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THE SUN. FRIDAY. JUNE SO, 1911.
rules and to causn their rtMpootlvo cor
porations to conform to mem nuo.
The matter of piioo reuuliitloli won one
of Uo chiuf matters of com-oni, ho pto
cood the Inak'tmont". An urlutr.-.rv t.uini;
was flx-ril iihiii which win lin'oil iioti
the output of tin- vaiioiiw com p,init
party to the n(ri cnMit. Tlnvw r.V.io.s
wore royartloil a- th. allotments of litnd
iipm allowed to i'ii h company
Tho method ly which th" companies
held thenwlviM hound to tin's? allot
tnenta whs alio prcscilli-vl Within a
stated nuinlr or iI.uk .'Iter th" first of
e.vh month, in case Jiu-linon Indicated to
anv of t)i in thwt hs allotment had li"ii
exceeded, tlie nlfeiidluj: company xvi'; to
deposit with hiin a '.fh penalty which
varied nccordim; to the amount ol th- ex
ecs', For Ititdul if, til- Hare Copper ire
Association pi o hied that if any of its
meml)ers did limine In eces of its
allotment the memlier should pav to.lni'h.
scn .Vi renin for each Iim poiitnM or hare
oopptr wire lor which it tool; orders he
yond whr' was allowed to it
The cash so collected wen' to torni a
ruaran;eedcoit which w.i fnrfciteil in
v.w til" llielllher WltllllfetV Iri'll the
nr.Aoel.1t Ion. I Ills money .li-.rli was to
hold conaniiouslv r-s trcmuici I urtlier
upon the forniall'on of th" .isoclnlioli tlie
nipmlmrs nail into this unari'iitce luml
sums ratiKinn I rem M.uomo M.iw I h"'
deposit, t-et villi; uit uum.iliiees of uoml
faith.were forteu.ilile in o.io the depositor
didn't live un lo tic rt'KUhtion ot tim
Jacl.i'Oii i'M eiii'todian of other funds
alho The memliers tor. ivuiilretl to
deposit with him a staled i'rc"iit4n;e or
rate hasi'd upon th" output of t.-.c oimcci'ii
for the previous montu In Mi" case of
the Hare Copper Wire Association (his
W.n a the rate of ."i cents .i 1 h pounds
With respect to price (iiinj, th" Indict
ment savs in Ih-c is-of till concern lli.'.t
the defcnii'iiits lied a schedule ol prices
at which thlr respective inrpor clous
fjiould sell the l)ire copper wire thcieal ler
to lie produced liv tliem " Jackson, as
supervisor of tic asocl.ilion, tv.is to tl
the liase price of bare copper wire, and
this price was to runaiii In fore" until h"
changed it li sil.vi were to he made n
this rat" In tic main t'i" process or
prlc"fivinRwa identic il in tin other asso
ciation , . ,
Jpcksoll Wt's to lie liepl III touch With
the buslnc.s m the omp.-nies, .imtinies
bv mail ei 'h d :y. soinettuis by n reioit
at the end of i!h mon.h !lo tva to linow
the na'ivM oi' i ,tn r oid in ea- of
contrac - th" nt-i" of .lehvcy .I.t Usou
thereur n tni-l- Mn-l' a i-ort of clear
ing h'u e f.ir ml. ir.M.i. ion tor ill" other
members of tic i.-s'ici ,1011 Ho sent to
each i.wib' r a dic 1 't th" teports he
receive), sioi!'i .11 - wlia- all the
othern had dot" d-rm,; tic- 11111" winch
the report w.i o-ippi-'-d ,0 cover
Hi.sides tlo iiv ans of iMiniiimtion, the
members of - -cia io!i m-; r.f a;e.:t d
poriods .i I t.'-IUd "er lu-it' -s and
heard rooop.i if w'm hd n done.
In Piltt' c""S l.'o .r:"'ll'' loi's were ko
form'd that tle-v f I "ii'ii. i i't each
me-ti'i'- I '"i" le.Miri."
T!ir le '! t'ui, Il dn lf"ii
.Inccin'iila'ed in We.'l s i- .
iHV. .site. I i'1'ici..o h.
. ncie xud
M d'i jesti r
cl.is'e "of tno
marliei was u;i fpeu :lv ois-nifi;.
iterneri 1 .-.-i. ":- uu- . -...,.
n..o.i:.... 1 . l',.il,.l .;..!! AttnrllPV
diiieiiiK .. v.. ;
WUe before the jurymen indicated that
they were rcadv. H" went m the (ir.md .
Jury room wnn .Mr siaycu a
ininiitos and came out about the tm" tlie
jurymen pot, reidy to so before
Ill, lee '
tl. I 1 tir.. in.nftti ! illtntlt
4 V M 'X member of lie ii.i.cd States i
tw no nfre..s Tlie ci-e p. heioro
the Uni:el .States i irc-uit i oiin next wm-ji.
Iw said, anil each man indicted will apoear
thn in inrson or ty itiunl. Mr Wisi
-.1 1 I. tr..nl "f.. li.teel. vir. Ptlls
rukrd .Indie Hard for bench wrne.nts
hut no provision had been made for them
at th close of court .linUe Hand, in
dUchn rcim: the jurymen. ai,l thai tliey
had done cu iniiortaul work and d. serv. d
the tha'iks of the coniinunity. Thy hrve
been sittini: since Mav 1
Wall Street did not uml"rs-..vid th scope
or the action Html t. w.is .ilmost tinm for
the brokers so , limi"
A lnvyer t.unilia- with the activity or
the ns,oeiitioiis in telling of their oriain
and dis-olution snul that WahinetTi
was elite'! v n sponsible for their breaking
up. .1 1st wnat the 'i.iti.io ot ho l'i-ieral
action was h" wovldn'i say lieyoed re
tuar"itiK that WashiiiRlon had told :he
lawj-ers inierisi.-l in the associations
that th"V would lo r-nliji-ci to pn,secitK'i
under ihe Sherman law
"'Hie lawyers akl th" federal il-thorilli-i
v.'i'j they tho'iijht of tie- pools
and thev were lolo t'ui I' would lie dan
perous to keep thorn .Koi'M; ho they
worn broken up vol uit..ril.- In a way
tllis ai ti i'i v as tai.eti o it of dr lereiito to
"The association., began to epue in
JWS '111.' t.rM to break up was that of
tho wlro r ipe m I'Ulf.iet 're-- .Seven
assooati ms quit in IK'i Th" fine Mag
net Wire .V'sorhtion la."t'"l until t'.uo "
He desi ribol the invcs-.iRition as hav
ing began M'iy a last "They call" I
aiioiit seven' v. ilvn or a lciivln-l wit-
nersoi' Ii- said -strnograpners. hook
keeper-, a v'
ll',-i e'llloV is Ahno
m-orybodv was there b''t oflce bovs and
the fields' ol tin- imsiricss Latterly they
Hubpo-na.Kl ooifespundeitii and lirne-l
that individual ma:i'i;'.ic"irers H id written
to each o'hr tutor th- di-sil itio:i of the
BMiooiatioiis anl 'hit ihv had tal'.ed
pricoi nifl otuer inatt of trade interes,
Tho terms tli" used were anytliing lut
discreet " ...
