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VOTES TESAGA1NSTRBO11ON TESAGA1NSTRBO11ONI AGAINST INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONIF INSTRUOTIONi i
IfAlIEn I IF men MURPHY IURP1 EXPECTS AC ACsioxs ACtESSIOXS ACiss1oxS
tESSIOXS sioxs Fnotr vr STATE STATEBniltb STATElinillb STATESfl2tb
Bniltb Weed Said to De Among the Par Parher Parker PirIt
It her rr len Who Iio Doubt the Wisdom ldom of In Intimeline 111IlrllcllOl In1lrttcIIfl
timeline the Delegation to o St louis louisMr IAuls IAulsr LOUIS LOUISIr
Mr Ir r Uelany Hoi Jl Gone Exploring ExploringCharles Eplorlnl EplorlnlChares ExplorlnlCharles
Charles F Murphy has han not ot given up uphopfl uphop uphop
hopfl hop Chares of f being bEtng able to work ork the Demo Democratic DemoaRII Demoratk ¬
hop State convention to send an unln unlnructpd unlnlrct unn unntrucPd
cratic ratk ftat conventon sncan
ructpd delegation to St Louis Ih J the theterpnce theI thep thepaAt
dElegaton Lus
I paAt lrct llllre three a fl38 s Mr Murphy has had con conffr conferPflCeS
terpnce p ffr nces with 1t1 th several upState leaders and anda andhave
wancci > have been given to him that thatht thath thathe
a Af lrance
ht h nil 1 lI have IIwe ° behind bEhlnd him at the State Stte con convHition con1llon convention
vHition enough nu h votes outside of the 10 10from 10ron 1ofrom
from 1llon Tammany to make him an Important Importantfactor Imprant Imprantfalor Importantfactor
factor falor ron It I was s ns nso al8 also said sad yesterday that some someof 8me 8mef someof
of f Judge Jud e Parkers friends frends wtre were coming comingaround comng comngarund coiningsotrnd
around arund to the idea that his chances at t St StLouis StLlis stLotus
Louis might be Improved Imprve by Bending sndng an anunintriicted anuninstructed an1jjfltrltCI
uninstructed Llis delegation dAlrgaton from this State StateSenator Stte Stte5nar StateSenatLr
Senator Victor ViitorDowIing Dowllng Dowlng one of otMr Mr MrMurphy MrMurphyright Murphys Murphysright Murphysrlrhl
right rlrhl hand men mln said last ls night nightThe nlpht nlphtT nightThs
The delegates from New ew York ounty countywill ountywil ountywill
will T oppose oPP ° ° the sending of an instructed instructeddelegation Intructed Instructeddelegation 1 1dlr
wil
delegation dlr oppse allon to St Louis Luis even though the 105 105votes 101 105votes
votes from this county are the only ones onesreaUtered one onere onesregistered
registered re tered against an instructed Ir1mcte delegation delegationBin delegaton delegatonBu
Bin Bu there are indications that there ther will wi wilIbe wilIbenlans be bemany beman
many man more votes than those Iho from this thisceuniyin thisunIY thisin
ceuniyin unIY in support Aupprt of their position psiton Within Withiniif Wihin WihinIMt WithinIat
iif last week weEk cek several leverl fricndH of Judge JudgeParker Judgerarker JudgeParker
Parker have told me and Mr 1r Murphy also alsothat als alsothat
that they are ar Inclined Incln < d to think Ihlll that the thechances tbecbancp thechaflCP5
chances of Judge Parker will wi be h hurt rather ratherthan ratherth ratherthan
than helptxl hEI by a continuance of the effort effortto eort
th Loiii to ub rend an instructed Instrcte delegation delegaton to St StI Stub StLoiii
1 believe that at It the State convention conventionmen conventon conventonmen
men who bleE ho are now no advocating adotng the nomina nomination noma nomation nomination ¬
tion of Judge Jud e Parker and are working for foran toran foran
an instructed ITlruce delegation delegton will H recede from fromthe fromIe fromtt
the tt Ie position pilon they now occupy oupy ree They Tey will willIf wn wnIr wii1if
If I can Cln interpret the situation rightly rightlytake rlght rightlytske
take the t he ground that tha they t can trust trt their theirfrifndfl theirCrltnd theirfInd
fInd and that rather than foster rOter anything anythingwhich anyhing anyhinghlch anythingwhich
which hlch may maylead lead to ill 1 feeling feelng they will wl give giveway giveway
way on the question nueton of Instructions Inatmclon because becausetiey beausB beausBUey becausetbvknowthat ge geway
tiey tbvknowthat know knowhat that eventually eventunlythe eventunilythedelegatee thedelegaies deega e from frommi rromrl fromrith
mi Uey rl State will wil undoubtedly undoubtely combine cmbine on a acandidate 0 0rAdidae arasdidete
candidate candidateAsked rAdidae rAdidaeekr rasdideteAkd
Asked ekr if I it I was wa true that tat sit a fcctive ttve can canTUB ca canrLB
TUB s had been b en begun helun to win over leaders leael to toth torh toh
th h support eupport of Mr Murphy Murhy the Senator Senatorreplied RenatorrpUe Senatorrplird
replied Not Not exactly exaty we are ar not making makingunv makingIny makin makinany
any rpUe Iny regular canvass can8 but wherever wherver wo find findWIT tnd tndIr tin tinany
antiinstruction pentiment developing developingwe
WIT antllntmcton fpntment develorlng develorlngal
Ir
we are trying tring to take tae advantage advatae of 0 It ItThis ItThis ItThis
This al sentiment exists more generally generly than thansome tha thanime
some Ftme people will wi allow themsehea themse e es to be believe beUer behere ¬
here lieveOn Uer hereOn
UerO On O Sunday night Mr Murphy uhy had ha a long longtalk log logtAlk longtalk
talk with lh Thomas Tomas F Conway of Platts Plattshurg Plts PltshUg Plattaburg
burg hUg principal lieutenant leutenant of Smith Smih M IdWeed MWeed MW
Weed W who controls controll the Democratic Demoato affairs affairsof nal
of r many of the districts In the northern northernpart norter northernpart
part J of the State Although Alhough personally personallyin pelonaUy pelonaUyIn
in rrt favor of the nomination of Judge Parker ParkerMr Parkerr ParkerMr
Mr r Weed W has more than one declared declaredthat deolar declaredthat
that tJat he hI thinks it would be h the wiser course courseto coun
to send IEnd an uninstructed unl5tnlcte delegation drllgnton Mr MrMurphy MrIonwl MrConway
Conway it was al IEame learned lst last night told Mr Mrlurphr MrMurphy
Ionwl Murphy that practically practcalY nil ni of the counties countiesIn cuntes cuntesIn
In the th thP Fourth Fourh Judicial district would be beSRainst beJ
J 4 SRainst Rain t an instructed inlnlc4 delegation delegationThe d < legaton legatonTe
The Te counties in the Fourth district in include Inrltde inelude ¬
elude rltde Clinton Clnlon Essex Fsso Warren arn Saratgoa SaratgoaWashington SaratgoaWahington SaratgoaWashington
Washington Wahington Montgomery Schenectady SchenectadyFulton Schenlctdy SchenlctdyFulon SchenectadFulton
Fulton Fulon Hamilton Hamiton St Lawrence and Frank Franklin Frankln Fran FranHa ¬
lin ln These The counties countlls are represented reprented by bythirtythree bvIhlrythrE bythirtythree
thirtythree IhlrythrE delegates Mr Murphy Murhy now nowcontrols now nownlrollZ noweontrols
controls nlrollZ llfl votes from the counties countie of New NewVork NewYork NewYork
York Westchester Wetcheter Richmond and Suffolk SuffolkCorporation Sulolk SulolkCorportlon SuffolkCorporation
Corporation Corportlon Counsel CouJI Delany Delny was wa up the thefitatfl te teflta thetata
fitatfl flta tata yesterday YMteray It I wa wMMld Bald last It night that thatdespatchedtothenorth tht thtfr thitMr
Mr fr Delany ha hadbeen been despatchedtothenorth dMptche deepatched to the norh norhto north northto
to round up support for Mr r Murphy
ODELUS FIIIEXDS FRIElDS JVBILAXT JVBILAXTThe JUBILAlT JUBILAlTe
The e Governor GOUDr Illmicir Ilmaelf Boasts But That t He I Itbe Es Esills
ills fbe0ly Only One One1o Who Got Gt TVhat bat Re e Went mt After AfterALBANY Atr AtrALANJarh AfterALANTMarch
ALBANY ALANJarh ALANTMarch March 21 21ov Oov Odells Odel Odellsfriends Odellsfriendswere friend friendere
were ere er jubilant jubllt about the Capitol corridor corridorlonight crldol corridorsbnight
lonight after atr they had ha talked tAe with wih him hinitbout himbt himtbont
tbout bt the result of the conference conterc of Re Republican Renb1Jcan ¬
fbUca publican nb1Jcan leaders eceli in New York city cty on Satur Saturday Str StrI Saturday ¬
I day arid ard Sunday SundayThe Budy
I The he Governor Gveror frankly frkly told his friends friendsthat friendsthat
that be was Wi the te only Rep Rp ublican ublca who at attended attended
tended inde the conference conferetC who ho got got what hi hivent h hI he heeDt
I vent eDt after arer and ad that was WI the chairmanship chairmanshipof
of the Republican State Stt committee oommie He Heilded HeIde HeAded
RpubUon
Ide ilded that tha thaUftherewunanyother If there ther was WI any ay other Republican Republicanloader Rpublcan RpublcanIpader Republicanleader
loader at the conference who went there therefor therefor therefor
for anything ayth anythL lubtzlhd substantial and cot ot it he was wnswelcome waswelcome IS ISwelcml
welcome welcml to t it The Governors GOEor s friends rrendl are areamazed areamaze areamazed
Te
amazed that he has been permitted to have havehis hve hvehil havehisowh
bn prmiW
amaze his hil hisowh owb ow way ways tlat ay so1 so1easily Meely easily easliyand h and ad without lthoit a struggle strugglefrom stmgglerrom strugglefrom
from the th Plattite PlatUt and ad remarked that they theynsver Ue Uenever theynever
never feared lock lak of nerve on the port pat of ofthat ofthe ofthe
the enemy fear but have bon been fetul fearful al all along alongthat alongthat
that that Gov ov Odell del dell himself hlmsl would weaken weakenIt eakenI
It I was wal said tonight tonight that Odell Odel would wouldhy wouldItlmp wouldattempt
Itlmp attempt to howink hoodwink Senator PIJtsrlends PIJtsrlendshy Plattslrtendeby
hy appointing Mr Platts friend rrend Frank FrankR
R Baker appintng 1er of Owego as a aState aStte Railroad Rairad Com Commissioner Cm Cmmissioner Cornmiioner ¬
missioner for another term 1er but that the theOovemor ther theGovernor
Governor r eror still IWI was Wi determined dettrlned 19 to get con control cn cntol control ¬
trol tol of the commission cmi8lon by having a law lawparsed lawpE lawpased
parsed at at the the present pr nt session selon increasing IncJlng the thenumber thenumbr thenumber
pE number of commissioners cmllonel from three thre to tofive tofIe tothe
five numbr fIe Oov Go Odell Odel now no has ha a member mem r of ofth ofthe ofth
th the commission cmmielon in the person of Capt Joseph JosephE
E K Dickey Dckey of Nowburg Newburl plon and has hl it in his htarnind hi hismind
mind if the membership membrlJp of the commis commision comls comlskI commispion
te
pion ion kI is i increased incaet to five tn to appoint pplnt George GeorgeW
W w Aldridge of Rochester RohCter as a a fourth mem member membr mernher ¬
her br and an Odell Odel man man from New York city citys cityI
I as s a fifth member This would give the theflovernor theOoveror thefisvernor
flovernor Ooveror fth control of th the commission cmmlllon by b a avote aole avote
