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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1912.
T T SUFFRAGE PARTY STAGED. AN IRISH ZIONIST. T Welcomes sound.' Inquiry nnd Talks Alionf Pre-Convcn-(Ion Cnmmiiiru. WKXT ItlfOKi: THHKK TI.MKS Sculptor Thinks. He Looks Like Joseph Chiuiil)ei'lnln and Models Him. Sea OmT, .V. .1 , uj: ?7. TV p.iac" of tho PomoM'-Hred r solution million, ing tho .S"iinicoiiiinitii i. flitch N inxv-ti-gating i'.ini)Hile:i ri.t)(lliuri.fi lo t-xti'iid its lii(iilrio to tlio sourn-a from which tlio VArIou President In 1 r.inlld;itos (to their fund for tlio pre?cm ration odiu ralpn of 10IJ ts wclrowd by Gov Wilson 'My position on tli.it lwi been so cx r licit Iroia tho lirU that I can't do any thing i:hc .'.ccpt .,r"iM it." ho ha d to-night. ThoClox-nr wn r.ilctd i! ho carfd tu tny who if lok'Tf. v.oro To tr il-r- u it'll." ho Mid, "I don't I, now myself iTotn in n onera I xx.-iy who hid i-h.i'c" 'r in rntnpdlsti in (lit Vftrioui Stnfo-. "I merely kept nn overMclit of my campaic;n fund Thren time wo hull no fund at nil. Mr. Mc"oml and I wero in coiihlant dwell repinling tlm hotircoi Irum whK'h ftmrti wore td lm uorppted. Wy had a !Vinid.,r.il)!e ofliee foreo In Now Vork and practically all tho motipy wo rpent was for publicity, for distribution if newH throtiR'i th) plot. Wo did not volunteer. Wo Mnt, it out whenever It mhp aled for. Wo did not nt-k papoi to Uf it J hat U exticnHy coctly bui- ll"S "I Know there wero time when Mr McCombs didn't know where tho money was cumins from to pay epenecs on tho next pay d.iy I h,ve no ineini of making nn estimate of the amount of money spent In tlm cjiinpulfiii. I never wiw nt tho Iitv:dquui tero of tin1 oomtnitteo und never faw the thine; that v. ere actually done." "You declined n contribution from Thorn- Y Ky.in. did you not." "I personally did not. Mr. McCombs did, but I ought not to My that because it loaves tho impreion that Mr Hyaii offered money IK- did not. 1 declined to seo Mr Iiyan and Mr MoCombsi de alined to let anybody usk Mr, ltyan lor a contribution " The Governor nvido hi usual visit to Trenton to-d y at.d hocitiso of tho im pression in Knlnnd tlu.t ho be,irs a urong faclil resembWiico to Joi-eph fh turner Itin heimljiultti'd to the artistry of Joseph Krtini, n Kuroi tvm tcul,.tor. Mr. lxru tlni brought hU modelliut; cUv into the evecutivo chamber at the Suit) Houho nod while the Governor ilifcut'eii af fairs with fit.ite offlcl.ils and shook hands with casual visitors u sketch was nu.de of him. Mr.Kntlui, wlio Ins nude bronze busts of President Taft and Col lloosevelt, oxrects to make another of Gov. Wilton '1 he sculptor handed out u bit of "speak lnc as un nrtit" inter. lew, in which he said that Gov. Wil-oti has more "facu character than Col. Koosevelt or Piesi dent Taft. He also coinpnred the linia mentA of the Governor with thom if the former Incident, and said that ihey were different. Uo then tomf.ared tho face cf one to tho plory cf the sun and that tf the other to the glory of the moon, but leh ono to draw independent conclusions as to which was which. The most sericus business the Governor had was to listen (o u petition presented by tho Anti-Saloon League cf New Jcrsev, which i nil wrought up over the way thin Newark is runniiiR down at tho edges. N'oraesof dance halls, muMc halls, sale wis and hotel were presented, with descrip tions calculated to aioiise the Guberna torial ho. Hut the protest of the lenue s delepaiion cenlred chiefly on the uliefted lilockintc of their cfloits to proswuie by .lames It Nugent , City Counsel of Newark, and incidentally tho Democratic boss of that community. Gov. Wilson" informed tlm delegates that he had no powers in the piemt-es and thut tho mot lie could do was to hung tho force of publif opinion to lar on those city and county oftlcials who are saidtoiKiiorithe protests against the non enforcement of tho laws. 