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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
Tii til Til i T Done, Flint's Arc
In Coiiip to Coin plot o
KN(iii:i:i rorxn at vwvy
Cnnnni.inn S;iys lfojiil lirnntTii
NEW HAVEN ROAD MUS
WtsiTi n. Conn , N'nv. ;i Tim New
Vork. Sew llaeti and Hartford ltailro.nl
Company inul inMnll N'o W rro-sovcrs
j on IN four track divHi.n hetvcrti Wood
Innd and New Haven, and mud lint work
Is done imM liriitR exprcus it-nun to 11
full Mop before inking the crossovers,
nreordlnc to an order and recommenda
tion of lli. Connecticut Public t'tilitles
-ornmlMn lilchard T. Illfrgins of
WitiMi-d i chairman of the commission
which mvotl:,iid the wreck at Vct
poit on iietoher it. in which coven lives
In the opinion of the commission tho
wreck v.onld not have occurred if recom
mendations of Chief Inspector of Safety
.Appliance-. II W IMiuip of the Interstate
.Common e Conunii-'ion made after the
' wreck of the expreH-i at Hridgeporl had
' been followed The Connecticut com
mission investigated the Westtmrt wreck
in conjunction with the Interstate Com
merce Commission. mot of the testi
mony being taken in New York city.
The report of ( lnef l'.ncineer and Iti
cpeetor C C Kluell of the Connecticut
rniuiiiiM-inii is maite part of the report ..
me t nmnnifii report made public,
It is apparent from the inveitic men of
this i-iw that the ptlmary cause of the
ncililent wn the failure of the engineer
to observe and follow the rules of the com
pany winch if eonipllisl with would li.ive
prevented the wreck.
'1 his eo'iuai-ton pun pais no order which
will overcome human frailty m o far as
the mdiwdiml is concerned 'I he history
of rinlro.nl oprT.it 1011 prove Hint huiniii
iisnm under the most faxor ihle i.nilltioiis
mid exerc-ed In- the most tni-teil and
inmpetent emloyees Is liable to err. anil
It is the duty of the tallroad oinpatiy to
fid opt siii-h Improveil nice hum. a I devices
snd coii-triicllon as will tend to prevent
the (!l.itrons results of tin ontrollable
rollowltii- the wreck of the lVderal I'.z-pro-sat
ISmUeport July it. toil "and before
this commission came Into i-vntonw II. V.
llelnap, chief inspectnr of s.iictv appliance
lor the Interstate l omtncn e Commission,
In his report on said wrcik made recom
tnrndations which If followed oat would
undoubtedly line prevented the W.-tport
I'rom the Investigations made and report
filrm-lieil hy Hi,, chief engineer and iniee
tor of this i ommission upon the lem-th of
the c recover at Wc.tpnrt and from a
knowle liri- of the fact that on the Inturer
irn-smer m use on the lYimvlv.'iia
Hailrnail huh pced tram- are dailv bemt-
operated In ifctv this commi-sion i- I'learlv
of otnnion that thi- aicnler.t would have
been averted liy the u-e of a No .11 cross
over. It ! also the opinion of this commission,
based on information acuuired liy eonsiilt
Ine nnlrond civil enelne.-rs of hich stimdin,
that No eros-overs are s-ife for hiirh
i-pned, and In view of the recommendations
tn.nie in in,, report or the hlef enuineer 1
of thu ,oiamls,,oi, i,. ti. -crloti.iiess of ,
rr.,,1 .,.-, ..n. tl,.- .0,,,, -... ,l(t(.r f,
ii.'-ii iiiu 11 'iii. 11 i 11 ! 11 i.ii' r'l 1 roil 1 1 ' ornp 11
v ,s r. j.r. -ciitcl. derm .1 1 , .it.i'ile and it.
thr ll t. Tl -t Ot ,ille s.f l Hid una pll.s'hle
t: , mis of pr-'Vci-i :iii sinn'iir act .dent- to
.'is t ' e f , low I'll' order
I' 1- therefore oidered that the N'cw
York. Se llinen and Hartford linilro-i I
Compativ be mid it herebv is direi-teil foith
with I icinove s.iid I in in 1; points switih
leadiliL' Irom tr.n k a to irai k
U hen hieli peed tin ins .it e to lie diverted
from one tr.uk to another and the I'tu.i
ovrt thioiuih whicli Hiev must prfH is t, t
Fflfe t'lii- hiL'h sliced .nd trains mn-t he
bronchi to n full stoi before the swithis
tre sei for crossover nmv enient.
