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rnlilnrt Rllnrl Officer and Senator Senatoriili rnlton
iili 111 and the Ilr Tariff Tall Hill 11 Twlni TwlniVASIIIXOTOX Tlnslmo
VASIIIXOTOX slmo April Apri 17 t The Gridiron Gridironi
cial dinner tonight ht in honor honorri
i tiShaila J hall a spociil Rp < tnl
ri 11 tVR thp President Prlsidenl of oflho the United States 8tt3 and andt an ant
t > nw n Administration In addition nrditon to torn toIr
rn > iili itlnt iit Taft afL nearly n < arly all al tho members membersf
f UK I h new n1 Cabinet t nbiwt some of the the new Sem Semt
t rs arid u 1 great imny other public men menvert menTho
vert present The fuumakinR began an anMHIII
MHIII 1 u the tlrst course cur was served lerved and andcinfnuod andpn
cinfnuod pn ntlduntil until midnight mirnight when the dinner dinnerriint dinnerfIII
riint fIII toiin to 1 end ltlt
11 principal entertainment pntertainment or the theV
V > MIIIR i was wasi a performance perforihnC by the Taft TaftHiMiiwkCieorflii Tar
HiMiiwkCieorflii H thlwkGeorlia Minstrels 1inltrtI white whitewho whitewhllrst
who whllrst Mrst Svo ne a big hip paiHide about the dln dlnr
r I riMim m Headed Hlaetd by a band hlme tho inln inlnir mlntrI
ir trI ls marchod laThfd in il acrompatiied allpnitd by l hOY8 hOY8n > oya oyaitintiR
itintiR n handbill handbl udvortiwing l lvlrtinp tin t hI > big bigKh
Kh 111 W The 1 minstrels were attired nttrd in industers
1 dusters dlter nnd white whitl hats and carried carriedimTilins rried rriedlmIha
imTilins lmIha After Afer the parade parde they doffed doffedI doled doledlil
I lil he duHters dl tcrs nnd hats and took tok their places placesInr placstlr
Inr tlr tltt > performance Members Membrs of the theliridirnn thelndinm
liridirnn lndinm Club representing resentng VicePresi VicePresident VicPresl VicPresljnt ¬
dent Sherman Speaker Cannon nnd the theivine theIne
ivine Ine members of the Cabinet occupied the therent thefrent
frent rent row while whie other members membr of the thecompany thermlany
company were massed behind them The Theperformance TheTrforrnc
rmlany masse
performance began with a touching bal ballad bl bllali ¬
lad rntitled Eating Etng Through Though Georgia Georgi or orDown orlmn
Down lmn Where the President Preident Chased the thePowiim theMill
Powiim Mill to Its It Lair Lir part prt of which went wentthis wentthil
this thil way wayWr a aw
Wr w larlslrd tht opossum pO lm that they took such lrb r rare rareh r rm
m ha haV h lr < 0 0w
V > ntrrannc II raDned < i watermelon warerton and a dish thy called calledhop raied raiedelle
hop cnUe cnUeVe elle elleWe
Ve ilnlnt Ilnl even en draw the line lne at allljator allalor Mrak MrakAs ok okle
As we le enl eHtlnj ellni through Grorcla GrorclaHurrah GrorclaI
Hurrah I lh Hurrah 7e sound the tubllee tublleeHrriht Iublee
Hrriht 1 I rabl Hurrah urrb Twassoraethlnr Twasmelhln llnr lne to 1 nee neer or orIut
> r put away three meals real a diy diyAn d dn1
An n1 l nmctlmes nmelmt three thr times lme three threeAs thr thrr
r As WT W irnt nt eaUnthrough ctD Ibrough OeorirU OeorirUTluro Gerlla GerllaThr
Tluro were wer the usual quips and jokes jokesrf
rf rf miafUrel liQlrel performances and more morefonps moreFon
fonps Fon The minstrel who represented representedSecretary representedcrttary
Secretary of War Dickinson told ubout uboutdead uboutdo1d
dead do1d literature lterture and related that the thedeadest thedalh
deadest t was Presidents Prlsidents messages He Hetold Hetold
told also I so how everybody eerbody thought Mr MrKoosevelt Ir IrJ005eelt
Koosevelt J005eelt had come back when there therewas thert thertS
was S an explosion of boilers hiers in Washington Washingtonthe
the thl other day The Oridironer who rep reprented r < IJ IJented
rented Speaker < r Cannon explained for the thebenefit theheueft
benefit heueft of the man who impersonated impersonatedSecretary impersonatedHecr
Secretary Hecr < tary Ifagel what an anomalous anomalouscondition aromaloul aromaloulonlltion
condition onlltion meant and Mr Ir Nagel said he heknew henew
knew new one oneIndeed on onInd
Indeed Ind d what is i it asked the Speaker SpeakerWhy Spaker SpakerWby
Why the Republicans Repuhlcans are going to topnts toral
pnts ral a I tariff tuif bill hi mid a Democratic Democratc Secre Secretary Secretar ¬
tary tar of the Treasury Treasur is i going to administer administerit
it i i iIs
Is Secretary Secr < tar MacVeagh a Democrat DemocratBsUed DemocratlIked
BsUed lIked the Speaker SpeakerHes
Hes H < s one of the th fiftyseven ffyseven varieties varietiesTH
TH P the response responseTo
To a I suggestion sU estion as to what could be berlirie bene
rlirie ne to I stop the the drain on the Treasury Treasurytie Treasur
tie ll answer snr was wal Ve might cut down downsecretary downIcrettry
secretary Icrettry Unoxs salary Iar some soie more moreOr morf morfII
Or II minstrel had heard that John D DHoikefell DHOlkfelI
Hoikefell HOlkfelI r hud said laid that that the difference differencelwtwcn dierencetwtwC1
lwtwcn twtwC1 the Taft Taf Administration Administrtion and tho tholKt tholast
last one IU WHS a the difference diflrenco between hetwten a arjtuoolOf af4IOOl
rjtuoolOf f4IOOl line and putting pulin oil oi on the free freelis freels
lis ls
What ha1 is ii an insurgent in asked one 016 of oftli ofth
tli interlocutor interlocutorA intrlncutnrl
A lt Hpublianwho publican who bites hite attlie attle Murdock Murdockppl 111dock 111dockp
ppl p lamous la quick scheme schemeWhat
lll1 tcltre tcltreWhat
What docs he h get ct out OU t of it itHia i
Hia picture in Colliern Colie IVcefc cekl a read readins r ad ad1t
ins 1t notice lotice in Ln LI Kollettes FoleteA magazine and andi andI
I i reputation putaton as 11 n I martyr martyrMr mlrtyr mlrtyrIr
Mr Ir Ballinger BalinJer how do you 01 like lke Cabinet Cabinetlife Calinet Calinethf
life hf wa wal asked askedWhy Iked IkedWhy
Why 1 seem to be making a hit hit The TheJrrlianp ThcJdlll
Jrrlianp Jdlll went ent 6n n the warpath as soon as
1 a r > umttd lme1 office officehy ofce ofcehv
hy d6 not the Southerners Southerers become becomeRepublicans becomeJppuhjkanl
Republicans RepublicansWhatsthe Jppuhjkanl
Whatsthe hts the use They can get et more morejnhs more morejnh
jnhs under Inder Republican Republcan administrations administrationsJV ndministrtons ndministrtonsh
JV remaining Democrt DemocrtThr Democrats DemocratsThere
There was wal a I song 80nl alwut Postmaster PostmasterG Post maRler i inpml
G neral Hitchcock litchcock supposed to be sung sungbv slng slngb i
bv b The The Solid South This was the thechorus
chorus chorusHi Cnnl CnnlI I
Hi I mi m sweetheart thert Im hlshcai hlshcaiH1 hl hcal hcalI
H1 I itri 0 Index Ir1r tolrt lolr me mt so solion1 I
lion1 fnD iei 1 Mryanwhat Ir n wbt 1 Impart ImpartI impat impatI
I r I ranki Hltchcosk Ilrhenok K I my sweetheart sweetheartTh sweflheart I IThp
Th Thp ood old minstrel Rong 80n wRocked wRockedI Rocke < i j j
In I the 111 Inidleof lrdl of the Deep was vn parodied parodiedT I
T I a dittx dil entitled Locked in a Pigeon i ihole
I
hole f nr r Reap I po One verse was as 111 fol folow j
lows ow i iLurked
Lurked 10dNI In n plcennhole pl rnnhnle for keeps keepsii ke r I
ii many a bill bi so kwcetlr hftj sleeps sleepsi sler slerr
r i in in the ttnrms tlrm ahont ahlnt It rave raveIinijst ra
Iinijst 1 ronijrc < rr < smrn who wont behave behaveptMiprlilion tehlve tehlveullprllon I
ptMiprlilion ullprllon for Sqiiedunk Sqiiedunkft S1eelnl S1eelnlIr
Ir ft itiinuKh tI1 wlillc hle It lit Ic In Its I bunk bunk1m
1 aim 1m and prarefjilly pelIIY It I sleeps sleepswurd slfep
wurd lln In n pl ieonholr fur keeps keepsAnother eep5 eep5Another I
Another song on told how the trusts put putIt put
It ijp in ttornoyOeneral torjGpneral Wickersliam Wickersliamto
to BIVP I iia ItL re re1 jt The whole company companymade companymrHle I
made tlu rho trust tru 1 say ay this to the the tune of ofhe ofli
K he i t Vi olil I li minstrel rin trel song Bid Us U Good GoodK I
1 mr i > rOTII nrzle rotnc or bid ble 1 Rood Inod night nightn1 nllht nllhtnl
n1 nil Ill fill fl our hearts with wlb Ireat < lrcAtl lrcAtlv
v r LIt now ni and anr lecpy ton tonorie tnnI
orie I ptt us I In oir Ilr llttlo Ilte bed bedIn hedIn
In thn Ih ioiirso tflr of tho th minstrel mintrpl show showFtfinr howFnr
Ftfinr llntitirino the worlds most mot HC HCiiplih IC ICf
f < iiplih < > d i ventriloquist mlrioquist spive a ve Vl 1 ex exHrnrl exrlo
Hrnrl rlo > nf f his hi r mnrkulilo shown howl with the thel Ihefl
l nf fl a fhih member ilrewed treedaJa as ii manikin manikinI
I J response r Ine tr II > questions from the ven vent ven1
t 1 thp Ihl manikin told tld how he had hadKti hadIIP
Kti IIP < > i tins rIIAJrlrichand Aldrichand explained expllned that thatiB
iB I rnpurii rpH1 th IhA Senate Other questions questionsIT queton quetonfrm
IT light from frm the Ihl manikin that that Mr Car Caripr Carl
l ipr i t ho Prosidents Pr idcnt secretary wun wunnrctv wal
