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Hwi!i jcI1 m M further Increased to-dy mHBniHf !' bytha addition of ex-Burrocate Ratu si l B. hansom, who, Mr. Nlooll announced. HftW-y . 'would attend to the Interests represent BBflrf t ed by him .during his enforced absence HBRiWV la-ter In the month at the Constitutional HSl-ftt , Convention. . LKwIm. . The Committee began Its work iRW ') promptly at ,11 o'clock this morning;. isHcWriA i 3"he members present wore Chairman Ly9M ' Lexow and Senators Bradley, Baxton, HfK - ,1 O'Connor, Cantor and Robertson. Bc;,) I It appeared that some of the witnesses LMKf t . Who were expected have failed to attend. HHljf? ! Serfeant-at-Armi Bchram called for M. MMi . Bchwaruenfelder. but there was no re- Hraf- t VPOnM, 'Mr. Gorf looked annoyed. EF ' Rev. WIIIcox the First Witness. MHr:'" ! The Unit witness to take the stand was isTsTs-Sir . ! William WIIIcox, who said ho was n t'P, 1 clergyman, residing at riatterklll. Ulster LKvt, '. County, N. Y. He was a modest-looking iBlL'CW ( young man, and carried an umbrella and HH&fiv a black straw hat. fer I Mr. WIIIcox told how he had seen. isBy.v . about two months ago, as he was pans. LKiVlLw 1 log down Vesey street, a police ofllccr HEpkaV ' standing In front of the side door of a LLKWi '. floon, between Greenwich and Wosh- isKill1,''. Ington fctreots. What struck him ns LHriin ' peculiar was that he had his hand cx- gM t tended behind him. isVr2 ' Aa he approached he saw a man whom Htn I tie learned later to be the barkeeper ssHlf i atlck his hand out of the door nnd place isBPltv I eome bills In the hand of the policeman. Hf. n "Did you see the bills?" asked Mr. Vf I Nlcoll. KmE3 ' ' "l took them to be hills. I could not rotft, ee very well at that distance." BtitTIr" I The witness said he saw the policeman fjy? ! close his hands on the money and walk isHvs 1 away. HfrS's:, ! "I followed him and learned his name, SMf.f I but I cannot remember it now. I have pAJii memorandum of It at my home nt KSjf? ' Flatterklll. I thought It wrm a good Kt ; Illustration of the way 'protection' Wkvlt-ri I money was paid, and volunteered to sEli ' lve the Information to the Committee." 5 if i Mr. Wllliox promised to bring the 'iKvITT . memorandum with him the next time KwtlV '- i lie, came to New York. He told Mr. HkI& ', Nlcoll that he did not regard New saBrfe I York as such a very wicked nlnce us ir many countrymen supposed It to be. Ewyij i Civil Justice Itoesch came In soon m,W after the opening and sat down beside Rw-i Mr. Nlcoll. Hvraf After Mr. WIIIcox left the stand there m&vvr I waa more: skirmishing on the part of ysr Mr. doff and his assistants. Then it was jMm ' suddenly announced that Gideon iwfo i Granger, the fugitive, had turned up SK i In town and was ready to go on anil Brlv testify. This was only known to a few Kl'?'.y i In the room. RW-" noesch Wnntrtl to He Ilenril. H&HU . While they were waiting Mr. Nlcoll H?4 i ald he had a request to make In be- Wb?-., half of Mr. Roesch. who wanted lo Wf, unike la statement In reply to the Sf1' t i charges made yesterday by Jtfrs. Thu- HSivl Senator Lexow, said he would like to MPH i extend the courtesy to Mr. Roesch, hut fc"f ' precedent had been established, and KMMU he could not grant It, K? V, Mr. Roesch Jthen got up and appealed RsSIj4! tT recognition: "lit said he could not HsJ fl t hoW court while the charges were hang' ,''. ' lng over htm, and he wanted to make a iVVP denial under; oath ,of Mrs. Thurow'H Hkl& etateuienH ! ' f - He appealed as a former colleague of KVV the Senators, hut Mr. GofT said It would Hp,jf7 1 ierlously Interfere with his plans, in he B-' - had Important witnesses to examine. Hii t Senator; Baxton sustained Mr. Goff, H?r M Und told Mr. Roesch that no time would BiR?', ' be available for him till next Thursday Hil morning., &gpV This Apparently satisfied Mr. Roesch, tte! 'V: for he said he would be on hand at m$& :. that time. K! ''3. Ornnarer Kner the Itnnni. Bakl' While he waa speaking Granger came SSP lA '"to the room.-He wan sprucely dressed, BvSf 3' wore a light' overcoat, and looked much si; ' ' more presentable than when he testified BA'v.l'V 'two weeks ago. BtSs'I H wos m charge of Assistant Ber- fdSfk geant-at-Arms Burr. KSW"lJ7'i " passed Mr. Goff nnd Mr. .Jerome, fKliO1 and walked right up to the witness Byrt'li'' stand, and. turning around, cast a cold BEviaK ylance around the crowded court-room B5'M A burs of oiirnrlse went around the ") -foom as tho people recognized him. Yi&tt) ' He sat down after taking off his over- Kss-lf coat, and Mr. Ooff, before nuestlonlng BrwiT'" him, read the following letter which he foL had received from Mr. Nlcoll Inst wnek mltVtY w Vork, htty 30, 1R94. U Hon. John W. Ooff; Mywa . Dear sir la mr frwInnH rnmmunlcatlonii I BUi'V , he UI4 you tht I rtld not T" m lil,-itr I" "4. srtlM Ult nr prorffillnRi fnr nv purpomt t,o .fetv tlia!liin lh wllnmi rlranr'r uhllr hi In, I Krilr Kn, rtlAtlom In th Pent (Vmmltlife an m lyjl)r I aow desire to nuk Uil nuxeffttlon, uium TfiVKJt lox thtt he In out of the Btale If the vllnetit MlRfyf& lll return nl isaln tahr ttir etintl, no rnm- Jlw vt4, plrtnt for eny orTrnee will he maile ntclnnt him Uh V j ' VM" ln lh" s"" "" wlliifM, hr Mr Mc ffigF il'" CltTi. So far ai Mr, McClaro la ronrrrne.1, lie ffjL tVi'. k"' M14f tcmc nto the gute, upnar before tht l CoramlUee. he examined anl rrnM-ex tnUnel and &ty 1 depart again without any molestation from my fraPf client. Mw ' ,1 haie already uld thle ln puhllo ami private, HJfiSJ! ('.j- but I repeal the aMuranre now In onler that the nr$'T wltnea may auhmlt hlmaelf ImmeillHtely to tho hH" v ' Commlttoe. It, In fact. hlrh I can hnnUy irwllt, KftvVVt! 