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THE SUN,1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916.
TAMMANY DODGES. NAME OF SEABURY TTill Not. Oppose or Support Him in Conference at Snratopa. MAY MAKK NO CHOICE Murpliy Anxious to Avoid fliar;jo of Pietntinfr Govor uoi'ship Xoininntion. (HARLES E. HUGHES liku the gam. The scene on the Detroit ball field last Monday, when Mr. Hughes attended part of the Detroit-Athletics game. The Republican candidate It shown on top of the ' dugout, shaking hands with the Detroit Tigers. Ho Is holding the hand of Pitcher Georgle Dauss. Silk O'Loughlin, the veteran umpire, is standing beside Dauss, waiting his turn to squeeze Mr. Hughes s hand. Catcher Red McKee is looking at the camera. WILLCOX BACK FOR MUCH WORK TO-DAY Charles V. Murphy, Uklnir. his own word for It. went to Saratoga Springs jcsliTilay utterly In the ilarlt ns to wh.it j will l tor.p In tho nemoeratlc Btntt conference thero to-mnrrow. Murphy wis nskt'd If tho conference would be for Justice Saliury for flovernoi-. "I'm sure 1 don't know." ha said. For nil the Interest hl tone tUKCr.ti-d he, might have been llf cusTlns the probable, outcome of a W." 0, T. V convention or VI!fon'8 Mexican policy. Tamm.tny, It ran b Mattel on good authority, neither will support nor op pne JuhIIoo Sealiury In tho conference. It expects Senbury will be the Demo cratic nominee for llovernor this year, but It does not wlh to stand iinnnror for his candidacy. This Is the real at tltude of the Murphy organization as denned laet night by one of Its leaders. Won't lllrtatr Nomination. "Tho organization Is not acalnst Sen bury." said the Murphy lender. "In fact, most of us believe he probably Is the only candidate v.o have In sight who would hive a chanci! of winning. That Is Murphy's personnl view, too. Hut Murphy does not Intend to Indorse Koa bur)' d leave nn opening to up-State anti-Tammany Democrats to say he Is attemptliiR to dlotato tlte ("nvernorshlp nomination That Is all there Is to the talk thit. Tammany la opKsed to Sea bury" It Is probable, the Murphy leader said, that the Saratoga conference may refrain from recommendtnsr any candi date fur Governor to the party voters. Whatever recommendation It might make, he said, would be sure In be as. Krlbed to Murphy s Influence and would be criticised. It Is possible even, accord ing to the same authority, that Turn- Pe.tbury In the primaries In order to tie tne justice mn nominated wun out a Tammany taint. AVhnt Alia t'ntrrmrerf, The local Democratic leaders smiled rlrnlrkaiitly at the news that Samuel I'ntermyer had been ordered by his Dhs! tn to atntaln from all txeltement nd 'hat for that reason would not be a candidate for United States Senator. There was a time. Just pi lor to the na tlonal conventions, when I'ntermyer was quoted as extremely tasser to run; so much so, It was rerorted, he had offered to finance the State carnpulgn In case he cot the nomination. "I'ntermjer flck? Sure thing," said a Tammany sceptic. "He has the disease known as 'cold feet." He believes this will be a bad year for Democrats In New Tork." TV belief Is roneral In Tammany that I'ntermyer's retirement from the Senator-ship race Is due to his conviction and that of his friends tht President Wllt-on camioi carry New York and the re.t of tho ticket will go down to do hat with him. (Inn Srnntr Prospect. Martin H. Ulnn of Albany Is IllTtlrg lth the Senate nomination, and Tam many men say ho probably cm have It If he w.tnts It. The only pcs!ble rival clalnunt Is William Church Csborn of Harrison, until recently Democratic State chairman. It won't astonish anybody I' the nomination should go begging. Tru chairman nf the Saratoga con tVriniv, it l. virtually settled, will be Ftepr.svntutlve John J. KUztrraM o Brooklyn, KltrRcraid Is naw assured of Tinmlr,ut!o:i In the Sec;ri.h Conzr.l f,!tr4.