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R THE GOI FF.
Great Neck Club Will Be on the
Map Next Saturday.
HERRESHOFF MAKES A HIT
Appears To Be Welcome in Eng?
land, Where He Is Seekintr
the Amateur Tit.lr.
rv?sther parmitttng. the Great Xerk Golf
Club, at Great N??k, Long Island,
offlc.allv d? ciare Itself "on the map'' with
a for- .g r,e?.t Baturday. Invlta
? ?- s been seat out to the members
nf st: ? nel| h' rh ? orgai Isationi as tl (
Oakland Oolt Club the Flushlnt Golf ??"ib.
the J -'ht ?"liih, the MsnhSft***i
Bay Yscht Club, ?he Doug'.e-ton Country
club and the ?reat \*ck Hills Country
Th?- competitive attraction on t!'e r?w
nlne-ho!e course -uill be a ki liters' handicap
(or a cup offered by Nathaniel P. Doyle \
oscoa? hss be? n itroaridod. The
wtnr'ng total will b*- some number from 7S
to '00 and will be drawn from s hut. Con
testartt' will be permitted to nam? t^eir
own handicapa ?nal the person ?alth the
net total nearest the "blind" frill be tlw
?sinner. Thru ?sriH i?r muale ?l'iring the
Vf. lest- |V-?n a h m? I ' t a? : fi'ty names
appear op tha ret-, handicap list of the
efomen'i Golf *tssocistlon if Philadelphia.
There t? . ? method In ottect for
ihe first time ?'. s year in th.- piscina of a
pion rating Mm R. H. Bartow, of th?
kel -.. ' hainplon of the
Worn? n'i tel tsaoclatlnn, ?n?l
Mr,v Caleb P ' "?- "i Huntingdon Valley,
asvva been plaoed at plus i white atlas
TrYane.. .- Qrlseotn, of Merino, appears at
FT'd H?MTesbotf, who || In Qreat Britain
preparing for a try ai the championship
tournament to be b? id nt Westward Ho In
? ? hsv? ni.ni?- a favorable Im?
from ?a T/ondon magasine:
"Ve were f a* ored on Monday aaith a.
call from Mr. Herre?hoff, as-ho has Just ar
n\ed In this country. Th?N (antOUs Ameri?
can amateur, who gave Mr. Hilton Mich a
r\"i" rnn In the Anal round r.f laf-t year's
United States championship, intends to visit
many of our besl coursea snd he will have
plenty ef time to get into form for the
amateur championship in Jun?-. Mr. Rerre
?hoff informs us that, SO fsr at. he is aware,
he trill be the only American competitor in
the cfssmpimship. This is s little disap?
pointing, ?''nd es?peelal regret ?sill be fell
thHi Mr. Ba ma who won all hearts last
jasar, ' i not been able to come -Mr.
Herreshoff, however, who looks the picture
nf health, strength and amiability, -?-111 bt
s host In himself and will worthily rcpr? -
sent American golf Mr. Herreshoff starts
plar Iramediatelj al sandwich, where he
torpee! to be foi I rtnight Wherever he
goes ' ? B Stire of S hearty welcoire, and
hi? play si Westward Ho win b? followed
i ? . thi keenest and most sympathetic hv
Run ? .'an p
bell, holder of the championship of r,r?it
-, aa-lll b? unable to compete in tour
? ampbell, who i?
erlng from an Illness probably will
remain s,ulet!y in Canada for the v
end if ?he does her British snd Canadian
? ' bave to go by defaaiit.
BhMS returning from n trip ?broad Mrs.
r w/ Rondlgi has bee;, playing quite s
\-, and only recently made
that course in 19. Most of her golf foi Ih?
? ' n will he pia?, ed s1 Desl
f coursa reeordi ra eentlj ? ? n
r>n?oaj ? .'. .? Chick' . r- ma is i ?
?p.it.! -. tpsu ? m ? i .|u? -?
t.on was mad?- during ih- national cham?
pionship tournament last yenr agafawt Al
tart Beekel. It eras s1 match play,
?:i on one or two <>??< a
tfO cannot stand as o r??<w 1
COLUMBIA OARSMEN IDLE
Bad Weather Interferes Serious?
ly with Work of Crews.
- I ad another day ef
' b* cause of the
rsugh ?Muer on th? we* shore of th? H id
? rni-r- with Anna;...H- less
thSB '.. ' weeks sway, Rice had counted
or getting In full time. The bad weather
- ft lloved the rrea*,<a since they
begai rowing s month ?no, ha-?
lot of worry The 'varsity
? - ' fully s fortnight behind
'n Its development end he In doubtful If It
?ill i ? t'on for the
?sat with tl - middle*
The Injury which P. Miller, the No. r. man
It. the varsit" shell, received two weeks
at'i il provins more serious than ?
Mppoaed, <-?nd it is doubtful if h?.- will
he able to iret it: the shell much before the
triangular race with l-*Ttoeeton and Pena?
syhrsnls. Th?- strained Dgament in his
buck Is coming around slowly, and will not.
It is believed, keep him out of the eight
permanently. However, Itlco Is taking no
cha?es with him ? i.d will not let him so
back Into the boat until he is absolutely
C*rta!n that there Is no possible aaBSTSt r,f
more BSfflOfal Injury being brought about by
raawlnar to-, s?.on
Th- psapi ? i triangular race between the
Tale. l*r?r?e?on and ?"o?umbla freshman
WLWa u.i May *, ?' . ?late of the big trian?
gular r. --an., ?.t. Lak? Cantogle. has not yet
W?i definitely arrsn?;ed, but Rice Is pre
Sarurlii- for it already and last week boated
s freshman eiarht <r a i>aaS*SMJ shell f >r the
Stst time. V'p to thai time the youngster*
had ?.n rowing In bargea bu1 they ?aill
? ? the ?hell rit-tia along now
LEMON RACE'THE LATEST
Motor Boats Will Hunt for Fruit
in the Hudson River.
a no'.ei eontast that the ofllosn
Kew *i <.rk Motor K?-?at Club have snnoainced
for f penlng day, on Hey M, win
be a "le iMti rane," In ""rhieh a s*ashel ol
lemons aviu be dropped overboard at later*
ruis fr-'tti n motor boat going over s course
en th? Hudson R1v?bt. The hosts following
pick up a, many lemons ss possible
the winner is the one that hss made the
biggest "haul." There a!?-., win he relay
race? ami championship chth raoea
On Memorial Da] there will be a relay
?pe?d boat race to AJbaaj ind? r tl a direc?
