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HIS HI FOLLOWERS IN NEW EW JERSEY JERSEGET JERSEY JERSEYGET JERSEYGET
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necolkr nesar Convention ConventIonUproar onnntonUproir Uproar FroiStart Prom Fom FomStat Promrnet
Start Stat to Ptnlih FnllhTe FinishThe The Klckrrf 1rn AI AAO AAOEJr tJo tJoElect o oElect
Elect EJr t Their TeIr l Utlecatn > fleic t to St lioiiti lioiitiTRENTON LIII LIIITEON Lo tu tuThETo
TRENTON TEON N J April Aprl UIfWiltlam UIWllamR UIWllamRHt K KHeant REeamt
Heant Ht count eount on any material matrial nupport nupportfrom lupport lupportfr RupportfromNew
from fr fromNew New Jersey Jerey Jorooyin in his hI fight fghtforthe f fortho or the Presi Presidential PII PIIdental Proetdenttal ¬
dential dental nomination ho must mut rely rly upon upn tho thonotion to tonton thuaott
aott notion n taken taen today tday by a rumpconvcntlon rumpconvcntlonof rmpconv ton tonof
of nton Democrats Dmortllemble assembled after afer the regular regularState rglar rglarStat rogularStitte
State Stat convention cncnton had adjourned At the theregular therflar theregular
regular convention conventonMr Mr Hearst Hert lioar succoeded succoededin oOe oooeded oooededIn
rflar in I landing lading one delegate out of a I possible possibletwentyfour pOlble pOlbletentyrour poeetbletwentyfour
twentyfour tentyrour though tlougb even this thi tht claim la ladisputed I ta tadietiuted
disputed dllliute by some Imo of the Democrat Demot of tho thodistrict thedItr1 I
ditct dItr1 district t Tho regular rgll convention cnenton scarcely scarcelycame scrly scrlycame ecaroelycame
came up to expectations expttolin in point pint of disorder disorderthough dlrer dlrerto dteordertho
though tho gh h several assault aut and d battery batte charges chargeshandling chrse chzrgeeare
ar are to thrtene tIreatened sever as the lult reeult of eome r ruJb ruJbhadlng rough roughhanditeg
handling hadlng received rve by Hearat Hent delegate delegatewho dee delegUIIwho
who claim clam that they were er refused rfue admit admittance amt amttanc wlmtttanco ¬
tance tanc to the hall hallFrom hal hailFrom
From beginning bglnnlnl to t end the anti antiHearst at antiHearst
Heart Hearst delegates delegate had ha the upper uppr bond hd The Theminority Te Teminority Theminority
minority had no voice voic whatever whatver In I the pro proceedings procdig procecdings ¬
ceedings The convention was wai called to toorder toorder toorder
cdig conventon ce
order by William Wllam B Gourley Gourleyof of Paterson Patersonwho Patron Patronwho Patereonwho
who Introduced Introuced as W temporary temprlY chairman chairmanRichard ohalrmn ohairmanRichard
Richard Rcr V Llndabury Llndbur well wel known know as 1 o a acorporation acrprton acorporation
corporation crprton lawyer In the State Stt Mr MrLindabury MrLindabury
Lindabury Llndabur In addressing addrlng the convention conventiondenounced cometon cometonden conventiondenounced
denounced den unced trusts trsts and ad corporations corpratons gen generally generolr generaily ¬
erally erallyAfter erolr erolrAfer erailyAfter
After Afer a recewi r8 rece the committee cmmtte on ore credentials orednntlal oredantials ¬
dentials dnntlal seated all al the antiHearst antHelt delegates delegatesfrom delegale delegakafrom
from froi the dintricts diHtrcts in which there were wer con contestfi cn cnte contest
test te and the others otler Were ore prevented prevent by byforce byforo byforce
force foro from entering the hall hal From Frm start startto etartto tr
to finish the coventlon cventon was wa In an uproar uproarwhich uproarhtch prar prarhlch
fnish
which hlch gave Mr Lindnbury Indbury an unlimited unlimitedopportunity unlmitd unlmitdopporurlty unlimitedopportunity
opportunity opporurlty to make what the Hearst Holt men menafterward menaferard menaFtrward
afterward aferard branded brnded as I gng law rulings rulingsThe rlng rulingsThe
The convention cnetlon eventually eventualy selected llete tho thofollowing thofolowlnl thofollowlngdeIegate
following followlngdeIegate delegates at largo lre James Jam Smith SmithJr SmithJr SmithJr
Jr folowlnl of Ewsex EMx Robert Hobn David Iavll of Hudson Hudsonarrow Hudln HudlnJobMlon IludnJobnaton
JobMlon Cornllh Cornhh or Warren Howard Howardlarow howardCarrow
larow Carrow arrow of Camdon Cadon alternates aterale at large largeNelson largeein largeNelaon
Nelson ein Y Dungan of o Somerset Somerot E E Urotid Urotidcup Grot Uroecup
cup of Gloucester Ooucelh r Robert S Woodruff Woodrt of ofMercer ofIeir ofMercer
Mercer Ieir end David Crater Crter of Moiimouth Moiimouthrirst Monouth Monouth1nt MoninouthEirt
rirst 1nt district delegates delegalf V h illlam llal 1111am J JThompson JThompn JThompeon
Thompson Thompn of Camden C mden and aid James Jaes Strimple Strimplerif Strimpleor
rif ff Salem Saem Second Sond district M < A Devlne Devlneof Dvie Dvieof Devineof
of Atlantic Atato City and B Frank Fak Heyrs Hey of ofman atBrdetw ofBridgetowri
Brdetw Bridgetowri Third dlHtrlct Fdwad Edward Fr FrnWI Fur Furman
man of Middlesex Middlex and ad 0 8 1 Bogardus Bgardus of ofMphmouth oflo ofMonmouti
Mphmouth Monmouti lo mouth Jourth rOlrth district iltlct Charles Chale H HGallagher HG IIGallagher
G Gallagher lagher of Amrcer lHm er and Alvah A Clark Clarkof83inerpot Clarke1rBmPI01 ClarkIfS3tfleFOt
of83inerpot e1rBmPI01 Fifth Fifh district distict Jamas J me 0 Con Connolly Connotr Confolly ¬
folly notr of Union Un on aud De D Witt Itt C Flanagan Flanaganof
of Morris lorl Sixth district William Wilam Flaag B Gour GourIcr Gur Gurley Gourtoy
toy of Passalc and ad George Grlo Zimmerman Zirmenna of ofr ofRgn ofRergn
Rergn Sventh Seventh district John R It HaNin HaNinlId Hardin Hardinad
lId ad Rgn r > d I a ae ire re f T I Fells Fels of EWWJT FIr Eighth Egbth die district d dietriot ¬
trict trct Gottfried Gotfried Krueger and James Jame R Nu NuKoutof NuIent Nugentof
Koutof Ient of Essor 1 Niiitli illl iitii uistrict Iitrict Dr ixiuls Luis f fuonohue 1 i itoiaohuo
uonohue 1olohuo and ald John Mehl hh Jr of Hudson HudsonTenth Hudsontnth Hudsonrenth
Tenth tnth district John Mulllnn 1lull and E A S SI Srewl SLewi
I rewl Lewi wis of Cf Hudson HudsonMr ludlI HudsonMr
Mr Jr Zimmerman Zimmera of the Sixth district districtis districtI
is I the only one accredited Rcrlf with being bell ft ftHearst a
Hearst He4t representative rprenttve His Hif selection seleion was wasdue WR weadue
due to t an understanding undtrtadlng by which Bergen Bergencounty Brgen Brgencut Bergencounty
county cut carried caried by Hearst Hent should Ihould have havetho havethe havethe
the selection leleton of one of the th two delegates delegatesfrom delegat delegateefrom
from frm the te district districtWithin ditric districtWithin
Within an hour after ater the te regular r con conlelr cn cnenton conventfon
ventfon enton ha had ajoure adjourned te the Het Hearst pple pplejateT people peoplegathered
gathered iD convention and expresmed their theirtheir
cnventon exre teir teirfhtlr
fhtlr their jateT lelr views In the following folowing resolutions resolutionsWhereat rlutonf reeolutionelVheretTa
Whereat Whe n the te Democrats Demoorat of Sew Jersey Jentycomenton In Inconvention Inconvention
convention comenton assembled 8lemble protest pro t against aaalnst the theunjuftt the1nJILt theunJtLt
unjuftt 1nJILt undemocratic undemocratc and Ind outrageous outraeeus action actionof aeton aetonef netlonof
of the convention cnnnton representing repreentnl trust tn1tl rail railroads ral railroads ¬
roads rodl and corporate crprat Interests ItrMt that rammed rammedcratlo rammedand
Ind and Jamme jammed throulh through at tht th relula rerutar rmme Dtmo Demo DemoraUc
cratlo rate convention convtnton a a set lt of delegates dleeatN who are areand aren areend
and n nd have hl ve been acting actinA for the Interest IntertIt op opposed oppoed ¬
posed to t tothe the party of Jefferson Jtlenn and have bUl been beenIn benn beentn o
roer In n the part at and par are Ir now no noting1 IcUnl ectIn a as s agents 1t of oftho atthe
tho te Republican RepubJ Pltl cal party therefore thertfor be It ItHetolrul Itntolr itldsOjVd o
Hetolrul That Thl rarty we the Democratic DEmorUo deleolp dele delerntPi daleratequitho
ratequitho rntPi olp ntolr of the Stnte of o ofNew New ew J Je Jerey t do J JMeiroteflntlarBe herebY herebYratv herebyrati4
ratv rati4 thl the dlle delegates of the ConlAlonal ConlAlonalttld loopresalonal loopresalonalttietiri
ttietiri ttld iampd and procesd t to elft elect f01r f01rrIAntEnHnut four fourdelAiitent
rIAntEnHnut delAiitent MeiroteflntlarBe nnml Iarrc to fittingly ftnlb proeo represent Jprttut the theDemocratic theDEmOrutc theDemocratic
Democratic DEmOrutc party at St HI Louis LouisThese Luis LuisT LoutsThese
These T delegatpsntlargft delpgateat1rg wen wel elected electedJoseph elete electedJoeoph
Joseph Joeph E Nowery of Camden Edward EdwardIi Fwar
Ii I Price Pc and Joseph JOlph R Buchanan Buchann of Essex Essexand Ex ExAnd Easexand
and J Clark Clak Andreas A ndl otSussex oSUlx These Thee Con Congress Congll Congross ¬
gross gll district ditrict delegates delegat were wer chosen choen First Firstdistrict Firt Firtdistrict FirstlistrictSohn
district listrictSohn John A ASmlth Smith of Camden Clden and andMayer andIayer andMayer
Mayer Nichols Nichol of Gloucester Gloucter Second Sond dis district di district ¬
trict tric John T French Frnch of Atlantic Ulnto and ad Wil William Wi VIlham ¬
liam la ham Brown of Cumberland Cumbrlnd Sixth Sllh district districtW diltrlct diltrlctWT
W WT T Johnson Johron of Sussex and John Joh Owens Owensof Owen
of Passalc P81c Seventh 8enth district dlltrlct George Gerge H HLambert HLber HLiunbert
Lambert Lber and John McDonald McDnald of Essex EssexCharles Ex ExEighth EssoxEighth
Eighth ditrict district Ekmo Elkwood Pomery Pomeroy and andChll andharlre
Charles Chll Wensel Wen l of of Essex EssexIt Ex ExIt
It was wa decided not to make mke contests contestsin contt
in the Second ond delpM Third Fourth Fifth Ninth Ninthand Ninthand Ninthand
and Tenth districts dl trct After At brief brer speeches speechesby Iph0
by Col Price Prce J R Buchanan and F B BRichmond B BRichmond
Richmond the convention adjourned adjournedIt adjoure
It I was Wa Bald Bld after ater conventon the convention nventon that It Itwas ItR Itas
was R as possible pOllble that that Mtlvllle Mlhle Harris Hrs would wouldbring wouldbrng wouldbring
bring brng an action nton against agalDt James Jam R RNugent RNugent10r Nugent Nugentfor Nugentfor
for assault lult Mr r Harris Hars Is the manager managerof mnager mnageror
of tho machine mchine works of exMayor ex1yor James JamesM
M Seymour of Newark who was wa the theDemocratic te teDmocrto theDemocratlo
Democratic Dmocrto Syour candidate for Governor Goeror three threeyears thr threeyeare
years year ago agoFIGHT agoFIHT agoFIGHT
FIGHT FIHT OVER RECIPROCITY RECIPROCITYManaehmctts RFCIPIOCITJ RFCIPIOCITJMaae RECIPROCITYMaststhflsetls
Manaehmctts Maae 8ta Convention ConTmton Today TCa Pram Pramlie Pem PemIIN PramIe
lie IIN to De Lively LivelyBOSTON Lel LelBToN LIvelyBOSTON
BOSTON BToN April Aprl 14 HTe 14The The Republicans RePblca of ofMassachusetts ofMalhuseUI oflaseaohusetts
MalhuseUI Massachusetts held the theueual usual night bo bofore b before
fore lor gathering gaterng at the American AmercD House Housetonight Hou Housetonight
tonight in preparation prprton for the theStt State con convention oonentonln conventlo ¬
vention entonln in Tremont Trmont tomorrow tmorrow There Therewon Ter Therewas
won 0 an air ar of suppressed lupPr excitement excitment about abouttha abut abutthe aboutthe
the corridors cordor and ad on every ever hand hlnd were wereposted wer wereposted
posted plte placards plas bearing blrng the likeness lknes of ofCol ofCol
Col 01 Everett Evertt C Benton Bntn candidate for dele delegate dele deleIteat dolegate ¬
gate Iteat at large to o the national natona convention conventionPlacards cnvetion cnvetionPlar conventionPlacards
Placards Plar at the American Aecan House Hous ore I un unusual u unUsUal ¬
usual ISUI and an that that they appear appr la I taken ten ai an anindication a anlndioatIon
indication Indicton that tt there tere will wl be b a stiff Itlr fight fightin fgt fgtIn flghin
