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Ends life in U. S. Jail Germa". Arreated for Leaving gfStiictrd /.oui-, Came Hrrc on Submarine I ,... || .;. itheld ?tiguart af tke I marliM Deateeh Ba ' mata on th. thnt craft. fommutnl dat] l-a hanp m ri- iBBfriaa?d as an ... .n-\ Hc waa nrrcatc! 1\ tiaa Aoa-aaf . v "?' ?*?? tatt* \ ra m Genaaar. e .ter part ef 1 ? ?' " . thi Dkinn after \*e ??-\ -, i here Ihe ? | aad Vt ft < I CHISA&9 LPiW.TED Lfi4f Naw V ?,. 2 P M.VD..L. & ITJtJt.) \ bcaio 2 P. M. (M. C R. R.) | M ! . Plairl * Cor. Wai! Sl. Brn.d- " Park Pl. ?aj ? 28th St. '? 42dS?. BV?r, 505 Fulton Sl. Safe TTUlk V for Infanti and Involi_*? HORLICK'S Ttil ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Rith n Ut, mi *e \ grain, in powder form Tor ,r.:.?.a-.= in?a,..J'a.'.-JBrov.-ing child.cn. Pure nutr.:on.v:pburlding tbe vt hole bodv. Ifltrkoratei b ibui Baothara ue theaged. ?j0.e . Uaaa tea. coffee, etc. '. RequiiwaDOCOokiDg, SaUitntei G>sl VOU Same Price Fruits ?preservea inSummer reduce cost of ?THE FRUIT "Sweeten it with Domino" Granulated. Tablet. Powdered, Confectioners. Brown So!Hm2and5lb. ctrtitni and in S. 10. 25 and ._ 50 lb cot- r*-*2 ?on baj;i. j. "_' ??=51 2;j&?. Sugar *! I Granulated eaftnlnf Co4Tipau? Soapbox Finding, Baring Weak Law, Is Filed by Jury Presentment Reveals Street Orators as Skilful Evad ers of Statutes Judges Called Lenient Investigators Decidc Magis tratcs Should Display More Vigor Against Sedition I ?*:*...?? Konta, foreauia of tlu- reg irj ii veatigatiag eoapboa ry, baadad up yeaterday to Judga Mclntyre, in (ieneral Session-., the diaeuaaed preaoatment which Dia t a Bf ii ? and Jndfe Mcln? tyre agreed ahould nol he Died I ?' <'u h upon thc infirmity of the Iae ? Mtorney had *;i eablaaran to Berlin" nnd a do< umi nl thal araa equh bulleti n the bai ka ol oui '? ? nce." Mi Int] r? aaid he would re* ? * i t waa nol aimed ? | ? ??? g lh.it had already i>a*- * late in ? oui utteraneea. Tho document covered eighl eloael) type - After rehearsing Judge cl wherever - .ii ?(*, wai ranted, l ha preaeal ment declares that thc ginnd jury faeea b lack of "concrete inatancea of abuse of free ipeech thut would help un to determiaa our attitude on the quea ? ? (all Orators I.aw Evaaefl Continaing, tha preaeatnenl aaya: "From reporta of theae toapbox spoccl.e- a- publiahed ia tho preaa ?'. ia deal that thc makers of theae spoeches aro attempt ng to evade their r?- ? - ai abusers of the right of frea speeeh, They praach aedition, yet they ang tage - to aelecl pi they may j i . * -: . n clever * Thev r, bell on to ted au .. . . nd it ??? ii they havo of y are ma Thej apeah in ? ? torn-.s. ["hey nre diiturberi of our communal peaee. l* i the reault they ice on idle mind* that ia dan ? y aro v.rt . * iratOl I . ? ng of tha ? be nation. ent for thair . preaentment p< . ? ' ? .. . ... |.- . ... . na 1 ? ..-?.. . which "thej .vo re ? nnuand i ? to jail for alleged r?d* ? Believe Magistraf***-. Are I.eniont "May lt not he a--ked." it rooa OT*., "in the?e times of w;.r. if tbe Cll istrntes havo not failod to pertorm their duties to the eommunity0 v> e are living no longer rn timea of peace I m th dangi r? wit ??. ( are face to 1 piraeiea and ] bli i * ? r, with ? ; and nefai ?u. plots r . -;onal exiatei ll uch to V.opo that our magiatratea ? .. ?o a higher conception of duty and proceed boldly to an -. ? . ion of the ip i * ol tha law Which a and for all will effectually ot the canceroua growth which | our recent Itfol eve t'ne magiatrates . jor. We believe thi * ? ? should pn ? ice rull and Wa are mindful of ear and ? oquent in nnd whenever evidenee ia lead we aro prepared to ac* " .ttorney Swann anr.ojncerl that 1 e had aseigned As aiaUnt Diatriet Attorney Neilaon 01 cott son of former Diatrici Utorney William M. K. Olcott to pn irderly conduct * ? x grand jury. The work has arge ? *' \* ':' Diatrici j VIcKim Mlntoa, jr., who : bv Diatrici Attorney Mr. Minton will atill, how ave i ' ral aupervialon of the sub.irc-. Moore Aeceeta Swann "I believe that Mr Minton I Intely indeper.dent of politiea, hut he Demoerat.