-t. '"- is suld. the Mcl'ooey u eanlsitlon In llrooklrn having silenced opposition of .tames Kane, the vet rr fi-iortoratlc lesdrr. who ImcI de mar ;..fl M retirement. i th. same ttnin with Murphy yes terdiiy was Duilley Klcld Malone. Col lector of the Port, who wl I attend the (inference urioltlc.ally to sec that no treason Is hatched there agilnst his chief, President Wilson. r HHHuBHHlllllllllllllllllllllV .HWHAV HtHlHtlH ' bLbbbbbbbbbbV ieeP JeeLa! Will Arranffft for Speakers to Carry on the Campaign in Maine. M'CORMICK GOING TO 'SIZE UP MAINE 3Iay Announce Wilson Cam paijrn Committee Before Leaving To-night. WOMEN TO WELCOME HUGHES. Vanc C. McCormlek Is ftolng to Maine; he said yesterday he probably would start to-night, but that he would not make more than a flying visit. He thought he might be In a position to announce the members of the N ltson campaign committee beforo leaving New York. It was learned from a Democratic source that MeCormlck's visit to Malno Is less with n hopn of Jacklns up th Democratic campaign there thin tolc.irn for the President exactly how bad con ditions are In the New Kngtand Stat When the Wilson campaign malinger was , told yesterday that tho Hc-vublicans ex pected to carry Maine by at least 12,000 plurality he. contented himself with the single remark . "Thev won't ret It by thnt plurality." McCormlek said ho n.lghl not visit any part of Mnlne except Portland, where he Is to meet William It. Pattan. gall, the Malno Democratic State chair man. The Inside tip as to the makeup of the national campaign commute- Is that the otilv member from New York, asld" from Henry Morgtntliau. who Is chalr mnn of the sub-commltteo on flminrr. will be llalnbrldgo Colby. th- Progres slve. The New York "regulars" of tho Copyright by International Kllm Service. HUGHES DEMANDS EFFICIENCY IN U. S. gators to detect Important tendencies In our life. It Is work that must bo done expertly. t)uole Duranrt's Letter. "Now, my Ktatement that 11 Dana Durand was retlnd, as 1 mid In tftert, and his place given to t politician, b in I been challcntced by Secretary Kedllcld. t Socretnry Itedrleld telegrat.lis mt that I l watt grtntly misinformed. He says; I 'Durand was not removed or retired, but is, resigned voluntarily, unasked. I was glad to indorse mm ror ms present cm. ploymenl.' i'K. Dana Durand happens to be a pro fessor In the t'nlvorslty of Minnesota, ' mid I am coin to read the letter which ho has written me to-day In respect to 1 this matter. He says: "Inasmuch as the truth of your state ment with regard tn chance In the ill lectorshlp of the census lias been chal lenged, 1 think It Is only fair ti you that I MiouUl make this statement : My resignation ns director was distinctly I n forced resignation. "At the first c(inersatlon I had with Secretary Itedrleld on the subject I told him that I would, of course. res!:n whenever he desired, but that I h'ipeil i might be permitted to remain, as I was much Interested In the work anil considered myself reasonably iiuallfled, especially by reason of tke experience already gained In the position. He at once told tne that the Administration had decided that It wanted to make a change I btllee 'to creato a vacancy there' were the words used. "The next I heard iibnut the matter was the announcement In the press assurance of our peace. It Is tho very buttress of our self-respect. It Is for us to say what we moan, and hae our irnril rccrn rilftrl. It mens that when such a situation arises as there l on I that tne name or my successor nan the border of Mexico we are ready .been sent to the Senate. I thereupon wrote out my resignation, i preier not The mamgement of Republican national hcadqunrterr will bo resumed by Will iam It. Wllleox on his return to New York to-day. His first work. It was said 5 csterday, will be to man a plan of cam paign for speakers tho national campaign committee Intends to send Into Maine. However safel) and surely Republi can that State may appear to be, the light there for Hughes will bo continued with Increasing vlnor right up to Sep tember 11, the day of tho Malno elec tions. Herbert Parsons, Kverelt Colby and other Republican leaders who have been In chargo of nntlonnl lieadqu-irjcrs In the absence of Chairman Wllleox said yesterday the greatest reception of Mr. Hughes's trip across tho continent will conn- when he reaches California. Ilughcii Is down fur a speech In Iom Angeles on August 21, Tho women of mh Angeles and southern California have organized a brain, h of the Notional Hughes Alliance which promises to make things hum when