tion ?? m River Yacht Racing As?
soa-iatioti, whii. lune M Is the date cimasa
tor the annual race to Tarrytown and )? -
turn, thirty-two nSUtiosl miles, f"r crulssffg
end rapen beata
The long dlstsnos race for cruisers and
Span boats la Albany ami return 131
miles ?.ni: ba- ?tart.?! at 10 o'cloeh on the
sisrnlag <>r Sana tt, ko as to u t the skin
of the Skippers an navigators by l.r
them lo the w<>rst part o? the river at nhjht
IMS will he the fourth raes te Albany
fatnsgBd l.y this rluli. <m July 4 th?r?: will
be a raotag carnival <>n ibu Tsppaa Bee.
ami an, j j?;? :?. and St the yachts Whose
?awna-rs art memhers si thi Hudson itivt-r
facht iibw-in?' Aasociatloa win hav?
aniiual <;lui^' to Poughk? sp-n , whan thoy
will be the guests of (.'??mmodoae Frank, of
The annual retatta Of the associkti. n \aill
'd ofT the New Y?ul< IfetOI BOal ?lui.,
st 147th street and the North Ki..V ;?;,.?
wdll continu? on i/iii ?
the snaual rhamploiwi,,.
will tn'?c r,!s,-. T.? l.nn.l,' Bp . n. , . '.
ay miles t?, Ko'klati.l Mg|,i ot_ tOUuu
h? held on t??pt?uij?cr l'?.
$23,000 TO PRINT BONDS
City Saves 200rv on Letting Con?
tract to Lowest Bidder.
''ornpetlt ?or. for the enjf ravina and
prlntir.R of city bonds, which vu- held
last year for ?lie Brat time, han resolte?!
nil? year in r.ids v-hir-h :?re fully "00 per
.-i,i lower than the rity former!) r-a-d
?.?i 11>? n?,n . ompetitl* a basts
When in? blda for the rertlflrates for
the |,....(.(.(?(..m 0f corporal? stech i?i bs
gold bj <'ontroller Prenderpast on May I
acre opened by ijaviu Ferguaon, Bnpervl
sor of Un- city He. ord, yeaterday bs
found three, as follows: American Bank
Company, ISS.ISS: Hamilton Kxntt
Mots Company, 121.100, and Near York
Bank Note Company, 121.600
It la probalil?* that the award srlll be
made to the v?.v fork Hank Note Com?
nany, the Inw.M ludder, ?Iv-n the Board
Of City Record 111 *?t ?- to-dnv. ?*?> th?? xvork
done by that ?compaay o year ago ???.-is
satisfactory, according to Mr. f ergus.*?.
Previous t<*. I?st year lbs work ha.i ..!
ways hren done by the Americas Bank
Note Company. At that time that rwn
pany hid $'".:?.'" c? f..r engraving and print?
ing th?? certificates for the li'.c>."
corporate stock i-su?*. Th?. New v.?.rk
Bank Note company put In a bid of
I44.SO0 and ?rot the Job, although th? N< ?s
York Stock Exchange refused t?> list the
certificates because it did not recognise
th?? firm That fact, however, did n>>t
t.. Interfere In any way with th?*
sale of the bonds or their subs?quent
ROBBERS HIDE IN CHURCH
Police Get Them After Pistol
Shot and Backyard Chase.
William Wurabor**, twenty-four yearsoM,
and Frederick Meyer, twenty-tin..1
old, were captured by th.? polio in tin*
baaemenl ?.f a .-hurrii in Baat 143d mil .,
yesterday morning; where, it is si?
leced, they had ?.ik?-n shelter nffr robbing
the i-alo..n of Louis Smith, at No. MC WH
Us avenue, Tne Bronx. At Poll??? ll.v.-l
guarterfl it was Bald that the tw . men w??ie
refogtnized as having served previous ecn?
:? q es f?.r burglary, 1-ater in the day th- y
wer?- arraigned before .Majristrat?* House ??
th. Morrlaanla court They pleaded *-; ? *i : ? >
and wrrr held for trial Without hall
Mr.?. Smith, wife of th? saloonkeeper, aaa
awakoiifd yesterday morning by th<- suund
of breakint* ?laae. She arous.Hl h?-r in?
land, >ind he saw two men teav? the build?
ing. He Mew a police ?vhlstl>\ and Patrol?
men Lyons and Dunn, of the Alexand?*r
avenue Station, responded. Th.-y followed
th? men through back : ?.rda until tiny
took rer?i*re In the I m of the church.
During th?? chase some one living in one of
the houses overlooking th? yards fir?.I i
shot that Lyons Bays narrowly missed hint.
BODY IN ABANDONED HOUSE
Patrolman Led to Discovery by Seeing
Shadow on Wall.
Patrolman Mrt.onlcl?. of th?? East IMttl
?tree! police station, entering an aban'? ---i
two r-torv home in No 4r,i? Hast With Street
*, ssterds. ?-. i i. cuHsr shallow
on the watt. His eurioslty i"i Mm to
mount the worm eaten atalrs. On the sec?
ond flicht h?* found the body <?f a man,
?' a he:id sticking through a bole in tic
staircase and the body hatif-'I'iR downward
alone ?>ie stepa From the ? i mee of
th? body? 'he man m??? hav? entered the
building several days ago, snd on ins aai
down lost his footin** Several steps In the
staircase, are missing, and lbs man may
have Stumbled and fallen forward,
into the hoeltion in which h? wan ?its ??
Sred I ?' must hav.? turn? d BUlt.
Ther?. wai nothing on th? bddj bj which
II fu.;l?i be Identified. Persons In th? neigh
borbooil, however, said the inan i
painter lie waa forty year*- old. .". f? ? I 7
nches In height and IM pound*? in w?
lie had red linir snd mustache and light
??omplcxloi He wori s black derby, blue
Berg? coat, gray trousers and black
ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS
Th, Trll um D ne:,.i i
Washington, April ?
ORDERS ISSUED?Ths following orders
have been issu?-?i.
The renewing sflleera from I n > Wsi
Lg. fton tfturack?, May I, to Uielr
prer*.- nation Colonel i FRANCIF it.
i ':' v.'H. infsnir?. and ROBERT I. RUL
i.a i:i>. Infaatn . Lieut?nan? - ?
i.I.l.'.M A BHt'NH JOHN 8.
