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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1910.
BROWN CHRISTMAS i "
COMPROMISE TOT l
1 ROSENBAUM BACK
Let the City Sell Meat and Ice, Provide Shows,
NAB THREE AFTER
and Make Its People Happier! Unbossed It Can
WHITE AND GREEN
FALSE FIRE ALARM BUT HE CAN'T LAND
DOCTRINE OF emil SEIDEL, MIlWAUh'BB'M socialist mayor.
In Order Not to Disappoint
Any One Weather Mixer
Strikes a Mean.
SENDS A SPRING Rl.
This Quickly Turns Snow
That Hat tied Cleaners Into
Hue Coating of Slush.
Tits weather slarp nf ,.tir play no
favorite. Hp's I hp grail mrtrrolngli al
compromise Thorp oelng tnimy nlil
favored a whits Cstrletmas ami soma
who 'in'.. a green t'hrletmns llM rsn-
riy person undertakes m squars himaelf
win, everjsb niy by handing rat a dirty
brown 'hi laiitias.
lip Inaugurated the proposition Mtortly
after midnight by) starting a heavy rain
borne along on ft slushy, Iiunitd spring
wind from thi SOUthWest tliat sent lite
munury er.iHlIng up Hip tut. Inside
of an h.iiir t-ip sno w that had born no
th ground for two week, and thai was
P. ki ll h anl as flint In spots, began tb
gSflSII n nil disintegrate.
Hy breakfast tlntp the whole earth
was drowned under two htdhes of the
most iinChrtstmessy slush HnaeTlnojblOi
MetfffO. went into hibernation Mid spring
overcoat an l high robber MM out.
Ami the Street Cleaning Depart merit
found tin- job hli liuil Uilkeil Ita
forcee disappearing, moving off under
lte own bend nf tsatn.
A White Fog.
in oppn places like the park iwardi
and Hip sipiares. where MM lil eo-
i.niulatc.l Inches thick, u pe niter con-
dition developed after daylight Tiiei
enow wan uniting a fart anil the ruin
wae coniliiti down ao hard that a till, k j
vapor iiko a f'K snjvMopod everything'
in a white iiett that extended up to the
lower limbs or the dripping tree.
Long pendant Icicles developed ln
fltlelna anil ran at the nae In Steady
ati i-aiii.". msanwnno enonening iui
Littio Mtss Ntttlcoat In her white petti
coat; the longer alio stood the smaller
Anil above the splash of the rain rOM
a mighty miiftled al"i-slnh L hnru n
a vast unending pr anion, crawllntr
under utnbretlas like turtlee out for a
stroll, wended it way through all the
ahopptng itreeti on the Island.
No doubt the tlrel 011 ehop girls wel
romeil the Christmas live rain, for un
doubtedly It kept many Indoors and re
ilursvl tile volume of eleventh boor
shopping and gave their weary lemon
more of a breathing spell than they
would tstharwlee have had. And no
doubt, too, the ehop owners fumed to
eee the rush rut down.
The Sidewalk Vendors.
Aa fm the .-.Mi .v .i i k evadors, the
curbstone tb-nler In trinketM, toya and
Christmas glOSne, their heart Just
broke. A !' of them were driven off
poet lUogOther ai d those hardier spir
its who stood fust and Kot dripping
wet f nui. I trade reduced to a slender
suggestion of what It might have bsoni
Th'' weather forecaeter says: i-'.ui end
coJdii weather for Christmas day. But
unless the wind switches around to an
other quarter before to-morrow morn
1njj. ih.' betting looks like thin:
Mud for place.
know '.0 show .
THE AUTO SLED IS HERE.
k 1 10 in I nc liter the tlire sburj
Hlier t !l- Miles no Hour.
An aUtO sled that la u real success 1
the latest attraotlon on the North
nrewsbury River, Fred Waters, an loe
yaohtaman, built tin- loe aled, whloh is
nine feel long, weight lMQ pounda and
b equipped wilh a tell horse-power air
l oob d enuine.
Thei'i. iite two runners lu from and
bgOh ol the slid, Willi a sin. ill wheel in
the centre, mi whloh are sixteen steel
Hiiki-s lt'le wheeli driving nn-oss the
urface of me lee, furnishes tin- motive
power. The Ire sbil lias i o ered thirty-
wo miles an hour sasUy, and with cer
tain changes (hat are contemplated
Waters expects to make elxty miles an
Hope In the Pulure.
iFnnn the Wsibisftoe rttsr.