vote ole of 3 to 2 Mr MI Aldridge Aldrdge is II now sec secretary seertary C Crtary ¬
retary rtary of the commission commision at a salary salar of ofIXTRVCTED ofINSTRUCTED
60
INSTRUCTED 1 TRtCED FOR ttOOSEVELT ttOOSEVELTVarious ROOSE1BLTarloul
Various Republican Republcn Conventions Convntona Declare Declarefor Declarefor Declarefor
for Ills 111 IIt Nomination NominationALTOOKA XomtnaUonLOOA NominationArToocA
ALTOOKA LOOA Pa March Jarh 21 21At At a amoetng amoetngr meeting meetingcf
cf r the th Blair county countyRepubllcan Republican Republcn oorarnjttee oorarnjtteetoday om oomnitteotoday ltee lteetoda
today toda Theodore T eore Roosevejt Ros velt wasunani wasunanimously I aa unani unanimously unanIrnouly ¬
mously indorsed indorM for President Prlden arid hd O G GMorris Glorris G1erris
Morris delegate del < Qate to the national natonal conven convention convention convention ¬
tion was instructed i trcf to tovote vote for forhim him The Thenational tf tfntional thenational
national ntional delegates from Bedford Bfror and Hunt HuntIngton Huntloglon HuntIngton
Ington counties counte drlelate have received reele similar flrlar in instructions InItructions instructions ¬
structions structionsPIERRE Itructions ItructionsPIERE structionsPIErBE
PIERRE PIERE S D March Maro 21 21The The Repub Repubatis RepubBCII Republirais
liratis BCII atis of ofRates Sully Suly county cunty today elected elee dele dele doleatti
Jate Rates to the Stateconvcntfon and instructed instructedth IMtrce Instructedtbm I Itb
th tbm m n to cast their teir vote for national ntonldrleat ntonldrleatpledM delegate delegatepledged delegatesiledged
pledged to Roosevelt The Te State conven convention cnven cnventlon convention ¬
tion will be held on May 4 4EDWARDSVILLE 4FDwAaosvlurz
EDWARDSVILLE EDW wi ADSILL Ill March 21 21 21The Tho Te Mad Madwon Ma MadlAofl
won jon county Republican Republon convention conventon today todayIndorsed toay
Indorsed Indore the Administration Administrton of President Presidentftoosevelfr Prlldent Prlldentn PresidentIloosevelt
ftoosevelfr ftoosevelfrJICKSOK n eel eelJACKSON
1 JACKSON Miss 1il March 21 21Te 21The The Repub Republican Rpub RpubIhMn RepubIlcan ¬
lican IhMn convention of o the Sixth Sixh district ditrl has haschosen hal haschoen
cnventon
chosen c Oen delegates dllllate to the te State Stte convention conventionMch cnventon cnventonhich conventionwhich
which Mch meets mMt in Jackson Jaokon on Wednesday Weneay to toselect toIneAt toelset
select IneAt delegates dellgat to t the national nalinal convention conventionResolutions conventionMolut conveptionRasolutlons
Resolutions Molut 10M were adopted adopto adopted9ndorslng 1ndoJlng indorsing Ropse Ropseelt Rope RopeTel Ropsevelt
Tel velt elt and an urginghis urging his nomination nomlUon at Chicago ChicagoGALVFSTON CloKo CloKoGALVF8TOS ChicagoAtvEsros
GALVFSTON GALVF8TOS AtvEsros Tex March Marh 21 2tThe The Repub Republican Rpub Rpublc Repubtican ¬
lican lc State Stal convention CnvenUon to t elect elet delegates delegatcstlarge dellgatc delegatestlarge
Itlarpe tlarge to the national Republican Repu11oa con convention connton concation ¬
vention nton meets mets in Dallas Dala tomorrow tomorrO The TheBounty Therunty Therounty
Bounty delegate dllegaN to the Stoto 8tlto convention conventionriavn cnventon cnventonflF conventionhave
riavn runty flF have all al been bfn Instructed Instrcte to vote ote for dele deleRates deleatr ddegates
Rates atr to the thl thent1onal national convention nventon who will willipport wi wipJpport willIjpport
ipport Roosevelts nomination for the thePresidency themldency thePresidency
pJpport RosDeltR nominaton
Presidency PresidencyHEAnST PresidencyIIEAnsT mldency mldencynE
HEAnST nE nST DELEGATES HOLT HOLTold nOL nOLHold IIOIJTIbid
Hold old a Rump Convention Convnton and Elect Elft Dele DeleKttet Dele Daleatcs
Kttet ratl atcs to the th State Convention ConventionSALAMANCA Cometon CometonSALMJNCA ConventionSALAMANCA
SALAMANCA SALMJNCA N Y March 21 21A 21An An effort effortlo elor
lo Hampede Ilampe the First Fllt Assembly Ambly district districtconvention district districtconvention
convention onpnton at Franktlnvllle FrakUnvlelor for Hearst Hearstoday Btllt Btllttdy Hearsttoday
today tdy resulted re 1cd in a I dismal disml failure faiure Al AlfgeJ
IItgo isgeti fgeJ delegates deltgateR from three thre towns where whereIt wherei
It was i shown show no caucuses caucuts had been ben held heldre boldtre
tre re excluded from the convention where wherepon wher wheretjpQfl
IJnthe tjpQfl pon the Hearst Hearlt leaders leadel who had secured securedsome securedmoms
sure sure80Cme
some 80Cme delegates delegats without wihout making them tem aware awaref awar awareof
of ° f t the Ie real f1 Issue withdrew wltdrew and with wih tho thonsBistanee tho1818tanc theMSIStanee
nsBistanee 1818tanc of the rejected rjr1e delegates delegate held heldi
i 1 rump rmp convention conventon and ad elected elcted delegate delegatejntliout delegatt delegatese
jntliout e Ithout instructions to the State conven ¬
Irstmctons Stte cnven
tion ttn ii i iThe
ttnTelfun iiThe The Telfun full representation rpresntatcm in the te convention conventionas convenHona
as a Mxtyone 1 xtione delegates delegawl Thirtythree Tlrthr re refnined roo rooaine romainj
fnined mainj aine in a regular convention and elected electedfgulars eleto
reglar convento
dlegates legalff InlLmcte instructed for Judge Paker PakerI Parker
ne bolting members numbered nineteen nineteenrPgu1ar
T Tlegalff I blll membel lumbrr nieten nietenrlularl
fgulars rlularl and nuio nll nine volunteers ol teel who ho came camejnthout catf camevtthoiit
jnthout vtthoiit lhouht credentials erclntale The hn bolters blll claim to toI tohave
have had ad 3 38 votel votes Their procedlnls procedlnlsere proceedings proceedingswere I
were ere held bhind behind coBI closed dool doolJ doors
J
I Bii
nSAttST HEARSl MEETIXO iEINocOIn iEINocOInDolon FFTIG COLD COLDDoit COLDIjostoii
Doit Dolon Ijostoii on Doesnt Dotnt 3 > ake ke keIUndy Kindly to the Boo BooCongressmen Dlom DlomConrrssm flbom flbomConressrnce
Congressmen Conrrssm D Make takc8peeel Speeches SpeechesBOSTON SpeechesBosroNMamh2lAnattempt
BOSTON BosroNMamh2lAnattempt March Mah 21 21AnMtmpt An Attempt was made maditonight mde mdetonight madetonight
tonight to stir str up same lme enthusiasm enthusl m for forHearst forBerst forHearst
Berst Hearst among amonl the local loal Demorts Democrats by byldng byidldIng
holding ldng a mass m meeting mltng In Fnneuil Fae l Hall Hallbut Hl Hailbut
but it I met with wih little ltfe success su u cess c there therebeln therebelnhardlr being beinghardly beinghardly
hardly 1000 10 persona pRon p ie na present presentThe prnt prntThe presentThe
The speakers speaer were wer George Fred FreWllns FreWllnswho Williams Williamswho Williamswho
who has ha just admitted admitte that tlat ho wan wa in favor favoiof f8or f8orot favorof
of the nomination nominaton of the New Ney Ne York Con Congressman Congresma Congressinan ¬
gressman gresma John J Fitzgerald Fizgerald of Providence ProvidenceGeorge Prvidenc ProvidenceGeorge
George W Greene Grene of Providence Prvidence Congress Congressman CongrS ¬
man ma Shober of New York Congressman CongressmanDoArraond CongressmanDeArmond
DoArraond DeArond of Missouri MIlourl Congressman ngrssml Van VatDucer VanDUer VanDucer
Ducer DUer of Nevada and ad andCorigressman Congressman Cngreslman Liver Livernosh LivernMh Livernash
nosh of California Clfomla fThey tey attempted attmpt to tcexplain toexplain toexplain
explain why Hearst Holt should be the Demo Democratic Democrato Democratio ¬
cratic crato nominee nomlnii nomin for President PresidentVan Preident PreidentVan PresidentVan
Van Duzer Duzr even went so far as a to tprelct tprelctthat predict predictthat predictthat
that Hearst Beost would be elected elete to t the theoMce theoMceand office officeand officeand
and all al the speakers spkers took tok a 0 fig fling at trusts trustssaying tmstl trustssaying
saying lyng that It was wa the only Issue IBue of the thecampaign thecmpaign thecampaign
campaign cmpaign and that Hearst was aA the only onlyman onlyma onlyman
man ma who could be relied rele upon upn to t crush crushout crsh crshout crushout
out the te octopuses octruSs which were throttling throttlingthe throtlng throtlngth
the th entire country
entra cut
A A8peoh speech said sad to have been written wrlttln by
Hearst HeAlt was Wa read rad at the meeting meetingWINCHESTER metng metngWINOHBSER meetingWINOBESTER
WINCHESTER WINOHBSER Ill I March 21 21Te 21The The Demo Democrats Democt Democrate
crate ct of Scott Sot county in convention convetion here heretoday her heretoday
today adopted nopld resolutions roluton Instructing Instrotng
delegates deleg 1 to the State convention conento to toot vote votefor votefor
for delegates delegats to the national natona convention conventionthat cnvnton conventionthat
that would support William Wila Randolph RandolphHearst Rndolph RndolphHeat RandolphHearst
Hearst Heat for President Prsident and Indorsed Indord H T TRainey 1 1Riney TRalney
Rainey Riney for Congress CongressHILLSBOROUOH CongreBILLBOROUOH CongressHiLLanonouou
HILLSBOROUOH BILLBOROUOH III I March Marh 21 21The 21The The Mont Montgomery Montgomer Montgomery ¬
gomery gomer county couty Democratic Dmo rato convention conventionthis conventon conventonthis
this morning adopted resolutions rolutons Indorsing Indorsingtho
the candidacy cadidny of William WII p R Hearst Berat foi foiPresident forPreident foiPresident
President Preident delegates delegate being Instructed to tovote tovote tovote
vote for him first frst last 18t and ad all al the time timeBen timeBn timeBen
Ben Bn F Caldweli Caldwel was a Indorsed Indored for Congress CongressTWA Congrs CongrsTRt CongressTIlUX
TWA TRt DOWN DOJN BY Y THE LADY LADYA LAD LADA
A T Te Tale Je or a PoetModel an Acid DoseThat DoseThatWent DOle1I DOle1In Dose That ThatWent
Went n nt Wide and Remedial Remeial Soapsuds ttoapiudsDouglas toaplod toaplodDOglM SoapsudsDouglas
Douglas Overin who is said Iald to t be both botha bth btha
a poet pet and an artists artits model tried to com commit commit cornmit ¬
mit suicide last lat night with carbolic carblo acid acidIn aoldIn acidin
In a drug dng store stre at Ninetyninth Nietyninth street stret and andColumbus andClubus andColumbus
Columbus Clubus avenue Ienue Overin U a son of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George D Overin an immigration Immigraton Inspector Inspectorand Inptor Inptorand Inspectorand
and lives with his hi father at 68 6 6 West 100th 100thstreet l0h l0hstret 100thstreet
street stret He ls I 19 years yer old oldHe oldHe oldHe
He went to t the drug store and asked askedfor Mkedror nakedfor
for carbolic carblo acid aid for cleaning ceaning purposes purposesAs purpe purpethe
As the package was handed hade to t him he tore toreoff toreol toreoff
off ol the label and raised the bottle bollB to his hislips hi hislips