This lawyer said that et th" tune ,,o
aiisoeiat ion's were forfi"d most ol the
bushiest of wile pro'iucing coiiipatncs
was carried on at a loss. There was vio
lent oompctulou and other
"It " simply an rtiernpit mutual
protection," ho said, "in th" hope tint ruin
vnilld ho warded i
i... I ntl the ilssoc itiotis
noA r..',ii,wl iinm..rilv for tirlei
rnlninnimeo ' 'I liev w ere fortiied f,o that
riuimnnhln i.rolit could bo !:u.irniited.
and tho small manufacturer hid r.s good j Publication Company, American Homo
a chance as tho irreit one As n result I Magazine Company, S. S, MtChiro Com
of thooperatior of tho pools tli" wir- trde panv, Ciowell Publishing Company, Cur
waa rescued from a loi'diUon in which neni Literature Company, Phillips Pub
no profit whatever was pos.ibl" I.oiees lishing Company, Harper A llroth"rs,
were changed to profits r-nglng from 12 ' Leslie-Judge Company, Hutterick Pub
to in per cent , which is rgerded ,is rca- lldiing Company, Standard .Fashion
Bonable busine;is income" Company, Hidgeway Company, Frederick
This lawyer sHd he tiidu t think th" j L. Collins and New Idea Publishing Com
cast) would' ever come to tri il The one puny.
POlnt inVOIVCIl, lie f ui, vwii i:e- e-nioy
of cooperation .Many 01 the men in
dicted were hardly more than casual at-
ronfipnm 111 01 01 1 ., . e mh1 " '..
-:.V.i. u stlnci. the breaking of tho
formal agreements besides tim corrcs
nnndeneo there had been conference'!
Hin "fotoieinlls llllic'ieons
A lawyer for the Steel t orpor, lonsrdd
that the pooling ngreenienii nan tjeen f(.,lt atul ilui some odicial work Ho de-' summer hone at Forest Hill to-day He
KotuphyJ.Teksoti;.ndliadbee:icnntinuedi,..lriMi ,is purpose to ujiinro hi, dismii-sal I was silent as to Standard leorganiration
untler his advice ,'nd direction Hi" ,v the Mayor and conilnuo at his old job I plans "There is nothing 1 inn say,"
lawyers for th" companies interested in imt; . matter is decided in 1 ourt Heine icphod to 11 question. "I do nut feel
tho associations Itad not had anything i,,,,i a long coulerence yesterday with ; that I should now bie.ik mv policy of
to do xvitli tho pools .intl xvero not con-, .innn II McCojey at Democrat!' head-1 never discussing business for nuhllca.
BUlteri until ianv
"Whou the 'iii'Tlcin .Steel r.nd xin
Company xvas Itd'ormetl by our counsel
that thejewi's, quest ion rs to tho legality
of tho IooU it got out," h; fiiid.
Ho pointed out also I'm th l ulled
fits At: irnrx had Instituted proceed
ings on acts two x-ears old. "Tlirre is
nri'wiekidntsf. now," h declared "Th"
t'.ssncit'':oPs 'xere foimod In a day xvhen
It was no' thour'it unlawful to combine
for purpo-os oi price control provided
tho mo'hotU i'."d were not too ugly,
Thno if s ill ri qm sti iu ns to whother
llirsf, nettnlhl xvntn Wlthlll 111" le.XV, Til"
indl- tmotits by no nv ans dfcltlo thf.t ,
m itter - ... , I
it xvii s tioiutorl out r's i lliat there has
been p 1 final dech'ioii ui 11 tho criminal
rl, s of 1 ho Siieiinnn 1 in-trust law.
Ferdiratid W ltoehlit g, had of Joiin
lioebhng A Sons Compaay, said last
utsht in Tr u'011 that at pn -em his cnin
I anv lias no agi. eiiiont wnh any other
coi.forn rclii no to plies or anytliing
dsn Ho said th.i, tln indi' MeoiHs ha'l
to do with mi't.is tvo or t In years
old Ho wi'i in Si w Vork ) :s' le foiu the
InHlctmelltil w-'ie 11 -'i-nri'i
The names ol the in,.,, jpdi ieil i
TflcrhT' ' h x ' " l"r,n s
pnllipx. "C'hi'le I' l.eounj on, Ji ,r.
ward S Peru f u. ,ln 1 u, idl
iian-l W flnehliiiJ, 11.111. 1 M..t . 4,
Joseph W. Mareh, Uiiliatn" A. I- nnor,
were used at all the Coronation
Banquets and were also ordered
(or the City Corporation Ban
quet to the King at Guildhall.
A Size For Every Taste
The Little Hronn nt"
Phllln II W Smith. Ch.iih"
.1 Mnrt anil
hdum l, .l,i"Kon, If
ll'i i I mi r llfr ls, mi. Vtilililil'
I'.illii't. frank Hn lt-l.es, i. entire I". lti-til -
III..II l...r.r.. V iVi.Oti ll.oitil- Mt.tt-I
, t r, ,.f,.., Untiles W Hi-elt
I'timl. N Phillips. I.m.'1-nc I! Phillips,
'Cli.irlei" II. Ileiiillitflaii, .lr, Mfted A
towl.x, Chniles I'. Urooker, Itu-rell V
Cowl.w, IMward I. l'rible, .lr, ri litit-
.1 II! ... . . . . . , II
.I i 'ii-i.iiisnu. i noiti is n iei .'tim". ii .
DoiiBiitv. l.lM.ird S. IVr.d. nr.. .I..l.uk- 1
'on. I'erillti.iiiil W. Iloelilliitf. Mill (1. Iloeh-
llio;,.li)M.pli V Miitrli " lltl.im' . Conner. 1
Philip II siit,, Cliiirl.- .1 Marsh and I
I. Inin K .Iih I,.,iii. .lr
Wl Ith. HMr ,, .U.liMl H'lM t I'fC'i'l
' WilMam P Palni-r. I'r.mk ll.iai k
I. eolVi' I' llnniiiiell, lienr.te I'r.mlii,
I'r.ink e)es, Charles ltieit. I milk
Philhi's. i:ni:one It Phillips. Ch.nle-"
II IteniltiKt.m. .It . Mfred A Cov.le, ( h.iiles
1 Hnniker. Illl-srtl I nils, llliilllils
Will. lie, .lr, l.iaU I' Aii-rhnl, l.lward
I l-ri-lil.'. .lr. Arthur" M. Iilcklii-on.
Thiiiais II. Kent. lhiii.i' I' IImikiii,
I'l'iiry'' II Whl.'v, .tohii C llrlditinaii.
Mfred I". .Moore, ntolne Itoiit neliville.
I'..lwlii lliittr.iia, llclu.ird S IViut, l.wirw
I .l,i.'koii. Ilethert (I I'liilllps. W fied
fields, Perdnund V lIoeMlm:, ' I'lnlil. I
Sewlinrj , .loeph V. .M.ir-li, illliim '
Cotin-r. Philip H Miilth. Chitle. .1
M.ll'sll 11ml f. I w lit f .l.iek-uli, If
'ii. .tferM ll'n , .tflin, 1111 ei f er.lilt i:id
iV. Iloeliliac. ' I'retik ' 1 Vewherrv. fr.ml.
