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THE WASHINGTON POST: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 191*. UlflTED FOR SMITH Maryland Democrats Foresee Reelection of Senator. TWO HOT CONGRESS HGHTS Republicans Strive to Regain Fiftn and Sixth Districts. Sydney E. Mudd, Whose Father Represented Southern Maryland for Twelve Years, Is Putting Up a Strong Campaign Against Richard A Johnson--In the. Sixth Both Lewis and Zihlman Arc Bidding for Labor Vote. Speoiaj to Tae w.aal]tnx o Post Baltimote Md Oct 2--TL he c a m p a i g n In Mar\ land has been the most listless e\ t: i k n o w n h e r t because t h t T t t i u b h cans *re leaderless and more or less clls- o r g a n r z t d and w i t h o u t funds and b e t a u s t h » Democrats art, bo cocksure of w n n i n ^ ? th it they have not exerted tht m- sel\e» b i n c i the dost, of the r g st i tion and have not contributed, their usual quotes of c i h l i to the c unpaign f u n d The officials to be elected In M a r y l a n d t h i s y e t r a r e \ nited - i t i t f s senator six i ongressmen and in additional associate j idga on the Third c i r c u i t comprising .Baltimore and H a r f u i d counties Candidates m the Field The c a n d i d a t e s of the several parties a t e For 1 nlted states senator--Jo i n \\ il- tt r Sm t h Democrit t d w a r d C L ar i i n g t o n jr Republican Ur M \ Relch- ard Progressive .Richard Henrv Holme 1 rohibit n C h a r l e s t D e v e h n ^o i il- ist and Robert %\ Stevens T abor r or Congress--First district short term Ies-e D 1 rice Di mot l i t Th imas - Tlodson I'-ogrcssiVt long term J* sse I Price 1 emocrat R o b e r t I I* u r l e publican Rev Charles L. LIderdice Pro- h i b i t i o n --et ond d i s t r i c t -- J Fied ( T i l b ^ ' t ( n c u m b e n t i Demo rat \\ i l l t a m J H aps, Republic in Otho X Johnson I'r )-rrt s- S I V F !· m o r v C 1 b lugh P r o n i b i t i o n Charles Becker Labor Thomas I' Far mer Socialist T h u d district--( harles P ( ad\ ( n r u m b e n t Democrat J j h n \ J a n e t z k c Republican Dr John T \ v e r v Progress i v e J a c o b M L e \ \ Socialist H i-rv s Johnson Prohibition Israel M ^ - w i t z Labor T ourth cnst'-i t--J ( n i l IPS Li i t h i u m curabeVit) Demi crat Thomas T Ham t n o n d R e p u b l i c a n H r erdin ind \ \ i e - gand Pngressive Frank N lt n H o w e I ang I ibor C l a r e n c e II T a v l i r social 1st W i l l i a m Mage Prohibition Fifth d i s t r i c t -- R i c ard \ T o h n - o n Democrat S v d n e v L Mu Id R e p u h l n H P Joseph \ \ A i l m e - Progressivt %V llliani K x d e ^oci ihst J o h n P Bxird t t Pro hihition X a t h a n Kit mm in Labor s i x t h d i s t r i c t -- D a v u l J I* v, s n. um b e n t ) D e m o c r a t I redenck N / h i r n a n Republican l e w i * t K e f a u v e r P r o f i t s ,sive \frilliT.rn M Ptird im P r o h i b i t i o n H C l l f f o r d \\ r i g h t Soi m ist I or judKe Third c i r c u i t Mian M Line Democrat J o h n s I n s o r R e p u b l i c *n lolin W a t s o n ji I n d e p e n d e n t Name May Not Appear on Ballot B iuse of th f u l u r c to follow t i e e l i c t i o n law in u» e n t i r e t \ ~ C h u l e s 1 D e \ e l m bo l a h s t andldate for the \ nit il states sen ite m a \ not h x v e his n ime upon the ballot Its appearanc f ·» il b p sbible t h r o igh resort to a petition a l d r f « s e d to the boards of elect on supei \1sors of Baltimoie a n d of the several ooun ties Dcino l a t s a i e c l t i m i n t ? a t l e a n s n e t p I n the s t a t e w i t h the possible exception of t h e s| x th d i s t r i t w h e r e Representa- n \ f David J L e w i s is aga.n t h e c i n d i d a t e a n d w h i n h i s more often ^i\en H( p u b l i c an t h a n Demoi r uic mijontiee T h s i e i i t h f R e p u b l i c a n s are ihei 1 of t u e Demo rats n the district in p a r t i i f f l l i a t i c n ' % i b o u t - 4 X I n t h i F i f t h dist i u t W h i l e ( lat r i n g - v i c t o r y the\ ire i ot c i i i l i d e j i t Th. Democrats back up t l u i r c l i i m s h \ p o i n t i n g t o t h e i r numerical superior tv in par^i affiliation i n the ( i v i n d sitate Th re h a s b« t n in e n t i r e i ew r t g i s t t a t i o n of voters in M a r l i n d t n s yar ! a i t a f f l l n t i o n s w e r e re- C4 r l t d for the first ti-ne in the c o u n t i e s Party Affiliation of Voters a m 'ureb for the whole S'ate follow Decl'ntri ' rh o i n IPS A m e Arlinl*l La t im j*e ( «I r' ( ar 11 ic a r 11 I - 1 r h a r l r s Ii hei · ) r f r t e n X f Rrrf t H a r r i Ho«»r 1 Kf Mo i ^ m t r ; I i li"»* Gf rgei t j u i \ ios ^t Mar s somerset T a hot "U a s ^ l igt n T o t a l IJal iniore i i t i Grand total The o t a l r e g l a t r a t l P i o g r « t l v e Ph n h l ' l o n ^ i a l i « t 1 :!· pf n d e n t s 1 ht Oemocrats Dem 4 6Ct Rep " 141 the S«ld over a vew ago backed by the President, against Senator Smith, a,nd who sulsequeotly withdrew, la making' speeches for ftHn Other friends of tlte .Presldant, wbo urfe Jev^ui^ their euns ajfalnet Senator Smith a year ago are supporting 1 Mm Former Attorney Creneral Jhaat. Ijohe Strauss the lone antagonist uf Senator Smith in the primaries is iraJtlnsf no speeches, but he *i s he w i l l vote for him Former Gov F d w i n \ \ T r h e l v l t n most implacable pii- IttlLil foe of Senator bmith. in Maryland, voted for him !n the primaries Senator Blair Iee Is also speaking for Senator Smith because he st»9 he won the nomination 111 the p r i m a r y election Claims Made by Republicans licpubJKan L-andida.tf.s, Ie»dera and p a r t j Tianagerh, w h i l e a d m i t t i n g that the Democrats ead in the p a r t j affiliation as recorded sav t h a t thoie figures lie They point to forms r elections In Baltimore at w h i c h the Democrats affiliated -\ote exceeded t h a t of the Republicans and yet the indlddtes of the latter won They f u r t h e r t la m .1 majority of the ' d»- t lined vote They also (.laam t*ha.t is. uiid«n!ai)l tt ue--that R e p u b l U a n s in arge ti imhi"-, lij.