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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
CHEERS IN DUBLIN
New Commandments for Husbands Needed
WINS HER SHAR
FOR GEORGE V. BUT
City Corporation ffas Its Way
and Lord Mayor Fails to Pre
sent Address of Greeting.
KING MAKES ADDRESS.
Hastened Visit to Irish People
to Whose Welfare His Inter
est Is Deep, Says Ruler.
Onnilir, July .-OOnit "Vorr and
Qaeou Mary nt f--t on irlah soil at
tJI A. M. to-4av when thev lender I
from the royal yacht Victoria and Al
mt, at Victoria Whsrf. Klna-stown.
acaM MM hearty cheers of a vast crowd
iwl the thunderous salute of the home
fleet outlMa the harbor. With the King
and Quaen wore the Prinze of tVales,
Prtnoeaa Mary, the THiKe of ('onnauflit
nd a brilliant staff.
Vo official rlvlr irelrnme to Ireland i
greeted Their Majesties. Aa they map
pad ashore at the "vharf. where u cruar l
of honor had been drawn up. Viceroy
TvOrd Aberdeen, the Conntea of Aber
deen, Irlah Secretary Dlrrell. Sir N'a--IHe
Liyttleton. the hWh aherlfT of Dub
lin, and many other appointed offlel.ile
attended a formal welcome, but not a
single elected civil official waa present
hi hla official capacity.
The heartiness with which tha King
and Queen were oheered by the Ira
mense crowd which had fathered In a
measure made up for the lack of offl
i (al clvlo welcome.
Ijoed, Mayor Farrell, whose Ineleten e
upon welcoming Their Majesties In the
name of the olty resulted In such a
row la the Olty Corporation that the
.ounoU has taken etepe to remove the
Mayor, did not appear. It la under
stood that he waa advised that his at
titude was embarrassing to the King
nd Qneen. The Kingstown Urban Dls
i riot Council waa the only civic body
nlch greeted Tlfelr Majesties. They
saured the King and Queen of Ire-
,.nd's loyslty. to which the King made
a abort response.
The Sing's reply, In whloh he eeidi
"X and the Queen hastened otu- vlalt
to the Irish people In whose welfare
oar later est la deep and abiding," had
the effect of establishing an Immedi
ate friendship between Their Kajestlea
and the men lining the street.
The entry Into Dublin was Informal.
receded by Vfcdettea of the Royal Irlah
i nnltabalory and escorted by a de
tachment of the Fifth lloyal Irish Lan
. erg the royal party war driven to
t Monkstown Ohunh anrt at Balls
lltidge addresses were presented by
,1 reception OommltteOB, but again
era was ah entire absence of cltrle
i i other ropresantatlTi ofiu iais.
i'lor luncheon tiie King and his
irte left the castle and opened the
lloyal I'ollBgii of Science. laier he
ted Trinity College, wtii ru he re
ived n ti add real of welcome from the!
liinn Kreedo.n, one of the local papers, I
i idrpsaliix the King in its columns to-
lay, ayN he probably will conclude
l orn the decorations, flags and cheering
in his honor, that tlio Irish really are
rnthualasll about his visit, and con-
The coiiclueion will be wrong. You
ail) not sen the Irish people, but duped
i htldren, ill police and your own gar
'. ieon with a sprinkling of the or who
come from wretched tenement with the
e imn curiosity displayed at a menag
erie." The attitude cif the people in well m
presied by I banner stretched outside
the City Council hall at Pembroke, a
suburb of tho capital, which refused to
p.-eaent an official address to the King
reading: "Welcome. We want home
V.ie city had been decorated hy'.i non-
BoMttonl oomtnlttee which was r-upport-
KJ by cltlzors. The NatlonnliMs adopt
ed a passively friendly attitude, hut
did not participate in the official, re
eptlonr and did not Interfere with
them. Thr. decorated their premlsee
always, however, with the Irish Hair.
If more than one flag was shown the
peoond was the American emblem, so
there woe a liberal display of the Stars
and Htrlpet In the general decoration
titere was a discreet Inter mingling of
orange end green.
The occasion was made a holiday anl
the streets were crowded with people
vht had come to seo what to them was
an Interesting pageant Students from
Trinity College gathered In force on Col
lege Oreen and gave The.:' Majesties an
enthusiastic welconu The threatened
country demonHtratiou did not material
ire. The majority of those who looked
on did not so much as raise their hn!s at
the approach of the Imperial ones, and
as soon es the procession had passed
the crowd walked quietly away.
