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CURRAN RIDICULES 1
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to IM'mi I ii-i" Sm- ;
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t '(ttiiriniiii f AldtTiiiiiiiic Coin
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n hi i 'tin t ii I'.. I'u . lm tin rl
, n ii I nf 1 .itii i I'llHlcs Ilit-Wi I'.s I
tin .iii m fiom tin' wltnc'sl
r the I'liii-.in .Mili'iMiiiuU colli' I
- hearui.; i'MmiI.i) I'h.irui it thai
i . ni'i i'iiii in had iippl iMi liril hltn
v until'.-! t" throw ilnwn ;i i.i
i .s.lt.t.itl lll'lll III .ttlnlllll .V,!ll"t-j
i -ii! .in! Pint Ii" hml boon
, i- I wn ' bi in4 i.iIm ii from th"
i if,l'-e -'Mil. Ill If III' refll't-il
1 1 -. i i'li,) i lit, ii Hip lii.'triii At-
( 'i III ill .1 i ll"!' Ili'fiMV I III' lilntlll
j h'.iw i. mi." . thnl I'htef .lii-tup
i i I 'ft' I i'f Spoclnl Sr."liiia
M tin iic.iri mil nf linlli'i'lili'li"
"V II .1 nil! 1 l"irf UlllTf .lit- p llll l
milt i tn- cv tiii'iu'i' wa aiiml, ;t till
i .. i. u it i lit- Iti fUi r mmiiiI.iI the
) i' - .if 111- ili-iurltlirilt have been
. -. 1 , il.i tin ir liul.v fnl lour till v
, h "I mi,' I iin" l-'.ivc liillm.iti'il
i ii i ' aimlui llocKcr tiiti iij
.i , anil tii.it tlir emu h rmiiinst
v hi 1 S'l'inr; nf the Maine .ntinlj
. tV nil.- ,irit'i. Ili ri'l'.iti il ;
i in- iiiir'tinin put tn him .iiitl
(. iiiinx'lf in ,i manner whleii
auditor frmn Ihr saller.v. lie
t i tV: he h.nl .-worn nr.!- wav on
.fill) I .Ulil lllliitllff W.IV flllll-
' . lurr mi :i nlil mill cpl.iltinl
t , H.iil I ii"-n threatened with a
,. Ii. 1-. pi ii. lili ni'lulnal ,tiir.
il'l thai Ii." full name w.oi
i IMn.ii'1 I'nii' imil lli.it bo was
f ' tllli'il p.itriillll.lll llt'lliheil In Iin
illtj-tlflll s'lvel MII'itl. I'lnlll I
- i. r I nr It. I'M I. tn Api il 1... '
W.ls .llttlllU'l in l.li'llt. I'll.llll'.-
. - ti"ti. .i-iii "tuil. The i hli f
i t . ..f thl. Minn! while Ii-- a In
.,'il nil,- "iiiimillnL- up iai- nm-
. MiiMaiKlli-rf. illnirrli'iH oiuiilucts
.tnhlitm '" I'nM- .'.itil thai ,if!rr Iin
i , ii..vi"i frmn plain iliitln.'- ilntv
' I wn.s detailed tn tin- iVntral
. ' .ii.nl fur tin -i- &. if n tune
i i t i week ciidf. Till- temporary
i . mini iiniiinil t'i- rmirli m .Inly.
" ''.-n-Kni r i . planted n.- In Ii-.im'II
'. . time l-Yiji' that 1'itnrtlilnt: had
u -aid li arimi.- w itni'MH icunid-
. u h. fnri;i-tfUlllr- nf pnllei Hu ll when
i . mi, t i ii i tn rriii'-mln-r fur ,i mil
t r if. hi ntnl that he wanted tn m- If
i ' .- r iiniif within thin ela.ss. Tin emm-t-
f "r the committee iln-n road an
n"'l,iit sworn to hy !" In shirh
' policeman slated ih.it In- hail boudit
n lm" of whiskey from Vito' I'.itirno
i, '71 Third aM-nno nil Jun' Si'. l'OL'.
i Hint rati-rno Hold tin' whlf-lioy with
i ,i a licnsr Th" nthd.ivl' was .urn
t(. i foro MaBistrate Horh.-tt. Thf wit
r' Mild that this wa nlmtit his last
a us a (Vntral (illlrc man. Ho was
d'krd how lotiK it took to cot a Spi-clal
S ""Ions raso licfnrp tho roiirt and
v . hot- "the richt man" could cot It
Why. iirtalnh. tho ncht m:tn ran
pi' n ndjmirti'd." hr- ald. "Tiny c
ii" i . "K an adjournment, and, uhy.
t art It. It don t mako tiim-1. dlt-f'-r'-ni
how nitioh th" .ottlcor pioti'sts
ii' .t it. they adjourn Jus' the miiii-."
Th. wltm-ss did not recall other 111
!"' he had made after the arrest of
mo and was sure that then- were
r."' a ureal miny After mnl. n.t the
f'-'.iii' against 1'aterno lie said he
t ,cht he had kept n rnpv nf it, r.s
t a h.i his praetlie. not in ord-'' to
, I iv, a means of ref-cshlni: his reeol
' I 'lmi 1-tit simply "to slum that
r twh ran pull anything over em me.
inrl I iiid anything I did not
f.n lie -..nd he had never heard of
)"ih -e .ith.'i rs throwlnc a ease after they
I .ei tn. nl an arret, except in the news-
i i , ft rfi hr.ii ;in.iliuily in the
V H-tr I tulk iiNmt h eeitam fpet that
i- ''t.ii" i.i.iii ias to thro a rrrtaln
J No It. I illli not. hut I hae
I ,mp'. 1 1 'n i to thmu a I'-rtaln ea.e
', Yn l '..i'. ' A Vf s 'It
i nl'tn- A. Hy Hie elialtin.in of
yi r ir rut inrre, Mr. I'urian.
1 1 W " it A In tin eife of a raid I tint
' n?.'c at 311 i:ichth avenue, some
if ii el lirniiit- saloon anil Kamlillntr
J".' i" Kanil'linc rjM .
'J Who inuile i he raid'.' A I did
; Wlier, r ; tin- limriiiali approarh
in." In the rrltnltial Courts (tuHdine.
'J a' ,i-as the i-unvrfallnti that he
''Ivti ,ni" . Why, lie came to me and
" 'I 'I" mil' friends of Ills and said
' pit' i". tliat i a.-e ilnwn time the nian
'1.1 1 In- Ins lie -tire, and In- was afraid
of 1 s h tn) h" ilid not want o se him
J'"- Ii prpjnr IlK'tlse.
