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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916. M'ADOO SAYS LATIN AMERICA TRUSTSUS NOW Tell Hon Itcf tor delations With Sister Republics Can He Made. JIKIM'IIAXT MAK1XK APIMIOVKI) HY ALL a ii miton. May Sfi'ii'lur) Mo Ai..ii, who returned to Washington to do f i in his trip "ii the cruiser Ten r, ,.,.c in South America n head of the 1: i.rn.itinnal Illith Commission on fill (,,..! of Laws, wave out a statement to-ti chl Miiiimarl7.liiK tho results, of llio ci.nd rtii' " In which Ih participated. T.ie Vmetkaii icptcsentutlvcs on tho tCrll It '"'I HlRll Commission lil-Sllll'S Mr .Mi 'li" Included 1'anl M. WnrliurK pf ihe l-Yileral Itcservo Hoard, .lohn II. I.iu-v, c.-pri sident of th Chamber of CoiiiiimP'o "f tho l'nlted States; As . sunt Si- ict.iry of the Treasury Peters, t.nun'l l'iiliTmer anil Onv. Kalns of i.ic KitbTal Hescrvo ll.mk of San Trail oco. .Mr McAiloo called on the Presi dents of Hrall, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, rem. Panama, Cuba ntnl llaytl. M M doo said to-night that every flu i.il w th whom he confcricd showed an rirne-t desire to strengthen mm nicr al. financial niiil potltli-al relations trtwevii his own country ami tho rultid Mutes anil thai everywhete thclc wan a oinplete absence of that Miispiclnn ki ll ipf'ruil f the l'nlted Slates which h.i" until recently existed to n more oi Iif (leaiee In some, at lea hi of tho Sutltli American cntllltrlis." M'.vir. leading Ktaiei-man with whom 1 talked " he said, "emphasized the para nvuiit importance of a merchant marine under the II.ik of tho I'nltoJ States or under the Man of the illfferent Amirlcan mi on.", r merlcan llnaiiclal ami com me al ,iitere"! are to lio enlarged upon enduring foundations." V board for II ton re." Mr. Mi Ailoo said that, nel nert.it r to the devclopni' nt of m Hu mor- c i.i'a mat me, me comioisuin oiai-i-u mc icn-iruotiuu of an liitereonlliient.il rail d) ronnictlni; North and South Vn. nea through the Isthmus of Paii inw lie pointed out that only ".'.'JU'i m lo remain to be constructed and pre i! trd that befure many ears have goim b "Ml aboai'l for Hueno.. Ates!" will K shouted hi the rallro.ul stations of Nw Yrk city. I it summarizing the ptTOiedniRs of the coiifeieine Mr. Mc Adoo said line ot the fundamentally Important Ui tigs agreed upon whs the permanent or, zatlon of the International High Cmmisslon. Washington war. selioted u the headquartera for th- next two anil a central eeeutle comnilt ( was creafil whoe duty It Is to co ordinate and cany on the work of the commission The work will be pushed vigoroiHy etery effort wilt be made to carry Irtn effect the conclusions of the HuenoH Ajres conference. "fie commlslon adopted a resolution Kriimniemllnc P'.U a P.ui-Ameilcan fr.ata' al i-onferem-e mi as to bring to td ier ihe .Ministers of rinauie of all cim'rles be held eer two jear and aiieed uiMin the city of Washington as Ihr id ice for the tlnanclal conference of lili. 1'nMira Telernph t nlon. The onference also dedal id In favor of i i- policy of connecting tho telegraph ;-ri ,,f the arlou South American eoj'iru- improving the service and fU'ilih1 ii a system of more unlfoim nl i tui'.i'ile rates. It was recognized tr.at !1ie telegraph service through South A men a could be liumeii.-ely Improieip b) H' ji.i .itlim between the different, G rnnieiit" The conference declared , fd ti "ci-pd able communications at rrni. eaxinablf rates. It being lecog-nlz-d ilut the lusulllcient cable service I tfiec Noith and South America and t' gli Mtes prevailing are a serious h ' li ,ip upon commerce and Intercourse. cV le It was recognized that the " n of a uniform gold standard In ii f.r the Central and South American r( t io, especially under existing cou nt was lniposlblc at this time, rvf t iees a great step forward was tium when the conference approved and r vnirnended to the various (Jovern irn the adoption of a standard unit of ire-.ei ,f account and recommended that trt ur ' should be based on a gold coin ' 3UT grain" In weight and .90(1 tine. Th . unit is exactly one-flfth of the gold r ar of the L'nlted States, and If ''peil by the various States as a m ci r,r ;,. -nunt will provide a uniform ra f a -count for transactions be t'su ri of the ,atln American cnun trit el North America. ha. for (iold rolniiRC. it oftets a basis likely to bo IV( foi the actual coinage of Rold irlous countries when ami as i themselves ablo to put Inlo sold currency svsteni of their he ' which case all such American ' 'I nil s would lie of the same tlueness ' 1 lid be In sluilde multiples of the ''" teii .si.ne.s dollar, and this new Pan I'f com and the l'nlted States would circulate freel.t throughout in States and such other Amerl "n uti as adopted the standard, i -o many recognized advau ' i- uniform money of account Jjangeable gold coins that It i w.irth while to enumerate them -il l-e I I- ontiection. another admirable forward by Alcssis Warhtltv aid iccommi'iided by tho ' foi- lareful study, was the r'i gold li-uflt funds between " Anii-i It ,111 States similar In ' to the gold clearance fund "l In tlie Federal teservo Washington and administered "Ie al Hi'servi- lioatd. If such ' a' g ild It list funds can he I I, ' will prove of the Klentest and assistance to coni i.n uiitus'i'ssar) tratisfei'H of a m.i.ts i.f liahineeN. ullh all ' Ins.