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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1904, New York, New York "Ail the News That's Fit to Print" THE WEATHEB, Showers and cooler; iresh southwest winds. VOL, LITI....XO. It NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1904.-SIXTEEN PAGES. ONE TENT J-i lirrulcr Yoi-U. .l.-rm-y I'lty BROKER WHACKS SLEUTH, j ARREST INFORMANT ON Crew Teil of No Fire Drills at Inquest, FIRST MATE NOT LICENSED Police Have Trouble in Getting Mend- ham's Chauffeur to the Station. .-Mi .nK.miobiiist who said that he was e H. MendhKin. a broker, of Broad Sire.n. and llv.-.l in Yoiikcrs. 'tried to fight i.ft liic-yile I'l'lieenien KerriKiin and Dono- l-.uowitii hN cant' at Fifty-ninth Street -UK! Avenue lust cvcnirisr. uccordliis to 1 TRAIN WRECK PLOTTERS ut Nearly One Hundred More Bod- ies Recovered Near the Scene of the Wreck. ur women whose names were not v.er" RnliiK nth Avenue at -it .street the policemen nd Uonohuo are detailed t.i for automobile say that the .-nitmnobll-. rate nf twenty-five n'iK'S C i l.-.irm-d j l''i t v. fi li'.em. Kerrigan n, nl. In cinches iljng They s at the Demanded from President Metlen to Save Convention Train. CAUGHT NEAR WILKESBARRE Thought to Have Been Connected with Similar Threats to Lehigh Valley Road's Guilt. Sfeciafra The AVn1 Times. PCnn., June if.-Michael J. Sullivan, the man who demanded from President Heller, of .the New York, Now Hnven rind ITurlfoni Railroad and promised in. return to reveal the plot for wrecking the special train on that road. oi.r. They say -also that 111" two m'-n in tht> tiaclt with the Tv.imp.l. alone on the front i lint i Sir.- t to Hi-1 ehailt'feur ;it, i-yes front." In the party to paid r.i1 hce.d. The two officers pod- nli-.'i alien cha.-im: the biir ami powerful machine iu> to Fifty-ninth Street and then vi-r to Cran.l Circle. There Kerripiin o nt. M! In the chauffeur to stop, and ho did. Kerrigan snipped to the front nf the machine and commanded the ,-haiiti'etir to turn about and tirivc- to the Dnn.ihii'- followid him'and. wheel- inn his bicyi-1.- ai'.iiRBide. put his hand on th. back the seat. i-.m. to raised :.nd struck fiercely ai Kerrigan, lo hit iir.sers lay 'd Hie but the officer -.v his hand in time. Then Jlondliam j the cli.-iuffevir sf" "h'f.id. The i mmteriiian.'ed the or-.K-r. A patrolman appeared ill this mo- -gethiT with a large and int, rested wd i.nd Mciidliam lo tiio po- in.in lo Kerrigan an.l 'lonnhue. i.-uri'lbaii ti'ld i'he broker that 'lis- i-nd advised bin, Jo uo to station. to th" police, .'-till n-.-ire r.rag-cd. and raised his nuain n. hit HnnolHie, but w.is re- by and the two wo- :i. Then MennlKim 'nrji-n-d the c-hauf-. him lo the Oraml c-'ntr.il whieh bore tlie Conneetieut delegation to 'the ''.'hli'iiBo. C'onveiitlon. was arrested at Tcnklianrock to-dav. l.iist Thursday President Jlellen received nn anonymous, letter postmarked this city declaring that train wreckers had formed a pint to wreck the snecliil train which left i Htiston on Saturday morning. As, other i DireateniiiE letters had been received by President ilellen. it was determined to made an effort to apprehend this man. I stipulated in tht- letter that a sum nt money should be sent" to him. and that he would then. If assured safety and no prose- cutlon. travel to New Haven and reveal Uie plot. He directed that it should be sent by. 1 money order to Ihe Post Office at