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ff 2 THE TB S STJNt STfl J THURSDAY SEPTEM SEPTEMBER E 22 221 1910 1
r n n 103 received IM payment through fbr uah th thNew IIIJ thLj
J New < lurk url l learlnir House lIou Iald Ialdrat Ildflawat
flawat rat INJI niKs nu cwa TO VICTIMS VICTIMSVhr 11CTUIaA YICTI1ATIPPINET
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Q Vhr hY II was II a8 Ihl hi ha mails cut n I Charles Charleslan hrl hrlI harlstAnkmafl
1AIIImn lan or VV V I col ole ni attorney A AI AI
I
I diinl 1 kno len k no I llilns Ihh I II rnual have l ben benIfllqt4lp > een a amistake aTh
mistake prnliitlily prnliitlilyIhf rtI8II rtI8IIIh
Ihf Th witness wItn explained his hi Indorsement Indorsementas
as A Htlortmy hv h snylfiK IIIJ that he h would wouldnaturally w01l1tlIallinally wntlIIiuitiinIIy
naturally Indorse the Ih check a uN it wa wamade WRiliad wftijidt
made ijidt out nus He 1 It related that he h had never neverlieen nrvrIr ncvrMr
lieen Mr Ir 1anUitnans ntliimpy Ttien TtienMr TlInIr TIinAIr
Mr Ir ilriico IInlt produced lh IIii legil I kg i I looking lookingimfwr lookingtirr I
imfwr r anil showed h 0 I it to the Ih witness wIlOl i who whoexamined wholIIIlnll whoNiIin
examined NiIin d it Mnd ncl saul ml I that the Ih sinatum sinatumlo
lo it t was Wit his hi signature Mr Ir llnicn IIrll read readinto rrilanti 01 01an I
into an the Ih record rl < Orol what 10 hit wa written IIK npoi npoithn 1 > 00 > Q QIhe
Ihe Ih paper r which was a as fl follows followsMetropolitan rollowlI11 followsMernpnlltmn I
Metropolitan Htreet llallnar 11 fompsnv fompsnvtsMves lomlIIf ompanvCfllt
tsMves f t arcount Cfllt of Third roil 1111 Itallroail Itallroaili
i ompany Jm n le > r nnil I Its II Mihsnliary iit hluH s tia ry lines linesi IIn IInhl ItflI <
i ahle hl llulhllnir II 5t I llrosilMsy IIroI sy Charles Charlesl thaffrIankqnn harl harllalllman
l nkeman or W W col 4 ole nI atloriier lIorll lie lieter nf nfcr ltetpr
ter No liv ii > Hern 116r IMHI lulv Puil in is In full fullfor 1iItpttleent i iM 1 I
M ttlement > fur perMinnl rnltl injuries IIIJU receiM tv01 tv01Is I IMay 1I
May Is I Ito si 1 Nliietrnlnlli lrlllnlh rtreel anil anilItilnl AnIThird itutIhiol
Third Avenue nll on ar < run No 7n tri top topI > i iI I
I norlhhouml norlhl > nllnd Atwi AlMive II was ws a tswner ta < w > nier on oncar ontsr n nr
car r atanillna nn rear platform far hail hailome hiIome
ome to Hop 101 at t Ninety Slnhnlnh ninth street and andlarte nd ndlFtt4t I
lFtt4t larte < l up III II with lIh a sjihlcn 1111 ierk rl throwIng thrnwlncman
man over the Ih rear ilarh in 0 street Cr lecnve Recnlve4injuries < l linjuries
injuries to hack I > ak and mine pIn In shock sml nd gen griirI I Iera
era r1 contuaions In retilemelit of ilalnis ilalnisThird iIatnsThird Im ImThird
Third avenue Vnll division > m l r FMht ia check h I IIT07 I I
IT07 Tleas rl atrept receipt lielow hln anil anilreturn IInlrlum 501Ipturn
return to trea trAIrpr urers room ooit 50 > O > KJI Mroad Mroadwar IIfI Itdway t tr
war r New York ork cltr IC Kismlnetl mlll1 anil and n1 ten tenlatsred ror1IrM t ttstrd
latsred signed liy the th auditor 1111 II or and n1 also alsoappmred sisospprned 1 1appmTd
appmred for vayment mnI hy h the Ih assistant assistantto ICHIIII
to the tb president and the I Ui h president pr1dntttiIT j I Ihll
Iiilr hll n I01 111I lleceivexl of Metropolltun MetropolltunStreet II rllfOlIh < ll llHlr1 I
Street r4I Railway Rail ntnrxny nInian J1nr leteees I lss actounl lInt i I
of Thlm Avenue VDII Ksllrosil lesw 1 > ri > ami allliubldl flt Us UsMibsldlarr ItssubsIdiary
subsIdiary ubldl line 1111 M Pfsfl WI < In payment In full of ofthe 0 0Ihe ofhe
the above l ho > oTe account llsonui I II W V W Cole Colealtonmy Coltattorn ColeLttornsT
altonmy attorn attornIlr e
Mr Rntce nlfO read this impressive record recordof r cord cordof ordor
of the prompt justice < done to thn Ih bruised bruisedkull hlilllltlkull hruisidskull
skull of 0 Mr Ir Uinkeman with much unc unction unclion tinetion ¬
tion while four men smoking Inrgn cr ex extensive txnlllv cxInSIVc
tensive nlllv looking cigar ci IIrw leaned forward at atthe litch ittthe
the ch counsel rollnllfllAIII table and listened with close closeattention clOtWtInllon emsittcntlon
attention They Thl were II II Vreeland VreelandStanchfleld rl rcc1andMtanchflsld < lnnll lnnllInchfltld
Stanchfleld and Collin eo iii n hi hIs attorney attorneyand nttorniysanti
and O Tracy Trace Uogers The Th politicians politiciansand
and political agents and railroad men menscattered mtnlIallNd mciisettercd
scattered about In nldermanio chair chairlooked ehairslooked hal hallnokfd
looked at each other in amazement It Itwaa ItWII Itwas
was something absolutely IIbll 1UI11 new to most of ofthose 01th ofthose
those th present In the Ih fashion of making makingpolitical maklnltpoliticAl snakingpIitical
political contributions contributionsDONT
DONT floN T KKMKMnen RIuIr lIlm TIUTB ALL ALLWhen ALLWhen ALLVhen
When he hd finished reading r < < adln the thedocument th thdocumtnt thedocument
document Judge Bruce asked the witness witnessWhat wttntMWbat witnessWbat
Wbat la I your explanation of that nnd nndthe nndthl andthe
the witness replied Why hy I dont dontrntmher re rememlier remember
member the case caseJ talOeIJ eases easesQ
IJ J It I this another case t3 of 0 the Ih donation donationthere dnnattontthers on lion I I
there Ilh nt had been f < on tome omlnrlllll Inquiry about a dons donalon dnIon donsPion
lon for a lerMatlve measure known as a the theCaMldy ch chIdy thessjmldr
CaMldy Idy blll > A That Is I the Ih only thing < I Iremember Iremember
remember any an n > money mon tomlna from fromI
I Q You 011 were r not attorney AlCon for Mr Mrmsn Ir In Iantman
j
man were You nll i Vo o sir 1
p n nI
g I Vhj h did dld you 011 sign tim your name nllmW V W Wrnl WCot V VCole
Cole attorney lIom rettIng IIlIn for Inoi sani 00 from fromtlie frolllh fromIm
tlie h Third Thl venue 1 Itillrosd Company I omln for foruilury forIIIIIU forntury
uilury receheil ff < fh1 on a tar at a certain rlln place placenn IIA IIAn
nn n a certain aln day d That was w made to cover coverit overIftali r
it Iftali si > 1slieontiihItton > contribution want nt It A AI Not Notto SotII
to I II my III memory mmOr no Ir lry IrIJ
y 1 Why Wh ti did > ou loin l n as an n attorney ltomrA I IA
A It i is possible possibleU I II
U imerniptln i I am not eolni to h have have0fl e j jany I IIn
any In H > llile slxiiit I > UI this I hi Hie 1 h he donation donntlonmm
mm hate h faded facltrllrolll from your uur ur mind nit I htte htteIlieu hsvei
Ilieu i t cli 011 < iu Hhtoliite it hsot oIUI it I e docmnentnrv ttii Itienta nlll 1 r priHif r priHi > rH I of ofthin ifthis r rIhl 1
thin trsn lrnItIIon aitlon and I want 111 an n explanation explanationand IhUo IhUoInrl tIit5iatlnflxrid
and Mr Ir Chairman I am uoinir < to nII 101stlpnn m nII1lon l t tipon
ipon its IC lielnc aiven The Th witness IOln tmii h hantin r rin
I I
in D ruhl II ibm to mme m tiefore Ifo this Ihl ommittee ommitteeind omllllllnd ommnittctnd
ind nd hate h documentary I IInnl II I proof mo put ut ttefnre him himand hllnand 1550and
and then hid hldlhln1 Ifhlnd I dont know kn knowIr Sow SowMr ln lnIr
Mr Ir i ole I nlll our it exilanallon iofl V t I Ihi j > >
hie hI
hiej II j I ilm int t wnni sf5 I 1s m ilile issnt issntthe itantthe nl nlIh
the Ih farts S Inn In R ret > tunny lIInlnall lIInlnallI ln tntane tntaneQ tance tanceO
O I I dont wittat nut 1 a stress iiuny llloin ln 1111 1111I ititnrcs ititnrcsI lance lanceI J
I want imnt nt this Instance I A Uell 11 I will s III iI lii 1iats 1iatsto a e elo t
lo have time In 10 Ii refre rfrh h my niemor niemorl 1110 1110II > i
l II I Thr Is 1 the Ih whole hll hml rs eas e check I > k draft draftreceipt drf drartrctIIt
receipt exiilanritlnn llnlon of the II accident 101 where whereit h hII
it rI1 mcurred and all 1 about oh1 it t Well Wellthere cii ciitimeFf 11 11Ih
Hrr
there Ih were IC t some om omCI cases casesO easI
O I I dont want 10 Ant ome 0 cases I want wantthis wantthis nt ntIhl
this Ihl ca case e I cnni nn ilte h It 1 at this I tune tuneIt I htmlIt
It was wal I oclock olnk then Ih and the witness witpiiswits Itn ItnWRI i iwas i I
was WRI gixeti Ih1 until Inlll y oelock 0 I1 to t refresh rr hi himemory himOIr his hismenlory
memory mOIr At thit nine 11 he h resumed 1t th thwitnen IhM IhMwltnt thwitness
witness chair hllr and id id implr imll that Ihll he hecould h hNull heouid
could Null not 10t remember rtmm the Ih trnnsictiun trnnsictiunnor trnCI < 1
the Ih of I th don donation donlion
nor Ior particulars < a sidy 1 dOla dOlalion ¬
lion He I II was WI told ta return ttlm this Ihl morn morning mmInl mrnInst ¬
ing Inl at 11 hilt htl past ut in I and app 1 appmr ir liefore lieforeIhe htorethe ror rorIh
the Ih < ommittee mmitl with lh a I memory rnmer n as re refreshed r rfr1 rcrrhid ¬
do d freshed fr1 o1 as a xiMiible und uld he h promise rmh1 l t tdo td tQtIOO td >
OflOO QtIOO AN ASH A1 511 BrARKK IrARER
the first witness wln in the Ih morning tomlnl wn wnJohn WI was wasJohn
John Auen UN Jr r who yh tit fhe e fir fnl first t public publicsession plhhion Pt1IlIsewsion
session ion of Iho Sb h committee rmrnltl had hul testified testifiedthat 1lf1 1lf1Ihl tetiflwIthat
that Ihl a I ledger Irlr of the Ih New < Amsterdam AItrrtlt Hank Hankcontaining 111k 111kntlnml Batikeuntisining
containing ntlnml a a part rt of the Ih scoouril of Ir H HH I IIII
