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GLYNN AND OSBORN
EASY ON BOSSES
Murphy, McCooey and Mc
Cabe ?Escape at State
Committee Meeting.
GOVERNOR PLEADS FOR
A NEW CONSTITUTION
Chairman Attacks Republicans
and Progressif/?*! for Opposing
Proposed Convention.
?? ? ivitl !? ? ? ?! ex
I * Murphy, lohn '
*? * ,,;.. ..i..i
H-Kt? ii?~'l i<? th?
n and w ?
n- m i hairman, . ? I
f thi i >?
, , . ?
. ?*. and
ommlt
: retint
? .
??- usboi m '.? .? ? ? cl M irpl . M<
Tammany
i .
i .v- tWO
?
* bo pxci
? ? .-? Repul?l ? the
, ' ' ' ?
?V .
?.. ? i two ?peak
. i.- Tammany I in''
_- ? ..r iii.? ui'in'i meet?
\i: \i ? i roadl] and re
?
? I lit,. * ?? t of thi ?hint h 1 ?in?.
\v? i? iplifter? all right."
... , : . and Mr. Osboi ?t arei ? con
? ? ? by almos)
?-? mi.i n and -county t halr
.r the RM ?
of the l hes w.is to
. ? to get a full vote
lion i?? I??- h? Id in April to ? I
? on ven
tata < onstll nion.
Murphy Aids Y. W. C. A
? ?? ? ??.?*; the 'I .? 'ii
k< d to contribute I
1 " -i. "? ?mei \ o iiiti?m
t -.i i?? Mi- ? M Turner, one of tii??
? i? who an - to rala? 1100.0 O
foi ? ? it ion her* Mi, Mui phy
. ni* caught him
? - ndinc over the bills.
? ? - bol ween i he ? ;??>?? ?
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES.
Announcement of Public Sale*
11 I Ml
Anderson Galleries
sciond Section ?if the Inrballcd
Collection of Lincolniana
tormed h> the laic
Major William H. Lambert
?>r 1'iiii.iiiiiphiH.
ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION
from Wednesday. March 25th.
Proclamation ot Emancipation
signed by Lincoln: Thirteenth
Amendment signed by those who
voted for it; thirty-four Autograph
? Lett<tra and Documents signed by
Lincoln: three important letters by
Mrs. Lincoln: leaf from Lincoln's
Sum Hook: two hundred photo?
graphs: an enormous collection of
medals; many interesting and im?
portant Lincoln relics; scarce
BroadVides. Pamphlets, extra-illus?
trated Books, and other great rari
| tics. Tins part of the famous Lam?
bert Library will be sold in Five
j Sessions, beginning Wednesday
Afternoon, Ap-.il 1st.
Library of the late
Prof. J. H. Alexander
of Baltimore Americana. Many'
' i
volumes oi Travels, Local History,
and scarce works on the Indians.'
?To be sold Monday Afternoon and!
Evening a::d Tuesday Afternoon,
March 23d ai.d 24th.
Art Collection
Formad by the Im*
Countess Von Zeuner
o( Berlin, Germany. Chinese Por?
celains. Bron/es. Clocks, Ivory
Miniatures and Carvings. Limoges
Enamels. Laces. Fans. Vestments.
Rugs. Tapestries, Mirrors, Antique
Furniture, and Drawings and Paint?
ings by European Artists. To be
on Public Exhibition from Satur.
day, March 28th. To be Sold in
Six Afternoon Sessions, beginning
Monday. April 6th. and Two Even?
ing Sessions, April 7th and 8th.
ifther Imporianl Announcement* I ?1er
C?t?l??fucs I rcc to Intending mgfttt
Anderson Galleries
\n?l?-r.<,r? \ii, I i"ii <?.i??|i;in
M?.|r?|>. IM in \ ri *>f rlBtl?
?
\. ?-. *t <?rU.
. ?
OSHIMA
ART GALLERIES
14 Went 40th Street
NEW YORK
? ? ? pening in I ?? s
? i ? u.? l
l XHIBITION "i
Early Chinese and Japanese
Paintings, Figurinesand
Sculpture,
PO 'if :. '" I?
: A I ?
?? ? -
Peach-Bloom, Jad?*, Crystal, Ll<.
Antique Chinese Rugs.
, IL APRIL ...?