Tunkhan- r.ock. ttiirty miles h--rff, and made payable to Mithael.J. At the same time a telegram addressed to i Michael J. Sullivan was sent to Tunkhan- nock in care of Postmaster G. S. llaldwln. Chief Detective G. Dougherty and his assistant. William Gray of the Central Railroad of N'ew Jersey, were sent out on the case. Th-'-fiict that last January a thn-atenlns letter lind been sent to the T-ehigh Valley --Railroad officials! also postmarked this city, and threatening to dynamite a I.e- high Valley train unless SHUKXl' was de- 1 pusitf-d at a specilicd spot, on the moun- tain, yave the detectives anotiier clue, and last night they reached this city and had a coiiiVriiiice with Chief of Police Jones. PHIPPSES REACH AGREEMENT. Mother to Have Children 000 for-Her Support. PITTSBURG, June local newspaper to-morrow will say: Through friends It was learned to-day that the .attorneys representing Mr. and Mrs: I-awronce Cowle Phipps have agreed upon the greater portion of the agreement that will end the lltleutloli pending In the. Denver courts. The first Item of the agreement is said to be the surrender of the two children. Helen Chandler and Dorothy Chandler Phipps. to the mother at once with the understanding that the mother aliall have possession of the children for the. first six months, alternating with the father In charge every six months. Mrs. Phipps must surrender all title to the Pittsbure mansion Grand View, the Denver homestead and the title to the (.'nlted States Steel Corporation gold 5 per cent, bonds, aggregating alk of which property-was transferred to Mrs. Philips within the past three 'Christmas' seasons as a token from her len this is done, so It Is said, Mr. Phipps will surrender gold bonds (b the extent of Jfor the support of Ills wife. Mrs. Phipps must also retain in her ser- vice while she has the children, the nurses and maids who aided the husbarkl in re- gaining possession of. his children If the agreement Is effected In all the other details the matter of a separation or divorce will be taken up later with P. t'. Knox, James Beck, James Young and Judge Rodgers, looking after the Interests of Mrs. Phipps. The financial arrangement will come later, but Mr. Phipps will pay all the ex- penses of the adjudication of the affair. In addition to "tills matter Mr. Phipps, so it is said, presented an affidavit to the effect that his divorce libel did not contain a charge of infidelity. CLEVELAND FOR GOODYEAR. YORK WILL YOTE AS A UNIT ON TICKET Delegation Swings to Fairbanks for Second Place. PLATT TO CAST THE 3ALLOT Decision of the Caucus Greeted with with Odell in rull Control. ''told1 They then proceeded to 'Tunkhannock, si-aio'n. and itac-hiiiB there ItinliS lie jlimiieM him by the shoulder, whi.li- party arrived at the SLOCl.'.M'S SAFEGUARDS No Fire Drill. Hose Burst, and Koats Not Lowered. r j'.iry "f fifteen nv- I--.-U.-- ,i th-- ill in Vvilli-.l out by S' k.-r t'iiiled out ills M.-liiiham li'fl ihe" station lie ans! ---iiiil: I b.iy.- :i tri-.Mid who is hitimM and 1 will spend a thousand io DEPORT 202 CHINAMEN. I l-.aufleur. tunied to j with if I I rider l h-in 'if. .Mate Had .V> Licunsv fintrai.t Up-State Convenient Port of Entry Prac- tically Sealed by Court's Order. i N. Y.. June 20.-TWO j hnialieil runi two Cliirnmen. who have'been i copfliH-d at Hie di-tention house nt Maloue j I'nr ciaht r.ionths. left to-night for j by way Viincouvcr. Tiiis practically the end of the '.riffle. which attorneys in Northern X.