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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1910.
OF WAR CONTENTED
Czar's Subjects Anion tlic
111.000 lit WHtcnliPi-s: Not
1UTII KK'S TOWN HIT II A HI)
n, .mi o iionnki,!, iii:m:tt..
Wittknmki.h. (lei 111 itiy. Afrit 7. A
garrison In niurlrrcd In Wlttoiihcri; I hy. other motor, full of thllRHrlalk,
and Ifi.ouci pilMineis of vvnr are also I Aiictrl.m and licrmnn ofricers, mid
noJouniliiR hcio. 1 MniHixtlr had become the llrM nriny
Not tho Icnsl cheerful f,ire we " ( hr.itliit:irt(i j.
nmon the irleiinrrn are tlios-o of the At 5 ,lle aflrrnowni t, ,ur )
Ttlieeinn. llundredti ure vvorl.ln;. mi new chleli every ono rocs Into the utreet to
railway eiiili.inl(ineiitn and shlliiK" They promenade niwl ko!v tho equivalent
nro Hoelo, lnn.ul fined men. without tho, "atchlni: the train come In In Aiiier
Srace and of hear,,,- of .Mr-
nicer.", and they loolc up with cheerful irowdiil with dertu.m uniforms
grin vvhemver a iiaupctiKcr train mm- Tho soldier .walked cluin.illy In their
bleu hy them. There l no evidence of '"'1'iiuiled hoot. Offlcera and men nbout
rancor Hctvvcen the prisoner nnd Ihclr , 1 IZ"
captor. Jum Ci-okf. Kvldently there wan no
Tlio.o unions tl.e townspeople whom dearth of one metal In the fatherland,
the war has lilt Inudem In a financial I Tho dermans wire ho much tho HtronRer
... ... ii. nm,. ni,n,.u ' ract" "'.it thoy fecund to dominate
way are the proprietor of little nho.M , ,Aorv,llllR- A, lItW , t.oull, ,lcar thcn)
ahcro the lhoiiran.1 of pltKrlms who marchlmt hy to drill, u uteady tramp on
used to come to WlttenlnTK h-nmht poll- the cobble'!, as icsul.ir and measured as
vcnlrs little busts of J.uthcr aiul Me- il I'--1'0 of machinery. Always at the
lanchthon. china p.unted with the a. ,, ' " ''.i
or the famous ImlMlnKs of the town, fac-i J'""' " " 0 "r! "1 c,xaet'
Kltullva of Latin MMoet.tli century leaf.. e,..'"p, ""vl another. Their ac
Icta continuing Luther's nlncty-llvo , , nm, I''slon had somethliiR
... I trrrlfc Inir nlumt If.
irn.r. ami the iimi.ii array or aiouins, i
brooches, hatpins. thimbles, paper
weight", Inkstands and metal plaques.
Soldiers sent to the town for garrison
duty ami for the training which goes
tfltli It eagerly make the rounds of tho
Wlttenbeig shilne places and display nn
Intelligent Interest In the memorials
which many of the places house, espe
cially In the ilch collection of autograph
letters of Kuropcan (sovereigns In tho
So Sonvcnlr IlnylnK -Vow.
They do not buy souvenirs these times,
Ct If they do the souvenir takes the form
of ii postal nolo for 10 marks, -which is
sent home to tho family. Tho soldiers
re uniformly cheerful.
Even the ultimate sorrow of war In
these garrison towns Is nttended by so
much statellness that It does not so much
depress as impress. 1 mean tho funeral1
of soldiers whose bodies are brought '
home for burial. Yesterdav afternoon I
neant the roll or muffled drums down the .
.trot tt, L.,i.n.,, ,.i
fro along the route of the funeral col-
lected in group, standing at attention as
the hearse drew near.
Tho cotlln was nearly hidden under
flowers, ami n long column of mourner
marched behind tho hearse. The
pageantry, simple n it was, produced a
profound effect, partly because It was
moving to the slow throb of the drum".
A Journey to any derman town, espe
cially if It Is a garrlon town. Involves
the. observance of strict formalities.
Twenty-four hour befotc we left Uerlln
for Wittenberg we had to "abmeUlen"
(report out) ourselves at the police I
atntlon of the district In which we llve
There our paufpoits were examined
nd u police orilccr wrote on tho back ,
of each document the date of our up- I
penrance beforo him and the destination
of our Journey. Tho-e Indorsements he
tamped with th municipal seal.
Arrived nt Wittenberg the same for
mality was repeated, but it was much
more elaborate. Illrthplace. date of birth,
citizenship, occupation, present residence,
reasons for travelling, probable length of
visit nnd name of hotel at which we pur
posed Maying were all entered In a b!g
Suspects Him' No ( hniice.
How 'lllllcult It must be for supected
persons to travel In ilcrmany was Indi
cated by n remark the castellan at the
Bchlo!s-KIrche mndo the next day.
"You arc the Americans?" tie Mild.
"Yes," I answered, "America r from
"Yes. I know," he said, "I heard about
After tho half hour session with the
police olllcer I asked lilm whether he
would give me a permit to use a camera
"In war time that Is a matter for the
military commander or the tuwn," he .
replied. "I am sorry, but we cannot ,
help you, nnd I doubt whether tho com-!
mander would. You know we are a gar-1
""iavlng'ha.l some experience of the !lt.
tltudo of soldiers toward photography. 1 1
did not think It worth while to take my
request to the commander.
In a deeper eeuse than the merely
geographical Wittenberg lies in the heart
of liennany Luther then made the
town the spiritual heart of (.Sermnny, and
in some drgi-e the tradition of the
great role '.: played In the Reformation
till Is vital.
JJverywtiern tavo in the actual war
are.n. which I a small part of Kurope,
people arc going placidly nbout their
business. The war has bscnm routine.
The soldiers no', nt the fiont go to
church nnd go to the museum".
This town to-day 'h iih matter of fact
as Nile. Mich. It Is sitting under its
dull gray sky and making plan for the ,
, Vm"r,t ' rx"p:
iionai lor us glorious cniircn music ami
Its memorial of a brave man. Other
wise In either peaco or war Wittenberg
lit "Just folks."
Co;ijr(i(, 1911, by Chlt-tipo Tribune.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Orrners Ilnve Trouble n Choosing
Ones Not Already l'sed.
What's In n name? You may say
nothing, but If you try to register a dog
In tho American Kenne Cluh you will
Mild that there 1h something tn n name.
and unless you uso special thought It
will not Un omy to get n dog registers 1.