the Presidential candidate arrives. Mrs. Krank A. Olbson of the central organization committee of southern Cali fornia she Is n member "f the Cali fornia State Commission on lmmlgra- tlon nnd Housinghas announced that i Mllr'nh.. n,',ioc ratio organization arc not tho women of California will stand to ,)e nct.or,iert UIly recognition. The firmly by the'r unenfranchised slsterw rMt n( thp membership of fifteen I of other .States. They have, sho ?" Ukely to include. It Is w.tld. these men adopted a campaign cry which they ' J jt01,?r 0f ,-0rth Carolina. Wilbur wish to make the slogan of all Western MarHn ,,f Iowa. Carter (llass of Virginia, women, namely: "The women if the T,omn, j, Walsh of Montana. Homer S. Ilast have paraded In the rain for PUf- . CuinmlnizB of Connecticut, Kraliels J. frage for tho last time." Heney of California, Robert W. Wooley ....... ...... ,.,.. f Virginia. K. 11. Lynch of Minnesota. Kimi- Over Attacks. Uobcrt s Hurt,h f Ncw jPrfl,y. Mat- President Wilson's friends have fumed thew Hale of Masachusetts nnd Robert over the nttnrka which Hughe bus niado ' Kw'.ng of Uoulslar.n, en the Wilson Administration for Its The Wilson campaigners announced violations of tho cltl service principle prldefully yesterday the adhesion of Republicans In national headquarters , Judge Hen It. Mndsey of Denver, :i s.il.l vcHtord.iv Hughes's smashing blows t Colorado Progresslxe. and ravn out dentl have or.e home. They wern 1 copies of a message Mndsey had sent fully JllKt'fled, It was saio. ny comu- i to wi.son connraiuinnriK mm on n.r tiotin. In commenting on the Indlgna- enactment of the child labor bill, tlon cf the President's friends. David The Democratic national chairman S. Il-irry of the Republican publicity ; jesterday lndulgl In criticism of Mr, bureau said : Hughes's Western speeches, which he cmo of the specific Instances given said ho had carefully analyzed yet bv Mr. Hughes was that of the appoint-, failed to find a single strong constructive inent of Dr, I;. Lester Jones to m- su-, policy enunciate in any or mem. nno pirlntendent "f the coast and geodetic' Hughes was giving up his time to small survey, u purely technical and scientific I talk, McCormlek said. Wilson In V, ash Intsltlun. Not only wen- the quaUfloa-: jneton was delivering the goods to tho lions of Dr. Jones mainly political but people. during the year or more mat ne nan. held tho place be has been n persistent! lobbyist for mno appropriations for hit In order t get more funds. i lni( Keianl Stuffrane. "Th. other specific lltjim-o cited I by I asminotos-. Aug ?.-A mll'lon bill- ..IT. IlUJiliri, ,r n,,,.-v t...r. - ticrn to politics, inis !'."" out out of oower the nirtv that onnoses of William .1. Harris, tne pmmcai , ' ,. lnwld wome." - ThN t'alllornlnna Planning; Recrptla an IIU Arrival There. This message flashed over the wire yesterday from tho southern California women'a committee of tho National Hughes Alliance to .Miss Krancls A. Kel- Jor, head of the national women's com- rmttee: "The women of the Kast have paraded In the rain for suffrage for the last time." The message came from Mrs. Frank A. Olbern of the California Slate Com mission on Immigration and flouting, who has been active In forming; the Hughes committee here. Working with her are Mrs. Hhelly Tolhurrt, Mrs. Al liert C. Ilryant and Mrs. ft. Rrundage, Progressives, and Mrs. K. Ilellowes, Mrs. etlewart Simon. Mrs. O. P. Clark and Mls Helen Sister, straight Republicans. The women of the committee arc plan ning a grand welcome for Mr, Hughes when he reaches Los Angeles August 21. CONGRESS TO ADJOURN SEPT. 1. Senate Leaders Aaree tn Curtail the Proiirnntme. WAiltlMiTo.v, Aug. 9. All Informal agreement was reached to-day by tho Senate leaders to limit the legislative programme and to bring about on a8 Journmcnt of both houses not later than September 1. The Republican Senators took the Initiative. As the result of exchanges between the two sides an agreement was drawn up at a meeting of the Democratic stearins; committee which contemplates the pas. sago of the ship bill, the war revenue bill, the workmen's compensation bill and tho necessary appropriation bills and conference reports, nnd the postponement of the