-w Y. rk hav" mad-1 lartte sums in ir.on, y. the oejiiirture of cf-rnes lh'- closing one of the 'K-f-alion hii'.isfs and the transfer of I n-.-i'r.v- or the uiiinrds and attendants. Tt is i cxpi-'i-l.-d the srrard.ii will rent to j l--hmd. New York. I were TH.irly iiK clients of i: M. M-ioi-i. York and ;u d, hy order nf the 'uurt of Ap- 1 i '.'h-1- l liiiie-e :rafnf :it; llali.ne had grown i.-h liim.-nsions as to attract the a'.ten- .1... highest" officers ill tile inimi- .Malonc- had bt en the it.- of entry for Chinese seekinii; th1- I'tiixcd Suites, and hundreds of f.-Tii liicii.ain-d to Bet throufth there. early this morning. inio In ih'.- meiintime Sullivan calied at the j Tunkhannock .Post Office on Saturday ni.trht, and, asking for mail, was given-the It stated that the money he de- manded for his expenses to Xew Haven had been sent and would reach the office on Holiday. Sullivan, greatly disappointed, ihi-n uisaplieured. The detectives stood guard in the Post Of- fice until 3 o'clock afternoon before ho iisain pat In an appearance. Tills time the money order was waiting for him. It had bei-n si-rit from Xow York, and was for He swore bciause the amount was so small, .n cashed it and was at once arrested. He was '.ukeit. to jail, and there the de- tectives conducted a Ions: cx-amlr.ntlon. admitted' writing the letter, and said he knew all tin' delalls of tlie plot, but refused to make any statement. He admitted, also, that he was from New Haven, and that he was well about -the movement of the iinins on the New York, Xew Haven ami Hartford Railroad, but further ihan this, if he ndmltled anything, the detect- i ives will not .talk. Detective Doughcny left here to-nitrht for Xew Haven. Gray i-e- 1 in Tur.khannoek- i There will be further developments they declare about which they cannot now glva information. The police here are now trying to trace Sulliva'i's conwtlim with the -threat to. dyiiamlle the I.ehieh Valley train lust Jan- u'ary. An effort will also be made tf) con- j r.i-ct him wl.lh other thueatenlng letters j i si-nt to President Mcllen. j To-day Nick Calvey. was arrested at Indorses His f ,-ner Law Partner for Democratic Crematoria! Candidate. Special to The New York BUFFALO, June Sft-'The fivtffalo En- j qulrer to-day published the following from j Grover Cleveland, Indorsing .his former 1 law partner.. Charles %V. Goodyear of Buf- falo, for j Princelon. June 17, 19O4. j "Buffalo Enquirer, N'. Y.: 11 Dear yir: I have just received your let- ter and the clippings Inclnsed. It is a fltv light lo me to learn that there Is a move- j ment on foot looking to the nomination of Stteiat la The Ne-ji York.Tiaitt. CHICAGO, June a meeting to- night of the New York State delegation it was decided that the delegates should vote as a unit for the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt for President and Senator Fair- banks of Indiana fo.r Vice President. There wi s a big throng of dclcgatss from other Stales an.l newspaper men from all over the Union waiting outside of the New York delegation headquarters for ihe an- nouncement, txf.the delegation's action, It. beTTiK the genera! view that If New York' instructed for Fairbanks it: would assure his nomination. The meeting of Hie delegation was car- ried through with a. display o'f harmony and a smoothness which thoWcd that Gov. Odell was the complete master of the sit- uation and. had tit'ei.ded to every detail of the meeting: ip advance in such a way -is to co.mmand the unanimous suvport of the delegation.