C' .-i he did nut want you to puh the
, fi-n Vis. that is iluht.
'. W I, at did he offer ;nu" A Me rlld
r "f . r ni mii tliliii;, hut he told me If
t d t t ut tin it ,e had I.l' tit Hecker fled
'.l that lie ii mild hae me Mxeil. And I
due in. I.iilier lri'.iU"f' Il Mas the time
thi' I'l.ti whs to I,,, tried In the Criminal
fr .'t foi n sliootlim oi-riirreiice and
K ' e r vrts in the murl. and I WPnt over
a rt diju I, lm up dinl then I ucnt to Mr.
'n Hi th" Assistant restrict Attorn";,
I mid hi ii I was Roinc to push the
it" t. the limit Mr Smith fought for
i' ''rcunilrnent. and they wrre convicted
'"i tnifl tn da.s in the elty prison.
Th i mis ncitlillK done about the excise.
ab that an excise cast? A. It was,
yn f i
'.' I ltd nn tell Mr. Fmlth that Alder
ft' -it ran had trh-d to git ;.oii to pull
s nt from the cafe" A. I iliil not tell
s ' 'h that, no, hut I told Lieut Meeker.
ni to'il Lieut. Meeker that? A.
I nd MerHrr was lnceneii the fame
p ill I'lrr" A Wh, certainly. Meeker
"i in" "(in ahead and let him fix
' N'othhiK eu-r liHppeiieil to you, did
t No It fllilri't happen to me; of
fOi.r.i ' ,;i not
'J em wire flnallv reducerl from n
' 3 ' loth"H man. You do not under-'-i'
'hrtt was throuch the Influenro of
' 'i iiihi l urran" A. I know It wk tint
(iuhU Hi" Inlliienei' of Alderman !iu-un.
y i' rfs throush my own wish.
rhnlrmnri t'urran said that this wm
first time he ever had sen Foyn
rnd that the first time he over saw
i 3,k r Iteeker wan ono afternoon while
'he lieutenant was on trial for murder.
1 nsver heard of this saloon," aald
'I'-iman Curran, "until three days ago,
vhr.n waB tolrl that thero was a necret
tni'ilng of policemen on the second
Jli'ir nf Smith's saloon at the- southeast
cvn'r of Twenty-fourth street and
That ain't wher Bmlth's saloon Is,"
Mr Ctirran continued: "Wherever
Kmnn's salocn Is, I don't know that
"-.F tin- only lime I evr heard nf a
fcon run by anybody named Smith, Of
tnurre mM that the afllcer sava might
'ts well be lifted bodily from Grltwn'tw
Anderson's p.tlrj Talis It In new In I
till It Is Sin llielj j tit r 'I'.'illiu; llhuosl t
it Inliii'sllii!; iis Miitetiii'iit" Hint will
in.iiln siiiiti. Hun 'i-,'n as In slili -,iiill,
stands In mi dislilii mill a rui-iilb ns
last I'rlilnx I 1'iit mil n lellalil.' iiiilhot-
lt that ili'ii ctli i's hao l i n linnc -"'tnliini;
mv ilNiilit. for what purims.- I
llmi'l Knott. lAii pt HliU nil" nf llli'lll tn
t' rv lowed a s.iinilki'i pi i' fur intiiiin nm
Imiiis. tliiiiiiinlim him wlili Miiliuisi
kinds nf ptllilsllln. til mil. m In- would
ti ll IhU ili-lM-llii' llml ho had ofloreil of
-Im u Aldi'liiiiiii I'uti.iii iiiiiin fur Ins i
llcoll"!'. Hut lilt- stllllilUcelii'r Mnnil p.ll
ili'tplto I In- thi'iilf. and Ifli) Iin- 1 1 lit h. r
and said Hint It had u,-mi haiip'-'u d. I
think Hu to Is nmhiiia fuilinT In s,is
ahi'lll this unless! iiino olio wishes In
lllilM' to cotiimlt III" ,'lllii f to mi HSJ
1 1 1 II I . Villi W III pl'iicccd.
Allloi ni in low Una Hiked the pnllie.
in. in where this "Smith" Ined. I'mo
said ho didn't k.inw. Imt that l here v.
a placed inlloil Sinllh's Cifo ,n il.M
Kluhth iivotiU". Afiir i niisii it ina hi'
Unto l k the Witlliss Mild tll.lt th"
ni'ii .irresiotl wire I'.ihvatil ilr.inl nf
;ti; Won Nlnolooiiili -.tiool. .1. lines Mut
iny of 117 Wcsi l'mt -lli-sl MHot and
Chailos I'oli.'ii nf L'TJ Wi -l IIIJil st I.
Aliloinian liitwllua s.ild ih.it iin- salunu
ii' ill III" illstlici .mil lli.il to of
i ho lin n .irresloil lived In I'liirnu s ills-llu-t.
( 'liniiniaii I'lirran tnld tin- police
man that If In- luul a story In t.'ll tn
an on ami toll It.
'That Is all I h.n. tosai." I'oie wont
mi "I slinpH si, Hid thai inn i .nil" to
til" in Iho Criminal Cm, it- I'.ullilina
mnl 1 ) It naaln .iad I spoclllc.ill.i
state that mi tl.."
In riplv in iiu H ms ft in Mr liuik
lur .ilid frmn Alili'itii.in Stnith the wit-li'-sx
s.ild tlmi In- did nut know nf h.iv
Ina -"en Ctialiinati Cilfrmi hr-foro Hit
i iicoiiiiii-r iu Hi.- Criminal fnuri.-
The wliin- il'iinl Mi- Muikuer nr
.iinlintlv oN" lo sa, tln.t In- ,-i r slionk
iiiiyltmly ilnwn nr ant n dollar. lie
said ho ropm-icil oi nf Hints tn hi
snpi rlors thai he omiltl nm cot mn
notions nlnll". II" lllcil In ad the
District Allm noi's nilici-, lm s.ild. to
serve ntllipioll.is nn witness, s In cull
noctlmi with ill" laid al I'hird
aventi" and lltoy did mil tin It The
priMittof in this mn', he said, was iml
iniivlclnl l.ee.iii'-" Hi" I'Ntriol Altor-iii-v
put a uilsih tiieanoi- e.i"e liefore
th" lif.iti'l .luti .sliuplv foi the pur
m ,r ittrnlna It nut "
After I'ltio hatl alriil his iniuilonlhe
tn.it l - of tin- i oiii-l notion Ml. Much'
in r resumed th" esaniinai nm.
