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CUHRAN COMMITTEE SUDDENLY SHIFTS FROM SULZER :
ASKS MAYOR TO REMOVE WALDO FOR "INEFFICIENCY"
WUATNRR-rmr Kill aad Teeeday.
PBIOE ONE GENT.
EIGHT U. S. SENATORS SWEAR
THEY DO NOT
Inquiry Into Wilson's Charge
of Insidious Influences Is
Begun at Washington.
ONLY AFTER CLUES NOW
Chairman Overman Says Next
I Step Will Be to Examine
the Supposed Lobbyists.
Bw Samuel M. William.
(gHg pmwpiBtiat of The Brewing
WABHINQTON. June 2. Inveetl
f-atlon Into the urlE lobby bad its
atsrt tbU morning In tbe White;
Howe. President Wilton sent for.
Senator Overman ul North Carolina, I
oklst Inquisitor, and nls piiucipal !
aoclate. nutor need, of Missouri,
for MM an hoar they wero closeted
life toe President, melting lnstrue-
what tines: tons to unit and
wiom to summon. Then they list
ened to Capitol Hill, luattaooad the
Other members of the committee and
outlined the presidential programme
brfoie beginning tlM formal r.osslon
President Wilson decided mt to appear
bi gets in before the oomtnlttoe, but to
aiaiit stenator Overman tilt channel of
con. niun , ft ; n lc laughlngl) tool lb--
Washington correspondent that he had
bo! boon sunpoenaed and J J not sxpoot
to bo. Wliother or not he furnished t"
S r toAsntlttoo a l.si f nsstki of lobby
to he would not -a: . nil Milled slanln
Santly Unit dci lopni. nta il n !t.e tlM tti-
Wl'he drat soselor. e .. I'd little Informa
tion r:u-.ll:iK lo'by:-its 'Die rlei.n
. who gave testimony worn ignorant '
c sat nstartoug v.oru by lbs loaMious
giee. lil.ich oiocla.meu tils own laoil Of
Merest :i tariff anectod articles ami
tightly so berating ny -Lance the tlrst
on on the algHtabaUoat nt are noted aa
Hone of i bo half rtossa doubt.
fat sod wavsrtcg Democratic
Realtors was awnag thou. anil
tariff lobbyists are not wasting
ttiuo on BspubUeeiis or rift 1 tar
j nt 3ci.al.ni- examined :'i-Ju wees
mi ..i of AHsona: Bacon of Georgia,
borah of Idaho; Bradlsi of stontuohyi
Braudag' e of Connecticut
Kau The: agiecd In generul on
defining a lobbytet as an agent work
IBS for hire to Inlluonos legislation,
but that business men having Inter
oota Involved in legislation and com
ing to Waehlngton to pressni thai.'
views as tu the effect of pending bills,
Should not bo claooeil ao lobbylsta.
Senator Bryan of Florida and Sen
Star Burton of Ohio w ere exam ined tills
Phsliniso Ova i man said that
this saamlnsUou of Oenatjrs was
aerely a draoot to get olnoo.
The next atop would bo to go
after the lobbylsta themaelvee
BRNATORS CALLED FROM ROLL
TO TAKE THE STAND.
The Inquiry committee consists .if five
members of the regu'ar Senate Coio
ii.. n ludu-.larv. Swuatora Over
man, of North Carolina. Keen, oi .vne-
aaurl, Walsh, of Montana; Nelson, el
Mlanesota. and Cununlns of lot. a. j
Tme flrt three aro Democrats; the latter :
two. Progressive ItepubHi'aJiJ.
The committee de'.ermlned to hold .
kaailngs dally from 10 to I. from I Ml I
snd front I to 10.
The Mage for tlie dramatic imiuirv
on i set in tlie green marble oommlttM i
room I Its ksnats allies nuilillng. It ha
tat ni capacity for urt spsctatorg, a
tabic acragt one nd for Um uommlttas I
gnd guoibfr table along one alio for tlia
In alphabatlesl order tho senators
SUP'-ii "il In small e'UPS iiei'bre tM
eoihinlttee Aahurst of Alisona, I j
relatively nee. mem ier, drat merelv
Qcttuso of name, led t s n.iv. followed !