- -The only inharmonlus note struck during the meeting was a complaint by Senator cier.t stn'iis1 John Raines that New York had not been Od, 1. Plat showing the proper amount of 'enthusiasm for a State- that was to have the nominee for President. Gov. Odell. as Chairman .of the .Slats Committee, called the meeting to order. Around him were seated Senator Platt, ex- Secretary Bliss, ex-Secretary Sena- tor .Depew, Representatives Sereno K- Piiyne.- and Nicholas Murray Butler. Ex- G-ov. Black occupied n seat with the crowd in th" rear 'of the. room and Kdward H. Harrirnan occupied a sent on the second tier of seats behind the Governor. Brooklyn Delegates Absent. When Gov. Odel! asked the jdeasure of the delegation, ex-Gov. Black arose and moved that John N. Parker and Congress- man John Dwigllt be made the taries of the meeting. The roll was Ihen i called. All of the-delegates responded lo j t ana rnf.i. Compelled amiJ great i i and the music of u b-.ind tu sp, ak. Senator j Depew said: j We of New-Yuri; ha-c h-lil a' con- j I vention which will ratified to-morrow and the nexl day. have nominated The- 1 odore Koosevclt for President and Chavieft j Fairbanks for Vice J-p.-.-'Idenl.-and they wilt be indorsed, have written a pint- torrn of principles, arc! that will bs ratified j to-moi'row or the i day. "Wo ucople 1 who received sr.icc ai.d 'irt absclir.ely sure of salvation. l.iingiiler.l Our con- j i vention is quiet j produces no exciteinvin. Jr. ebnventKm when they riot anil fight th.-y 'n-ar public j opinion. I have n.-ver S'-eii mori- Jiiir- i I mony thsm that ar-the New York meeting I j tn-nlghl'. That is imp n-Wlut. l-ceajse as SO'iS j Xew York so goes the Nation." TO BEAT ODELL WITH ROOT. FIUIUUKS Will BE FBI ON THE TICKET His Nomination for Vice Presi- dent Beyond Doubt NEW YORK SWUNG SCALE Platt Men Hope for a New Boss in Albany. Sffcial la 'I'lit Voi'k CHICAGO. .Tune -jO.-IVhen Gov. Odeil wa-i questioned to-n.'ght about the persist- ence of thi Platt men In advocating nomination of Eliliu Rout for spite, the 'fact that Mr. Root told Platt yesterday (hat he nomination and candidacy would st which 1he Governor w "WV do not noinin.it" i Decision Cast Vote tor de- Sciiatiu- did not want tlie discussion of hit the only .comment make ways: except those fro Brooklyn, j York nt a National Friends of tin- -rnor siiy that the pur- pose of the Platt men Ir. cndeuvuriitB work up sen'Jmem here in favor of Mr. Rout's nominalloir perfectly clear. able to cope with GMV. if. the State organization, the Pl-itt men, it is r.fiserled. hojv to s( u Mr, Ituot j to succeed Odell a-. believing that if Root is he will demonsir.ile >uffi- lth t" the leadership from alt couhl not Im-.-.i- to ".influence; Root any more than OueU could, il li- ad- mitted, but at the siim." tlrr.e Knot's C'-mi- nallon would be le; s Riiir.iiK to the rnen thiin tutu of .For this reasor ii Is '.ho umlerstnm'lliiR among notify the Governor the d-lo- Ai'oca. near here, charged with dynamiting j bllng cannonading. a l.ehlRh Valley fn-lghi train eight mites.. D iaid that trom here, two years ago. His alk-Rtd ac- i ul t Jiu in.. complice. George Sinith. was ill-rested 1 wo money value on -the lo LOST 700 BOTTLES OF LIGHT. St. Louis ScientUt Work ot Eight- een Years Go In Explosion. Sftcial. lo The Ktw York Times. ST. LOUIS, Mo., June the ex- plosion of an X-ray machine in the office of Dr. August Siebert 701) bottles of a liquid I light preparation which It took Dr.. Selbert j eighteen yearn to perfect were igressman William I.. proposed. j Elihu Root for the member of the cuni- mlttee to notify Ihe nominee for Vice Pres- Hoot fi'i- (iovernor, '.nil whether or not he himself woi.UI be ;v cail- oiiinion is -.hav It i.