I1 I ,l lilll l-IR.IIil 1ll.lt ,1- ,1 I 1 ,1111. up titt
tin pall of III- I Hst 1 1, l Attune " A I
Wnll'l S.iv It ii ,i fliltll"lli oil ill" n.iit of
Hi" I'lfliltt Alloii". Inn I will sav this
Ullli'll -if it li.nl not lill nt th" tittle It
wa. the litm of tie- It. , !,i r epstle mnl
all this si ns.it'nii It H.. p.ipt rs. th" IM-
tll-'l Alll'lllt" I'nlllil tl""f ll.ile lalli'li
'. Illnut-rs's and tin- rt st nf thelv t,-si-muni.
Thi 1101(0" lore" ait tn-'l.i afralil
tn .In niiMhlnc I .iu" of till" 1 am
afr.iitl in iin It nn "lf
I.'. Si tll"l" has 1',-etl a I h.lllC" i tilll"
iiht th" ih pin tni"iit ' A Theic hat l."ii
a eli. inc. A pntlt-i tn. in Is nfrmtl lo-day to
till Ills I ii t
Mr. Ilucl.iifr load fiom the cmirl
record t'hlef .IiimIci IIiii-soH's cmiiiiient
on the work dime in the ease "I think
It is a dreadful tlilna," t ie Chief .Jus-tli-e
'"Mow mnnv times dn yui think
Chief .lustlee llusseH has taken the
hoari out of nm and mil of other nf
IlciTS when their cai-es lonked cood to
them and they have hoen thrown out?"
"If I am nm mistaken." ihr policeman
continued, "you will find .Indue nussell
was one of t 'e .ludaes that s.it In a
case nf a nmn who nswullt'il me be.
cause I was Imkina his brother up and
because hi' happened to h.ne a few
Mlitii.'il friends he was i:i hara"I.
When Maclstrat" I'reschi saw that mv
tinier had been bitten lie made it as
sault, but because my llnaer was no
Umaer lniikeil six months after the
.ludce if Special Sessions did ti"t think
It worth while and held that the ensa
would have to he thrown nut "
The Imanna was adjourned until 2
o'clock this aflernooB
FORMER PHONE GIRL
Ifiisliiniil f Now Hriinsw ioU
Woiniin SiircociN to Kiirliloni
of Aslilni, nlniiii.
St. John. N. 11.. .Ian. 1.1 --Hy tin
It .t it In I'aris to-day of Ilortram, the
tlfth earl of Ashbiirnham. a Now Hruns
wick alrl. formerly n tolepliono oper-nt-ir
In tin emiiloy of the Now Mrims
v.Ick Tcloihone Company In the ex
chanac In l-'reilorictnn, hrcoines u ioer
ess of Hie realm In (Jreat Hrltaln and
her liiisbaiiil becomes the Karl of Ash
biirnham. News to this effect was received In
Froderlctnii to-day. Major the on
Thomas Asliburnhnni nrrhed In New
HrilUMwlck twe-He years nao, and after
llvlnc In Sussex and other parts, of tho
province went tn Kreilerloton. There
he met Miss Maria Anderson, ilatiahter
nf n well known reMdent of rrederictnn,
who had been enanaed as opera lor In
the New Criinswlck Toleihono Com
pany's ullho. In duo time they wore
married and since that time they haw
lived In Kredericton.
Major Ashhurnham, the new llarl. has
had a career In the liiltisli army, bavins
served tlireuiKh the Ku'Mitlan campjlan
and also In Smith Africa durlna the
When the Km I of Aberdeen was Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland Major Ashburnhnm
was his Mlde-de-cninp, CoinliiK to New
Urunswlck. he nciepted a commission In
a militia realmeiit, the Twenty-eighth
New Urunswlck Draauolis, In which he
holds the rank of Major. He was born
In 1S.11. Itertram. the fifth Karl of Ash
hurnham, whose death brines the title
to a New liruiiHwIck lown, was 7." years
of nao and an older brother of the
.Major. Jle was also nn officer In the
Hrlllsh army and had a vast estate at
Ashbtinilinm I'lnce In Knaland ns well
nH being a largo land owner In other
parts of Hi llnln.
News of his death came tn-riav in
a cable from ljidy .Mary Holland nf
Asrthurnham Place. Hmnehltls was the
cuuse of death.
Major Ashhurnham will go to F.ng
land nt once to enter upon tho enjoy
ment of tltlo and estntes. His wife
will accompany him.
According lo tVhltakor's Peerage
(1912) John Ashhurnham of Hussex,
formerly a secretary In the diplomatic
service, Is tho heir presumptive) lo tho
earldom Thomas Ashhurnham Is the
second heir and, of course, could not
succeed to the earldom during his
The Wall htreet edition of Tns Kiknimi
Bt'N ronmlns all Urn finanelal pews and
the stork nnd bond quotations to thn close
lf Ui mtrkei, Xdf,
GAYNOR ON GAYETY
OF HOLDING OFFICE
.Mii.mh' THI (In- K ii tali t f r
1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 Itil'l'iciillii's W cta'li
l.talitl.N mi Him.
i:IM,.INS si liWAV I'l.AXS
Coiiniii'iils mi "I'fi'siiiis Iiim'
Ih'iiiU Arc l!ii..in:' Willi
Vice" mill (Mhci's.
Ma. 'i i:.iiioi'
f ill iin- Cluiilo.
Ih" Isiiianls nr I
limis" hi ;inT W
t, ilUiil last tiiahl bi -Ciii
roll Asselnbh of
oliiinbiis In Hu ll- cliib-
s l'lft -flillt III street
a nnit Hie luiiln iiohloieini'iils ntnl plans
of hi iiihnlulstr.ilinii. And while ho i -pl.
nihil m t'm Knlah'.s the p-iibl"ins of
Niih,,us. Imia pli-v, the Kleiellth nn
mn ill oiiil ti, id. i mi'l amli he i it
liielU'tl his imiillit ills with i hai-.iolel is
tie emniiii in- n-i In- "ileina jnain s "
"packs of foul," "piis.ii. wlniM'
lieiuls are hu'.lna Willi lio" and ' 1 1 -lors
of i.iab.ia now sia pers," .it- winiiii
In ha- .i in, ii Kt il dislnsl' .