H I VreeUnd which hi h the Ih committee Nmrll hail hailhent hndt hailnt
hent nt t for coull Mi not lut be I found r0111 Center Centerday l i hr hrh tarrlit
day rlit he h slid I he h hid hlrmm1 found it t in I n a itwhere pLice pLicewhero ILI
where he h 1 h t id 11 prviualy irevi > u lr siuttht nllhl It I in invain I invain
vain 11 1 II < was WII dismis rilll1 Iusmnisswi d after ner being beingtild hr htogtiti
tild h 11 t bring hrirlC tint ledger coil 111 atioth lthr anothrlilp r rone
one 11 cotiviining clllin nq a 5 lrt tart of r thn Ih aitxiiiul aitxiiiulr 1lt 1ltnr
r nr > f Herbert Irrt II I Vretlind rolII nnd Rrl then the thelatter th thLIr timelatter
latter LIr WHS w recalled rfJI1 Mr Ir Vreeland rL111 rL111ak1 wm wmnsked nistiked
nsked to tell 11 the Ih committee llnll of r further furtheramounts funhrnlolnl furihornilintiflIs
amounts nlolnl contributed rnlriII1 t > poltticul 1111 orc or organi organizatinne iu iunations i i7lln
nations 7lln beyoml on1 the Ih tjliniil If ti t Ihe thl Itepuli Itepulilicnn Uhlinn ItepsitiIknii
linn State comtnitlee rmmitl and ni SIHiioi 1 11 t > the theIVnuKnitir th thrmJnli tisslhqnentir
IVnuKnitir rmJnli Stite hl committee 1mlit flnhjtto In IIKI 111 or orlf orIgila r
lf 11 Igila i Yreelitid rLIII sild hl that in Hi diys diyswhen diyswhen I
when hn i iriiorstmns rpoln with wlh which he h was wasomneited w wasrontsetil
omneited did U mitke political hllal contribu contributions eintrilmitinims IIrhl
tions tll ii discninmatlon Inrmaln hud 1 Iwu 1 mnde mndebetween Ild imindeItweeti
between the Ih two principal lurlieN ilrtm 11 Mr MrVreeUnd Ir Irrll lrVrslani
VreeUnd rll corrected his hi testimony 1liol an a i to totile toIh toth
tile Ih amount Ilollnl of r State Sil I contribution rtrlhltion in inIUG I inits
IUG 111 its nr ir IIXO 11 mill 11 proved that Ih there was wasless wasi 1
less I ss duxTiminatlon hrlm nalun than Ihll would wO111 appear appearm
m il his hi first testimony The Th Itepuhlivuns Itepuhlivunsthat Iluh ltetiimIiasnsthat ieln ielnIhal
that year nr received about I hOI I t2u II jis r < from fromthe fromthe i I
the Ih Metrofxilitnn and Ind the Ih Dempcrntn DempcrntnIITnon Umorl Iemocrata117f
IITnon 1701 The Th trnnstctlons I ni clol would woull not notappear notIpper notappear
appear Ipper on the books of thn th company
liecau Ilu they thf were made mde by y the th compny borrow borrowIng brr borrowing I I
Ing Inl of money on the note of the Metro Metropolltan i ipolitan IIlltn
politan Illtn Securities urU Company Compny and nd earned earnedIn cArel cAreln
In n that tat shape IIhaJ for a while bi and anr then paid paidniT naldoff ld ldof
off of by b the Ihp check chek of the Ih Metropolitan MetropolitanSecuritien MetropnlitinceuritIci letropltn letropltnurlU
Securitien urlU Company eomfny Hn II was wa not quite quitesure qullI
sure I how the Ih physical phrllal money mOIy got ot from fromhim rrm rrmhim fromhim
him him to the th State Stlt committee cmmitl It wa wathrough waIhru was wasthrough
through Ihru same Im messenger mn pr or some m rep representative rprlnhlh reprpsnt2tivecrpsmcthfng ¬
resentative rlnhlh rpsnt2tivecrpsmcthfng cr something lImthlnl I cannot my myV lT lTDo
V fo von OJ recall re1 whether or not you youlecilfled youtesmifleci ou ouclnd
lecilfled fb bfo before fore the Ch irarul Jury that the Ihemonet cI themoney
monet rln sms revere delivered < i to Mr Ir Ouiac 1 < < lu c d dliver 4liver
liver r to th h fleiiilihcin lIlhl1 MistA Slate eommltl omml 0 N NA
A I think that Is I ruth rlch I think I 111 111Thl did didThe didTis I i
The Thl Tis payment paymme werw pr made always In Inrah inh tocash
rah h
12 2Wt Or ACCniMIODATiON ArC0UtOPATOS TO STATES STATESMEN ITTII CTATLSILs ¬
MEN MENIn crs crsIn ILsIn
In his hl testimony Ilmln on Friday trl Mr lr Vreeland Vreelandhad rIAd rIAdhad
had said ail that tht there were various vrloUI methods methodsof mfthn
of if f making political Jollcal contribution rnlnhltlon und undMr sandr nd ndIr
Mr Ir r Bruce IrlC now drew dre hi attention IInlon to II that thattestimony Iht1llmony thattestimony
testimony and ard asked a k for particulars particularsThe JlutCir JlutCirTh
The Th memory of the Ih witness 11 was unable unableto InAhlt InAhltI sinatsito
him with llh of betieflciarie betieflciarieof
to I Mipply ppl names 0 ncirlt ncirltor
of any ay ny of those Ih method mlhna but II he h was able ableIn ahlf
In I give the Ih committee conmlUC some or information informationis inrormllon inrormlloni
is i to I the thl fiif P17 17 of contributions cntrUllon made in inroundalmut inrlndahol inroundabout
roundabout rlndahol ways WIY Corporations with wtthn1m1h lh lhh t tnhich
nhich h be 1 had hal l > een connecte ctnnold < l had taken takenp laknf
p f stKk for politicians 10Itcln Mr Ir Hrure IrlC by byiatient livlati4nt v valnt
> lati4nt iatient alnt system t0 of 0 elirniimtion lrilnl finally Inly
0 1 from rrr the Ih witness wil Ids tl Hstmiate tIOal tlut tlutingle Ihunll tinitsagie
ingle nll irrotints 111 as R hitch hllh as Unim 11 jispp standing standingn
n the II debit dI1 nide hI of fr f n tfMk iOk < Mk trading Illlnl m i ii IOIUI Iiohlttts
i ounts OIUI of r miltIfians lollk had hlII beep takes Iakl up 1 1II itsII
Me II tbouKht chugl t thai Itlt the II sum sum ur of tr srI H > iiiiw iiiiwIot iu i WHS WHSi H Hj
i Iot > dt j ton C high hllh as I the h total 10111 amount m 11 I of ofR Ir Irtn
R rjun tn tfls which HIM I Meiroftolituti Itrollll r other otherI
I 1 ti mtlway IIIHY i r ioramrmt > r > vriitimt tHss o luul IId i Ikn kin up upi u uIhr
i 54 < another an it Ihr wnv 1 of it making lallll risi h in g politiral j1it 1 i itiI con contribution 015 015S 1 ¬
tribution HIII S rtiiit I 555 555I
I dinNI show sliiwsi > 4l an In eager Ir interest in inthe
IHlllu Inriiiiit the ct iii IIIUIIIM 111 i IC iii if the tl tIi brokers who whodil whnth Willl4a
dil l4a I cirried vrrm I tlie th t tll 4 acf < iimts lnh S Imt 111 I lilt id idwitixss tt t ii iiIto
witixss 111 Ito < N > ul III < Imt t 11 satisfy MIr 105 ifs < nin elM I cirri cirrity iifrusi tl tlIy
si Iy ty S y lie I I I i triirifii IIIllh t > iii riiwl l the 5 1 firm lm of s Hiring 14 r itig I ISturHls
SturHls HIlr Mt uirgis i A I ii i and latir the lt firm frr I of Ir Moorel MoorelA 11 iiwsr iiwsrh r rs1v J I
A Sehlev s1v h Ill I broker hrk who h had transact t ranrl1I l ln
n I laruc I auiMjiit AIUI of r liustnt UI > ui for the Ih Metro MetroiiolKmi sIetrtiinliti 1lr
iiolKmi 111 siret 45 r t Uinlwiiv Itnllw Company Irn t but butwas IUltI
was as iiil I I erlam rI41 rtait Ihul I hI eiihrr cii I her of f tliese th firms
frm
bad H srd K 1 a e iifltt > int 1 which the ch railway1 railway1romi
romi otiImv tail iAI 1 taken Ik nvr < v r I II R4 piuil 1 ihjit ihjitprndlia IhalpRkn ihjdpraii
prndlia praii isA h even r I frniiiincnt Iolrl 5 imutlP lir I irokrsg rfkrw < kerait keraitK >
I tioi K I > III II ifie ity 1 i y 10522 1H < lrHllsactf tIc1 5r541554tfMlor < l IMJ III
lor lo or the Metrupohtau etruiinijt tulIhlll ii company tiiiii pny 111 The Thl
txmlu which would wOlld show the thf detail dfII of ofthese orth ofthese
these th account aCuntl were wr ao not extant atal That Thatwa
wa shown he h said at t the th time of the thepubliu th thull lbPutsIlu
publiu ull investigation Intcatol In I0n7 I0n7Known 11 IO7Known
Known iu the Ivlnn Ivll investigation investigationMr invNtlcton invNtlctonIr i
Mr Ir lime IlnlC uked ukedI Ikrd IkrdaO11
I should call cll it I the th Wllcox Wllca Inyestlja Inyestljalion
lion lio aO11 tho witness wln replied repliedUltnxs relf replied1tnells
I Ultnxs 1tnells In said Id that tht some 111 of the th account accounttaken Ilntl aocniifltstaken
taken up were prolwlily transactions I uulaclonl In InFlectrio Infllrlo InElectric i
Irol11lT
Electric fllrlo II Storage Htnrajl Battery lll stock Ilock He le did lid551st i inot
not lt recall rl1 having ha111 udvl lhi1 iuiviel ed Mr Ir Nixon < Ixon in II inicss I ISiieaker I i
I icss Siieaker Hklr of r the 11 tim Swembly Ily regarding regardingNew rtRrdln rtRrdlnS
New S i orkTransportatioustor orkTransportatioustorTIIK orl ork Trnltltlol Transportation 1101 sto stoTIlE I ITiE i
TIlE TiE IIHJ risHroxp litHtfl I nrtx SITOUfl urn 10 JOH t TIIK TIK nsitriu nsitriufounsel flithIVMOliflPel lfU I IfoUII
founsel foUII inquired Inqlio into Iho Ih baste 1 upon upn uponwhlrfi j I I
which were w ap apportioned > onio4ied eMimentH assesmmmotsmash s eMimentHmade mMtA mMtAiad 1
made iad against Ilalt railway nclway rxrriiorations for forthe fortisi or
111 the special ra fund of the Ih rorJorton State Ial hallway IIIWQY IIIWQYaton
Aseociation aton Mr Ir Drum Irl < was WA of tile tlr opin opinion olinIht opininn I
ion that the Ih nMemmenl iuswsmnt 1nll flts were w made nn nnRrr 01 01liii I
the Ih l haste jiis of IIU of r one onl On mill mi on 01 the th Rrr Rrrearning Rross Rrossdefinite grrmearnings I
earning aminR of the road mll ansessed Nothing Nothingthe < ohlnR I I Idlll Iilefinite j
definite dlll could rII im is bawl upon thia thl ansump Iumpl j
tlixi UOI owing Iwinl to the th inability Inhity up of either conn rounsI < ln I Isel
sel 1 I Ito i
witness winf or any of the 11 commltteemen commltteemento
to assert r that he h could cul1 estimate tlm what whatsuch what1m whatsiici
such 1m an I nsMtsrament would wOII1 lie I given the Ih thegnat
griM n earnings mlll to llgtirv IJII upon Mr lr lrImn MrIInic
llnioe Imn IInic then th worked rko over a voucher olchr oueher which whichshowed whlthpbow wlikhiibowotj
