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BUFFALO It SHE
SrniEMENT HO
Railway Company and Labor
Leaders Split on Dealing with
Union in Wage Adjustment.
MILITIA FIRES UPON MOB
Only Disorder of Day Quickly
Quelled and Service Partial?
ly Restored, with Troops
Escorting Cars.
Ncgotlat 01 ? roi s
'. U' thf 3tr:K.* ??? !l?. ,, ,,,,, .
? l\ of tho Internal onal i: .
through the r
M s- ' ils !v Fuhrmann, ?
late t , ?; ...
tJ tii?.- rallwa* ofttrlal
??n ? r ? g with i
' ? Of tin- union in the ad, . |l | , ?
ai ?; houri <"?? whlci th?
d on ail other
Including ti?.' ;.. . p[, .
<>!i an; qu ?
? . -tli? i f e be HfJ.iii. :
Tl. |
? it tatlng thi
rmpk*' all it?, m ?.
the An *
U d upon ??
iom:i. ttee ol Iti ??'?? n emi ?? ?
i ?
l> M a hon of th? u to n
anil ?he r
?i abrupt ?'?? M
i hop? ii\ to-night of hi
. ow chasm ?!? ? ?
i-.jtl* ...
Volley from Trcoos Scatter? Mob.
.-? ft ?;>;? pet I
' | ;.i
- --i"! iv..-- ? I Of th )?
. val thorns
The I to I t night
lall Snd th? milita patrol \-. i*- \? '
. ;?.. nti. ? ;- Then a as u ?
and that ? ?
i . ...
- ?
'? ? . -i oop
..\ ? i
i'k ? ?; ,\ ;. .,
? ?
.
late I
I ' thi Ma] O ' .? .?rb't *atOr ??i
? estlon i st ?mi il it ? I <?' ?
wide, ?tatni I t rallwaj ? ?tl ? -
Thi 3 ?'?'-.? I to i ?? -.. sit men
?i i : ? pio ? f ?
... pr? ? ?? dh -? thi . allli - of th?
i i tholi old
With ..... . oinpan?
. .if 't^ .-111
plo* ? to tal up l
and v - ?
Dr?>--?nrls o\ tha .Mrikara.
? t Mahon and .? coi
ubmitti ?i th? f.? iu?\ -
I ounter
?" Ml iv n who
t of ' - rtatm
.'???ril ?"?. ! '
thi ? o>ltloi .?i") altt
? ? -it ;-t ?'?al tlnv . ? ifn
..( ?
ernpk ? ? ,...t I- a -????? 11 . ailing
c to return ml take
ii
hen the
und th?> - ?
? with II m ?.'ir
I
mplatnt? 1
.i\.- I" n o?- mi.-'. .; ?
v itiiiii ti" ? froi any i
?jj ?> ? to b? : ? ? ? i\ ?
tu? company within three days aftei the
rhlntf?II tcr I ? tweon
? | < m and then I lifter? n<*??-i
. ? . ? -? ., i . .
? ? ? th? quest "ii- ?n i (flsputi ? to
.- ninp.) to ' of the ? it:- of
? itor,
E, Q. < o ? f the i illway
r. dttkmi
j, n ? . ? .... ht sub?
?,.- -, <i for th? word
t< ? ? the eei ind -
Ins'i's on Union Recognition.
., ,. ctlve I ?' : b
. ' iroul
?*.??.,.,.,.? In ? t rt| !?).-??? ei I I
?r idment "i ? ops for ihr i
er th? ni' worhlni o I I
on ? The m? n ?????
pt this mod
?? - m.*."
Mr. Connette later gave oui Ihn follow?
npai
? , -?i i? Instate
I -. , ,.-? ?? i
.- ? .
- , ., nMl s union ?>r nol
that i
the in?- m ha* <* retui ri?*<l
to v.'k 1?? receive committee of Its I
M?it -Jone hai placed the Tecla
creations at the front. Merit
alone shall keep them ih-ve. To
this we pledge oui reputation,
the matchless skill of our ?rafts?
men and the wonderful facili?
ties of our well-equipped atehcr.
