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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1016.
NAMES A "SAFETY ST. LOUIS, IN CONVENTION CARRANZISTAS FAN 50,000 MARCH IN BRONX DAY PARADE FUND OF $2,000,000 IS NOW THE AIM OF ALLIED BAZAAR If it was simply a case of voting for a National Beverage FIRST" TICKET garb,wearswilson buttons mw mm D, Si Gifts So Numerous That the Big Charity in Grand Cen tral palace Will Continue for Another Week Russian Day Crowd of 55,000. Oliver Osbornr Ttcllcvc-. Tlmt Hiis:Ih's nml Oillcl to' Would Oct 'Km Trunin:: nml Coiitir. Wnsliiiifrton Oravoly Con (prtii'd Over Agitation in North of Mexico. Aftpnionn IVosrrntmne Cur tailed Somewhat on Account, of the Dampness. 4 SO SAY1X(J, MI'. VAXISIIKS CincAoo, Juni D While lookln? .trntinil thl morning tltt reporter butnpcil Into Ollv r Qjbornn near thei corner of Michigan iinil Jackson boule'vaids nml learned from tlic well known Now Torkcr that Oliver had Just drciI'd Into town to boom the Hon. John Kin-.; C. Ollltttf of Msachusctt!i an a rimiiliij? mate for Hushes. Ticket. Hurtie and (UllHte, Slognn, Safety t'lrst Oliver added that he would not be julto ready tn hprltin tlio eiife-iy r.uur manufacturer f itiitiiu at tlm Coliseum for a day or two, however, to i-r)M It Is only fair t Oliver to w irn u-mler Ik sy llttlu an possible aWn the HiiKhes-Ollle'td combination until Ollvi-r It. nil r .idy to clear for action. It was iice5ted to .Mr. 0linrni tint one tlr;ivv!.i. k to the nomination of .1. Klnc C. Gillette- for the Vlce-t're-ddi-ney win, that partialis hie nuulltl atlon- were unknown to the iivrriisc voter. Oliver laueheil N'ortiflitly. "You nn-'lit a well say," he i-rlrd, "that a ticket compovil of rihver Os borne for I'reMdcnt, Charlie Ilo!s for Vlce-rre.!ileiit, vwiuiil be unkimn n to the aver.iRe voter .Vntilr n Hiiiisi-IhiIiI AViirit, "Yenine man, th name of John Kins r'olton Ulli-lte, like tlio name of I lobar! Ohatfleld Chuttu lil-Taylor, are a li me hold word in he land. HinjheK and 'M I tto . why. there's tuithltm to it ticket like that would set them lining and vomln;. eteiin ehuMii and I'optili' alike." Ills ent'itiMn.-m n t prntioun,vd that nobody had the heart to tm-ntlAn to him the self-evident fact tli.it tills lati i effort to corral the vote, eif the lurtiers' union for Himlier ik perfectly rnll.ii-lotl!-. It C"c. without 'lie Jliat any body named I'tllte-tir nn ethic up mi.Ii a voting barb-r -.'..iilil result m fi-Undll-news omethln? 'Ike the inlerrhani:i of irrettlngs b4tevti u iimple nf Hr:iv tigers. Therefor eerybily Maudlm; iitinind Oliver In Mli'lil.mti axenue let him stroll Great Demand for Seats and Tangle Over Tickets Gov. Major and Senator Owen Boomed for Marshall's Place O'Gqrman Suddenly Cancels Reservations. Sr. Lout, Juno 3. Thin city bejtan to Senator Wagner Mre now at Kronen l.lck prepare In eurnest to-day for the com'.ni? le.Mlnt, up In preparation for the'r of the Detnocratlo ho.t HaK, ,,7 Miiitlnir went up over the fronts of build- ! National Committee to-day that he would lngs. Lithographs uppuired In store, . bo tinablo to attend tho convention. He windows, and barrels of Wilson buttons ( "sked that his reservation at the Jef- hT.TkJ" ':,b ,npr" nr -,-v,',rr'"-',;;"";i'"- to Hotel lobbies began to hum with tlie- (lttetil the convention has enured u lot new business and tho very atmosphere of talk aiound the hotels. Senator Tag seemed charged In expectation of the -':,rl 'l"ll tlmt the report was correct. ,i . ii.i. ,i . ,,Jt Mr. Mack confirmed It to-night, .luadretmlal political carnival. S(,M.ll(1. 0.aprn,alli who ,M delegate at I.otiK before tho night chill was out of huge from New York, gave no reason tin al, Senator Thoniaii Tuggart and i tor his declilon. National Committeeman 13. V. tloltin tvere making a survey of the Coliseum, where day ami night forces of workmen arc busy. After talking with the con tractor they called up National Chair man McCoinbs at Chicago on the tele phone and told liltn that they had decided to reil"iiblc the number of cjrp. titers, electrical workers and cli.tturs In the hope of having the building ready for the decorators b) Sunday morning. A ImIcom extending out from the old one and running finitely around the auditorium except oxer the platform Is being erected, and this extenmi, i calculated to solve to some extent tin old problem of getting morr than a I'Mt Into a pint bottle. The sub-coni-iiilitec op arrangements s believes the Coliseum will get away with the crowd, but admits that the trick will not be done without a lot of disappointment nt(r DrmnnH for Ticket. I'or, In spite of the oft heard reni.it k that this convention of the l'emoor.its is to be little more than a ratltlcation nuetlng. the sub-commlttec has been swept off Its Ret by the heiivi- demand for tickets. IJvery mall brings requests for batches, of them. The hotels report that the demand for accommodation ex. leeiN the most sanguine expectation". While the Jcffer-on Is apparently to be the c ntre of the Democratic gathering th" rtul convention hall, us Senator Tti?gait remarked this morning the other hostelrlis are to get their share. As all example of wli.it Is exiieot.d It was Htiliiiiliieeij tii-itay tint the Southern on peacefully and disappear. Jus, , J ", , SJir r S , T'lJZ " """"nten, a- a tnaWe-httt. lower Hroariwav. .Manhattan. .ooie mouths ag " l- htm .troll on .mil ills appear ref Mie a. 