"1 reads In ds paper," Hid Uncle
Eben, "diit people Is llvln' longer dun
dey ustci. Maybe In de 0OSS of time
us human folks will live long enough to
netoaily learn an much aa we thinks
w" knows ut twenty or thirty.
The Beet Kind Will Be
. rilled with
Chincei la work. buy.
sell, invest, trade, (to.
t ftincci 1,1 hlfi v'nmpi'-
tsnt help, rent homelike
It O U I (I, ipsftmsnttl
lhap ;it "b I f 1 1 1 "
This Oreat Compoaltlon
or Compilation of
Ouoi'.ies Is Better Known
'Biggest Single Item in Homes
Is Meat Bill and the Packers
A re A II Millionaires, " Emil i
'We Can Run a Slaughter
house and Make It Pay
Without Destroying Busi
ness, as the Scoffers Cry. ' '
By J. E. Crown-
Milwaukee, WIS . Dee. 33.
Tbe (overnment of the elty le a
business proposition, and all the
people are stookholdere.
Public offlolals are employed to
run tbe enterprlee.
If a city can fnrnleb Its stook
holdere with oheap commodities
that enter Into the cost of living
then It is the duty of He eervants
to see that measures are adopted
whloh will bring about thle much
This was the way Kmil Seidel, the
Hoelellet Mayor Of Milwaukee, intro
duced the subject when 1 asked him to
outline his lews regarding the estab
lishment of a municipal elauiruterhouae',
a -lty log plant and other enterprises
which he la seeking to Inanaurarp herp.
Hp then handed me the following reso
lution, which ihaa lieen unanimously
passed by the City COUneHl
Resolved, That the city attorney
be and he 4s hereby directed to pre
pare u bin for presentation at the
next Legislature giving the elty of
Milwaukee full powers to erect and
operate a public alaupfliterhouse and
In addition thereto municipal storage
or cold storsKe plants in such num.
ber aa may be reuulred.
Mayor gstdol then elaborated on this
resolution and said:
"The greatest problpm confronting he
American people to-day Is the cost of
living. It Is the duty of every official
to study this problem long and careful
ly. I think that the biggest single. Item
In the cost of maintaining the home Is
the meat bill. There la hardly a puck
er of any con sequence In this country
who Is not a millionaire. You newspaper
fellows rcf"r to them si 'beer barons,'
and w hat you 0041 them la really true.
Mo set of men ever esercleed
the power that theee men do. They
reaoh Into the pockets of every
man, woman and child In the world.
They started out poor without a
"1 have studied this subject and have
had the opinions of experts to guide me.
I believe tiiat the city of Milwaukee by
establishing a municipal slaughterhouse
and going Into the meat business oould
furnish the oily cheaper food and also
inuke a profit over the running expenses
of the enterprise.
The Mayor'e Plan.
We can employ Juat as good buyers
ns the pucker... My Idea la to send theee
men either to the ranges or to the live-i
"""" annuel ami nave tne'li liny e.,tt!e.
sreep anil nogs, uiese would . shipped
to our municipally owned vurds, it j lie,
in our tmmioipal slough terhouae and
the oaroaSSOS placed In our miuil. inai
Op Id storage plants. The meat could
than be sold to the people either direct I
or through author la Sd 1. e iters.
' Some will sa.M that my Idea Is to do. i
troy the packing Industry. 1 say no. I
would not do anything to destroy any
business, The pa chore could keep on
selling meal to those who wanted It.
"In fact, I believe that we would
till need them in the field.
"My plan, however, would show the
people nknoat exactly what it costs to
place meal on the table, and fh packers
would have to meet our prices.
"Just good-natured competition.
That's what the whole plan would
he. Ho bnslneee deetroyed, but a
few more mouths fed, a few more
strong boye and girls put Into tbs
"SJoofifors and those, opposed to my
plan will say that a dty oan't run this
Kind of business, I say I; ian. To-day
the beef packers lu one of their plants
employ morn men than ore on the pay
roll of the entire city of New York.
"I Know It Can."
In the 'last analysis u city Is nothing
more than a big business enterprlee.
Why can't a city employ Just a good
! men as a private enterprise? I know it
"All that Is neoeeeary le out out
polltloe and the domination of a
boss. , ,
"Surrounded by several man wru ma
their business, I would not hesitate to
morrow to start a municipal slaughter
house and I promise to give the people
, Deeper meat and also make a profit for
"I Intend to visit the next aesslnn of
the WlSOOnSSn legislature and fight for
my enabling act which will allow Mil
waukee to try the experiment of trying
to give Its own people cheaper food.