in the te convention oonvnton over Cal Cl Benton Bnt and andEugene a endEugene
Eugene Euene Nr FOBS FOMbl his rival rivalCol rllCl rivalCal
Cal Cl Benton Betn is II laid to t favor Canadianreciprocity Canadian cai tnIdIDreciprocity
line Mr MrFOBS MrFoss
reciprocity rlpoty along aong Republican Republc l
FOBS appeared before the Committee on onIleeoluUons onHCltonl onResolution
101 apIr beor Ommtt
Resolution HCltonl this thi afternoon aton and ad made mde a afcliort ahor abort
fcliort hor speech sph urging urgig that fh a reciprocity reciprocityplank reiprity reipritypJakb reciprocityplank
plank pJakb be written witen in the platform plator His Hisproposition Hi HisprooaiLton
proposition pro eltollwl was turned tre down doW with wih thd thdreply t th threidy
reply that tht the te Republicans Rtpublcnl favored ravore reel reelrocity reolprolty rcotprocity
rocity prolty > that brought i iFOBS 8metlng aometling I in retu return returnfor
for what wa was given I It Is Mid that Mr MrFOM MrFoss
FOBS Intends Intds to carry ca the te fight fght into Int the theconvention thecnvnton theconvention
convention cnvnton Interesting so 10 the meeting mectng promises proml to t l be beInteretng beInteresting > e eInteresting
Interetng Interetng11m
1 11m ho resolutions rfolton which were er drafted drfe to tonight to tonight ¬
contain nothing Senator SenatorIxxlgoiwit SenatorLodgoesntvordto
night contin nohing startling etarlng 8nt r rLOg
Ixxlgoiwit LOg Lodgoesntvordto fn word rd to give p1e to President Plent Reese Roosevelt Ro Reesevelt ¬
velt elt and his hI Administration Admlnltratcn a strong in indorsement IndOlement indiorsement ¬
dorsement dOlement and ad this Uie has hO been On done doneMr doner doneMr
Mr r Foss Fo has h favored favor the use U of the theAustralian thowtralan theAustralian
Australian wtralan ballot balot in taking the vote for fordclegatosatlorgo fordelegntllalgoand forIelegntcsaiIargo
dclegatosatlorgo delegntllalgoand and this thl question queston is I one onethe onethe oneIha
the convention convanton will have 1U0 to decide deide Mr MrKoas MrO MrFJt45
Koas O wrote TOto to both Ot1 Senator Snator Lodge Lge and the theHon th thaHon
Hon John D Long Lng about the matter Mr MrLodge MrLoge MrLcdge
Lodge Loge replied rple Leave Lve it to tho theconventon convention conventiontodecide conventionto
todecide todecidekv 10 celdc celdcn djeCtdO djeCtdOGo
Go kv n Ix Jng Long > ng replied rplo that be did not con consider conFlder contder ¬
sider Flder the matter mater of enough Importance Imprtac to tocall t tcal tocall
call cal for forany any ary action aton on the part par of the State Statecommittee Stat Statscommittee
cmml committee and ad went on to say 8Y
Everybody EveTbody In JviasBftchUbotta tuaIahUta Is I In favor favoror
or reciprocity reiprocity in any Items 10ma of export epr and andIrnpprs ad adIP andinppre
Irnpprs IP r I 01 a to o which our country coutr con CII get a abenefit abeneft abenefit
benefit beneft from If wo 0 can induce Induo Canada Cana or orany orany orany
any other olberoutr othercountry country to give It It There TheJls Is no notroubli 10 notrouble
trouble Iroublp > with wlhtho the principle prlnCple the question qUtllon U Uat ba L Las
at a to the thltm items Our Ou Republican JpubJcan system of ofprotection orpr ofprotection I
protection pr lonwhlch which is merelyanadjustment merelyanadjustmentfrom meJlyan metelyan aJ adjtistment adjtistmentfrontbne stmelt stmeltfron
from frontbne time 11M to time lme ofourtoriff of our tit schedules hedulc hi hithe I Inthe
the Interest InteTt of our homo homoindustrtasrecog homoindustrtasrecogntz industries Indutrln recog recognlzpfl rog rognlzf
nlzpfl nlzf ntz reciprocity rrclpoely reciprocityas ai some of our ourm most t dis distinguished di ditnsleho disttnguishod ¬ I
tinguished tnsleho protectionist protoctonlt statesmen IlatNme have havedone bV bVdone havedoneas
done doneas as one of the th Incidents of thopro thoprotoctlve thepr thoprotOCtive
toctlve toth4 system Yltm whenever circumstances circumstanceswarrant clrtao circumstanceswarrant
warrant wlat It I
New ew Mexico 11tlcoror for Brent FlearltHILVEK Uera BrentSrvrzn I
HILVEK RnVR City Ct N M April Aprl 14 14TheTer l4TheTerri l4TheTerritoria TheTerri TheTerritorial ¬
torial torJ Democratic Democato convention cnventon today toy In Instructed I instructed ¬
structed IIree the te delegates d leglt to t the national nton con conthe on onentn eonvenUon
venUon entn t to vote t for or Wil William n Heart Hearst for forte forthe
te the Presidential Pdetal nomination nomiton
I 4 4I
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rii
INDORSEMENT INDRSEMENT VF1TH > QUERIES QUERIESThe UBIE8 UBIE8Te
The Te Brooklyn Drookl Democratic P o dun Cnb for Judge JoelsParker Jole JoleIrke JudgeParker
Parker Irke liy I Vote oto or U to toThe ft ftThe 5The
The Brooklyn Brky Democratic Dtmorto Club Cub of whlol whlolEdward schiobEdward vblobEwar
Edward Ewar M Shepard Shepr wan Wi the chief founder founderindorsed founderIndol founderlndoraocj
indorsed Indol the candidacy ndl Y of Justice Jutce Alton AltorB Alon AlonD AltonB
B Parker Parke for the ha Presidential Preidenti nomination nominaton nominationlast
I lost 111 night by a avote vote of f 17 to 5 I and many manjof manyoftbesoventen ninnyof
of oftbesoventen the seventeen duing during the dlscusslotasked discussion dlscUllon dlscUllonl discussionasked
asked l e over and ad over again what Judge JudgeParker JudgeIarller Judge1aticor
Parker stood sto for forEdward forE forEdward
Edward E wrdB 8 Brownson BrwMon began ogan tho business businosof buln0 businessofthven1
of 0Hhoeyenng ofthven1 the evening g by saying sying that tht the Brooklyn BrooklyiDemocratic Brklyn BrklynDemortc BrooklynDemocratto
Democratic Demortc Club < ubshould should take some action actioiregardlngthePresldentlalcampalgn Bcton Bctonregng actionregadingthePreidontislcaynpaign
regardlngthePresldentlalcampalgn regng hs PrOldentll cmplgn Tho Thequratlon ThoqUfton Thoquestion
question qUfton ofycandldate of dfcondldates rndldat is pretty Jrety well set settled et ette eeltled ¬
tled te he hesald said si 5JudgeParkor Judge Judgelarker Parker is I to be the thinominee thenimhie thezitminee
nominee nimhie bufas b ta ho h voted vote both bth times tm6 for foithe forthe forthe
the Chicago and Ind Kn8 Kansas City tit platforms platfor
1 feel fel that If he hewiahoete wishes wlhO to t receive re lvo the In lndorsement Indomment indorement <
dorsement of the best bt element of oUhe the Demo Democratlo Democratlo
cratlo crtl party pry a pretty stiff tt platform should shoulcbe shouldbaopU shouldbe
be baopU ness adopted with a policy ploy of aggressive aggressiveness aggrellv aggrellvne aggressiveness ¬
nesstf ne nessUtbo
tf Utbo th tho Democratic DemorUo party pry has hW any ay prln prlnojples Irn IrnolplC Principl
ojples olplC cipl s to how llOW now is l the time tme and If I th thBrooklyn the thoBrkly theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brkly Democratic Dmorato Club ub takes tae proper propeiaction propr propration properaction
action ation now n01 it I will wl start star tho ball bal rolling rollingust roing roingut roilingust
ust ut as It started Itc it for Palmer and Buckner BucknerMake Buckner BucknerM BucknerMake
Make M the t e platform plator acceptable a ptable to t tho wholo wholecountry wholocutry wholocountry
country cutry and ad with a good go man mn as W tho can candidate cndldato candidato ¬
didate dldato and a a good go platform pltorm for him to stand standupon 8ndupn stantuponI
upn uponI upon be b successful successfulE Uof1 I dont dont see se why the party Pty should Ihould not
E L Prentice Pentce sold d that tho te call cal for the themeeting themetng themeeting
meeting metng stated stt that there ther was 1 to bo b a I die discussion dlsoulon dieoussion ¬
cussion oulon of the platform platorm of the party In hit hitopinion hil hisopinion
opinion the first hrt duty was p to provide n ncandidate a acandldat acandidate
candidate candldat Then he presented prnto a resolu resolution lJolu lJolutlon resolution ¬
tion heartily htrtl favoring the tt presentation presentationto
piMentation piMentationto
to the tle national natonl convention cot1enton cthiv ntlon of the name of
Alton Alon B BllkerR Pwkeras the ttJohoice choice of the Demo Democratic Democratto ¬
cratic crto partyIn prtyin party In tho State of Now York YorkJules Yok YokJulO YorkJules
Jules JulO Guedon Guoon moved move today tdn to lay the theresolution theroluton theresolution
resolution roluton on the table Daniel B Moyna
ban Mid It I would ould havo been been much bettor beter
had ha the te resolution rR luton not 101 been ben presented presentedas Plente
as 8 It would be b bean on Indelicate idelcte thin thlJ thing for any a
Democratic DemoCto body bo to lay la it on the table tableespecially tableepelly tableespeqially
especially epelly when it referred rtrerr to a I reputable reputablecitizen rputble rputblecitzen reputablecitizen
citizen citzen whose Wh0 namo lao to f mentioned mentione in con connection cn cnneton connection ¬
nection tion neton with tho Presidential Prsidential nomina nomination pomila pomilatlon omination ¬
tionRichard tlonRlchar Richard Rlchar M J Dixon Dion said sid it would be Im Impolitic Impolto Impolitlo ¬
politic polto to commit cmmit the te club without wihout knowing knowingwhat knowingwhat knowingwhat
what Judgo Parker stands for No ono onopresent Onepresent
present could culd tell tel whether he believes believesin htle8
in 1 tariff tarif soond money or Or anything aythlng else elseso elseso
so dear der to the te Democracy Dmocrcy
8 Perry Perr Sturgea Sturge said Its Is going goig to he beIf heprtty hepretty
prtty pretty har hard work t to nomlnnte Judge Parker Parkerad Parkerand
ad and If I we dont take action acton now wo may tlay
lose loe a I good Rod opportunity opporunity opporunityIMvent
I havent yet hoard hear any member membr toil toilwhat teUwhat tollwhat
what Judge JUdg Parker stands Itands for said sid John JohnBeet JohnBet Joh JohBeet
Beet Bet The he resolutions loluUons say that he is a aconsistent acnsitent aconsistent
consistent cnsitent patriotic pntrotc exponent expnent of the prin principles pri principles ¬
ciples ciple of Democracy Democrcy but Dutls is ho hoAt heAt tieAt
At this point pint Herman Herrm A Met Ietz president presidentofthe preldentof
ofthe of the club took tok the floor tor and wild It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would have been hn much better btter gentlemen gentlemenhad gtntemcn gtntemcnhad
had this resolution Ilution not been bn presented presentedbut pttnted pttntedbut presentedhut
but being presented prente there ther Is I only olly one on stand standto stald staldto standito
to take Ue and ad there is li no disguising dlsglelng that thatfact thatfact thatfact
fact fact If I it goes goe out that the club cilb failed taie to toindorse toindol toindorse
indorse indol Judge Parker what wht cnn en you ex expect expt oxpect ¬
pect pectThe ptThe
The resolution roluton was Wa then adopted adoptedNEW adopte adopteNEW adoptedNEW
NEW PLACE FOR OR nit nl MARON MARONOdell lfAnm lfAnmOdel MA DON DONOdelt
Odell Odel Name Na N Him 1m a I as Ifciit lta of the State NtiteIDiiac HtlteIulae StateIunacy
IDiiac Iulae Iunacy Commission CommissionGov Cmmlulon CmmlulonGv CommissionGo
Gov Gv Go Odell Odel sent snt to the Senate Snle yesterday yesterdaythe yestry yestryt
the t nomination nominato of Dr William Wiiam Mabon Mabongenerl Mahongeneral Mabongeneral
general generl superintendent suprnttndent of Beilevuo Beleve and andthe ad adt andthe
the t Allied Aie Hospitals HOpltal to be president prsident of ofthe oft ofthe
the t State Stte Lunacy Luac Commission Cmlselon vice vc Dr DrFrederick DrFrerik DrFrederick
Frederick Frerik Peterson Pet ron A bill bi recently rnty passed passedIncreased pBI pBIbe passedincreased
be Increased the to salary ar to 17OO 7100 75 a I year The ThoSenate TheSnt TheSenate
Senate Snt confirmed cofe the appointment appointmet and ad the theGovernor theGovror theGovernor
Governor Govror signed sged the te salary 6lar bill billDr bi billDr
Dr D Mabon Maon Is 44 4 years year old and was born bornIn bor bornIn
