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M TERS WOULD
i L5 HEARST BOOM
t
y cu Onondaga Disputes
m i > : nd Starts War on
i (i 's Candidacy.
1 J) ,-HNT TO MUKPIIY
: L< lers Insist iVfiller
t j Ci r for Governor
or -ienutor.
S 4 ' jo h . The New Yobk Herai.d.
13.?Open warfare on
'' 1 ' ( " William Randolph
J . or was declared tot
. tion Democrats, up
. in H. Kelley, Onon'
- i ! r and Tammany lieustatement
declaring
w * a chance in the
ed Governor," and
.)< Titement of William
i. regarding up State
H- ?r i.
. Anf nmnriff 11 n Ktntn
i said Mr. Kelly,
<i <v ,.lerable sentlmem
I ' f 1 ii e Mr. Conners is
!) v ,d make Inquiries
nent among Dem
tl'i i favoring the nom1
He'!'-', but he would
, . 7 ;1n",'n?|| ((
. :id: - to Mr. Hearst as
nm think he has a
- if being elected
'? statement is considered
drive in the Democratic
kill off the Hearst boom
zation Democrats are for
nlth, believing he would win
vliller. In Hearst they see
S - They?think he woqld split
i'i ien from one end of the State
' < .1 )r, not only at the conven1)!.
- 1 <0 on election day. They dc
ij,. t:<. he could hold the Demo,
v up State and they are con
{/ Cot
| c%
Smart, i
y ii peel
'( ?O.J0 $
I ^
f fiernoi
$3
'rf 835 were
inner
I j were $85 were
* 1
i' venini
45 *
re $69.50 were
I ' :~~
{KAPS x
H5 a
were $67.50
V. ,
[p? -r "
DRY COLL
| Oth.'i ishionable Fur Ch
at $1(
Closing Out
FINE SPh
t Sweeping Pi
I j Abou
L
, ' r - 5 will be held for lal
de
V.I. HALL, 1
Fit* Roy 8707
? MMMOOMMMH
I
I ? 'S
Establis
i w. H.
! FUR
18 West 3
NEAR riff
*
Prison Bay
One Skin Sc
Form<
Two Skin Sc
Forme
vlnced that with Tammany lying down
on the Job In New York city, Hearat
would be snowed under by an appalling
vote.
The next move will be a demand of
Charles F. Murphy that Hearst be sidetracked
at once. They want Smith, who
they have been given to understand
will run if the party wants him.
Conner) Startles Lender*.
Hearst workers have been busy In this '
section for months while the Democratlo
leaders have sat still and said nothing.
Mr. Conners's statement startled and j
aroused them.
The Hearst element has aligned with
a number of former organization Democrats
and some independents, no one 1
seems 10 Know just now iu?nj, u?
much influence they exert.
? Renominatlon of Gov. Miller Is being*1
talked of as a foregone conclusion by
Republican leaders In this city and I
throughout central New York. His per- J
soWal friends here say he would prefer to
return to his law practice, which would
be more lucrative, but that it is probable
he will yield to Ward of Westches- |
1 ter, Aldridge of Monroe, Greiner of Erie !
i and Cowie and Wilkinson of Syracuse,
who infend to force him into the ght.
The only alternative, It has been pointed
( cut to the Governor, is to accept the ;
nomination for United States Senator
and bear the brunt of the State cam.
j paign with H. Edmund Machold or some
' other of the younger men of the party
1 1 as the Gubernatorial candidate.
The up State leaders, all of whom I
| want Mr. Miller to rut) again, argtie that <
1 j criticisms by the Democrats of his |
economy program must be answered. |
Mr. Miller, they declare, is the only man i
1 who can answer them, not as a private |
citizen, hut as a candidate for reelection j
1 1 for Governor or as a candidate for the1
| United States Senate.