nrctv Iflv hnky bopaus tp aul he had not been beenli heenIon
li Ion > n < l fiiriinything yet that thlt Secretary
M 1 Vir < r riifkinson likilfln wis WI a Democrat but butHi hit hitI
Hi i wnrkini nJkin lit Lt it much Ilch that Senator Senators
s i of T West e 1 Virginia irila had written writ n a apTprrjiiderit aI
> I pTprrjiiderit pPmideut Roosevelt Roo evelt which whichi whichwith
i liwrl with thf words wr > ls Hoping theHe
f H inn I will wil find fno you well wel and that a aiMiiT tLI
iMiiT I T liiit 11 inker wus WI something Aomethlnl nobody
PI p r in r rl > io hill hil find uvcrybody Ivprhl < Y tries to tointrodjcel tor
1
n tlr introdjcel llroJce I the Vhito
H w Mcompanlcd 1colpanlr by a milkmaid milkmaidM
R d M I i pjifcr Jr The Th UesP keplr r explained that thatf 1
f 11 of r the Ihp present Administration Administrton
10 1 a i Teddy Tedrl bear beir or a i possum pOlsum but butproduced butP I
P Plnd produced producec for fO the betretit helrtlt of ofnidniiip
> nidniiip < 1 From her pail pai the thl milk1 milk1I mik
I I i number nlml r of articles artlull including incldin j
I
iid t no bottle htle on which was wu > pasted pastedI paliedtfltirolill
I iwing tesfirnoninl tfltirolill from SenHtor l i
J i ivusad IKd this t h i medicine mfdidnf on the theI
1
I I nnd wr Yemoxed I0VP nil ni Payne from it itIctr
1 < A lottpr Ictr signed Ij nlr Seth Low Lowj
j < sed to Prpsident Prplident Taft Taf rend rendv reRd I
v 1 IP p you nll going Ioinj to do for me mei me1100n
i nlloon 1100n whtcH floated tontrlo to the thf cell cells cei ¬ i
s J < produced foru fd from the > nilk lik pall palli pa 1
I
i vrnliol 11 of theway the Senate would I I
r i ariff aril downward downwardI downwlrj
I mrintiire 11 lrtlr a < clubTnnmber cuhmmher imper
uxfrPlcent Prpsident Ca latro tro of Vpn Vpnirpearpd en end I
d Hparfd irpearpd and demanded remanded refuge refugeTlHnvl refupl
< TlHnvl lnpr that ho hiid hlir been bfen driven rriven
frrii fr 1 very pry country on the Ameri Ameriri
ri ntnont n llnl Th reis nothing nothinp we wecun wecunm can canMr
m > Mr Ir Caxtro tltro you must mllt go
I t Drpfident prlicfnt of the Gridiron Club Clubrcfiige ClubW po
W I Id rcfiige rpfljf cried Gitro a tro Oh Ohfi
r fi if this way responded the thep
t1 p iftheWWjUiHouseniooley rlh koll mooley Well Wellike Wel
t 11 ike car carof at tlie t11 cow c w So Castro Castroa eotro eotroatited
a rny atUfied atited led the cow out of
t limnc ln hall
hall
Tho T louiation 1ltiton of Oscar Oea King Kig Davla J2vl
Wahln JaihInston ton correspondent corepndent of the New
York Times and Thomas Thoma C Noyea Noye of the thoVSnshmgton thelhln
VSnshmgton lhln ton Evening Stir took tok place placeCuring pilc
Jiurl Curing a mock session of the United
J seion
Hjntes Senate Snate In the session B lon a message messageWOH mesae mesaewa I
WOH received recived from President Poldent Taft It Itwas Itwns
was written writen on a postal Jtal card crd and was wasvery wa I
very ver brief and informed the Senate that thatI
the newspaper lleWporr correspondents had ha been bn I Itold
I told to turn tur In their White House Houe latch ¬
keys that Senator Renalol Bailey Baloy nnd Tlllman Timan I
be requested roqlled to call ealat at the White House Housean Houlej
I an n they had not lieen there for several 8veralI
davH and that F H Harrlman was to be
I I a Whie hitd House F guest Ullt Tho message Wi con coni cn cni I
i cludod with the statement that ltlape the Afri fri i ican
can 11 cables lnhl were werp not working well wel and andthat
1 g te that tho tarifl tarinbe be fixed to suit suitI uit
I tlin Ih boys boysTh blYJ I
Th The two initiate ifilate were tied ted to the mes messago meHa 1
sago Ha tiy a piece pier of string Hfrins The Senate Senatewentinto Senntewent
J wentinto went into executive execltvo upssion ttlon to consider conlider
their nomination and nnr Senator lentor Bailey Bul y yI
of lexas roI who bos hl been complaining
complining
about the way the newspaper printed printedexecutive printedAXICUtV
I executive AXICUtV He Hoion sion secret lecrot rushed Iuhed < to u
telephone teh phole and began be an to read the text of I Ia I
a 1 now secret cro treaty to newspaper oorre1 oorre oorrespollllh
HpoiuleutH spollllh The initiate initnl had to answer j j
u 1 lot or < if question e tln > before heror their nomitia nOllna
lions tou were wert continued cCltrmet i 1nllhel
Another ndt Hlel represented Eliza EIa crossiiiR crosin
I
the Ih ice Slio he bore in il her hlr arms arl tho tht tariff taril I
twins > Maxiw Iaxil Mijni llm und Minnie llnni Mum M m und undwas Ind IndI
was pursued the Wolves Woh I ISKIIUIO
wal Jurul by Gry Jray of tho Ihil IhilSenu
I Senu SKIIUIO 10 In II conversation conentiol with W l the prw pn
drnit of If tho Oridiron ClubEliza Chlb EI said sid she shewould i
would l he > safe sfe if nlie reached roaehfd the other othershore othershore
shore where u kind gentleman was wait I
senllemun
ing The kind gentleman bad told her herthat herthat
that that if she he cuino cme genteman to him he would wOlld take takeeuro takecarl
euro carl of Maxie Jax Ie and anr see lee that Minnie was wassent was6nt
sent 6nt Ip a quiet quiet place where alia sl could cOlld be beproperly beproperly
properly educated educatedWho
eucate
Who is this tls kind gentleman asked askedthe aske
pentemn
the club president presidentNelson
Nelson W Aldrich was Elizas EI7s re responso repnso
sponso pnso as I she resumed the business busln of ofskipping ofsklppln
skipping sklppln from ice Ic rAume cake cke to Ice coke cokePresident ce I
President Preident Taft made a speech of course coursebut cours
but but under the rules of the club it could couldnot clid I
not bo reported reprted for the press prll He was wasintroduced
introduced by a song with thUchoiun thUchoiunCant thl horIH I
Cant we e mil al him Ulll UI now that thaI hes President PrrldentCnt PresidentCant
Cant we W call a 1 lilni Ilnl Ulll 1 now any nioref niorefAs more
As 5 we see St him biO rldlne rldlnl by with wll his II head held IIP IIPo II
o Hl hllh hllhCant h hCant
Cant we WI greet Irfrl him as In ilays Ila of yore yoreCant oe oeCanl
Cant we e stroke 5trol hi ll hand haDe and me say Hello lelo Hill HillWill Bil
Will Wi he ht turn lur us down and pass lIS5 us orr orrIs o r rI
Is I he h rrnlly 1111 quite Intent on 01 the Mister 1r President PresidentTell Irld nt ntTu
Tell Tu us cant we > all him Hill
1 r al 11 now any 10 more moreAbout morb01t
About b01t 200 2 persons prons attended Ittnd 1 the din dinner dinnr ¬
ner VicePresidont YicePrelidont Scott Heot C Bone of the theclub thlcluh >
club presided proide in place of President Pr irnt Henry HenI
Hall Hal who is I ill i Among Amon those tho who were werepresent wert
present preent were in addition Idcilion to President Preidenl Taft Taftwere Taf
wert r rSenliot rSnhor
Senliot Xaniiro X8110 the Ih Brazilian r7illn Ambassador AmbassadorGen
Gen Felix flx A Alnu nus of llalliinore lallmor Senator SenatorAldricli Snlior SnliorAldrich
Aldrich liaron Barol F Haymerle lamrle secretary of ofthe orIhe
the Austrian Embassy Emul lar Anderson AndprHol of ofWashington orWashlnRlol
Washington Secretary StrI r ItalliiiRpr lalilipr Albert IberlJ
1 J Hnrr larr of PittaburK Iilburl lolin Barrett Bartl director directorof
of the IJiireau Burfau of American Amercan Republics Republicsi HPHblei
i Charles O Hennett Bnnt secretary Iertar of the Senate SenateSenator SpnnleIlvlridll
Senator Iteveridee Ilvlridll Senator Sultor Horah 19rah Kepre Kepresentallve HIr HIrIlentllI
IlentllI sentallve llutler BilieI of Pennsylvania lelnrlvlnia Repre Represenlutive RprI
I senlutive Atnlale ellIr nlder of Xew YorU Speaker SpeakerCannon 8pakrann
Cannon ann on Kred red V Cnpent t11enlt p secretary ecfltary to tothe tothf
the thf President Prldll Secretary Scn Ir Carter arlr Senator SenatorChanibarlm
Chanibarlm Chambfrll Representative nprlpntatvt Champ Clark of ofMissouri orli
I Missouri li o rl Secretary DicRlnson litRlnson exSenator exSenatorJohn IxSenalor IxSenalorJohn
John F Uryden Irdpn of Xew f lerney Senator SenatorKlkins Snalortlkins
Klkins tlkins Kepiesentalive Hppeslntllp KitzKcrald Fizlfraid of New NewYork xwt
t York or T SI John inffney llnl 1 niled States StatesI Slatl
I I CunHul onlnl at Dreniien nrl dfl Senator UK ugpnhllr enheiiii enheiiiii
i Jiepresentative prtllnlativp Jiiernsey of Maloe lalo ex exi exSnalor
i Senator Hemenwnyof lmnwn of Indiana > 1ostmaster lotmaltr lotmaltrOnal
l eneral Hitchcock lilhlock KepresenltiriVH lich lichock Ilitcli Ilitclirock
rock of Nebraska Xbrka Itepreseniative 111111 al v Howlnnil HowlnnilI lowland lowlandlor
I lor of Ohio Senator Keun Kpln Ko Hodolph < tolplie Lemlneux Lemlneuxi
i PostninsterCieneral 10Klmaslrpnfral of the th Dominion of ofCanada orlunda
Canada lunda exKepresentative lxRpr enlatie Iittnuer Lilolfr of New NewI
I i York orl Representative pprtsnlath Iowden 10wdl of Illinois IllinoisI Ilinoi Ilinoii