An absolute guar?v*tee
of satisfaction lo ca<h
individual purchaiet.
TECLA
NLW YORK PARIS
Wo hhh A-.rnue W Rue *S? !? P*<*
LONDON BERLIN
7 Old Bond ?meet I i Uster den Linden
W.-W*? F? .tins.**-.W
*?? Lou?. l.?-?-u.i ?,,,0,,h
AAuxtk Cst 1*13 Be?rdw?*ll>
nenien -116 Bcybton Stf-??
Mi?- 16 Av-j)u* M?***-.?
V ,.?.. 2 lX*rn\hnfiUitr
P.o-M 144 Cono lloanio
NO OTIItR BRANCHED OR ?AGENTS
SCENES IX CONNECTION WITH THE BUFFALO CAB STRIKE.
? Obstruction on New Vork Centra] trac-k-* at Viaduct and Broadway.
i with h .?'
- ? . t. and na
?" d i" -H., ? ? ? .. ffoi i to resdjui i
?
I ?! r
ol be nd lusted bj a i on
?Mile. '1
Mill open."
?? Fuhrmann ?
to nlgl ' Mr. .Mite',.1.
for the railway, reiterated
compon) - position, ?agreeing to :
the ii" n " ? nether tl olm d
union or n?.t" and t" arbitrate.
Mi Mah? .. ? -i t.. a. . . pi uni
ltk?n ..,:,".i .m agreement
. . i . ,...,.-.
? lulC I? ?ill .1 l '.1,11111-,! , .
o
. -, .. irm o
conf?rent'? until lo?mori os
stai.- I:,.,, , .
tloi srrit ed h? r? tonight, bul li
no i'ii''i in h.
SULZER ORDERS INQUIRE
Board of Mediators Will Rcpc
on Buffalo Strike.
' \ | L? Bulzci
I he State 1
gallon li
. . ... ditloni of the Buffi
rail?a? strlk? lam? I
*? : ? General, wi - it
st In the its
The that? Bos d of Medlatl.
will fjii'l i. t the ln?jul i of \VI
lam ' Rogers, chairman. l* J I ???
i .., ?. ?i m h , i ? board ha t
power t" .
? ?
? ? ubmlt '
?r V
- i .
. . . ? |
>|<4 ,-,,
f. ri-. .1 -.? 1th I represent
;? i ,. co npai y an ?? I
strlk?.
FROLICS END AT FROLi
Gaynor Curfew Help- Put On
Cafe Into Bankruptcy.
t n, . J|a, , , tO (
i . i g pa
"pran. lh< si and "gm si?
sfter I o ? ;??' li .i ini ' :
realenitig t ? inkrupl ,, ?.
.'.? ?. i. ' -
This was the 1
<??-?.-:? a bankrupt
;. ??Vol rnsi ?
oilier ?- 'ii'"- -. m ?? ai,i
a . '.. .'. ".
\a- ob
holder, si r'
I . ... o the Ma
der. Hi aid bu In? -. ..ad dwiit
dl, ,j so Ini e April 1 * * order wen
"t., r if ? ? id to adm
to pa; It deb
? ,. -
?: . ? ed notic? on ll
, ' da ;.'id appl to t h
- . ?? n ;. m tlon ? i
I
mol mi''-: ??I i "
? ins n. ' onferci ?r wit
? ; . - -, \ n csdfl ' ? .
for ll*?* l lot? : ? - tlon, en
to Hi?: City liai' yesterday i*?? drafl o
ow pending a
? ? Ms r
. ? ?Jen? Ing In I ot? k and to dos
The el ? :
It? I
. .., -? an ??? ? ?
?,. rsmpbell Id " :;-': "
\] . ? , on? In?. o hi? h? ?o ild on.cn
_
-??e~-*
RECTOR SELLS TO MAP TIN
More than 375,000 raid in Cash, wit)
Sliding Rental Scale Till 1929.