Look for nil Inunlrv
(.rnnil Trunk Drill,
Wasius-otov. Nov. :i -Several fiemo
rratip lenders of the House predicted
to-nicnt that nn investigation would
lm ordered liy lmi;resH into the de.il
hy tn" New York, Now Haven and Hart
ford JNulroad and til" (ir.ind Trunk
line, wlueh has resulted m tho dicon
ttnuanco hv the latter of Its protectei
lines into I'rovidem
elialiman of the
Holier! I.. Henry.
Rules Committee of
llio Hois,., when
rpiPSfiOlieil to-lllllht HI P-Cani to tills
matter smd be did not care to comment,
inasmuch as ho undoubtedly would be
called iiMii as chairman of lm- com
mittee to pass upon a tesohition of this
character Tie- leel.ne; in (Vtngro--Hf-ntflM
ho New I la veil, as reflected
by stntements from members who have
already arrived in Washington, is very
Wide-pread comment was caused to-dav
over tho publication of a letter pur
portinp to nave been written bv Presi
dent 'I aft to Norman II White of Itrook
line. .Mass . in which Mr. Tuft mj that
President Itoosevelt permjftod t)ii pur
chase by the New York, New Haven and
Hartford Railroad of the steamship
inlore-tt. Ilavini: Riven Ins permission
to the purchase the steamship lines ap-
parenriv were not incni'ieii in 1110 coin
111,11111 IIICII lilt- lioo-eveii .AIIIIIIIII-l r.l- I
lion filed niramst the Now Haven as
a monnrioly later on, and which was
discontinued by the Tail Administration,
t. u t'.0.""",'nt v.-iih obtainablo at tho ;
..1,1... .1... i, 1. t .1 1...
1illl- II01il 11 III, III" l 'lll UIMtll HI
Justifo in recard to the
letter,- and it
is assumed to bo bona fide
A'. . WHITE KEEPS AT
Could lliive HroiiBlit nn
T'.omon, Nov. 21.-Norman H White
tii-ninht madi' this statement to Tin; Mrs
1 onespoiident rei;ardin tho publieiition
to-day of ccrrespondetK e between l'i-e.-i-dint
taft and himsi'lf In ' oiuieetitin viih
tiio witlidtawnl under the Taft Adtninis
Ir.ltiulUif the.Hiti-IIiisi p.-oeeedinijs in--lubd
.I'Siiin- t 1 he Now York. Now Haven
lied 1 1. .11 lord Ibillroad at the instigation
of Pf unit Konsevelt.
"Hoi -i.e.elt started tho suit nftalnsl tho
Ni . Ili'Mii ii.onoaily and vii;oroiisly
iir. ssul it for one and a hall yearn.
)! iIM not indiirlu tlie Htfiifiii'irt pui'allf!-
int; the nuiroud, 1 helive, lieeaiiso 1110
neaineiv at that time wore not absorbed.
'I alt dropped tho entire suit because.
us he pvpro-od it, be couid not wni
'luff Iwiu li.ifl l.li.lllv (,f lllllllillllllit V
lo In, l,,,;il.,V ;.,aui...Vs,,,,.,. Iim'I.;.. .i,,.n
In oli ii.. Hi. trii-ii lo hIioiiIiIit Hie re
umiihir-ililv of not In.Jinliiu' ilm hti-iiM!-
cm ui'iiri Mr. Hoom'VcIi. wIicii lie lilmmlf
HooM'Vclt, when he lilmmlf
ha IiikI oliixirl unity to inclinlii them
limit-elf anil Iiiim iliine uoiliini;
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ll,''..l.t.l'"I..IS i..'-. ...... '.r. ......
Ou. i-.illr,,.icl i tin. .teiiitlv lircakliiir of 1 lit.
Sherman iiiitl-lruM law. If hi 1 it wercl
iToiighi inrlnditiK tho MeanierH. the Niev
niiien niiiiiu in .hum. .- iim-i hi" .1..11--
rnrn.hetwH'n Tnft and myndf
iiaaiii u uufoiiitciy correct
CAPITAL AS A FLOW
should be the investor's view
point. This is the forward view
what the future has in store
looks through externals to the
core of the INCOMJi stream,
which is the life hlood of
(To I rnntltniMI
LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO.
I'nnlliil mill Suriilim, KH.r.oo.ooo
..! 1.11-rt)- HI ,N Y M Mm.lnif St .Hkln
REBATE INQUIRY EXTENDS
Indictment of Officials
Follow Hills Anainst
Clltcfoo, N'ov. 24. Alleged tln.inctat
manipulations by officials of the New
York Central line and otllct rs of the'
n'Cara Coal company will be the subject j
of an Investigation by the 1-Vtlcral Cirand 1
Jury when that body resume. Its rclut- !
iiiK Inrpilrv on Tuesday.
