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THE SUN. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10. 1911.
LABOR MEN INDORSE SHEEHAN A'Ei'te
. . for plain speaking and In justification
lof that attitude copies ot tho following!
imtninrirt: I'.XIHS r.l'.llS : "'lltorlal from th.. Newbuigh Ktrninu
l SI' ItnSOT.t'TWXS, Union at Wednesday xvere handed out I
S consistent ndvmnte tif the ii Itioit1r .
" "f Democracy, the ;,,, ( , H (im-
ri,r I nil r:il Labor I nlmi of l.niicnMer, vimed that nnlv (,aos result liuni'
. 11-0 iiiiiorcs ins - antiitinc.
1'r.li'l li'.tll Nil 4 limine In tile Sltuii-
Itnllnllm; cl Tucsilni .
i.. u Practically the fouith
I i he Uoinocr.lllo Fnitod States
. contest ended to-night with
Hi" ballots to-inoirow and
..id Mimdiiy will U.of tiooonse
: v moif than the liallol to-d.iy
un til Heonuso of Hie Lincoln
ii.. Inlay on Monday the struggle
Mutinied until Tue-dny. Mean
e it. ehinge in the fit nation
i. m l no definite change until
even if one is accomplished then.
U f '
it'll " '
1 ,t. l.n
I ne lltimne soiuemeni in i.ivor 01
ft.ii.n- 1' Slieeli.m as the unanimous
, , ii. e ,.f 'he joint emeus is now admitted
,n t "ides' to tie up to (low Dix. It in ...
iftft e-t'lTPilH Ml Ol llll UIHTIIV ruiiiiiTlvu,
a!i, ,,f .t'er f.uiiili.if with the situation,
out eiia 'i' lloosovolt and his friends
.t .) iveurtiltne slightest foundation
r nip'o if (iov. Dix had continued
itierly impartial nnd had not I
ihii etatement on liinuury 10.
, n.'iirs heforo the joint mucus
I which Senator Itoonevelt and
I, . f i uiierpreien 10 mean tuai tney
, p .ii on out of the joint eaiteus if thoy
I Mt ttn situation, the delay in elot Iiiik
t ,f luv . uirlidato of the joint IMUI'UK, is
rw 'ii: navoe to the Democratic party
,., tie Mnto is'mlmitted on nil sides.
K ievelt nnd his friends, it is
' their coiitinmsl attitude atei,'""
.... - . ,
will oi a vaxi majority or llie;
.,ne party nnd enilatiReritiK the
,.f the Democratic Stale ml-
mini'ritio.i t.ov. Dis and .Mr Sheelmn ;
1I ,-,..ther lone talk this nftenioon
. . . - .
Us. I rl. re the l.Uler left Tor Pom;!,.
h,ns where he will dine with friends
tf merit and continue on to New ork !
' n io .ew 1 orK i
unden'tood ho will i
wheu lie miv s' iri
I .imur , . wneio 11 is
v.- in until Mondav
l ,-l!n"a!oto sp,nk there to an audience 1
,fN. oi.l fellow townsmen on the l nlteil , t
si !te , itoi-smp mm mon.
It h., ,une known to-night th it former
Uv..i John X. Atlani. on of the most
in.ft,eniMti Democrats of 'he WoMern
twi'f and many other Democrats of
V.r.f lourty have about decided to invite
r heeh,m to his old hotii" town nnd
v th" -atne time to invite Senator l.oomis
And Senator Kurd, who have in the joint
hal'ots b'en voting against Mr. Sheehan
nn h groiintl that their constltuiencies
ii not favor Mr. Sheehan's election
This s'a'ement was made by Senator
l,o.imis and Senator Hurd in th" joint
inference yesterday and wa stoutlv
mmliat.-il by Assemblyman Wentle of
th Seventh district of Erie.
Vow th" leading Democrats of Buffalo
ml of Erie county desire, according to
a" information to-night, to invite Mr.
sheehan and Mr. Loomis and Mr. Hurd
n Mr Wentle to come before them so
,i' h" actual condition of affairs, the
al -"iitur.ents of me constituents of
I," Democratic legislators from Erie
'"V may be publicly known.
That smoothing is wrong in Denmark, as
v phrase is. is indicated by the fn;t thai
iiv John A Dix and William K. Sheehan,
'mooratio candidate for Tinted States
ri,ttor. to-day iec'Ived a resolution
i-j.iptd by th' Central Labor Unions of
Uneaster. X. Y., endorsing Mr Sheehan
Senator. It was in the Lancaster
-i-tt't that Senator deorge n Hurt!
n ri his election. Th resolution is signed
v president John V Mailntyre and
s. ,atr William G. Smith of the Central
'"r I'nion of Lancaster. lh teso-
nn reads as follows:
h e eetlne of the Central l.nhor J nlon
' 'hi. tter. N Y. heltl nt their hall on ! to Mr. Sheehan of the men who control
. .arv 7. lesolutions were adopted in-, tj, Democratic ronentions in the dis.
.-mcii -tatenient of facts nmi the mam- trictB of t)K.h insurgent Democratic leg.
r; Tsy ilZurX . - rnTl ,,ha,
... n,e eanilldney of the Hon William F something is about to break in Mr Shec
s.w ,m and approve his record on labor ' hall's favor. Xobo.lv at the banquet
!- i"nr, as a member of the Assembly, i
.-tcfi "i ine iioii-n huh i, ieiiieri.ini -
r....i of ' lie State of New nrk, and
' .1 of the resolutions be forwarded
' . II, .ti John A. Dli, (lovernor of the
s " "f v.ei. York, and the Hon. William
I sr"ei.ti also that copies bo forwarded
o 'h nn'iiiiicrs of thn Legislature from this
i nptes of the resolutions hive been
re.'eu.si by s. nator Iiurd.
Mr sheehan was waited upon in his
fcportmeiit at the Hotel Ten Lyck last
K jtr i y locomotive engineers M. (!.
Iiaru.ery John Scott, Stephen II. Mur
ray and Thomas Mylan, who called tor
the purpose ot presenting him with a sot i
r.J resolutions adopted during the after-1
the annual meeting or the .New
lrk Slate executive board of the Hroth-
(Timod of Locomotive Engimvrs. iTiiii). Hie lorl.illle Court HimiIIiIhiI.,
1 las morning ihu same committee for Ills i:ascnir Lvpelled.
