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Quot Quot mgt vt.7the new York times 15, 1912. A Mulqueen the judge attacked by Waldo. Case in which confessed thief was ordered freed said to be that of people is. Levine. Court minutes called for these May be used in impeachment proceedings Fosdick invest a gating two other judges. Police commissioner Waldo and commissioner of accounts Raymond b. Fosdick Are now openly fighting shoulder to shoulder in the Campaign to a a clean up the general sessions they were in consultation for a Long time at police Tea quarters yesterday and As a result f that coherence or. Waldo made a Normal request by letter to Edward it. Carroll clerk of general sessions for a copy of the stenographer a a minutes in the Case of the people is. Isidore Levine. This is believed to be the Case to which the police commissioner referred while defending his department in an address before the Union methodist Church on sunday night last. In the course of that address or. Waldo told this Story of a judge whom he then declined to name i was talking to a lawyer Friend the other Day and he told me of an incident that happened in one of our courts. As the District attorney was about to conclude the presentation of the Case of the people to the court the presiding judge said a is that All that you have in the Way of evidence in your Rotten Case a the assistant District attorney replied it is All the evidence i have except the written confession of the without waiting for the introduction of the confession the judge turned to the jury and said a a because of the improper remark made by the District attorney i direct you to acquit the the Case of the people is. Levine it now appears was tried before judge Mulqueen and a jury in general sessions on March id 1911, and resulted in the acquittal of Levine. An informal request was first made upon clerk Carroll for a copy of the stenographers minutes or the Case. Or. Carroll told or. Waldo then that the stenographers minutes had not been transcribed As there had been no demand for them. Court stenographer Stewart Liddell or. Car roil said had taken the minutes and he would request him to make a copy of them to he forwarded to or. Waldo As soon As possible. The formal request by letter followed Bard upon the receipt of this information. Levite according to commissioner of accounts Fosdick who investigated the Case himself had been arrested in March 1911, for having stolen a number of sweaters from a store. Magistrate Crane before whom he was originally arraigned held him in $4,000 bail for trial in general sessions. Levine made a written confession to the District attorney according to commissioner Fosdick. Or. Waldo and commissioner of accounts qts Dick in View of the existence of this confession Are trying to get hold of the exact minutes of the trial so As to find Cut Why Levine was acquitted. Judge Mulqueen who is on a vacation fit his Home 888 Park Avenue maintained Bis policy or silence regarding the attacks which police commissioner Waldo and commissioner of accounts Fosdick Are Fen aking against him. The names of no other general sessions judges Are mentioned publicly by either commissioner Waldo or commissioner Fosdick As being under investigation but commissioner Fosdick is known to be collecting evidence against two other general sessions judges with a View to having them impeached and thus of cleaning up general sessions and of getting its Bench in such shape that criminals with political influence and dishonest Public employees May in future be tried for their wrongdoings there with More effective results. The names of these two judges were mentioned freely yesterday about police Headquarters and the office of the commissioner of accounts. One is said to have last year let off a Dock master who pocketed City wharfage fees which he should have turned Over to the Quot controller. This Doc master was a Orother in Law of a High official in the corrections department. The other judge is said to have or Cherea a jury to acquit a criminal on grounds said to have been arbitrary and ill founded. Commissioner Waldo and commissioner Fosdick both said yesterday that there were going to be More revelations regarding general sessions As soon As actual transcripts of the minutes of the court in various of the More flagrant cases would be made. There Are seven judges of general sessions at present. They Are w. W. Foster t. C. Of Sullivan o. A. Rosalsky t. C. T. Crain e. Swann j. F. Mulqueen and j. T. Malone. All Are democrats with the exception of Rosalsky who is a Republican. Einar Chrystie counsel of the grievance committee of the bar association refused to make Public yesterday the status of the investigation which to has been conducting into the Way the court of general sessions has been administered. Swann lenient to gangster. Holds alleged Man Hunter in $4,000 bail on a felony charge. William Albert alias Harry Smith who is described by assistant District attorney Delehanty As a a a gangster with a Long record of crime a was released in $4,00<> bail yesterday by judge Swann in general sessions a after he had been indicted for carrying a revolver As a second offence. Albert was arrested on sunday night by detective White who had been watching him for some time owing to a threat Albert is alleged to have made to the effect that he was going to