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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915.
PROGRESSIVES FAIL I TO 0. K. C0RR1GAN, BUT MAY LATER Arti"M N TikH Bi' He- lection f CoL Boom volts Advice. BARNES FIGHTS TO KEEP LEG I SLA TORS' PA Y DOWN jm II DKPEXD8 ON HAT TAMMANY DOW Effort to Raise Salaries and Expenses Defeated in Con vention Reapportionment on Federal Census Basis Favored. Co: tin: rlra 1 of N' edc mi"" Rtf rToc (JM ThrodoN Roosevelt of Nassau hnpe M aft it rati .tnseph B. Cor- ,. elected Instrtct Attorney Vork county, with full knowi- ' this fact the executive com. of h PrOgfeaal rounly iflin indorsed laM night a "strniKht John .1 i I't'onnell. fir I'ls- ,--.-. i ll s WlMlglg Hal- alao these mrt Will Ml Albany. Auk 2- -William Hnrnes led the flarht In the convention tn seen the salaries of the State iMlMon and Aa MmblJIIIMII at $1,500 tid allowing Ihrm their actual rallroail fare between Al bany and their homes ami return once a week, not Including- a Pullman ticket and meal on th train. I The convention has discussed thla ! question on two different ix-cAslons, and I when It -a laat considered It was de 1 terminer! that the salary should be : $2. .SOU, with weekly train exnensea al I lowed It wii thouirh: that travelling- cacneca mlfrht Include much more than I railroad fare, and It wa finally decided ' to-duy to limit the expenses allowed to ii4-tual railroad fare in order to make abuse Impossible In the amendment reported by the com mittee on legislative ol eranlsntlon to day thla provision la charmed to pro vide that New York city a at present constituted ahall not have more than half the Senate mrrjbershtp. thu mak ing the limitation apply to five instead of two counties, and to that extent making It operate more hnrshly against the Cltjr'fJ representation at Albany Mli.t It rash Work. MURPHY LEANS TO WIGWAM HARMONY Eye on 1917 Mnkos Him AtfaiiiNt Straight Tniniimn.v Ticket in Fall. NEW NAMES FOR SHERIFF MONTREAL RECEIYER i PIRATE WITH SQUEAKY 1 N. Y. PRISON CENSUS A LEGISLATIVE CASE VOICE MADE CAPTIVE Business Men Told That Pre mier and Cabinet Cannot Appoint One. THE CITY'S Rio DEFICIT 1 - ear-old Buccaneer Trapped by Tones After Series of Small Change Crimes. SHOWS LARGE GROWTH Increase of Tnmates In Plfi Years Is 1.037 City Prisons Lead. pn rrogreaaiv e, no I An efforl wax made to have adopted i- :i i-iriu.riiniKi- mini-.. MiuMit X tiir I .e s.ll- .1.. , . . I'..nrl Will- I.. ....... ,. n.i.. Hothkies. .lam.s J raajwaw I sarj hi inmi uui m .iru uur,,, 3. kvii H tad W John gatm the C h Out of ' , tk.r mT it ' dri w rtgan Holdcn Weeks, l'roirrceslves. and j . larke. Hcpum.can, ana . ;-. . nhiium. lvmorrst, and for I) Court, Micha.-I Schsap. PfUfllMI- I! does thla mean, however. immlttc rejected the advice oesvelt a conveyed to them eral m.-mtirrs. "n the contrary. , . ,.r llkilihood that if, Tarn M isrlstrate CMfBM didati the crgrr shiv e will with l tVConnatl and substitute Oor . niMie Oil the ticket. on Tammsinr. r.9 to Ttie committee on legislative organl xatlon rejvirted an amendment provid ing that the next legislature shall make the. legislative r apoitionmciit b-a.el upon the State censua taken this year, and thai the api-ortlonmenl then made shall not l changed until Merc after apportionments will le pMtd Upon the Fedenil enumeration In this State as the taking of State census In the future Is to be ahandoned. a.s it costs about $500.1100 and possesses no ad va Mages ivvt found in the Federal cen. sua. i The Mymcn Orpellds If Ti i ' does not name Corrigan ., . , , other man acetptaMa :o the Prosr-'SMves. the lttar mty k ep Oi on-, s,nntois nail m the campaign to ijy end s mi lsrl. if T mmany a -p-s Bl BUI Kd wsr! for nherllf, or some other man mn ... , r ngraaalvea '.ike. the speo.a 4a ol m- Hatpin withdrawing and the -s "used w.th Tammany aner lim Number of Members. to.mt-r of Senators ana as, in to ami Pro- may be presented to the she pnmariei wjter-" The Bupreme four: slate As tute, I aln Th re Is ItlU at a ri oimiltri Indoraemers Cton-nce J. Bhearn. There is may be a chance fur Jutl.e ilo g osm d-d.-.- n TIM Bn in t.je pi Kea, the ilxth place on the ticket having ben left pen list inch: Moat o: tn.- aomm'.ttM'i htdoreementa ni be reira'del for the nrff-ri is fillers in. Tin Progressives tr- still waiting remain M at pnsent. .1 in Assemblymen. ini apportionment rules In me pi 1 CotlOtHUtlon remain unchanged in the I new ameraiment. 1 m . ....t ins Just taken gue-ns county will have two Senators Instead of one. K nas tune instead of e'ght. New V. rk nine, and The Hron'x thiee. ItlMN two counties to ...hr now having tw.lve Senator.