Bacin of fleorglU, II vein. -in oi
In I he del ate, bo t r.. ivi.iki i
gnd film d
.11 do- 1
Asaurot stood up and
t.ini right. mi.1. bv
Co. I ho Now
KNOW OE ANY
IN EFFECT AUG. 1
Evening World's Victory
Fight for Lower Rates
Is Now Complete.
PLANS TO ENFORCE IT. I
Mayor Plans to Enlarge the
Bureau and Put a Strong
Man at the Head.
The orrtlnsnce reducing tAXtcab rates,
passed ty the Hoard of Aldermen, fol
lowhiK tlie fie-ht for It by The Evening
World In tho Interests of the public,
was sdsned to-day by Mayor tray nor.
The Mayor sttsched his alnoture
afti : aatlrfylng himself by personal ln-
resllgatloti nat svery provision of the
ordinal! e -Im-ludlns the losv ratos act.
Tlip now order of tlilnifs will be put
Into effect as qukkly as Md tape will
peiutlt. but the Mayors Bureau of Li
censes has full power and he will tee
that all tlie necv-ary machinery Is net
in action. He reallzea that ho must have
a large iorce In that bureau and that
a determined, wcll-qinillfled head must
be placed In position to see that every
reform provided for In the new ordi
nances shall hu currlod out.
A larger bumau mu-; or eataollsned,
i for the ordinance requires .-lose-r and
I oonatsnl Inspection ont'i t ie police
and bureau ortVlala. and these must bt
appelrrtad lg order to carry out the ordi
nance to tht letter. The Mayor said
that the police wfll do Its Plrt, bu: that
a f.irceful ho. id with i SOmpotSnt staff
i aim mi at ones be tetabtlahed, TbU
i meani alas thai mors money nuat o
I apt oprlatad than ha been ..liowsd for
I laaljan saparvlaion ami Inagsotioti. -i:
.iii pi i a iiitt) iha Hay or srlll .? iss
811 appllcdjtlOII to be made to the Uo.t-d
l.stimate m ,idd:tional furida with
..... .... , ....
on retomm provided fcr
r linan. o. The Board tt
In Utg new
Kstimste meets rejiularly on Thuredaya
Ths coming meotlng may wllneea auch
an application being made.
The oourta alone ran now prevent
the enfor einent of the ordinance. l.
ysrs for the taslcab companies have
threatened to go Into court on the sub
lect of rales, clatmlna that the clly has
It Is stipulated that the new ordinance
ahall not (o Into effect until Aucuat 1.
but preparation for it! SSl orcement wll
mesutlme be made.
The Major to-moirow will eenl a
memorandum to the Hoard of Aldermen
expressing his d.aappolniment and rna
grln at the action of the board tn adopt
ing tha "non-ga'.lerlea" moving plctu-e
ordinance g ag.il: at the measure sug
gested by his cnmmlss'.on Ills message
to the hoard will be of the Mt" variet
and will carry with ll an absolute
veto of 1' t ordinance
CALL IN CONGRESS
FOR FEDERAL INQUIRY ON
ST. LOUIS. 'FRISCO ROAD.
Hull Light "ii Management of Com
pany for One Year Prior to
Receivership Is Demanded
WAS1IINOTON, Jung I ltf pre-enta-
tive lilnsbaugh of Illinois Introduced a
resolution lo-day lo direst ti. In tar
atntu ComMarta OoruwUglon to m
raatltfgta and lOporl on the maniae
ntaiii oi taa HI Louis ami Han Kran-
,.,. .. lutllruad f.. nu year I
the srn. I gl 01 1 UI'SlllP.
HIlHrUUdgh'a re o' lt.ui. POllltS 0UI
etalftfaj aot'lit of the lOSd'i oonds
aukl oi i'a. and nsfgog 'hat
nave eeen man allegatloue of.
, 1...U '
1 a eiu
waterUig- of aocori-
SIGNED BY GAYNOR
" Circulation Books Open to All."
The Prees Publishing
York W orld .
WOMAN WHO HAS
MONEY AND JEWELS.