*1 said tha Diatriet At ?? ewhat teatlly last -Mr Olcott la a Kepublican ar.d wu* appoint! ? : D trlet M rney Perklna. .... . . hava been made In 1 ' *v t,v "** new?' napers If they can tind any politlei -.? 0f Mr. Oleott they are welcome to john I?. Moore, national aecretary o ihe Priendi of Irlah Freedom, who is undor arrest for diaorderly eonduct al a ..-root meeting in Wi rhirty-w ernor Whitman to inveatigate D Swann'a conducl of tl e grai ?' m of aoap boa oratory, ., hia card yeaterday, bul equeal him I * re offered to waive im room Moore a :. tric! attorney Swana nra! "Judge Swann. why aro you <o nnx tried by a n agii * at< nt to soo me railroa led to jail? | want to he tr.. d by a jury. ' ? ..-,-; : the Diatrici Attorney, l for the grand jury to decide." eman who were v. tneaaea at ?,--'* I to taatil jr will nue to-day. Cpening Sale of the Season Sale To-Day, 2 P. M. To-morrow and Friday, FIFTH AVENUE -.? cg%T AUCTION ROOfllS A Lai ?? I--? rtaaeal of SERVICEABLE Home Appointments I,., ri??l from K?l?le. A liultvldn-U Comprlalag ia part ihiaga for every depart ? ' ? , | .r. -Id, Including , 0(id Chalra, Daveaporta, eta, 1 ablea, aeveral Piano-, . ..:.g a Hardman Auto-tone 1'layer in t:ne condition; Oil Pa ? nga, Kuropean Porcelaina, Hrasn Bedateada, Baddiag, ta, Oi aatal Rug-*, M Electroliera and many othei ob* eta of otillty. HENRY A. HAP.TMAN. Auefr. Enemies Within Special Appeal of Disloyal PropagaUldifltfl Ifl to Industrial Workers to Convince Them War Was Made by Capi talists to Kxploit Them T I'oprr i' t. propajcandists ia to claas feeling Thay pm-.t eolumni on eolaaini of itafl calcelated to nuke tha indastrial work ira fool that thi- coutitry w.nt into tl.o war a.nly to make them ..uffer. The following examplc ii from thfl \.. ? Mir. a Kua.Hian tap. i pahlifll <?.! in Kaw Torh! "ln tho laat ' tha' war Indaatry bai aat iata Ihfl baehgraaad all ather kind' ef indaatry. Mill liona, of mi ?. wotaen and chrlilr.il are baay manafaetnring i iflei. ganfl, flhella aad othei weapona, inal rumenl i of rnurdei I he pi edue l i", of Bflefnl. tu'i. taarj produel place to t'na' production <>f mui deroui nsaromenta. Thfl BBtraunl< iion kingi heap up billiona. Hut it li nol enough f. r them. Thay want nioro. "The more tbe wealtb of tho rieh . ? ? the more miaerj and suiT.nng incn ? c l I ' xploitat ion of ? .; ha reached during the wai h.".ght<a never before imagined Tha rnment comei t.. tho aaaiatance eapitfl ta, br< aking iti ? ? proteeting tho capitalii I in his op preaflion of tho worker, Miaking thc worher a ilave. ir, until tho wnr, the capitalial gave the worher 'uat what waa Beceiaary to maintain tha plan. a i living, now, in tinio of wnr, tha | worker curns much Icai than before 5u that he mull live liko an animal. Tho eapitaliel and the government backing him, with the preai ia Ita r-or\ ice and -Bl rch, toll thc worker that i1 mual ba ao, thal ho niu.-t sti.rve, for onr eountry war, and everybodj must lacriflce <>n the altar of the country. ".Millions of workers aro bleeding on tho battleflelds. <Hher milliona are itarving t.> death, wh'le the war ?uporprofitfl flll tha of thc mastera of life. Thfl worher haa to pay foi tl I war. Some da) tho th.in det ef the gni j will itop, b if tena ef years afterward tho eppreiied, the j poor claiaei, will itill hava jo pay i from their earningi thfl loans and the j ? -? ? -. the loar.a tha; government foi ahe of the war. ? laved "he worker and Ir. n and hia grai lJ.iper C\ilis War A'Bloody Adventure ln another of its erTorts it s&y?: ii. this time, when that lufferiag claiaei <,f 'he Am. riean public.break II lor thc Iturden of the wnr, he gin to ra againat 1 who