Indii tment.s aealnsi thp coal corpor.-- ;
tion and three subsldlailcs of the New
Vork CintP.il lines the nip Tour, ttiej
Lake Shore and the Chlcaco and In
diana Southern railroads- return"'! In j
.ludu'e Carpenter's court on l'rlday will,
be followed up, It Was said, by a mini- I
I r of adillllonal true bills mi-, mi si .n.lt-
Mm, . The .statute of limitations w::i
not come Into operation In the
r,,iro;i( ciHcials ami the heads of the
ti'C.ira company until the middle of
I 'nited States District Attorney Wil
kinson trade preparations to-diy to en
large the scope of the Inquiry so as to
Include within the reb.ulnn chaws all
alleged Illegal tlnnnrl.il transactions of
the railroad otllclals and their relations
with the coal company, special ascnts
of the Department of Justice put In alt
of Saturday and part of to-day K.ither
lnK evhler.ee relative to the charaes that
stock In the d'Cara company Is owned
by President William c. Hrown and
Vlce-rreshlent John C irstcnsen of the
New York Central lines under tlctliloits
The Government believes that there
has been In operation an cvtenslve sys
tem of rebatlnK between the coal com
pany and the New Vork Central Lines
and that when the true ownership of
stock has been disclosed the purpose of
the $6a,Ooa paid to the n'tlara company
by the railroad will be rxplulned. The
(Jovernment, It was said, Is convinced
that the total nmount of the nlleued
rebates paid Is much larcer than
Itlchard M. Huddleston. cenernl audi
tor of the New York Central Lines, who
attempted to explain the mystery of
the payment of the JiiO.ono by the
statement that It was for a shipment
of three hundred cars of coal lost in
transit, will be granted Immunity from
prosecution because of his testimony
before the (.rand Jury.
A true bill has been voted. It Is re-
ported, nmlrst Thomas O'Uara, presl-
,,,,, rf .,, n, ,.,,mpanv This Indict-
m(sllf , ,.,,.,,,, ,,
, rh iri
.r. k ft ,. inilictments au-alnst
: .als .mnlvii! 111 the rc!i..tinsT
PANAMA ENTERTAINS MISS TAFT.
Tlvoll lull (ilvrs (Inr of nlxKeat
soelal lvrtits of rn.on,
Cp rt ''fibtf ftttpntrh tn Tnr Pes
PvvvMV.N'iv '.'I I he '1 tvoli Club gave
a ball last nisht m honor of Miss Helen
'I aft. who is a member of Secretary of
War .Stimsoti's party which is now on a
visit in the Canal Zone 'I ho affair was
one of p.imima'K creates! social events
I of the sen sou Atnotm thoe irisent were
Secretary of War Stimsoti. nil the metn
hciv of tho Canal Commission, armv
oflicers. diplomat icta and prominent
President Porfas held a reception this
afternoon in honor of .secretary Htimwm
and Miss Taft.
President Porras has appointed IV
derico lloyd and Samuel l'wis as the
'r I Pauainan members of the joint eotumis-
sioii which is to determine the value of
'the Canal Zone lands whnh the 1'nited
Sl.it on is eilieelid lo 11111 i lmsr. ll ei
ex pert pi I that President 'I aft will an
nounce the names of the An.etican mem
tiers of the commission shonly. The
commission probably will meet m Jami-
I ary. I lie value fir the land to be pur
chased approximates Ji.ron.fioii.
The Keneral impression here is that
tho Panama Canal bill will become efiec
tive 111 January.
GETS HELP TO FIRE COOK
I'rlcst I'liiiln DIseliiirKlnic
Kllehen I So Hose
U 11 ee 11
- Thn I!ev.
Moitnisrow.v, N. J., Nov
l'elix O'Neill, rector of
, ,. , 1 , . , . . .
' hlirch. undertfmk to llro hi cook last
niRlit, but his experienco was that of the
traditional "head of the hoiie," who finds
it easier lo hire than to lire the (pteeu of
! l, l.(f rtlw,l
I'he woman had been obtained from a
I local employment agency on a month's
,,r'"' mo,d'i was up. Her ser-
vices had not been entirely satisfactory.
rather O Seill liroko the newH so KCillr
that tho cook did not K't tho point and
1 of Used to go.