ITZtZ'XW ;'.v Q".rr. the one armed Uaiian
tl.e.r hr.,t!.rl,orl ..it ml ...rlt, nvi.r 4 1 no! V. llO has been sllllling -llOl's III t ll.i COI Ildor
mernOers Hi th.
State sr.Miigly indorsea !
U, candidacy of Mr Sheehan
In last night s rail on Mr
th -pf.ke-iiian of the committee was M (;
Am lepiesent over i 100 locomotive
nmeers m th" State of New Yot and
are nuthoried to speak for them."
n d Mr 1 tannery in addressing Mr Shoe
fcn Wo are gatheretl here from all
'.'ions of the State for our annual nieet
inj oilr roinriuttee consisting of forty-one
rneit.hers I'o-tlay in our meeting hero in
my ,i was recalled that when you were
" ng ii. a member of the New York
t ,. x -embly and as Speaker ol Assem
t" ni,.i a- Lieutenant -dovonior you
i-t.. in. fnend of orgamrj'tl labor. It
.i a'o le.alled that quite rcceutly you
- lei enough to rlo a service to our j
. ,oo .,- , UllllOV luihi ,,.-,." .
- a tl now that you are a candidate
i ..... .... ir,.... i...u..
'Ii. .. o Fulled States Sorintor wo
1 io assure you that the Hrother-
' 1 omotive I llgltleers ot the State
S i s is with you to a man "
s'l.eii.m xvas l iken wholly una
, i lie did not even anticipate
i i-.diicnt from the Diothorhood
..motive Lnginet rs. although in1
. .co; several other union bodies I
1 ii.' inly Indorsed his i antinlacy
1 1 l .io said:
r merely iciv to you gentlemen
, so me xery much hv surprise, I
' ,ui, Iv is a great hotiorforucandi
t litical office not one of your
I et to receive unsought the in- '
"'t of ill" Ilrothei hootl of Loco-1
I ll...Ulees of the State of Now 1
I '.ui only say that I thank you I
i. and your organisation for the
. i place in Hid What, little I
i " done in past official life in the i
t or ganied labor was not done
' ' triougl.i tiien in mind that I
i'o i u would bring indoisements
. ., weie kind enough to gim me
i mg of to-rlav "
val balloting is lesiimed I
n J'iiesd,.v it is the Intention
o r)n Itest infoi mill ion tt -dav
i ratie majority to get rigid
sii,,,.j ,in,l l.i.en ul i! Kloof
of (he Assembly ssid thi-i
estl iv shall move a close coll
n I'm., and that will mean mor
f men. calling of tlio niembeis'
''r id the lotiklng of th" ttooi-t It
I l,e sending out of llie Set gl illll-
f.ud th" bringing ol all niemUtrs
i I'nrof the House for it s.i"i ion "
' . I'll said till there would be
ik's or pairs at er Mondav Tlii
' ' 'lint th" leaden intend o hold
' lernVier in Iok'ii el'erv day but
't fraocratio leaders, a number of
um". mi iiiuiviiiifiiirii In patty iitlnli
inete till xt he cohesion !..,.. I.f..
pre-sed In the only stinlKlitfoninid lintiura- .
hie xxnv, l.y the vol f the minority Our
pei.otial opinion -hoiilil not outweigh Hie
major opinion or llie p.it t leadership
lepie-entctl m the prliinm . lit the polls
lltlll Ml caucus tlieleafti'l i
Ijemoi tatie votcis elei leil neml)U men I
and Senators Iut Tail, knoulint Hint the
would he entrusted with the dull of lions
Ini.' a I tilted Stale. Senator The Utter I
Wen. fleeted with lull kiiuiilcdifo of the i
caucus tnle oIiIpmiiii in the pnitv. end'
tliey tjeltlv titlecd to the rule I i mi eptltnr !
'lain- niiiiiiii;it,.ni. t h iinmaiiU I
tow Tor them to Inn k out I hey liuni mi !
oM'iweenltn; i nnilileiii c III thelii'clves, ,
width, the h'lrnino ''miii teirrets to cay,
l hardly Justified hy either their evpetieiue
or their mental ciinlpinent Not one of,
them lis yet performed n substantial sei .
to their i otiMiiuenti or their party
s to their party, tliet nnite ilixrriiaid the
leiv foiitidntion Htone ntion uhirli it l-
liullt. nnmelv the i itftit of the tnalorlli to
! If the insurgent did not want to ahnle
b' ""' "hould mil huTe nnepted
I Of ItejlVefl'tf H.lLn f,l tl.it t.jIMtttrt'a u,ll.n '
lleayen's sake foi the people's sake
lei tneni hreal, nr riom the inirlliK
liottle stare or iiolltks Let them look at
lids mallei as men, not a a lot of soimllliirf
Senator Hooeevell noil Ids ndliereotM
however, ootitinued tn remmn delimit
'Iho Democratio innlority of 7 on the1
oilier hand ronlinuedto ussi-rt that noth
ing under the nun will ever force them
lo I'ive way to an iiiolKiiiilciint minority ,
of (io. Hi. it may ho Kiiid without
'l'Klitost fear of contradiction
llC.fl IV 11, t, itrni'itc
of the situation as '
M,.(, , r. .i, i ...i.i."V:.' .......
in,- DeniocraiH ronlinue their comv the
stn.o would lie left without a t nited
v ".V, f'P''titatives came from New
llflt tills utlnmrwiM iiii.diMi Mnt-.f fl.i.
llor , th ,., ,', ,;,,
tall:el on the .Senatorship in New Vork 1
last iilsht,lhe(ioernorto-iiiKht was poi-
oisi inKii,ine,oernorio-lilKnt was poal-
tive Unit he had not discussed that mat- I
'!'" ,V11' ,m' M"or. It was r.dmitted hv
the (Jovernor that he and the Mayor
had discussed the matter of the New brk '
liarier 1 he (Jovernor said that he had
l-ild Maor Gavnor that he was in faor
of Home rule ami that he would like to
know what the city wanted. The Gov
ernor snitl that Mayor Gavnor declared
thu! h" would gather ro.-tam information
The vote to-diy on the twentieth joint
ballot showed but one change Asvtr.
blvmnti John C Myers of Schenectady,
who has voted for several men since
tho fight began, switched ncain to.dav
I from John D. Kerimn and cast Ins vote nd Pell streets anil twiddled the thong
! T"1", i'trJTr.?,lVt ' ". ."'.T11 ?u!i",JV '"'.'"'on lus dub as he eyed tho goings nnd
occur in in'anv d.ivs nnd'.Mr. Mvers him- I l'on"Ks f customs men, had u glim
self ndmitted that it had no significance ! mering of the secret.