?I'tie chlm? ra of Argentins Ungoei am
i di.*i> hugs, "f camel glides and Bwedlal
Bhivera, * III I " ible <-? si g< !:' '"' '"
more, * i at? r?).-i> h? sold hi i restauranl
.. | , ,,.? . .,- . ,-,] ..r'.i Btreei lo Loufa
Ms i tin paid mot i t ? " **? ?"?
t,, |-a> R* toi B
, a, oi rent until m. The Ural year'i
? ,i will b? W "?-. h H from III i I?
Uli Un amounl srlll he *-?''?" The re?
malnlng ycara ??f the lease will b? paid
at the rat? ol '?-" 0 ?
Joseph oilnr.' ??Ha the broker In th?*
transact on and yesterday afternoon,
aftei sli formalities had been complied
m m Martin t c?. <K o? er the reins i.f
lobat?*r aii'i cold bottle government Hi
i.i ??i,? i es Me? V"iK .. revelation In the
estsurani llm Ucctor win shortly ?all
fu,- Euro] '
1.000 NINES IN LEAGUE
Park Diamonds to Have Their
Busiest Season.
On? thousand baseball teams will ?" In?
I -, nul le;i|.*iio r.f tl,. I>- .
p?riment ol Parka this summei One
i hundred diamonds ?'111 hevi t-> txifnot the
! ball pis y ers, ?*??.'> range from sin? to nil -
I teen ???>' skJ
i w iiiniin .1 i.... : upen Isor of r<
I tlon mid estsrdsy ii?"?t this would be
th? gn .t.-1 baseball : ear In the hlstoi
<>f the city's plays"?"?">unds II ??ill 1 IK. -
\? !.-<?? be il.e liiK^cvt year In ih< number
ol u aim and diamonds, 'i her? wei ?lx
hundred l-ami in it??* league last rear
ah otii.r -,,,,. ??a win be swept ofl the
rtecka In another t??" ?e*ki t.. make we:
I'r?.i in? national game Mosi of the .ii?.
ii.-m.i- will i"- used leven da? ?? ? ?reek
Hu?! ?ill it'-, oiiniiu'lal- tin?.? or l.'irr
m uns a day.
UT N G I
un
ANOTHER PATIENT OF
EDMAf
Benjamin Temple Expires in
Four Weeks After Treat?
ment in Mount Sinai.
HIS CASE WAS FAVORABLE
Brother and Friend oi Turtle'
Gcrir Discoverer Deny He
Received Injection!
Army Burgeon Silent.
! olio? n
???-?:. II ? ' ? ? ' ' I '
Krledi edm
? .
noun? ????..- i ??? ?i m
mot I of patients I
Berlli ?? ' lelon ol
.... ? i , .. | j ? i
snd M ii Im Hospital ?
i'., njamln Ti ?.nlcr*-d M -
ir., pltal Mar? i II ami s
? ? i ? ,. . , |
li<* develo?
dl? -
D . Arthur '
Marr; ; njai
thfi turtle
^i\\g\\\
I'rovtd?. li?
li
';
? . .-ii
.?i ? ??
.. have
f much of l ' ? "''?
. | -ak nU treateil
un?J -' "" "" ' ' '
' t*
. .,.. i who had '-!"! "'
.,.,.. I iltation lh<
i it m l I ?' ?' '? P?t,( '"
... ,i been en ?'
? |: ? . ! !'
Second Patient to De.
-, , Mount HI al Hospital pat?? ni
i ?ered from p limonar: tub o n ? ??
crately advanced end bad s tuber? uloti
?.,., joint Hi ??? HI ' ' ''
?ccur among pat-???' '? ' ' ' Dl
i ,?.,,,. ? m un ;? i I. ipervbrton of th?
jovernment phyi I? Ian , Chi Mar? h !l
Professo I * '"':* " ''?'"':' ' '"' '' '"
j Reue* im Hospital s rea da: r-ftei I
|,,, r>tuient by Dr. Friedmann fo s tu - r?
eular b*?m
i?. Ostrander ? cas? s/as lino? n lo m
hopelei d howev? r snd no iljmlfl ame
. ICBed to th? daath s led to
t,,. )? ri?tdmann treatment.