In Durham Da N J He la I a son of the late lateRev lateRv late11ev
Rev Rv Dr William Wila Mabon Maon a 1 professor prore or in inRutgers InRutgn InRutgers
Rutgers College Colege Dr Maboir 1abor attended atended the theubtio thepublo thtnubile
nubile publo Rutgn schools ehol and ad was W8 graduated gaduate from fromtm fromRutgen fromItutgerc
Itutgerc Rutgen tm rVillarrn Clege o11ege Ha Tin r cmpletebl6u cmpletebl6uceton completed lmnlntA4 nMa his urln urlncation du ducation
cation at the Beilevuo BJeve Hospital HOplta Medical MedicalCollege M Mdtca1College dlcal dlcalColage
ceton
College Dr Mabon practised Jratid medicine medicineIn medicineI
In Colage I New Brunswick Brnswick N J for three thre year yearafter Y Yaier eare eareafter
after aier serving servin a n year year as I house ho physician of ofthe ofthe o othe
the Jersey Jery City Cityltospltal Hospital In IRaS after a acompetitive acomPtive acompetitive
competitive civil cll service serlc examination txwnlnnton ho howas h hW howas
was comPtive W appointed appolntd an assistant 1l tant physician at atthe atIhe atthe
the Morris Plains Asylum Avlum Asylum In 1887 187 ho went wentto wentto cnt cntto
to the Utica UtCI State Hospital HospitalFor HOplal HOplalFor loepitalFor
For three Ihr years ean hn h4 was W first fnt assistant anslstnntunder assistantunder llant llantundr
under undr Dr G Adler Bloomer Blomer and in 1805 1805Dr 18 teusDr
Dr Mabon served sred ono year year as a the superin superintendent suprl superintendent ¬
tendent of the Willara Wia State Sate Hospital HOpltal at atWillard atWiard atWillard I
Willard Wiard N Y From 1890 J89 to 1003 10 ho was wassuperintendent WMsUprntendent wassuperintendent
superintendent of the St Lawrence Lawrenc State StateHospital Sta StatoHospital
Hospital sUprntendent Ho pla In January Janur 1003 J01 he h was wa elected electedAllied electe electedgeneral
general neral Rprlntendent riperlntendent or oI BJeue Bellevue ad adAled and andAllied
Allied Aled Hospital HOpial and ad was W transferred traferd from fromthe frm frmthe fromthe
the civil service serviceDOYLE serviceDOYLE
the State Stat to city cty cvllflc cvllflcnO
nO DOYLE TO KEEP UP THE TiE FIGHT FIGHTtie FIHT FIHTle
tie le Hope 10p to tnhorce tnhore MoCarren MCren at the theAugust theAulst theAumnt
August Aulst Primaries PrimariesDeputy PlmarlN PlmarlNDeuty PrimariesDeputy
Deputy Deuty Fire Commissioner Commllloner William WIIM A ADoyle ADoyleof ADoyle
Doyle Doyleof of Brooklyn Brklyn who was wa selected selete by byLeader byLer byLeader
Leader Ler Charles CalP F Murphy Murhy of Tammany Tammanyto Tamany Tamanyto
to undermine undenlne the political poltcal props prpl of Senator SenatorP
P H McCarron Mcn has been ben reflected relete State Statecommitteeman Statecmltemn Statecommitteeman
committeeman cmltemn from the Fifth Firh Senatorial Senatorialdistrict Ienatorlal Ienatorlalditrict tenatorIaldistrict
district ditrict This place plce had hd to t be left ler vacant vacantat acantat
at the Democratic Demoatc caucus cucus on Tuesday Tuesdaynight Teay TeaynIght Tueedaynight
night nIght owingjto owin10 owingo the failure faiur of the thl delegates delegatesfrom dele delegatesfrom tC
from rrm the Ninth Assembly Asembl district distric to t attend attendAlthough attendAlthough attendAlthough
Although Doyle participated pkrlclpate in the cau caucus cauCl cancue ¬
cue Cl and Is therefore therfore bound bund to the unit rulo ruloand rle rleAnd rub ruband
and an Instructed lntrct delegation delegaton for Judgo JudgoParker JudgoPaker JudpParker
Parker Paker he has h no Intention intnton so 8 It was said saidyesterday aid aidetrX saidyesterday
yesterday to withdraw withdw from the fight fght to todepose todepos todepose
depose depos etrX McCdrren Mcrn t from the leadership lership of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the organization organizationThe oranizationThe
organizton organiztonTe
The factional hostilities Warden Waen Patrick PatrickHayes PatrickHayes
ratonl hoite Patrck PatrckHye
Hayes Te announced would be b continued until untilthe untilthe
cntnue untl untlthe
the Hye August announce primaries primrie when he expected expectedMcCarren expete oxceotedMcCarren
McCarren AUft would be unhorsed unhor The TerrlcndA friends friendsof riendisof I Ior
of McCn McCarren said sid that his leadership leenhlp was wascrowing Wi Wigrwing wasgrowing
Mcrn
and that thateven thateven thateven
crowing more secure every day
grwing mor ler eer
even if there tht Is 1 a fight tght all al along the line lne at atthe atthe atthe
I
the primaries ptlmrle he is i sure lur to win out In Inat Inat Inat
at least 1t threefourths throurh of the Assembly Assemblydistrict AMmbh AMmbhdlra Assemblydistricts
district districtIt districtsIt
dlra It if understood that tht there th Is II 1 to be b a achange a achange
change Ilner In the personnel penel of the delegates delegatesMleotad delegat delegatesselected
selected on Tuesday TMy night to t the national nationalconvention natonal natonalonvton nationaloonyention
convention le by the he substitution whWuton of Herman HermanA
A onvton Metz for Dennis Dis Winter in the Fourth FourthCongress FourthCng FourthCongress
Cng Congress district districtHedge distrc distrcIleae districtlirdie
Hedge Ileae Benomlnatrd for Congress ConcrrifKEOKUK Cnanll CnanllKOKt CongressKaouK
KEOKUK KOKt la la April Aprl 14 HTomW 14Thomas Thomas Hedge Hedgeof Hege Hegeof
renomlnated for Con Congress Congrass
¬
of Burlington Burlngtn was W rnominat Cn CncrM
grass crM today tay by the First FrtIowa Iowa district dtrict Re Republicans no nopublcans Republicans ¬
publicans Resolutions RMluton were wer adopted aopt de demanding d dmAndlng domanding ¬
publcans manding President Pelldent Roosevelt RoeevetR s nomination nominationIns nominaton nominatonJ
J w Blytho of lurJngt Burlington n and Oov Cm Cmmins Corn Cornmine
mine Ins W were werlndon wereIndorred indorsed as 8 delegates delegate at large largeTim llge llgeTie largeVhe
Tim Tie Weather WeatherThere WeatherThere ethr ethrer
There er WM wa a ll leht light ht f fal fall Il of nor yesterday ea ra over overTew oter oterXe overCw
Xe Tew Cw York Yor New Jersey Jeme md ad southern auUem New ew England Knglandnd COllandAd Englandand
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Centuckr Light rains rais fell tel In the Tennessee Tennesseefulley Tennene TenneneVale Tenneseeraller
Vale fulley There ero WM a also as light Ilb rain rIn at n San 8 Pram Pramisco Jro Jrocl lranclwo
isco elsewhere elowhre the weather1 atbef was WL fair fairThe fairThe
cl The 0 pressure preure was Wa high over the to Lake Lkerclol Lkerclolblh regions regionsrhlch regionswht
freezing freezl temperature from the theUkotas IhoJakt theflkataq
wht rhlch h caused g tmpelture trm
blh oul
Ukotas eitvard tMtward to the New England coast coa1 and andiver nndoter andover
over Jakt New York YorkMlltelo State In the rooming In the e other otherllstrlcU otherdlslJct otherdlstrtct
oter llstrlcU the temperature t mpralur change chce was M alight alightIn lcbl lcblIn
dlslJct
In this thi city1 cllher cItythere there was W light leht Know IOW In Ibo morn mornng momInc mornlog
weaheri wind fresh to toirtsV 10brsk tobrtslc
Inc ng followed toloed br sunn sunny wcbr wnd treh
irtsV brsk northwestaverage nonbwet northwtst nVerc average humidityJ7 hlmldl1 humidity 7 per pr rent rentlaromeler enl centbarometer
barometer barmeter corrected to 1 read rea to t sea ao level at S SU 8A SA
A U 11 2aO W J P M 8001 8001The 301 3011e 3001The
The temperature tempralure yesterday elerday as a recorded rroned by b the theimclal Iheomca theOfOCiSI
imclal omca table 1e ble thermometer Ibrometr is l boo In the annexed annexedble aod aodlable annexedtable
1804 1 4 Itral IV IDI < 1S03 1S030AU IWQ lOi
0AU i OPM oPM43 44
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3 1 11 4 4 4SilJ vI 12 Mlrt MidEI lid 40 u 41 41i 44wasnlseTo
1 wasnlseTo i niOTos LtTN rontcisr rnlcAr roRToDJiT rR rex TDAY QDT AXD n TOMORBOW TOMORBOWfor TMOIIOW TMOIIOW1or roMoytzowZor
for 1or eastern ofm Xtiff t V 1lrt iOrk r taiutn olun Pennnlranta Prnllrnla and andfto andI andNew
New I Jtriry JeV parity parIv tiaiity cludV and tonUnunt cool tol to totan 10IV
tan IV i protmblr rbQb sheave tomtrrov crOrrc tarUMt flrM irtnrfj irtnrfjFor 1nl wfnilsFor
fair tndy paitly cloudy cloudyomorrow cloudytotnorrow
For New England lDclnd 111 pul cnudy cnudyt
t totnorrow omorrow omonw light IClllo to fresh wInds mrd mostly rOI westerly westerlyFor cester1yFor lrT
For western tlem New Nt york ork panlvcloudy pnlycoudy and con conInued cn cntlnued continued
Inued cool CIy today rain rlo or now tomorrow tmonw van vanible ar a1 a1able
able wind windFor windIor wiadFor
For Ior theDistrict the Plltc of Columbia Coumbia Maryland Jarlald Vlr Vlrlnl VIrclnl lr lrginta
clnl ginta lnl and pelware Pelr partly prl cloudy and nd slightly ollghtlrwarmer slightlyranner cbl cblane
warmer ane today a probably prbblJ showers aloltr tomorrowj tomorrowjanable toOrw tomormwivariable
variable arablo winds Iod tnda
ODELIS DEAL WITH WIT11TAMMANY WIT11TAMMANYPLAN TAMMANY TAMMANPLA TAMMANYPLAN
PLA PLAN PLAN BY wnicn WIIIITIIEr THEY WILL CON CONTROL CONTROL CONTI1OL
TROL THE Tl CITY 0111 COURTS COURTSDills COURS COURTSBills
Dills 01111 Pee the Senate Slnate Under nn Emergen EmergenMessage EmergenoyMessage
Message Increasing Ilerealnl Number Nlnlber or Judgeami dldael Judge Jtidgeeanti
anti ant legislating 1lslltll Others Othtr Out of Offlc OfflcUdell Omeeo OmecOdd
Udell o Odd eU nvpubllcnns nepubleans to Get a Share ShareALDAN ShareALDNY ShareALUAN
ALDAN April Aprl II HThat That there thorets is a dealoi dealoibetween de deal on onbtwen onbetween
between btwen Tammany Hall Hal and Cloy Go Odel Odelregarding Odel Odeilregarding
I regarding regarng tho Now York City CltrOuf Ojurt Judge Judgennd Judgesand
nnd tho Municipal Municipl Court Cour CourtJudges Judges JudK and ad possl posslbly pOI pOII poesibly
bly the he City Magistrates 1 Ilglstrale In Brooklyn BrooklY wa wamade was wasmade
I made plainly apparent apparnt in the Senate Snat to today today today
day The 111J appointment of Supreme Court CourCommissioners Curt CurtI CourtI
I Commissioners Cmmissioner to take tho places ploO of referee refereein refereesin
in New Ne York and andIlrooklyn Brooklyn Brookly is II also als Involvecsomewhat Involved Involvedsomewhat
somewhat smewhat In the deal dealThe dM dealThe
The Te Senate Snate today t day pawed pled Assemblyman AseemblymaiPerhams Aslemblyn AslemblynPerhams AssemblymanPerijains
Perhams bill bi which provides prvides for the np nppolntmont appolnnt nppotntment
polntmont of flvo fvo flv additional additonal City Cty Court CouriJudges C CourtJudges < urt urtJudge
Judges Judge to t serve sere until unU Jan 1 next The Thewill Tey Teyw1 They Theywill
will w1 be elected elet by the te people pople at the Novem November Noembr Novemher
her br election eleton The Te understanding undertning between betweeithe bete betweenthe
the Governor and Tammany Hall Hl is i that thaithree thattbr thatthree
three tbr Tammany T mm Democrats Demomt and two Odel OdelRepublicans Odol OdellRepublicans
Republicans ReJlublcan8 are ar to t be appointed appointe by the theGovernor theGovernor theGovernor
Governor and that the five fve Judges Judge thus thusnamed tus tusnlme thusearned
named nlme will wi bo Ie the choice of Tammany Tamnny at attho attho atthe
tho November election eleton for a term trm of nine nineyears nineeal nineyears
years eal at a 1 salary of 10000 10000Then 10000Lhen OOUOlhen
Then lhen the sary Governor GOOnor Is to appoint a City Ciy
Judge to Jill fl the vacancy vacc caused Clle by the thodeath thedAtl thedeath
death dAtl of Judgo t llzfhnont ItzKlmons whose wh0e successor successorwill suclr suclrwl successorslU
will wl be b elected elet next November so that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Now Nc York county COUlt Jlepublican llpu lcan organi organization organlmton organization ¬
zation mton will wi get two of the t ho nix Judged J udgB Tho ThoTammany TijoTaminany 11
Tammany TamlL1ny Senators nalon supported this thi bill billalong bi hiltalong
along ulon with wih the Uepublcll Republicans but biL the Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn rok roklyn ¬