The vote in total was as follows William "Say, let mo tip you off to something,"
. . 1 V"?.-' ' ,: r-"w"r" ' -ineparu. in:
Iat L(J;""' 1
Slorgan J O'Brien, Alton U
I: John C It Taylor. I. Chauncev M
Depew, 7(1 Total vote, 177. Xecessarv
for a choice, sa. All
of th" absentee's'
were accounted for.
snr.r.nw is 1'oroiinr.r.i'sir..
Man. l.entllnc lleinoerat Mlrntl a liln.
nrr Gl.en In I II t lienor.
PoroiiKKrrsin. Keb. n Particular in
tcrest was taken in a dinner given to I
William F. Sheehan by Peter Troy of
tlllrf t'ltv tn.nitrlit llfw.nnun it trn. n t .nrwlul !
uus n. .o-inK... anso was . nuenoeu j
by all the Democratic orpanlaition lead-
r-s uisii(to.-ii ,ts iiiiL-ii,'sn couniv wis
provideti ine leaner or llie insurgents
at Albany. Senat. ir Franklin D lio e-
veil, and two Assemblymen. Lew.s S
( hauler ami Mr Hoyt. who broke the
I caucus rule to vote against Mr. sheeh in.
' the prt senie at a eomplimentnn' bantiuet
would contcle tli.it there was nnytmng
' to tills surmise u was given out tnat
the dinner wao purely a swial affair.
i Mr. Troy's guests at the dinner to Mr
Sheehan includfd Mayor John K Sague.
, Democratic ciinitv chairman; Etlwanl
! K. Perkins. President of the Hoard o
i Public Works; Dr John C. Otis. I ounty
iJiitleo Frank Hasbrouck. Allison Huttfc.
I Editor Silas Ilinkle ot the .S'run I'tckk
' nnd .Superintentleni of ihe Hudson Itiver
'State Hospital Dr I harles . Pilgrim,
all leading Democrats.
A petition is being circulated and largely
signed in union labor circles lavoriug
Mr. Sheehan's election as I'nited Slates
it ii t lion, it ii Mion.
of tho Yorkullo police court for the last 1
ho vears, lias been oustetl and hence- ;
foith there will be no shoe shining in that
court Tonv did not lit in with the new
. . . ,, . . i, ... !
rules widen iiron.iM' .aiKiiig in ine com -
do:s and hallways a well as m thn court .
In his desire lor trade he ouId call out.
"Shine sir! Shine:" ami would expound
the weather His left hand gone but
I he could polish superlatixelv with h's
1 pit to In-rift'l rtriillllna prpniil p.
tfrtla ran ot tho Mlirlsslppl Tlinc was ItfilV
rain n. er a part of ibe Tcmrs-rr alirs . tirnrtrla.
I.oiliann. Ml-.l.ilptl. Alaliamx antl orlli
i nrnlina. ami ll.:hl rala In llir other trrtlona.
Ham anil llcht mon fell In pans of the r.tilille
MlantlrSUitr- .Sw I ni'laauantl the lake rr;iun '
'Ihfre was nn nrra of low preuie tnrr l.akr '
S'lpcrlor nimlnil ra. Intuit lain ( ana.-la
Wrsl of Ihr Ml5slslppl lilt- wrallifi ila fall
anil relilrr Preelni I'liUe'ralirfs spreatl from
.Miuilftiia anil tl) li.-iKot.is to Tna- anil 7t-rti ,
was rt'Portrl In Norlh Pukuli anil nurtliern ,
Montana. II was warmer In llie Mian lie Mnt-
I heir was Mime foe alonir Ihe roan. llh nn lini e
In Ihls i',(' Hie tin' was rirnl anil Ihrenlea i
In. wnrnier wlml. Iljhl lifie.u iiorllira-lerly.
a.rrni;c Ivmil'tlll . e. per teal liaroturler. for
ittleil lo rial In sea lev rl .11 X X M 3D IS I
:i . i :hwi. !
llie if iiiperntnrr jeiiertlaj. a- reoortieii lo inr i
ihei n.oint'lei . t- known
Iii Die annriifu
I '.l 111
u ,. m ai .ii", n '. t .
t: m ix' :iv' ii l'. M
a p. xi is -M Pi
Jiwt'tl irinpi rat'.re. ,'U at 7 IX
w (siiiN'iiov toiuc.si mi; io inr
tir r I'll 't
l rl 1,11,1' Kll'iir. In titty tit'
imnt i. i"if itt rilieinr itittl'ierlt ifirleei
m.irr.et tin.l nnruhm tu'ilir m'li'trmt
not, lifimrniij itor'u'.-rirr'i
I t,i fu I iii'i.-tnit snti toiln. irr.irriin
(nil ami imrwrtni
Icr ti, inorrtm. moiliralf
ntirihi'fi-ii'rl v,lils pintmlil.. tin .1. In smith
I"'"1 i",rl'"" an' '''""'"'J '
I r cistern I'riin.j hnnln
tin'ltis i.rstrrh tn nlirht.
an.l Nrie .Irrwi
fnlr l-i Mi'itli-rn nun ,iit. la ii.irthr.n Portions
IttitUx. fnllii.tiil In fill r fair In nitirrti.i . i.intl
ii.tte Mi ilrr ln.l lifiiii.iinit ntirlliwe-lrrl)
nr I i-Uwitre fnlr to tin nml In rnnrrnw
rot. Ic-n I" r.tirthw o-l lo nnrlli ttlnrl-
lor tie ill-pin, of I nlumlilii. Mnrvlitnit nnd
ivl'ift ,rtlr In tin. I'"1' morrow ll;hll'i
inn tf.-ntf le. (h i rt l ni"l'' il ml.
I in ursifrn Nru (.ru lot ,d snmi h tind -lih'1.
til'le. lo 111 'it'1 In inolinw. ItlnlPrflt. In hiUk
.tt-lfir. wl'in. Iircei tlnK xriillr I i ni'irrtu
lot wrse'-n Prims l Atllq fslr In ri firppt
siioa near l-i'f I rlf. omhiil inWrr fdr to
morrow molfmt wenry simU, Uecuinlm
vkrltbls u morrow.
Discipline subfilui chnos
with order, and srlf-Jl5Cip!lnc
mnl;es men out of monkey..
And If there is one place
where discipline is needed, It is
in the conduct of u building
Cost, Quality and Time arc
rebels nt heart and can be dis
ciplined only by un organiza
tion which is equipped and
qualified by experience to j'et
the most out of them.