- and expense. Treaties j J1 I '"li "i. In- nei e.ss.ir) to niing -i-.'it 1'. . riMIII I 111' milllCI' Will OH I tti-il ll'tli 1 ne un by the central cxisjutlv-p 11. or ! iiire-ein e aiiprovcil Hie liTea ' Ita; 'll!. 'CI ! "If f. g banks of each country lo canchis', or to lake an ' In- ii.iiiks opiTatlng In other conn-1 'He purpose of facilitating com ..i ,....i... ...M..i.. an . , -'i.o.ihk nivniiiir .i,-.ofc " i"n,:ii i. :,m t r,vommended Ii-kIs-wiion r, ti,,, proiecllmi of merchant Editors Tor olfornilly of I.i-t. "hl'ilr. piogiess was made toward ! , oing iinifonidly rinlly between the law ; c-untrleH. especially with V.n 11 I"-'' ' hills of txcliauifc, tou 1" ""'',l P'ogtesM waH also tnade , "I'1 ccillliiu uiilformily in the laws '"'ins In "Hrlglii .1,.,,,. .1... ..... . 1 . ,M" I ll-lllirrn:'l 1 ' I' Ai, l.nporiant addition lo the I'liiRlii convention wau recommended; j BRITAIN APOLOGIZES FOR DISCOURTESY TO M'ADOO Sir Cecil Spring Rice Expresses to the President Regrets Over Failure of the Trinidad Governor to Return an Official Visit. Wasiiinhton. .May I. The ltrltlsh AmhaKnador, Sir t'eell Sprlng-Hlce, calleil on President Wilson this morn ing to apologize on behalf of the llrlt IhIi ilovernmenl for the discourtesy coiti on iicu oy ,-ir ncoige i.e mime, me HHtlh :oernor of Trinidad, ltrlllsh West Indies, on the occasion of Score ' uirj m me i reaury jio.vioos re.ceni i IHI. I .Mr. McAiloo stopped otT at Trinidad wmi ins wife, the Pieoldent'M daughter, and memliers of the International llliih t'onimlssloii, which met suliseqtiently in Ihieuos A.re. The Seerelary called otllclally on the llrlllsh (lovernor. The (lowrnor, who had put himself to Rrp.il palnn a short time before to entertain President Itoosevelt, failed to tclurn Mr. McAdoo's call. Apparetitlv he never had heard of Secretaiy .McAiloo, or at leasl classed him of little Importance the effect of which will be to create monthly exchanges between the varlo is countries of the copyrights rctilstcrcd In each country, "The confetence approved the recom mendation for a Pan-American post il union, which would In turn cooper ito with the existing Inlernatlonal postal union, whose headquarters are Item, Switzerland, and tecoinmendeil that an cl l meeting of postal expeits be held In .Montevideo for the purpose of going carefully Into these Important postal questions, "The conference nppioxed, with sllg'st modifications, the uniform nomenclatn-e agreed upon at llrussels for uniform classification of merchandise for tho purpo.-o of commercial statistics and the use of the standard monetary unit of account recommended by the commit tee on hanking. As the uniform classi fication of merchandise for statistic il purposes Is a matter of ailinlnlstratlxe regulation In each country and do. s not requite new laws. It Is believed thai the recommendations of the conference can be can led Into effect In the near future. To Moiillr Custom Knlrles. "The coufereme recommended that custom hoii'-e entries be simplllled and the requirements made uniform and that port dues be limited to reasonable chatges for sVrvlce actually rendered !n esscN. This reform will remove some of the most exatlous restrictions an commerce. "In dealing with the vexed question of commercial ttavellers and their sam ples the unanimous action of the eon ferenee marks a long i-trldo forward mi the direction of m ruling the abolition of llceue fees and the many other enormous obstacles that now coufro it our business men tu transacting business In Central and South America. The aibltrallon of coimiiercl.il disputes be. tween citizens of the Pan-American countries through their tespectlve com mercial bodies was given a dislluct Im petus on the lines of the agreement leached between the Chamber of Com-luetic- of the l'nlted States and the Huenos Ares Chamber, whlrh was for mally approved by the conference. "The conference i.irnestly rocon meiided the fullest and most sj.stematlc study of the mineral resources of all '.lie American publics with a view to uni formity of anal) sis and classification. Il was aNo suggested that the plan fir this surve on which will he based -in InP r-Ainet lean policy as to coumtvi Hon of natural resource be prepar d male the direction of the Pan-American union ' GRAND JURY TAKES UP TELEPHONE TAPPING Coiiiiiii'soioiirr Stroiiy Throws' Out Ki'inii Charities Inquiry Kviilenee So Olitiiined. In an effort to establish whether a rime hail been coinu'.ltted In the admit ted tapping b certain otllcials of the telephone wues of the He v. William II. Karrell, pasior of the Church of Sis. Peter and Paul, and the P.ev, Dr. Daniel C. Potter during the charities Commis sion Investigation, .lames ,. Stewa't, branch manager of the New Vork Tele, phono Company, was called .vestenlay before the Kings CJrand Jury. District Attorney Lewis denied em phatically that political Influence frn any source was being brought to bear on him to "ease up" In the Investiga tion. He said he would conduct the In vestigation regardless of anybody, Charles II. Strong, who as commls. sioiier conducted the hearings in the iharltlea Inquiry, yesterday announced that he would tetiitn to William II Hntchklss, counsel for the Charities I'e partment, the llfiy-four memoranda of telephone conversations which were inatked for identification and held by him pending his decision whether to ad mit them In evidence. The most prized