1905-9-28 BDE J.L.sen und J.l. jun "influential republicans"
295 15'4 19 9 1 9 1.257 268i M:71 32.71 23:17 term who the number. It was whose record in all re- re- Gaynor. From clear that If all were Justice such accumula- accumula- Is at present the commls- commls- several of note. Quot- Quot- commission, Wi;i witness, testified the Second De-. De-. in going if you sit down number tried rest are set-. set-. and off, and through, think over here one-seventh, one-seventh, one-seventh, on the calendar there would be tried. A think, to each be 25; in nine Ten Judges at try 2,250 causes of 10,000 twenty-five twenty-five causes is lower than it except an But I regard moderate work trouble here are not cases judicial force; long as I have from 10 until 6. that adjourn at 5. have already concluded or at to allow any up on X days given a pref-'; pref-'; Is much better' observation over have got a law that any Uiud serve on a Jury. deride a case the very man lii to serve judges is that rid of the ap-I-nintnient ap-I-nintnient receivers." glad to get rid the The committee organized at the close of the indignation meeting and ex-Senator ex-Senator ex-Senator Daniel Brady was chosen chairman. LEHRENKRAUSS SPEAKS OUT. Though the Banker Is a Republican He'll Support Westernacher for Sheriff. Julius Lc-hrenkrauss, Lc-hrenkrauss, Lc-hrenkrauss, the well known Ger man banker, and his son, Julius, Jr., both Influential Republicans, have followed the lead of ex-Judge ex-Judge ex-Judge Naeher, president of tbe German Savings Bank of the Eastern Dis trict, in coming out in favor of the nomina tion of former Deputy Brldgo Commissioner Gottfried Westernacher for sheriff on the Democratic ticket this fall. The friends of Mr. Westernacher were asserting to-day to-day to-day that with the backing of such men as Mr. Leh- Leh- renkrauss and his son and of ex-Judge ex-Judge ex-Judge Xaeher and others who have declared for him, bis nomination ought to be assured. Julius Lehrenkrauss said to-day: to-day: to-day: "I am of the opinion that Mr. Westernaeh- Westernaeh- er's nomination would be a good thing for the Democratic parly and for the citizens of Kings County at large. 1 indorse every word said recently regarding Mr. Weslernacher's candidacy by former Judge Naher. 1 con sider .Mr. West'-rnacher West'-rnacher West'-rnacher a man of great cour age In political matters, a man who does not play false with any one and who speaks his mind frrely in a manly way. There can, of course, be no doubt about his integrity, and I leel sure that in the event of his elec tion he will administer his office In a capa- capa- dip. efficient manner. By nominating Mr. Westernacher tbe Democrats of Brooklyn will do their party a great service and earn for themselves the commendation ot the community at large. "The unceremonious manner in which Mr. Westernacher w-as w-as w-as removed from the Bridge uepartmi nt when ho s;ood by the leader of the Brooklyn organization 8Kain5;t the wish of the leader of Tammany Hall gives Mr. Westernacher a claim on the nomination for sheriff, which. 1 believe, cannot he denied. denied. As a matter of Fin'ple justice he deserves deserves not only to be nominated but to be elected. "So far as the German-American German-American German-American vote Is concerned. I feel thoroughly confident that It will be almost solid for Mr. Westernacher If he Is nominated. He will get aB many Republican as he will Democratic, votes. Mr. Westernacher Is popular among his people, he is a successful, upright man and for years he has been closely identified with the best clement in German-American German-American German-American circle In this borough. I cannot see how he can fall of nomination or election." Julius Lehrenkrauss, jr.. said: "I am a Republican but 1 shall deem It a gr.at privilege to cast a voto for Mr. Westernacher Westernacher for rheriff." SENTENCE NOT SO GREAT. Albert iJnrringtnn. convicted of carrying a loaded revolver, in the Court of Special Sessions was in existence the In years, Justices, business, The Bay the fair. concerts rendition Schuyler, I.! a at the for There grounds Agricultural Westchester and Great The the 2:;o started at there of the a great 2:12 pacing that is One to-morrow to-morrow display tandems wealthy which The pacers exhibitions named It Is pacing t'entrel (Park-vllle) leading .1. H. Prince President blk. g. In Farm. the show of will Gibson's H.-art's H.-art's H.-art's (Engle-wood, trotting entered, owner four-in-hand to The estale, of Swift, last In this In the Hendrn Blnck Brtron (Yonkers) The could be thousands grand track