There Is nothing iMMOMUUlUonal In the
measure, but the State Legislature has
so tied the hands of Milwaukee that It
cannot be tried without a special
'7 also intend to (to a little further.
The t'lty ComwH ha unanimously
artnpted the following resolution.
" 'He li resolved, by the Common
Council of the elty of Milwaukee,
thai the city attorney be and 1a
hereby directed to prepare a bill to
be submitted to the next Legislature
of the State of Wisconsin to so
amend the charter of the city of
Mllwaukss as to give the city of
Milwaukee la tnu-'h free lorn as Is
SOnSlstsnt WitMn tbe present con
stitution irf the State of W'lacon
ln. and to give the city of Milwau
kee the fullest control of Its own af
fairs and make It possible 10 meet tin
ned of ita own life.' "
Hers ibis militant Mayor of a tnr.ltant
city halted. He dashsd over to a big
wall case and tore out a map of Mil
waukee He spread it on the table, drew
11 big rlnK mound li end studied for a
Within ths Circls.
"in that circle, sir, live U0,uou people.
My 'JPta ? ; tajf m
1 W3 4 Jw Pi .esaJiWggMssBa) . rai
They represent every condition In the
seals of human existence. I say that
the elty should be allowed hy the Mats
I.ejti-lutui e to x.c tlo-e people the
authority to sa. i,.iw they shall be g..
erned. Kvsry locality has t.. r-e dif-1 s,.l,, ,,. rusnw ma lm,.k ,
ferent conditions. Itural districts ure 1 0ffr ,.
free from fehs problems thut confront "Phal'M the atari, my boy," he ex-
the congested loealltias. Wny, thsn, olalmsdi "ttvat'i the beginning or the
Hhoiihl not each locality be allowel tolblggesl thing I ever hope to accomplish,
make Its own laws, provided they do "Tou don't seem to bo very enlhuat-
no, InCelMa .. i I,., rlht. .. i listic. TliHt's be ause oil don't know
tire people "f tlie S ale or nation?
A city reflects lte glory over the
entire country. The rural voter le
benefited by the proeperlty of the
nearest market. Why, then,
shouldn't he allow that market to
eapand to take up new enterprleee,
to develop along Unee that make
proeperlty and bapplneae?
In addition to his municipal slaughter
house hid M.ijor goldel has uis,, ,,r,..
pared measurss looking 11, the aatahHah.
meni of n mu.nl 1 pal loe plant and also
delegating powa 10 t.he city t ku
its own contra
for c. instruction ma-
1 The same arguments that he advances
for his municipal siuugliterhuui-e app.y
to iiia other msas ires He is espsi lally
: bitter tward the n- a ieil Ice Trust,
I "I believe the time will c.une, but It
, may .e a long way olT." he said, "when
I OitleS Will be eblC 10 furnisil the lleoni.
i ICS at only a nominal BOSt, It la one of
tiie oheaiarst th.un.-s In the would to
manufacture and one . , r the great neces
sities In the summer motitha
"There bus been a (treat shout going
up uil over Che country about oonserva
tion. The man who mikes two blades
of grass grow where only one grew be
fore la hailed as a hOnO, I'm not de
But how about the man or worn
an who can raise two healthy chil
dren lnetead of one?
"I think that we ottg;ht to look
after human belnge a little bit
more and natural resuuroee a lit
tle bit loss. .
"QIVS America plenty of strong,
hSSlthy. well-educate 1 ami happy men
and women ami thsj will attend to the 1
resources, mey will attend to the conn-
try and that two Mai
become a thousand.
es of graas will
The Bath Tub Trust.
"f can't help laughing every lima I 1
I think of what tin- Qovernmont Is trying
1 to do to the Hath Tuii Trust. Why, sir.
I ciiul.l put tlie Plumbers' Trust out of
j business in one day if glVSO the opp ir-
"To-. lay In the die of Milwaukee our
inunlclpal gDVOmmsnl employs eight or;
ten plumbers. These men attend to ro- ,
I pairing and Installing Hie plumbing in .
lour public institutions. Why not employ
more mSHi SSVerai Ana 0 se-. pay them j
good salaries and do plumbing w .rk
for the Individual householder? Make
a little profit out of It, let It go Into the
city treasury f'ir the SStenslon of ,,tber
"Of couree, what I am Agbtlng
for will be a long time coining.
It will require battle of uilnda, but
it la coming as sure ae ths world
la going to get better and be a
mighty fine plaoa to live In."