shoot a certain Man. A detective White met Albert at second Avenue and seventy sixth Street and placed him under arrest. Albert reached for his hip pocket and had half drawn his revolver before he was disarmed. He was released in $1,500 bail by magistrate Kroutel and yesterday waived examination upon learning that he was indicted. Or. Delehanty asked for $10,000 bail judge Swann made the bail $,4000, which was furnished. Telephone your order it will save time. The old dress discarded because it is soiled and oldish looking has lots of life and Wear still in it. Dry cleaning will add at least another seasons wg2ir and save the Cost of a new suit. Barrett nephew9 it Tessa old stat Island 8s&? Battle hard for Ohio Yote continued from a a 1. Downtown offices a 18 John Street 334 canal Street 870 Broadway 111 eighth Avenue 33 store in new York. Ladies garments re dyed any Shade or tone be Latch ski Vichy natural alkaline water used at meals prevents dyspepsia and relieves gout and indigestion ask your physician i Vichy Strong impression on his audience to night by the earnestness with which he spoke. The meeting came after a Day of very hard work but the president was in splendid form. He spoke with great feeling and punctuated his salient utterances throughout with emphatic gestures. A a i have not come As a son of onto to ask favors. I have come to ask sign pm Justice and a Square Deal a said president Taft. A a four years ago i became a candidate for the presidential nomination on the recommendation of or. Roosevelt. I am Here to ask you whether in my administration of the last four years there has been anything in the Way of broken platform pledges to warrant col. Roosevelt in changing his attitude toward me. Again there was applause. Then president Taft reviewed what had been accomplished during his administration dwelling at length on the Tariff revision. In connection with this he referred to the colonels plan of having Tariff legislation which will regulate the relations As regards a division of the earnings produced by the protective Tariff Between employer and workmen. A a when he proposes that he knows it to be a Sham a exclaimed the president a no such Tariff Law can be framed l want to prick some bubbles of pretence in front of the american people. Again the audience applauded in sympathy with the president. A a the colonels meeting in Steubenville this morning could not compare in Point of attendance with the Taft meeting last night either. This of course was scarcer by to be expected where the colonel spoke in daytime and the president at night when Mill hands f Otho saws Dis ploy ment prevented them from attending a noon event could be present. Prior to his speech Here this afternoon col. Roosevelt in his special train had followed closely the Trail glazed by his rival yesterday and during the1 Forenoon hours to Day. This took him through a territory on the Eastern Border of the presidents state along the Ohio River where the Green Hills of West Virginia on the other Shore were in Plain during most of the trip. The towns Are Given Over largely to the pottery Industry and have a Large labor element in their populations in this Sec Tion Are the big plants of the Carnegie and the Republic steel companies each employing thousands of workingmen. Their train in same station. Both started from Steubenville where president Taft spoke last night. When the train to which the colonels special car oceanic was attached rolled into the Pennsylvania station at Steubenville a Little before 6 of clock this morning the president was soundly asleep on Board his car colonial which had been sidetracked at the station Over night. There a the Exchange of amenities 1hh under Ordinary circumstances might have been expected Between the present and the former president of the United both of the same party and Only a Short time ago the Best of . Roosevelt with his party got under Way Early. The special train after nicking stops at Bellaire Bridgeport and Martins ferry returned to Steubenville a Little after 10 of clock for the colonel s open air meeting in front of the opera House. President Taft who had addressed a meeting in the opera House last night and an overflow meeting in the open air where the colonel spoke to Day was later in starting. His itinerary included East Liverpool Alliance Canton Massillon Akron Kent Ravenna Warren Niles and Youngstown. Most of these communities were visited by the colonel some hours later. He wound up his work for the Day with a mass meeting at Canton the Home of the late president Mckinley. A _ at most of the places where president Taft spoke he was received with great cordiality by Large attentive audiences less boisterous than those that greeted the colonel later. Those who listened to the presidents speeches became most demonstrative and responsive when he went after the colonel and managed to get a punch in on his warlike rival. The correspondent for the new York times accompanied coir Roosevelt on his trip from Steubenville to this City. In route stops were made at Wellsville East Liverpool and Rochester. When his special reached Rochester which just Jujj across the Pennsylvania Border the colonel was at luncheon in his private car with gov. Reginald Post of Porto Rico chairman Walter f. Brown of the Republican Central committee of Ohio his private Secretary and other members