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WORK OF HIS TERM !
MILLER'S PLATFORM
But Governor Gives Hearers
Xo Hint of Candidacy at
Hilles Dinner.
'WAKIXG UP TO HYLAN'
Wads worth Says Direct Primaries
Hinder Harmony
in Congress.
LOVING CUP IS PRESENTED
Honor Guest Said to Be Onlyi
Ohio&n Not Candidate for
President.
Speaking almost entirely on the
achievements of his administration
lAst night at the dinner given by the
/national rtepuoucan taun in nonor ol
Charles D. Hilles, national committeeman
and its retiring: president,
Oov. Nathan L. Miller closed with this
declaration:
"I think you can make> an appeal
with confidence to the people at the
polls this fall both on State and on
national issues."
He failed to give 300 leaders and '
members of the Republican party the !
^lightest intimation as to whether he
would run for a second term. Early j
in the speech he spoke of the kind of
platform "we are going to the people
With this fall," which was taken by
eomc as an indication of his mind.
' People Waking' I'p."
Referring to the H.vlan administration,
the Governor said:
"We have done some things in the
Interest of this city, which seem to
have been unpopular with a mass of
the electorate, juding by the election
last fall. Hut 1 think now the people
are beginning to realize the difference
between talk and accomplishment.
Proper provision has been made for
the development of port facilities in
this great harbor. We have been told
by City Hall we seek to develop the
Hackensack meadows. I lhink they
are most suitable for freight yards,
.much more so than Broadway.
"The work of the Transit Commission
is being unfolded. At last there seems
to be some action stimulated orst.he part
of the city authorities. While, there is
nothing approaching real cooperation,
there seems to be something in site.
There are hopeful signs. If an aroused
public .sentiment can make itself felt,
it may stimulate more action. The people
noted better and greater transportation
facilities. And they are going to
United States Senator James W.
TVadsworth, Jr., declared the direct primary
system of nominations was responsible
in great measure for the lack
of effective leadership in Congress.
Vliat this State had gone back to the
convention system of nominating United
States Senators and State officials and
justices he said was a step "forward,
not backward."
Wadsworth I.anils Hlllet.
Speaking of the unselfish loyalty and
devotion to principle of Mr. Hllles, the
guest of the evening. Senator Wads- ,
worth said:
"It is a time when loyalty to con- |
victions and ideals Is needed. We are |
not without it, but we have not too j
much of it."
He spoke of the development of ceil- i
lers of propaganda in Washington and j
their Influence on State Legislatures j
and declared we had tended in recent ;
years to a Government of minorities.
The loyalty to Republican principles
HftattJ
M.Hill J
At Re
Neglig
Including
From Ou
for t
Made of Silk Cre
or Chiffon in lig]
Red
Made of two-torn
Lace or Crepe IV
ing pastel shade
Red
Tea Gowns, Ho
including origin;
Crepes, Novelty
ri i
tieaw
NO EXCHANGES
' NEC
. *V .nm u~m tiflfiy
displayed by Mr. Hilles was a good kin<
of loyalty for Republicans the natioi
over to give adherence to, he said.
Senator Calder, who was to have btei
a speaker, was detained by illness
John T. Adams, chairman of the Re
publican National Committee, spok
1 rlefly. Nathaniel A. Elsberg, the club'
new president, referring to Mr. Hillec
said :
"fie is the only native son of Ohi
so far as I know who has not been i
candidate for office in tills Administra
Hon. Yet lie has boon mentioned fo
more positions of eminence, from tli
Cabinet down, than any other man."
l.ovinK Cup Is Presented.
James R. Sheffield presented a lov
intr flip 10 ^ir. nines, who tiwuh
grateful response. Ho talked about th
Harding Administration and called fo
a united effort to maintain a Republl
can majority In Congress at the comim
election.
(low Miller had attended the funera
of State Comptroller James A. Wende
at Fort Plain in the afternoon and d!
not reach the clubhouse until after 1
o'clock. He was heartily greeted whe
he came in and again when he spoke. 1
was the first time, he recalled, that li
had had the opportunity of nddressin
the members of the club since he becam
Governor.