lips Charles Cle F Hatterman latena proprietor proprietorof
of the drug drg store was w too quick for him himand himad himand
and ad knocked knoke the te bottle botle to the floor for The Thewouldbe Thewouldbe Thewouldbe
wouldbe suicide promptly pr rptyfalnted rptyfalntedOne thptly fainted faintedOne faintedOne
One of the clerks called cale Policeman Polceman Warner WarnerWhen Waror WarorWhen WarnerWhen
When the cop COf > appeared young Overin Overinrecovered Oerlnrcer Overinrecovered
recovered rcer in a hurry and tore tre out of the thoside theside theside
side door dor He ran up Columbus avenue avenuefollowed avnue avnuefolowe avenuefollowed
followed folowe by several policemen plcmen and a large largecrowd largecrwd largecrowd
crowd crwd Just as a he mounted the steps stepsof stepsor stopsof
of his hl home Warner Warlr overtook oerool him himAt himA himAt
At A the West 100th l0h street stret station staton Overin Overinassured OerlnMurlth Overinassured
assured Murlth the th police polce that he hadnt swallowed swallowedany swallowedany walowed walowedany
any acid aid but b t they decided deide to tornake make certaIn cerxinThe celn celnThe certaInThe
The remedial dose do administered adlnlslre consisted consistedlargely cnslstt consistedlargely
largely lagely of soapsuds soapudo After Ater taking Overin Overinsaid Oern Oernsld Overinsaid
said sld that he had no further furher inclination inclinatlohtoward inclnation inclnationtowl inclinationtowsrd
toward towl suiqtde suiqtdeAll sul lde ldeAU
AU Information Intoratlon about abut the young man manwas mana manwaarefusedat
was waarefusedat a refused retu at his home The Te police polc ver version version er erslon ¬
sion was wa that he had been Mtr I1 trun run down downby downby downby
by a young youg woman woma with lh whom hom he had hadbeen hadbeen I
been friendly I
VOUXG lOU G OFFEBAClt A7 A 4 SUICIDE SVICIDEHeal SUICIDEReal
Real Estate Brokers r S Son n Had H Worried WorriedBecame WorriedBecause rled I
Became He le Had No o Employment EmploymentSidney EmploymentSidney I
Sidney Sidny L Offenbach Otenach 24 years Y6 oldson old ln son of ofJoseph orJOpb ofJoseph
Joseph Offenbach Olenbh a real ral estate ftte broker brokerof
of 167 Broadway Brdway committed c mmltt suicide lulcdo yes yesterday Ye yesterday ¬
terday by shooting sbootng himself h 1 in the right righttemple righ righttemple
temple t mple with wil a 82caUbre 2Cbre revolver r olvei at t his Tilsresidence hisresidcnce hi
residence rldTc 97 9 East Et lleth 16th street mretHl He was wasfound wasfoud wasfound
found foud at B 60ct Vclodk dk k last l t night by his sister sisterHannah siler silerHnnal sisterHannah
Hannah Hnnal who went to call cal him to todlner todlnerr dinner dinnerMr dinnerMr
Mr r Offenbach Olebh said last night nigh that his hi son sonwns sonWM sonsns
wns ofa very sensitive nature natu and ad ho wor worried worrie worred ¬
red rie because beau ver he sensitve had been ben out of a job for the thelast thelast thelast
last last month moth He went to his hi room rom in I the theafternoon tll theafternoon
afternoon and told the te servant sMant not to have haveanybody haveayby haveauybody
anybody ateroon ayby disturb diturb him until uti 6 < 1 oclock oclockInstructed ocock ocockIntroted oclockInstruoted
Instructed Introted for Parker ParkerOLKAN P Pirk tk r rOLKN rOtEAN
OLKAN OLKN N 1 Y March Mah 21 21Te 21The The first trt As Assembly ksaembly s sembly ¬
sembly district Democratic Demortocnventon convention to today t today ¬
day elected elete these the delegates delegate to t the State Stateconvention Stt Stateooivdntion
convention ooltnton D W Dean W NW1I N < 11 and andT andT andT
T P Ryan They were we instructed lnstmcte for forParker rorParker forParker
Parker for President Prrldent Thomas O H Dowd Dowdwas DowdWM Dowdwas
was Indorsed Indore for State committeeman cmmittman after aftera
a bitter biter fight fgbt Contesting Contetng delegates delegatr will willbe wi willbe
be b sent to t the State Stt convention conventionUMEBTOVN cnventon cnventon11MI8TON conventionljJasioiv
UMEBTOVN 11MI8TON N Y March Marh 21 lThe 21TheDemocratic lTheDemoratc The TheDemocratic
Democratic Demoratc First Frt Assembly ASmblv district Istrct con convention conventon convention ¬
vention venton for Cattaraugus rtarugu6 county was held heldin heldi heldin
in i Franklinville FankUmle this afternoon atteroon and broke brokeup brke brkeup brokeup
up in a I row rw between betwen the DowdHlll DwcHI faction factionand Cntlon Cntlonad factionand
and ad antiDowdHearst antDwdBesL faction faUon Thomas ThomasT Thoms ThomsT
T Troy Try of Clean Oe who has been bn manag ¬
ing the Hearst Het campaign campaig claimed clime a ma majority majorty majority ¬
jority jorty of tile delegates delegatesJefferson deleatM deleatMeeron delegatesJPtVerson
Jefferson eeron County Cunt Democrat moerau for Parker ParkerWATKRTOWK ParkrWATRTOW ParkerWAmarow2
WATKRTOWK WATRTOW N Y March Marh 21 21The The pri primaries primarlr primarks ¬
marks marlr in this city ity were were held this evening eveningand evenlngand eveningand
and the majority majorty of those ho se in the rural dis districts distrcts dietricts ¬
tricts trcts have bn been held In several sverl of these theseresolutions thle thlere8Iutons theseresolutions
resolutions were passed showing the sense senseof senAOor senseof
of re8Iutons the primaries p llrl to t pe be h for Cor Parker although althoughthe alhough alhoughthe
the delegates delegate were Wlre not instructed Instruote forhlm forhlmA for 11m 11mA him himA
A hot fight fgh is being blng waged age against aaln8t State StateCommltteeman Stte StteCommiteman StateCommitteeman
Committeeman Commiteman John N Carlisle Crlsle by John JohnM JohnM
M Fitzgerald of Sackotts Sa kets ketts Harbor Harbr at one onetime onetme onetime
time tme a commission merchant merhant In New York YorkHe YorkHe YorkHe
He already has one on of tho two Assembly Assemblyhe Aemhlv Aemhlvdistricts AsembIvdistricts
districts nray but wi will not oppos oppose Crlsle Carlisle Ir Irhe fthe
he can cal be b elected elel chairman chairmanMurphy cbalrmanIuph chairmaniurphy
Murphy Iuph Coins 6olnl Away Ail Again AgainCharles AKatnCharle AathCharles
Charles Charle F Murphy Muphy Murphyiii will l give A I dinner dinnertonight dinnertonlgbt dinnertonight
tonight tonlgbt at tho Democratic Demoto Club to Webster WebsterDavis Webter WebterDa WebsterDavis
Davis Da and will wi leave l ve town to tomorrow trorw for foranother roranother foranother
another vacation aeUon He will wi be away awa prob probably probablyror probably ¬
ably ablyror for fora a ctrople cpl Of OrWeM Otweek week i He is endeavor l Indsevorlog endeavoring nivor nivorIng ¬
ing to keep kep his hi destination detlnaton a secret Joret hut it itwan It itwas
wan wMsld said last lastnight night that he would go either eitherto elth eitherto r rto
to Mich Hot Springs Sprng Va Vip or to Mount Mount Clemens ClemensMich Clemen ClemensMich
Trie i Weather WeatherTljere WeatherTtere ratherT4
Tljere T4 re wu U cloudy c0udJ and d rainy weather tber over ncirlr ncirlrII
an II the country cuntu yejttra restrr yestCTd1 > r nave ve for or New X W York trk ork and andNew endNew d dew
New ew EnUndind FnrdaDd It became b c re cloudy coud with lb sleet find findr and andrla
r rla ln In these Ib sections aeelons toward towIrd night ilrh The Te jAlnUill jAlnUillwa Ainfl
wa a heavy hevy In tl the he Stales tt tate3 ofthe Mississippi JIl lpp Valley Valleyfrom al fly flyfrom y yfrom
from Mississippi Mlu lppl to t Mtnnetota lnnet and nd there Ilrwer were wereheavy werebaa
beY baa heavy thuBderatornij tbulderators In Arkansas Akaaa Tennruee Tennrueeand Tepnet Tepnetad Tcpncsseeand
and ad MUtourl These condjtlon rondll dndhi n tis were ere due to an anar anarea e eafa
ar afa area a Mlurl of hljh hIrpreeUrc l lprtsure pressure paMlhr 11 peQtnrout < lnr jput theSt tit St Lawrence LawrenceValley Lrn LanrenresI1ey e eIRer
Valley IRer sI1ey and throwing Ihrwln r off or northtuterljr norl uterY winds windsand tted ttedand lld
and to an extensive ellelhe areaof araof 10wreure IowvresaUre < wi > r ure covering coyerlnrlh verlnr verlnrIhe
the lh Stale Ilal between b behatenthe lween the Rocky Roe Mountains toUltnln and the theMississippi tbeMhswllpl be beMtstuippI
Mississippi river and nd spreading csMwafd e tward The Thewind Theod Theatid
nyer
wind Mhswllpl od were high eaat eat and sotllhetsi oilheu In the MIls Mississippi MIlsllpl MIcshsirpt ¬
sippi llpl Valley Valle alle and the he Lake Lakelrlons LakelrlonsTe1mptrlur Lakerron LakerronThe rrjlona rrjlonaThe
The Te1mptrlur temperature was wadlrhllocrln tltrhtly IIthtWtOWcr lower In the llintlo tttintloStSte llintloStates lanlo lanloSlat
States Slat hut decidedly dNlddh bltiurln brheln higher In all other districts districtsU dtlteU dtlteUI
U I was wis L above aOn frcerlnc pointIn pint In Minnesota 1tnnsola and Md South SouthDakota Suth SuthDkola SouthDakota
Dakota DakotaIn
Dkola DkolaIn
In this th lht city clr the tb day dl openedifalr becoming beconlor cloudy cloudyabout c d ldf t1dyabout ldfabut
about abut noon non and rilny fllf In the th evening wind fresh freshnortheasterly rrch rrchnorhu freshnortheasterly
northeasterly norhu < ltrl average erte hUml humidity I 87 7 per cent centbarometer centbarmeter centharnmetr
barometer barmeter corrected rorrtr d Id retdlo r dis sea ta level it 1 8 XM XM9M5 M
9M5 14 12 s I 1 M Mftc 31 w wThe
The temperature Itmpcr lure yesterday esleda a as > recordd by the theofficial Ibeomelal theothclal
official thermometer Is shown In the annexed annexedtable auoelMtable annexedtable
table
IK4 IOj 1 10 1503 OS IOW 11 1603 1603fflAM I IO3IOAUxl 3 3f
fflAM IOAUxl A l 11 l f PM PM1JM 1 1t 0 lU lUOPM as
f 1JM 12 OS ipM OPM 0 St 38 38spii e U Uat eeettizw
spii u etiijMidv at IUII as1 a si 61 61AIIIIOTI atWASHrNOmK i iWASBnvaTOKroHrCASTrOKTODATAKDTOUORROW
WASBnvaTOKroHrCASTrOKTODATAKDTOUORROW WASBnvaTOKroHrCASTrOKTODATAKDTOUORROWfor WASHrNOmK AIIIIOTI ri p ptrcAaT C AT roa TO5ODAT TO DA T A AtrDro 1t T 10110W 10110WJor soanow soanowPer
for taitftn NI W York 1lrl tatlern t n Ptnaiilrnla PtnaiilrnlaXtieUntil pnDVlr peneyininlnXeiD < t tI
XeiD XtieUntil I 7frsj Ut and btltitart bI4Iar rclnaiiil rlnIIlrm vxirmer loAou loAouict 104Veln to4aytell
ict tell eln lamorrmc iorrw toUtxttt toU311 > v tltartny CIarlnC Ii ffl n aflfrnoon aflfrnoontrfi nllmr oISmoonbrts
trfi bl linilhtotl dwhtoatfoS llhoiroolll < > tenth uth wInd Ilnd t < iltMfto t Ct veil veilFor lulIor iresllor
For New t Rnclnd Poclad rain and warmer wrm r tod looa looaran today todayratS y yrail
rail ran tomorrow lomorr followedby fnlowedbj followed b dealing ceMlnr In Illhe the after afternoon ater atern atternoon ¬
n noon n biljU bll k southeast aOlthc < t winds on the coast coastFor 011 011For coastFor
For the District nlslrct nf Columbia mid Mm 11Ulad 11UladraIn 1tarind 1tarindriC land landraU
raIn and much warmer farmr today toda fair tomorrow tomorrowrent tomoT tomorrowtrash