I Ormstiy Mclinre lcllr Assistant 1111 Secretary of ofCommerce ort
t Commerce Iomnlrp nnd Labor Iubor no < ov Marshall Iarhal of urIindilnn
j Iindilnn Indiana Secretarj Vasel Iliarles arlp 1 n Nor Norton o oIon ¬
ton Assistant A Secretary Spfelan of the Ih Treasury TreasuryRepresentative rpasur j
Representative Hpprptnllt Olmsteil OII tt of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniai Ppln S I I I II i
i I Hepr HelTnlal < sentalive ivl Parker prkpr of New XI lersey the theRev theHp i
Rev Hp I n < B I Pierce PIPrcl pastor pasor of President PresidentTads Prrsidtul PrrsidtulTlft
Tads Tlft I church hlrdl Representative HppTstntlllve Rnnsdell Hnnsdpl of j I IIIolllalu
IIolllalu Louisiana R K larmni ln7in < Rny of St HI 10ul Iouls j jI
I lose Curia tlrlo Kodriaues Iodrllu of the Iht lornal tir Io j
I mrrcin mrrr of Hio J o de I Janeiro Jnntiro I P 1 Schwerin lhprin of orI I
I San Francisco rneco Representative HPllPfnti v Scotr I1 of ofi ornanas
i Kansas Senator HIllnnr Scolt ott Senator Htnllol Snioot SniootRear Hnlo HnloHar
Rear Adinirnl Admirl SinTry Hllrr Representative Htlrten < 1 I siev sievens SI SIns
ens ns of Minneola linnt ola Thomas ThoUHI J Steward StwLnJ I If Ir
f chairman Chalrman of the I he Hoard lonrd of Patent Ilt 11 Appeal AppealI 1111 1111fpnator
I Senator fpnator Sutherland Sut hland Senator Snlior Taylor Fred FrdI j jW
W I lpham of Chicago hl llo assistant a lstant treasurer treasurerof 1 raslrr raslrrof
I of the Republican HIPtbltan national committee ormlte Dr DrIeo DrLo
Ieo Vonel ogtl Swiss Minister lnistr to the I he Vniled tniltd tniltdI j
I Stales Thomas boros F Walsh of Denrer DerI Senator SenatorWarren SpnntorI
I Warren Wlrren AltorneyCieneral Itlre nnpral Wikrrhar Vickershnm j I i
Secretary Srrpllrr Wilson Wison and RepreoentativeYoung HeprppnlllveYoung j jof I IoC
I of Michigan Iehigan nnd the fowinir ro In from New NewYork W WYork
York o oeph eph C Ilaldwit laldl Jr Charles Ihlrls H I j I IBonton
Uoynton C II Castle Iallp 1 1 Addison dJi on Clark ClarkElmer i
Elmer Dover Herbert F Gunniaon GunnlAn Dr DrJohn DrJohn
John Allan Alan Harriss larrls Roy IO W Howard loward Ianier IanierMcKee Jauir JauirlcKee
McKee J Pierpont Morgan Iorlan Jr I H Nut 11 11tino i
tino S S Palmer Dr H I C Rises Iills Dr DrEugene
Eugene Coleman Salvadge John A Sleicher SleicherMorton SIichtr SIichtrlorton
Morton Vistar Smith Smlh II F t Spencer Spnllr J 1 D DVhelley 1
Vhelley lieorge L I Wilson Wison and It 11 I Wil Wilams WI
ams amsnoDitEn amsIWnlEn
noDitEn Axn II ROnnEl1 WH WHlurlar
lltirslars lurlar Wlio 10 Oote on Steel Door Doorl Keep lffP lffPCartm
CartlnR Cartm OI HT ttic 111 Illcliardson nlclartson Silk lk lkTwic
Twice < within wihin sActy 8 tj days burglars bur lars have haveuattered haeuatered
uattered uatered their thfir way into the fortified forifed loft loftof loftof
of the Richardson Richardon Silk Sik Company Comp ny at at 848 848roadwlY
Broadway a i block away a from Police PoliceHeadquarters Polce PolceHedquarters
Headquarters Hedquarters and carted away thous thousands thou8and ¬
ands of dollars dolnrs worth of goods goodsThe good
The first fnt robbery rbber wa WI on on the night ni ht of ofFebruary ofPebnml
February Pebnml 15 Th The ° value of the loot was wasS361
S361 3500 The Richardson Richnrrson company put puta putI
a I steel facing facn on their door fastened fastenedit faltene
it with police polce locks and anr got ot new padlocks padlocksthroughout pdlocks pdlocksthrou
throughout throu hout On Wednesday Wednedayltt last bur burglars burIar ¬
glars Iar smashed Illhed their way through all al ob obstacles obstces ¬
stacles stces and carried carr fr off 0 goods 00d8 worth wor h S50 5000
I Both Both times timPI the thieves thievel got ot in from fromShinbone fromI
I Shinbone alley aley between btwfen Broadway and andLafayette andlfayete
Lafayette lfayete street 8treot On Wednesday Wernesday they theytook theytook
took every Iver piece of silk sik from a i long Ion I row rowof
I of shelves cases of silk Hik thread embroid embroidery embroider ¬
ery er silks Hils and ant machine twists twilt In all alli al
i i the loot weighed weiphed close coAe to half hlf n 1 ton It ItI
j I was clone up II in neat bundles two of which whichthe whichth
the th robbers left lef behind hehinr Then it was wal
i i carried down tho flro fm escape to the alley alleyfive Iley IleyI
I five fve stories 8torie below he low and hustled hUBtledaway hUBtledawayOne away awayOne
One of tho th official Imcal of the company
I IMld said yesterday that he was no critic of ofthe ofthe
the Police Department Deparment but it did seem seemtoo Icem I
I too bad that he should 1 have to be robbed robbedtwice robbedtwice
twice in such such a short time timeWhon tme tmeWhon
Whon wo reported reporter the flrst frst case to tothe j I I
the police polcl ho naid Hid they told us lS to keep keeptho
tho matter mater quiet Iliet We did so After Afterthis AfterI j I
I this tlA wicond lfcond robbery rohhAr they told tm 11 not to toisjiy
isjiy i Ray anything alx ahout > ut th the matter as al they theyImd they theyhar I
Imd har a clue cile It I seems Meeml to me however that thata tht
a 1 word of warning is due to pur fellow felow i imerchants
merchants merchantsTh merchantTht I
Th Tht polit police deserve deere credit crorit for discover discovering dicoverInl
ing both robberies rohberifs When wo got pot down downhero I Ihero
Inl hero in the morning moring they had hae our place placeboardod
boarded up and Ind were watching it I do donot
not think there there was any laxness on the thepart thepnrt co
part of the police olce But you seo how wo wofeel WAflol
feel flol If I thieves arc to break orel in here her at atwill atwi
will wi we shall hal Imvo to move out outCommissioner outI
wComri8Rioner Commissioner Bingham does roeR the thl best bestl
ho can with the men ho has Tho Thl fault faulti fault
lies leR with tho twAldermn Alderm n who wont wont give piVA us usmore usmore
more policemen pnlcemen We did not recover recoverany reCOVfr reCOVfrany
any of the stuff RtU that was stolen in the theother th thI
other burglary hurilar and wo do ro not expect expectto expec
to see one pennys worth of the last haul haulMen hal
Men In wore busy yesterday afternoon atrnoon atrnoonI I
putting putinp more iron facings and nd locks on onI
the doore dOQr of the Richardson Rcharrson loft loftFound loftI I
Found 0111 a TJurBlar DlrJlar at Her lr Iledslilr IledslilrMrs IIbldr IIbldrIrf
Mrs Irf Jacob Cohen of 107 William Wiiam street streetNewark streetXAwark
Newark was WI awakened curly yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymornilg
morning mornilg to find fnd a burglar bur lar going olnp through throuph
I the pockets PCkltR of her husbands hURhanrs clothing cothing cothingI
1 alongside alOllfide the l hee > d and the gas in the room roomturned roomtured
turned tured on The Th woman gave n I shriek shriekand Ihrick IhrickRnd
and tho tho intruder int nlier jumped ju mp < d through throu gh a alecond alecondftory second secondstory
story ftory window wlnrow to the roof rof of a I porch and anddisappeared anddisappelred
disappeared Tho police polce couldnt find findTho fnd fndhim
him The Cohens learned lernd that about about1S13
13 had been stolen Most of the money moneywas moneywas
1S13 was taken from the grocery store atre on the thefrlUloor
grocer
I frlUloor first floor
SALE IH H W POORS HOME HOMEELABORATE HOMEEIJnORATE
ELABORATE FITTINGS OF 01 THE THEBANKERS
BANKERS HOME ON VIEW VIEWA 1EW 1EWA
A Marble larble Temple Drought DroUtht With tb Dlfflonlty DlfflonltyIrom mmenly
Irom lro Home n me One of the Gem of f the theCollection theCoUrctonFne
I
Collection CoUrctonFne Fine Flemish Femhh TapratrlM TapratrlMA Tapttre
I A henalisanoe Rfnalianfje Olllnc Clnc ofInterest ofInterestTho oflnlrrllt oflnlrrlltI
Tho ho residence reidence of Henry W Poor on onCSramercy onramercy
CSramercy ramercy Park is il to bo open to visitors visitorstomorrow iitol
tomorrow and noxt day for inspection IDpecton IDpectonof
of the art furnishings fur 5hingH and anc interior deco decoI
I rations rton which are to be sold at auction auctionon aucton auctonon
on the following follwlng days of the week Ad Admission
i mission mlJion is only obtainable however howeverupon howeverI
I upon written writen application applcaton to t the sale mana managers managel
gers gel the American Art Association Alsocaton
i The Poor house IIol8e inside is l almost a museum museumwith museumi
i with the rich variety of i its furnishings futnishln8 futnishln8nud
and its decorations which
iI decortons wore brought broughttogether hroughttogethel
together largely larlelj by th < lato Stanford StanfordWhite SlanfordWhi
White Whi und put put in placein place in accordance accordancewith uccordancwith
with his hi ndvice and 1ld the taste and judg judgment judgment ¬
ment of M 11 Poor PoorIn