Mtller MvndeH \ew Te'm.
As it was the first speech he ha
made to a strictly partisan audienc
since the Legislature went into sossio
in January, there were hopes the Go\
ernor would give some indication tha
he would be willing to accept anothV
term. Ills every word was watche
with the greatest care, but In vain. I
is hoped lie tnay have some declaratio
to make at the speeches he will mak
this week before the Kings County Re
publican Committee on Wednesday an
me .new iors v. uumy iweuu>;vau
mlttee on Friday night.
After declaring that Mr. Hllles wa
tho "type of whom we need more on th
tiring line in the Republican party" th
Governor contlniied:
"Our party's successes have been wo:
by standing on principle and perform
nnce. The most notable accomplish
mints of the Republican party hav
been in espousing causes that at th
outset were unpopular. But, bclievini
in principle, the party has had th
courage to appeal not to fleeting, bu
to intelligence."
"This course will continue to prevai
There may be shifts in opinion, but th
Republican party will not shift it
course for passing expediency."
Then the Governor started to tal
about the coming State campaign.
"I suppose It will he conducted o
State issues," ho said, "although w
stiould not need to run away from na
ttonal issues. Wc can approach th
campaign with confidence because w
percan make it not on excuses for nor
performance, but upon a record c
promises kept."
In the last campaign the Democrat
had said it would be impossible to sto
the mounting costs of government with
out constitutional amendments. The R<
publicans had said they would etop 1
and they had. In his first year, th
Governor said, $70,000,000 had bee
eliminated from the budget, causing
net saving of $10,000,000 over the prt
coding year. The wailing and gnashln
of tooth was so loud the Democrats ha
to acknowledge tho reduction, but the
said efficiency would be impaired at;
deficiencies in the appropriato as woul
result. On the contrary effciency \va
nromotcd and there were no dofieiencie
This year still further reductions wet
made.
WOMAN RUNS THIRD
IN CONGRESS RAC>
Wichita Falls. Tex.. May 13.ICarly
unofficial returns to-night fro
the election to fill out the unexplre
[ term of the late Ducion W. Farrish
Congress from the Thirteenth distri
showed Gulnn Williams leading, wit
S A. D. Morgan second.
Miss Annie Webb Blanton. sister i
Representative Thomas D. Blanton, wt
running third. Orville Bullington w?
far beh.ind Miss Blanton. All cand
('stes are Democrats except Bullingtoi
who is running on an independei
ticket.
VESSEL. TO BRING FRESH FRUI'l
Increasing freight traffic between Not
folk and New York has led the Old D(
minion Transportation Company to chat
tor tlie steamship Tuscan from the Met
chants and Miners Transportation Com
pany. and to start her carrying cargoc
of fresh fruits and vegetables to Nortl
ern markets. She is a 4.000 deadweigl
ftm vessel and carries freight only. Pat
senger traffic is being handled by th
Jefferson and Allianca.
klin Sirno
\ venue, 37th and 38th
educed Prices A
;ees andTe^
Original Pai
r Regular Stock an
he First Time this S
pe Meteor, Satin, Crepe <
ht or dark shades.
uced from *27.50 $29.
e Chiffon, French Crepe c
leteor in smart colorings
s.
uced from '39,50 $59.
fticsa uuwna vji xjuuuuj
al Paris Models of Chif
French Fabrics or Lace
ced from 575.00 s98.50
jLIGEE SHOP-F/rsf
THE
"BACK DRAFT HURLS"
FIREMEN TO STREET
5.
0 Four Sent to Hospital for
Burns and Injuries in 26th
e Street Blaze.
I
. Ft'R STORE IS DAMAGED
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e
' Prompt Still Alarm Probably
5 Averts Much More Serious
S Fire.