showed pbow that in II IAY ion IUI the th Metropoli1 Itrpl p patt
tan att Street Httt Hallway Halway Company ompany had hAr con contributed rl eontrhutrd ¬
tributed lrlnlll U3IMI 12C to the th Stale Railway Iclway I IAssociation i
Association Malo The Th witness wiln said saidlhat Id Idht i iThat I I
That ht evidently waa WI contributed n I r hi 1 < but Ilt I
I dont < It think It i is fair to show this thi unless Iml ImlYOI unlessIl i iyou
you YOI Il show that every vtr street railroad rird In Inthe Inthe I IIh
the Ih Slate fiRI of 0 New < ew York which was n mem memher IIm IIml tnemher
her l > r of r the Ih association Oalo did 101 likewise likewiseI lkfw
Mr Ir Hruce n fmarko remarked that he h would wouldendeavor wouldendcayor oli
I endeavor to show that liefore Iro he h heI got gotthrough
Jt JtIlhrllh
Ilhrllh I through There Tf followed a long exainli exainlination lfml xamni I IlalO iisatici
nation lalO of the Ih witnen wlll which seemed mt to toli4vr toImvn
Imvn tun for It I its purpoe to show that the Ih IhfIW iiiIsisw I I2iniO I
2iniO fIW paid pil to I1f Senator nllor Oooilsell fo1 for 2slO 2slOsharsa onoi onoishares 11
shares hlll of r Transportation TrIallon stock Iok had I lien lienritised n nmi1
raised by I a I special Iial assessment 1Inl let 1II levied leviedon led ledon
on railroad rlll1 corporations rrltrtonl and ad paid ald In toStat the th I
State Hil association ulon Hut nothing very Ytr dell el I
I nit nil < came mi of Ir this IhiTh thisI
I I I Then Th it was that t Mr I r Coin was recalled recalledMr rtl
Mr lr llnicn 11 called cI1 his hi attention alPllon to a letter letterth letterthe
I th the witness witn had hld received h1 from rrm Mr Ir Con ConQctt C CWt ton1ett
Qctt Wt connected lle1 with the Ih Public rlhlc Service ServicnCorporation Snl1 Servicetorporatlon
Corporation of Syracuse Smc In II which Mr MrConnett MrorinetI Ir IrCOlnl
I Connett COlnl orinetI wrote wroteConfidentially wrteolhtntlal1 wroteContidcntlahlv
Confidentially eolhtntlal1 we w have hR1 lieen working workingout orklnl
out Olt 055 a plan which hll h wn hope ho to develop by bynext 17next
next 11 Saturday Slunlay and lul If i it works worl out 01 aa we weI wernlltr wecontemplate
I contemplate rnlltr there tht will wi lie II no 10 reason fon why whywe wh whI
I we w cannot ran not go o ahead with wlh the Ihl association associationwithout associationwithout llaliol
without wll hOIt fear or favor favorMr fnvorMr I or orI
I Mr Ir llnici Im wanted to know kno if I It was wasl Wi
I the Ih rising raln tide ul of Ir public iiilslk 110 opinion in this thisState Ihl thisHate
State whose wh fear or favor was referred rrtr1 rrtr1I referredI
I to t and ll I the Ih witness wln replied rllI t presume presumethe presumethe
the Ih chance chlnv ciutn ge of opinion all through throll t 1Mn 1MnIh I would wouldi w01l1thaw wiuIihave
i have its it effect effectDONATION ll fYtiXATl0
DONATION OSTO foil 0 TIlE TIK IA < AKSItIT IPT HIM HIMNext I fiLmext IL
I Next ext 1 the attention aUnlon of r the Ih witness ln lntallwa was wascalled witscalled I
called tallwa to a copv rlv of a letter written wrlttn by him himto himto I
I to C I Uvmils 111 Allen Itn llen Utica N Y who wts h wa waat wasat
at 1 that time Ur general 1tIr1 manager of the Ih Mo Mohawk stohawk 10 i iI i
hawk Valley coni < otispany 1ny > any The letter 1tIIr read readI ad adI
I return fllrn confidential letter enclosed n I t to mn mnand I memind I In1
and n1 I am surprised rlrl at he h ndltlon > ldllon which whiththe whichthe hlth hlthh
the h Cauuly IH iuiiitl h bill hi has ha KOI 1 gihtPI leu into for I hare hareertalnlr h haysritinlr
ertalnlr been tn npsun n1 nsiirl l tic > leading Irln men of ofthe 0 0h ofI
the I h dlxtrict oblrl 155 rit that t If n dnnitlon iIoni olln Ion was made I in inthe I ii iithe I IIh
the Ih party srlr about 111 which I hn have e already exI exIplslned e etlsinsil i I
plslned fIIIIllo to S 0 you 011 0tl the 5 he bill would be i put Ihrouch I 1 rough
jfh I The whole hol thlnie at the I I trent ire nt time 1m l lwhether Ihlh is iswhethr
whether hlh r the Ih Munition lln1lol im the h lines IIn already alreadyIxi aldHn
I sUgaeiteul < iun Hn Ixi b ral raisil raisilittIA e < l lI
I f Witness Wltl ittIA nxplained tplln1 tint th I it the Ih Cassidy Cll ld hill hillwould hii hiiwOIIIlln billwotihl
would wOIIIlln in effect llt Invi h grunted Irllhd a franchise franchisei frllhi frllhii
i to the I th Mohawk llhnwk Vnllev II power tompanv tompanvfor 0m impanyS > n nII
S for n high hl h JstontiAI j > t < ntlal p 151 < de line in through Ihrollh the theJMohnwk tb tbIoltk theMohawk >
JMohnwk II Mohawk Ioltk alKv II H I took a groit I many manyquestion mmasnyqmsestisns
question 110 by ii counsel 11 to Induce Inll the 1 witn wttnss wttnssto it > s I Ito
110 to r memlir mrr thn among Ir Ihe Ih I lit important importantlolltical irprlant irprlantItlal importantilitseal
lolltical Itlal loaders 1aI h ho knew ki In Ithnca Ilhra h hmight l hu humtght
might mlll hnvu hll talked with Ih were J 1 Shoot ShootFitssit III
Fniisott t and 11111 John II I Sunchfield Iii llihi I Iiihtatoneul <
hi huton1 tone < l to add zull that Ihl h WH w WHa fillit < 1Ii iilt > < er ert erthis r rnil
t nil this tin h had hnt discuseml with neither lhr of them themthe Ihl thsemsitho
the th mutter malur of r the Ih donntlon Ionln which would wouldI wouldaielensto Olld OlldI
accelerate the Ih luiMwigx of the Ih t assidy laplyhi assidybill assislybill
bill hi Mr lr Stanchlleld 1ncht11 smiled mlJI grimly cntnlvConn grimly1oinsol
Conn 11 1oinsol Irid hsrd and 111 frirl long on to learn learnsome 1lrn 1lrnml learmsofa
some ml Irtlullr turtifiilnrs nlxiut 1111 tint donation donationlrit 1liIIon
bit 1 the Ih witneMtiuld wflns n omilI IhI1 not recall anything anythingof nylllnJ
of If mt lfltfrIOSt n > st 1 and n1 he h was wal nxctised nxctisedi xtmiwilfA
i t fA A r r rsw ixxm ISOrST lNNENT FNT i IaiIIis urws > IPU < IN INJ OSTRIRl OSTRIRlt ONTfltfltI ONTfltfltII
TIOXS1 TIOXS1i TW TWI ilostThen
Then f 1 Tracy Koger IOJ was wasrecailsil recalled f1111 and andwith ane andwhit
with witl the Ih nid n of Mr Ir Kresel made mid still ntillanother stillanother 11
another Inothr analysis of thn Ih many mnn account accounton nccmntl
on 01 the Ih Ixioks 1lkA of Klllngwotxl tlnlwood A Cunning Cunningham llnninl tinningham
ham and In1 espwrmlly iRlr thoM t hO > accounts 1lnl in inth InIh iniii
th name Im of r the Ih witness t himself and Rld of ofi ofvarious
various VlflOUS memlers mrl of lh Legislature Mr MrItncer MrRogers IlrH
Rogers H mule very r few erplutiations Ilnllton lavsations of ofcre Ir Irtrwlt f fereits
cre trwlt n I i tin ti wet I4 U allOts 011 nf If l hci8Jt hci8Jtolh lgialitirs lgialitirsoths xi lmirs lmirsolh1
olh1 thin Ihl tint th ut th ths < r were iojtical iiitkt1trlnmtiomsa ltlclln ltlcllnIrilllol con contributions ¬
tributions Irilllol lnuidd IntII for the Ih u I isa e of party partyttimmittees pirtvumnmimtet rt rtUllmlll
ttimmittees Ullmlll or eM 1 w wtre re r th tho return ltlrn of ofborniwtil ormony ofhorrowll
borniwtil money monyt moneyII
He t II did hive a different 111rnt account lnl for th thiidit Ihlt mhby
iidit lt pased by I him him to th account IC111 of ofHeprtentative orprnlU offteprwntitIs
Heprtentative prnlU nr lenrge It I Malby Ialh Tht ThtKin Thl ThittIsis
Kin Mr r Hoeers thought I hOIhl was n 1 rebat rebatcreditetl rIhIndl relsamrrditid
creditetl Indl I to Mr Ir lnlhy by I FIIingwood tln Wn A A
Cuiiiunghim 1IIIinlhm on icniunt iclnt of C Interval over overcharge Ir Irdlr overcisarge ¬
charge dlr The Th book ltk showed liowe < and Rld th entries entresweri entrieser ntr
weri er r omted folnl1 out 011 to the th witres wiU ss that thatMr Ihlt IhltIr thatMr
Mr Ir Nixon hud hl1 recohed In II one fn ru yi vor vorI year yearthriugis ar arthrough
through I hrllh hi his account ICllt at I Kllmgwooil ln wol a aCunninghnms k klnllinlhm kuinninglmiims
Cunninghnms lnllinlhm Hi IOI n lint hii nil RI of this Ihl Mr MrItogerit Ir IrHII lrItogers
Itogerit HII felt hrtln vrtain rtaim wn a record Onl of f inno innocent Ino irnucmit ¬
cent 1 transactions tranclon On Oi Mav IIV in imc Itr iuu + As AsKcmblymin AI AsP4flhIlymfliml
Kcmblymin mtlymH Jack lck Yale hid lufti 11 crediti eretstwlwit l lwith
with wlh wit ii iVi s I55 11 m his lit trading nccoun nrt at Filing FIIingwood flllj Filingwooti ¬
wood 01 t Cunningham Clnadlm ii nndcntri 111 Ill U tstrts ri Ne veml vemlto < > miMl miMlto m1If
to If show ho thom the I h itmnev CII rain < ntni into th thl IhIrol tielroksrs
l rokers Irol > oflUein 11111 office in th shiiie hal of Ir n I check Ick from fromH rromI
H I A Knhinson Hollnn Mr Ir Mnlby 111 was 11 1 0 i jneni jneniIKT 11 ineflilsr
lsr IKT of the I h A satnhiiy mbly Committee orl otninitie l on 11 us Hail Hatlronds 1111 1111rtl Hailroits
ronds rtl and 1111 lh I Ii witness wlln thought Ihlll hl tint Ih th thentry Ihnfr thieflt57
entry nfr was WI an 11 innct Innnl nt cninKiicti Itnl11 cots cotitributinn 1 1IrlhlUnn cotstrilsumilan
tributinn IrlhlUnn A xlmilnr cndit nti was il found in inlh Inh inI
lh I h < account llt uf f t ol 11 fieorge nrl u1 V Dunn Ihllll olnt of ofIlinithamtoii Ir Irlilhlml ofIti
Ilinithamtoii lilhlml Iti ighnm tomi chairman dlalrral cIsa mrrmla mm of Ir the Ih S is Kepubljcui KepubljcuiState 1lhlcau 1lhlcauSIII Heismil lic ii iiStat
State SIII iimtnltteo rlltl and 111 that t the li witness witnessfelt witnesflt 111
