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4 + 7rifE SUN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1905i I 1 JR
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They All day I Ie a tlno tl tothe Lttho
the World Nco What Uio Irlth Can fluCrowd
j I Crowd Flndi Much of Intereit 1
l If the ixlilllli Tom MooreilIarpTnerTho
1 Tho Irish IndURtrinl Exposition holdr
r under tho uuspiceu of the Ancient Ordoof
j of Hibernians and Indorsed and asslstoiy
I iy all tim Irish HOcletlnH In Now York waaS
S opened last night In Madison Square Qoidon
I don for n run of three weeks Tho openS
S Ing exorcises wero made oxtraordlnarilattractive
attractive by tho presence and the speochcof
of Archbishop Farley and Mayor MoClelIan
t IanTho Mayor and tlio Archbishop mot at theManhattan
Manhattan Club and wero escorted t theQardon
Garden by the Irish Volunteers cotnmandoiby
by Major Charles J Crowloy Patrick JMoNulty
MoNulty State president of tho A 0 ILand
and Justlco Victor J IJowllng of tho 8upromo
I promo Court honorary treasurer led tinway
way and behind them rodo tho Mayor andthe
tho Archblahop who worn hU blrtlta onecassock
I Tho ranks of tho Volunteer made a lantho <
tho length of tbo Garden ant through Uilitho
tho procession inarched with applause allthe
the way for tho proluto nod tho citys oxeoutlvo
tlvo Thoy took thoir placo I tho wesbalcony
balcony and were followed by tho oflleoriand
t and committees of tho exposition and manjother
I other promlnont AmcrlcanH of Irish ancostry
costry including Mgr lavollu and Corporatlon
poratlon Counsel DolauyTho
Tho Sixtyninth HoRlment band playera
I salute to tho Archbishop and tho flnelliSocietys
I the balconyBang
Societys mixed chorus also In tle
Irelands Greeting to America amtho
Bang rrlamlt Uleolol Alerca
tho lactic odo Klro U Deora PnsldenlMoKulty
t MoNulty Introduced Archbishop Farleywho
who said in part
The Impulso that worldwide fame andKilo
Kilo of a countrys production must giveto
to industry Is easily understood Thatsuch
Buch will ho the result of this exhibit ofIrish IIr1b
Irish industries wo have every reason tohope
hope That Ireland should today holdBUch
4 hop creditable plvo among tho Industrialnations
nations of tho world Is I marvel to all whoknow
know anything of tho history of her induBtrirw
duBtrirw I IB needless to Bay that shehas
has within her 32000 square miles of territory
tory a wealth oC resources which oughtto
t make her the c < Unl of many of theEuropean
p European nations In domestic pros > eHtyWe
We know however that she I not andtho
t the reason is not far to seekArchblsliop
Archblsliop Farley quoted Frondes account
count of tho Hfiuolcliiiifr of Irish industryby
by EnglandIs
Is there any other nation In the worldhe
ho continued thatunder such circumstances
contnul tlat
I stances would have retained Its Industrialspirit
spirit and havo put forth tho evidencesof
of energy and penioveranco such as weeeo
eeo before MB In tills Irish Industrial exhibit
if hibit tonightThe 1The
The Archbishop introduced MayorMoClellan
MoClellan Tho applause for the churchman
man bad been hearty but the Mayorsappearance
appearance caused a lot more noise for thecrowd
crowd was not s much In awe of him Theapplauso
applause continued nt intervals throughout
out the Mayors speech iio saidI
I assure you that I greatly appreciatethe
the privilege and tho honor of assisting atthe
the ceremonies of tho evening I take ItiH
J that the primr pflflO5fl of th1s exposItionI
I i the development of Irish industries byshowing
showing to tho people of the Inlted Statesthe
the capacity of Irish handicraft and of Irishart
I art The energy and skill with which thegun
I work fas been iogun insures its completesuccess
l successBut
suoa thero Is another purpose which hasactuated
U actuated the organisers of this expositiona
jli a purpose which must appeal to every manand
and woman through whoso veins thor
flows a slnglo drop of Irish blood to teachEfouncor
l to younger Irishmen of tho United Statescapabilities
11 mlo capabilities tlin possibilities and thessitles
cessitles of the parent land giving themreal
a real and practical knowledge of Irelandand
and by teaching theta thso things todraw
draw oven more closely the bonds of loveand
and loyalty that unite the children to theirI
K motherI
I sincerely trait that this exposition willbo
I b only tho first of many to hf hold withlike
J like patriotic purpose in ovary land whereIrishmen
Irishmen aro found For there Is t greaterIreland
M Ireland than that upon the map a greaterIreland
V Ireland beyond tho hens that stretchesto
to every quarter of time globe To everycontinent
I continent Irelands HOIM have gone Lrr
ing with them their wonderful adaptabilitytheir
their power to organise and govern tlmirpower
j suffer to dare nndto
power to endure and to
pwor And Irish women have gone toowith
with their bea ely and their charm theirroctreot
roctreot for truth their lon of virtue andtheir
their love of o1
Scarcely I great movement hut takenplace
place in conturio for llhortv and tho rightsof
of man but Irishmen have loon among tholeaders
leaders SoirceU a war linn bcmi foughtin
in modern times but Irishmen lavenlavod
played their part valiantly and will havefought
fought and bled and conquered or foughtUK
UK bled and diedWherever
Wherever you find a blessed land whereliberty
liberty is a reality where man i mansequal
equal and where woman Is mans helpmate
mate lucre you will find tho shamrockgrowing
of tho KmeraldIslo
growing a little < < rumor <
Islo thousands of mil awnyEdwnri
Edwnri T McCrjvtil pccrtfiry of thoexposition
exposition rend a letter which broughtforth
forth a grunt chrer I was from President