lyn Democratic Uctoratlo Senators snntors did not notShortly notIhorlly notShortly
Shortly Ihorlly after afor this bill bi paifHod pallod the Senate Senateunder Snato Snatounper Senateunder
under an u emergency crergel message mesage from the thoGovernor theOoernor theGovernor
Governor In passed pfd Senator Snator hlsbsrgs lbergf bill billredlMrlctlmj bi billredhtrictiiig
redlMrlctlmj routrlctnJ tho municipal court cou district districtIn uitrlct oistrbctsin
In all al au the th borough1 horou hj of Ntw York city cityand cityand It Itand
and increasing Incrcllng tho number numlr of Municipal MunicipalCourt 1unlcipalCourt i
Court Cur Judges Judgll In II Manhattan Manhatan borough by bytwo b btwo bytwo
two In Brooklyn rokn by b three und In The Bronx Bronxby Bronxby
by b ono onoThe 000 000The oneThe I
The district dltrles are fixed fxed BO 10 that thorp therl will willbo wi willbe
bo b five fe Republican Republcan districts riltrlcll In Manhattan Manhattantwo Manhattn Manhattntwo
two h in Brooklyn Brkly and ald one on in Queens QUNIH Abe AbeGruberH Ab AbeGriibers
GruberH district dlatrct is i math mac surely surety Republi Republican Republ ¬
can cn HO 10 that oxAssemblyman ox sH < mhlmn William Wiiam C CBennett CBennett CBennett
Bennett will wl get on 01 1 the ho b bfmch beiichagaln nch again The Thoonly TheanI Theonly
only anI Republican Hepublc 1 Municipal 1llnlclpal Court CDlrt Judge Judgein
in all al of tho New lork a ork boroughs now is isJudge IsJudge islidge
Judge Brewster so f that the liepublicans liepublicanswill Hepublcns Hepublcnswi
will wi gain five fo Judges by this thll deal dealTammany deal dealTaxnmany
Tammany Tamany favors fa 01 tho bill bi because blaM there ther arc arca ar area
a lot of Democratic Judges Judsc in II the different differentborough derentborughf differentboroughs
borough borughf they want to got rid of and put putin putI putIn
in I new material matprll At leant 1llt that Ihlt lathe Ite excuse excuseTammany excuseTnmnny excuseTammany
Tammany Tnmnny gives givf8 for supporting the tte bill billThese bi billTheseJudgesare
These TlCeJudgt TheseJudgesare Judges are ar to bo elected ehte next fall fal for fora fora
a 1 term of nine years yeal and an the thl salary alar is il m mcreasixl In IncrMf increasnd
creasixl crMf from S6000 8000 6O to 175 7500 The present presentMjiiicipal prnt prntMJtlclpa PmsefltMniicipal
Mjiiicipal MJtlclpa Court Curl Judges are legislated leplllnt out outof outof outof
of office ofc on Jan Jln 1 next nextThe next tiexiThe
The Brooklyn Brokln Democrats Domocts fought fOIRht this thisbill thisbi thisbill
bill bi and Ind Senators Snatol Dealing Doolng nnd Foley Foleylam
Tarn vot voted d against it I because h aU they wen wennot wcnnot werenot
not naticfied Itt1 with wlh tim tll boundaries bOlnear of their theirMunicipal theirMunlcl theirMunicipal
Municipal Munlcl l Court Curt districts diRtrcls In Senator SenatorDoolingft rator ratorVooHn SenatorDoolings
Doolingft VooHn section on of the Ih city cll Judges Judgl Murray Murrayand Mlrl Murrayand
and Mclaughlin are Iro put plt in ono 010 district districtand distrc districtand
and of coursp COll ono of them thor will wi have rne to toretire torltr toretire
anc retire rltr Senator nalor Plunkett says N Judge JudgeMurray Jue JudgeMurray <
Murray Iuray will wi g get t the nomination nominaton in that thatdistrict th thatdistrict t tdiHtrlct
district This hll bill bi will wi have hve to pass JIS8 the theAssembly theAmblv theAssembly
Assembly tomorrow tomorrowAgain tomorrolt tomorrowAgain
Again Senator rtor Klsborg llorg claimed caime thu atten attention aten atention at ten tenlion ¬
tion of the Senate 8nalo oca ad had his bill bi passed passedproviding p pprovidig passedproviding
providing providig for thirty lrt Supreme Huprme Court Cour com commissioners cm cmultlouoi11 cornirdeslonors ¬
missioners ultlouoi11 iij ir Now ow York city cly to bo bappolnt appointed appointedby appointedby 1 1by
by the Appflllata Ap late Divisions Dvlslon of New w York Yorkthti YorkBnd Yorkand
and Brokln Brookiyn subjet subject to the approval or ortl ofthe
the tl Governor GOVfror They ThlY are to do the work worknow worknow worknow
now done by i leferees < > ferees fer They The are ar to I servo nwrvofor Ire Ireror servofor
for a I term tn of ten years yen and ad get a I salary Mlar of
Five of the commissioners commissionersneed
5100 10000 a year er Ie omml loner
need not bn b lawyer and ane this tis it I is con contended CI contended ¬
net tended tende makes mae the te bill bi unconstitutional uncltltutlonal as asthese l asthese
these tle commissioners cmmlllonn are ar in part par to exercise exercisethe exeri exercisethe e ete
the power of a Supreme 8uprm Court Cur Judge It ItIH I Itis
IH If also al o contended contonde toat tbt the bill bi In 1 unconsti unconstitutional uDcnlt unconetttutlonal ¬
tutional tutloal because Oat it I deprives deprt the Supreme SupremeCourt uprme uprmeC upmme upmmeCourt
Court C urt of it Il its Inherent inhert right rh ht to appoint appointreferees appointtfe appoIntreferees
referees tfe An effort etor Is to bo 0 made to kill killthis ki killtIil
this thll tIil bill bi In the Assembly Asmhly Committee Commilte on onRuins onHul onRules
Ruins RuinsTho Hul RulesThe
HulTo The To Magistrates Mlglltrte bill bi which legislates lrgllatOth lrgllatOthBroklrn the theBrooklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklrn 1Jalalratel alaglatratea out Olt of office ofce which whichIt hlch hlchIt
It was WB said Ild was a part par of the deal dll between betweentho btween btweentho betweenthe
tho Governor and an Tammany Tamlnn is II not likely likelyto lkely lkelyto
to pans Ia This Thll bill bi was waf aimed aime especially especiallyat pelaly pelalyfpntor
at Senator fpntor McCarrnn lcarnn and tho Democratic DemocraticMagistrates Democratc Democratclgltrnl DemocraticMagistrates
Magistrates lgltrnl in Brooklyn Brklyn But It ie under understood understood understood ¬
stood that Senator Snator McCarren Mcaren with his hisusual hl hlusual hisusual
usual finesse fms has ha blocked bloke the passage pa8ge of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this bill billSCOTT bi bIllSCOTT
SCOTT SOUNDS SmJXT11 THE KEYNOTE KEYNOTEB KRJ1OTE KRJ1OTEHa1
Ha1 Sss B > Roosevelt nnnsllt No 0 Called Caled III 111 Ills Speech Spfo at atWest atict t t4s
West 4s Virginia Convention ConventionCHARLESTON Cotnlon CotnlonCARPTON ConentlonC1rAEIESTO
CHARLESTON CARPTON W Va April Apri 14 HTe 14The The Re Republican Rf Rfp RepUblican ¬
State convention to elect delegates delegatesto
publican p blca 8111 cIventlon elrt delegate
to Chicago Cicago met hero her today and ad was M pre presided pr prosided ¬
sided ldt over by United Unite States 8tal0 Senator Scott Scottin St Scottin
in both temporary temporr and permanent penlnent organ organizations orga organi7ntlons ¬
izations Senator Snator Scott Stt apologized apologi7e for forreading forreaing forreading
reading reaing his speechsaying It had ha been ben pro propared pr prolard
pared par at the suggestion suggeston of President Prident Roose Roosevelt Roole Roolevelt Rooserelt ¬
velt and Secretary Sertl Shaw who had ha said saidthat Midthat saidthat
that as a this was wa one of the tl first fnt Stlte States to tohold tohold tohold
hold a convention his speech peh would be b the thekeynote te tekeote thekeynote
keynote of the te campaign campaignHe capaign capaignHe
He dealt dolt at length with wih tho tariff tarr which whichhesald whichhesaid hlch hlchhesl
hesald hesl the country could culd not afford aor to allow allowtho Alow Alowthe allowthe
the Democrats Demorats to revise f6e Tho Republican Republicanparty Republc RepublicanParty
party paty ho said eid never neY r held any tariff trt schedule schedulesacred 8heule 8heulesacrad scheduleaacrcdand
sacred aacrcdand and was W willing wilng to revise rvis any Anyone Anyoneblt ono onobut onebut
but blt would ould always alwa preserve prervf the good go and andnot andnot andnot
not destroy detry nil al indiscriminately Indiscrminately by throwing
down downt1ie lowit tile tariff trt wall wal Ho discussed dis briefly brieflythe brety bretythe brieflythe
the recent rent pension pnsion rulings rlngs which ho In Indorsed IndOne indomed ¬
domed dOne The Post OfDoe Ofc scandals scndal be b de deprecated d dprete doprecated ¬
precated prete but said eld they wore 01 of Democratic Democraticorigin Demorto Demortoorgin Don tocratlo tocratloorigin
origin orgin He told how the Republican Rpublcn party
hd had reduced the national nationl debt from pry its itsimmense It Itsimmense I
immense reuc proportions proprloM at the close CO of the war warto warto warto
to its sprent present size sie after ater the addition additon it had hadreceived hodrived hadreceived
received rived during the second Cleveland ClevelandAdministration ClevelandAdministratIon leelald leelaldAdminitrton
Administration AdministrationResolutions Adminitrton AdminitrtonHelutonM AdministratIonItesolutions
Resolutions HelutonM were adopted aopt Indorsing Idonig the thenational thenatonal thenational
national natonal Administration Admlltlaton and ad instructing instructingthe intrcUg intrcUgthe
the delegates delegt for Roosevelt Hosvelt for President Presidentand Prldet Prldetad Presidentand
and ad Elklns Ekis for VicePresident VIcPresident Election Electionwere Eeton Eetonwee Electionwere
were wee made me as a follows folowl Delegate Deegat at large largeJ lK
J L Caldwell Cldwel of Cabell cbl ekOoT eV exOov G w wAtkinson WAtklnen WAtkinson
Atkinson Atklnen of Konawha Kawha S B Mallory Malor of ofWood ofWoo ofWood
Woo Wood and ad A N Priohard Prchar of Marion MarlonThe Mdon MdonThe MarionThe
The district convention cnventon met hare h today todayand ty tyad todayand
and ad chose chos as delegates delegate Samuel Smuel Dixon Dxon of ofInstructing of ofFayette
Fayete Fayette ad and Enoch Crer Carver of Kaawha KaawhaInstcting Kanawha KanawhaInstructing
Instructing Instcting them tho for Roosevelt Rsvelt and ad Elkins ElkinsBoth ElklnaBothare ElkinsBothare
Both Bothare are coal cal operators operatorsHEARST oprators opratorsIEARSTOlS operatorsHEARST
HEARST IEARSTOlS GAINS IN IOWA IOWAHan lW lWnl
nl Han a Majority UIJorl or County Delegates SoFr SoPar So SoFar
Fr Far and ila May Control State C Convent Convention ConventionDBS ntrnton ntrntonDEB ion ionDcs
DEB DBS MOINKB Ia Apri April HHtt l4Hesrstcapt l4Hesrstcaptitred 14 Hoarst cpt cptured capt captured ¬
ured ono mor more county delegation delegton today todayFremont tolY tolYFreont todayFremont
Freont Fremont and calml claims a mjorl majority of thememher themejuhers the themejnbers
mejnbers memher of an unlslrcte uninstructed un instructed delegton delegtonellscn delegationchosen delegation delegationchosen
ellscn chosen In Floyd CU county I I S So fo far In thlAState thIsState this thisState
State the fr record is DeleltE Delegates Instrcte Instructed Instructedfor
for Heant Hearst lao IAtncte instructed against Iolt lfcarste Hearst
6 unlnRtrcted uninntructed 8 contetl contenting delegatlors
35 unlrslrclo unlrstructod nn instructed delegates pledge pledged J in wrltI writlog wrlt wrltinc
inc I 27Hearst 27 27Hearst 1
Heant Hearst will 1 not secure l1 InRtnlclot instructions in amjorlty amajority a amajority
mjorlty majority of the county conventols conventions yetto yet yetto retto
to hI bo held but it is very er doubtul doubtful if hisstride hisstride his hisstride
stride cln can b be oerml oermlleart overcomeheard overcome overcomeHearst
Hearst leart Men Jlen Stop top Parker Prkr Indorsement IndorsementINDIANAPOLIS ImloreRent ImloreRentISDrNAJLlS IndorgenentlDlANAFOUS
INDIANAPOLIS ISDrNAJLlS April Aprl 14 HThe Tlie supporters supportersif fpporter
or if Hearst Hort were cr strong enough In the Con Contrees CI Conglees
trees gr convention cmentlon In the Second district districttoday diltrct diltrcttoda districttoday
today toda to prevent prvent an Indorsement Indorement of Judge JudgeParker Judgelarlr JudgeParker
larlr Parker and a resolution rlluton drawn drwn In the thelatterK thelattrl thelatters
latterK lattrl Interest Intlrt was not presented prente The Tlieconvention Thecomenton Theconvention