Th?- case of Ti mple, al od I j
II was pointed oui bj s pi
?etched th? **** **** ?' v ? '" ' ' '|,tf' "
,n? ,,. th i '"" *** ** ' "'?' ?
' i. it wai pointed out i
had the Erladnwnn r? roed) rail? ?J to ? n
tb< lesion In the tuber? ulot wrl
? d not prev? at? d the < ? ?f lbs
0( th? badlll, which Involved
,.'.' ',...... snd '?'" ?P-nal cord
Army Surgeon Silent.
i trthur >' Btlasson the toreramenl
?J^n . ;,, .. ?. charge of thi go ?
nient in?Hiln? to ?*o
..,. m vl< "'' "f '? *t** ' ictiol
SlSSSiHaij aft Tr?
oral opin- '" " " ' """:~ ,*
C'.rTV^'^ '" "' ' ,M*
at the W ll" c'"" M"
:;' " . in ,.icctloti nith th? death of
?rhoM condHlon remained neutral
\?wlMn1*?r?*M . rb? the
. ? . ?. nl ?. ir? I
m*n,;;..i21.?? cd ? ?.y. ootwtth?
" ' " ltl. .t. I ??.un? em? nl of
' ,,,,.,?,?, lhat his remad) a is ab?
I ir 1' ril ?III"*'1"
, . , hannletta, *i'**1 bUrayt nous m
.vi-itdi aarm?
r, I '"i
I
rat d?
:
? , nil
.
i ,i city tu
Rallli i ?
ng foi
'
...- [i i . ..
. 01
?
Feeling that I
:
FRIEDMANN TO TEACH
OTHER DOCTORS TO-DAY
Will Instract Four Rhode bland
Pbygiciaiu in the Um of Hi.s
Tubcrculosi.s "Cure. *
!' .,? ..? nci \. W.-ll Krledri li
- ? lr?icl four
1 land ?!<? lor i i" n oi i" ? m ? ?
f i .,!? ii i?. l'lai i
cure t will be t
|0 I" I"!"
...
I? t d by D i
I ' V. I I"a .-?....' H ? .-;,!,?
ll ll ?I. .1", I" \V. ,. gwim .
. . . ,.,,r- i 'i.
1 Is making i tm: I) Harr
Il iperint? nd< nl ol the \\ . i
I'.ni i..:?.. I. ? atortum, ? '?? r? Dr. I
runt eral ?.a?
'? ??> . ind I ' - W ? ???? ,. .,. ?
M 1.1 'it t ?> I '. i... ? ?? -
\ la g. i.u ,'?? i i pstiet i * ? i ? ii ?
t"'la !?? in. Kriedmsnn, Among them
Mi Pophle Berger, who wa
have th? i rum si\. h t.. her in
i ?r t-rt<
sulked on ? utchea ?'him ahe rlslted New
I Yorl i ? indei -" I t attn? nt, bul t..- ijj
? -,' .. able i" walk ? Ithoul .-. -.t..
\> hile ' a " "t the pat!? nti pa d i ? ' rl ?!
: mann I.ifter he admlnti tei ed Ire t?
. th? o.. t>" pa ai the i ? turn i 11
! ,,t a | atli nl who ??"i n? I hat i mone;
u to *.. home.
; Th-- m ??! path nl to r-?.' ;i f?ss In i
I ciyjiil i S? '? i "? k womsn, ? ho
i- ited thl .'i: ng and a ?
Ir, a? ? .n from Con i?Kti it n? t
,.- the turll? er im She ga? a
I '?
-, ., w ,,,;., ket Medi?-sl a. i o la ?
en'ci lain? 'i I i Priedmai n l?vnlgh(
I-1
er of th? '.li'ii'-"
? ?',',- ?
. i i ?
i
Dr. ?ber
' , for th?
I ., , ?
?, ?
? , a ? i I?. Illl
. , ii, littler If tl?. ?... ? i- i i
? . i ?. \. 11 or,
? -
REPORT ON^CURE" SOON
Fublie Health Service Nearly
Ready to Give Verdict.
? !.
ft * ? ort on the
.' I <r F* i , , a- ?.
.n
? ? I? -i- i i: ? Blue, of Hi??