Where ono I to get n namo for his I from suio io sine, nu ui uuicern in
dogs Js a much considered question. One I Monastlr following. Kvery Bort of unl
fancier tried eight different names for , form blue coats, brown coats, gray
bis dog and every one was rejected by coats, spiked helmets, Hat caps, fat men,
the kennel club, ns It was the name of I thin men, tall men nnd short men wero
some dog previously registered. In ono ; In "'n procession.
breed nlono there urn no less than fifty I The little German Colonel In command
dogs of t:io same name. All but one. i of Ike forces, every Inch a soldier, but
however, must havo an affix nfter their only fi feet hlsh. stepping along on his
names such as a numeral or letter. Such toes ns If on red hot bricks, his bend
names us Sport, Buster, Bex, King, L.ul,
Lassie, Duke. Lord, Ac, have many rep
resentatlves, but all hut 0110 of each
must carry an nlllx of some sort,
Tho only proper course, Is to register
a kennel numci and name nil dogs with
It ns a pretlx. There are many nttrnc
t,Vu iuiiC5 tl!rt can be got for a lica
riel and bv teglsterltig all dog with
this kennel pullx progeny from thl
Kcnnei are at oncn identified with
and a big hem-lit gained by the breeder.
AVhile there may be many Sports, Jerrys,
V.OUIHS, uu , ixc, a Keniiei nanio niieiiu
of any of these wl enable thn owner
to register thu dog wth any of these
names us the nlllx,
Two Collies Vow I'linmploiia,
The two collies Imported by Mrs, C,
N. Lunt of ltithvva), N. .! owner of the
Alstcad Collie Kennels last winter, have
annexed their championship lilies, These
dogs. Alslead Parbold President and Al
rtend Parbold Peepshow, started on n
uuessful American career nt the West,
minster, vvhe.ni they were pl.ued n the
winner dug and winner bitch resp.-c-tlvqly.
After thn Westminster they went
nut- on tho circuit, returning to their
loino with enouch nolnia It nil ll nlln.ir
k them to claim the title of champion.
BULGAR HATE OF TEUTONS
TOLD IN MARCHING SONG
"Our Allies Are Robbers" Is the Refrain Heard in Mon
astir Starving People Hunt for Food in the.
Streets Story of an Air Raid.
ii. .1111,11111:11 lwmvKi.i,.
Tito crowd lined tip on either nldc of
Hie fired to watch (Jon. HoyiiRlcIT and
the Muff come In. An nutninohllc, within
.,,. . ,.,.,-... W.
lic.i riled, Mmiiie penannt face, whizzed
. , '7., . . ,
Listening. I became hypnotized. Off
luty, walking around the streets, the
-erinaii sonneis looaen Kitwiy, simple
'".a-'.iiii!. not nrutal nt all. Unce
wheeled Into line every shade of ex
presslon was wiped from their faces.
They seemed to cease to exist as In
vlduals. We felt that the front rank
marched tj to an Impassable wall the
itar ranks would keep piling up on It
solidly with Jiift the same perfection
until they heard the order to stop.
Krotn Miss Mitchell's window on the
second utory of a Turkish house In the
dreek quarter, where most of the sol
diers were lodged, we would watch
across the narrow street a door with a
sign, "First company, nine men." At
the. same hour every afternoon we heard
the flrn company march Into tho street
T10"' Thp 01 "ccr "J"1'1 bark1 " few
"'"'l"1' "orN nt ' 'V"' Jh'y woul(I b1rfn,k
J"1 wl!h """I'l- " nl" men. single
'"0- woul(1 H"-lPcar quietly Inside the
"" - -
All un and down the streets the men
worn P,,lnK ,0 ,holr nuafters In the
same orderly way. Quite frankly. I
was disappointed. T expected other be
havior nnd looked In vain for It.
iotdler In Knnnliall Flttht.
The nearest disorderly conduct I saw-
was two soldiers snowballing each
other In the street. The worst thing
I could find to say about them was that
they were too utterly practical to be
altruistic nnd their nttitude was one
of detachment from uvcrythNte that
was not derman.
Hermans and riulgarlnns mix about
like oil nnd water.
We graciously deigned to allow two
fierman to be brought to tea with us
on the di'tlnct understanding that we
lid not npprovo of Herman method.
Miss Mitchell and I dusted her room
and arranged the tea table with much
the same feeling we would have had If
we were about to entertain wild ani
mals. We determined to sit outside
the cage and poke our fingers at them
Two well behaved Individuals clanked
up the stairs. I could see that their
uniforms had been newly cleaned and
pressed for the occasion. They made
their be.u bnvyi nnd we gave them tea
and started rigiu in ai mem wun an
tho wicked things we had ever heard
the derman had done. In quite ns (
good Knglish as ours they argued the r
Neither side convinced the other.
Finally one of them said In n plaintive
I voice : "Vou need not get nngry with
I me. I nm a Prussian and I have been
all through Helglum nnd I never did
my of these things. wt talk orito fly low nnd you could see plainly
something else beside the war.
are all so tired of It.
When they left Miss Mitchell
We will have to be carcrtii or we
...mi ,ocin to like these persons,
niilunrlnns nUllkr tiermans.
If found the liermans Pleasant, the
llulgarians o n noi. i ney were .,u..o
In their dislike of them, and not only
believed but spread evtry disagreeable
story they could. In tho nownpapers all
the little allies are supposed to love one
another, but I think, like neutral, they
come In for n lot of criticism-.
'"Oh, yes." the Bulgarians would say,
"those derman are bad people. They
did dreadful thlncs In Helglum. Monastlr
Is lucky that wo got It first and not the
Thn new marching song of the Bul
garians that was whistled nnd sung by
very one was, "Our Mites are robbers."
Thev- considered It n great Joke on the
(iermans and explained that It had been
written during tho lat llulgarlan war,
't,.e'r ' d, but they found it camo
. ' . . for ,,,, no ,.0ur all09 nro rob.
bers." they could say. and wink,
, rP1cmbcr the funeral of a
ing Bulgarian division commandant that
nnywhero elso would have been pathetic.
At thn front It was only amusing.
Another correspondent nnd I, nfter a
vain quest for news, were walking home
by Krai Peter when wo mot n proces
sion. (Icndnimes were Importantly shoo
ing tho crowd to the side of tho street, A
passing mongTel dog, frightened, chnrged
blindly away from ono of them and Into
tho leading soldier carrying n great
cros. Almost upset, he giggled and hast
ily composed his fncc.
Behind tho chanting ireeK priests in
I their robes camo the body on a gun car-
riage, mo ionium in, mum un nrou run
1 shaved to the pink skin miner tils spiked
helmet, his eye emitting commanding
sparks, Nu one on earth could possibly
havo felt ns cross as lie looked, lien.