In the the great rrat dining room or rather rtlt in inan inau
an extension from froU it i constructed con8truetet ua ut a aconservatory I
conservatory theru tholt lian ha been erected erectedan reetedan
an interesting interetng marble templu templt which was wasbrought WII
brought to t this country counly with wih great gret dim difficulty dimculty ¬
culty H I is a famous fmous Roman work of ofthe ofthe
the twelfth tweth century centur and ad to get it out of ofItaly ofItly
Italy Itly it had to be shipped shippe in I iragmenta iragmentafrom Jmgment
from five fve different dilerent porta por It I is known knownas
as a the tabernacle tbemacle of San Sterano Ster no and andstood and18tod
18tod stood near ner Fiano ano It I Is about thirteen thirteenfeet thirteenfeet
feet high and is sculptured Kculptur of white whitemarble
I marble with wih n band of mosaics moeic in whigh whighporphyry whiohppbvr whie
porphyry ppbvr serpentine and other oher marbles marblesas
marbe
as a well wel as enamels have been unod The
late 9 G B De Rossi describing cecrbinp U8O it in the
Sulleltino Buletino di Arcfitologia Archlloia Cristiana in
Cr tana
1889 I8Q said id of it Few examples of such suchaltar Buchalar
altar alar tabernacles tenace remain so entire com comiplete
or
iplete and genuine enline to the very summit
i This temple and all 11 the other oth er r objects objectsj ohjltswhich
j which are built huit into the tl walls wals of the the house housejinust houle
jinust I mUBt be taken down at It the buyers buyer es espense expene
pense within a week w k after nCer the tht sale BII and andalready andalrlady
already architects ts have hUt been leading leadingclients 1 > 1din
t clients clent who have IIwe house house fitted fted for these theseelaborate th e
elaborate works to inspect them
felbOlote In tho drawing drawig room rom is 111 a very er beautiful beautifulceiling beautful beautfulceiln
ceiling ceiln of the Italian Itllnn Renaissance RenaillUce which
both bth in detail detil and in color lias 11m great greatcharm
charm In gray grv blue and old gold gol rrpat rrpatcharm and andold audold
old rose and some other color tones ton it itspeaks
speaks softly softy with its it panels pnels und deco decorated decomte i ¬
rated mte beams bems It covers coer the main re reception reI ¬
I ception room rom 50 5 by 25 5 feet and the al alcove alcove ¬
cove 32 feet feet by 5 feet fet 8 inches and in innineteen innmetll
nineteen nmetll panels puel8 tells tels the story 8tor of Cupid Cupidand Cupidond
and Psyche P ych with wih many figures tgurE and much muchelaho muchelahortion
elaho elahortion elahortionOrent ration rationflreat aut
flreat Flemish Flemi h tapestries tpstries of width wi th from
twelve to twenty foot fot are here her and ant there thereis
is is an exquisite fragment about 7 by 14
feet et of an Italian Ialan Renaissance Rnnissanc tapestry 1
in I tones of old olr rotw rO and gold of tapHtry brown brownand hrownI
and blue bluoan and silver siver There Tlerarealso are also French Frenchtapestries Frnch Frncht
I tapestries t 8tries of the fifteenth ffenth century in the themillefleur
I millefleur milefeur pattern pttrn Elsewhere is il a i Gothic GothictapeStry
i tapeStry tape of the the Crucifixion Cnlcifxlon and another I
j of the 1rr isit of the Mugi lgi One of the Gothic Gothictapestries Gothiotpstries
tapestries tpstries pictures n wrestling wretlng match matchi mntchwith
i with women looking on onIn ouI
I In the main hull hul is another panelled panelledceiling panltd panltdcing
ceiling cing taken from an old olt Umbrian palace palac
The hele8r lesser patiels are at adorned with ara arabesquesthe arabsue ¬
besquesthe bsue the greater ones one picture picure Juno Junoand Junoand
and a peacock pacock Apollo Apolo and Ind guitar uital Venus Venusand
J and Cupid Mara lar with his hi > shield Diana Dianaand Dian
1 and dog rog Saturn Saturn and ncytlie HCJltle Psyche PsycheMercury I
1 Mercury and Jove Jovej JOt
j I When it i i8 told that the catalogue con conj cn cnItain
j Itain tains 671 numbers numbr it i will wi Ixs neon sn that an ani
i I attempt atempt to go o greatly into ino detail dewi in de deHcribiug dethe
Hcribiug the objects that are lre to come comeI comeinto
I into the market would woult involve too great greatn greatI
n I tax on 01 space spnct and patience patienc Besides Bidel
i the theta tapestries tri there thereare are other othrbeuutful beautif ill tex texjtiles
jtiles te fher ora is furniture in much variety
I nearly all al of it antique and some ofit ofitImposing of it itI
unt
Imposing I 1 there are lre nigs nl and there thre are aresilver areIsilver
silver and Ind glassware and gymnasium gymnasiumlittingH gymnaiumfting
littingH fting > and ud outside the house hous there ther are aregarden aregarden
garden marbles marble All Al is to be b sold There Therenro Ther
nro colored coloret prints print and heavy mantels mantelsand mantell
and great Htono tnl doors and marble columns columnsandirons columnandirol
andirons andirol nnd bronzox hron and carved chests chestsliedtseads cho t tJrladH
liedtseads JrladH mirrors and curtains clrlaini even evenl eenIel
l Iel > el ropes rop1 of galloon gn lon j jfOH I IIOJ
fOH IOJ A L KfFICIENT fFIUIFT A 111 111Secretary lT lTrlrrtary
Secretary Meypr Says Sa It I In the thl He Itlt ItltIntlranc t tInsurance
Intlranc Insurance Against laln 1 Mar MarBOSTON ar arBOSTO
BOSTON April Apri 17 17ln In a speech before beforethe
the Boston Real Kstate
Real Exchange this thieeninp i ievening
evening eeninp Secretary Seeretal of the Xavy avy Meyer i iadvocated I
advocated an efficient elcint fleet t < et of battleships battleshipson batlshipl
on both bth tho Pacific Pacifc and Atlantic coasts coafts coaftsHe i iHe
He declared that a strong navy should Ihould be j jregarded i
regarded re atded as 18 the best insurance inl runce against againstwar
war nnd said sid that the Spanish Hpnlfh war cost costmore c08tl c08tlmore
more than half a billion bilon dollars dolars Eight Eightbattleships
battleships batleships of the Oregon type which ho hosuggested hesuggelter
suggested suggelter might mipht have averted avered the war warwould warwould
would have cost less than fifty ffy millions millionsMr milons milonsIr
Mr Ir Meyer said in part partJt partlllortunl
Jt is important lllortunl that we should IhOlld not force j
that Ilat while whlp the th e t peace societies ocet are nrp a power powertheir 1011
their chief value aile Is II as as a I formative rorlnll Influence Influenceto Innupltl
to stimulate HUmiiate sentiment lmPlt and crystallize c < llal7p i ipublic ipublo
public publo opinion acftinst Rlllnst the horrors of war warThe I
The really real effective 1flhc and honorable honorble method methodof
of avoiding avoiclm war Wlr is s to be b prepared for war warby W1rby
by the possession of nn efficient Imcenl tip to date dateand dall 1 1and
and thoroughly Ihoollhl equipped eClllpped fleet of battle battleships hii I 1 ¬
ships hl both on 01 the Atlantic Alanllc and the Pacific Pacificoceans I
oceans oceansOur Ollanl
Our officers omlr and men demonstrated demon tralt1 their Ih < ir I Ieniciency
eniciency plltpnc and nd the thE battleships their sea In Inv I Iworthiness I
worthiness v < rhln when they I made rad the thf circle drc of j jthe i ithe
the lobe without wl hOlt an a accident ncchlllt nnd anl on sched schedule Ichld IchldIle ¬
ule Ile of limt which hlch has undoubtedly IldolbttI excited excitedthe fxrled
the I h envy env of every ever general mernl manager lanalr of our ourtranscontinental nil r rIranconllntnlnl I
transcontinental Iranconllntnlnl railroads rIlrondl That fleet fleetwhich nll nllwhich
which Ims hl worked HO 10 well wp1 HI a a unit should shouldnot Ihol11
not not be bdlvhllr divided between the lit Atlantic Atantc and the I
Pacific Plci nut hiI our olr naval nlval armament armament should Ihol11 be beno
I no provided provilt for that eventually 1pntlaly we w shall hal have havea hacCorce
a force of battleships tmt lelhl I in encli fRh ocean equiva equivalent Iqllla IqlllaIlnl ¬
lent Ilnl to that which we n II w have hnvl in the th At Atlantic AIlalle ¬
lantic lanticThe lalle lalleThO
The ThO nau calI e of peace pfalf would wOlld have hRe been blpn ad advanced adII ¬
vanced vlln 1 eleven fleen years earl aito nlo If this nation II1110n had hadpossessed hallps1
II possessed ps1 einrht floht additional allllonai l bate > tteililn hIIH of ofthe OrIhl
the Ihl Oreiron Orpton or Iowa lo class 111 at It a II cst then t of ofunder orundr
under s y noonoo UoO Tim h amount nl0lnt appropri appropriated IIproprl IIproprlaled ¬
ated bv Ciiiisress Cflre at the beginning 1flllnlnl of the thewar thewar
war for national defence leence wa a JVwioo SOOnOOOlhl < m mThis
This lhl WOA wllntant Instantly expended ellelded In the purchase purchaseof UrchIL UrchILof
of yachts coasters transatlantic
alhl Irlnlatlanlh steam steamers slamIl ¬