Public 11 call h 8*1 ? ?? ,.,!|,,v ing a ? are?
Passed ?- liant
i. \ ? ? . . A t thur
?I. gill ?? B '? l.aal. ,| I.
?| . ? to wstch expet
th? I ? ,,'?'? ?' \? hether
i m i ermll I by the
? ??? ? gsg in Inter?
tai? ii -H" - m i,i :? it Is, the
..? . -. ?. -.?? v :M depend on the
? ?
nt l.a? ? ?; ? ;, ;.; the
? ? ? i ? .? rtt of
t:.. ."rom in? o its?t ", the in
I quiry t;. rn Iclan hsve
.,; tfsfied v thru? n
sboul . ? i isln i Im ? "' ' i? pro r. em?
j p?o i .i bj Dr Fi 1i Imai i.t ll I
Ile veil il., t. t a 111 : irnish ample proof
.i ,. , ? ?Ise ol the ? a
_
CINCINNATI BANKER INDICTED
___.
i Many Counts Again.-t Former Fred
dent of Second National.
April IB.? Elm? r i. i lall
breath ind ? 'list lea H Dai Is, each for?
I tnerly president ?>f the Second .National
met nai , h d to-dsy by lha f? d< ral
? ; Jurj There wei e tw? nt? -? I |hl
counts In th? Indlcrtment, fourt?*en charg?
ing tin:Utppll? ati'di of find.-, teten 1?! |
. ntry an.i ? , ?, ?,>, traction. All had t"
do ?Ith th? i "t., a- Johnson C*balr Corn
pan , "f s hlch i 'a i v .. i director, ??ml
? i-1 it is ? hsi ii?-,i, oi redrew t>> the
amount "f tti.'t II SB.
11, ore i; Co wa at one t Ims ?? di?
ii-. tor of tl" beeond Kations! Bank, which
m ... completel; reorganised a :?i"' or
more ag
H Al?man $c Co.
FIFTH iWtNUC? THlltTV?POUIITW and tmi-^ty-f.fth cTRtrra
NEW YORK
THE ALTMAN STUDIOS ARE! PREPARED TO
OFFER ORIGINAL IDEAS FOR ALL KINDS OF
INTERIOR DECORATIVE WORK. AS WELL AS
TO PLAN ALTERATIONS AMD IMPROVEMENTS
IN THE EXISTING FITMENTS OF TOWN OR
COUNTRY HOUSES.
?Prno?) hxUriare.
Redtern
the corset thai makes
Parit look to lier laurel-.
Lightest in w e i g h t,
niosl supple in boning
authoritati\ c fashion
summed up in --'?c word.
Redfern.
Found whern all f cod .. _ ?..-.,,
conn, art ?W. $3.50 to $5 5.00
- ? Bros. Co
? ?-??? Torli -Chi? .-fj -.?" I * ' o
VICE INDICTMENT TO-DAY
Blanket Accusation Expected
Against Four Inspectors.
ROBINSON ORDERED TRIED
Judge Scabury Fixes Date and
Burns Detectives Will Guard
Talesmen?Hartigan Loses.
A i!.??ih?-t Indictment charging sx-In?
?tpecton Huseey, Murthc Sweeney and
Thompson with conaplracy i? ,-,u--t..i
'??-?J.l .* . ^llTi tli?. ?T|-;i-:?l jur- lira's th?
full stor ??r ho? Edward .1 !?tewetli the
i.iv*.?',- w in? handled the Map "silence 1
fund." plotte?! with certain members of
th? "8>*atcm" to keep Sipp from t?*?-tif> -
'?ihrr witnesses will be George .,.
. . ii'uu vi Mrs. 91pp - ... loin
Thomas Walsh, Mn W'aJali and tho nurse
who attended Walsh during his UFneas,
when the conspiracy was l.einc iwh.^<?
Th? Inspectors airead) im*. iipen In?
dicted !??? ???'??:-,ir; grOWiltg O'i? of tiicir
aUeged grafting, and ss the Indlvtm
?anticipated will charg? 0 s miad- - ?
ntannor, District Attornej Whitman wlltl
trj 'h-* four together on the conaptaacy I
count Then he plai to tr th<-in on I
s'iin.-- ut the iri.iny Indictments.