dent Roosevelt find nti as followsI
I deeply regret I i < not in my power tobo
bo present nt tho IrUli Induilrinl Exhibitionto
r p 1 t pc hfiti ft Ma dlon Square Garden Notonly
I I only should I ho milch interested In thodisplay
InduitrU1 of Ireland in thA
l l display of t r rllllln matter
f ter of toxtiliw IIIOCM imd other branches ofIndiiKtrial
l IndiiKtrial art but I should he particularlypleased
J pleased with til i duratUmnl feature whichBB
BB I under > nd ii i to symlxilini and interprettholrnh
terprettholrnh Itivivnl Unfortunately itis
u I I 1 is simply out of my power to nnke anotmrcngajoinmt
cngajoinmt of any kind new nnd nil Ionh
can do is to fiend you My narty good wlshnsfor
for the success of i Will my a movonentIt
It is appropriate that in
pnruliarl > 1JIoI11atl II ourcountry
country whore so largo I portion of tboblood
blood of our mixed jH > IIf It drawn fromtho
tho Irish HtixjU timer ilmuld l > o this movemont
mont framed on broad lines and carriedout
out in HUeh whuhnO anil compnhcnsivemanner
manner for the Jiirpiwrt of illustrating theIndustrial
Industrial talents and artistic and literarygonlun
gonlun of tho Irish rieWith
With all gool wihns for the successof
L of thjext > oit ion IHitv mo since rely yours
1 u numrmmF HOOKBVKITTho
t I The secretary nlsn rid tell rlK frol
Charles F Murphy mid others expressing
I their regret at Iivt biig nlilo to attend theopening
opening ane thir wish that tho expositionwould
I would bo a suceewi Miss MeLouglilinsong
u song Tho Lost Itoso of Summer nnd thentho
r tho crowd turned to give botno nttention tothe
the exhibits which filled tho Jarclen nhdthe Ithe
the decorations which graced it iI roofnnd
and sidi worn iovrrod with Irish anilAmerican
k I American flig1 timid bunting Including fne
old gold ami royal bu of ancient IrelandAmong
u Among tlr cxlilts lucre was plenty
to Pee The four 1ttlo Irish girls who camoover
over on the Bait 1 last week outdo laceunder
under tho direction of tlie whiterohodBisters
Bisters of tho Convent of Our Lady of Angelsnt
at Loughlynn and the girl weavers fromthe
the mountains of Connematn worked attweeds
I r tweeds and frivrs and talked to each otherIn
S In Gaello of tho brlpht ligllw ul tho prcsperoua
d peroua looking crowdThe
I prt Blarney Stone attracted not a fewbut
but none of the women pilgrims lui to boheld
held by their feet whlln toy kisodjt I
h was easy to reaoh h y bending over thowindow
window pill yet many of the timid girlscontented
contented theinsolvoH with touching theBtonn
Btonn with tlieir tlniurs and then kissingthe
the Blarneyed fingers The Irish cottagewas
II was not finished but will bo all ready t
f i day Tho big map of Ireland mado of nodnd
d and Boil drew manY 1 Iran and worcanwho
t who wished t refresh their memory as tohow
1 how Claro lies In relation to Limerick nndto
c Cmintv to mnhe Mayov sure just what ia the shape of theCmintv
J v There arc dozens of booths rcproAentlnfish
J sh industries andin these a ebown
l I
1 1
One ipeolmoru of We linens baaketMttory Itr
Mttory and the like 1e
Jua pie balcony are shown Irish bookapictures
and lo bony a John D CrlmralJll
and otheroolector and some death Ik
not only of Robert xmmet Wolfe Tone aaoth
other Rbr of Jemmy OBrien thoponjurcnia
porjuroua Informer and others of hissort
sort Tho mask of Emmet Is owned by JameF
8rJ I
IE Egan of Dublin and IU authenticity
ehouhed for by Thopias Matthew Rya
who was Daniel Councils secretary
The harp that Tom Moore played Is another
other feature Then too there is theseuffed
stuffed iat Fenian which came here frori
i Western Australia with the rescued Fenlaprisoners
prisoners in 1870 on tho bark Catalpa Andrew
drew J Doyle of 13 Washington street baaloaned
loaned the stuffod cat to the exp lUonrhe
The cat strange to say was orange ooloiAnd
And remarked thatorange
Ad in passing It may b rmrked thtorngo
orange juice Is sold In the garden a bigaIn
sign advertising it
There is an Interesting exhibit of jauntlncars
cars that is a revelation to all who se itdispelling
dispelling as It does the idea that all jauntIng
Ing cars are crude vehicles with little comfort
fort about them These jaunting cars arefinely
finely upholnered and might b ornament
as well aa surprises to Ffh ayenuonCOTTI
Court FIndS Union LvaUrri Placed Orcanlrations
rations Mandate Above Laws of LandWnKuauAiiiiE
WnKuauAiiiiE Pa Sept 18 Judge Ferrifl
mum In an opinion this morning decldeia
a famous labor carte by declaring KoberChHney
ChHney preHident John J Casey buslnesagent
agent Daniel Post and Fetor Kosor members
hers of the Building Trades Council guiltof
of contempt of court and ordered thenbrought
brought Into court for punishmentIt
It was shown that four yearn ago thecouncil
council declared a boycott against J KPatterson
Patterson 1 Co lumber merchants foirefusing
refusing to adopt a rule of tho union Thiboycott
boycott was so furreaching that all brancheof
refuse towork
of th council WAr expected to rdul
work on any building where material purchased
chased from tho Patterson company wasIhio
Tho courts granted an Injunction restraining
cOlrl council from boycotting theIlrmu
llnu ot interfering with Its business In anyway
way InterfernK was proved by the minuteu
uteu of the councils books and other ovldcnco
dcnco had not been observedTho
The Court made a special point of thadmission <
admission of John J Casey who the opinion
ion says appeared to place hL duty to theunloii
union higher than hit observance of thelaws
laws of the country Attachments wereordered
ordered Issued and tho four accused metwill
will bo brought Into court and punishedIt
It is the first time such action has takerplace
place hero and there I intense interestamong