Here Mayor Seub I pulled out hi
watch, grabbed ms by Hie urm, fuglhsd
tne through the outer door of Ida ufflce
gnd lull, the big committee room, where
his Hoard of RstlmStS was In session.
He Immediately brsatbad too sunjast ,
nearest his beart.
"Omit lemen." he said, addressing the
bouid, "J want you lu authorize the
expendll ire of 193,000 for public re 1 ea
rn on and social education.
The board knew Jut what the Maor
wanted. He had talked It over with
the members before. The monoy was
1 , , 1 I ii.ih..,i, ,. HmnHiil v,,l ., XI, v,.,
w hut that 00,0011 that I Jus) had .i'i
thorlaad means "
I wanted cigar, and told the Mayor
so, and he sent a messenger out for one,
Cigaro nnd Bad Booze.
"I don't believe in gottlni
(dions) olaara end bad boo
"That's ths reason I never keep any
think' like that around the "lllce.
"I win votee by talk, my boy; by
And it's not flippant talk, either It'i
always an argument backed up by iei-
snti. Hut now I want to tell you about
what we are go ng to do with that f::0,
It's u long story.
"The Idea stalled with my tlisi mu
nicipal dance give 1 several weeks aco
1 wanted to act an of ths classes of
people logsthsr. 1 wanted the rich to
masl te 1 '1 1 w inti-d t in-ill ti find
OUt Just bow nice the poor really are.
"I wantod the poor to discover
Just bow nice their rich neighbore
are. I wanted the educated boy to
find ont how sweet the little fac
tory girl Is.
"Thousands of people snswsred m
Invitation to thai municipal ball Ksarly
every one was IntrodltCSd, Our las lniK
women met the poor nioihers of the
factory district. Thcv all beamed gnd
wiillc, I as they watched their children
dance. The music wr.s good and clean.
The iik auditorium ws i beautifully
decorated. I tell you. sir, It was the
greatest sight I ever saw
"As a result of that dsnos the so. del
Stmaaphors In Milwaukee him been
cleared, The brotherhood of man has
come to mean m ire ih. in a sounding j
ph i :i se
"The next experiment I tried was a
iiia municipal eonoart.1 T sent rm- some
of my musician mends and we got up
a band Of eighty ptecea Think of It
1 sir. eight y ple. ps.
fhe leader manned
wonderful programme, M in
cluded popular us eeil ns classical
music. T then sent out Invitations to flip
entire city to noma to nor bis band con
cert in tin- auditorium at which an ad
mission fee of 10 esmts would hi
"The place e is IsSIMnsd and packed
and we made snough money off of the
16 cent sdRllSIVVms Pay e'erv man tn
that lend l find salary fo- hl even
"Wa had given the people an n
tertalnnient that would oost them
g3 for the aar.ia claes of m isle any
"This gett!' g the paop e together se
me to thinking. I thought aoo it n t ir
Ing tin- long hours In Hie night. I usisl
to get up and re. oi istters fron th.- rich
people of MilwaUksS telling 111 how
nice they had found the p inf Wi re sir. ,.
they hud ooms to know t .e.u at our
"I've known thut the workin-.? class I
are gmsl all the t'me. ttvarVbody li
graal If giVSN a h.ince. H'h the w irk-
III boy and working girl that hgvsn't I
had a chance to get along that bcjaie I
a burden to gOCli ty.
"I res-entl looked up BOilOOl Ktaf It I
ties. I fountl out that only ten out uf
one hundred boye and girls eatSJ high '
. L. M MMHW!mbm sj I
school after completing thsir courses
l-i the lower grade public schools, Tiiey
finish these loacr grades at about the
gge of fourteen 1 wondered whsi be.
came of Hie ninety boys and girls who
did not inter high SOl I. t found
them in tin- factories and commarolgl
houses Struggling to make a living.
They had to go to work:
Ths question men arose, what wis
being done by the public for these la -
tin I bO) I ' Kil ls.
"They bad no amusement, no Jo.
no pleasures. nam e to DultlVStS the
g I that was In them Between Hie
I ages of fourteen and twenty-one Is the
anrlnatlmo of life but th ninety hoys
and girl's wh lldn'l attend high
school hvea'llf thay had i w ok only
saw In It 11 dreary wintertime.
"I then conceived the Idea that the
' cite ought to do something 10 make
1 city iiio:ht
them happy, and I hit upon toy pool
1., i-eaiiici and social education plan
.Now, sir, they have given u t:i",noi
MS II Si I I. I .'IS Illllliei l e
1 .1 :. 1 lie Ihe lives of j
petiiieo ill irymi'
our young people ha pier and hotter.