MAI '.?>': IOSEPH A. ?? \*-T- >N.
i-avalr*. RICHARD M. BLATCHFORD. in
: i-- , Ll'CIEN t; BERR1 4th Field Ar
Uli .* \.M*-'?X I. PAISON 6th Ik
faotry; Malera ROBERT H K'OBLE, I'-th
? intiy; CUNT ? HBARN, coast ar
tlllery: OEORQE B Dt.'NCAN. UJ Ir.fai
'?- ?BERT i' wai.-ti. Hi!. . avail ?.
LEWIS M KOEHLER, ra?/alry; CHAR1.EH
v. Al.ci'T:, .li . .'Mi ' ?valry; CHARLES
en \\vr- >?!K. fantry: I'll vn> *
.-?;- -.in . <-,-... ;:OI?
;..; : v ?. FINETHY, ?????? aril
Captain? HERBERT 0 WILLIAM! coin
n.lesarA, KAMt'F.L D. ROCKENBA? II. 12th
Cavalry; iicwahi? R HICKuk, ijmi?
? at/a i ?. HERBERT A. WHITE. 11th -
airy HENRY i: BAMES, 10th Infantry!
EZEKIE1, .1. WILLIAM -. B ' h fi
PTON BIBNIE, Jr., tin. I'IhM ArtlUcry;
'? <?? \\ K. MAJOR, Ji , -'Tu. Infsi
. ?iMPBELL kin.?, lai Infantry, ai,'l
wn.UAM M WALDROX, 29th Infan?
Major OEOROE W. im.AI. Intpectei i
astlme?l ?th (avail v. Jaly 2.
MaJ'.r JOHN DE I-. HARTMAN, quarter
\>> Phllsdelphla a? ueiilstant depot ql
Major ALEXANDER N. DADK, tMli ?"avair-,-.
detailed hi Inapectoi fenstal'i department,
Following eflk-Hi eeaal artllUry, from er
. -i.arti?.?-lit to (..mpnuv Indicated aft-r ?n. H
. . .m. s0 Captain* (?l.K.v K JBNXH
?s?itn.?-i lSSth Company, Port Monroe, ; ?? I
?li\M P CASAD, aatlgn, I 7Sth i ompan)
i.,,i Haaoeek; Piral tJeutenants C11ARI.BM
f c, M'EWfK"?!? stta.hei ??:?... Com
? - n Wllllama; WALTER M wii.Ht'.M
? >rr?e.i 4ML Company, Port H?.?i--?.<?ic, an?!
BIRCH 0 MAHAFFEY, at? I ? .,in ?
|.aii), l"r,r> strentj
rait ill. ALFRED M MASON, toa?? ?rtller?.,
from TStta to llShli Company, .ha.? It?.
???[.tai:-, KLVViV .1 NOWLIN, from ISttl t, I7tl
C*apUln PRANK H. CCBTIS, feom I7i>- ?
Infant? < ? ( ???n c-irti?. fron? San vr??i
? ". ?*hllie|i'-v? .t..:\ I
Fir?? I.uni-..?ni JAMES C. Ql'NN, Phi
Rcoul ' .-M'cmn 'J'-ri-ihl H-.! "4
??-. Idlo ? :' ;-'ai' 1 r-?"- laeo ??- tu - ?n.|
? ,1 Hoepltal, II?.' sp-i!'?*.
moMAfl '' v, ALKEfc, msdt
rai ie..-rv. corps, frora l'-r? Terrj to *'?it
H '. Wrif-ht.
. ituil Otto 1, BRI ; xi.i 1 i.lth In
.n Port n \ ?:?!?-? Il to
?? ? - Mm?; fr.ni San ' lanl .?.
' le? l, ; ?rit PREP T. KOTI.E,
?-., Porl II . ? 1 ? ?-. Fert
s>?-on?l IJeutenant PRED C WaLLACQ ??. 1
Pl?]d Vr-illerv. ?lelni.?-,) ,,. ?
?leutananl In -.r.'.n.'.ii ?? d??i-ai ?? JO
i'-i|,l:.l?. LEU Ifl B '!' iRl '?
I ?' l-i.l M'-l '
.i-? .-i... :,i|. 1 Ifhtbouse 1 ?
HMlei vt H SK3NOR, ? ?-i" -? - ? -
? .?!?!. In chai Pari
Mlffiln Mimic? 1 rot t'-r.ii ? ...
lege, New ; --et. M
'. C KEWP.L. d*l 1
n.i\ -, .- ' Phllad? |.' I ( ;.a\ol k ?. .
? m M1 Mil(?. M?-s IS
Lieutenant fjuuloi srade. 11 ?.t ??...,[ -.v
Kn?lKu <? '.? WRIOHT, Ji detarh?! th? i--.-.
I ill '-.-n
, ,. 1: P. V'iHI.K. ?he \>-- J.m.1
1 Y 1: M'tl'Ll <" ail, '..-? . .,.,?, ?he
li- laware; bureau >* *' tne and gui
? ... \ 1 SEAMBN, del - ed the Teanee
??. lh?- Ml??'-'
'?tihf ini.e,--- E E .i:\i-;. Satsched th?
Kann- to th? Il
?"i?l- f t*arp?atei T. O. ''"V 1:1,1.. detached the
1? diana; te UM KM
MOVEMENTS O? VTAVJIHIPS The f..l
io?Aini< movemsots "f res sM in?-.? been k
porteii ?.. the Navy Department:
r -ni. ?1 Hampton i:-,? ? ,
.it, 1 d.? Ajax, ai Ixinii.-ri . 1
Potomac ?"'' ,,,> '?'a ?'' '.it. hi Charle?
i-ni the NaahvlUe, hi Manta Domingo ?'li?,
the. .????1II11?,', ??t K'> W"l, 11.- AlliUiiv ?i,d
Hie ivuffalo. ?t Shanghai.
April 2?< The \Mn-ndn, ?? Tongku. ?hr Ar.*
lt*jL ?t I's-rt Arthur; the Narmhiin. Ht
utus, fresa N?m-2sIIi f--. U
I r.-!il lh-- H;.tTulo. from f-haiighal tor Mi
.. ii..iiii..,?> m, Tak'i;
- . t(?i.i. 11 - 1 1?.
I,,.Ml I.,11.1 M...-. "I lj
f th, < i?in:i equaditm, a*?ui?.
lemporaril) ahlfted uu ha,; fiviu tuu luin
buT, U vi?? llelciu?.