-. Ilichmond nd Uockland Senator Olntly as at pr will have twenlyllve kimb twenty-four. Th.- rive, .ii.'i i' and II have a ant. New Assembly men. Bronx eight. chmon.l one at 1 pos- ih.- pri ent Now York R publican leader Wiokersham notl- fle.d the delegatea to-day that the con vention must complete lit work by a week from Saturday, to give the revision committee a week to put the revised 1 Constitution In shape and that Friday and Saturday of this week will he full session days. He warned thr deb-gate that the sergeant-at-arms will be sent after them if they leave the city The Constitutional Convention re versed Itself again to-lay when It de cided that the short ballot and Tanner Slate government reorganisation plan should be considered as a special order to-morrow, Saturduv and Momiay. with an understanding that a vote upon the I (,m general proposrtlon should not be had before all the delegates reached Al bany on Mmday A motion to this effect was defate,J last night An effort wis made at a conference of the Iemocratlc delegates to secure a concert of action upon a substitute short ballot and State department re OTgMllMtlon plan but with no success Morgan J. O'Riien pointed out that It looked too much like injecting politic! Into the delllieratlons of the convention, notwithstanding the suggestion that if the Hemocrats had a plan of their own to vote for titer were enough Uepubli cans who oppoaa the Tanner plan to prevent a majority of II vies for It to sc. lire its paseaKc by the convention It is expected that such Democrats a( Morgan J. tVHrlen, He Lancey Ntcoll. Jpdga Dykraan and John IS. Stanch- vid will support the Tanner plan, but that AsaeiriKym n Smith. Senator Wag ner and other delegate will get behind a ubali-,ute article. There were Indications yesterday In connection with tnlk of candidates for Sheriff at Tammany Hall that rharleH F. Murphy Is doing his beat to frame I a slate of candidates who ran get the I full Democratic vote In and out of I Tammany and who In his opinion will 1 be sure to win. In a sense he has Joined the Derm cratlr "hannonliere." He wants to ; the organlxation achieve a smashing victory this fall and bullet itseir up .01 UM l-resldentlul campaign next year un.l the Mayoralty light of 1!17. There are those who believe that Mr. Murphy, now j Mfty-slx years old. will step out of the leadership after 117 If he can succeed In carrying the cliy in the next Mayor alty contest. He has said that he will I never quit when things are going against which nay the Den.. In mum Re par - re' nan Act tti to v r.: ind napubucana jump behalf of Magistrate Cornsai: a ! friend of the Magistrate and Col 1, Cambridge uvtrngMM, law Wail atrcat, enltad on the -oio. . the eirneag of :be MetrgpaHWig tint yeaterday. . rdlnl 10 a raporl o' the interview uueei ..... . . .. .1 ..f VTV-TO'.li - S.IM iw... .w.-. --- , ki. panraientatlon fOI citv being alxty-inree Kh S.UM) ll to get an s. ,n. - man as ... p. -sen. before the remainder of the Uaembtymeri ;re dto u dimen among the counties I'lldj - ' IvtneW p. DorUonmeni Broom county win g.i.n L . .. -e Hrons four. Richmond e uueVis one and BehenecUd) one w!'ieu; , .. will . I 1' l ic an .'e . 1 v ... vl win lose six. acooroing th.v Atl no' r rut ; si later. Mi BOOOeVOM explained UvtngatOn that .t did not wish rfrre in New Vork city matters .i his belief that the District should in- taken o-.n of ' attogethor and that aa he ithe 1 . w is a resident of X issau so .lid ..t .. t" m.x in matters her He toll Mi Livingston that although it c Im ....' -It- for him to declare for rv particular man . hoped thai Which ' . ejrty WOO Otn man 'f 'he stand-lr-r . :t and repUtaUOQ of Judge Cor- vvo ild is- elect d -:,-u.i .ini Met Vurs. to the new cem-us figures 1 jr.'Vls.on in v.- i" thai New Tl I and K' igs have WO!l mar, iron uf tin- (Hat Senate. Th.r. I Conotltutl Miuntv shall not of th.- mambarahlp ranni-r Plan seems ,afe. The Demo, rat Will hold anothei con fen -ice tO-mOrrOW, but nothing la ex pected :o come of It. and the adoption 01 th.- Tanner plan b) the convention seenis certain since ComptrOtlOf Travis WLili.lrevv his opposition to it Tite convfiitlcn ndvau.vd to the order o. Anal paaaage the Blauvoll amendmenl auU i ling iht state fcllghWa) Oom mlai .... -,, gpend toward the completion of Stat notes a suiplus of ll.ftO.tOO 01' State approprtntlOM artolng 'n mne-t.