And certainly no organiza
tion is better equipped or bet
ter qualified than we to give
the best tcsttlts as to Cobt,
Quality and Time.
l iftv-Onc Wall Street
OPIUM HUNT IN CHINATOWN
roil ri ( i snms
ito or oni
mi s ai r
i Policeman a) 'I here Ma a Urnnil Ue-
unit ul the Melit lief ore of SoinelhliiK
nrllllier Opliioi. lahe AiijIiom the
ItcKliio Mulled as the Forty l.utiored.
l orty customs inspectors in uniform
and armed wdh search wnrtantu and
a.es inarched up the nt reels of China
town nnd down ai-ain vesterdav. While
thev Hinashed and pried and peeped for
contraband opium Chinatown Mood with
its hands In it sleeve-and Htniled a bland
the raid was all over and the
uniform had been called back
large Ofllce. Deputy Surveyor
I Smyth said that the raiders
. , , ,,
h'"1 1 p
been disappointed. They had not
Kt what thev expected to get or all they
had expected to get. Ho did snv that
, some evidence had been obtained, but
. . I.,,,, , , , llo llivitio llie esiaif .sniiiuy i.'fcf-n me
how much or what kind of evidence ho I sons that Mr Page prepared tho memo
did not disclose rantlum showing about how much each
The reason why that bland smile was 1 would pet in actual value Then when
so pervasive over all the vellow triangle I " Men ,lw ,t, Pa.said. hedeclnrcd
was whispered over t,s. dps nnd purred , mak" """"nK llk" ftn l",Ual
from tho bubbles of the water pipe. Even! ' Tim witness said Gen ICekert was so
Patrolman Murphy of the Klizaboth street anxl ius to le.ive most of the estate to
station, who stootl on the corner of Mott
Pai, Murphv as Acting Deputy
ICdward L Xorwoo.l, who was
as In cltargo
I"' r"i". napppueii io iiss ny mm. ;
Vou won't get tho stuff, beeaiiF" there's
nnn.. I,..r.. l .ildl tlit.M .nrila tt tlw 1 , .
on (lost see a lot of moving nnd
of things into wagons there on
nnd down on Molt, nnd they thought
'there's something doing.' Now ihey
know what it was."
Warrants for searching the premises ' ,".," ''"l V..I.I l.ltn timt Clenth nin ' wnK',nH ,1I"tor l,oll,' Protection and a
at 11 Mott stteot, 7 Elizabeth .mil 3d and i h.ul lssui embarras.ed ami tl.at h" ought ! rail was sent to Police Headquarters for
:u Pell street were put in tho hands opto give clndnin a couple of hundred j rops. In the meantime a big crowd gath
fotir raiding parties down in the custom I thousand dollars j ei.sl In the vicinity of the stables, and by
house early yesterday morning. Nor
,,V,K ,H;m(. u h , ,
neer.sl the ranis on Chnrlev Bost.ui s
."sevenin avenue places l.o .ecss agt.. '
tiinn'u iin'oif-nni" iii iii mi luimitiKii.
,''lt'1 pai'v by a diflerent mile. Ih.;y
liy::: . "L '"j1 ' ''.'.If.. ''J"' .'i."'1'.':.1-.
iMik to the roofs hv the ii-.im s st.nrw.tv
and scuttle ladder and ther camped to
put birdlime on the trail of any st.iv
towl that might leave in- ins: by the sUy
rotlte He till the s lee! W,lUd II. til
the groceries and veg-.tabl.. sftms wi'h
out (eremony and intormed the propri
etors that they would take a look aroui.d
Through barlsT shop and gauiblme
club the word passed in guttui.il m .: -syllables
that s ine strmiRe p'lice.vnans
were on the job nnd huii'ing I
his. So the righteous rinens ,.f the
iuarter crovMl"tl to windows nnd it. to
doorways .mil watched wuh childlike
curiosity ill" ;t,rauge things thai were
None of 111" police of th" Elu.ilieth Street
station was as,',etl to i'smm imr wele the.-e
any C"n:rel (Kli' o ot tec: ives present
No advim was i sk.'tl tif the policemen
on tho beat tithe! T iiey jusi Ic.oketl
on witli a conscious ,ur of Is tug out of tli"
whole thing anil xchang'd ple.is.intries
with their i hin.se Iri.'iitls wim passed.
The smgio s'oro m On Leong t rri
tory, that at 11 Mott sire, i, and the two
in "the Pell strett precincts ot the Four
Brothers soci-ty are prctecrious estnb
lishnieriis The isolated on" on the out
skirts of Cluratown m Eli.ibeth stieet
is a very humble alt nr. Tin- proprietor
of the store ul .11 Pelt Sili'et. ol rather
one of the hundred partners m the P.o. y
Smiling Sum ism Food Company, who
happened to be on the job. made a gie.lt
i,..,, ,,i v.,r,,-...,.i'
flimi ti,oir way m'o ih, cellar bhicltetl
by n heavy wooden door antl duppetl it
down without nskirg for a key.
""' HH!ll"lm" W" 1 ""
of tin. customs utl.irds, was htuvtl to i rv
.,. .. , wi.,mr ,. K1i
of roasting pig prontod-d
was drugget 111,0 the light
found to lie full of opium pipes all new
ones and imsniokod 1 lie pi (mm wore tfiUen
down to tho storerooms in tlio Custom
In the other Pell Htteet store two
cans of opium, e.'ch bearing tho rt' iuisito
Government stamps indiratmg that full
tl'ity nan neon prm. xvero unt.iriiien
Horn a iiox ol i union, macaroni ni"
I I1SIOHIS ,U.,l" . tllllll lllFV t-lllll.!" UM'
Atter Ihe Rtorm on tin. ground Moor
at each aildrtna had bee'i searched a
room to loom examination wim nir.ilo
of all tin. cubby holes he.'" t h" Chinamen
sleep like dominoei In a bax I in
consumed .nany hours, nnd it was :i o'clock
in the afternoon before .Norwood culled
off his nn :i Ho would not talk about
what he had found if lie loiind anything
llofore tho raiders w it Inttew two China
men whose uamo. wore not revealed had
been hurried down to tin. I'nitod States
District Atioiney'a oflire Ihey weie
not put under at red. ami after oi'amiu.i
liou by As-islant District Attorney Pitkin
tlntv were role ised
'I'ho redttr.ll (irand Jury leluineil
sovoral indictments yi.st'.rdnv afttenoi n
iii the United statin i nviiit court II is
understood that all or pan of them were.
against Ihe Chinamtm arresle.l in the
recent opium raids
Firemen to Honor th;
Fiio Commissioner Waldo issued orders
yesterday for ihe depirlment to honor
tlio late ex-Deputy Chief W illiam Duaiie,
I who served for forty-one yens as a lie
fighter, Ho was appointed a llieuian in
I8iw, The funeral will tako piar" at Ii :v)
o'clock to-day from the residence, nn
I West 131st street lh palllie irers w
In. Deputv Chief Hiclianl W. Cillagh.in,
........ I'l.i..! I. 11.. Il t ..
llllll'llltlll t llllll -,- i,, ,,,,r,. i. -
Chier Joseph 11 Miiilin and llattalinn
Chiefs Thomas 1' Skelly and Thomas F.
