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S)J.M m DEMOCRATS FACE " PRIMARY CONTESTS Insurgency Itifo in Party Ranks in Kings, Queens ' and Richmond. BAXLOTrriNG IS SEPT. 2 Complete List of Candidates by Two Chief Tarties Is Announced. The I3oa.nl of Elections completed yes terday the examination of the various petitions that have been filed designat ing candidates for nomination for of fice by the members of the legal par tics In tlio coming primaries, which come on September 2. There are few contests In the Re publican or Democratic ranks In New York county. Although Justice New burger has been designated by the com trilttee of the bar to run In the Demo cratic primaries in' opposition to the thlrty-thrce-year-old son of Samuel Un ttrmyer, who has been picked by Tam many Hal for the place 'now held by Justice Ncwburger. It to the tatter's In tention to file n declaration of this desig nation. He will remain ns a Republican candidate, however. ' Justice It, II. Smith or the City Court, who also was turned down by Tammany, will remain in the primary fight for the Pemocratlc nomination. In Kings county those rebelling against the rule of John II. McCooey liavo filed a complete county ticket In opposition to that picked by the "boss" and his lieutenants. Thcro Is also Insurgent activity In the Democratic ranks In Queens, and In Itlchmond thero Is a complete Insurgent ticket against that jjlcked by the Demo cratic bosses. There aro no primary fights to speak of In the Republican ranks. In Kings county Representative Reuben I Has kell of the Tenth district Is running for County Judge nomination against the tjro nominees picked by the organiza tion. In New York county fusion in Socialist districts Is expected to prevent the elec tion of any Socialist, Assemblymen or Aldermen. A complete Hit of the Republican and Dcmoeratlo designations In the five coun ties in New York city follows: SUPRRMB COUrtT. PIB3T DISTRICT. , Ilepubllcin. Democrat. Joseph B. Nesrourger Irwin Untermyer Philip J. McCook 'Robert I Luce CITY COURT (MANHATTAN AND BRONX). Richard It. Smith Thomas T. O'Reilly William II. Choroah Louis Wendel Henry K. DarU Joseph, M. CalUhan SUPREME COURT, SECOND DISTRICT? Arnon L. Squtert John 11. Kuan Rcdeslgnatlon. New York County. 'ASSEMBLY. Republican. Democrat. Dlst. ,i-Harry O. Psrk 'Peter J. namlll ft-Jacob Rosenberg Ca'sar B. F. liarra ' H. P. Cunningham Thomas T. Burchlli I Dare Klrich Samuel Dtcktteln (Edward o. Rest Charles D. Donohus Sol. Ullmaa Sol. UUman T-Noel Bleecker Fox Mary M. Lilly s Herman Weiss tHtrman Wetss Martin Bourke ThlllD A. Walter lO-'WHUam W Pellet Lionel IMn It William C. Amos '10 A." Kahn 12 Irwin I. RackofI Martin O. McCus Jt Robert D. Wallace 'John J. Cronln 14 Thomas Msllet Edward T, Ileaiey It 'Joseph Steinberg Murray Taylor 16 William Grose Maurice Bloch . 17- Joseph N. Schults tJoseph N. Schultl II Daniel J. Kaughton Owen M. Klernan 13 Miss M. L. Smith 'Martin J. Healer i 20 Mario O, D ptrro Louis A, Curllller ' M-Mohn C. Hawkins J. Frank Wheaton t: Arthur J. Smith Charles S. Levy 21 Ceorre N. Jesse B. Elliott Burston Rf definition. tRtpublican indorsed by Democrats. BOARD OF Republican. Dlst. 1 Frank Fanelll Michael Sossl J Tiios. McAndrewi 4 tLouts Zaltntr H John J. McCarthy e tE. I. Sllvertteln 7 Frank E. Hoffman a tMorlts Oraubard Q TlHArrM W. Hall lO-Smnls J. HanloTi.Jr. 11 wiillim F. uuinn i: William A. Hogan is James J. Sullivan lt-Iyn Weil lli Maurice A. Burke 16 William H.Thomaa 1J C. 8. Bostwlck li Abraham Ober 1 J. W. Friedman 2C L. A. Mendelsohn 5f Loula Cardsnl Charles Kobello 23 'Bruce M. Falconer 24 Henry J. Cushen rs ISamucl R. Mrrris 26 Georre W. Harris ALDERMEN. Democrat. Rernsrd E. Donnelly Michael Stapletnn Stephen F. Roberta. Louis Zeltner John F. McCourt E. I. BllTersteln Charles A. MoManus Morlls Oraubard Thomas i. O'Kane ,'Wm. P. Kanneallr Jama J. Sarate.sJr. William- T. Collins Thomas O'Reilly Thomas U. Farley Thorns P. Thornton Edward Cassldy Frank Mullen Edward V Gllmore Chss. A. GeOfli.ran Timothy J. Sullivan John B. Nurent Frank A. O'Krten Edwla J. McDonald James F. McNulty Samuel R. Morris Morris Nenman 7 Dr. CtJf. Roberts AnmstM Hi Wise. Redsstrnatlon. tRepubllcan Indorsed by Democrats. 