"Had to Prove It,"'
on Alighting From Train;
"Settled for All Time."
fniaodora Rnoaavotl raaohad nw Tofk
from Marquetie, Mh'Mgini, to-day nr.
hour late hut vlndlcate.l of the charge
of being a drunkard an i the winn at of
a six-cent vepdlol
That h. hud been exposed as the rrUl-
Urator of mlntbod in the back yar J
of Un WltltS House .mi as a guzzler of
an occasional moi.nful of orandy with
a nulk SjUbi, was not SorrytAI him In
the least. Aa ,e buatlid thioiigh the
ran 'lis of the Grand Central Terminal,
flankeil iiv i)w ev.-r 1 illlvftil rie'-etary
Harper and His no lens faithful William
laieb tr , the 1 'uli.n-1 ,i ; ved 1 1 1 1 . -t-v ! - i f-rs
"It's nit over, Perfi itly satisfied sfadl
to prove It iStttad .or all time," he
saiu snu jii'iioi lino a laaicao. w:-.n
lla lawyer, Mr, vsn D-mschotan and Mr.
Harper close after hi It. ThO) w -lit to
Uie Outlook ofBco, Mr. Jlarpei later Is
sued lh( following bulletin:
"Mr. Rooaovstl i perlootly satis
i d wdtn tha result uf the tr!. at
Mkirquette . Beyond -aylng that, he
will not dlsciias the n atter He will
remain at this office all day catch
ing up with his worn and will go to
Oyster Hay to-nlghi.
ail nay to-morrow.
FOUR AUTOISTS KILLED.
TWO OTHERS INJURED,
WHEN TRAIN HIT CAR
Members of Family Party Victim:
in Collision at Crossing Vir
; ki,k RlVSSt Sflni . Jang i four
i persons are dead and two injur od a tbi
i result of a Northern Paalfle passenger
1 iral'i crashing :r:to ai autoi. ibt.s at a
I crossing near here to-day.
fhs dead are Mr. and M s ,T. I,. a ar
1 j I
)l M CI
fjMgggWsi U 'Jgefgnnnnigj
VERDICT ON DRINK
son. Prsnoli Dswaon. sight years ou,aui
.and t ie DgwSOng' son-ln-ISSi whose one
! nsma eas not obtainable Those I
; Jure.: lire Mrs C, C DaWgOfl kr I t.
, young son
I The p.irt were on t! elr way fro
Rglongi In., to Clear Lake. Minn
NEW MINISTER TO COLOMBIA.
TSSddeag t Tlmmaon r Fossa tr
gulstod b IBIIaoSi
WABHINOTOX, Jon- -' 1 tddous
' T -cr-
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. iiligated b.
,stl . IO t'ol
Wsfhl "Wants" Wo Wandara.
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1913.
POLICE FIND CLUE
Triton Departed Soon After
Mrs. Houseman Disappeared
From Plum Island.
POLICE LAUNCHES HUNT j
She Rowed Away Saturday
Evening and No Trace of
Her Is Found.
I In seeklnr to unravel the mystoT of
the tllaapcatunce for forty-eight hotire
of Mrs, Olga M. Houaomaii of No. 97:
I P.irriri.- gtraati Brooklyn, who went out
from Flan Inland alone In a light aklff
near dark Saturday nlgltt. the officers
of the Canarsle harbor police station
are now running down a clue wblen
no'us an eiemeni ot nopn jor ner uis
trailed husband and friends.
It ha. been learned that tha M-foot
power boat l. ltoi.. owned by a Sheepa
head Bay man who was an old friend
of .Mrs. Houaeman, anchored In the
channel off Plum Beach a few houro
before the comely young woman took
the skiff for her solitary row on Sat
ordsy r.lght. About I o'clock , an hour
after Mrs. Houseman left tha camp
where she snd her husband had been
spending a week-end holiday, ths Triton
hoisted anchor and sailed sway.
Search Is being made for the Triton
to-day In the belief that Mrs House
man may have gone on short cruise.
Ai tlrst the police snd the volunteer
searchers worked on the theory that
M-. Houseman's boat might have ben
OVSf tnrned, end that sho had been
drownod In one of tho numterleas little
aims oi' water lhaai si teak the map of
the Jamaica Hay territory like fila
ment of spider web. But when per
sistant snuvIi failed to bring to licht
any trace of the boat, and Alonxo
Houseman, tlie mlHsi.i woman's BUS
band, revealed the fact that when she
went out alone In the boat Mrs. Houae
man had between t'-" and tson pinned
Inside her shirt waist, a graver auc
of I Of failure to return began to be
accepted as pro! able.