'I hose named by the delegation are City Counsel Nugent, Prosecutor Wilbur A. Mott, Sheriff .lohn F. Monahan and Mayor Jacob llniwsling. The Governor asked for copied of the petition and tho letters that have been sept to those ollli uls. lie said to-night that ho would consider them carefully. OMISSION Omission is n synonym for Efficiency. That Is lo say, Efficiency is developed by the absolute omission of all labor and detail which arc not es sential to a proper performance. The methods of the Thomp-son-Slarrctt organization com prehend all that Is necessary to n quick, efficient and economical result, and eliminate all that is unnecessary and inimical to that sort of a result. It is these methods which have jjiven us a reputation for Speed, Quality and Economy second to none in the business. THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPANY D td ng Construction TO THE WHITE HOUSE SI orj Wus Thai Roosevelt, Asked If lie Uml Any Letters Reflcetinc on Him. C.MJLi; 1MTALLS INCIDENT Editor lias Threatened to Pub lisli More Areliliold Correspondence. DISTRICT NOMINATIONS, WANT TO EDUCATE LABOR. rroaremlve I'nrty'a Sprelnl Airal for ampul i;n I'unili. Iliik(nes men have received letters from til I'loKre-slvo iturty nskinv them to con trlbnto JiWi caoli to helji dclray the r.. rues of a cmiipaisii to tech the "averaKe man ilie necessity of a rational proitrainui'? (oierlng tlm lelntluni between cnpltul und labor In this country and the develop incnt of American biisiriej at homo and abmad. ' lh'3 letters ate slimed by ):. H. Hooker, the national tienuier if the Progressive puny, mid ate neuiiunmil'Ml by a circular, with extracts Irum tin' paity s uaiioiwil platiorm on nii'ine, commercial dti.op ment and the timif Ireasnrer llootr Miys that the I'roKicsslvo party Intemis to pat a lartte nimdwr ol speaUers on the road "to advocnte tlie-e ami other constructive feature, of the platform." '1 hof who hellevc In the "sincere enact ment of these proposal into law" at In vited to contribute, turn to pay th e.xpenos of the canipalim reuardless of party adula tions or the purty the subscriber may be In clined to Mipport. Cniullclntcn Clioaen In Cltr and State for ( inre mid l.relalntnre. Fori co.vr.it ess. T.nr Voik. rwenty-fnurth Dliirtct Darton Z lu.iKtnan. i;-p NV Yuri. S'-cond riH'rlct Dtnnls O'Lesry. Iifin Nrv Yorl., Tnonty-rlshth nutrlct Panlel II. PiliT net. : Vt trr (i Tennryrk. tirm nrk lorty.thlr.i District J Smucl lowlfr. )rm rhrk M lHmlllon, lien. . Nru et'.l IlitcntlililMilct- Michael I Conry, Dent . .New York. Slitfcniu t)lf!rlct.-.bram rieod. mm. lif: . Yei!i,Tnfnty-nrtPItrtct Jeromr Hellly, l'niR Niw Yntk. Tiffnty-rtcoud Dlilrtct Henry Pnirl.tifr. Ilrm New Ynrk, Tnenty-thlrd District .Ior rh A CiouUrl). lit in. roil TAT: ?.K.v.iTr:. KIM 2-H-rnnl P.nton Per.) 11 Jncob hli'iilrn. Itrp i: SJimurl It KtiMMllrh, Pep. II- Alrxamtrr .1 l.lnclsey. Itcp II Thomai Hock, Hep; l.iwrcncc J. McUahon. I'rnc. IS-Juhn .1. t)flnc. Rep.: John J. Doylan. Dtm. la- Mw Crccnbrrifr, llcp. 17- Wllllani K llralrJ. Hep. II -.lolin F. Yauer, Hep It) Jelah n. .Ncwcomb, Hep.; Henry Salant. I'm 10 Aumi Doners, Hep :i Murrl S .Ncheclnr. Rep. JI-lleniT Clay lllrvhberc, Pep. I)rle.tn County Marp , Cole, Dem. , UeMche.ter, Thiol DlMrlct- Wllon H. Yard, tlem. Hrst C.ltrlct. Clarence Alex.intter. Urn. Tinea County John i. Pembleton, Hep.; C. O. Seabrinc, Hep. Tnmldnf county -Dr. Minor Hctlanlelt. Dem.. J l l(o. Hep Chen.inc.t C ounty Walter A. Shepardson, Hep (iranire County, Second District Henry Hai loek, Hep l.ewlCoiinty-Humplirey n. Srcura, Hep. New urk, i:ithth Ulitrlct-Ciorgc L Ulns ton. Hep New ork. Ninth l)htrlit-Charlc H. Hufr. Hep .New York, Twenty-sixth DUlrlct Max Sander fleii. New York. Tweniy-feventh DiMrlct - HaymonJ II. Carver. Dem. New York, Scnxld Dlstrtct-Morrl Cohen, Hep t hauiatKiua Count) , Mecomi Dtrlct -William 1.. hoot, Dtm. I 'tin lit; t'om riillnna. Ouren retinty Demncratle ronimlttee nomi nate I-onual Houit for Count) Cltrk, mul