I'hlllips, r.inreno II Phillips, "t'lrirles"
It Heiillaistoii, .lr , .liiscph C llelil.'ii. Newel
II. Parsons, Wullate ) liiim"v. William
S I'"l., rimnuH Wallace, ,lr , l.mils f
Viis.hntz, Alfr-d f. Moore. Aiiloli"' Hoiir-n-mMlle.
f.dHin I1.1rir.11a. Ilciviamm s
Welih. fr.ml.' M Potter. , Henry
.Hamiainid and fdvilti V. .l.vksnn, .lr.
ersi - s';M- Mnntif.irturt r-i' ,t hru. ioti"t
William ! Palmer. Praek llaml.es, lhoin.i
II. Tnvlor. He.'iiiis Merrlman. Charles
II lli.ltoa. I'hlhii s Dyer, Ceorue V.. lleltim.
I'r.lll' ! tioiil,!. -tot i It W Kler. .tames l
Keith. Sam'. el II Huberts Iran :. .
i '.irpen'er. pichard Cemsock. falph
C Vatr.,is, ( corve I. Itnweii and Iduin
I .laeksen. lr
lt' rfl, dill I ',ni f r t'lltflr ls,,.-.rl el
William P Palmer. I renk ll.inelies. Dennis
i;,.y,.t t ii.iri.'s W.'
A Crai'in. I rank
llasswi. lpMud s
Perot, denrire .larl.soti, ferdir.and
t I I, I , I V.... I. I.
l.eeeilll':. ir.Oll. ..-n , . ,
... ., , VI Itlt.- - I lYiiiner Pliilm
II W Smith. I harles .1. Marsh and fdwui
;!';''"" ,lr ....
I'a r, 1'i.ink ll.incl.es. (ieonie
, i inwiu. i nai.es . mwu, i liins
, I rani. X. l'lnllliis, Charles " It tteminutun.
Mr, llenr tired, Menrv U. Heed.
! I... .-.1 I C.I.. ir.l lli,r,uv ll..r.
C f.dward Murrav. er-
le-it I. .s.itteilei
shlev, .loim 1
fied .1. Hall, .laiiies II
f ll' inan. "Ilenrv ' II
llr diMii.iti, lieortre II
N'ortti .lames II Melierllict. Hubert
Siehcrlliis. Hubert f. l.aeas. I.e Is.inui 1
Colt, fied 1, llnnliar, II. KccWtoii tlalla
her. William II Hall, .'r . Herbert (l
Phillips . fred fields, ferdinnnd W
I'.iielilln". I r.iu'i. .1 Netttiurv. I.e Hov
' 1 '1, 11k, i.i'oree II. Wilson. I h.irles A Mcis.,
.buses II Miison. .lo'epli V Maisli, William
, 1 miner. Philip II W Smith. H.nitii It
, Hidlm. Wallai" S l lark and ).diu V.
l.nni 1'ncK'nl l!n')l,r Inu'ibMnl t'nlii.
t ,,rieKiri William I I'alliiei. frank
I l.i u l.ei. licnrue I'r.'ncin. f rank A licvcs,
l hailes H.1S...H. fred .1 Hall, ferdln.ind
, W nivalin.', frank I Newbury. 1." Hoy
1 1. irk, (leoiire II. Wilson, fverott Morse.
I'hnrlps A Moiss. .lames II Mn"on. Joseph
W Maish, William Conner. Philip .V W
I smith, t harles .1 Maish and fdiu f
I Jai ksdii. Jr.
I It'iri i,',ii.' .tmririiiiiim-William P. l'al
! imr. frank f.anckes. (ieorje i rarin.
1 C!i irles W. Hi'esett, 1 rank A. Kevcs. John
1 f.roilerU'k. .liisepli I). Hnscom, 'Ih.odore I
ItMiiati. Henrv H. slilei-. John C. Hrldir
itnna. HenrN I.es.lien. John A l.es hen,
feidlmind W tlnebbtie, Karl i. Heelillm,'
' lletirv I, st'shiard, l.rskiue Hewitt. I.drtin
, I. Jaeks'in. Jr
rriu. isii 1:11s
Seieuleen Hi'fiinl.inls In Macilnt
Mill Sen cil.
The return of I'liited Htate .Mari.li.il
Heiik"l in Ihe service of subpu nns on th"
defendants in the (iovenunent's dissolu
tion suit against Ih" Periodical Cleuriii",
House and the various magaities r.nd
neriodic.il publishers composing the
i-o-called nmg.i.ine trust was ed
lerday in th" federal Circuit Com i T li
I.Marsliai Sliccecueu in S'TYiiir seventeen
e delendaiils as follows. (Tiarles l
r. tieasurer ol the Perod1c.1l Clear-
nu House. 1.1 Astor
. ' I. hitler us secretin V III ') Ml' nw
I ltnviews Company, (ieorge, Von
l I'lSSX ,
, International Macaine Company. New
.taiiir Knue slicks.
Jnmes Kane, xxho xvas removed
. . . ,,, r. .
his place as r lecntai 1 ommr-ioner on
Wednesday by Mayor Oaynor, turned up
as usual yesterday at th" office of tim
Meet ion Hoard in the lemplo liar lluilrl
llrooklvn, took his accustomed
ALFRED' BENJAMIN &
Hot-Weather Apparel a Specialty
Large varieties, sizes to fit any man
Outing Trousers of reliable materials
Flannel $4 to $8.50. Duck $2 to $5.50
i CHICKEN FIGHT, FIFTH WEEK
jfiwmi: nr.nt unit
' rtxn wirii a
ton VII AT
.11 unit. .
lnKc n llein.irk ttlilcli 4'nurl Tlitiuxlit
, .MlKht Itc llclnned to Iteliukc the
Cnurt fur ChaltltiK Willi the l'riecii
tor IIimiiii I'nlhiu the Ucnuirh.
While I.ouis Halle, a lawyer of .1 Beelt
inati street, was teslifyinn on the hickeii
trust trial in (tetieral .Sessions ycs erd.iy.
W. T. .letome, coniist.d for th" defence,
nodded and said a f w wolds to one of
i the jurors. .IuiIk" llosalsky warned the
'Jurors not to talk to counsel but to pay
attention to the i nets.
"Tli" m.itttr of which 1 was talking,
your Honor," r.,iid .Mr. .lerome, "was
eiitiiely foreign to this case. It seems to
mo quite as improper thrt the Idstiict
Attorney should b. in const. mt consulta
tion with the court ns to the conduct of
the case us till" counsel Tor the defence
should pass the I ime or day Ith a Juror "
.Mr. .limine refurrnl to the occasions
when Assistant Disttict Attorney lie Kuril
had i;oiie to th" .Indie's desk mid talked
with .)uih;e ilosalskv without inviiiim
collliel for the difi.lice to Join ill the
s"m' ""' 'fer Mr .lerolile' had told
thei'oiirt Iim opinion of such conversalions
""K" i.osaisny asiieit tin, stcllOKraplier
lo turn back t that nart ot tim neonl.
Conn wnsjiist nlmut to adjourn
"l.'o I understand, " he said to .Mr
Jeroni", "that you charge this court with
being in eoiiien nct. with the liisnict
Attorney and iidwsmg liim Imw to pto
cced?" "I inejnt Jest what I said," Kiid Mr
Jeiouie -Mr Stenographer, will vou read
tie1 pa-sage again, please?"
The stenographer did ho.