- -arly to tic talkhis about lial cur.diOa'.e-'. The d-K-Katos to Conve-illoli have mil been elected yet. I think It would 1.-? just well ui lit :hem ha-ve j.onietlilnis to siiy aboul 11. nelorc the Saratuua entiun two years HK" an atteinut mad- I" farm the noniinaliijn ii'i without eonsulllTig tin- I sales. It was wh-u the u-lfKai.'.-'i I ass.-mliled thtit the declsli.n which tiad b'-. n ix-ach-d by. Hie To; tiers in tavor o! thi- in.mlTiatlim lo It. PiieKluii not meet with th.-ir "There is. hardly a that If Mr. Sin had .1. tha Jteutlbiltv ticket would iliive b-, I! 1' shouli! think that would not V so i.nickly fi.rBi.ln.Ti. l.'or myself il i hav- t.i --ay is that I am a in ''hii.-ajrri for the berniitoriiil r.uiniiuiti'.n in New 1'er- .i haps wh.-n the lo the New Y Him Decides Quest on- Speedy Collapse i. f Taft Boom. CHICAGO. -n.. banks iif w fur ice Pi whom unviii: fli ,.-n i K-i'ii'ii. vvhiib J.-.-j.i-.i c' as a unit for lii- nm-ir Other Ii 1n w choice of the jn.iji.ri- y." A piii! nf tti-- JliKht oil -1 f I-'.-i'.rljnnk.-. 4-it; Hi t, M. 'j'iie f -T tti'1 Sijeak--r CaTini v. was In the way St-iiiit.j- was n-ally r th-y anil inii'r.iy l-.u th.lt it was well ki.t-w -Mr. CajiTinii th.it con venti'.i: tinccr rn.ike a Jict tt of be lit-li-gatlun as liiat -f N-w Vo I-l.zzle the without iastru'-uor.i'. This si-itent ucthvrtiKi! uf Sei.utcr i' detei-iniiiai ii rn.iki.- j i-fl'ort IJut 1'ie Cnllii-.l' that b- pn-si-nu 0 Ii i-uir.-fiilio: dlilat.- to d-i-p i'.ii at Now Fairbanks Says He's V i .Mr. B'-r.-.-'nv. illirg POLICEMAN Durkin A LIFE SAVER. ks ago indicted by. the Grand j Jury. i The men. It is cxp'odca a Ini-ijt- cliiirge of dynamite tiiulc-r a i.ist fselfht. wrecking a cars and over tlrt> Ciiltlc. The Th" infi rnia- tion was fiven -x wom.-.n who 'rays F-be I overheard the two. i-K-ii the tlyna- t n-itins and saw them ruiihiug away after 1 thi- explosion. i The two work jn ihe case has cost the railroall __ nominee for President. The liquid light was composed largely of I alcohol and chloroform. One bottle after another exploded, the detonations rt-pevn ident. Ml. Koot was unnniniouBly elected. Senator John Raines was named as the delegation's honorary Vice President of the convention on motion of Henry B. Coman. rent.- i yVhen William C. offered a rcso- I have been working for eighteen years tuyon that L. Ward be chosen by t he could place no i of his liquid, but from, a scientific standpoint the loss was I St.-ile have elected 1 may j be a candidate." Have you hear! '.hilt Depcw is j j out fur ex-i'ov. i j Hlai-k for Li. Mr. -iVood- rul'f with n merry twlnkl" in his -ye. j Cov. llims-lns wiiulil not sef-lf th- noin'.r.a: i be by ill wi? j way j natn sh.nild j .Mr. Ki.lrliai d 1'ial vli for an t: Mr. KOIII'.- i an- Itont'- slilered. tin- Cnl Iv: -Men hiive but won.il f i-.-- :.f bis friends. i cm.fern-' 1.IUI1H was i