'ear ot P'fwtlon for pam mlaiU-iJit, han iit ,3pt5: ,'Vt deterred him from returning flctfrl I have aaaumett In thla letlir ttnt the iltneaa HliS J - vl'hout the Rtate. hut It he rhmilil aim le '' W 'n our I'urledh tlon, thoueh In'hlcllnic tur aaNiir- WrkMiLx, anre remalni the aamo. He may ronio an-1 it, inrt 'WA ea4n lo any arot he nuy n.-ne from llhout Jt' "' apprcheniloD. 2ii'J lloplnr, to aee you Tueiilny I am rry truly Mjfjfjj.j youra, IJIXANt'KV Ml'OI.L (1v l 5,r- Rofr stated that upon lecelvlng t4 . this letter he had secured Griinger's ut- E,?aw tendance, nnd could h.to prniliuvil hint "' yesterday, but that, owing in Mr. Mc '?' t Clavea lllnesit, he hid delayed until tb- 4fKv ay hefoie producing Granger. Ki&Ht "' om ver' worry Mr. McClnve Ik still fi'l too 111 to appear," snld Mr (Jolt, "for I ir1f Vas anxious to have him hear nil of ill wMr Granger's testimony." xfya" "1 am compelled, however, to put 4h.j Granger on the stand again, although It ' YB h's ow request nnd one of the cou- i'i idltlons of his coming hack In the Stale 3U ithat his fjther-ln-lw nhouM he piescnt aWr while he was testifying nnd h.ir ull he fflg ' ' had to say. 5L4lv .. Granger was not sworn ngnln anil the tWi J)' question asked was If he nnieni- , K"1 wh,t v'nB sh' to him by Mr. Mr- t&" Clave, as 'e left the court-room ufter jjU ll te3tined the first day. $W ' MeClnve Tlirrnlenrd lllm. W$h ' ,."Ye!"s ? J WUH parsing by Mr. Mi- !lTi " Clave he hammered with hH lint on the :etr' ,abIe and sold: 'n' Go11' I'll hiM that jssv coundrel In Btutes prison ub s-oon n M ' this Investigation In over.' " tjP" "Mr, Nlcoll also said the mime thing i to me as I paescd," added Giaiu,er. Br?"' ,Vv "e tnen wellt on to "W 'hut he had M&5 y E?cn followed by thr! men over to the wf., parh pIacP Eifvatei stnilcn, ami that tthey went Into u saloon when he v toppel to take it drink. 1 He then went up to bin house, at I la Vest rifty-ifventh i trt-et nnd thnt f evening he said he went to Mr. (JoffV EK , house, and nt midnight loft there tn K. go downtown. He stoppfl In ,t t-aNwi iKD( on Columhui nvtnue utul th"U' fouiiil Mf tint he wos still being followed Bkv't ..Cjint'. Murphy nnd two men .'nine Into ijfM! the saloon while In- wu. tin re. und lie ;' recognized them The men tiillow.,,1 lmr Kir? h"ek to hit lodgings In rirt.v-seM.nth m&? . atreet. &, "I V'a3 ver' "nU(''' extltfil. mill could ;( not s'eeD much. I woke nil tuily nnd " w"nt ol,t for u "ulk P t'oluiiibus .nu- fSJA .' neu- Two meI1 "ere standing on the KMT I corner, nnd they followed me up to Bfwifi- filxty-flfth street and Imik. ffiJ-jS . "On my way back, 1 Hopped to see aaBaJJ;'' wr mother and father, fly mother wi.s iH1nvI' ' yery hysterical, fiho had read the tm aem'Kivr pcr Rr"I heard about M Mftllave's Wg'fJ threats, and begged me not to go duv. n miJ)L ' and testify agulu. LaHC1 31 " ' 'o'11 her I I,a,l proml"l Mr. Goff 1 ieKK?' 'rL would go down and she said then that e f had better go, but she raid she never jc&l it.. expected to see me again, BiS P'v When I lett the houe I then detei- KSfvfM mined not to go downtown, as 1 hud ieO-fT ; promised, I took the i:ievnled train tu LaK, one Hundred and Flfty-lirth street, and w; fj: . the 10.10 train for Yonkers " RKpX' j "'"" V:n,'1 "f "elnij Air-Mted. LBUtifil I ' "And the, only reason you did not eome iam!sifff down, as you promised. wn yout feit rinJl-'-' i fthat Mr. McClavo noald miry out nls mklW ' threatsT" ?j- '? ''That Is It. It wus nothing else tliut f W i kept me uwiy," said Granger Blt'1 ,. Mr. McCUve hud greut power, uh he KU?. & Often boaitedvto me," he contlnueJ, "anj HK t t feared ho would do what he aaid. lit Hw Vi often Mid a 1'olice Commissioner had HK K. more power than the President of tht Brn Unltedf States." ibHka ;f!V-. .Granger denied that he had negotiated &t t'if with bis ex-fatli:r-ln-law for money tu LaKSu it v keep away, or that he had authorized nt. r;, any one to seo Mr. Nlcoll. thus contra- jUJf'Y dieting Lawyer BtUlwell'a statement. He BBOTXi'.y J. left the State, be said, two weeks ago, iaaWi4?f i f01 t1 DOt ttD bllCC UDtU tb'S morn Hwii?