\ e t f f l l i i t t d t h i s \ ear w i t h the Dennnratb. :n urds r to partK-i pate next \ enr In the primaries of the itt r w h i c h t h e j -ui'lclpate will be more enli^enlnf!: than t h e i r own Fore ·seemj? local fights Democratic *ard lead- t r*- ha\ e indu^etl tht H t p u b l K a n ^ to regr- ister as Democrats to hslp them out in the t t t \ and ^'ate primaries nt xt 'vear * heti hig- prizes w i l l be at stake The Rep a h l u a n s in \I ir Ian 1 bee mse of the lii 5e nt'5,ru \ i t e i \ o i d prnnarj fights as l a r iv possibli There 1* therefore the e f r e a t f t i r i e n '\? for Kcpnbllcans to take i hand in I e i m i ( ratic primariev In Princ ,oorKes and Montgomery countlf - ivtili.li ai e dosely Tilled w i t h \ \ a ^ h i r r t T n peogi i i h u a l l \ and other- wi'-e recent elections show hundreds of v t rs registered as Democrats but who nark the bajiot for Republican candi d a t t s It K shrewdlv suspected th it they are offlteholdera or would-be officeholders in \ V a M i i n g t o n and desne to be nonpartl- san to seek prom it ons and other favors at Democratic hands Inroads on the Democrats. Tiepu l l c a n v p t l l m d e r s here made In- r o i i ^ ir tho Utmot.rT.ts b pointing to h i K h pr t_es of l i v l n s t Prices, the\ de i l a r h i\ e n n t he* n lowered despite Den jcn,t c promises b\ pointing to the lat k of empioment and idle hands for w h i c h the} bl«*me the redti etl tarlfT -i h e d u ' r s an i t'le w ir taxes ' w h i c h the\ sa were not irrposed because of It fit lent es n the T r ^ o f u r j , due to loss ene«I i uports dut} but to the decrease of re\ 'i iie* d u * to the reduction in tai IK m i l . d i l . ^ T h e n mi i ^anct* of the Democrats is t h e P-eotctent s feat In steering the c o u n t \ free if w xr w i t h "\I» xlco and entangling all am ea in the Kuropean war The President s p n m j l a r t t v hat» risen In Mar \ l T n d MX m o n t h s -vsr) it was waning because of his throwdowii ' of United .States v,e T i ±t ot Smit v i and the congret. s l j n a l d e k g a t m 11 appointments If ~-enat r ^mith is -PC lei *ed and if he does n i t re e x i- m o i e n cognition, than has be* n KIX ea h i m at the V\ hite House in Pi leral apt o l n t m e n t s In Maryland Rep u b l l i in UK u m n e n t s may hold their jobs t h a n t h e y believed would bo their SPLIT IS PEN ROSE * 3 4 1 4 in xt 114 · 1 1 1 4i9 I o J l li " 320 IS! - -5s , major t\ it w i n he noted over th Republicans in the affilia- i ted v o t e is 43 817 Camngton Supported Roosevelt Democrats are c l a i m i n g the retlecti m ' of Senator S m i t h on afllliation figures In i d d i t i o n t h e \ c l a i m that Col C \rrlns- ' ton w i l l not poll the f u l l Republican \ o t e TT.O v e a r s a.g» he w a s a r i m p i n t fol l o w e r of Col R o o s e v e l t and di J not c l o t h e hi* words w i t h kid cloves w h e n he a t t a c k e d the Republican Mate U aders who-n he aerused of p a r t i c i p a t i n g m tiu crime at C h U a g o The D e m o c r a t s art | muted in their support of Senator s^.th I- v n V. i l h a m L \ t i r b u i v who c n i t e r t d STAG HOTEL 608 9th Street Virginia Tfcemter. Be «* H O O M S In cltr. i., met floor, mttvl c«UI»iV. »wer bath*, toilet mad Imvl · « o r , telephunn. Krvnpli wtodor... wrltlnac table*, metal locker*, ··«· chined t h l a K ··nlt.rv 'l.Oo'andVlAO ier d»y. Special TrecaUy rvtea. ' I'Ook r ea QVC r Storm Centers of Campaign. Th* storm ( e n t e r s of the c-unpugn in M i i ' in 1 are i n th( Fifth ind Sixth dist r i c t s w hit h. bordf r on the District of C olitmbi i Dfrnocriuta are w o r k i n g to retain thoo d i s t r i c t s w h i c h tbev won in tlit H e p u V i e a n siurnp two \ears ago Re pu i l i t ii s iro working to rosriin lost prpstigt, th-r I n the contest in the t - i f t n 1 st i t \\ ishinRtonlans hax f i p e c u l i a - Interest because the Democratic and Rt publn i n candidates in that dib- t r i f t ar Iosel\ i d » n t i t i d w i t h Wash m ^ t n Ric hirsl V Johnson the. Deruo- t--itic indicate s a son of the late Pvi rtz Johrvaon one of tht moat promi- r u n t n i e n b k n t s a n d capitalists I n t h e citv In his rta\ He was a n a t i x e of Dorche^tei c o u n t y Md Mr Johnson is a son in-law of the late 1 i t e l ^ t i t t s ^en itor Vi t l i u r I"* Gorman t n c l^i1 r of tne D e m o c r a t i c p irtv in \I ir\ Ian 1 for a generation, and -I Demo c r a t t f n a t i o n a l prominence He IH backed b} V r t ' i u r P (rortti in j r w h o wields a w i d e and l o ' t n t I n f l u e n c e in Maryland Dom cratit p o l i t l i s He Is also supported H\ f h e nit,st p ' l u e n t i i ! Demot rats of the D i s t r i c t w h i w t r e I n s t r u m e n t tl in noml- n i t ig h ^ m i \ e r Frank C) S m i t h the inc u m b e n t Outsit]* ol the fcupport of the lead* rs f his party Mr Johnson is mak- I n x K *ui jti h i s ow ri a c c o u n t as a cam- p,ui?nei l l f iias developed into an effects e speaker and mixer Mudd- Making Active Campaign. -idne\ r Mudd the Republican candl- datt s tb t son of th it othe S y d n e y K M j l l u h lepresented t h e southern \ I a r U = i n d d i s t r i c t in Congress, as a Re- pu i h c u n f ^ r 1 lurteen yeais, He