rent II l to brisk brtll east rIt winds Iods becornln beomlr southerly southerlyFor aulhrr aulhrrFor <
For To western we51 m N New > w York ork rain and ad warmer warer today todayrtlncnd 10 todarrain dar darrlnld
rtlncnd rlnld rain and colder rlder eoldertoniorrow tomorrow tomoT brisk brk aoutbtast aulbtul winds windsbefomlnt windsbeC windsberelni
befomlnt beC r northwesterly rtltelerl rtltelerli
i
PO MMERY MMERYThe
The Standard for Champagne ChampagneQUALITY ChampagneI ChampagneQUALITY
I QUALITY QUALITYThe
I
The World Over OverPOMMERY OverPOMMERY OverPOMMERY
POMMERY CHAA1PAONB CHA11PAONE IS ALWAYS TO BE FOUND FOUNDAT FUND FUNDAT FOUNDAT
AT PROMINENT GATHERING OATHERINCS WHERE THE EXPEN EXPENDITURE EXPENDTURE I3XPRNDITURE ¬
DITURE DTURE OF HONEY IS NO CONSIDERATION CNSIDERATIN AND THE THEBEST THEBEST ThEBEST
BEST OF WINES ARE SERVED SERVEDL
I
L J
ROOSEVELT SCOTCHED SNAKE SNAKHIS SNAKEIlS SNAKEills
HIS IlS FRIEXItS FnElS NOT iOl SO SATISFIE SATISFIEAS S S4TISFIEDAS < TISFIBD TISFIBDAS
AS THE TiE GOVERXOIl G01EnYOl IS 75Conferred ISConferrees ISConferrers
Conferred Tied TIel him 1m to a Political Poltcal Corpse rorpstSny I CorpseSn Crpse CrpseDr
Sny Sn Dr the Men Ien Who ho Know HIO How low Tiling TilingNtand ThtngsItand ThingsStand
Stand Itand In II the thl Republican Republcn Party Part li lithe In Inthe inthe
the State PtnteGov ov O Kiel 11rl Complacent ComplacentPresident ComplacentPresident ComplacentPresident
President Roosevelt Rooevel in the estimation etimaton o oRepublicans or orRepublcans ofRepublicans
Republicans Republcans who delve beneath the surfnc surfncof surCaeeot
of affairs afair has his only scotched fcotchr tho snake Anke i ithe In Inthe inthe
the Republican Uepublcan State situation A uatlon The free freand freeand
and easy MS method metho by which some of th thPresidents the thePreidents thePresidents
Presidents Preidents friends in II the Platt conference conferencat conCertnce conCertnceat
at tho Fifth Firh Avenue Hotel on Sunday Sunea after afternoon afer afernon afternoon
noon non turned the Republican Republcn mnchlner mnchlnerof mnchineryof
of the te State Stte over to Gov Odell Odel by b requesting requeetinithe reuCLlng reuCLlngthe requestingthe
the Governor to become becmo State chairman chalrmaiat chairan chairanat
at the April Aprl 12 convention conventon came cme in fo fomore for rormore formore
more or less comment cmment from Republican Republicanwho HtpubleaM HtpubleaMho Republicanswho
who ho have a deeper deper interest Interet In the part partthan pary parythan party partythan
than those th0e who can point for proof of their theiallegiance teir teiralEgllnce theirallegituico
allegiance alEgllnce only to the celerity crlcri with wih which tvliiclthey whichOle whichUiey
they Ole can leap into the patronage patroM e trough troughSome trugh trughSome troughSome
Some of President Prldelt Roosevelts friend friendsold Crlondssaid friendssaid
said that to them Coy GO Odells Odels selection flectlon t tbe to tobe tobe <
be State chairman ohalran meant that the Governor Govemomust Goveror Goverormust Governormust
must now demonstrate his hl loyalty to Presl Presldent PrCi PrCident President
dent Roosevelt Uooevelt in the approaching Ipproachlng cam campalgn campaign campaign
paign They hoy admitted admited that they knew knevimany knewmany knewmany
many instances Intance of Gov Odells Odels disloyalty disloyaltybut dllloyul
but they argued urgee that as 1 State SUtn chairman chairn it itthis In Inthis
this thi Presidential Prleental year ear he must perlorce perlorcebo
bo loral Rut ut others other said that they did no nooven not notoven notoven
oven now view tho future futurE in the State with willequanimity withequanlmi withequanimity
equanimity equanlmi Some wild uld that the President Preaiderihimself Preident Preidenthilsol Presidenthtiniseif
himself hilsol Was WI was no more popular in the State Statitoday Stte Sttetoda Statetoday
today toda than ho h was wal in 1893 when ho won the tluGovernorship thenovernorhlp theovernorshlp
Governorship novernorhlp by only 17000 0 whereas whereaiMcKlnley whereMIcK whereasMcKinley
McKinley IcK In ley carried carrild the State StltO two years ranl before befonby bCoro bCoroby beforeby
by a plurality pluraly of 2fl840C 2fl840CThey 264 264Ihy 2118400Ihey >
They were wer surprised UrprlBo that that some of th thPresidents the thePresidents <
Ihy
Presidents pfldlntR friends at the Platt conference conferenceand conCernce conCernceld conferenceand
and ld it was wa declared delard that they would not nolhave nothao nothave
have done don I FO 10 without his hi tiermlsslon perml lon should shouldaccept shouldacpt shouldaccept
accept acpt Gov Odell Odel to bo State chairman charmn In ira Ina ina
a year fraught with tremendous tremrndous come consequences cne cnequenc comeluences ¬
quences quenc in the face of the Governors Governorsattitude CovErors CovErorsatiude iosernorsattitude
atiude attitude toward tho President Pridenl and of the thewell theel thewell
well el known kno towa n fact Cat that the Governor and andhis andhis andhis
his friends frends have not hesitated hCilato to utter uttr the themost them0t themost
Roosevelt RooseveltYet RooseveltYet most m0t bitterly biterly hostile hOte expressions exprsloM about Mr MrRoosevelt llr llrHOeel MrRoosevelt
HOeel Yet these t1 e friends of the President Preident accept acceptGov acpt acptGov acceptGov
Gov Odell Odel to be b State chairman when whenthere whenthere whenthere
there is I abundant Republican Hepub1cn testimony testimonythat tctmony tctmonythat testimonythat
that no more unpopular unpopulr Republican Republcn in inthe inthl inthe
the thl State lives 1f than Gov Go Odell Odl1 The Gov Governor Go Goernor Governor ¬
ernor has h8 antagonized antagonize the farmers rarmer In forty fortythreo fory fortythree
three thre counties countlN on the canal hare br o matter matterHis mater matterIlls
His 11 charities charitl legislation leglllatol his I hoisting hOltng the theliquor tholquor theliquor
liquor lquor license lceusl the th uniformly unlrorly unhappy unhappyconditions unhappycndltlons unhappyconditions
conditions cndltlons at Albany Alony not to mention menton the thetaint thetaint thetaint
taint of graft which in I over all al of Cloy Oovclump 0 CloyOdeils
gft
Odels Odeils adminitrton administration and the Uepublcn Uepublcnlump Republican Republicanslump
clump demonstrated demonsrte in the recent rent village villageand viage viageand villageand
and town to elections aa well wel as in tho ele clolot elections electionsIn < lons lonsin
in 1903 113 led to the criticism criticim yesterday terday that thatto thlt thltPNidrnt thatPresident
le
PNidrnt President Hoeclts toosovclts Crend friends have tie tied him himto himtoa
toa to a 1 political corpse corpseBut corpseIbit
But pltical the thl mlxchlof corpe corpeDut has been hln done the thecritics thecrltlC thecritics
critics crltlC sold ald and cannot now be remedied remediedSenator remedlor remediedSenator
Senator Senatr Platt departed for Washington Washingtonyesterday Wnohlngtonreterday Vashlngtonyesterday
yesterday reterday morning moring perfectly prfetlv FatUfied FatLfed with withthe withthe withthe
the situations uatloll and Gov Gv Oooll Odel returned returEd to toAlbany toAl toAlbany
Albany Al any equally oualy satisfied t fe that his hi ambition ambitionof ambi 101
of the last lat few months month to bo State Stat chair chairman chairman ¬ I
man had been bn gratified grtife Gov Odell Odel said saidas saidas
as he left tho Fifth Firh Avenue A venue Hotel HotelThe H l1fte1The tel telThe I
The situation situaton is satisfactory Itisfectol to me meI meI meI
I cant cnt see fP that them has hl be bem been m any an great greatchange greatchae greatchange
change chae The only result rrsul of the gathering gatheringthat gatllring gatllringthat
that is I new Is the declaration dllarton of Senator SenatorPlatts Snator SnatorPlals SenatorPlaits
Plaits Plals friends frendR that they the want wat mn to bo bochairman bechira hochairman
chairman chira of the Republican Ueflblcn State Stte com committee cm cmmite centiitittco ¬
mittee mite That is highly gratifying grtCyln indeed indeedMy indt indeedMy >
My lly friends have been bn urging mo for a along nlong along
long time to take tko the place Xow the themen themen themen
men who tme are ar known as the Senators SluBtors friends friendsand Crlendsand friendsanti
and who joined joinl in the conference conrertnce yentor yentorday yesterday lHter lHterday
day by his hf Invitation Inviation ask ak me to become becomeState bume bumeSlate becomeSlate
Slate chairman so 8 it is practically prctlclly a unani unanimous unall unallmou unanlmolts ¬
molts mou demand for my m services srvkos Of course coursethis CUle CUlethlR coursethis
this pleases plpQs me meAs meA meAi
As A to the statement ftatement issued Isle in which whichSenator whichSenator I
Senator Sllalor Platt is If acknowledged acknowleo as the thl State Statoleader Stle StleIlader Stateleader
leader Ilader and both of us lU agree agre not 10t to Interfere Interferein Interfer I Iin
in in district fights fghtR that lt Is i all al right rilht but thero therois
is if nothing nothlnp now In It I have said IAld all al along alongthat alongthat alongthat I
that the ie Senator may remain remlin State Slatf leader leaderax leder lederal
ax al long ox I he lives I dont want the title titleI I
I have acknowledged acknolo c his leadership loderhip about aboutonce aboutonce I Ionce
once a month for the last year Ytar and one onemore onesnore I Imore
more acknowledgment doon not 10t matter matterConcerning maler matterConcerning i
Concerning C < ncErlnp district fights flhts I want to say saythat sayihat
that Ihat I have not interfered Intorcr yet ye and do not notIntend notInlend notIntend I
Intend to interfere I therefore thereoro simply simplyagreed simplysigreed I Iaprc
agreed to continue cOlllnuo my present policy policySenator polc polcSenator policySenator
Senator aprc Platt Plltt is satisfied Hltlffe frent I nm 1m ftlRfP satisfiedeserylody satisfied satisfiedeverybody I Ieerbor
everybody eerbor U mtl satifled tfld fled and wo o ought to tohave tohave I Ihave
have real rnl beautiful beAutifl harmony harony now nowRegent nowRgent nowRegent
Regent Rgent Edward war Laulerhnoli Luterbach Is If a great greatstudent greattudlnt greatstudent
student tudlnt of the Junkie Juill Letters Lterl When WhEn not notin notin notin
in a hurlyburly hurlburl concerning his liR profession professionhis profeBion profeBionhis
his chief recreation rcration Is tho study of tho Let Letters Lt Ltter Lettees ¬
tees ter of Junius Junlul and hero her is what Mr Lauter Lauterf Llter Llterbach Lauterbach
bach Mid yesterday est < ra concemln coneernirqt the result remltof
of > f the Platt Plai conference cnfernco at tho Fifth Fith Avenue AvenueHotel AenUAHotll AvenueHotel