-eii countle ftl th State roads In those cOtintKM aie fin. shed This sur clue cannot be utilized MCOpI throuuh a . onstitutlonal amendm. nt and the Blauvelt propoaal permits the State H way Comml oner to till .n gaps on Slate routes With ihts surplu. SMOKERS A PERIL TO JERSEY MOSQUITOES CAUSE A $2,000 SUIT rte- . Talk of Moss slopped. Th. Pr-igrlv leaders In thla county have known for several days of the Co! : leaning toward his friend. Magistrate Corrlgavn. His mdorseenonl of Judge i 'orrigan was discussed at the meet . I,. si night, but the strateg'sts h .... heal not t" Mm out for the . indldacy until they were sure lhal I" WOUld be Tammany' choice. It his been ilie tall; that Judge Kdward ,- n was b ailing Judge ( 'orrigan In Timmai . The ePe.-t of the lioosevelt h for Cotrigan upon the Tammany late ina'.ers remains to be seen. There as much talk of Frank Moss rd ..ther outside candidate In laat r ghl - ting until a re, lution that Only Progreaoiv should be ronldered , Attorney and Sheriff wa passed mill only one negative vote. V - .i, nie 1 .11; Mr O-'ConnolV who w-i- andldat for Supreme Court last ftar, -aid : ' ourt If the Interests of the er: - require change In the slate 1 bve no 'Ion!.' tint the mm now on the lata w II willingly tep off We have from KepTrmber to September 13 to ,..-. 1 make ubtltutlol Fvery man lodged to run. but the part) f.-els th t the interests of the pa i nc first, personally I think we w" iee . fusion movement started within twenty-four hours" HIS PHOTO A DRINX CURE. Mlasnarlaa'a Basitagroel iiet to Remlwd film of Ills hame. Kansas i'itv. Mo. Aug. 1!. James Meff - gol ng to stay on the water Wit r aft.-- ( looking at hie own p' - i-'i whenever he feels a thirst f"' Ii'iuor. in ippared in court with half 1' ' . head shaved and bat-dnged. He d 1 remember how he rt colvod the ll fui . - which caused surgeons to leave , I 01 that condition. All that he V- a - hi had become Intoxicated for thi '.-.! 1, aie in two y aars. Oet your picture taken In that re ralla ind look at it whenever you wn- t idvlaad Judge Welch "I be- One Hcnsoii Why Board of Elections Will Experiment With Ten Only. Extermination Commltaloner Aceuaed of Ruining Park hv Cutting Trees. Two new possible candidate tor nuer Iff were talked of In Tammany circles yesterday One Is Joseph J Met'ormlck. a boyhood friend of Murphy. The ot!r ii, luted Stales Marshal Thomas Hot arth . Th.. district leaders who resent idea of Tammany accepting Big Bill Bd wards as Its oaUrdidate have ben urging Mr. Muridiy and th other inaideis IU oil on a district leader instead Thi I have insisted that Mil Democrat! arc sure to win. 110 matter w ho is num. d. and that the Job tllOUUI go OP Ol IB in.n who has fougin the organisation' batlle on the tiring line ll is understood, howevti. tiiat th ir p.eaa nave- had 110 aff-.: Tuer.- is a strong belief among tin shrewder mem bei! of the Tainman) controlling sioup thai trn? p. oib- 'lie. .leleat I!) end -d.ue so nose to trie organization uf a drstr.ct U-ader Thi retort so n- ol i". nnll'Mward men are searching lor .1 candidate out side their oVa Tammany group tti nds of Mi. afcCormlcb are trying hard to "put htm ovr." lie weii born In th llou-e district, wncne r, aaurpnj t merged to fame, and is now a h ath, r ll reliant at at Chambers str.et. t'ther Who have ta.ged to Marshal UcCarthy bav got utile noourag- moot He ng! told them io.it his present i.-.. I-'edeiai Job la good enough Anil ng the !rgumnt' em iduyed b his partnan at Tanin. ;: Hall la lb luct Ihul as an aUJOlIlteJ of the Wiieon Admlalatratlon i is pre. sumabi thought wail of m Washing ton ami could get many VOtel ot inde- pandtni Democrata here. Tammany'a buprem Court ticket is still in Che making As to one of the six vacant places ther.. is a division of feeling as regard Senator Boborl K Wagner an i Senator Jam s A. ("Oley. If Foley is picked Surrogate iltorge M. S. Schul of The Hro.-ix Is likely to gel cne of the other 110m. nations If Foley has to give way to Wagner gchUll Is not llkily to be named, for both Wagner and Schul! are of Herman extraction, and it is not political eti quette to put two eggs of the same kind in one basket. Hi.mx Democrat! are fighting hard for Surrogate Schul Monthfiai.. Aug. M.- BtttlneM men ..f the city who are anxl ills that Sir Isomer (iouln. the Tremler. should gppOinl a (sammlsslot er to lUpervl ihe tlnaii. iil fldmlnlstiatlon of Montreal were ad- e.t bv their counsel to-day that such n appointment could not be made hv the Premier and Cabinet themselves, but only with the sand! n of a major ity of t,he member." of t e Legislature Unsleess men are becoming seriously lrmed over the handling of the civi flnani s The cttv at present owes 1101,900.000, Its borrowing power Is at present 1 per cent. T.e flnanciers in the City Hall nre considering an application to have the borrowing pnwor Increased t.. 1.'