Gcorcc Earner tor Mierltr Tinea county Republican nomlnate.l l.eorce r An.lre.v5 (m County Juice nn 1 .surrogate (.oorte U Sweet tor Count) tier an I tratik lleek for DMrti t .Minnie) Tho Tloca county lie-nreraft!rUti itfd (leprire I. An.lreus tor i .unit.' Juice mil .surrovr.ti. former Arniblyman (Ml ,s llraeh lor .nunty t'I'rk an I Murrrvlwr Hobei i V ( Hajvtt for DMrlct Altorne) 'tienanm county Itepuhllciin committee niau the folloulii7 uomlnatlonr Special countv Jujce, John H. Hlrk of or wlch. .Sl.erllf. Charles .s llolco-.ib of Pljirouth Count)' Clerk, rred A Ame-. Xnmtrlt, .sjperln tcnilrnt of Poor. Frank J. yulnti of Prcnron, Coroner..! M Crumb of cltsrlli' Cayuza county Democrat to-day nmnlrateil th-ee ibleitatrs oppopd to Murpnv In .State contention ilclccatluii. They aic lliopias Mott Ofhonie of tuburr.. Jerry Mumy of Nile and Daniel larrcll of Monteruma A retolutlon en ilnrun Co DU wa. nti tltuled b) i tip atnek Itu' Murpny control, whlrh raid In pari Ut call upi.n all Deitunfat to rpe nirnl'i-i the cu,TUpt nomination now In control of the pt riy oriranliu linn and to free the parly from r irtlonar) cle n.cntsasdld the Ilaltlnicre contention " IJIcctnr Clic.ipn. The Procrelvff parly In Rrooklyn ha d'slc n.neil the fnllowlne n the ProldeutUI elei mr tnthevarlou dMrlcm TlilradM.-lcl.utlo Ichc: l-ourth. Jacob iddeir Mftn. (iirdluer I) Mat thew., sixth, IMwnril W Allot: setenn, John T llutenirreiii Klcntli, J. Lott Noitr.mtl, und Tenth. I red D. Condll. MUST SHOW SOURCE OF CASH. BRANDEIS OUT FOR WILSON. Iloaton Latrrer Mm a Itrpnlillcnn for Many Yean, Louis D. Branded, the Hoston lawyer, who for many yearn been u Republi can, will support Wilson this year. A btato niont from him was given out last night at tho Wilson headquarters which said, rrocresidves should eupport Wilson not only In order to uoouro hi election but la order to enable him after eloctlon lo carry out thoo proitreMlvn pollclet which lie has to much nt heart The Democratic purty has purified iUolf and has been inired of Its HftsoclatloiiH fo far an It N iioslbln to .iccoinpilsli lhl and by the action of a na tional convention. Hut tho Htnurclu of privilego for privllcuo la iinendlnt- and omnlpreKent. That utriiKBle In an subtle, as it Is determined. Tho struifclo will not close when Wlhon Is elected, VOTE ON COMMISSION TO-DAY. ,Vrtt Orlcanv Will Hrelcle' on Thai form of Cltr Hnlr. JEtr OribCASH. nc. SupporteiH and opponents of the proposed adoption of the commission plan of government for Now Orleans closed their cnmpalrm to-dav The question will bo decided at a special election to-morrow. The measure provides for tho administra tion of city nflalrs by five comtnUslpner". The recall feature Is cared for In a Klate measure, the referendum und initiative features belnK subject to a petition of yi pant. of tho reKblorcd voters. I'rnnsj I vnnla Primaries i nilrr t'uort Inxrallitallnn, l'lTTSliUHO. Aug. 27. -Ill tho firet day's hennnn of the nlleKcii briliei-j- of voters in Beaver county at tho April primary United State Marslml K. II, l'orter ad mitted that hn hatl violated tho corrupt pructict act in flint ho failod to xhow in Ids cifienpe uccount tho names of thonn to whom ho cavo money for election pui DOhOH. l'orter N ireawiror of the He.-.vcr county regular Hepi'blUsiu oixamz-ition. Porter iiilniitted itl-n that he had do slroytMl all detailed data of hi election t'.xiietiM- "Incc he filed lu account in April. in t.Aioaiiaiiun v.um nun no ji;ni nuiHIletl xvith the lecords mid niw no renson for preserviiiR them. Judee it. S. Holt is conductlnc an Inv,.-. tltcauon of l he charKtM that hundreds of voters in tho county wero bouuht at tho polls with a bU fund raised through tho Stute ciiinriiltteo and the liquor dealers of iK.