Hotel Hotll on Sunday Suday afternoon afternoonThat atemoon atemoonTlt afternoonflint
That Tlt statement given giw out after ater tho thoconference theconference
conference ronrrnce yesterday rftera was WI nothing nOlblg more morethan morethan morethan I
than a declaration dEclartlon that tht existing exlrtng conditions conditionsexist eondltols eondltolsexilt conditionsexist
exilt exist It I would bn h just OH I newsy to t declare declarethat declarethat
that Julius Julus Crosar CRr is still sti dead drl Senator SenatorPlait SenatorPiatt nator natorPlatt I
Plait is 11 tho State leader Gov Jo Odell Odol will willmanage wi willmanage
manage ge the Ih campaign < ampalg nnd nndthero thero you youaro youare OU
are aroWith With Oov Go Odoll Odel as State chairman chlrma It ItIs I Itis I
Is the belief bller that tho chairmanship < hulrmanfhp of the theState theRlate theState
State executive committee commltC will wi go either to toexRepresentative toexRepresentative
esReprentatve exRepresentative eXEutve William Wilam Ij I Ward of ofWestchester otWltcbester ofVestchester I
Wltcbester Westchester or William WIlam C Warren of Bur Buffalo Burfalo l3uffalo ¬
falo Gov Odell Odel will 1 not resign as Gov Governor Governor ¬
rrnor ernor his friends friedf cierlare even though thoughlie thouhhe
lie and ad Ms Ils friends severely criticised crlUde Col ColfJeorge ColGeorge
George Glrge W Dunn for being belns State 8tle chairman chairmanmd charman charmanand chairmanand I
and remnininc a Railroad Iairlul Commissioner Commissionerit I
it one and Ind the same Ame time IJoutiovUicplns IJoutiov IJeutOo IJeutOoHhplns LieutGovIligrins I Iput
Uicplns in II his hil mild mid nnd gentle e tla fashion fashionput faRhon fashionput
put It I this wa waI way
I see RO no reason rpnlon whv the Governor can cantot cannt canr1ot
tot attend atend to the duties of his office ofce and andit andat andat
nt at the name Ie time tme act let as chairman Culrnn of the thoRepublican IhoRepublcan theRepublican
Republcan Republican Stato committee ommlttC The Thl duties dutiesf dutes dutesor
or f the two places need ml1 not 101 conflict conflictJERSEY confct confctnmmIRlprIUC conflictJEThSEI
JERSEY nmmIRlprIUC RErCHLlCAXS nitItLIctVs tj MEET MEETelect 1Efr 1EfrSelct IEETSelect
Select elect May Ia 1O O lsthela the Day ar for the Mate Matei StateContention tateConrnton
i Convention Conrnton In Trenton TrentonTRENTON Tenton TentonnE TrentonFnExroi
TRENTON nE TN March Marh I 1Thl 1The The Republican Republicantato1 Ropublcan RopublcanHlate Republican8tate
Hlate tato1 committee commltl met here tonight and andxed andfxed andfixed
fxed fixed > xed Tuesday Tuesay May 10 as tho date for forhe rorIhe forthe
the he State Slat convention conenton to t nominate delegates delegateso delegntr
to o the national natonal convention conventon United Unie States Statesonator StatC StatesSenator
Senator Snator John Keen Ken will wi preside atthe con conentlon conventon convention
entlon which us usual will wi bo b held in inonventlon Inthl Inthis
venton thl this clt city Resides dtl rlotlng electing dllflatp delegates the theconvcnton theconvention
convention will w1 select f1ft members membrr of the Ro Roubllcan Ho Itopublican
convcnton publican ubllcan State committee commite one from frm each eachounty rnchcounty eachcounty
county publcan with the he exception excptlol of Hudson and amissex andElex andEssex
Elex Essex ssex from each of which two members membersrill mmbl memberswill
will rill bo chosen chosenThe chosenThe sen senTe
wi
The Te och committee commite received reelvl the resignation resignationf rignaton
or f Major Edward J Anderson Andern the super supervisor uperisor I
visor lr of the New Jersey State Prison Prisn pr and nnddoptcd Ind Indadopte andadopted
adopted resolutions of regret Major An Anderson j jerson
adopte rColutons
dplon derson erson has ha served snr so rv ed continuously contmuoull reJrt on 01 the theommlttce thecommltC thecommittee
committee commltC for twentyfour years yearsl er
i
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DID XOT ATTACK MAYOR AYOR AXDHVS AXDHVSMr AlDnUS AlDnUSIr
Mr Ir Morse S Sa 855 Ills 111 Words ordl About Trek TrekElevation Taek TaekEeaUon TrackElevation
Elevation EeaUon iVere ere MUoonstrued MUoonstruedWaldo lUheonstruedWaldo MtseonstruedWaldo
Waldo G MOle Morse of this city and ad Yonkers Yonkershas Yonkei Yonkershas
has sent a I letter leter to Mayor John E Andrua Andruaof Andr8 Andr8or
of Yonkers Yonker explaining that he did not in intend Intend Intend ¬
tend to accuse the latter later of fraud in the thematter themater thematter
matter mater of the elevation of the New York YorkCentrals YorkCentrals YorkCentrals
Centrals tracks trcks In that city plans plan for forwhich rorhlch forwhich
which hlch tho Yonkers Yonker Council Counci voted vote to ap approve approve approve ¬
prove on March 18 18At 18At 18At
At the meeting on that day Mr Morse Morseas MorseI
as I counsel counlel for the property owners owner who whoare whoare ho hoare
are opposed oppoB to the accepted acepte planfor plan tor ole elevating olevating ¬
vating vatng the railroad rairoad tracks through the thecity thecl thecity
city cl tiled Ile a protest of sixteen sixten points One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the features fpature complained complaine of U I the pro provision provision provision ¬
vision for a bridge over a right of way In Infront Infront infront
front of property owned owno by tho Mayor Mayoralong Mayoralong Mayoralong
along the waterfront allowing alodng for a grade gradecrossing gradecrolng gradecrossing
crossing over a switch swloh nt lt that point Mr MrMorse Mrorse MrMorse
Morse orse aid that Lhlt the plans on file fle did not notshow notshow notshow
show this arrangement and said sid that tha it ithad Ithad Ithad
had been ben disclosed dlslos d at a previous J > revlou8 meeting meetingthat mllng mllngthat meetingthat
that It had II ad been ben made mde without the knowl knowledge knowlMFe knowledge ¬
edge MFe of tho Common Council Counci and ad appar apparently apparenty apparently ¬
ently enty without wihout the knowledge knolego of tho mem members member membore ¬
bore ber of the committee comitee to tolndlcate indicate a con construction cn cnstructon cotistrtiction ¬
struction structon different dlrent from that contem contemplated cntem cntemplute contemplated ¬
plated platedAt plute
At least lct one of the board boar took this to be beit h bean
a an atak attack upon the Mayors motves motIves and andIt andIt
it It was wa so o referred upn to in Tl TlMr Til TilE SUN SUNMr SUNMr
Mr Morse Iore rrere says in his letter lettr that this thi was wasnot wa wasnot
not tho construction constructon sy which hlch should have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben placed upon the section seton of his com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint plae referred to and assert that he did didnot didnot didnot
referre ner3
not intend to attack atak or question uOton in any anyway anya anyway
way a the motives molhe of the Mayor lsor Further Furthermore Frther FrtherI Furthermore ¬
more he said saidI saidI
I did not intend to intimate Intmae that thatyou thatyou thatyou
I you had had any private negotiations Dgotaton with withtho wlh wlhIhe withthe
the railroad rirod company or had obtained obtainedfrom oblae obtainedfrom
compny
from froU or been beln promised promis by them any per perj persorial
pr prI
j Fonal advantage to yourself YOlrel or that tht in ini Inconducting
i conducting conductnj or participating prticipting in the nego negotiations negotiatons negotiations
tiations in behalf I hllr of tho city you had been beeni bn bnat
i tiatons at all al influenced Infuence by personal pronal considers conslderaI cOUlder considerstions
I tionH tionHMr tlonHI tionsMr
Mr Ir Morse Iore says BI1 that he made mae substan substantially substantially ubtn ubtnUnl ¬
I tially Unl this statement tntlrent to one of the reporters reportersafter rprtl reportersafter
after the meeting meting intending lnLndlng to correct correcti corrt corrtj correctwhat
i j what seemed to be b an erroneous eronoul irhpres Impre Impreesion
1 sion on Ieme the part of certain certan Aldermen Aldermenwhich Aldermenwhich Aldermenwhich
which showed howe nn In entire entr misapprehension misapprehensionof
of his formal protest against the elevation elevationof elevaton elevatonor
I of tho tracks tracksThe trDb trDbTe tracksThe
The Te construction conftrctlon placed plac upon the lan language lanI langilago ¬
I guage used l by Mr Ir Morse upn in his formal formalcomplaint forml formlcomplant formalcomplaint
complaint complant gago e filed fe the thp publication publicaion of which whichcaused whic whichcaused
caused offence ofenC to Mayor Andrus Mr llr Morse Morsesays Morsesays Iore Ioretays
cause
says tays would ould in nil ni probability prbabity have havebeen been bn car corrected cr crrtE carrected ¬
rected rtE at tho meeting meting had ha he been bn permitted permittedto permite
to make a I verbal verballlatement statement in reply rply to the thechar thecharge i icharge
charge char e made mde by one of the Aldermen Alderen that thathe thathe thatho
he had attacked atacke tho motives motive of the Mayor MayorMr MayorMr IayorIr
Mr Ir Morse asked Mke permission prmfBion to reply to t this thisintending thisIntending thisintending
intending to correct corrt this false fale impression impressionat Ilprlon
at ohcc ohc but but on motion of the Aldermen Aldermenthe
the privilege prvlege was denied denie to him he says saysMr saysMr
Mr Ir Morse lon aid yt Ylteray yesterday terday that he Intended Intendedto Intende sa1
to show showbv by by his protest prtest on this particular particularpoint particularpointthiat Jarlclar Jarlclarpoint
point pointthiat that ho was WA opposed OppOe to a 1 bridge brd e and anda andgrde
a grade grde crossing crpsing and ad was not attacking attackingthe atacking atackingtho attackIngthe
the manner in which which the provision prlllon for such suchcame suchcame suchcame
came to be in the plans plansI plan
I have the highest regard re af1 for Mayor MayorAndrus MayorAndrus layorAndrs
Andrus Andrs Mr 11 Morse sold lld yesterday yolray and andwould andwould andwould
would bo the lost person in In the world to toimpute toimpute toimpute
impute to him any Inv motive motve pron except exclpt the high highof hl highcet h hNt
Nt cet integrity In this mater matter A As a mater materof matter matterof
of fact he would be b better beter off ol if the railroad railroadwas rlrad rlradas
was as left as Mlt It is today tay so IO far as 8 his property propertyis prpry prpryil
is il IA concerned < In order to preserve prBere his hisright hisrlht hisright
right rlht onrrne of way WiY the company orer has made me this thisprovision thisprolslon thisprovision
provision for a bridge brdge to which in the theinterests theItefts theinterests
interests Itefts of my client clent chien4 I am opposed be becoimo b because