eaused ;*-. official America ar.d all traitera inrreunding h< r, who be i the causo ef tha working cah-i t, aii making i?? "ry i i deavor te convince tle worker of the 'holiness' .??' ?? ? bleedy adventure s'arted hy the capitalilta. In the bourpooia pn (i and in tho 'pati ? ? tinga, in the iegiilative bediei and ir con i ? | eni ef wertara' delegatea, in factor iei and unions, everywhera ap? pear new 'benefactora' of the work theii leaden <h> every g in their power to betray thf ,\ '? ?? r ii aa , ? etariat to the party whose ntereat nrr 'ust oppoaite to own. It ii plain that they do lt for a dirty and dop!orab> j-.r: Tnkirc as its text tho fight in I'on grei for a higher tax on war protits, ? i Wovi Mir iay Whitman Refuses Aid To War Objectors Legal Aid Bureau Had Com plained of Improper Treat ment in Draft (iovornor Whitman refuflflfl te takfl any action on Ihe comolainti of con ^cientious objectors that thej were im properly treated by local draft bonr.Is. Tho .. to hundreds tne Burea i of Legi Firat Aid. 70 Fifth Avi nu<. i hese complainti erere that boards had refuaed to furn I I arho wi bed to a-laim exemption: that men who claimed exemption not only were refuaed the prh lege, but, ia lome ii itaneei, "wera offensively an.l bru tally treated," and that cla on on grounds <>f "have been denied with obi ? IN plying to these eh;.rt,'c?. Got i Whitman wrote: ??I he work and tram an Bl*n ' <*0'' muat be to pro work to a .- uccesaful termini after tho laat quota te be furnished hy ?hc State of New York haa been ilized, yoa dc ire to mak? ? forma ehargei againat specific local boards, then these ehargei will receive rai fu! COI i' ?"' ' will bc made to thfl Prei enl the present time luch | i would praetically stop i boards in N'ew York City, cannot be e-.-i-n con idered until lhat result ii accompliahed. ?? . . . Wfl are now flngagl ! *? the lerioui buainen of pr.: ?? . for wl at promiaei te war. If we do aot inrimed ra ae a>. nrmy ? ? fly be forced to fight BB Am II ican Bail to dofend our homes fron. tha invaeion ef a relentlesa foreign pow< r an ! Bl ? *''" r \cu nor 1 CI ?umc the responsibility of hindering ln tl.e slightest degree the work of select. ing that army. 1 truel thal you flrill not miiunderataad my peaition, but I must decline at this time to make any mo\e which would hinder the ,!-"irii . ? th. National Anay " Cincinnati Muzzles Nearing Police Ordered to Prevent Pacifist Meeting i IM IN'NATI. Sept Ifl! Scott Near? ing. ef Toledo, will not apeak ..* I ei tyal Turner Hall next I(ning, ai Soeiallfltl intended he ihr-uld ? olice reeeived or.-ers te-day te pra vtnt Nearing delnering fau addresa "Tho American nation did not want tha wnr. hut tha aaaae beaaera and maaafacturera waa had startod the War fire in Kurope druggcd America mto the eataelyaBI. And now the na tion inu t pey foi the crime iacited hy tha Morgana, Rockafellera,Schwabi i.nd atbera, kmgs of tin- iadaatrial and linancinl truata in Amc.-nu Having atarted tha wai fnr their ? ?>-. intereata, they turaed ull their attention to Ihe end that not they l.ut the aufferiag ela-.*<s ahould glva their aaaacloa, nervea and Ino- to maiataia it. With tha eodperatioi of tho;r reprcaeatativea ia Coagi aad th.- gavernmeal theae patriotic blaekmailera loch np thoir revi i und rapaeioualy aeeamalate money, leaving it to the aufferiag olusse- to dia und itarve for thr -.,,k?? of tho country Reaiatatncc to \\ ,?r Occaaionally Ventured i auallj papei - i.*" the No* i .1/"' hai: boforo adviaing active reaiatance to tho arar, bat oeeaaioaally thej * upon tho very edge. In :?- iieuc .'"'