felt even 11 tons ro > < certaln rlln in thin Ihl I hrim usual 1111 was 1 a acampaign I sucntmpnign
campaign mrJI n contribution N > trillllol Wliy ss isy these th con contributions 11 cotstrilsuitbitis ¬
tributions rilutiol should holltll I s made mleI by im n 1 ch dlk k from fromKfihinson rror frntiItolmins4Itl
Kfihinson Hhln1 or n Vreeland lli or Ir Cole isle 1 to Huckley Huckleyor luckl lucklor
or the Ih witness lln nnd I then ltn pnss pas4 1 to time tliecredit Ih timet
credit t 11 of Ir if the th statesman 111r11 to II b I ls benefited benefitedthe
the Ih witness Itn explained by 1 saying 1lnl that thatit thisit
it was wa a 1 convenient conn nl method 1lhrllln1 and hn h could NII1 NII1I enmililnot
not l Is > e induced Inru1 to say Y otherwise Ihrwi Mr MrIlogerss MrRogerss Ir IrOI
Ilogerss OI testimony wa wal wait interrupted by byadjournment I IadJournmot byadjournment
adjournment until unti 10 lfloclock o clock this morning morningdemocratic morningIemocratk
democratic Utmotrtl Assembly A 011 Nomination omlnlon in inlrle inErie n nI
Erie I rlf mint tonntBrrrALo onnlO mintI3rrrAto
BrrrALo O rAL Sept SIt 21 21Th Thi Democratic DemocraticAssembly Omocato OmocatoAmhly flemncatioAseembly
Assembly district rurle conventions cnv ntlfn of Eno Enocounty Ero Erocunty Ertocounty
county today toY made these th nominations nominationsFirst nominaton nominatont nomiaatoniFirst
First t rwt district dletrc James Jam Dawion Second Seconddistrict t ticennildistrict n1 n1dltne
district dltne postponed flpne until unti Friday rd Third Thirddistrict Thir Thirddistrict
district rltre I Leo eo J J Neupert etipcri upn renominated renominatedFifth rfnfmlnaW i
Fifth t rlh district 1Itrct Richard han F H IIar IIa arn re renominated ro menominated
nominated nomlnltfd Sixth S Sh district dltrc Anthony II IIMonczynskf I iiMonrzynakb
Monczynskf Seventh Synlh district rlAtrlc Jodfrey lnfry
Vend nd rennminted rnlrinI Eighth Fllhlh district districtJohn rltrd rltrdohn districtIohn
John II Tranter Trant r Ninth < district rltrc Samuel arnu 1 I IWlltsle IVilusi
Wlltsle 1Itlll r
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MAYORALTY rlA AYORALTYW1TH ORALTY WITHGAYNOR WITH GAYHOR OUT our ourIHTIn OUT1Iurc
iw IHTIn i 5 f IVIRT CKHT HTU i SiX v ir II i I IT ITI ITWTIIIZ3 r rMITCH
I MITCH tIT WTIIIZ3 IIS KIS rifH Tn WOVIU HtU UK UKThe iiiThe
The T Purro rrro Name m Ha la Mot Been 8H Orateful Oratefulto rraful rrafulto I
to Tammany for Year r NOMM > lint Ilt Itilt1amir I I
fanr a > nr l Is Much Iur Talked Tlk1 or here llrrefo Inf Inffo
fo the th Iliad I of the ti tti Ntalc Tlrkrl Tlfkrt TlfkrtI TlfkrtTllf TirketThere i iThere
There Tllf were further conference < nrfnc or I fem femocrflts > > em m momll
ocrnts omll in New < w York city yesterday In inwhich I I
whirl whllh Chairman John A Dix of the Stain Staincommittee HlalommlU Statetommittes
committee ommlU and ad bans l1larl K 1 I Murphy Iurlby leader leaderI Ietr Ietror
1 1a
of atvd and thin time timeI
Tammany purtici purtit1ated > nn thi I tt
a nunil nUII nuniber > er r of Democratic Irorollo lawyer IIwyrr were wetsalso i ijalso I
also pmtent In lh the event of Mayor MayorOaynors IayorOayorl
Oaynora Oayorl nomination for lovemor lovmor at atItochrsiter I Illocheater I
llocheater Itlr next week k there thtn wa a desire desirei Int Intto
to loam what the th Oumer l1nr of lh the city cty said saidconcerninjt sidconcerning ai I
concerning llmln his hi successors u r term tn of offlcv offlcvHomo on oflicSom
Homo Hmo nf the Ih lawyer I held h11 that should Mr MrOaynor MrGaynor Ir IrOynor
Oaynor l Is nominated norlnal1 for Governor and andresign i irralicn Ihcn I
resign hcn on W Mayor liy Iy Octolxr Oeohr II hi succes succesor AIC AICr successor
sor or r could rll 10 I nominated nOlinal1 and anlII1 antjclwtcd elected this Ihi thisfall
fall rl Other lawyer thought Ihollht thai John Jlhll JohnPiirrny I
Purroy Mitchel 11thl Prvwiilent rntnt or > f tho th Board Dnl Dnlor Boardor I Ilof
lof or Aldermen AIImln wli who > would 0111 l 1w Mayor in the theevent th thor theevent
event of Mr Ir Oaytiors elevation I YUon to tm the theGovernor th thUOmorR iiilovernors
Governor chair would hold the th office officeuntil nn oftiecuntil I Iuti I 1
until uti n year r from rrm January Janllf I and 111 that thll hi hisuccessor hiAUN hissuccessor
successor AUN r could mul not no Is elected lft1 until 1111 a ayear ayear I IIr I
from this th fall The Th Charter I
year Ir rai hnrr hays haysWhenever 1 saysVhenver I
Whenever there I hr hill h1 l be > e a ucancy n In Inthe InIh inthe
the Ih office of Mayor nr r whenever In h reason reasonof
of sickness or ar itbsnme en n e frnm frol the lii h city II ids idsMayor I IIror mii miiMaor I
Mayor shall h1 lie I Ieveiflel > re enie < l trio f itllenduic itllenduicIn 1111
In the ch t he duties ilmim 111 i of r his h oflVe om the Ih t he Ireoiilont of ofthe f fthe
the Ih lloinl Innl of MdrnKn Ucm tlii rne shall hal set rl u I Mayor MIorn1 I Iami I Iand
and n1 iwMeM t all 1 I 11 UI lie rUlits nnil nul iioner 11 of 0
I Mayor during llrln < siith ld disability hll or nlxence nlxenceIn ahnIn
I
In case I of a vacancy Ran he h I slmll hHI sn n an 11 it t until untili nl nmilI
I i I noon ° ° of the ih first rrl il i1ti b y of r Janunrv Jnll siicce sumcrsl sumcrslI 1 1Inor
I I1 Inor nit the Ih election Ilon at which whrh the IhO Mayors tlslisrsuesmnr 1Irl w wj mr
j censor r hall 1 Iw chosen chosenI uliomithe ho hoI
I The Th public ullc oftlcvrs onk > r rs law Ilw say Y thit In the thej Ih IhCI
j I caso CI of HII 111 officer unlr appointiHl I > lnll to 111 11 a aI itvacmtnc
I I vacancy vacmtnc a nl in II an In elective 11 office oU a I siiccoMeor siiccoMeorshall susrcsnri r rI
I shall lii M > elected lrt1 at the Ih Drat Irlll annual RIIII election electioni
i I at which whit the vacancy atRn can 05 IH 1111 tilled tilledThere luhIdTlsere
I There are 10 lawyer la W who think t b I k that I hn I the thelaw I thelaw tl
law is i nut Inl clear IIr und that tlat Mr Ir Mitchel MitehmIwould Mitchelwould hlt11
I would lw I > Mayor for Mr Ir UHynnrl iuynnrs avmsIirs full fullterm rll silltcrmii
1 term unless 111 the Ihl Charter I should phouldI lie tueamended
1amended amended amendedIt mnoll
It is il known Hint in some 1m quarters 1Iarrl that thatthe Ihll IhllIh thatthe
the Ih prosicvt of Mr Ir Mitchel ltdH1 litthsti succeeding succeedingMayor AllIIj smsLetiingMayor
Mayor Iaor Olnor iaynor ns n heud h of the city I sty even evenuntil C Cunti ovcluntil
until unti January Janulr I I 1012 101 is I not 101 received n 1 with withserenity witissercnity ih ihIrni
serenity Irni There is a legend in Tammany Tammanythat
that the ll name nlml of r Purroy Ilrrn ineana Ane trouble troublet
to the th organization orRll 7tol Henry lnr 1 J Purroy PurroyJohn IurroyJohn i
John Iurroy Mitchel ltdlIA uncle Inch wa WII Wits a con conslant conIanl cooatant I j
slant thorn in a Tammany TRmmall i flesh th He I liifought j i
fought rojbt Hichard lchard Crok rokr < r up ul hill hi and down downdale downdale
dale eal At 1 one ni oms time lin he hI WON Wa powerfulenough powerful lwtrflllInollh I
lInollh enough to have hl 1ma twentyeight of the Ihl Pur Plr Plrroy lsmrroy I
roy family ramll on the Ih city Iy payroll yroll At the Ih
1 Democratic 1orIU national ltonAI convention tInloll of its itswhich IM IMwhich ituwhich
which nominated I 11 h1 Bryan this Ih first time timeHenry tmt tmtln timeIlemisy
Henry ln p I waiin wait all a dplegate Heobaervedan Heobaervedanapparent I Ii otnr observed an an11fnl anapparent
diniilenc the the of Tam Tammany Tammlny Tammany
apparent 11fnl diOINI > on 01 111 part ¬
many mlny tit II Chicago 111a o toward tOWRr llr 1f11 Ilmysumi > an after Ihe Ihenomination Ihenomilalol thenonhiiatiomi
nomination nomilalol lie 1 believed 1Iryld that John C CMhoehan Cmllfrl CSheehan
Sheehan temiHirarily mllfrl the Ihl hmd lld of Tam Tamtnnny TamIn Tamiflflfl
tnnny In iflflfl while whi Mr Ir Croker lrokr wu w in a KuroH KuroHwould turo turownuld EuropawouII >
would IN I waved a111 hr 1 hi his lirollicr hrollr S UllliAm UllliAmF lllm lllmF illians illiansF
F Sheehan Hhhal who 10 an oulnM olIok1 outspoktts > ktn in hi hioppoeitton hl his hisoIiwisitmos
oppoeitton ullilol to llr I Ilrvsn > iii iiiHenry
Henry UtI I U Purroy hurriedly hlmrly left Chicago Chicagofor hiMlo hiMloror hicagoor
for or Sew s York ork and in II tlua city siok > kl ke up I
in Il hi II well 1 lI known rewoiuuil 1Ct tones lrt for or1
Hfla Bryan Hr and UII the Ih platform IUnnl Henry lor 1 U Uthou
believi < l tiiit liy this 11a i lr LO0V50 < unn < he W would wouldnit wOII1
nit lit 1 the 1 ground Irlll from Inutsith John I IhheehJin IShha I IShtutn
hheehJin Shha and 1111 Illchnrd IUInCnkr Cruker und ulll ctipture ctiptureixmtnil cusplisreittitpl tl
ixmtnil llr11 of Ir Tainmuny l 11 n cm I the Ih theory Ih that thatthe Ih1I tiathIts
the I Its organizitloii Iramzlol wnuld Tolll I Is form to Ix Ixr I Illcr tiergmiltr
r rgmiltr ular llcr no 10 matter 1lhr what whlt the Ih iwrMinal iwrMinalview IwsinalVtews 0111 0111w
view w of Mr Ir Cn lnkr > ker or John r c nheehun nheehunmight Nhhll Shireharmmight
might l be > e John C t Sheehan hhln however howeveron
on 11 Isis hi return llm with the thl Tammany braves liravexfrom bravesfrom
from Chicago hlr o quickly hoisted hoiltld the th llrjan llrjanId 11ln
Id II to I hammer 1Ir and Henry nr I n > wits I check checkmated lhI hetkmated ¬ I