"T.'ie iMiitt is not in conference willi the
litncl Aiiorn. v in ri;ard to the conduct
of tin ca..e,"s:.d Judge Ilosalsky "Vou
nine iiecn insiuci .1 1 loriley n inecouiuy
and know tin" such conversations are a
fn Miio'it f r.ict ict "
"Tni.t h. t'le, your Honor," srid Mr
I Jerome, "and I lake ji the comriKition
a im not conll-ied sit icily to mailers con
ci rniii;; this cae."
"Have von been listening'" put in Mr
He ford hotly
"As much as l could," answered Mr
"I thought so." said Mr He Kurd, "il is
worthy of you "
"lo vou asert." asked Judgo ItnsaUkv,
"that your conduct m speaking to a juror
was as ceenily as that of th" court?"
"Mr .Stenographer will vou tilcae read
th" minutes again?" nskt'd Mr. Jerome
After he had done mi .Mr Jerome continued-
"I m.ik" no reflection on the court."
lies.iid. "I have been too long associated
with yourself 1(ith ,lt a fellow n.etnlicr
of the Kir and as an ofllcer of the court
lr tlie District Attorney sees fit to march
IP lo your Honor and engage in whis
pered convers.it 'on the coutt cannot
prevent it except by nn iiii-eemlv amount
of starched dignity. I do I hitik. however,
that when any conferences an1 held coun
sel for both sider. i-hould be represented
surely your Honor knows m-' too well
to think that I intended any reflection
on the court I admit I was ntterlv nt
fault in talking lo the juror. even though
it was on a matter not connected with the
"Well," F.iid Judge Ilosalskv, "I under
stand we are all human and fiabl" to err.
but I want it undertood that sitting lieie
:ti judgment it is not my intention to
tip the scales for one side or for the other
1 did not intend to inflect upon vou, hut
I wished to have Ihe jury give their whole
attention to the case "
Mr !) ford succeeded yostnrdav in
introducing an agreement made June ?,
isoti, in which the slaughterhouse men
agreed to buy no live poultry except from
tin- llrms designated by th- jobbers. The
tn.'l is now in its tit (It week
oxi.v oxi: viuimit oiiaxti:o.
iUtt I'trewiirl.s Dealers I'a II to rnmpl)
Willi are ami Sane Herniations.
Kiro Commissioner Johnson said yes.
torday that up to the preen! he had issued
only one permit for tho Kiln of fireworks
for the fourth of July period Then'
t 11 -. .. i. . .
iiii-i iseii i applications, nut only one
complied xx it Ii tlie regulations prescribed
by tho lire Department These regit
i.v.totis require a tlrenroof building nnil
the installation of the automatic sprinkler
system .some ueaiers said tliey would
comply with the iegul.it ions, lull huve
not uoti" so a- yet
ihe twelve inspectors of tlie bureau
of combustibles, have been out rounding
up such dealers as might lie found having
ureworns v.iinout me i.-gal permit III.
inspectors lo'iorted that there wns con
siilernble smuggling into tho city of noise
Ui inspectols made fifty seizures of
th" routrahnntt smut anil found enoiich
to fill three wagons These will be inkeii
to timer s island .md destroyed
The following order was 'made public
bv the Kite Comtnis-ioner.
I litter authority vrsted In me by sritlon
Till of the clnrter anil In accordant e with
resolution of the muui'lpal cxplosito.s
( oiiuiil(-.,,n of May in. nun, applie s i,r
hi- honor Hie Ma or on May I'uii, 1 heieln
piesi riO" llie luuiiwiinr teL'lll.'ltlons mn .
! el nine t lie s l le tic lelnll lie ilei u of llr,u,rL-4
oiwisting id Chine-M trackers, tocl.ets
i ,,u. Iiflils. ratldles, inloreil pots, I, in
I MM,.u and 'other woii.s of hrilll.int i'oloie.1
r,. petween the unh day of June and the
,.., ... ,,f ,.
Of v.. 1. .!.!! ... , .1 ...
I i" i.'oo stein I,,- ip-ucii ior ico sain
I - lr..l.,,rLU lit rtnll in ,.., l,..O.IIn.. .. I.l.l.
". " " " ..w ,..01. oil 10, 11
Is wholly or in pari orcupied or used ns a
dwelling or Pmeiuent hnno, or In any iore
or building which Is not equipped with an
approved sjteiii of automatic sprlukk'rs.
Notices were sent to manufacturers of
llrinxorka in this and other cities warning
them of the delivery here of fireworks
under penalty of seizure Most of them
heeded the warning Some did not nml
I their stuff xvas confiscated wherever
III" Polire Department has been aked
to cooperate iii enforcing the regulation'
of tho Firo Department
llnekrfrllrr llarl. In Cleveland,
Cl,MH.tMi, Juno If John D. Itocke.
I feller retumeil from New nrk to hi)
IIS Kit toil ATTACK 1X0 it O.MAS.
Irsxp Shnrp, llml Kutntc Man, ! AIIMl
In l'.epie.lnll Sentence.
Mrn, Porotliea Fullen, who saya she I
the wife of tho United States Proflr-ntHng
Attorney of .Voxv Mexico, xvas tho com
plainant In the Court of Hpeelal Sessions
yesterday against a young man, manager
of the real estate firm of Calder, Nassolt l
fanning, 2731 Hroatlway, whom she ac-
ensed of assault. Mm. Kttllen obtained'
a conviction and ,Jes.e Sharp, the de-1
fondant, xvhose brother-in-law, Dr. Morris
woir, Is tlie Healtli Commissioner or
Yotikers. wa fined $1(10 with tho option
of thirty days In jail. The fin was paid.
Mrs. I'ulleii, who less than ,Ti,1nald
she met Sharp in lWMt when she hired nil
apartment nt 4oo Hlversido Drive through
the firm of which he In manager. Since
she has known him she has given hlm
il?,(KK. the nalil, most of which was to be
Invested. She never got any return from
her investments through iilm, she de
clared, ami on January 10 she went to the
Clifton, till Miversido Drive, where he
mahitahied bachelor apartments, to talk
to hlm about money matters, With her
she had her seven-yeiir-o Id daughter,
Hosetnary Virginia Kulleii.
When she. rapped at the door It was
opened by Sharp, who grabbed her by
the wrist and pulled her in. She begged
him not to kill her. she said. Ills ansxver
was to seize her by the throat and throw
her to the lloor. Then he klckisl her and
heat her over the face and head and ham
meied her with the butt end nfa revolver.
She flimllv got out and went down to the
night cou'it to get a warrant lor Shatp's
Mrs. Fullen says she is a woman or in
dependent means, having an Income of
J.'t,nii a vear for life from her first hus
band, Kdgar T. Wallace. Wallace is a
Westerner who comes to town ollen and
slops at the Waldorf hh lierseir lias
liven III ,ew I orK in ine .xniiouiii, ine
Nat uric, the St. Hegis. the St. Denis anil
Hosemary Irginia rullen, tlie seven-
viar-o hi (laucliter. corrotioruteii tier
inotlier in every detail about the assault
Sharp's storv was Unit h" hud acted
in sell -defence. He said Mrs. Fullen
came to tils apartment and when he said
he was through with her she pulled a hat
pin out and attacked him with it Aft-jr
she had cut him on the wrist with th" hat
pin h" pushed her away and she stumbled.