Conviction of every leader In this section
Is that the Governor will accept a
' renominatlon. For the Senatorial nomination
In case Mr. Miller runs for Gov1
crnor, William M. Calder Is tho only
> candidate being mentioned.
' |
Denials Made by Hearst.
1
5 William J. Corners, Buffalo politician, i
who has sot out to nominate William
' Randolph Hearst for Governor on the !
i Democratic ticket next autumn, dropped
t out of sight yesterday. However, the
: objective of the former chairman of the
i Democratic State committee was the
theme of discussion In political circles
> generally.
John H. McCooey, who was for Hearst
openly in 1918 and has been credited
7ier of 8J "Street |
Dse Oat |
' ndividual ~ |j
Presses tj
35 *49-50 I;
f
re $55 "re $75 |
on fjpesses !
<?.5o $69M{
j?:1 were $ 105 j'
Gowns j
65 *79->u I
$98.50 were $125 |
j Gowns !
2-50 $65 j
$82.50 were $102.50 |
uudi Capes I !
nd $5950 J
were $89.50 y i
D STORAGE]
hed 1856
HALL
RIER j
'8th Street
'Til AVENUE
/
Sable Scarfs
arfs Now $45
?rly $75
arfs Now $75
rly $125
okers and Scarfs in this sale
) to $85
Entire Stock of
>JNG FURS
rice Reductions of
t 40%
"
ter delivery upon payment of a
posit ;
8 West 38th St.
formerly nth Ave. an<l 33<l Ht. J
THE :
with leaning toward him this year, /
smiled when he read the Connors statement.
#
"Let my friend from Buffalo do the
talking," he said. . "Too many cooks (
spoil the broth."
The Evning Journal yesterday, referring
to the "Interview" sent out from g
Chicago on Friday, used a statement
with this preface: "Mr. Hearst gave no c
interview to the United Press. He gave j,
thorn tn Chicago the roiiowing written j,
statement, which was largely varied In ^
the article sent out as an Interview." t
In the statement Mr. Hears spoke of ^
the "arrogant, un-American attitude on
the part of public servants owing al- n
leglance to the big interests.". He 6
added: "I am doing my vbest to tight
It in my capacity as Journalist. That a
would seem to me the best and most ef- j
feetlve way for me to carry on my ?
campaign In defense of the exploited c
and in defiance of the exploiters." t
Mr. Hearst said he was a progressive i !i
and not a radical, and explained "I 1
will do whatever the situation d~mar is, ?
but I first want to know what the gitua- J
tlon really does demand."
In developing this "situation" Mr. : p
Conners purposes bringing up-Staters I
down tp see Mr. Hearst In 500 Wts. I C
J SMay Is the Skfont)
WOME]
I STEAMER
of Imported
Decidedly new ar
$39.50 '
! -I\
W\i) 1' I'J
|
'ht
Coats, capes, and wraps ft
motor wear. You can't duptic
in any other sort of wrap, anc
duplicate the smartness of th<
anywhere at such price3. Mad
Soft, warm, and light in wclg
models for your selection, all
the desirable double-faced effcc
All are the best looking wraj
you'll like them immensely, a
ing along the deck in their er
even Jbetter.
In gray, tan, henna, or brown
with plaip, pi aided or striped
I Two of the various styles
* Misses' Silk
Reduced for Immediate
$25.0
Priced heretofore from i
FROCKS of taffeta with <
and wee ruffles. Frocks i
flowing Canton crepe, or
Frocks smartly developed i
binations. Frocks for prac
of the young girl's day.
One can't describe them at 1<
many*. A very wide selecti
hard-to-please young person,
stances only one of a kind.
Truly, a scldom-mct-wit
|'i at a scldom-offer*
Proin*
5000 yds. Ii
Dress Gin
All new merchandise. 1
quality in desirable colored ch
Special for Mot
(32 ins. wide) 40c
COTTON DRfiSS GOODS
NEW YORK HERALD
NEWTON NEXT CHOICE
IF MILLER DOESN'T RUN
Haider's Anti-Dry Attitude Is
Winning Support.
pedal Dispatch to Tub Nbw Yokk Hkrai.d.
