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TMI 1V1KINO WOULD, IATUIDAY, J A hi U A K Y 11, 1J13.
HOW GEORGE F. BAKER GOT BANK
FOR $500,000; MADE $86,000,000
TheNotionof Buying Firat
Notional Prompted by
thm Approval of a Bad
Crodit Granted to Jay
Cooke in 1872, Three
Day Before Jay Cooke
4 Co. Failed.
HE BOUGHT THE BANK
TO SAVE HIMSELF.
Hie Purchasing Leverage
Was Hie Per euative,
Suave Manner and Hi
Chitted Steel Self-Confidence,
Never Deserted Him.
THE FIRST PRINCIPLE
OF BANKING IS CREDIT.
People do not want fact. Thej
do sot want m Hit of eocurltt
The fundamental principle of
banking It credit. People ibould
Bare conlldcnce In tboae to whom
tber Intrust tbelr aflalra.
OKORCB P. RAKER,
Before Concreea Committee.
Tbla la the aame (roorge T. Baker
wto became tbe rulli.g power of the
Pint National Bank of Now York by
approrlog a bad credit granted to
Jay Cooke back In 1X72. For tbla ho
waa In danger, aa caahler, of dlamte
aal. In more vulgar tonne, George
P. Baker, now the head of (he moat
spectacularly profitable financial In
alltutlon In tbe world paat or proo
fut. not excepting "620 Per Cent."
si liter's leea fortunate Franklin ayn
dlcate waa on tbe ragged edge of
being canued by bla boat for a bad
What did Oeorga P. Baker do. know
ing then, undoubtedly, aa wall ae be
doe now that "the fundamental prln
data of banking la oredltT" Did he
got hie hat and ooat and drop Into tbe
president's offlce to eay an aaoiogege
good -by? He did not. Inetead he ooa-
nlte4 with Henry Fahnestoeh, the dark
who wae direetly reeponetMe for the
buying of the bad drafta, and thea ha
bought the bank. He bought It with
only a few hundred doilara to hie aame
Hie purcaaelng leverage waa hie per
aueatve, euava maimer aad hie chiliad
atael of a If eonfldence. He eUll boo
both at eeventy-two yea re ef ace.
The avoidant throwa a brilliant abaft
of Hght on the fact (hat hie book haa
In Ofty-alz yaara made 11,000,000 on
MUM oapttal. John Thorn peon waa
then Preeldent at the PI ret National
Beak. He waa eld. He waa tired ef
baaktag. Mr. Baker knew Thpoiasoa'a
etate ef mind.
Mr. Pahneetoek had charge of the
foreign eachaage department ef tbe
bank. To oblige a friend be bought a
let of London drafta of Jay Cook.
Ca. Three dare later Jay Cooke felled.
Mr. Pahneetoek ran In d la may to Mr.
who bad approved the pur-
MERELY A MATTER OF BUYING
nt look, ae though w. would have
to boy the bank lo eeve ouraalvee. ' aald
Mr. Babor with a placid am 11 a. He left
Mr. Paaaeetock gee ping and wont into
tee aflUe of the elderly and wearr Mr.
a. who did not aa yet know
Cooke fal.ure bad aBeeted tbe
InassllMtlralb arentlv n dwalt on
Mr. Thoinann'e advanced age and hla1'"
growing kiellnatlon to get out of active ! l,nt" V,ry Ur BJr BM ae
tjuamoaa. With calm and convincing 1 TS" ln M ru,,ne
coatkVooo heaaoumed that Mr. Thomp- "V, on ,D ,?ck of hl" vul,' ,n
ooo a oaly reaaon for not getting out "J l'lL.-
waa aia taaBiaty to nnd men who would
bo kked maat.rs as the good old bank
and treat It gently and honorably. Mr
roallaed that it wae very dim-
cult to Bod men of sufficient meana to
undertake ao large a purrhaae who were
of the trpe Mr. Thompson wanted ae
aueoeoaora. Why not, then, ae it to
comparaBrely young men of email
uoana who had the character aad the
backing te pay for It on long time. Mr.