. per cent., but this will be sternly opposed The ContrOllort Who are faced with the tusk of drawing up in lilt budget are in a quandary, for Ihetr prelimi nary Caiculwt iofi show a detlclt of f 1 ,.".110.01111. a decree! in rovMMM and Ihe total extinction -f borrowoig power are the Mumbling blocks. The-e will be little or no Increase In realty valine for the present year, and the meaning ..f this Is that there will 110 excuse In 1111 'j go ahead and tl millions for perma r main years 1 ast the entire hnriowlrg power has rested or the enormous annual increases of as sessed realty The law enable the oof poratlon to borrow 1! per cent, of such Ircreases. ear nnd ihe deep laid The comparative m.fl.e liis' numner ! niiiinies 1 1 borrow additio I rent w- rk. F th l.oaaer a ssessmenl s. In M:i iat the SJssjoS started their iit.nual rotthdl of levying the ar ena! realty assessment, and their la bor Wiil close about the end of th pr sent month. Whil. no definite st ite mert has bee. Issued In '11 assessors as to the result of ine.r work it is kin.wi n- member of the B- afd of Control that. 111 various bUslROM die tilcts. it had boon Incumoenl on the asseeaors to lower th.- seejjd valuo lntad of Increasing therr Ther. .11 A 11 or wi . admit that tins action ana abaoluti ecessar)' .n account of the msnmr ised valu t h id bein In oste.l during thi -t sl seven years Th.- lowering of assessed a'nes will be found t 1 hat bee pal -ticularly general in cert ila sc. tiotut of st Catherine street and also --f s: Jaime atf-ret. I" man) Instance ihe Assessors had the plaint! proof laid bef tc th bv proprietor that th" SI aessnients w.-rr much higher thn ihe market value of th- propertlra With th: knowledge m the poeaeoslon of Controller and AM rmotl special meetings Will be convened at th City Hall to ligur. out th. complex uuesti in of flnanc'al administration f..r Itll elans to OVeather Ihe lorm. F.ven the hoys Who play with Frank ilravas admit that he Is an unusual boy Me stands six feet one Inch despite bis lf years, and ha a voice that snuenks That voice was the most fearsome bit of eualptnenl that a pirate ever had. It la responsible for Frank's downfall He could turn on a tremolo of sound lhat made his victims want to walk the plank Just tn get away from the noise. Frank lives at 110 Flushing avenue. I Ixiita Island City. A few months ago 1 he gut hold of a book about the Spanish 1 Main. From that time on It was hard 1 10 (Ind Frank without a bandanna tied i under his hat and fusees In his pocket. with which to emulate the Immortal 1 llachheerd. Yesterday Frank aCOjUlNf half a dollar In some way Plots lhat had been forming bandanna led hliu to North Beach, where he hired a boat for one hour. Then. . arefUlly muffling his voice, he Invited lxiuls Ouldono. also IS, but small, to lal I a row. and Irfmis a.-. epled When 1 hey were off the shore a way Franks ol... rose to a pitch at which it crmked i ami hi- yelled " Staii l and deliver I" He g.t his terms mixed a bit. bull Ixuls caught his meaning and gave up1 i:. ..-its He explained Inter that If he l-adn t Frank would have made him; walk ihe plank, and he never had cared : for walking planks The next victim wa.- Nicholas Botonne, 11 yeafa old. who'. had earned cents during the morning by selling gum Nb holas also gnve up Without a struggle, but as soon as he got ashore he SJId the unclubbv thing' of telling Policeman McQuenny ail about In pirate with the Strang voice. Tha- was the end of Frank's career under thi hla U Hag It took two men I get him to shore Judge H iyt. in the1 f"h id rem i-our' in Jamaica, hold Frank until Mondn) to decide what to do with , ao anusual a young man A 1 rant. Aug. M. Convictions and Imprls-.iment arc keeping pace with the i; crease In population and the attend ant Increase In crime In the Bmplfe State. On June 1. 191.', there were no less than I.KS7 more Inmate In the prisons, the reformatories and the peni tentiaries of Ihe State than on a ltke date five years ago. The State census taken under the direction of Francis M. Hugo, Secretary of S(ate, In June re veals some interesting features In con nection with the Inmates of the larger penui Institution. tn June. Ilin. the Stale prisons, re formatories, penitentiaries, and tee New York city Institution such as lllack well's Island. Randall's and Hart's Islands, had a total of 11,111 inmates Within the past Ave years that number has grown until It Is now 1T.1S2. an Increase of 4.037, or nearly 1,000 a THTNK VICTIM TITLED GERMAN 1iai.1l.1n Hospital Voii. ..rules fit lent tl.mil