IM Mur pi wa i ? Governor
? ?'i th" hotel lobby ;" i oon Mi
a landing at I cou
d 11 a - . rim
exchang? miles
?.ft? ? ? m? etlni . "-?ter
h\ M ? ii|.,,.,?;,,, i ?
- om i y "Charle
i ? ? ??
th?- . haii man Inl m
The Governor i del whal
? *, ...,,.., ,| . on
? ? ti? ti M uch - ' ,...
.....
... ti." oppo*
...
? t would cost
? ?.
[?articulai the
would mi ve
ten time t he ci it of I lie convent
t hr<
In ai gulng aginst t ? . ?? | n of I he
i 'residential elect ?
it Governoi ?? ? ?
. , . ? . ?
it Ion were vot i on, 01
. ? : .- . . ii . i) .... i...
C.ills Woman Suffrage Fact.
Taking p the con I s r?
? ? | ? ? i,.. . . .mu ?i? flared thai rhangi
?ut''''' .. ? ?; ? ? of t ??? o' o
? ? ? ? ? ..i;', .on ii' i ?
Woman aufTrag tance, he
..-. ? ., ?
nom?
..I :? I H: i t . ?
?? oil'. ? iked to pa i on, and dec?a i ed .
all of them wer? .I
? onsldi i . The o hl? h h?
.- .i w. re r? i ii i'", of i he mann? : ol ?
? . t h? busin? ' offices,
F canal ? anal :
and highway improvements, changea in,
ihe state 1 I itlon, !
' onv i > atioti of "the :' ? es, im- I
? :n highwa* affa '???. ??"man suf? j
? ballot home rule, ?ap?
portionment "t' *.? embl1 districts, reforms
ervlci reform*
pai 'ion?
'The ?;,i.. m'"- ?? speech," si I Mi ? "?
born "_i\ ?? -^ ua courage foi the fish'
? i. and, do not be <i?? ? i\ < ??. there will
be .'? hard fight. We are .-.ii practical men,
..? i ??.. know we have the jump on the
Progressiv? and th?' Republicana at p''
? ?
"The Republicana have chosen to.?
and thi i o-called Progn wives I
i?ia?i? an : ma ?ne: spectacle of themeelvei
,..., net 1 foi ward mo* ??
ent 'it? onl>
? ? r | .. ' , an ? we shall win.
"We w ill ha? <? ! := I ? I I "dat. ?. foi I
rlegatea to thli invention continu? I
? hail mar. ' i nai i? s Oil the ?
? fail will h< lp. We are all ;
.- the ' oi ? olidal on, str? ngth |
Of ti"' I X
i many croa'd wenl ba? I on the |
: ii tram. Mr. Murphy's Walk t"
. , -. ? . itep aside '
and wat? h the pro? 11 ?lor In the fron! '
rank waa the Tammany chief, flanked on
hi i ? !,!? ut? nan Go ernoi Wagm i
and on the left b: "Al" Smith, the Tant
many lead? r of the ? ? !'?? '^'?'?'-I
them ' am?' Mr. McOooey,
and Cull? n, Eugei La b P,
II. Mm pi. Tamman; I? id? i of 1 he
.. and leiser I ? 01
- ? '
Th? i lieutenant < '"?? ernoi. aftet
. . ? . . oi t ???.,?"? on board,
to th? Capitol I; en Mt Os
boi n also wcnl iseted ?arlth the
:. ? ? My two houi s "We dii
iaai d i u ' mattet " lhe Gov?
ern?
BOLTERS ISSUE DEMANDS
Party Reforms Asked by Con?
necticut Republicans.
, Tin '-I
\. a Ha en, Mar. h 111. The tw nty
five bolting Republicans, who met at
lin- H "t"1 Tn ft here yesterdaj In accrei
ronvention, demand, II was learned t? ?
da). thai the part ? sei er Its alleged
relations with the New Haven Railroad
in legislation, that M ceas? making ma?
chine nominations befor? state conven?
tions, and that It Btop the nllcc-d im
proper use of monej In the selection of
? ? from ; h" small to. ns of the !
state.
The r? signal ion ol J, H? nrj Roi a -
back, of ? 'anaan, i hairman of th?
central committee, will '?? asked, and
?' ? nomination in thi autumn of Ev?
erett J. Lake for Governor will be
' re? d.
Set era ana who have been
Identified with both the Republican and
Progressive parties were prominei
the con* ? n( ion In I dina I ?". l telmar
?'reft and Prentice W. Chase Rollin
S. Woodruff and Henry Hall wen
? ' also.