among employers and laboring men over i II
Honor Hooper Dead at PartfSptttal
fSptttal Cubit Dupatclt la Till SOXPARIS
PARIS Sept 18 Robert Hooper formerAmerican
American viceconsul at Paris died heroyesterday
Obituary NotesJohn
John Olinslead Bartholomew who died InPomufret
Pomfret Comm on Sunday was born In L wlicounty
county New York on February 10 1827Removing
Removing early In life with his parents totho
the city of Itooliester he there engaged Inthe
the dry K < Ioclfstor and later coming toNKW
New York hp became a partner In the wnolenalo
Rule jobbing house of lAthrop Tuddlngton
i Co and afterward resided for severalyears
J la Manchester England as residentimrtner
years Enllnnd
imrtner Junchtster Imimrtlng house ofSamuel
Samuel McLean A Co of Oils city ReturnIng
Ing to New York he became a partner of1nomln
1nomln I White In the banking and brokerage
nee business from which he retired aboutten
hlcl rttrf
ni airand
ten years ago His erect port Jaunty
and Kiiriiiir tll amazed all wo were toldthat
Ult al
Hint li rill nearly Oi octogenarian Hebcraini
bcraini a intmbir of the Union Club In i860mil
mmblr lllon
mil Hint was his home for nine months ofHie
hit yrnr II1 was never married and leavesno
no close klnmnrnDrlifnnri
Drlifnnri Dunlpl W Ilonliam V 8 Arftlrrd
rftlrrd who died at Time lenham on Sepleinier
rlrrl beunn lute military career as a privatein
in the Blxta Ohio Infantry In April 1891In
lIe nerved In that regiment until the followingiiiuufit
iiiuufit In October 1w accepted an aiipolntnint
nint In the IlPitnlnr army BH 5lpc nd Lleutenmt
lie wagironinlcil
mt In tht > Kluhteenth Infantry le
ironinlcil to First Ileutfiiiant In 1862 and toLnutnln
Lnutnln In February 1605 lp was made Majorif
nf I he Seventh Infantry In December t888 andipulrimntColnnd
ipulrimntColnnd amt Tnlnnel of the namePKltwnt
PKltwnt In Inly 1812 mind July 1807 re8jectvely
rfIIIlt Ills rntlreiiioiit Ine i olonel In July
thcl V 11 rlrnwlt ii it In line of dutyIP
11 Hrigadirrdeneral onhe
lit was appointed a Irhluli rOtnfral
the retired lint on April 23 IDOl den Benlani
lani wns hrevetted Captain on December 31n2
102 and Major on March 13 1S05 for izaliintrv
iintrv nnd inerltorioiifl conduct ID the battleif
Illn trlorlolR during the Atlantaampalini
Mrs Mary Crosby Young of soo Berireniveniio
iveniio Jersey City died suddenly on Saturlav
tIll > at her HUIIIIMIT linnir at Hilnmr N 1II
iii her rn v > iityllftli year She wan the widowf
or Ielir Young who was for many yearsonnected
plant Inlerwy
onnected with Colgate A Cos
lerwy City Mrs Young Is survived by thahes
thee suns and daughters Miss Katbrltieroinik
roinik II ant daulhlrH tha primary department
partment of lib ic School 4 Jersey Cityillsfl
illsfl Iubll Young principal of theirimary
irimary department of Public School 25liTHcy jIr
liTHcy City Iniaes C Young president ofIn
In National Realty Company lieorne WYouing
knunB of VotliiK A Co New lark bankerslolm
lolm Alvin Young president of the WindsorTrust
Trust Company of Now York Charles 1MYOlnl
IomiK prcxidiiit of the Metropolitan AdverHIK
tiatmut fompnny trl Jane 1 Ryan of Asjury
jury Iark and Mrs James Hcboonover oflerney
lerney CityII
II Heed who was the pioneer shoo driimIIIT
IIIT 1 tutu I lilted States Is dead a his home
403 Wllloiiuliby avenue llrooklyn In hisiKlitytlilrd
iKlitytlilrd year Ills father an eocentrlonost
reaLdent or South Norwalk bonn name
mOAt of his thirteen children after lettersif
of the alphabet and the deceased Is surIved
vlved by nls brother D and sister C Mrtoed
toed was known In the shoe trade D 1lennyIteed
teed but his real name was plain B Hetarted
started out as a shoe drummer in 1844 reIrinis
Irinis only five years ago In his dab tethyear
year Ho was a thirtythird degree MasonIvenVie
and was formerly a tusteo tn the Tompktnlall
Avemulie Methodlst KpTsooVal cliurcbTi leIana
leaves I widow and two daughtersIleutCol
IleutCol Alexander I Bohenok Artilleryorpn
Corps died on September 16 at Fort Stevensre
Ore of cancer of the Ilium LleutColclienck
clienck enlisted In Company F First Ohionliintcers
nliintcers In April 1881 serving In thate
rpllrent until tie olownl August whenhe
h e entered lie Second Ohio Infantry as aorgeant
orgeant and was discharged In Septemberxfll
xfll to accent an appointment t the Militaryicndcmy
icndcmy He 0 graduated and made aecond
econd Lieutenant In the Second Artillery
In June 1M7 He reached the grade of Klrstloiitetiunt
loiitetiunt In January lR7 Captain In MarchIM
1ptul Mater In February IWil and Lleutenautoloiiil
oloiiil la August 1003 He was a graduate ofhe
the artillery school classes of 1889 and 1W6Henry
Henry Hurst one of the well known reslento
ento of Montgomery county and for morelinn
thAI sixty bars Identified with Its businessml
and political activities died yesterday at hisorne
alt at Tribes Hill at the aged of 7 yearsIK
liii death was due to general debility Forlaay
madly years Mr Hurst won engaged In theLone
Lone ciunrrylng business at Tribes Hill Heas
as horn In Albany Ho had served as postmfUT
mfUT of ant and had alsp been aleinhrr
leinhrr of the Republican organization offnntgomery
fnntgomery county Ho is survived by hisIfn
wife two sons and a daughterFormer
Former Alderman at Large George MIrhols
Irhols of Hrooklyn died un Saturday atIK
tilM liuinu 277 Adelphl fctreet In his sixtymtli
mulmutli yenr Hn was a member of the firmT
of lUgKtrty llros A Co glass manufacanr
turrs and Importers He was long active
iii Democratic politics and served n A Iciertan
muan HI lnrui during Mayor bows secondTin
lrmn la llrooklyn lip wax I member of theinerald
inerald Society St Patricks Society andn
thu > Itumaii Catholic Orphan Asylum lieavf