(i
o
Lieut. Joseph McDonald and three
e firemen of Kngine 1, caught by n backg
draft when they forced an entrance tc
e the blazing furrier establishment of M,
Klein & Co. on the second floor of a four
story brick building at 132 West Twentysixth
street last night, worn severely
'1 burned about the face and arms,
e The building is situated between twe
n taller loft buildings and a citizen senl
r- In a stjll alarm when ho saw smoke
t issuing from one of the second story
r windows. The second and third floors
were in flames when the firemen arrived.
t Ti.nl 1,1 ..n.) l.'ir.m.n I.Vi-Sin.
11 and V. Oberst. Kugene Kcrby aiid
0 George T. Buchheit of Kngine 1, and
two firemen of Hook and Ladder 12
d after making their way up the narrow
" stairway with a line hose, forced onr
of the doors of the Klein establishment
s and were caught in a terrific back draft
e that blew them down the stairs and Intc
e the street. In their descent they bowled
over several other firemen who had
n just started up the stairs from the
first floor.
McDonald nnd his firemen were placed
e in passing automobiles and taken to St
e Vincent's Hospital. The two firemen
? of Tlook and Ladder 12. who sustained
e only slight burns, were attended at the
1 =cene of the fire."
Another company that had been sen'
' into the burning building meantime had
15 extinguished the fire after it had
s wrecked the Klein establishment and the
quarters of the B. at B. Pur Company
on the third floor. The damage was
estimated at J5.000.
n
COX NOT IN OHIO RACE.
e Paytov, Ohio. May 13.?Former Gov
- James M. Cox to-day declined the inviif
tation of a political club to enter th(
race for Governor of Ohio this year,
s His entrance, he said, would be "elngup
iarly ungracious to gentlemen who ali
ready had given much time to their ran?
didacles. Tf one takes the work serf
t, ously, and he should, the executive task
e is a hard, gruelling job, and I would not
n contemplate a return to it with any
a. sense of happiness."
i franklin Simon & Go.
11 Fifth Avenue
IS
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Of Special Interest
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. Gowns
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d Reduced
reason
de Chine
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NO CREDITS
Floor
NEW YORK HERALD,
1 JUDGE DISQUALIFIES
SELF IN MURDER TRIAL
Commented on Accused Wife
Slayer in *Jocular Way/
Miami, May 13.?Judge H. P. Bran1
ning in the Circuit Court yesterday disqualified
himself as presiding Judge in
the forthcoming trial of Edgar C. Frady.
Chicago automobile man, who is charged
with the murder of hia wife In a local
hotel last February.
A pe<ition filed to-day by attorneys
' for Brady asked the disqualification on '
the grounds of bias and prejudice, alleg- 1
ing that when Frady applied for his
' release on bail the Judge remarked : "Do I
you think I am going to let a murderer '
out on bail?" Judge Branning yoster-I
day said that he had made the statement f
only in a Jocular way.
State Attorney Gramllng said to-day !
ho would forward tho disqualifying ]
5 order to Gov. Hardee at once nnd ask
him to assign another Judge to hear the i
, case. The date for the trial has not been !
set.
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SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1
SEIZED IN BROADWAY'
FOR $12,000 THEFT;
0. H. O'Brien Had Vanished
After Itidgewood Club's
Funds Disappear.
George M. O'Brien, who has been
absent from his home at Rldgewood,
N. J., since last February, when he
was indicted for the alleged theft of
S 12.000 from the Ridge wood Country
Club, of which he was a formp" prr 1der.t,
was arrested last night by the ,
New York police. J
Tlio arrest of O'Brien, who says he
is a manufacturer, was effected by j
Charles E. Russell, a member of the i
club, who recognized the man In Broad- f
way and followed him Into a billiard
dual Shops
VIMER. FI
5! 'ION T(
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j? J^ess than Or1
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Gown Shop for
pankl
Do not miss the street
to 18th, for the benefn
922.
oom at Forty-lir*t street and Broadway.
Mr. Rursell, who served in France
is a major, called a policeman and had
3'Brlen placed under arrest en a techtical
ohanro of the theft of $75. He
Alii nave a nearing iu-u?j m u.n'
darket Court, at which It is understood
Jowph Kingsley, Sheriff of Hancken ?ack,
N. J., will ask. that he be held to
twait extradition.