Boyagleff toddled along beside him like
a comfortable old farmer, in a long,
shapeless, brown coat, surrounded hy the
They nil hurried past. Some o the
Br,'i!lcrs outpafcd woull givfc a hop mid
Hi,, iUmn to keep up. Helmut was thu
irlu officer's led horse, stirrups reversed,
nl, flnnllv Oen, Hoyngleff's automobile,
,,,( IlBkP(l tho rorresnondent that
nv'hi. ,11,1 A,nrien i.i. i...
ono eye shut when we passed her? Could
it be possible that sho was laughing at
n v.c iv,,r' ,i,.e w in. nt.i ...1.
outs, men dressed In fur coats with
of'hmdbeLed ftVt 1 1 riuiK I peons of Th-
1,. o! 2' l f.T,m ' r ' ,,.oorKlreek and Turkish revolutlon-Mr.
v w . n K . 1 nr' I?.' I Trynn had bee,, shot eight times by tho
ai iiignt tne llulgarians gave a Hall, All Bultriirlan eoniltiiies realized
Monastlr took It seriously ns a great
social event and the girls got nut their
'Die poor people's condition had not
changed, You did not see so many on
the streets. (They had given up hoping J
nnd gone Into Inn houses to die. There
was little Hour, mid that at prices too
hlith for any one but Iho well to do,
atul fUK.u was not to be had nt any
price. Women were picking up the
Brain that fell from tho army unisons
between the cracks In the cobbles.
Hefore I left people wero buying
cognac for the sake of the lump of nupar
that was served with It. In front of tho
American missionaries who had Inherited
the Kiiiillh Consul's bread lino were
huddled against the gate for warmth tho
patient, swathed Albanian womtn fitting I
on tlie ground, perfectly qnlit
faces growing whiter day by day.
In the out of the way streets piMsants
would ask for flour. They never ven
tured to ask us when tho soldiers wero
near, but wo had nothing to give. Hour
was expected, but the llrst 1 saw, a few
small wagons, arrived only as we left In
Wo were told the nnny Itself needed ,
luiMi. ttini tint' uii very unc nns uini-im
t" Btay at Iioiup. Sentries were posted In
the streets, who allowed no ono to pass,
while a guard went through every bouse
searching for nnd confiscating flour.
They came to where 1 lived und poked
Into every corner. The officer In charRe,
standing on a chair, even unhooked the
bird cage nnd peered into the cupboard
Tho worst of a situation like that Is
that thcie seems to be no remedy for It.
All of Serbia nnd
Macedonia is swept l'ulll"h lllm' Instead of a wedding dresj htllle(i (lmt Remrili demands would be '
i hnd eaten It. Some'11"' 1'rlll tt"rt" widow's wteiK 'made by the tehgraphers In June and
he villages had hid-1 At sunrise Joseph I'lunkctt with i tMilt ,)., ,MIM Brenl expectation that
as clean as If locusts
of the peasants In the
len a little grain In pits, board lined '
and covered w th more boards and earth,
Jlut money tempts, nnd they are not a
farslghted people. They ltave probably
sold H by now to the Hermans, who were
paying for everything they could get.
Certainly we know by experience that
the Jlulgnrlans will feed their army first,
nnd tho Allies will not allow relief sup
plies to go through their lines that may
be confiscated for that purpose. No
guarantee can hold n gainst tho necessity
With the difficulty of transport as
great as it is ncross the mountains there
will alwayn be a food shortaKe. We
deluged Serbia last summer with such n
quantity of gifts, mnny of which she did
not need, that we almost pauperized tho
country. Agricultural Implements, for In
stance, which the peasants could not put
together or know how to use. Ho rusting
In great heap in tho north.
All sort of supplies were dipped Into
by" Intermediary bands or lost In trans-1
port and never reached their right des
tination. Later the llulgarians contls-;
cated them. ,1A
Tbr Poor forgotten.
IVirlng the last weeks of Jnnnary
there were several festivities In Monastlr.
Kvry one seemed to have forgotten tho
poor. They were pushed out of sight,
The great day of the blelng of the
The head of the rtulgarlnn church,
standing In the snow on the banks of the
j Dragor with the civil and military dlgnl-
wiries, uirew ins cross iiko us icj w.ncrs.
Half grown men nnd boys full of nlcohot
It Is customary to drink nil the night
before Jumped in to rescue It.
The llulgarlan Red Cross gave con
certs for the wounded. Officers walking
In the streets practised the songs they
were to sing. In the square the Herman
regiment Industrially drilled obey
never seemed to let up on them) with
the goose step.
llulgarians. clumsy In their lavers of
thick woollen clothes, swung by to the
tune of "Our Allies Are Itobbers." They
never seemed to drill, but to see them
try to inarch like the ilermnns was
amusing. Clump, clump, clump they
would jro, everything stiff nnd military
ev ept the hands of each soldier waved
m time wmi nis step,
We had had one visit from a French
aeroplane. The gun tired nt It, fling
ing puff pf smoke like balls of cotton
on the blue of the eky. It had tklmmed
back, untouched, over the mountain.
Hehlnd the Turkish quarter were the
sheds of thn T.iubes, They had order
WoH(l t.y ,tctlt p , nations
the black inallese ciosses on their plums,
"n uie mormi.g oi tne nun ot Jan-i"
tiary I heard a whirr and Jumped to the
window. looked out nod up, mid opened
my mouth, Twenty minutes later I
shut it. Thev tell me T siiu Tiet(inl:mrt
many I don't kno.v. 1 did not count Swinish il.'t f land an armv at C.irl
them. They were so high, so beautiful. .Imtford Hay. S ntence of death w as
so Impersonal, sailing without effort ns
ono sees gulls sail without flapping in
.i suviMier-. ti,- i .iM .
them In my mind with either death
Below. In the nllev. n girl ran to' nnd brotiglit Hisarare on uie i,m.iisii
a soldier with ti startled squeal, nnil'1"' When the sentence wiih ,roniiinced
they clung, looking tin. their mouths,
ns open as mine. Soldiers, Herman and
Bulgarian, were crowding Into the'
houses or flattening themselvm against
tho walls under tho overhanging roofs.
Besides thn Bulgarian guns there was
a sort of whistling scream. Tlie crash
of the houses i,s they were struck, and
Hfterw.ird. onltn .1 ,il.ti,.t i.,i.rvi r.
noise that might have been thn bombs
exploding. The sky wns full of little
puff and trails of nmoke, and from up
and over the side of the outer neroplanes
r " " ' ."'iaiidhWname has been submitted for'
l,: mv 1,,, 1 ,1,1,
large, for the funerals went through tho!
streets for two days, the bodies in open
m-arscs, nome or mom swathed in ban
dages, unrecognizable, following tho
chanting Greek priests.
Qneer Prank nf llnmbs.
The bombs had plajcd ciueer pranks.
They had gone through the roofs, kill
ing civilians at their prnjers, at their
food, and In a yard ciowded with sol
diers they had fallen and failed to ex
plode. A vender of sausages, frying
his wares In nn open booth by tho side
of the Dragor, had been blown Into
bits, Tho starving beggars rushed In
and ate the sausages.
Wo walked around with our eyes
turned nway horn dark spots on
the cobbles. Then the rnln camo and
washed everything away,
The day nfter tho raid the Orcek and
Rumanian Consuls, the French ulster',
Dr. Forbes, Mis Mitchell nnd I wero
ordered to leave. Which ono of us thev
thought responsible for the romlng of
the aeroplanes I do not know, but wo
wero given only twenty-four1 hours.