The opponents of his plan to present
an address to the Kin-,- took effective
tops to prevent Lord Mayor Parrel
and his friends occupying the Hand
on Leesou Street Bridge at the bound,
ary of the city by plentifully daubing
the stand with fresh pain'. It was
there that Karrnll had proposed to 7. re
sent his welcome
The police kept ejulett:' in the baalf
ground, the soldiers doing the work or
dinarily intrusted to the police fores,
There wgl little Of this work to he lone,
os order retimed evervw nei c
THIS GIRL A MODEL PUPIL
CH1CAQO, July l.-ltflucatlono1 au
tMrltlai ' .. .': v believe u.; the
chools of that c.y ' boast of the
moat regular and ' '' P"nU in
TTnlted Htotea The Clrl ihey put for
ward for honofi U l.lhel Mary Illcke.
now In 'er laet year at the township
In the twelve lean of her- attendance
at the P'.iV! school, Miss HlolU nev.
has been a'-'Sent or t:udy Hid lias al
ways stood high In her classes, but has
not neglected athletics Hhe Is consid
ered one Of the bogt developed girla In
the school. On Bavaral occasions when
sia had met with Injuries In gym
nasium or on the athletic Held, Miss
II , hobbled to schc-ol on crutohta.
Idea Underlying Every Happy Marriage Is That Each
Member of the Partnership Periorms Every Possible
Service for the Other, Asserts Novelist.
Compiles New Version of the Mosaic Law to Fit Men, as
Companion to Georgette Le Blanc's Ten Command
ments for the Guidance of Married I i omen.
NEW ' TEN COMMANDMENTS '
FOR HUSBANDS AND WIVES.
By QeorgeMe Le Blanc.
X. Sever allow hirelings to tend
poor haaband In what concerns hie
XI. tee that hla clothes are ready
eeoh dap and befitting the season
of the poor.
III. Assume the qualities of a
barometer that you may foreaee the
electric disturbances Thloh siait
XT. When pour husband le in a
bad tamper dont develop similar
symptoms, but when be la merry
Imitate him unfailingly.
T. Dont fondle him before meal
time klaaea to a hungry man are
as soap bubblee to a parched throat.
VI. Uae your tongue only In
ogrssment; disapproval le beat ex
pressed with the eyes.
YXX. If your hneband hoe the gout
don't Insist on waiutng.
TXS. If yon wish to convlnoe him
that yon are a better actress than
Bernhardt and a sprlghtller dancer
than Vavlowa, ahow him that you
ore a better oook than aseofler.
XX. A wife's duties ore, among
others, to smooth over domestic tiffs
a saan never admits he la In the
wrong to attend to the household
finanoes and to have an eye for
the week after nest.
x. Xtnally, never loae eight of the
fact. In making all these edifices,
that. If man supports the family,
woman la hla superior In for mors
ways than hs Is here.
Ilv Margnrritr fooertl Marshall.
Mme. Georgette T.e Blanc, who Is the
wife of Maurice Maeterlinck, the dra
matist, and herself a famous actress,
has compiled a new version of the Mo
saic tw In ten commandments to
wlvea. Undoubtedly the average man
will set the teal of hU approval on this
recipe for the produ-tlon of Patient
Orlselda up to date. But what about
the average woman? Will she not
rromptly protest that man. too, needs
a Mosaic Law of Marriage?
Acting 0:1 this principle, that what
Is sauce for the goose Is also tabasco
for the gander. I yesterday asked Mrs.
Wilson Woodrow. the well known nov
elist, to give me ten commandments for
husbands, and she did.
"Madame Maeterlln. k'H first command
ment In regard to a wife's caring for
her husband' bodily welfare seems to
m Ju' one smull part of a great mu
tual truth." said Mrs. Woodrow. "I
have tried to ftato one side of that
truth In my first provl Ion.
"It aeema to me that thi ldsa
underlying every -appy : a triage Is
just that each member of the part
nership performs every possible
service -or the other.
"Of course the husband who only
earni moaev for Ms wife and forces her
to seek other people for l.er enjoyment
of It Is treating her mosi unfairly.
"If It is a wifely duty to ley out'
ehlits and socks tor the lord of the
manor, tlie Utter uld certainly take
the time and trouble to pay a compli
ment to liiladt'a nW frock. It Is ex
asperating when man never notices
Die difference between lasl year's wrap
per and tbla ssaeon'a neweft in walking
CAN'T EXPECT ANYBODY TO BE
"I think It's nonsene to expect any
body 10 be a humiui baromater. Mental
moodn and tenses .an never be reduced
to a tlxed, Invariable conjugation. Tho
most one can enpeot from ones hua-
bnd--or one's wife-Is a unlet, tolerant
understand nil of the OOOOSIOhal havoc
Wrought by tight-strung nerves and dt
"How do ou distinguish itWeM the
two ort of olieerfulnees you mantle
in Conunandmant IV.?" 1 ai
"You khow, responded Mrs. Wold
row, 'livery woman knows. If your
shoes are tight and your head aches,
you don't want some one to trip about
natantatioualy whittling. On the other
aand. 11 he brings you so:ii" roses and
Stye, 'Poor girl, you'll feel better to- I
morrow.' you do feel better right off.