Immigration bill, the corrupt prac tices bill and other legislation that la pending. Many Senators predlcled to-day that the adjournment of Congress would come ns early an August 26, Cpnflmird from First Page. men from their peaceful occupations. from the shops ami the factories ani offices all oer this land. Reasonable, adequate preparedness WOMEN TO USE BILLBOARDS. Hughe is a most flagrant pr. -titu-, throughout the t'nlted States are' , of the husmw of the os trnment women's campaign to 'u-l .':; T Hirrl' theP " lea ut f I'0 " that oppos,.s Willi, in .1. Hl7ls-'P;,n"V ,,?. i nationwide suffrage for women." ThW . of ileorgia. toK-nre re( ! was the announcement made to-day at I rensus. n po-mon re um u the headquarter of the Congressional, gree- of technical ability am ,-, fr 'woman Suffrage and the Na- ...vperlenc... neither qualification being Woman party. TO PUBLISH LUSITANIA NOTE. V. f. to Show Von Ilc-rnetnrrT'a I'lednr to Slake Reparation. Wahiinciton. auk. 9. The United f-'taten has asked for and received per- rnlsi n from Cern-.anv to nubllsh hs a form tl document the last nole 1n the L.usltnn'1 case, which was submitted bv Count von Hernstorff nearly six months ". The Mate Department's Intention to publish Cie communication !h' believed to Indicate Its acceptance by this Cov cr-irunt. The c-orninunlcatloii, dated Kebruiry 1C last, de, .Is only with the principles .niclvid. u (iocs not mention the r. lount of Indemnity 'Jcrmany Is to lay or how or when the amount will Le agreed upon, It slmvly "recognizes liability," promises to nnke repiratlcn 'J me payment of indemnity, gives as suMiicey fur the future and dec'nrcs tli.T reir.-iH. such as ruthless sill m rh:e operations, must not bo dlrccttd t utliop than enemy subjects. to be quoted, but If you consider It necessary, you are at lllrty to do sa "In that same speech I referred to a technical bureau known -jt the Coast ami Is a nrlmarv national duty, and If I am , Geodetic Survey, and l the fact that In breadth of the land. That Is not a elected I propjsc to sec as far as In place of an eminent scientist thero had spectacle of a, prepared nation. That Is . rr.e Her that that duty Is discharged to been appointed a man whom I regarded a condition for which 1 hold the Ad-1 the credit of the American people, and as without proper qU8ltt1c:iron. llx- mlnlstratlon responsible. I m not talking simply or oven prl- crptlon alio has leen taken by the dls- "Cor.slcler for n moment the facts. It marlly of numbers, Klnelency Is only tlngulshed Secrteary to my statement was" only about a yeir and a half aeo a matter of numbers to a certain ex- with regard to that man. 1 am not In ,i that rert'i.n patriotic citizens were dl-' t nt Thc-.oughncss, the absence of iiosltlon to state of my own knowledge reeling nttentlon to the need of prepired- waste, up to date mothods, tho avail-1 the, circumstances of the retirement of nets, to the need of the enlargement it lnir nf scientific Investigation, the deter- our regular army, and the President of niinaticr, to go forward sensibly, e::- the rnited .'.tstes lormauy expresscu nis nertlv. with the very best -advice, cui- oplnlon thnt suc'a persons were nervous, j ung oul ,ry ri, r.istlnB upon men excitro . mil mere was no real occasion equal to their Jobs. "That Is tho kind or prepireiiness i believe In. which will make our appro priation for military purposes properly spent so that the public will :et the benefit cf the dollars It glvys." ....opined bv Mr. Harris, "So apparent were his disabilities that the American Academy of Scion-'", In session at Washington when the ap pointment was announced, protested to the President, emphasizing Mr Harris's unfitness for so important a position. A Shurp Answer. "The President returned a sharp an- for alar-n, that there were no conditions which made It a matter to be considered as a real exigency. "Then there ccme the torch of an other ler.dcr. What a change In senti ment was wrought over night In the coun cils of the iidminlstr.'