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Fort Pierce news. (Fort Pierce, Fla.) 190?-1920, November 16, 1906, Image 2

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ii A good ninny man country visitors are arelLwippoint srei areR
i lLwippoint tUsnppointtd < l when they loam tho sober sobertruth kloberp
< p truth truthfbat that New York baa no clubs composetl com composeil comos
poseil os l 6xclU8lvply r lu9Ivly of mllllonnlrce It Itis ftis
is iurdcr i nrdcr etlll to uinke country folk folkbelieve t folkboIIOe l1 l1belt
f boIIOe believe belt ve that bundr bundwlu < fls l of mon Join tho therti thoto thoIf
rti If eo called cull swell clubs in large part from frommotives tromf frommotives
f motives of economy economyThere eClQomyThoro economyThere
There nro scarcely three clubs lu tho thocity thocity thecity
city that do not iurinde In mc a considerable considerablenumber con consldorablsnumber ldlJrllblQ ldlJrllblQJ
J number nu br of poor men la their member membership membership memberF ¬
A ship Th llJQ Average flv rago Income of tho whole wholemembership wholot wholememhcrship
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F r t clubs clul > s in the dry Ity Is I L < probably noaror noarorflOOOO 11lfrOrf
1 f > flOOOO 10000 n y year nr than 50000 n your and andalmost nnllt
t + almost cr every ry one ne of the clubs In Ineludes Inu In4i
4i 7 1 eludes clmesl5ome some scores of men with Incomes Incomeswell Incomeswell incomeswell
u well below 10000 and n good 00l1 many manywith munyi ninnywith
i with IUt Incomes hlOIl1 well ell below 5000 5000There OOO OOO1hero 000There
There Is a real r al detnomey dern < Krnr of New NewYork NewI ew ewr
I r York club llf Ute Youths In their early earlytwenties carlyi earlytwenties
i 1 twenties tW 1tlC8 and Just beginning the thelv ca careers n arears nI
I rears reers on v very ry moderate snlarios ire frequent irequont r rfJle1t ¬
quent truly palntinl elubhousea beak beakfnat b In1llktnKt oak oakfust
fust In rooms ro ms such AS few princes Inncctl aver averuse vcr vcruse er
p use and lounge before fireplaces that thatare tliatare tllQtare
are to be mutthwl only on in the moat moatsplendid moatsplcnlId mostsplomlld
splendid bulldlnga bull lu1 of Europe EuropeTho l uropI uropIThe
1 The poor poormans mans credit nt the club Is Isas Isas Isas
as good as the rich mans and both are areimpartially ureimpartially nreInpnrtlally
impartially posted when wb n they nc neglect neloetf neglecttopny loct loctto
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to topny pay their bills In good Benson There Thereore Thereare rherenro
ore a good many mnll Instances also In luwhich Inhleh inwhich
which hleh tho monthly bills of the poor poorman poorInnn poorman
man arc higher than thnnth050 those of his rich richfellow Ilchtellow richt
t fellow member mcwb < > r for the frequenters of ofclubs otclubs ofF
F c clubs are apt to be b the poorer rather ratherthan ratherthan ratherthan
than the richer rJ er members membersMany membersuuy membersMany
Many uuy a n man mm of small means regards regardsDts regnrdsIlls
1 Ills membership In a first rate club in inthe Intbo Inthe
the light of a profitable Investment InvestmentSuch ImostwentSuch Investment4r
4r Such n nmon man If a confirmed bachelor bachelorhas bachelorhas bachelorI bachelorhas
has probably lived for twenty twent years yearswithin yearswithin enrs enrswithin
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within half a block of tho club paying payinga pa lug luga
a fow hundreds a year for a small suwllbedroom 5Iwt1IJJellro smallbedroom
bedroom JJellro lJu and finding all his luxuries In Inthe Inthe inthe
the apartments of the clubhouse clubhouseWithout clubhousoWJth clubhouseNlthout
Without WJth ut being In tbo t e least mean ho homakes homakcs homakes
makes of tho club a money caving in institution Instltutlon institutlon ¬
° stitution for himself Its comfortable comfortablelounging comtortablelouuglng comfortablelounging
lounging rooms save him annually annuallyfrom annuallytrom annuallyfrom
from 300 to 1000 a year In rent ac according according aecording ¬
< cording to the location In which he has hashis hashis hashis
his modest lodgings After that ho hosaves hesayes hoEaves
saves a fair percentage on everything everythingbe
be eats and drinks at tbo club clubHis clubHis clubHis
His simple breakfast costs him blmper blmperbaps per perhaps perbaps ¬