convention renomlnated rnomnated Congressman CongressmanRobert CongTUan CongTUanUobert CongressmanRobert
comenton Robert W V Miow Mlel by declamation ncclamton As Ashe Ashe Aslieisapronounced
lieisapronounced he la 1 > a pronounced prnounced Parker Parklr man mal rnanhis hiM friends friendsthought frendl friendsthought
thought that the delegates delegale would indorse indorsePorker Indore IndoreParkor inclorseParker
Porker also alsoTho alloTbo alsoThe
The Hearst Helt men say SIY that that they tle will wi elect electthe clet cletthe electthe
the two national ntonal convention convonton delegates delegatesHouse delegate delegatelolse delegateshouse
House lolse Passe hUr Philippine PhippIne HIM HIMWASHINGTON Di 11111WAnrnoToa
WASHINGTON WASHINOTN April Apri 14 HTho Tho House Hous to toay tony today
day ay bya vote ote of 139 to 123 passed PM the bill billo bU billto
to o enable enabl thePhilippine thelhlprln tho lhllipplnn Government and andhe ad adte andthe
he te municipalities muicipl te or 0 the Islands Iland to t Issue Issuei Ilue Iluebonds Issuebonds
bonds for l Iaeal Imprement improvements ad arid t to ad adI aid aidIn
a
I In i the te construction cnstction of railroads raloa railroadsr
r
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD RAILROADThe RAILROADThehort
The Thehort Shortest ShortestLne sl Line in8 to the Worlds Fair FairThree FairTzee
Three Tzee completely ompletey equipped qup uipped d trains taln run rn over the best bet roadbed in America Americaby Amer Americaby
by the shortest shqrest route ro te from the East Et Four tracks trcks from New York Yorkto Yorkto
to Pittsburg Pittburg two beyond be nd Stone bridges bddgc a perfect system of Block BlockSignals BlockSignals BlockSignals
Signals These Tee features fetursmae make for promptness and ensure safety safet and andcomfort andcomfor andcomfort
comfort comfor The e best b t is i always aways the least expensive epensive At home and andabroad andabroad andabroad
abroad it is i i universally univcl acknowledged ackno ledged as asTHE a aTHE asTHE
THE STANDARP RAILROAD OF AMERICA AMERICAFull AMERICAFul
Full Ful informatjdn informat n and nd tStkets thket procurable at all al Ticket Agencies AgenciesJ Agencie AgencieJ
J B WOOD WOODPaiieasr GEO W 1 flOYD nOTDGeneral nOYDp flOYDrufuxrTrsmc
Paiieasr p rufuxrTrsmc ae Traffic Tal Manager aaar General Dea Passenger Agent nt
ROTHSCHILDS ROTHS HILDS BANK ROTTEN ROTTEN5CLOSES RGTTEHCLOSES
BANK
1 CLOSES CLOSES ITS DOORS WITH 8330000 8330000DUE 3J0 3J0DUE <
DUE DEPOSITORS DEPOSITORSUtUn DIPOSITORUtile
DEOS1ORf DEOS1ORfLttl
Utile Lttl In Sight for Them TemDlltrot ThemDistriet Dlttrlot At Attorney Attorne Attorney
torney torne 8et Sell Police r llee at t tVork Workflank Workflanklied Ilonl IlonlHad
Had lad aoooooo 1600 out In In1an hoses Mostly MostlyHad Mostlyfladflotliaehiid Iostl
Had ladn fladflotliaehiid llotliiohllil tlsehld III Jb Jite Brother oth r III IIIFriends 11 His HisFriends
Friends JIEnds and the Globe CObSem Secnrlty I Co CoDipped CoDPld Coflipped
Dipped DPld In Ina inSale Kale e of nothJelilld otl hl d Stock SJoctto Slolk Slolkto Stockto
to > ew Management lanasemuit Never Nee Completed CompletedThe ComplettdThe CompletedTue
The Federal Feeal Bank Bnk at a 590 50 90 Br6odway Br6awayand Br6awayandIts Br adway one onej and andits
j Its branch brach at Grand Grad and Orchard Orhad streets streetsboth Itrets Itretsbo streetsboth
both bo h apparently apparnty cleaned c ane tout out with wiH greet greflicompleteness gretcomplet greetcompleteness
completeness complet nee closed closd their thelrd doors r soon son sea n after afteinoon ar afternoon r rnon
noon non yesterday eterday Altogether Altoglher ItIs It I the most moslcomprehensive mOt mostcomprehensive
comprehensive comprhensive failure faiure yet achieved bj bjDavid by byDavid byDavid
David Rothschild Hotbchld who was wal president preldjnt of oftho ortho oftho
tho bank bak untllarh untilMarob until March 0 and with his hi brother brotherLouis brotherLui brotherLouis
Louis Lui still stl owns threefifths threfth of the thE stock stockWhen slok slokWhen stockWhen
When the bank bnkoOe closed It had hiout out in loans loansand loas loasad loansand
and ad discounts dlcounlt mostly motly budabout bad aout 900000 900000It I0
It had deposits depOlts of something moro moro than
350000 350 and other liabilities labllle that make a atotal atotnl atotal
total otabout 5SQ 500000 exclusive ofllabllitles ofllabllitlesto
to stockholders slokholder It had on deposit depOlt 28000 28000in 28000In
in theImporters the the Imporer Importers and Traders Traer National NationalBonk Natonal NatonalHak Nationalflank
Bonk Hak 560 9000 in the Colonial Ionlal Bank Bnk and 13000 13000in 13000in
in the Bowling Dwlng Green Gren Trust Trlt Company C mpany At Atthe Atthe t tthe
the opening opning of tho bank yesterday yeter y there therowas ther therWW therewas
was WW about 10 5000 iS cash Ch on hand with wih which whichto
to do bupincsH buplne The 1 he capital cpial of the bank bankwas hankM bankwait
was M S20 250000 and the advertised adveri surplus surpluswas snrplus1l
was 1l s 550 50005 50005Before 50009Before
Before fore the failure rnlure of the bank bk David DavidRothschild DavidRothlhld DavidRothschild
Rothschild Rothlhld had h had two failures raluri and ono onofire onefre onofire
fire fre which were pretty Ilret comprehensive cmprhAnllve in intheir 11 iiitheir
their way W8 but they locked lake the Inclusive InoluslvenesH Inclusive InclusivenN Inclusivenose
nose nN of the thl failure ralur of the Federal Feeral Bank 8k Tho Thowreck Thowrlk Thewreck
wreck wrlk of the bank bk was accomplished InlpUehe whilo whiloRothschild whlo whloRothschid whiboRothschild
Rothschild Rothschid was WE the president prfldent and while whilefrom whie whietrom whilefrom
from the office Qfce of tho thl th president pfldent of the bank bankhe bankhe btnkhe
he was a directing dlrttlng the the business buslnO of that tht usury usuryfactory uur usuryfactory
factory ractor known as the Cilobe < < 100 Security 8urltyCom 8urltyComp Com Company Cornpan ¬
pany p pan at 150 15 Nassau street ltrt and authorizing authorizingfor authorlzlnJ
for the banks bnl1 account auction aucton sales sal of offine offne offine
fine fne Oriental rugs rg in various aouscltit cities on the thepretext thopretet theprotext
pretext that tho ho rugs rg had come to t the bank bankfor bnk bnkfor hankfor
for a debt debtDETECTIVES dobtDETEcJJB iebtDETEctIvES
DETEcJJB DETECTIVES DOG D BAKKKRB POMCB POLIC DBIVJ5 DBIVJ5AWAV DBJg DBJgAWAt nalvilAWAY
AWAY AWAt DBPOB1TOB8 DBPOB1TOB8Indeed PBPIITORs PsPOstTOJtsIndeed
Indeed Indo the failure faiure isso 1s rotten rottn and ad shows showso shwe shwea
a so o extraordinary extrordinary banking bktng methods meth < de s that the theDistrict theDistrct theDistrict
District Distrct Attorney Atorey began oga an a investigation investigationyesterday I investigationyesterday estgton estgtonetnma
yesterday etnma afternoon oft mon and It wan a sid Id lost lostevening IMteenlng lastevening
evening that tht arrests arrt might be b expected expectedIb expte expe ted tedIuorder
Ib IOo Iuorder order lr that twt certain crn persona perotlmig might not not be bemissing bemissing
missing ml8 lnK when they were wer wanted wln the District DistrictAttorney plstrct plstrctAIrev DistrictAttorney
Attorney AIrev asked Wke the Detective Dltve Bureau Buu to tokeep 10kep tokeep
keep kep them ufem under surveillance surveillanceThe 8urellnC stirveilIanoeThe
The closing cMlng of the bank came cme as a i result resultof rult rultor
of tho annual examination by Ii the State StateBanking Sllte SllteBnking StateBanking
Banking Bnking Department which hleh was WI begun begunon bgun bgunon
on April Aprl 6 I The examination Iumlnatlon disclosed disclosedsuch dcOed dcOedsuch disclosedsuch
such a condition conditon yesterday rCltr ay morning f0rrlng that thattho Ihat thatho
the ho examiner Col Albert Aber C Judson recom recommended rm rmmended recotnmended ¬
mended to Supt Kilburn Kibur that ht the lie bank bankbo bankb batikbe
bo b closed colod The doors dol were wer locked loce at 1230 1230oclock J2Oocok 1230oclock
oclock oclockIncluded ocok ocokIncuded oclockIncluded
Included Incuded In the deposits dlpOltl1 Is ahout SJro 150000 150000In 150000in
In I tho Eait Et Side brunch brch of cr f the bank This Thisbranch Thil Thilhranclluu Thisbranch
branch hranclluu has been ben running slate ilrc about aboutJan butJal butJalWhen Jon 1 1When IWhen
When It become bcme known knowT on the th East Side Sidethat Sidethat Sidethat
that tho Federal Feerl Bank Dhk had hd failed faied n a crowd crwd owd of ofseveral orleral ofseveral
several leral hundred hudr men and andwoten women women gathered gatheredIn githere
In front of the branchbankand branbhbankanddemadod branbhbankanddemadodtheir branbhbankanddemandod branbhbankanddemandodtheir demanded demandedtheir
their money mone They Thfculdnt Tlieycouidrtt coulclnt bo hI made to tounderstand t turettnd tbunderstand
understand urettnd why hy they the thoycouidnt couldnt ouh t get ge it I and andtho andthe I Ithe
the reserves rrve of the th Eldrldge Eldrdg street tret police policestation pole polestntlon policestation
station wore ter pent nt around arund to drive drve them themTHE tlem tlemaway themaway
away
THE T I ROTTEN LOAN L ACCOCXT ACCOCXTIt ACCOt
It I was when the loan and discount dicunt account accountcame acut acutce accountcaine
came ce to be b examihed that th tthe the condition conditionof cndillon cndillonor
of the bonk bnkbme became known know The state statement 611te 611temet statemoat ¬
moat met was wa mode mae yesteray eleray fternobn teroqn that thatof thatof thatof
of the entire enti 600000 0 lent by the bonk bonkpractically b hankpractically
practically pratcaly te none was wa properly proprly secured securedMoat securedilost urd urdIlot
Moat Ilot of the tim money it was waldu sold hiul d been beenlent bfm bfmlent lcoiiloot
lent on unsecured uscured piomlHSpryiotes pi piornissory omlrvot totes to per persons preons ¬
o pr prIIS
sons IIS many many of whom non couldnt cotd t be 0 found In Inthe II iiithe
the city cit many directory dlrotT and to firms fmu or com companies cm cmpan cornpatties ¬
patties pan Ils to t which no reputable commercial commercialageiKT c cotrinircIalagency rimerial rimerialagene
agene agency had given a rating ratng clthergood elhergood or orbad orbi orbad
bad It may tiia lie b difficult difcul indeed ide for the thereceiver thoreiver thereceiver
receiver bi reiver wheni whr he si Ial all have been 01 ap appointed appinte sippointed ¬
pointed pinte to find fd many mny of the ho banks baks her borrowers br brrowel herrowers ¬
rowers at at all allAs al sillAs
rowel As samples mple of the loans loa made while whileit whie whieRtblhld whileRothschild
Rtblhld Rothschild A wa was prident president or me the bnk bnkIt bank bankIt
it was learned that not far from rromlOoO rromlOoOof 30000 30000of o0s o0sof
of the WW banks bnks lere money had ha been b turned ture over overto overt overto
to t the Globe GOM Security Hourty Company and to toWilliam t tWiia toWililam
William Wiia Mulrheod Murhe the te company president presidentIn prldont prldontIn
cmpy
In return rtur in most mOt instances iMtance for no better bettersecurity btter btterseurty bettersecurity
security than the unlndoreed unidor notes not of the theusury theuury theusury
seurty usury factory and Ild nd of Mulrhead Muirhe In a few fewinstances rewInstano fewinstnnoea
uury fatr
instances the Globe Security lon lo were weresecured weresur weresecured
Instano te Iob 8ty
secured by th the companys notes notbke backed backedup backedp
up sur p by chattel mortgages ompnys on property 1 owned ownedby oWe ownedby
by the chttl unfortunates moriM who had p had to borrow borrowmoney borv borvmoney borrowmoney
money te unorurt of the loan lo shark outfit ouUI In the Amen American Aer Amencan ¬
can Tract to Society SocietyBuilding SocietyBuildingThen Building BuildingThen
Trt Siety Buiding BuidingTen
cn Then after looking after artr the needs of ofthe of ofthe
artr loklnt nes
the Ten security company which he and ad his hisbrother hil hisbrother
sury cmpny
brother brther Louis Lulfouno founded Rothschild Rthchid ac according accring nocording ¬