.tloii. There was a f;el!ng that an exigency did exist and that something should be done : that it was nn longer nervousness, but prudence, enuilvi and foresight which required immediate :ictlon. t'lana llulrUly I'hnnurtl. ''Tin re was ;ui able Secretary of War, and lie ilevo'.rd hlmtelf with astuteness to the proLlem and he worked out a plan. He thought he had pinned the Ad ministration so that It would stay put. 1 don't believe ou could pin the Admin Refers t Mexlrnn Policy. M. Hugh's then reviewed the Admin I Istratlon's M -.Jean policy from the days I of Huerta. and continued'. "We had .1 wonderful speech the other day In the,. Senate from A spokesman of the Administration. He did not like what I said In my answer to the notifi cation. It lltrsred him. I am glad of It. That was the Intention. Hut there was not a word In It that he or anybody else could answer. He. said I a,T. not attempting to quote him, but 1 am sure T am doing him no violence that we titration to any policy that would stay ought to have supported the KxecutUe put. Well, the matter got so bail t!vt In establishing Villa on a throne, a gov the Hxecjtlve .reente.l It to Congress. I eminent. founded on principles of Ainerl Only a 'few months ago It was Mated can liberty and Justice. Think of that, our P.-crent demand called for thl forth-1 Then the learned Senator condemned the with: Raising the regular, army from (.Republicans because they had not rushed Its total' on paper although It was. In I to the support of the Adrnln st ration In r-, .rmewimt ies of about 105.000 . making a liberator out of this depn- ... in nnn .i , ltl., rmurni of 400.. dator Ilia, 000, trained by Federal .authority. In the annual Instalments of 133,000 each. "That was to be regarded as es sential. Now, how long did that" stay iut? Wh.V, within u short time the plan was No Western Congressman. It was said,1 wo'il 1 be able to go home without seeing suffrage signs nlong the railroads and elsewhere. When the Congressman steps off the train at his home station he will . be greeted with a life sized picture of the "girl of the Woman s party, made famous by the cartoons In the Suf niolsf. The purple, white and gold of the Congressional Cnlon and the ! swer, virtually telling the ucideniy to i Woman's party will give color to the' mind Its own business. Later Harris pojters. The suffragist girl painted on was made a nu-nb-T of the Federal l.irge wooden signs will stand !ti many Trade Commission, and while holding p:ices on mountain, plain and prairie, that place ho violated all proprieties by1 The women of the Woman's party lire, ittendlng and manipulating the ilcorgla coining their enthusiasm Into epigram-' IVmocratb State convention, t iking Its tnatlc phra.-es to be used in the billboard control out of the hands of Senator , camvalgn. Thomas W. llardwick. 1 "Until nil the women of the I'nltt-d 'Tho ilitlc.it activities of Mr. Harris j states are free none are free: Vote attracted such attention at this time, that 1 against the Democratic party", "The I "lis conduct was commented upon ad-1 Democratic party blocks thf way to free. e"rclv In tho Senate of th I'nlted I dom of American women," and "The Slate am! but a perfunctory defence women of the Kast appeal tn the women ' wis nut up for him by Democratic Sen-, of the West to hoip them get the vote ',,rs and freedom" are among the signs Ciov. Whitman Is In town to-day The ! selected. .. .. ......... ....... 1 v.,wi-,l;ic tn ftttpml. ns . at- said, to some private Mwlnew. Ho j G0MPERS ASSAILS HUGHES. saw his dentist and later conferred with, , Ailjl -Hen. Lous W Stot.sbury. who) n(rni,, mi- PotlHrnl Capital i. Iter h'.s talk with Whitman left fori ...... . , V MoMcm hord.r with drafts of the t of Ills Antl-.MIrn Decision. State Treasurer to pay im- unit vv vslliM'.To.v, ,uc '.i I'cmocratic thef cninent scientist who oc -upied that Important technical place In the bureau of the Coast and C.codetlc Survey, but If I assume that he retired volant irlly, my point l not so much the retirement of the man who went, but the lick of spe cial fitness In the man whom he was succeeded," Mr. Hughes went on to say that he ttocl by the statement that then were In the year eni'..l In April, 11-1. H'l executive civil scrv.ee exemptions, i52 made against the advice of the oomtiili' slon and 20 of them without co: siiltlmc the commission. He gave a review by Representative (illlette of. Massachu setts, as authority.. In two yeirs of the Adndnlstratl n there vvcie U" executive appointments waiving requirements of civil service, and 7s of them acalnst the commission's Judgment, the catuli- i troops the amounts due to them from the ;iarty lnaragers here to. day gave out a I want to refer for a moment to the embargo on arms. ' 1 do not know that It Is a rash statement I think It Is well warranted by the facts to say that any American soldier killed in Mexico Is y w. nu. "J; " "', kllW by American bullets that we have abandoned, the secretary er , . , . ., p an was aoaiiuoneu, me .