She was induced to reconsider her re
solve when the priest was reenforced by
the police and a crowd of intcice-tcd on
lookers. Tim cook was told to leave
town if sho wished to avoid arrest. She,
TOM KELLY HEADS A. 0. H,
HrimlJ SlirrlfT liela Itllf Vole III
Ciiiinly ( oiivriillon.
tl t ,iuiim v,,,. v,i, l
I 11 III MM .' II in llllilll III .inn "I ll n
, . . . ..-..ii,. ,i U in- ,.r v
i',. i '
Vork romity Ion, w.i- ...hI.m pn-i-
..ni .( Ilu Alimonr Onli.r nf III inrninlw
. " .. . "
, "rK ' ' r,
!"t llifliiiMinialcoini'iilioii iii.Si.duliri.'lH
Hull. Him nuilority wiw "mvirly a l.lural -
Hyt" w, nf hit liiK fcllowV rluiirm -
MTVi-d. Anyhow Hutu wasn't iniifli Icli
for Um iii)oMtum when tlm il.-puiy
hheiiff V vote was counted
Prrsideiit Kelly in happy lipcnime, he
wiyPl s election wa proof of the smie.
,,., nr . i,n iireKont ndrn niK ra nn 1 hut
Ihoro i no dissennion In it except what a
taw "gentlemen want to sea."
ALIMONY CLUB SEES
Men Umiit I'.' mi (ititiier for J
( 'mntincr Dr.'iinn in Niiiuplii
mis l.iHiiiiriiiir Koom.
'I'OHK.MOST S1IKIMIT Til KIM!
(iiiiinliiin of County Recites!
I Iooiii Wli icli lAcites 1 ours
I of Professional Knvy.
The Louis (juattz louimlni; room on
the llrst tier of the Alitiiotiv Club's cosey
ipi.irtprs In the la.dlow street Jail never
looked so charmliiK as .t di.l at the early
.season function at the clubrcioms yes
terday nfternnoti, when the company
now playlnir "unr Wives" motored
down from Hroadway to the Jnll to irc
sent for the first time behind any cala
boose bars the second act of "Our
Wives" for the clsht fun loving hus
bands who recently have been put up
for membership lastlm: from three to
si . months In that popular Kast Side
Sheriff Julius HnrbtirKPr, draped with
an American flat;, made thtee ttroups
of ilellithlful speeches, I'lashllKht pow
der banned and banned. .Miss Pamela
1 i.iythornc. once of the New Theatre
show shop, but now pl.iylm; Wilson In
"1 mr Wives." wore her black charmetise
and her coral bends.
Tavicabs cither were rolllnir up to the
foot of the Brand stairway leading to
the Jail and cluhrooms proper or roll
hiz away loaded with lovely ladles so
i,i,Sriluf..oll. t1i.it M:itt tfiel.'u.io. the well
1 n,,n ccilored carrl.tKe starter of the
prison, and the entire Kant Side simul
taneously passed from bystetlu to com
plete coma. 1
The simple cray color s -heme of thp
Alimony (.Tub's louniHni; room for once
was ablaze with maiin.llcent shower
boiuiuets of arilllcl.il Mowers. A distin
guished firs nlsdit audience made up
of the elite of Sheriff 1 tarburL-er'.s
Tenth Assembly district's younger set
had come to Join with the well known
clubmen a. id men about Jail In their
opcnlne function of the Kast Side sea
son; and when the cnat Sherin of the
county of New York at the close of the
festivities stopped forth finally, this
time undrapci), and read an oriitln.il
poeie In which his own tlrst name,
Julius, was prettily rhymed with octo
pus, beer after cheer thundered down
from the tlrst nlitht nudlence hnncini;
from the dla.iiondjlmbrady rows of
grand tier upon errand tier rising on
three sides of the Louis Quartz louns
Inc room where the comedy was pre
sented. Prison keepers, beautiful In their
K.iyest uniforms of itold and blue, who
a moment before bad been wildly ap
plauding the professional ladies and
Kcntlemen In "1 ur Wives." now were
even more enthralled and at the end
of the poem were thrice as wildly en
thusiastic while the fearless and fore
most Sheriff of the county bowed his
And perhaps too there was Just a
Kleain o' envy In the eyes of Miss (lay
thorne. Miss Owendolyn Piers. Henry
Kolker and the other professionals of
the cast of "our Wives" as they listened
to and looked upon a great public otll
cial and leader of men int. in. 111.- w.th
Is .urif'i'lv si:np'. art without ever h.iv-
luir '.iken a slr.u'.e hssnn on Iwvv to net.