The Commissioner has doslcnatod an
cort from ine department or two i,it -
t.iilons of eiglil comp irues of ten men
each under the command of I 'eput
Chief Thomas j. Atiearn riremen not
on duty to-day are requested u, ,e pros-
enl at tho funeral an a mark of rospoct to
the old fire fighter.
CHANGING THE ECKERT WILL
i tks v i in it- s sr.citr. r i nr tki.i.s
t nr iffor s ititu'Ti,
Uliili Told Thai ('li'iiiletihrs (Ted 1 1 or
Mould lie! Mone.l I. ill to Him out-I
rlslil the 4ienernl Jsnlil Tlul He Oimlit
to I'a) Tellniiin a, to Itilurlrs. j
KU'liard (i I'nue. ,lr , the secielnry of
tlio late (Sen 'I' '1'. Kekurt ti lit one of the
oxooulori of Iho will whifh (ieti Kckeri's
foil (li'iideliui i'm (.'ontiwlin liefoie'
Siirropilo Cohalnn. mik on llie wilnenn'
Ktnnd for t Im third day venterduy llw i f
I to (ion Kckert. wim only u miiall power1
luiiiioh -. 1 1 1 t t i ho nnd his miii ran and that
hw yachting w,-,s i-otillned to a rami!,
the purport, helm; to nlvo Ml Cletidenin
Kckert nn oiltitiK when hIio was eonva
IrKcent Henry M Karlo, counsel for iho con
testant, also hrought out from the wit
nohs that in tlio HpritiK of moil (ien Itckert
fell when he wat walkitur to his rnrriaso
in front of his town ioiiho at. T.il I-'Ifth I
!,... mi, . I...,, l'i!irt cot hiu lu.ii.l niwl I
, wiu in lied lor u week. Mr Pago didn't j
'think tliis nfToeted any or (Jen I'.ckert'H
Ifai'tiltlen. although ho only knew what i
tlio phvslcians hud told him. Mr. Hnrlo
rom.irlied that the phynk'lans would be j
I culled to tell tin- elloct the fall reullr
did have on (Jen Kckert.
It was also lirmiKht out that a black
bag which contained many of (ien Kck
erl's private papers had disappeared
shortly after hw de.ith Mr Pnp,o nald
ho didn't know what bis amo of It Tho
bau originally routained tho draft of u
will which R.ivo Clendenln Kckert almonf
as much of the estate as his brother.
Thomas, but this paper was taken out
of the bag before it disappeared and'
..rmliieeil iii I'onrt at tin. r.i iieht I
of tho contestant Mr Pae didn't know
what wait in the hag
I nder examination
b De Lancer
NMcoll .MiuiiMd lor the pr.iponenU or tho
the will, and then he advised that the ,
two sons be railed Into a conference
concerning it This caused Gen Kckert
to fly Into a rage, he said It wim upon
Gen lVUert's statement tint
IThoma.that he setittl.e secretary to l'enn-
svivania to untl inn wr.emer ne nai aoso
lute titlo to eo.il lands there which had
lieen dlspo-ed of under the will of his wife,
stepmother of the 'wo boys Mr Page
found that Gen Eokert's control of this
proiiertv was absolute
"We went to r.lberon about July 15.
t . ... r. , .. -.i ... ..... n-.
lOt. Sillll ..IT I "AI'll illT HIP,
r i,,,.,,-. ri,,. (:,.r,rr;il irni nut the rianers
anil a.Heti ino to mane sepanm. oralis
lor each leg.i'ee ro h eoultl change anv
f the boys'"' ,llr,n whenever ho warden to iio
untl t.iling I ,wkrl "5" 11M" '"' " M wi'.en l '
Ill t lOlll WllO!eVOr lll Watl'Oll IO 1IO
to put Cleiide'iin s lognev In trilt. other- i
wie it would h" tilssipated in a short '
time I told hun I thought h; ought not .
of tli kintl Finally he said he would'
I HO ItCIICI.M sail lie ntllllil .III lUMItiiit, t
h, , t S'. ' t
i.mhi. llvu I iried to get nun
tint the Ini'tees ot the tnut
nutter to end i' m th"irdis-
H, .uhj t
t re'i.ai in t r . r t , give ( lendt'liui capital
lor Ids bustle s-.. I ut In- th i lineil On
i Augti-t I.' he loik the ina'P r up .igaill
,1'ld s.ilil I L.l.e thollUlll III" llill'ler
otn .ni l ha e fullv ile.'itli tl whi.t I will
do (,ie in.- the paper- ' Ii w... i.u 1111
Usii.il oi euriein i to me. bt rn'i.e the (Jen-
er.il ii r . nritien .1 biisitie in the
morriiiig He toltl me h had .Jt ni the
.vboli inht thinkm.; of it
"le:. I.ckelt lllret.ieil llie to strike
oui h pro.i-ioii in: king the executor.
of the Vlll the tllistec' of Cl'Mldellill's
legacy anil substitute the Ccnf.il Inist
Comriariv. He snnl he hail d's'ithd to
inakf llie fii-t fund M'Hi.ono. nml when
I tol.l him I th night he ough' in uvil.e i
more hi Mid "(hit H eiiotign I want
luni to live nn.ie :m ilost life ami lit. end
to business I wan' hi: ; to stop Ills yacht
ing ai'd In.' more imiplv'"
Mr IV ge said it w . at this time that
(ill) F.i l;ei- i nl'.sil llie Usp'.e-t to bis
blether put ,.: MofKO and t xplcmed"
'I W.VIt t It'll'.e luni euouvh to support
luni ui his dt clin.t.g vers bin not enough
to have i.nx tiling to his tluldieii " ..r.