of his party. Learning that Ohio had been left behind for the time being the colonel just left his luncheon Long enough to acknowledge the cheers of a Small crowd which had gathered at the station and to shake a few outstretched hands. In nearly All the other places where stops were made the colonel was most effusively greeted. In Wellsville and East Liverpool the colonels visit Carno Midway Between two a rival attractions the visit of president Taft and the alter noon performance of a circus. The Pune of the Public schools had been dismissed in Honor of the occasion and a goodly proportion of the crowd that filled every available Inch of room about the colonels train was made up of boys and girls a it companies by their mothers. The proportion of women in the colonels audiences everywhere was a notable feature. Soften his blows at Taft. While president Taft Cut Loose and said some harsh things about the colonel or. Roosevelt in deference to the advice of his Campaign managers who warned him that bitter criticism of or. Taft in the presidents Home state would be very much amiss did not engage in anything like the attacks that have characterized some of his earlier speeches m other states. At the afternoon meeting Here the local politicians who sat on can stage when the colonel spoke spent halt an hour of anxiety fearing that he might attack the president who is personally very popular with the people of a Congo ukr Roosevelt did however repeat his Chargo that president Taft was Allied with the Bosses. He spoke with considerable feeling at Steubenville where he started out to refute the charge made by president Taft that he was stirring up class hatred through his appeals. �?o1 preach hatred toward no class cried the colonel a a except the class of Crooks political Crooks or financial Crooks big Crooks or Little Crooks. Lvon then i do not preach hatred of the Crook himself but of his crookedness. A in that i have not altered from the position i took four years ago. The Bosses have not changed we have not changed it . Taft who has changed. He ran four years ago on my record and he is stopped from assailing me for anything done by me or Ray administration while he was a member of my Cabinet. ,.a a a i stand by All that my administration did if i am again elected i Snail try to administer the government for the Benefit of the people the Plain peo ple of the country just As i did in my administration before. I Hope i Snail be More successful for i have Learned a great Deal. The presidency is a big school and i know whom to Trust and whom not t0rhere&Quot is considerable Tariff sentiment in the Section which the president and the colonel passed through to Day. In some of his speeches or. Roosevelt preached Protection. A a i stand for the protective Tariff he said at Steubenville. A a but i want to see part of it go into the pay envelope. I want to see Only a fair proportion for dividends. I want to see it made the duty of some administration official or Bureau to investigate the protected industries and see if the wage earners have the Benefit which the Tariff is supposed to bring to the working Man and that it actually gets to president Taft also put in a Good worn for the Tariff. In his speech at East Liverpool a which is one of the pottery centres of Ohio he said a a As for your pottery business the Payne Tariff Lav made certain provisions to prevent frauds in the introduction of pottery into the country by undervaluation so As to secure to you the Opportunity of having such Protection As you needed and it meant to you the Prosperity of All your potteries in this one of the presidents declarations which never failed to bring Forth applause was a a i am opposed by Theodore Roosevelt for the presidency and j am opposed to Theodore Roosevelt for the Taft appeals for Justice. He lays stress upon danger of giving Roosevelt a third term. Youngstown Ohio May 14�?�?� i am Here to ask you to do Justice and give a Square Deal to an administration of he United states by an Ohio Man. I do not ask any favors because i am an Ohio Man but i ask Justice. And i do no., know any place in which i can make that Appeal with More Force and More right than in the Home of that great Ohio president who was my Friend and my Benefactor William although or. Tafts arguments were not greatly different from previous Days there were Many incidents that brought a smile to his face and the faces of others who heard him. After speaking in Akron or. Taft started to walk to his car when a woman with a flaming yellow Banner marched up and intercepted him. 4j a a As a a laughter of Ohio she said i would like to khow How you stand on the rights of a a you done to want me to commit myself on that question now just for your vote do you replied or. Taft and his interrogator disappeared. The president himself created amusement for his hearers at a on when he took up his discussion of the Bosses and made his usual reference to or. Roosevelt a relations with them. A a i did no to see or. Roosevelt get out his elephant gun and get after any Bosses said the president. A a i May be Puzzle witted a he said at Canton. A a that is a question that you cannot discuss any More than you can discuss whether yet a Are Good looking or not. But whether am Puzzle witted or not i know the difference Between truth and fiction i know a what a Square Deal is and