- ' JeHumlnK Ms testimony where he bad broken oft the first day, Mr, Goff first called Oranger's attention to the WH note given, according to Mr. Mcflnve's testhlniony, by Granger on hit wedding day, and that It was found to be a for gery. Granger said that the note was given to raise money to meet some drafts which wore coming due In till business shortly before his marriage, nnd that Mr. Judd, with whom he wits associated In the produce business, hud Indorsed the note. "There was no forgery at nil, said Granger. "1 saw him Indorse It, and what Is more, Jhe note wuf paid In full." Granger also denied that any pmt of the money used on his wed. ling trip was borrowed from Mr, McClnvo. "When he said that," said Granger, referring to this testimony of Mr Mc Clave, "he told an unmitigated He. I paid my wedding trip expenses with money I made myself. Not n cent came from Mr, McC'lave." "Why did not Mr McC'lave- surrender the note when It was pnlil'"' asked Mr. Goff, producing the note whit h was found among Mr. McCJave's pajiers. "I thought he had destroyed It, He satd he was going to do ho." "Did you pay board while you and your wife lived at the MeClnves?" "No. The only mnmy I gave my wife was $10, and other spending money. I wanted to go to housekeeping with my wife several limes, but my wife's parents would not hrur of It. I engaged a flat twice, and made deposits each time, but had to give up the Idea. t'omlng down tn Mr Granger's experi ence In the I'osl-Ollltp, the ltnes said that tlin MeClnve family did not like him to continue In the produce business be cause the odor of the sleek-yard Im pregnated hi clothing nnd It was dis agreeable to tho pople at home "Mr. MeClnve said I miiHt get out of the liuslneHM, so ho got me a plnce In the Poit'OMIrc eltpnt Imrnt. It wits n J'W position, In Station !', In Third n nue A. M. Dickinson wn the .Superin tendent I wiih willing to gle up inv business for the Post-OITlre position, al though It didn't pay as well." (ilr McCluvc- III)'" l.lr. "Mr. MeClive, In his testimony, said you had chaige of the Money Order De partment Is that true?" "Not a word of it." "And that you confessed you had opened rcglslered letters nnd stolen money to the amount of several huiilred dol lars V" "It's n lie." "And that yui stole $20 out of a letter the first d ij you were lu the position?" "That's not true. I novel made any confes.'ilon that I had stolen money. I never look a cent, and no charge has ever been made against me by any I'o.st-nitlce ollleliil." Granger explnlti"d that he hntl rhnrge of the stamp department when he vvns obliged lo hnve Jl.fiiO In the ilruwi r At one time his necounts were JS4 sluu t, $7o of which he hud borrowed, he paid, wltn Hupt Dickinson's knowledge, to huj a wedding present for hi wife "Mr. Dickinson was with me nt Ulark or Htnrr's Jeiielry store at the time. I told him 1 could not afford to buy the pin, and he said I could borrow the money mid pny It bnck I put nn I O I' In the drawer. The cause of his leaving the Post Ofllce, Granger slid, wiih that he wus accused of being an offensive partisan. "They licensed me or shouting for the Democrats," he said, "tin! then this mat ter of the small shortage eame up and 1 was asked to resign I did so. I never met Postmaster van ('ott, nnd never said a word lo him In my life. This story of my alleged confession In ab solutely fnlso. If It Is true, where Is the confession?" Granger also denied that he had pawned his wife's wedding presents for iron at Klmpson'H, as Mr, McClavu t sti fled. He said he did take the Hllver wuro fiiuu the Garfield Safe Deposit Company nnd took it to thu North Itlver ltnnk with his wife's knowledge nnd consent. He mined $3.7) on a deposit certificate, which he used to pnv for a Western trip In the prosecution uf his produce business. No unpleasantness was even ocrnsloned hv this act. The nionoy was aftewards paid back by him, and tne nllverware wos never nut of bis possession. Granger sold thnt nearly nil the wed ding presents, refetted to were given by city oltlclnls and inembeis of thp Police Depart ment The witness then went In to describe how he had ohtnlned a place at lllooin Ingdale's. and after Unit his fiitlier-ln-law Htm ted bis lu the Yankee While Manufacturing Company. McCIave testified llial while Granger was In charge of this cmnpnny Jie hid mortgaged JlfX),iX) worth of machinery for SSM. Glunger atuted Unit thlH niorlgige had teen plnred upon tw i michlm which belonged to the Yankee White Company, and no objection was ever made to It by MeClnve. He dually hud to give up the IuifIiicsm h( cause be could not make It tmy Ml MeClnve. he sold. lot a good deal of money In the Company befoie he turned It over to him (Orange!) for SI After that ilianger said he got a place us u HilcHiimu at Khrlch'H ilry-goodH Htorc lie denied thnt be had been ills charged fiimi that place beciiiiHe he had Htolun gomlH mid pawned them. No sin h charge, he said, had ever been ui'iile ngalnnt him "Did ou ever steal any clonks and sell or pnwn them, an Mr McCIave tes. tilled." united .Ml Goff "1 did not, and I was not In the cloak depaittnent, and hud no accens to It." Left iif Ills Own Accord. "1 left r.lulchs of my own nccord and grit a place at Hmltli At Gray's in llrond dny," said Gratigi t "It was tilutcii by jour fnthcr-ln-luw thnt you had h forged letter of Khrleh llios after you left them, Ih that ho"" "It Ih n lie I had a letter from Ml Sam Khilde which he wiote himself. 