Pago said llu.t wneii the will w,.s beini;
i.M'i nl.il l,i.vvt i Er.i.eMi I Id (ien
Kclioit tl'.i ( I' lideiiiti's creditors cultl
get t he $.".n.i in 1 It to luni, and On. F.ekeii
s.llll: "'1 lie ongl'l to get It If Clelldelllll
owes It "
Mr Fail.- tr. -tl to biinir out that Hen
!;(! t v.ai. in III" li.i.t of falling ilsleep
m hi hlir.iiv earlv in the (lav ami that
the M i v.mi- nail to i aich linn lo tnk"
lighted tigti- out of his hand, but Mr
Pag" said lie ii"'. er -i'V. them do It Mt
I'-aile pl.t in a number of bills sent to
the I'.llieion country place, one bring
for iliio lor the construction of a wall
mound a catnip bed ui the garden to
supply the holl.t hold r at. Honey Hubbies
Mi mito boui'lil for llioma- T . -Ii , cost
Xlf P.w. h:ul le.lilierl lh:,t Thomas
Eckel I ili.lii'i know about his father's
...,ll ......I ..f..... I... .I.....I. .....I Mr
asset! it I homas hadn't order.nl certain
i ait teles lei.ituel ft. .m Cnilton 'I'erra.e.
I the cottage loll m the will to ( letitlenm s
i d iiigMer. bciore (ien I ck-rt died. Mr.
Page replied that the cottage is practically
Mull now Lawxer Ward, the guardian
I ., .i n,... r.. .1.:. .i i i,,.,.,,,., i.
,w iniii i oi ii.-- i-i,ik o . .o'",",.., '.e.
eest.nl a tinetitn to
pond, ami Minora!
i ...., i. ,, ,,,,.,..
tett Hie mi. rest of xniir wni'd or aiding
ll.i, . niilt.,lnl X .,, Ir,.,,,,' It ,u t,-. .'..Il
.....r.iv ,t..r.t t,. L,,t i, ii,., ..ill "Me
Wind said he wnntetl io he sure that no
luriidiire belongini; to Ins waul h.iti been
lemoveil untl the '.urrogate was sntislled
yr arti Vaul Ii" had lieui told that Ibe
furniture was tenioveii
Mr Earl" (lien told lo Hie Court that
he was (oiixincnl that the (leneral tl dn l
know vh.it was m Hie will that he signed ,
becniisd .ilthou.di it led llie cottage to'
.lomuia Ii" -aid alter ii had been e.xe-1
cutttl. How about Joanna uml Carlton I
'I'err.u '" I
It was bioiiglit oui that a few davs I
before (ien r.el.ei t died his son I 'leiitltMitu 1
wrote a letter I mm I Intngo e.xpre-siiiK
syriipainv i.ecau-e lie Had lieen injured
I iv a mil in tin hiitire ami hoping Hint
because he had been injured
lie would soon lot-over Allcctionale
cttoi liom ll," (landdaiighti r
v,"re also m.iiked in exideiice
Mr. Knile .oii'tlil to show that (ien
I'.cliert's ti lusal i i nrilro a large loan
lo his son follow inr; the panic of IW7
was jteiaiise he didn't have rradv money
al the time A loiter written by (ien
Kckert retiisliii; to give Hoo.uiKl to a unl-ver-'tv
was uiiiodiited on llus poim
III I !io lelt.-r 1 1 I'.t (.eri said he couldn't
laiso Jinn nun "for this or any oilier pur
I lie caw will go on ihis nliernoon
I send to
Col for I'.ncli
cap: mis liaye
lle.'tl tuai lers
Poller Mtn Han,
been untitled to
. , , ..!... ,. t
I "" "'"V"'"
persons win may be brought to llm station
house to awail tho arrival of an ambu-
lance. One i oi is to bo installed in e'irh
1 station house ine plan is nlong tne
' lines of a pet notion of former Police
: l ommlsnoner llinghniii When ho made
' tlio plans lor tlie new station house on
(ireenwich street he included a loom
xvhich xvivi to bo usrd as an omersency
US1NESS just stumbles
over Marbridgc tenants.
So many people pass.
A few offices and one large
Illotdwuy, .14t!i nd Mb Strt,
lit lire. tntstlic on tiremUat.
or your un broker.
OF EXPRESS STRIKE
ri.Mti: rv si imr.si.v ix snoitr
After Six Hour llrher ami Helpers o
llacli tn ork Pending llrsult of Con
ference To-iU) -Strike I.Ksled l.ons
r.iinush for a Nhnn of IHsnrder.
Near v nod drlveiB and wacon helnnrB
einiiloveil hv the Wells-l-'urtro Kxtiress
Company ii'funil lo tako their wunons
from tlio company's two Btablon in Jorooy
City yesterdiiy morninK and declared
they woro on a strike Thn company's
liufinosn In that city was tied up for half
a day, hut us a result of a conference
between General Manager Hlokey and
u committee, representini; the men at
tho romiMiny's ofllce nt the Krlo Kailroad
terminal Htatlon a tntco wa declared
ut noon nnd the express wagons bet;an
to move again
Mr. llickey advised the committee to
have the men return to work pending
a conference between another committee
and officials of tho company at the Wolls-
this afternoon. He assured them that
their grievances would bo taken up and
promptly considered, nnd James W.
Donnelly, tho walking delegate for the
, . , to which tho oxpro(,t
Won -e the word which
suspended strike operations,
The men quit work becauso of a claim
that tho officials of tho cftmpany had
t 11v(h1 up to ,i,e agreement entered
,i. ..!..,... f .1.
lino in ine wine to me n.-niviie-ni. ui hit.
big express strike in November that
they would not discriminate between
union and non-union men, but would
adhere strictly to tho open shop propo-'
sition Walking Delegate Donnelly a- ,
sorted that tho company hail discharged ,
nearly twenty-five men sinco last rriday
and Insisted that whenever a union man
was bounced, no matter for what cause,
a non-union man got his place
When the drivers and their helpers
appeared at tho stables at Brunswick
and Tenth struts and in Pavonia avenue
l.etwn Poles nnrl Brunswick streets
'in tho morninK all excepting about sixty
I men refused to tako out wagons. One
saitl he was perfectly satisfied
vMl iliH :0, nnj didn't want to lose
it was James Donnelly, father of Business
Donnelly, thi walking delegate.
his job and didn't want lo lose
lie reiupeti to go on sirme, io nis sons
wa decided to send out thirteen
.I... ....... tl.u .-.n.'.Mi oti.lnf. enfnmnn1 nf
" .-., .rn' ,.j ,.,! fnr.talr,
lnsp.v?tor Kohn Kelly and acting Captain
Joseph llich.inis of the Second precinct.