ers Il reserve ammunition arlunion Ac c Tho hl total totalexpenditures Iotauplndltlre
expenditures uplndltlre due 111 to the thp war with wih Spain Spainamounted Hal n namolnt1
amounted amolnt1 to SOTOHdOJIB S 0IfOIR This Thil sum 111 wan wanI wal
expended xpenlltl as al follow rolo War Department DepartmentI
JS2IW833000 S I69 Navy Department ftartmnl Jlitfm Jlitfmj J II O Oi
4436 4 36 Philippine 1hll ppln purchase tnouoono tnouoonoPhilippines S UOO
Philippines Phlippinr IKIW 110 to 1003 O JlfWSVISIS JlfWSVISISTotal 8 8Total
Total S V 7OIOn > 1R 1ROne IROne
One must also a take into account the oc occompiinylng accompan111
compiinylng compan111 death roll rl and sick list 111 in inaddition i
addition addiion we WI have hRve paid pail in pensions on m mcount Ie IeeOlnl >
count eOlnl of the Spanish war ar about abolt twenty twentymillions t
millions miion of dollars dolar to date dnlp and anl heaven only onlyknows onlyknowi
knows knowi what wtlit it I will wi finally tnaly amount amolnt to The Thetotal Ih Ihtolal
total paid 111 for pensions penlionl to datn as 11 a result resultof rrlllt rrllltor
of the th civil chl war ar in over three Ihr nnd Illi onehalf onehalfbillions onehllirbilion
billions bilion of doliarH doliarHThe dolaf
The navy of the Inlted Inled States 811tes should sholid he heregarded h hrplardd
regarded rplardd as al an il insurance inluranep against aRninlt war and andthe anl
th the consequent conlellnt enormous lnormon losses 101 incident incidentto
to war but blt In order to serve an al nn insur insurance Inllr Inllrance ¬
ance It I must 118t lIe a I strong Rtr011 and anl effective eeclve navy navyIt In InII
It Is the thl cheapest Ihnpeft ard at1 best blt Insurance Inllranlp Jn Jnwljloh inwbloh
wljloh our Lr nation nllion can cln invest t Orrllritaln OrrllritalnI Ireat llritnln llritnlnwhose
whose who total value vllue in about Ibout sixty billions hllonA of ofdollars ordolarl
dollars dolarl expends nnnrally annralY on her navy nly 2 2per 2I
per cent of this thl valuation aluaICn France trnct with witha ih ihvaluaton
a valuation valuaton nf nearly lfarly fifty tHy billions blJon of dol dollars ¬ I
lars expends flpendf 1 3H 10 > per ei cent cent while whlp the thetnited thelnlt
tnited lnlt d Slates with Ith a totnl wealth nlth of a little littlemore lile I
more m r than Ihal one ont hundred billions hiloll of dollars dollarsexpends dollrA I Iexpend
expends but 110 11 of I per cent cpnf annually annuallyfor annulIy annulIytor
for naval 11al purpouen purpo el an expenditure Ipcndlture vastly vastlyless vafty vaftylesl
less lesl than that of any other nttr naval naval Power in inthe InthE
the thE world compared rOIJlred with Ih our resources resourcesA
A great navy Jav I repeat repllI Is 11 tho best hlt Insur Insurance Inlr Inlrnn ¬
ance nn < e azalnst lalnRt the horrors nnd expense Ixppnfp of ofwar orwlrhl
war wlrhl that the thp Inlted 1Iier Htntes Htlli can rln purcha purrhIAPI e eIt
It I 1111 llltlnl stand for peace pelCl while wi at the th same sameLime am amtme
Lime tme it will i be bf n 1 mighty bulwark hllwlrk atcalnst atcalnstany Itlw Itlwan
any an encroachment tnlroachmlnt on the tht dignity of this thisGovernment IhlGoverment
Government Goverment England once called ealtd her navy naY naYber J
her MV wooden woofn walls wal of steel Let Lt the United Unled States Statesof StatesMV
aa t j I
1
Sale of Houseurnlshlngs HouseurnlshlngsOrandmas
Orandmas Washing Powder largest package 15 2 for 25 25With 25With
With every ever purchase of Grandmas yvo e give I cake Gondola Toilet ToiletSoap Toiet ToietSoap
Soap free freeFairy freFair >
Fairy Fair Soap well wel known 7 calces calcesPearl clw8 2 Carbona Cleaning Cleanin Fluid nM nMAmmonia f > 1 n nnil I
Pearl Soap floating 7 cakes ckC S3 S3Iron 2 Ammonia Jjgal bottle botte H r 15 15Borax tr nil onIron
foatng Borax BoraJ warranted pure reg 12 12Boraxo 11 1 U UiQro
Wnjer and Cleaner 0 arante pur rg
Iron O7 O7Dutch
tnd 07 07Dutch
Boraxo perfumed reg 10 sale saleMrs sle
Dutch Cleanser Clener 3 3 packages packagesBissellH pckges 1 1 U > iQro Mrs Mt Pottos prume Sad Sd Irons Iron rg in sets s3 3 3Water 71 71IM 1 1Bsels
BissellH Carpet Sweepers 1 1Floor IU Water Pails PaIR Indurated Indurte Fibre FibreHair ibr IM IMCarbona I U UFloor
Bsels Floor Brooms Crpt reg Sweepr 30 sale saleWhisk 8le 1 U Hair Floor Brooms Brom long handle hndl Mil MilHoward U UWhi8k
Whisk Brooms BrooDs reg rg 15 sale saleDust le 00 Howard Dustless Dute Dusters DUtel Sfi SfiChamois 2 2IUHt
Dust Brushes all bristles bristlesClotheslines 24 Chamois < Cleaning Cn Cloths Cloth 1O 1O3Tap 1 n nClothtlne
Clotheslines Clothtlne IUHt 100ftreg 10f al brlt r 40sale 40saleTowel 09 Hle 311 311IS 3Tap ap A LabStains L tln Kpirit size B IN INPetennans U UTow1
Towel Hollers clean full ful width widthToilet 00 < > > Petennans etennaUA Houch Hoch fo tood sale 8Ie Oil OilNo nl
Toilet Toiet Holer Mops long 101 cean handle handleDish IS 1 No More Mor Dust Sweeping Sweping Powder 111 111Liquid I n nmlh
Dish mlh Mops best cotton coton reg rlO Ort OrtWool 04 Liquid VentW V IM IMKeggetts 1 n nWool
Wool Mop Wall Wal Dusters Dusterwuhahlu washable washableWool 411 Keggetts leggeUsJlor ntr Floor Oil Oi pint cans eI Ill IllTowel IUWool
Wool Wall Wal1ulter Dusters extra sixo sixoSortib 11 11IIS U Towel Arms enameled enameli rug 12 1 OH OHClothes n nSc
Sortib Sc uh Cloths reg 10 sale saleScrub lo IIS Clothes BiutkHht BIUklt8 family famiv sie 8i7e 411 411Ironing l
> lloth rg 1
Boards ft long lon 411 411Ladder U UIulh
Scrub Brushes assorted tlsorled alzva alzvaClotluw sl7 10 1 U Ironing Boardf > f
Clotluw Iulh Iins Pinl 60 0 carton reg rg1 H 07 Ladder Ladd Clittihf CIIlr hardwood 1lM 1lMWest U UWest
West 125th Street 7th and 8th Avenues Ay es 1
nESTVUESTElt JESTflFTEI BAIt UINNEH UINNEHWade 11lEI 11lEIWade
Wade II I Kill and J Adam Urde Talk to toa toa
a Choir Visible VisibleFor IslbleFor
For a time tme lost Ilt night the Westchester WestchesterCounty WestceBterCounty
County Bar Association Associaton ot its annual annualdigest annualdIgest
digest dIgest nt Delmonlcos sounded s like 1 < e a agiant agiant
giant glee club cub No barber barbr shop har harmonies harmonie8 ¬
monies were too close cose for those artists artiststo artst8 artst8to
to embrace embrce The diners diner numbered numherd nearly
300 300J J I Addison Young was made toast toastmaster toat toatmaster
master when it was wa learned that Frank FrankV ranky
V Millnrd linnl president of the club was too tooill tooi
ill i to attend atend Mr Ir Millord liar wrote saying sayingthat Kyingthat
that it was the first Ilrt banquet hanquet lie had hadmissed badmissed
missed missedThe missedlhe
The Westchester Wttchtter County Bar Br Associa Association 8ocu 8ocution ¬
tion had started Itluted the movement m ement for the therenomination thertnominalion
renomination rtnominalion of Supreme Court Justice JusticeMartin Justce Justcelartn
Martin J Keogh Kegh by uJreme both parties plrtiel and Mr MrMillard Ir Irllard
lartn
Millard wanted to see it carried Illrried through throughThere Ihrou h hThere
There llard was a fine fno cheer at It this thisJustice thiHJU8tce
Justice Keogh wasnt wasnt down fora speech speechbut
but JU8tce he had to make one thanking thankinl the thelawyers tholwn
lawyers for the good they had done him himToastmuster himoltnuler
lwn Toastmuster go Young said sid that former formerCongressman formerCongreman
Congressman Congreman oltnuler Adam edo of Minnesota Minnesotahad linnlota linnlotahad
had been put at the end of the programme programmebecause pro rmme rmmebeMut
because beMut he knew everybody everboy would wait waitto wai
to hear him Deputy Assistant Attstnt Lnited LnitedStates l nie
States AttorneyGeneral AtoreyGnerl Wade H Mhs Mhssaid EII EIIaid
said that Bede took tok bin hi children chidren to tlw tlwWhite tl tlWhite
Dee
White House lousl not longago long ago and saidr saidrMr sid I IIr
Mr Ir President Prelidlnt I want walt to introduce introdul a astring astrinp
string of Bedes BedesMr Bedfs BedfsMr
strinp
Mr Ellis Fl8 told of a lawyer attempting attemptingto atemptnp
to pans an examination examinaton who admitted admittedthat admited admitedthat
that ho didnt know much about equity equitypleading euity euitypleadinj
pleading or any of the usual things his hisprofession hisprofeslon
profession pleadinj is i supposed Buppsed totie to he up on onBut
But Im strong on the statutes Itatutes he hesaid he8id
said 8id Aak Alk me something 80rethiilg ulxxit the thestatutes theIttuteR
statutes statutesThe IttuteR The only danger in this case Sf retorted retortedthe retortedtho
the questi6ner is that the Legislature Legislatureis
I is liable lable to repeal every evr damn dlmn thing you youknow OU OUIm
know knowMr Im
ImMr Mr Ellis Els talked tulkfd about the th < business businlsl man manand manand
and the law and ad said sid that no duty is more moreinsistent moninsiltt