Baker got what he wanted. H waa a
sis months' option. Before It hod ex
pired he had ueed "fundamental credit"
to euch good advantage lhat there were
any number of very rich men who were
willing to flnence hie purrhaae of the
bank If they could be In the good booka
nf the new young benker.
for twenty aers the conduct of the
ink wae the msrvel of other Wail
street nnonclera who followed mora con
servative Ideals of money making, t'n
oe r the MandeaH and moat eanotlmonlojs
appearances the bank derated nearly
half Ita aeeete to Wall stret epecule
'.loav The Uovcrtuneni did not Interfere
the ether hanks did rot complain, it
waen't alubtiy to i ompiaJn-also Ii
w,.e. ease ur nn xm icajiy unneauo-
tel. And so it was, as the head of
ne of the mist Important lost tutlona
I Mall etreet , .. to an Kvenltig World
t"Osrter. Uiat the K.rat National became
knoem aa a houee of mystery where
-.-ird and Strang, things ware done
H NCVEft TALK ABOUT HIM-
EL EVEN TO FRIENOb
0 all Ute years tnrmcu whi'h Mr
Ksber haa been toi.ln toward the raln
ew (old pot of "ell tbe mon an
ao ' o aid Want," ne her been atngulariy
-If edfailag Kven among big
ends be hee nosfp) aeee gisei, to talk
Mut 01-iissrJi inott .,ig flnaii lets lar
' tail ef Ihslr ear , atnagglee wn.i.
ssBf asept atiOer Use ouiiter uf a llU.r
wastry bank la -ft to add tn I a
sssk salary a a ealn.mtn i taear B
osaaft eolary aa a ciarb-ao dsrea Daasles
Bold But ixri Mr. Maker.
B ge-ble frieeale t.-de . tbe baa. wBe
The Banker Whose Doctrine
Is, Banking Is Based on Credit
Copyright. VUM. r Oie ITMa Publishing Co. (Tht New Yo-s World.)
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would go to bio tailor aad eay: 'Vow
nere, I want you to plek mo out goods
end cut me a suit euch thee If my beet
friend were to paaa me at Wall and
Broad etraete ho could not tell when
ho reached Broadway how I waa
dreoaed. Ha ta oclentuWlly eelf-efTae-l.
He would pay half hla fortune for
a real mantle of Invisibility and triple
what ho had loft within a year by
' With all that unobtrualveneaa thera
a another quality In Mr. Boker which
le perhape the reaaon for hta daelre for
nvialbtllty. Aa the pointer dog heads
toward One partridge, Mr. Baker with
U tact, ail
hie generoolty, heads for money. Hup
poee be ware oa th LuoManla fog
bound off Bandy Hook and unable to
find the pilot boat. If anybody Bad the
forethought to nail a 110 bill to the end
of the White Star Pier, Mr. Bakar
would bring her in -without a bump. He
couldn't help It df he would. It le bora
In hi in."
' ouion i neip h-ji jis wouu. it la born -
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T" ,! , VT w,u" "1"011
chon whiskers IleK f.ir Ur lluk.
u now aeventv-ewn leer, old t.. h..
not epent ao muoh time at hla deak
He haa irven more lime to hie family
and to las friends ln his clube. He
enjoye giving and attending dinners
Though a liberal euhsrrlber to public
dlnnera, he very seldom reeervee a seat
for himself He attends the opera rec-
ularly, but Invarlabl
of bla box.
alt. at the bOOB
OAVE AWXY 12,000,000 AND SAID
When he endowed Cornell Mediae Oob
ir-r a no. ,iw iora iiosrsuai witn about
.,ouw,ww ne 010 not get out on Ibe
' " '" ww aa in' .
-t a a-. -a.- . a ..
The first publl. mtimatlon came nut of
the delighted burblluae of the oflb lal.
of the Institutions whl"h received the
In his aJJag Mr livlcer 1. alwaya ac-
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crsalide Ills check-lee. k Juuipi. to meet
his band wuen the suitor merit'ont ativ
ngaiawue can., t wuen ins call-r
is a beggar on laurc or sniall sea. the
1 o: menu y or an ita. r In nndina that
I heok-book llstfoggtl with the volume '
of the WhlDS. Like many other men of
large sffa.rs. he porei seems burr.el
and his desk is ilsax clear lie a:-
Isgya estaaMfl lo OMM WbM be ggyo faBan
he gr-t. an ineouung eaUei atcn
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m.me is in an imeonepu uoua house at
No XI Madison avenue, h a oun'r,-
ploeo M Tuxedo lo gboui the mool mad -
i n' MM .aig.i bOOOM ef ibal Utile
aOit) fel lioorge I "..