1 Democrat Indorsed by Republican. MUNICIPAL COURT. Dlst. 1 Jimss A. Turler John Hoyer . 1 James D. C. Murray William J. Moore , 1- O. W. McLtnnon William J. A CaffreyN a Benlamtn Hoftman Benjamin Hoffman J Morris Eder 2 William Blau a William Armstrong Thomas B. Murray J Anthony P. Ludden Tbomss E. Noooan 5 Abram Ellenboien 6 Alexander U. Zlnke 8 Chas H. Orl filths Tlieodore II. Ward t Sol Onpenhelm Timothy A. Leary (Carroll Hayes. John F. Cowan Kings Oeaaty, COUNTY JUDGE. (Republicans. Democrats. Norman 8. Dike Howard T. Nssh Frederick 8. Martya Daniel J. Orimn fReubea L. Haskell tOeorse K. Hnaton, tKlanle C. McDonald BORSOOATH. James Crooks MoLeer Oeoie A. Wlnrtte tTheodore E. Larson DISTRICT ATTORNEY. MaTy E. Lewis John B. Johnston. R Percy Chittenden 1 SHERIFF. Joha Preacher. James J. Browne 4Thomas E. Wlllmott COUNTY CLERK. John S. Qaynor 'William B. Ketty tCharlea ToUerla REGISTER. Edward 3L Maddox Richardson Webster a t Eugene E. Routt MUNICIPAL COURT. Dlst. 1 No deslrnatlon J Joho R. Famr James A. Dunne" Tlieodore J. Robblns Max Mertzfeld S-nbarles J. Carroll Charles J. Carroll Mors an T. Donnelly H-Louls R, Blck "Jacob S. Strahl t Elmer O. Sammls 4 Sam'l C. Dubersteln (Morris I. Lewln John J. Meacher Bernard J. Becker Redesltnatlon. tlnsurgent. ' ASSEMBLY. " Dist Republicans. Democrats. 1- Jamea J. D'Amato 'John J. Griffith 2- Jame J. Mullen 'Thomas J. Cox 2 No deslrnaUon 'Frank J. Taylor tJohn J. Monlgsn 4 Mitchell M. Heller Peter A. McArdle 5 J. II. Csulfleld, Jr. (Icorze S. Chsas Jiarry Dlmln 'Martin Solomon tJohn F. O'Brien 7 William B. Cuttle 'John J. Kelly I Frank E. Casanova 'Edward J. Flanat-an i tMlchael J. Reilly 9 James T. Carroll 'Fredorkk S. Burr tnavld II. Barry 1A Leo V. Doherty 'Hoxie W. Smith U James F. Bly. 'Dsnlel J. Lyons tLouls Silk IS Wm. T. Simpson Albcrt Link It Louis Greenspan Ororire W. Llndssy It Mlchsel Csrallo Joseph Lentol IS William O. Henog 0. J. MoWilUams fJohn J..McLouzhlln 1 Hsrvey J. Ross. Charles Joseph n-'Fredfc A, Wtlls iw. o, IL Kadis 1! Theodora Btltt l-3. J. De Llw John Detnlco JO John O. Oempler Trasjt &aaliaa Daniel AT, Fox Deal. 0. KUnrmana norrs J. Braun IHenry J. Tlerney; Jr. tKODerl K. Tnompson "mum ii. u 'connor Howard C, Franklin Walter n.'Hart 4-Merrlck NlttelT -WilUam Call l-'Wllfred E. Yonker 22 Oeorre U. Forbell I Joseph F. Rloca waiter a. nan Redesltnatlon. tlnsurrfnt. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Dlst Republicans. Democrats. Ss Arthur V. Gorman Joseph F, Dooley i nomas a. urowiey IT Michael Barra Patrick IL Larney IS No deslrnatlon F. A. Cunningham S Edward I. Bolton Francis D. MtCsrey 40 John Wlrth William J. MdKlnnon 41 Sam'l Schmalhelser M. B. Blederman Emanuel Schulberc 42 L. C. Klein fJamea J. Molen 41 Robert F. Tlmms George J. Joyce William C. Ttghe , James A. Kelly 44-Era Miller Cliarles W. Dunn. tJsmea A. Henneur 45 August Ferrand Thorasa J. Bates. miiiam vr, uoine'john L. uempsey 4T-Thomaa F. LaydenMatthew O. Fullum 4t-John Oabrlcl 'Alexander Bssaett tJoseph D Graro Joseph W. BulllTsn William K. McGsrry lister J. urouiness Joseph W. Bulger tl-Thos. W. Rlkemsn Frank J. Cooney 62 'Fred Smith Sua A. Mulhollsnd - U John J. Keller John uL. Rumpus 54 J. T. Moehringer 'Georg Hllkenielcr 