insistent insiltt than to establish estbllh plain principles principlesof principlesOfJU8tr
of justice which shall shl govern the truda trudanndf trndeun
nndf un OfJU8tr commerce commerc or the nation In his hisjudgment hil
judgment he hI is likely lk < ly to t l > e disappointed disappointedwho di8ppintpd di8ppintpdwho
who predict predict a retrelt retre t along alon the line lne of ofrailroad ofrairoad
railroad supervision by the Government Ciovernmentand
and rairoad ho is sUpriion mistaken who asserts l8crt8 that the theissuance theifuanto
issuance ifuanto of railroad ralroal securities tcuritieH is if none of ofthe ofthe
the peoples business businessRichard hu iness inessRthard
Richard Rthard pople L f I Hand told of the thp intoler intolerable inlollr inlollrable
able burden i 01 > f our code of practice practiceJudge prctice prcticeJudgt
Judge Judgt Charles M I Hough spoke Bpk of the theFederal theFederl
Federal Federl Judiciary J Adam Bed wild wildthat Rldthat
that he hl had hd no use for the statesman 8tlteKman who whodecried whodcrild
decried dcrild problems roblelnt for those thoe problems problemsrepresented problemarepresen
represented represen l progress The speaker spnkel was waswell WUI WUIwel
well aware that propeIR his Went WMtchHter cheater listeners listenerswere lltenC1 lltenC1were
were wel awnr those tho who were eternally ernalv leaving leavingthe le ing ingIhe
the thatre thtltre before the th last act so At Us hl to tocatch tocatch
catch their train He wasnt wlsnt going Joinl to torun
run the chance of them th1 having hnvin to walk walkout walkoul
out on him him8o o hed make malt his hil speech Kpech short shortThere AhortThr
There Thr waa a silent ient toast for mt mmhel > ml > en of ofthe ofthe
the association a8oeintiol who had died in the thl pa pll pllYfarEugpne t tyearEugene
yearEugene B Trnvi Trvi Charlie Chlr1 H Os Ostrnnder Ol Ollrndlr
trnnder Edward Wells Jr Dwight S SHerrick HHfrrick
lrndlr Wel
Herrick Hfrrick Svdney M I Wood William Wilam C CMains CMains
Mains and Charles M 1 Elliott ElliottAmong Elot
Among Amongthoe those at the the main table beside besidethe bsidetht
the speakers were Charles CharltH E Llttlefleld LlttlefleldArthur Litlfell LitlfellAthur
tht wer
Apaker
Arthur S Tompkin Albert Haight HaightJustice Haiphl HaiphlJuAtic
Athur
Justice JuAtic Joseph Morschauser 10rlchal pr Edward EdwardHatch Ftward W WHatch
Hatch and John B Byrne ByrneMAY Byrne ByrneU
MAY U 1 SAVE St1F VKir YORK ORI BIG BI MONEY MONEYluclpe 10E 10EIudll
luclpe Iudll Tompkln TOnpkln Cots Ulll lUl of CommlMlon CommlMloner COlml slon slontrl
er trl for Appraisals of l and > Valor ValorNKVfBiROH atut atutXtWllR
NKVfBiROH XtWllR April pril 17 JJudge Judge Tompkins Tompkinsrendered Tompkimlrendere
rendered rendere a decision here today tota that is isbelieved isblever
believed blever to bo a forerunner fornmner in saving savingXew in inXew
Xew York city ciy a lot of money that that will willgo wi wiJO
go to the various varioul aqueduct commissions commissionsif cmmissions cmmissionsif
if JO tho courts courtl do not intervene It I is il n nPutnam aPutnnm
Putnam county county case cal in which Commis Commissioners COlmis COlmistioners ¬
sioners tioners William Wiiam Henry Haldane Arthur ArthurM
M Canter and Franklin Frnklin Montroso lontro are in involved inohed ¬
volved 1 They had submitted suhmitter their first frstreport firstrprl
report of appraisals of real estate estnto values valuesand valueKnnd
and rprl with it a bill hi for fortyfour days at atS
60 a day and n lot of extras etrf which m mcltidcd mludcd
S cltidcd S3M for Commissioner Commisfioner Haldanefor Haldane Haldanefor
for reading sixtyeight pages pa es of 01 manu manuscript manutcript ¬
script scriptTho
tcript Tho motion to cut the bills his was nrguod nrguodbefore nrJed nrJedtlfOf
before tlfOf Justiqe JUi Tompkins on April Apri 3 by byIr hyMr
Mr Ir GardniM I f from rom Corporation Counsel CounselPcndlofons CounselPenrletJ
Pcndlofons Gardri office who CorpratIn claimed that thnt tho thocommissioners thocommisfioner
commissioners commisfioner PenrletJ ofc > had charged for days dayswhen tnYR tnYRwhen
when they they were wer holding adjourned ucJoured hear hearings ¬ I Iin
ings in s He took the ground round that adjourned adjournedhearings adjouredhoarlns I
hearings on the samo Hme matter muter should l II > n
held at tho pay for one nay u no le ni nilegcd I IIc
legcd Ic cd further fu that the commiKHionern commiKHionernhad olliKRionem I
had the tht executive habit and six or seven sevenhearings levon levonhelrn
hearings helrn 1 were held behind thind closed cotd doors doorsThey dOOIR dOOIRThoy
They thought thoulht it was nobodys business businesswhat bUHinols bUHinolswhat
what transpired there thrl Tho Corporation CorporationCounsels Corpration CorprationCounMIH
Counsels office om however howOer maintained mailtind that thatthe thRtthe
the commissioners tommiMlionerl woro woo not entitled entitledto
to pay for these sessions fionl The decision decisionallows clcfon clcfonalowl
allows but S I 0 for the reading rarinp and all cuts cutsoff tR tRoI
off alowl oI the other othcr extras Ixtras proportionately proprionately and andtops andtOpl
tops off ol thirteen t days pay pry at 150 a 1 day dayfor duyfor
cuys
for each commissioner giving ivinl them only onlyIhirtyonn onlyhirton
Ihirtyonn hirton instead inHItlr of fortyfour days daysand raYA raYAnnI
and nnI thus saving lavin to Now York atwmt S200 S200It 2oo 2ooIt < >
It is said faid that Ihat the courts curts propose to tohold tohold
hold these tbese commissioners in check and andthat andthat
that they they will wi not get let all al the fat feea they theyexpect theyex
expect expectTABLET ex pOCt pOCtTlnur
TABLET Tlnur fOll n NEW Vl VlU S
1 U A n Will 1 Oetoral Decorate the 1h HambtirK HambtirKAmerlcan lamblrJ
Amerlcan lrllln Ilner Untr Cilorn Joorsn Washlnnton WashlnntonThe WashlnJton WashlnJtonThe
The Daughters Dlu hter of the American Amri n Revo Revolution Revolution ¬
lution of New York State Hlte are to present presentto
to the North German Crrnn Moyd steamship steamshipGeorge Itear8hilGeor I
George Geor e Washington Washinptn a tablet in com commemoration commcmoraton ¬
memoration mcmoraton of the first frt President Prlident some sometime some sometme
time tme in June Iln A committed commite has hi been beenappointed bcenappointed
appointed to submit designs dli nR for tho th tablet tabletnnd tLhlet tLhletand
and everything O < rylhin is settled RetlNt except except tho in inscription inscripton ¬
scription scripton which the Daughters Iat hter do not notwish notwilh
wish wilh to compose compOe themselves They have havedecided have havedecded
decided decded that that no ono but n 1 great reat historian historianis hiftotln hiftotlnis
is equM eflml to 10 the task and they are still stillhunting sti
hunting huntng for fnl one sufflci lumcirmtly ntly fumous fumousTho famotThe
The principal ornament oramlnt of tho tablet tabletwhich tblet tbletwhich
which is to be of bronze is tho head of ofGeorgo o oOtorg
Georgo Otorg Washington in relief rolef On cither citherI
Ilide side of the head aroto aroto be placed tho eagles eaglesof oallt oalltof
of America Am < ricaaml and of Germany Underneath Underneathcomes lncomeath lncomeathcomt
comes comt tho inscription insrripton to be written writtl by bythe bvthe
the great historian hiltorian and below that will willbe Vii
be net let forth the fact 11ct that tho tablet hlet hs hsbeen hn
been h < en presented by the Daughters Uaulhter of tho thoAmerican tlmAmlrcan
American Amlrcan Revolution of Now York titate titateThe lle
The tablet tahlet is to bo placed pllctc on the right rightsido ri ht htRicn
sido Ricn of tho thp companionwuy nionwuy leading ledin up to tothe tnthe
the ladiea ldlc cOll reading rat in room and opposite oppositeIt oppsite oppsiteI
I It Is to be a replica replca of the stone stone which whichthe whichJ
the th city cty of Bremen Hrtncm gave to the Washing Washington ¬
ton Monument MonumentMrs I
Mrs Ir William Wiiam dimming Story Stor will wi preide pre preside ¬
side at the ceremony and Mrs Ir William WilliamTod Wiiam WiiamTod
Tod the Helmuth has ba promied promised to t be among
per
I Iixanlt I
IARK uiK AVENIE 1F1fF SlICIDE SlICIDEAlexander srIJ I
Alexander ixanlt JacobWho Jaeob 10 Couldnt Regain Regainllll
llll 111 Health Icalh Shoot Himself HimselfAtoxander Imelf ImelfAluander
Atoxander N Jacob 48 years yeal old a acigar aIlga
cigar Ilga salesman ee8man committed committd suicide yes yesterday yesteray ¬
terday teray afternoon afteroon In the Park Avenue AvenueHotel Avenue
Hotel Hotl by shooting shootng himself himllf through the theheart theheart
heart For several everl years year he had a dis distressing dlstliugfon ¬
tressing tliugfon form of heart trouble troubleWhen troubleWben
When Mr Jacob left lef his home at the theHotel theHotl
Hotel Hotl Colonial Columbus avenue and andEightyfirst andEightyfrst