material of the l pari ties Department In its effort to prove that perjury was committed before the commissioner was thus, ruled out 01 1110 recotd. (.'ommlssloner Strong made thin disposition mainly on the grnunu 111 11 these exhibits wero tnoro properly malt'-r for consideration by the District Attor ney and the Grand Jill). Since admlttlne In evidence the Mrsl a transci.ipt of a telephonic conversation under the general Mile that evidence may be icieiveil by a coutt even though il mav consist of papers Illegally taken. Air.' Sttong's attention has been cillul to a limitation on the general rule. nils limitation." lie explained, is 1 based upon the notion that It is best to falter In Ihe seaivh ror liuin wiicn rot cesa In the scutch cannot be attained without Jeopardizing the ulleiloi Inter .. or socletv at laritc. This llinltutlm: I has found expression In Judicial decl- shins to ihe effect that evidence oh I tallied b) public olllccrs III opening ' ...-I.. 1 initet-s and n.ickages sent Ihrough ,1,'.. .01,11 Is Inadmissible." Atli-r declining that lie would notify 'the Dlstrh t Attorneys of Now Vork and ! Kings .counties, Cointnissloiier Strong the evlilelice may ago " to him III case (lie I. rami .nil) ii""' rr.it Inn is ended befntf he makes his . ... ... ,.... tVIOImull ii-l'iin 1 " ARNOLD GRAVE IIUNT DROPPED ;rnorrli tn lleliiHln In I'rovi' ilrni-r for tlie t,nvU "f PitovniKNCK. H. I.. May I.Kdwanl C. Ulenorrls will not Ito to New York to assist III llndllilf the supposed RTav'o of Dorothy Arnold. New Vork police Lieut. Williams of tho this evening withdrew his request for ihe naiole of Glrnorils. . ... . i . , i. .r .i: I., session all no " ,".,-, Assistant Police nay. n i'"i' " ; , ,... C-KMnf K" ' . inn f u-u l.J s.,. COstH. Th. hnnnl paid that (lilt Of COUrlPS)' tO the New Vork Pollco I)erlinlil It u,niinir in nnrols the nrlaoner for the III "iin"n ' . , -, . ,, . ventilation of n rrlmlna r. but It hud no authority to remit Jail du. iih compared with Col. Hno.scvelt. In- stead of makliii. mi ntllel.il .-.ill on thf I Kcctctaiy tlic tlovernor font his mill i tary uld to roturu .Mr. McAdoo's ufll- vlnl cntl. .Members, of t lie American parly were nr,,t,,i ( Mre,,t uwy thought " a (.IIkIiI put upon the fulled Slates, hut no report was made to WashliiKlon. The hh'd duct in account of the liovernor'M eon In his paper, howewr, and thus hrouKlit th matter to the attention of (.Mllcc at London. Sir I'M cabled Immediately to SprltiK-ltlce, liistructlnn cm President Wilson and regret of the llrltl-h tlov- the l'"oteli;n ward tliey mba.s.dor llllll to call epes the eriitnent. It was olllilnlly stated lo-nlslu that the I'lilted Slates lSo eminent ii'K.hiIm the Incident as closed, The President so Informed Sir Cecil this mot nine TAXI BILL SENDS MEXICAN TO CELL (iiizi's nt IMiiin unit KiiiU'.v Cops iiml Then IIiiihN Vnhuililes lo KcpiM'tiT. A well .Ire. o.l man who was indignant both In SpmMi ami Knellti--note llil (litly Indignant In Spanish, however, than In English aicompatiled two laxlcab chauffeurs Into the West Port -seventh stteet police stat on last night, charged with refusing to pay a taxleab hill of I II, Ml. Hi' glanced llriq at a group of tcpoiters and next at a group of plain and fane) cops, whereupon lie quickly turned over his valuable to one of the reporteis before approaching the cops. Ills n uis". highly prized nluahlci, winch lie Insisted that the newspaper man must return to him at his hotel, the Prince (leorge, at I" o'clock this morning, was a trut certificate showing that one 1'ialiclsco KoM.il. l of .Mexico had deposlli il with tin- tiii.ir.int Trust Coinpatij of New Vork Hid shiies. worth IIOM a share, of the "Conr,.i ua Petto lera .Maritlma, S. A," nhbh tin' trust deposit eirtllli ate said has a capital stis-k of t Iioo.Oiri. (Jen i ibn goij was but one of the nanus Setior Hobhila gave as a reference, lie had summoned a taxleab at the Prune lieoiv at 2 o'clock csterday afternoon, 1 a.l called at ttie oltlcc of Ills hrotlVM. .-enor llarrios liobleda, at Ilroad stteet. he said, and w lu ll tin' taxi had broken down had paid the i hauffeur, .lohn Schuitzer, $?.?., and ha-l summoned i another tax, from the same conipaiii. CliauTelir Jack tiro.sman luonght the senor hack to the Pitim lieore at Id o'clock P .M and i-.uil the lull foi tile ! second taxi ride wae Jl2."o. The .Mi xl-1 can gentleman promptly i-aul he pre-' ! ired to tliresli out the mze of thi , hatge ( In lourt. having, hi' .iid, a high tegard , lor the Justice and honest) of the Amerl- call Judicial). Hut bcfoie starting (or 1 1 io night lotnt doubts of the honest) ol tile gtcat uiet - a I . op s.-em, , to one H'lzeil lilm to tlie i xtent "l I.IUSItlg ll.it to ask tin repurtci 10 Ouo mini c- ititl to take -..lie of the I ate until tin.- in. ii n- . ing ; In the n. ght imitt Hobleda was doubly indignant In Spanish ami some l'liglii-h. ' With the help of an luterpieter hi' said I he was an innocent .Mexliau law)er. (irosMtuan, ill chauffeur, told Magistrate ; Ten i:cU that after picking up Hobleda, a' llioadwa) and Wall street Jic had drixeli the .Mexhan to a nsiibuce al t.'Pi t .Madison avenue, where Ills fate had re-i m.iined In the house for about two hours. Then there was more riding about, which , Included a talkfit ill front of the Prince I (P-nige, a trip to the taxi linn's olllce I ami tlie station houc "Ate mi read) to pa) this bill'" Magistrate Ten I'.yck liiten upled after a tlond of oratoi) fiom Hobhila ' "No" snapped 111, .Mexican "Then )ou'll pa) a "i tl'ie on the charge made against ) oil of disoi del I) I I'ondiii " said the coin t. , "No"' again crlisl the .Mexican with greater emphasis. This was his last uttei .line, at least , Iti public, of the evening Court olfirers I led hlni away to spend the nlirhl in a cell, w hich, despite some Inccnvenleiii es, I at least has not the it s.