i know that t he does not resemble Abraham Lincoln j in any respect. And i also know the Dif j Ference Between a deficit and a surplus. Once or twice the president took up reciprocity and told the Farmers that he was still of the opinion that it would it have been a Good thing for them and the country. A i am sorry if the Farmers disagreed with me a he said. A it is a dead Issue and is not Here politically. But i am not going to take Back my View though it led them to Side with the Man. Who changes his View to get their votes and against a Man who is Frank enough to Tell them what he the president spoke at Wellsville about 9 30. Col. Theodore Roosevelt was expected an hour or two later and the country Folk for Miles about were on hand. A a did you Ever think what an awful thing it would be for this country if the lord were to reach Down his hand and lift up or. Roosevelt to the realms of the blessed and deprive us of his company a asked the president. The crowd laughed. What col. Roosevelt said. Principles not personalities a the Issue he argues. Canton Ohio May 14 a the first Day of col. Roosevelt a Campaign in Ohio ended Here to night with his first prepared speech in the state. It was a Day of crowds and noise and speeches in Quick succession As col. Roosevelt was hurried through the Eastern part of the state in an Effort to keep up with the schedule which had been arranged. This called for thirteen speeches and the colonel made several More than that. There were Large crowds and in some cases huge ones wherever he spoke. Col. Roosevelt covered part of the ground which president Taft went Over to Day and their paths crossed several times. The colonel asserted at the outset that he would not reply to the things which or. Taft said about him so far As they were personal but would confine himself to the political principles involved. A a i wish to make the Issue one of principle and not of personal abuse a col. Roosevelt said. A a i see that or. Taft yesterday alluded to me As a demagogue a neurotic a flatterer an egotist and As engaged in Honey furling All of you. This will not tempt me into any retaliation in kind. But i wish to Point this out to you four years ago or. Taft had not discovered that i was a flatterer a demagogue one of these lieutenants was a College president or. Butler who endeavoured to give dignity to this convention As a representative Assembly but it represented nothing whatever but the will of the Bosses. It was designed to try to get popular credit for the orders of or. Barnes and it was thoroughly Misrop resent Tive of the people. The new York democratic convention will in just the same Way represent Boss Murphy and his subordinates. These two conventions have have not represented and will not represent the republicans and democrats of new York at All a a do you think that i am preaching revolutionary doctrine Well i am Oaly preaching the doctrine that Abraham Lincoln preached which the stand patters of his Day the Bosses and the special interests denounced As revolutionary and which every on recognizes now As sane and conservative. A four years ago we progressives had every reason to believe that or. Taft was devoted to the causes for which we stood and for which we now stand and accordingly we supported him a col. Roosevelt concluded. A four years ago the Bosses of the Republican party who were hostile to me then As they Are hostile to me now were against or. Taft because they too believed that or. Taft would be Loyal to us. After three and a half years of actual experience of or. Taft the Bosses now support him. They have not changed position they stand exactly where they were. It is or. Taft who has gone Over to their Side. A a in the same Way we have not changed position we progressives we stand exactly where we stood four years ago. It is or. Taft who has left us and who has joined the enemy. Therefore our attitude toward or. Taft can be expressed in the words of Abraham Lincoln when he said a i will stand with anybody who stands for the right stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong. Roosevelt wins in California continued from paso 1. An egotist and engaged in Honey furling the people and yet i stood then exactly where i stand now. A a i forget whether it was yesterday or to Day that or. Taft made a remark which i do not think was in very Good Teste As to the possibility of my having died in the titanic disaster. He shall have a Complete monopoly of calling me a neurotic and a demagogue and jesting about what would happen if i had died on the titanic and All the rest of it. I ask your attention to the great interests involved in this fight in Niles col. Roosevelt said a a in am glad to speak Here near the Birthplace of William Mckinley. I wish to see our Tariff made along the line that Mckinley the greatest exponent of the protective Tariff in our history would have the colonel predicted his Victory confidently. He said that the fight for the nomination could be won without Ohio but that he wished to see this state share in the Victory. The auditorium Here in which col. Roosevelt spoke was crowded and Many stood on the outside. Col. Roosevelt a speech. In his speech at Canton col. Roosevelt said in part a a we who stand for real Progress within the Republican party have been accused of preaching discontent and class hatred. I do not believe that even