The dats for tin* first of th? 1 tais of the |
alleged grafting policemen \*-a.s ?et for
ii.*\t Thursday by .lui??!''. Beah i . In the
Criminal Branch >.r the Supreme < ourt,
a hen he ordered the <-.-i ie of Patrolman I
Thomas F Robinson begun. To prevent]
an] possible ntfinpt or Tammany and I
tii<* "System" from tamp? ring with tales?
men the District Attorney nrl ? ngage
fifty Burns detectives, snd vigilance uill
lot be relaxed until .- verdict lus been
returned.
These precautions In the Robinson ?.-a.v
--.. ? deemed necessary beca ise thi "Sys?
tem" tried to put ;i rambler on tin* Jury
thai found Patrolman lohn .'. Hartigaa
guilt' of perjurj.
Ilartlgan's application for s certificats
of - .i'ii.i?? ii<? ii.i v.-?? ?j? ni?-?) y-?sterdaj
Supreme Court Juatlci Plataek. An
order f?>r v.iiati?.r' the si-iv \*a-, en*
? ?'.-'. The ??i'.l?*r- lu.'i not reached the
? ?Ti?-. of Sheriff liar burger up to ihr clon?
Ing hour yesterday, ??m the Sheriff yni!
hi would Kr.iiit no favors to Hartigan,
but Would rush him to Sing Sin-.' the itio
menl he received the order, which he bo
lleves -sil1 be to-da:
Hartigan, who ?.i- Sweeney's nght
liand man was ?** nten?i*ed to not 1,5s than
tv.o years .I sis month?? and not mor?; I
than t'?.-. years and sis months. I
PSYCHOLOGISTS IN CONFERENCE.!
1 relegfai ? ' '
MHdi.iovMi. Com . April a>. Bxperl-|
ineiitHi psychologists from many of the
universities and .-?ellegas ot the Baal art
n itl ?adanes here el the tenth annual
confi rence 01 their organisation as the
- , : of Weeleyan University. The ses
?lons t??-?ia. were given up to reports of
ecent dl coverlee Profesaoi Hugo Mua?
I of Harvard. wUI lecture on "A
\;;.. . ,,t Mind K^adinij Power"
?,. ... ? ?
o
BURSTING BOILER KILLS FOUR.
r A| ril 10.- Paar man
were Uli!? ti to-da) b) the explosion of an
into is bollttr at mm of I ;-* plants of
the M lore Ice Works here
NO SWISS NAVY FOR U. S.
Actual Sea Duty Requisite for
Promotion, Daniels Insists.
_
HIS POLICY PUT IN FORCE
Potts and Andrews Transferred
to Battleships ? New An?
napolis Head Likely.
Tl - Trillin? lai;
fjjayahliigion, April i??.-Tin- B?cretery nt
th?* Navy ?Jcii:uiistrAt?d to-.la? that
ares In . - ? i in Mi i.p Isred policy to
r*-'j'jirt actual si-a ?kit? ol Sevsl ?'fli-.
In their prssewl tr.:<i. before promotl
to the ,i?:?t. and b) so doing bbbJs ? ?
the prospect of more or itiM momentou?
-,-?*(. ?n the ?jiitio? or the commis stoned
personnel In th?? urn;* intuir, :itii.nr; th? .*
being the probability of .1 oew wpsr!
Irndsnl of th" Naval Academy sfter t ?
does ?ji the prcs?mt academic year, *.ti
Jure.