i.lo accident Patient BaBTt.oN, I, 1 , Aug. 26. The man who was hurt In an nmomoMl aocl deot aaar Fannlngdule and who la aw recoverlng from concussion of fjts Sssafn In the South Side Hospital here. Is aald to he a titled Herman. The hospital authorities refuse to tell who he Is, and tils Identity y ill remain a myotery. Ir. James S. Ante, one of th hos pital staff, said to-night he didn't know the man's name At the hospital it was announced that the man la a pri vate pntlent. The man Is believed to have been on his wav from a week end party at th home of Capt. Hans Tnusohrr. husband of Mine. Oadlkl, the prima donna, and he wax riding In Mine. Hadskl's rsr when It turned over In the ditch, the chauffeur explaining afterward that h turned aa.de to permit another oar, Ver non Castle's, to isiss HOTEL SUES 0SHAUQHNES8jT. i: etttutlonfi of 1111 follow; the figures showing the In the larger penal State In 1910 and Si -it. prisons Penitentiaries New York .-ity institution. Refnrmatonea .... tain l.ns? , l.iej . 3.St . ram tat-, a an I in', nan 2.aM Ine at l.fiti "SI Hlts-rarllon niploninl Nelson W. Serves Paper on n rinttsbnra ramp. I'Shaughnessy. formerK' In charge of the American Embassy 11 Mexico., recently attached to the Km bassy to Austria, nnd now In camp at riatubuig, was sued In the Supreme Court yesterday by the Rlts-rarlton Hotel for a bill uf 1478 contracted In 1912. The pjipers were served on Mr. O'fmaUgttneaay by the Sheriff of Clin ton county In camp. 13.315 17.3T2 4.037 DEMOCRATIC SLATE CHOSEN. .ich erswn Ian lllaH4 Pgomlea to support BatWatHla for slirrlff. N I n..ii- Y.-rk : day by era or th. effet sot uppori w aum. Ci 1 .1 1 aeli ton all. slate of . a' county w-as altfi he . W Yot k VI ee. iltlve Alliance promised ke. ithrar fldatei f..r unced 1 es- ..unity mem mmlttee of thr 4L- Broadwa) Justices Ir.-.-ti- ind Delehanty c.riioi a-.ion Counael rVanb dlk for Jll.l 11 .- M.!iin 1' IVillsr. .ir stuart ; Olbboney for Dtotrlct Attor - v and Will am 11 Rdwardi for Brier- Total! Sing Sing. Auburn and the other State I prisons had S.904 inmates on June 1 laat. as ComparOd with .0: Ave years K ' th same date Sing Sing leads In he number of Inmates, having a total of 1,741 under confinement last June. Clinton taking second place with 1,504 .id Auburn third with 1.420. Ikith Institutions for the criminal In-! -air Mat tea wan and Pannemora. show .11. -reases in the number of their ln mate over the past five years. At Matteawati there were 7J persons cvan finod in 1910 Last June the n.imher l ad grown until there were "46, an ln-i-rie of stx-v-two. At the state hos- ptta at Pannemora there are now til , peraona, In tomimrlson to 3S3 five years ago, an Increa .f 1 33. or ahput one- i third. I The greatest Increase In the number I ol persoi . under contlnement Is shown ! in the New York city peeinl Institutions .In ll't" the City I'rlso: . Manhatta I familiarly k' own ss the Tombs, had r.ov prisoners. On June I, 191."., th I number '.ad 4m reused by J4V. The City . Prison of Brooklyn . ihownt by the ! recent census as having a total of MS ' inmates, as compared with 2 ! ears ago this time. Th, total number r-f inmate New Y.nk city Institution "f corree tion June i amottnteo to s.aait. aiiiili '.'1 were women ami IJJOO WOP males, up Jute 1. IKK', the same In tltution iheltered s.sr.t vrmat. o Mrhtcb Tt were women and the ftv. he Several plana to w will be proposed In determined effort will down the ah: ormal rather the storm the first plad ' be m ide to cut Kempt Ion The It the n .rati. ay, men I for . New a new of I he Having heard that the Hoard of F.lec tlons Intended to use as polling places ml ten of the 500 public SChoolhOU available for that purpose under w i.- Youker. aacretarj in . . -- - - .i.i.e. I-nlon. wrote a letter yesterday to Kdward F lloyle. pre board, challenging him to sons for this action . , . ... eel more lhal. ten school heaaaaa that OOJl and should used." wrote Mr .dent of give hi! the rea- I'vsSAtc. N". J Aug 26 On top of the worr.es that have fallen to his lot because uf the billions of mos.Ultoes in iv.ssal.