WANTS WRIGHT IMPEACHED
Representative Park Accuse;
Judge of Official Misconduct.
Wai gto , " I.?A demand I r
the Impea tice Dai lei Thew ]
W nein, of the I ... rt of 1
i ? . . iras mad?
R es? ntatli e Pi
... ? ho chai g? ?i th" i . _?
vith being
.| ?? ? eramentall) unfit t" '
n .
.t:on off"re.,
M Park was to the II?
t con
Hllllll.T '
? II ? -on,., ? . ,
M i ? ..--.. i
the form of a
?t * pported i affidavits
ol Mr. Pai ? ? -i .m
I of j . Wright I hea the
GETS "WILD OATS' ALIMONY
Mrs. Lcavitt Takes $20 a Week
and Lets Husband Sow 'Em.
Klorei '? ? Leavltl is
il i area It P l.idelphl fam
eriio ? t in
iffli
m n . e Court 1 Rent
In o|
'
. ?. || Gilbert
... ; . lO gO
Hi?- stage Mi
....?' "... and .i ? ?
' ? ? ? i ??. ? a mon
?
of the ai
i
el :. ? .. i ,. I. . , . ? . , ...
.-.??? .
?
' ' ' ? ? ? i
? i . for Ml
'
? h<
?.
J.ut Mi I anvil I dl(| ii i J
i _, ? . either pi o_ u It ""
)?'< K
i ?.-? DE l'EN I'I? ?N
??i ?'? V ( >ME
i
COURT AND DETENTION HOME
DE LUXE PLANNED FOR WOMEN
\. w Building on Sitr o? Old Irndcrloin Station Will
Replace Antiquated Quarters, Scattered
Over the Citv.
i ??: ? ? ? home i
i.. t ? i . * >'
? ? Bixl ... Bevc
,,\. i ,. , ? . i g terda
: *. i :
tring ;itt? ntlon o Ital on, fire prol
tlon. ' ? ? matters the < on n
.., . ,j f ?.? .
the mo**l
Citj . Ill fl n|.
the ?tat
?
? * ' building ? ?i! be r? ad
? ? ? i ?
Thi ' ?
: Mitch? :
I'onim ? \
\:
'? Bol ; ' * *
foi ? ?? Ftoani of I
1 . trato ?!
?
Minet ': I * i ..
I?. .
Mit Da aid cstcrdsy
..... ...
',- erected on t
?>!?i 'i end? rloln ?tat
! ' ? ' :? Iffln a \\
So. .TO ' ?
Will ? ? - , ???.'?!.
"Th< - * ? Irsigned I.rn
? -? ndanl upon
? ?. ? 11.- r? t ?. ' ? ?
aiiiJ ?.n .fined in ti
?
.pcc-iall ?ii" ??t'l
WAIT ON LAW. SIEGE]
DEPOSITORS T0L1
Asked t?? Not Accept l'art Pa\
ment Until Whitman Pro
coeds Criminally.
s ' - ? ' tor? who
?', \\,. i ? i esterds?
? ? "1 . ?? ? *' .-,
... tor pat
their ? . til D trict Attoi '*?'?
man hai i eded crlminall: I * '
lohn N ? " *
? i of I ton rot *: *
ho wa ?ur< I i? i moi e ? han i * *,
? * . ? ? talned
\ r?solut!? * ulated fot
. ? ging that tin prop? rtl? ? of th
?. . ? . ?old in sepa * - * *
?timulate bids.
The meetlt
-.*?,. -? ? th itr? ??? ha1 ? been abandone?
and Ihe depositors ?rill gather evi F
ighl : : I' .??:*? B? hoot 27. 1 * ;
? i ? Hint Third svenu? \ meetlnj
called " ?... ?
?or T? mpl? Ka I ' Ith ?tr? ? t.
Bo?toi Marcl I - ? dit?
of the Hen - * ? * of I
were granted to-i
dend i James M. Oil
Th?
tor* numbei ? rhe trust
; .n irfini : ? sal? ? * asset1
and it ted tl si ?unt will be In
.. ? . th? * ??*...?