mated In II 1887 1 11 in if ip the Ih three Ihr cornered conicreillight cn corneredlight I IflRb
light flRb for Mayor Iaor b11 between Van VRI Vyck ck I ITracy ITrl ITracy
Tracy nnd In1 Iiw Henry 1lr D I 1iirroy up Ali i il IIn I Iported
l ported In > orted Low I0W In II the Ih I iste < fight IJII for forctnor CJov CJovernor nl
ernor Iwtween Augu Aijustiie U IIII tiin Van aim Vyck yek Ik und undTheodore 11111 11111hto sitidTheodore
Theodore hto K Roosevelt he h HOOM HOOMvelt ItoosveIl
11Ilt < nupp siIprtNl < irte < i I
11rt
veIl It and nd In H I itss i hn h mipM iipsormesi ned McKinley lcKill lcKillIn
In opposition opiion to liryan Irnl In II line tUI ILi he h de demanded d dmnldr ii iimantled ¬
mantled mnldr of Louis 111 f t Haffen Hllln then Ihe IheDemocrnllo th lise1cmocratio
Democrnllo Imorlo rhleftaiu rhlrall of ii The Th Ilronz Imlu the theDemocratic Ih Ihl thuDemocratic
Democratic l > mOmUo nomination InmnltUon ion for Congre Congrethe Conr tongreemthe
the Ih M heat > at now 10 held hv I Ite lfrIlal Ittsresentsattv IttsresentsattvJosph > re viitiite viitiitel
l Josph < wph A f oulilen nOlhln > of lt the Ih Eighteenth tlhlllh Eighteenthtiistrict I
di tiistrict Ulne tnct anti Ind wan 1 tunnil down dlwn Soon Soonafter oots ootsalter n nIUr
after IUr this Ihi Henrv 10 I > Piirrov Plr died di1
John Ptirrov Plmv Mitchel 1th1 wan R as appointed nppal1 nppal1hy appointedby < l lby
by Mayor IAo MrOlelLan IcIIn tln llrl first > t In the I ii tax de department ml mlpertInent I IJ ¬
pertInent J ln I of the I Corporation Lorpnllol rounder rounderoftlcn OlnI OlnIuni ouinselsorne
oftlcn uni and ald next no I a Commissioner Comlllnr of ofAccomt 0 0II ofAecolinhis
Accomt II < i and AII it t wn was n upon Mr Ir Mitcheli Mitchelirejiorli Mitehelsreports lthI lthIrl
reports rl that Ihll John Johl K 1 I Miearti Pnoidetit Pnoidetitof
of Manhattan IIIIAn Itornugh orulth nnd later on I Mr MrHafTen Mrilaffen Ir Irlaln
HafTen laln President Idlll or if Ilronx Jrnx borough boroughwere bmu h hnmov1
were removed by h Jov o ov Hughe Illh Mitchel Mitchelwa 11h1 11h1a
wa a nominated nomlnl by I the Ih fumonUlH rlIOnll lust laxtfall lustfall
rll fall for rlr tir Pnttident 111 of Ir the I llonrd nlnnl of Alder Aldermen Ablernipis IIrml ¬
men ml nnd Inl Indorsed hlto1 hv the th Independence IndependenceIeagiie lnlqsntlenceLeague
League IKI Mr Ir Hear fa 01 ret tH organization orgnnl7jitionIn orjIIlun orjIIlunII
In II the I event Vnl of Ir Mr Ir I iaynor aII > elevation elevationto ehiVilt 111101 ion ionto
to thn tim h Jovenior oor hair Mayor Mltche Mltchewroulil Mittslwould 11hl
would 01 I I without I hOI don dotiit 1011 I it control llrl the Ih Hoard Hoardof Hoardor
of Kftinmte IIlmal and he I could 11111 ni alw i reinove r at atwill Hrwi atwill
will wi every vr yry motherM mol hr rots Hl appointed npinlln to ofTlce ofTlceby m mh mreIsy
by h Mr Ir iaynor llence the Ih conference conferencewith rnrrn rnrrnwllh eonfrnreawith
with the Ih lawyers IlwyI and In1 the I desire to II obtain obtaintheir IIHln IIHlnolinlOI
their opinion at a In tl the I term of f Mayor MayorIaynor Mayorbsynor Iayor1nor
Iaynor olinlOI 5 omvewor omveworhuiniian suvsearluitrrnan
huiniian Dix 11 11 will 11 return rllm to Alluiny anv thin thinmomlna Ihlmom hitsmorning
morning mom I II He I u isiit id yi iterilay t Irruv Tcliiy There Th IH I IHIlol a atremeiulnii at
tremeiulnii HIlol t nentitiieut nlllt for Mayor iaynor iaynorup 1lor 1lorup
up the th State If I Mr r nlnn laynor connenlH nII to torun 10run tt ttruitu
run he will wi undoubtedly I i inilomil n < o I ItI itiwl 17 l Is nomlnateil nomlnateilfrom nomol 11am ed edfrom
from oneof one or the 11ISIAIHOllt t ii iipStatecoiiiitien ulfhtate flhltit 1 Iis but hii New NewYork N w wYor wYork
York Yor city 1 Keeirm 1 l In hi In I pleane < wllh wllh14or HM HMMayor itsMayor
Mayor 14or and Ile prefers rr to keep k him where he hela h hI iiis
la I
I laMr Mr Ir Dix 11 opeakmc klf of his h recent rfnt tour Ilr of ofthe orh ofthe
the h Mate Hlatf said Ild I found almost every everywhere evfr everywhere ¬
where wht I went wnt that the th Hepubllcann Htpllblcan felt feltthey reIt reItIhf feltthey
they Ihf had ha been n decived drlo by the thl promisemade promise promlavcmane
mane mar by the Republican eplbllA Administration AdministrationAnd Admin rroml rromlmar Itrtlon Itrtlonnr
And nr nd I am m constantly in receipt of l letll letters lettersfrom tter < i ifrom
from people JJle who style 11 them themIB themselves eve dl dlratUfied dlIIt dis dispatislod
ratUfied IIt KepubtlcanB KepubtlcanBThe publcanl
The Th recent nt utterance UUrCH of our prcnent prcnentOovernor prntI preitentGOvernOr
GOvernOr t tending ledlnj to concentrate rncntral govern ovemmfnt
I ment mfnt In the Individual are ar a departure departurefrom depnur
from tho fundamental rudamlal principles rncplf of gov gnvernment
10 10tmmnt
I I emment of the people PPIf and ant ia another anotherexhibition anotherexhibition nolherhillion
exhibition hillion of those Iho tendencl tlndencl that have haveprevailed h hrvall haveprevailed
prevailed rvall at Washington Wahlnllnn In Ii the Ihl p pisritxl rio riol riolIh < l lthe
the Ih dominant rnrinanl party ha hat been in control controlToo controlToo ntrol ntrolTO
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Too TO long have ha policies plcla been h thrust tIUltl tit the thepeople theIt
people 1 It I in time 111 tim for the Ihlll iieople to guard gtiardwith Illrd Illrdllh guardwith
with llh Jraloui cnro CtO the privileges rh 11 l lsetowei > e < itawe > t
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as produced proucd for us by Alfred Benjamin Bnjamin Co C have havemany havemany havemany
many features that place them on a par with made madetoorder m madetoordcr de detordcr
toorder clothe0 ccthc at far higher prices than ours oursThe oursThe oursThe
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tube tub wth which is both bth safe safeand safeand le I Iand
and convenient for tourists touriststhrough toursts tourststhroulh touriststhrough
through throulh a government Rvemmlnt of law lw not of ofmen ofmln ofinen
men mln inenherbert
menHerbert mlnltrhr Herbert ltrhr Hinoell 11 of Buffalo Oulalo for tempo temporary tem temrar temporary ¬
rary rar chairman and Edward M 1 Sheriard Sheriardof Sheparilof
of Brooklyn Inlk Iyn for permanent chairman of ofthe orIh ofthe
the Ih ItoclnHter convention cnvntlon were w still tl the I thefavorites
favorite for thoan tho prwta 11 The Te crop rp of ofcandidate orrandllh ofcauiiutatrs
candidate randllh for Comptroller COlptmlr the next moat moatiMiwerfill m0t m0tIIWrrll mostjsawrfiil
iMiwerfill IIWrrll oflicn onl to that of Oovernor up upto upII upto
to II lat night IIht was WI aa A follow rolloWl Mayor KUkn KUknof tlkor
of Mount Iolnt Vernon mol Wlnifrwl 1lirfl A Huppuch Huppuchof lulPuch lulPuchnr
Daniel D DKri flFrisdsin
of Hudwm lul Pall tall AMwmhlyman al1 al1trlhi
Kri trlhi Frisdsin l > io of Mlddlehurg I ilUlhlrR Schoharie jJlhAr county countyLuke llntyIlk couintyiiiki
Luke Ilk McHenry Iclf of Madinon ladillI preaident of orth ofthe
the th Democratic lrInU Editorial tdlloral Association ANlatlon of fr frIh ofthe
the Ih Stale Samuel 111 J 1 Tilden TIIn Id r d of Colutn lolim lolimIil loluimnlia
bia Iil and former ronr Comptroller lorltrllr Martin II HOlynn IIWYII IIilymin
Olynn of Albany A Albanyor IhalY IhalYor
For or State Treasurer Trurr John J Kennedy Kennedyof Kfr Kfror
of HulTalo lfnlo and for Secretary Iaf of State KtaleJohn HtlJohn StateJohn
John Whalen Whln hisIen of HiHheeler who ho held heldthe hhlIh heldthe
the Ih oftlc from rnm I8O7 t1 to IWM I > were wn men mentioned rn rn10n1 bentinned ¬
tinned 10n1 For AttorneySeneral th the aspi aspirant lIplrllnll aspirants ¬
rant rllnll now IIW Include inlllr Frank trlnk M 1 Patterson Patternonof rattrll
of if New fw w York Ylrl ieorgn It Van Vim an Kennen Kennenof
of r Ogileiinburg OJIhlrlt Charlen ehlrl N < llulger 111 r of ofOowrgo ofolnd ofswegnanmj
Oowrgo swegnanmj olnd and Thom F 1 Iarmody l of if Penn Inn
Ii isis an Ihe Attomeydenerala omre om m ml isquite I
al Tlf AtomyinrI
l quite < ultea a much sought > iiRlitatheCompln I ht W as th the omlnnrA omlnnrAI > ller >
1 Chairman hllrlln Dix and the Ih Democrat moral who whoconferred whoiconfrred ho honrrfl
I iconfrred conferred nrrfl with wih him hlr epoke I > in a I general generalway Inrl InrlI generalI
I way nf th lI propoiw > < l two nomination nominationfor IIOminlloI
for A iwHmto jl Judg Jiiilgeis 11 < < < of Ir th the Cotirt olrl oiirt of ofI fr fral ofAiuieitli
I AppealH al in JI jila itlarfi of fr Irvin InII lrViiiZ 1 Vistas 111 of ofiHyraciiiw orHrl ofHyracums
iHyraciiiw Hrl whoee wh term rm expires xlir January Inur I Iand IRiul Ismut
and of fr the Ihlat lain Fdward T Itartlett nrtl1 Ihev 11 lbeviiut
1 lmM hl iiut ii > learned 1r1 that the Ih Kopublicarw UIlhlcaM at atSaratoga alnIIIIi atMrstogsi
Saratoga nIIIIi intend Ihn to tl renominatn nllllll Judge JudgeVann Jsitigamiil Idl
Vann 1111 amiil and 11 to name lar former Supreme SupremeCourt Suiprenseouth 11fI
Court outh Ir Jurtlce Irl William lnm N Cohen 011 oh or New Nework ew ework w wlrk
ork lrk for or the Il two vaoanciea Ronri That Thatall Thatall
all 111 very er well wlllo to have lIn a nonpartisan nonprtln judl judlcitn jiidlttari
citn said 11 the Ih IVmocrata lIIIIcrlt but UI here h the thnibbcariH theliejiuihlicni