haves I widow two sons and two daughtersJl
Jl > lining C lllddln died yesterday atIT
hr riittagi at Car May N J of an sffetion
of Hi1 heiirl Mrs biddlra WW formerlyirinil
irinil iDUverneur Meredith daught rr
or the il tiiikiiishid lawyer thO late WilliamI
1 Moi > llth She was horn at the roiithiHt
iHt nirliiT of Tenth and Chestnut streetslillidilpbH
llu ill uiuI tutii the nil Meredith residenceml
all surly in life became the wife of JamejDiddle
C Diddle n member of the well known Phllaclphla
clphla family For many years Mrs Diddleus
wuls Interested In many charitable oreanlrjiDIM
Mrs William I Vermllye widow of ainner
former cashier of the Orange National Bwikid
nnll couoln of the late W 1 and W I Verllye
miuilie of this city died on Sunday mornlnl
athrr hOI In Orange N J She was 77ar
years old Daniel P Vcrmllyo and CatherineVermllye
t Vermllye daughter and son survive her
the funeral will l > c tomorrow morning frouiAl
All Saints Church In OrviseHlieh
Hlieh Pnrlloln died yesterday ofat apoplexy
ot his home 1DO C tUge avenue Mountrnon
rnon IntlItwo years ago he was prtDrloaloC
oC Public School 28 In Manhattan and haden
been connected with the ecluoois for over fortywas
lip was 77 years old Two daughters and oneson
survive The funeral mmorrow
son will t at 3 oclorktoI
morrow afternoon from the houseMatthew
Matthew Corcoran who wa a butcher for
Irly years In the old Centre Markethis
end rllrp1 thrt years ego died yesterday
at his home CIT lexington avenue The Ivello
funeral servIce will hI on Thursday mornlnl
at 10 oclock tn 8t Patricks Cathedral Mgr
Layelie offlcUtlng Patrcs Catera Ji
J ww
w u I
Expect a Letter From Him JoiUoe seaburys
buryi Name Comes to the FrofltAgain
Alan With a trtl That AttacJieiSupreme aSupreme
Supreme Court Place to UefeaThe
The OdellHearst combine l still withouta
a candidate for Mayor conference Cornmktoes
mlttees met again yesterday afternoonthe Intho
the Fifth Avenue Hoteland after listenlito
to George Cromwell chairman of the nonninating
rutting committee who had been Instructby
by William Halpln and Max Ihmsen just before
fore the meeting to say that his commlttwan
wan not ready to recommend a candidatadjourned <
adjourned until Wednesday nightBoth
Both Mr Halpln and Mr Ihmsen had prorIsed
Ised that positive action would be take atyesterdays
yesterdays meeting even should JusticeGaymior
Gaynor still continue to withhold a definitereply
the the OdeHearst
reply to invitation to run on Odel
Hearst ticket According to Mr HalpiiJustice
Justice Gaynor was not directly heard froiyesterday
Earlier In the day 0 Augustus Havilanof
of the Municipal Ownership League onethe ofthe
the two delegates appointed to obtain Juitlce
Ice Qaynorsconsent said after talking withJustice
Justice Gaynor in Brooklyn that JustlcGaynor
Gaynor would send a formal reply to theconference
conference committees in time for tho meetIng
lag At the close of the meeting Mr Hapin
pin said he had received no message froiJustice
Justice GaynorI
I think ho said that the Intermedlarto
to whom the message was given has misunderstood
understood his instructions and that isthe
the reason why we havo not heard from theJustloa
One of the leaders of the conferencesaid
said that there was no doubt from Inforation
tion which had been brought to Mr Halpliand
and himself that Justice Gaynor was notwilling
willing to accept the offer of the combineI
I dont know what he will do said MtHaviland
Haviland but I do know that it Is hisduty
duty t run The people who are ID fuvoof
of municipal ownership and that mensal
all the plain people of the city wont hinto
to head our ticket That situation hasbeen
been laid before Justics Uaynor and It IRIs
his duty to respond t the call no mattewhat
what his personal feelings may hoAs
A a matter of fact the OdellHearsmen
men are all at sea They havo been tollthat
ar al 8
that Justice Gaynor will not accept theiroffor
Juet0 Gayor
offer but they have not that dec lundirty
directly from him and they ore being buoyedup
up with the hope that if theJustloelspresseesufficiently
sufficiently hard he can ultimately beroped
roped InBorne
Borne of Justice Qaynore friends who profess
fees to know how he feels say that he isnot
not unwilling to become tho candidatefor
for Mayor but that ho will accept thenomination
nomination only from tho regular convenlions
lions of the parties which 11 theory anrepresentative
representative while the offer now cometfrom
from individuals to whom no authorityhas
has been delegated by any body choserby
by the people Those who understanethe
the views held by Justice Gaynor on sucla
a matter as this were inclined yesterdayto
to believe that this wan the explanationof
of tho Justices refusal so far to respondIn
I any way to the advances of the OdellHearst
Hearst committeemen These friends olJustice
Justice Oaynor stated also that the belielthat
that the Justice would accept a nominationfrom
from a convention was supported by the factthat
that ho had not declined to become 1 candidate
date for Mayor but had declined to treatslth
slth Mr Halpln Mr Ihmspn and the otheraelfelected
aelfelected members of the conference committees
The statement was also made that If arepresentative
representative body of tho delegates toslectd boselected
selected after todays primaries shouldmeet
meet and desire him to become the OdellHearst
Hearst candidate ho would undoubtedlyigree
agree to do soA
A friend of Justice Gaynor said In Brooklyn
lyn last night that on Friday when thuproposed
proposed candidate for Mayor was supposed
posed to bo In Connecticut no was really
In withRepublican
at the Hotel Manhattan conference wihRpuhlcan
Republican leaders Since that time thofriend
friend continued Justice Gaynor 1msthought