55 Charles Mueller 'Louis J. Zettter KAThnm.. P -Mlllwr ITarrv IfAvnt.n ST Edw. R. DOmschke Tharlea II. Haubert. w t'harles J. Moore frhomas J. Cronln, jr. It Wm. II. Tarry, Jr. James J. Morris. Wm. H. Parry, Jr. Redeslgnalion. tlnsurgtnt. nronx Comity. SURROGATE. Republican. Democrat, tOeorge M. S, Schulx 'George M. S. Schulz COUNTY JUDGE. tLouls D. Glbbs 'Louis D. Glbbs . ASSEMBLY. Dlst. 1 Arthur D. Fisher Albert H. Henderson 2 Frank F. Latham "Edward J. Flynn I William Wachlel Robert S. Mullen 4 Isaac Llpmsn M. Maldwln Fertlr (Abraham Slmonoff 'William 8. Erans 1 Rlchartl Dunn 'Tliomas J, McDonald 7-John II Gallagher 'Joseph V. McKee , 5 F. C. Hlrlemau 'J F. MoLoughlias BOARD OF ALDERMEN. IS Henry N. Bowers 'Edward W. Curley 29 Wm. J. Hrennan 'Peler Sohwlckert 19-Joscph W. Miller Jsmes M. Fltipstrlck , . KUner J. McLoughlln II P D'Anyellca 'Jsmes R. Ferguson 12 Irvine Bell William J. Dorgan Philip Stormlnger Joseph Benjamin M George' H. Taylor Charles A Buckley 14 John1 Yule Rudolph Hannoch , K Frrd II. Wilmot Thomas W. Martin Francis B. McCarthy Redeetgnitton. . tDemccrat indorsed by Republicans. Queens County.. SHERIFF. Republicans. Democrati. Fred C. Pearson William N. George MUNICIPAL COURT. Dlst I lfar.y Van Alat Thomss c. Ksdlea 1 William O. JohnsonJohn M. Cragen R. Leslie Smith ttuls Gallucct I A, Chrliltnsn, Jr. Frank F. Adel Ernest O, Hunt IWllllam .II. O'Hare 4 Elmer O. Asbmead William B. Kennedy Edgar F. Hstelton (Lawrsnce'T. Oresser , STATU SENATE. I John L. Karle Joha J. Rlordan ASSEMBLY. 1-Edward V. Gnad 'Pe'ttr A. Lelnlnger 1Wllllam F. Koster' I Otto J. Christ John Kennedy 4 Nlcholss M. Pette John II. Ms lor, Jr. (Ralph Italnern 'Albert J. Brsckley Philip II. Hems Frederick Locks BOARD OF ALDERMEN. . to I,ueln Knspp 'Samuel J, Burden 1-Chirls Hahn Hugh A. Afwell ClJames McDerltt 'Frank Schmlts treter J. Picket t Charles A. Post Jsmes L. McXIroy 14 Wm. B. HaxelwoodMoel Fowler' Redealgnatlon. tlnaurrent. Itlchmond County. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Republicans. Democrats. Charles A. Msrshsll Joseph Maloy Thomas Curley f-Frank H. Innes MUNICIPAC COURT. Dlst 1 Thomss C. Brown I John O, Clark 'Arnold B. Wedemeyer John 0. Clarjc ASSEMBLY. 1 C. Ernest Smith Thomas F. CosgTOVt) tPeler J. Crllly I Stuart L. Kit George P. Reynaud BOARD OF ALDERMEN. O B. B. Babbitt Mlchasl A. Collins tJoseph P. McKay tWalter T. Warren l( Frank Zlrpoll John J. Oltourke tCharles Dermsn rr-Jsmrs Idling 'Edward J. Atwell Redesignatlon. tlnsurgent. WARNING L FLIES UP 25,500 FEET. Frenohmnn, Carrylnar One Pasaen- Rer. Claims New Hecord. ' Paris, Aug. D. Maurice Wolbaug, fly ing an airplane with one passenger aboard, claimed a world's record to-day by reaching an altitude of 7.S00 metres (25,590 feet). , Jhe world's airplane altitude' record wast claimed recently for Adjutant Ca salo of France, who reached a height ot 33,136 feet in June, but In an airplane that carried only the pilot Lieut B. Papa of Italy, carrying x passenger, was credited In December, 1917. with an un official altitude record of 23,212 feet ' Sale of Refrigerabrs Side leer Style. 32-85 Cash or Credit, Ash wood, golden Oalih; white enamel rood chambers; pr foctly constructed. This sale Includes Lift Top. Apart ment Itous style and Stone Lined Re trlgerators up to (OS. On Small Weekly or MerdMy Paymenlt Let Ludwig Bamnann Start You Housekeeping . on Credit Enjoy your own home. Why live in a furnished apart ment when the money you pay will buy the furniture and pay the rent besides. We urge you to buy now and save money. Select any outfit you desire from any of our three great stores, pay a few dollars down and the bal ance in small weekly or monthly payments. Comparison Will Corttinct You Thai Thh Is tie Sort of SMALL ACCOUNTS SPECIALLY INVITED 3'Piecc Cane Parlor Suii (,mth t cushion! and 1 roll) Liberal Credit and Low Prices osw frames" wshiy pommed. ciciy wot v " m can bacla and iJdca; covered In flno fancy damask. Itory Qitfonler 19.69 Cash or Credit. Lustrous finish; steely made. 1M Genuine Oak Rocer Reg. Price 810 12.37 Cash or Credit. Golden finish; Imitation leath- Genulne 0a Dining Chair Reg. Price S3. 