i Ulhli liejiuihlicni ibbcariH < 11 were w to I name lalf two Hepiibli HepiibliVann Upulh UpulhU htepuililiIi4
U Ii4 Vann anl anii and ald Cohon ohll and they Ih wanted wantedto nl1 nl1I
I to know kll why wh tho Itnfiublican UIIICI xhoiildut xhoiilduti hlldnt
i ronominate rllIrm41 Judge 1101 Vunn ann at I Saratoga Saratogaanil
anil 111 for lh lain J Judge JldSf llartletf Irt Ua place placei 1la 1laI ishacenato I
i name nr a I Demi lmoC11 Ismiirrat > crat like lk Prof Irr Charles ChI A Ai
i Collins 01 In of if Klmlrn tlmlr or Ir HIm Court
J JII Justice n Mice Jamen Iam A Potts 111 of r Kingston or ori or1nr
Henry 1nr Purcell PlrC1 of Wntertiiwn ntertiwri In that thatevent thatevent
event nt this DemocratH lnorl aid thoy the could clul1 clul1nnd couhilfind
find a wny war R to lx I > e equally < uII nonpartikni nonpartiknii nonIIrIJm
on the Ih judiciary at Itocheater Itocheaternit RieheeterTilt
01 JIJcilr
nit Til itisriT t lqlt OV111t
Miemian Jtman llefeatnl In Only Onl nn line ne neIllttrlrt tsmbl tsmblfltstrirt Ambl Amblnllrlf
I Illttrlrt nllrlf Itelecallon 11saton 14 I too tooUTIOA his I t tUTICA
UTICA UTIC Sept H1 II 1 The Til nm Oneida Oneidacounty Ontlra Ontlrarlnty Oneidacounty
county delegatea 11llll who whl will wlIIIr support Thoo Thoojdore T rh4tdome
jdore I do dome Kotxivelt lon1 for temporary tmllrll chairman chairmanof lhalnan lhalnancr
of cr if the Ih Itepubtcan nlhilan State convention olnln a aagalnut 1 1alalnl as asagainst
against alalnl VcePr I ident ilnt Hhennan Shpnnnllf were werelected wereselected
elected llf and Inttmuted Inc nl11 thi afternoon Atrnon at atthe alIh atthis
the Ih Second nd liweinhly ienbh mil district elelrict convention conventionheld rnlnlon rnlnlonI
I held in II the illage iat of Whileboro Whlthor Theee TheeeI Th ThI Theenine
I I nine delegate leprvnent nt the main mall fruits of ofthe orIh ofthe
the Ih light l5hl of r the progresaivna InII against Ilnt the theId theiitt
old Id guard IJnl In yesterdays IIna1 primaries prman Thn Th Thi Tbother
i other fourteen rOIn delegate 11tjatN from thn tb First Kiratand 111 111alli Firstatsd
and alli Thlnl oitrwl flintrict of the li his county IlnY were werecaptuted w wIh wereeiptIimNi
captuted bv the Ih Sherman Shrnln force rr an a chown chownby
by b complete mII retiirns rllrn today todayThe
The Th prngreiwive lflrh delegation 11laton to the Ih Stale Staleconention Staleefleistlomt lnl lnllIlon
conention lIlon from rrnl multi the th Second snd Oneida Oneidatlmtriit OndallHlll nsstjgmismitrict
tlmtriit llHlll IK I ii hi hoituteut > aile < l by h Senator snalCr Frederick FrederickM tInr tInrI
I M I Daenport 1 flmuu eflpif1 nl The Th resolution rIUfn adopted adoptedby aopt aoptIh
by ih convention cnnIOI strongly Irln h lnd Indor Indorrmar iridorsed iridorseddirect red reddirect
direct pnmane rmar nmar1 and n highly commended commendedPresident cmmnIK eonimntledlresidrnt i inl I IIIIh
President < nl Taft TC Col lnl oh Roosevelt ltrl Ck C 6ev 6evhughes > r rHughes
Hughes and Itlll Senator Davenport The Theresolution Tf Tfrlllon Theresliitioni
resolution rlllon contained rnlalnfl < l no reference to toic toShr1 toiceiresident
ic iceiresident Prei < ldent Sherman Shr1 The Th reference referenceto nrtn
to Col nI I Iloo Itoossevelt evelt wa w was couched cuched In the theterm th thIrml thesm thesmterms
term Irml
e > elieve It that the Ih man whose who ear earand raritul ar i iand
and brain and conscience nllc n are a moat mOI keenly keenlyalive keenlyally
alive 11 to national Ulionl need and Ind national nationalieni naenl naenlInl naiionalpti4s
Inl ieni and who ho above ab all 11 other nthtn i is best bestfitted heatfitted t tnlt1
fitted m II lead hi hill party par and to command commandthiMu commandthose
those Ih influence Inrln which will ommnll Mimtilate Mimtilatehigher stimmslatehtgher tmull tmullhthr
higher ideals III i public Pllo life I r t il is he hf whom I
this nation flton and the 1 world recognire f nl f aa aathe A AIh asI
I the Ih ftrl nrl citiren lt7 n of thin nation naton Theodora TheodoraHooeevelt Thfol Theodoreitooevelt
I Hooeevelt Hooeeveltj
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j For or the th lost 111 twenty year 11a the Ih Second SecondI Rnd RndI SecondOnimla
I Oneida ditrlct 1trlt ha h has been a Sherman Shermanstronghold Sh Shermanstronghold nn nnIMnhold
I stronghold and the control contrl of today todayI odara odaraI
I I convention mnnton bv II the Ihf Insurgent I 11 rpnt element ImntI
tof I or the I arty ar presented a strange tranl si IIlla IIllatl specta spectatle > ecta ectafie
fie tl 1 lse esn than half hi a dozen of the Ih Vice VicePresidents 1 11IInl ice iceiresutipnts
Presidents 1IInl follower were w in attendance attendancesensational atpndant atpndantntlonl attendanceA
A sensational ntlonl incident Intllnt occurring Olrnl at atClinton atUnlli atiintfl
Clinton Unlli last night and Ind Illustrating ihlllratng the theuntensitv th thI theintcnsit
untensitv I mlm intcnsit of if r the Ih fight fltht Iwtween Iwn the Ih pro progrcssive pr pran1 proI
I grcssive and old guard for control Cflrlln CflrllnI in inI inMr
I Mr Ir Shermans home county was reported reportedtoday rlJr reportedto
today 101 to tIay President M il 1 W Stryker of ofI ofIlitmnilton r I
I I i Hamilton lamiton College < IKI an ardent Inlnt supporter supporteri IIJIIer IIJIIerI
I i of VlcePriwident Sherman hrmln made an anearnntl anarfleel n narn
earnntl arn idea 111 before hr the th caucus CIIUII In Inhalf Inhalfof Ihl II
of Mr Ir Sherman lnnln and in discussing 1 Iinl Mr MrItoosevelt Mrltimoaeyelt
Itoosevelt declared rllrld that he h wa a menace menaceto n nI
to tt the I tli h country which remark wan not notwell not notwell
well 1 received receivedShame reivetShatmse
Shame Hhlle on In the 11 his town of Kirkland Kirklandh
h continued ir they th should 1 so o easily easilyI
I forget rorl1 what whll James Rm S H Sherman Shrmlll ha h has don donnfor donefor
for them Home lom Sum of those Ih who whl am a now nowso nowallrl now54i
I so eagerly allrl oppose IPJ opposed < l to I him were w a short shorttime shorttime honlm I
time lm ago ajO eating tlnl out of his hl hands han Hi Hifaults I Ills Illsfaults
faults raul are a am his hl aa 8 mine minI are ar mine lin but hn hnha h hhal hebaa
I ha hal baa been n forced rorC1 into a position Jlton which whichi whllh I I
i III not of hi his own seeking IDI or choice cic He Hestand I i I Istands
stand Iand ready rpa to carry ct out Oll the wishe wisheof wlsbel wisheofthemissotthepeopie
of ofthemissotthepeopie thn Ih maa m of thn people ppl pplI I Ii I II
i It I wa wal was at this Ihl pint point that tht Dr Rtrrker Rtrrkeri RtMkr RtMkrj
i referred rrrNI to Col Roosevelt lt aa a a menace meaacnto m
to the th nation nllon I Ill Hit remark rmar stirred IUr the thnbig Ih Ihhl thebig
big hl crowd rd to hisses hi and nd catcalls clcall and an Dr Dri
i Slrkr Ntrrker was wa unable unble to go 0 further lien 8n1 lientutor i iator I
tutor Davenport Ulvfnpr who ia a member rnfmbr of the thni thf
Hamilton faculty and leader of the
i IRmitnn rDrlr Illtr pro progressives pr progressuivee ¬
gressives r in Clinton Clnlon followed Dr fitryker fitrykerwith Rlrkr Rlrkrwih Htrykerwith
with wih n I warm wr defence dln of Cot Hooeevelt Hooeeveltand 1 lt
and urged I rl1 the C h idotition doton of resolution resolutionsupporting rllton rlltonluprlln resoluitlonssuiIportig I I
supporting luprlln Roosevelt ltv t a 1 as against alallt Sher Sherman Hhr Hhrman Hherman ¬
man fur the th temporary chairmanship chlrmanhlpI chairmanshipIliulCh
iKuch I fuch resolutions rhlllol were unanimously unnimolir I I
I adopted adoptedVicePresident
aort aortCrrtllnt VicePresident Crrtllnt Sherman Hhran i Ia at Atlantic Atatlo AtatloCII
ICIly CII and anr thus far rlr It I ha h has been n Impossible Impossibleto Impibl
to learn how hn hf regards the rebuff r hul which whichIhe whch whichthis
the Kepublican ICfIUIlln elector rplanll Ipto of hit home dla dlatrict dll diatrict
trict gave llf him though Ihou it in i known he heha h hehas I
I ha hAi has been l in communication mmmlnirtion with hi hichief hil his hischief
chief supporters here The VicePreai
dent nt wa WI defeated drtr In hia hl hi voting votlnl dllct district
bl his city cty ward and his hi Assembly district dUtrictHILL dltrct dltrctII districtliii
HILL II liii f us V HlflHKVt HlflHKVtFor 1111 iluali ics 114 114For PL4S PL4SFor
For the 11t Direct ntrf Primaries rlmrl Mat nt for Longer IxiocrrTerm IDcrTfrn LongerTerse
Term TermKUJIHA Tfrn TfrnLIRA TerseELIIRA
KUJIHA LIRA Kept tpt 21 21t0Ir Former fjov nl ku David Davidn
n Hill 11 in a ipe speech lh ch at the Ih Chemung Chemungcounty Chmunl Chemungcosnty
county fair today t < lr approved of the theHughe Ih thehughes
hughes 111 scheme hm for direct dlft primaries but butdimigrecd bUIwih hutuilsagred i
dimigrecd with wih him hlllf aa to the advisability advisabilityof IIrYilhlt IIrYilhltnr I
of increasing Incrlnr Ihe term of the Governor Governorto
to four rllr years yearslft yearnluet 1
lft us I ii remember that Ihlt nit ni changes changesare hanK hanKnr
are nr not reform rrror he h wild Nil In lh the first firstacei firstplisiii t tpi
pi plisiii acei conatitutionnl rnaUlllolll changes hanc in our form formof ror forteufgovriimnemit
of government InYlnulnl whether national nllonl or orftC orftChOllr State Stateshould Stolelsouilti
should hOllr not he I made mldl for light lh or trivial trivialreason Crlal CrlalfJIU trivialreasons