We bad been wnlllnr three hopeless
month longing to go, nnd tho Bul
garians now necmed to think they wero
turning us from the gates of paradise,
1 Hut ive could not leave at once. Dr.
1 Frben came down with diphtheria,
from one of the cllnlo patients,
.and 11 wns impnssinie for mm to travel,
The Austrian consul, after n grent deal
I "f nrguinont, prevailed on tho Bulgarian
""""""""- ' ""
I I'ti rm tnn nun 1 li" n 1 III 1 11 11 I I J llll
drawing room. Ho gave himself the
antitoxin, nnd the Anstrlnnn sent ono of
their doctors to f.cc him.
The Tryans, who In Turkish times bad
hers of the (Ireek quarter what they
mignt navo to surrer. They nail sent nil
their children but one out of the country
to America, and Rumania.
(Copyright, 111, by tht OMoagu TrU
TO DIE A MARTYR
I. ....!. n - ri., t!i,
Joseph CnillO Of LlllP Of IriSll
Patriots: tho First Whs
Kvcriitcri in Kill I.
ALL DEVOUT CATHOLICS
n vi.ntknt an: fitpath ik.
When Thomas Moore, the Irish poet,
wroto the last exqulslto couplet of the
wng 'Karewcll, nnd When You Wei-
come the Hour," he portrajed In that
couplet the spirit of Irish patriotism and .
unyielding courage which is handed
down from generation in generation lir
tl.e land where the sha inrock grows :
Vou iinv bresk. you imy shutter the t.iej
Hut thVeVelit eV'liie rne will cling rmuid I
The other night In n prison cell In a;
Jail In riublln n handsome Irishman In
i.t K thirties ntnnri .-i
him a. her husb.
Tho marriage ceremony performed,
draco dlfford. the wife of Joseph
I'lunkctt of Longford, Ireland, ami
leader In the icceiit Irl. h rebellion, sat
with hlni tliiough the night until tho day
iawtieil at the sunrise of which ho was
to fall before the tiring squad commls-
Slotted by tile Ilrltssl Government to
""rp r""tniilons " taken Into the I
courtyard of the prison nnd executed
wiieii ne len, uie eigntn mennier or 'nis, ,rotlcv ,,,10ugli organized to convince
family had become n vktliii cf thel,h. uv..n' I'nlim iv.tmi.mv that It
Hritlsh llovernment executed,
them, on the charge of treason,
Tirol hers' Sentence Commuted.
When theshnt that brought Pltinketfs
death were llrcd, two of his brothers,
(ieorge nnd John Iiunkett, were In
prison jwaltlng trial. They took part
In the recent uprising nnd they too were
sentenced to death on charges of treason,
but this sentence was later commuted to
ten years Imprisonment. A few days
later, while tho eartti was looe upon
tlu grnvo of thir son. the parents ofl
till JYIsh hero. Count Plunkett (C.eorget
Noble Plunkett) and his Wife were ar-
rested on the charge of treason a whole
family charged with tie.ison
Hie d ceils of the Plunkett cover many
,'1R.,'S of lrl!-h "letor.v No dun n .is the,
.iiiu m.-i ,'Miu r.i. ,u io.lL 0! tinioti were Keeping a sn.irp iouk-
cell on Wednesday night of last a eel. ' ut lest the Cloak Manufacturers Asso
they talked of thl history a history j ,.utlon might take ndvantage of the
which In one sense has no parallel In manv non-union shops in Cleveland to
the nnnals of any other nation In the ,av,.' t.r Kood made up there,
world. Joseph Plunkett had received a I ?a,j t,;lt In case of any extensive
heritage of which he wa proud a herit- I ..ffnrt on the part of the manufacturers
age of devotion to the Irish ciue. I t Kl their good made up In Clove
I'lunkctt loved Ireland find Plunkett Mi, the International union was pre
hated Knglaiid. That love nnd that i oared to give the manufacturers a gen-
hatred had come to him through the
The story of Joseph Plunkett and
the woman who married him In his ath
cell will take its place side by side with
the love romance of llobert Cmmet, who
sealed 111 verdict when he wa unable
to persuade lumielf to flee from the
neighborhood where dwelt sweet arah
On .May 4. 1P1S, Joseph Plunkett be
came the eighth member of his family
to stirrer execution ny i.ngiami on Hie i
......,,.., On 11 1C.k1
Archbishop Oliver Plunkett became the
llrnt member of the family to surfer such
Archbishop Plunkett had been driven
from hi tplscopal home; had taken
shelter In the humblest tliatchcd cot
tage In Ireland ; had slept In the wood
and In eaves, while the redcoats for
months sought him In every nook and
corner of the land, placing a price upon
his head and threatening vleath to any
one who gave him succor. Writ" for his
were fiequent. At last he was
captured nnd cast Into prison In IHlblln
Castle, December . lfi.!'.
Perjured Informers Illumed.
Tim Irish historian say that perjured
Informer. were gathered and paid to
swear his life nvvav. The bistort, ins nc-
use un coko-h "i ihoioik , ...-......
'on account of In faith Arclib.ehop
' Plunkett wa nccuseu oi every con-.
celvable form of tieasnn. lie was
charged with chattering it Fienib or
pronounced upon lilm ny t mer .iusi.ee
Lord Brougham In hi memoirs lc-
ielnrcd that at this trhl Chief Justice
i-emoerion iieu.i.i.'i un. J""' ''
i"" .xrcnoiMioii i..hih. .'..
Pco gratlas I
lie vvas loiioweo 10 .ne v.;,o,,, ni
i Tyl.tirn prison nj n inu uun." . . p
crvinc'nnd pouring blelngs on hi head
From the scaffold lie spoke of h's love
for his people. Then he died with a
' on',l.Hl .,,,, ,, ,n
The Catholc liurvh has paid th"
I V"'m.or' ,of. Uu Ml'1.1 ulTJl.L ""m.T"?-
IBs bead Is now enslii Ined In tile caie
tof the Dominican Nun lit their S.etia
Convent at Drogheila. Ireland. Me lias
I been declared vrnei.ibl- by that church
.I'liiirii.', HI execution created nlnmst
as great a sensation n that or HI
nephew. These two men became at once
great heroe of Krin. They wero the
forerunner of six other martyr from
the same family. There lias not been
an uprising of any Importance In Ireland
In the last few hundred years that I
to say a patriotic uprising In which a
Plunkett has not participated. There
were five of them accused nf having
taken pirt In this last uprising.
The liuniictis nave lost 1101 omy ineir
lives In the cause of Irish freedom, but
mnny of them have had their Pipert
cnnnscateii necaun 01 uinr iii uinu
ngauist tlie iiritisn lioveriuoem
Plunkett family Is known to-day through
the length nnd breadth or ireianu.
Joseph Plunkett was one of the sign
ers of the declaration of tho provisional
government of Ireland a document
which, by meant of lis literary benuty
nnd Intense patriotism, lias won tho
admiration even of those who had no
sympathy for thoo who rebelled.
ni, ill,,., i.Ait. ..(institute 011,1 of the
greatest Catholic fniullles In tho world.