?TELLS OF CATHEDRAL Fl
jOne Tenor of St. Patricks I
He Was Beaten by Anothi
The StSry of o flit fight betweei
hading tenors In the rbolr of St. Pa1
Cathedral was told yes?erday 1" J
RriSagW 1" ?he Supreme f?>urt In a
which Charlea A 0*ConneII ha?; br
.?-.im-t Nicholas Bylvamter. Th? ph
Bsks t';,n"n d^trasfes because, the ner
his left eye have been to Injured thi
the encounter thai he csnnot r?ad i
Hefo.e ?joining the ?-hoir of Bl rat
?'"''??oral In this clt> 0*CoStnol1 sai
the choir of ttse cathedral of the asms
In Neas llamen. Sylvester has '?? m
?hoir se\eral uars. The fight took
on June -, 1911, O'OoaneU say?, adding
s? h ester had lona- borne him ill will
msllea On that day O'Conuetl nlleg*
was standing near the cathodial OB
\l?'|i?on Bvenue side when gylesstst ?-'
Mm ?severs! violent blows on th?
mouth and eyea O'Ccunell says 8ylv
lev?-n followed him Into the cath? I '. I
he '"iiiinued the beatln?* w'?h fist?, an?
Itemated this wf'h kicks. The plaintif!
|ci\.'l a concis?ton of the left eye, ait
Ieayi he has been untter medien!
; r er since
Syh.?tei' answers thai he never barb
sny ill will toward O'Connell, snd
ter of fact or..nn.li sesaulted htm ?
liais and feet, snd that hr only defei
bin elf ss he might lawfulli do. If 0*1
.. i received sny injury, sa>s the ?Ja*f?
ant, it wss due to hi- own wrongful
f?'oi . t'? ??.m?, li the Intlmatl? n v. ? mad?
Bj Ivester ? i .'? lot) ? f him.
Bines the Injury to his eye O'Connell
resipne.? as n ma*mb*r <?f the cb
Th?- '-as.- came before Justice Krl ing? i
s motion of the plaintiff for s j tdtrm? i I
the ground thai lha snswer to th? suit
frivolous. Th? court d?ni?ii the motion
C. M. DEPEW NAMED IN SU
Promoter of Cemeteries D
mands His Share of Profits.
rrands i: Baker, a promoter ?'f cei
terlaas, has brought sull In the Bupn
Court, menu,tuing fonner Senator Chat
!??<?>? M Depew, whose name, he said, mi
h possible r.r the defendants to g?in prol
aggregating from xt.tanfio} u> ?i,........
?cemetery promotions In Neu Tork, Pei
sylvanla snd Usasaebusotm, Baker
suing Reese Carpenter, controller ?.f t
Kensico Cemetery Company.
< ?no of the allsgsttona of Bake* la Iti
the eemetery concerns in which be ..
i .,i i?? nter ? ? ? , ? ? ado a succe ?
the enterprise by hsvtng reeelvera ippoii
e.i for < vihtii.tr corpawatlons in some rai
un.1 usina i!:? old cemeterj compnnlea
has? r? f or new ones.
Baker ?say?, in his suit that he and ''a
penter entered Into s partnership lu IM f
organising ctjmetery aid otHsr rorpnr
tlons, ami for reo?rsanlslng caraiaHart? i in?
in ?slatenos snd for acquiring land f?
cometery p?jrpa*ses This partnership wi
to continue until all the projects had sea
:'?tii.-icnt'y eomptota'd t.. permit ? dielst?
?.f the net profits. Carpenter was to a?
van?'" the money aii(l Baker WSa to baa
'.i- . ipensea paid, afu-r v hieb all the pro
?i- wer? to be < leaf i r Th. re wi
s further provision In the agreement, Bak?
all?gea that h wss to share In all mon? )
and securities r?.?iv. ?! by Carponter fToi
Senator Depew, William n Lyon, i r? -
,,. ? t of the Kensice t*emetery Companj
irt.m the d?fen?Janl ? wite and other naera
bers ..r hla family.
Hak." -i"' lares 'hat ? si pent? i repi I
? .1 that he senator Dopes ami Ihe othei
nsmed had made pr?. I IB In ea? o
the original cemetery corporations, si
theli profita m the nen coniofattona wouh
?aggregate tr?na H.oOO,?qq t., iioomm
The ?ut' is e>i,e. tod to d? relop t u
amount of roonej .1 ?-?
Depare from ihe sei irai osmsl pi*omo
lions in whi.h he baa bean toterested. Sen
ator Depsw and his "on, Cbsuacey M
Depew, jr. are iiire?-tors of the Kenstoc
CLERK WHO ROBBED MAIL FREE
Court Lenient with Loan Shark's Vic?
tim Who Stole for Sick Child.
<>p. the pies thsl he srsi the victim of u
lein sbsrk and had been drl\an into
clsl siraits through the dangeroui Nines?,
of bin child. Judge Holt, of the L'nll d
Htatr? l?isir,?t Court, suspended saw
jresterdsi I use of Ellas Dlarasat a
poatal ??'?-ri. v ' o had pleaded guilty :o
rubbli g th? i tail Dismal I wsa era
In the branch station In Hie lludaon Ter
mlnal Building After bel tehed for
?lome time he waa caught stealing ?
letter which contain? d H ?
In pleading i" rlemency, Diamant'? law
yor told the |ti Ig? tl al the ? I? i k had boi -
rowed 16 from s loan sh??rk on s ?
mortgage aoverlnu all hla I imiture, and that,
although he had paid $115 to meet ih?
t.- ?a,,s mil beim pressed f r further pay?
ments, Finally 1 damant'- child became li!,
ami Ihe fsther bad to ray IM r \lrnt to a
specialist who performed an opera I
? OF DYNAM
And Some Wonderful Men V
Make and Sell It.
Th?* v | du r-*iit d? Nomoora r?
? ompany >?*" represented in Wyshin
ISBStt we? k by .. dozen or more anihlt
j votuitr mer. who aie enggged In sup?
lending thai rompany'a hiah ?-xpi?;?
plant?? in various parts of th?- .nut
; From California to New .1er*?.?, trom
I i-ama ??> R laconsln and th?* far off t?a?
Washington niant ?< Mere reprefier?od.
tne programme prepared would indi
tl-it the innn.if-t-'nr?*- of ponder wgg <
I ou? baalneSB from ?tjrt to finish.
A etrlklng f*v? In <-onne?-r ion w|?h
KB tiering was that none of th.- eiip?