It won't all go In da and band
conceits. I have an bba that event. i-nlh-
the elty oog'i: to In some way
afford poor young 1 sople an opportunity
to study tuns. c and srt, to bring them
together I" reading clubs, to give them
outing in ihe parks.
I am going to have a lot of help
In worklutr out my Idea. Rundrede
of good men and women are rally
ing to my support. I want to maks
the buy when It cornea time for
him to oast a vote to cast It ae
e-ood. clem cltlien knowing
city, hla Btate and country.
I want the girl whan It comae
time for her to get married to take
into her home the ideas of her re
eponalblllty, to be able to make
that home happy and bright and
cheerful. I would rather have it
aald when I die that Emil Beldsl
helped to make good cltiaene than
to have acquired all the rlchee in
"Why. Sir, know mil
hundred! and hundreds of boys and
KliL , tin- Md ,ri.'H to-day who have
noblo ideas. bUl no means by which
to put those Ideas Into execution."
Hopes of a Nation.
Mayor Beldei rusne 1 from 'ds desk
int., nn adjoirslhs room :""i pressntly
cams back bearing largo -hi painting.
It wis mounted In a mSgntflcenl frame.
' Nothing's loo good for thai Pi "lie,"
he said "In ihe lenders of Hull fiajne
I see burled the hopes "f the nation.
U s not much of a picture. An at "at
would laugh 't it It's an ..id subject.
1 ,i, II (hows 11 Stag drinking
out of a 1 1 aii aronoi ars trees and
Mowers. ."' in lf the coloring is not
t.Pii b I. Hit it was painted and
brought t" ms by a tourtseh-yssr-otd
fact. . 1 . boi H. had probably never
m ,. , . , ,, trees md pools as he palmed.
But t 'i- piel IfS shows t ml hS had Hie
artlsi Inttln 1. lis gava it lo me as
a prevent. .ti:s ire mlghtt good pans
pie, j 011 111! . ' , and I got up from my
iler'! after that f.t tory boy left und
,.i,l 1,1 -i" oh.- or t ie best artists Ih
"He hasn't got much money, but 1
told him the Story of Ibis boy. Ilea
leaching that v. mug man now how lo
become real irtlati
"And he tells ma that tbe boy
Is going to succeed.
"WTial'a behiS done for that one buy
ror many i
needs i- for i s city la tek.
ti-rest In I IS matter."
I looked at tli'a rapid firs, talking
in. in. Ibis So iillt Mayor of u great
city, ami wondersd if he an a dreamer.
'Then More Mouths Would Be
led and More Healthy.
Strong Boys and Girls Be
"I Want Folk to Mix and the
Educated Boy to Learn How
Sweet the Little I'actoru
1 1 houg 1: I Would ask
tio i. end 1 d.i
Im a blunt iue-
"Now yau have told tne all yn'ir
Ideas." I said, "what have you accom
plished In the month that you have
bSStl M .n or "'
He seemed a little Ml nettled
"I think vnti itugot to And that nut
for yourself.' he replied "It would
sound a little hit better If you did."
Started on Tour.
I : uah him at il word ami sUrted on
a t or of l p-tlgat ion. Afterward I
returned 10 tie City Hail ami went
Ih rough 1 rait ..ally every department
lu it. Kvceybodj was working and
there were ao " 1 1 Hail political losfp's
a' 1 ii i ie , ne in. atlsnded la their
bUSl at N and w ent mil.
Then 1 uin.n went to ihe Mayor's
"Now tital yotl have seen lust a few
things." sail the Mayor, I II tell you
what 1 have do ie during the months
of my administration
"I have given tbe oily clean and
"I have abollehed graft.
"I have thrown out the politi
cians "There are no more ward boeeee
"Tbe people get a dollar's worth
of work for every dollar they epend.
"We have cleaned up the fae
torlaa and made them comply with
the health laws.
"The etree care have been ven
tilated and more of tham put la
"We have given the city a cleaner
government for leee money than
"We have acraprd on all the bar
nacles. "Every man on the clty'e payroll
doee a day'e work.
"We have made MIHvaukee a bet
ter in y to live in.
"We here brought about a better
understanding between capital sad
'The - aptlull t at heart Is really 1
g. o.l mini when he Is made to loe the
mark and shown where his reail Inier
es'.s He. I have had scones of big matin
I facturers come to me and sa, golds I
sc. e DU haVS made us clean up our
people are doing lit tier cent, nmre work
than they ever did before.' The street
, a . imp.tuies have had fewer roni-
BlalnlS and fewer daimage suits.