cording to the banks lxx hok books > ks attended ntende to tohis 10his tohis
cring his personal needs bks and ad those tbo of his hisbrother hll hisbrother
brother pronal The books es show thai tht David and andLouis andLull andLouis
bkFshow
Louis hrotlr borrowed Te from the bank bnk on their theirown theirown
own 01 Lull unsecured un6ured browe notes Then Davids law lawver lawyer lawvon
von friend John W Woolen Wootn attorney attorneyfor attorey attoreytor attorneyIor
for the rrond Globe Gob Security Surty Company Coipy had hd to tohave t tohave
have a little 1t1 while whie the theha1ng having was Wi good goodBut go goodBut
But Blt Rothschild Rotlchldlnt wasnt very er liberal lbrl with withWoolen withWooten wIthWooten
Wooten The lawyer got only abut about
2000 p pdorsed part on his own nott not Inlof indorsed by byhK byhis
520 his wife pt nd mmd part on his wlfe fes note In Indot Indorsed
hK wie
dorsed by somebody somebodyCol Imibod ImibodCOIJldlon Jrt
dot
Col COIJldlon Jtidnon was asked Wked yesterday YCtay after afternoon ater aternoon afternoon ¬
noon If he had any fault to find fn with the theadministration thoaQmh theadministration
aQmh administration ha of the tle affairs of o thebank thebanksince te the bak bak61nce bank bankchico
trton aar
since Woods took hold of It andlio ad he replied rple repliedNo i iNo INo
No There herhl has been bcnnothlng nothing wrong wrongwith wrn wrntlh wrongwith
Whateverha Whateverbad whatever whateverbad
with the ho Woods management
bad tlh banking WoRmngement there ther was W occurred under tho thoRotlischild thoRothschid theRothschild
ha Rotlischild Rothschid regime r Rlme Furthermore Frlhermorc1 ocr there therewas ther therewas
was nothing wrong In the management managementof magoment
wrn
WI noting
of the East Et Side branch brnch under theHothe theHotheuhild the Rt Rotha Rothachild
child management I have hle had hd a 1 man mango mango mango
chid go over the books boolt there ter very v r ty carefully carefullyand crruly crrulyand carefullyand
and the tie business buslnel was I pretty clean cleanTHE cln clnT cleanTUE
THE T ORIENTAL o FAt RUG PHASE PHASEII 1UABE 1UABEI
II I was wa also learned learne that a loan loln of 10 8000 8000had 8000had
had been ben made mlde to the Harlem Rug Manu Manufacturing Manuracturlng Mannfactuning ¬
facturing Company When the thi ho bank bk ex exuniner exainer oxamber
amber ainer was viu asked Ikl1 about abut this loan lon he said saidho 81d 81dho saidho
ho hadnt hdnt WI been ben able to tftd tofiuid flild out out anything anythingabout anhg anhgabut anythingabout
abut about the lie company cmpany or whether whethert it had any anyconnection an ancnntlon anconnection
cnntlon connection with wih the thl Oriental Orentl rugs which whlohtho whichtho whlo whlotIm
tho bank advertised adverlm fop rol salein Rleln nlg various variousparts variousparts arlols arlolspas
parts of the country cuntr Th6 Th copartnership cprnerhp
ilrtor pas directory states sttl that the he Harlem U lem Rug RugManufacturing nug1wmfaturng RugManufacturing
1wmfaturng Manufacturing Company does do business bu lne at atind
103 Et East 125th strt street Its ealt1lls liWO 500Q0 500Q0and
and Its It officers omcr are ar Sidney Sidne tl QII H Solomon Solomonresident Solomonprldfnt Solomonpresident
prldfnt president resident A F Vaughan Vaughn secretary 6 tr and andSolomon ana anaSolomon 50d 50dSolomon
Solomon Vaughan VauglUn and Bernard Michael Michaeldirectors Mlohaeldlntor Michaeldirectors
dlntor directorsThe directors directorsThe r
The books bk of the bank bn do throw thrw some somelight 8me 8melght comaelight
light however those Oriental O
lght howeert on th0 rentl rues ruesirhfch r rugswhich
which whih David Rothschild ItottbUd said sldba bad been beenlelzed bn bnsie beenseized
seized sie by b the te bank b to t satisfy tWya 6 claim oW Lest Lt LtI
I
there thDr should be b any misunderstanding rndeltndlng about abouwhat abut abutwhat aboutwhat
what Rothschild Rothehld said eld on this thi score It mai maibe may
be b recalled rale that writing writng on the or letterhead letterhealof letterhe letterheadof
of the bank bnk under date dte of Feb 24 1004 1004to JI 1004to
to Messrs MOr A Leggato Lggato 4 on Plttsburg Plttbug Pa
Rothschild Roth hld stated statedJKNTLEMRN statedENTLEafE tt
JKNTLEMRN KNTIE1IS ENTLEafE You are nrl hereby authorizes auihorlze
to offer oler at public publc auction the entire entro stock o of
Oriental rugs rUI and carpets C Inventory value rlhle
rplf
l 640 64000 400p which stock IH to be gold old In order tc tcYours to topay topay
pay the advances whlchwo which we IRde inside on the orer same santeottre
Yours ottre vcr very trul truly The he Federal etrnl Blnk Bank of Nework New
York 1 ork D HoTiidciULn ROTu cuLn President PresidentIn
In P an advertisment advertisement prnted printed In thePhistne thePhilistine the thePhilistine
Phistne Philistine for March it was stted stated that
< 84500 660 In genuine rre rare Oriental rgs rugs held
by the Federal Bank of New York
eetal 1 as le lecurltt soeunity se security ¬
curltt curity loan aro now ofere offered at hl half ct coat to coverloan coverloan cover coverloan
loanTho
Tho bank examinr examiner had heard about the thebank
bank blnk being bing In the rug business buslne and when whenho
ho h RW saw saw1 the loan of foOOO 8000 0 to the HarlemHug HarlemIttig Harlem HarlemRug
Rug Company ho concludec concluded to fnd find out Ifthll Ifthis if ifthis
thll this domOto domestic rug making cncer concern hadanthlnR hadanything had hadanything
anything to do rF with thl the fne fine Orlontl Oriental rugswhich rugswhich rugs rugswhich
which the bank was leJng selling at IUlf half cost CORtt costto costto
t to cover loanHe loanHe loan loanHe
He found no conneton connection up to yesterdayafternoon yesterday yesterdayafternoon esterdayIreron
Ireron afternoon btween between the dometc domestic rug cn cncer concorn con concern ¬
cer cern and the Orental Oriental rgs rugs but ho did fnd fnda find finda
a contract or Iotehin something that rad read IkA IkAa like llkna
a contract hetwfn betwren David Rothschid Rothschild andsom andsome and andBomo
some concern which showe showed that Rothschid Roths Rothschild ¬
chid child had Fold sold tho naIeof name of the bank to beUIP boused bo boused
UIP used as the Ihl name of the seller seler of these theseOriental thre threOrenlal theeeOriental
Orenlal Oriental rgs rugs receiving for such use tle tlefUI themeimn the tlieBum
fUI Bum of S8OOO 8OM > Ono Max Grabb pO posed asthe as astho
tho agent of the FIEral Federal Bank nip rug e saleand saleand sale saleand
and ailo also appeared t to bo tho manager or of aconcern aconcern a aconcern
concern caled called tho Orentl Oriental Imporing Importing
Company at 258 Fourth aenuoDANK avenueDANK avenue avenueBANK
DANK BORROWED 530 38000Besides 38000 38000Besides
Besides ldo the banks labity liability to IsdepOI IsdepOItOl itadeposl itadeposltori its deposi depository ¬
tOl tory it W8 was leared learned 3e yesterday terlar that In theI thethe the thothn
the later latter days of tho Hothschld RothHchlld managemoot manage management ¬
I ment it npjotated negotiated I u loan wih with 60mebo somebody somebodyor n1nnJe n1nnJement
or other for 30 38000 The fact thlt that a banle1lould bankt4tloUlI bank bankshould
1lould should have hon boon put In a condlton condition ofhaving ofhaving of ofhaving
having to borrow money mone was Wil a new ex experience exparienc exporienc ¬
perience for tho ofCI ofticers of theState Banking
Deparment Department and they want to know muchmore much inuohmore
more than they do now of the why whys andwherrol andwherefores and andwherefore
wherefore wherrol of this l loan an Te The bank probaby
did not pay Gobeurty GloboSecurity rt rates of mterot mterotTiE interestTIlE interest intercutTHE
TiE THE SOGALLED RAtE SALE OF TiE THE BANKAfer BANKAfter BANK BANKAfter
Afer After the connection btween between DavidI David DavidRothschild
I I Iotlhld Rothschild and and the Gob Globe Security Compny Cornpany Com Company ¬
pany hd had bn been pretty stlfactorUy satisfactorily establislied cstab cstablifihwl
pny lifihwl and aror after it hd had hnme become knownhrough knownthrough known knownthrough
through HothshidA Rothschilds own leter letters that theeprl theFederal the thnFederal
Federal eprl Bnk Bank WIS was in the nig ru huslnP business aIlluaton asituation a asituation
situation RrQI arose which le led Rolhlhid Rothschild toconclude toconclude to toconclude
Illuaton conclude tht that hed like Jke t to get out of thehanklng thebankIng the thebanking
banking busln0 business Therefore he openednegotiations opened openednegotiations
negotatons negotiations with Wilam William M Wos Woods opne whoI who
I 1 ha had bn been vicepresident of the CentmlI CentralNational Central CentralNational
I National Bnk Bank and is a diretor director In theStuyvent theStuyvesant the theStuyveeant
Stuyvent Stuyveeant Heights Bnk Bank of Brokly Brooklyn tobuy tobuy to tobuy
buy the holdingl holdings of himslf himself and hi his brotherIuls brotherLottie brother brotherliouls
liouls in the bankArter hankAfter bank bankAfter
After Wos Woods had Wwe assumed cntrl control ortha ofthe of ofthe
the Inlttulon Institution in Marh March he announcedthat announcedthat announced announcedthat
that noby nobody of the ho name of Hothshld HothshldI RothschIldhad Rothschild Rothschildi
i had Iny any conneton connection dirtly directly or IndlrtlYI IndlrtlYIwith indIrectlywith Indirectly Indirectlywith
with the Foerl Federal Dnk Bank Mr Wos Woods laid laidtmt said saidthat said saidthat
I that th the brk bark wa was to be reorganIzed rr reorganIzedand reorgani7edRothschilds anl anlnnd
and that Orylhlng onnnetlt oonnnected with th the theIotMhldl theJtothschilds
Rothschilds IotMhldl was to 1m eliminated elmln tdfrom from it itIt ItIt ItIt
It was 8 stated Htted yesterday ytray on the highest highestauthority highet highetluthorlty highestaiitlrnnlty
authority luthorlty however that the chief sto slo < k kholderH kI kholders
I holders holdlH of the bank when it I was wa closed closedyesterdav close closedyesterday
yesterday were David and Louis Roths Rothschild Hothschid Rothschild ¬
I child chid They ThlY started tarte the bank in 1002 1002and 102
j and of the total capital capial stock tok of 520 250000 250000they 2O00Ot
they t 1103 hold I 150000 Iro It wan said Hdd yesterday csterdIY that thatwhen thatwhn thatwhen
when Wood assumed control of the bank bankno bankno
Wos
I Ino
no money was Isume paid by h him or his friends friendsfor frends frendsfor friendsfor
for the thO Rollwcnild Hotlchlhi holdings David and andIjouUt andluls andIoiii
IjouUt Ioiii put their stock stok in escrow Ccrow with wih the thoshould IhoUldeftnndlng themiderstanding
Uldeftnndlng miderstanding thaI Wos oods and his friends rrlendshould friendsshould
should buy tho stork 81m k or bring about abut its ItflKale It
tln Kale so that tat the Rothschilds Hothhld should get
120 20 a share for it itIt itIt
It I was WB stated slato yesterday that when Mr MrWoods MrWoda MrWoods
Woods Woda found out in just what condition conditiontho ondllon ondllonthe conditiontho
tho bank was ho refused rfusr either to buy buynny bmof buyany
any of the stock Itock himself himel or to get any of ofhis orhis ofhis
his friends tp t4 buy it I Therefore it is still BtiHin ItU ItUIn stillIn
in escrow ccro and David and Louis llls Rothschild Rothschildown Rotlchid Rotlchidown
own it Just what equity they have in it itcould Itcould itcould
could not be learned ler > If I they the didnt dlcnt have havenny havl hmavtany
any more mor equity in this thi stock Itok than they did didin didin didin
in their tll lr Mock lock in thu Eullable Equitable National NationalBank Natonal NatonalBnk NaUonalBank
Bank Bnk now no In a 1 receivers reeherf hands handl which whichwas whichWJ whichai4
WJ was ai4 opened a I few months before the Fed Fedoral Fe Fedoral
oral erl Bank opned in Broadway Broday just above Eleventh Eleventhstreet Eleventhftrt Eleventhstreet
street ftrt and which also the Rothschilds Rothschildsstarted Hothlhlds Hothlhldsstlne Rothechildsstarted
started stlne they didnt didt have as I much as a they theymight they theymiglt