. .. ? ,. i?. ted
NOBODrsTAUGHTER'
INSANE OVER PAST
I act Thai Rich Couple Never
Legally Adopted Mcr Blow
to Woman.
mit, N .1 . Mar? h 21 M B? a
?i, e Day, rorty-l hr? ? ? ?? ? Id, who
hoi mind Iront bi ? oding over ' he
i']>. !.. lure ' " wa - not the I? pally
*, | -.- daui : - : Mr .?i. i Mi T
i... . . i \ - 16 N'"!"'.i av?ni"j Bum
mit. hci r i ??:.".! to?dfl
? . * i ? ? ? i ' . ? i ? .. ? \
: ? mold .ti 11 i ? i
at ? ..un? ni tli.it tli?- llttl? I ri "is !?? l<?
. _ .,i i ? : ? ? da tight? Ph? 11 ?
i ? ?*..'?
:i Daj
Hi her lost Bh?
th? n I? ai ii'-'i had been I? -
???dial o took a
i.,,.in In " * i otn? ? I Mi r ?* * ;-*. So
, i. ti I .nllBst, and I
m. m;.? ? . I .i
Hummli church
Mi fi..- ti Id ft ion? B kn ?*?
: dllni ??'????*.. n
? . ? Bhe failed In
li .l i''? i? untjl hi ?
.... I. . .| !,
?.I?!?-.
. ? ? . . , lorn? its
.- ? t , ,. .i of dati ? *? ? ??"
billty of dial I t offet
? i hai d.I <
?. ?. Mi
McAncny, and II *? agreed that th**
bould conta - tra
? ?. i-omen wll ?th adminl
; ion d? PB1 ' oo ? ? -. pi ovl I
-" i- iporar del in Ugn
. ?? .. ... tenl
itrlct for w ami n
"The magi trates' ? In?
?
? nn home and the
.,?,- th? Ifth
.. * * I . - * ?
. ? ? cell? ?und the
get of ? omt ??
and tho I " -
? fs and
- ?... I ' i i '? ?
it I
Ivewa ? ? ? * to ?
""p. .nii.iiii. the courl ioom.
The ling? r t" Inl room also ? ? 1 fter
tion i ? ?? ? Rill 1 ;
group that I ?-? . e of I h ? In ??
quires.
"The building will bi
constructed of brick s'lth trimminfi of
otts and ton?* Ho irrange.
in. lit.- Will I ? fl.B, Wil
: . (op
floor v be the taff d th
*
jiou
MRS. MARTIN FEARS
"TOMCATISM" ERA
Thinks Feminism Will I free the
"Lords of Creation" Into Fur
ti\e. Homeless existence.
Mi ? fol ' who a as
i| * * : Beatrice Fo Ri ; ?
.
n.- ... ? ? .. , . ,*,- I
of a that I
for wo nan'? domii stioi ? isfol,
would i" m -m era of ' torn? at
th? ?,..r]ii
"Man. once thi ord a ? reatioit - s
?aid, "a ill be 11 duc? d to the l l oi .
i tat? statua ??? th? dome rtl? ?t? i ?
feminism, m it? is I fl i i
serted, would make th? n in even le?a
??i ? ? Il m th? i?. ' ? .?I It Would
? oui of the bom? entin
"i n.it-r th? new ord? r man n i
.-i fui Uva ? tence. wit o irga
tion t?. homes." ihs added "He will b,
ili drone i th? ehivi The
? i tie hive will be I i
BCl I ...
-i.
I ? ' ? : i ? ? . .s n
ord? r to esti
political it dep? nd? ?.? ? It ?t ?age
that
flnall) sll ??? ? . .
tnd in it
exual ?n
depeudenci ;? ? -,
what do ' * ?
.: married :. lh<
?
Mi Mai
? ? :?..? won?- *
ured her frot
horns bj telling er that she a
everyl ? t, with ? iman
part
1 ? the onl; work foi wopiai
bou ni up with h? r alt? i th?
The g n Is tin .
ization of life, th? dlslntei
home a nd * ? t? we must i
?vir?-r!v ? sit * ? B OI Bgnl n I '
MAYOR EASY ON EXCISE
Inclined To Be Liberal and Will
Study the Problem.
Mayoi Mitch? I a I t ?I *
to detet ? ? of
plac? that hav? ippll? .- ?
H<. nssa i !?? '?? II ?:? ??> Infoi n atlon
. onfld?ntial se o? ? -? si ?' ling him to I :
.k on iha poll? ? ' '? M"* laj thai
Ma or ?rill orr.er to the p? Hi ?? In |
: ? i ,:i i . !?.rk. it is undei ? food
The Ma ked yesterds I ha i
? (.;' liberall | I ? ? s
"It! i . he replico
. . ? . on and I don'l a ml lo ! ?' 'I
up no 'ih? ? i no h'ii i j about ?pp
log the cotimltte? I
i hsv? i..ni ? chana t< iha
JOHN JASPER TO
GET A NEW TRIAL
Philadelphia Bobs Dp with
Plan io Out-Dickens
London Next Month.