-uivautage or be- , llig eqiiliped with a taxlnietet If the tulsoner still refuses to nay the fine this ' I Miornlup It may be nrvessat) for the ie- 1 Mrtcr holding the 1 1 n.ftrui trust eertltl-! cate to use a part of It for boat Hire to low out to the Island to return the 110,- (100 to the owner therisif DECLARES CAPITAL BESIEGED. I 1 111 v 11 e. Move lio erniiH'ii I Prom Siiiiiu llumliiuii In siiini.i, .s.vmo Do.mi.xoo. .May 1 The capital of tlie republic has been deilared In a state of si,.ge by Prisldent Juan I. Jinie nc7.. who was Impeached by the chamber of Deputies on Ala) 'J. A decree has been Issued leoiovfti"- Ihe sc. it of Ihe Government to San Gi'tonmio, a suhiilb of Santo Domingo The Seorctar) of Hie Interior notllled tlie Senate to-day thai the capital was ill a state of tebellloti and that Ptesl del Jimenez was unable to annear lor trial. The law piovlilcs that the Senate shall try the Pieslibnt within forty eight hours after Impeachment. The city I.s quiet. W.vsil imitii.n. May I -liio.nl iiiMiiic lions have Invii given to Hear Adnutal Capeitoit to use fori e if necessaty to maintain the Con-tltuiiooal Govcii'iinen: In Sanlo Domingo. He tcdntly visited the capital after tecelvltig Information that. In Ihe opinion of the l'nlted Slates. Hie lin'eachiiicui of the President was a veiled icvoluthuiar) plot. SEVEN MORE LUSITANIA SUITS. Alelvllle II. Slone One of ill'., lo 'lalnllns. linear Piellmlnaiy notice was lllcd In the l'nlted Slates Hislricl Cciirt .vi'sler day of seven more damage suits' to be Hied against Hie Ciiuaril Steamship Company, Ltd., as a lesult of Hie Lusi 1 1 11 1 .1 disaster. Tills brings the number of Lusltanla actions filed, or to be lllcd, lip to thirteen, .Melville K. Stone, Jr., Is lo be one of the plalntlffa In the new actions. Hn will sue the Clin a id Line as one of the administrators of the estate of llcilsit Stuart Slone. who died 011 tlie Lusltanla. Harrison, Klllott & lljrd of Till Wall street am Ihe attorneys In this case, Thomas llllmaitln of til ChamU'rs street Is the attorney for .lames Con nolly, who will sun the line because of the death of .Michael Connolly, Hunt, Hill & Hells, attorneys of i:n llioailw.iy, who have figured in some ot the foregoing cases, will also represent ! Florence Al. Stevens of Cambridge, .Muss ; Airs. I-.. Wish Thompson or Sc.vniour, Ind. ; Alary A, I'.akfr of Dulutli, Minn., and John II. Hammond, who sues as mis of Hip executors- of the estate of Mary Hammond, . P PUZZLE NOW TO FILL O'GORMAH'S PLACE; hi'imii'i'iilic licmlci's Wimt to llnil Mini in n vor Willi Prt'sJilcnl. TALK OK KX-MOV. (MjYXX Tli iinnouiiceincnt from WashliiRlon by Senator .lames A. O'llorman that he w..ild not b(. a candidate to succeed him self had been eieeled hero for some time by men in the 1 leniiicratlc organiza tion, It was realized here that the Sena tor was hat lint a rather unpleasant time In Washington in spile of tho fact i since he was In no jietise a candidate, that upon occasion l e was able to agtec' "Tliee headquarteiH were opened with with the Piesldent and the Admlnlstra-1 the approial of Mi Itool," said M , lion leaders' j)wlght. "The i-.e national nnd not ,1-or several months the organization , , 1.t,1IIS, , tor. They were opened smuts h,ie been casting about for a ' Senatorial candidate. Certain men of . at the requcM of the sevi nty-eiii gen moie or less piomiueiicc III the patty t Helium who nlgned the original Mote have been put lorwat.l now and then In' "lent silRgistlng .Mr. Itool its a cam I the hope of tcMIng out tuelr strength 'f '"" s" desires he can direct th with the voters. The results have not ! closing of these headquarters at one.-. I....O .ili.e..iher si.itsi;i,ioiv II was II learned ) Ssterday, and Leader -Murphy and his advisers lune by no means de teiinliicd upon a choice. A number o names were discussed yesterday as pos sdillllles. There Is no doubt that the organiza tion here desires lo nominate sjme one who will be In favor at the White House ill the event ot President Wilson's rc- eleition. I'oiinir (lovernor c.lynn is u promi nent candidate, lie Is a delegate fiom this State tu the Dem tcratlc national convention and is talked of as the pO"l Idr ti nii-uaiy chairman. Ills lecent re ply to the attack of .Mr Hoot on the Pre-ldcii! i.(s extended ids tcpututlnti 1i..e..t,.l llm I ,.l.tlAU 1,1 ...... s! I II.'. U .1 fr.l!, Illy , I.,'., ,1,1 fact that lie was ov, t w heliiungly dp. i tinted b) Cm. Whitman two )ears ago i against lilm. whati-xct' w iglil may be, gllen to the assertion that his defeat1 was in pirt a protest b) up-State voters j against the treatment of liov. Sulzer at th hands of Tammany. William Church ihoin, who declined ie.