? \e ,>f ,h.- .. high explosives pli
**..-? over forty years old \
, niHn r<-!nn'kt"l x*t he surveyed the >*3?i
It | That looks like a class ol soil
boj i Km b matter of fact, they w
nearly all Of them at ?>n.* time "roll
boya." but now fhe> are practical buslt
men, k^-m, alert and anxious to excel
n <; H iskell, :-? the h? id of the h
I explosives operating departmenl of the
Ponl company, la ., graduate of Vale.
I ded the discussions which marked
?- -iivs' gathering, bringlni out nat
that ean of blteresl sol onlj t<> those
gaged In the mannfactur, of
plosives, but to the publie ?* well.
-?..'..?-?I H. w tdirm. i West l'oint gr?
nat,-, now at the h??a.? ?.f the bun ?i
n-.- s:.f.- transport?t!.f exploslvea a
otbea dangerous artl? les ?vss an itit? r> >
listener through most ol th?
i ted much In Ihs sraj o
While it may not be genera 11 j known,
is nevertheless true that the railroads
the i nit-'i St at, ? no.?.- ;.... i? ;..|.i transp?
explosives alreoat a.? readily as Ibex
eu. A number of years Ml?"- reallsl
that the shipment of expl rives wa ?. m
ter foi extrem? caution, r"ongre?es lodg
with the Inter tat? Commerce Commlasl
the authorit) lo formulate rules and reg
latlons to apply to comment? hetwe? n i
?? ? Thla commiselon, a ting v?. i.h i
American Railway Aasodation, baa it
tided aafeattardi timt reduo, th? po rib
..i" en explosion to a minimum.
tt la estimated that EOB.OtJD.OOO pounda
'-.'->' tons >.f explosives nr?? BMUBUfa? lur,
In the t'nit.-.i stHt?? everj year, it
gtated on good authority that ?here ;,
about MOO cat eontalnjng exploslveg
?continually, ?'??ilinx the ?lu*ian.
Between Ken ? >rh an.l Chicago 1,0
when the tfa\.-ii??r enters .? deeper on n
Atlantic Ik k.? t-i I..-- '.iv on bake Mien
gan and return bs undertakes ?? trip Un
Will require him t<> pass f??rty - STS load?
with dyna ne and other explosives! An
for moat of the dihtatice he will be teeuin
??Ion? at lightning cf-i'l. Tot, with all 111
? ng n.i-i Jolting, the ?? ?upUng Slid Ul
... pling, in Idenl to handling freight <"ur
how rar?-ly v??- hf-ar of an accidental Bet
tin* off of explosives on railroads!
The story ol the development of the ex
plosives fr.iirht tratt?.- well worth read
in*.?, because .t Bhowa what can be a- om
pllahed in solving j? knotty problem w h? i
shippers and carriers ro-operale in an it.
telligent manner. In ii??- early days of th
Industry lbs manufacturers had great 'liftl
cultj it? ?-?-ruling the iriiiit,|?,jrtat lOfl 0
their product, ?-iih.?r l.v ln.at i?r rail. Th
? ivii War doubtleaa ha-i much lo do a?ttl
reconciling railroads to th, transportatloi
? ?f sxploslves H--i hastening the g<
>.f powder ?s freight by publl<
, ??? ? T ??? got ? n.iii- nt .'.? m ind? d tba
-*A.i?-r le t snaported te all ar???nal;
..??1 ir..'.i-e in i..- Held Baplosleas* oi
. ..??-. happened from time to lim-:, bul
none eras ... serious ..* to causa th- rail
roada ?'.-ti after it. war, to chansc th?
tt.? v"*nn! .i forced to adopt ?lur
vv > . ?i ?! - rat -, ?., Mars ,.f dynartv?? SI
'lycerl ? was IntrodiMSd. in the latter
??' however, and permission ?an aought
for ,.th,-r transportation ths raliroadn. with
i. ?.?. except ted .?;' the g; oun?l thai
ii,.- r'?.k to ty wa? tea gr< d
While nltnurlv. ??: i?.r, whun might be Called
the anarchist of the explosive world, can?
i,..i ?vni to-day l-e n.lpi ??1 hy rail 1: ..
try in Burops or m tue United mat???,
i.e?muss of it*? ?xtr. me senslllviuses to
shock, dynamite ean b? und i? sarrled In
irail".'- aeletv. ?nat a? gteem boilers
be operated In comparative bafety
when proper mean-, of preeauUoa ere
adopt? d. Being outlawed l-y the railroads,
nitroglycerine when there Is s call for It
li sun delivered bj wagon, with a team ol
-, and ii" day Is doubtless
fai ?listant when ???!?> other moans ol trans?
portation ot this exceedingly dangerous
Is ?rill he permltt? d
The put.He generally lia? an ?x???,Kerat->d
-. ?.f the frequency i I accidentai - \
ploskma ?-f nitroglycerine, Mack powder,
dynamite and other exptoaltrea mi'i ttie toss
of life and d? sti u< i:in Of property can.-I
wi..-n it i? considered that dynamite eon
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north ?vital?, becoming \atlni>ie.
r.>r We??.th Htm fork, i-loudr itn?1 a? i?
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ruante? u? .1"- temperatura f?,r ihe mat t ?????? -
roi.r hour? It. c.tit|??rl?..u v?ul. th. ? ??"<*%***?
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SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TfflBUNE
Mailed anywhere in tlae Unites" ?tales
for |2 50 s y??rt , g
eUtutf? more than half of the exploatves
mi.!?? and that, next to nitroglycerine and
fulminate of mercury, it |s the most pow?
erful of all eaplealves In use. It Is worthy
of not? that the transportation compa?as
are able to do their work en well and with
ao few accident?.
Th? largest dynamite plant in the world
I? located In New .'.-r'-ey, ?>ppi.*|te ?_*he?t??r.
Penn During ?he |:??t sight years approx?.
niHteh- i*-Oi?Y?.?v>? |,.>undn of dvnainlte have
been maaufactursd at ?h?s point and not a
??ingle lifr- ha? heeu lost by accidental ex
ploslon. The du Pont ?*omt my has during
Ihe h?;?? gtg war, maintalnad throughout
the SSVSral states l.SwO storage magazinei?.