Miss Vera l'.nley. the l'wtln llitlimr
of "iinr Wives," and Miss Cmlly Mac-
.rector, the Mnnjarrt I'mnnnult of the
pla, supported each other against the
barred back drop of the Iniinclne room
decorations while the fearless Sherllf
run! the poem. And so many among
the cas! and the press seats on top of
the steam radiators were weeping that
It was v.ry fortunate Indeed Hint War
den Hone Johnsor had bad the thought
fulness to place about the room a num
ber of Hie club's collection of pink,
white, light blue and gilt vases of the
Woolworth dynasty, each vase, Just
large enough to catch the overtlow of
one very good crv
So far as Mr. Kolker, Miss Oaythorne
and the rest of the phivers were con
cerned the whole of their play might
have been presented, and Press Agent
Lloyd Sheldon, who also took some
Interest In the occasion, was will
ing to see the troupe go the limit. Hut
hen the question of going out between
acts arose In the mind of Warden tlene
Johnson and the Shi riff, wherefore on
act only was decided upon.
The Allnviny (Tub men could not have
designed their lounging room better for
the purposes for which It was used
yesterday If they bad had something lo
say alfout the plans of Ihetr clubrooins
themselves. The decorative giillwork
Hers rising In horseshoe fashion on
three sides of the I.ou.s Quart?, loung
ing room vvero admirably suited for
yesterday's club thealrlcnls. The en
tire tier looking down on the room Just
above the heads of the players had been
decorated with the Stars and Stripes by
Warden Johnson and was reserved us
the private bo- of Sheriff Harburger.
He wore brown. Tho costume was
fashioned from soft, clinging matenal
that brought out the lines of his llgure
not loo slgnlllcanHy but with tasleful
discretion. Ills only Jewelry was pearl
iHtuds, pearl cuff links, a pearl stickpin
land pearl handled revolvers In either
hip pocket. He, curried no llovvers.
To the .soft tones of 'he prison organ,
played by MIm Pamela Oaythorne, Mr.
Harburger walked slowly and grace
fully up the aisle leunlng upon the arm
of dene JohiiHon. Ah the tones of the
organ died away the party at the bead
of the aisle broke Into two groups, Mr.
1 Harburger walking to the rlghl and
(Jene Johnson lurning 10 mo ien mm
taking his place near the prisoners
In the llaibiirger boK were noticed
after a time Mrs. Harburger, ex-Alder-man
and Mrs. Leopold Harburger and
a gay party of friends from the Tenth.
Along tin- grand Her Just above were
policed among otbeis: Ur. and Mrs.
Mejer Wolff, Deputy Commissioner of
Prisons Leon Welnslock and Mrs.
Deputy Commissioner of Prisons Weln
slock, Mrs. Maurice KIseiiHteln, Maurice
Klein. Wells Dawks, Meyer Hlock, who
"Ah-yt-r Hindi. .IowIhIi .Mnnilm; Jnuni.tl,
I . , , , .
Slur Iti'porU'i" . Mrs. I-,IIKCIH' .IiiIiiihuii,
,,.mi.r Jiilii.H .1. Mill.' (if Ilu- Nlni'-
Ah.s,.,I,I.v .ll.trlrt mul Mr...
' ... ..
il.I'lHKI' IIIIH'H HI Kill).., Iki-flfr .Ml IIIIIIIS
,, M,,s Kat), , lm.SfiVi ,,
iy VMi.Ui lh(. mmU. ,,,,1,11111 r.
, mm,., mt iiil ili-m of Hie Aiiiiiiinv
"ul wniv urnum-i! lu'lilml tlic claliniali.
I Kr, r wiU-li fiiriiinl Um "left maK,."
. H(lo nf the ImiiiikIiik iimiiii, The clKlit
Htrntloil ill Mninltiiiicnimly, and allhiumh
'all neemed In ho v.nltlm; happllv r.
protnnt fnr tho perforrnan.'o ahoiit to
1 life n. t irro whh one r 11 1 meiiilmr
nilrfw Dlller (the noM who wroto tho
verio read later by our ijlicrUT), who
was not as happy ns ho mlctht hnvo
"He's the only prisoner," cried Sheriff
Hatbunrer to the, press seats on the
sle.ini radlalors down i.i.ige just before
Hie Sin tiffs last speech of the after
noon, "who wanted to sit right out In
1 he audience. This Dill, r made a stieech
to too early lids nflernoon saving that
he Is mi Atnetlciin cillzen and consc-
I ntly ought to be allowed to sit out 1
In ftotit of the bars wlih 11s, 1
"I made a speech tight back of him,
Take it down. Warden: 'This Dlller
wants to sit out with the visitors.' Har
binger- '1 won't permit any such thing.'
If y.ai prlsorers' Ilnriuirger still
.speaking, boys -'don't want to sit back
of the bars during this Krutnl perform
ance,' Harburger continues In my
spiech, 'I a 1 Sherllf of this great county
of New York personally by the author
ity vested In m by the people of the
contitv will step forth and put an
estoppel to this whole affair.