BOATS WITH SEARCHLIGHTS
HUNTED WATERS ALL NIOHT.
Mrs. Houseman, who Is a milliner
and dressmaker, with a good business,
and her husband went to the ramp of
Capt. Oraenwnld m Plum leland to
sped the Memorial Dav vacation. Af
ter Spending lnrlay there Mrs. Ho ise
Bian. who Is a very little woman pos
seted of a petite brunette p ret tineas.
, w( B, ,
Brooklyn on Saturday to aol
lect some money due her for gnwns
As tlie banks were closed, she pinned
tho monev Inside of Imr waist and
returned tn the Plum Island camp.
Hhortly after the evening meal that
night she told bat husband she wu
going out alons for a row down ths
creek that flows past Capt. Oreenwald's
camp. She would be back before It was
dark, she said. Then ahe atepped Into
a light 8t Lawrence skiff, negtsotlng
first to give to hsr husband for safs
keeping the money she had with hsr.
j snd ahe put off. When 11 o clock came
i and ahe had not returned ner Irisbund,
heavy with anxiety, organised a search-
rievenU boats equipped with alOOtrlS
,i ts noeed thro.ig'i the short
i reeks, alougtis and ar. is of the hay
all Maturday Bight aid yesterday
w inn rgport of Mrs. Houaaman'g die-
appe-i Snee SJ is -..rri.-d to tha f'anarale
watar pmi-e thay sen- nut two uunohes
io purs is t'te aear-h furflier.
BARRIE NOW A BARONET.
Author lltinoreS by klag i.rnrgr
p'orlios llol.erlaon Also eineil.
LONDON, fir.. 2-.T M Barrle. the
rir.d plal'Wlight, is n.ads a bar
or, at. :i , Jnhnston POrbOSsBobOrtaOn
ths .inn . :a K'.'a tad m thn annual
i irthdsy honora' conferred by Kirn
Georgi V. announced m-r.ig.ii Ths
King Sill be foHy-Olgbl yea-s old to-mo-mw
Ml pe raaes srs srgSted I ill yegf Or
Wtlllnm krbuthnoi Lane, ghyalolgg U
Iha Duke gnd Duchess of Connaught,
uncle and aunt nf t n. King, siae '
mads i ng
hotfsel 1 ii 1
N SAILING OF BOAT
ri ikee nt i ti j. x 1
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j.lalead"r: tU jj. ti tjji
BISHOP CHILD WILL
BANKER AND WIFE
Justice Goff Summons Eleven-;
Year-Old Girl to Court for
ALIMONY IS ARRANGED.
Chief Figures in Divorce Ac
tion Hold Conference With
Lawyers in Court.
To llttte Muriel Bie'iop. a child of
eleven years, la practically to ho left the
decision aa to whether sho will remain
with her father. James Cunningham
Bishop, millionaire society man and
bender, or go to her mother, Mrs. Abigail
I k Bulho. who,e .UCOesaful suit
, , th. K.
premo Oourt ieot weak. Tho question
will bo settled by the ohlld herself, so far
aa gursae Court Justice Ooff fosls that
sho may be eggable of reaching a ver
dict. The eenessMe Justlos has' ordered
that the little girl as brought before
him tn the Criminal Branch of tha u
prrme Court wheie he te sitting now,
on Wedneeday morning. The child Is
now with an aunt, a aleter of her
father, tn Virginia, and It will take un
til Wedneeday to bring her here. Then i
Jiu.tlee Ooff will undertake, so far as
tlM Mttle girl's mind may be capable of
grasping It. the del'. -ate tak of Inform
ing the child wliv her mother was given
a divorce. At the trial the father was
accused of vleltlng the Hotel Aster n-ith
the beautiful Mrs. J. Temple Owmth
mey, wife of a former President of the
New Tork Cotton Exchange.
THE MOTHER FEARS CHILD IS
The Juetlce will endeavor to bring
the little girl to a realization that her
father has leen guilty of a great wrong
to her mother, and that whatever pre
conceived notions hsr mother'a position
may have resulted from the child's
cloee association with her father In the
last few monlhe must be disregarded.
Mra Blahop la fearful that her email
daughter's mind has been poisoned
Wheh tlie His ...ps i.:.,l Uielr lawyers.