'leniiMidat.'in of lln, -nttoti il'nr- fter Hie convention It will b refurnished and opened forntallv. V iri ' ,!',r. i bo.lle, and clubs are preparing haps forevci when Ihe'e was . rift In' None of the members of the e-ommlt- tie Is hazarding any guesses us to the Identity of the person who l reported to be coming here with the Idea of rep resenting President Wilson at tho con vention, i) I'lnns for Women Delruntes. The Kati.il Fuffrago league of Kt I.ouls Is planning to entertain the women delegates to the convention. Kansas, California, Ariz -na, Vashlngton and Wjomlng havu women tu their delega tions. Itesldes these women, other suf fragists uie expected for tho suffrage demonstration next Wednesday. Many of them will be from Chicago and they expect tcj appear before tho resolutions committee In ndvocacy of a slKTrago plank In tho platform. There wilt be no parade here. The demonstration Is to be the formation of n "golden lane" from Twelfth street, where Democratic headquarters nrn lo cated, to tho Coliseum. The women are Just going to line Washington avenue, and as the delegates pass down the lane to the convention hall they arc ojtpectod to be much Imptessed. The Iiqual Suffrage League baa en gaged quarters at the Warwick Hotel In addition to Its heudnuarters In tho Hall way Exchange llulldlng. and several rest rooms far the visitors have, been set aside at the. Y. W. C. A, Tmiicle urr Tickets. V ifinal Committeeman Norman 13. Maik and Jiiines K. Smith, president of the St. Uul. ltulness .Men's Le.-iKiie. were In confereme tiv-nlght trying to straighten out an ugly situation arising out of the distribution of convention ticket- The National Conventions As "O'MaMon, whli h U'ged the 1'einoeratlo National Coiiu'iittef to hold the i onven tinn In Si Louis, olfered to lal-e Jinn,. nit'i from It membership, wlch con- HOSTILE FEELING GKOWS WASlltVaTos', June J. Gravest con cern Is felt In Htato. Department circles to-night over reports received lato this afternoon tending to show a rapid spread of antl-Amerlcan sentiment throughout northern Mexico. From fialtlllo, Monterey Hnd Durango, as well us from Chihuahua city, advices Indicate that the, Mexican populace throughout the northern tier of States Is seething with hostility toward Ameri cans, which th Carninz authorities, far from attempting to check, are In many instances actually encouraging. Heports show that In all of these townH and elsewhere agitator friendly to If not representing tits Carmnza authorities are staging masn meetings and parades In protest against the con tinued prrsencc of American troops on Mexican soil. Americana who hav dis regarded the warnings of the State De partment to leavo the country aro said to b anxious to get to the border, only to find In somo Instances thut Interrupted railroad service makes this Impossible. Among thco most active In ntlrrlng up the antl-Amerlcan feeling la De La Knsa, who recently waa reported head ing for the Hlg Bend section of Texan to make a new raid. With numbers con stantly Increasing De La Hosa, aided by another Mexican agitator named Bezano, Is reported to be plundering all Ameri can properties he run find. Currnnsa Ignores HeqtieM. .It was leanr-d to-night thsl the State Department has urged the Carranza au thorities to capture Do La Hosa and dls perso his following. No attention, how ever, has ti'eii paid t' these rpreenta Huns and the leader Is (Mjimltted to rom at will. He Is said to to particularly frlvnillv to tieti. N.ifamttc, the Cir- lanza commander at Tamplco. who has len resronlbIo for tho hardships Im posed on American oil oiieratoi.s. ar ago Nafaretto commanded the par ONE FATAL ACCIDENT lh.l I'. " '" r""",;rf V1 S-annot get Into th.. hotels. fliiiu ters for delegation and visitors wiioi slsin of tmslniss bousvr and Individual-, i rtto ut Matamorus at a time when serp ontion !, iii i.v have lntleel. have I been bathloi? dleago fur days The, mn, wincli lia.l I.... i :i aking a complete 1 Jerus.ileii! iviny ul it..lf sue e .Munila iit. t"k .1 b.nS ii .M'chlgan avenue1 Just a- thre. nole.l statesmen of the nilddl. Went. I'ltilej IVt.f Dunne,' Oeorge ,. n and Tom i y I'owii, came up (01 air Hid Miolbd out Into tho siinllgnt. VXell.lli. HllK 1 in Poni'twdy dug 'ip a .