Count Plunkett. the father of Joseph,
received the tltlo of Count from Popo I
I,c-i. XIII. for fcls nctSvltle In !-'i!f of )
tho U.ithnlle tellglon, A cousin of1
Joseph Plunkett wns made u knight by
thn name Pope. He Is Sir Josiidi Hlg
sins Shenroji, -who now lives In Rome.
There are two cousins ot the Irish hero
living In this country, Joseph H, Plun
kett nnd Mr.. Bernard I. Ilronilhent
of Balllnioie, Sister Mary Joseph, ojio
of tho best known members nf the Order
of Sisters of Charity in this country,
Is a cousin, Ho hail two cousins, mem
bers of the Visitation Order, ami two
aunts, members of the Order of Sisters
of Chnrlty. Tim Into Rev, Joseph Plun
kett of Portsmouth, Vn was un uncle.
Joseph Plunked, a ninn of wenlth and
culture, a man who had everything to
keep lilm In a life of luxurious ease, re
meinbered the deeds of hi family mid
emulated them. Then) urn sonio who
call such a man a traitor, There nre
those who think vViat the recent rebellion
was foolish and 111 advised,
WIm, ta all sincerity, ean think ef
hlni ns other than a brave, courageous
man, tliiough whose veins ran tho blood
of men who feared not death, who were
patriotic to the lart ditch, and who
hid not their deeds through fear of what
Across the ocean In n land where
the tear Is nlnays followed by the smite,
where hopo eer strives, Is n young
, irisn woman wearing n ring oi rohi,
him Irish flag bears a harp of gold.
That lmrji tells that the Irish love tho
finer thlnRfl of life that they love the
niulc that Rrlps the heart. That harp
Is of gold, to denote that the Irish heart
has no place for the alloy of self-seek-lug,
that It must glisten with the higher
and better thlnes of life.
Tho woman who wears that ring bears
Iho nnmo of a man whoso family Ire
land loves. It tells the widow, who
was n wife of a few bourn, that the
pledge of love which her husband gave
her In life still abides In death. Her
heartstrltiR nro tuned to the harp
strings of Irish hope,
It Is a hone that will never be con-
toinrt.l tl,i,cl, I, tn!if V... rnal.
)ZC1, . 10U(.M .. ,.... nrv,r bo rfBi.
Ized, It will always remain, and as
ig u remains n.cre win oe inose
nrp, '" J"" ,l1ow" thir ',vf "
for what tin; Irish lovn to dream nbout
Ireland a free land. .Moore was rUhti
Vnu ""' ""k.srou my shttr tho ase
nt )nur will,
lltit the semt of His tof will rlltiR round
TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE NEAR.
!''. ' " "
Trend Press Workers in Stay.
The dlschatge of twenty-two teleg
raphers by the Western Union Company
in Chicago Is looked upon by the tjleg-1 huma, New York, Texas, fourth squad
rnphers as Indicating a possibility of a Iron, seventh division, Florida, Utah,
ii.itlon.il strike nhe. ul of time.
President S. .1. Konenkamp In nn of-
fl(,a, I10tt.(, tn ttl0 members of the Com-1
,,lll T1r.1iih..ru I'nbm of Am..rte.i
t,.i,.(.ra,,.',!, would be able to get
.i,..lr .i,.,,,.,,,,!, without n strike bv being'
would bo useless to give battle to the
national union. The telegraphers were
nevertheless warned to bo prepared for
uny emergency which might nrlse.
President Konenkamp denies the re
ports circulated that It Is the Intention
of the press telegraphers to Join In the
pro!el national strike movement. The
movement for higher wages, according
to Konenkamp, I confined entirely to
tho commercial telegraphers.
CLOAK STRIKE MAY SPREAD.
t rHitrrn Kl.rp :r Cleveland,
nn Open Shop I'll).
lienjamln Schleslnger, president of the
International Ladle C.arment workers
rmn. ald yesterday that the agents
eral fight In that city. Cleveland I now
ono of the few garment centres In which
the cloakmakers are not generally or
ganized. CHARITY FETE A BIG SUCCESS.
l.nrue Mini liaised In Wnalilnicton
fur llrltlsli Wounded Soldier..
WASltlNdTON, May 1.1 The garden
fet- for llrltlsli wounded soldiers which
is arranged by Mr. W.lliam C. I-ustls.
Mr. J Harden Harriman nnd other
w oiikii well known In Washington
.'iosed with substantial proof of Its suc-
. in tlie total of funds available to
distribute among military hospitals in
Kvery afternoon during the week the
old garden of the Octagon House was
thronged with people, many of whom
came from the horse show for tea nnd
refreshments or to dance In the pavilion.
The b.oths representing the colonic.
'Canada. Australia. South Africa, Malta,
India, Bermudi, New Zealand and tho
West Indies, were well patronized.
In tlie evening the tableaux and vnude
vllte were unusually i .Toctlve. The
pageat t of the nlllfs was prohablv one
' of the most beautiful evor seen In wash
; Ingtoti, nnd Paul Birtleti, sculptor, who
I iosed the tlgures, achieved it great sue-
PAY ON U. P. RAISED $500,000.
lleoiilt of Inir.lliiiltliin by W.
j Awirlll llnrrlmnn,
I Omaha, May 13. A raise in pay
! amounting to alout a linlf million lol
( Uri was ,0ay Krnnted to Union Pacific
shop workers. The increase wns granted
i .lf((.p W- Aw,rni Unrrimnn, son of the
np ,; n Harriman. had made a per-
M,n,ii investigation f the matter. Ail
shopmen of the system will benefit I y
the Increase, which tnkes effe.t from
The Incrense amounts Individually to
about r, per cent Two thousand men
In Canada are affected, S00 nt Cheyenne
and hundred at Kansas City, Denver
I'gden, l.nnimle mid orher shop points.
All shop nro working nine hours n day
with full shifts.
NEW FORCE TO SANTO DOMINGO.
More .Men May Be .Needed, la He
port lo WnshlllKlon.
W.vsillNilToV, May 13 All ad I
tloii.il force of American murines, may
lie needed In Santo D01.1ir.go, where
there are now fears of serious disturb
ance. Bear Admiral Caperton re
ported to tho Navy Department to day
that the Dolphin, his flngshlp. had nr
rlved nt Santo Domingo City, hut thnt as
th weather was very rough ho hnd so
far been unable to get ashore. A re
imrt from Bear Admiral Caperton on
condition there Is expected,
Them are now ar,0 u, S. marines
,&.,, )ml,lc'. Two hundred of tho.o
; h(,, frln 1Ia) nm, ,50 frt ,
MISSING TREASURER SOUGHT.
Cliiirles W. Benton nf White Plains
lionr Mnce Wednesday.
Wiiitk Plains, N, Y May 1.1 Search
Is being made fur Charles W Benton of
0 Fisher avenue, who has been mlsslnc
. since Wednesday, The last seen or heard
f'0"' " 'hat day when he met a
friend nt 'Inrrytovvn, and nfter a talk
with hint said. "You will never see or
"-" trom 1,10 "Rain'"
Henton w-ns trensur-r of Hebron
Lodge, No. S29, 1. O. U. ! nnd was also
treasurer of the White Plains 1 -oil go of
the Loyal Order of Moose.