. me,,.!-, ef gig) l.i. i-o' pora
and bis holdings 11 Is
id Iks i'o
t' at the pin 1 had no aore
ih in, bar., ai atiMa toae to .1
laMOl a 1. il. .11, ,i,t , i.u eui.wai
11. lie s t 1 hi sum
ri-.m ... 1 . 1. .Mi
'srileii,ae eo4sgi,a grrrSl Are you'
trmmi. -Xa, t ... , .
as) ei ii .
Bitter Attack on President Fails
to Arouse Him Mediators
Try to End Strike.
"""i me auomev ior tne stria na
latroet railway employeee of Tonkere
aterted In io attack Frederick W. Whlt-
ridge, Preeldent of the Tonkere titreet
Railroad Company before the State
I aMood of Mediation and Arbitration. In
eeeelon In the Council Chamber In the
Yonkere City Hall to-day. Mr. Whlt-
ridge calmly picked up a newepaper.
adjusted hla glaaaes and begen to reed
l dor J Bcaudrlee. the lawyer, put all
the blame for the tlelng up of the
Yonkers street car lines on Whltrldge.
He seld he paid little attention to con
ditions there, and never saw the em
ployeee of the line mora thea once a
frga WWkM C. Roger, of the
State Board of Medletlon end Arbitra
tion will make an earnest effort lo torlng
about a conclusion to the strike which
started Ha eleventh 4av to-day Sines
i Srw years etreet s-ara have been abao-
,,. a .lanslstlll In Yonkere. bual-
i ....a. mM IkMVt liMI leH'l re ta 1 ' I
I eie-we ' " ' "
, u, l Jo'tho bualnVa. OMtTO of the
toan and to-day It waa reported one
1 theatre was about to ch.ee because of
rsiund attendance, d ie Io the atrlae
"l"'"'' "f aes.lon of
I n. ., lt..K,.l h 1 riliM. Kill .
r oprniiiat of the session of the
U.....I ChSlrniai. It.oiel. aa.
that l.iwN.rs woiii.i nave no
it, tue usaexpig ne sum 1 nor
, ,,,. ,,
1 irra 11 awvwsB
IrMKsi, but that on afOBflsOU 01 nation
ould le tuleratel Mr lleau Irlas. osj
hehOlf f the a'nkers, entered ait so)e.
tlon 10 t'lls, uut waa over-nileit
Mr VY'bltridge told the bosid he was
Ibo rreixnielble bead of the roed He
h hH'1 "' n"' d"w" "' ""r''1
1 "" " '" ,'" , hu" "'
hs-a ne It was a tdiieoue hi inier le-
bessUe, luollah and rtdfuloite "
T,,, turning dlreetlv towaid His
asreuaed wtlkeis he shook hi. Hoger st
1 ihem tad a-d
4ai astb toe oialns of s -ensrs
lUld I kMHMll
'' 1 ' ' '-utie e,1 a. r Iv .n.lf.i
'"' ' ' '"' .f
. ,1 4 l . ooise "wasi. t lift
I ken I -a -eede-lt' siwoalblag
' . t iar .ii MfajHrMge sevei
tool bs . frum H.eiii
'hstriia Unas' aahad M U r 4(e
tm 1 eoBssaa 10 log beoi . it
settle Ibi OiAY-uH .
1 . ., .nu- ed geO t si M ns'-
1.. i.i,i.i ..n. -t ie
net ago o he wookta't eee
.. i s ue neis ie-e le tootlfy to
"BIG TIM" PASSES
AS ONE DEAD AND
Sullivan, Ordered to Asylum
Restraint, leaves Sorrow
in East Side Hearts.
REASON IS SHATTERED.