-ouple of welkins somewh'ri lite la-t nliiht and Installed one In each con", -ntloii hall early this morniroi, .h-re b. j.itrlotn walloped them a'l .lay until ii,e welkins rang and rang an.l n.nc Th-. large. .v ..ior raucous welkin as ii- fed up mi a proniliiftit p..t fight Delegates began to drift Into town to- da itn bv one they soug'U out th" iMtlonal committee headquarters no the first floor ot th Hotel J.tTirson N'a tionsl Coinmltteetiieii Norman K Midi ot New Yuri!. I.. I C.oltra of Mis sourl, Charles Hoehntc.in of Illinois, Col. ltobcrl lowing of Lon'stana. J. Hiuce Kremtr of Montana. '. II l.re of Ohio, William V Sapp of Kansas and Senator Taggart have been -baking hands all day and seemingly doing n"t mil. ll I We Hnifcrly Wutcti hleHK. The despatches from Chicago are be ing read e,.?r! at..l ?o far at ir heie They fi.lt short of this amount by ious troubo was thnvitened liecauso of SHi.noO. due, it Is, said, to tin t.illure of the constant firing by Mexican soldiers me rmiroau i ompameb in i nmrinui Matumorcs Into American territory In these clrcumMaiic.'s th. Ituslnr-s j j.est reports placed De La ltosa In .i i. ...-.it. i.. iiM..-..i.-.i i.. ..mi mis i tn. V1e!riltv of I.aredo Heading in tno ill- organization succ.eiled in raisins 1! I rs.t0n of Zapita, Tex. Gen. I'uiistoii nun from tu, .I.Oco membrs. e..eh con-1 1l5ortj thu t-day .is a rumor. Indl tilhutor being und-t the l.npres-ioii that ,Rn t tn, wnt tlmo that h had he was to r-elve a ticket However. t,k(.n tfpll ,n .3j otf th i,an,i ,y when tho allotment was made of the , ,,.,,I)Htchlng a troop of thi Kourteenth I.tnio tickets distributed to tho assoela- j f.'y l0 Zapnta. Hon t'l'v ot onlv :. , ' nni. f the tetiorts of this growing To satisfy its 3.m"i membtis uitb :00 .,m.,v.erlcan feeling are disturbing ad- ticket, obviously was out of the .pies , f dKtnteretted (llnlomatla tlon. so to-da Mr. Mnlih antwunrrd that svurc" to the effect Hint agents of a d.ll. to thenise'ves Mr .I.iek, Senator Tag- ue. u.wl l!,,L,- .villi, v ill lire ..trl III stem In the hotel lobbte goes there Is i ,l)k nf .i,rmlll(. (,ri!aiiiratoi. i-enrent Democratic sntNfaet on with ,-.,s, ,i in ..,.n its ;fin tickets it J.mi t the udtt .rlum I the ec. ptlon of e'en.itor Haiilltur? ke' r.t,.h ,n any H.p,h..r eho wouid buv a ,d out ' loojf '.'"I I pl'i 'e I've liii'.'ii.i w.l kin which, al'l'ougo i t-.ir for punish ment, had th. br it. beaten mil ot tt long before !- ulgiit s s-sslon was ad Journtd. The smaller and mor- fia'll. welkin, which was deeoeate.1 with large t jw t of S3' In rlbbm. was hung 'n tin i"ll feuin, where the H.publ.an den-aaiis sftr r,,iiifVi ln In II, tl.. .-I.i.'k iiiz.-tl blankly at It foi a nine." but llnally senator Taggart r.o'e ri'cli and thf platform id.jpt'd i,, reoni'ii- l ti, itepupiicanr t nc raiiuii it unlej- the Natlnnil t immltteeinen die-., ..,.,. ,..,..r.,.ni ne n.-ttv.. not onlv g.ng.d son,.- of the tl.-kei. they allotted ,, i. .,.., but elsewhere through Latin America, endeavoring to Mir up oiiru-i f the I'lilted Stater, and Its purposes Thise aentr ti r" said to bo carrying ..n i propaganda with a single view to oreventlng the rr.lti'd Stv.es from Bc.ttlui: at.; pMnanM trade advantages whllo i Hurope Is at war. r'. eipl- The ..p rlbtilo'- fcni . ituatlon lias eie.tted n miisterid up couragi right up and clmi it soViiely mou;l on the wrist to make It tinkle and tinkle and tinkle. Insta c i'i. welkins took up nil tli pre-convt.. .v i ir.'ii.s of th t nmrn'Mg 'rom dawn no' dvoied tu t!. niual'y tedloua wo.'! ..f 'nisting and las enlt.j stout vvrapjin'j twine around the out ilde walls and ro. t if the Andirurlum Moose sard .tv'.tns' th tlrst l'rogrers,- pitrlo pi ent-r Hepuhlican convention to make any dril. ..on( fl,,., 0f tellng ber n.l .Mr isinltli tllte proposal tn Its preparedness plank , reports that the business men are cettlng , and Its approval of President Wlk-on's angrl'r every m'tittte attitude mi the woman suffrage uues- I TRAINS FOR TAMMANY. can platform makers f..utuj thein.)ve, "I''s a w Ishywush' document,' "ild ecretnrj MiilMi soil 't'ren surer ... ... .. I... .lie ..III, ill.... ., .in T n 11. N.MII1I-. ...... ..i il. t i ares sav aiivimim ii nooseven. ana i.VUMi if ihii," " . -. .. ...... ....... ....!. -.1 ni..li.. ItAn-kiu ,C t.lVC US 11 OOOS1. 11 IIS true ll..l . l.il.l i-nm.i in.', ii. iii- L.ijiw.i.ir, .v- I'resldrnt Wll-.m has lulled the Amerl-; retny and treasit'er reapectlvelv of can people to sleep you cm bi they Tammany Hall, villi tako the trail to tire feeling ptftty safe under his guld- i d.i.v f..r St l.ouls as remit fur the three iihie " tr.ilnlo.id" of braves who will K-avu on Tlir busiest man lu th. clt . .v I Monday for the h.ipp hunting ground" i:illutt . Mater, wh) Is mil- lot a of the Peuiucrut I eov.ntlon Charles Vlce-Pr. sblential boom Althoug i he r. Mnrphv is ,ilr..nlv within a sl. tuis an apartment In the Ho'c-1 Jeiffr- irrlv.il ot tlio 0" ht boomers had o go to the ll,,.t ciaiiters nniei to mm iieaiiiju.il iers ne ...ji. i n,.,,.. ,. in, tn its aoing a lot or n itiusiiaunig nini- u, . v... .ul.. 1 ...ii. -e .,;i.-i but his candidacy Is In the Immediate 1 sunlan to be evening Monday' bii'ilrtine riioi.. ',, i.'-eV to ihe s-a'.. of 1 ''hat-go of W. T. K mpi r, president -f , the smallest Taminauv excursion tn a IllincW and of m-tilllng stout oak-m I h oiinuerce I rust Couipani ul Kan-I long tlm rlll..,.. I., fs... . . ...1. ..f .e.il - ...i-ii... .. ... "' ,.,s'"ir, ,lll"eilllf . null. in 111" I ' e lls,laiuc. at I'reuli Kb k. Ind Sberur Al Fm th 1- nlre.ul.v on the grouml Perhaps because tho St. Kouls ci .ei,. tlon proinls.." tu be loo eveluslv. 