"'And furthermore." Harburger still
speaks 011, This whole performance,
brought down here for you prisoners'
hem lit bv these great nctors and ac
tresses from Wnllnek's Theatre '"
"Pardon me, ShetilT." Interrupted the
press aitent. "but this weeU we move
from Wallack's to the (lalety, which Is
only a short distance from both the
Times Square and Hie Fiftieth street
suhwav sta- - "
"'Kn.ni the (lately Theatre, then,
Harburgi-r 1 ont.nues,' " continued Mr.
Harburger, "'for .vmir pleasure, gentle
men of tl.ls prison, and although 1 do
not wish to estop the performance, gen
tlemen, unless pin are content to watch
It from behind the bars 1 shall as Sher
llf of this county put nn estoppel upon
It forthwith through the power vested
111 me hv the people.' "
You can Just bet Ihere was no out
ward dissatisfaction after that. And
vv'ien Miss Civt homo made her en
traiue son 1 moiie nts later and seated
l.eiself at the prison organ lo piny the
inoiodv that the II i.'.imi of "our Wives"
piays to Mr Kolker as the I'rank How
ci... l.ihu His!, of the play. Poet Dlller
was ipi'te content to si; with Dr. Au
gust I'oiilsoti. .lo-eph Polio, David Mos
kovvi.. Lou's liatitler, Kubln Kramer,
David I! ithman, I'd Donovan and Jacob
Thuin.in, all members of this club.
The Alimony Iul laughed merrily
throughout the act, but Ihey were pspp.
dally Interested the minute little Miss
Owendolyn Piers ns the trouble making
i:iizilirth Jtraoki of the play began to
stick the harpoon Into the quiet do
mrs'Ic peace of the three husbands.
Throughout the act there were many
lines Hi.it seemed to please tho Alimony
Club men tremendously.
"oh. Mr. Dowers," cried Mls Isabel
MacOregor when as Miss Cavanaah she
entcied from a tier of cells and gazed
with admiration upon the neat Iron
bars and slnii walls supposed to repre-
sent line, i s'.v
ic-aln. "I feel
stuibo, "you have a won
lure" And, Miss
here but I'm
bad; among my old friends ncaln."
i Cheers fiom off st.'ipe and frota the
steam rad' tor press seats.)
The poem read -o the steam radiator
seats later by Sheriff HarburKcr so
tieautifu'ly Is ton limit to print In full.
l!ut here and there are Hashes of sentl
ment. of itayety, of deep pathos called
from the depths of a poet'
really should be freed upon
Si j on that times hav chart,! I
re! .luM.Ini; l'ir itnn'l tanks a hit
AilhnuKti Hi mn.lprii ntlflracf tie Is
I, ii., . .
Thrrt-. titiclov fen of them tvkln:
In hltiim lines the poet tells then
sweet court -nip. A shadow
ac r ss Hi" hver' pith:
nhin 'rnuhl om.l,
il, .1 ? w
n .1 ,1 'I. M,s upfMi
. c i. r: uii uii- S't" ?
. v ,1 'H'r ' In msn nt fill.'.
1 r ceirt Jm i'Hi s ii h,,.
r f,r fr.,,l,un an i m trv .icatn.
f r I
lnin te ( hp'1 j cy .iR.ctn,
I't ' 1 tl'i t.-iie n Ij.t omen .ireunrl
Whrn it l .i nichnnsrr to Ulm- th.i!
peace of home
Is tho club to
An.l l li. n Ii lilns thlt Jolly lnn!
v he Kt'li-r li r. nii'l. hana Ii hand.
T. f "uat iii'ns:r ilrdgon ei?!opu..
,ine.l,, eul Incubui
As hii rn.l com, to h!1 thing, that ars of
U'U tiiiiii.him' sphere,
So. fn.' v. our time Is u;i and n-e leave you,
We tir.iv cv-'re , uretl. for i. all feel sur
Th.c. n" of us hoc s-Ynrn, "Oil, never
Too well, now, the poet reallie.s that
the tlesh s weak:
S',uv is Ii y ilo von tempt u this way to-rlay,
Kiiewini; ih.tt we .ir, luii human clay?
Tl li'-lt-K Miiir WH's" ilocvTi liere to ua
I me.ii of ou. l-'rlnel ,tii-ll-us
Wlii' i mine hiive we to kii our vow
To h v 'lie I I 'lie., we Hsk vou now
A wave of Rr.itltude sweeps over tho
tin' .erloiiH'.y speaViln?. w thank you all
K.ir the tine nfernooii you-ce hJil us ncru.