-. mly to stand for reelection as chair man of the Democratic State committee. Issued a statement )esterday commend Ing tin services ot Senator (I'dorman and s.i)lng that he hlinself had not )et deleimliietl to announce his i.ihilldac). Samuel l'iiteriu)i'i is also prominently mentioned. There is a possibility that the or ganization ma) turn to Secretary ofj Slati. Itohcn Lansing in tlie event that circumstances p-nult of his withdrawal liotn the Ptes'iletit s hide. Morgan .1, iiHricii is not oeing overlooked, It Is s.ild. and the groping about fot candi dates has extendeil ho far .is the noswi. blliiy of trsmo Amias.sa,ioi- tleranl ! again. The vote for Justice s,-abur ' when lie was elected lo the Court of Appeals has not Ik'pii lo-t tiii.ui tlie or- . mis.. II ion le iii.'ir.. 1 lie Mieugm e showed lii that election is ta'ieii to Hull- cite hl.s popularlt) w.th the rank and file cf the part) and in ma) be ehosen, , altliougli I! Is understood that be may l. a eaudiilate for liovetnor lieiuge .1. i .Mc)er of Huffalo) a delegate at large to lie m. t.ouis convctitloo. s also men tioned Talk o Senator i'i'(.o ttnn's successor on the tiemocratlc side his brni-'sltt for wanl the names i.e venial Hepublic.ins likely to be in the field when the time comes to decide upon candidates, l-'or-tner Congressman William M. "'alder Is an avowed candidate for the nomination Hid Senator Clou I! Iliowo Is being spoken of SI i'e Chairman 1'nsiert. I, C Tat, 11. tin illgb 10 have aiubPlous i-h.ngtoii abo i 'he ilirtct.oi if U. NEBRASKANS FOR T. R. Lull Moose I IiiiImiiiiii s.ij, 1 -j ; P. Ileleuilles In fur Citlonel O. LtNi'ot.N'. Neb. May 4 Twelv. Neluaskas si'c-n ib b-gaier to the puhM.-a-j nation il i .invention are Itoosevelt. although Itisttn. ted for ( m. ns. according to Chan man I-" P. of I He- I for , 'urn- i Cor- i rick of the Nebtaska Moosers Mr Cor tick returned to-ila.v fr, tu a oinferetice with ilenrge W Perkins and is .i.. n.llng j all Ids time winking for Huost-v elfs nom- liiation. I "Twelve of Nebraska's delegation are' fot Hoosevelt and w 11 ill 1 1 inn t I swim to llllll." be a.d , Man) other Cuiirn tw men of the W st ' ale for Co! Ht'Ose-e t and nie w.ll com. to Mm as time g.ns on In Ne Oraska. aside from the few delegates Victor Hosewater has up his sbeve, no I one will hold out ,'lga.tlst P.oieevelt WHEELING CONVENTION TRUCE. . uM, llelecnte for Miiubes, One for nurtnii. Ton iiiieiiininlltnl. WiiKKl.t.xo, W Va , Amy t - The He publican State convention to-day nom tnatid four delegates at large to the Chicago convention, who will protean')- be mippiwcd at the pr'mary on June '. They are Gov. Henry D Hatfield, rx Senator t MV Is I'.lklus, Isaac T .Matin of Hiiiniwell and II. C Hgden of Wheel tig A 1 1 uce was diclaied n the tight o' the Hobiiison and Lillv tactions for con tiol of tin convention and under a cum promise auKenn nt the utter was givci Mann 111 place of l-'n-d Paul Giossi-up o' Charb'ston. who was on the Hoblns.ui si He. but withdii'W- Ills name Hatllcld f.ivois the noiiilnatim of I lushes, (igdi-n is . - 111III. it to liurton. The othei two mi! nmu "luminal. STEVENSON FOR ROOSEVELT. I oloroilo "Sieiini Holler" Leader 'I'liritK to tin Colonel. DK.svKit, Ala) I A sensation was ct cited In Ihe I'irst Congressional ills trict Hepubllcaq 1 onv elitlon lu re to-day. which elected delcgate'i lo the national convention, when Archie Al. Stevenson, who engineered tin1 "steam tollfr" al Chicago four )cars ago, made a i-prrch favoring Col. Hoosevelt for Ptesidi'lil, Stevenson and Italph W. Smith of Denver weie chosen its, delegates. Smith In a speech also ilecl.ucd hlmrolf for Hooscv elt. To-da's election completed Colotado'ri delegalloji of twelve, of these six will be tor Hoosevelt oil the first ballot, four for Hoot, one for Hughes and one for I'ununins. (hi the second ballot. It l.i n-serlcd, eleven will be fm Hoosevelt. TANNER IN WASHINGTON. I hnlriiiitn'ft Visit Iteunrdi'd ns llnv- IllU Presldelillnl Munllteniice. Wasiiinuton, .May i. I'Vedulok c 1 aimer, cliall mull of Hie Heiiiibllcau SIiiIp committee of ,New Vork, canie 10 Washlngtoii to-night lo attend the monthly dinner of Ihe New Voik Hcpiih- 1 llcati delegation In Congtcss, His vlnll ' 1 .... was me uciiieioo ui iiinii,. iiiuiors nn 10 tin significance II might have with li sped to the Hoot boom and uiauy things. Senator Wadswortli said the visit was without tsilltlcal slKlilllcaticp. I'HKlor'a Wife Ma NhnlimpeHri'. VoNKl.iis, N. V., May 4, Twenty Von- kers womeiiH 1: 1 1 1 1 1 m Joined to-night al I the Amuckusslu Club In a Shakespeare celebration. Airs, Arthur (!. .McMillan, wife of tho pastor of the Westminster PtrBbyterlan (.'hutch, enacted the role, of Shakespeare, The costunips and the scenes were on an elaborate scale, Kadi club presented a dlrfiienl scene. ROOT'S 0. K. PLACED ON HEADQUARTERS Dwij- lil Answnis St nt omen I Tluit K.