Eightyfirst Eightyfrst street strtt yesterday morning morninghe
he told tld his wife that he was Wl9 poing poipg to work workloiter workLuterle
loiter Luterle he telephoned his employer Joseph JosephBerrati JosphI
I Berrati Brru of 727 East Ellt Seventeenth Senteenth street streetBrooklyn strt strtI
Brooklyn that he would woull be over to see seehim e ehim
I him on Monday About About 1 oclock ocock he heregistered hergistered
registered at the Park Plrk Avenue A venue and got i ia I
a room on tho thI fourth floor for About 4 4oclock
I
oclock a shot shot was heard hear and Jacob was wasfound I
I found dead in the bathroom sitting siting before beforea befor
a I mirror A pistol lay on the floor floorCoroner for forCoroner I
Coroner Harburger larburger found two letters lettersin letter
in the mans coat pocket One read readI ren renI
I cannot cnnot regain my health healh May God Godbless Go I
bless bl < IA Tny dnrliug rarling wife wifeREfa wifeREfaA Retta RettaA
A X JACOB JACOBThe JACOBThe
The other letter lete was a I will wi in which whichJacob whichJacob
Jacob left lef his wife 150 15000 in insurance insurancepolicies in8urnee
I policies polcit He also left a private farewell farewellwritten farewel
written writen to his wife on a postal pO < tal card lrd In InIhe Int
Ihe t ht valisti ulist was WIS his hi gold pold watch and a 1 gold goldlocket 10ld 10ldloccet
locket loccet containing tontining his wifes w ifeB picture pictureIsaac piotureIALc
Isaac IALc Ijvhmanu of the Colonial Colonil who whois
is Mrs II Jacobs uncle slid that Jacob Jacobhad Jacobhac
had hac been htn successful suctHful1 as a cigar salesman salesmantravelling allmn allmntravelupl
< travelling travelupl nil over ovrthl the United Unite cgar States Stte until untili unti I
i I a a chronic heart hort trouble became beame serious seriouswithin 8eriouswithin
within the last year yer He left lef the cigar cigarbuslnfs
I business buslnfs a year Ylar ago and opened a dress dressgoods drC
I goods fabric hoime houre at 41 Leonard lnrd street streetThis treet
This poo 1hiA did dic not pay and wa sold after six sixmonths sixmonths
months He went with Joseph Berrian BerrianA rlan rlanCo
A Co last It December DecemberRelatives Dttmber DttmberI
I Relatives RelatvJ of Mr lr Jacob JICOI said he leaves leve i ian I
an estate fllte of about SO 50000 He married marriedMiss marrie
Miss lis Itetta nota Lehmann of New Orleans six i iyearn ieahKn
yearn eahKn a go There Therelreno are no children childrensrnn chidren chidren5EI I
srnn 5EI ar I HOSE 1 VLEVELAXD j jiilir I
iilir and Miss I Anirs rl Seeking Srrklns to nlor Hrcover HrcoverDamage I IUalalll
Damage Ualalll for Trespass TrespassBELFASTMe Trlpal Trlpali
i BELFASTMe BEIFST Me April pri 17 1Trespss Trespass suits suitsof
of Miss li8 Rose Cleveland sister of the late lateCirover lateGrover
Grover Cleveland and Miss I8 Evelyn Ames Amesdaughter
I daughter dl ughter of exOov Oliver Olver Ames A mes of Massa Mas
1 chtrsetts chIAt against uguinst George M 1 Nowell Nowel of ofBstn j
Boston Bstn were wer to have been ben tried this thi month monthbut monthbut
but have hve been be n put 1lt over until untl September SeptemberMUM Sptembr SptembrliB
MUM liB Cleveland and Miss M Ames AmelBre are resi residents residents ¬
dents of Seven Sven Hundred Acre Acr Island in inPenobscot I
Penobscot Penobsct Bay the summer abode aboe of a anumber 1
I number of wealthy wlalhy families famile8 Miss iM Cleve Cleveland CleveInnd I
land demands demnds SIO 100 damages from Nowell Nowellwho Nowel I
who she charges let down the burs burl of her herHheep I Isheep I
I sheep pasture repeatedly despite her pro protetl I Itests
tests tetl and unllet let the animals animls escape escapeMiss
I Miss I A ArM men is Mr Nowelltj Xowel sisterin sisterini
i law but she IhI also ah wants SIOO ino She asserts assertsI
I that tho th defendant drove horses hOre car carriages carria
I riages ria and ant oven farm wagons waon over her
jlnwn lawn ami tore up the grass grassMr
I Mr Ir Nowell Sowel is travelling travtln gasf in Alaska Alaskaand AIlka AIlkaand
and bis counsel rOlnA1 asked lkt1 the Court Court to put putover puti
i over fer the cases A until unti ho returns retlrs in the
fall fall When WhP tho declarations delamton wero filed filedj fle
j in January the natives native of this section sectionand setion setionand
and of the thelland island in particular prticlar were much muchamused muchamuse
amused amuse and predicted preicte that they would wouldnever woulr
never come t6 trial but the Misses liic Ame Ameand mt
and Cleveland Cleyelanr paid pid a visit viit to their counsel counseli
i a I few days ago a o and announced their in intention ini
i tention tlntion of recovering announce damages damagesPASTOII damage
i PASTOII P4STOl BECOMES nFCOUES BOOKKEEFEn BOOKKEEFEnTlie nOmilEElER nOmilEElERThl I
Tlie Thl nev Rt Mr lr loull House of We WIIt t Orange Does DoesNot
Not ot Walt Wal for Action clon on His Ils RMInaton Resignation ResignationI
I WEST OrtANOE N J April ApriI7TheRe ApriI7TheReGerpe 17 The Rev RevGeorge
George Gerpe A House doesnt do < snt know whether whetherho
ho is to remain pastor paltor of the Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChurch
Church here or not Ho has ha resigned resignedj resigne
j left left the charge and gone to work as a ai ahokkepr
i bookkeeper in the Edison factories lactorts but butthe hutthe
the church churh board hasnt been bon able to de decido
I
cido cde what to do with the resignation
resignaton resignatoni
i The board held a lively lvely meeting metnp last llt night nght nghtndourin
I adjourning ndourin after midnight midnipht and tho case caseof cal
of the minister was wnl discussed discuAso in its it every I
I phase but no course of action was settled settledupon Ietlor eveI
upon uponThere
I There was some sharp talk against a ainRt the
Hov He Mr House 101 l at the session lession It seems seemsthat
soms
I that thnt the trouble in which he is involved involvedI
i I began be an at the Christmas festival festval last year yeari
i Some boys took part in it whom tho pastor pastorobjected pastorohject
objected d to because they were wer so boister boisterous hoister hoisterOlf ¬
ous Olf so 10 some of the members membr8 explain
Ho tried to discipline rifiplne them and their theirparents their theirparentI
parents parentI hearing helrinp of it were wer ant resentful reAntful
Kriondw Fr md of tho pawtor defended deflnree him with withvigor wiihvigor
vigor and the tendered resignation rsi nntlon was wasas wasas
as a line vlividing IIiiding the members memhrs It I is isnot i8not
not thought thou ht however that Ihe church churchwill churchwi
will wi IMS h seriously or permanently Irmanenty split splitQLEEIl splt spltfLEI f
QLEEIl fLEI IHHHS IlJHS CHECK WK ftlfE ftlfETonne
Tonne 011 Prisoner rilonlr S Sa > Hr II Was Wal Merely MerelyHired Ufrtly UfrtlyHlrll
Hired Hlrll to < et tt the Printing Prlnlnl llonr llonrCharles on onCharlps
Charles Charlps Tharles 22 2 years yers old of 475 475Went 478WCt
Went WCt IMh street street who had several severl bogus bogusblank bogs bogshlank
blank checks and letterheads leterhearR of Western Westernbusiness Wplter
business hlBinRs houses was arrested arrlsted by Central CentralOffice Centrl CentrlOfce
Office Ofce men yesterday yesterdy Tharles says Rys ho howas heWI
was WI a Lnited tnited States Sttes cavalryman clvalrmnn up to tolast tolast
last July when ho was discharged dichar ed from fromtho fromthe
the army at Des D < I Moines In He says he hecomes hecom1
comes com1 from Jacksonville Jacksonvie Fla FlaTho FlaThe
The prisoners story IWr wan WI that he came care
to Now York in November and Inr had been beeniinnb beenunntlo
iinnb unntlo > to get pet work On Friday Fridy afternoon afteron
ho nwt n1 a I well wel dressed dreser man in City Hall
Park < who asked nlJcr him hin11f if he wanted to make makea makcouple 111
a couple of dollars dolars Tharles said that he
did and Inl tho tho man lan instructed Instrced him tht to get getsixty gotsixty
sixty checks 100 tO letterheads Ilterhoad nnd n quan ¬
tity of cards crds printed at three thrfe different differentplaces diferent diferentplaces
places Tharles harlls had the printing printng done doneand doneand
and was WI to meet mlet his employer at P30 P30oclock 130oclock
oclock yesterday at the Bleecker street streetsubway streotmhw
subway mhw > Y station ltaton Ho had waited there
two hours when arrested arrestedTrmrlen arrestedhnrlel
Trmrlen hnrlel said Iid this was WE all al he knew about
the matter Itter and Ind the police polco are inclined to
Inclned
believe beleve hitu hituDinner hll I IIRnrr
Dinner IRnrr to Honor Oscar Otar S Strain StrainA Stral
A dinner dinn r will wi bo given to Oscar Oscr S litmus i iand
and Mrs Straus at the I I
ant Mr Strus Hotel Astor Altr on onApril
April pli 28 R in recognition reco nitlon of bin hil services servicesas serv c ca