thought about the matter and In I day or
10 a letter indicating that ho Is in R receptive
tive frame of mind will be sent to the comDlned
Dlned committeesLate
Late Ut night the name of Justice S
bur was put to the front again vigorouslyt
I seems that there Is a widespread objection
tion to John Ford In some quarters andor
ton the moment at least oxSenator Fordslame
name has been eclipsed by that of JudgeSeabury
Seabury Those in tho confidence of MrHearst
Hearst and Mr Odell explained the S
bur boom by saying that if Seabiiry islaminated
laminated for Mayor and defeated MrDdoll
Ddoll will do everything in his power tonfluence
nfluence the resignation of fiunromo Courtlustloe
Justice Georgo C Barrett ns the first stepind
and afterward endeavor to influence lovIlgKinn
higgins to appoint Justice Scabury totustlce
Justice Barretts placeIt
I woins that some Republicans arelay
lay Ing that thero was some sott of undoritandlng
standing by which Justice Barrett was toeetgn
resIgn at a time to ho named by thor
and that because of that alleged compactle
he can b influenced to roMm in the eventif
of Justice Seaburys nomination and defeatla
la a matter of fact certain politiciansaid
aid that the referee 11WO law wouldtot
not have been passed unions It had beeninderstood
understood clearly that Justice Barrettran
ran t reeiqn his place on the SupremeJourt
Curt bench and become one of thesefifercos
fifercos at a time when his resignationnlunt
might benefit those who wera largely reiponslble
lawpnrlnr iponslble for the passage of the refereeniMAnr
Results Ca nnet nuturb Senator HcCarrcitiLeadership
As a result of the recent failure of SenatorP
P H McC rmn the lender of tho Kingsounty
county Democracy to harmonize mater
on I basin of giving the malcontents In thearious
various Assembly district a onethirdepresentation
representation In the county committeend
and nominating conventions thor will bolot
a lot of primary battles today In that borugh
ough Contests are scheduled In each oflie
the twentyone districts with the exceptionf
of the First Third Fifth Sixth Seventhnd
and Fifteenth In which lieutenants ofenator
Senator McCarren will b left In undisputedontrol
The most important fights to bo pulledff
off today are in tho Second Eleventh andwolfth
Twelfth Assembly districts which aloneave
have been able so far to resist the politicalsvolution
revolution which engulfed the old Wlllughby
lughby Street regime and enthroned Me
ron ns the successor of the late HughcLaughlln
McLaughlin whose almost unbroken reignver
over tho stalwart Democracy of Kingsaunty
aunty lasted nearly forty years Thoispectlve
respective loaders in these districts areivll
Civil Justice John J Walsh Deputy Waterommlflsioner
Commissioner Thomas R Farrell andounty
County Register Matthew J Dooley whoavo
have been at odds with Senator McCarrenud
and tho organbation over since the doironement
ironement of McLaughllnSpecial
Special Importance 1s attached to todaysntosts I
contestS in these districts from the factiat
that Walsh Farrell and Dooley are closeirsonal
personal friends as well as steadfast politiil
cal allies of State Committeeman Jamesnovlln
novlln who was Hugh McLaughlins chi ofof
of Rtl for a quarter of a century and oared
pl red to b his successor as the leader <
the county organization While there areany
many bitter fights in several other dlslets
tnicts most of them are of only local importance
irtance and a in no way related to thejlltlcal
political fortunes of Shevlln The issueDwever
however Involved In the Second Eleventhid
and Twelfth I clean cut via whetherle
the enrolled Democrats In thee bailiwickslould
should cast their fortunes with the veteranor
or who h rOt h waysteadily
1 I 1
to the top of the political Udder or withthe Itho
the exWarden of the Penitentiary whoaBole IBole
Bole political distinction was gained Inbeing I
being selected by the deceased bosof Iof
tenantShevlln of tho auction room as his favorite lieutenant iShevln
Shevlln it i admitted even by his motenthusiastic
enthusiastic supporters can never becomthe
the county supprr disturb the solidpolitical
political props of McCarren even shouldhe
he win out in the Second Eleventh andTwelfth
Twelfth districts His existence howeveias
as a factor in Kings county politics dependon
on his ability today to retain his grip onboth
both the Eleventh and Twelfth districtThese
These district are a part of hlsSenatorUdistrict
district and the loss of either of them willmean
mean his deposition from his place on theState
State committee and his permanent retirement
ment from the political arenaSo
So far as the Second Assembly diatrictaDemocratic
Democratic Gibraltar Is concerned thenwould
would be no fighting against the McCarreiascendency
ascendency were it not for the sentlmentaregard
regard of Judge Walsh for the memoryof
of Hugh McLaughlin who waa the steadfast
fast friend and patron both of himseland
and his father the late Judge AndrotWalsh
Walsh Walsh would much prefer frona
a political standpoint to have cashis
hll lot with M arrenbut out of gratltudifor
for past favors ho could not bring hlmeelto
to turn his back on Willoughby StreetAt
had virtuewalkover
At the primary last year he a 1rualwalkover
walkover scoring about 1800 votes monthan
than Edward J Meany at the time alrnosunknown
unknown politicallyYoung
Young MealY is again supporting thiMcCarren
McCarren end of the argument and willthe
the powerful aid of Martin F Conly anold
old Democratic campaigner Is bound toup
put up a tubborr fIght There hM hlnIely
lively betting In the district at odds of 2 toI
1 In favor of Walsh but both sides agrethat <
that there will be a big shrinkage In thWalsh <