- county. John Scott Pavison, president of the Taisalc Mosquito Kx terminitlon Corrinisslon. was served with nanus to-day in a suit for I2.000 start. d by Mrs l lelawanna thus be Is hard If vour Touker, "it . , . . ,,i inpi. i ....... board has concluded lhat the elec ors ....f, r to register and vote In butcher allor. barber and bakery shoi. oi de lire to have polling plgo designations handed out as political patTOWS.lt will be very Interesting to have those fads made known " Mr Hovle replied that the board was Just as much interested In the use of s. h.H.lhoui.es as anybody, bin Its en thusiasm was tempered ) saaee ...... He spoke of the tire tut Sara is prohibited In s. ihOOlhOUM. ... . .. . ,jrui or i.ven the pri in loin ...... - .... on ill, d llev I,.., i thai will keep you. away from sa- Smoklng but a sign seni-e of a policeman would not Insure against latlon lie wwm , A lighted elggarotto or cigar thrown carelessly In the corridor or hallway might poaalhty bring results far more serious than a delay of six month, or ii presidential primaries next spring, when the situation .an be i rolled unon a basis of experience. practice Instead of upon theory. Commissioner lloyle also told Mr. Youker that the equipment of many schools with furniture for election pur poses would be costly He said that the Hoard of Election! wa- working toward permanent and complete use or Ik sellouts, "while 111 considered. Im mediate and general application of he Id might Jeopardlxe the lUCCO of this splendid Idea." in past year the rental "f the barber shops and such places for primary and Uctlon days has always been an Im portant Hem III district political patron- Hertha I.. Whitney ..t btcau Mr. Pav.BOns ex-; termlnatlun corps attempted to anni hilate the pes's on three acres of her laud. In her complaint Mrs Whitney seta forth that up to Apttl 1. ll. she had three acres ..I land In P.hi'vanna, close to the ifantlcaw hrvk, which borders the VounUkah Country C ub s golf links, with some .100 or more shade trees, all fifteen years or more old. The time was coming, she contends, when this would be a tine park for Pelawanna: In fact. It was already the playground of the youngster of ihe town. Hut on April 1 the engliie.-r of the mosquito commission and his men came and cut down eviry one of the trees Her fine park was wiped out In one treat sw.ep To put It mildly. hc will settle for $2,000. "If that ult were all the worry 1 had," said President Pavison on perus .ng the paper, "I could realise quickly there are some Jokes in life. Suits are few. but the mosquitoes are many, too many This park, with the hundreds of fifteen-year-old trees was a swamp, a breeding place for millions of mosqui toes, covered with thick underbrush. Trees? Why. I'm sure there wasn't a bush thete bigger around than one' arm. "No. I shall not worry ab.-iut the suit The mosquitoes require all my time" The action will come up in the Passaic Clrcutl Court some time next month. LET UP ON CAPITAL, TAFT URGE AGAINST FIVE COUNTY PLAN. Hrwlalera' iini.es Should He Ira- trnllsrd, ns John J. Hopper John J. Hopper. Itegister of New Y'ork County, think all th. County ltegist rs ottlces in this city should he central ised and pieced under municipal con trol. This is the plan advocated by Commissioner of Accounts Wallstein and Chamberlain Hruere. In a letter to th se men Mr Hopper said ester. lay that tin- centralisation principle is ac cepted bv all "except these who are willing to aaorlflc the public welfare fo, matters which are ..f temporary p r- sonal b.-netlt to themselves." He con tinued w "If all the work rvL.twig to all classes of Instrument Which affect t'tle to real 1 ma property were placed under one oftlee nad management with branch offices in the several centres of population, it would greatly add1 to the convenience of the public, decrease operating expenses and increase Ihe stability and safety of title If all the titles In Manhattan were registered and the scale of fees now charged b) Ihe till companies were adopted the income to the city for Man hattan alone would be M0,00(l,000, most of which would h proht. The scale of fees In use In Massachusetts would produce a rOVOnue of ,00,0O0 for Manhattan alone I montmii these fig ures to show the economic reason New York city has In favoring a true Tor rens system, aside from the incalcula ble benefit accruing to the land owner! directly." egompttoni In vaitie cover iaor than flfth of the entire realty In the c.ty This is seen bv the following figure" Biemptlons, Itls.llll.MI Total as- s.ss-d valu-' of r al estate t(0,tt0,itl All the revenue available .11 be swal lowed up In administration expenses, no loan fund will be at hand, and so far as can be ftaoottalned now, th- only money op.n for public work r.egt sea son will be about 11,000.000, which can be raised by a loan fl itd on the se curity of moneys owing to the city by fronting proprietor called on to ii proportion of Improi mctits carried out on city streets. "But whatever happera. there win be no Increase in taxes.'' a as the flat decla ration of Controller Hebe rt, who has the bud, t in charge., 'The altuatlon now Is that the city may expect a rev enue of pet-hips somewhat less than llt.000.1 and so far as I eag find by very tentative calculation, the gpendl. . lure on th- administration next year Will be about 1 1 1,401,000, thus lea' 'r,g a deficit on the January budget .f 11. 