"There Is a time for all things.
Including klaaea, but if a man
should not be earesscu v. uen he la
hungry, neither aho.tld a woman
lack oareaaea after rji.e a as bsee
married a year or two.
"A man Is to.) ..p: to 'ion his nTe
tlona.e courtesy toward his v ' along
with hi all dressing gown when com
pony is pre '
"it may be true, n Madame -c - .
'.Inch aeserla, that .. laeh .ilaaye v
scnts ve.bR'. 01SOgl 'Lent. Uu: : do
not think t ' me :e:n wife InaUtg
on nor hit-' u i' absolute conformance
with all her Ideas. Only ahe thin n ha
should pay htf tb CO mail ent of ta :
ing them seriously.
"On the other band, If a titan marr as
'n sweet, pretty Utile thing, without
ideas, but with 1 fine f ind of affection,
llt'i rather like breaking a butterfly to
el1 pent bar lo be logical. Una she iid no!
be forced 10 vtand on bar own .un:ai
feat, any more than the gouty butbanfl
should bo asked to Join : Walking club,
DOESN'T BELIEVE COOKING; 13
"Madame afoeleiillioll ring; the
changes on tha old aaw that the way
to a men's naaii la through his stom-
a-h. I don't belle.. It inyielf, because
I think men .ire finer llinn that. I don't
believe that the wifely requisite of llrst
Importance Is being a good cook. But
I know that every woman asks first that
her husband be a good liver.
"The particular virtues that I have
as tor Wives, Says Mrs.
- - - -r -rmnnj ti tAwvfo
By Mrs. Wilton Woodrow.
X. Xfever allow any one to be more
Important to your wife's comfort
end amaeement than you yourself.
XX. Xfotlce her clothes at least
once or twice a season. Instead of
only noticing the bills.
XXX. Though you cannot foresse
your wife's moods, and parhapa can
not always sympathise with them,
try to understand and be silent.
XT. When she le cross be con
eollngly but not provoklngly cheer
. Don't nan her "my dear" when
there are guests et dinner and "yuh
all the rest of ths time.
TI. Disagree with her opinions If
you like, but dont make fun of
TXX. If your wife has a heart to
the esoluelon of a brain, don't ex
pect her to think with the former.
XXI. If von with to convince her
that you are a good htieband ahow
her that you e-UU continue to be a
XX. A husband's dntlse lnolude
willingness to go half way In any
reconciliation a self - respecting
woman cannot abase herself utterly
consideration for ths fact that his
wife Is a weaker physical organism
and recognition of her possible men
tal equality or even supremacy.
X. Bemember that you are not
your wife's servant, nor aha yours,
but that you're both on tha equal
plane of perfect, harmonious friend
ship. picked out. among the many the Ideal
husband p,,sesses. 'lardlv seem to need
explanatory comment. It always takes
two fo mjkl a quarrel, and It isn't fair
Tor the wife to be the only one to sav
rrglve me.' A woman is nearly al
ways physically weaker than a man
and when one Isn't well and strong one
Is likely to he unreasonable. On the
other hand, the modern woman miv
very easily have better brains than tha
man she marries.
"Aa for Madame Mneterlinck's last
commandment, I am rather tired of
all this talk about the 'superiority' of
either husband or wife. Each is In'
some ways different from the other, that
la all. And the very fact of their mar
rlaga Is an emphasis, not .n these dif
ferences, but on their essent al likeness.
I their friendly community."
CURED BY YANKEE
Physician Tells of Funny In
cident W hen Staid Matrons
Dr. Ralph Qroce of No Fas- Fifty
fourth atree', who returned from v;u
r ipe 'o-dav on the Amer.kn. hod a
story to tell about how his American
fii st-ald-to-the nllnpred r eauscltaf Ion
m thode vhockeil an Fngllsh rrnwd In
Si. .lamer' Park on Coronation day.