Ai.jiant, May IS.?Gov. Miller Ik the
holce of the Republicans of the Captol
district for renomination at thq
tepubllcan convention next September,
ut should he not run again AttorneyJeneral
Charles D. Newton is conidered
one of the most likely candlates
for the place. Speaker H. Edriund
M'achold is also gathering
trength.
Former Speaker Thaddeus C. Sweet
lid Supreme Court Justice Wesley O.
toward of Troy undoubtedly will again
?ave their names presented to the
onventlon, and Albany county a second
ime Is expected to put forward as
is favorite son former Senator Henry
Sage. He also has been mentioned
or Comptroller to succeed the late
ames A. VV-endell, but It is not be ev'i
ho will reenter public life In any
icsition less than Governor.
In Albany, Troy and vicinity Senator
a der's outspoken advocacy of llberi
of Travel..
NTS
COATS , i
Sk
Cloths We
id smart
A
rjiy\
S
jjj | by (
40-in
ml r^Cu\ criisl
jiv
( i 45*in
4 !
j
Dr steamer wear or
ate their wearability
1 you certainly can't
:se particular models
e of imported cloths. SU]
;ht, there are many signc
trigly fashioned in smar
:t. your
)s of their kind? Since
nd you'll like swinglveloping
smartness C<1]
Cap
mixtures, combined
backs. and I
illustrated above.
Smai
cates
Frocks 34"
e Clearance to
0
$40.00 to 65.00
AI1 !
crisp little flutings here,
in soft, gracefully there
crepe de Chine. c^iarr
in two-toned com- p^Q
sically every hour
binec
tngth, there are too FRO
on, indeed, for the mane
, but in many in- with
14, 16 and 18 years. trimr
b opportunity
cd price.
mported First
ghams , Z
Exceptionally fine
eck* and overplaids. *ttip
r tt cc
iday at th"<
sible
tive
yard well a
-SECOND FLOOR
J1J<?* l
SUNDAY, MAY 14,
allzlng the Volstead act to permit light
wine and beer has gained for him a
considerable following among Itepubleans.
They seem to be glad that there
if a candidate in their own party wet
enough to enlist their support.
Little attention seems to be paid in
this district to Hearst. Xo signs of
his boom have yet appeared.
Former Governor Alfred E. Smith holds
the lead in popularity in the Democratic
party. The rank and file in this district
would back him for either Senator
01 Governor. The main question is,
would he accept?
Cornelius F. Burns, former Mayor of
Troy, is gaining strong support should
Smith uol run. Albany Democrats may
start a lxs-na for Representative in Congress
Peter G. Ten liyck. Former
Governor Martin H. Glynn of Albany
and Mayor George R. Lunn of Schenectady
are also in the field.
HICKS REFUSESTO RUN
FOR CONGRESS IN FALL
Nassau Man Announces His
Retirement.
' Representative Fredeiictt C. Tllcks of
I the First Congressional District will
? ???????????
Don't Miss the STREET FAIR
May, 16, 17, 18?for the Associatic
Stern I
St 42nd St (Between 5th a
For ONE WEEK ONLY w<
laska Seal Wra]
at Exceptiona
may select skins, linings and ti
highest character tne
ie wraps, capes or coats will be mad
Jnited States Government seal) at
lg the busy Fall months in our wor
experts, in any particular style yo1
The fotl<rwing are but a frw
eh coat with plain regulation, or K
1, or chin collar
45-inch coat, the sarr
of the above may be had with kolinsky
or with extra quality dai
ch new model straight line coat
ned with black lynx, skunk, or koli
|T"*I
f omen's Silk S
[TS of every description are in
:d by the leading American or conti
t summer silk, suits so varied in lin
particular preferences can be gratifi
the cape plays so leading a part in th
pe Costume Suits or
e Suits in softly falling crepe
a, collared with fur. In black, navy,
gray. Sizes 36 to 42.