might have President Preidpnt Woods Wodl declined declinedyesterday dolne declinedyesterday
yesterday to discuss dirB the failure faiure of the bank bankCol bnk bnkCnl bankt
Col t ci Judson was waf asked last Ilt evening eveling what whatthe whatthe hiat hiatthe
the law wasreparding WM re ardilR the lending of morey moreyby moreyhv noreyby
by a bank to its officers ofcer He replied rple that thattha Ihnttle thatthe
the law prohibited prohibied the lending lendig to any anyono ay ayono anyono
ono tle officer ofr of more than onetenth onetnth of ofthn ofthl oftim
tim thl capital and surplus of tho institution institutionWhen isttution isttutionWheu Institutionhesi
When hesi asked Ikp1 if ho thought thourht that the Roths Rothschilds Rolhschids Rothisehilda ¬
childs chids had h borrowed borrowe from tho he Federal Fl > eral Bank Bankmoro Bnk Bnk10re Bankmnoro
moro 10re than tho ho law lw allows alow he replied reple that thathe thathe thathe
he thought thoulht tho completed compatN examination examinaton of ofthe orthe oflie
the lie books hoks would show that they th had hadROTHSCHILD ha hadn0TIISCItTLD
ROTHSCHILD nOTIBCILD IN THE TiE LATE tATF EQtJITAnLE EQtJITAnLEDavid EQUTt EQVIT8LEDavid L
David Rothschild Rothfhld was the th prime mover moverin moverIn moverin
in the organization organl7nton of the Equitable Euiable Bank BankIt BankIt BankH
It was he who got Postmaster POttMter Van Cott Cottand Cottand C ott ottand
and others to t become bomp Interested Interete I and it itpersonal itwas
oten
was 08 he who iduc induced throu through h an Intmate Intmatepernl Intimate Intimatepersonal
personal pernl friend rrond of Mr i Van Va tolls oUs the Post Postmaster PO Postmaster ¬
master to become bme the president ptldet of the thebank thebn thebank
mter bank bn After At r the bank wan B started sUr Baths Rothschild Rth Rthohld Bathschild ¬
child wanted the State Btt to t make it a de depository d dplor di dipository ¬
ohld me
pository wnt Mr Von Vn Cott and a well wel known knownRepublican knownRepublcn knownRepublican
Republican plor Republcn lawyer lwer agreed to go up to t Al Albany Alby Albatty ¬
batty by and see s what wht agr could c ld bo b done about aboutRetting abut abutgettig aboutgettIng
Retting gettig some pomt of the States Sttes money deposited depositedin deplt
in the bank bankRothschild bnk bnkRotlhld bankRothschild
Rothschild In the meantime had be become beoome beoorne ¬
Rotlhld meatme
come the practical prtcal manager maager of the Equi Equitable Ell Elltble Equitable ¬
table tble his title tto being If he had any ans at oil oilTho al alTho allThe
Tho Manager Manag < r of the tl Discount Deount atit Depart Department upar epart epartment ¬
ment mtnt Mr Van Cott and ad his h friends didnt didntlike didntlke didntlike
like lke Ute way wa Rothschild HoUnchld ran things and andafter andarerthey andafter
after arerthey they had made mal all al their plans plls to go to toAlbany t toAlbany
Albany Albay they the decided dllce to stay sta at hlme One Oneof Onaof Theof
of the Uleobjetlonable objectionable features reRtum of RoUischllde RoUischlldemanagement RoUlschlds RoUlschldsInaaement Rothschildsmanagement
Inaaement management was that In warm war weather weatherhe
he Insisted IUlst > on making maklnl himself prominent prominentin prminent prminentIn
in the hank hak in I his hl shirt Ihirt sleeves sleeR Another Anotherthing AnotherIbng Anotherthing
thing Ibng that Mr ro Van Va Cott Ctt and ad his hi friends friendsdidnt rrlendRdidnt friendsdidnt
didnt like Jte was wa Rothschilds lotschldR plan to have havewomen haowomen havewomen
women good looking young women act actas actR actas
R as cashier lo and ad paying p lnl and ad receiving rllng tellers tellersand telcl tellersand
and clerks cerks Unsaid le ald that It Itwould would bechcaper bechcaperthan b bcheaperthan chcaper chcaperthan
than hiring hlrlnl men and ad would WOII draw custom customit 0101 cislomnThe
The Van Ctt CoLt cntingnt contingent fnnly finally Inisted InistedIt insisted insisteda
a it Rothschild Rthschid and his brother brther get out outhen outThen outThen
Then hen It was WB Wfl that Rothschild Roth chld got out and andtartod and6tarh andstarted
started 6tarh the Federal eeral Bank Dnk Rothschild lolhchld had hada
a L majority majortv of the tie stock Rtok of tho ho Equitable Equitablemd Equiable Equiableand Equitableand
and in order to pay for it It I It he bothotea bothoteaIt bypothecatecl bypothecateclit
It t with banks bnnk in Brooklyn Brokln Whether V bother ho hoivor hoe hoevor
e evor ivor r took up lp the lie loans loan or not Is not known knownTho knoW knownThe
The Federal Felerl Bank according acoring to its It letter lettermads letor bettorheads
heads hpads and ad advertising aderilng matter was wa one of ofhe orthe ofthe
the he city clh depositories dOpltorlC Comptroller Comptrolor Grout Groutvus Grut Grutwa Groutwas
was wa asked ake last night if the city ciy hod much muchnoney muchmoney muchmoney
money on deposit depsit at the bank hk at the time timet tm tmIt timeIt
It t was wa closed clOd He said that the Federal FederalJank Feerl FeerlBank FederalBank
Bank was WO not used ul by the city citYI except excpt when whenmm whena
a pyont paymont was a to b be mde made wnln wIen a cerain cerainslm certaIn certaInsum
mm slm w f money would be deposited deJlte and andchecks ad adcheks andchecks
cheks checks drawn drwn against It immediately He Heiaid le leKld liesaId
saId Kld ho believed belee that tho city cit had a I small smalllenoslt aml smalldeposit
deposit depit in tho bank at the time of the failure failuretut ralur failurebut
but tut just how much It was 1 ho could culd not not say l
He le added dol however that tht the deposit depsit was wasery Wi wasvery
ver very ery small smallISTBIOT smalDISTRIC smallD1STRICr
ISTBIOT DISTRIC ATTORNEY ATTRNEY CONSULTS CNSULT EXAMINER EXAMINERAssistant EXUUNEI EXAMINEnAssistant
Assistant Afl tnt District Dltrlct Attorney Atorney Kresel Kel by
direction directon of District Vstrict Attorney Atorey Jerome Jerometad Jeromehad Jeromehad
had tad a long conference cnrernc with wih tel ol Judson Judsonminer Judsonlate Judscnlate
late Yel yesterday artrnoon afternoon The bak bank ex examiner examinar
ra
miner told tld Mr Kreeel K1 that as a the bank bnk bnkbks bankbooks I Iooks
bks books > ooks looked loke at that tht time tme tt criminal cim prose pr prosecution I Iution
ution cuton might mgbt lie lo against agint somebody someby but tt he hetp I
tp 4
jdi Averages f fTo Ir 3 3To I ITo
To the law of averages we bjfe bjfea owe oweAeA W Wa
AeA a condition conditon in our tailoring taioring busi business buslI buslnes busitess
I ness nes which is specu peculiar r to to itsejf1 itsejf1Perhaps i itself itselfc self selfPerhaps
c Perhaps no other shop in nthis nthistown this thistown thistown
town has the courage to maintain main a n so great a astock astock astock
stock as ours of garments which cost from froJ thirty thirtyto thrt
to forty dollars olars This entails entais an organization organizationof organizaton organizatonof
of tailors taJors who are as clever ccer cleveras as the craft r ft affords affordsmasters aUordsmasters affordsmasters
masters of it The garments garmeqtsat at a modest modestprice modestpricesay modestpricesay
price pricesay say fifteen fifeen dollars dolarsare dollarsare are tailored taiored by the same sameorganization sameorganizatontaiored sameorganizationtailored
organization organizatontaiored organizationtailored tailored with that element elem ht of char character character character ¬
acter and distinctiveness distncteress wholly wholY foreign to the theaverage theEerQge thea1ierlge
average EerQge readyforservice suit suit or top coat at atfifteen atfiteen atfifteen
fifteen fiteen dollars dolars
tkn k Enmjramj EnmjramjHE nmuu 4 4rQfl4w4w
rPn rQfl4w4w wnyt 33 334 Ic P 3thStr 34th 4rcl 4rclpfHE sH sHTHE
HE important Imporant idea in all al work where taste t ste and harmony are of even more moreimportance moreIportance ioreimportance
THE importance Iportance than mere usefulness usefulnes is that the intention lleM shall 6hal clearly cleary show shw in ineverylineand Ineverylneand ineverylineand
detail The unusual distinction attained a aTop
everylineand everylneand detai distnction in ir our Paddocks Paddock and andTop a c cTop
Top Coats is Ia a due to intelligent Inteligent intention expressed by our o oiirdsigner r designer d slgner and molded moldedinto moldedInto J Jinto
into form by tailors tiors who have been drilled dried for yeits yt rs some sqme of them for more morethan morethan morethan
than twenty years in expressng his ideas This applies apples toevery oevel garment bearing bearingour I Iour
our name and the prices are modest modestSMITH modest modestSMITH
SMITH GRAY GRY CO COQuality
j
Broadw Broadway a at atSlit
Slit rl St r 1 v > X f Y YKulton 5 5Fallen
Fallen Fulon St at atKlatbush ItItroadway 1 1natbuh
Klatbush natbuh Ave AVfBroadway AvBroada AveQuality
Broadway > at atBedford a aIrdford atFlatbush
Bedford Irdford A An e eD
Quality first fr t D roo k 1 y n
n
would be unable to give glvo glv the tle District DIRtrlctttrey DIRtrlctttreydefnito A tlornej tlornejdefinite ttorneydefinito
definite defnito information Inrormaton before hforeMonda Monday Mr MrKrcsel ifr1reael l lKresel
Krcsel learned lered enough from the bank bnk ex extcctive exImlner oxaminor
Imlner aminor to Ind indUce ce him to cl call on the De Detete Dotective
tcctive Bureau Bur0u for assistance assistanceDnvlci assistanceDavid IHtnc
tete David RothKchUd Rothchid lives lves at the Ansonlt AnsonltHotel AnMnlaHotel AnsoniaHotel
Hotel Some Som of his hiE actiuaintancos acqualntanC there therewild thereMid theresaid
wild last night that ho left the hotel last lastFriday lat latFrida lastFriday
Friday Frida morning and went to Atlantic Atlntc City CityHo CityHe CityHo
Ho was gone gonffour four days days During that time timethroo tme tmetlrl timethree
three Central Cenlrl Office Ofc detectives detltvef Peabody PeabodyClarke PeabodyC PeabodyClarke
Clarke C tlrl arke and McConville McConvie visited Islt the hotel hotelseveral hotelvernl Iiotlseveral
several vernl times Ilmel inquiring inquiringfor for him The bank bankexaminers bnk bnkexamlnel bankexaminers
examiners examlnel had ha been bn at work all al the te w wek wekRothschild ek ekHothschlld k kHolhschld
Hothschlld Holhschld loft lof the to hotel early caly yesterday yesterdaymorning yeHwrdaymorling yesterdamornIng
morning morling arid ant did not return retur At 8 oclock oclocklast oclockIlt ocboc ocboclast
last Ilt night his wife and nd fiveyearold teearold son BOHleft lon lonlert sonleft
left lert the hotel holltout without baggage basage Detective DotectlvoMcConville Dteto DtetoMcConvie DetectiveMcConvllIe
McConville McConvie visited vlslttho tim hotel several feral times timesmalting timersmnalding
malting Inquiries Iqulrlel for Rothschild Rothschildcondition Rothldlld RothldlldThe RothschildThe
The l last t statement showing the alleged allegedcondition
condition of the Federal Bank was wa made madon madeon
on Dec De 8 1003 10 It I was wa as a follows followsLUBIUTIU folows folowsLItla followsLIsauITIII
LUBIUTIU LUBIUTIUCapital LItla LItlaCruI LIsauITIIISuTplU5
Capital CruI UMM UMMSurplus
SuTplU5lndlvlded Surplus Woa WoaUndivided
Undivided g Duo Du u2uo el depositors nronts rr nmfltsDu on icem demand detnndDue d dDue M MDue 1518 1518Duo
Due to trust trs companies cmple banks bankerr bankerrand bak baked bankprrand
and ed broken S73SI S73SITotal 3MI 3MITOlalllbllle 8735Total
Total TOlalllbllle liabilities SMOt SMOtASSISTS
ASSISTS ASSISTSLoans ASESTILoans BBT BBTLn
Loans and Id discounts dlsounls less 1 ie due from fr dl dlrectors dlrloN di1tabiltti >
Ln rectors rloN S4382I4 S4382I4IlabllUV I2U I2UJ
IlabllUV J bll at directors diretor as a makers mker niakersOverdrafts SM SMoverdralts
Overdrafts Ulerdrts OverdraftsDue IM IMD 585 585DUB
DUB D from trust t companies banks hankers hankersand bankersand
and Jr brdker w in 12 471 471Stocks 170Stocks
Stocks and bondsi bonds lHfSpecie lHf 1tg 1tgp 1149Spe
Specie Spe rl ete l IOMO IOMOUnlltd 10549Jot 4t 4tUnl
Jot Unlltd p ted Slate leral It tenders Itnder and ad circulating circulatingnotM crulalnc crulalncDott cIrculatingnotes