those who make the accusation believe what they assert. At any rate the accusations Are Only True in the sense that they would be True if made of Lincoln and Lincoln a companions fifty and fifty five years ago. A a we do not preach hatred of any Man and we Endeavor to act toward All men in the spirit of kindly Charity which Lincoln showed. But we do preach hatred of evil. We hold that we would be Recreant to Lincoln a memory if with supine acquiescence we permitted evil whether political or Industrial to continue to sit in the High places and exalt the Horn of the unrighteous. A a Lincoln preached discontent with slavery and in the same Way we preach discontent with Industrial tyranny and oppression and with any failure of legis later or judge to see that the rights of the wage worker and the Farmer Are properly Safe guarded. A a Lincoln preached discontent with the action of a certain president and a certain senator and in the dred Scott Case with the action of the chief Justice and the other members of the supreme court themselves when he found the servants of the people by their actions betraying the interests of the people. In the same Way we preach discontent with All men no matter How High their a of Filiai position no matter what the official position May be whether executive , or judicial who interpret the Constitution in such fashion As to show that they do not believe in its preamble where it explicitly states that it has been created to bring about Justice and to promote the general welfare. A a Lincoln preached discontent with president Buchanan and his office holders and with the Bosses of his Day. We do not preach hatred of the Bosses. We do not hate them and if they would retire into private life they would have a our cordial Good will was Only against Crooks. A a As for the allegation that i stir up class hatred i can Only answer that there is not a class in this country against whom i War except the class of Crooks financial Crooks and political Crooks big Crooks and Little Crooks. Against All hese i do preach War. I do try to excite discontent with them and i shall never cease my efforts until they in their turn either cease being crooked or Are deprived of their Power to do damage to the rest of us. A. A a friends i hold that this is infinitely More than a Mere factional fight i hold that this is infinitely More than any Ordinary party contest. I insist that we who stand for the principles of progressive republicanism and who therefore stand for making the principles of Abraham Lincoln living principles applied to the living issues or to Day Are fighting the cause not Only of sound republicanism but of Good citizenship. We Are not Only fighting for every Republican who is a Good citizen we Are fighting for the fundamental rights of every Good citizen without any regard to his politics throughout the United states whoever he May a i hold that the people who won the Constitution who ordained it to secure to themselves and their children the blessings of Liberty Are Wise to know what it Means and when it is violated a he continued. If the people Are Wise enough to make their Constitution they Are Wise enough to protect it. We who Endeavor to make the Constitution an instrument through which the people can themselves obtain Justice and work out their own salvation Are its real defenders its real upholders. A a our opponents Are the enemies of the Constitution in spite of All their lip loyalty to it when they invert its True meaning by the refinements of attorney logic and twist it away from being an instrument for the Protection of the people into an instrument to keep from the people the Means of remedying the evils of which they complain. Sneers at or. Butler. A a until a couple of months ago representative government in Pennsylvania was but a device to give weight and importance to the orders of senator Penrose. The new York Republican state convention which recently met at Rochester represented nothing in the world but a Bossy Barnes and his lieutenant. San Francisco a vote was bitterly contested. Senator la Follette aided by his wife and others toured the state charging that col. Roosevelt had failed to give him a a a Square Taft speakers hurled the same charge against Roosevelt. Close on the heels of la Follette followed gov. Hiram Johnson exerting his influence in behalf of Roosevelt. He was aided by sex senator Beveridge of Indiana Gifford Pinchot and others. Sex representative Ralph d. Cole of Ohio was the Only speaker imported to Aid the president but numerous California political leaders spoke for Taft and Secretary of state Knox made a speech at los Angeles in behalf of his chief. The entire list of delegates was voted upon throughout the state although selected by twos from each congressional District with four chosen at Large. Four women appear in each list except that of Wilson. The results to Day will be final and there will be no state conventions. Women a vote not heavy under their registration in californian heaviest in Southern part. Special to the new York times. Sacramento cal., May 14.