.-' rc-ta'*y DaaiOla dSBBOnstietSd i.
parpaos to adhere ?o his ennoun^sed policy
by orderim? Captain Tcmplin M. I'"':
now .il?l f-cr PSISOIIIISl. and ? 'ummantle
ri.iiii? Andrewa until meently eMsf of
navigation, to asa "to demonstrate their
liti*if?a to perfora ?h" BBS dutJsa of th
advance?) grsdSS," is n condition nr? i ?
dei.r to their advanernern to th, BSXI
higher grad?-i
Ueny ofloers ale affected bj this de?
termlnstion, among the mo?! notabl
heii?**- the .-?iipennt'n.Jrn? of the Navel
?.cademy, Captain John H. (jihiH-nH. who
no pas duty ni in- present
grade end who probably will cocae tip for
promotion io the rank ?.f ira* admirai]
within the nsxl two -reara This fact. It
?? predicted In the department, wilt lead
to Captain frinbons asking an aasignmsnt
to -<"a duly as soon .'?b li' has closed th*
??.orli of the eurrent academic ?ear at th
Ifavel A?*ad?nny.
Simultaneously ??.itii tbs ica4s.s?rtion of
ii.? policy Secretary Daniels to-'av Ol
ijrr>4d ?'aptain Potts to the Louisiana and
?Commander Andrews to the Montana ll
the two sfllosn, who have been ??xamiiie?!
for promotion r?. 1 r I h*u hern reported Io
be ejiaiifire! prof?*?slonally, physkslly an?!
morally for promotion, dsmoastrste thai?
fitness tot conpnond st bss?ai no on??
SoubtS tliev will ?th?-*?-- -??ill be prOOMtsd
r.> ?u vatajioios which ocenrred on
March H last "without dstrhiisiH 10 ihei.
1 laces on Ihe list of OBSCSIS of the n* ?
SOCIirdlng to Mr fhjnlslB 'aptain Poll?.
by tl*" nay, has already had ion nion!l'c'
sea service In the atrade of ?aptain. Com
mandsr Andrews has beso ar sea only
two months sin ?? he attained his prese ni
srad??.
in transferring 'aptain Potts t-> -
duty Secretary Daniels announced that
he tind aslsctsd Captain Henry T. Mn><\
commandant ?if the Mure Island N..
Tard, al ^an rraitcisoo, for his Bid to
personnel, to BQCCecd ?Captais PottO, ?an
tain Mayo has had twenty-tk ee ?? ??
.??.prrienee in the various gradea of '
Borrico up to his present rank, lie made
a favorable impression en Secretar] Da
ids ?m his recenl trip to Washing-ton In
regard to the controversi over the s
oiiini-'idation to makt? Mar. Island B
second class yard.
It is intimate'! b> the Serreta' of
Kavy that he would prefer thos ? "
who have not had Bu*"*k*tenl sea duty In
their present ?.Tad'-., t" a-k t" i ? lent ta)
ira on t'i?ir motion. Instead of leaving li
to him or to Ihe aUI foi personnel In
sui-Rt-M or order it end ll Is expected
that numerous l*eO*BeStS for SO Ign
inents will follow.
Bsoretary DsnJsls*s deels ? >; ?"
that ofTl.-rrs corriitii; up for promotion
?'-hall have had suilctsnl Bee servie.
the grades from Which they are to ','?
pr??i..ote<l to Insure beyond dOUbi * Ii.?
the-, ,,re fully qualifie.; a-1?) SXPerll
at sea to perform the ????a du'.i-? Of th? ,
n?'\t hij-hr. gTOdOB
u ?Aas recognized thai Mr. Denials ws
timing at so-called "SWlVSl ?luir ofll
cerrj." and his action to-day va? sei
wholly unexpected.
The Country
Bed Room and Its
Furnishing
A KIN to the lavender-scented
* ?? fragrance that greets the open?
ing of some old-time Linen Chest
is the memory of the Country Bed
Room with its quaint furniture and
pleasant hangings of Mower-be?
sprinkled chintz.
Prom our Hampton Shops come
the Reproductions of the Furniture
of Colonial times: the Field Bed?
steads of Mahogany, for instance,
with their canopied tops and
fringed net draperies; the pedi
mented fall-Boys, the Low-Boys
and the slenderly graceful chairs
which serve to add a grateful hint
of older fashions to the Country
Mouse Bed Room.
THE GRAND RAPIDS
Furniture Company
34 and 36 West 33d Street
BctwtO Fifth Ave? and Broadway
New York
HAMPTON SHOPS

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