1 W.l- Will Ii" ' . oli row o so that 'i ex-e'.i al'.v .motli.iial niv ments ihu Moos. tl. legates could have something to gnaw at Instead of biting the building and the orchestra chair" full of holes as they b,ive b en doing every few minutes since last AVednes day t. hare .n Dnlr.inees. Bcfoie these details could be attended to, however, some thoughtless cf.i.i mul have Itt down tho b.ir. The deiet-atfs charged upon trie Auditorium .ntr iu.es with a t cream, wheieupon the workmen promptly dropped their tools, and be gan to shin up the ntppnrte of the a Hums. , llv. ise Coiii.iussli.iier of St Kouls, and L), C Midung, eii.uriu.iii of the Oettiecr.itlc Stale comniltte". Thomas Arthur, rlinlrmati of the Democratic State eommlttee or .Mon tana, atrlved to-dav with the 1 1 . 1 h i .i -tlon that bis Stat'S eli,tt voles bad been pledged to Vlre-PrcMilcnt Marshall on a tluke and that tiov. Major probably would get them. Doom for Second I'lnee. Thouiuf. K, Wade, a delegate from Marlow, Ukla., got lure with a Vice. Presidential Ikioiii hWo. lie said that the delegation from his State was com Theio will be 10" on the tin.-., trains, will .1 will be run nvir ihree rall oul the llrle, N'ew Yoik iVi t nil and Pe'i'isylv am i. Tom 1'olev. Thomas 1' M.-Avny and Charles W Cul kin will bo In charge of tho trains With the excursion will no John It. Voorhts. tho venerable grand sachem, who never misses h national convention if he can help It The hotels Majestic and Mar 'Hieite w II be the headquarter of the Tammany men IT'S TTNAlTsAYS McADOO. If Hronx workers In Manhattan were In a little more of a hurry than usual yesterday to get home they were Justified because It was "Hronx Day," the grand fete day of the borough and county on the north. It was celebrated with a half holiday all over The Hronx. There was a parade of 15,000 school children In the afternoon and a big demonstra tion and parade at night, In which It is estimated that 69,000 persons took part. The afternoon programme waa curtailed on nccount of the dampness, but the eve ning demonstration went oh as sched uled. There was one fatal accident to mar the day The school eh dren began their pnraoe nt I ;30 o'clock nt (Iratid Concour-ii and lt'.Tth street and nurched past tue re viewing stand at Ilurnsldc avenue and ISftth street, rollowlng the children's parade there were games In the parks The evening parade began ut S :30 and lasted ueveral hours. A cordon of montited polleo cleared the way through tho crowded streets, and following the pollen were about TiOO automobiles Major Josejih I. licrry of the Second Uattallon was grand inuridial of the military division, led by the Hlghth Coast Defence command. Other military or ganizations participating were the six ty. ninth Infantry. Twelfth Infantry. Twenty-second Knglneers, Hospital Coips. Second Held Artillery Following the military dlvWlon came Uoroush President Mathewt.on In an automobllo and the Plattsbur, Military Training Uattallon, Spanish-American War Veterans, Legion of I'otelgn Wars Veterans, Sons of Veterans, Oliver Til den Camp, No. 25, Hoy Scouts : First Naval Hattallon Cmlets. American Guards Cadets, Junior Uuard CadetM, Lono Star Hattnllon. Washlngton HelghtM Hattnllon. St. Oeorge Hattallon and Uattery I. Second Field Artillery. Tho civic division was headed by Richard W. Kawrence. marih.il. followed by various fraternal orders, Y. M. C. A. members, Scotch Highlander hands. Hronx social clubs and a suffrage delega t'on In white with vcllow sashes. The only fatal accident of the day occurred when Morris tioldman, It. rushing from bis home at $4.1 Peek street to view the parade, was struck and knocked down by an auto tnirk owned by Kotiergan Urns and driven by Michael tlurofalo, -12 Hast lEOth street When an ambulance from Lincoln Hos- nltil arrived tho Ix.y was dead. The driver was arrested, but later paroled tu the custody of his employers. CORONER BLAMES HEALERS, i Threnlens Action Wter llrntti f To-Vrnr-nid lloj. As the result of the ittalh last Tue? das of William .liirgen". Jr.. I sears old. of 4t2 Jamuli.i avenue, U.ist New York, Coroner Frank S. Senior said last night that he would summon two women Chrl-tlsn Science healers to te.mlfv at an Inquest to be held to-day or to-morrow. According to the Coroner, tho child died from heart eakne following 111 tiess from diphtheritic sore throat. Tin. buy had been III four weeks, and was treated by th two women. Two plijil clans were called on Tuesday afttrnoot but It was. too late. I'nder tho clrcum. stances they declined to Issue a de.itli certlllcate. Coroner Senior Is Interested also In the death few weeks ago of a little girl who la said to have visited the home of no uncle of Willlmi Jorge;, Jr The Jurgens child, according t.i a report, was t.n.ei to the house while she was there 'Pile Coioner Is Ilexes t' e girl may li.iv ntr.i.'ted her fatal ii nes from him It was said yei'.erdny hWo that dur. Ing her little brothers Miners Helen Jurgens. 