1 Haw him afterwntds and he asked me If 1 had obtained another place" Gi-iinger then told of the reception at the hnui.e of M. Hudd, a friend of the MiVlavo, hiHt .lanunri. It was the evening of the dnv that the news of the appointment of the I.exow Committee at Albany had rcaehed the eltv. "Mr. nnd Mrs. MeClnve and mv wife nnd 1 drove up tn Mi. liuddd'H In the carrlige together." said Granger; "Mr. MeClnve s,imed nervous, and his wife nald to him Mnhnnle, what's the mat ter with ou to-night; you peeni out of sorls ' "Mr. MeClive rep'led- 'I don't hco whit those h iv Hied tnlltU'lins up lu Albany want to come down here for and bothet ham st men ' This cau'-'d e mslileralilc meirlmeiit anuiu the nieinlj.us of the Committee, -i Hi., mi. Hence 1 mght-d outright Mi Nlco'l Interrupt! d tho examination fie Uiieo li wild utijetilun, and occaHlonally ex-bulge l( ui"o-n put lu a word, but they iMit'd not Intel nipt the II iw of GraiiKei'a t, 'p1 M' It was all about his family afTults lie sain tint up to thi i time he had been uw i truni teh house v erv little In the evening, and that his wife would not even let him go uwaj tu his luuth u's weililliii ut Cu :eniiv In Thev lived veiv liepplh together, not nlthstiii itlni; the fait tint he had to pit) "muse glil" even fSundav and v,.ih riquired to leiii.ilii borne ueailv all Are You NerveTired lio ou ttiivl it lunoa-iible tn boiomo in tec fsted In ,uur ttorkor in riij lutnc els, iu poH'lbJc to rt!ct, tiniHiHslMo tn enjov jour food' If fco, jour iieroutt stp:u nfti: btilluinr up. ami Ue norW must teen ut once, for tlie t ivuf lurncci o tl'laj tn) b di"Ktrott. Uelu to Ui to tat) HOOD'S Sarsaparil.a Aul It)toro a wiek opi bv oi will I eel illflertuM) tun will li a 1 1 an L ttt oa rtu tlf tlovvu at 1,11,1 utul lrtil iu )'i ill iivt lu tln uiorutinr reiiutl rA. Vou wi'l leal MutJutotf n koovI tl)' orl You will Lort'iivl a ro 1 tint (f u res IIIaoa Tllla cure ail Ht Ilia, ikihM' seas. lDdlffttloa, blUlauanaea, jtnaaui. Wi ififtttiSttiStSta&'itllf JtigltieMf ifi fi' the tlmo he was not attending to busi ness The first unplensantness, he said, that ever occurred between Mr, McCIave and himself was on the night of Feb. 1 last The llrt I npleiisniKness. "I had bought some tickets to go to the HIJou with my wife," be said, "and wo were just about starting aftrr dinner, when Mr. McCIave came In and said to me, 'Whuie were you last night" "I bud been uwnv all the night before at a prie-flght nnd I had told my wife I was going to Philadelphia. I said to Mr. MeClnve 'I was in Phil n ilelphlu ' " "'You are a liar' he replied angrllv right befoie my wife ' You me a II ir oii weir with a woman!' "I told him he was mlstnllen, that I had never been with Hindi persons and challenged him to prove It My wife began to cry and Mr MeClnve took hei out of the room nnd 1 went out Mr McCIave and bin wife went tu the thea tre on mj tickets. I suppose " "Did you go back to the house again? "Certainly I fontlnui-d to live at the MeClnves and sit at the table at nil the meuls nnd llv with my wife Jiut as he. fore. "She wouldn't speak to tne for severnl dnys, but after thnt It was all right, and we vvete ,ih affectionate as ev " Orili-reil from III llousc. Granger Mid this continued, nnd be lived In the bosom of the Mi Clave 'family without anv thing flirt lei x.ill bv hlH father-In law about the rhnige of Infi delity fill the evening of Washington's lllillul.iv, twlien Mr. MeClive, without nnv provocation, ordered him from the house and told him never to show his faee there ngnln "I went nwnv without Inking nny thlng with me, and have never hi en my wife since then 1 wrote bet a letter after lotiHUllliig with Lawyer Wells, of Charles F .Mel.eiin's ofllce, but they sent the messenger back with the letter unopened Then I sent a registered let ter, and she got that " "1 afterwards leariud that mv wife, nt the request of her fuller, had burned all my p ipers nnd le tern. "I tilnl to go io the house nnd see my wife nnd children and they would not admit tne I saw the children under Judge McAdnms's order, Just before thev went o the ci untry. It was down on the dock, nt lite foot of eWst Twenty-second street, wheie there was a crowd of Ital ians " "Is It true, ns Mr. McCIave stated, thnt nu conrortrd with women of the lowist character?" nked Mr oflff. "It Is not " "Wn any woman mentioned on the ocinslon that Mr. MeClive llrst charged you with Infidelity?" . "Yes, but I will not mention her name, hecnuse she Is n most respectnble young worn in. nnd It was outrageous to bring such u charge ngalnst her " "Where were .vou on the night you told your wlfn you went to Philadel phia" Know One nt (tie I'lghfrrs. "I went down to Htuten Island to see a