baps 10 per cent less than It would cost costat costat costat
at any restaurant ho would be likely likelyto
to frequent and tho same Is true of his hisdlrfl hisdlr hisdir
dlrfl dir a If ho takes threefourths tbree fourths of ofhis orbis ofhis
his IDeals at the club ho naves annually annuallyshout annuully1hout annuallyshout
shout 100 In tips tipsIf tipsa
a 1 If be drinks wine at dinner he saves savesfrpin eavesf
1 frpin tram 30 to to25 25 per cent upon every bot hottic bottle bottl ¬
f tic tl If he permits himself the luxury luxuryof hlxur hlxurI luxuryr
t I of or a cab ho saves a l handsome per percentage perI ¬
I centage by b ordering orerln It through the club clubjmd clubtul clubrand
rand tul avoids all possibility of a row rowwith rowWith rowwith
with tho cabby over the amount of the tliofaro tilOfaro thetare
faro Many ftn n man writes all his let letters letters lettern ¬
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ters of n social character and some of ofa ora ofa
a business character at the club and andthus andthus andes
es thus saves su ves from 15 11 to 40 a year In luBtatloncry Intatlonery inatatlonery
Btatloncry BtatloncryHe tatloneryHe
He need buy no books nor need he hesubscribe holubscrlhe heeubserihe
subscribe to n library for there Is tho thoclub thoclub ther
r club library free for his use He n never neverneed novornecdbut neverneed
need necdbut buy a periodical or even a news newspaper nowspaper newspaper ¬
paper save when he travejs travels for all allthat allthnt ally
y that be rends are freely treel supplied by byth byclub I
th > club And the enjoyment of all allthose niliose allthese
those things Imposes upon him no con conjld conJd conAld
jld ralle t Ie expenditure for extravagant extravagantluxuries extravngantluxuricli extravagants
s luxuries He is sure especially in the thecollege tbecollc thecollege
college collc e clubs to find plenty of men menwith moltwith muenwith
+ with like modest Incomes and simple simpletastes simpletasteii simpletastes
tastes as himself blm elt and he may sit It for forhours torhours forr
hours with cronies over the cafe tabls tablawithout tablswithout t1 bl blwithout
r without spending Iipenc1lngmoncy money that he can cannot cnnnot cannot ¬
r not afford and without giving offense offonsto offeuseto
to the servants of tho house committee committeeMost commlttetUost committeeMost
Most club members pnibably do not notkeep notkeep notkeep
keep a debit and nndcroolt credit account witht with withtboclnb with1bo
t tboclnb 1bo club but the men of modest means menuaJihtl meansant j jlincl
ant moderate tri deruto habIts woi w 9 1ml d tuo t o ouut ox oxnralnntlon exnnnlnatlon
nralnntlon uut atlon of such un account a t matter matterof matterof I Iof
of great satisfaction Such a man manpaying mnnpaying meanpaying
paying 250 23Oasanentrancefeened73 23Oasanentrancefeened73u as an entrance fee and 75 75U 73U
U year iu dues Is likely to find himselfti himself himselfat
ti > r at n the e end of twenty years a long way wayahoad wayaIJ wayv
v ahead aIJ a of t the game g m The he club In twens twen twenty ¬
s r ty years has cost him rather less than thanC2000 thang2000
C2000 for o entrance entra cc fees dues and con conflrlbutionirto coniilbatIonifto conh
° flrlbutionirto h Ibutlonv to the Christmas box > and andh6 andhis andbus
h6 saving SavtnglSby by reason of the club have havebcen hnve1itic havetbcln
bcen 1itic n from 10000 to 10000Now 10000NowXork 10OOO Now ow owtorkSun
1 York torkSun torkSunI Sun
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A 81 SlItuLoye SlItuLoyeA SLter tf ra Love LoveJi LoveA
Ji A A Boston clergyman whose work workthlcos worklt
k i etakos lt thlcos ifoii him amtfngtho among tbe jJoor of that town towntells towntells1 townn
n tells tells1 a pretty story of sisterly love l vo ox osslisting ox1stiJigl oxlsting
t listing among the thQhunb1o hunblo and unfortu unfortunate unfortu1U1t ¬
m irate 1U1t One day a pale 1 > 31e nnd ragged girl girljoftabout girlLOh girlt
t joftabout LOh n out ton years was wasaoon seen soma jolng jolngalong olngatong oingalong
along the he street carrying on her back backher bl1ckJ back15eF
J her r crippled brother nearly as old as ashe DStie asshe
she he A A stranger stopped her by saying sayingthat s8y1nithat
that one sbe sheoverexerting Was overexerting herself uHo uHoJst Ho HoJsvtoo HoJ
+ J Js Jsvtoo Jst too o heavy heaTTfor for you to carry c rry ho said saidTb sRIILlbecl1Udof aalcLThe