2.49 Cash or Credit. Golden finish, cobblor scat. SaLof Baby Carriages 19.85 Cash or Credit. Sanitary uphol stery. Others at 639.03, 037.85 and up. Special Sale ot Hulkle. Co-Carte and Mrollers at 249.67 Cash or Credit Open An Account th any Dinner Set or anything we sell up to i and pay for It 50c a Week Itory Aaam Bedroom Suit (Four Pieces) n' Prtca 8,M (Sold Sonant tr Dntn1. I T . ' f f J DRKBSftR Re. Price M7.00 $30.80 rOy JOT I hit 2uil I U ZIU cniFFONIER Reg. Price MO.SO.... JW.4S , , , I V Hfy BKDr-Rei. Price tU.10 28.e 5 JS Weehlu S IS TOILET TABLE Reg. Price 3S.OO. . 27.18 UJ ,rccVf cash or Credit. 9.74 Sale of Scotch Lace Curtains 2.25 a Sating Sale of Floor Caterings Perfect Ooods No Seconds. Cash or Credit. Neat patterns in plain centre and all over ef fects. White or ecru. Special Sale of Matting Boxes and Cedar Chests at Monty Satlnt Prtca Square Yard, m mm 69, Bring room measurements. An assortment of choice American Walnut Dining Room Suit (Four Pieces) (Sold Separately if Desired.) patterns to select from. It Is BUFFKT R. Price S125 maae witn reic oacic ana uninA ulohet neg will not water. os.o ea&lly absorb EXTENSION TABLE Reg. Price JOS. 74.47 "nuu 1AUH Keg. ince SI7.5U. JH.13 Side Chairs, leather seat SLSFSad, 14.49 leatner Mat: 18.89 Ann (ibalr, reg. price 122.50... Reg. Price 1377.50 i289.89 Cash or Credit. Special Bale of RAG RUGS 4x7 ft (3.08 OlOft 6.0S 8X10 ft 10.08 13.03 Ludwig Bamn arm's Liberal Credit Terms On $35 Purchase 50c Week On $75 44 $1.00 On $100 " $1.50 On $200 " $3.00 "' On $250 $3.50 " On $300 " $4.00 " On $500 ' $7.50 Latter Amounts in Proportion 0x12 ft.,. Library Rocker Reg. Trice SIS .98 Cash or credit. II a. 3-Room Outfit $ of Period Furniture, Pav'or II 14 WeeUv. 298 4-Room Outfit $ of Period Furniture, Pay for II t WctXly. 450 STORE HOURS. 9 TO 5t3Q DAILY OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 9:30. Wo Give TrnAlnr Htamus. H. JC II. Green and Sperry Gold. Free Write tar Otu 24-PaieBooh (Handsomely illustrated la Colors.) It will surely py rm to read this boot ind study the Interior views If you have the slight est lotontiou of buying furnlturn nr AJL.t riiM Tho sn-anaememu shown . .no .urx or experts and jou will profit by following the auggm. tUm,. It ton, yo5 ai about our liberal credit. AdilreM any or our J stoma, Dopt. 8-14, Our Guarantee W e guarantet everything w . tell la durablt tnd well made. No matter ho long you have the goods we will :neertuiiy maki. ood any defects, rhls guarantnt la -without tlm. limit. Sale of 50 Pc. Dinner Seh . , , Cash or Credit. iSIL0?51" gu.mbe Tf Patterns of 95 and 100 Piece Dinner Sets. Atso several beautiful MVtaprices? SOOK BETSat jnoney- Genulne Vtctrolas and Grafonolas From 25 to $300 NO INTEREST ADDED. Cenuine Vidrola No. IV.. $25 Say for H S3 on ell very and the ba I ance fiOc a Week. YouCan Buy a Worth of Records with this machine at tbo regular cash prices without In creasing these terms. No Stamps with Talking Machine Ooods. Genuine Oak Buffet Reg. Pr. 110 O 0.69 to,i.MyilhiMi.iij5 Hi. Cash or i-reatt. Oolden fin. isn. I a mirror. . r g e TO OUR CUSTOMERS The bargains offered In this sale are unusual, and we want all our cuatomera to get their full share of them. You may add whatever you want to your account at the sale prices. This