-iver county. Aioi o tlio votem in tho county have been subpluenuerl. TAXI LICENSES E.SY TO GET.. Application., c.rnuled XVIthoat In x eatluallnii, John Diennan, chief Inspector ot ta.xlcabf, testifying yesterday before the commlttoo appointed by the Hoard of Aldermen to InvestU'.tte taxlcab condi tions Kenerally and to suggest regula tloiih for the Improvement of the Uixl cab tralllc, told Aldermun Wlllard, tho chairman of tho committee, that under existing provisions of tho law when an applicant aHkB for a llccn?o to drive a tuxlcab It was granted us a mutter of courro. "When un application Is made," Mr. IJrcnnan paid, "tho man npplylng has a blank form to fill out. There are spaces for tho Insertion of the name, address, presont employment, the names of present nnd previous employers and other matters of detail. To this ap plication three endorsements must be Kccured." "Do you mako nn Investigation to determine tho character of tho ap plicants?" ashed Alderman YVIllard. "N'o," w.m tlio answer. "Do you make nn Investigation to as certain whether or not appllcanta havo been convicted of crime?" "No." "Uo you make nn 'investigation lo determine whether applicants use liquor, und If rn to what extent?" "No." Mr. Drennan explained that his bureau has no facilities to conduct such IntcNtlgatlons. Yellow nnd While Scene for Wo men's Week al llnmmerstelna. Tho Woman Sultrsco parly announced yesterday that Its stunt for the opening night of auffruRo week nt the llammerateln Theatre Is all arranged Monday after noon and ovcnlntt tho members propose to do the organization proud, 1 he curtain III rise on a sceno thowinK the party colors, yellow and white. For a background will be used I ho Vanner Ith six stars. Indicating thn enfranchised States, nnd on either side drops, one descriptive of tho orauiilzatlon of tho party In ItioO and the other descrlp tlto of Its prewnt Importance Instead of the ordinary sIhbo beauties thn front row will be compoed ol committees, each of which will b headed by a captain. T lit marshal or tho captains Is Mrs. A. C hushston and thn capialns ol Hie com. mniees are jtn hiillierinnd, .xirs i ruit'i titration. Mrs. William Vulley. Mrs, Hank Keep, Miss t lorenco It Inif, tlio Misses Johns- tone anu airs nate i ousey .Morris, .xstne ., ,,. . , , , ., curtain rles they will tile clown from the Many politicians nro Interested in the middle ol tho slaae mm take ilielr td.ii.es announcement of William It. Hearst that ' throughout tho theatre. A croup of voting I In tho October number of ono of Ids maa. fijffl. 'TU ;:1rVv',bnne'hVsTf lildeT zlnes ho Is to print additional chapters of 1 rod, golden glow, yellow and white ehrysnn- thn .Intm D irehhcM crrnomlennn , tnnnuine and other (lowers of Ihc ornnnlta tno jorui u. Aniihoin correspotiaenco tl01, lhA omfcrs nt members to various United Stales Senators and others. Tho was h plain Intimation In Mr. H cam's cable from London, printed in Tin; Serf last Monday morning, of new features of this correspondence which may bo of personal Interest to ex-President ltooaovelt These politician! xvho have retentive memories recalled that in tho Guber natorial campaign of Its) Ix-tweon Mr. Hearst and Oov Hughes President Hoose-x-elt sent Senator Hoot, then hla Secretary of the tqual Jranehlso' will alto be there in nice, tnelr color. Ihoe who will have speaking parts In clude Mrs, .lames l.ces l.aldlow, who will presldo and will tell of the growth of the party Another speaker be Miss 1-a Vnllette. who l coming all the way from I'consln for the occasion After they hate had their say the officers and leader bearing her banner will head a proceslonsl Irom tho Mace down thiough tht audience, during which members In the audience will wato hanners i he entire force ol suffrage representation will then proceed to the sidewalk, where a street meeting will he held, '1 he outdoor spent ers win DC .xirs. f C...,- . I!.. . .!, 1, !'."