prize-light between Cuff lev ntid (leer Cnffrev was formerly a truckman em plovrd by me In Washington Market, nnd 1 took an Interest In th setup. I hnd some money up on him. The po lice bioke up tne fight, and I bud to Htnv down on Htnteu Island all night " III giving his testimony, Granger was perfectly coil and colleeted and seemed to be rnth-'r enjoying the nltuntlnn He tclnteil with evident sntlsfnctlon nil the IreldeiilH of the home life of the Mc ClnveH, which showed up his father-in-law 111 un unfnvornble light. Unce Mr Nlcoll broke out very vio lently and wanted to know if the Com mittee was going tn allow such a witness lo "flood the records wdth perjury," to which Mr" Goff retorted thnt It wns by no means certain thnt Mr. McCIave had not been doing something of the kind himself. Chairman I.exow called both the law yers to order, and said Granger could tell bis Htory, and Mr MeClnve could contradict It uftervvnrd If he chose. ALLAIRE WAS INTERESTED. nil There Are Other Who It end Hie liiaiv CnliimlHce Heparin, Among the hundreds of thniisnnds of New YorkeiH for whom the I.exow Com mittee's pioeecdlugii nie "mnklng mighty Inteiestln' readln' " Just now me tintuially enough the thlity-seven cnptalns of police attached to the nm nlelple force. This Is eiuilly evident, for the "gold bauded iilllchilH," is Dr. ParkhurHt bnH aptly liibbed them, have, for the last few iIiijh, themselves, Individually as well iih collectively, been leeelvlng par ticular attention fnuii the Henatuilal luiiulsltois Hhottly before 7 o'clock this morning Capt Anthony J. Allulie left bin present residence uptown anil took u Ninth ave nue "I." tiulu to go downtown to Pier "A," where is located the station of his lommanil, the "Hteuinliuat Squad." On the way to the Haiti he bought a morning paper. " livening World " readers will recollect that last Friday Wltnes'i Charles Krumm testified be fore the I.exow Committee that tho police drill master demanded 9) cents out of eveiy dollar he made In bis con cert bull at H!7 Cbrystle Hlreet. The ordinarily genial Captnln hied himself to a lenr suit In the rear cor mid stealthily, although eugetlv, began to scan that portion of the paper con taining yesterday's proceedings of tho blue-coat tortuieiH. To tin "Kvuilng World" reporter, who sat nearly opposite, Capt. Allaire's face was an Inteiestlng study. It wore nn expreHslou which wiih nt first a cross between hope nnd fenr, later giving away to one of mingled sympathy and amusement, and winding up with one of relief and benign sntlsfnctlon thnt is so far as yesterday's proceedings went, for the Cnptuln'H nume wns drugged Into print yesterday by the relentless GofT. When the reporter left the trnln the ilothers, Watch Your Daughters. " Nature has nrovided a lime for purification, and if tlu channels are obstructed, the entire system is poLsoncd, and misery comes. f' ls "Irregularities ggJJvSj" from any & V cause, at any i i&Smb! age, are sure i ?r.)y indications of . ' v??? f organic trou- IjJW $fS&k' irregularities ftM come disturb-"-Sl!Siill5 ances of the itomach and kidneys, violent headaches, shooting pains, ex ilreme lassitude, waxy com plexion. "Remove the trouble at mire, or a whole life will be nucrificed. "Lydia h PinWiavi's 1'cge tabic Compound will accom 'plisli the work speedily. " It ii the most effective i remedy for irregular or sus. ! pended action known to the world." Mrs. Cha-.. 1 lines, Box 212, Duncannon, Pa. - r Furnished Rooms to Let. UTII ST JIO BA8T -Handi-wly furnlaliaj fr)nt s room; amatt room attached, alio Urg hall roora. 131 WEST UTII ST A neatlr furnlahtil room, rultable for light houaaatrptm. ' 5tH BT., 1 KAflf. rront 'roonTr nTclr "far- otaatll (aa. baU; It: nil two. Dillon, rrtu tnrii onlr. LUDWIG BROS., 34, 36,38, 40,42& 44 W. 1 4TH ST. Crowded to tlie Doors. Tremendous Bargains for To-Morrow. LADIES' WAISTS. I UDIES' SUITS. SILK WAISTS. MAIIt-I.IM.. .illllll. rQ,nI thk coat IS HHAnnS,HANI)SOMKLY A.N'l) l'Kil-ItKD. l-'IMJi MApl! IN TH1J Nl'.W- I TIMMMRD WITH LACK huci:vi:s and ni'Fi'i.K U-itii rvrit ri'i'i'; inhp.htio.v. kxtiia. DOWN 1'ltONT, WOltTII hMIKVKh" AND FI'1,1, WIDU SI.nHVUS; lQ, Itri'KI.llHACK: WtJltTH WOltTII 11 r,0 BOYS BLOUSES. SAILOR HATS. IHFAHTS' HATS. l.f.00 UOVH' KAl'NTLK- rfiO 1)0, I.AUIKH' NICK- 3'ft' HANDSOMU IN- HOV IlMJl'HKH, HAND- IV TIII.M.MIID SAIl.OK ''AtJS'IV H.A,T. ATN" BOMKI JIADK IT. HATH. ClOTTllN t'P CA1S' IN IINn SII'K SIZIM 2 1-2 TO S YKAUh', WITH VIXVITl' Kill- Ml 'U DOTTIID SWISS l'OHlTIVi:i,Y WOHT1I HON, VIOI.IOTH AND ANI) HKAl'TII't'LLY MOT OHllI JBrfl:n f ,,IIjjS BOIjU BMIinOIDBKBDi TIKAL- i:i,KHWHi:itK AT J3I-), 1-Y WOIIT11 II.IM KACH. WASH FABRICS.- SUP COVERS. ! SASH RIBBONS. 