When the M,lo- ellleleil Hi" i ' i'i-
house at !'.I1 I' M the lV.ii Kiuaht's
pitseiii sn, up ntnl aiet-leil linn with
haitili'l.ips .mil ehi" rs. lie was Itittiiilm eil
laps and eln i is lb- w.n t lit I d
In William 1 1 S I i.i u c 1 1 u ss , Ui" h.-,it of
tin- ns mbh
I'til told " 'said th" Mm in "that
there lire It"-.' nun nf .Mm ill tile l ulled
Stales That's n laice numls-r. I in told
that Mini- iibjeet i- sis-ial. charltablo and
lellainus not i, hues i nippotc jmi
are iliMibil i-t.t'i-.ill like all the ret
of us Tlmi s a- il sliinilil Ii- nnd it Is
a emu!, health? illusion.
I foiai-t wli.it iu subieet i to. mailt
oh. li-s- it Is -rile Hlllleultit s nr llnlll
llia I'llblie Otlloe- lUiuablet-.l 1 sup.
ptise tln-le ale some ll llllelll I lis, bill lllev
voiah piiiti liael.v mi nn- l-itialiti r
Tin re .He Mttnt penpli Mint S""HI t'
wmi-i .ibmit iht'lii ami tr) I i make n
Whole I'll out o theill. but :-li II ptnple
Ully .old In Hie a,l.Mt nf lll'ldilia "111""
"As i,, ih, ililleu'H mad" bv nihert
Cie it.i-t Mil, I ih,. I" tttr. Thole are a
' el laltl llUtnbi'l' III' people hi le 111 th.
city who arc corrupt and vim do mv
want an ui am t i ii'imni, Siituo nf Hies,
lite nf .s wealth mid own llewsp ip""-s
as v.t km' tni.s f,,r our chiltlren. Thev
write vmi up ami Willi- inn dnui n.'
think th. can. I don't think mi tn
self. Hut .-my man w!m tiles in dr.in
a 'iralaht line ltwt"ii bail gnietn
mi'iil .nitl a t't.l ami nimoiit is a i!na m
li.no a pu tty haul tun".
"It takes backbnne In tin it. .t. '
plallse 1 It Is In the interest nf IllallV
to hai bad am "nmu tit. mnl-" Hum mi
think. Vast fnl tunes linu- been made
out of bail ai'kernitit'iii. And then
there ale some nf m i-rwlieenlnc I'otltti'al
niubltliuis who tike In mc tlmir tnols
111 ntlko so the can point tn mistakes
ami Mii er Tin y hope to hold otlice some
day tliomsi Ivi s, but don't think the
will The American people hae neu r
elected II libeller to otlice."
The Mayor then tool; up the subway
problem and other larce lahois of his
"I talk to you " h" said, "as sensible
men who are Interested In really Impor
tant thluas Some people want tn hear
llbnllt nothing but Cyp the Klmt'l I be.
Hole It Is Slpp the Hlonil now Laugh
ter I Their heads are I'uv.lna with such
tilings Why Is that? It must be bo.
e.iue they like such thine" Laugh
The Mavnr described the failure of
the trlbeiroiiah plan and how. after a
year and a half, most people have e-oiiie
to reall;:e Hint iho dual subway system
with a live lent fine to all boroughs Is
th" best that lould be had with the city
sailing close to the winds of credit.
"Some people wanted us to build a
rival system to the old siihna.x." he
said "That would have been cutting
off our nose m spite our face, since the
elty would only have been competing
with Itself, but those poor fools didn't
"All the while I nm! my assoeiates
were working and planning I wa
reading that I had sold the c.ty out to
llian and lielnionl and Morgan, hut
'f I did I didn't gel anything out of It.
I i-iimildn't spe.il; nf tins niatter. I sup.
pose, because no honest man or woman
belli Us a Wold of It."
Then the Mayor told about the agi
tation to get him tn rip up the Harks
of the New York Cential In eleventh
aienite. and explained how absolutely
unlawful should a proceeding Mould
have I n lie outlined the new plan
In iihloli the road's tracks will be ele
vated, and In- paid bis oonipllni"iit.s to
legislators who hadn't the courage to
stand up fur tin ilchtwhon demagogues
"1 wiih again accused of M-lling the
city out, tills time to l)io New York
Central." said the Mayor, "Mnl I don't
care about such things. I don't care
about tn future My only desire is to
be Mayor, In fuel, and not somebody
Touching hrlt'lly on the graft charges
and tnu'Stig.ttlons the Mayor compli
mented tho police force as a whole and
Insisted that graft Is being reduced tn
a minimum and that the day had
passed when nun .it tho head of the
Police Department could go out of office
"It Is true thcie was a lieutenant
named Meeker." said tho Mayor, "and
he seems to have been one of the great
est criminals of tho age, but he was
only ono In 1M0"."
He reviewed the plans for dock and
waterfront improvement, praised Com
mlssloncr Tomklns and said ho was
going to Washington to-day tn ask Sec
retary of War Stlnu-oii tn permit nn
extension of the Chelsea improvement
piers sullk-lent to accommodate the
giant steamships that will soon come
"I shall tell him that If he doesn't
grant the reeiuest he will be put out of
office 'on March 4," added the Mayor
smilingly. "Then I shall have to talk
to President Wilson."
When the Mayor finished the Knights
thanked him by n rising vote and by
very enthusiastic cheering,
Cnnntr I n't Dili Is Harked tir Cold
JltrrcasoK Cm-, Mn., Jnn. IS, The
county unit measure hacked by the MUnourl
anti-saloon league, ministerial allUnnenlnnd
ell temperance nrganlratlon was Intro
duced In both branches of the General
Amemhly In-day Thla meanure provides
Hint counties must vole as a unit upon the
liquor traffln and that the majoilly vote
The drys claim a bin majority In the
lloaae, They name ; and claim others.
A majority Is 7?. The Hrnitte, heretofore
the wi-tV atronghold, t now doubtful,
TWO TAX ASSESSORS DEAF.
line nn JerseJ lli.lt lit llllllrcl) Wo
ollier I es nn Instrninent,
I- d" 1 1 tpetl a- i hearing of Hie N w
.it t 'i State Kill ii ii. i nnd Kiiiiuiui'
c,imiiit.in. Im!i iisiiriLii nfliinnmi
t .lelsel CIIV, Hint tWn nf th" full"
;in--iiMi'i s nf Hie S.ato I'.imhI of Tice
l.s- .'i.it s mv ie,if mn so b.ulll iilfoitel
that In i. innm liiar u single ttni. I
iiliiHtl a! nil) nf the Inuring.'.