A doctor testilled that she had three ribs
broken and bad cuts on her faoe, Sharp's
liome is hi Vonkers, all hough he main
tains tho bachelor apartments in the,
Sharp had many character witnessed,
including Vincent 'J. Slattery of the llttn
of Morgan A Slattery architects. Dr.
Wolf said he had met the woman the day
before the assault and she hail said she
was going to kill Sharp. Several others
testltled as to alleged threats on Sharp's
life made bv Mis fullen.
(Jeorge Simpson, lawyer for Sharp.
offered in evidence chocks nggregating
nearly S2,ii which bore her Indorsement
and weie made out by Sharp
VI XEUAI, OF Mil. AllltA HAM.
To lie Held To-tin) nt the Temple lirael
The lloiinrar) I'alllirarrrs,
Tho funeral of the late Abraham Abra
ham, who died suddenly at his summer
homo on Alexandria Hay on Wednesday i
morning, will take place this nfternoonat
the Temple Israel, at Hedford and lai-
fayette avenues, of which he xvas a lad-1
dig member for several years, the Hev.
Nathan lxrie.s officiating.
The body of Mr. Abraham was brought
to New Voi k inn prix-ntocaronan Adiron
dack special, and Inst night was taken
from the (irantl Central Station to the
Abraham home, at son St. Mark's avenue.
It was accompanied by Mis. Abraham.
her son Laxx-ronce and other members ot (
the family, and by Nathan htrnuH.
This is tlie list of honorary pallliearors:
Mavor Ct.ivnor, Comptroller I'rendergast,
Hofough President Steers. Congressman
Calder, William Herri, Col Willis 1 Ogtlen,
ex-Mavor Charles A Schiereti, Henry
Hentz,' Justice Samuel T Maddox, Frank
Hailey, CJsc.ir Straus, Natlinn Straus.
Isador Straus, Dr St Clair McKelway.
Frank Jonas, I.ee Kohns, Kdwaid M.
Hi out. Justice Itosendal" of Manhattan.
Dr (ieorge McNaughton, Henry Jones,
Magistrate Moses J Harris, Justice Almut
!'. .lenks, I.ouis U, I'iriiski, I rank Pent
largo, Heiijamin Conroy, Aaron Levy,
Andrew Mtd.ean, Magistrate Alexander
(ieismar. fieorgo W Chauncey, Chief
Magistrate Otto Kempner, Jurors Com
missioner Jacob Ilrenner. Augustus A
Healv, (ieorge W. Morse, Julian D. Fair
child', Jacob Schiff. laigene Henjaiiiin,
John Thatcher. Michael fiirst. Nathan
S Jonas, Prof V W. Hooper, Secretary
of State IMward I.araiisky, Henry Hoth,
IMward Umterbach and Adolph l.ewi
soldi The interment will bent Salem HehlB
Cemetery on Jamaica avenue.
Tlie eVteem III which the deceased
merchant was heh is shown by the flood
of letters. t"legrauis and tartls which
have been sent lo his ble home, fearing
expressions of deep regtet Many of the
lieneyolellt, social anil inner organism ions
with winch Mr. Abraham was identilled
luxe adopted resolutions of condolence.
Among them are tin- Itrnoklyu Orphan
Atyluni, Ihe Council of Jewish Women,
The Jewish Hospital, 111" Hebrew Fduen
tionnl Society, th" oiing Men's Hebrew
Association and the Kings County Trust
Fit 1. in: i.oxonti:
I'amous Painter or Flutter I'.isies
at Ills Home In California.
Los ANOHt.K.a, June ill. Paul do Long
pre, the painter of lloxvors. dind in his
home in Hollywood late this evening after
a long illness. Nearly a year ago hn
underwent an operation for mastoiditis,
After ho recovoind he was attackctl by
Paul Do I.ongpre's "Yatd of Hoses"
and yards of vrriou other (lowers are
know:n throughout the country because
so munv of his paintings and water color
drawings hate been reproduced nnd
sold for framing by lithograph houses.
Ho began to paint pictures of iloxvers
011 fans in JMU in Paris. or twelve years
afler his birth at Lyons, France, in ISM.
He rttended the Paris publio schools
until l:' years old, but gave up school
work temporarily after h" li.nl met with
some alight success with his paintings
on fans In IMI he was married to Joseph
ine Kstiexen.ini in Paris. Two years later
II S IlrSl Oil paintings were i;i-LOili'W liy llli'i
p" . ' sj in,',
The savings which he hnd got together
during a busy life were wiped out when
his Paris bank fulled. Financially ruined,
he decided to try America and cntne here
in isOJ. Six years later ho gave Ills tli wt
exhibition in America, when ho showed
ii ti umber of paintings, all of flowers.
i at the American Ait (ialleriis in Twenty-
third Micet lie liasexiuiiititi in .miriciin
cities annually since then.
Do Longpre movfd to Los Angeles in
IWJ. There lie found that tin hnd so far
recovered from his linnueial losses ns to
ls able to build a residence. Hollywood,
which ever since has In en a sliowplaco for
tourists. Three acres planted with brill
iant lined (lowers surround tile house.
! Harrison Smilli died vesterdav at Ids
home, i,.', Columbia Heights, Hiooktyu, .it
the live ol M Ile nun born at Marlborough,
Si 111 early life he was employed In
Ihe coiiniv Cleik's oftlce at Kingston. Ile
was idterwaiii a depiltv collector of internal
levrnue in this i lly In IMd he entered the
oftl f Mlddleton, Carman A Co , tlsh
dealers, at ;u l iiltou Market, and six years
Intel he liecame olio of the pill tilers.
lelU Modi's Life llrapalreil of.
;vfin! r Me rj(""' frs
Mt.'MC It Juno '.'0 Tho rendition of
Felix Mnttl, the director of tho Itoyal
Ofs'ra, is hope r.
He is nftlicted xvith hardrnin? of the
urieiioe in addition to pneumoula.
On account of the funeral of our late associate,
Mr. A. Abraham, our store will be closed all Jay
HARRIS FAMILY ROW IN COURT
Cond'nurd from Fir Pagt.
words of recrimination and ahtisn she w.n
promptly Informed of what had taken
place by on" or the other members or tho
only on one point xiere the plaintiff, tier
mother anil her sister all nxreed In their
lieatmeiit ot the deponent's daiiKhter.