-the women s vote in California to Day was not up to registration and the registration of women represents a Small percentage of the total registration. The women a vote in Southern California however was larger in proportion than in other parts of the state. In Riverside the women outvoted the men. The club women and civic workers took the greatest interest in the election. The country districts did not show a heavy women a vote. The Sacramento women voting about 50 per cent of their registration showed a preference for Roosevelt. The largest women s vote in the City was cast among the wives and daughters and mothers of the workers. Roosevelt now has 310. Has gained 52 delegates this week a Taft has 492. As a result of yesterdays primaries in California and the county conventions in Minnesota and South Dakota col. Roosevelt now has 310 delegates. President Taft has 492, having got Tennessee a four at Large yesterday and six from Wyoming on monday. The following table shows the political line up instructed for pledged or favourable to or. Taft. Alabama All but 1 District .22 Alaska Complete. 2 Colorado 8 at Largo and 2 districts. 12 Arkansas. 4 at Large and 2 districts. 8 Connecticut Complete. 14 Delaware Complete. 6 District of Columbia Complete. 2 Florida Complete. 12 Georgia Complete.28 Hawaii Complete. 6 Illinois fifth District. 2 Indiana 4 at Large and 8 districts.20 in a 4 at Large and 6 districts .10 District. I Louisiana. 0 at Large and 7.districts. 20 Kansas first District.3 Kentucky 4 at Large and 94 districts. 23 socialists to fight Hanford a decision Berger would who denied naturalization to Oleson at Tacoma. Lunatic says Emil Seidel judge Hough says court has wide latitude Herman Schlueter compares Oleson with Roosevelt. Party with which he is affiliated and whose principles he advocates has for its main object the Complete elimination of property rights in this country. A a he expressed he self As being willing for people to retain their Money but insisted that All the land buildings and Industrial institutions should become the common property of All the people which object is to be attained according to his. A be of by use of the Power of the ballot lmpe3.cn judge and when that object shall have been r 0 attained the political government of the Matura la Sta irm country will be gladly abrogated because there we be no and he ther admitted that his beliefs on these subjects were entertained by him at and previous to the Date of the proceedings in the Superior court admitting him to become a citizen of the United states. A a the notion that citizens of this country May absolve themselves from allegiance to the Constitution of the United states otherwise than by expatriation is a dangerous heresy. The nation recognizing the principle of the Law of self 1 preservation restricts the privilege of becoming naturalized to those whose sentiments Are compatible with genuine allegiance to the existing government As defined by the oath which they Are required to take. Those who believe in and propagate crude theories hostile to the Constitution Are barred. A a the evidence in this Case including the respondents admissions does hot have to be Analysed interpreted or weighed in order to determine any doubtful question As to his attitude. He Nas no reverence for the Constitution of the United states nor intention to support and defend it against its enemies and to is not Well disposed toward the peace and Tranquillity of the people. His propaganda is to create turmoil and to end in Clu Fiffi Quot in order to obtain a certificate of naturalization he intentionally made representations to the court which necessarily deceived the court or Hia application tor talks with Federal judges in this City yesterday indicated that if judge Cornelius h. Hanford of Washington had refused to give Leonard old son of Tacoma his final naturalization papers on the ground that he was a socialist or on any other ground that convinced him that Oleson would not be a Good american citizen he acted within the Power Given him under the naturalization Laws. Judges Hough and Holt agreed in saying that a judge has a wide latitude in deciding All matters relating to the naturalization of aliens. Herman Schlueter a Well known socialist agreed in this View and admitted that any judge could refuse to Naturalize a person but he declared that if Oleson had already received his final papers no judge could cancel them. If judge Hanford had deprived. Oleson of Bis citizenship he can be impeached or. Schlueter believes but that no proceedings could be taken against him for refusing to Confer citizenship. Representative Victor l. Berger of Milwaukee the Only socialist in Congress is attending the convention of the socialist party in Indianapolis. He was still wrought up Over the Case yesterday and again declared that he would file charges against judge Hanford with the department of Justice As soon As he returns to Washington. Or. Berger is sure that judge Hanford cancelled the naturalization papers of Oleson because the latter is a socialist and did not intend to protect the Constitution of the United states. Or. Berger says that he will charge judge Hanford with abusing the Power of his office. A x j a a a a that judge has been investigated said or. Berger indignantly a a and i have plenty of material against him on hand. I wont Stop until his Case has been thoroughly looked into by the government. He re ked up some old Law one which i believe was made by George Iii. Before the United states of America came into existence and has tried Tokle Prive Oleson of his citizenship under that Law. George Iii. Was crazy and