! "''"'. Iieaince r urorK-iioi erj-OIl uidic, .u .no. n, imiiin a naie. .tirs. neien iioy-urecicy ana Airs. support oi iiucnesanaot most pronounced i .'inrie .riniio nowc. OHIO CANDIDATES RESTLESS. .Some ttrpnhltcan Xol Itenily i He clarr fur Taft. opposition to Hearst. In that speech Mr, Hoot asserted that ho was directed by President Hoosevclt to charge distinctly that Mr. Hearst and his newspapers wero more reponslblo for tho assassination of j president .Mclxlniey tnan any agents or rouiinfs. rhlo, Aug !7- John I, Stilll- factors in tho country. j van, Hepuhllenii candidate for Secretary Within two years, howexer. In tho of State, to-day served notice indirectly Prosidenthl campiign of IMS, Mr. Hearst i that he mUht get off the ticket If ho secured licgantoprinthisArclilioldlettcrs.andthe a nomination from the Progressives. Ifo first chapters wero directed against aid Plainly that If he could cet the nomliia- t! ,,, t,',..,i,-. ,.i rw.i,. ci..i.r. c, ' "on he would take It. and left It to be in- 8ona or K raker of Ohio. .Shortly after . fcrrC(, ,hl)l hf no, , Mr. Hearst lg.m to toad these letters present nomination as well Mr Millltan's in public speeches or to print them in his statement was hrought out by ( lulrman Datigiierty s demand tnnt cot'nty party nows,ior President Koosevelt invited Mr. I lea ret to call on him at tlio Whito Hotiso. Mr. Hearst complied xvith this request and from that day to this tho deepest mystery and tho most profound secrecy i, ..... ...,.. n,.. i .,.,.....,,.... i... nt Mr HnnsnvoltV i,.miei i.f Mr Heirut I pointed letter from the liepiitillcin or aniza ?. . o, J- if- ! i ,,,i ,U ,, J. ,. ilinn'"' amlll n county, of whl. h- Inrltinall n n-quest niade by a J'resiuent to it nun (, Uw county -ent Mr Patuh.Tly Is told wriom lie liad piiimciy cliarged witii ix-lng that the pool lo of t Inclunitl thin they respousiblo for tho ass.ifinatloit of hisll.nott t.ieir ultuutlou and con lit Ions belter organization and wtate candidates declare themsepes at once lor alt Most or the State Candida o tnlo the same position us Mr. Sullivan, although they haven't Issued public statements to thntenVct. nairman imitgneriy na received a nrcdocos-sor in tho White House. Kvery odort to obtain tho facts of that interview liotween Mr. Koosevelt and Mr. Hearst has failed. Mr Koosevelt has not spoken of its real purpoee and neither has Mr. Hearst. Tho nearest version (lossiblo at tho tltnoandslno'titwiiy thees'two men cinie together In tho middlx of the Taft than he does, i urllier he i informed that while tlm loyally or thn i.antilloii county committee is not ui'estloneil, the Kepiihlf nun there recognize the authority of no one to force members off Ihc coniiiiltteo should any lavor Itoosetelt In u piitdle statement Mr Daugherty declares that the law will forbid any iitridi- unte nt ving rus name npi'enr on two tic ets on of Hrln Leaxes Ilia Property to Jertisb Society. One of the most Inlereillng things at the recent convention of the Federation of American Zionists, say the Amtrican Htbrttr, was th announcement by Maurice h, Avner, of I'lttsbur of Ihe final settle ment of the estate of William Nixon, who died In Dublin, Ireland, In I0OA, leaving the rcaldue of his estate to "The Zlon Society of the buffering Jews of Russia of New Vork city. United States." William Nixon was engaged In the fur nishing and clothing business in Beaver Falls, Pa., In tsar. His competitor were Jews, but between them and Nixon there existed strong friendships. Nixon be came Involved with bis Christian creditors and whs on tho verge of losing his hit of savings Ho confided his troubles to his Jewish competitors. They secured credit for him from cortaln out of town Jewish mercantile houses and he was thus saved from bankruptcy. Ills business thereafter prospered. Ills friends being Inteested in tho Zionist movement, Nixon would como frequently to Zionist meetings and listened to dl'cutslons that evoked his lively Interest In the efforts of tho Jewish people to re establish their nationality In Palestine, lis was an Irish nationalist with strong convictions and readily appreciated tho value of such a movement as Zionism for the Jewish people. Nixon retired from butlnest with 14,000 In cash in one of the local bank. While In Dublin he was taken sick ant passed away in the Adelaide Hospital In 1005 A will was found, drawn shortly before his death. After making several bequests to Intimate friends. It provided. "I give, devise nnd bequeath to the Zlon Society of the poor suffering Jews of New York city, fnlted States, tho balance of my estate after the pnxment of my debts and testamentary expenses." 