T... n t .,,.hl. .he -one of t he
t.onc will It e.ho. Ilnrer and fliifh
imr mi m tu s eier of your kindly Intent
Vn.l 'lie ,l "ilur VVIcee" have with us
erilf Harburcer after rendlnc tho
poem would go Into no details nbout the!"mtly murders. He writes ih pohco
poet further than to -ny that the pnel 1 wouldn't never havo found out who had
told him that for some yenr.i he used .done this-er-eravpn deed on this poor old
to write under the pen name of "Kryss.man hadn't it been for your re-porler,
CHINKY, THE CHOW, LOST.
Mr. llHrniiniiiiKh'n rrillsrri'd I'np
riuiHt-il n I'rI Into llUtanrr.
Half a leap liehind a liattln penrrod rnt I
with only one life left, and that ono verj-
dear. CliitiUy. the red chow tiodlKreoil
pup lieloni'.inr. I" Mm. .1 M. MacDonouRli
of Mr. 1'arli avenue, turned a comer nt 1
Fifty-fifth Htreet and Park avenuo venter- i
dav mid never catno lincle.
After dinner yehterday Norah, tlmmnid,
took Chinkv out for a walk. And with
that oxproHsion of coinpletn ennui which
pcdiKt'ood imp- are privileRinl to wear,
Chinkv trotted wrenely nloiiR nt thn end
of his loaMi and wiwlied tlint honieUiinR
miulit turn up At rifty-llflh Ftreet
Kiinethini; iliil It hud only ono ear ami
win minus a c.o'xl deal of it winter fur,
Inn mill you could tell it wan u cat. It
didn't take Chinky Ioiik to dim-over tho
fact Ked chow pedigreed pups havo a
certain instinct that no amount of din-
Killt-o can looi
I'p tho Htreet went tho cat, and up thn
htieet went Chinky, with lt chain riiiKiiiK
ilium. 1 1 hi ktoiie iwivement. and tin tho
i Htreet hImi went S'orah, who was doing
well lint loKtllK crmilUI llllto coiiHiB
tently. At the corner a small boy trind
to head 'em off. hut tho lust of conquest
'was in the unhtriln of tho chow pup and
I the i nt wan IlKhtliiK f'T her dear ninth
! lile They tinned tho corner and Norah
iuiiKui uiiieliini; them for a moment and
'then turned weaiily hack to report tho
i '"Tho loss was in turn reported to tho
1 police, hut late la-t mailt Mr. .MaiiDonoiiRh
I Hind over the telephone that tho ling was
' -I ill mis-hiK. and that thoy aro very much
cniiiei iied almut it liecauso Chinky in
I iiuitnn valuable pup
' ,So if vou chanco to (.on a rod chow
' caiiiii" w'anderiiiK niinleni.lv about with a
bored cvpiesHion and a dandling Mcel
.in I'lnli i'ie end of tlin chain and lead
the pup Kimtlv but firmly to 615 l'ark
avenue. And ir you km i anything lurkinc
In tho middle distance that might xnHibly
bo mlntnkon Im- n "t, wrup tho chain
iwico iuuuiiU uai Vi.ufc
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TIKKI) OK I5EIX0 A TOIIv
Tntorviows Miiyor Simon Stcin
iwi of Scconil Avon up
"What am I?" Bald Theodore Itoosevelt
Sodnpolosky, Ksse.i htreet's eleven-year-old
bon vivnnt and niconteur.
Minnie Moscowitz, his aflianced, march-
I ine happily by his side up Second avenue
yesterday mornitiR heedless of wet lave
ments, looked at her hero with sparkling
eyes. Now they would play Ui.it fine
"You're this here, now Hull something,"
she answered quickly Hut she was
wronp;. as Theodore tominded her, for
he had boon that last Tuesday,
I "lluljjariiim, you mean, I s'pose," he
wild with just tho slichtest touch
superiority in Ids tone "Nov..
On her sisrimd guess Minnie was still
less fortunate. Ccrtainly Theodoro wn
not one of those Toik ituys. ll snld it
with pmphnsis. lie had been. It is true,,
that I'asha whose picture. tOinwinp; him
in the act of havini; his overccsct put on
by two ciinRitic; otderlles. ho won Theo
tloro'rt warlike eye. Iiut since th I'asha
has devotisl lus time to RettliiK rid of
that overcoat and coventiK at top speisl
most of Turkey in Kurope he has. you may
make it a bet. lost one youthful admirer
"Nope, nor a conductor, dor a lollypop
Morekeeer, nor notio of ihem." hurried
on 'I heodore lieforo Mmnio could siwak
acaln. I," Kiid Thecslore l!o(sevelt I
Sislopolosky and he drew himself to his
full height as he announced it. "I am a
Minnie lookisl at him with eves drenched
In admiration. I hero was an awed silence
durinr; which the tense expression on Min
nie's face observed sideways by Theo
dore indic.ited to him, who knew her well,
that she was thinkuii;. .Suddenly Minnie
skipiied and clutched Theodore's Mevo.