Bowery Philosopher Was Born
Leader of Men, Spendthrift
The theuaanda ef friend and one-tlm
retetnere of "Big Twn" faillltran leernerf
'o-day that he la loot to (hem for all
time. Ae big of frame, aa clear-eyed. I
nm mup iinr mm ever, ms tiiiimi is h'.ii.-
The dlaeoee whlnh overcame him, efter
a brave fight ecalnot It for ysera, at j
the funeral of hie wife, nearly three
montha ago. haa reached a etag eurh
that hie helf-brother, Lawrence M ii:
an. and hie half-eteter regretfully got a
formal writ of commitment for the for
mr aaat aide caplalo of men. It waa
elgnad by JuaUce Amend In the Su- !
preme Court yeaterdey afternoon.
By the terme of the writ, Mr. Sullivan, i
who went to the oanltarlum of Or. 0,1
P. M. Bond In Tonkere Immedlat'iy
after Me wlfe'e deeth, aa a voluntary
patient, le now a prleoner there. The
final etep 'followed the report of l'r.
Bond that It now la neceeaarv to uac '.
mild force In reetralnlng the big men'a
aetlone. and he would probably become
violent and dangcrowa In the neat
future. Becauee of the tremendous
phywlqtie of the efNIcted man. It waa
deemed wlee to take from him the right
which he haa liad eltice lie went to the.
hoapttal, of going out when he pleas.il
or leaving altogether If he felt like It.
It waa learned to-day that the rela
ttvee of "Big Tim" arranged to havi
him planed under lenal restraint MOflj
a month ago and went en far as to pn
rum an order of commitment similar 10
j that Issued by Justice Amend seet-r-day.
The flra: order was signed by J na
il. e Platzek on Dec. 16 or I". Aftel (.
ting the order consulted frlenda and ue
cided not to serve It. They took a lone
obaOOe tlmt aome Improvement mlglit
occur In Ma condition. The Impruvr-
! ment failed to ahow -In fact, the ODpO
i cite waa the DOM end a move to make
"Hlg Tim" a prisoner finally liOAimi
necessary. THOUSANDS IN SORROW ON
GREAT EAST SIDE.
Ho the poor of that population which
llvee between the Bowery and the !''
River, and the buelneea men, big and
email, and hundreds of eelf-suatalnlng
foreign-born men and women who can
acareely apeak Engllah mourn for Tim
Bulllvan to-dey aa for one neer end
dear mourn aa many of them might
not for the peaalng of a member of their
No one man could be as much missed
in thet neighborhood aa Timothy U.
Snlllven has been miased since he wee
"put away." Ae an Instance. It wes a
habit of hta. true to hie nature, when he j
walked from hla former home In thai
Occidental Hotel, which wee at the eatne
time hie prlvete office, to welk up the ,
Bowery and Fourth avenue to Tammany (
Hall, literally ehowertng quartere and
half dollars Into the bands outstretched
to him every etep of the wey. With the I
money there waa always a word of
sympathy, of keen, good advice or a
atlnsitng reprimand for those who needed
The flulHeen Chtistmae dinner, which
wae held this year without the hoet, and
the distribution of ehoee at the begin
ning of cold weather were the public
demonetratlone of the great charity of
the men. But there were almost un
numbered kindnesses which had no rec
ord esoept ln the hearte of those who
were the subjects of them.
ALWAYS A SPENDTHRIFT IN
His lleutenante. the election district '
teptelns of the Suth end Klghth As- ,
eembly Hletrkts. knew from fierce die- ;
clpllne that they were expected to do i
more than get votee on Kle.tlnn Day.
Better had they lose a district at the
polls than fall to report at any time
lo the 'Big Keller" a case of destttu- i
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tlon nr dletrrae which count he relieved
by money or Intervention with a Magls
trate or a word In the ear of the em
ployment egency of a contractor or a
public aervtce corporation
Timothy D. Sullivan haa alwaya been
a ependthrlft In generosity. Hie talents
or organization and his keen huslneaa
judgment made tor him great euros of
I ... e a
niOTlfV M1H inrHHr 1MB UfBTU K U TSBfU
" frm ""r'V ' "J." ,hol,"",, '"
! a year lie seemed to regard himself
! ee e truetee for his people He .pent
' neartv as raei as lie innoe ne jornieil
, the Sulllvan-C.inaidliio theairbal circuit
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alr,., which were ail prnftahlr II. was
. , ,h, nil . ,.
tunlty for money uusklnx ufrered by the ,
1 1 '
I (gotg I so t give you my opinion be- I
suae it bauxea frurn uoui to lion "
I Will inn let a 0m.1t.it ee of the strik 1
I art eonlei with 10m general mtnsgei.