In conneet|on w,(ri thprn anr\r\g thi? p??rlo?i
th??r?- have be?n only?two explosione. Thi?
showing has h?en compared with the pub?
lished gtatlaUcs >?f boiler Insurance ?*om
l snles, and the percrn.age of explosions of
boilers |* found to I?* higher than for an>
The lardent Mack powder plant in the
world I? located at M?.oar, Tovva. It has a
i -ini? output of l,?m keg , or l.*W0,0CO kegs
j h year. This plant, with It*? manufacturing
'i"it*. ha? been In continuai operation for
| twe,,,v y.-ars. turning out In that ttmo
j 'M.OOS.ON ke>r? of powcter T'urlng this period
ther** has been only one serious exploalon
at this point. Many plants of less capacity
hav,. been it, open,tlon for a quarter of a
| centurv Without ativ explosion
There err* maintained throughout the
j I'mted States by dealers in explosive*? I
! Storage magasines of emrlOUS kind** tunning
into thousands In which ar?? kept quantities ?
i ,,r axploslrea ranging iront a few hundred
I to many tons. Who can r-call an
explosion in any .me ,.f them. And yet |
la on- of iheui in every neighborhood.
> The explostvea thus stored are in original
packages, a? srs explosives In transit, and
; !t ',? said thai there l? not op record a
accidental explosion by reason of
i ?ntan? ous combustion.
I'uring the last year tv?-. explosions have
Occurred that have been of mor?? than usual
magnitude One resulted in the destruction
-it i ?? ?lu T'ont plant at Pleasant Prairie,
WUt., and the i-ther was the letting lOOSS
of a vast quantity of dynamite at Com
munlpaw, N. J.. vvithln a stone-? throw of
the high bulldltiKH of NOW York City. In
the tiist mentioned disaster ta--r-- exploded
the lain- si quantity of powder probably
.?? ?.'?? In Cx- history of the world. The
shock wai apparent in Indanapolla and yet
the ?i.ss (.f ms ws:- small, mai under the!
( lr.-utnstan????* the desteuctlCfl "f property
?\ ...*> Blight
At ?'ommuntpaw tlu- alarm that followed
was largely accentuated h.. nrasoa of the
locality in which the explosion occurred an?i
Ihe features attending It. it N worthy of i
n?.t. that the *..itne morning thi* dynamlt?? I
"let k>eso" then aas an accMsnt in one of j
the tunnels In the same nslgbborliood that
resulted in the death ?>f twelve men hy suf?
focation. Ths dally paper? contained col?
umns concern in-,* the dynamite explosion.
but scarcely mentioned the awful tragedy
of death by suffocation The dynamite ex?
plosion monopolized attention because of
th?> in-ls. Htid sh..?'k aitendltiK It, the 1er?
rifle detonation and the ?lull roar and rtftn
>.;. caused thereby. The trembiing of the
earn? and the imaginary swaying of the tall
buildings all conspired to make this the star
performance ?>f thl? exceedingly potential!
and hiiih tempered substance, but when the
actual fatalll ??- wer.? reckoned and oth^r
damage computed it eras ssce?rtalnad that
the disturbance was entirely oui of pro
p?.rt!on to the actual results.
Aft-r explosions of tins character it i?
easily understood why more extreme end
exHtahle persons ehould demand ?h?t
henoeforth explosives h<- outlawed both m
?heir manufacture and tran?portatmn. Hut
full Information the public would hard?
I) ?Kr. ? with this extreme view, reallzlnp
that unwarranted end unreasonable regula?
tions thrown around the manufacture, the
storage or the shipment ?>f explosives would
be f?-lt In almost even avenue Of Industrial
effort The Geological Hurvev _\ \\ aehlnsr- I
ton is authority for the statement that of I
th* tonnage transporte?! bv railroads ?? ner j
.-nt Im ni.nU- up of coal. Iron and other
kinds of ore mlQSi Uf the aid of explosives.
The du Pont Powder (Company last ?ear
did mi expleeives business I spproxlmatelj
? -??->. hi t only s m-re fraction of this
w.-nt Into smokeless power for war pur-1
Bxploslvss ar? now manufactured
for constructivo, not destructive, work. The
railroads that cross yawning chasms, bore
through mountains and win?! around pre?
cipitous cliffs have 1,neu ina'le pns?slhle hy
h- giant bull.l.-r-dynamUe.
The tunnels ?inder rivers and bays, under?
ground railways sn-i mammoth Bhyseiap?
ers ? ould not be built without dynamite.
"Such vastly important projects SS the Beult
gta, Marie Canal, thai links the ??re,it
?Jakes, or the Panama Canal, that cleaves
the continents, are the product of dynamite.
The Iron that makes the steel that Is the
franvvork of mammoth building? and
bridges, UM roadway of steam and electric
transportation and the main structure of
battleships and ocean trreyhounds must te
mined with dynamite. Nearly all our gold.
Silver, had, tin. - ..pper and other metals
ar.- mined with dynamite The stone that
make? flux for the furnace, or is ground
up for cement, our building stone and pav
|ng hlneks are all (?narrled with dynamite.
Ths coal that warms and lights our
homes, that drives the lo?:omotlve?, the
steamships and the engines that run all our
factories Is mined with dynamite or blast?
ing powder. |n short, our whole commer?
cial and Industrial fabric rests on an ex
? plosiva baila,
Kv.-ii a temporar) ce-i.atinn of the manu
facture of explosives would precipitate Bam?
m- and Industrial ?haos
A city ofn-ial cullod a? th< ('hi.-ago of
,f the ?in Pon? oompany after th? ex?
ploslon hi Plsasant Prairie, \vi? , to ?le
m iii-i the cessation of all shipments of ex?
ploelvei through ctriesgo. Bui he changed
m mind whin confronted with the tacts
thai such shipments liad basa ?nado alm.m
dallj for ?nati> "am without damage, and
in,(i t., gtoR th'in would moan to stop,
Starve mid freese ?'hlcago.
All th?toe things and ?-inn?-' others were
talked over by the bright voting men ; e
f .-..i to m the Bret paragraph. The mm
ufacture of tita product is fraught with
more risk than it? traiisporiailon. Kvery
hod) associatad with th?- du Pont Company
understands this, and ?antes In mind wi;u
m, small degree of .?-ati.sia.tiun the splendid
? m the oompaaj has always tiiaiu
?.i.ne.l looking to the relief of thoao llijur.-d
i accidental SXItloSlons and Hu? care and
,.,i i, iti in of tin families ,.r those who i????,
th.-ir lives in tas sei rice ??f the eoaapany.
.\n old in-' pension policy, broad and lib
erui. was s?-. rai years ano adopted by till
i\, and thousands of douais arc also
paid i?- employes svsri year la the shape
of sio.k bonuses" for superior merit.