Henry W Taft. brothm of fie SI Tragi
dent, for '.he hanker, and ex-! rls'.rlot
Attorney William Trave-s Jgromo and
James W (Jeborne for Mra Hlsliop, ep-
peered before Justice Uoff to-. lay, little
Muriel wai revealed a: once aa the sole
obetacle In tlie way of an Imiiiedlat..
agreement as to ths terms of the di
vorce. There wan a ten-lnmute confer
ence between the Juetlce end the law
yers and then both sides. Mr. and Mrs.
Bishop, accompanying their oouneel,
want Into conference In Juatloe Oolf's
Co amber a
For more than aa hour they were
closeted there, and when they left the
room none of them was willing to tell
what had happened behind ths clossd
door. It wss learned, however, thst
tl.ua had nesn no difficult In ths
nistter of alimony and only the ques
tion of Muriel's custody had prevented
Ml Immrdist sdluttment of all differ
ences. Mrs. Btstiop. It developed, etnod stesd
fastly by ths proposition thst tbsre
enuld be no dlscuealo.n of terms which
d'.d no lm lude her possesion of her
little da ighte Mr rt shop was slmost
Tial'.v firm, but ths mother atood
ready to hinge tha whole settlement on
this one polot.
MOTHER SAYS DAUGHTERS
TOOK GIRL AWAY.
V re nighop hsd had the ohlld with
her a.w.y. until one day laat winter
when, she says, her elder daughters,
Mary, Ivonly years old, and Augustn.l
I eighteen, paid her a visit
they had elefted to sj.ie with thai:
..r'ner. and Mrs lllshop says they told
"father suva thgl nu will i.s rsnnl
leas Uur posiliotl In si riot y makes II
r.eress.irv tr.a. as l.svs n.ni.ey arid lois
u' tt. so we ae going with fsthsr."
Vthe . 'hey dttMrtsd ,.f:.-r lht v's'.t
t ry to-k the Itttig SaStO." -!!' thoffl and
Rlghop rtsg novor sbll 10 r-
I , e- ti e snilg for Mi BlsliSS gglll tier
-.e i,.. rt' vla-
Ir. ... .NataUie, flfuen, and Abigail, oat) an.
1 wfce aM sBB. sjoBt pggt
fCimitaWon Boo Open
ALDERMANIC COMMITTEE SPLIT UP
ON REPORT FOR WALDO'S REMOVAL
AND ALDERMAN WHO
WANTS HIM REMOVED.
AiVman HENRY H CURRAN
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cna.ff.nl d.ed al etorHstOWr to-diy
fro i' a 'ru t ie ,.' tlie e,.u I Ha aai
lay! 0 .isll on r'ndav aril stills al Oil
aae ... '. ttio head kl .. plicheil ball,
lie fall unoonaolous. An opsratlos was
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TAMMANY MEN FIGHT
TO SAVE POLICE HEAD
Governor Told Commissioner Failed
to Punish Uniformed Men He
Knew Disobeyed Law.
A report calling on Gov. Sulzer to remove Conrniisskmer WeM
yvas voted down late this afternoon at a meeting of the Curran Com
mittee of Aldermen which has been Investigating police affairs In tMi
city, lit place of the section saying that It was useless to ask. the Majw
to remove Waldo and going over hb head to the Governor with fw de
mand that he "relieve the city" of the present Police CcxiirieWesett,
ciatise was iiRrodtictxi addrming the rTCTwnmerifJjfion to the Mayor.
IN SEA PRACTICE
OFF ISLEOF WIGHT
Prince of Wales and IrresislilMe
of British Navy in Smash
and Latter Damaged.
PUSXIwlUm IB. Jims 1 -The Brttlah
battlashlos Irreeletlble and 1'iince of
Wejes of the hnane fleet were in collision
to-day while manoeuvring off the Isle
of Wight. Immediately after the crash
both headeil to dock. Th" ll reelst'V.e's
BOWl are la iiaged. hilt tho Mtva! 4,1
sh,- b.i I nol ilfi t e I
BALKAN ALLIES TO MEET.
Ian lo East Strife Over Otvtelaa
af War 0 sella.