' were on hand readv for business, the em
ployees who had tefus.sl to striue tie-,
rimed to take chances by going out with .
th" wagons I
Although the strike was of thort dura- 1
tion the strikers found the tune and op
portunity to beat ui) two men who wanted !
to work Jake fltner. years old, of
33 iolet str.s-t. West Hoboken, xvas
t aught by a gang of strikers in Ninth '
strtet betw.s'ii Itrunswick nnd Mon-1
mouth itreets as h" got off a car. His
right eye was blackened and his lip was,
cut by t'.st blows, ami William Mor.m, su- ,
' i llll, lit. '11, Ol n.lh'Ml r-.-l . IV -, ,,,,,,
lo st. Francis Hospital, accompanied by
an e-coit of polite. After his wounds'
were tires-. h! he wns sent home cling
Captain Itn hartls ami two mounted cops
scitrensl the crowd into which I'luier's
a-s.iilants scnmpertsl for protection.
Later ni th" d: y nnother Wells.Fnrgo !
driver who refus'sf to give his name, was ,
attacked by strikers near the United ,
Si tes Expiess Compnirv's stable nt !
Eighth and Henderson streets ami xvas
punched for insisting that he had a right
to work' il he wanted to I
About II o'clock woul was ivceixvd that .
(Jeiieral Manager llickev was willing
to talk xv ith strikers at the company s
ofllce at the Eri" Kailroad terminal, anil
a cotiinii'.tee visited him 'llie confer-
l.istetl for two hours and a half
As soon as hostilities were declared off
temporarily the strikers returned to work
anil fifty-eight cojis on strike duty went
back to'their stations.
Sum Moran of wagon service and
.lacofi Smith, stable boss, dunietl that
timers hail been discharged because
they were affiliated with the union They
saiil that two men had been suspended
lor leaving their wagons on a ferryboat
ami going into the men's cahiu in viola
tion of a rule of the company.
Ln'o in the afternoon a delegation con
sisting or .James Donnelly, .Jeremiah nur
'" .""i .j. iiiiiiik,s, ..iis.u. sn
B"nte. hal a short conlenmce with Mayor
U, Uo ittpenti at the I Ity Hall. Ihey
'"Id the Mayor among other things that
much of the men's dissatisfaction was due
1 ' rupt. Moran s methods .in dealing with
ii in emnlovees 1 hev said the comnanx'
. . . ... . .. ....... 1 t.:i
sill IIIJI ll.lilsllIIOIISU.l I'M I 111' 11 1 1.1114 lit...
been discriminatinc nea list union men
i no .xi, ivor nromiseti to in t xvun mo com-
i fan"s"onicers and see what he could do
, about il
i 'Iho Wells-Fareo men. who are seriously
talking strike, say that if they decide to
go out in earnest t lie employees of the
Adams and the lulled States Express
compnnles will strike in sx'mpathy The
older men xvtio nave tamuies io support
; 'lo not like tho outlook They say they are
1 satlstied Willi conditions ami are conn
selling the younger men to go slow,
Ahhough ncnily a hundred men have
been dropped from the payroll of tho
Mlimis Express ( onipnny, according to
Hie men's statements, since the last otriko
the men now at xvork say they have no
desire to go on strike If they ran help II
, II' t l.li !.' .V 11777 IIVXAWITE.
'. Inspector I'lneil for llrluulns II Into I'lre
Charles Miller, nn inspector of the
bureau of combustibles, was put on
trial befoie Fire Commissioner Waldo
l vestenlay for bringing a bomb loaded
1 xvith dynamite into the lieaihiuarterh
' building on February 7. There is a rule
against taking explosives to the bureau
'of combustibles, which is on the tloor
I just beneath the lire alarm telegraph
; room Had Miller's bomb gone off in the
I building the lire alarm system would
haxe been knocked into tho middlo of
next week. It tlidii t go on I he inspec
tor brought it from tho Fast Thirty-tilth
street station, wliein he had been sent lo
The contrivnnce hnd been found in the
hallway of an FjisI Side tenement. It
i should have been taken to the fire depart-
, mem s magazine at inn loot oi wist
, Sixty-eighth street
Miller wns fined live
. clays pay.
ICdwnfd Home, nrting chinf inspector
of the bureau of comuusltbles, will be
put on trial next xveek for allowing tho
dynamite to remain tn th building.
Broadway at 34th Street
Celebrated "Esco" )
Men's Silk Half Hose 42c
Value 75c pair )
Special today and tomorrow
"Esco" hose cannot often be bought at this
price, and it cannot be bought at this price
very long. We could get only 3,000 pairs, and
that is little enough for the customary re
sponse to a Saks sale of hose. Every pair
stamped "Esco" and made of lustrous thread
silk, with lisle spliced sole, heel and toe.
Full fashioned, in black only. Main door. t
Men's Fine Neckwear
Values 1.00 and 1.50
Special today and tomorrow
Finest imported and domestic silk scarfs, in
plain colors or stripe combinations, in the
new English shape, making small knot for
the double-fold collar. You cannot get any
thing like these scarfs at anything like this
price. Perhaps the best indication of the
values offered is the fact that we had to be
satisfied with 1500 of these scarfs, though
we wanted more. Main floor.
ASTOR PLACE AND FOURTH AVENUE
Our Fancy Mixture Sack Suit
prices have thawed pretty thor
oughly quite a melting of dollars
from the original prices.
An abundance of attractive
patterns have dropped to
Winter Overcoat prices
softened considerably too.
ESTABLISHED OVER HALF A CENTURY
iritv m:its or in ax i (.school cost .$.vm peh pupil
Xnil X wards Her I'alnler Snnielldnc More In Newark-Freililcnt Mlnthrop Showg
Sult-tantlal Tlinn Hath TlrKcls. j ur New Onei Cost I.cn.