According to J. H. Dunning:, who suciceded
O'Brien as president of the Jericy
country club, O'Brien appropriated
112,000 last summer or autumn. M
Dunning said he manipulated checks
lgainst the bank account of the treasur:r
of the club and embezzled about half
if a fund of $12,000 which had been
lubscribed to by members for the improvement
of the house and grounds.
Mr.' Dunning said lie understood
3'Brien had an interest in a southern
rtiriri- con' *rn which was his chief
neans of livelihood. He said ho had two
irothers. both wealthy, who had rolused
to render any assistance to hirn.
"Mr. Russell," said he, "immediatey
communicated with one of the bro- I
hers upon O'Briens arrest and ho eaid
10 would permit the law to take it3
;ourso.
Before the Indictment of O'Brien tho
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Voile Frocks
Linen Frocks
Dotted Swiss Frocks
Cretonne Frocks
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i?iioor.o u " ? KJ i\
in Simon
fair on Park Ave., 46th to 5
t of the Ass'n for the Aid of
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club obtained a judgment against him
and a writ of attachment for his property
in West Knd avenue. Ridge wood
was Issued. However, his wife, who
had remained at home, had the judgment
set aside upon proof that she
; owned ali the property in question.
MUST PRODUCE BODY
OF LILLIAN WHITE
Dead or Alive Is Order to
Letchworth Home.
.Supreme Court Justice Locndcr B.
Faber in Brooklyn yesterday Issued a
writ of. habeas corpus directing Dr.
! > nanos n. inline, superintendent 01 tnc
Be tch worth Village Homo for Girls, in
Rockland county, and the superintendent
of Bedford Reformatory, to produce
ir. court on Tuesday, at 10 A. M., tiic
body of Lillian White. The writ directs
the body of the woman be produced
"dead or alive." '
Mrs. Katherlne Copertino of 1108 Bcrcen
street, Brooklyn, sister of Billlan, is
the petitioner. She was represented by
Mrs. Anna W. Hochfelder, a lawyer of
1A) Broadway, Manhattan. The petition
states that a skeleton was found recently
near the grounds of the BotchON
? (i
enue, 37th and 38th
ill Women
NTRODl
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itroducing Or gat
ig ?umrner
^NDY AND YO
3RICE THOSE
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COMES SO <
HON THAT ALL
ABRICS SWEf
TING A VOGUE
SUMMER ADVAP
'ley ''Were *Wi
Qive \Any j\Qumbc
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Organdy Frc
Voile Frocks
Cotton Epon<
Gingham Fro
Ratine Frock
Dotted Swiss
Linen Frocks
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-j 75.00
I F. N - Second Floor
t a Co. |
Oth Sts.. May 16th
Crippled Children.
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* 7 i,
i worth Village Home which was believed
to be that ot Lillian White, but that
after inspection the Grand Jury of Rock'
land county expressed grave doubt as to
the identity. The petition also states
that up to the present the whereabouts
of the girl have not been accounted lor
to the satisfaction of her family.
Lillian White was originally committed
to Bedford Reformatory b> Magistrate
Barlow in the Ninth District Magistrate's
Court in 11*17. In 19*10 she was
transferred to the Letcliworth Home
without the consent of either herself or
her relatives. A skeleton that was
; found last month on Cheeeeoock Mountain
not far from the Letch worth Home
was believed to bo hers
"When the Grand Jury of Rockland
! county sought to ascertain the truth
i about the skeleton the people in charge
of Letch worth Village went so far as to
bring evidence indicating that the slain
11 wos tiro T.HIIa,, Whlto "
Mrs*. Hochfelder "If that is so, let
litem produce Lillian White. They were
responsible for her care and safety, and
if they are so certain the victim of the
inquiry was not the Kirl whose care and
custody they were charged with let them
come forward with Lillian .. nlte and let
th? m show cause why she should not be
restored to her sistcr-j and brother at
this time.
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