At thl? inciting It developed that there
,,,. now actively swaps!lag witti tii?? du
i'i.iit Powder Company m the Vnited States
m..?, than fifty Independent maiuifactur
. i ..t rariOUl kinds of explosive?. These
lodepeudenl man ifactniirs have, It la said,
a capadty te furnish ?f. per <?ent of ail the
explosives consumed In the l'ntt?;d States.
Thern Is an impression throughout the
country tliat Coloaal Henry A. du Pom,
genator frssa it?*- itate ?f Mawaiu. u at
the load of th.? dU Paul I'ow.l.-r Company.
This is srroneoUS, Senator du Pont ta
neither an oilier, a dlre?:tor, a stockholder
?.i on employ.- of the company. Ho divorced
hints? If entirely from the company and the
powdev business before hs was elected to
th.? United States Senate.
SUNDAYS NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed snywhere ?n the United Statea
for $2 50 s yesr.
I argr.l in the World Kv.ey detail
4? ?f?r*- rvperlenre.
THE THOS. J. STEWART CO.
rionr ?or 4?th (*?.. >'- \. I'hnn- .1KB? Bryant.
K.rle rer 5ll? RtSk, gSBSS? CII?'. Ptieee 1BB.
ai-.i-r.? Wvii Uuo?? and M?tttug Vium.
OF INTE RIST
j Cretonnes Have Become So
Pliable and Artistic.
?'retonnes are not aa they once W?
with a coarse, stiff background and non
script flowers in gsudy colors atamj
blatantly thereon. Now, they have I
ccme a soft, pliable fabric, the groin
work in delicate neutral tints ov.r whl
are ?.plashed all the colora of sunset a
There are cretonnes avltta birds and bi
terflles, and for the nursery a whole n
nagerte of beasts and queer quadrupe?
with an array of cunning Kate Qr?naw
children that make one forget to be d
gruntled with the world. The Engll
glsze.l cretonne, with Its solid, mass!
flowers, gnarled brown boughs and g?
geou.i tropical birds that seem poised f
flight, is fjug|*r.Ktlve of faraway fore?
sad use In huge rooms with massive furnl
are. There are still other English rteslgi
with hawthorn effect?, which suggest tl
typical country cottage of o?ir Kngllf
cousins, with old-fashioned flower beds
geometrical designs behind the ewe.
French cretonne represents whole fam
lies resting out un?Ier the trees of Fotitaln?
bk-au. Thero are bits of pa*>toral acenei
and broad expanses that certainly suggei
Fontainebleau. The French cretonne ts e?
qutsite in both eoharlnn and texture, an
<>>?.ln? i.? Its Iricif, of undue '?dn-m-lti?,-" :
Japan i-??ntilbutes .oiti? funclful Orient!
effects. One shows a Jet black backgroun
whuh throws into hash-reller' strange How
ere. of Cherry Hlossom Land. The??.- are 1:
vivid reds end yellows, yes, and even pur
pies, while little Klku *?an, and Mume Hai
aro seated in Jinrinklfiia?, splendid In tliel
wonderful iriy and a.-hr?.t,unthemum kl
rr.onos. Another design. Is of welr?l drag?mi
spouting fire, with here and thero a flgun
Hrangely like a sunburst. These are espe
dally good f??r the den and smoking room
though they can be use?l quite as effective
ly for a more feminine sanctum.
As yet the domestic?? cretonnes do no
equal the imported ones. The latter ar?
mit only more de? orattlve. than the former
but they avear and keep their color better.
For the summer home cretonne may h?
used in many ways to change and fresher
a room. For curtains the double faced
material Is often chosen, but if It is
thought that this will exclude too much air
white scrim with a deep hem of cretonne,
CSvnght hack with a ro?ette or band of the
same, may be substituted.
As a bed covering cretonne has many ad?
vantages over the white spreu?l nt a se.i
con when the? vigilance of the housekeeper
is relaxed, as is likely to b? the ?aso In
summer, it siiowa no soil and it wears like
iron, and it also relieves the plaltm.-s? Of
M unpretentious rural bedroom The cov?
ering may either take ?h> form of a
??trslarht breadth of cretonne, to be ad?
justed each time It is put on. or it may
be fitted with a box pleateil or shirred
l.inen combines charmingly aaltli cr?:tonne
f?ar ?rushlon covers, as the cream tint <?f the
latter brings out the piuatel shad-s of the
cretonne flowers. ?>iae way to u-e the linen
is of feather-f-tltch narrow .?trips of It to
wider strips of cretonne, or ?/lea vert-n. r.i,I
bands of plain solar may be used In the j
Table covera that fit o\er the top of a
table ate more eatlsfactory than the sort j
th.it can b* hlown oft when doors and
windows aro open. These have a "b..\"
fri I around the edge, which is really not,
B frill at all. but a fitted extension. A plan. ?
f top of linen with a "bo*" of figured eraal
tonne Is good.
A novel accessory for the droaalng tablg
Is a flower holder covered with cretonne?.
The holder Is somewhat like a rapklr*
bolder, except that it has an extended baa?
weighted with bad. and a vaa? of an*
height desired la paased through It Plctajr*
frames of cretonne are effective sometime?,
provided allover designs are used, and o?
course every one knows the a-alue of ere-a
tonne covered boxes on the dressing tablav
Bags bave been made of cretonne eines*
the beginning of time, but eoinethlng s|
little newer Is a work table of wood sad.
?hintz. The framework consista of three?
straight legs which are bolted together a?
the point of contact. Resting in this frames
work is a cretonne box shaped to fit ?**?*
actly. The box Is lined with white mere
cerized material and has a place for spoola,
a pocket for Bclssors. a strap for a stocking!
darner and one big pocket for odds aa4
end*, leaving a bit of spaoe for work to bag
hamp shades of cretonne ?ara beaut
and give a charming, subdued light. The
newest pattern Is like a small barrel
on end. A lightweight cretonne. In
opaque design. Is stretched tight, or alight
ahlrred on the wire frame. A more Oeetr-4
able shape has four oval panels, with a ?a**-?j
sign in the c nitre of eaich. The edge la ?Anal
n h ?si with ol.ve green braid, and about tb?aj
lower edge 1* a green silk fringe. "Wla-karj
shades lu fascinating wood browns an<B
;*ree:i8 have cretonne panels like little Omtm
Cretonne covered boxes can be put to end??!
ices use In a bedroom, either singly or tn,
a framework, and the woman who has thai
time and a taste for such work can rcpUriai
the prosaic chiffonier at almost no expeaa*?,
by getting a ? arpenter to make her a fram*|
to hold a set of boxes, covered, llnavi afi<*(
hinged according to her fancy. Huela at]
piece of furniture costs about $30 when onal
baa to buy It.