Is a h off t 1 e ild block bold aggressix e, in 1 r t a o i r c t - f i l In poll'lt v a ^ w is his f a t h e r M- M u d d is i law \ er and resign- e d the o f f l f n of ojssisfint district attorney of \% i s h l IK on to bt come i i andldate for t p K i p u M i an nom n i t l o n for Congress Ir the d i s t r i c t so Ion? represented by his t it!u - H won the nomination w i t h · ase ~- n e fhe primaries he h a s been m a k i n t r an ictlve tour of his district ac- o m p i n u 1 I \ i br iss oand mounted on in 1 1 0 trui k w h i c h arouses the en- t h u s i tsrn ft o u n t r y folk especially colored peoile Th i f t h t between Messrs Mudd and J i h n s o n is (loser t h a n many Democrats fir w i l l i n g to admit despite the advantage possessed by Mr Johnson in party affiliation records Both Appeal to Labor Vote. In the Sixth district the Democrats ha\ ' rcnomlnated DT.V i 1 J I ewis, who t h e y ia\ has restored the district on the map w here it was placed by the late IAJUIS L Mc( onias 30 years ago The Ropi bi tans h a v e nominated S t i t e Senator Fret! N ?ihlmar! of Allegany. of w h i c h count\ Mr Lewis is also a resi- lent In both nominations here is recog- i i z e d tne labor e l e m e n t In \llegany t n u n t \ an element w ?iieh is popularly supposed to be the dominant political fa tor in the district The candidates in ! spellbinders ire practically appeal- nif to t h i s \ o t t How It will jump Is un- c e t t a i n It w i l l probably split even In i ' h f - o n n t i p s of the dlstrlc* Including i a r i e t t \ \ a s h i n g t c t i Frederick a n d Montgomerx m each of w h i c h the labor \ it do. s no cut as w i d e a swath as in · V l l c g a n v vott rs Irrespective of party af- i h i u o n s and w h o art not Identified with abui org i m z a t i o n s say t h e y are given t h e opt! m f -voting for a labor candi- i v t c Henc** the voting will to some ex t e n t bt. a personal one w i t h party at- *Huitioi cut out, Tariff an Important Factor. Th listrict has i dei ided leaning to | w ird p i o t e c t i o n w hit h w i l l be an i m - I ortant factor in the line-up of voters Mr I t .vis is said to be undergoing L -:rommg b\ Senator John Walter Smith and other r e g u l a r organlzition le iders as t c a n d i d a t e tw ears lience if he w i«is t h i s s t a r igam»t Senator H l i l r Lee Mr 1 e s h o w r \ e r working hard for Mr i l e w i s e l t c t i o n The two gentIemen"TilB-ve j no f loveil e a c h o t h e r since St nator L e e ' b u t t t I ylTi on Mr Lewis m making rt t om-nendations at the \ \ n i t e House for a p p o i n t m e r t s in Mr Lewis' district T h e P r o g r e s s i \ e \ o t e w h i c h t w o \ e i r s igi v, is an important factor In the Sixth l i s t r u t as well as Baltimore and unim- p o r t a n t n the Fastern Shore and In southern M a r y l a n d has this \ ear dwin- I tiled to i n s i t i n l t i t an o The total regts-' u r t d Prot,r»S!,ive \ o t e i n t h e State I s ' J 1"5 Two x e a r s ago Col Roosevelt re c eived 57 ~s votes In the ;tate President Taft received 54 Son In A l l t g a n y counM alone Col P*oose\ek received more votes In l^U for President than the whole reg -It red Progressive v o t e in the State this y e a r Former Senator George I \\ el- ^ngton who last y e a r was the Frogres a K e candidate for the United States Senate declined this \ e a r to record himself on the registration books as affiliated w i t h t h a t party Democratic Division Makes Reelection Seem Certain. THORN TO PALMER Campaign Waged In Pennsylvania Vigorous and Bitten Eyes of Whole Country on Keystone State, Largely Because of Prominent Part in Forthcoming Election* Which Tariff Issue Has Taken in Fight Between Penrose and A. Mitchell Palmer. Brumbaugh Lead* for Governorship. Sprclal to Th« Washington Post Philadelphia, Oct 29--With the battle of political giants drawing to a close in this State, it becomes evident that the result of the senatorial and gubernatorial election is going to be close The Republicans are confident that both Senator Penrose and Dr Martin G Brumbaugh,' the latter being the candidate for governor, will be elected, but various el«- menta enter into the struggle, and It IB w h o l l y possible one might be elected without the other Whether Senator Penrose is to be penalized by the Vares, who are the leaders of the great downtown, section of the city, because of his opposition to the candidacy of Representative William S Vare for the mayoralty three years ago, Is the principal question agitating other Republican leaders Worried by Armstrong Trip. \t the other end of the State they are worried about a trip recently made by Mavor Armstrong of Pittsburgh, in company with William Fllnn, whose guest he was in New York. Armstrong was the choice of the Penrose-Ollver faction for mayor of Pltts- burprh two years ago. He defeated Stephen t» Porter, a member of Congress, who was backed by the then Mayor William Magee The Penrose-Ollver forces worked hard to elect Armstrong and when they succeeded It was hailed as evidence that Mr Penrose would have the city administration back of him when he became a andldate for reelection to the Senate Mayor Armstrong s little trip to New with "Bill" Fllnn, financial backer of the bull moose, naturally is causing alarm Battle Vigorous and Bitter. Probably in no State is there being waged so vigorous and bitter a battle The men ·» ho are figuring In it are of national size and importance. Penrose Is the ranking Republican member of the finance committee and would b6 chairman and chief tariff-maker If the Republicans were returned to power He la