3.51X1 YDS. rKHCAI.K FI'UNITl'UB SUP ,iw PrnCHS RLAfK i''iu:Nr'iir)i:HKiNs..ii ht rnvKIIf. . r nt, 7' THP, TlllNfl I-'HIl THE 'M--"h. r "" ' .moirk SASH RIimON. COM I NO HOT WHATH- PlKf'KS, (IOOD Ql'AT- EH. IN AI,I, SIIADHH. ,....., ,. AM, S1I,K. 7 AND 8 IN. WAHKANTKD I'ARf ITY. DA.MAHK. SHKI'NK COI.oriS, ALMOST YAIID r,.IvnI..r, Mnln ,-, qlr W IDK; WORTH 73c. A WIDK, WOUTH 12c. A ' ''Nm'M'' -SOI-D I.l.HK- YAUI), WHEHK AT J12.00. YARD, Bankrupt Stock of Shoes. wn iiAVr. I'uiuiiAsr.n at auction a ciioicn .sni,nrTio. op thu stock ok nam ii. i:tti.msi:ii, stela :n Avr, who hk,;kti,y FAILKI), AM) WIl.Ii OFFIJH JUMH AT AIIOI T r.tle. THU I)OI,I,n. I-AD1E1' llltiailT Kill OX- LAMES' KIN1I KID Hl'TTON I.AIMKS' KINKST QUALITT RIIOE'i. ON TUB lATKSr IM K RoKS. AI.PO WITH K(lllf) T1K3, I'LAIN (Ml WITH I'llOVKI) LASTS, WITH TAT- ' AN-n S1.-WFI KN' r-l FATIIFIt TIPS. KT- IL'ITH THIS, IIAMI-SMVf.lli LEATHKIl TIPS, UTTINOEIIS TNrii:it'S ritll'K, 12 75, OIK ETTI.S'fjnit'S TRICE, U 00 1'Iiicb, uc. i mm rmrti riticn A.sn r, no, mm puice. 55c. $1.67 $2.86 Cnptaln wni looklnc out of tho wlnilnw Into Hip linncp, I'Vlilcntly cnBdReil In tliliiKlns UiuukIiIb. PRICE WILlTwOTGO ABROAD. llenily u,Ai'i Hi-fore llo C'nm mlMre, Up Siik, AVIipn AVimlcil. Police Cait. J.imes K, Price, of the Kiiht Thlrty-auvi'iitli strret Htntlnn, ucuini'd to be uinuseil wlioii he reail this tnol nlliK thnt It wns rutnoriMl thnt he imjuIiI n.ill for l.lM'iiioiil to-dny In onler to uvolil uiieurlii; before the I.exow Committee. "That'B all rot," lie said to an "Kvcn liiK NVorlU" reporter, "Vou can say that Price Ih nut built thnt way. I'm heie to ntiiy, I will face ull charges, nnd when 1 leave this town I'll leae to suit my on convenience." The Captain showed pnsrnRC tickets he had purchased to sail on the I'mbilu early ln Apill.wheii he heurd, ho sa, that the I.exow Committee minted hlni to appear and he snerllleed his vacation to be on hand when Mauled, but up to the present time they havn not sub poiued hlni. DID HE INTIMATE VOTERS? Ohurcbman John Heok Arrosted at Hillsdale, N. J., To-Day. H1LLSDALU, N, J June D.-John Heck, of Kwstuood, an active Republican uml n prominent member of the Hills dale .Methodist Church, was arrested here this inornlinr for the .ilb-Kod Intimi dation of niers In the eveitliiK borough election of Hiistwood to-day. Justice William II. Kmltii. of Park UUne, placed him under huntls to await the action of the (liand Jury at the next turn of the l!ernen County Coutt at HHckensncU Ilhuiielt Post and Ad.im CnlllRiion, of l'nstMood, both swore that lleck told them t hut If thes oleil or urked In favor of incoiporatliiit IJ.istwood as u li.iloiiKh, he wo'ild hne their hotei llCLiist s ri Milled Heel, denied that he had made an tine its. but admitted that he linil tuld the hotel-keepeis what lie could do If lie wnuti-d to Hihtwooil Is a biii.ill rommiinllv, eight miles iioiili nf llnckens iiU. which peti tioned the i out is tell days ami for an i election unlet to ote fot or iiKiilust In eoiporatlii as a boiiuiKh. It became famous nn iicenunt of the lines drawn b IMw.ild l.iii mil, Mho bounded the village mi that lu.t u slimle neKto would be lu , luilt'd wltlln the Ixii hiikIi lines Sime ilK-.iK iuics weie made to set lolui) f.iinilioiises within the lines und to keep theli lOloied fiirm worki'is out John J Itigeit. a wealtlij farmer who had the line inn between his dwellliiK and Ten lilt's House, has declared his puipi-e tu niiie his ten.int-h uise Inside of the litiiuiicli and build .inothtr to rent free tu iiei.its Deinucia's and Itepiibllcans are miktmr a blttenl Ilithl In l.nslwuod to-dn, b i.iue the nn lulu is of the Countv 'llnni 1 of I'leeholdeis fi.nn Hastwool, will de clde the political complexion of that body wlikh has never been Hcpiihllran The it publicans had an act passed b the last l.eiiKlaliiie, as a lesult of which eliounh IteiaiblUau IhiiuiiuIis v i iv Ir cuipoKite I tu wliie ou. the Deiiiinr.il iiuijoilt, un 1 m.iUe the Cmintv Ito.u I .1 tie. If ICastwoud Ii, lin iiiporateil It has sen ill) -Mm- Hi llloi !jl to llfteell ltrlmli llians und will eh t a I loiiuienitli 1 I ee h.ildil li.ltli sides ate llttlillni; hail The 1 llloel.lts iliil-ied tliut iljej lOUbl win without intli.ildation at'u wuruivl the lietnibln ri" not tu interfeie b. tlreat in the use ot mone John llfc'll hoisted jesteidiy, It Is a, let;d, In a railroad train, that he had threatened four men and would keep them uway from the polls Heck Is a larKa land owner. He Is one of the lead InK church and Sunday-school workers hre. Ills brother. Herman Heck, la a Metho dist minister In the Southern part of New Jersey. It la claimed that his arrrflt will carry the election In favor ot tho Demo crats and Incorporation. ;i.'