M' utherlend " eoked HagOfg
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M, BfcllrMM tNsM 'ilely p'-k.i
1 bis eversool bat md umbrella and
sts-e. ratat the He iisd ire net
I tho doai when bo beard m. i. , ,, ..
u,iln ss n ' 0 .art He a as ot twtlni
to . be at.te, e. M. Wl, ,,.a,,
, ,,1 lie st.ike.s
'Tool fell derogolory ang gg
rs 11 i oa- ism - I -n ! !'.,'.
' Wei ' l.oek'ii
dlrertli i Beeudi
Ill ii s
en" si lex
That s 'als. Mis' In ft 1 mrgg f
ai.a'. e . . ii . hum.' .
1 sell It "
And ageln M tsh H'ege -..a.,...
i.eel eat l.'i In. .,n, 1 . - ,.,
1 loasg, Boaoral saaeegsi ,r ia. 1 ae fi
I lowed big la tBe OMaB
Bowery' 8 Big Friend and Leader
Made Life Prisoner in Asylum J
moving picture theatre. There are 1 tnnnsl It , reptlnn of r. B. 1..
rumors among his friends that his for- i The animal MlertaJament and rerep
tune. which haM rolled Up rapidly ttnOO I tlOB "f the Third DlOtrlOt OgtboUO
hla Illness haa kept bin from givlnK I BoBOVOtont Legion will lie held to-m"t -money
away, now amounts to nearly i row evening In the Altietordam Opora
a minion dollars. ! ifnua. a program iuo of xtx raudovllle
If th.a la true, '.t le tie first happy ';,a h" prOfeialonOl perrorniere. with
circumstance in a lone re onl of irajjedy
In the lives of the SulUvans. There la a
I blight on -he family, he has more than
.. .said hlmaclf. Ills nuhew and hu
nmir.ii successor In pollttc.il leadership.
the keen-eyeJ, lantorn-Jawed, hla..
haired Timothy P, Hulllvan "L.tUe Tim"
who ruled the Board of Aldermen, even
when hla party waa in the minority, by
eheer forca of hla personality, died a
few yeara ego of the same disease
which haa undone "Big Tim." Florence
Huttlvan, who waa as close to the leader
aa though he hud bOOfl u blood brother
(thy were not related), became Insane
and lingered for yeara. a constant drain
on Mr. Kulilvan's anr.etlee and fund
HIS STRENUOUS LIFE FOUND
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HUMllg lna organise Uon thai It would
..vn(p ri-nt" always harder. Notes
amounting to hundreda of thousande
0f dollars, slirnod u OOVer the .
of the groun nf Tammany leadi
their attempted Invasion of Wall sum
alx or eight yeara ago. were coneuntly
harassing him. The death of his wife
was the last blow.
Quick end shrewd ae wae "Big
Tlm'a" mind when he Iia1 bis powers,
he waa Indolent by nature. Moat of
.ils time waa spent la his room In the
Occidental. In hla ahlrt rleevea and hla
Blocking feet, playing raids, chatting
with hla lieutenants or listening to
the tales of the troubles of hla army
Conacloua of the rrowing v.rfueneae nf
hta mind, long before hla OgggelatoJ -p
acted It. Mr Sullivan aurprlsrd the .
by giving up bis seat in tbe 8tnte Bells
ote and bavin himself i lected to Con
gres. He hoped that tbe change i '
scene and activities in WaehtngtOfi life
would make him fool himself again. In
stead the life of the Capital Irked ban
lie epent onlv as touch time In Was i
ington as was absolutely necessary
The closing of the Occidental lintel
1 . .. . I, I.. ,,u ...I.. ..n I i fa
j a ansnnei e.