making his campaign effective with the argument that the Democrats promised to reduce the cost of living and that the onl things they have reduced are wages, employment, and treasury revenues. A Mitchell Palmer, the Democratic nominee for the Senate, is one of the leaders of the Democratic House and was offered the post of Secretary of War In President Wilson B cabinet. He refused j it because he is a Quaker He wonted to be Attorney General He is the man who had charge of the metal schedule of the tariff bill, and the Bteel mill employes in the State, many of were thrown out of work as a result of the tariff law, feel none to friendly toward him. Pinchot Has Roosevelt Backing. Clifford Pincho^ Progressive candidate for the Senate, is one of Col Roosevelt's close personal friends He was deposed as chief forester of the United States when Mr Taft was President He went abroad to tell Roosevelt about it and It is generally understood he was the first man to accuse Taft of backsliding from the Roosevelt policies The result was that Roosevelt was prevailed upon to become a candidate for President against Taft With regard to the governorship, there Is not the same triangular line-up The Progressive candidate lor governor, William Draper Lewis, who is dean of the law school at the University of Pennsylvania, withdraw In- favor of the millionaire Democratic candidate, Vance McCormick, leaving the latter to represent the entire opposition to the Republican candidate Dr Brumbaugh, who is making the campaign for election on leave of absence as superintendent of public schools Brumbaugh is extremely popular throughout the State He polled more than 26O.OOO votes In the Republican primaries and It Is believed generally that he will be elected His record Is excellent and not even Col Roosevelt, In his f o u r days' tour of the State, has made much of an attack on him The Vares downtown are wholeheartedly for hlg election^ and will pile up an enormous vote for him When William S Vare, who is now in Congress, ran for the Republican nomination, he polled more than 80.000 votes, despite the bitter flght made against him by Senator Penrose and James P McNichol, who shares Republican leadership with the Varea Vares Not Making Active Fignt. The Varea, apparently, are taking no action one way or another with regard to Senator Penrose They always have been stalwart Republicans and will continue to vote the Republican ticket But the bulk of the South Philadelphia vote still Is resentful, because of the opposition of Penrose to Mr Vare three jears ago and this resentment may be shown In an Impairment of the Penrose strength at the polls downtown Despite doubt as to the Vares In South Philadelphia and as to Mayor Armstrong in Pittsburgh, It Is believed Penrose will have about 75,000 majority In Philadelphia, and about 25000 In Pittsburgh He will also be very strong In th« coal mining regions and In the steel mill and textile ·ections The principal doubt la aa to tn« ODDS OFFERED IN OHIO ON COX AND "WET" VICTORY Special to The Washington Post Cinrtnuti, Oe*. ».--If there to ··ythl»«C la the »U «tda«e that "money talk*," and thin no-called "talk" ha« aarthln* to do with he *warla* ot election*. Ohio can ··Mr be flcured aa beta* IB the "wet" eotanm after next Tueadrnj-'B election. Odd* of 3 to 1 that the State would no ·"·ret" prevailed today throna-h Ohio, with little "dry" moaey | n vlKht. Xrfe Heine, local bettlna; cmanUa- aloner. tontfcht reported one bet of *2.0OO to *1.0bO that Hamilton county Ct»dmatI) would «lve a "wet" majority of 3S.OOO. Waver* on the race for governor, that were reported today, were nearly all made at even money, althonirh Cox remain* a ullarht favorite in aom« circle* at odd* of e to B and 1 to B. The following; Beta were pouted today with a local brdtceraa-e nrm ·2,000 to «1,000 that OaW wonM Ko "wetj" *2B even on \Coxt »2OO affalnat SSO on the "wetaf" $20 · to ·100 on the "wet*;" »140 to "1OO on Cox. There la alM an offer of 98OO to ·BOO tonight on Cox. whleh haa not been taken. A lively apart in the bettlna: la expected Today, both on the a-oVerBorahip and the "wet" and "dry" laanea. SEVEN OF GOTHAM'S ELITE GUNMEN BURY FEUD SO DEEP THE EAST SIDE NOW LOOKS ON IN HAPPY WONDER attitude of the farmers It Is In the agricultural sections that Palmer and McCormick, Democratic candidates, are making their chief flght and their only headway Col Roosevelt provides another doubtful element His meetings have been large and enthusiastic It has been demon stratedThat there Is a very large Independent vote In Pennsylvania--the large number of persons who registered as nonpartlsans showed Umt--and the principal question is whether the bulk of this vote will go to Palmer or Pinchot May Have Aided Pinchot. t ntil Roosevelt came into tha State, it was safe to "ay that Penrose was In the leud, that Palmr was second, and Pinchot a poor third Roosevelt, however, maj have aided Ptnchot considerably The effect of the third candidate s strength is different here from In other States The voters are arrayed Into two classes--those who want to vote for Pen and those who want to vote against him The fact that those who want to vote against him are divided is clearly n l\lt favor. The more strength Pinchot gets the more he will take away from Palmer One-third, and possibly one-half, the Democrats In Pennsylvania will vote for Penrose This may seem surprising, but t is true Tha Democratic party has been badly split under the leadership of Palmer and McCormlck The manner in which they have ignored the party workers in the distribution of patronage- has caused widespread discontent