J yiirits When fnuml tiiiit- Ij.i i sv. !in back or bottom with I ills f-i he b'-.-Mrn- iind bi-fiafi lo i r'y iir.t and I 1 u--rkiri was on duty cm th, MAY BE TRAIN ROBBERS. on the perfection of this he ami it has only been recently that inj ef- forts were crowned with succoss. Although the loss Is. severe, I shat) be alile 16 re- place the liquid light withjut much diffi- culty. Had the ncci-dent occurred a months ago the loss would have been ir- reparable." I for JOURNEY. To Escape Jerome goes to Newport from Montana Mining Camp Uncaught. MlSSOUT.A, Jloni.. Jutie men. r Philadelphia Via Detroit and' Montreal. .ispecterl of belnK the robbers who held up Northern Pacific trail board walk, ir.c- :he dis-i.-- s ti) ,1 tin- HI'i.-lioiiM. i-n wiled it aclK-.J th1- t .'L-ii-t--.! I HI- not j si :trt, il mil afler fpl -r.y cin'.hir.tj. bi Mitt. Durkin f !n- was i-xhunsl-d j when In- riaclv.-il Mitt, wlm Ii ul tr'me down i .As tlu- miin bcbbi-d up j i-.Kiiin li'-irkin niiibbcil him. At the saiiu nt Mitt's foot' landed violently in "1-iii-Uiii's the two went iv-r. j As he up Tlnrkin regained bis n.id keepiiiR Mitt's above wa- j ter lie r-M'.l himself arid Hun UrouKht his ii.'l.ore. On tiie Durkin col- j and ih-.- twn wen1 placed in an am- bulanci-- from Vinci-ut's Hospital. On i tii.. v.-ay in'that institution .Durkiu revived and left at the station house at dtaplc- j ton.' Ii'- however. :uo exli.-itistcd I'J complete- his tmir of duty. jfrH had not last evenin.-.r. but the doc- j th- Northern Pacific train at Uear Mouth, have appeared at a mining camp on'Harvey Creek, twelve miles smith of liear Mouth, they demanded iood. They were mounted and carried canvas On- man held up the -miners while the other- lansack-d Hie cniiui for fflod for tli-mselvcs iind. their After re- ining two hours for rest, the yuartet a m'ss Inform printed In i in which- h. ng-r In him that ma roije southerly direction. uiil wuuld come around by morn-; :i to i v--as nocc v< Hd ;t.ve the cbstrnc-.i i-r-cauii liu.se. at Contradictory Evidence. ys ....ncfin'-ij in and expressed tliein- as s ll'l-'i ised Continued on the INDEX TO_DJPARTMENTS. romtn-'-rclal World. I'jge 15. Faye at Hotels ar.d Out-of-Tewr. Euy- 'Euflncss T 'an'- Court Cal-iwlars.- I'atfe Marine and F..H- Isaw I'agi-- Steal I'ane 15. Pajrt- 7. United I'aga M. Pago 1 Firea.-I'aee MAYOR A LIFE SAVER. i New Roihelle's Executive Helps Rescue i a Fellow-Club Member, NK-.V June UD.-l; was not g, ;i, rally V.n-iwn lier-- nndl that on y.iiurday, ihirit'K tin- water races In Hav Harbor. Mayor Henry S. Clarke and i H. both, of the New I lioci-.elie Yacht i.'hib. were instrumental in j life of A. C. R.-htaein, an active i i member club.' who came near being j j frora hln shell. j 1 r.rbi.ein attrmp-i-i. to make the float i whik- his feet were still strapped in the rlB- i shell. He lost liis balance i bnat tun.eil turtle. Mr. Valentine bbt-d the s-ide of the. shell and held it, ARREST THEM WED. "No Kissing" Was a Park Rule and Engaged Pair Didn't Know It. Sfscial If BALTIMORE. June It was the only way to sain release from the Northern .Police Station, Thomas twenty-one years old. and Dorothy Mlnnes, nineteen years old. were married under u bis oak tree in the'station yard. a. Catholic pr.ifi.-t offlcla.tinB, with several policemen and tlie matron us witnesses. It is a i-iile of Park that kisslns and other dermmMrntloTis of affection shall not o.