'J years old. continued to at tend Public Si'hool No s. where s n I'ame In contact w ith ores ..t litt.li . i. dily. t'oron-.e Semor raid . after the Inque't be mlulit lay the fan's in uie case betore the i.iatid Jury and s.eit fur the Indictment of tlm Christian Se n li tis. ..ii ,i charge of mausliiughter bash avenue elevated r illroad structure , hig 230 strong on Sunday, and that by tue end or tue weeh tney vvoiiiu nav. c ose nv. id srinir nieanwn e fir i e n. , Inasmuch a one 'euiv ..t mutter can- 'n'erybod shouting for Ptiltnl States not occupy two .IWlln. I sp.i.e- at the i fteiiaiot ttuueri I. 'Jeii as a i annul uc am time all the moc. t lnstn'ideis for the hnej of Tom VPirsnill here for tue conventiun w-ho are A vacant store opposite the .leifeison fortunate enough, or unfortunate enouirh, i was decorated to-day In anticipation of ... .i... .. .. i i i. .a the arrival nf the .iitv;inee i-li.iril of Ihe tickets or press barties admitting them Illinois delegation. To-morrow loo Chi- j bj an unequivocal stat.m. t h:it they to both conveiit'ons got Pieim-elves all ; cuku iveinocritis tere i uimimk, huh ,jn..n worked up into ,i fit' -any to-dnj . Krler. serretarv to Comniitteemui Conferences and other developiiientn tJoescnensiein, s-ipi mere would ne at 'A ill il He Democratic Chairman 1,'tnlrr All) Ireiiinstniires. Wasiiimiio, June !. Secretary Mc Adoo Issued a stntenient to-day le. larliw hi .voiild iml acept the i hair naiishln of th Heniocratlc Niitlotnl ' .'iiniliiee iitider .my clrcuiiistaiii.es. t. milk, a sharp leference lo ..so-called mwlllliig cand'datex for political of- Hce who frilled to eliminate themselves would not accept the ofllen In question ll it were tendered to the'n I bavi repeat! dly staled that In no which had happened along 1st" the night le"1 ii.OOU from Chicago and other cin un -tan-i aotild I .vi pt tho chair before had been oiich - to g:ve piomlse, .'Itier; of the State hj riet Monday night. ' mat.nhlp of the Democratic National that thi' would be a ven' proniln. nt fi"v. Dunne Is expected heie Suuil'i. ' Committee," Mr. McArtoo said "This day 111 both tor.entbill ballf. Illinois lepreseiu.i aun ..in incnnie is iin.n i. ta ens., -o.oibo i.n n in.iu Thercforo ' If one Just siifk in uiin. I 'ho fdinous Cook Counts Mur.-blng ciub, ' 'o clmlnat" hlmsilf from consideration the Coliseum all da.- one might miss Is reported liens that Charles F for any mllce If ho ic.illy wants m do some particularly messy doings at tho -Murphy. Sheriff Al Smith mid State so." Viiditorluiu. and to a certain extent vice . . versa What was needed was Koine ' ... Antl-Amertcan Campaign. In Mexico and elsewhere, the advlecj state, these igents are ttnploylne native iss. slants . tut are buslle lircularng tbro'igli t'.. i.s. Instpuvlois t'nt the t nit. d States i bnt ur ai t rrlt irial ex pansion at the expense of Katln Ann rl can .'..tinirie- Pv vvtiv of rssilng dx tiut oi. the repeat. d ai rtloiis ot Prcs. dent Wilson that th. t'nlted States wants no more terrltoiv and Is perfietlv willing to let her l-t.t republics on th Western Hemisphere work out their own d-tln.v the propazin. IIM p-rslst In re minding th" Killn Aiiierlcni.K of the fad that American force- are not onlv In Mexico but m llayll. Sumo tiomlngo ami Nlc.iragui li I" ffgnt'led here us mnr. thin n coin. -.denes that exiutly this same line of reasoning was followed by Car. r.uua In hi' last note demanding a with dtawal of tin American forces from Mex co i li.. i.utlitn of the iii-ri.ar .pi' ' ibis not" is iiiidei stood to b.jv . been dis. oiise. at to-.la.v's me. ting of lb" CiL! nt. iur ...... . . ". ,,. 'but tilted exiierlence, appareims the rom.nunicai.nn wou u ' . ' terday Interrupted the trial of n K,. Indicated that It would M a i extrumls f,m of r,riimlM, suit brought l.v length)' .'Oiiituiiuicatioti, which was Inter- vtargaret M I.amle nf 27a Kingston ll ..... .uactlc.illy decided last night I at a nuetlng of the olllclals In charge of! the Allied Bazaar, that Instead of closing next Wednesday, us planned, It will be' kept open another week, The " onunlltee has obtained an option on the (Irani! Central Palace till Juno 21, and while the $1,0(111,1)1)0 mark set for the lnr.,inr it the beginning will undoubtedly be reached to-night, the backet H feel that doublo that amount would not be too much to send to war stricken Kuropc. So many things have been contributed to the bazaar that the building Is stilt crammed with everything ftom auto- graphed photographs to automobiles. Itesides. the crowds aro growing larger nil tho time. Fifty-live thousand per sons visited the show ywtcrijny, but by good management the olllcers avoided closing thu doors, an was found ncc sary on Tuesday, when me attendance was only 40.000. Tho recclplH up to yesterday weiv moie than j'SO.ooo, That estimate Is mere.y approximate, for though the com ttltteo has twenty-eight skilled tellers there from several big bank", counting money nr. fast as they can, It isn't pos sible, they say, to know exactly what has been taken In. Moreover, there are many clu-cks, sonm of them coming fi-om distant places, and these are not counted as receipts until they have been banked and found tn be all right Us than JIOO.OOO nf the f 7.10,000 