'1 tint was to .imbue thoiouuhly In her mind
a reverence and loe of the stHKe In iretieral
ami or Komi Iniikiinr actors In particular and
deponent has been llifoimed liy Ids ald
daughter that her mother and her Aunt
May had dlselo-ed to her ill the course ot
her childhood the many nidations and love
affairs they had had with actors hi the days
of their early youth and how their mother,
Mrs. Ilradv, had apptoved and ctieoiiraKed
them in their Juteiiile performances with
aitars a"altit tlie express disapproval of
their lather, the late Justlio llrady De
ponent knows of his own know ledge that
Mrs. llrady, the grandmother of his daugh
ter, lias lieouentlv disclosed to his daughter
how she had disobeyed tho Instructions of
her deceased husband ilurltiK tlie youth of
her daughters ami permitted them to make
rendiwoiis and have clandestine tneetlnirs
with nctois and other men the late Judge
lliady disapproved of. Tho object of Mrs,
llrady In thus enlightening her grand
daughter as to these raiullv anecdotes wns
to Instil in her xniithful mind the idea that
It xmis quite proper that she should disobey
tho wishes of her father In matters In
iihltii the heart was affected
In February. HMO. Mr. Harris aayn
his daughter met "the well known young
actor" John llarryinoro and that he
had a number of con still nt ions xvitli Ida
wife na to the best means of separating
his daughter from the actor. Mrs. Harris
consented that ho send their daughter
to Paris to stav with his mother until
iast October, llnsnys:
Afler this event the plaintiff and her
mother had rreipieut Interviews with said
actor and encouraged hlm to believe de
ponent's daughter was In love with hlm
and would marry hlm on her return to
America. Iloth wrote many letters to the
daughter In Paris enrouraging her in her
arTect Ion ami admiration ror the actor,
and especially .Mrs llrady attempted to
induce the damthter
to leave fans and
return to America and marry th" actor
Many letters depicted deponent as a tyrant
and n dopol and unworthy the control
of his daughter
Mr. Harris savs he xvenl to Paris in
Julv to remain 'with his daughter and
that ills wife, xvho xvas in London, matte
n secret trip to Paris and arranged with
their daughter to sail for New Vork on
July I'.., which they did. Mrs. Harris
denied subsequently that she had ap
proved the alliance, Mr. Harris said, in
BPite of her complicity in the flight and
the encouragement of the actor a milt,
but she did so liecause she learned that
her sister, Mrs, Harrimau, disapproved and
threatened to withdraw tlie allowance,
which xvns withdrawn later Mr. Harris
said that his xvife's change of attitude
and denials came too late liecausn .Miss
Harris ami Harry more- were married
on Seotetnber I He also savs that be
0,110... of Mrs. Harrimau s
.In, cut off tin. plaint iff "s allowance, but
paid through the plaintiffs mother
enough to maintain her.
In submitting a number of letters
written by Mrs. Hrady the defendant said
he did so with tlie greatest reluctance,
but felt that the situation confronting
him justilled it. One letter dated Janu
ary 4, urns, said in part ;
I am writing lo you as a lawyer, one
who never reveals. The man Kitty I.Mrs.
Harrlsi enir.itred herself to had turned out
a perrect scoundrel and the engagement j
Is broken She landed she loved mm 1.1
lowdoHii seoiutilK."!, it Is ihe thlrdi. hut
all Ihe same she has reallv never loved
anv on" but you Her divorce wrecked
her life. Hail Dresser kiviws all about It
If she comes to lown, oumot you see her
and suggest that she mend her fortunes'
Vou can ask Dresser of the man. Never
tell Herbert Harrimau I have written you.
n.-ver tell May 1 do not approte
of what May is doing, but I cannot help it
She has lioiurlit her husband off she is
'nil ready lor a third lx W llr.tpv
A letter written Iiv .Mrs. Hrady to Mr.
Harris on February 13 of that year said:
Kitty saw May ve.sterd.tv mid had a
stormy Interview with her May told Kitty
you said you would not marry, that you
blackguarded the whole family, you always
told Herbert he did not know what, he was
going to iv t, thai '"" spoke in every way
In a most disrespectful way of us. Do
keep quiet, tlo not speak of us to Herbert
and May. Show them a leon
of patience ami devotion to duty. I do
not call II a marriage. 1 call it a contract,
or trial trip.
A letter from Mrs. Hrady to her grand
daughter in Paris on Jun".'6, 1010, said:
I hear you father Is going to pi tent you
from returning to America! he Is going to
shut you up somewhere unt'l you forget
Jack, lint you can appeal to tho Consul
(American). Vou aio of as and t will
pay your passage, or beg your mother to
brim; you back Do get awHy from your
fa'lier's tyrannv. (i.tnnv.
On July i Mrs. Hrady xvroto:
Do not let your father keep you over
there Come hack with tour mother. Vou
are of ag: Vou cannot he shut up, and the
more he Is against Jack llariyuiore the more
you will like him. 1'verybody Is running
I Jack llnrrymore duxvn. iim will hear
,. , , . ii .u ii i .i
awful tales about him, hut believe what lie
savs and no one else. If you und Jack fall
out, that is another thing Vou know Ii"
his dtiink. do not believe what i told you,
Aunt .Mux , 1 inie Herbert are hitter against
hlm, hut you don'' care. Come home, ee
him. If it is not all right, hotter fish In the
sea lady told me, the llarrymores go
everyxvheio in Philadelphia, excellent
family, excellent position Dr. Houghton
thinks mother acted lightly In lettluir Jack
see you. (i tuny,
Mis, llrady xvroto another letter to
her granddaughter on July l afler she
had seen Mr. Harrymore m "The Fortune
Hunter" in which she saitl, in part:
,lai k looks as if he wants a woman's care.
He looks tired nnd worn Aunt May lia a
persinnl grudge against hint and she Is aid
ing your rather In tiying to get rid of poor
Jack. Jack is mil as had ns your father
wns, your I nele lletbeit He would never
III ti eo' a woman. I saw hlm hi ti e street.
Ho is so handsome if I wete young 1 would
I e i nio' about hlm my.-elf,
A letter from Mrs. Harrimau to Mr,
Harris on May 1'.', 1000, from Newport
I sent Kittle a check for over $M for her
billr nnd she wrote she would endeavor not
lo get lu deli neain and would live on $;.o
a month, but of course I could not expect
her to pay Iter doctor's bill' What do ton
think of that for nerte' It Ik to laugh .ind
o try, they arc all eo hopclecs 1 uui sorry
for you, as 1 knmv you have a hard Job
before you. Yours offeetl'inutely,
In her replv to her husband' affidavit
Mm. Harris Innlated that nil the lettera
should bo ruled out because the persons
mentioned in them had nothing to no
with the case. She said she had to go
on the stage to supiiort herself and her
Although rIio was opposed to her daugh
ter's marriage at the outset aho aayB her
daughter "is now living most happily
with her husband." It wnH nt .xir. narry-
moro s own request that her tlaugiitor
was Kent abroad, she Haiti, liecause lie
wnnleil to find out If separation would
tnako any difference in her nffuctlon for
ATTOIIXF.Y Atrt'SKS M'l.F.OItS.
Declare! They lluelteted Their Orders or
.Unappropriated Funds of Client.
Pllll.ADKLl llIA, June 20. In tho United
States Circuit Court to-day before Judge
McPherson, D. Stuart llobinson, re
presenting the creditors of tho brokerage
firm of Norman Maclod, declared that
the concern luid been either running 0
bucket shop or misappropriating the
money of its clients.
The charges were made during the argu
ment that attended tho application of the
Macleod firm for the appointment of
Horatio O. Lloyd as permanent receiver.
Robinson objected to tho appointment
of Lloyd on the ground that ho Is a per
sonal friend of Norman and Malcolm
Maclieod. Then ho suddenly turned to
Judge McPherson and said:
"My clients are creditors of tho firm of
Norman Mccl'od and Company to the
extent of JiH.OOO. The firm has $;',000.ono
worth of securities, but there is only
.1fM),KK) on their books.
"In such cases there are but two con
clusions either the firm has been bucket
ing its orders or else they have misap
propriated the money of their creditors."