402.000. "That I hope to mike up on the sup 1 piemen tary budget whi -h la due in May for ve shall have at tli , nd of this year more taxes own g to us than we it the end of last year; the supple mentary budget this year wis about 1200,000." Ii certain, iy the alliance, "iiiat Conatltutlon will be undemo- and reactionary. Senator Hoot and truthfully, that .he govern- f the Stat.- has beet Venezuelan Its pail, We hereby de, hire t: at York city will no lonner allna self to ii,. treatad as a conquered prov .i ce." Without hom rule, the alliance - ys. i: will be Impossible to put through the new COMtlttltlon this year mi hlng 1,101 were males. II aggro rln ns Indorse "waan. The candldac) of Judge Kdward gwann for the office .f Dlatrlcl Attorney was Indorsed yesterday hv the Hun garian National Democratic Club, X4 Fast Eighty aOOOnd street The Indorse ment was made in the form of a reso lution representing the desires of lO.onn Hungarians. $1925 Niagara Falls Over Labor Day $1 1 00 RoundTripia PI 1 WEST SHORE Round Trip via NY. CENTRAL Very Low Fare algo to AdironJacks Thousand Islands Green Mountains Lake George Lake Champlain NUff Palls 1 H iag Illy hntc! rni'l b line map Prtt I IpMv" Bn -kle ffhft. tardloi hnuMi nd bj t ti gt tiH rs. New York 'Phone, 6310 Madiioa Brooklyn Phuno, 167 Main TRAPPED BY FAKE PICTURE Twa Men Held for IiitoIvI nar r'rjur V imii:i II. A ronil-'-J-.l " photOfTgipki ttAVr1) p.itt'ht'ti ami dtvopd, 11 io Mrjur DhotrCMI a tc.tl nsl two in it Hf ri) i bf. fnr Justin. O'Knfi, PrMchl nd Fl-m- itlg r tht C.iuTt 0 S;ti iil gtotllotll Th1 picture wui produp4 by & wltnwi t ii- i. t tmuny .' w.st Thlr- T .s'inrr promtMd and was (MB ; f HOLLAND FOR LABOR HEAD. iteeeltes Ini.'IOll I nun Fril- eratlon of Labor t nneus. 21 ind of Iht f.u K-de d lhat N Y . Aug New York was president of the -,ti f Laboi ins election lonoiTOw James P, nominated New Y'ork It 118- . oiii-luslon Loegl No ! i Bnglnoer. l racugSi Mr a a He is business 1. Stationery Flre Thomas V. Ilaff- Holland'a opponent at and In-anothei wa dfi td by a vi.ti iiirus t-' i. ;. ited that Mr. Holland has been 1 , plan on 'be new .flats Indus- h , million by linv. Whitman. He i d r: tat eummenl on the matter SEEKS MORE CASH FOR PARKS. iMllselftgaf t a nl iihi fur Keai tska g 1,0.12, v ear. t. Ward, I'ark 'omnilasloner for I'd Richmond, 1 a akrd i ..f Kttimat to appropriat! i r... tin use of his depart- .- Thi 1 an II iwr cent ivei hum ear's allowuner, f 'lie ill. Tease ll,6:i Is tl asrt lot The only Impor Joh avhtch would la ereat-d forester it It.eOO a yer. mi,, i rn Museum ..f Natural . .' i is requested by th m .,S4. ..f 111,004 over ihe s . i u inoreaa or ,ggg is Ii Hie tquariliaa, for which thla mi . was tiT.iiiio. DEATH THRILLS AT FAIR. Woman Balloonist Knllsi Partner tries ggtoMOl la "I'rrlaliir. Tout Jkbvis. N. Y.. Aug 31 -gpectg- tors ut the Chenango county fait wit neaaed lines rifcted thrills to-day when u woman performer arhoa stunt it IS to aaccnil In a balloon and Jump with a naractlUta fll from her iraiee at the name moment that her partner tempted eulolde by shooting aal of hitting hlmaOlf "hot woman. Miss Helen Smith, the balloon Pr former, of Newark, noticed the moody r iitiiiie of her partner, John Mack, "' sin prepared for her aaoanti but paid Utile attention to it. Ah she aaoended, Maoh drew a revolver, proaaad II to IiIh temple and then exelalmed "It wont go off." Just then It did go off and a woman In Ihe crowd dropped to Ihe ground, w inded by I bullet I Almost siniillt. dials' Miss Smith ' reeled from the trapeze and fell The parachute failed to work until she wa I only a short dlOtlMlc above tin- ground. Then ll spread out BUfllcllietly Io break 1 her fall iioih women will recover, M la though'. Min k era arrested. i lilaapproa r of Nlgrkl ttaa ls. Suit me t'ourt Justlie Sheam ih fuaed yesterday t" sign a eertiflent of Incorporation of the Nlghl iwia of j Yorkvlll beeau h didn't approve of the nam of the iorporgtlon The m- ! eorporators said lhal th puipose of the organlMtln Is "raising to a higher I standard the physlesl eontfl Ion of It I members" anil "enlightening It I br op th topic of the day." ItrKnlnllon and l.aaas Ills Pirn. Henso nahlr Labor Sav pTgAftOIOdb, Aug 10. Heasonable regulation of capital and less discrim inatory labor legielattOn acre urged b) William H T.ift to-day