Tils !i.-l lllftlllii I- I" In-nlgo K lla.-
s" nf K.i -t I ll.lllue.
wli ti li'-.ir mill
Instl 'im Ml! Is In
The i 'mnmlsslntiei
when he uses an
Isaac H.n nor of
I 'll.il I". I', lb lull I. Us. in. the pi si
ili M! of the Stale T.is Commission, r
piainotl Hi-it In- hatl u ti pew rllteii oop
ol all t"siinon sent to Mr. Ilnlsey
"The iroiiit'e with Mr. Ilatsey l urn
Ins st'i.ie deafness-" tesllllotl Ciiiunl-
I'ltior I loiiilrlikson "The trouble wlih
liini Is that he gets a notion Into his
head and it t.tk-s the le.it nf im nlniii'
IWn Weeks tn eilllllllce 1 1 Til Hint We
think lii Is wiolig and he aeipili sees "
Til" pill-po'is nf the Ktllcleney and
Kciuiotiix Cniniiilsslnii s 1,1 abolish tin
Stale Com d nl Tu Assessors, the Slate
lioaid for Hi" Iai inlif..iiliui of Taxes
and similar bntilrs
ALIEN GIRL IS HELD
UNTIL SHE MARRIES i:
liiiiiiiur.ilioii Mi'ii Nnl MhmuI Ii
Iin- I'.'ii't 'I'll ti 4 She l ti
t i'ipiililt' Ti'.irlwr.
Miss Mail'- ii lor, a lotii--':. Muing
'lerinan wninaii wlm itn been a tutnr
fur twn jears in the family n! a w ll tn
iin ItnlH Ian In La Paz, inilu-d eMer-
dav in the I'liitcil Krult I .lm r Cm rilln
fintn Cel., p. ard was held up nv nn 1 1 ti -tiilarallmi
bii.inling nttleer 1 aus" Fin
is "Ina'". al'limiah IM. mid beiause be
sllspittnl frmn b"l' answeis that she
lillgh' iml iiiarri tight nwav tin- man In
whom sin- .aid she is engaged
The in. m is an American. Ilalpii I
ltelknap. end he mil hit nt th- par
One of the theories of Millie itllllligr.ltlim
inspector? Is thai anv woman who
conns hen- in mirrv nn hotly nnit do
m ltniii"illat"K nfter landing or b"f,'i,
landing, under th" nuspi'-is nf mi im
migration olllil.il. No man wlm mmes
here to iiwrrj n llnllg woman l. tn.it". I
In thi suit
Mr. lleiknap t ii i ki-il 111 Spanish with
Miss Victor, and said be looked on the
holding up nf a good and well etliieatt il
woman with inonei and wlm caiin- liisi
llilll ll'- 111 'lie lllitllle of a mlst.ikt . it
imt something more censurable. .
nitlv what the said lo each otlier Mr
Iklkllap pnlltelV ll"l lltl"ll to sav List
He did "av. linweier. thai
wou'il go to K.iis Island t.i-il.iy
present his mi si, in nf the l.ise of Miss
Motor to tho ;eilal board of linpilry
that will lnnk Into her history ami that
he believed she would be released.
He sahl he nut Ml-s Victor, who had
been a school t"aihei- In Merlin before
going to La I'az. Itollvla. more than a
yeir ago at La I'az, where he v,s m.
terested In mining affairs. She said
she was dissatisfied with her life In
Itollvla and w.intrd to come
l'nlteil States. Me suggested
woman of her peculiar talents
gulst ,ind teacher might find
place in California She decided th.it
she would g i tin re. About a month
ago Mr nciknap came hn k to hs
home In this etj ami later he learned
Hint Miss Vict ir was coming hither by
Whether or not thev were betrothed
was a purely personal matter which
he refuse-d to talk about, but that she
was worthy of any gevni man he was
willing to admit. It was not necessary
for her to marry for a living, as she vva
quite capable of supporting herself.
HEL DAS BLACK HAND GANG.
.ferae? f 'tinners Snld to Hurt sent
Ih rem en I iih l.ellrra,
Hackkn.si-k. .Ian 11 -Hennaii Claus,
a farmer llvlni; near li'dcewnod; .lohn
Clan.", bl. .'im. and Henry Tlllyon. his
MUi-In-law. were arrested last nlKht by
two Mai kt'iisiu l count v detoctive.s and
1'o.st i Hilco luipe. mr I-'ranh A. Uutler.
The three men were standing nenr .M
viirez Monta Knur, who had Jim Kiven
to the cider flaus a dunim.v package
Niippiced to iimtain llt.onO, which had
been demanded In threatening letters.
The capture ivas made near the Villa
Mnnta l-'aiir. at l'arnmu.
The alloped lilack llanders, who are
said to have tried, without success, last
week to cot .lohn It. Wnlthury. u milk
man of nradell. to pui Jl.duu In a tree
for them, were waltitu; for Monta Kaur
behind a tree when a blc tourim; car
came alnns. Tne machine slopped sunt-di-nly
no ir where I'lnus and Ills f-ons
were In hlillm;, and the chauffeur,
sepniinuly the only pnssenRer, IwKan
swearins aloud at his 111 luck. He
started to make an Invcstlitntlnti under
the car when Monta Kaur came alonK
with a satchel The elder flails stepped
into the mad and took the satchel.
Then the hidden detective. Jumjied
from the automnhlle and placed flaus
under arrest. The younser men at
tempted to escape, but revolver shots
.soon caused them to Ftop,
Mr. Monta l-'aiir says he received
three letters, all from the Hlnck Hand
men, the first demanding $1,000, tho
second $2,000 and the last $3,000, Tils
threat was made, to blow up his hnino
with dynamite and kill th" entlrn
Postmaster linger llrideman - of
Hidnewood notified Prosecutor Wendell
.1. Wrlchl of Hiicken'ark cnncorniiiK
the letteis and plans were then made
for Hie capture nf the Hlnck llanders.
On advice nf the I'nlted Htatei Dis
trict Atlnrney at Newark the prisoners
were taken In that city.
A few niunths ncn a Mine); Hander
wan caucht nfter threatening .lohn H.
Hanla, a wealthy farmer of Pprlntr
Valley, and Is now In Stale prison,
FINANCE CO. OUT OF BUSINESS.