MOTION K MADISON
PICTURE so". SQUARE
EXPO' pSs GARDEN
Me Yourself in tne movie
rin il rrn made durlni the week. Includ
ing Hie I'reparednea pictures marie tea.
Irrrisy, allow n to-day,
INTERNATIONAL FILM SERVICE DAY.
.McMaiiii. Powers. McKay and Herrlman,
carliMinUti, will appear.
Four Knlaofleit of the MvatnriM nt Mvp.
will Im shown, New Talent and Popularity
.niiM-Mn win m ucvioeu. rfiinsasi James
Montgomery .riacg, cnaries uaaa uiDaon
and Jean Bothera.
AIRSHIPS TO SCOUT
FOR ATLANTIC FLEET
Di.vl.sion of Cruisers Will Be
Kitted With Four Aero
plnnps on Each Craft.
Wabiiinoton, May 13. The Nnvy !
pnrtmcnt announced to-day thnt a dll
s!on of cruisers of tho Tennessee class
...III B1. v.n ...t.1.l f.i I,a AttiiMtln f1t
to be lilted with aircraft nnd net ns '
scouts for tho battleships.
K.ieli nr li rrn sees w 11 earrv nt least
four aircraft nnd each ship will he fitted
with a special catapult dcvlco for launch
ing aircraft nt sea.
In the reorganization plans which be
come effective on May lf the fleet will
Ik divided Into four squadron of battle
hhlps mid eight divisions. The numbers
of each division will Indicate when tho
ship compilslng tual division became
part of tho naval forces, the older ships
comprising tho first division nnd the
newest drendiioughtH making up the last.
The battleship fleet ns reorganized I
an follows. Fn-st squadron, first divi
sion, Alabama, Illinois, Wisconsin, Kear
Hiirge ; second division, Maine, Missouri,
Ohio, Kentucky; second squadron, third
division. New Jersey, Virginia, Ithode
Island. Nebraska i fourth division, Con
necticut, Louisiana, Kansas, New Hamp
shire: third squadron, fifth division,
Minnesota, Vermont, Michigan, South
Carolina: sixth division, Delawnre, Okla-
.Arkansas, North Dakota: eighth dlvl-
slon. Nevndn, Arizona. Pennsylvania,
The Wyoming will remain fleet flagship.
The cruiser Tennessee, now nt lliitnn.
tin Itoads, wilt shortly leave for New
Vork, where the olllcers and crew will be
given shore leave. The Tennessee's re
tent duties have mado it Impossible fur
the men to hive much time ashore.
GEN. CLEM IS ELECTED.
Chosen Cnmninniler of Spanish War
Veterans Other Officers.
Washington'. May 13. Oen. John M.
Clem. U. S. A., District of Columbia
Commander', was elected this nfternonn
commander In chief of the Military and
Naval Order of the Spanish-American
War In annual convention at the Army
and Nnvy Club.
Other otllcer elected wero : Senior
vice-commander In chief, Major Schulze,
U S. V., Connecticut Commandery :
Junior vice-commander In chief, Lieut.
i:. R Hartwlck, C. S. A . Michigan Com
mamleiy, registrar In chief, Opt, John
T. Hilton, V S. V.. New York Com
mand, ry , deputy registrar In chief. Opt.
W Tyson Itomnlne, t S. V. New York 1
Comnianderv : treasurer in chief. Caul
II. C l"roi'Ud, U. S, A., New York C0111-1
maiuicry . Historian In tiller, i.ieut. .11
Dwlght Fullerton. C. S. N, Massachu
Chaplain In chief, the Ib'V Albert J.
Bader, U, S. A., New York Commaiiderv
and counsel In chief, Col. deorge R.
Vane. Jr., U. S. V, Pennsylvania Com
mandery: Capt. 1 ieorge It Barkei, l
S. V Ithode lland Commandery. Major
.tanie" Wood, U S. M. C. Massachusetts
t'onimander;' : ("apt. .1. M. Thompson. V,
S. V., New York Commandery; Lieut. J.
If. Mlttenbois, U S. N., District of Co
HALT TO AERIAL MAIL ROUTES.
Only One llld llecelved for 1ft
Lines In llnj stMle nnd Ataskn.
W vsiiinuthn. May 13. The Pnt Otllce
Department to-day faced abandonment
of It plan for thirteen aerial mail route
In Massaihiisrll ami Alaska. Karl L.
Dyers of Idlterod, Alaska, submitted .1
bid of $t!,S00 for rarrylitg mall twl.-e
a week for a year between Seward and
Idlterod. It was the only bid received,
The Department, although several had
been expected to. day, gave up hope .if
receiving other bid nt present. It 1
understood that postal olllclal will wait
severJ month. before again asking bid.
BANK FEAST AFTER PARADE.
.Nntlnnnl il' TOO lintlier nt Hotel
Seven buiwlrcil employees of the Na
tional City Bank who tooj; part In the
preparedness parade dined last night at
the Hotel McAlpln. The dinner wa ar
ranged by the City Bank Club, the or
ganization of the hank clerks, and pie
paredness wa Ibe chief topic of con
versation, Three of the hotel rooms
the ballroom, the green room and the
blue room were needed to accommodate
Among the speaker were Charles
Ayles, chief clerk; Hairy D. Hall, head
check clerk, and Percy Turner of tho
city collection department.
BRKJHTON BEACH, NEW YORK
One of the most Famous Popular Resorts of the country
under entirely new management.
Opens Saturday, May 27th
All thn attractions of th soa shorn, combined with tho
most up-to-date service of a first-class Kesort lloti-1.
4 Fine Dancing Floors. 2 Tcrpsirhorean Orchestras.
Open Air Concerts every Afternoon and Evening by our
Marine Band of 40 pieces.
CUISINE UNSUIU'ASSKD NKW KI.KCTRIC GRM.l.
POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL
Talilo d'Hote Dinner in Palm Room, $1. Shore Dinner, 51.50.
Double Sirloin, Whole Chicken, Whole Hluefish or Whole Lobster
served to 'J, $1.00. All Domestic Heers on draught, 5 cents.
MKA1.S, per person, $10.50 weekly. ROOM, for two, $35 monthly.
JOHN F. REYNOLDS, Prop. W. II. ORMDS, Gen. Munancr.
ART Mi.KS AND EXHIBITIONS.
Remarkable Chinese Rugs
and Rare Persian Rugs
Being the Collection of
Mr. J. Leon Phillips
(The Eminent Hug Kiprrll
Exhibited in San Francisco during the Exposition.
With many fiamplt mm other emieignors aggreaating a grand total
of over one thousand piceen in all sizes ami uwici iirnf ordered sold at onee
AUCTION SESSIONS commence TO-MORROW (Monday),
continuing the five'following afternoons, at 3 o'clock.