-vi-.r.u . , . .. i.nrj-,. War resigned, and In his correspondence i ' P " P0"- , WOMEN AID SERVICE SCHOOL. Mrf. Henry nml Others Prominent In Woaliloiiton Incorporators. Wanils-r.TOM, Aug. 9. Upon Ihe ap Plica I ,m of .Mrs. (Jeorge Dewey, wile cf Ihe Vlm.r.il. .Mrs. Hugh L. Scott, wlfu of the Chief of Staff of the aim i Mrs. tleorge Harnett, wife of the MaJor-(i)n-eral cornmapdant of the United Slates Maritin Corps, and other well known Washington women article cf lucorpoiu Hon of the National Strvico Sjhoul of the Women's Section of the Navy' League luu- been taken out. This step was taken In order to safe RUrd the National Service School hn.I prevent Its t rmi.erelallzatlon or ex ploit itlori. The main committee will lend the use of the name National Service School to Mi.ools organized for the same Patriotic purposes as the first school. NO GARBAGE PLANT PERMIT. nichninnrl Commissioner Hefners t Act Despite Court HullllK. The- llulldlng Department of Richmond Borough yesterday refused tn Issue a permit for the erection of the proposed garbage, disposal plant on Lake Island, The. contractors obtained a mandamus from Justice Crane of the Supreme Court In llrooklyn directing Ihe Hulldliif Dj-IMrltm-M to Issue the pernill, but Ra pli 'angere, acting commissioner, ruled that the iiUns arid specifludtionu for the plant "id not meet the e-Atubllshed standards. with ihe Pris.ldnt he practically pointed out -vim he rtgnrdii'd, atf the Inex cusable abandonment I don't ue his exact words, but this w.s the. substance uf It of a programme, deemed to be nec essary. "Now, why was It nbtndoned? We have had a great ileal of talk about executive lea'detshlp, not conspicuous then, when American pie-iaredi et.:i writ In Issue. Why was It neccrsary to r.o through the land dealing with the sub ject when Cr.tiKic.'s had Its mind open to know the Hxc-cutlvc's will? Praises Men nt Front, "On tho contrary, there was what 1 regard a backdown, a chance of front, it always bus seemed to nif most regrettable that It w;is a change of trout under a Conception "of partisan expediency. We had, as a reoilt, s,omc. thing which I fraught with n'uch mys tery. . " ' , "In the. first place, under the army reorganization bill, we have u .paper snny of 178,0110, but' an acttinl army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1917. of nbout 110,000, and about LVori incite In the f.s'cal yeAr ending June 30, 1918. We have then to rely upon the National Guard. date quoted (Ulletle as saying. lit- quoted figures furnished by the National Civil Service Reform League covering the three years of the Administration and tending to eh w; the same state of affairs. D0WUNG IS ACTING MAYOR. In tVt.nona Demands Speech. Winona, which Mr. Tuft placed on the political map by his memorable tariff speech on one of his Presidential tours, wns the scene nf Mr, Hughes's debut as a rear platform speaker In the prisent campaign, A thousand .per- .syns nt the station clamored for a sjiecch when the train reached there at 7 :S0 o'clock and the nominee responded 'with a two minute talk. They chstred loudly when he said "I represent here it re united Republican party, ready to meet exigencies as they urlse." Mr, Hushes's voice was hoarse , nr.d husky and Mm. Hu?hes prevailed upon him to substitute handshaking for speechmaklng at other stations. At Wnhesha, Lnko City, Red Win nnd Hustings he climbed down on the lowest step .of .the oar platform nnd greeted scores of well wiihefe. . , , ' tlov, John A. A. Rurnqulst and Mayor IrWne extended nn PfTViul welcome to St. Paul, ard "Trust Huster" Frank It. Kellogg, Republican, nominee for .Fiilied Ktu,teti Henutor,' was , 'among ' 300 flag bearing Republicans who marched bo ll I ml the Hughes automobile to the hotel. Mrs. Hut hes was gree'rd by Mrs. John A. Severance, a former college friend. Louis W. Hill was the nominee's first caller lator. Former (Inventor Van Sunt, the hove who have gone forward . T' " "'L .E' . "','..",.. -I.. t A .h. Hlltl'lo which 'r- - -vc I III ,..rr..r..L rnicril.ll. um-oiiiuiinmM '''.."', ."'