notes Dott ot national banks Ilnk bnksCash I5SM I5SMCash r6 r6Ch
Cash Items 27180 27180Assets 871ccAsset 160 160Aet
Ch Assets Aet not Included Inrudrd under any ot the above abovebeads abovobrads aboveheads
beads 1SRM 1SRMTotal I 15515Tots I ITn
Total Tn resources rsunes resourcesrherewas KW9T7 KW9T7There1 f91
There1 rherewas herwM was a mild mid run r on the bank begin beginning beginning beginnlng ¬
ning shortly 6horty after Ifer the examiners examlnel began begantheir ban banthplr begantheir
their annual examination exminaton It continued continuedright continuedright
right up to yesterday eterday morningwhen moring morning when a aconsiderable I aconsiderable
considerable 1J sum of money was wMwlhdraT waswithdrawn waswithdrawnThe withdrawn withdrawnThe
The extent of this lhl run is indicated Indicte by h the thefact thotact thefact
fact that when the examination examliaton began begantho beganth beganthe
the th deposits depOla amounted ilDounteto to very nearly half h hmillion I a amillion
million Thc Th bank examiners statement statementof Itatemcnt Itatemcntof
of mliol the deposits dep lt yesterday ytlerny was ae that they theyamounted theyamounte theyamounted
amounted amounte to S350000 S350000TRIED 10 S30000TRIED
TRIED TO OET ORJ OP illK THE 1890000 f800 FOLICS FOLICI rouc PENSION PENSIONFUND PENfJON PENfJONFUND PENSIONFUN
FUND FUNDWhen FUN D DWhen
When Police Polc Commissioner Coni8loner McAdoo hoard hoardof hor heardof
of the smash smlb yesterday ho h said saidI Hle saichl
I was W asked Mk shortly shorly after taking office officeto ofc aliketo
to deposit the Police Polc Pension Fund nd in that thatbank thatbank thatbank
bank reposlt
bankWho Who asked you the Commissioner Commlsslonl wart wnaasked WMIked wartasked
Iked IkedTht askedThat asked askedThat
That Tht I wouldnt like lke to say replied reple Mr MrMcAdoo MrMcAdo MrMcAdoo
McAdoo McAdo but ii i a man came care to me and pointed pointedout pinte
out that the Federal Feeral Bank would be a good goodplnco god godplaco goodplaco
in I told toldthis toldtbls toldthis
placo to put plt the pension pnsion money
this man that the pension fund was depos deposited deposIed deposItod ¬
dropped droppedThe ited Ied satisfactorily satlHr4ctoriy thlt and the matter mter was wasdropped wa wasdropped
The ho Police Polce Pension Fund at present preent ag aggregates aggrelatO aggregates ¬
gregates about abo t 800000 8800000Miss 800000Hiw
grelatO SO SOJ1
J1 Miss Hiw Patterson Iatcr on Now e Countess Countes nizyckl nizycklWASHINGTON GI7cl GI7clWA8INOTO 1zcki 1zckiWA8HINOTOIJ
WASHINGTON WA8INOTO April Apri 14 HThe The marriage marlag of ofMiss of1f ofMiss
Miss 1f Eleanor Eleor Patterson PnlersOI daughter of Robert RobertV Rober
V w V Patterson Paterln owner of the Chicago Tribune Tribunennd Trbune Trbuneand Tribuneand
and Count Count Joseph J eph Oizycki formerly of of1olnnd oflolnyid
1olnnd but now a resident reident of southwestern nouthweaternRussia AOthweter southwesternRussia
Russia Rusia Polnnd took tole place at noon today at tho thoresidence thoreidence theresidence
residence reidence of the brides patents in this city cityThe cityThe I IThe
The now nnwCounteM Countess Countl is a granddaughter ganddaghter of fitthe ofthe I Ithe
the late hto Joseph Medill Mel of Chicago founder founderof
of the Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe
The Trbune TrbuneThe ceremony was Wa performed perone by tho thoRev thoRv theRev
Rev Father Thomas Thom Le L of St Matthews MatthewsChurch Mathew MathewChurh MatthewsChurch
Church Rv Churh The bride brde WM Wa e eore escorted cort d to the thoaltar thealtar thealtar
altar by her father and ad tho ho groom gom was wasattended WI wasattended
attended aU by Ivan Iva von RubldoZlchy RbldoZlchy at atman atth attachd
tachd ende of the Au Austrian tan Eby Embassy 1 as bt btmn beet beetfinn
th man Count Cossinl Clnl the Russian RMla Am Ambassador Ambdor Ambawiador ¬
bassador mn and ad Baron ron Hengelmuller Hogemuler the thaAustrian theAUltrlan theAustrian
bdor
Austrian AUltrlan Ambassador Amb or were we among the theguests theguests
guests Tho bride is I 22 years yers of age and andthe andthe andthe I
the sels bridegroom is I SO 3 Count Qicyckl has hasa hs hsa
a large brldogm estate ette in the southwestern south etr part pa of ofMaine ornU5 ofRussia
nU5 Russia whlthe whIther he wi will te take hi hIs bide bide1Ialne bride brideMatneDCletCI
1Ialne MatneDCletCI Maine Drlrcatn Dllt atl Favor For Roosevelt RooseveltPORTLAND RooseveltPoRThAND o snl snlPORTtND
PORTLAND PORTtND Me April Aprl 14 Congressman 14Cngrm 14CngrmAmos 14CongreasmnaraAmos CongressmanAmos
L Allen of Alfred renomlhated renomlhatedat
Amos Alen Are was W rno nate
First district Republican convention conventionthis
at the th distrct Republca conventon conventonthll
thll this forenoon fornoon The Te platform commends commendsRoosevelt commondaHovelt commendsRoosovolt
Roosevelt Hovelt arid urges his renomlnation renomlnationTho rnomnaton rnomnatonTe
The Te Hon lon trnest tmet M MGal MGoodall Goodall of Sanford nor and andWoodbury andWobur andWoodhury
Woodbury Wobur K Dana Daa ofWestbrook of Wetbrock were wereelected wereellto wereelected
elected ellto vention ventlonThe delegates deltgate to t the national ntona con convention cn cnventon conventlon ¬
ventionTho venton The Republican Rpublcan State Stte convention cnenton elected electednational elet eletnatonal electednational
national natonal deldgates delegatO and candidates cadldfk for forPreviidontlal forPr forPresIdential
PresIdential were Pr ldental elected electedElectore eleto electedElectorsWaldo electors eletor today toay The Te following followingwere folowing folowingwere
Electore IlectonWaldo ElectorsWaldo Waldo Pettlnglll PeUlnl Rumford RumfordFalls Rumror RumfordFalls
Falls Fall F A Wilson Bangor Bngor Robert MoAt MoArthur McA MoAtthur
thur Biddofordj Bdderom Fred Fre K Harris BII Booth BoothBay BoothDy BoothBay
Bay Dy Harbor H rbor Fred Fre C Kinsman JMmwl Augusta AugustaJoseph Auguta AugutaJOeph AugustaJoseph
Joseph JOeph Hybor B Beaks Dak Dcvcr DcvcrConvention Dlr DlrCmnton DcverConvention
Convention Cmnton Delegate DelgatoF DelegatesF F E Boothby Bothby Boothb BoothbPortland
Portland Porlnd Edwin Riley Hiey Livermore Llormor Fults FultsJohn Fallj Fal FalJohn
John F Hill HI Augusta F M Simpson SimpsonBapcor Simpon SimponDJor SimpsonBangor
Bangor BapcorAH DJor DJorAl BangorAll
AH Al ore a for Roosevelt RoosoveltDONT ROQvelt ROQveltDONT RooseveltDONT
DONT FORGET FORGETCHILDREN FORGETCHILJREN FORGETCUILD1kEN
CHILDREN CHILDRENTHRIVE CHILJREN CHILJRENTHmVE
THRIVE THRIVEWONDtRFULLY THmVEWONDtRFULLY THRIVEWONDtRFULLY
WONDtRFULLY WONDtRFULLYON WONDtRFULLY WONDtRFULLYON WONDtRFULLYGrapeNuts
ON ONGrapeNuts ONGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsand GrapeNutsard
ard and Cream CreamTHERES
THERES A REASON REON REONf
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I
m m I IAnother
Another reason for our ourlarge ourlarge ourlarge
large trade among among young 1 men is isthat isthat s sthat
that we provide plenty of ounique ouniquepaterns unique uniquepatterns uniquepatterds
patterns paterns in addition acditon to tq the more moreconventional moreconventional moreconventional
conventional types type Our younger youngercustomers youngercustomers youngercustomers
customers appreciate allprecate this thisPer thisPerhaps Per Perhaps Perhaps ¬
haps they like 1ke a touch t uch of ofacter char character character
acter At any a y rats rat they want to tosee to tosee tosee
see both kinds All Al our suits suit are are1striking arestkn arcstriking
striking stkn in cut and workmanship workmanshipStriking workanship workanshipStriking workmanshipStriking
Striking patterns paterns too if you IOL like le
12 will wi get a smart suit for a ayoung ayun ayoung
young man pan More money mon y will willget wi willget
get ge a abetter better ter pne pneA pneA onehlarge
A hlarge large variety o of < textures texture col colors c colors J Jor
or ors and prices prc pricesincloth > in indoth loth rain rin coats coatsSnappy cat coatSnappy
Snappy coverts covertsHackett covert covertHackett covertsHackett
Hackett CarTiart thadC thadCTre CoThree Co CoThree
Three Tre f 841 81 Corner Co rTirent ThirteenthStreet ThirteenthStreetStotAwtj Thirteenth Stc Street StreetBroadway < >
Broadway 1oalay j f 420 Comer Cme Canal Cana Street Slrl SlrlStre StreetStores i iStores
Stores Stre f 265 Near er Chambers Chamb Chamb Street StreetMARCUS Stret StretAnCl
MARCUS 111 AnCl I1CUS HOPKINS lllIV TO MARRY MARRYIlls UR URIls
Ills Ils KnKcbmrrit nll mtnt t to ti Miss ilS Oa Olnrly Co CrOby CrObyor Yo hy hyor b bor
or ColormUO ClorU ColoradoSprings Sprlnc SIrln1 AnnouncedCOLORADO Announced tnnoiinerdCOlORADO nnoirred nnoirredCOr
COLORADO COr DQ SPIMNOB SP JOI April Apri HFra HFraanpouncrmclt U lFoimOl lFoimOlannouncementwas Formal Formalannouncomentwaa
announcomentwaa anpouncrmclt a made herotodayof herotodayofthe here toy of oft ofthe
the t e nngjijjement enielpent of CjladyH QldYI Crosby CrOba Crnsb3ajeau a xvui xvuitiful u r
tiful hfulloletr society girl to Marcus Marl11 hopkins JOJkll son BOHof f1 sonof L
of tliepresidentrof thept ldentof Wllllarrw Wlmm College Col Mr MrHopkins 1r 1rJopldf MrHopkito
Hopkins Jopldf ig 1 a KraluaUv rdualfur < uf Yale Yal g Ho Jo hu huthree hathrO has hasthree
three thrO horace hotO one Jl in New York York city Ilt3 one at atDublin atDublin
I Dublin Dubln X s H anti cine ole on his 11t extensive pxtensivostock extensivestock xtnslvf
stock rahih milh in TOXOH exl Tho couple first firstmot frst frstmeL firstmnt
mot hero htr at a I hal ball U1 thrt tla three < o months ago and andIt andIt aridIt
It waM Wns vnt < a I aiBi ClF of love l vn nt first fnt slglir slglirMiss slghrMiss 110
Miss CrosbyH rlhrl father flthcr to i a wealthy walbj maine minnowner mlnown maineowner
owner own r Miws n Crosby Croh In I I now touring tourili the thnHast tlA tlAEIRt thelast
Hast EIRt with Vlh the faitilly falhly faihilyorGeh of Gen G h W 1 Palmer Palrncrof P lier liernf
of this city cityAIIT cit citUT citythtT I
AIIT UT SALES uio ANI ANn ANDEXILWflIDNS ANDEXILWflIDNSw > KAHHirTIOXN KAHHirTIOXNAvenue Xl i tos
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Avenue Avenue31R Rooms RoomsWJI Roo s i I
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NKrHthNt Near2sthSt Auctioneer AuctioneerTO lcon iicttoneerTO r 1 1T
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Comprising ComprisingEarly Omprsln OmprslnearlY fimpililneEarly
Early Chinese Porcelains Snuff SnutfBottles SnuffBottes SnuffBottles
Bottles Bottes Old Od Japanese JapanCe Gold Lac LacluerV Lacuers LicquCis
luerV uers and Inros Ivory Netsukes Netsukeslapineie Netsuke NetsukesJapanese
Japanese Color Col r Prints Pri us Pottery Poter
Bronzes Broizes Elegant Embroideries EmbroideriesLeathers Em EmbroideriesLeathers
Leathers and Rare Pewter Ob Objects ObJects ¬
jects and Wood Carvings CarvingsNOTE CarvingsNOTE
NOTE I IMr IMr
Mr Yoshlda desires to Mate that the thesale thesale
sale should be bewithoul without any reserve meaervewbat hat hatevcrUt si sievcrLn
evcrUt order to raise ready money to nub nubscrltxi subscelts
scrltxi i toward the relict fund for families familiesof
of soldiers and tailors now In front With WithupeclAl WIthspecial
special arrangements made with owner ownerfew ownerfew
few numbers are Included In the theorlginai original
Invoice InvoiceTODAY
InvoiceO O e eI sb sbTODAY
TODAY AT 3 OCLOCK OCLOCKAT t tATTHE
AT ATTHE ATTHESilo THE THESilo
Silo Art ArtOalleries Galleries 43 Liberty St StThe StThe
The dispersal dispersalatauction dispersalatauctionofihe at auction auctionof
of ofihe ofiheJ the theJ
J Stanfield Herris HerrisCOLLECTION HerrisCOLLECTION
COLLECTION COLLECTIONVALUABLE COLLECTIONVALUABLE
VALUABLE MODERN MODERNPaintings MODERNPaintings
Paintings PaintingsAND
AND OLD MASTERS MASTERSThe
The most important sale which whichhas whichhas
has taken place in these Galleries Galleriesin
in many years yearsBy yearsByorderOf
By ByorderOf order of ofGEORGE I IGEORGE
GEORGE GORDON HASTINGS HASTINGSAttorney 1IASTINOLAttorney
Attorney
James P PSilo PSiloAugustus Silo SiloAugustus
Augustus W Clarke ClarkeAuctioneers f
Auctioneers AuctioneersI
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