MANY MEN
TO BE IN
OF NOTE
THE FARCE
Not To Re Altogether a Jest, as
Bernar?! Shaw Persisted in
Regarding the Other.
. *
Phllad? i, Mar
Is n Drood,
: ? ? ', ' ert?n. In 1 ?on?
do * ' ? after s ensa
ipe I iT'l a hat'.") j
ghl ? ? ??
? trial will h. h< Id in this < it ? undei |
ti o the Dicki Pell?
01 , pi '. a th an .i:^ t ' - il talent
istlce of the Btat S ; r? i ??
? two former governors, a hall dosen
oi -n 'i ' Jud| ei of I?* al eon . ?re of
? ? n ol national t eputat ' I
I | rs. surgeo
snd lit? ? ? -
eputat
Sup em? J n will
.? e.lll
leij Vttorne* t ieneral Bell and
ttt? Common Pleas
? out Congressman George Graham snd
p rclval Woodli ? '? counsel for the
defence,
The will he .ira\??ri t .-.?m jthls re?
markable panel: Mayor Blankenburg,
t" T Bj it? ibur bank? r; George r\
kins, traction ?capitalist: Joseph licCall,
? ?? tridty capitalist .lohn Luther Long,
a-ithr?- nnd playwright; John B. mm?
ter, ? Owen Wlster, stlthor and
traveller; Flnley Peter Dunn, humorist.
rjeorge Ade, humorist; former Governor!
Vltacker, i": le Governoi Stuart.)
h
Mon ?s .lastrow, i oil? ?.?<? p
?** ' im, '! Ildi ? pi. dent ol th? I
'.? ig io; lo'cn Mi Paddei . wool n
Nathan Polwell, president of the Manu?
factui ? i l*. Hopklnson Smith, au?
., | artist; J. Bolls Cotu n, l?sadlng
\ J i irexel Blddli. the K? v.
I" Ployd Tomkins, Edgar Smith, pro
? . ? ol the L'nlyersltj of Pennsylvania:
?,,,. g w arton P? pi ? ? lawyer i ?ean
William Draper Lewie, and Cheeaman
dent of Girard College
The Philadelphia branch of the Dickens
Fellowship refused to sccepl the London
??trial of the famous Dickens character
. . ? elua ? i Bui to hs re another trial
? ? ;,:. ne? ? si : ? : er to escape and
t it lasper obligingly did He II? d to Hum
countt ? " to fall Into the hands of the
Philadelphia poll? i
Th? n it was thst luentlal mt (
the i ? '.. Fi lloa ihlp made o? ert
lo tin luthoril who di mand- |
? '? extradition of the famous crlnri i i
Th? British courts finally consented to
I .!,. ipei a d? ai '?-' ??? i h to he tried
ai im? ? in ourl snd |ury.
\ ?,, to the trial ? 111 be h< Id her-, and
? - ? flforl made to lOlve the great ?
mj eterj of D ' alf-told tale a hlch
ha. been a fs imong
i : letters all th? years S'os
? ocal Dick? ?? it Dick?
the world over, ivi.
the verdict Jabper
?? . ? . irhlch G. Ber
Shan ?4as the foreman.
J. ? 'uniming Walters, who ? ose
? I that the main ob?
' ..r the trial ??' aa d? tente.;. 11< ? -
-.un?.] . . ea On? waa thai a cer?
tain aecttbn. Including Bernard S aw,
persisted from first to las! In treating
the trial a; an unadulterated | ' I i
d rca. a as th.it th? real Issue
? eoni ? i i.".-ai Dicken lans quite
with Mr. \v ait? rs, and t ? . ire
plain.in-, to conduct tins nea trial on ?? i
. ntlicl? differ? nl I
CHURCH AID COMES QUICK
Two Checks Bring $11.000 for
Rebuilding Montclair Edifice.
Montclair. N. J., Mar? h SI Two ch
one foi I ?? * otl er for M.0Q9, were
. . red to-da ? tl off! of th I
? ongregattonal ?hureh as cnntnhutirins
?., a t'nul foi ? Id - th? edifice <h'
ntroycd hi leal night, with a lo - of
l_00,oor), o-? which there was about ii"'\'v?i
m sur. m .