They have put Into office men who have never been identified with Democratic politics, Ignoring the workers "Old Guard" Thrown to Penrose. The "old guard" Democracy supported City Solicitor Ryan, of Philadelphia, for the nomination for governor Great bitterness resulted from his defeat Palmer has stated In the past that the "old guard" had to be rooted put; and It has been rooted out It has been rooted out of the Democratic partj and Into the i anks of Penrose. Split tickets are likely to be a feature of this coming election There are thousands of Independents who will vote for Brumbaugh but who will not vote for Penrose, and a great many Democrats will vote for Penrose who will not vote fo"r Brumbaugh, but or McCormick, so that they can take oath, when they register for the next election, that they voted for "a majority of the Democratic j candidates at the preceding election " The local option Issue is also figuring largely The prohibition vote w/11 go against Penrose, but not aamat Brumbaugh because the latter is personally pledged to local option, although the Republican platform omits the Issue. In addition to the full Republican vote, Brumbaugh will receive an enormous Independent vote, for the simple reason that he Is regarded as one of the strongest and ablest men who ever appeared In Pennsylvania politics, and his friends are pointing: to him as a possibility for the Republican nomination tor President in 1916 Tariff Issue Far-Reaching. The tariff Issue figures to such an extent that the result In this State will without doubt have an important Influence on the nation Protectionists regard it as absolutely essential that Penrose should be returned to the Senate The flght being made against him Is very bitter, especially since one of the sensational papers In Philadelphia charged he had admitted to the ftdltor that he had corrupted the late Mayor Rejburn The admission Is supposed to have been made bv Penrose when he was fighting against the nomination of William S Vare as mavor and for the alleged purpose of in- SpooUl lo The Wellington Post New York, Oct 29 --Seven of Gotham's most prominent citizens today declared peace They shook hands In "Pat" Sullivan's headquarters, 207 Bowery, much to their own apparent satisfaction and the delight of the police The handshaking gentlemen were as follows Jimmy Kllv, the "Gen Villa of Hester street," whose real name Is Giovanni dl Salvlo Chick Trlcker, flght manager otherwise Prank Trlcker, Jack Birocco, or John Sirocco Al MarineHI, prominent club, knife and gun man Tony Cheese, alias Anthony Santulll, who srils cheese--sometimes Thomas Dike, lieutenant of "Chick" Trlcker A n t h o n j Caddlno, one of tha Jimmy Kelly gang Present also was the wtll-known and highly esteemed Paul Kelly (Anthony Vaccarelll), who reformed sevei al years ago and since then haa been conducting a big real estate business He la ^said to be worth *100,000 Paul Kelly and Sullivan are credited with bringing the peace party Into being. Signer Salvio, of Enn. Anyhow. Jimmy Kellv should be addressed hereafter as Giovanni dl Salvlo-- Ike that The nom do p l u m e ' dl Salvlo ' was gathered when he us,ed to mow doivn opponents In the prize ring Kell still shows marks of th05,G enBagements. but aid today that he likes the name of ' dl Salvlo" better t h a n the Irish " K e l l y 1 The aamo goes foi Messrs Slrocio Trioker, .ind Cheese The latter at home Is known as Anthony Santulli MarineHI Is as well known as Paul KelU Those who know the gossip og gang- dom told todav how Jimmy Kelly and Chick Tricker were brought up together They played "pussy cat' and similar Innocent games when they went to school Their parents were the best of friends As they gre wup they lost sight of each other, until Kelly branched out as a pugilist and afterward gained control of a Fourteenth street cafe Trltker was the big chief of Chinatown, aided and abetted by SIrocqo Shooting Matches Popular. One day business went bad in Fourteenth stieet, and Kelly resolved to move to Chinatown With him he took several lieutenants, ono of tl^em named Dewey ' Trlcker couldn't Me Dewey getting ' the grav ' as he expresses it and resoU ed then and there to get rid of him Dewey beat him to It, and shot Tricker In the arm That was about four years ago Trtcker vowed vengeance on Kelly and Mce versa ^ For a time free shooting matches w e r e the rage in Chinatown The police f i n a l l y put a stop to this One or two of the gun totem were sent away for long terms Louis Poggf, a pal of Kelly'"), beat his ball on a serious charge All hands were unanimous in the opinion that Poggl was "framed' by the polke Then Paul Kelly reformed Poggl made up his mind to get his Italian pals to do likewise One day he happened upon Jimmy Kelb and said "Now, look here we v« got to stop this fighting among ourseKes Home time t l i e police will send the whole bunch to :all ' Jimmy was willing, but he said he would not ask TVlcker to make up He met his old enemy. Tommy Dike last week Dike spoke to htm and got awa with It, and they have been fast friends since "Funn-v thing, ' said Dike toda "I often meant to put one over on Kelly but I m glad I didn't because I didn't know until I met him What a. fine fellow he Is Bashful Gun Experts. Todays meeting -was ptearranged Kn terlng the Sullivan headquarters, a. reporter found Hunipty J icksori sitting dangerouslj on a balustrade \ 11 none of the s vcn renowned gunmen K d \ e him a "tumble Farthei 111 the hall Paul Kelli and ^ulll- van were begging Jimmy to go and shake with 'Chick ' Both were bashful Soon somebody walked Caddino o\ er to Sirocco, and