The City Budget.
"HOTS Is a elty budget Of a previous
administration. As you spp. 11 1- only
thren typewritten sheets. It carried an
appropriation or IT.000,100, Kvorythlng is
bunched. No details are given. It says
13,000,000 foi schools aftd so 011 for every
"Now here Is lliv budget. As you see,
lit is as nig as an encyclopedia. Kvery
penny, even 11 the uandles, has boon
itemised, IfOU will see that the elty
buys it itipplleM from ail kinds affirms,
l T n. old administration boiaghi from una
I firm III any particular line.
"We have bought where we go
the beet bargatne.
"A you win notice there have been
man) nuns that have hud dealings wit 1
ti ty We have made IhoOl Compete
1 Intend In I few weeks to publish whilst
1 will call tlie Cllv HulMln This unhide
nswepapsr -mm he a weekly ami enough
will be printel so that every istizeli can
get u copy If he wishes to This p.i.petr
win contain an Kemlssd account of alt
tiie expenditures mads 1 the ity. it
e.lll tell what msnOUrsS are b,.f,ue the
Coun II and what all of the public offl
1 as are doing Suggestions will be
res IIIS 'e i-lv sd.
-We have cut oat all of the fads
In our administration, done away
with red tape commleeioaa sad
hired experts la every line.
"The greatee: achievement of my e l
mluistrutioti bus been tiie settlement of
the garment workers' strike 'Phis atlika
wasn't two days old before I saw that
aomsthlng must be done to bring Ihe
strikers and their smpioysrs together
T ey listened t,, leason, und, as I
siid before, capital and labor are more
I loaely allied In Milwaukee to-day thun
-1. 1 efors in ths history of the . Ity.
"To-day we have more children
In the public eotaoola than ever be
fore. Mnuir Heldel will not allow street
extension,! through new city subdivi
sions until the owners subscribe to his
city beautiful plan In laying out their
lotgi Tills mesne that the streets must
have parkways with occasional email
parks, and that every house muet nave
land around It, eo that there shall be
plenty of fresh air. trees and dowera
He 1.1'entually hopes to have the city
go into the real estate business slid plan
nil of the new subdivisions.
I elm O0! forgo to tell you," aald
Mayor goMol as I was getting ready to
leave him. 'That my police force has
almost iM-coine a model one.
"I bave never oountenaiued bru
tality, and insist that every police
man be a gentleman. The cltiaene
of Mllwaukss to-day reepect our
polloe force, and the policeman re
epecte the cltlaen."
As 1 was abOUl to leave Mayor Heldel.
the strange mtktUro Of bard headed hus
Incsa man ate! even shrewd i4lt! 1a.i
und s.'.i the dreamer, handed me a card
tin It was prl n led
His ottl. e was Uinked w-lth flower-.
oarnutlona ami obrysanthanritnsi He
handed BIS a tremendous DUDOS of taem
I h nl tn smile.
MOtve tbein to somebodl Or) the raln
thui will enjoy and ap,-re. dale them,'"
lis said. "If ton have no one et home
dial Will like inssnV1
""i-.in la MltStSUg Post. I
'On I was l.ard pressed by wolves.
It's a terrible sensation. "
"I kno.v how It feeis. I used to open
the dining room doora at a summer
b all fne yoofl you nn.
Hy nil thr nunnt you '-an
hi rjfl ffie ti dis yon . on
A t 'ill tht fimri you run
'in nil the psoftls iou i-an.
A i i niy " " 9f "on - 'in
JOHN WMMLMY. '
Williamsburg BlUCCOBtS Hope
... . . . . . ...
i ikii iiirm a rC9! I hi i
He Broken Hereafter.
T'ip p.. II.
the chine, el-eel and
'''"'"" " WHIIsme I
,. . -- i.'.-o.. -in - 1 - 1 i
iet or three men they believe nr.. res- I
lie f a lany raise alarms ol lln I
SSnl I Ml! in- Itepibi'. of Panama, unless
l-'or seveisl weeks, usually on ' "I I . to of the two goietnmenls relSllfc "
01 rain) la, 1 irnra ivi I: is, nbautn, .,,.pp"p of being en-!