applies whether your account la open or if you have closed it. Newark 49-51 Market St. Opposite no.,r. tf-,,,. not confuse t.a with other stores with similar names. WE HAVE ONLY THPtfE STORES Sale of Brass Beds Iteg. rrlco S23.7S 19.89 Cash or Credit raff lErJ ' ,le avy Posts. To the Public and Patrons of 1 Interborough Rapid Transit Company : Manhattan and The Bronx are threatened with the same transit chaos that exists in Brboklyn. Two things can be xlone bjr the public authorities to prevent any interruption of the , Subway and Elevated service. Point No. 1 Increase Fare to Permit Wage Increases 1 1. Immediately authorize an increase in the . rate of fare to 8 cents so that wages may be readjusted to the cost of -living. , Comment on Point 1. (a) This Company will agree that the City may retain 1 cent out of each 8 to insure r interest and sinking fund upon the City, 1 Subway investment. (b) The Company is facing bankruptcy , , and cannot increase wages without such an increase in fare. 1 4 (c) The Company is at peace with its em ployees, and will agree with them, , through their Brotherhood, upon a read- . justment 6f wages, or submit any differ ence with them on that matter to arbitra ti6n if the fare be increased. Point No. 2 Police Protection to Keep Rapid Traction Going 2. Take RIGOROUS and PROMPT AC iTION to prevent disorder and the intimida tion of our loyal employees. The organizers, lawbreakers arid followers of the association, which has tied up Brooklyn in order to force their outside organization upon the B. R. T. employees, is NOW THREATENING our employees here. Comment on Point 2. (a) ' The leaders who are threatening , to ..j tie up Manhattan and The Bronx are the v ' same men who three years ago sought the same result through violence, dyna miting and destruction of property. Hun dreds of their dupes were imprisoned and' , several of the dynamiters of the Subway are still in Sing Sing. . (b) Interborough employees well earned the right, three years ago, to have the public authorities protect them while continuing one hundred per cent, service on the Subway and Elevated. In spite of dynamite, bombs, revolver shots, deadly missiles and assaults with dan- - gerous weapons as well as threats of f maiming and death made to their wo men folk at their homes in their absence, they kept New York's service going. (c) Instead of waiting until crime has be- ; come rampant and beyond control, po- v lice protection, to be effective, must be given the moment a meeting of the agi tators breaks up. The police must be sent to all meetings at their commence ment in sufficient numbers to see that the groups of so-called "picketers" are pre vented from breaking the law. Their mobs must instantly be dispersed and enough policemen must be placed on the v trains and platforms to protect every em ployee and must ACT for their protec tion. Such action by the police during the first fifteen minutes of trouble will preserve order, maintain proper service and save the honor and dignity of the City of New York. Our employees through collective bargain ing1 are under contracts which last until the end of the year, and they have declared their intention to live up to their agreements But they should nave more pay to meet the cost of living, and we believe that this is the view of the fair and generous public. If agitators are permitted to take advan tage of this condition to disorganize business, inconvenience the public, intimidate and in jure faithful employees and destroy property, this warning will have been in vain. The responsibility is upon the public authorities " INTERBOROUGH RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY. 1 Best Lacquer, S In. site only. .4 ft.