? Auguat 21 it said 'Tho American worker doe* l."' want to saoiitice h.s life for the aake of increasing tha fortune of sotne king of industry. The utand of the Ameriean worker toward the war doe* not yet appear in resolute and ronsciously determined action. He ucts inatinetively, as yet. The time will soon come, however, when he arill art reaolutcly us ihe reault of eare ful conaideraiioa. <>f that tho pos '.r. of power are ufraiu." Ihe ftfovi Mir i- againat the Root *.. Russia. It finds in Mr. Root'i ipeeehei a <onstant text for it.i preaehmenta thut tha war i^ capitn! istic and Ameriea'l entry was d.otut.Ml bj the dea re t" oppreaa tho working mon for tha benoflt of the wealthj Pogroms Arr Near, "Novi Mii" Aaaerta Tho paper appeala te the emotion of fear, aaying: "Arrests and raids :n mass are n propress aad tho meetings of eiti zens ure h. .ng diaporaed. Pogrom.-* ara near. Rut the national diaaatia faction la growir.g day hy day" This is another of Ihe \'ori Mir't itatemeata nhout tho wur: "Preiident WiNon is very much nfraid for the fu*ure of Russia. Ru' both the Ruaaian ard the German nations do not rare for hi* 11;t. r ferenee in their affairs. Me has been told this, not once, but many times. .'uch raaaifaatationa, however. teem to havo no effect on h:m. Ho te hia utteranee aad eor.tinucs hii falsehoods, smging the old sorig of tho 'naaelftahaeaa' of the United S'.atos here, where open pillapo || manifosting itself and the intention is nlnin of Ameriruri eapitalifm to enrich itself, while tho Morgana ?'?' I ' ?.--. ha*.. thoir diri: hand in the game. "Tho Amencan nation know t?o well that tho aorrowful hand of W son has prepared to bear on It with full weight. hut tho nation will know how to free itself from this hand, J Li **? t as other nations have known how to break the ehains hy whieh their sorrowful povernments havo bound thom." "Kicrht Million Dead." rSafotv Director i ? ? dlander said: "No meetings that tend to interfen with tho avowed purpose* of tho gov <rMni-r.r 1:1 connection with thi- v ..r will be permitted iu this eity." Thia is a "close-up" of a man "registering surprise" upon finding such a hand ^ome Fall overcoat rain ?"Scotch proof. One of our Mists"! Light, medium ar.d heavy areight Fall suits?young men I models ? more conservative suits for their elders, but al? ways the quality and making that insures a last ing style. ?Ml-wool ar.d fast color by our ow. Army officers' uniforms and overcoats. The Rogers-Pec* t'amp Toilet Ca%e ?7.''fis!'??<* Trtmim i' . Roonfl Per Company Broadway Broadway at 13th St. "The at 34th St Four Broadway Cornera" Fifth Avr. a* Warren at 41 at St Wilson Restricts Exemption Appeals Governors of All States Notified Politics Can Have No Influence in Draft WASHINGTON, Sept. IH. Pre-.id-.nt Wilson gave notice to all (iovernor* of state*. to-day tiiat ln hearing claims 'or exemption coming from tho diatri I hoard.-t on the grounds of oeoupauon, I >? would consider only evidenc al ready Biibmi'ted to th? hoards and nothing alaa un!?n i.pr.n th" beard'i reeonuaeadatiea. The effect of 'he Presiderit'u action is to shut out absolutely al! appoa.' of a political aatara or thoae which mai he breughl by Intereated persons "with n pull" and eenftna eeaaiaeratien . f ? ? . ,-:, .1- .!,,.' The following telegram was sent to Goveraora bj tae proveal marshal gen ? ral: "f'luims for exeaaptien or di-,oharge on tha groui,d of engagemeat ia mdus ti> aad agrieultore ure within tba original Juriadiction of tho district boarda. Dec!tion of the diatriet hoard-* i*. tmal, except that ti... Preaideat may ?fBna, raodif) of reveraa aaeh deciaioa, in aecerdaaea with regnaltioaa pre acribed bj him. The i.gulation* pre* icribed h\ the President provide for uppeiil fron 'he deciaion of the district board on agi iealtaral aad iadaatrial i lairna, bai ti,,- claim far appeal mu>t ho fiied with the district hoard who ? i|| end all evidence and other i 'omidered in tha eaaa te tho Preai? denl tor hi*. eoaaideratioa. ?