"Four o- fh-, paths conyer-d a: a
little bridge over a pond," said the doc
tor, "and there was an awful jam aa
the crowds rushed across Somobody
J ellnd out thai the bridge was giving
way and this caused such a scare that
about twentv-flie women fainted. There
were plenty of purees and ambulances
about but no doctors, so I volunteered
"Now our treatment over here In such
cases is to elevate the patient's feet
higher than the head so as to cause n
rush of blood to the head, and I direct' 1
tho 'bobbies' fo -lear a rpacc and then,
with the nurses' aid, 1 wont to work.
"There was a pretty steep embank
ment leading down to the wafer and 1
simply held the fainting women out
along this In rows. i 1 1 1 1 their feet up.
If was the weirdest slifiit you can Im
agine and so combust that il changed the
situation from one of fear and panic to
a humorous one. Some of the husbands
objected and the nurses protested and
the 'bobbies' were doubtful for u lime,
because it hadn't ever been done In i
England, v'krow, hut they saw how '
wall it nrorhed au'l let me alone
' Hut the funnleal thing were tlie ex-
preaalona f aoma of 'hose staid Brttlah
natrons w lieu they runie to and found
Uielr heels 'way up over their heads."
Oaorga Sylvester Vterook, who was
u' over as an exchange poet to Hr
ninny, returned on the Amerlka from
Berlin, where lie delivered aeveral lec
tures on atnarloan poetry.
"They dldn : think In uarmany that1
glare area an American poetry," soldi
Mr. Vlarack, 'hu 1 eon vi n ad ihem iiiat
tnere wo-, gnd "w there Is quite an
interest In It in Uermnny. As a matter I
of fart, our poetr y Is nor 11s distinct a I
school ss fist of many otner nations- i
It la-'ks paaalon for one "una but In
time It alH leu air" a nut. ma charac
ter." Julius p, Mayor, aaalatani general
manager of the Hamburg-American ine,
returned rrom a pleasure trip and an
nounoad thai hla company win build a
I alitor ihlp to Uia rnperator, now near
iing eompietlon, and whi-h la n;; fet
' long, about fifty foot longer than the
One Hi, lull, np
Fi'oi rai iiatralt ibai Pees 1
"Ta i; ugrd T-1 1 a tyuthiult11
"I ahoiihl say it la. Hi 11 1, 1" think I'd
do fairly Weill In that line If folks
weren't atwayn aatftng wis tapej my
garden la getting along."
WRONG SIDE UP
HIGHEST COURT CHAUFFEUR WON'T !
Appellate Division Upholds
Fire Department Hdict and
Managers Must Obey.
The Appellate Division of the gu
preme Court has ununlmoiislv untv-kl
the decision of the Appellate term,
which decided that "ltis; Tim" Hulii-
van's Dewey Theatre In Kast Four-
teenth street, violated the fire laws of
this cltv by permitting standees. The
decision Is of fni-re.achtno: Importance
to all pin 'es of
pln-es of amusement In New I
York, as It means that only two then
ties is this city are exempt from the
provisions of the charter giving the
Fire Commissioner authority to pro
hibit standees. The Metropolitan Opera
House and Academy nf Music are ex
empt, as they have outside foyers.
The ruling of the court means that no
person Is to be permitted to stand In tho
a'.sle or the .-pace behind the orcheatra
seats In any theatre, lly the Court'a
ruling It Is also decided that If a mil-
nun u, a incrtre pei ours a siano.ee no i
is ilable to the penalty of MO, and f a
fireman on duty In the theatre notlfloa ;
11 mafiagrr that there is auch a stohde
and the manager do. s not remove him.
tho manager la liable for an additional
penalty of Ion
The Dewey Theatre see la the first
one to reach 'he Appellate Division, and
Is taken by Assistant Corporation Coun
sel William J. Millard, who proaoouted
It, to be the firs- opinion of the higher
OOUrl definite!) deciding tne meaning ..f
Section to; of tiie charter relating to
fire protection in theatres. I'rm rage
cannot bo appealed farther Unlagg the
Appellate Ha slon decides then, la a
queatlon of law to he decided, vhloh Mr
Millard doee not think POWlbls.
Proceed I tin a were InatltUtOd agalns'
the Henfv Theatre last Ma- lo collect
tc.e penalty of J.MI Tl ,;,, ,;,
1 efore Judge Lynn In Municipal Court
end he decided against the elty. Mr.
Mlilard appealed to the Appellate Tonn.
and the three Justboa aittlng unanl-
inoualy ravaroad me daolalon The own
oia at on appealed m Vppellatii
uiviaion, wnicn noa iuat rendered
During the pt two months Mr. Mill- '
ard has prose 11 ted and Obtained Judg
ments against I fin moving p! turn tlo -i.trea
for violating tho Are law permit- I
TAFT PASSEfoUTTO SEA -WITH
CresiJent Off on Mayflower With
Uiiests for Two Days' Cruise
Along the ( ns(.