(iic'-'MiJ',r7t.'Uiij a& .JMJMJiS!a,Jaai MASONIC CONCLAVE. State Grand Lodge Begins Its 113th Annual Session. Out of 730 Blue Lodges 721 Have Representatives Present. ,Iolm Iloilgp, nf liOckpnrt, r.ikcly to 15c thu Next Ornnil Master. AlthoiiKh the hour set for opening: the 113th annual Grand l.odue, Free and Acccpttil Masons, of thu State of New Yoik, was '2 o'clock this afternoon, the spnolous ofllees of Grand Secretary tfhlers and the broad lobbies and stair cases of the Masonic Temple, Sixth avenue and Twenty-third street, were thronged vtlth Master Musons all the forenoon. They came from nil oer the State, no less than 7.T of the 730 Ulue Lodges, that boast u membeishlp of more than S5.000 men, beliiK represented. The Master of each Ulue Lodge Is Its delegate to the Gland Lodge. In the cient of his Inability to attend, that duty devolv. a upon the Senior Warden, and If he, too, Is unable to attend, then the Junior Warden lepiesents the lodge In the great Conv -titlon Miat oc curs In the established Temple of the grandest Grand l.odgu of Ameilca. Kery delegute had to shake hands with the popular Col. Hhleis first of all: then they separated Into little knots, und Ginnd Lodge politics was the order of the hour. The atmospheie was ery much clari fied this moinlng for the election of otlicers which eomts uff to-monow morning. Gland Master I'ledulck A. llurtihum. adhering to his first Intention of refusing to pel mil his name to be used as a candid ite for le-ehctlou. This was much to the disappointment of a host of friends, fur liiirnhiim is par ticularly popular, as hi has been an un usually nine Grind Ma'tei Hut i luce Ginnd Master William Sthercr made the piec-dent of declining 11 t -tlei'tlon. aid t an I Mi.si, i Tell ipARTEHS' sm& mmmm Positively Cured liy Tlieso ,l,ittle lIlls. Thev also re'if? DKlreiS (rom Dvsptp sn, lmiijeMion an.l roo Hearty Eating A pi'rfcct remsJy for Dtoincss. Nausea, Diowsiness, Cad Taste In the Mouth, Coatfit Tongue. Pain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. They Regulate the Uowels. Purely Vegetable. Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. L OUR bM CABnlAGES CARRIAGES FROM S3.39 TO S22.00. Wlinlrnnle nnd Itetnll. CARRIAGE COVERS. iltnAT HAKO.VINM. PoiVit le Hsprit, 1 ruffle, 81.19 Point tie Ksprlt, 2 ruffles 1 .49 Point do Esprit, ruffles, .98 Applique Covers, .75,. 98, 1 .26 N'ot'Kliani Covers, .25, .39.. 59 THIRD AVE., Cor. 56th St. will close out on Wednesday BROKEN LOTS OF FINE HOSIERY. LADIES In Colored Silk and Fancy Lisle. MEN'S HALF HOSE In Silk and Cotton. CHILDREN'S In Silk, Cashmere, and Cotton. At less than regular prices. Outing Serge, 54 Inches Wide. Black, Navy, Brown, Green, Garnet, Tan, Gray and Cream. 75 cis- Former Price, $1.2 5. Lord& Taylor, Broadway & 20th St. Eyck Indorsed it by a like action. Mr. Burnham resolutely rejected the urgent nilylce of his anient admirers, and de clines the high honor. This leaves the Held clear for the pro motion of Deputy Grand Master John Hodge, of Lockport, and establishes the precedent of annual rotation ln ofllce (Irmly. Hut tho announcement 'of Mr. Burn ham's decision had the effect of Infus insr new life into the forces of John Stewart and Wrlsht U. Pownall, who are candidates for Deputy Grand Mas ter, with the certainty of promotion to Grand Master next year for the winner of to-inoi row's battle, lly a law of the Grand Iodp, when the Grand Master l selected from a country lodge, the Deputy Grand Manter must be a city man. The new Grand MaBter Hodge belnu from I.ockport, the Deputy mum be a New Yorker. The Senior Grand Waiden, William A. Sutherland, and Juiilcu Grand Warden Charles 10. Ide are from Rochester and Syracuse, respective, 'and their promotion Is out of the (iiifitlon. John Mewntt It from Albion Lodge, No. "(j. He Is lu the dty-goods business at SCI Church street and resides at S9 West Ninth street. He Is a member of the Hume and AsIum Committee, the most Important of the-Gran 1 Lodge Commit tees, and Is very popular. Wright D. Pownall Is from Chancellor Walworth Lodge, No. 1:71. He Is Vlce 1'iesldrnt of the I'ownall Paper Cora pan), nt 3B.1 Htoadway, and lives at 317 West Nineteenth Mreet. He also lias a stioug following, ami the contest be tween these two stanch Ma&ons Is very strung, without bitterness. The most Interesting events on the programme for this afternoon's session aio the annual address of Grand Master Burnhum and the report of the Home and Asvlum Committee The place of the (Irani Master, when presiding over the Grand Lodge, Is called " The G'and Kast " He Is sur rounded by the other otflcers of the Grand IavIkc lie weats a massive link chain of gjld about his neck, and to It Is pendant the heavy golden Jewel of his ntllee He weats an apron of white lambskin, bound and ornamented In roy al put pie, or the apron may be wholly of purple, thye color of the Grand Lodge. All tho other otlicers wear similar regalias and Jewels, and many of them also wear girt Jewels end houois con fetied by tlulr fellovK-Masons. Giand Muster llurulLaiu's uspociate otllceis uie Deputy Grand Mastei John llodp. of lxickpott: Senior Grand War den W O Sutherland, Rochester, Jun ior Grand Waiden i" )!. Ide, Syracuse, Gland Treasurer John J. Gorman, and Grand Sei retarv lidward M. 1 Hhlers, of this city; Grand Chaplains Owen Hoot, of Clinton j George It Vonder water, of 7 West One Hundred and Twenty-becond street, and Charles W, HSR Wyse's New Remedy It tba fhralcal cowan ar brtktn and 6aora4. It rtatorcs rtulltr In attbtr hi aoA iItm nw Ufa to Terr nmacla, llgamant, narre