*If, aftei tha deciaion of tha diatriet board, it ia decided to aabmil ? ? ter, the district hoard rni.y reopen the eaae. eon idai tacfa nea nuitter, aad, if it adhoi ? oi iginal deeii on, foi - ward such new awtter to the Preaident. Matter not preacnted ro 'he diatriet boarda eannol be eoaaidared on appeal to the President. "While diatrici boardi ara aol their faaction in paaaiag on claims and tha function of the President in ox amining their deeialoaa la nuasi-judi cial. Sii.ee ihe geaeral iuU- raaal ba thut nothing which was not preaeated to tha dlatnet boar.l can be eoaaidared 00 appeal to the President, it would bo . ibver ???!? af tha pint af the luv. ai..i -. iola iva of tha iudlcial function ? .1 i ng executed, to make axeej * in individual eaeea nnd receive augge urginga or itatementa from In dividuala eoneerning particular eaae pending hera on appeal." Governors Are Asked To Shield Drafted Men From "The Last Drink" WASHINGTON, Sept. IS. Provoat Marshal (Ieneral Crowder ha* Baked (iovernors of all Btatea to take precau* it drunkenneaa on draft mob* ilixation (ia*,^. whieh ttart tomorrow, even if it Decomei necessary to con? sider the adviaability of eloaiag the saloon*. Th>. telegram aaai to-day doea not make tha direct requo-t of th;> GoveraOra that 'in* ealooaa ba ? bai ll waa intimated by n il ti rj a ? . - tlea tha* reem ti who pn elvea for entrainment ander the nce of liquor will render * 'i.i. i to evere military puniah* . . ? Geni ral Crowder*! telegra n readai "A large por rent of your population Ifl about to leavat homa for the uncer ?alnties of a soldler's life. Whi e not an occasion for sorrow, it is a day ot HOlaamnity. It is especially lnapf.ro j.rlate that it be marred by the unto ward events which drunkennearj bring* in it ^ train. "Therofor* I earreatlv suggeat thar you consider that advisanility of mea> urei lookinir t0 tha cImIm ef flleenii .iuring entrainment on tho next BM lubiequrnt mobilization days as may m < m proper to you." Apprexiasately 1:60,000, or 40 r-r -ent, of the draft call will leave for camp during the next five daya, 10^00 entrafning each day. N'ino Governora tiave answered the teiegran sent by General Crowder nsk ing their opinion aa to the adviaability of continutng examinations of reglfl* tered ellgiblflfl to detenaiae the fltnesa et thfl remaining 7,^00,000 mon while ?he exifltiag baafflfl aro iB session. Sarvea advised that the examinations be < ont .r.ued. - Senate to Push Bill for Soldiers* Insuranee Public Hcaringa End After Interested Parties Urge Changes in Measure WASHINGTON, Bept. II H^blic heariaga on 'he loldlert* uril aailera' iBBUraace bill were eoaeladed to-day before the Senate FiaaaCfl ;uD-coinmit tee, with insurariC'r BBBB und others sug geitlng varioua onflnges The sub-com ? ?? hopei to reoort tha aieaaura thia \i-fk to the Beaate, waere niar.s ? ready have been Buidfl fo." expediting its paaeage. ?I II Ilarper. of New Yerk, urg:d tire eommittee to umen.l the bill so that iti administratioB areald ba placed bi d thfl Penalon Ofuoe. whieh he proposed '.<? tranaferred le tha rreasury Depart meat, Ifl order to fffect u large flr.an ? ial lavlng In earr\.ng tho measur" into ? Ifl ' An amendment Dermitting diflabled . ei 4 to remain under the care of tl ?? surgeoB peneial ef the United Btat. during rehabilitatlM was orced by Pr Charlei W, Rlehardaon, of waahingtfl rhfl BaKtion which nakes optional tho takii.i: of inanran i by enlisted mon i was rlgoroual) asaailed by George E. Ide, preaident ef the Home Life Inaur? anee Compaay, of New York, who as ?erted i-int it epeaed tha door for fat ur< penilon legielation, wr.s too vague, " itterly >in?ound in priBciole" nnd ".'a a claai legislation. He added: "It can nef bo opposed limply as atnte insur-' ;.? fl, bccaUflfl lt do. ? not preta-nd to se!l ; Inauranee a*' coat. v> il af leai than cost.''i Seme minor changes were madfl ia ? he bill at tho suggeitlon of Judge ,; , .an Mack, who drew -... meaflUre, ! aber'fl intereit n tl <? pasaaca a*. tha \ present ses?;orj ef ('ongr^aa of the ?el rtiers' rr.snrar.ee bill waa labmittfld te President WilflOB to-day bv President Gompers nnd Secretary Morrison of thal American Federation of Labor. Mr-. Gompers said la'.er the PrOflideat WM in accord with the view tbat tho mens ure should be enae'ed now. To Suppress Disloyalty A luncheon will be given at the HotH McAlpin t.