Finally there are cretonne bats. OU born
frames or wire ones may be coveied with?
this fascinating material, cither entirely oat
in part, with linen to relieve the high ?coloria?
Black satin or velvet bows give a "firaMfsi
touch, and no ?retonne hat Is com?'let?^
without a black chou or bow. These he?**!
are particularly good for outing wean
STUFTED FILET OF MUTTON.
Maria Parloa gives the following rulaL
for turning a cold roast Into an appetizing'
rechauffe: Remove the bon** from the re-,
malnder of a roast leg of mutton, season?
the meat with salt and pepper and p?it,j
It upon a tin plate in a baking pan. ? '?it!
an onion In half and rub ft over the meat.
Mash ten good sized, hot boiled potatoes.
Season them with a tahiespoonful of but-!
ter, a scant tahlespnonful of silt, half aJ
teaspoonful of pepper and half a < upf'ill
of hot milk Fill the space left vacant by?
th?* removal of the hune with the mashed|
potatoes. Heap the remaining potatoes)
upon the meat and pour around the mutto,|J
the following savory gravy:
Put three tablespoonful? of butter foTgSa]
a, frying pan Stai when It tVrornes bot i
stir into It two large tshleepoonfule of,
flour. Let the two cook together until they'
brown. Then add very e'owly a pint of:
fciock prepared /rom tue bomas of the mut?
ton. Meson wiiu salt ana pepuur and boll
f? r two minutes. Tne gravy will bai thin,
but It will thicken as It cxiks around th?.
meat, bet the .an containing both into a
mo?lerateiy hot oven, iaet the meat cook
for about ?n boor, or until rich and browu.
bas'lng every flfteeu minutes with th*
sravy. At the end of the hour beat two
??ggs till rather light and spread them over
the whole. Iaet tr.e meat cook ten minute?
longer and ?eitio\e th* pan from the oven
Put the meat up??n a heated platter and
pour gra\y around It. ??arnlah wi'h parsle?*
and ?verve very bot as soon as posslb!?
after taki'g from tl.?en. T.amb r?r ve?.|
may be dressed o.er fe* e second aervic*
in the same way.
Seen in the Shops
Some chairs and settees, which are shown
among porch furniture but msy be used
inside the summer home as well as outside,
im ytain?>d n much softer gre,n than that
usually a?en In outdoor furniture, ami have
seats of matting. They are shown In two
different styles, one with nothing but
stralKht lines and the other with the addi?
tion of a few eWVOS by way <>f ornament.
A settee In the severer style Is Jl.", and an
armchair and rocking chair are $7 ?r>, re?
spectively. With tli*? curves, a settee It
$1.? IS, and chairs $7 50 each. These two
suits differ a little in form. t??o, the latter
having lower backs and wearing altogether
a mote Reniai and Inviting expression.
It is no? only the woman who has a cot?
tage In the country to furnish who Is inter?
ested in summer furniture Those less fort
unat? often choose to have much of It in
the apartment!? they see i|>y all the year
round, for It Is always more attractive
than any other Axing* that could lie bought
for the name price. K--en among porch
furniture, plseSS avlll be found With which
the artlstl.: person could gladly live twelve
months in the year. There li no reason
why sny small WOSSSn should nut be ablo
to buy n comfortabb? little rocker for her
s.'lf Just now f..r s couple Oat dollars, an.l
larg r persons can bo as well provided for
l at a cost of $.17."?. Thes? chair? come with
the principal parts of their woodwork cut
square and some of the connecting bits a
plain round, and with red seats ami backs.
Armchairs In the same style are $3, com?
mon chairs |2 and settees to 3?. With wood
ba.-k and reed seat, a small rocker is $1 3.\
? large one f? 35. a aettee rocker $5 and an
armchair MU? These articles can he had
???1th the wood stained green, dark brown
or a light natural wood s ?l ? If one
should be choosing one for indo??r use the
brown would be the safest color. The green
i Is rather vivid. l?ut is not lmix??slb!a>. en-1
would be effective In the right plac?. Plain
wooden taMes to match aita tC.
Something new for ??ottace furniture la a
finish for wood called silver gray. It Is a
little suggestiv?- of the '-'ren??h grav e lamel,
but it has brown and greenish tones in Its
gray and is not an enamel, hul shows **>
good deal of the gram of the wood. Chsl a
of this silver gray wood combined with
Ivory enamelled cane are delightfully eo.il,
in effect. Armchairs o.- rockets ar?> til. gJ
Morris chair Is $ir> SI and a settee Is lit.
A useiul article shown all In th?? wood Is a
card tabl?a whl?-h < ??n, ??n o?'ca.s|on. be ?-on ?
vert??,] int.? a -hair. The price Is lit. A
good nir.etl tablS <>f th.' ordinary kind la Jl?1.
A eult of folding ??nrch furniture In green
wood include? a rocking chair ?at )*, a,
common chair at ?.l T.'. and a m'ttee st
J3 20, all wit I reed ba.-ks A tablu with,
re?xl top la $2 2o ?ml a bench matching th*
suit, but ma?le entirely of wood, is |1 '?"
A cedar chest mad.? of beautifully grain??'.,
wood In the rather massive styl, u.-odated
With the wood "chest.'' stlKldcl vait;. big
copper nails :' nd furnlshe.1 with copper
handles. Is HI fit. To mnk" .i.-air.nci
doubly sure and complete ?ho diacomfort of'
th'' marauding moth, there la a hag ?r
c??lar shaving? insiile.
A plain white en.imelled bcdro??m nulle
can be bought for about $7.'?. the various.
pieces being priced as follows Iron bed.
full sir-.o, lib : dresser, $17 ; chifTonler, wuk
mirror, |13 .'.'?, table, $.?75; somnoe, $11;
chair, with cans seat. $? 75. and a rocker,
also cane seat, It.
Th? namea of ahopa wher? autlcle? mentirjaaag
on thi? pase were seen ran he obtain?! *ji?
?"inline a atampej an* addraaaed enva'op* jta
"Seen In the bhoiii?." New York Tribuna tw
s?, ir?- a prompt r?.?!>!> th? ?iat? of pul.ilcatlfT?
i.li .ulj be given.
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