'then began a period of litigation con ducted on both sides of the Atlantic, In tho Dublin courts and In the Pennsylvania courts of Pittsburg. Maurice L. Avner represented the rederatlon of American Zionists, for whom ho claimed the residue of the estate. 1ho first victory won was when tho Pennsylvania courts decided that tho lederatlon of American Zionists was the proper residuary legatee designated and Intended by the deccasd. The most serlou- dispute) was to determine whether the estate should be distributed In Penn sylvania or In Ireland, 'Ihe Pennsylvania court nssumcd Jurisdiction, being In posses sion of the runds, and early in 1012 awarded tlio residue of tho estate, 11.321.S9, to the f deration. A check for this amount was turned over to tho lederatlon's annual convention by Mr. Avner. WESTERN FAVORITE BLOWS. cliiiitviinn for tho i'loMdendv has f-.n ,' th a. It i believed, ho will be supported by given by , of M, Til "i&tV T f rl-nds ' '";"' M-toi.nuM who was asked for an interpi elation of xtxttt,t tx xitttt txti ottxt tho visit almost immediately afli-r it was REDFlELD WILL NOT RUN. made. Mr. Htuit'H friend replied. , .ti . . . . , I r"1 ' .'?,;;'1 llrmocrtU- ConM-rrs.mnn Named lit itirt iiivi inn niiu" ttj a ivniuritu i Koosevelt invited him to como to tho, Whito House Neither did the President i nt first disclose, xvhv he desins:! Mr Hearst I to visit him. The two men hud K-en bitterlv antagonistic Mr. Itoosetelt groetit't Mr. Hearst very pleasantly and In Cn I iter's District Wll hilrnxsru. Congressman William (' Hedfleld ol Hrmiklyn yeterd y declined to run lor toiuriesH In the Hlxth district in which he was recently designated as tho candidate began a running com crsrttlon on general uml of which he Is a resident. Mr Ped- topics. Mr. Hearst clearly untlerslooti field desired to lie shifted to the I'.lirhlh, but that the President could not b.ive invited the Assembly district leaders, who control him to go to tlio Whim House to discuss this Congress district, turned him down general and purposeless topics So when an, designated Daniel .1 (.rlfiln ns the can tho i're-ideiit hod liilsliKl. or apparently ; ,Ul(tH Mon.lay uight. had hnishisl. talKing Pi. theeo Keneral i u, cfnifercnce yesterday with John mutters, Mr Hearst intimated to the,,, ,,.... th. , i.j'. !l ,,' President that ho would like to know the ' . l , ,h; ru,m ' lon.d"l',r '", u real reason, the real motive, tho real 11 ' J ?avo iele,lrr, '"' i,a,ir f1" l? purpoee of xvhv the President desired to,10'- Jj'e" f- B-ll. chairman of t ho. hlxth se' him " (emigres district committee. He ex- direct Hi liscus-.sl with Mr Hearst i ,n a npubUt-aii maloiltv or over I1..V the Archbold cotre-)oiidenc. w itli rx-nator n,t thm i was not consulted when the Kor.tkor nnd directly ej-lied Mr. Hearst district tv.is laid out He writes that bis if he laid any coitveponu'no", Archhold valued Itiend. William M ( al.lnr. Is the or otherwise, which affected litrn, Presi- Hep.iblleiin eandlJa'.. In the Mxlh und that dent IlooM-telt. personally Mr Hnri , Jv replied that he had no letters of the nature tt.KRJl'Vm Alois"'.!5 Keogh will described by tho Picsitlent thi.t he in- now be designated as the congress candl tended to print at that time " date In the Sixth district 'I here is no Tho foregoing explanation of Mr dearth of can.ll Jates. w ho include John li. Hearst's visit to President Koosevelt in Kistmond. Holjert H Itoy. (ieorgo W. tho White House in tin. summer or Itls, 'b.rtlti and Walter f.. inrrier. . Is known to a few intimates in tho Hearst tf ..