so is Hanford. I believe that he should be impeached for his Charles m. Hough of the United states circuit court said that the matter of admitting an applicant to citizenship is one that must be decided by the judge himself. He was sure that no one else was competent to venture a sound Opin w a 0 Ion upon the questions involved in any a or and a Roosevelt supporter. Individual Case. I one of the District delegates j. P. A a no judge would be doing his duty Evans of Baltimore is a negro who admitted an applicant to citizenship although the Taft men controlled a a. If he did not believe be would make a j0rity of the 129 delegates so far As their Good citizen. And it is the duty or the personal affiliations were concerned they judge to find out All of the facts if he made no Effort to defeat the instructions can. Therefore no Man is competent 0f the preference primaries which were to discuss a Case where All of the facts f0r Roosevelt. Are not known to him. He ought to a the Roosevelt forces yielded the Posi understand the Man the conditions and Tion of National committeeman and All of the collateral material before his pledged themselves to re elect a Taft opinion would be Worth anything. 1 Man William p. Jackson. A a a judge must take into consideration the platform agreed upon at a meeting the general intelligence of the applicant of Roosevelt and Taft leaders shortly be his appearance whether be has a family fore the convention was called to order and when everything is Learned he has a contained the names of both president right to interpret the Law As liberally As Taft and col. Roosevelt and commended both administrations. It said we commend the Able and conservative administration of president Taft his inflexible and patriotic purpose in upholding the Constitution of the United states his unyielding enforcement of the Law a and the sincere patriotism which has dominated ail of his official apts. The record of achievement of Theodore usher s whisky Greer Stripe messes. Andrew usher amp co. Have been Appo irined purveyors of whisky to his majesty King George v q. 8. Nicholas York. Sole agents final hearing of his application and by taking the oath which was administered to him in open court he perpetrated a fraud upon the United states and committed an offence for which he May of punished As provided by Law. A a the Case therefore comes clearly within the provisions of the Law requiring the court to set aside and cancel his certificate of naturalization and it was Harmony in Maryland. Delegation though half tuft men is pledged to Roosevelt. Baltimore md., May 14.�?sixtct n delegates eight of them selected by Etc Fri ends of president Taft and eight by the supporters of Theodore Roosevelt but All instructed to vote for col. Roosevelt at Choc ago were elected to Day at the Maryland Republican state convention. The delegates Are a a at Large gov. Phillips Lee Goldsborough William t. Warburton col. A. C. Carrington jr., George l. Wellington. First. District William b. Tilghman Albert g. Towers. Second District Robert Garrett John h. Cunningham. Third District Albert a. Moreland Lewis e. Milfs. Fourth District Theodore p. Weis j p. Evans. Fifth District Adrian Posey Richard n. Ryon. Sixth District Galen l. Tait s. T. Jones. Of the delegates at Large gov. Goldsborough and or. Warburton Are Taft men. Col. Carrington is chairman of the Maryland Roosevelt committee. Or. Wellington is a former United states sen three reasons Why you should buy one of the Massachusetts 8 at Large and9 districts.,. 26 Michigan 6 at Large and 7 districts. 20 Mississippi Complete .20 Missouri 10 districts. 20 Nevada Complete. 6 new Hampshire 4 at Large and 2 districts. 8 new Mexico 7 of the uninstructed delegates claimed. 7 new York 4 at Large and 89% districts. S3 North Carolina % District. 1 Oklahoma 2 districts. 4 Pennsylvania part a. 12 Philippines Complete. 2 Porto Rico Complete. 2 Rhode Island Complete.10 South Carolina Complete.18 Tennessee 9 districts.22 Vermont 4 at Large and 1 District. 6 Virginia Complete .24 Wyoming. 6 total for or. Taft.492 instructed for pledged or favourable to or. Roosevelt. California. 26 Illinois All but fifth District. 56 Indiana 5 districts. 10 Kansas. 14 Kentucky 1% districts. 3 Maine Complete .12 Maryland Complete. 16 Massachusetts 5 districts. 10 Michigan 3 districts. 6 Missouri 8 at Large half vote each and 6 districts. 18 Minnesota .4. J6 Nebraska Complete. 16 new Mexico 1 at Large. 1 new York. 3% districts. 7 North Carolina. 11 Oklahoma 10 at Large and 2 districts 14 Oregon Complete. 10 Pennsylvania part .64 Vermont 1 District. 2 total for or. Roosevelt.310 of other delegates chosen la Follette has 36 and Cummins 10. To obtain the Republican nomination 540 Dele Tes Are necessary. Tennessee for Taft. No signs of Roosevelt bolts democrats meet to Day. Pettai to the new York times. Nashville tcnn., May 14.