was In the form of subscriptions, Most nf the money came In payment for tickets or articles bought nt the bazaar Yesterday was Russian 'lay. but even the Ilussiati Ambassador. (Jenrge Itakbmelerf, who accompanied by Mme. Hakhmeteff. visited tho bazanr both nfternoon and evening, made no U"h stir as did Mine Calve, whong tlm "Marsellla.se" and then collecie.i money for the Allies In a steel helmet presented to her by the Marquis de Pollgnac Tlm helmet was from the French liovern ment's exhibit. Calxp Miiuh ll Xlaiselllnlse." tt was in tn the evening when Mme Calve arrived, and the space around the rotrum under the captured Herman air ship. ispcnd d from the relllng, was Jammed with crowd waiting to lnar her sing The choir from th" Hus.m Cntliedr.il had given several numbers, but it was c.ilve and the "Marseillaise" lie people wanted Hut win tl, L'rHplng tlm blc French tl ig. standing under the Herman nlrhlp, she had one verse, the people couldn't restrain their en ihiisiasin With one Impulse thev started tlv verse themselves, and sang It. Calve leading. So the crowd went throuch the mnr, Calve tlrst singing each verse alone, and then repeating ll with the chorus of 1ft. Hud For twenty mlntiWt- the people i Peered her. waving hats, handkerchiefs ,'iti.l cities tn the air. "I- e.s ton much." tb singer gasped when she was permittee! at last to step down. "1 expected to see many people, 3. but nothing like this," She recovered enough to aciepr. with "Til", the li linet from "he Maiquls de Pollgnac. and to have It heaped with unities h. tli. itnwil Then elm wa. taken to the Theatre d... V.rdure of the 1! I P. P.lli.d Htllef rt.i.,1. .j n tho lhiid lino: , where she h,n promised lo sing again liu heie aWo were crowds, ami the s ht was ton much for the ix b.i'i.'"il s 1 1 1 g 1 1 she gave ..nc glance ut tli.ni ail at lunnc". and Florence Wal ton, who weie amusing the crowds by dancing, and turning she swept out. 'ii'ilge Kcsslrr, he.n of the Him. I Fund. ave, the day bv lushing nftc her, .in. I luck sec went mid sang live songs 'i Ihe Utile theatre Then Marie Ijivs- P, ,Mnic along I t ifr ii the dav Miss prcsslcr worked so haid selling cliaiic - on every thing In Murgaiet MaviVs Isiolh, In cluding the pietty aclressis who wire helping .Miss Mayo, that she lost her voice, completely and had to go home. Hut she reappeared In the evening, with a led parasol which he said she was "delctmliied to sell for tho Allies, by gosh," and when she saw .Mine. Calve' she orgiinlteel a parade of two. Through the whole bazaar they went, Miss Dressier nourishing the red par asol and "barking" for Mme. ('.live, and Mine, Calve colle cting money In the hel met. She got $llir! Just In the course of the pantile. Al the French booth, whetu .Mine, Calvo stopped to sing, was Mary (.ardeu, and the two stars had a talk while Ihe cixiwd looked on. To day Mine. Calve will sail on the Ito iliambe.iu, the ship whose sailors visited the' baxaar on French day. Thr llnklinii'lpffa Mnlcrtnlnril. The Htisslaii Ambassador mid Mine. Itaklunetelf were entertained In the tea gulden, where .Muiie Tempest was hos tess Jesterdas-, and when) Mrs. Ilelij.i utlii Oultmcs.s Is constantly in chalge. The tea garden was packe-d with people diawii by the announcement thtt Mme. Ald.i of tho Metropolitan Opera Com pany and Itelu.ilil Werrenrntli would sing and the- Balalaika orchestra would pins Mine. Ald.i sang llrowiung's "The. Year's In the Spring" and several other number', and Mr, Wei ie urath .-mg Kip ling s "They're Hanging Danny Deever In the .Mm iiing." Then a huge man appeared on tho platform and began : "Ladles .i in t nentleinell, I have the honor to announce timi M. Nijin.kv " "Oh." murmured nearly evviybody, "NlJInsky Is going to dame So glad I came." Itut then tho large man ended; "Is autographing photogiaphs In tho .corner, which ho will sell nt 1 apiece.' NlJInsky autographed many pictures, and sold them. too. but his wonderful I legs weie k..pt hidden be hind Ihe table , where ho sat The only trouble wdli the bazaar Is that then; Is loo much to see. Every where In liraii'l Central Palace are' ex hibits well worth examination, but In the I'llMi of things happening and the lure of the big attractions tho smaller ones arc lost. 'in th" third Hoot, for example. Is a collection, not large, but Ind resting, of plcituc" bv French ,irtlts who in.' ac tually lighting in the front, and these pictures who done by them In the tiotniic.s, In tho Intervals of the battles. Work of Ilelgliiii Children. Then Iheio is a little booth, which ought to b. specially wnith seeing tn das, Hclglan Day for It Is tlll.'d with most pathetic articles from Belgium It Is the booth or the Berks county. Pa., branch ot the Comnilt'ee on Belief in Helllutn. and Is In barge of Miss Jean Cbamblln. Here- are tiny picture flames made by little children In kindergartens In stricken Belgium, ami Hour sucks the sacks In which Hour was sent from AmvriiH ami which the giab'ful ltid K!afi ilforatrd with quaint little- p..lut. lngs and -cut bad. for their thanks Miss Mary Archer of Heading. Pa., will anive lo take . lurge of the booth to-ila King All" it "f Belgium i.iblefl his th.u.ks and congratulation em the su i e-s of the bazaar l it" jestcrday Thi r' wrrn iil-n iMblegrams fiom Hie ivq. hess,. de Veiidouie, sister of King Albert, and ethers The president of the British W ii Iti'llef sse.e l.itpiu received a mes a.i fiom K ng ile-nrgc of England, which said ' The KP g thaiks the boa d of dl e tors ..f the Mil. .1 lt.i7.mr for their Alt would be qui k s an . i r ,t and flei'e! "lnerlia I ImI kind messago of s.v"i'p,.ni. n t loss the empire has ut,t i deiilh of Ixird Ix '-'heller Tho cdemonles of He-' begin cnrl.v At 12 nc i. who arc working for the i bazaar, won en like Mrs lfi Benjamin (luliim-ss .n.. M Astor Chanli't', will -it flrimd Central Paluc ,. one hundred and llfly in will gn all over the i tv , Helglati cnlois. Thu - advertise the haz.iat is vert the rumor, sc. idi. t iltl.iliers that th"' w. l whose names nr. c-ec with the hamni' ,ne . t , i They are working and wi.r ' ' ' M Vl i n rl, ('Mil III Atll (!' ll.-lullliis, "Help tue f.-ed I "' ' and babes in lie i , h. slogan at Ctand Ci , i , i i i Louis do S.il.ile i't . fi" " I ' Stute for Belgium, w II v as otflelal lepiesc. la - . Ill'-nt. This is the tlrst nf t dass," which will " of tho tiiiza.it. I've v .I. the ten mum. gift- r . - j boats to educated d g- a prizes. In additi'in n will bo bestowed upon t tendaine, A bus line wi.l In "iiiti ' ' t mg from the 1 1 and ( ' ll.avltigli. I'orty-slxtli si. i i 1. ,, ,. thence to Kort ol t. . LiNlngton avei ii in i' I tlio top of en h bu- n i trlbutu lllerntuie ib . i' I. t the Belgian-. An "... . In a bus for seven . . ti feed nne H.-!i:l..i i i 1 I Tn-lilght in the H I' li I I Fund theatre "' I ' 1 Diesider will ' xp.n 1. I barrel. Those w ... w i s means must c . t,. . . no one knows Inn vi.- I . IMgi.ui barrel K .m I ' v WIRE STRIKE MAY BE AVERTf.I) WrstlTIl Cnloil llellljs t'l llcfeire I. lite c inillillssfoa R.iFT'.f.', June '.' t .(in ' i . trnfTic ebb f i ! " i ' graph i 'o nt.an.., d i t ,. thi- Con' e -s ' I . ' to-.l " t 1 pres. n lie r the emit rnv .-r x e'w tilegrenlieis and Hie . t nls-n... .ai.cd .. ta' , iiiuler the Icgtsl.i" ,v-i ....ie. ; i' tig'itioil of inndtl"'iv ix t.i. . ,.ir! All parties 'O ihe ,,v. ti.. w appe.ir.-.l In t"i. t'i . -i ex, e pt t'l'-rctiit l ive i t'ninu Fi de' i '"i- . i.it ' ...is s,.i,i 1,, I ,-lnn l , f,h venting the thtca'.eiKd sti kc of phers, ha.s taltcp an ac'ive pa 1 proceedings, and the chat, e Ing an agr, . 'iii-i" bet v I tions 11' lee I' M,l. u t V" ulil- r i"'e l I Is e M e i ASKS COURT TO DEFINE LOVE. .Inrne Inlil 11 Needn't Cuter Inn lliincli nf Promise Mill. reted to mem tnat u woum -ten u , Itrookls n. to ask Siipieme Com ' eh to imiily with that part of Carralia s note , ,,...,,' (.rH,. n .lpi,, i.,. 'riiere h Willi b deninnueii a caieBnrii ai si.n.- l(,iM , i,,stlmonv atvnit Miss Lap ment" of th" purposes Ol Uie cn'mns expedition. on the other hand the Impiesslon that tho imte wi'l refuse to comply with the demands fn. an Immediate withdrawal nt tins troops is still eticouincid In Admin Istiallon cii'-lc. And because of th's .mil the disturbing reports fiom lexl. i the outlook Is view' I h.ie with In teas eg ula 'ii -n otlb Inl or the State De p..iline.V went so far lo-inglii .s Kt pre dict that If the Mivrb-an icply does f. I to satlsrs the Cair inz i tinv rnuieut the t lilted Slates wHI I"- driven to the thiesliold 'if general Inti rvenlbm love for William Hlchmlller. the ilneiml ant. and the "ilieain.s that slow' faded'' after Hlchmlller refused to foi low up the engagement ring with : wedding ring "Judge," said Ibn Junir esruesitK "what Is love-1" Justice Cranei regarded the line steailtlv fur half a ml'iiite. nol.u ns s.-rinusnesH .end pnuils"i tn eletl .e love in hW ehatgo - "lu so f.n as ! aff ts '1' s -.ise ' When tin thiie- ..inn. liuwiVir We'll' those who felt that the .1 i ilodged the question lu conllnlng him I 'elf slnctly to the case- He explain. -u . thai love need mil enter llilo a hica lot promise suit at all. and when It does I It Is merels to b. cnnsldered In gauging InrmiK'iHcnt nnil Ilniarelons" t daniage tn t.ic, i-.iied fi clings ,, Miss Uinile had Icsutlcd that she w is r.nH-r Mrtleei ."" I oil.. j still In love with lib hinlller IdolUed Hi Psn June !i While American- him. in fi t. and was still willing to A ME RICA -VsS VA RNEV. master slioa-man on the Job ho could oiilcltly rearrange matters so ti.ut both shows could b. given In tho name bniiu. IiiT lmultanoousls . the performing Moose, tay, walking orjund on tlidi hind ltgs up towar.' the north end of 'he Coliseum while tho trained elephants. umped through tl i hoop down nt .tin south end, both ring' therefor' being al ways. In view None other that John Htngllng blin xclf was iijlited right here In the 'uhby of the Congress Hotol -i r'c.nly as esterdaj. lint this inorulnt vvhm tins reporter looked up the circus man to e-e what ho could do about combliing the two bis show- to-day the hotel b;r said that J..I.11 bad taken orn l.sjh at the axsembled patriots In t ' 'nbb: and pt .n r1' ' 10 gull" uwa' roro 111 e t.e Juin .lie- I nrnuiii and Hull" elrtus ii g 1 n In nrilrr to get 11 llttlij peace: ,1 1 d . 