reason fJIU And I 111 hag to remind the thf Governor Oovernorthat OovmofIhat Governorthat
that Ihat It was Wa only aa a rnceit CIt us 111 1 tlS ii 4 that thatthn IhatII thstthe
the II State constitutional cltiutoDal convention conlnton pro proposed pro prop0sd ¬
posed fJ a reduction hlclon of hn hf flovernors flovernorsterm tomor tomortr
term tr of office onl from three to t < two year yearwhich yearswhich pa pahlth
which wn WRI ws submitted Iuhmlltl to the people ple for fortheir rorthlr fortheir
their approval or Sr disapproval and the thepeople thepeople
people 11 subsequently lul stJbiieqUentlyapproyed utntIT approved appr1e the change changeat cba e et
at t the te polls pU J r I
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elt rltEsrrtsoi C er > lHxl > Agreed ree Mt l That Tat Sara Naralona Mn Mn10K Saratogs
togs Hill HI He I Sterns Next nt Meek MeekThe Hk HkTh ekThe
The Th results rllula of the upState upState primaries primarieswore prlmar
wore discussed dlau1 at Republican Hepublcn State Stte head hed hedqlarn headquarter I Iquartern I
quarter qlarn yesterday ylr y afternoon aCmon by Chair Chair1man ChirI Chairnitn
man In Wonl Woodruffiind > 7ood ruff und ne other othtr Republicans ltpubUcan who whollnt whowant I Iwant
want llnt VicnPresidont Sherman for tetni tetniporary tern ternpOrir
porary lflf chairman chalnn or the State convention conventionand convnton convntonand
and a I conservative cnarRthf platform plltor Including Incuding a adirect I adirect
direct dirll nomination 10minton bill I which shall IluU retain retainth In Inth
th convention system The Th news letu came cameInthalthnoldguardhadlostSchenectady cml cmlIn camein
InthalthnoldguardhadlostSchenectady In I that ti I thold gus l n rd had lotSIWnetdy lotSIWnetdywhich host Schssnectady Schssnectadywhich
1 which hitherto hathlrln with II 11 Its eleven delegate delegatehad dljtf delegateshail
had htIn lx Iseen en counted safely rlyln In the th column rlumn for forSherman rorHInnan forShennismi
Sherman HInnan Word orui came a from rra William Williami Wiiam Wiiamf
i f Barnes llm Jr at AlUtny lHmy that tht hn h wasnt walnt at atall atal atall
all al disturlied dillrl1 over r the Ih result 1111 In Schenna Schennatndy Shn Shntty SehensotJliiTeotimIty
tndy tty tJliiTeotimIty county lUUtty lloyd C Oriscoinsnld Orll ClrisconiiaidofitSi Mid of It It ItSo
So S Si far as 1 the forces rOr of the old ol guardam < guard un I
am II concerned concmld it ia a greater Ier blow even eventhan on onlhn oventhan
than lhn the thfl0 loss of VloePresldent Vlcrldent Sherman Shermanown Sheran Sheranown
own district at the Ih primaries prmares yesterday yesterdaybecuusrt y yesterdaybotus tery terybu
becuusrt bu Schenectady lhenetadr la part pr of Mr MrBarness 1r 1rDrn MrBarn
Barness Drn Barn Congress Con Jterritory IItrrtor which he heregarded hf heregarded
I regarded rJrd1 a I as impregnable Impntlblf If I any nr doubt doubtjexlatod douhtextd doubtiozisttwi
iozisttwi jexlatod In the Ih mind mln of any one aa a to the theoutcome theoulcmf theoutcome
outcome oulcmf of the thl efforts on which am a l being heint beingmade > einRmade
made md to control the State Htte convention cDynllon to today todayl to147s ¬
day dayl 147s happening hplnlngl at Schenectady Ihenltdr should shouldb holid
b 1 1st sufficient uncltnt to banish it I I look lok for or the thoelection theIeton theelection
election Ieton of Mr Ir Roosevelt JO1 aa al temporary temporarychairman temporr temporarychairman
chairman thai chirmn tal majority of the convention connton by a subitan subitantlal sibstanthai ubltantal I
All Al hands hmJ said Ild that Iht it would be b a 1 fight fightto naht
to a finish at Saratoga Smtoga and it wa stated statedthat It4tr statedthAt
that between bt wn luo ll and ant O 1 delegates tIlllt of the thelOli thl theloi
lOli loi to the th convention rnvnlon would go O unln unlnatructrd unlntrurN uninstructrd
atructrd trurN unpl Inplol1 isnplcdged > dged and Ind with their own ownmind ownmlnd ownminds
mind mlnd open opn to conviction lniton This would wouldnecessitate wOlld wOlldn wouldnecessitate
necessitate n III mIssionary mllonr work on the thf part parti pr partof
i i of the thl old 011 guard unlldfrw leaders and hustling hlllln < for forconvert rorcn forconvrts
convert cn on the Ih p isart > art r of Col oh Iloosevelt IlooseveltPresident 10vtl ItooseveitPmtdetst
President rldltt inscom Crcm of Ir the Ih New < w York Yorkcounty YorkI Yorkouinty
county lnty oommittcD cmmi and In1 their friend friendA frlnw
I A current < estimate tmAI is I that up II to date datethe dti datethe
the th Kooimvclt II peoplo have 1 610 delegate delegateand dltjt dltjtld delegatesamid
and ld the old oll guard Rlar1 4 4i2 < < 2 with wih 73 to be no nocounted nc tiecounted
counted for but the th old Id guard llni leader leaderat
at headquarters decline cln to accept these thesefigures Ih theseIhgures
figures 11 and Ind still IItl talk tlk of a I majority mJonty of M Mfor t itofor
for Sherman Hhran while whl the th Itoonevelt IOtlt people peopledeclare Jpll peopleticlar
declare dII that tht with wih things thlnl running rnnln a I us they
have h within the th last t few f day daYI In Queen QueenSchenectjidy I Iciiemicctiiily
Schenectjidy and Ind elsewhere they will wi
have 1 anywhere from miii an to IOO 10 majority majoritywith majorty majortywih
with wih which to reject Sherman hran n M tem temporary tmm ternpornl ¬
porary pornl > m chairman chlrmln and lad to roplani him with withCol wlh
Col KnoMovelt llvlt Therv i II is plenty Intyor of bluff blur bhu ¬
ing on both sides sidesThe sidesibe idP
The old guard IAr1 are ar whimsically whllllciy com commenting em emmtnlng corntnenting ¬
menting mtnlng upon upn the selctlon Ieton of Cornelius
V Colllnn loiln of Troy by lr Col Iloosevelt Ilooseveltto JOlt JOltto
to be b his hi right hand hnd man mn at Saratoga Htoga and andseveral andseveral
several Rral of them thrn Intimate Inllat that perhaps a
Mr Ir Collins Loli would le bern rn at uh the last lt moment momenti momenttbt momentthat prhp
that the th delegation dflelton from IlenaaeUer IlenaaeUerwould Rensselaerwould
Raeler RaelerI
would be I divided dlld Former Forer Governor OO1tmorak
Frank rak S Black ack has h been bn In Troy within withinthe withinthe
wltbi
the th last lt few days dy and ad he h la I not such lucb a
Roosevelt Itelt man aa a ho once onc was wa Mayor
I
Mann In of Troy roy however I II pwerrul pwerrulttre powerfulthere powerful powerfulthere
there ttre and 1 La Representative Rprenttlve Hamilton i
laltd
Hah brotherinlaw and ad Mr nah ha h I
been n spoken pkn of by the thf Roosevelt Rylt force rore ce1 i iaa I
aa a candidate Cdidle for Governor Ooror I
The Thf old Ruarders urdrw are counting rountlnl upon uponPicking uponpicking
Picking plkln off ol delegate dtIlat in the th Roosevelt llpn llpnI I
Crllm Iriscom territory of New < York runty cotvitywhiln runtywhl cottywhile
while the Ih Itooseveltnriacom 1W1tltOrllrm folk are
hard hrd at t it trying tryll to disintegrate dulntlatl the tht King Kingcounty Kln Kingscounty
county cunty dll delegation tlon and both hth aide have hv
I I their thir emissaries up the State fll Both side sideagree Id Idlr
I agree lr on one on point plnL at t leant Ir1 and ad that I Itht Ithat
1 that tht the th convention confllon i is to be b notable notbl tt In the1 the1annala thfl thflanal the theannals
annals of the I II
anal thf Republican RlublCn party of thn ihnStats ho
I State Worbsardy Wnrdbaashreiidy S ord has already come cme pry that hotel hotelaccommodations holelammoatton
ammoatton accommodations 000 mmodatons are at a premium
1 here Ther are to he M many mlr visitors who bo want to I Isen I Isea
sea what many believe Ill vf is i to bn b the greatest I t i I I
Republican fpuhllln battle hule since In Iftso I when < line lloscoe It lineOO
coe OO Conkllng Cnnklnl at at UtIca Utc decreed dlrH that tht the th
delegates of that State Httf convention should abouldJ
l J > e instructed Intruc4d for a third cnlto term for den I IOrait
Grant OrI All talk tlk of candidate ndldale forflov forflovernor rorovImor forflovcream Cn
cream Imor ha h hat l been > een Cn subordinated luhrlnt to the thf sung atmggle sunggte
gle 1 for control Mtrol of the th convention and ad of ofthe orIhe ofthe
the committee commltH on 01 resolution resolutionsRVKiT resolutionsWOWItIT nluton nlutonRmtnI
RmtnI sRVKiT nlvs t rHr4r rHr4r1IU sT4r sT4rlit I
lit II followers olof rapture Schenectady Hrtta Cm Cmi n nisetionUttier
i isetionUttier itlen tnnthr 4lthrr Results RrsnltaHCHKNECTAOT 81 ResultsScltItHacTADT
HCHKNECTAOT RUINECTDI Sept spt si 1 lteltm lteltmInaJJlfly lloneevehUm lloneevehUmminespwctediy Iloos velU m munexpectedly I
unexpectedly InaJJlfly swept the I Hepubllcan Hepubllcancounty Irfhlcn Irfhlcnmun Ilepuhllcancounty
county mun convention N > vnlon here hrl this th afternoon artron I i iand I
and n In consequence 1llln the Ih eleven delegate delegatefrom dtlat delegatesfrom
from rrr this thll county to thn It Saratoga HmloRa conven mnvfn mnvfntlon convsnlion I Ition
lion will wi go 10 under Inr instruction Iniiructona to vote votefor vot1for I Ifor
for llooeerelt 1w1 for temporary trnporar chairman I Iand Ia I Iazd I II II
and a for direct dlrc nominaUom nmiMtJoM nominatjonNo I INo I I
No Itooanvelt le1 sentiment InUmnt was W8 apparent apparentt
at t the thf primaries prmar yesterday ywn The Te pprnl pprnlt friction rrcion I Ithat