the exchanged assuiances of their mo«t distinguished consideration Caddlno is J i m m y Kellv s right hand man But the real leadership hinging between Kellv and Trfcker -was t o t to be « e t t l c r t ' Now, see here " declared Paul K f l l \ at last, "this leadership thing is i thins of the past We're just plain good f e l l o w s from now on Paddv w i l l take rare of the bojs ^hake and make up and let the past be forgotten " Then the two leading East Side gunmen shook hands Peace immediately began to brood p\ er America Thibet, Kamchatka, Terra del Fuego, and Kast New York Iater--Peace la still broodinB A. LISNER. Hours: 9 to 5 _4 r G STREET FIRST CHINESE TO GO TO DEATH CHAIR MAY PAY MURDER PENALTY MONDAY Special lo The* Washington l o ^ t New York Oct 29-- An application for a new trial for Kng Hlns and L,ee Dock, two Chinese awaiting electrocution in Sins Sins for the k i l l i n g of I.ee Kay in 1912. was denied b Judge {"rain in ifen- eial sessions yesterdav and the men will be put to deith next Monday The will be the first Chinese to f?o to their death in the electric chair In this State At their first trial the jury disagreed, and at the second, in Febi uary of last vear the men were convicted The court of appeals sustained the conviction Grace Mack sworo to Gov Gly nil that, she had f r i \ e n false testimony at the tual w hen she said she had seen the shots flred Afterward she swore she was at T. theater ut the time of the k i l l i n g She a sad ted she had been i n d u eel to g l \ the false testimony by Jim Oum, a Chinatown merchant Assistant District Attorney "W assei \ogl, who had prosecuted the men produc ed a new witness in Llilie Wilson who swore she had seen the two men kill K a j She had been induced to give her tc b t i m o n v through a missionary Flortm e \\ OIIK another Chinatown resident also ga\ ( c-orrobative evldenc e, and swon Grace Mack waa not at the theater at the time of the shootlnpr' The only thing that oan prevent the execution on Monday is an application to Gov Glynn for executive clemencv and the district attorney would oppose that. HARVEY SEES PRESIDENT. Rumor Says Editor May Succeed Gerard as Envoy to Berlin.' Col George Harvey called upon the President at the White House Vi ednesday for the second time w i t h i n a month \\ ith Fred Ijynch, Democratic n Uional committeeman from Minnesota, he discussed the political situation and told the President that In his opinion the outlook for Democratic v i c t o i j was excellent It was rumored here last mgbt that the President was consideiing the appointment of Col Harvey to succeed Ambassador Gerard at Beilin In case the latter Is elected to the Senate Col Harvey revealed after leaving the White House that while he never aRreed with the President's policy of not recognizing Huerta in Mexico, he thouKht fcubsequent events had made the President's program work out v e r y well \ letter from Richard O l n e j , former Secretary of State, to Col Harvey which Secretary Garrison read last n l K h t in a speech at Springfield Mass, w aa gone over at the conference Col Harvey has talked with Henry Watterson since the latter s call on th« President recently and it was said that all the preelection unpleasantness had been Ironed out BUELESON'S 0. K. HEU) AMPLE President Will Not Write Letter Indorsing Roger Sullivan's Candidacy The President considers the indorse- ment given to the senatorial candid «y ot Roger Sullivan In Illinois by Postmaster General Burleson as sufficient, and will not write a letter indorsing Mr Sulhvin a8 he haa done in the cases of some other candidates That was stated yesterday authorltatlvelv Mr Burleson with the consent of the President said in a speech at Peoria, 111 . recentlv that the administration was for Mr Sullivan The Secretary of Mate was opposed to ·the nomination of Sullivan Chairman McCombs. of the Democratic national committee and tome other leaders have come out openly for him The President yesterday sent a letter Indorsing the senatorial candWacv of Rep- rSentatlve George A Meely, In Kansas CABXIN TELLS OF HIS WORK. Representative Addresses Enthusiastic Audience of Alexandria County Voters. Alexandria County Courthouse, \ a Oot 29--Representative Carlin, who is a candi date for reelection, addressed an enthusiastic audience here tonight He discussed among other matters of local Interest the proposed budge at T h i r t j - f o u r t h street northwest, to connect W a s h i n g t o n and Alexandria county and said he hoped to secure its erection He also told of his efforts lo put through Congress the bill providing for the Lincoln Memornl bi Idge Replvtn? to charges m a d e by his opponents that he had been ' asleep at the switch ' when the bill was passed exclud ing nonresident pupils from t n e Distru t schools Representative Carlin produced Congressional Records to show t h a t for five das he enfTasred in debitt 111 an ef fort to defeat the bill He w is e n t h u h i astieallj cheered and his speech caused widespread comment "Merode" Underwear Broken Lots 25c and 39c You know the lowest regular pritv for the famous Hand-fin ished Glo\c-httmg Ribbed "Merode" is 50c. Buy days h a \ f created man\ broken lots--Women's "Merode' Vests, Pants, and Tigh(h are buuched at 25c and J9e, Children s Lmon Suits are bunched at 39e See speeial sale tables in the new*buildmg -rear of the mam floor--facing G street door. Superior Lot* Bunched at Note the famous makes^--Carter's Richelieu, Merode, and Athena Ineluded are Union Suits, Vests, Pants, Tights, Corset ( o\ ers, and Sleeping Garments for \\omen, girls, and bojs all sizes 111 one style or