He moved to the 8t Penis less than a I
year ago I'enple did not ko there to I
seek blm as the" bad in tho old place
lie did not want to see anybody but
their not oomlng waa a worry. To the
very end he stuck to bla lifelong ab
atemlouaneas If "Hlg Tim" ever took
a drink or smoked tobacco Larry Mul-
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"fjji ,, , ktaw ThsM WB
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, -dy together go aaa Ily even when
the dlrOOtlng iiie.banl.ti.. built up of,
, the educational ripp..rlun tie, of .,
asrssn - ' i
, wagon btitbt, naesi ,o . mm
'"V fsill.er .01 me,,, oeoe. a e;.e. ,..
Muler will asion
election nf a sin-eeesor to Mr shilllvau
as ltepre--nt.it u e In I'ong'ie.e riotii Mie ,
TltirOjsanih nism 1
Virgin Oil of Pine
will cure your
Cough or Cold
I I e.M.f.lr lr.e.U gsatahL Lie. ml ..... 1 I . 1
. . (1 . diaeirjate. vuuTmZlA
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"-.' )-''' -- -" H.,y .1 ..
auy drug sl.-fr ..
ae. s. . eg
Mix It at Home
ui Aumlmn. .nk awwea ....I.
Hiilistitules are deegeroi,
levin Ike f irgia (hi
IO 1 VMlls 10 Wtewiea .'t ... I.. . . ,
iruf I else I
TBo Uaob C hem it el Co . Linrinetali
"'"""""'" '- OOOli arranged
supreme Treasurer John B, Dunn win
deliver an address on the progress
made by tbe bulon. which humhera
ffi.iUMi members. Tbe tblrty-iwo councils
In .Manhattan will be represented at the
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S. Altaian $c (Ho.
SALE of ORIENTAL RUQS
the detains of which wdDB be
announced to-morrow, Sunday,
ON MONDAY, JANUARY 13th,
Severail Hundred Pairs of Portieres
will be offered, to effect an immediate
clearance, at extraordinarily low prices.
Other Special Sales for Monday
will consist of Women's, Misses and
Children'?. French Underwear, Women's
Tailor-made Suits, Mourning Suits and
Washable House Dresses; Crepe Meteor,
Ttiilor Surges, Irish Dress Linens and
Women l Gloves; also a limited number
of Women s Fur Garments, Muffs and
THE JANUARY SALE
of Ho jnehold Linens. Blanket?. Comfor
uhlcr, Bedpreuds. etc., will be continued.
9m Xmwmmt, M warn JJtfj JHmtw Man du
Beloved Leader of the Bowery"
ThfK nr-- tome tr(t'7c of the rrrri uhi'h HKi'fe '7tj Tim" NgHiM I
n be foTfd nv rr among the penpe of thr r(M( iic. Thi r: Inli i
Ixnii nn inlrri iric u hih, in an tnlirrly gRgeeje mooil of fdHfgll'rn,
hr aair to n rrporlrr. tiJin to n I lo frirntl.
"No fellow who te leading peopli- by any trlrk e !ll get very far.
the rrowd lirlilnd him. If he len t on the loir! he'll eoon be a r t i r
arrler or (.liopping foid?r for lame lio;see.
"When yoti nek Trie to what particular thing I oc My of III f:! ill I
I ve got I'll eay It'e work.
"All this ta!k aiiotit piycholoil "I power tind per'ntial BIS48ttlt'JI
turn i fine huaineti for pretty writing, hut whi n you get doWl io tirna
incka ll'i the work that doea the bneltms..
"A man who wante lo he a leailet- In toe iioliii.ol world hits 10 forego
any Idea nf living to do anything except ba: the people aioiind blJi
"I'll take any man from the Bowery or the prairies and et him don
anywhere and If he'll follow my iRStfUCtlOM he'll be a leader soouer or
later, according to how mix b aptitude he sot on the go-In.
"Every community has to have some man who can lake the trojble to
look for their public Interreta while they are earning their living, and It
doesn't make any difference whether lie's ia!!, short, fat, lrnn or hump
ba kerf and with only half hie teeth. If he'e wllllnj to work harder than
any one else he'e the fello who Bill holj the job as leader "
.BUILT HOUSE BY THEFTS.
GETS ONE YEAR IN PRISON.