JERSEY BANKERS TO 00 DRY.
So More ChampiiKne at Annnnl
Dinner of Association.
Atlantic I'itt, May 13. The thlr
leenlh day of tho month proved an un
lucky one for tho membera of the New
Jersey .State Hankers Association, which
Ih holding Its annual session here. Tbey
wero Installing their thirteenth president
ut the thirteenth convention, which mndo
The trouble to-day cuno on account
of the association's thirteenth banquet
Friday night. It has been the custom
on these occasion to mix a plentiful flow
of wine with the dissertations on finance.
Therefore every ono wns surprised
when Joseph .1. White, president of
the KnrmcM i Trust . Company of Mount
'Ioll Introduced the following rcsolu-
"Wherens at tho annual banquet of
the New Jersey State Hankets Associa
tion the serving of nlcoholli liquors has
caused considerable Intoxication nt tho
tables to the discredit of the organiza
tion ; therefore be It
"Ifrsnirrrf. that this association will
not be responsible for the use of Intoxi
cating liquor nt Its next nnnual banquet."
After the hubbub had subsided tho
r solution was referred to the execu
tive committee nnd the "nyes" drowned
out the scattered "nays."
The convention went on record as
favoring the Improvement of all roads
In New Jersey, a better national pre
parednes nnd the elimination of hy
Officers were elected as follows: Pres
ident. John .1. Kverltt of Orange; vice
president, William Chambers of Vine
land, nnd treasurer, Klwood S. Uartlctt
of Atlantic City.
HELD IN PARTNERSHIP FRAUD.
Tno .Men hnrxed With srlllnir
Ifnchlnr Simp Interest.
William II. Clifford nnd John A. Lau-
den were held by fulled States Comml"-
. s.nner Houghton
ughton .vesterday In Ju.O'Mi luu ;
I each for fraudulently using the malls
In connection with the sale or partner
ships In n marhlne shop run by tho
defendants in Kast 169th street. They
were nrrestcd on Information obtnlned
bv Pot OHIce Inspectors Howard II.
Mayhew nnd William O. Swain,
According to Edward M. Stanton, the
Assistant United Plates Attorney In
charge of the case, the victims sometimes
paid as high as Sl.OOu for a partner
ship after they had been shown a cet
of book which made it appear that
tho machine shop was clearing 370U a
week. Clifford, It Is nllegcd, gave the
Impression thnt he nnd Lruiilon were
dissolving their partnership because they
could not agree. After the new partner 1
paid his money down, it I alleged, the arrv ., willlam Huff, snn of Its-,
profl i s from the business took a per- ne ,(;lff thp murdered poultry deik
ceptU.le slump and usually by tlm fourth nrre,,,,.,,.,! themselves at the sher tf
"" iu-iug r.mier in""
making money Just when the new part-
,1111, i.aiiuen wouiu appear on ine
seem; again and offer to buy back the
partnersh p. which the victim was al-
The defendant were unable to fur
nish hall nnd were sent to the Tomb
until next Tuesday, when they will be
given a hearing.
rolltlcnl SclentlMa in Meet,
The Academy of Political Science, of
which Samuel McCune Llnsay of Co-1
lumbla University Is president, will hold
Its semi-annual meeting nt Columbia '
University 011 Thuisday nflernoon nnd 1
evening. "Compulsoty Military Train
ing" will be the topic discussed at the
Dr. Albert Shaw
will preside. "TI... Obligation of Clti- ,
zt'H to the Common Defence" w.ll be1
the tunic Jiseiissed 'it the ..veiilni? eu.'
1,11 lujnc jiscnssui .11 tne evening e.- t
slot.. Amor. the speakers w.l be Henry ,
S. Breckinridge, Senator Borah. Matbevv
Woll, Hrlg.-den. Stotesbury, Major-den.
Leonard Woid and President Melklejohn
of Amherst College.
Kt linoloalst Incorporn ted.
Thn American Kthnologlcal Society, '
which has been unincorporated for miny
ears. became a membership corporation
yesterday with the approval of Supreme
Coutt Justice Delehallt Action fur t'le
Incorporation of the organization wa
taken nt n meeting at the Vinerlcnn 1
.M'icf.m of Natural History on February I
2. Among the member- are Jacob II
Sch'.ff, Prof. Franklin tilddtngs. Fred.
crick dallatiti, Archer M. Huntington,
Mrs Phn'be A. Hearst. John
Mnon. Kmerson Mc.Mlllin. Mr. KNle
Clews Parsons. Felix Warburg and
Charles A. Peabody.
ilr. Mnllnek to .fudge I'eken.
TI,.. InHce for tlie next sliniv of ,i,a
., . ...... ..... : .
l.ligusn i-eHiiiKVe v 11111, which laKosa
place In lliigland next month, will bo
Mrs. Raymond Mallo.-k Mrs, Mullock
I known Internationally ns .1 i.ucicsful
breeder nnd Judge of all toy dogs and
her hooks on toy dogs have been tho hi
hie of many toy fanciers on both sides
of Iho Atlantic.
AKT SAI.F.X AND KXIIiniTIIIN's.
IN SILO'S FIFTH AVENUE ART GALLERIES
Silo niiildiiif,'. 546 Fifth Av. and 1. 3 AV 5 West 4Sth St.
Jamei P. Silo & Son, Auctioneer!.
EXTRAORDINARY AND IMPORTANT
AUCTION SALE OF
WOMEN HAVE BEST COLLIES.
Mrs. I.nnt Holds Double l.ntirelt lnr
Women seem to rule the rnnt i u
collie fancy, especially In tie tti ttrrnf
winning prizes, Mesdamc I.nnt Itullo'-V
nnd McCurdy have the habit of pttn
about nil of tho prlntip.il prizes offer'
for Ihls breed Ht the large.; shows ar,
entries from their kennels occupy thi
limelight nt tho present time. "( j,
notable to mention that the only tlm
the Same breeder ever won the ni.n,r,
III both sexes for collie nt th" et.
minster wiih this year, when Mrs. c.
Lunt accomplished till fe.it tvlth j,',
Importations Parbold President and Pnf.
Mrs. McCurdy hns won a ht ef
prizes with the Plnewood iog. ,u u,
Mrs. Mullock with entries fn,m th"
linna Kennel.'. At the promt nm..
these women are the backbone nf n..
collie fancy nnd mi little endil tut
keeping this liaudsonie lined i.-,,,..- ,
duo to their efforts.
MANY CLUBS IN QUAKERTOWX,
Latest Is Mnln I, lnr Kennel I I
I'reil llnvens I'rexlilenl.