- ..1(1 ........ I. .. i . . camp and In Democratic and K.'pulillcan t.gnatlon in the lenth district, of which national circles, and for that reason thero he Is not a resident, although he was much win considerable speculation yesterday as to the character or tlio letters .xir lir.irat is to print in the October number of Ids magazine. LATEST LIFE SAVING IDEAS. Dr. XV. II. Tolman llrlllK Boats, llnfta and Other Nerr Drvlers. Dr. William H. Tolman, director of .ho An.erlcan Museum of Safety nt 29 West Thirty-ninth street, returned from Kurope on tho Holland-America liner Noordam yesterday with n collection of articles representing the latest Ideas In life savins appirntus. Among these were forty-two bonis, rafts nnd other things Intended for saving life nt sen, bought from a fund given by Judge H. II. Oary nfter tho Titanic disaster. Dr. Tolman also brought In a number of xv.it models sl-owltig the effects of various diseases peculiar to the work men In various Industries nnd samples of xvoods used In nblnet work which havo been found to contain poison nnd to cuuso disease. Honey Melody Only n Shailim. In the main event of the all star show at the Hoytdo A. C. In Ilrooklyn last night Terry Mitchell outpointed Honey Melody In ten rounds. Mitchell had the better of set en of tho, ten rounds nnd had the oldtlmer all In when the final gong sounded. In the semi. final bout of ten rounds Willie Jones of Brooklyn fought a draw with Al Dalmont of Bos ton. Young riolsbeig stopped Charley Young In the eighth round of the opening bout. disappointed that he did not get it in his own district. Worth ShntTs I.ttltr of Name'e lluullty and finishes Second. HAtnE in: OS hack, Md., Aug 27. The wholesale scratching In the two principal events on to-day' card wrecked what prombed a good day's sport. The feature event furnished an upset In the defeat of the tophejxy favorite Worth. This was the Western crack's first appearance on an Kast rn course and Ids showing was anything but meritorious, for after racing with the leader for half a mile ho retired and Light of My I.lfe won breezing at the end. Thete were only two starters In the fourth etent, which turned out to be a Gift for Sandhill. The summaries: I'lrnt Pare Two year olJuj telling; five furlnnro Gnnlle. 103 Hyrne), S to I, Won; c'spt nillntt. 103 (fhulttiiKcrl. in ft for Place. hcmiI, Chilton King. 106 (.Mx), : to 1 tn show, third. Tlnit l;o:. Llnhrook. Insurance Mutt, !toburg IV,. Ittpentsnt, llrLsh. Pslrv ctdmother. Kitty flrnh. M.xmms Juhnton, Mary Ann K. and Chiller ui. i r.in. Second Hire Selling; mares three years oM ;iml up, mile and seventy yardi! rtonnle i:iolnf. 10 (K.nrnerl. 7 to 5, won: Chryaets, 102 (Kcritusoni, 1 tn 2 for place, second; Murlsn rasey, 101 (Ot.issl, 8 to I to show, third. Time 1:4. Crania, Affable, Taboo und lt.xy 1 1 IT aleo ran. Third llnee Handicap fnr all ages; six furlonss: I.U-IH ' .My Life. 104 iTurnerl. 11 to 5. won. Worth, 120 (Shilllngl. out for Place, second i i oi. timmway. us (XVolfel. : to 6 to Mhow, third. Time 1:11, Donald He D'irixld alo ran Kourth Itace- .Pelllnc: four year oil. n4 up, mile und an elclith: Sandhill. ICS (Mc t'aheyi. 1 to 3. wan. Ao. lox (Oro), out for place. Two starters. Time 1:6. l'lfth llace sei'ing. three year olrtt; mile and u sixteenth Wur Horn, 11: (Hyrne), 7 tn 2. won. Nonpareil. 110 (Koernerl, S to 2 for place, second, tiatee. lor. tcllassl, out to rhow, third. Time int. Don Carran, Ca liph and Hempstead nlso ran, Sixth Hace Maiden three year olds and un. mll and seventy ards- Vellowr Eyee. 107 iDlgglnai, 11 to 5, won, llxllymena, 101 (Klrschbauml. I to 5 for pluce. nccotid: Ac cord, 110 (Koernerl. 