Owen J. Hoberts, repreenting the
MacLeod firm, made no effort to combat
tho statoment.s of llobinson nnd offered
Judge McPherson continued Mr. Lloyd
ns receiver, but appointed ns coreceivor
W, Ponn Shipley. Mr. ltobinson said ho
lntl no objection to Lloyd except tint
he knew hlm to be a personul friend
of the MacLeods. Lloyd later withdrew
A meeting of tho creditors represented
by Hobinson U to be held the llrt week
in J niy.
Hobmson said the schedule of tho bank
rupts shows securities to the nmount
of only J.tOO.OOO, whereis they reilly pos
sess ',nno,0OO in securities Ile challenged
tho brokerage firm to explain the where
n bouts of tho remaining $1, "00,000 worth
niA. at nncsitAitr.x.
Mmantotir Met Young Ilia. In Paris and
.s'rrrt.tt Ca'ilr Dupntth to THF SfS.
WiKsitADK.v. June i'O.- Porflrio Diaz
and Mrs, Diaz, escorted by n tribo of
grandchildren of tlie e.x-Preeident of
j Mexico, arrived here to-day.
I'ornrio Diaz, .ir,, is on 111s xvny rrom
Paris to Helvetia in an automobile.
Jos.t Yves Limantour arrived in Paris
tlie day that young Diaz left nnd gavo
him tho cold shoulder.
ALL the exhilaration
of motoring, w i t h
none of the dirt and dust.
All the thrill of speed,
with none of the danger.
24 MILRS AN HOl'R
They embody letturet of com
fort and safety not approached
by any other pleasure launch.
"You'll always he
proud of your Elco."
ifinonjlmlon at cur irotlj by appolntr.en'.
Write for illuitmed citolo(u.
197 AVENUE A.
27 minalci Utterly ir 2.td Street Frrrici
C. R. R. of N. J. to Weil 8th St.
KOt'NTZK - To Mr and Mrs. Hrrrran n. Krvinlrr,
auauEtiler, June ;t, nt llb , lllfil, N.
MA It HIED.
I.rr "HUMAN -On June M, nt Ithlievoort.
X J , b the Hev, H n, l.rr, 11. Il , nf fhir
Inttrnllle, V.t .l.uej Mllehcl L'lmplln.rlaush
ler ot Mr nnd Mr. Huneni P'lnhnr Chaplin,
id the llev iMir.uaii J. 1 re of I.ershurir, a
KTUWt:tJ,- l'i:i.l.CiVi:s. (lu June :i, at .uiorin
hl'iB, CnriiMnl! nn lluil'oa, y pic Id v,
t'hjrlfk l Matter' nf (iia.e ('huteh. .S'ew
YnrU. and the Itiv. W. W. I'nR" nf hi. John'
I'liureh, Cornwall, ,:iie, il.tiiiThti i of Mr.
Plraiy 1'ilUiwis. in i:rtnnl rny Mmvill ef
New York city.
WltCll.sl.nt .STMtl.lfiMI' -On .tine :ti, jsu.
Hilda Slnrllu'lit, ilatiehtrr of Mr. Mar'..s but.
Ht'tit, to Mr. i:m.vuie t eclislr, .
Snitilrnly. on Welncsilnv mnrntne,
UUI, nl his firainer I i.utc, thru)
Mexnnniln Hay, . ,-.hra!im
Mirnham, hi his i i Ii v,ir
l'uneral la lemple Isin'l, l.at,ieie r..)t I'eil
lonl i . Ureal. b a. I'lhl.iy. at t V t li;u..
itienl In Kalna I'll hit Cfineicr)'.
MAHSH.IJ..-.U Montelalr. .S .1., en Turvlay
nflerniwn, June mil, I'll. a I'.unccMai
hall, wlrtaw uf .Scth P. Maihlinll.
Funeral ertlrr ut 7 Porter pl.ire, Montrlalr.
N, J., on t'rt.lay nfterimnn, June so, nil. At
i n'rlork. Curlnset will ho at Mi,imi,ilr
nation on arrival o! i U. ,t W, lialn Ictvlnj
New York at '.' t P. M, Inicrineni ti Man
rhester. Conn., on Saturday,
P0S1" Paecl r.w.ii, on Welirwiai. June :,
Inll Strah x rem. wl lowof William Prut,
Jr . and ivniher nf i i, r,e iik. kms pf .i
Funeral ertlffs m he held id her ine te-l I
ile ire, J.x.1 l.lieoli M lultt r t. I Ntu.i 1
day, Julv I,al3 P M hclatlxi .tail ti.tju 1
are lavtlca to attend. I
PHtfi:, A'unry Mulr Price. ?fd j; yMrs. nPf..
to Tiir I'fsriiAi, cucacn,' :i :t yP .
M. l ln.XK II. t'AMi'Bilx. Cnrtcrtuk-r "
ItDIII.N&HN.-Oa J una iX, IW1
flolilnson, h her mh rear.
J tinier r,
I'nneril erxlces mil be held nt her htr rr.i
ile ire. wx t1o st , ()rne, N ,t Sitiird
Inly t. mil, M I p, m. 'nx'"rt.it
SMITH. On .Intie M, mn, ,( h, rf,fr ,.
rolnmhl llflhts. tlrooklyn. I.. Ilnrrl.n,
.Smith. Iiubaml of Lena H. I'Mlrn n,l
Hie late I, Hnrrlxon .Smith of Mlllnn. V y
I'lmernl will tke pluee from the rrWenff
hlx hrolhrr, fred It. .smith, Milton - v
.Sunilny, .lulj' 2, nt ; (cck. Intfrmmi
IIruivmi, on of Mr. unit Mr. t tMfrlra it
W Itllnnison. wns ilrov ncil ci lioekt 111 i f .
I.. I., on June : mil
rcintrnl sen Ires on I'rMav etenlns t ; vi ..
his fnrentx' rexlilenre, :.' tiling, nv t,tV"
title Centre, I.. I. Inl-rment In Maltm-or.
Mil. Paltlnore, St I mils Anil nr.pr,
lepers pleAse inpv
.1IM1IOIll.ll. IU-.SOM TIOS.
Tic Hoard of tllreetnr of trie Vor.vn Mrxt
I Rnnt.w.RTO( miONat a apcrlal meeting hri
o i June !. Hill unanimously rn.eil iht fo.
t hrrra. The Almkhly hat railed tohlteirrnm
rest Abraham Abraham, one of nurmerah(r i
faithful supporter aid patron of thl nrsanlra.
tlon, and uhoal all timet uat foremettln ft
prenlns his Intetett In our worli,
rieoleii. That the Voting Men'a Henrm-Aito.
elation rerorit Its deepeM ympathy wtm h!i
famllv, whose korrow Is ahared by tl)t rntlrt
llrtolteil, That the Voting Men'a Hebrew Amu.
tlallnn has mirterrtl a set ere loss by r,:i dr
mite, and he It further
Ilesnlved. That these resolutions be spread lo
full upon our minutes and that a copy he tn
to the bereni ed family, and printed.
lUl.rit K. Jacobs. President.
lfcnvni J, Hr.cKrR, Seeretary.
The Hoard of Directors of the t'Kttr.D Jrtrun
Am SoriKTim or Hhookltn by this resol.
lion pays Its deserving tribute to the me.T.nrr
of Abraham Abraham:
Henlved, That his demise takes from ut eje
to w hom In large measure tjhls soetety otin
Its eslstenee, and his death rleprhes us ef i
loyal friend nnd supporter.