Deputy Sheriff fnllrn 1'nahlr to
Serve an Execution for f!tfl7in.
The Continental Finance Company nf
1 Broad street, a concern financing Indus
trial corporation!, which has had some
litigation with Charles V, Mors nnd the
receiver of th National Uank of North
America over a ino.ono note, aa found
to be out of bualnees vrhen Deputy ftheriff
Culirn went to the office yesterday with
an execution for $26,716,
The execution was on judgment ob
tained by Oaear J. Oudo on notea of the
invar nniie Alarm uomoanr
raed by the Continental Kinance Corn
Mr, Clude ha another Judgment
159,019 atatnat the company and thn
Aiteia luiaiizanon company naa one tor
141,604, obtained nn January a. alan on the
compfny r, taaoreement of t'over White
Marbla Company'a notes.
Thn rontlnantal rlnanra fAmninv wn
Incornorited in labi trttYa eatiltal aw
limine Th mi I i'li- lo Tnlif lli
(H'l'ici' Nest .MmihIii. liciilf
i.o it i. mk ims. m cm KAisr.in
l.iiiioi' 1 1 1 1 1 I'. S. Si'iiiil(ir ln-i
omuI in .Mnii Siilcd Fiulil
M'lilSiit'li.l.n. Ill . .((tn II William I.
tl'Coniiell. (iimivilun inaitager for Cmv.
i rnot -eleel l.ilwarii I' Diiinit'. lii-tuc.lit I
ileel.ireil tluil (!o Ilium.' mill the either
Sllllo nflicils Wttllld l-oinn In Splllmllelll
ii"t Monilay ninl tissiiuio oflioo 'I his I
aiiiioinieetneul was tiei'l" following a 1
l nlllel elli't' lielwei'll (Sol Delieell llllll
n't itum II. who nr' ivisl I,i1e lliis a'ter
nonn Iroin ( hioiiso liearmi; a proposition
!l,l leiv Ih'lleell Iroill th" (ioVel llnr-elect
liimit' .mil the ntlii-r li nun ra'ii Stat"
Mli I. lis vv 'in Wel t- electi .) bv t.v . rw lu lin.
iu iliit-alliles have imt ei taken "Ih'
i.nis. ihe I ,t as !a I ui'i' has net eali-
ssetl Hn ne. IIS riO'lil'd a. llW
The b al-l.ilnrs cnidiot tin t ns a board
if im,iss,-r.- iiniil tiny bail nra 1111.1 d
i" let ; Ina a Spt akcr
(!ou riinr eloe' i llllltl" ImliN tha' Ue mnv
liiwliilly nil oi-f!' veil if tli"il'-ailn"k III
lite Legtsl.Hlltc continues ilulellllllelV lllld
ho sllbmitleil IllUhnrild's (!oV )"llee
evplissetl elllll-e Willingness to alllll'Mt"
l ln seiiimi of i hi. Cint!iuiion iip-m
V. llll ll li-let or-"l"l-t lliinno llllses l.js
right tn take oftlee at once specifically
stales that th" State ofll-er- -In II hnlil
ofliee ffi'lll Hie -ec 'llll Mnmlny III .latltl.irv
lleM nfl'T tlli'il- eleel loll
A rli's" friend of the lulmiiitslraiion
ilt'clat'sl that ('"rs'innllv (io lietmen
would be glad In relilUIUIsb til" ofTloe
anil thai if he emilil s.itisfi hiins'df thn' I
tin law sustains the ixisiiion liken bv I
I limit.' the (inveinnr will ipuck'v turii(
over Hie oflli"' lo bis stlt'Ceeil
I'M-ii the K.'1'linii of Hie Cott-i i'"i' inn ,
Upon which I'linues ejniiu is based con-
tains a eonflieting paiagrapb ftr
sialitig Hint lit" Slate nfliivrs shall lake i
ntboe on ihe stientitl Mnmlav m .lanuarv ,
foil iw iiicIHieir ol"0ln ill" stnttti"iit is
lll.lt tht'V fll.lll hold Olliei. until
stieeessnrsiiit' eleeii'd ami nil. I luitl I
Dutiii" will mil Have uualllied null III'
ole has been canva-scil hy 111" l."i;isl,,.
tiire 1, t il the rn-tilt i fllcallv iiiumiineeri '
'lhs i.llltlol I'e ilctle until tilt' Hulls" J
orcatiMos anil brealis th" ilemllnck
lliilibaril of 1 .irrollton ileeloreil i
tin- 'I Kill v.as a:;,ttns -,oriin"ri-nr ami I
"SiilliMinis.n " 11" msir-tiil the Kreiup i
fUiiportini; luin for ,sMMlter h itl taken I
up the luslu .icanisi "l.orim?n-tn" tout:
liefore 111" M'-sloH b.'tatl llllll M"ll mn
.1 sicinsl ileclar,-tum in November j
I'lnierlyiiu', Hie row- is the "vci" ami ,
"drv" Ikiio ( harlot-. Karsch is cl.iss.'il
nr. .1 "v.ei" anil llubb. id as a "ill-.," but
neither will ndr.ut this w the issue Nn
ni"iition of 11 was mule iu lb" conference
I this afieinoon. Tti" Senatorial mtiiain n
j ii the b'n; tactot- ill Hie row The lb publi- ,
tails rt'lllfo 10 nuili;" in any ;ii-iiiit i.nii-
'cainlid.it" until I, . Sh"riiimi, llepuhli-
can iriitt,iry iioiniine. isi-uieii on,- m ine
MAINE ELECTS BURLEIGH.
NetT ennlnr ItepreseHti'd lllnlne'a
Dlalrli'l 1 In l iinnrrii,
A i i, i stv. .Me. .Ian Ktlwln f. Hur-
leiKh. wlm was lb" nominee in th" ti-
publican primaries last June for I'lilted ,
States S' natnr, tn.dav ecelvid '.'1 voter, i
In a total of IMi in the Letlslatiuo. Son- j
ntor iibadiali (Jardr,' r. Democrat, had
SS votes and K. M. Thompson of All-,
trustii, Priicrcsslve. had T votes. It was'
thtiuKht at one time that the Proiiros- I
slvo meml-ors could muster enough 1
otes to cause a deadlock, but It is s.ild
by the leaders that one man who prom- j
Ihotl to Mite mr Hie I'rocressive nom
tnee up tn within ton minutes nf the
convention went back nn tln-m.