cause caufo of the noise caused cau8 by the oppe trains trainsWe trns trnsWe trainsWe
We do not 10t want ant any an bridges brdgE even if we wehave wehave
have la got ot to have the tracks trcs elevated eleatP and andto anr andto
to call cal attention atention to that tha was Wa the solo ste purpose purposeof purse purseof
of that part par of my protest upon upo n which whichthis whichthila hic
this th fnl falte false e construction cMtnlclon was placed uJo
MRS un KELLY KELI KELIAWlLI WILL GET S3iOQ S3iOQChecks S3O S3Olrk S3WOtheekfi
Checks lrk From Baltimore DaUmoro Will Wi He 01 Given to tothe tothe tothe
the Fireman Iremlns Widow Today TotltyTwo Toay ToayT1o TodayTwo
Two T1o checks cheks for the th benefit bneft of the widow widowof
of Mark Kelly Kely the te fireman frman who whowl whowas was among amongthoso amongthOBO amongthose
those who wont from this thl city to fight fgbt tho thoBait thoBalthDor theBaltimore
Bait BalthDor Baltimore I room fire fr and who died from pneu pneumonia pneumonia pneumonia ¬
monia as a a I result tult of exposure expoRur were eM received receivedat rled rledat
at tho City Ciy Hall Hal yesterday YCteray One ne check checkwas chek cheka checkwas
was a for 11I 1800 contributed contrbute by the thl firemen firemenand frmen frmenInd firemenand
and Ind city officials ofeials of Baltimore Baltimor while wnie the theother theother theother
other which hlch was 1 for II l40o represented representedpopular rprnt representedjopular
popular subscriptions collected colect > by a I Balti Baltimore DaH Baltimore ¬
more mor newspaper newBpaperThe lewspaper lewspaperTho newspaperTIme
The money monp would have been en handed hande to toMrs tolrl toMrs
Mrs lrl Kelly Koly yesterday Istera had Mayor MaClellan MaClellannot 1o < IElan
not 101 been bn confined confne to his homo with the grip gripIt gripI
It I will wi be h given plven to her today to ay It I has hl boon boonnuggostcd boenII beensuggested
suggested II gMlrd to the thl Mayor that tat it itwould would woud per perhaps pr prhaps perhiLts ¬
haps bn wiser to appoint olnt a committee commite to toinvest tohlrft toinvest
invest hlrft the money mono for 1P Mrs Mr Kelly Ke1ln in view of oftho otIhl ofthe
the Ihl fact that she has ha had had no business buein0 ex experience experience oxperience ¬
perience Private Prvato Secretary Srtar OBrien OBren said saidthnt sd sdthlt saidthat
that thlt the Mayor Maor felt fel t that as 1 the money had hadbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben subscribed Hubsrol for her without wihout conditions conditionsit oondltols oondltolsIt
it was Wi his duty to transfer tralCer it to her without withoutrestrictions wihout wihoutret withoutrestrictions
restrictions ret rlctons of of any kind kindCourt lndCnurt kindCourt
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And for tomorrow Inmorow 250 Nos o 279 2D 2 751 2S1 2K 2I frJ 5 53 284 2 2I 2 28 28and I
MC1RlBN 1 RllENtVI1TS VI l TSMlD MAOOO MAOOOWITh 001 001WITH
WITH NAMES NAM S OF F CANDIDATES CANDIDATESFOtt CANDIDATESPOR
pole HAOOEnTYS IIAGOE TlS JOB JOBNo JonNO JoilNo
No Announcement nnODnCCm nl of Appointments Applntm nt tntll tntllApril Unt VntiiApril
April Apri I Perh P PerloapsConhiiiissioner rlaJComllsloner pt Commissioner Pre Preferia Preter Pretars
feria tars a A Jiln Man Jan Who bo It Net a Iilitrlct IilitrlctIeader Istrlct IlstrietLeaderIlazen
1 LeaderIlazen Ieader lderlarn Hazcn In Cowans Place PlacePolice PJlee1 PJlee1Polce PlacePolice
Police Polce Commissioner Cmlloner MoAdoo MoAdo said late lateyesterday lateYjstorday lateyestotday
yesterday Yjstorday afternoon aftroon that ho had not yet yetdecided yetdeide yetdecided
decided deide on a successor luccer for Deputy Com Commissioners Commlloners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners mlloners Haggerty Hggerty and Cowan CowanI Cwan CwanIt
I It it > will mi probably prbably be h the 1st of April Aprilbefore Apri Aprilbefore 1 1Ths
before hroro I announce aouce my selections sletons ho said saidThis sd saidThis
This Ths was a after atr Senator Patrick H McCar McCarren McCarren Mc Car Carren
ren had ha called cale on Mr MoAdoo and pre presented presnte presented ¬
sented snte the names of Former Tax Ta Ta Commis Commissioner Cmms Cmmssioner Commisabner ¬
sioner Arthur Arhur C Salmon Saton former Sheriff SheriffWilliam Sherll SheriffWilliam
William WIlam E Melody and former Bridge BridgeCommissioner BridgeCommissioner rdge rdgeComssioner
Commissioner Comssioner John L Shea as 8 candidates candidatesto I
to t succeed sucee Haggerty who was wa removed removedby remove removedby
by Mr McAdoo over a week wek ago agoIt agoI agoIt
It I is not known know just what wht names are areunder areunder areunder
under consideration con lderatlon in selecting sletng a successor successorfor succeSr succeSrror successorfor
for Third Deputy Cowan Cwan who resigned resignedThere religned relignedhere resignedThere
There here was a a well wel defined defne rumor around aroundMulberry arund arundMulbery aroundMulberry
Mulberry Mulbery street yesterday yesterdy that the new newThird newThlrdDeputywoutd newThirdDeputy
Third ThlrdDeputywoutd ThirdDeputy Deputy would be William Wilam P Hozen Hozenwho Hen Henwho Haxenwho
who was Chief of the United Unie States Secret SecretService Seret SeretService SecretService
Service for many mny years yers Mr Hazen knows knowsMrMoAdoo know81r knowsMrNcAdoo
MrMoAdoo 1r MoAdoo The Commissioner COnml8loner would wouldonly wouldonly wouldonly
only say that Mr Hazens Hzens name had been beenmentioned beenmentone beenmentioned
mentioned to him himItegardlng himlgardlng himRegarding
mentone Regarding Senator Snatr MoCarrens McCarens visit visitCommissioner visitCnunlfloner visitCommissioner
Commissioner McAdoo said saidI sld sldI
Cnunlfloner I told Senator Snatr McCarren fcCen that the first firstand fst fstad firstand
and ad main mai thing and ad In I fact the only con consideration considerton consideration ¬
sideration was that I should got the very ver verbest ery erybst
best siderton men for wa the vacancies aaldM in New York Yorkad Yor Yorand lorkand
and ad bst me Brooklyn and ad that everything everthlg else elsewould e ewould elsewould
would Drkly be secondary sondary to that that I should shouldgive shouldgive shouldgive
give the h recommendation reommedaton consideration considerationwith conAlderaton conAlderatonwith considerationwith
with reference refornc to the gentlemen gentemen named namedthat name namedthat
that the two tn vacancies vacies would be filled fled on onthe onthe onthe
the same principle and that the Demo Democratic Democratc Democratic ¬
cratic sme organization in New York had given givenme givenme
cratc me a free orgalzaton fre hand In making maig my selection selectionand slrctlon slrctlonad selectionand
and ad had not ot In I any wise wis attempted to in interfere Inlerrere interfere ¬
terfere with lth my choice choiceHe choic choiceHe
He asked Mke hie Ie if the fact rat of the recom recommendations recommendatons recommendations ¬
mendations being made by the Democratic Democraticorganization Demortc Demortcorgallaton Democraticorganization
mendatons big
organization of Kings county couty or the ad adwere additonal additional
orgallaton ditonal ditional fact that Kig some of thos those naed naedwere named namedwere
districts districtsand dtrlctad districtsand
were leaders leader in their respective respthe
and ad active actIe members membrR of the organization organizationwould orgaiaton orgaiatonwould organizationwould
would bo b a I bar to their selection lecton to which whichI
I replied that none of these considerations considerationswould considerationsould considerationswould
would ould teple be b a bar to the selection leton of the > man manI ma
I thought best b t fitted fted for the place plae that thatI
I had a fixed idea as to the character and andstanding andAtandlg aridstanding
fxe
standing Atandlg of the men who ought to t be h se selected s Selected ¬
lected Ilte and ad that I wanted wantd the Brooklyn BrooklynDeputy DrooklynDoputy BrooklynDeputy
Deputy to t be b free rre in aiding adig me to give to toBrooklyn toBrooklyfl
Brooklyn the best possible police govern ¬
menti ment mentArer < 4After
i After Arer his hil interview interiew with the Commls Commlssioner Cmls Cmlsslonlr Cornmlssioner
sioner slonlr Senator SIcCarren lcarren said saidI
I i asked the commissioner cmls loner if he would wouldbar wouldbar wouldbar
bar a Mke district leader leer from the place plac Ho Hosaid Helald Hosaid
said lald he wasnt ant In favor of the selection selectionof sleton sletonor
of a district leader leaer because beus he thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that a district leader leder would be handicapped handicappedIn
In his work ork by bythl8 this very fact Cact Mr lr McAdoo McAdoofurther McAdoofurther lcA oo oorurther
further stated however that if a district districtleader district districtleader
leader possessed pOs state d every qualification qualfcaton for forthe Corthe forthe
the office omc he might m ht consent connt to appoint appoint one oneThe oneThe oneThe
The Commissioner Comisioner asked Iked me about all allof al allof
of tho three thrl men Melody lelOy Shea and Salmon Salmonand Salmonand Salmonand
and I told him a lot about abOll them thll I told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him that all al three were er6 qualified quulfed to fill filltho fl fillthe
the place and that Salmon wasnt a district districtlender districtleaer districtleader
lender plce Ho said sid that he knew Shfia Sh hav having havIn haylug ¬
lug leaer In been ben Io personally pernaly acquainted with him himfor himCor himfor
for some sOle time Melody llelody nnd Salmon ho hodoesnt hedOOnt liedoesnt
doesnt dOOnt know knowSenator knowSenator knowSenator
Senator McCnrren then explained e plalne that his hisvisit hisIslt hisvisit
visit Islt was not ofhis hiB own volition oUton but that thathe thathe thathe
he was va war selected sollo ot at the meeting metng of the Brook Brooklyn Brok Brokly Brook1n ¬
lyn Democratic Dlmortlc organization on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night ly to act as O a committee commite of one to waft waftupon waltupon waitupon
upon Commissioner Cmml8loner McAdoo and present presentthe prrent prrentthe presentthe
the three thre names namesXq name nameQ namesNfl
Xq Q SIGN 1 OF REXEWED REXEJ1D HVILDrXG HVILDrXGNecoUatlon IWJDl BtJIlDIGNegouations G GNp
NecoUatlon Np oUUons With nlh the Strikers Strlk rs at an End EndMillion EndUt EndMlill
Million Mlill Ut rs rii In I Wages asl Lost LostContrary IA LostContrary t tCntrry
Contrary Cntrry to expectation oXI > ttlon the bricklayers bricklayersmade bricklayersmade
made mde nbrnew nom10w proposal prpoal to tho Mason Ilon Build Builders Dlld Dllder Buildcr8 ¬
ers er Association ialon yesterday yolrdynud nnd showed thowe no nosigns nosigns nosigneofyleding