-Sciiiiti' Snvs Hi' Is Xot K 1 1 ti ii i ii ir. IIKST MAX. SAYS l'ASSi:TT .lohn M. Iiwlght, wlio Is In charge ot Hoot headquarU-,s at the Hotel .Man linttan, replied y(erd.iy to the state ment attributed to William I.. Ward ot Westchefler county to the effect that Mr, Hoot had counselled his friends not to work for his nomination nt Chicago, lio purpose of these headquarter is to piomote the noiiilnal'on of .Mr P.oot as a iiindldate for the Picsldcho) ." Vti tiler Cnngressuiai, .1. Sloal aMett, who Is o delegate from I'im'ra to tlie Hi publican national conv eiitlou. W on of the men who ate going about the State rounding up delegates for Mr. Hoot. At he.nlqu triers )eslerda Mr. Dwlght gave i. ul a statement fiom Mr. r.usetl giving b.s teosons fot wlfdilhg to sec Mr. Hoot liomlu.it. d, Il this I statement he said , "This Is no ordinary campaign. Wc cip facing a crisis. This war In Hu tope and the situation In Mexico have developed not only two. but a whole crop of vital, far reaching question of na- tloi.nl and International ionseiUctii e , '"'il I (llll Ollf of tho-e who believe 1'ial tlie best man among tis to gtaupli wil'i these questions and produce a Kith-factor) solution is Klihn Hoot. "I believe there Is no other American wh.ise mete name would cany su h vveuht w .th foreign I lovei nments and with our own statesmen. I believe Ilut his -.paction would give the lost pos sible gua-.antee for an altitude of s.uilt) ond fair pla) on 111,- part of Hie liov cTtimeni i.iwaid al; mteipilsis that could p.tsslbly be offeted " "(if course,-' added Mr. lnselt. "1 cannot speak for the Priigiessiv,-, lmt 1 believe tint those or them t.igelhei with tln-se of out Hcpuhllcaus viho put love will of collllttv above devotion to p'.lltv llii. I it. Mr l!not tlie sot Isf.ieli v I answer to their desire for proM-i"hs along 1 the lines of so.ial Justice and nation it I welfare: and w.t'i the old IP-publlcan 1 1.1 1 1 swinging Inio line IkIiiiuI -u.-li a leader then. ..in ie but "n" out.-one in the fall, and that vv II be tile 1 le. tion of "ur ind'.date " trfmtttht IT ni rfUT ft CllV Af D1U tliltil FOR RENOMINATION Mitchell. Voimir l,iici' in North Ciiroliii.'i. Slio In (i't'niiiir Strt'iiiith. Wt!..,o.N, N r . Mav I -With the pri mal) less th.m a month away Concriss niaii Claude Kltehlti. the Deinocratli! lejder of the House, is facing the tight I of his lite for renoniiiiai Ion in tlie I Ollll . l l II i lionet. t is I . law ) er arolina disli l t W Mitch. II His oi- 011 lie llecaitse of ids oppos.t ,oii to the Wil son piepa redness pi nci .inline Kllchln has lost strength In his district, particu larly among churih people anil a good many business men. according to the Hev T. W Chambllss. "Mi ls stronger than voters outs.de Mitchell the dis - trlet believe." the pastor f.n-s. "He is I ( iovvrnmrtit a hard work, r and Is making an active "In every case that neeum-l In Mexico campaign Many citizens are making a while I was 'rulent the Mexican Gov real fight for him. Huslm s men are rntnent acted as promptly and etlh lently canvnss.ng the district In his In-half urn ii"t the w tongdoei as our own Gov Th" people are for Mitchell" iinm.tit uctnl Pi .simllai 1 im where for- Mr Ch.inibll.ss s.i)s that if Mitchell elgners were attacked In this country I defeated in the foi tliconilug primary he will oppose hem e Klti hlti again two years 1 H b. Teas iltiitng the 'act few )eat-s htm 1 1 ieds o' American were slain hv sold.er- Alii led for l.rniiiidos'H Widow. ie vv.dnw A lienetlt subs, rip: 1011 f"t t and six children of the Spatrsh ion, piser Hnrlque Granados. who lo-t his life on the Channel steamer llssex v.-ll , he taken up In Washington by the , Sp.ml-h Ambassador and In .New Vork 1 h) the Consul-General of Spain. K .laviff Salaf The willow- anil cniiureu have b en left practically v.- thout means of support nks &(immattH Broadwav at 34lh Street Neverbreuk Hundred WARDROBE TRUNK 'JsN , , hr Price $20 Roomy not bulky. Big enough yot small enough. Holds six suits or twelve dresses. Only trunk with a removable garment rack. Guaranteed not to break. Can't cost excess. The most-for-your-moncy trunk on the market. taks Luggage Drparl infill QUIGG ASSURES ROOSEVELT HE WANTS HIM AS NOMINEE "Out of Politics," but Will Do All He Can for Colonel in Chicago Convention Alfred I. (hi font Is Also a Caller. Col. Itooicvclt did not call Justice Hughes a Haptlt hypocrite. It watf rcporled that Dip Colonel had applied tlili sobriquet to the Associate i Jnstlcu of the HimiPiuc Coutt, and yes-1 let-day the Colonel Issued tho following denial of that report. The exact phrase- r olovty which the Colonel was alleged lo have made use of was "that Uaptlat h) pot-rite." "This," said the Colonel. "Is Just as plcposterous as If II had said that Mr. HtighcN had called nip a Dutch Heformed dinosaur. One -statement would be Just as true as the other and Just as ridiculous " In reply to another critic yesterday the i:cnlnu IW the Colonel Imued a second statement hearing on what be had said In his addtes.s befoie thu Methodlt Social L'nloji about the seven and a half )cars of peace during tho HoosevidC Admlnl'-tratlon, and making it known to Senator Stonp, iih well as Ids newspaper ctltlc, that not an Ameri can was killed by a representative of Mexico or any fotelgn nation while he was in tlie White House, l.eoioel 111) liiluu h Culler. In In tween tln.se shots the Colonel gave up part of his time In town )ei-i tcrday to receiving iiinnnir his visitors at Hie olll.'es of the .1 f I oiotifutl .1ilfltl-, :lne Lemuel I'.ly (Julg.. .Mr. Qulgg left the Colonel's private otllco smiling ui in. ill), but he had nothing lo ray exicpl thai he was out of politics. Mr Qulgg wants Itoosevelt to be the licpuhll.'.Ni num. nee for President the Colonel when asked about Mr. ijuigg's visit said . 'He came to see about pmcurlne my iiom'natinn, hut )ou had better ask him al.. nil that." "Mr. yulgg s.i)m he's out of politics, Colonel." 'Then that settles it ' ' the grinned. llxemiils lliitiillt Urn wis. What Col. Itoosevelt said In his more formal statement regarding his Admin - istiatlon was; As for tlie statement that tnerican I""' "lO'oereu in .,,e ' 'oai I Maieu l""'r uves on tor.ign so, tnroiign ',''1'" foreigners during tu) admlnls- a, on ..ir. .