Walsh plurality this yearIn
In the Eleventh district Thomas FBvrnes
Bvrnes a veteran Democratic warriorwho
who was installed ns a Collector of CltjRevenue
Revenue by Comptroller Grout after beinpousted
ousted from his job as Deputy Water Commlssloner
missioner for his loyaltv t McCarren isleadinw
leadinG tho fight for the latter agalnslFarrell
Farrell who waR appointed his miccessoiIn
In the Water Department The hostilitiespreliminary
preliminary to the battle royal at the primaries
t te te
maries todnv have been the most blttetof
of tho kind witnessed in Brooklyn for severalyears
years and there will be no letup in the flphlfrom
from the opening t the close of the pollsTheFarrelliteshavehad
The Farrelhites hare had their headquarterIn
In the Washington Club In Prospect placewhile
while the Byrnesltes have rendezvousedIn
In the Monroe Club In Sixth avenue andIt
It Is from these points that the fight will bewaged
waged today Lost year Farrell carriedthe
the district by over 700 majority but Byrneswaa
wa apparently cocksure last night that hewould
would win out handsomely todavWillie
Willie there has been less manifestationof
of personal feeling In the Twelfth districtfight
fight tho Interest has been as Intense afIn
In the Eleventh and the scrimmage todaywill
will be red hot Dooloy carried tho districtagainst
against McCarren last year by lens than 300and
and as there have been some bad breaksin
in his lines since then the Butlerltes areconfident
confident that they will win out tocayIn
In tho Fourth district James l Bouokwill
will have to right hard with Robert FGillin
Glum to retain controlIn
Olln the Tenth John H Delaney has marshaled
shaled the malcontents and with the aidof
halo league will try to down formerDeputy
Deputy Police Commissioner Henry FHnggorty
Hnggorty Senator MoCarrens law partnerwho
who has been the leader of the district for along
long periodDennis
Dennis Winter and Otto Wllke are tocross
cross swords in the Twentieth and thefur
Cr will fly i tho Twentyfirst between thofollowers
Furlong followers of J P Slnnott and Henry JFurlong
Senator MrCnrrenfl position as leader ofthe
the organization Is much stronger todaythan
than on the eve of the primaries a year agomalcontents
Walsh Farrell and Dooley out of the twentynine
nine executive committeemen are the onlymalcontent
malcontents whereas there were five ant
McCarrenites In the committee on its organization
ganization last year so that even shouldthe
the Senator fall to alter conditions In thethree
three Shevlln districts today hL hold onthe
the party machinery would remain unimpaired
paired unless a revolution of which thereIs
Is no premonition should occur in the othercontested
conteftll districts In the Fourteenth Senator
ator MeCarrens own district there i to b
a flghttho revoltors being heroically led byJames
James Murray a Greenpomt undertakerIt
I is significant that in spite of all thofactional
factional quarreling there has not beentho
tho slightest opposition manifested to therenomlnation
renomlnation of Mayor McClnllan Ontho
tho contrary both Hides In all the districtshave
have strongly indorsed his administrationand
and pledged themselves to work earnestlyfor
for his reelection Nor has there beenany
any threat on tho part of Senator McCarrens
rens foes to cut the local ticket or carrythe
the factional hostilities to the polls WalshFarrell
Farrell and Dooloy as well asShovIln havedeclared
declared that whatever the result of theprimaries
primaries may be they are going to support
port the regular candidates loyally I IsSenator
Senator McCarrons purpose to renew hisharmony
harmony efforts right away and if possiblehnvo
have the organization solidly lined up fortho
the party battle in November With aunited
united front he l confident that from 20000to
to 25000 plurality con be rolled up for Mo
All has hon no placid In the Republicanranks
ranks that former LleutenantOovernorTimothy
Timothy IJ Woodruff has not found Itnecessary
necessary to revisit his political dominions
Ion since his return from Europe threeneekn
all his time having been antIn
neekn ago al hi tme bn spentIn
In business care aj Syracuse He bannanaged
managed all the routine work of the organization
manage Chairman Jacob Brennerind
and Secretary John E Smith of the execulve
lve committee but next week he will r
turn to Brooklyn to take charge of theampaign
campaign and le If It Is possible to pull offmy
any political prizes In November Ho fullyealbes
realizes that he has an uphill fight on hislands
lands but banking on probable Domocratiodisaffection
disaffection thinks there la a good chance tol
elect a county ticket and make a good nhowng
InK In tho Assembly and Aldermanlo contests
testsThe Republicans have only two primaryIghta
fights on their hands today and neitherf
of these In any way affects the leadershipf
of Mr Woonlf
In the Seventh district Shipping Comnlssloner
missioner Harry A Hanbury Is fighting toegaln
regain tho leadership from James P Conncllind
and will probably succeedIn
In tho Tenth district former Senatorludolph
Rudolph C Fuller l likely to retain < v > nrol
trol against the efforts of Herbert N WarOBSO
basso and former Police CommissionerVllliam
Vllliam E Phillips t dislodge him Exilaror
ilaror Schieren Is taking an active handn
In the fight in favor of FullerJTTLETON
Innouaeemrnt After a Conference WithSenator
Senator MerarrenSenator
Senator P H McCnrren leader of thedemocratic
democratic hosts in Brooklyn and MartinV
W Littleton president of tho boroughind
had a protracted conference yesterdayI
at the latters office In the old City Hall AtIH
its close both declined to Bay what thoonfab
confab was about hut it was generallyisurned