GARDNER CAPTURES
BILLIARD TITLE
rakes Five I lours to Defeat
Brown for Class A Ama
tcur Honors. .
ik Edward \v Gardner live hours
i' win the ?'la.s a t i : amateur balkline
billiard championship al the Amateur
Billiard Club las) nighl He defeated Mor
? ' Browi i th? i lay-off of the tie for
the cha lont i m ore of ?"" I i
itel indoubti dlj thi long? ?
drawi ? I ? ' phj of thia
? ? ? ? helei a, it a .?> not a rthoul
- ? ? ? ? rid ulged I n i
? ?
At l ly-thin. Inning ?lardner was i
518 ? ? Brown's it'. From there on the
to get o i .me an>i
. alowl) bul sural] up on the i
Vrlon Club player. In the forty-alxth
innIng _. * i thi ? i ~ 11< . t
oi th? evening
PI '? w i?.. 'i a. waned till the lift: - ;
eigl ng Gardner at that point
la? i?' " ? ? i go out |
it? i ?? Bi era n made his last ai d
. ? ? i he ? o?'i mat Mied the
broug ? to ? - !?-?? t and th? n up
and cheering as he vallantl? pul together
? : .:, ?? ? I':.- n I ?
? ? ? ? ? est all ? nano for
that went **?itii it.
The ' who were fortunate enough * i ????
the finish and Hare were many At
t .. I? ._tii ?'t* the gam? sai.i il wa in?
i.."-i the?, had a en ni man? yeai
v?iih the title Gardner adns permanent
Ion ol thi troph?. ? he had won
a li , on it In i ?'"
i ha n man follonra
ii?,.'. ',.,? i .. ? .
l it, i . i . .,
' ? ? ! M 1
i. a h
? ?
?? ' i,
I.
'i
.
.... MO; ' '-? ? i
i .
in Hamilton ? I I
?? 1 t 111, " I.. I, S, 1]
1 II 3 1 .
... ... ? ,
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-
CASH BACK FROM LAWYERS
Court Bids Firm Pay $9,000 of
Fee in Robin Bank Case.
Justice Gavegan va? ted y-cstarda; ??*>
order previousl] signed bj Mm. confirm?
? | the repon or ex?Justic?a Ernest Hall,
is refi e, whlcl awarded to the law firm
? * Qlfferd, Hobba i i;?*-.??-,* $?-..-.., from
- ? ? ??..*. ? Northern Bank
The n on? * awar led *?*- si for .< - il ex?
The court ordered the a - to re?
<?????? - B ant of
Ba i. wit ? - from th* dal ? '
pa>menl 1 will be 1 pea
th? ? utcome ? ; ? hs *g? that
? i.e., it the Law firm.
When thr repet? of Mr. Hall cam?
onfii matlon, loi eph O. Robin ob? l
i-ted i tlon wa nads
the 8ta1 Buperlnl ? :
. laim of the la*a - lo I. 8
?hrn n quest!? a ose- title l.tain f ?
of the ftforth? rn Bank i snd
JUBtii ? i ?ai - - ? i said ' s d? sion -
I . ??. ..*,?? tlmon ,
i ...? ? ?? . was no
ord a 1th Iha I i
GIRL PAYS FOR BED
BY FOILING ROBBER
Given lodging in NetCOag Rail
road Station. Her Cries Rout
Cracksman.
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N'etcong, N. ?' ? ?isi 21. Han y \
|?ackaa inn ? tatlo* sgenl ?cov?I
red this I ?
t iiit; of th * nighl i" fore ' id pi e? ? nted ,
the ? ompanj 's safa ?? ted ?1
thlrt?r*e*vyear?o!d girl who li.??i n
her train and been allowed to remain *n
the atatlon all nisiit had frightened an i
-, man **iio had Jimmied .? window. 0
the change from ;? telephone ? ol machine
wa? miaaing,
The girl, "ho said she waa Helen Meill
and thai shs lived in Eastern Pennsyl?
vania, arrivad In N'etcong venter-lay to
geek work here B a applied al several
pi.i. .-<?. i-'i? waa aaful Bhs th?n
?ip.-i?)rrt tu return to Bran? hville
When she reaehad the station, hew
ever, she found th.it the last train
gone, Bhe secure? pern
? ?? thr ftation, Bhe soon went to
i . orn? : and kn? ? rtol hing uni ? ? I
n as .'i s ;i I-. ? tied by I i f a man I
mo\ ing sboul the room, At his attempt]
lo for? ?? th<* door of th? ? - ?' she
imed Th? Intruder warned hei '??
r\C?-*l> ', .