PMIIsADBL PffJA, July s -The (Jov
ernnien' yacht Mayflow r, with Presi
dent Tatt and his Senatorial party on
board, which iett the Philadelphia Navy
York .c midnight, an : ,rl for the
night In the Dais ware 1; off Tnomp
hoii'k Point, N. J., about eleven miles
below tula cty. At 7 A M. tha May
flower weighed nAi -or una pyooaodad
down tl " rlvai pooalng out to aaa at
noun, rhi ya bt ay ill aalJ down the
OOOgt to 'a. Virginia 1 a;..-, and tlien
up Cboaaneaka Bay. The Mayflower
due In Washington on M rnlay
IIIUMi-V-HAM. England. July .-,Io-serih
Chamberlain ealehrtttad hra aev-
etny-fi'tn blrthdo) a; 1 1- hotraa, Higb-
bur. to-lay The veteran statesman
was the re.iple:it of a., : ! wide un-
STatulatlona. Hla heaitn Is fHlrly good.
I the Improvement notod upon hi, return
tram the lUvloie being maintained,
TELL WHO SHARED
So He Is Fined for Intoxica
tion and Held for Trial on
nefusInK to reveal the Identity of
the mnn and wiiihii who were In the
j automobile with tilth durlnir his wil t
ftga through Harlem last night Chanf
f,.ur Charles Orhlhrnis. thrty-four yesre
0f age, of No. 2174 Aqueduct avenue,
I was fined r. for Intoxication and held
I )n r,oo for trlnl on n cbarse of speed-
tna. when he was arralgnad before Mag-
letrato Herman In tha Harlem Court
QOhlhaua was ajhaeed by two motor
cycle policemen, while the unknown
man and woman urged him ta let his
car eut to the limit, and It waa not
until tha pOlloemen drew their revolv
ers and threatened to shoot that lie
came to a stop.
it waa a mad hase while It laaled,
and more than one man and woman
escaped by a little margin us the ca-
reenlng car sw ung corners.
iiehlhaus went by Polloantgn Horn of
the motorcycle aquad Ilk. a Vamlerbiit
Cup wanner as the policeman stood lean
ing again it his wheel at Seventh nvonue
, and One Hundred ami Sixteenth street.
' Instantly the policeman gave cliaae.
The man and ivoimn urged tho chauf
feur on. Down St. Nicholas avenue t lie
car raced. I- swung Into one Hundred
and Tenth street on two wheels and un
to Fifth avenue, where it made another
halt -raising turn up tlie avenue for a
i block, and doubled bad trough One
; Hundred and bileventh street.
Policeman Uumbert, uisi n motor
cycle man, hearing llorn'i ahlatla, got 1
Into tlie game, and at UfnOP avenue j
was abreast of the auto Ilia revolver I
was In hla hand
"Now, atop," he ordoradi "or I il
Horn came up on the ot ier aide at i
about the aoma tlmo and 'Jelilhaus !
slopped. Ti e man and woman in tho
sllupc. out and disappeared. Thai
' policemen say tne ai was running ar
llfty miles an hour.
CHASE NOT BLAME.
goes Yorker, Whose into It 11 linen
French l.lrl. I'loncrateO.
toi l, y ranee, July y Tha author! tlea
eoncluiled to day Inst tiiere was no
blame to atta-li to Mr l.u len I'hii,
of New York, wnose automobile ran
down and injured I ten vear-old irl .n
the village of Hay S i.m Item yester
day. With My, ''hase at the time aaa '.:s
a-lfe. Tliev took I ha :rij ,rel gin to th
hospital In the gajto, and the phgalolan
found tier leg broken ami s.n, had les
Injurlea. Mr. Chase haNI lie would nie-t
all the expenses of trie boa pita treat
ment, although It is agreed big chauf
feur was not ar fault
Tlie po.lre Inves'lgj'e I tlie aci-tdent
mid parmltrad the Chaaag to pr weeu on
HUla 'or Ma b I oi l. ers.
A spe -lal a ogramnie ..as i.een ar
ranged for tno early miss at 8t. Anna-
v.-'h hurch, Dunne atraat and City
Kail Place, to-morrow 11. -rlur.g. Iba.dee
it.-: .- ndarlng of bs Has te's we.; kr.uwn
11. iss lor male vatces, two violin solos,
a. go," bj llaendal, ar.d "Angela Ser
et. 1... . oy ' iiiuga, win ne pei-rortnea
! itcrtram A. Patera. 1 lie lie.