isurned that It was of a political naturend
and had sp onl rfcrenre to the proposedenommatlon
enommatlon of Mr Littleton to hit presentffice
ofceI Is understood that Mr Littleton discouraged
ouraged the proposition to
proposiion run againor
for the borough presidency for he authorizedhe
the announcement that he would not a
cept a renomlnation under any clrcumtanc
stances Among a half dozen or morereliable
probable aspirants for MT Littletons sho I
Magistrate E Canton Hlgginbothom andrtnur
Arthur Somors are mot prominently mentie
The ninghamton Leader SuipendiiPublication
BWOlUMTOX N Y Sept 18The Blngamton
amton Leader an evening paper sus
ended publication today having beenurchasod
purchased by Jonas M and Willis H Kilmerhe
rhe paper was owned by George F ONellrhose
Plf owne ONei
who daughter married a lon of Thomas
F iaulhter Lender was Thoma
the lghlton Picas It was the only
emocratlo paper la this county either
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orrosEu TO JUSTICE witwirMr
Mr lie Angelli of Utica Announces DieCandidacy
Candidacy for Republican NominationUTJCA
UTICA Sept 18The candidacy of 1
C J De AngeRs of this city for the Ropubllcan
llcan nomination for Supreme Court JusticIn
In the Fifth Judicial district t nueceeMaurice
Maurice L Wright of Oswego who 1 1cadidate
candidate for renomlnation I announcetoday
today Mr De Angells Is aria of the leaderof
of the Onelda county bar and the announcement
ment of his candidacy will excite the keenesinterest
interest throughout the counties of OneldaOnondago
Onondaga Oswego Jefferson Lewis undistrict <
Herkimer which compose the lth judiildLtrct
district I will give form and shape t
the opposition t Judge Wright whichis
is too ken to bo suppressed ThIS wasbound
bound to bring forward another candidate
date t ixs supported by those who thlnlthero
there should be no shadow of suspicion resting
tog upon judicial officers The nominatingconvention
convention meets in Oswego on October 3The
The opposition t Judge Wright was dueto
t the faot that ho appointed b son asjudicial
judicial clerk and then sent him awayA
Judcial ton
to school to college t law school andto
to study In a office all that long poiioicertifying
certifying to the sons service when heperformed
performed no service I i even chargecthat
that he made vouchers at SI8 a yearwhen
when the young man wits entitled by lawto
to only IlttX I amounted to a personabenefit
benefit to Judge Wright of 1135U
C F Murphy Remarks That Tammany lisaa
a Sort of LeadCharles
Charles F Murphy commenting yestcrdaon
on tho report that tho Democratic platform
form would contain a municipal ownership
ship plank saidTammany
Tammany has had a municipal ownership
ship plank In its platform for several yearsIt
It In well known that Tammany fuvoiimunicipal
municipal ownership I dont see hovthe
the fusion crowd can expect to snake acontest
contest on that issuo You cant have acontest
contest unless you have a difference ofoplnlon
It is known that Mr Murphy feels thaiIf
I it conies to fighting the campaign entirelyon
on tho municipal ownership fueFtlnTammanV
Tamman will have the better of the argualready
mont The present administration hal
already put municipal ownership intooperation
operation In this city I lint turned theStaten
Staten Island ferry into a city propertand Yand
and has decided that the ferry shall Inoperated
operated directly by tho city The administration
istration has also decided to tnko over theThirtyninth
Thirtyninth street South Brooklyn ferryand
and has completed the plans for the hulllInl
ing of a municipal gas plant and n cite forthe
the plant has hen secured at Ninetiethstreet
street and the East RiverAfMZ
Allowed by tho Court Vigilant Scrutlroof
of rnrolinrnt ListsSupreme
Supreme Court Justice Dowllng signedon
an order yesterday authorizing tho officialballot
ballot printer William P Mitchell to printtho
tho ballot forms for the primary electionson
on paper other than that officially designated
nated but a nearly similar to tho officialpaper
paper a possibleMitchell
Mitchell set forth that J W Pratt Coho
the firm which has heretoforo supplied thoifflcial
official paper had notified him that therewas
W8 not enough of the required paper onland
land and that it won a question whethermough
enough could be obtained in time Thoiffloial
official paper is of a specified thicknesstnd
and material colored green for the Demoiratlo
iratlo ballots and yellow for tho RepubIcan
lcan the past t nu n ccks over 4000 applications I
cations have been made to Justice Dowllng
jy counsel for the various candidates foreadershlp
leadership throughout Manhattan and Tho3ronx
Bronx to have names of certain enrolledvoters
voters stricken from the primary lists onr
the ground that thor had moved OP dedor
or for other cause Fully 3000 appllctlonsave
have been granted and Justice IJowllngIBS
has been kept busy signing tho orders 1
separate motion and order beIng requiredin
in every InstanceWT
Candidates o Local Democratic Orcaul
711011 UffcatrdBALTrMOJiE
BALTrMOJiE Sept 18The local Domoirotio
erotic organization met defeat today In aprimary
primary election for candidates for StateSenator
Senator and for House of Delegates AIgorous
vigorous fight was made for Isaac Lobejtraus
Straus and Edward L Parlott but thoyvero
were beaten by J Charles Llnthlcum nndrVilliam
rVilliam J Ogden Straus bad assailedho
ho Democratic leaders when I monitorf
of tho House and straight laced party menefunod
refused to support himAnother
Another candidate to go down to defeatras
was William E Haynerson of United StatesSenator
Senator loidor Rayner who wanted u nomInation
Ination for tho house of DelegatesWork