"Oh, I know them." sh" cried proudly;
"Lizzie Jackson's fnrder is one. Ho wears
j a nsl cap and stands by a railroad station
Kiymc I lease, i.iciv, ran i i rarrv your
Poor Minnie, overwholemod bj- the Joy
of her discovery, had prattled on heedless
of the cloud that was Rathcring on her be
Stop It, Minnie," he said, holding up nil
. -. i lmd
annOJ PCI IUUII1.
Lizzie tlackson's old man
is a nigger. This what I am is no inirter,
this is a re-portrr what wriles pieces for
papers about murders and accidents
and " ho pnu.Md a moment, "well,
who knows riglu now wtiero the miscreant
Ho (.topped out of breath, while Minnio,
her eyes almost on her cheek, looked at
him im ono looks at kings and Julius liar
burger and tho mighty in tho land.
"My gollics, " hho said, "wouldn't you bo
a lilt hcared if you was wnt to a murder. "
"Not a bit," haid 'I heodore gruflly,
throwing a glanco over his t-houlder aa ho
"Hut now I ain't doing no murder," ho
went on. "Now I am going to tho oflieo
of Mayor .Simon Mtelngut of Second
avenue, whero thero is a 'iortant
".Sure, nnd I'm going with you," said
Minnie. Torn between lovo and dutj
Theodoro gillHd and then wild swiftly,
"No girls can come to this hero meeting:
it is for men. Good-by."
So that is how it catno to pass that in
a back room in Khsox Htreet a little girl
cried as if her heart would break hh oho
looked upon a world of gloom whero
thero is very little room for girl people,
and also why tho tip of Theodore's tongue
took on last night a funereal color, tho
inevitable result of the combination of
literary work and lead pencils.
Hero is tho Mory of that 'iiortant meet
ing word for word, as '1 heodoro iloosovclt
Sodopolsky set it down;
"dear editor excitement, excitement
neer MUHDKK. Mayor Simon Htelngut
of Second avenuo is going to Washington
to see president wilson get imiugrated
and with a regular tuxadow for ono
hundred (llixi) dollars too which ho will
keep In a safe until ho goes because ho
tnlil your reporter that miiiio low life
had cut off tho talo of his dress suit what
time he wore it bv a dance and everybody
at tho dauco lulled ho to nplil, excitement
o horribel, o lerribel.
"In an interview which Simon Stolngut
gave to your reporter which your reporter
proimscii m get primed no nam. nnnon
Stelugut is a very inodoHt man what
doesn't like to get his iiatnn in tho par
and shuns public. When a reporter
asked him would ho go to Washington
to himi president wllson get iuaugrated
ho swept a lock of hair often his liandsomo
forehead and paid sure you bet Im would
go having been Kpncinl invited by a man
whoso name ho didn't want to mil your
roX)rter but who he said would be tho
biggest man in thin hern country after
March 4. he woodent tell your reporter
that guy' Bama baoauae ha auk. that it
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SYSTEM, Wabash and Madison St., Chicago.
would mind like he was stuck on hisself
and h. l.-. a very modest man and shuns
public, now jilee-o be Mire get that, about j
llie lock nf hair anil the haniNnmo fore
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TEN IN WILSON'S CABINET I
Snlr'rrS PrpnrlniPnt of I.nhor Hill
I.IUely In llcrnmc I.nir,
Washington, Nov. 2J. The prospects
arn that President Wilson will have
ten Instead of nine Cabinet positions to
proffer to members of his party. Sena
tor Horali of Idaho expressed the
opinion to-tlay that the Kennto In the
coming session wilt pass the Depart
ment of Labor bill put tlirougn the
House last summer. This view Is
generally shared by leaders In Con
gress. Tho Department nt I,ahor bill wan
Introduced by Representative Sulzcr ot
N'ew York. Democrats are so certain
that the proposed new department will
he created that the havo already
launched two or three booms for men
supposed to ho available for the Labor
Among thnsn mentioned are Charles
T. Nelll, Commissioner of Labor, and
Representative. William R Wilson ot
Pennsylvania, chairman ot thn Housa
Committee on Labor. Mr. Wilson wan
defeated at the last election.