that was manifested in I I Iwaa
thL wa tnnlNte one 01 or two districts dlltrlc districtswas
was 8 the tl outcome Oll0m of difference dllenn of local localorigin loal localorigin j
origin last fall Later In
the Ih
It rll evening eveninggathering nlnl a agathering
gathering jthrnR wa w held h1 in a downtown l hlm hlmprgmmm barn barna > arn arna I
a programme prgmmm mapped mapi out OJt anti anl today a acommit aoommitteof
commit cmmlteo oommitteof ten of rorwlt fourwaitedonCowity four waited on O County Chair Cr
man Wemple to ascertain naln his hl convention conventionscheme cnvention cnventionltme conventionscheme
scheme ltme Wemple compiled complo with their theirdesire tblrde11 theirdesires
desire de11 In the makeup maeup of the tf delegation delegationi dlegatlonel
i eliminating el I I ntnlC two name nm And submitting submittingthe Iuhmltng Iuhmltngthe
the resolution Ilulon approved pprovr by b the thl com comrlt
1 mitten rlt In which there thel wa A declaration declarationfor dflarton dflartonror
for an a honest practical pra hlal primary prmar plan planthat pIautt planI
I expression expressionIn that tt would give Ive the freest rft Individual Individualexpression Indlldua indviduaJexpression
In n the convention onenUon the thl Uooseveltiten Uooseveltitenwithout Rnoseveltlteewithout lt ltWllholt
without Wllholt warning named Imfd name the th resolution resolutioncommittee resolutioncommittee llton lltonrmmlt
committee rmmlt from rrm the floor changed chanJ1 the thnentire Ih Ihni theentire
entire ni list Ult of r Stain delegate indorsed indorsedRoosevelt ImloDltTlt iidorsedRoosevelt
Roosevelt ltTlt for or chairman chiran and approved approvedof
of direct dlf primaries The Te convention
I developed delor three th faction faclonl the regulars regularswith rgisiarawith
with 2a a 1 votes oU the adherent ahtrnll of exJIavor 11rw 11rwI la1or
I Van Voost Vnt with with t 17 1 and ld the tl RoosnveltUeA RoosnveltUeAwith n1llN n1llNwih
with wih 4B 41 4 Each Eth hail a State Hllf defecate tlul
ticket tcf The Tb RnoMveltltM ItnlUM accented lICllr acceIraljh acceIraljhregular the theregular l lllr
I regular llr ticket tldtt for Congress Coni ana Senate Senatedelegate Inte Intedeltlall senatedelegates
delegate deltlall hut beat t the Ihl regular llar ticket ticketfor tlct tlctfor tIcketor
for or county office oml and named nm1 George GeorgeMoon Crgn CrgnIIln GeorgeMoon
Moon IIln for county clerk cr and nd D II Salmonfor Hlmonror Salmon
for District tro Attorney Ator
One of the te surprises Iurn of the Ih convention conventionwas
cnvfnton cnvfntontho
was the nomination nolnUon of Charles Crl T Tan lye Ivcan lyeMn
an attorney atomfT who I 15 comparatively little littleknown ltle ltleknown littleknown
known here hlre for or metnlier mfnll of Assembly
NKwnttROH SIW UROI Sept tpt 21 For the th first firsttime frwt firsttIme
time In a scorn I of years yr the Ih Republicans npuhlmn ltepulilittinaof I Iof
of the First Flrt Assembly mhly district dllrct of Orange Orangecounty Ornlt Orangecounty I
county cunty hare he failed Cal1 lo send nd to t the State Statconvention I Iconvention
convention lnvlnUon of the party ry Benjamin DnJatnln II IIWell
Well OI Jr and Thomas Thom W Bradley who whowere whnw whowere
Brle
were w looked loke upon as necessary n factors
rctr
In the conduct cDdlc upn of every convention r
The convention cnetlon enr for naming rln cnvento delegate delegateto dtlrlaU I
to the State 8t convention cnenton and an for or naming naminga nming nminga
a candidate ondldt for member mehr of Assembly AOhl met metera mtt metere
era Ir this thl afternoon eeron Frederick Frerck W V UlUon UlUonwho A itson itsonwho
who with Senator Intor Rose It has hl conducted conductedthe rnducte
the thf progressives campaign cmpl < was Wi in charge chargeon cbrl
on the proge floor nor Resolutions Uflutlon were adopted adoptedcommending adoptedcommending
commending cmmending Roosevelt n vlt Taft and hughes Hugheand lulh lulhand hughesand I
and ravornl favoring direct dirt primaries prmr lawn 1W teak making mk mkIng teaking ¬
ing the IlinmanGreen Ilnn n bill hi the standard standardCaleb standardCaleb
Caleb Cle II I flaumea umf was w renominated rrnomlntr for formember roror I Imeenber
member of Assembly mhl mhlELIRA
EUIIRA ELIRA Kept pt 21 1 Congressman Cnn fma J JStoat JRIOt I
without wltolt Stoat RIOt Faseett tlt opposition oppllon was wa renominated nomlnte today todaywithout tooar tooarwltolt todaywitjiomit
This Tll morning mornng Mr Faasett FIUa a paper r the theAdrtrtittr th thdrrf the4drrtlaer
I Adrtrtittr drrf in a I strong Itrnl editorial fltoral attacked attackedthe ttcld ttcldIho
the tb old guard < AI asserting Ing that lht those thosowho thO thosewho
who support Ipln Roosevelt ItIt for temporary temporarychairman temporarychairman
chairman rhalran are just ns R regular Klar Iftprar aa those thosewho Iho thosewho
who are n for Sherman ShermanThn 8bna
The Thl Republican Senate Hnh convention conntlonwi conventIonwill
wi will 111 bn b held hire b tomorrow tomorw Lawyer Lawyeri Lwr LwrmO
i James mO Truman of Omego has announced
I hi his candidacy randidar in opposition opJltlol to I nnounC Seymour Snymourl Kmour KmouraD SeymourIowman
l Ixiwman and aD an machlnn mlchln Republican IWlublCna to to tonight
1 night are ar somewhat Itwht alarmed alnf alarmedAvnUn
I ACBUBX Auavl N V Sept rt 31 The Th Carucn
County COUII Democratic l > ollo Convention CDnton wosfheld wWJbflr wa4heldthl CaYg
I I thl afternoon artomon and lnd the thcnentlon theconveritlon convention pawed Jd Jdfluton pissseda
la a resolution fluton instructing Intnltn the th dell delegate at to topresent toth topresent
present the th nimn nal of the Ih Hon lun Thomas ThomaI
M I Oshornn and to use 1 every vr honorable honorablamean hononhle hononhlemMn
mean to secure r his hi nomination nominton nt thu th thI
Rochester Hohtr convention cnInliou The delegates
I are n City lly Ity Judge Jul R I C Drummond delrRt delrRtn John T TI
I I I Sullivan HuJhu ham and ald HUlerlllor Supervisor John U 3 Lang
hamMr
Mr Ir Osborne ohom was wal cnllnd ml1 l before > the thnconvention thf theconvention
convention onyntlon and taint tldlIn an address Iddr In which
he h defined dfnNI hi hU view on the Ih coming aim cnmpalgn cm cmpl aimpnign
palgn pl n He I declared that tht list Ih issue may
IAY
I hi grouped uJI under Indr four rOlr head hIII Th Payne Paynetariff Paynetartly
tariff 1 n 1 the th fight against Blaln t InMsism Im and nd for
direct Un nominations nomlnatuM nntlRoosevcltUin AnllHO111 and
home rule ruleTHE rle rleTiE nileTug
THE TiE COKRS COFRS nEFEAT IX ERIE ERIEWill ERIEU PRWul
Will U ul Go to State Contention Contlton a as a Common Commonnelesate Common1fctFtFUf CommonDlegateFhtypatyfrt
nelesate DlegateFhtypatyfrt 1fctFtFUf FlUpatrlrk Chairman ChairmanncTTALo Clrm ClrmDUAL ChaIrman13VTALO
ncTTALo DUAL Sept Sp 31 2tWllam William James JamesConner Jam Jamonnn JamesConnors
Conner onnn former roner chairman cr of the Demo Democratic Dmo Dmoclo Democratio ¬
cratic clo State committee commite learned leae tonight tonightthat
that tha ha h is no n longer long boss h In his hil hi tonldt tonldttha county
A former rorer henchman hncm County Chairman ChairmanBROW Cana CanaL CanaBROKW ChairmanBROKAW
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Young men me who are arealways arealway areifti
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r out for something 50methlnl out outof outof outof
of the ordinary in inSuits inSuit5 inSuits
Suits and Overcoats Overcoatswill Overcoat
will wi find fnd our new Fall Fallstock Fal Fallstock
stock exactly to their theirliking teir teirIk theirliking
liking Ik in f Plenty of ofroughish ofrou ofroughish
roughish rou hf5h fabrics in an animmense animmense
colorings coloringsIf colorinr5 immense variety variet of r bright brightcolorings brilht brilhtcolorinr5 brightcolorings
If you motor you ought oughtto oUfht oUfhtto
to see se our new colddefiers colddefierscoats eoiddeflercoats > olddefer
coats that are absolutely absolutelybreezeproof absolutelybreezeproof absolutelybreezeproof
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William WIla H I Fitzpatrick FLzptrCk dkpleaatd dpl be because b becanoe ¬
cause CM his bl candidate cdde for health h com ¬
missioner InlfloDIr of Buffalo Uurao wa a rejected rJ o 0 fer
Mayor Kuhrmann declared
tbr dela war on OQnerw Con Co ¬
flora and ad had ha himself elected cbalmaa ol
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Erie e eountjra delegation dltplon to the th Butt Buttconvention 8 fltssconvention o
convention cnntlon in Rochester er Conner Corn CornI had hadnet s4lust
net I his hi heart har on that tbat honor Twtetj Ty Twatseven
seven Hen deleRate delega will wi represent th the Bio
Assembly 8mbl districts dilrea of Erie Fre In th th the t But Butconvention 8 Stssconvention a
convention convfnton Fitzpatrick Ftzpatrck secured flftew flftewvotes MI ftfteavotes
votes vol and all Conner Conn nine nin Ir Two delegates delegateswould dl delepteswould a awold
would wold not no vote vof and one on was Wi absent
I The Tf delegates dclgt adopted aoPle the th unit rah
but blt Conner Cnn hoot bo at a that tha insisting hallllll unt ni thai thatsuch
I lauc such a thing Is never nvr known In Incrllo a Demo Dtmcratlo
I cratlo crllo convention cnvtntinn Conner says s th thulelegatlon tM tMI thidelagation
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