Tb The lbecl1Udof child of the ghetto looked up at athim atbl athim
him bl reproachfully saying UHq Hq aint aintheavy aintheaYl
r heavy Ho Is my brother brotheri
a B1 slofra i irr 1rJa1117 p mr y la a JItalalI lfat Btk k IL 1Lr
r Born Dor walcotnod caressed cried fed fedY fedrgtypmused
jrew rgtypmused Y amused reared studied txamln
1 t ed o graduated Aduatetl In love loved engtf engaged ed
married JI1 c1 quarreled reconciled itfffef uti
id d dmrted taken ill died newti newtimrm Iaensrae01arM
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I ORIGIN OF OF NEWYUrtK NEW YUtU < NAMES NAMESNew
Iteplaod n 1bro TLrlaIeetruied rlo rloDestroyed
New No Dorp Heplnocd n Town TJ 1bro1ltlu1011
Destroyed br b Fire IIroThere I FireThere ro roThere
There ate some names of places In InGreater hiGreator laGreator
Greator Now York common enough on onthe onUte onthe
of ofwhich atwblch of ofwhich
the modern tongue but tin origin
which is not so generally 1 J > n New NewDorp NewUorp uw uwDorp
Dorp on Statou Island w v v < ae o unmcd unmcdby IJIIU1cdby uuuuedby
by tho Dutch to dlstlnguhii a h from fromOude flowOude troveOude
Oude Dorp Old Dorp tlio that hutch Inilclisettlement I hutchsotthument JUlchsotUolnent
settlement on tho Island which was wasthrice wasthrice IS ISthrice
thrice destroyed by the Indians I m Itw Ii Old OldDorp OldDorp uldDorp
Dorp stood to the northwest t of Fort FortWndsworth IoltWndlworth fortNndsworth
Wndsworth about where w Jro Arrolwr Arrolwrnow ArrolInrIIOW Arroharnow
now stands Two miles to thin wt of oftlio oftilO oflie
tlio lie ruins of Old Dorp the persUtont persltentDutch persUtontDutch pcr ltjtcnt ltjtcntDutch
Dutch built their New Dorp DorpTho DorpTime
Time northeast section of Staten Is Island IsInod Island ¬
land which until tho formation of ofGreater ofGreater ofOrator
Greater Now York was known us CUll Custleton CUlltloton Castletoa
tleton and Is dill generally g nerall so called calledtakes calledtnkes calledtakes
takes Its name from the tact that it itonce IlJncu itonce
once formed Governor Dongau8 man manor Ulf1nor manor ¬
or of Cnstloton Dongan Dong1tho Dongantl1ODongan Dongantl1ODonganbills thoDongan thoDonganhills DolIJan DolIJanbill
hills bill are named from hlmwnu bim urns of tho thofamily thotamlly thefamily
family of the Earl of Limerick Iud theseat the theseat tbescat
seat of tho earl In Ireland was Castle Castletown Cnstletown Castletown
town In tho County Count Klldnru I J1d nru Many llIn of ofDovernor otGoeruor ofhovcruor
Dovernor Dongans descendants still stilllive stilllive
live on Staten Island some of them occupying oc occupying oecupylng ¬
cupying and owning houses on the land landof Inl1 laudof < 1 1ot
of tho old manor At first Governor GovernorDongan GOOIuorDongan GovernorDongan
Dongan merely murcl had a hunting lodge on onStaten onStutcn onStaten
Staten Island and it t Is significant of ofthe otthe ofthe
the state of that portion of Now ow York Yorkcity lorlcltyut Yorkcity
city cltyut nt the end o or the seventeenth cen ecufury century century ¬
tury that at a meeting of tilt colonial colonialcouncil coloulnlcouncil colonialcouncil
council the governor was entered on onthe 011the onthe
the minutes as absent being bon engaged engagednt
at his hunting lodge on Staten Island Islandkilling Isluul1killing Isluudkilling
killing bears bearsBedlows benrsBc bearsBedlows
Bedlows Bc lows island on which the statue staturof stntUtot statueof
of Liberty stands was purchased ID lu17IG
1710 by an Englishman named 1H1I11C Uedlow Uedlowwho Bedlowho lledlowwho
who had amassed a largo fortune in the tin1East tlJlEust theEast
East India trade and was an acquaint acquaintnnco acquaintonce acquaintonce
once of the then governor tho notorl notorious notorlous notorlous ¬
ous Lord Corubury Bedlow received receivedfrom recehedtrom receivedfrom
from Corubury tho privilege of victual victualIng victuallug IctualIng
Ing the British fleets which frequented frequentedNow rrequeutedNew < l lNew
New York It was nmost n most profitable profitablemonopoly profitablemonopoly profitablemonopoly
monopoly having In It great possibili possiblllties possibilities possllJlIltteB ¬
ties of graft Cornbury Is supposed to tohave tohno tohave
have stood In with Bedlow BOOlo Whet WhetBedlow WhetBodlow 11hetBedlow
Bedlow died suddenly Cornbury Corn bury seized seizedall sclzedall seizedall
all his papers collected nil the out