>-day at which def nite will bo annonnced by tha h.riean Defence Society for the sunprossion of German propagaada and dis! An.ong thoae who nre expeeted to Bt ? nd ere Governor Whitman. Henry C. Frick, George W. Wi.kersham and Ka or ileorge II. Patnam. Through the vigilnr.ee corps of the ?OCiety, thfl theatre managers or' '?: ? \ and Brooklyn have agree.! I r.ato pnrts of their revanuei fer the vreek ,-f Oeteher I fo tiie campaign. Chieago May Bar German Superintendent of Schoola Plans to Halt Study of Language t HICAGO, Sept. I*. John D. EhOOp, Buperinteadeat ef Schools. asked the ChlcagO Hoard of Education to-day "' hnr the teaching of (ierman ln ffSae ichoola. Shoop, in making his recommenda tlon, raised by implication the charge that ther" were organized efforts to indacc American children to study the Ka.*er's language. He recorr. mer.de d that no pa] bo aolleited to take say foreign language course, and that rchools in which lt is to be "aught be limited to Rftooa. The reasons for fhe recommenda tions, Mr. Shoop su.d, were that M ro?* the board I1SJM ?r.nua!ly to teach (Ierman in the aehoola, and that pupilf :n grades bel IW 'he leveath should not b? bardaaed wltb tha atody of fore.gr. langtiaces. _ Proving Ground Plan Delayed by Congress WASHINGTON, Sept. Ll~*-It was in timated in * 1 roloa to-dav that , ? - ept te eatab ia a new prov Ottld r.ot he renewed at thia aeaaion of Cevgreae. Ir w--. eoaalde ad poaaible that at tha Pecen I i ??' '?-" ?*'? l"" tted to l oagreaa for a joint na ....' ai .1 armj proving ground. The .-? ? al af I ongreaa to appreva I the Kent Island. Meryland, pro'eeB makes it probable that an availabU ! site will be sought in another state. The Navy Department, It wae learned to-day, had sent experti to the eai' em ahora of Maryfand to impect a site, and refus?d to reeommend it. STOP and consider what the right lubricanta wiil do for you in saving power and the wear on your car. Automobile LUBRICANTS ? prejd a trrootb. oily veneer ever sil bearing' surfaeea. Urapbite rides on grspbite. Mftai cannot wear on metal. A,k your efealer fer thn DxxonLubriemtingCrXart. Jotepb Dixcn Crucible Ca. JeroejCHr. N. J. Ettmbtitfied 1027 nNt-mNHMBIl \a%taia-a 4? m*i Today is the most important Primaryday that New York Citv has ever had. Fhe fight is now on to keep Murphy out anc! the Tiger's claws off the City Government. The enrolled Republican voters will take the first step in deciding whether Mayor Mitchel and the Fusion Board of Estimate, or Tammany Hall will tdminister the City's business, control the City's money and protect life and property in this crisis of the nation's history. There is one way only to beat Tammany nominate today, and elcct on November 6th. thc men on ihe l:usion lickct. 7Tie polls are open from 3 P. M. to 9 P. M. Every enrolled F^epublican should vote. Governor Whitman says: Senator Calder says: "A large Republican vote on Primary day will be tlie tirst step toward the success of the Fusion movement. State Comptroller Travis says: "The enrolled Republicans of N'ew \ork should voice their approval of the present city adminstration in a most decisi\e man? ner. A vote for Fusion is a vote for good government." "I desire to urg'* all Republicans, as a matter of party responsibihty, to vote for tlu* Fusion tieket in the party Primaries on September 19th." Charles E. Hughes says: "Ihe entire stiength of th** Republican party should be cast in fa\or of Fusion and of the Fusion tieket." Fusion Committee of 1917 Today is Primary Day POLLS ARE OPEN 3 P. M. TO 9 P. M.