Bulgaria. Juris 2.- An
ment In principle for a meeting of the
Premiers of Bulgaria, He. via. Oreece and
Mootanegro was reaoned last night by
the Bulgarian and Servian Ministers
who met at Tsarlbrod, on the Bulgarian
frontier, to sacbenge vlewe on the situ
ation. The Balkan Premiers during their
cunfersncs will aittemirt to settle all the
msttsrs in dispute between the allies.
i.oNIhiV. June t. -Dr 8. Deneff, tha
principal liulgarlan peace delegate, left
ljndon for Hofla to-.lay In rOSPOSgg to
sn urg nt despatch frm hie govern
ment A Race Far More Profitable
to Its Followers Than Those
at the Belmont Track:
So far this year there have been
ill. Tie world aos
Ba.1114 Mere thee Ike Hermldi
U,31 WOHI.D A Del.
Ois.OUg More tbea Uie MereMi
I H RING MARCH:
iss.tit wonui ii
T4.H0I Mere I bee His HerelOi
iis.sit woni.n ana
til. 314 Mure thee lite llereldi
I 91. 90S WOltl.O ADO
Illi.bOS Mere than the Herald.
Ycaj arr "l'lavuu 'lie Winner"
alien vis i UhC WcHld Ada. tor
ReacUrj! MuMUtyl Rt suits 1
PBIOE ONE OENT.
1 rVAT C.1J
Th otasngs) m the reealutton SgV
owed the making of the peaat Sy
Alderman Howling, ene Of tho
Tammany Aldermen who voted
the report as a wevole and In every aaa
tton. that the eppea.1 to the flmigji
violated the eplrtt. If not the letter, or
tho recenUy passed laosno rule saw
Aldirmen Dnwllng said that, liiagsasaTIi
as the oivniulaaloner waa the appolntoe
or the Mayor, oomman deoeney ggg
t.td that the recommendation aSioalB
go to him before any appeal was roods
to the Oovernor.
VOTE WAS POUR TO THREE,
TWO MOT VOTING.
On the amendment the vote
to three, with two members not
Throughout the meeting of ths
mlttse there was uncertainty
squabbling Tlie meeting was adjo
until a week from to-morrow nfior tho
amendment waa adopted.
The amended recommendation wt
"I'tibtlo Interest requires tho las
removal of Couuntealoner WaJdo
re. o rji.is.il that ths Bosrd of
rorruest .Mayor Uaiynor to relieve She
riiy of Ntaw Yora from a Polsra Ooni
iirW'ioner a ho by his trmperamont anil
nonduct has slioeni hltnooif unit to
ousy hi aBtos "
'Phii iilauae lor wiiia'h this w-as iue.1
The public intereala require lbs
i m me. i' ate removal of Commissioner
Waldo. We reallas ths futility of
making any auoh rocorornondstlosi to
the Mayor of tbe otty. Na
the Mayor continues to
applaud the ''ommlselonsre
"We therefore recommend
Board of Aldermen request tho Oover
nor of the Stole lo relievo tho otty Sf
a police commlsslonsr who by tares as--ament
and conduct aaa shown himself
u ii ti t to occupy his office "
GOVERNOR HAS POWER TO RE
Section 270 of the itty chartor. under
which the majority of the committee
would aak ijovernor 8ulaer to act reeds,
insofar as It relatee to tha removal of
a police rommlseioner:
The head of tt.e rollce Oeparsmeat
ahall be oullud Has PoLh o Oomenlsatooei.
who shall t,e airpolnted by the tfayasr
anil shsIL unieee aooner removed, host
office for five yeare or until his
"esaoi 'hall be appointed end has
fle.L Tlie said irunlssloner may. when
ever, in the judgment uf the Mskyor asf
said city or the Governor, the puWIo fcs
, terests shall so require, bo removed
from olTlce by either and shall bo Ineli
gible for reappointment thereto."
The Man. Is required to appotnl a
guccessor to the man removed within
' ten itave.
J If the report Is submitted to the (oil
I board for adoption It Is not attogelheT
1 sure to pas By a party vols tbart are
: forty -two Fusiou votes in the bosrd
; and on thlry-seen men elected under
. the Tammanv aldermen of lata tno
tustonlsia riai mo oe,.o sb... to muster
tbelr .rnrolled strength on close) cos
lesied . ue. lie. s l ie refuse' oi torse
l'usloiilsta to astapt tho reuort vmt IBS
committee would reject tt.