Evert will Le tae celebrant.
In the Limelight
(F1001 the I'ltutium raet-i
"Ail the woC.a'a a etage "
1 "Yea. and we all want to do s moae
SCENTED BY BENT
BEFORE THE 4TH
VteiM tollman Introduced a I
Resolution That Would I lave
D( )PTED BY ALDERMEN.
Then the Resolution Was Re
scinded and By a Two
to One Vote
vire chairman Frederics P Banl al
the Hoard of Aldermen announoad '"
day that he had smeiied grafl In the
contracts for the 1'oiirth of July fire
works bought by t 1a 1 It for display In
Mdermsnl ' . 1; ts ion before the
elebratloti In witness thereof he DTO
.laced the minu'.es of the Hoard of Al
dcrmon for .tunc .. il a read as fol
lows By the Vlce-Chalt tnsn
whern, COthntalnt hn neen msde
In the past relative to the amount
and Quality "f Itreworkr furnished
by . otstyaetora in eonnaotlon trtfti
municipal . elebratlons, and
Whereas. Some action who lid be
taken t. thll Board to Insure the
hest quality and value of such sup
plies in connection with u,e comhxg
Independen e nay celbratlon. H ere
fore, be It
llesolved. That Alderman Mars
be and he Is hereby directed to
notify such contractors as may have
leen awarded contracts 01 to he
hereaftet awarded contracts for
supplies on Julv 4. 1911. to furnish
each Alderman In .harge of the
celebration In his Aldermanlc dis
trict with a duplicate invoice s low
ing the amount of supplies furnished
snd tne prices charged therefor
W hich was adopted
THEN THE ALDERMEN R E CON
SIDERED THEIR ACTION.
Subse'iuently AMormnti Walsh
moved that the vote by which the
above resolution nejg adopted be re-
oonaldorodc ffThloh motion was
Aldoroaan Iovltng then moved tha'
the resolution be referred to the
gpecial Conunlttaa on Kourth of juit
Tlie VIce-Chalrman called alder
man Cornell to the Choir
The Chairman pro tern put the
question whether the Hoard woubl
agree with said motion or Alderman
Howling, Bhteti ansa decided in the
Aflrtnatltre by the foii.iwinu vote:
Afflrniailve: AldOflUOfi Halilwln.
Brady, Brttah, Callaghoa, cola, Cun
ningham, curnui, Doloay, naajiiund.
niemer. Dowllng, a gi, rtraaohat.
Dttjat, I'agau. Flnley. Flnnlaau,
Harmon, llefferam, lllckot'. Kenny,
Levlne, Looa, MeConn, Marx, Nu
gent, Heard Itnff, ghoridan, Smith,
BtaplOtOn Walali, W'en.lel, White,
wniard, Praalrtante fjraaaai . by Wal
ler 11 Bunn, htoAnony at
Negative: Aldermen Howies.
Campbell, Davis, Dottier, Downing,
Hlohom, Kstarbrtiok, Uodwin. Hamil
ton, llertist. Morrison, NtOOlL .Ship
ley, Valkmonn, vn Noatraiid, Wes
ton and the VIce-Chalrman 17.
At this point tha 'ire-Chairman
renin! the chair
BENT 8AV8 MARX GOT WALSH
TO HELP KILL RESOLUTION.
Alderman Bent aald that she aenttaai,
10 rarer hia resolution Sfhlsh would 1
tinve killed the possibility of graft was
Introduced by Alderman waiah at thai
Instance of Alderman Mar x, who aa a
member of the aub-commlttaa on fire-j
works mad all the negotiations with'
the flieivoiks coiiiranles Alderman1
Walsii whs tnsn it mombor of the sub
committee. Commissioner of Accounts Foadlcg
extended the scop,, of ma Investigation
to-day to flnd out l ist what arguments
were used on the members of the Hoard,
and b) Whom, to cause the Hent motion
to be smothered.
"I urn too ungry nrver 'his nrewnrks
tiling to tk abOUl If wisely," eald Al
derman Hent to-day "It is ih mean
est, aneaklngeel piece of pornh-eltmblng I
robbery of (ho poor that I have ever I
known I wisli the reporter., w ould put I
any word" In my mouth they pleaee
along tha' line. I'm mad nil over '
Trenton Maria In , est lantlon nt
Klrenorks Mcnndal. -
Sieml tu The aHaalag Worl.n
TWCNTON, N J . July Aroused by ;
the New Vork fireworks aoondal .1 h
1 a oiamor nere over an alleged
In last veer's fourth of July
and a poor exiilbltion tills year, the i
Common Council of this City has adopted
a resolution ordering an lnvestlK.it ! 1.1
as to whether or not the I'nlted File
works Company has llyed up to in ion
tracts with t hla city.