Woman Abo Accused Of Stealing
Gold I eat Saved by Will's
Jerome T. 1'affiey. wh a fo:ema:i
In the stamping depertment nf P. F
Collier A Hone' bookMndery at No. 41
H Pn A ill I ivrii i II ftirpi tin inr pn-.
aeen eira, stole enoug.i gold leaf frOltl
the tlrni to buy a 13.0ifl nouae et FBI
Rockaway and enother In the Rroux.
was sent to the penitentiary for one
, yeOr ttHday by Judge Rwann In the
t'otirt of (lenerel Beeelone. (. afTre.
I'lea I'-.l guilty to an Indictment rheig-
Ing him with forgery In aiming orders
fr the sold leaf. Me confessed to lis
Ing atnlen gold leef from the firm
worth upwerd of 130,00.
In hla job ae foremen 'affray was
lOhllfOi to make reuuteltlone meny
times during the course of a day for
J I was worth t?. At night he would
a aimigala out a half doaen or more of
I packages and aell them to a downtown
I dealer for ! each. He waa aaatated In
P his thefts by a woman a henftflclary
under the will of the late Peter 1 ne
a Inn Collier. She waa one of aeverel
women employees of the firm for whom
n life legecy of flO a week wee pro
vided by the publlener. Her name waa
not revealed, nor wea aue proeecuted.
because of a provlelon In the will of
Mr. Collier that the i.enefl Isrles among
the employeee ehould keep their Joba
as long aa they pleaood.
Caffrey made a full ennfesaton at the
time of hla arrest last October. Ha
sold lie spent muci of the money he
oMelned on a youutr woman, although
ho waa the fether of children much
oMer than the woman he named.
Bank Heserse 01 B,l JIB,. Ml.
The atstement of the actual condition
of Clearing Hos.se bank, and truat
they hold I1MSS.300 reserve In eacess Of
lestal requirements. imp in an iiic.eess.
Of 1.:M.7i9 from last week.
Made 'Big Tim9
;Why Buy Rubber
I By lNftlTlC?
Buying trade-marked goods ie the
only wav a purrhasrr can profit by his
experience end fasten reiponiibilily
upon the menufacturer.
If there is one thing more then
enoilier tbet should be bought by name,
it is a pair of rubbers. Nothing varies
more in iuality, vet all look alike.
To help the public distinguish our
rubber footwear from every other kind,
we mark our standard first quality rub
ber! with thr llub-Merk trade-mark.
Try Hub-Mark rubbers this winter
end you'll decide it ie worth while to got
rubbers from e factory that is ready lo
vouch for its goods.
Hub-Mark rubber foot w ear Is made lor
ell purpose, for men, women, hoye aad
girls. It Is sold with the assurance that
any pair that fella to make good through
fault of its own. will be replaced by two
of Hub-Mark rubbers are appearing la the
etreet cere. They coet no more than aay
i actor v. i ii ust r a i ions of various etries
other first claaa rubbers.
The Hub-Mark la yoar Value-Mark.
' y'.' dnlrr runnel tfp!yycu. sr-J ul.
j BoitOll Rubber SKoB Co.
M ) tf MALDKN. MASS.
All leel ar found articles ad
vetileed la The World will He
listed at Ibe World's laterals-
lea Bareae. rolltter Rntldhse
Arrnde, Tark Mowi it end's
I ptewa Offlee, northwest cor
ner .tsth at. and Rroadwa) i
World's llarlesn Office. t
West ItStb St.. aad World's
Krnokltn Office. -a Washlag
Inn SI., Hrooklrn. for Mo days
foilewlaa the urintlac of the
Third Set of Three
Ready and Right
'Evening in the Berkshire."
A evening talk, the distant
ChUTCfl tower begins to fade in
the purpling; mists. The children
romp In troni the fields Utf
chickens come home to roost,
and over all broods the spirit of
nature's perfect calm.
"Cms! nf Nova SctUa."
A hriKh!, breezy spot where in
;lie 5ummer lichen are preen
and purple on the crajrs and
where swarms of decorative sea.'
trull swoop around in the dash
Iwnua Ctrl at Faulali."
A swartliy, barefoot child in
-reen dre. red bodice and white
-hertmette. with a gay Roman
carf. wnm apron-wlie, drinkinr
at an antique fountain by the
total ietmrt. Free tor