Th? * ? - to and her s<
became so violent I it l ?* robber, ?
ing thai he would <li -? *??? ered, d
parted.
Allen r*" ?ded I e - I ? Ith break
to Branchvllle ,
TAR FOR WIFE DESERTERS:
Ten-Hour D^y Making- Creo
soted Paving Krackc'-i Recipe.
II is .'?.:? thai the v l-son?!
well's island will And *
'compelled to work making creosotad I
wood blocka foe use ??n tu? brldg? snd]
Ing work
? ommlssionet Kracke of the Bridgi De?
partment .... ?? ?-I t'. M..- "?? Mitchel '
the ? stabil ent of su h .i pi ml on
Biker's or some other Island under th?
. diction of t he i '? pai tm< t of < !orrec
li<~- has suggested t ? ' lioner
Davit of that department thai . <??? pris?!
? i in i ?
n\ ?-? about ITS big
Ithj men op Blacl
ted their ' i and child
said ' 'omml ?aloner Davis. ' N'n
I give mc great ire I an to
? ? m work, ? ?? * hard i
? ' K" t.-) -?-.' them ten
hour? s da? Th? i make CO
.? ???*.! , which ' " .:?! b t
I-, , iir ?;? v -,
Commissioner Stockton Quits.
LTnltea Btat-ea i "omi * -???? ? '.. k
Stockton, of .??ewark haa forwarded
? -pial to the United State
? 'ourt, t?? take elf? ct Ap
Thla action waa taken I e-1
? ? ipl of ;i Int? i- ft "in the I nil
District Attorney, J Warren Davis, stat?
ing that jurisdi?
der i - ',',?.- eut .i? ? iiH'i
fi rred from l nlted Btat? * i mis?
sion? n t" the ?tat? court? [ ?? el ?
iv ill ruf .i u i, big loi in revenue for ;
?*ommts.??ioners i?ih?-'
REPUBLICAN CLUB
STUDIES GEOGRAPH.
Possibilities of Trade wi
Our Neighbors Outlined
at Luncheon.
REPRESENTATIVES OF
MANY LANDS TALK
We Should Send Them Our "B-?
laundered Statesmen as
Exhibits," One Sa>s.
The Rei .,?.,,
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"'" " ' M - ?" '?'fur- ?
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.mbassado R* . .
Shernl ...
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Consul G Q -., .
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ths Lx ? of th? relattomM
' ' ? ? . and Hie aSUtk;
tari ??
lov* i ??? ? to oi daaea i
fag i
and don t d? Pie sie. in m I ?
? expect ui ' i
like growi upa
Mr. Bacoi ? sd fragt a. ?
th America .- p? .
!"? th' ? . ?
. i
avi
.Ion earning < t
nesa of th? \t ?
v. es Ith, tl
lo? si patriot itlea sf Us
"To - ? ?
ist know th? >' ? *
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Fore the au
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the \
Buenos
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riicre
.
South Amei lea ca
: dii | ao?t ? ?
laund? ?'.' ' oni !? rsoaaHtham
exhibit
SUSPECT POISONED WINE
Police Investigate Deaths Fol
lowing Brooklyn Party.
Krank Senior, of 1
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m Mahot ??: ?
died i
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Where
Should I Buy
my Piano?
|M this dav of many claim'? Mid
confusing prices, this in ? onbrnl
question. .
And yet the very firsl thought ol
nine people ?nit of ifti is The
Sterling
Piano
Compam.
Why?
Nol jus? because thia is Brookiyn'*
iicsl Known Piano ll?usc l?ui be?
cause ??ver half a century of success?
ful business lias permanently estab?
lished the indisputable repuUtion ol
our product the absolute ivhab.lii.
0f our prices the satisfaction ol the
highest type of expert service? and
because this is the beat place to bu)
i piano.
New Pianos at $195 up
New Playerp??no* at $395 up
Used Piano? at $95 up
Weekly or Monthly Poy-ienU
The Sterling Piano Co. J
Manufacturer. Sterling Building N y
518-520 Fulton Street. Comer Hanover Pl.c^Br^oklyn^^^

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