The United Fireworks Company is the
same concern thet Is Involved In the
New York transactions In presenting
ids resolution to Counatl Majority Leader
Kafes lead a telegram from tlie Intei-
natlonal Fireworks compeny. aayiag
that it had furn',h-d last year's suppl,
for this ctty, 'hroaifh the I'nited Qotn
panv. for ITU", mat it and agread to psv
the company I1 per cent commlaalon
for getting tbeaOrdei "'id that the Mil
bad never been pu'd
For last year's dlaplay 1,M was psld
to ths tlnltod Company, or nrftloh
amount the alt appropriated Moo and
tiie people itgha rtbad MeW
Mr. Kafes .b dared tiiat I' 1,MQ had
j be. , paid (ay trot! worth of fireworks.
after the gtgttufoeturera had paid 1
' coin 11. salon for tne order, tin- clt and
tire people n.id besa awlndll 1
HOT WAVeTn FRANCE.
Wt. rat I oniitr IIm nttrrmti In
1 I . a rn
f mil J 'iy 1 .TrtnM r.fT-tn
roni h-ait wtiv mirft IntiAeM than
tht ciiiintry hti iiirt.-.cMa-t inc i8t.
T '-! thA AtmotphsnT in th thftle
wi asllfhtiy above SO, wit a humid,
'.-. , vm atmnaphara Sonu proatra
1 mi aaa tma taaU. ravHtad la UAm alCr.
Mrs. W allace, by ( ,ourl Ruling,
dots Pari ol $33,000
Yearly for Support
B) a decision o' Juatlre
t IS Supreme COttft, Mrs I a
Isce, wife of Allen V all 1 e. in Ineon
peten' bv a decision nf the gupfsase
Court, has won two big ntesrs whlet
devclopel upon the filing Of the will
of the late .tolm Walla' e. 1 1 , ggggjl
merchant, who lef, an ear ite ..f some
The elder Walla -e died seeral eare
ago. and In his "ill left the InOOgM of
$:.V'.in for bis s.i ,, Alb n. When t ia lal
ter died the pr.a gi.il w as to g. to sr
in' relsllvea, and finally was t.. hi t"
t;.e cathedral of g John tha tihflne,
V.ning Wallere 1 ,u married and ha 1
c illdren I'nder the tenp the wall
Mrs. Frances Wallace, his wife, w
it off from p.irth Ipating In the lOjcHMtei
and M, g part. ivere the ehUdfOh
Mrs I ranees Wallace then begun a
fight for h'r rights and to-dav s de
cision fr'; of iiei trie lacy. She and her
OhNdfwn will' now share in ttl.nto pot
war In. ome that has I een given to the
On iuonnt ' the obstacles put In
the aaj of Mrs Wallace by the terms
of the rider Wallace's will she was .11111
pelted lo engage many lawyers and.
after a successful rompa onilse was ef
feted with the iieirs. Battle A Mai-'
B hall, who had 1 liarge of the rase, it
its OOnelUalOn BUI In .1 bill for servl s
that footed up to l'7,.nnn
Ilv the terms of Just', r Cohalan's de-cl'-lon
It be,-ajiiii known that Mrs.
Wallace gained another victory In this
matter. The lawyers, according to Jus
tice Colialan. have rompromlsed their
latin for tAOOn
In his decision .liiatl e Cnhalan saye:
"ApplU'allon for an order authoris
ing the committee of an Incompetent
to expend and nv out of a trust fund
the sum of IM.mio pal annum for thi
support of an tneotnpstaal and his fam
ily. The InoonaPOtanl received tlie In
come of JTNi.non under the will of hla
father, but no provision WOI made for
his fafnlly. The trustee under the
will, the Partners Loan and Trust Com
pany, and the surety mi th" cntiimlttee's
bond hay mscntcd to tlie application.
Since the making of this motion an ap
plication to Intervene herein was undo
on behalf of Battle a Marshall, herenat
attorneys of the OOtUOBtitOa of the In
competent, Who made a claim for ser
1 vices rendered In I lie case of Frances
, La Wallace et al as committee, plalu
I tiffs against Virginia I' BOOOSJ et al.,
dcfenilanls. This claim has now been
seliied satisfactorily between the par
ties for vsi.fssi Tnera boioj no oppo
eltloii, the BKttlOn Is granted."
FOUND IN OAZE ON STREET.