-c-.ir. Hisgins and Miss Minnie were Ig- norant of the rule. Not so a big policeman who dlsc-nve-red them and promptly took j tlv-r.i to Hie station house, where they were locked up. Hi-re they explained th'nt they were en- gaired to be. married, but ihe explanation. i accompanied by ear.nc-it entreaty on ihe ti.irt of the young rr-.in and by tears by the trirl. were of no avi pnibADEI.PHIA, June Reg- inald C. Vanderbilt sought to return to his Newport home some rather circumstantial stories were published about the bold way in which he took a train for New Y.irk-and went there to the house of his mothor-ln- law, Mrs-. Nellson. His friends hen; have now told the true story of his wanderings. When ready to depart he and his wife j took a private car at Broad Street Station j and traveled west several hundred miles to Detroit. There a Grand Trunk train j picked the couple up and carr.led them east to Montreal. From that point it-was easy to come- down, through New England to Newport. It was a long r.nd rather expensive Jour- ney, but his'friends say that Mr. Vander- bill feels amply repaid in the satisfaction "ooae he has enjoyed over District Attorney Jeromi-'s valiant attempts to catch him. j EAR. j But the Doctor Reunited Doneosota and His Hearing Piece. A fragment of a pane of glass falling from a window ledge or fire escape struck Victor Doneosota. twenty-threo years old, a coal dealer and expressman of 327 East Fifty-fourth Street, on the side of his head as he was standing In front of his place of wudded ttled, the Park At last they to become_. th-it would froe them. This point settled, thev paid a fine for kissing -iid' allowed to go. The VOUIIB man s.ild that they had been JVm-c1 for- a year, -but his sweetheart wotilS not consent to be married until sha hud a suitable DIDN'T TRIED. New Yorker Arrested in Wisconsin fcr Speeding Auto Got Away. :o T.ir A', ;r SHEBOYOAN. Wis.. June tue delegation us. National Commiueeman from New York, there was general ap- plause. The resolution was adopted unani- mously. Gov. Odell then arose and said: I move that Senator I'latt be made Chairman of the delegation with power to cast the dele- gation's vote in the convention." The motion was adopted with, cheers for the .Senator, and then Mr. Comaii moved that the delegation vote as a unit fur Tl-.e.o- uore Roosevelt for Prt-sldent. The resolu- tion was adopted with enthusiasm. Will Vote as Unit. Gov. Odell then moved that the delegation vote as a unit for the nomination uf Seii- I ator Fairbanks for -Vice President. 1 "I desire lo second that motion." said J. i Sloat "..Senator Fairbanks has -j If .1 v. i stood forth, as ah'exemplary Republic-mi, i ardent and aggressive. He has been a j i friend of New Voi-k. ancl he is a man who j 'has always championed the principles of' the Republican Party. The action of i 1 deiefation in instructing for him will tie the nomination, and I therefore heartily j second the 'nomination of Gov. Odell. j Now tliat we have practically decided j who is to be nominated for President i.nd Vice President, let us put a little sinner Into these proceedings. I propose three cheers for the Republican ticket. Theodore and Charles Warren Fairbanks." 1 The cheers were given with a vtilK the entire delegation rlsingr. When Ihe cheer- ing had subsided. Senator John Kail arose and, addressing- Chairman Odell. si.id: j Mr. Chairman, before the tickets art- dis- r tributed-for this the most-enthusiastic con- j 1 think, I ever attended, 1 uclie've that inasmuch as our Slate is to have the candidate for President wi.