turned In ft nn sbonl Red ford a I g.(r.l in the "w : slave" traffic. Mil
Plushlng avi ittes, a dlstrtot f- tm- , biindiid fr.no p n-,r to poet fm4;
lee and frame tenement. months. 11.. is 1,, nt ;,,.id in the Wire'
.o,.,c, , , mull , f .. 1.' Kliisblne .,,n, immii Hlion ffi. 'als for anoUedi
""" ; JL1! ' '". ! ' ' k to Panama, where he I. a,'
o clock I ds morning when be saw thre'
men pull DM alarm ,t lle.lr.,.,1 an.l ""l ne .. I Is here
Dushlng svenuea and then run Into a nosenl.aum lived In New Tor SjSjfl
nskfhborlng doorway. I 1 '"' 1 'ban ten years. Last
Pour engines. t.. hook and I., d, it j July le went tn lanam. Se ret See
rompaniea, I Ilvag srpa, three j vice men there accused him of being
t-Slliilbui . Ill,' s :,i,,i m-p.iiv eir I
t.stigan answered the call
borhoisl proinptli twokr.
Conklla told Prdioeman bist of tne
nyillOr street itatlOn -' seeing the men
send In the sarin and pointed ihe
iloot-wti lu ah . h IhOy lib! Haul ruslV'd
up a ml SSOSSd s inati, Who later de
s. 'riled MmOSff us lohn Snutb. iwenii-
three rsars oi i. o No im Wallaboat
street. Two other men Jumped to Ihe
aid of Smith, and Hast got httsy allll
bis night Stick. The four were tlg'illng
all aval Ihe sidewalk when Hull, e mail
Wiggp. also of tie rivmer street sta
tion, went to Baal's .,1.1. Iti a f,-w mUs
tiles they had BUbdUSd llss three men
ami Deputy I'nief i.auguii ordsred them
taken f the station, where he person
aii prefon ed aaalnsl tin i
large al ,
vbihltltli: the i ode III reference to f.il
die alarms, Tlie ulh-r IWQ men said
i i, were Ton) TaassnolOi lhlrtyilva,
mi Mllo Llmnorgi twenty-four, also el
No i.'i Wallaboul sire, t
ON SUNDAYS IS
Brooklyn Sabbath Association
Bars It on Siaten Island as
( Irusade Starter.
Tin Brooklyn h.i ?.'.. t h AooooteUon
but ttVftOd n erUMdt UKeilnMi thr rfn!
Mtftto 0FITII Who run pOCtS. trnlnH tu
bOW Muimrlian lotl ft'iil ajmrl nontl
homo hunt on on Bunitoy
K. I) irurJ , rrMiii-Tit nf W. ( .
Roovoo a. Co., roolty tfooioco or Ko iti
Kuml "I a sn i ;htf'l mri'ff. v-. mi:v
monod hofort mmk i n t m i t Moon sir Btm
pltton( Mi i . tot runnlni on osourolon
to gVoi u m Hrlithlfls Tottonvlttto. He
obtoinod on o4journojioiil of nn- eooo
unit) . I ttii. I Ixi t wiw WArnod thai ho
must ''in "ft Im MourOtow bioh ue
)iui gVnnouncod fot tontMWTowa
"It Im tlif lliuMt t iiMitiMi, .il t rt In v I
VOI lifiril of" Mr Qrumtjr hmIiI t-ila.
"If t hi OOOOClotlOU Btopo 'til I ionic
huntitiK "ii Bundoyi !ti i-r oowt. f tha
pooplOi whi i hii'I ' off any OthOT doy
nf (ho WOOki Will 00 pivsnt"l ffOM
looking for hiouooo ani opoitnintOe
- i Jon1 now 'itivthlritf aliotit th
ntoton lolond piipooltlon. i told 'on in
D-url thw lh Mtototi lolond ,"ii n worf
,i iit of mutton hoodi lo ploy Into tn
tin th In if thr iiHf4-nl.itlini. Vli. I OOrt
i ,i tfokikiod f popplo down thoro oml
old 9?.i worl i r proporty. and
ooHMmtlni Isho poopla an to ototon ii
ond pooolhiutlotii ond noo i-hoy ut otv
tii'! noooi to oplto tholr fo n
i told tho n w woronN folng t tin r
'i.i town moroi t t: m t , onywoyi th
lntlu'iiiifn'.H in .Urm-i wir much UOt
lOTi himI th tt If t(i Niin l.itlori ktt'i't
thll up OJld Mil (fit), it'll ililvr all tit
h.(s:tii-hiinti-i a 0OIHIO0 tho rlvoiv Ho
iuii n coma bo '';' tho ' 'nltod
THE CHILDREN ENJOY
Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and
the enjoyment which thsy receive and the efforts which they make,
comes ths grsater part of that healthful development which is eo
esesntial to thsir happiness when grown. When a laxative Is
needed, ths remedy which is given to them to clsansa and sweeten
and strsngthsn ths internal organs on which it acts, should bo such
as physicians would sanction, bscause its componsnt parts are
known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from eyery
objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parent,
well informed, approve and, recommend and which the little ones
enjoy, bscsuss of its plsasant flavor, its gentle action and its bene
ficial offsets, is Syrup of Figs and Elisir of Senna and for the
ssms rsason it Is ths only laxative which should be used by the
fatfisrs and mothsrs.
