### Natham Carfont of the Court of Appeals, was mo### by both the Repuh###an and De### par### in New York State for Chief Judge of the court He was born in New York on May 24 ### the ### of A### and Re### Washington Nathan Cardoot. At Co### University he as graduated as B.A. in 1889 and M.A. in 1891. He has since been ### with the degree of L.L.D. by Yafe New York University and the University of Michigan.
He was ad###ed to the New York Bar in 1891 and in 19### was elected ### of the New York Supreme court for the term 1914-### Governor Glynm designated him to sit as judge in the Court of Appeals on February 2. 1914. and Governor Whitman appointed him to the permanent court on January 13, 1917. He was elected for the full term as associated Judge of the Court of Appeals in 1917. He is ### as and independent candidate.
He is author of “Jurisdiction of the New York Court of Appeals”. “The Nature of the Judicial Process” and “the Growth of the Law.” He is vice-president of the American Law Institute. Judge Cardozo is a member of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue.
Judge Cardoza has been a Justice of the Court of Appeals of New York for many years. His opinions are among the clearest expositions of the law that are to be found in the reports of any state. His appreciation of the social value of law as distinguished from the technical legal conceptions of mose lawyers has been a great impetus to the forward movement of legal reform.
Benjamin Stolz, candidate for Attorney General on the Democratic ticket, was a last-minute entry. Mr. Stolz has been prominent entry. Mr. Stolz has been prominent in party politics at Syracuse for several years.
Mr. Stolz was born in Syracuse. N. Y. October 13, 1867. Son of David and Regina Strauss Stolz. His early education was received in Syracuse. He later came to New York City and entered the Law School of Columbia University, from which he received his LL.B., cum laude.
He has been in law practice since his admission to the bar, and has served as chairman of the legal advisory board, 4th District. Onondaga County He is president of the Federation of Jewish Charities and director of the Jewish Orphan Asylum.
Col. Micheal Friedsam, head of B. Altman & Co., is being urged for the Republican Congressional nomination in the Seventeenth Manhattan District A committee of prominent Republicans is expected wait upon Mr. Friedsam before the end of the week and ask him to run.
The vacancy on the ticket is due to the nomination of Representative Ogden L. Mills for Governor.
Mr. Friedsam has never held elective office and had always declined to stand in an election. The leaders, however, have reason to believe he will accept.
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