-unie i miHiaken. 1 saio 'ba' -i Ametlcatis weie -lain b) repre. sentatlv.M of any fotelgn nation' Th - quiii.it ions in the ll'orW and In the Post irfi- to .erta.n Amen, an killed In .. awls b) band.ts or in mob conflicts and 10 four American'! hilled by Vauul In- i i ai-s Noi one of t'lesc null was kllhd ! hv a representative or r. prej.entatlves of .Mexico or any other fotelgn nation. (if coutse ever)- )ea:, everywhere every country. cltlins of that lountry ..I'd oivaslotinl foreigners an Ullle-i by oi.lmarv criminals and th' even In great vi id cities When I was oti the I. ttl Missouri -n the old d.ivs an ICng. l's'iii..in was killed by Sioux Indians not tat f i run me When I was I'olhc Com mis, onei a Herman was killed by gun men near the llowi rj Hut neither Senatoi Stone not th" rVt'f-nftip Post nor the H'oild would In their more sober nioiiirntt. sa) that either the Sioux or the guntnin were i epresentatlves of the Amen, an ilovernnirn' or the Ameriian ppnde Vlevlco Ven d l'rolnill , During the '.ne ilia' I was President o. . is nu.il Ameri.au tourists got Into ttoilhle in 1etta.l1 quaiters of the big Putopeaii capital, but no man In h s nsi'.i would have charged that the toughs, the Apaches, who assaulted them. whether In London, Pars, It-rlm or I Vienna, were 'representative of foreign 1 "' 'Uicrctice. tneretoie. i.s that who wr. reptesentatives of tiie Mexican 1 alio', ! pre sen'.atives i.f the men whom rnr Govcnment was treating on terms o' f 1 1 e tii Is ' 1 'p at.il alliance and were furnish ing arms to them, and whereas In other casesi tlase Americans were sla.n and American women ravMie-1 by .Mexicans w th w honi the r presentatlves of the Alex an Government declined to Inter fere or refused to punish, during the v .1 01 my Ptps-der ) the Mexic.v, c.vri net" took pre,se'y the kind of t it .ii nst the offending 'avvhreakei.s "3K 11 ij) as the American liuvcinnieut ilr.it tooii In similar cases. "In other words, my statement was exactly and precisely accurate. Not an Atnet han, man, woman or child, was slain by the representa'tlves of any foi -eigu nation during the time thai I was in the Presidency, and, moieover, when ever an American was slain or man handled in a foreign country he got fiom the representatives of that country ex actly the same action on his behalf that In similar cases wo ourtclvcs took when foreigners were mistreated by crltiiiii.il.i In our country, "During tlie present Administration, on llin conlraty, the .Mexican forces rep leselitlng the men whom this (lol-crn. - J W i... . KV. ......... ... i.. knowledged to be such or with whom It entered Into treaties of alliance, have killed or wounded scores of civilians and soldiers on our own soil and a still latger number of Americans In Mexhan terri tory, and have ill-honored and Insulted tlie Hag Willi every conceivable gtossness and have refused to atone for outrages or lo cease committing them or lo punish those who committed them. "So thesp acts have been, as I said, done, by the representative-, of the for eign nation in question." Other lnilorlHlil I'allrr. Alfred I do Pont, al the head of the Hepuhllcaii delegation to thu Chicago convention from Maryland, was another of tlie Colonel's callers -.vesterda), as were (I. K. Davis, secretary of the Pro gtesslvo National Committee , Victor lluerta, son of Vlctorlatio Huert.i; L II. Van Vnlkeiibuig of Philadelphia, Ham ilton l'i-li, Jr, James It. ilaillcl'l of nlilo i n,.j James P. ,t. Archbald, the man who earned the fatuous Diimha letters. A letter was made public )istcrd.-i) which Col Hoosevelt xvtote to I. II. Schwnii of t'.i'O I'ast 103d street, Cleve land, nlilo, saying that h Is not seek lug the nomination and Is not In the leas' Interested In his own I political fortunes. The Colonel's n Colonel 1 spouse was called forth by Mr. Schwan's , suggestion that the Colotnd "tone down" some of Ills statements about Iteliiliim so that he might command the votes ot 1 t.u .....I I.I..I... -TO.. . ... I , .." ' ,f 1 ,;,,',; , ,. .,ttl ,, hvphetiated votes, he will , m , )fKl , ,-,,1 li..,,s,.veli ini.t..H i.:...i-- i n...r i'.'o, Senator Stone ay .,tP jesterday afternoon, bir. be hat no Americans t, r.,..i,.,,i i,, .... i, ,,, , his way through a crowd of a (.nip!" hundred icrsons who hid gathered in , the street waiting for him to appear, , 1 nev had seen the sluqile little initials , "T. It.' on the limousine at tlie curb. COLBY SAYS T. R. WILL RUN. 1 h,r" 1 -r I lulu Piedleleil l.j r .terse) I'rou resl p l,enl''r, Nkwauk, N. J.. May t. -Lveiett Colb) told forty men at the organization of tlie Itoosevelt Noli-Palllsall league here last night that the Colonel would again become a candidate on a third ticket if the Hipublhati national convention in Chicago next month should nominate a piotmunced reactlonaty. Wilbur A. Molt wanted to know- If the ion-pal tlsan league wan keen for re peating the tesull In l!"i; by miking the Hepiildican party pay the penalty tor turnit low 11 Hoosevelt. Mr Colin replied that the Colonel was not tnkltu Hi position that unlcs.s he was nominate, be would If the third fundidate The Colonel's, idea, a. cord ing to Alt. C.lbv, was that If the imi- cntl. m in making the nomination dis regarded the will of the people the Ip puhllcaiis would have another third pirty light on their hands James Al. Seymour, Jr, a Democrat, was elected president of the new branch of the league. Prominent among those lili'Mtit Were Lewis K. Hrown, executive sectetary of the New- Vork leigii". Will lain V lrd, one of the two Hoosevelt lb legates elected 111 the .New Jersey prl ' manes . Howard S. Dodd. A.xel V." Me 'ken. Arthur HcPner. Hai-lsoti Van Duyne. Kdgar Kn.