another--and all are autumn and winter \\ eight , ROOSEVELT ENDS HIS TOUR. Makes Half Dozen Speeches on His Way to Hamsburg, Where He Closed. Harrisburg Pa , Oct 29 --Col. Roosevelt today completed his four days' cam paign tour of Pennsylvania in the inter- e^t of Progressi\e candidates and returned home to Oyster Bay He spent the night at Huntingdon Pa , and miflo half a dozen speeches while traveling to this f i t \ AMUSEMENTS. Halloween JJardin de Danse SCHOOLS AITD COLLEGES. WASHINGTON SCHOOLS. S T E W A R D ' C BP3'*«ffl» L i,CCC^X 12th and FSU.N.W. *J Washington's Leading Business College Largest Gregg Shorthand School in Washington. Special class, 4 45 to 6 :00 p. m. Send for new catalogue. Special features for that eve Alfred Patton Gibbs and Miss Marguerite Kerwin Rafferty in their orignia-l exhibition "Dance of Love" souvenirs ' M i k e reservations early .1 \ m i N DI' n \ ' \ « K T e i D a n s n n t i ' f l T i l ^ 4 to fi W 50 I n c l u d i n g tea ind I m B t bup))er Dansante S to 1 7 » i n c l u d i n g light r e f r e s h m i n t t Dane i n s \rv afternoon a m i t x e n m g (except xxxxxxxxx 1^'^ · I**I^'%W Star! V o n r B u s i n e s s I n t i H i i M j Now STRAYER'S Buslnes* College M mt f SU., Old MtMMc TwMl Day and NlfM Softool! NowOp*» (·DIVIDUAL INSntUGTlOX Fr«» THE DE GUERIN School of Music NOW OPEN. iTio i st ft. ve. (Former Wa*hlna;to'\ Club ) ALL R R A I X C H K S OP MI SIC. HAlI Mating 200 tor rent for rocluUs, l«r turn* a n n eat«rtAiamwQts. Studios tor r«n* tor trK-b)Df. VOICE CULTURE BJNGIVQ Ton* Production V o l r e PU I n g E*r T r a i n i n g 7*^*p B r e a t h i n g . Phj slcal Cultur* D l t t l i i c * Eta jocU Dramatic Art, '1OM(.HT AT PREMIER ASSAILS CUMMINS. Election Would Be "Stab in the President's Back," He Tells Voters. Waterloo Iowa Oct. 29-- If you want to stab the President In the back 110 sharper knife than Cummins c an 1-e found " said the Secretary of Stati lierf today in a speech urging the defeat of Senator Cummins for reelection "No other member of the T'nlted States Senate has been as bitter in his attacks on the President as Senator C u m m i n s ' said the Secretary 'If the people of Iowa are not in s m p a t h \ with the Prtsi dent of the Lmted States and w a n t to make the next two jears of his term bar ren of remedial measures they w i l l vote for Senator Cummins ' The Secretary said that no orcupint of the White House h»d worked harder nor accomplished more than the President ' The Democratic administration has laid the foundation for universal peace in treaties signed by 30 n a t i o n s and indorsed In principle b\ victuallv evei \ n a t i o n of the world," he said ' Had Furope Riven one week In which to deliberate there would have been no war Th» only th enter In "W a « h l n g t n n offering csclo e l v e l v American and foreign stars of the first rank M a t i n e e Satui«la--ROc, 75r, f 1 OO, $1.50 ^ £ « . j , e 7 KEYS TO C O H A N ' S R A L D P A T C 1H.ST PL.AY O * % l - W r * * l E. C O H A N i. H \rmiS A3TOK THr.ATKK CO. Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes 3C I J ' h St or PJlooe LJ"C. 373 BERLITZ f R L N C H G E R M A N SPAM«Tt ITALIAN 5F-SEATS SELLING F A N N I E W A R D In the StncittNul Fjrco Dowdy Sucn of Su Countries M A D A M PRESIDENT Th* Best Method Day and E \ o n i n K *-* ut ina. At School or Hos denc« Classen and Private SCHOOL 14th «« ]\. W . Phone Main S3JT. \ f w la««f» ( o n H t a m t l * FormlmK Boston Symphony Orchestra Dr. Knrl Murk. onduror. TI T K.SDA'i M3Vl.,MBi::R 3 ^National Theater, 4 30 Solointi 1'aMquale Amato. Seatn on xale at Droop's, 1.1th and A r u r i l « r " n t r l s of a m n In Brrou i t a i v builn.-*,* slona " P A r ir»e bu n*Hs mon nfT«T,j ] ree *« I age 1 u let n H A C H I N G TON S( IIOOL Of A U O I N T \ M Y 1 M ( A l" u o Q tt n w t \ *h r'or rnurw* m l n t- a t ) pr* fr- a c u n l n*. 1 i-\ f r COURSE OF CONCERTS BY World Renowned Artists K U e rrltln'H. o \ . 3O. Uer. 4, Jan. 1"5, Feb. 12. Mirll O. 1\ \ 1 I O M L THEATEB, 4i3O. Mme. Schumann-Heink Mme. Louise Homer Josef Hofmann Amato Sassoli Alma Gluck Zimbalist «eafcon T i L k e SI t" j *o NO» on sate at Dr no ^ T 3 h an1 (, I*' nc M a i n t»n NATIONAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL Apply After « P. M. At National Law School Bldg, gm i.itb s«. *. -n. __ Columbia Kindergarten Training School. Address 2115 California Avenue. ST MARGARET'S BOARDING ANB DAY SCH3J. H I N D I H G A R T K N UFPAR1 M l - N T Olrla ov«r ««ven nlmlttix) to b »rdla« d«i«-- rornt and bo i u n d e r ele*«n to day jchrxil Ac. MIS = Fa I I P P I N . O~T and BJUCEB Principal*. 2115 C» I form a st ocl 30t» EMERSON INSTITUTE Affiliated Wlli Un!Tr-!ttor ARMY AND NAVY CHANGES OF THE DAY. ARMY OUTERS. volvlng Mr Vare Penrose haa denied It, and the charge has not been repeated since Mr Vare rose on the floor of the house and denounced the story an an absolute lie so far as It referred to him personallj There are manj undercurrents In the fights here--purposes and motives refined ' to the last degree There are old feuds I in thp Republican party and in the Dem- ' ocratlc partj The Progressives claim thej were ' sold out" by "Bill" Li n n when ' he took William Draper Lewis off the ticket to make a deal with McCormick. the Democratic candidate Roosevelt haa devoted four times aa much attention to this State as to any other It ia here' that the fate of the Republican party ma be decided Roosevelt wants to eliminate Penrose. 