If you would havs thsm grow to manhood and womanhood,
strong, hsalthy and happy, do not givs them medicines whsn
medicine are not needed, end whsn naturs rsquirss astistance in
the way of a laxative, give thsm only ths simple, plsasant and
gentle Syrup of Figs and Eiuur of Ssnna. A you value the
health of the little one, do not accept any of the ubutute which
unscrupulous dsalsrs somstimss offer to increase thsir profit.
Plsass to rsmembsr. ths full name of the Company California Fig
Syrup Co. is printed on the front of evsrv package. To get ita
bsntflcial offsets it is nscsssary to purchase the gsnuins only.
Buy a bottle today to have m ths houss whsn needed. Put
up in one sue only.
I fi.v- . .afsfl jaSasa, a bottle for sale xO aOjsasgr' i
I it . San Bal bv leadimr dour- AdBl gBH Sl I
I SI SBBBBBB BBBi M W SBBTBSSa I
mmmmmmm9 IM SSOBSJJSSSOJSI
Alleged White-Slaver Without
a Country Again Refused
' I'.o. i, . " I . haum, a real man wtth-
oui pmintry, la In port again, but
i-o 1 1 on-, 0 1 o a nit in seems HOO'llSO. i
to spend tun, , ,,f Ms life, nn a alee net
sue plying between the I'nlled MM tag
engigeil III dealina In white slaves.
Panama ordered b in depot ted. Pfdk
alis placed on tne ie4mhri I'ananSeV
and brought to New York.
Hi arrival In tils nor: h w ae
tirto'l MOT lo i ne .riitn gt.itl nil offl.'
plots, who placed him under bonde .Mi
aw nt in ., us ,,n "li-. drs-ra lie ninl
grsnl." lis appeal ft. le-rmi-sloa
to laud was refueeil, I bond recalledt
and Itosenbnuni crdered deported Its
He.' t he was put en board the steam
er Alliance and re'urned to rrletabnUa
ran. una I pop arrlial i he wag
artisi,.i . in" i-.i nn in,, oftl'-inle end)
I ice.l iii la I until tin- Advunre ealkeff
back lo tne r n i ted suites. rndoij
goal i Iip Was plac
I on il.e snip and
arrived to-day to
was again rt fuses)
til'lillKht ha-'k III'
the steerage, and
permission to land
$50,000 WILL DEPENDS I
ON PIN HOLDING PAPER
jlluslMiiJ ( :uiiii.'iiJN That Hi. Wild
Did Not lntenJ to Cut
Tlie eonieal over the will of Mra.
Man it lloiinh or It. xi- nib id. Hack
I ensai k, N J.. aas started in the
iirplian'a t'aurt before Judge remareaSt
yesterday. I'harles I.. Ilnu(l, husband
of the testatrix, was ent off with only
Il.tfM of an estate valued at ttai.OOO. The
halanee le to be equally divided among
Ine t.'hlldren'a Hume and the Old
Ladles' Home of Harkeneeck, Me
Kns'.ewood Hospital and the Kplsropal
and Reformed churrties of Bersenfleld.
Kx-8upreine Court Juatlr-a OUbert
,'oir.ns appeared for llmifli, and he
L-lalmsd that one or the tern sheet a of
fool a? paper on whfeB 'the Wilt eras
wren was substituted aftea' witness SO
had siKned the doeument.
A pin held the two sheets of paper
together, and the fa I that one page
li ml a ball or the seeiilld was written
Inside the margin, Willi the bottom half
Qf the si nd page written outside the
margin, forms the basis of the eonteet.
In 1 1 led
by i ii 1 1 In Pralt Home.
Irving, twenty-one, a plae
l.ong Island t'lty, was klUed
by a fall from a aeaffold In She
of John T Pratt, tbe wealthy
oil man at fllen Cove. I.. I. Several
men were a: work on a s afTold, about
eight feet from tbe floor, when Irvine
lost his halanee and fell off, striking
his bend on tl'.e moaale Moor. Dr.
v Rtlmund said tin- man's skull was
and for sals