Justice Prince and a jurv in the Eighth' President Winthrop of the Board of
Municipal Court heard vestenlay that , Education gave out a statement yesterday
Diana at the Hath, considered as a woik'with reference to the criticism that th
of art was worth tl'-M. but that Diana ! Board of Education was extravagant In
at Fle'ischman's baths at Forty-second . the purchnso of sites nnd erection of
street and Sixth avenue could not be 1 schools. Mr. Winthrop pointed out that
il..d burlier tlian the sum total of 1. SO,
and eighteen bath tickets, even though
she were sprend over a cement wall 15 by
30 feet , . .
braliam J llogdanoveti, who appeared
as an nrtist plaintiff, told Court and Jury
that he had Installed Diana and her hand
maidens on a blank wall in the women's
tea room at Iho l'lelschman imtatorium
on the express understanding that ho
should receive Sin for each day that the
huntress was in the shaping. He had
worked eleven and a half days nt the job,
and besides he had lieen forced to pay a
model IB. Joseph r leiscliman, wno acieu
as lus own lawyer, assured tho Judge and
Jury that hv verbal agreement lietween
tlie two me ariisi sio i n-i-n.r- .i,.iv
in coin and eighteen opportunities to
lavo himself in the Fleischman estab
lishment, there being no restrictions ns
to time and circumstanco in tho latter
half of the contract
-If vour Honor and the gentlemen
of the jurv would only come down and
lOIIIV (11 IIII.L l..n. ,.,v. ...............
"you would bo convinced that eighteen
bath tickets alone would tie nn extortionate
price to pay for such art Why, if one
of those Diana women should take her
hand down from her hair she could feel
her feet, standing up; yes, your Jlonor,
standing up " , .
Mr llogdanoveti said he had been forced
in do his work durum business hours in
the women's tea room nnd that was no
added adx-antage He had made his draw
ings from his model at his studio, in;3
Park avenue, and he needed no supple
mentary models As a matter of fact
all the patrons who had lounged beneath
his scaffold had been clad in sheets.where
as lus subject was Diana actively bathing
xxnen xieorge .") .n .... .....r.,
of fl'.'fl Audubon avenue, took the stand
as a witness for the phlntiff Fleischman
asked him IT he nail ever iinmiou signs
along railroad tracks, and if lie had what
he had received for that genre of artistic
effort Mr Mavnard declared t lint ho
wns not a sign painter, but I lint he hud
known of such artists icceiving ?! a
dav for their work
'Ihe jury letiirned Mr. Hogdanoven
an awai d of $7ft
n o u t v s t vs in: miii t n ii r.n.
Wie's a llent Ciilleeter nnd Had failed to
;rt Ills Jlotic).
William heiler, a carpenter of 417
Fasi Sisly-fourth street, was uriesled
last night on the complainant of Kate
itnmermau of lift Fast Sixty-fifth street,
a collector for the City nnd Suburban Ileal
I'ifiin Cotmianv On Februnrv 7. she
says, she knocked at Keller's door in the!
course of her collecting and he admitted ,
her Then he lociied tne door on ner
she says, and gran Pen tier ny llie tnroat.
When she fought duck lie Knccued tier'
'Ihe collector screamed nnd Keller, she
savs, ran out of the room without touch
ing the satchel xvhich Bhe curried and
which contained at tho time about $50.
Keller, according to the detectives, said
that he hnd planned to sail for Europe
ns soon as lie could net a chance to work
his passage. When asked why he had
attacked the collector he replied: "Well,
If you hadn't had anything to eat for four
days what would you do?
tno new ..innuai ami commercial (
school of Xewark, X. J., had cost tOOO.000.
The building xvill accommodate 1,200
pupils and the auditorium has a seating
capacity of 1.0m). The cost per pupil,
he said', would bo S5U0, and on this basin
he figured that Xewark might be said
to lie more extrax-agant than this city.
To support this assertion he said th
Stuvx-csnnt High School in this city,
built in 1107, was $421 per pupil in cost ot
construction. Tho Washington Irvine
Midi School, now under construction, (a
to cost tl, 131, 106. As it will accommodatd
3,oni) pupils the cost per pupil will b
"It does not appear thnt charges of
extravagance are justified if we compare
wnat nas noen done in rew tone wim
what is being done in Xewark," President
WOULD LE AWAKE
ALL NIGHT WITH
Terrible Sufferer Ever Since Ho Can
Remember. Utterly Intolerable.
Seomod Beyond Medical Power to
Cure. " My Disease Was Routed
by Cuticura Soap and Ointment."
"I UU Kent ptaUT In pral.lnir tfa
wntidcrfnl Ciitlmr Ciirwi. Kver lnce I ra
rfnifnilr I wni a terrible sunVrtr of rrem,
and other lirltatinr fkin disra-M. I would
lie awake all niiilit, and mjr surterUn wan
Intolerable. A scaly humor settler! on inf
bark, and brinr. bill a (hilit, I naturally
scratched It. Il wa 11 burning, itchim; srnu
tku:. antl ulterljr intolerable, In fnct. It u
no that I could mil poiclbly furget about it.
It 1II1I net take Icnc before it .irrai lo my
klioiiltlers and iirne. and 1 was almost rovered
with a ma.s of u lleali on art mint of my
rrratt'ninjr II 1 w;ut la sih'h a condition that
my liantts were IN.
"A numlsT ot jitiTSldans wtre railed, but
Il seemed beyond their iiie,i,Ml (Kiwer anil
knowltsis to cure rw Having tried nnmr
011a tre.imrnts wttlintit derlvme inr lienent
from Ui'-m, I lud eivtn inwlf nn In t ie
merry of my dre.ulfiil matm.lv, but Itlioiislit
I would take the Cmieiim Ireatinent a Inrt
tn the or
rtiiort Wimlx raruuit ciliiess rn; Kraiiniuei
one w tin rre.t'i! ine . tri'-ni.. .it
a 1 bate named tlieni. lor tnanK
I, .s... j mlmr J 1 le ( llll-
him Uemedles ent to Ihr .i.fTerin; nprlrl,
' 7 ',. , ' VPr ,(Te.(d from
;'" ' ,,imn,. Uv mei-e wai rouird hy
i-...tn... u..,,, nn,i rnntmKit. and I
m .r 1 ,.r snii I an fell
nerer cease Drnldn, the wonderful rnei It
thev contain. 1 will never be without them.
In frt, I can almo.t dare any skin dbeasej
to attack me Ion. m I have Cutlcutg
Rm.1tej In the home. 1 hope thmt thh
letter mill clr other suffcreri an Idaa of how
I suffered, and also lione that Ihey will noj
pas. the 'Cutk-uta Life Savlnr Station,' -
Phllarte ltla. Pa.. Aug. 29. 1010.
Isold everywhere. Send tt Pottw .Pmy.
gkm. Oorp., Botioa, tor trae book aw M mm.