Work for the National itiardAIDAKT
AIDAKT Sept IS MajorGen 100 commnding
mnding tho National Guard has issued aeneral
general order stating that drills schools ofstructlon
instruction and armory small arms practiseill
will h resumed next month Commandingofcr
officers will Issue the necessary order butlay
may for good and sufficient reasons nuhorire
thor delay In resumption of drill Acntll
until NovemberSILVER
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I on Spoons Forks Knives etcruarantcet Iguarantees
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In buying Tureens Coffee Sets
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Underberg fnttersENJOABL je1
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I llliolDlire irraianr tluic 1810LUYTIIiS JO4J 10IVYTIES I
Na I Sohllrr Scientist Ihilentliroputanil
anil linn of AffairsPimAiiKiiiiiA
PimAiiKiiiiiA Sept 18Oen IsaacJones
Jones Wlstnr vied tib morning at hU homClay I
Clay mon t 10
Gen WUtnr in lie course of a long lifedistinguished
distinguished hi k lf an a soldier scientistand
and philanthropist Ho won 78 years oldIn
In 1003 ho retired as vicepresident of thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad and as head of all ofthat
that corporations coal and canal companiesa
D place lie had held for a number of yearsGcnWistar
GcnWistar was born in Philadelphianndwent
went to California in 1843 with a party ofthirteen
thirteen Eight survived the journey Outin
in California ho organized mulo trains tosupply
supply the miners with provisions TiioIndians
Indians attacked him again and again andhe
he had many narrow escapes from dcatnNext
Next ho went into Canada and was atrapper
trapper for the Hudsons hay Company andafterward
afterward huetmio I ranchman lirmg ofsuch
such on adventurous life Gen Wlstar studiedlaw
law for a while but when tho war broke outlie
lie raised a regiment with his partner ColEdward
Edward D Baker Tho regiment was almost I
most wiped out at Ball Bluff Col Bakerbeing
being killed and Witstar badly injuredAfter
After Amietam ho was mantle a BrigadierGeneral
General At the close of tho war ho becamepresident
president of tho Union Canal Companyrnd
end later of all tho canal controlled
Cnd al cltrled by UoPennsylvania
Pennsylvania RailroadOenWistarwus
OenWistarwus well known as a zoologistand
and of the of the
ad was one managers Zoolog
ical Society of Philadelphia and prwiaeiitof
of tho Wistar Biological Association Hefounded
founded and mado 1 permanent endowment
mont of tho Wistar Institute of Anatomyand
and Biology Its museum is one of the finestin
In the country Gen Wlstar was recognizedalso
also as an authority on penal InstitutionsFor
For a long time he was president of thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania State Board of CharitiesHe
He was alto president of tho AmericanPhilosophical
Philosophical SocietyVO
Theres Notldng for the Civic Federationto
to lloNtrlkn Pay iromlriRAll
All negotiations for a settlement of thomail
mail drivers strike aro definitely off Theconciliation
conciliation committee of the CIo Federation
tion bus heard both Rides but while thedrillers
drillers who have lout their jobs worewilling
willing to arbitrate the Kew York MallCompany I
Company rays therein nothing that can
bo arbitntolPostmaster
Postmaster Wilcox Rid yesterday that
from talks ho had with the contractor howas
was satisfied that the mal was being de
livered promptly There sat no congestion
tion whatever yesterday
At the stables of tlio Now York Mail
Company it w ns said that not a single striker
had gone back to work The commit any
has received applications from COII UIY
hll fclld applcatonf frl more men
than it needsThe
The llrst strike benefits from tho International
national Brotherhood of Teamsters will
begin Thursday Single men are to ret
II o week nnd n urriod men J7 1 week whno
the strike lastsItalian
Italian American Agricultural AssociationAIDANT
AIDANT Sept 18Tho Italian American
Agricultural Association formed to promote
mote tho distribution of emigration from
Italy throughout tho agricultural districtsof
of tho United States and especially overtha
tha undeveloped arable lands of tho Southrn
era Suites was incorporated today Jhoirinclpal
principal office Is in Now York cltv Urn
directors are Eliot Ioni Benjamin J Buck
B F Drodorick H W Booth ali a Rvu
Shroeder of New York and C n
Shroor iu wi n i l1orzillory
of BuffaloAlbany Eorlory
Albany Countys PopulationAIHAKY
AIHAKY Sept 10The recent Statotnumerntlon
enumeration gives Albany
county a popu
lation of 171497nn Increase compared with
10 of 50G The population of the city of
Cho vLcrcsso 24183 increase 213 and 3 te the city I
j e
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and lapel ben retainedairormerly
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to Black and Dark Oxford
ford Mixtures and may teworn
6 worn in the lull uit orbroken
broken ty extra trousers ofGray
Gray I ii also decidedly efiective
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fancy waistcoat IMorning
Morning Coat and Vest 19 to I
42 Trousers 5 to S12 ISubvrnv
Tnry lime Two Narrs and lift Away lVi
8020 In CashYONKFBS
YoNKERS Sept 18 ThimpR got into theWarburton
Warburton Building nftor It e CO Mon
on Saturday night nnd got away with J12JIn
In cash S A from the safe of Arthur Howland
land justice of the peace on tho secondfloor
floor 125 from the safe of AFcernblymflnGeorge
George N Itigby and SUi from the deskof
of W HTorpey on the third Tho officesof
of Judge Duiioghue C E von Ixiltvu Emi
Growey and School Trupteo Knuffmanwore
wore also entered but tho robbers st no
booty there
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