signs signeofyleding of ory yielding eldlng Under UndC normal conditions conditionsin conditons conditonsin
in tho third thir week wek of March frort froi 35000 30 to
45000 450 mechanics mrchanlC are ar working in the build building buid buiding building ¬
and the number increases
ing trades IncreaR as asthe asthe
the building buiding season RMOn continues continuesPresident cntinu cntinuPrEldent continuesPresident
President PrEldent Otto Oto M EidlltB Eidlt7 of the Building BuildingTrades BuildingTrades uiding uidingTrae
Association said last lastevening lastevening
Trades Trae Employers Emploer A8ocaton 8t 8tovenlng
evening eveningWe
We have hlo done all al wo could and consider considerthat c considerthat nider niderthat
that wo have gone the full ful limit timlt The Thobricklayers Thebrcklayer Thebricklayers
bricklayers brcklayer have brought about a1out a situation situationthat sitaton sitatonthat situationthat
that that ip Ii mor more than illogical 10glcaI It I Is ridiculous ridiculousas
as 1 well welM as unfortunate unCortllale I believe helef that the therank thernk therank
rank rnk and file tll of the bricklayers bricklajer will wl take takethe takethe
the bit in their thei teeth teth and break away Iway from fromthose rromthose fromthose
those who are ro keeping them out in violation violationof Iolition IolitionoC
of the arbitration ahltrLon agreement agreement We have haveproved haveprove haveproved
proved prove that wn WI decidedto deido decided fo Htand by the thearbitration theurbltraton thearbitrat
arbitration urbltraton arbitrat ion agreement ageementan ami can go no further furtherWhat CurtherWhat fu rflmer rflmerWhat
What the board bard of governors governor will wi do when whenit
it meets met tomorrow night nl ht it is not for mo to tosay toay tosay
say ay now No negotiations negotiatorul aro going on onwith onwith
with the bricklayers
Time statement
of the bricklayers brlcklareU that Iha they the have not notordered notI notordered
ordered the strikQjts Itrllqislcul scouted < by influential influentialmember Infuental Infuentalmemhel influentialmembers
member oret memhel of the unions ul > lonH Tw They > y nay ay that 11At only onlya onlyI
I a I small smal proportion Plor orlon of the bricklayers brcklae attend attendthe atend atendthe attendthe
the meetings nlethips and Id if I a strike is Ii declared delar the thedelegate theI thedelegattts
delegate must mUlt notify notfy thoothers time others Chair Chairman Chairmen Chairman ¬
I man Finn of tho executive peulo committee commltr of oftl ortl
tl tl bricklayers br kla et unions said yratctlay that thntthe Ulatiesllkl thatthe
iesllkl the siike f i ike hail hllnot not yet ret come cme before the execu executive executive execulive ¬
tive committee cOnmltfe Hn ro 1n added addexlAnd addedAnd addedAnd
And it may not como cmo boforo boCor the execu executive exlcu exlcutc11iitP execulive ¬
live tc11iitP conimitteo either T r can see Sr no light lightahead l lightahee ht htah
ah ahee ahead t It I is tins fir fnI first > t time that I could not notunderstand notund notunderstand
understand und ftar the situation Illalon and I do not notunderstand notunderstand notunderstanml
understand it now I would wOlld not lot undertake undertaketo
to pfl predict t how it would end endAnother endAnothcr endAnother
Another official ofciallaid said that the thl bricklayers bricklayersappeared hrloklayersappr bmiokiayersappeared
appeared to bo b blindly btidly forcing forcng a 1 fight fght for forthe fortheo forthe
the appr theo open n shop A break brek would eventually eventuallytake oentualy oentualytaka eventuallytake
take place pl o oo unless unl them was WO a settlement settlementThere letUerlnt letUerlntTherl settlementThere
all of monln in the unions unionshe minionshe
There Therl are ar al sorts Aorl men unoM unoMhe
he Bald and Ir the fight fght lasts lats long enough enoughsome enoughsomo enoughsomd
some somo will wIl break away awa and a 1 stampede tlmpde to towork towork towork
work will 1 begin beginArchitects be ln lnAoplt
Architects Aoplt l are ar troubled truble by the conditions conditionsin cndiion cndiionin
in the thl building buidin trade Henry Donnelly Donnellyof Donnel
of Twentyninth ontynlnth street ltrPt and Fifth Fifh avenue avenueW avenUeW avenueW
W C Lrtwritzen lwrlzon of 7 West WCt Twentyninth Twentyninthstreet entynlnthstrct
street strct and other architects arhlrts said 1 ld they ther were werepuzzled werepuzzli weropu2zied
puzzled puzzli by the situation siuation Some of 0 them themHald themHald themsaid
Hald that plans were already alr < ady being held heldup heldup heldup
up until unti the outcome outcme of the he strike Itrke can cn ho hoseen bosrn hoseen
seen srn Another AnothEr fight fgh In the building buidln trades tradesthis trade tradesthis
this thi summer they said would be deplorable deplorableTho deplorhle deplorhleThB
The unions union have already alrNdy lost nearly 17000 7O 7oo0
000 0 in wages age up uptotle upto to the first trt day of this thi month monthSMV monthUI monthst1
SMV UI GOMrEflS HOME HOMEPorto lWEPorto I1lllPorte
Porto flee Rn Editor dlnr and a Bishop lhop Among AmongIlls Amonl AmongIlls
Ills m Fellow Felow Traveller TravellerSamuel Ta TraehlersSamuel niei nieiSamuel I
Samuel Gompers Gompl who went ent to Porto Rico Ricoto Ric Ricto Rico1cm
to organize oranze labor unions returned rturne yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day aboard ahoar the steamship Etlahip Ponce hobart Hobar hobartS
8 Bird editor eior of tho Nan an nan Jfrw 1 who whohas whohM vitohas
has been bon Imprisoned Impr one for libel lbel and has ha ap appealed ap appealed ¬
pealed Jae his hi case en to the United Unit States Stat Supreme SupremeCourt Suprme Suprmeur SupremeCourt
Court Bishop Bshop K J Cranston Crnston William Wiiam H HColwell HColwrl HColwell
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Colwell Colwrl and W V S Bowen also alfo were wer passion passengers pan panger passiongers ¬
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Aboard Aboar the Lamport Lmpor and Holt Lne Lne Lfne steam steamship steamship steamhiip ¬
ship hiip Tennyson from frm Brazilian Bmzlan ports pors was wasJos6 Wi wasJ0g4
Jos6 Joso Carlos Crlol Carvalho Cnalbo Brazilian r7lah commis commissioner ommls ommlsIlo commissloner ¬
sioner Ilo er to the St StLus Louis exposition who whobrings whobrngs whobrings
brings a consignment of exhibits which hlch he hesays hes1 hesays
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says will wi exceed exce in value any an others ethel from fromSouth frm frmSouth fromSouth
South s1 America AmericaMiners Amercn AmercnIllr AmericaIiners
Miners Illr Rare DIP Scale Signed KlRncdINDIANAPOLIS ll SignedINDIANAPOLiS ne
INDIANAPOLIS INDANArOLls March Marh 21 21llprJnta 21llprJntathos 21Iiepresenta 21Iiepresentalives Representa Representatives ¬
lives from rr m the miners and andopralor operators met metat metat metat
at the thl headquarters cf the United Mine MineWorkers MineWorkerA MinoWorkers
Workers of America hero today tccay and signed signedthe sined sinedthe signedthe
the wage scale sale upcn which hlch the miners minersvoted mlner minersvoted
voted last week wek Several Sveral union differences differenceswere difrences difrenceswere differenceswere
were adjusted without < ihouL trouble troubleJ
1 W Y Colt Hal Appendicitis AppendicitisJ Aplndlcll AplndlcllJ
J W Colt Clt the leading owner O1ncr of steeple stoeplechaao stple stplecha steeplechase
chase cha racehorses rohon in this country cunlry is In the theNew theNe theNew
New Ne York Hospital HOptl awaiting awaiing an operation operationfor oprton oprtonfor
for appendicitis appndlclue He was removed rmoo from fromhis Irm Irmhis fromhis
his apartments last lat night and will wH b b be oper operated opr operated ¬
ated aprtentl on In a few days daj daysi
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expensive it doesnt paybecause paybecauseit pay because becauseit
it makes no impression on the thepublic thepublc thepublic
public publc The victims of one in insertion insertion insertion ¬
sertion are numerous and be because because because ¬
cause the public pu blc could not be in influenced infuenced influenced ¬
fluenced fuenced by byone one little ltte notice they theyconclude theyconcude theyconclude
conclude concude that advertising advertsing doesnt doesntpay doesntpay doesntpay
pay and that it is a waste wate of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money Andrew Van an Bibber of ofCincinnati ofCincnnat ofCincinnati
Cincinnati Cincnnat tells tels this story storyI
I have a friend fiend in i this thi city ctyan an old oldschoolmate oldcholmatewho oldschoolmatewhohad
schoolmate schoolmatewhohad cholmatewho who had only 12000 U 000 For Forten Forten Forten
ten months he spent J 1000 a month in inadvertising inadveriing inadvertising
advertising adveriing without wihout profit proft He made up
his hi mind to let the te tail ta go with ih the hide hideand hideand hideand
and stuck to it with wih his hi last lat 2000 and andon andon andon
on that S2000 2000 his profits profu began and he is isnow isnow isnow
now one of ofour our ou solid sold citizens ctizen What would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have become of him if he had lacked laced that thatIan thatlas thatlast
Ian las 2000 does not matter now Very Verymany Verymay Verymarty
many advertisers advert era dig dg a cellar ceUa and proceed proceedno
no further fte with their thei building buildingThe buldng buldngThe buildingThe
The beginner who has not notmuch notmuch notmuch
much to spend can cover the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country with one medium mediumTHE mediumTHELADIES mediumTHELADIES THE THELADIES
LADIES HOME JOURNAL J OURNALJ with withits withits withits
its million miion circulation circulationExperienced circulationExperienced
crculaton crculatonExperienced
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tell tel you that THE LADIES HOME HOMEJOURNAL HOMEJOURNAL HOMEJ
JOURNAL J OURNAL not only covers the theground theground theground
ground but that it has made mademore madcmore mademore
more advertising advertsing successes than thanany thanany thanany
any other publication
Many a prospective adver advertiser a advertiser ver vertiser ¬
tiser objects to the price priesix priesixdolars pricesix pricesixdollars six sixdollars
dollars dolars a line lne It I is a waste wate of ofmoney ofI
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in small smal doses perhaps or for a asingle asingle asingle
single trial to see what will wi come comeof comeof comeof
of it It I would be a waste of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money to begin with a whole wholepage wholepage wholepage
page You must get the con confidence confdence confidence ¬
fidence fdence of our readers by repeated repeatedinsertions repeatedinserions repeatedinsertions
