?. specif ure -- id. le latei Esonapf over sleeve - at $9,75 ? . - 3 ue, . ? at S 10.75 5,25 Special Prices will be qt id 01 1 - : f discof foreign an'. : Coats ins for Summier wes 10,000 Yards of Summer Cotton Dress Fabrics Di?>-iSe ?_?.<.. - ?a.--- ^.*~>^ Lengt ? comprising s. ?----? weaves and be ered at . ~ ig greatly . ucee : rices: 3-Ouse Lengths per yard . . . 12c. to 50c. ess Lengths per yard . ? 32c. to 75^. Women'sReady-tc-Wear Ds-V: '7 Picor ?:. .... "/ Values are bi offered in the g : Women's Summer Silk Cresses compris. enchF White Washable Habutai, Natural-tone Shantung Pongee and Fancy Tub k Dresses . . at SI7.5C Women*% Misses' ft Children9! Summer Riding Habits c - r r <-?. Women ary Cape anc Basqueare ?Je ".Dresser at exceptional prices. The Dressmaking Dep't Thlrc ; 1 Women's Cape Suits, Basque and Redingote Dresses, Evening ?said Afternoon Gowns, Dancing Frocks and Dinner Dresses, Tailor-mace Suits and Riding Habits Made to Order from the latest models at s~ec:a. between-seasons prices. FREE DELIVERY OF MSRCH.4NDJSE-?AH Charges or Paid Pur* ?ses will be forwarded Free of Charge by mail, express or Sreight, to points w: 3 miles of New York. "~-" The services der Department are at the disposa* of out-of-town patrons. ?htr?ij fourth fctrrrt ?ftftb AllftlU*, ?X?UI IJork . ?>ttB?.fi?I| *trre.