.", 'of the University of .MinnesotH, and they were called a.id have hefi swor N ((f Mnll'capn,u ;,r,ve, . into the regular arm 7 ,tbe hotel at 3:30 and escorted Mr. ui,d service that they had not ' '; at" Mr, ,lllsh t(, ,he m ,.ty. Afler ' unci wrncn 1 00 n"i " "" ..' ,,rjei tt,rtttigh, the principal business (luard should be Called upon to j-cmler-r-, , (H were ,.lken , ,ne .irB,. Chnrsre for n Month While Mltrhrl Is at Plattsliurx. John Purroy Mltchel ceased tn be and Fra'nk 'I..' Dowllng became the acting Mayor of New York city yesterday morn ing. Mayor Mltchel went to l'lattburg. where he was a rookie list year, and the President of the Hoard of Aldermen will till his place until after September I. May r Howling celebrated by ri-isslns around the cigars nnd writing a letter to yueen Wllhelmlna of Holland. The let ter acknowledged receipt of the creden tials of 11, Spakler, the new Dutch Coneul Ueneral, Slate for the time which elapsed befot e , letter from Samuel (lumpers, president they were taken Into the Federal service. nf tho American Federation of Labor, to The pay Is at the rate or 1 ..." .1 nay tor Thorn is II Nichols of Alliance, uiiio, re. privates!, and about tiriccn u.it jay is coming to each man. llltcble l.eisrs I.IMXI Joh. Thomas Ritchie, Republican c.inill date for State Senator two years ago. ha- been retnov.-d by Stale Comptroller Travis from his tt.onn Job as transfer tax appraiser lu the llrooklyn office. Mr. Truviu refused to discuss the removal. referring Inquirers to Ritchie. Tho hit- UTlt of Injunction, against whlo'i wage viewing tho attitude of Charles 11 Hughes, the Republican Presidential nominee, In Supreme Court cases In- volvirg the Interests of labor, partlcu-. Inrlv 111 ll.mlinrv hatters' Mr. liorpers also referred to the court'" decision holding- unconstitutional the Arizona anti-alien labor law. Jus. tire Huehes wrote the opinion. "In that decision," wrote Mr. Compers, Mr Hughes indorses the obuse of the ter could not be foilnd last night I earners have vigorously protested." GEN. G0RGAS IN COLOMBIA. j Broadway at 34th Street I Will consnlt With (ioveninien t on Nanltary Conditions. HonoTA, Colombia, Aug. 9, --i!eu. William C. (iorgas, t' S. A... head of the Yellow Fever Commission of the Interna, tlonal Health Hoard of the Rockefeller Foundation, arrived here to-day with his staff frem the Isthmus of Panama, Hen. (Iorgas will consult with the ilovernmeut on eianllary conditions in Colombian ports?" Tor those boys 1 have unstinted praise, Hut I condemn Ihe system which brought matters to that pass. Then what a Htwctiibla was presented. They were not prnperlly equipped when where- Dr. Northrup Introduc-td the can didate to the crowd. Mr. Hughes's video was still ttouhllni hhr to-night. The physician who Is ao Orioles llrrlrt-t IIMrrrs. Bt'n-AUi, Aug. . Thirteen of the fourteen supreme officers of the Fra ternal Order of Orioles were reelected ft the annual convention here to-day. Including Supreme President K J. btaraea of Buffalo and Buprsme Vice I'rettatnt Bverett C, Bote of Reading-. ppeii wllel! . ...,.,..,. hi... on the tour believes. 1 ),... ntiirled: suiililleh were not ready ! i, ,,.,., ,hi ulih ,iu..fiil n.vil m 11 for them, and some of them suffered In Wtl ,, )e restri to perfect condition, the mode In which they were transporter Mri jiughCB ef, at 0i30 for Fargo, N. D. 1. dlscllargo their new duties. Why, lt llU .Minneapiill apcech .Mr, Hughes wan a spectacle showing Inefllcicncy of gil((I )n )mrt . tl.o first mnwltude, , t , UHrM , toi)k ,.. "The right- about .i thnre has , e." ,rl,vUZ'-m bureau, the Rureau of Census u, nn ,,,.,, 1. .. an em nont slat 1st clan, a man of con. tut u-.. live in a world of arms. It would be tho rankest folly for us tt Invite Insult, for us to invito Ihe ells, regard