Ynnss Dull With ail.tMMI In Hank
As Abraham Schneider of o. 1711
Lincoln plaee, Hrooklyn, was leaving
home for work lo-day he noticed a well
dressed young men s'ailng stupidly at
the front of bis i-e The strange!
failed, to respond to uucstloiis which
Schneider put to him and looked at the
latter 'ti such B blank and exprcmlon
less manner ifiut tb- hottioholdor
marched him around to the Ur iwnsvllie
! ..... ,1m TM!M n : 1 1 : 1 . I 7. I
bend what was aald to him. Bf Koyes
of St Mary's Roapltal, M was gum-
moMiMi, naid b atppfMrad tn bt suffering I
from a form of Insantrv known aa 1
kntK'nnla. whirli bt 'I'" Ilibtd h a :
variation of imrt'"! Ttlt IVMJI VM itHi
It the Klntfn County Hoaplttl for oh- ;
In lit plMdlttl a aft f.iurt.l a bank book
bowing dtpotltl ATiiountlnK to $:,)"W in
thf Ctttttnt Hunk In tbn nam" of
Abr.thstm Itqyltb, n gold rUUI tod aVMUl
Mi- r.tntTnrr f iMrirlnic Moim
bank. fr Iht W"k (flvr dsiyt, lnnu'-t.
to-day. ihOWl tbftl tbn bank tioM $tb,.
Illatlfl inort thftii tbt rtciulraintiiii of
Iht 16 ptr Otnt rtJUTvn rulf Thin im
rt dtcrtttfl of 7.6lltt00 in h pro.or
tl'iiati raab ifHfi v un i umpir'fj with
Ber thri grni i
must btf the beat.
Down round th
Horn, in sailing
ahipa, the good ba. -ley
grain comeaf rotr
the Pacific coaat.
S. Liehme.'..! s Son, brew
K h e i n ii I d B 0 01 i
Brooklyn vititoii I I
come. One rase, 21
liottlea, )1 in Ureeter
JCjalW. m "
easnatjj gary '
DOUBLE GLAD TO
GET BACK HOME
Miss ! Same Name
Looks W as Pursued
n Over Europe,
v den nf aoman ho waa
Mated ani'.ng the pi Igera returning
to-.lsi "tl till- II I I. 1 American liner
Amettks a- Mis- Pauline Arnold'
ara 1 vary amharaaaajd when a
group of ship new- iep,,rtera OP
proa he I her an. I ake.l ,f she were re
lated t rjejrolay Arnold
I am Dorothy Arnold." she a-
quleilv and tlien haahfUlll an itched and
enjoyed the sensation he. words created
' Hut 'nit no- tie' begin one of th
"No, hot the DeaOlhy Arn.dl." atie
anawac ad, "and non i ml fgt home 1
hope I won 1 le bnthered BtlP more
w ith that qnoatton, I ve be, n aeke l
b all oyer Kurope toe over six nion'b,
and nn pallet naarfy none. Tha
nlii I'm on the h-l as Paulina Arnold "
".he i Oorolhi Tr,..i 1 Arnold, dgngfi
ter of Benjamin w. Arnold of a '.ban .
and not 'related in any wav to the
missing DOroth ra-.l.l ' put In he
that, who returned .with her and a
frtaad. Mies I ai ,f lef a long loin
of tho Continent "WO were over
Itfeie ju.-t w .ien t .e iiu.lahiloo aba .;
the other Dorothy Arnold starte) ove.
here and as my daughter la abOUl t e
seme age and -I., not uBiIhe tlie nes
paper pi an. we were pursued aril
qnaatlonod and tralletl from city lo
city Hut I gue It'll end now and I'm
mighty glad of It."
Mi. Arnold was at the pier to me"
hla wife mid daughter snd said ha
would take I ham Immediately home 1 1
Albany 1" escape further questioning.
"Thr flowdn that BlOOM
In 'h" prlagj lr la.
Rftvlni noihinf to
It bobta -nrb n friinir
Of comfort and plMiiir
A noWtr oiild
Tell your wife about them
She is naturally a
better judge of soup
than you are. She will
appreciate the plain
facts better than any
man can. Call her
attention to what we
Point out how
satisfactory and whole
some they are; how well
suited to every occasion ;
and how they relieve her
of needless bother and
fuss. Ask her to prov
all this for herself.
And vou'U both be glad
21 kinds lOetacan
.hint add hot u xtm
bring to a lioil,
t'smnen N J
Look for the
ggggnpdl HAIR BALSAM ,
KB I'liem 4l bstlftn u hair
lew eW eSS pmM(t Issurlsnl fruwth
ranr ana nr rsiis to inhk orsT
RQfT. -dSSI Uslr to its YouUird Color.
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