$185 to $290
Tailored Suits i
t, authentically styled, beautifully tr
the work of experts; coats handso
a 46. In navy, tan, gray, and bli
tern Bj
Worn Cc
f V/AAJLVJia. i/
the most desirable and dainty
as well as the loveliest designs by s
is every delicate tint to please your
ningly for Summer. Appropriate
CKS of hand-drawn voile, and
oile and linen com- ? _ ^
i 16.50
CKS of Anderson gingham, Norlic
voile and tissue, slenderly styled,
sashes and point
ningon various models LJJ*D\J
romen's Silk S1
Summer isn't summer at
especially if it happens
of all there are
I new nxtrves to /"V
se from?some / Jr
eked, others */ >f$l ~
cd. And when / fojfi
>mes to colors, I /5n \
: is every pos- I jJ Ml
shade suggesof
summer, as \ 'V^
s black and white. \
1 ' i 'i i 1 ?r
up
1922.
not be a candidate for reelection this
fall. He has notified his Republican
friends that he Is ready to step down ;
and give some other mtn a chance at 1
the office. William K. Luyster, the J
County Chairman, received a letter In
which Mr. Hicks thanked him for the I
many favors shown to him.
Mr. Hicks has wanted to retire as
tjr.e Representative from this district
for the last few months, but the dlplo- ;
matlc post offered to him In South
America did not appeal to him and he I
oecldcd to finish his term.
The likely candidate to succeed Mr. I
Hicks is Robert Low Bacon, son of;
Robert Bacon, one time Ambassador to
France. Mr. Bacon has been active in
politics. For the last two years he
has had charge of the Republican campaign
in XasBuu county and has pulled
it through a successful year each time.
RIVER SUICIDE IDENTIFIED.
George W. Meyer of 220 Hillside ave.
nue. Leonia, N. J., went to the morgue
yesterday and Identified a body taken
from the East River Tuesday as that of
his brother-in-law. Will lam M. Arnold, j
a retired merchant, who disappeared !
from his home at Leonla on Maryrh 28. i
' Arnold had been despondent over the ;
I death of his wife.
(Park Avenue, 46 to 50th Streets),
>n for the Aid of Crippled Children.
> J_I
>roiner<
nd 6th Avenues) West 43rd
: will offer a limited number of
ps Made to Ord
lly Low Prices
trimmings from, an assortment of
trchandise obtainable.
e up from genuine Alaska Seal (be;
quotations wc could not possibly
krooms. All custom-made throug
u desire.
of the many remarkable 'values:
Mandarin sleeve. Shawl, . . _
te as above, $585.00
or skunk collar and cuffs for ?40.00 addit
k mink at ?150.00 more.
with Mandarin sleeve, ?
: $595.
uits for Summ
eluded in this assortment-?suit:
incntal designers, suits developed in <
e and so individualized in treatment,
cd down to the last detail.
e vegue of the day, we have a eollectic
I Cape Costume Suits
I <~i i 1
canton crepe ana opirai crepe,
navy, tan, gray, and black.
34 to 40.
$69.50 to $125
of Spiral Crepe
lade, and finished with the care that
>mely silk lined. Sizes A iQ g
ack tpTy*rothcra^*"*??
)tton Dresses
sheer fabrics for warm weather
>tyle creators, both here and abroad.
fancy, and to make your wardrobe fl<
for all morning and daytime-needs.
FROCKS of novelty stripes,
eponge and hand-made voile 19.
FROCKS of handkerchief iinen
of French voile, trimmed with (i
patterned lace and exquisitely
drawn by hand,
weaters - - $19.f
all without the sweater?
to be as smart as these.