Mr. Ittirlelch, who is a former f!ov
eriinr of Mnino. ami who for four-
Jeen enrs represetiled Itlalue's old dis
trict, the Third Maine. In l'oiiKre;is, will
servo for four years fiom March 4, 1H1P..
Senator Cardncr 'eft here to-nicht
for Wasblniiton after Hiankini; Ills
suppoitirs for standlni: bv him.
Alton f Wheoli r. 1'roKrei.slve leader,
issued a itnti'iunt In whtoh ho said:
"Til" ProKicssIvs .it the Maine
Hniik" of lloproseni.itiv e.s have laken
their stand for a separate ami distinct
pnrty nrsanl7.Ulon. At the openlnc
of this session Prnnre'Ssiv e.s decided to
make workliiK fusion with Ihe Itopiib
llcans. but after a few days It became
evident that Uepuhllcan lcadeis had
determined to delay and hold up sev
eral Important features of ProBresslvo
legislation. Accordingly in the rcr
malnlnc days of tho session we shall
act as a separate partv
A'li' HAMPSHIRE FUSION.
Priiiireaahr Nu Mnj Vote for n
II t- t ll III it'll ll HrllHlnr.
foM'otin. N". II. Jnn. 15. Thr flrst
Joint ballot In the I.ecWlalure to-day
for the election nf a 1'nited States
Senator resulted In no choice. Henry
I' Mollis, the Democratic candidate who
led yes erilav. was asain lilshcst, al
thoiiKh he fell rive votes behind yesler
da.v'i. tutnl. Kx-Cnv. Henry H. Qulnby
again led the Republican candidates,
with I'illsbury of Manchester second.
Ks-Unv. Hass sained three voles and
Sherman E. IlurroiiBlis of Manchester
rose from his seven votes of yesterday
to twenty-two to. day.
A conference nf Republicans was held
this afternoon ;nul 1: was left tn u
special cutiimiticc in recommend a man
lo be voted for solidly tn. morrow. It
Is conceded l hat neither Qtiluhy nor
I'lllshiiry can be elected. The Pro
Kiesshes nnd Republicans may unite.
To-day the I'roKrcsslves united with
the Democrats and elected (leorue R.
Karrand, Slate TreaHlirer, defciitlllB Col.
Solon A. farter, Republican, wlm has
held the olllce thirty-seven yenrs, Ed
ward N. l'earnn was re-elected Secre
tary of State by a unanimous vote.
NO CHOICE IN TENNESSEE.
Hepnbllrnn Vntea Depend on ltrdl-
Nashviuu!, Tenn., Jan. 16. In the
balloting for a lnnjr term United States
Senator to-day ex-l-'ongrcssmnn B. A.
Knlno held his thlrty-threo votes. The
Republlcana still hnlk on Knloe until
they can be satisfied about a rediatrlct
lnn hill tVat will jslve them more power
In Tannesnee. Thief Justice Shields
advanced from IS tn 20 votes, Congress
man K. D. MrKellnr from 1 tn 24, Col.
I.. r. Tyaon from IR to 23 and Chan
cellor Allison from 11 to IS,
McKcllar and Tyson nrr renutara and
Shields and Allison am Independent
tremocrui ouwae oi iao, i union unen.
. Satire, motor-bus will carry all visitors, to
the Automobile Show to and from am points on
the route between the. (Irand Central I'al.u e.
Madison Square Harden, and our general offko,
H road way and 57th Street, as our guests.
. tf' ti t,!f titr ,il A.v'r cirhihtit- .1 Ihe (t'u'i ,jn
r.i.'ti. e. fi-, ! (ifnfht Oh, e
Mack Saurer Hewitt
Proved hy is, iH .ml 10 vears ot service
" Leading gasoline trucks of the world "
Our 'bus alone stood the test made bv the
Metropolitan Coat h Co.. Washington. ). C.
Six 'buses of different makes were put in
service July 4, 1909. Three wore out the first
year two kept going half time and arc now
practically worn out.
Our 'bus covered i. 2,000 miles and looks go !
for that many more.
Whrn i- -enr' ,r nw ei ti-., h vvi tvnr ,i-nt it
International Motor Company
Broadway and 57th Street
WARREN FENCED IN
THE PUBLIC LANDS
HiHM' Coinniitlcc's Repin-i Ifp
.-ll(l.(IIM( VV(.M1( ACKKS
"S'lirriltiis Allciriitioiis.' Coin
IH'I Wrote to Hi's Scnv
fiiri of Interior.
Wasiiiniitos. Jan. 15.- The Mouse
Committee on i:peudltures In the In
terior Department made public to-day a
report in which It Is hold that the War
ren Live Stts'k Company, of which Sen
ator l-'rancls H. Warren of Wyoming Is
prlncli.il owner, fenced parts of the pub
lic domain In Wyoming and Colorado Iu
v lolatlou of law
Kmbnilied In the teport are reports
made by olllci ils of the interior Depart
ment, notably i:. II. I.lnncn. special land
Inspcctof. which lend to support conclu
sions of the committee that the Interior
Department under the Roosevelt Ail
mlnUtraKon permitted the Warren l.lve
Stock Company Illegally to fence and
Inclose the public lands
Si im tor Warren's friends say the
Democrats arc iiiaMni; this attack on
him in the hope of defeatinK him for
reelection. The vote will bo tnken lr
the W online l.eijl.slaturo soon and It Is
The I.lnncn report was submitted to
Secretary HitohcncU of the Interior De
partment under President Roosevelt.
I.lnncn said that live Mode, men 'who
had fenced public domain in violation
of law hail driven out settlors to ac
complish their ends Inspector l.inncn
"There 1 at this point n strons
coterie of polltlcLins wilh Senator 1.
i: Warien at Its head. This combina
tion controls the l-Vtlcral oniccliohlcrs.
It t-eeins hardly likely that Inmost
prosecutions can be had with the pres
ent machinery lu this State."
The Warren case. It will bo recalled,
stirred up trouble between President
Roo.-evrlt and Secretary Hitchcock uve
itis; to the unvv ill'naness of the former
to imree to u prosecution and It has
been sild that this niatter was chlell.v
responsible for Seciel.itv Hitchcock's
retlicnient. The House Committee re
port discloses for the tlrsl tltr.e the
peppery correspondence that passed be
tween I're-ldont Roosevelt anil his Sec
rotary of Intel lo Senator Warren op
posed the proceedlnss .In the case anil
criticised iho department Held officers.
In n Utter written on November So.