- should i-ndcav- j or to create some enthusiasm by' hiring a baud. These headquarters have bec-n a des- olate, place for the past few days. There- has been "nobody jiere to greet strangers. and hardly a sign that we were alive. A CANNON EXPLAINS TO ODELI.. Repudiates Interview, but Repeats That He Would Decline Nomination. -l-.uirni-.iii sen! v. this murnliiK to an with him of tlie rnnrni'rj: papers thln-is'aljoul -.1 Covernor. fake. i" never I me." said Mr. l-.i sjn-akimt nbnip tbe'matter. "The only reference I iriiule t1- j Obv. 00-11 tl ai 1 d'-'l no; ,-.ec why 111 wish-d .ui start a boom for in" afler I !nu. mail" .1 knowr I would decline Ih- iiljim not liiink 01 referrinc t.> the C.iveri, or of New' York in such as was nul in my inon'.h." Th- same V.-iii, br.'n.Khl Jlr Cannon's n "I tin- (iffensivi- W to C-ov. f'.i.-II i.Iso thi- in- furirdtioM thai Mr. pi.sltlnn wa-- ii-icha.iEed. and t.nat would ih j Ajiroui: v.r.it' ltd if "h C.-v fi.'cll th. N-'w York d. leu... d.icv. WOMAN AN IDAHO PELEOATE. Irs. J. B. West Says franchise Has j Purified Politics in Her State. j .-iffrial .v 7'ln- -V.Tf E.tfort to Boom T. ft. is den-pat- '.be j. u Vest c'f I.e-.vislcn. Id.-.ho means the firs'- xp.-rieuc" sh National (-onv-nlini j an tlo early last evening and shaved off j distinguished citizen of our State, appre- -tt'eJr. elating the necessity for creating emliuMl- candidate, has volunteered to It- Doneosota danced wildly about, scream- st expense or band. move the East Fifty-first Street Station hurried j that we accept nis patriotic offer with Dr Tavlorof the Flower Hospital, whom Wetzel "ummoned. took Doneosota and. his e-ir to that Institution and there united them Or Taylor thinks that the ear will, grow into'place without trouble. MAYOR Cook County Democratic Dominated by Him. i Democratic Foreign Mails.. Senator Raines's speech was greeted with some laughter, but It evidently rubbed the wrong way with some of tho members of the delegation.. It was learned that the person who agreed j to stand the expense Of a band for Ihe re- Inline days of the conx'ention was IJeut. ovV Frank- Wayland Higglns. After the New York State delegation had adjourned with three cheers fur the ticket, there came the first enthusiastic incident of the day. Senator Depew. trying t alternate I for.r years It was Siilii thai wiim..n.l-.nod wnliid.Vr ,-ri-d by the ballot." i-'he saiii there is luNM-riisK in our to the polls it as ipn-tly cl.K-.e us ll-.yuili we were On oth< r hand. 1 think ti.'f.inc'th'-lr.inclil-.- has had a liit rally. We Ii iv- noi had the ticket siiii-o BUI ihi oil character. Ha. li-.-k.-ts. bin hnv- be n'ot of KI ui 4et oil beaten at c.nvciitl s Woniei: hclil .nty of the StLit-.-. '1 ,0 poli'J, H j a candidate n j tjilllot Wi. men hiivi- tri winch they i .heir lUiUes. Tl ev in-1 us Schi.o! i- i i teliJentH. in Land Oflue. la other positions trfat executive s'.artc... Itv Is i-ectiiiri'd. di-ciJvil t.j i You mav sa> thai t :-.m for th.- .H''P.Jj- us It was ennnci.il.-u at St-.: down stairs was Intercepted by a crowd of not In favor oi delegates, among whom were many Indl- r Is "rectiiired. You mav sa> thai I :-.m i Ik-aii platfcrni us It was Ijiuls and ri-af-ilinied at I'hSladeiphia. I u m will ri'i-ed pn. i! in t iv Dally sorricc, except Sundays, to Clock I: Sag Harbor, Shelter Island. Orient will commence June Clock Island, I ail cuiawiy i
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