10 that It can be said the old leadership has been rooted out and the way made clear for a reunion There are Interesting: personalities and Isaue-t in other States, but Pennsylvania, with Penrose and Brumbaugh. Roosevelt and Pmehot. Palmer and McCormick fighting for masfery. haa become the principal national battleground. Lraves of absence Capt B*SIL V RITTFK HOUSE Sixth c«\alr ong month e*tention First Lieut ROBFRT H J-LETCHEH, Jr Eighth In fantry t u o months CHpt JAMES B KKMPKR Eleventh i n f a n t r y ordered to Fort t A Russell Wyo for Uropo rary duty Capt PEYTON G CUARK. Infantry to Sixth In. fantr First Lieut CLARENCE L. STI'RDBVANT corps of engineers ordered to Pittsburgh Pa for lut First Lieut RICHARD T P O I N E R corps of engineer* ordered to New York c i t y for d u t y First Lieut LOLIS A M K R A t X medical ra(erve corps relieved from duty at Jarkson barracks La and from active duty In medical re»erve corps com Movements of Naval Vessels Sailed MacJonouEh anO G 4 from New York ·*ard for New London Mars from Norfolk for Cristobal Hector from Hampton Roads for Crla total Ole\ eland from San Diego for San Fran claco Btandlih from Annapolis for Baltimore Peoria and Wftban from Kty %est lor Charleston Beale Janrls Jenkins and Cafisln from Lynn haven Roads for Vorfo h Fanning. Oimmlng". Burrows Cmssin, McDougal Dravton McCall Pat ·erson and Trippe from Norfolk for Lynnhavea Roarta Balnbrl l«e from Jnlo f r Zamboanca Arlved Dliie at Hampton Roads Oalvebton at Manila Wheeling at Hrckland Bealc Jarvis. Jen km-" and Cassln at Norfolk Fanning Cummlng«. Burow, Casein McDougal Dray ton McCall Patterson and Trippe at Lynnhaven Roada. The commander torpedo flotilla Atlantic fleet has hoisted hia pennant on board the Dixie NAVAL OEDERS. Uetlt (Junior grade r McCAl L.FT detached command Dafnbrldge to hom«» to a w a i t ordfri Lieut, (junior grade) MAX 13 Dt MOTT c m missioned from J u l y 5 1914 | Lieut (Junior dra.lf) K r RAGLTT commit stoned from June fi 1914 Lieut (Junior itra.ie) F R A N K SUNGLUFF i*jlB8fon«cl from June o 11H Lieut, junl r grade) r A LLCAS cammls slonad from June 5 1914 Ensign v\ B JVPP to B»lnbrldge Ensign F B MELEVDY, detached Glacier to San Diego Ensign r F H O A R D detached receding ship at San Francisco to Gla ler Medical Director M f GATES rrom October 27 1914 Surgeon W H R E V M E . commissioned October T. 1914. P A Paymaster R W hMCe to Olvmola Carpenter G R A R 1 - Y 26 1914 to S«fl Francisco Carpenter fr A SAAR 23 1914 to temporary d u t y 31 Carpenter M r FABER appointed from Oo u ober 2o 1914 to temporary duty St. L«nul* Tarpentpr DORLS N V B L R G appointed from Oe tober 26 1914 to Asiatic ntatlon Carpenter L F PRK1 aupoloted from October 26 1914 to Asiatic station Carpenter W A MGHTIVGAI E appointed from October _S at Vor'u k Carpenter WHITNEY COI,LJ\s appointed from to temporar d u t y receiving a h i p Comdr J H HOLDEV cornmtesioned fr m J u l y I, 1914 Lieut Comdr L. J ^ ALLACR commissioned from Julr 1 1914 ^_ Lieut Oomdr H K. CAGE, to ntra] itatlon, OJongapo. commissioned from CLARK, detached Talla appointed from October appoiD'ed from October B E L A S G U Tomorrow M a t 2S. -S1.3O MISS MARIE TEMPEST Supported by Mr W Graham Br wn« anil her Enf- llch comi anv from the Playhouse London TONIGHT ''u.pw R A ae Flr«t" Br And All Week m«rj UOM MrSI H enr» Arthur jMn NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW \ \ I I . I . I \ l I I I IOTT 1'rrnent* The Love btorv \Mtli · 1.ninth In Kvery "KIT FY MACK AY" 11^ ntherlne- ( hlxhalm uxhlns: One ^ear a« the « o m e d j , ^ew York. Illuotrated Travel Tour Prince Sarath fihosh In Kull N a t i v e ReKalla. V hectare on The Marvels of India Day School. Night School. Prepare* for Al 1 Collece* and Unlrenltln. Government Examinationa. Student. Can Fnro' al Any T! TIT Address PrlnclpaU 1740 P St. S W WOOD'S COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, til EAST ( A F I T O l ST I ' H C N E UNC. ». T W K N T Y M N » Y b A R 1 - O i l ) K H O I t T H ^ N I ) H O O K K V H 1 N C J STENOT1PT C I V I L s r H M i f c A poital w i l l brlug to you our new 1 Iu«tr»t*d r a t a l put Next Sunday at 8:3O 25c--SI T H E D R I L L E R Y BUSINESS t N D CIVIL SERVICE COLLBQE.. 1100 1SBW YORK A V E N L B JULIAN ELTI N G E IN The Crinoline Sirl" IJ14 to temporary d u t y receiving snip 1914 2! at Boston Carpenter G D BARRIVGER appoint, I from October 26 1914 to temporary d u t y receiving ship at Boston Carpenter *: C GIRAHDFT appoi Ucd f om Oc tober 26 11.1 to temporary duty r t c e l i l n g ahip a 1 Philadelphia Carpenter G H WHEELFR appointed 'ion October 26, 1914 to temporary duty receiving a h i p at Philadelphia Carpenter DANIEL OAMPBLLL appointed f-otn Octob«r M 1*14 to temporary duty receiving ship ·t Philadelphia. WEEK- Seats Now Selling A new Amerl an play of rllal In prest P O L Y G A M Y With CtirrHil HMD* Mary Skn Luifa N CoMcr Wn I Mack BY H A R R I E T FOitl) A N D If AR\ EY J ') Hit c . I N S I N D I V I D ! Al p l a n i n « t r u tlon t h o r u«i aT 1 omp *-nt !n u - l i t g the r y t e c h n i q u e harmon i n l i r p i c m t l u n f o r m a r d n i f i d \ » r l t I K t c w r v a i rj 01 r-*p moderate rat»" a l m i Fr* tich a 1 O e i n a l a n u u a g e s t a u i r h M i » ( ar ]!ne F Gram tl- f ' D »t n« Ph n Mam 3l*,4 »!· WASHIXC.TON tlUSINP-'ij A N D ~ CIVIL S E R V I C E SCHOOL. IH7 ? Y AVE. N W PHONK M A I N 43«4 \ Prud'bonme Kr«-nch l.aujijaKC* Gclioa '.LT I a Cl«*««. or prH.t. ] ,, u o t S P A N I S H nw Ph n a t i v e teacl,«r 200« 1 th «t- ~ AMTTSEMENTS. Twice D* \r St 2 iS *jj ' The Or*** M a j j n n F i [T *-ur e WHEN WE WERE TWENTY-ONE B F KFITM'C Mll1 "5 A us · ·*·*··« » sun j o a a i s 2 Hhonea Main 44K4 and 44N. ' Htnla., 25c K\rnlnei, 2Sr to 91. 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