IDOii, Srcretarv Hltchcovk says-
"The reports under consideration
show that approximately .".oO.'iOO ncics
of ihe land bcloURiilE to the Cnlted
States In the State of Wynmlns are by
this unlawful means appropriated to
the exclusive use of private Interests
for private .-jaln."
In cninmcntinir on certain documents
submitted by Secretary Hitchcock
President Roosevelt in a letter dated
January 17, 1!(7. said:
"This Kxhlblt 3 l simply a bundle
of scurrilous nllciratlons the truth of
which there is not so much ns an at
tempt to prove. 1 nm utterly nt u loss
to understand why such an exhibit
should have been forwarded hy the de
railment to tne. I assume lh.it It was
nut dune with your know-ledcc"
Thy President went on to say that
the document was valiiahlc only "lie
cause it deeply discredits the worth and
Judgment of Inspector Hitmen,"
It was not InnB after this that Mr,
flltehcnck retired from the Cabinet,
BANK CLERK ARRESTED.
Accused 'of Mrallnar SOO I'rom Raat-
ntan. Dillon Co,
Joseph Sylvester Horohoe, a clerk for
Eaatman, Dillon & Co., bankers, of 71
Broadway, was arrested tn the bank yes
terday by h private detective and taken
to Folice Headquartetn, where he was
charged with stealing $200 on October 10,
191'i, and falslfylnB the books In his
When the annual audit was made on
janiiurv t It showed a ahortasje of $1,200,
Walter' K. McClure, a member of the Arm,
went to hendnuarters to make the com
plaint amtst Horohoe.
BOY DROWNS WHEN ICE BBEAKS.
Hml lie i- Iteseiii'il fler Thirls- Mln-
1 nlr Mriisuli' In Wnler.
j When .lohn Dunn. i: .vears old. of .vt
I nrev aventi". West Neiv Hriirhtott, ami
M.s bmtlier l.tl'vaid. II vears old, irot home
from . hnnl iisieriluv afieiiioon ihev run
ovei lo Miiltlnif I'etid. .nisi bark of Hie
allots" lioiiie on liiooUs av eiine. lo see linn
thi' K Hie ne imis 111" pond measures
nboip nil bv teei mnl at the middle the
V 111 rtr Is .i lent deep
Wltli l.tliuii.l iu I lie lead and .lohn n few
feci bfliintl Hi" two bois slid tneriilv out.
Near the middle the lee ciai-ketl mid boln
ilis-ippenrotl in the water Neither of the
lio toiilil swim I'liey bom imne no
totretlier and crabbetl iho paper Mke eoai
ItlC of lee at the edce of Ihe liol e meant line
shnntliiir for lteli The u-e was loo thin to
support tlit'tn and the hole kept cioivim;
Several ininnt"s Inter .lohn Donahue, 2t
vears old. of We.st New Itiilunn, heard ill"
boys' setr-au's lie lati lo the pond and
ventured out on llie he slnwlv When he
whs within si feet of Pdnard, who had
become separnleti from his btother.
Dnnaliiie slreichcd our on his stomach and
rem htii forward. Hill iheililii ieeeruniplei
up beiiealh hltn and into the water he went,
at the siiine time tlesi rovim; Kd ward's hold
When Dniiiiluie tunic up Kdwaid was not
to be seen He dived iiiiiI hromrht him
forth and then n f r 1 1 in.' I he Ind. bet ntlchl
hold of Ihe edneof ire neat est linn and heuati
i-hippun; it on until lie should leach s.itct.v
llihiv nnniites after Doimhue had fallen
into Hie viator he nviuiintHl to scramble out
on -Imie I hero w.-is no siun of .lohn, nnd
l.dwaid. w hose 111 e he had sived. had fii lined
from exhaustion I'loklnt: Hie youngster tin
iti his arms Donnhue ran tn the aclor'
honioand lelenlmned fnraid tost Vincent's
lluspltal IliPieli was said last nik'ht tlmt
Kdvvmd would let-over
Ihe pond was dratrired last nieht, but
.lohn s body wan not reooveted
ARSON TRUST HEAD UP TO-DAY.
I"Wfj Ihr Pnlntrr" to I'lrntlGrnts
llrlil In s; 1,1,1111(1.
"l77.v the Painter, " otlierivio Iadnre
Stein, holipvti! lo have been the brnln of
Hie arson trust, with more t linn .ni'i llre
lo hist-retli', will he brought from Sine Sine
to-tlnv to plead to an Itnllot inenr for nrmn
. in Hie seiond decree lb- is now serrina a
I i.tui oT from rwelve to I went -four ear
' for nrsnii
Iviillni.in No'vinnrk, a public adiuler
livine at .ll" West i.'i.iti feei was helore
1 liisiu-e Inid' eterdav on mi liidn tmetii
ch'iritim: liim with ni.iktiit: tnlse proof
1 ol loss and ,is bed under M,in bail. He
will plead tO'inorroiv. Iteorire Uriltr llif
liar I mii insurance brok'T, also was ar
raigned and lit'lil under l.",.rxi hail (irul.
pleiided nut utility Neither irot hall.
I Iho inilicttiit'iits have in do with a Iho
in the apartment of Smnliold at :,7R t'.at
ItlMh stteet on Dereiiiliei- . lam Heortte
llalleii, an adjuster for the (ionium meri
enn Insiiiaiu e fniup.iiiv, eliarjes Hun e
nmrk MibtnlHeil it clHlm fm firm jots ami
was p.i id J"..':, while Hie real ilainaire did
riot a 1 1 ii in ii i o mole than
fFOR SENDING GOODS
BY PARCELS POST
Economy Mailing Bags
Thl llttl mall pouchra ar tb
hundUtt itvlrea for atndlna all aorta nf
Ihlnca laftly through Ihn mall'.
lt.de of alronc ration cloth wllh
ttoul tla atrlnc ana touah addraaa lac
Inrorporatrii in baa. filmpl. tnaxpan.
ilva and blr Hmt-aavara.
Riphr SiZN $10 to S1I Fir UN
Epwlal aliea for apaclal requlraratiita
Eamplea for the aaklnc.
IEMIS 110. NQ CO., Si. Lwir, Mo
R. Simpson & Co.,
I i.l Went 42d HI . nar Broadway.
Hroadnay, romar arth Rt.
Loans to Any Amount on
Pledge of Personal Properh .
W liw Urje Mtartsiest of Dlsmeia
Rlnta. Dlamono. Viae, 4c. t prloi vhlih
will salt!)' careful purchaser