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THE CURTIS PUBLISHING PUBLSHIIG COMPANY COMPANYPHILADELPHIA COMPAIY COMPAIYPHILDLPHI COMPANYPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIANONSTRIKERS PHILDLPHI PHILDLPHIla PHILADELPHIASaw
la Saw You 1010 biTes CI CsrAGo CsrAGoNONSTRIKERS G GNONSTRIKERS
NONSTRIKERS FOR THE FAIR FAIRCOXCESSIOXERS FAI FAICOCESSIO FAIRCOCLSSIOSERS
COXCESSIOXERS COCESSIO IRj WONT PAY ST STLOUIS STIoms STLOUIS
LOUIS UNION lOV WAGES WAGESHiring J WAOESluring AGESHlrhll
Hiring Independent Ind lndent Workers orker Here lere Under UnderContracts Undlr UndlrContrcts UnderContracts
Contracts Contrcts That 1at Dar Strikes ltrlkl StrIkesTIme StrIkesTImeMayors The TheMayors Thelaorl
Mayors laorl Marshal larala Visits 118 haits the New Ne York YorkEmployment YorkI YorkEnmplonient
Employment I Agency Krney and 0 K Ks It ItSomebody I ISomeboy ItSomebody
Somebody Someboy complained complaine to the Mayors Mayorsmarshal Mayorsmarhal Mayorsmarshal
marshal marhal a few days day ago that a company companydoing compay compaydoing companydoing
doing an employment employent agency business busines In InRoom InRm inRoom
Room Rm 46 World Building Buiding was 8 taking one onedollar onedolar onedollar
dollar dolar fees fe from applicants applonts for work under underthe underthe underthe
the concessioners at the St Louis
conce sloner Luis Expo Exposition Exp Exposition ¬
sition and refusing rrUlng to give g e the money back backon bak bakon backon
on demand demandClaotnno demandGaetno demandOnotano
Claotnno Gaetno Damnto Daat the marshals mahall chief chiefwent cbletwent chiefwent
went to the agency which is an incorporated incorporatedconcern Incorrte incorporatedconcern
concern with wih offices ofc also in Chicago Cicago and andSt andSt andSi
St Louis Lui put up his hi dollar dolar and made appli application appl application ¬
cation caton for a job as a waiter waLr He gave his hisright hlRrgbt hisright
right rgbt name and address adr s and said sad that he hocould hecould hecould
could speak epak several serl languages language Then he heatked honalied
atked ke Tyler McGregor who is In charge chargeof chago chagoot
of tho office what time ho could get the thojob thejob thejob
job On being told that he would have to towait 10wait towait
wait until unti April Aprl U Oamato said he couldnt couldntdo i ido 1do
do It and asked Iked for his money back It Itwas Ita Itwas
was a promptly returned roture to him himThen himThen himThen
Then he told who he le was wa and ad invited invitedMcGregor Invlle invitedMcGregor
McGregor fcOrfgor over to t < tho City Cty Hall to put up a abond abond abond
bond ol 01 SIO 1000 required rquir of employment Implolent agen agencicawhich acn acnclehlch agencieswhich
cicawhich clehlch hn hedld did through Lhrugh a surety urty company
He also filed fl1 an application applcaton for a license licensewhich lcen licensewhich
which McGregor did not not suppose was wasnecessary wa wasnecessary
necessary n < essr in turnlshlng lurlhlng labor labr suppse to employ employers emploer ¬
ers er in St Louis Luil Damat Damato said 8d that tho thoMcGregor theMeUrror thoMcirogor
McGregor MeUrror concern conCr was wa well el rated rte in Brad BradHtreets Bra Bradstreets
streets Ilrlts and that ho heould would take no action ation in intho InIho Inthe
the matter matterMcGregor Innttr InnttrMcGrgor InatterMcGregor
McGregor McGrgor frankly declared delar that tho ob object objot obJoel ¬
Joel jot of his hit company was to furnish furieh to the theSt the8t theSt
St Louis Luis exposition rxpsilon concessioners concelonem musi musicians muslcall musiclans ¬
clans cooks waiters waier clerks and other otherworking otherworking otherworking
call working folk at wages waO below blow the exorbitant exorbitantrates exorbiant exorbiantratO exorbitantrates
rates ratO demanded demande by the St Louis Luis unions unionswhich unlon8which unionswhich
which are ar away above the normal nonl union unionrates unon unonral unionrates
rates rateswhether ral
ralWe We do not not cr care Mr Mcrgor McGr9gor fld fldwhether said saidwhether
whether the applicants applcat for work are ar union unionor
or nonunion We Vo require rrulr them to sign a acontract acntract acontract
contract cntract that tat they will 1i not take tae part In Inany Inanv inany
any any strike Itrkn during durng the fair rar and that tat they theywill tblY tblYwil theywill
will wil not antagonize atagonize the interests Intersts of their theirlogmen theiremptoyem theiremployers
employers We wat want Independent work workIngen worklogmen
logmen Ingen and women wonl Mr Scraps Sraps presi prsi prsident president ¬
dent of the concessioners concssionei writes wrie to me methat methat methat
that they cannot cnot afford to have their theirbusiness thrlrhusln theirhmuslness
business husln < imperilled Imperie aor by b strikes strke or threats threatstake trat threatsof
or strikes trkf He Is rrad ready to tln sign cntracts cntractstake contracts contractstake
take nono but independent labor and he hesays hesaY8 hesays
says that tnt the Tony Faust Restaurant Restaurt Com Company ComPM Cornpany ¬
pany PM will wi be willing vling to do likewise lkewise All Allapplicants Annpplonts Allapplicants
npplonts applicants for work who sign a seven sevenmonths 8eenmonths sevenmonths
months contractwill Cltrt contract wi will get pet free fre transporta transportation Iralporta Iralportaton transpcrtntion ¬
tion to St Louis Luis Those working less les than thanthat thal thatmthat
ton that time will bo sent there ther at reduced reducedrates reducedrates
tme wi reuc
rates ratesThe rate ratesThe
The printed prnte forms rora of the concerns cncms con contracts contract contracts ¬
tracts tract with wit applicants apploants for work require requirethe reuire reuirethe requirethe
the applicant applct to pay hlsjftrst hle trt weeks salary salaryto alar
to tho concern cncr if i he gets eta a Job Work also alsomay alro alromay alsomay
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workmen workmerievcry every eEry one of ofthem pfthem ofthem
them a master of his craft craftIt craftI
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which characterize charact rize those thosemade tho thosemade e emade
made to measure So Somuch Somuch Somuch
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Eightyseven per cent of ofall oJ ofall
all al the top coats that we wehave wehae wehave
have sold did not require requirea
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them readyforservice readyforservicethat readyforse1ice readyforse1icethat
that is the effect efect Does Doesit
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New Styles StylesCheviot StylesCheviot StylesCheviot
Cheviot Waists WaistsIn
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before A most serviceable sericeable stylish 6 llh and andenduring andenduring andenduring
enduring Waist They hold their tne shape shapeexceedingly shapeexceedingly shapeexceedingly
exceedingly well wel ad and nd are thorougbly good goodform goodform goodform
form of ofA
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immense variety varety of omnew new weaves weves In I white whiteblack whie whieblc whiteblack
black blc and white whi colon colonThey color colorsThey
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John Forsythe ForsytheTHE
THE WAIST HOUSE r rS65
865 Broadway 17th and 18th Street StreetSend StrelS StrelSSend SfreetSend
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Waist Waists and Suits Suitsilssion Suit Suitmission Suitsmission
mission basis the worker agreeing arlng to pay
tie the he concern cncm a certain certan proportion prporton of orhhl orhhlwages 18Y his hisages hiswages
wages ages every ever week By a contract cntrat with wt the theonceesioners te tecnc0ioner theconcessloners
onceesioners cnc0ioner who may ma employ applicants applicantsho appUcats appUcatstho 1
the ho concern Is sure of getting geting ite Its ta money moneyrom
from rom the tht latter latterMcGregor later laterMcrgor latterMcGregor
McGregor Mcrgor says that he has ZSOgenulne ZSOgenulneplications 25genuin 25Ggenuineapplications
applications applcatons for work and ad that not not one of ofno ortho ofthe
the no applicants aplcatR has hl demanded demade his hi dollar dollarlack dolar dolarhak dollar150k
lack hak Ho believes bele that the concessioners concessionersfill cncionei
wi fill get as l many workers worker as 1 they thlY may mayiced mayne mayneed
iced ne at reasonable raonahle wages wagesLITHOGRAPHERS waFe waFeUrHOGRtPlEI1 wagesLITIIOI7D1
LITHOGRAPHERS UrHOGRtPlEI1 LITIIOI7D1 PIIEI1S DEADLOCKED DEADLOCKEDemployers DEtDLOtKD DEtDLOtKDEmplnprs DEADLOCKEDEmployers
employers Say Sa Their 1lllr Customers 1 tomrr Will nl Gtur Gturantne Gwr CuarsanIse
anIse ant f Them Thri n Fighting FhUnK Fond FondA fndDevcrloy
A Boverloy Smith manager mnager of the e Em Emiloying E E8ploying
ploying lithographers Association Aloclaton East Eastidmitt Et Etadmite Eastadmitted
admite admitted idmitt d yesterday yetErday that the te men were apt nptIgnlng npl aptsigning
signing the arbitration arbitraton agreement and that thatlearly thatnearl thatnearly
nearly nearl all allthogaphing lithographing plants were wer idle idleWe IdleWe idleWe
We have been bln asked Bike by our customers customersrom cetomer cetomerfrom castotherfrom
from rom all al parts prt I of the country cuntr npt npt to 1 t m yield yeld yeldhe yieldhe
he 10 said They want to have the matter matterought mattr mattrfought matterfought
fought out to Insure stable conditions conditionshey f
They hey are ready and have offered toraisoa toraisoafund lo raise a aund
fund und to assist us financially if necessary necessaryn
in n keeping up the fight fightMr fightMr
Mr Smith said that report from Chicago Chicagohat Chicagothat
hat the union had gained Its point there therort therewere
were rt > re officially denied by the firms Th Thwo The Thetwo
two wo firms in this city whoso men were wereforking woreworking
forking had not entered into the move movetpiit moveInetit
tpiit for an arbitration agreement agreementJohivJamesoA agreementi agreementJohnjamesofl
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with ordinary run of ofwhiskeys ofwhiskeys
whiskeys It is a malt maltnot maltnot
not a blended whiskey whiskeyand whisktyand
and cannot be doctored doctoredTIFFANY doctoredTIFFANY
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An Easier Exhibition of ofVASES ofVASES
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LAMPS OF BRONZE with withFAVR1LE withFAVRILE
FAVR1LE GLASS SHADES SHADESDESK SHADESDESK
DESK FURNISHINGS IN INGLASS INGLASS
GLASS AND METAL with withmny withmany
many other ornamental ornamentaland
and artistic furnishings
333 lo 341 Fourth Ave AveONE AveON
ONE ON BLOCK EAST OF OFMADISON OFMADISON5QUAR
MADISON MADISON5QUAR SQUARE
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