standing debts due the contractor and midkept andkept andkept
kept everything of Bedlows he could couldlay coubllar couldlay
lay his hands on leaving Bedlows wid widow widow widow ¬
ow and children In poverty Bedlowsisland Bedlows Bedlowsisland BelliowsIsland
island was bought and used by the con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor while he victualed tho fleets ns nsa tiSa asa
a depot for his stores storesCorleurs storesCorlcars storesCorlears
Corleurs Hook takes Its name from fromJacob fromacob fromJacob
Jacob Corlear tho city trumpeter In Intho Intho Inthe
tho old Dutch days Governor Beck Beckman Beckman Beekman
man bought I It from him The governor governoralso goeruora180 governoralso
also bought a country estate the site Biteof siteot siteof
of which Is commemorated by Beckman Beck Beckman Deckman
man street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The true meaning of the word Man Manhattan Mauhattan Manhattan ¬
hattan originally spoiled variously as nsMonahatn asMannlInta asMnnu
Monahatn Mnnu ha tn Mauhattoes and Manhattan Manhat Manhattan Mnnhl1ttnn ¬
tan In hid In mystery It Is not oven ovencertain oenccrtnln ovencertain
certain whether It was tho name of the thoplace th thpluco theplace
place or of the trlb tribe which Inhabited It Itor Itor itor
or of both Tho old idea that the word wordmeant wordmeant wordmeant
meant Place of Drunkenness Drunk nness has been beensatisfactorily beensat1stnctorUy beensatisfactorily
satisfactorily confuted c ufuted but what does doesthe doesthe doesthe
the word mean meanNew 1ow New York Press PressAn
An In UUtlltr In Dnllainpr DnllainprIf
It you want to see an oddity oddltyh an nnundertaker anulldertltcr anundertaker
undertaker said go to a cemetery and andnote andnoto andnote
note how In the erection of old rash fashioned rashloned rashloned ¬
loned tombs they lower into place the theroarblo themarble themarble
marble slabs These marble slabs are arenot arcnot arenot
not lowered by b means of a derrick derrickThey derrIckThey derrickThey
They are lowered by hand The work workIs workIs
Is so delicate you see and it is so BOnecessary sonecessary sonecessary
necessary not to chip tho edges of the thestones thestones thestones
stones that only hand work answers answersYou ruswersYou answersYou
You wonder I suppose how the men menavoid menavoid menavoid
avoid pinching or crashing their fingers fingersas
as they lower a 1 great slab of marble marbloon
on to its marble base Well they ac accomplloh ncrompllob acvcompllah
complloh this by lowering the stona stonaupon stongupon stonaupon
upon lumps of sugar arranged In or orderly 0 0derly ordeny
derly lines and then they gradually
dissolve the sugar by squirting water waterover waterorcr waterover
over It It All the huge flat nt atones 8ton of old oldfasbioned oldfIlgblonld oldfaebioned
fasbioned tombs or vaults are lowered loweredby toweredby loweredby
by baud on to lumps of sugartrainee sugar sugarname sugarIfnnl
name und Divorce DivorceAn DJyorccAn pLorcer pLorcerAn
An Australian Aust lIan divorce dlvor O court Judge Judgef
f t Vy t + io 1 o = t vt I subtle conneciron connec connecioa conDeeLtOU
iron between high sounding feminine
baptismal names awl nb matrimonial un
bappliwss He has noticed that the thanames thenames thenames
names which generally come under his
Judicial cognizance are Gladys Olad Owen
dolen Ermyntrude and the V 1 A and ul1
that he seldom or never In hisofficial hisofficialcapacity his official officialcupnclty
capacity hears of n Mary tnlJ or a Bridget BridgetA
A Tone or a Joke JolcWas JokeWas Joke JokeWnsthllt
Was Wnsthllt that a bonafide plea that
Ethellcda Ethellc a was playing asked Mr
Cumrox CumroxCertainly CumroxCertainly CumroxCertainly
Certainly answered his wife That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was a Detection From WagnerWell Wagner I IWen i
Well of course I wouldnt wouldnterpress express
any doubts In company but half tho
timo 1 cant tall whether Ethellnda II
playing a tune or a practical Joke
Washington WasbIngtonStar WasbIngtonStarOnly Star StarOnlr StarOnly
Only Thtak Thu kr ea go 10I5oN
Doea that thlt10ung young Featherhead play pfcrpokerr
poker pokerr asked Robinson of amtual a m mJtoal > ytnal
licq acquaintance acquaintanceNo aln nce nceNo
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that he does and we are carefsl not t te
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