1 ' GIVES W0RKINU GIRLS HOMES. Webster Apartme.tits, an lltuleivied Coriiornlloii, I, els 1 barter. AiPeVVV, June 'a. Tho Wtbs'e.r .vijirt menis. n . ..fallen i-ndowe.l to ' Im prove coni.'tions t-.r working g.rl. . w vbsrtercd by he r. tary of Statu lluno to-day. The corpuntlon will meintam In Man battan apartments where young women may live, under tin. prov'. ion:, of the will ot Charles n Web'ter, which wtt tirnbated In New York ci's on April t.. The directors are. Jes.e Shador Straus, Jftalnh L. Webster and Wtuthrop A. Wilson of New York clt, fiernrd Toniend of Montclalr and Ucrard T. fleitJsn of Brooklyn LAWYER IS ARRESTED ON CLJENT'S CHARGE Ciipl. Wosicott nf Miiriiicv Snys W K. 3r)nio ITiis Kepi His Moiiox. At tho request of District Attorney Hwann of Mau'n it tan. Wlllhun 11 Maynie, 11 lavjer with offices In Man lia'tan, vin ariei,-i at his bonie so that money could be raised with w.dch to pay off the mortgage. Capt. MVistcott says that the lawyer did not I use the 1 oney for the jiurpose for which It was Intended and that he has been unable to get U.clt the bonds TWO VILLISTAS HANGED. Vsk In Me Mint lull lite I 11I111I? fnr ( nlnmlins Until. Hi. I'Asu. Tex., June '.".- After Milling ciiiitempt for the gallows us the "death ot 11 thief" and asking tn be shot a,.iinxt an minim wall, Futurism Alvarez and .III 111 Sanchez, Villa iimullts wine sir tn liiaKd In the nt. in I upon Colunibus, weie haUKed In ill' J ill said nt Iteming, Tompkins avctun. New llrlclilnn, Stai tsl Hid, yfstvruax In Peteiivi-s Lewis ami Crocheioii Ciunts JniWi. -I Iliriv Tlernan hi Id Mayme in ?."., H 1 1 '..ill in appear bcfoio Dlstilct Allnrnes Hwann to-day, The complaint against Majiue Is made by Capt. Charles Tlblen 'elcoit nf Mm United States Ma tine Corps, wen Is at present oil a f 111 lough, (.'apt Wciteott suvh that M.iynin has failed In turn nv r t i him eight United States. Cuba Sugar bonds, valued at about Jii.Ouu. Tlieso bonds, the Captain charges, were sent to Muyme, when C'apl, Westcott wiiB sta tioned In California In December last, for the purpose nf hdvlng M iymc rnlvn money on them tn pay off a mortgage on some prnpert owned by the Captain. H 1h further chareed that Mas me, niter rnolvlns tho bonds., wrote to Oipl, Wentcott that he was unable to find a I market for them and that tlm Captain thetent bla $4,000 life Innuranc policy, "'' N. M . tii-day. i'lie J11II said was nil- 'ounded by coiupanles of Now .Mexico i) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tn guard .igaliisi mis ib monstta tmti The liundlls went tu tbelt deiith sloh - ally smoking the Inevitable "elgarelo do adln." (farowell cigarette) Five other condemned Villa bandits hnd been granted a twenty-onn day slay nl' i-xecul'lon by elnv. MucDniuld peiid- lug ,1 thorough Investigation of their I IHI'S Theatre tn fie Iteiiioitellcd. Plans were flled jfMerday with the Bureau of Hulldlngb for Installing new plumbing, chairs, flro ocapeti, dressing rnonik mid thoroughly lenovatlng the Kiilckerbncker i'heatie, Broadway and Thlits-iiglith streel, at an estimated coot of K5.0011 Hobr.rt W OOelot Is tho owner of recoid. Klaw A Ihinnger are tho lessees. Albert M, dray lu the ariiil tect. have not be.-n foiiildden by their liovern ment to enter Mexico novices uuiu Ing Secret irv of State Polk w.itn Americans tint such amino wowni . Inexpedient and tiar.aruoii-s in nu time" Collector of customs r.. 1.. 1 .nm has orde'.cd nil Inspe- tuis at. tin Inln- lilltlniml brhUe to warn all xteelicnus As a reMilt nono lm i"it au.irei. However. A. J MeQuatters. genual villager of tue .xivarann m .111.1 Milling ('"illipailV. Salll lie lielieveil 11 would be entirely sate for i-epiceenta-lives of Ills ciuninns to go I" P.iiral. wheie the lumen aie locniei nun wie'r" fighting between Ainertixun triiiepe ami Parral eitlreus and Mexican suldli-ls le- ciiitly urii-l. II" said two such icp- roseiltatlve-n will Piive snoruj 101 iiu- W. H. It.illaid of the Clnco ib' Mas mines, iu Pedro. Chlliuabin. who ar rived h"te to-day, s.ild einll-Amerlcun feeling was strong around San Anlouln an 1 l.'1'ncer "Tilde I' much sniping on inei' cans tn these vlelnllhs nnd 11 ho ainiuul N.iliilqtllpi." h" Mabl The leiilv nf the American truckman killed h a Mexican at Ll Valle, Mrx Ico. several days ago him been Irtriitllleil an thai or Throdorii liagies ot .m-w voilt 1 rlf,v, according to dospatchex received I at ''Columbus Held headquarters. After an Investigation the military million lbs released tlm Mexican who shot tho I truckman, It being asserted that the American was siting to snior tho Mex- 1 lean's, house. Nineteen United States soldiers weie killed In the Psrnil rlols and the bodies, 1 which wern hulled pear P.irrnl, nro to I be hionnht to the l ulled Sitntes, ae. rotdlng to an Anierlc.ui soldlci, who lim iirrlvcii hero ftom N.iiiilqulpa. lie said he passed ti motor truck train going south from Nanilqulpa with a largo num ber of coffin marry him. 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