as a Hecretar Secretary of Commerce and I fiber
The committee commitee in charge Ihar include William
t
inelure
Wiiam
McCarroll lkCarol Cornelius ComeluR If N Bliss s Andrew Andrw
Carnegie Came le Jacob H Schiff hl Abraham Abrham Abra ¬
ham html Emi Ii Rons Bl18 William Wiiam B Howlnnd Howlandrnk Ahr
Jrnnk S Bramord Brinerd William Wiiam R Willcox
Wicmc
Ludwis Nissen Ni8en tender T Chamber Chmnhll ¬
lain D D Dnrwin Darin R James Jamr E t S A de
Lima hoth Low Terence Terlnce V Powderly
Gustav H Schwab Lindsay Riiasell
Charlwi Charll A Schieren Robert Lindlay Watchorn Watchor
Joaao JI0 N Seligman Selgman J 1 Edward Simmon
James Jaml Tnlcott Talcot Herman Hermn Bidder and
Richard Rchrd Young YOUS
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EST BLSE 840
LB r f fwll
will wll place on sate Monday londa morning the t e following seasonable sea onahe onahelne I Ilinesjof
linesjof lne of good at atUnusually atUnusuall
Unusually Unusuall Low Prices j jKID J
KID GLOVESISO cozen aOJen aOJenOec J I
Oneclasp Oec p Cape C pe standard sfanda1 makes mes mesOednp I IOneclasp
Oneclasp Oednp Pique Pquea all colors White WhiteOneclasp W it
Oneclasp Oeclnp Mocha MocnaGray Gray Tan Black Blacr j
TtUoclasp Tlocnp Overseam VerseamBlac Black all colors colorsPar Varis points af af79C
79C 79Cpair 7 pair Regalar Rtlpf price sr srROUGH tJOQ tJOQROUGH
ROUGH PONGEE SILK SILK27inch 27inch Colored Colmd Rwgh Pongeealt Poneeall stfa stfaall sAl i ial
all al the seasons best colorings colorngsalso also Black BlackWOMENS Blac48C
48C 48CI t
48Cr ya
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WOMENS SILK WAISTSWO Ne Ne < w Waists Wass in white nife and ad Ecnt Ecf Ecfand face I Iand
and net Messaline Messalne Silk Si in Black White Whie and colors also in Natural NaturalShantung N t l lI
Shantung Pongee
Snanfng Ponee g
350 ShoatdBe ShoatdBeCREPON Shfd D 15 15CREPON
CREPON BATISTE BA TISTE3OO 3000 yards Jard Mercerized MererJed Crepon Batiste BMien new < Itnea Itneaof ff f fof
of White colors cofoTstnfed tinted crepe cepe effects tffedsIaras various stripes siresafso also solid Black Biaccn and andWhite
f 14C 1AC v vyard
yard ya 1
70 in business that Itoe Itoestand I Istand
years ear h nes means tlat 1e
stand for fa honest one t merchandising merchandisingWest meclandising meclandisingWest
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West Twentythird T wentJthird Street StreetTHE 4 4r
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THE COUNTRY HOUSE HOUSEIN HO SE
I i IN ITS FURNITURE FURNITUREThe
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The most promising sign in t the thedevelopment c F i
development of Country House Housearchitecture ii iiI
achitectur architecture lies in the tende tendency tendencytoward c cI
I toward twar the essentials of comfort and andsimplicity i iI
I simplicity simplicityThese slmplclty
i These The c are the principles that govern our ourII A Afurniture
II furniture productions produ tl ns each single sl gle piece pieceis ple
IS is given some distinct expression S spmj spmjcharm eo j jc
II c charm a m of personality personaltywhether whether fO for the theLiving hC
i Living Room the theedroom JBcdroom the Dlnln DiningJi DiningJiRoom i ri
i Room or the Hall HallGrand Hal
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Grnd Grand Rapids Rapid Furnir Furniture Company r M t f ft
t I i ij
j 34 and ad 36 West Wes 32d Street StreetBetween Steet I
I Between I Broadway Bwy and a F Fifth AV Avow < j t
9 9ORIENTAL
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ORIENTAL RUGSl RUGSlAT RUO A AAT
AT LESS THAN IMPORTATION COST COSTAn
An Importer heavily overstocked oyesloke and anl badly in i need o of ofunmedlate v vimmediate
immediate cash sold us 1
602 Mossoul and Kazak Rugs l 1 1The < l i
The averagecost average cost of each to land in this country countr was 2Iro 2Jj Xff Xffts
These we have divided divded into two lots lotssmall ts and every ever piece largeor large or orsmal > J f fThese
small smal antiqueor antque or modern moder will wi be sold for forLot forLot I > <
Lot 1 1850 each Lot 2 2450 eacK eacKThe eac 1 1Th
t te
The e rugs are very vc large arg in 1 size s ze and an d the t h e collection co ecton con contains c n < m
tains many beautiful beautful silky pieces worth up to 5000 5000An 50OOAn Ji
An early selection is advised advised None to dealers dealersWe dealersWe
We reserve reserc the right to limit lmit the thenumber thenumber
number of rugs rgs to any anyone one customer
J
96 Shirvam Shirans at 975 each t jj il
88 Bergamas at at 1350 each eachDuring ec 1 ti1 ti1Durng
During Durng this sale every cvery carpet size Oriental Orental Rug in our 8f 8fregular 6 sl slregular
T TSHEPPARD
regular stock will wi be subject to a discount of 15 1 1
SHEPPARD SUEPP ARD KNAPP CO CO13th H H13th I
13th Street Sixth Avenue 14th Street Strei if
4
TWO LAKE FIlEWItTERS FlEIITERS SAIL SAILThey SULThry
They Wtre frl Manned by b Inlon Crcw CrcwStrike C rr rrSlrke
Strike Slrke Order to Be Volert otel on Monday MondayBUFFALO Ionda IondaBUIFALO
BUFFALO BUIFALO April Apri 17 10nly Only two lake lakefreighters Inkefrelgher
freighters frelgher got out of the harbor todny todnyand tocay tocayand
and they were manned mannr by union crews crewsA
A referendum vote nnd a I formal strike strikeorder etrikAorer
order will bo voted votec on next Monday by bytho hytho
wi
orer tho firemen fremen sonmen ell < n cooks I and stewards stewardsAs Iteward ItewardA
under orders not to toMil
As A they are already orer t
Mil on boats belonging belonginJ to the Lake Car Carriers Clr Clrrler ¬
Mi riers rler Association AS80ciatiol a formal vote to stnlio stnliowill 8trile 8trilewi
will not change the situation situationPickets ltluton ltlutonPiekot
wi Pickets are growing Rrwing bolder boldfr alonR alony the thewaterfront thewaterfront
waterfront and some rough tactics were wereemployed wereImployed
employed today Chief Ingineer Wi ill illlams
lams of the steamer H C G Dallon used IBed a arevolver a areoler
revolver to stand Itnnd off 01 importunate union unionmen unionm
men m reoler n who wanted him to quit his job jobTh jobh
Th h < strikers striker have lavethe the sympathy nnd sup support ¬
port of the ferry fery boys nt the foot Imrlup of Main MainHtreot Iat IatItreet
Htreot Itreet They refused today to carry carrymen car
men across acrols the hurbor to nonunion boats boatsItalian hont honttalan
Italian talan Hoof 4 Carttn > ardrn for Prof K n A APlans ASrlJnln
SrlJnln SrlJnlnPlan
Plans Plan hnvn been bn tiled fld lor or oa a Italian Italianpergola lL
pergola to enclose n roof garden for forProf forProf
prpola onco arcen
Prof Edwin R I A Soligman Slgman of Columbia Columbiarniversity eolumblaVniversity
rniversity and Mrs lrR HellRman Htlgman to bo boerected boorected
erected next door to their residence residenc at
328 West Eightysixth ElghtvBixh street Itret It will wi be befinished hefnl
finished fnl hed with Doric columns columnl supporting supportingan supportng supportngan
an ornamental ornamentl lattice latto for vines nnd have havea
a staircase staircas and boardwalk bordwalk enclosed enclosedin en
in wire mesh and leading to the Seligman Seligmanbouao
bouao
THE BATTLER A SOCIALISf SOCIALISfNelson
Nelson and Kid Herman Hailed M Recent J
necrulls M Mi MThe
i
The leaders of the Socialist party an j jnounced
nounced yesterday that Battling Nelaori Nelaoriand
and Kid Herman th pugilists are SooiaJi SooiaJiintn >
intn at heart and have declared themselves 4 4I
I as Socialists in theory The Socialists do donot
not announced how the principle of noclatr
ism can be brought to apply to the division >
f the gate receipt Hia fair share of the thefruits
fruits of his ton is the Socialist watch
I word but what that would mean when whenapplied
applied ti a fighter is not defined Bat Battling
tling Nelson ia quoted however as Baying Bayingwith
with regard to Socialism SocialismI
I havent got much time to philosophize philosophizehut
hut the labor platform of the SoclalUt SoclalUtpart
part is just what the doctor ordered and andthat
that I practise what I preach is evidenced evidencedby
by the stand I took in the London theatric theatriccal
cal strike I dont know eo much about aboutsocialism
socialism but I have had a hard time to toI
I gel along in the world and in fact mj mjwhole
whole family did They were all work rs rsand
and my ideas on labor problems were weretaught
taught me by conditions at borne and andamong
among my own people peopleArmy
=
Army Relief Society SocietyThe
The annual meeting of the Army Relief ReliefSociety
Society will l > e held on Wednea Wedneaday
day afternoon April 28 at 3 oclock at atthe
the residence of the Hon John Bigelow
21 Gramercy Park Col C W Lamed Lamedof
of West Point will be among the speakers speakersAll
All who may be interested will be cordially cordiallywelcomed
welcomed

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