of our word by having an ob vious condition of unpreparedness. "Preparedness that la reasonable and adequate Is not militarism. There la no militarism In this 'country. But ade quate and reasonable freparedneM la an rplesious expertnens and Illness for the ilace, had been retired snd u man had been appointed to his place without qualifications for that Important tech nical work. You must know bow Im portant that Census Rureau Is. In the protjtr collation of those statistics Is fur nished the opportunity for many Invettl- Wnrnlns; Asmlnst liupoalora. The Active Service Auxiliary. National tiuard, has Issued a warning against Im postors who have solicited aid from Various organizations on the pica that tho persons from whom they received their support were on duly nt Ihe bur der. Studio cloned until September 18th. m 576 Finn AV Crne king or a a" insist! ell" " M i1U.l All iTABLEWJfllfli w ur agjitiADixnaJuici north Beach Mil ITS S-BUIU R. MTU KT. A IT KITH tiv "l Belber-Fitall Bags and Suit Cases Filled with the patented FIT ALL adjustable holder for toilet articles Btlher Suit Cast FIT ALL aJjuslMt filteJ uilh hUtr. aV tm Dilhtr Bat jitled tcith FIT ALL cc'JuitaUc hclJer. ' W'c are now showing Belber-Fitall bags in 20 dif ferent styles, and Belber Fitall suit cases in G tie signs, made of hand-boarded cowhide, box calf, long grain seal, and mat seal. ' You can make the loops of the FITALL Adjustable Holder any width you wish, and it will accommodate any toilet articles you want to cany those off your bureau or specially selected fittings, as nref erred. ; Because the FITALL is readily adjustable, it will hold Id one article as securely j it will hold many, i PRICES: Belber-FITALL Bags $8.50 to $22.50 Belber-FITALLSuit Cases $8.50 to $22.50 Broadway at 34th Street A Today, Friday and Saturday Forenoon An Extraordinary Sale of Men's Straw Hats at $1 JjVERY straw hat in our department with tho exception of Panamas is included in this im portant event. Made of the finest straws in the very choicest and newest styles, by foremost foreign and domestic manufacturers. When you consider that there is fully six weeks of straw hat weather ahead, and the remarkably low figure at which these hats are offered today, you will agree with us when we state that this is an opportunity which no man can afford to miss. All sizes from tjs to 7:;s- Also Special Sale of Men's Panama Hats at $2.95, $3.95 and $4.95 Former stock prices S5 to SI2. Xone C. O. D., exchanged or credited. On Sale Today--The New Saks "Town and Country" Sport Shirts for Men, at $1 Whatever your game, indoors or outdoors, you'll want one of these new sport shirts, designed to be equally appropriate for office or sports wear. The new collar, cut to just the correct height, affords maximum comfort under all conditions. Made of light weight Oxford cloth, in tan and white; fine quality mercerized cloths in tan and white. Clearance Sale of Men's Shirts at $1.45 and $1.85 Made of the newest materials in cluster and pencil stripe effects, satin stripes, figured and jacquard designs. Negligees with soft cuffs, and pleated models with stiff cuffs. All sizes from 13 1 j to 18?..., including sleeve lengths up to .')6. Beautiful shirts that are far ahead of any ever offered at the figure? quoted. Men's High-Grade Silk Shirts at $2.95, $3.65, .$4.95 and $5.95 An extensive assortment of fine silk shirts in a va riety of beautiful designs and colors. Very reason ably priced. Obtainable in the following weaves: Crepe dc Chint. Crepe, Francois, Sill' Faille. 7'msoi Cloth, Broadcloth, Radium Silk, Silk Fibre and Xotellu ueares. To be had in plain colors and in heavy satin stripe and cluster stripe designs. ' Men's Silk Neckwear at 55c Mainly $1 scarfs of a special purchase, com bined with a very choice lot of silk scarfs from our regular stock. Nothing newer in scarfs than these, and there is more real beauty of design, and a far wider choice for your selection than can be found in any neck wear in town today at 55c. The materials include: Crepe failles, import ed foulards and genuine Pussy Willow silks. Men's Linen Dusters, $2.95 Reduced from S3.95 Double-breasted models, with Raglan or plain shoulder and belted back. ah Flnr.