-ipp of Hhitabeth. II II. Tucker of South orange, .Prome T Con gleton and IMw ird N l.ea.-h. secietary ot the I'nioti count) Prog: essives Saks Suits $17.50, $20 and $23 lor men who wan. something better than these prices usually afford I Most popular-priced dothes arc like a certain low-priced automobile thev have no distinction in are so painfully i , , identity i.s absorbed rather than expressed. ji That is precisely what does not happen at Saks'. J We have kept to the low level of popular prices, but we have elevated the style of the clothes, giving to the tailoring those fine distinctive touches which reveal char acter and conceal the cost! J The models prove it. and the fabrics, too. J At these popular prices you the cleverest variations ropolitan clothes, including gle-breasted effects, models, and the latest novelty, the pinch back suit, which is a corker for style. tailored in blue Jlannets and serges, in new Variations of bruWn, original shades of gray, and countless other fabrics of chaiacler which you cannot find elsewhere at these prices. Broadway at MOOSE SET CAMP FOR CONVENTION Chit'imo Itpiriiis to Slum Activ ity us AiIviiikt (fimnl A reives. II IHJI'A NTKRS rilOSK.V Clltrvi.o, May 4. With the arrival In Chicago to-niotrnw of Oscar King Dav s, secntaiv of the Piogresslve National Committee, and the opening of the Moo-e national headqiiartets local parly ehUfs began to. day pteparing In earnesl for the cotninv of the Heiuhllcatt and Pro gressive national conventions on June 7 Ph llinili.u) lo the a i rival of thu national leaders the local Progressive commitiie let contrart.i for J.fiUO con vention badges They nie similar to thoe In use at the convention lit in 12, but more expensive The midalllon Mis letidid fiom the lop bars bears the like ness ot Washington, Jeli'etwou and Lin coln. 'I he Prognsive hcadquartet s w.ll lej located m th,, Auditorium Hop I. Following quickly after Hie Piog.e nve satit W. ." Stoii-, hergeatit-at-aruiii ot the Hepuhllcaii National Committee, has telegtaplied that be will bo here Sun day. Ills arrival will be followed clo.s. Iv 1.) Hie opening of ;. (I. p, national com mittee hr.iilipi.il Iith in the Congrosi Hotel, which will be In charge of Jamm H. Iteyiiohls, secretary of ihe national committee, A roundup of the local hotels sii..ivs that the mauaucrs h,.ve been active site,. Chi. igo was chosen for the convention All rooms In all hotels In the ihnv mow 1. dletllet have be. n taken toi the collVel -tlon week, the second In June The i.'oi. gress and ''.. Annex will be the .eiiire of "inventl'll lieadqildrtt t s Thitl) Statis have niadu leseivatious at vari ous hotels States which will have, heiulquarten III the (.'oiigresi Hotel ate I 'allium a, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois. Indiana. Iowa. Idaho. Kentinky. Massachusetts. Mu lligan, M. nut sola. Molilalia, Mi solli , New- Vol It. New lerse) . Nebraski, New Mexico, 1 1I110. Oklahoma, I'.iin.- I v .11.I.1, H'.io'l" Island, Tentit ssee, Virg ti a and West Vltglnia. Katlsas Ht.ll I'tah will I.e I... .Ile.l .. the ud.torniin. Marvlatid ainl Ne.v Hampshire at Hotel La Salle. U P .,1 ,1 .md I it la wai 11 -at the Katsetholt. s-niiii Dakota at tin Palmer Hons,., Louis .01 at the Sir itford. North Carolina al Lexington and I'lorlda at tlie Grand ltle Headquarters for eight Pres.de t undulates hive lieett engaged at f'ongrees Th, v are Theodote H. ve.t. Livinn.e V Sheriiim. i.'h.irl"- 1'atrbaiil.s. lo'm W. Wee', , U 11 ilen yinllh. Theodore . liurton. II I) i:st.ibrook. 1 1 1:1 11 1 I: Hot,, Albert it Cuiiiuiin-- th. Pi. Ill W V. ff .1 BURTON SEEKS NO VOTES HERE. Ills Mitiiiiucr lli'iindliiles II ,11 di on 1 . ferM III .New X urls. AslllMiToN, Mav 1 To. :!.' "K siatement was issued -. -!: x 1 .1 W.i -,:ngton hradipi itt. i - of Tie 1. 1 I. llurloii, fornuili- Senator fi.,01 "Mt.o. "en his ictiirn to Wushiiigiu t''. mnrning the atlentSiti of G1.111 I 1 ; .Mount), who l maiiogin.' lie nnncon at t.. lioinliiati Air. P.iiii.n. I . t ... c ili'n.-v nt lie coiintlg Heptlo .an 1 11 il . onveiitioii. was lallid in, :a t ' at Ite'lis, hail .Mill Ml.nsl.fl .11 fl', N. w Vork impels, siituig thu lliiito: I I. qii.it tirs bad liein opeu.vi !, th.n , 111 der the diiccili.n of .unml A'lx.ni. r Cohen 'Alt. Moine) said he km w ali-olutil)-lio'hlug about this and that 11111 ar rat.gemetn or atiiioun. I'liictit of P. is kind was .-iit'i rlv without cithir tin' know,, edge or oiilhoi.ty of himself u- Mi Hu . ion. He s.i 1 1 etiiph it-'all) that the llin- toll people did tint have tllO KlllotesI 11.. tetitton of estllbllsliitig headipi.l' P rs In New Vork. Hi' said they would 11, ,t do this 1 eu f t icy fill that It in ght prove ulv artogeoii. as long as there was the poss-i,)tt ri.it New V'"k might p"em to the . onvi lit. on a a'i.liti ,.f its ow 11 their lines and they all alike that, the owner's we can show in smart Met-close-cut sin- new double-breasted 34th Strict ' 4 9 . t..J:.-A..v.lif'Vf ..' 'T".