Kennel club liave been ir'-igi' s Mp
In and around Phll.iilclphi.i w t i-,.
rapidity of mushronmn ami sevei.il tri"
organizations are the tesult nf th" ,i .
tlvity in this line. The l.tbst tn '..
called to our nltentloii 1 Ibe M,..'i
Kennel Club, which met lit Ilaieii.r,
P.i., recently nnd elected the foiimipj
officers: l'red Haven of Iter.v.vn, ',i ,
president: Laurence Tobln. Plu'.-idiltili'i,
tiensuier, and Charles Cl.uke, Miil.i..
phla, secretary nnd show Mipeiintemlent
'llll club prnpoees to h"lil .hi e.r-
mntiih show some time In Jti-ie .lj.
Judges already selected for t . . mnr
are Magistrate Thomas W. M.ui'ai l.iri'l
for the Ilostou leirlers; J.iiiic. Mi'es
(Airedales; James H. Cooper, collies, Jo.
jeeph lliichatiau, Kngllsh bulldogs nnd
i.ei i . ni'u.x, lor on inu in nircil
Taj lor liny Kinder loo.
Kinder Lou, the gienl yi n'.ir Ait i.
which the Wollaton Keiii.ii-, pur ti n 1
from Fred Haven rccn'h in ber
resold to Paul F. Taylor if Unr ptr
Mass. She will be exhibited by her ni
owner at coming spring show
The Wollaloii Kennels have boei verv
nctlve of Into and many sale have bi
made by them. They also have trench
ened their kennel by th" piir-ii.i-e
several good ones. Including i'o rnh
Consort, a high quality one puri m.isM
from M. S. Haldvvin of New Vir
Consort will come out under the Wn.U.
ton colors nt coming spring showi.
Its. IT Brothers (ilve llnll.
' 0lcf( vest. rd.iv pursuant to an arrr.s
,,,, ,..,,iri, ,. ...,, r.i. rf ,r
signed by Supreme I'ourt Ju-'i.e 11,
1., ,, iii.niirui ,o, r.
I u' hi by UnUl!, 'n,l,en. a poultrv ,
, K,1H nnt .rvtd. Tuey wire
leased In I 5imi ball Statements 11 I..-., I
to have been made by the B.iff- i -. .
atlnw that Cohen had soineth tig 1 1 ill
with the death of their fat er re
spread In the record nt a re ' '.ear
ing before Stale Food Co nm. ..onr
ifof EI.sTaND KKSTAI'ltANTSj.
AllOTEL r 1 1
ii,,. iil.u'L ., ..r ll'tv.iv.
ti .i,i M 1 .;,.n.nni
" ' nVfcc i A Nn I ip
,. rxrt -"- 1 fMJ ur
" rr-v convenient fur permanent ami trnleat
i(.HfW ntio ijelre itunrlers tieliiw J.IU M
Excellent Restaurant and Caff.
MllliKlt n I'lH' I'S
tl" Mslrs lor I'rrmaiienl, t-o "''
ri'ItrilASK AMI KNCIIANf.K.
Antique Furniture Exchange,
I K. 40th St , near 5th Ave
The leading Antique shop.
Hy far the larse-t eiUrl n vrt
niurh the luni-it uric. all i;r..l.
II snld nn cnniniUslntl tia-l., rrc.i- IImi
of Hntiipilty hl.tury or value
" 1 til I lle.ntillarlera lnr tu renin.
Illll.l WAN l I'KMAI.K.
A A. A rir.t c'a.i stenocrip
tlt. exrsrlfti e In iron. a
htnery preferred, tn re. el.'l .
ufitM i.,iM,,i.'h mi t b ,i, . t
! uli'IIH M, Box 119 Sun
ItOVKltNB!'. fur two .-hiMrv as'l 1
riti'l M-ar". mu.t have exiri'i en
rrcneca. IIt.. I.KVl.Si:, s Ituic -
1'lttVVTB SKCIIKTXIIY wi
te rc-llabN steliesr ipher .i-.l t.
, neat e.xp-ri ..rli,.r. mu-I
t neaiin, gooa i-'itic tuun .n
1 Hblltty: must ham a'.-rt m1' I
cams who mbinlt full parib i
! "," " Vi,
tlioie thoroughly competer, n ...
French pn'ferri'l. gmid per 1 1
tlon with large tl rm Ail lri"" V H 1
HUNT, 1. O. Box M3. Nov V r'.
VVAS'TKn .Vn dltnrlal ! er-, ,,.. (
th fardilon drnartiueni t
' IliaKaztne. Appllca nti lull l" i II r "
- eillli'Mteo anil interf!-0 in n---IP'
nlnllitr iif,. nlLittOcal Inn. nr..
.nr. Mtid henr nun rtilenl f-T ii"
.V U II., Hlltterlck Bull' line .-p it nil
MaolouKHl SlreHi, Nr YoiK
"iVVNTEn A fashion rtr'p-- ""
.VVPllennta mnn b lltl ler I' !' f,'
arid Ki'-'nlv IntfteHtod tn I rr
graduate prferreil W'rlt 'rt-'.
iliinllflratliilix, pievlnut. rip.rl'' ' '
and tietir rnnvnpit for iM-ru".
I . Kutierlelc lliilldlnr:. j-pi.mi: a' 1 '
douual StrfeU. New Vnti.
VVANTHO h larca I fhecraph H
ntnnirclal Dralcner; cnn, , ,pn-' ir"
1 he rlelit man v II, t.n 1 1" "'
A, A. A. First cluti nrrniinlniit nni
llnnnrlnl mnn wanted n rreilll man
and comptroller; eperlenre In Iron,
tee) or machinery and liiiooleilce nl
International exchange nml linpnrtlnt
preferred. To rerelve alleiitlun i.it'
aire, experience nml Mil.ir.v t- jirited
SISCO, Ilox I TO Sun.
A. A. A Renttle ol'Ve tuv
receive attention M.te riP'-l- '
I ami wanes, cvpeccl 1 I'.' ' -
Ion 16f S--U1I.
I Wit, I l'.VV anv ho ,e.t i
menlhly f'ir p.irt ef iuie t
v.inlng Nil capita . Wtile
111 15. lek i:i. Omilil, Ne'
AC1KNTS WAN ITU
IUmHV'1 t-ell IIAMI 'MM''
lary of inotot'luu. llqu.i'i s
per pin on 1. Itniii i e. , .,
an hour (unfit fan nur,c
of tniltatori' ll.i.i-Tnnte n.u
no eouiil. Cheitilfla ti.itti-'.l n
tl'in. Helallt free TUll v i.
CO, l)e;i. 40, Ciiietnni'l
MAKR lOCj profit. (-'. it i
reinedle; a.imple anj ii.i"
rionewell Meillclne On . .I'.iM.u
MTI ATIONS 1IIVII l
iioi'.siivvnitKiiits r lor. .
tirle. eviierll'llOHtl, i;oo I e'
eurrhlv lneeitlKii,'il, uant
Coutliern help fnrnMii"! I '
tltrS-nilAl, liVI'll.VNllll I Vce
i9th, rtu'll, j0?2 . .it j,i n .
BITl'ATIONS A.N 1 1,11 vi VI K
thorounhly coin i.. i ,n i , .ini
aeveral yeara recent ini',liii v
DAVID CAHSON, lb oriiui i