Finished with a
girdle and pod
Js. N. Soft and lustr
$ nk \ one
i ,JP\ \ silk sweaters w
I ilw\ I Su,ck,y g've c
jLbIgjfy] / and variety to j
th ' summer sport t
yji V MAIN ^
\
WOMEN VOTERS ADOPT |j
PUBLIC PRINCIPLES
Miss Florence Halsey Elected C
President at Trenton.
Tbbnto.v, May 13.?The New Jersey '
State Leaguo of Women Voters, meeting R
at the Stacy-Trent Hotel, vote.i to-day u
to adhere to the principles enunciated ut |,
the convention by Mrs. Maud Wood h<
Parks, national president of the League ! B
of Women Voters.
These principles are: To keep In- in
formed on all public questions ; to w- igh b
the qualifications of candidates and
study the policies of political parties ; to N;
vote according to conscience; to ole y '
every law, even if not in sympathy with ?
all: to support by all fair means policies
which the Individual approves; to re- n
spect the rights of those having opposing J
views.
Thqpe officers were elected : President,
Miss Florence Halsey of Highland Park;
recording secretary, Mrs. Henry C. Richards
of Newark; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. S. H. Colvln of East Orange,
and treasurer, Mrs. Ard Dlx Kerlin of
Moorestown.
For Summer ?M
WOI
^ Silk Breal
A large collectic
1 OL* regular stock an
$1:
(Formerly cpriet
^ mfifiuirtin r..? a<|W5;^T~nxSrirXT
&
hOUt wV^'>
00 nl?
:ional 1 tl \V.i j
1 it
00 s w
>* i i V ^o*rr
0j? Sevcrr.1 models to :
depends upon your pre
i dCr
satin, gros de londrc,
cvtry Some have delicate co
that others use many wee ru
material, for you may
>n cf more tailored, but just ;
lovely colorings, all of t
of tinted as Summer itself
(Two models
Sizes
An urgent opportunity
SECONI
mdi
10
5000 yar<
Cantor
Desirable colors, incl
black and white; coc
art b
And 4? inchc3 Wi
owe: ,
$2
'J 5 (^gular valu
and
nely 2500 varc
50 " "" '
Crepe (
Evening Shades, sere
jq black. 40 in.
$1
gilk (Regular <valu\
cets. ?
out.
a" Sport
>i 11 r
lath This season's weave
/our variety of styles. 40
Z. $2
SILK DEPARTMEN
' I
^ ^
H
ENATOR ^ AIDER
P. P7C IaI^E POfcOrt
'onfined to Home, but May
Be Out To-morrow.
Senator William M. Calder in III
tomnine poisoning at his hom) In
rooklyn, it was learned last night. He,
as taken ill on a train from Washing.'
>n Friday night. Yesterday morningr
> had a high temperature. Dr. E. H
arclay, the family physician, who tj
i tending him, said Senator Calder had
nproved considerably and probably will
out attain by to-morrow.
The Senator was unable to attend the
ational Republican Club dinner to
harles D. Hlnea last night.
Phe Kensico Cemetery
America's Burial Park?460 Acres
Office 103 Park Avenue
Telephcne Murray Hill 1842
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orning 'Daintiness
dEN'S
i
kfast Coats j
in taken from oufr
d REDUCED to
!
ISO I
up to $19.50) j ?
i H
/ H <
: ^ *
select from?it simply |
:fcrencc in fabrics?crepe >'
or soft, two-toned satin. j
bwcb laces and rcsebuds, j
tellings and flutings of the j
like fluffy effects best or
as feminine styles. Many
hem as fresh and blossom*
illustrated above)
' indeed, at this low price,
_ .
is All-Silk
1 Crepe
uding ample quantities
>d weight and quality,
de. Per yard,
.25 :
e: $3.50 yard) jj
1$ All-Silk |
jeorgette 1
ct colors,
wide. P* y .
.15 ||
z: $1.75 yard)
: Silks |
s and colon. Large ?
inches wide. Per yard, j
.85
fT ?SECOND FLOOR. (!
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