Ilesolved, That this resolution be spread en Its
minutes of our society: that It be published,
and that a copy thereof bo sent to the family
of Mr. Abraham.
I!MNrxL Nfwmav, Preildent
nrnrntM X. Manne. Secretary.
The Hoard of Directors of the IlKDarv EprfA
tiosai, SoctrTT feels most keenly the lots ef
lis father and loyal friend. Abraham Abrahtm.
Hrsolveil. That his death baa removed fremm
our great Inspiration, but blsmemnrytdllevfr
he to us a source of strength.
Ilesolved. That this resolution bespread on the
minutes of our society, a copy be sent, totetter
with our sympathy, to the bereaved fardly,
and a copy published In the dally pres.,
Hariit f.. l.iwu. President.
Arot.rtt I'r.l.OM.yM. Secretary.
At a prclal meeting of the Hoard of Plrecters
ef the Trainino SruooL tor NtRsrs or tsi
Jewish Hospital or tlnooKi.TS, held nn Jut
19, lull, the following resolutions were ur.tnh
ne-olved, hy u, Ihe Directors of the Trtlr.lnj
School for Nurses of the Jewish Hosplttt f
llrooklyn. That in the death of Ahrahtm
Abraham tne Training School has lost the
leader and Kiil.te under whose mlnlMratlnn
It was enabled In attain Its present splrndll
status: and he It
Hesnlveil, That though he be taken hrnre ar.d
his face be not again seen among the llvlif
such Is the debt we one hlm we shall rvtr
cherish his memory, for he was ore nno
abundantly tiixed his fellow men. and he it
Itesolved, Thai these resolutions be spread upon
our minutes and transmitted to ihe f.iT.tl at
our departed friend, together with the is
presslnn of our s) mpathy In their gr-at n.,
and that a copy of these resolutions be iub
Ilshed In the dolly pres,
Howard I.s71nskt. Vice Predder.l.
Joatrit J. IlAKir, Hon, Secretary.
To the Hoard of Dlrecftirs of the .Ifcwian lf
I'trsl. or HrooM.T.x: Vour Commlttf m
links and Legal Matter beg lo pnen' th'
fnlioulng minute nnd mote that the same h.
spread In full upon the records or our Ii stun
tlon, and that a ropy thcrrnt, MillabK en
grovsd, tie sent lo the family of our t'ece.twd
Abraham Abraham Is dead. In hit ilen-lt-Charity
has lost a faithful and loyal ailhrrret
And Philanthropy a most potent factor
The life of Abraham Abraham showed In full
measure that he was Indeed "one who lnteJ
his fellow man."
Ills life wa like an open book upon the paces of
which glowed In letters of gold Ihe good that
he itlil lo Individuals an'd Institutions.
To the Jewish Hospital of flrooklyn he was the
very rod: and foundation stone upon which It
wsshullt. His ertort, his example, his encour
agement, his counsel, his advice were the In
fluence which to a tremendous degree brought
about the establishment of our hospital and
Its excellent condition And maintenance.
In the death nf Mr. Abraham not only the Je
ami Jewish charitable and philanthropic In
stitutions have bUderert an Irreparable low.
but the entire community has lost a figure of
exceptionally strong mental and moral tlrllltr.
To thoe of us who were AssorlAted with hlm aa
members of the Hoard of DIrrctors tn one or
other of the institutions In which he was a
vital force, he waa a charming, genial friend,
honest, sincere, modest and gentle.
Of his demise we may well say with I,ongfel1o:
"There Is no drain. XVhat eeeros so Is transition:
This life of mortal breath
Is but a suburb of the life eiyslan.
Whose portal we call Death."
At a special meeting of Dlreetora of the Jewish
Hospital of ntool.lyn. held nn June M.
in 0 A. it., the aliow resolutions were unsal.
mously adopted and ordered published In Ihe
Aarov t.F.VT. Second Vice-President
Nathan S. Jonah. Hon. Secretin-.
The nirectresscs of the Woukk'h AtrxnJAttTor
tiik Hhookltn Hospital Oarnaj.- Antra,
ns nn expression of their profound sorrow for
the death of Abraham Abraham, beloved hus
bead of Hose Abraham, Honorary DIrertrrst
ot the Auxiliary, and In appreciation of M un
selfish endcavnrsln their behalf, are roqueted
to attend the funeral, nollccsflf which trill iy
pear in the press. By order or the presUrat.
Sarah Kkmpw.ss, SerrtWT.
At a special meeting of the Hoard of Directors
of the Hr.ooKLYX KenraATlOK or Jewish
CHAnmrH. held on June a), 1011. the follow
ing preamble and reaolutlens were unani
We meet In deepest sorrow to take ectloa on
the sudden drath of our beloved leav'.ir In
charitable efforts, Mr. Abraham Abraham.
Since the Inception of the Federation mnter.Mt
he has hern Intensely Interested. The sterl
ing and strengthening of the FedcratlM
were objects of extraordinary Interest af.l
ambition to hlr, He looked forward to lu
success wlih the keenest anticipation beeause
he Knew the movement would resu't In '
hi-Mer mid mnie progiesslve method el s"lv
lug the i-harllahle problems of our r.ore'ic,'
His rnrnurageinr lit and approtal wei' an
Inspiration to ns.
Inscrutable I'rotllrnre, however, has ,trrrrrd
that he should not live to sec the full !n.'t,n
nnd reAll.ithm of hl l.n,ies. No man co'.U
hate t).-cn more loyal lo a saricd trust thvih'
hs bin lo his. Ft cry one iniir.c !c 1 1t3
any of our militated toilettes knew r ni aivi
lot-id Mm. He was most kind. uid s nu'tt'"
Tha.i '.t'lanam Abraham them was no h t"'
i Illen. lie brnuirht to Ms dull s a a 1
rector the ttn'idcrtut buslnos ,d,l '
wi'.lch he nri pos(tseil, and pcrforn" i ",',,
wllh the Mime ph enure, .'si M l itluu''.!'"
that he brstoKe.l upo'i Ms p.!ronn! e.iMlts,
Our Iii's W mi I-.i'.ivy mi I imcxp-vted li.-.l t
almost 'ni"fslb!" to pmper r tor " "
in our tciilnr., V.i-n mini .i Hue f h 1 -1,J
ussiM-lntr, Il v as n prlx 11 e H J l r I' .
Hrsiiltrd, Vrn Pie llrnil.ln I e h ule -
Jewish i li.ttlll'S has tuituiu nt, "'I "'''
loss in Hie ilcilh of Abi.1l.aui d l
One nf ihe nohlesl rllln-lis l.i our iiitiiiri.,".')'
Ins been i-nlled to re,l lie os cnu reus i-iJ
inie in s fault W'l . his .vsOlUtrs I I '"'I'
ixbl,. imd piiiuiitbrnptc work. ie k-tl'-tfJ
hi) mid our ability of cxi'litelon.
To Ids wife mul fnn-lly we extend our fccuiioi
i:ffoted, That the al.ou- be srrrtd ln r J
upon the n.lr.utr of our !-oilrt n J '"''
nn 1 .1 ropy sent to the numbers ot the f-'
Natt.an S Jomh, Fr '
tnvp C Km Hon Si'x -
I'lltXkl' 1U'HII l-5l;,- J,"
ChnpcU. AaihiiUuto bcrxlct. U't