before the Com mercial flub He said it look the rallroails twenty yenrs to find out that the Interstate eommerce act really meant something, hut that the lesson had been learned. "Now," he continued, "we have reached a time when we ought to have reaction and not hind and harass the enterprise and Inatonulty of our Amerl , inn businen communities." Ijabor unions, he said, had done good, i hut he hopixl for better lenders ' .Men like ilomper are lobbying for legislation which Is discriminatory," Taft explained "I.Ike the capitalists, they are Intoxicated with power." O'LOUGHLIN PETITION SECOND. I it r I II. Mill, r Tfikm First rinrr In Klrclliinn Honrd lim Kdwatfl T ' '!xu,thli!i. who Ik trying ft.r i.o1M'tion an It(rtor of Kimts i-ouTity, wn tht wn-tmti rHtKlMat-- for urtlotn nriinnry ilfttijctuitltia: isotltloiw WWft tiloal when thi' BoWd Of Kltnitions npeiif". Its hooks for T;hat purpotM' -ten1a The HrMt petition wan that of Pari FT, MtlltM, 0WwM(h.U f'r rh-aMiam a Ikmihi-i-nU:'f Awillhlymwn in th. Thirty thtnl dtrW4 ' IstHig'hliti'H pstltlon wav HtpntHi lt lndptndnC6 hau VlMtm, Me hp'.s til he ileMitciuitiHl by tht- 1 tnpK'r,its it mo, IwivIiik het ti turned down b th- !rKk lyn Hepuhlh'Hn ord;.tMi7..iti'ii. DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT C0RRY.PA. Ilrnirs Slanina Waiver. t'harles tag Hi rider, attorney for I)r and Mr a. .1 ''e 'Hers, ho nre seek ing to adopt the daughter of Clarence A Stevenson son of Mrs He (Hers, an nounced yesterday that he has a signed statement tn gtVnOn relating to the published stories yesterday that Htev- enron would oppose the adoption In this statement Stevenson says: "It I ' not true thMl I signed anv waiver of I I my rights to my child and I did not ' make sii.-h a statement.'' r'red llraediin, Health) Printer, Kills Wife and I onimlts Suleldr. CoggTi Pa., Aug. II Kred Braadon, Junior partnsr of Weeks 4 Hrued'ui. printer, shot and killeil his wife. (Jpal, to-day at their home on Wright street. The man then committed suicide. Mrs. Braedon and a woman guest had been out for the evening As the were returning B fated OH met tliein and walked home with thorn. When they reached the house Braadon drew a revolver, placed It behind the woman's ear and fired He then shot himself. in an -.ffori to enniridi -if Marl 1 'umlki ... of tifh street. The woman alleged tint 0org Kar. infill. .s. a waiter of 2.',:, Well Tlurt ninth street, is the father of tor twin children. On of the defendant'! wit negaag. laador Kakaki 21 Wl Tlnr- ty-ninlh street, showed a plctur of the woman and himself, which he said aw taken .it I'onev Island a short lime ago When she d nied ever accompanying Eakakie, tiu, justic.s carefully ques tioned the witness. Apparently one of the ,1 list Ices saw the defect In t la picture, nnd aft r a vigorous oro animation Bakakll idmitt.d thai the photograph was made and given to him by a friend Bikukli was immediately held m $1,5011 bail and Kartafuln was ordered to pa It a week for the lupporl of the children Later he a-as arraign d in the Tombs court and held for egaml nation to.mnriow b) Maglatratu Kr-'ih-liigh im on a charge of perjury eCUorldField NEALthfeNAVY This thrilling- story of the sea will grip you with its saliently heroic characters its portrayals of the manliness, loyalty and enthusiasm of the Uncle Sam's Navy and the romance .1 g ejr 1 -aa 1 on the lost lsianci ot Linnabar. from New York Harbor to the mines and scenes range Spanish Main and back and you will anxiously chapter of this serial. men in of the gold Characters -start reading it Monday await every succeeding I'rlesl I Mini- In The llev .lames I lilies .i nil re. Carheiriy of Toronto, a Hat hollo priest attaches! to the Church of Our lady of Iemide IhOre, fell in faint while crossing Times Solium last nlafht He was taken to I 'on Mm. linsvpltal, where he will prnh- gbfy rardeln it day or two, although was said his condition was not seriou. k. "I LAKE HOPATCONG 011 NgXT gUNDAV- Alee gsery 9 Sunday end Hobday Iff, W. IM St. II.50: l.v. liberty!. .0O; Lv. lacaion Ave., Jrnry City, 17 a. m. l.v. H iu j i Si . Ncwaik, s in a si. MAUCH CHUNK NEXT SUNDAY L. W. 13d St. S JOj Llbarty it. S.tOt .SO Jackion A.. Jatiay Cllf, ' a.aa. Iroad It,, Newark. I ll a.aa. HAKD COAL NO ftMOM OOMPONT Safely First You cm not be prop. ftv ingured unleog you gfg taifely imuival 'VERPOOL -London -Globe taAurwnca Cg.r: TtHr rmonae rerrgo By the successful novelist, author of "The Red Mouse," a trained reporter and widely informed student of the sea, WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE begins in the EVENING SUN MONDAY, AUG. 30th