�?the Tennessee Republican state convention which convened to Day for the purpose of electing delegates at Large to Chicago is in control of the Taft forces and the delegates will be instructed to vote for the president. The predicted Bolt of the Roosevelt delegates has not materialized and the impression is that there will be no Bolt. At 10 30 o clock to night however the More ardent of the Roosevelt leaders caused a turmoil by demanding that their Wing of the party have representation in the states National delegation. The Taft people have 350 votes in the convention to 220 for col. Roosevelt. The report of the committee on credentials seated Many of the Taft delegates and sex Congress Raan Houk one of the Roosevelt leaders denounced the committee for taking As he alleged fifty four votes from col. Roosevelt. While the republicans Are fighting among themselves the democrats Are getting ready for their convention which meets to Morrow to. Elect Twenty four delegates to the Baltimore convention. The state leaders Are bending every Effort to have a harmonious convention although the fight for an instructed delegation for Champ Clark will be a spirited one Kiark has shown surprising strength and it is believed that the Harmon Wilson and Underwood forces will Combine in an Effort to have an uninstructed delegation named. Only 269 of the 1,461 delegates to the convention Are instructed and both Clark and Wilson claim a majority of these. He pleases. Herman Schlueter editor of the new York folks Zeitung and a Well known socialist said that if a Man is unfit to be a citizen of this country because he favors changes in the Constitution of the United states then Abraham Lincoln was an unfit american citizen. A a or. Lincoln a declared or. Schlueter i a a a Aid that slavery must be crushed by Roosevelt during that seven years that he no by War if a bed the great office of president of the news would not a com i United states is without parallel in our pm Teh Justee Hon forts go no ration and Jurt fies our firm belief right How is it possible Ever to change or Amend the Constitution at All it is j admitted by a great Many persons whose j patriotism has never been brought into. Question that a Constitution of More amp Ian a Hundred years of age ought to be changed to meet new conditions and the Ever changing aspect of Public and private affairs. A a i am Safe in saying that millions of our people believe that the Constitution does not now fitly represent us. If every naturalized citizen is to be disbarred from citizenship because he seeks to teach something that millions already believe there will be no naturalized citizens in a Short time for a great Many of them As Well As a great Many native born citizens have this conviction. Or Schleuter said he knew nothing about the facts in the Case of Leonard Oleson because there had been two statements printed about it. One statement was that Oleson Nad already received his final papers and that judge Hanford had cancelled them and another Story was that he had taken out Only his prelim Inary papers and that the judge had refused to give him his final papers. A if the Man was already a full fledged j citizen a said or. Schlueter a a judge Hanford could not then interfere and Victor Berger a representative in Congress from Milwaukee will probably succeed in the Effort he is to make to have the judge impeached. But if the. Judge Mere \ by refused to give Oleson his final papers then i done to believe anything can be done j to him. That question i believe is entirely within the jurisdiction of the judge and no one else can c of a. Cowley chief examiner of the it naturalization department of this District 1 said that the Law expressly stipulates that a an applicant for naturalization papers must be a Man of Good moral character and Well disposed toward the government he must live in the United states five years before he makes his application and then if he is found to be of the proper sort he can get his papers within ninety Days thereafter. Emil Seidel former mayor of Milwau-s3�icl a a a the Best thing they can do with judge Hanford is to have a lunacy commission investigate his Case. The idea of Oleson 1 tearing Down the Constitution which he swore to uphold is crazy. How can you or i tear Down the Constitution the Asylum is the place for that judge explains hts decree. He sa3rs Oleson a admissions proved that he took false Taiji. Special to the new York times. Seattle wash., May 14.�?�?o Leonard Oleson of Tacoma lost his citizenship papers because he was and is a socialist and perpetrated a fraud on the Federal court to become a citizen a said judge c. Ii Hanford last night on his return Here. Oleson will be prosecuted criminally according to United states District actor Nev Mallarg. Judge Hanford said further a a Oleson admitted that he is a socialist a frequented of assemblages of socialist. In which he participates As a speaker advocating a propaganda for Radical changes in the institutions of the country. He claimed to have a Clear understanding of the Constitution of the United states Ard to know that by one of its articles deprivation of life Liberty is Forb diced that should he be re elected president the splendid americanism and the executive initiative which so eminently distinguished his term of office will further serve to strengthen our free institutions to increase the Prosperity and enhance the prestige of the american people. As an exponent of the principles of the Republican party we commend to the people of Maryland Theodore Roosevelt and obeying the Clear mandate of the Republican voters and of the Law of this state we pledge him our Loyal and undivided support for the Republican nomination for president of the United states. The administration of gov. Goldsborough was commended. 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