1 In J to hov, third. Time 1:17 Vlsnrous, Sickle, Judge XValaer, Absconder and Adolante alvj ran. rjsrnefs-UDholstery 0 , i wi j wws . j a Special Sale 300 Oriental Rugs i 35 to 50 per cent Under Regular Prices Small Sizes. viuei jjs-m to $3500 15.00 Large Sizes. Vaiue1S173.ootot125.oo 110.00 to 145.00 x Higher grades and extra fine pieces In proportion. I NOTE RUGS : BOUGHT AT THIS 8ALE WILL BE STORED 2 FREE OF CHARGE TILL NEEDED IN THE FALL. j ? 1 Aid far Mother of Six. The fsu.v rn'.aW.d a cheek for t from a Mr. J. A. O'NIell ror Mrs. Annlo Reld. 42 Hunry ntret, ynnterday, Tho contribution ttns occl mrd by an article on the lira pace of The sl-k on Mi nday, Auaiut :a. whl h told how Mra. Rld with her tx tmall children, the younaeet of whom wai born on tun Fourth of Julv, hi waited oul'lrie the Oouverneur Hoaolt.l, where her bus. 1 a I liae been nn Inmate for four week un txy nlrht a. ntiree told her that there wa i no hope of hie recovery. Acme XVhei-lmen Arranse Meet, Pclham I'arkwny will frame a busy rceno on I.aUir Day, tthen tho Acme Wheelmen conduct a eorlce of four bicycle race open to nil umnteurB. Tho events nro one lap, tcrntrh; ilvo lap, handicap; ten lap, mien and out, and rlvn lap con aolatlon, Tho prizes are bicycles, gold, silver ami brnnzo medals and cycle ac reH'orles A rllver IuvIiik oup goes to the club tiukliiB lliu InrKeM number of en tries The lists close to-nlKht with Ud tvnrd O. Sillane, 2tS Cast 119th street. Voter Colt Finishes Third. London, Autr, S7. II r. Vbltncy'tt rlicstnut roll Mlranilehl, by Voter out of Ituniilntr Fleenm. tlnlsh'd third to-day In Ilie ITIO'C if At ,l ,,ie fur iH'oseill old' nt tin Jwl Atifjuict lil'.i'tuis BBBBBBBBBBBBaaaaw a a aai aaiai (ImyortMi la DolUsi Ualr) When you require a PURE GIN for mtdicsl purpose, or wnt the best Cock tail, Fit or Rickey, don't forget to uk for Gilbey's London Dry ror Male hf .... Ackar. M.rrall at tondlt C, , ht.i.. A n.. Win. i rawer. As.oclatlea, mm mil iklh.rlaaB eaf.s and wla. merthast.. iaatVY- -- a The Oak and Walnut of Olden Days THE patrician dignity and stateliness which distin guish the Roomsofthe old English Manor Houses may be brought into the modern home by adiscreet selection of its Furniture. FromamongourReproductions of English Oak and Walnut of the 1 7th Century may be chosen the long Jacobean Study Table and the imposing high-backed Chairs of Oak or the latticed China Cab inet of Walnut, each one of which will give a touch of old world ex pression to the whole Room. af f rurnimre uc w . Himarrv R c o . r o tCX t o JL J 34 and 36 West 32c! Street Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway New York HAMPTON SHOPS 2S. Altmatt $c MEN'S AND WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS FOR A SPECIAL SALE THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), WILL CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING. WHICH ARE EX CEP TIONAL VALUES: MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS LINEN. INITIALED . . , AT $1.90 PER DOZEN PLAIN LINEN, HEMSTITCHED. AT $2.00 & $2.65 PER DOZEN WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS LINEN. INITIALED AT $1.00 & $2.00 PER DOZEN PLAIN LINEN. HEMSTITCHED AT $1.10 PER DOZEN SHAMROCK LAWN. EMBROIDERED AT $1 .50 PER DOZEN JFtfHj Atmuit, 341Ij atti. 35ttj Sixtttt, Sfan orJu Next Sunday's Sun Recovering China's Sacred Book How William Grant Morris found it in an old well in Pekin wrapped in American army blankets and dug it out under a military guard while a mob jeered and threatened. The Gun Men of New York True stories of the murderous wars and cold blooded killings of New York's notorious East Side gangs vividly told by Alfred Henry Lewis. Great Upheaval Coming in England Francis Neilson, M. P., describes the move ment that is sweeping Great Britain in an effort to improve living conditions. Villages Raided by Crocodiles Caspar Whitney's amazing 'experiences m crossing the great cataracts of the Orinoco, where hosts of crocodiles abound. Neglecting Our Air Battleships Walter Wellrnan tells how a well-equipped fighting flier could cripple the biggest war vessel that floats. ..HV.MI