sad tanOon. It ta a graat rtjavaaator. RacomiDtadad tr p pit all know, Sold tj drvfflats, rrtet U.H. . si' ,. t Sale Extraordinary of Orockery and Oiass, . Complete Dinner Set of English Complete Tea Sets, CG pieces, HI'lV Porcelain, neatly decorated, con-C QQ EnK8h xorcoliti. neatly ileco- 4 QQH slstlng of 112 pieces J.dU mtcd I'UljH J Other styles at 8., IMK1, 12,r.O ,..., i nfaHf China Tea Canisters ti! " rly ot China Cups and J QMLf - - Saucers . I LIWl ; Colored Crystal Oil and Vinegar C VaWr.M Bottles UU Carlsbad China Trult Plates, Hk Colored Glass Lemonade Set, with wllh fruit or flower decorations aWVljfflfl Largo Jug, 6 Tumblers and Tray, 0 ?5ZXvn laHnl complete Ot TES3uT V Mijollca Flower-Pots In various JQ vAvt'TTiV II H4' colors ID a'OtS'M&K vmf- Oatmeal and Bread and Milk Seta .25 -iSjwSPw Ah TBi Fine China Ice-Cream and Berry (JO QStaf hJXjI' $$ rT Sets, richly decorated allO t--' Y?y--j 'WSKf Carlsbad China Salid Bowls, neatly 0Q ANffiL. 3TL sJsV decorated UU j35?CS 'r W& ' Wf Large variety of Fine China Cake, Zfr S , HI Cream and Bread and Butter a&aor J ,l' Plates In various styles and J 0 Complete, full-size Toilet Set 1.0 H decorations , U Stone Ber Mugs IO' Hm Tine Crystal Tumblers, engraved.. .05 Hj Rome Special Offerlnnrs In Our Colored Glass, Flower and Bon JO B HOUSClUrniSillll DCPl. reeorntl China Butter Plates. (D Double Burner Gas Stove, with 6 per doZ "" feet of best quality mohair cov- J QQ Fine China, nfter-dlnner size, 110 ' i B ered tubing IiLU Cups and Saucers UO m Baby Carriage, complete, with Q QQ Carlsbad China Cuspidore, square '' Tnrasol f..QU fhnPC decorated In various de- II ! Lawn Mowers, fully guaranteed. S.40 F'Kns "' t H Scouring Soap (a White Porcelain Cake Plntet. .OS & .IO '! Nursery Gas Stoves ai, White Stone China Cups nnd III, H; Double Oil Stove, 4 burners 1.20 Saucers UT " JB; Bloomingdale Brosff; ' I A Slaughter of Furniture 1 FOR ONE WEEK. A WILD SCItAMm.E FOR BAItnAlNS. HEAD THI3 t.tsT OF PRICKS . ' ,.B nELOW. EVERYTIUNO SOLD AS ADT!RT1SED. BIIINQ THIS WITH YOU AND PROVE 'it. "'.Bfl ONE PRICE TO ALL. NO EXTRA PERCENTAOE CHAItaED FOR CREDIT. ,. j V NO CASH REQUBRED ' FROM RELIABLE PEOPLE. R Parlor Suits, 5 pleres, In IIob, l'luah Pier Allrrors, with lorge berel -plat H or Uroentelle 8B0.OO class 811.0O , Parlor Table., In solid Oak or Maho.any "o"1 u I,lnln c,,lr -- " Flnlah, U4x24 tnps 8E.OO Solid Oak Knrkers Sl.SJl , H Tprlabt Foldln,. . ned., enclosed Solid Oak ninln Table. 84.00 . front 8I.00 Solid Oak Hall linrks Bevel Mirror 830 , ' HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS AT ONE-THIRD DELOW REOULAR TRICKS. ' CARPETS, BEDDING, STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, CLOCKS, r BABY CARRIAGES, LAMPS, CURTAINS, PICTURES, 8.G., &M,, H J.Baumann& Brail THE ORIGINATORS OF THE $1.00 PER WEEK SYSTEM, ' 1313 to 1315 Third Ave., bet. 75th and 76th Stau , 70TII NT. lIl.nVATKD Hit. OR CABLE CARM. Open Haturdnys till IO P.DI . i AH FLINT'S FINE ARTISTIC FURNITURE, NEW AND ELEGANT IN DESION AND REMARKABLE FOR CHEAPNESS. FOR INSTANCE: Dfdroom Sulta. ah, at IIS Handaoma Dlolns Chatin at i A new dealen In Sldabojrda at II Elrgant I'arlor Sulta, In tapeatrr, at ti And at similar low prle.a, larga war.rooma full ot aamplea of titry description ot Cabinet Fur niture, Bedding, Mirrors, Ac. ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL IN AUGUST TO OUR NEW BUILDINOS. (3. 5 AND 47 WEST SSD ST., ALL STOCK MUST BE SOLD WITH OUT REGARD TO COST. "BUY OF THE MAKER." GEO. C. FLlNT CO., MANL'P.U'TdKEICS, HTOIlESl 101, 10(1 and IOS W. llth St., tatween Ith a&4 7lh area , cne dcor eit ot th are. Camp, of the Mutual Reserve Life Fund Association, this city: Grand Maishal Elmer A. Miller, 2(6 Kast Kltjhty-slxth streetf Grand Standard-Hearer, George E. Tiffany, Tredonla; Grand Sword Bearer. Isldor Metzger, til EaBt One Hundred und Twenty-tnlrd Htreeti Grand Stewards, Walter Jones, Niagara Falls; Horace M, Daniels, Le Grange; Franklin S, Stebblnn, RocheHter, und Illram II. Rhymer, Elmlre; (Senior Grand Deacon, Samuel C. Miller, White Plains, Junior Grand Deacon, Frank Raymond, Syra cuse; Grand Lectin er, George II. Ray mond. 311 Kast I'.lchty-second street; Grand Librarian, William J. Duncan, 317 llroadwuy, Giand Pursuivant, George Skinner, .11 Kast One Hundred and Telfth Htieet, und Grand Tyler, John Hoole, of 03 Uleecker Btreet, city. Thebe ofllcera. after the Grand Secre tary, are appointed by the Grand Master. There are, besides District Deputy Grand Masters for each of the Assembly Dis tricts In the State, a Commission of Ap peals, Committee on Accounts and Trus tees of the Hall and Asylum Fund. The delegates being Mastern of their respective "Ulue" Lodge, wear white aprons of lambskin or Its representa tion, trimmed with blue, or blue aprons, blue being the color of the lodge, and the Master's jewel of gold. Hero ure some things from the open ing address of Most Worshipful Freder ick A. Burnham, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of New Yoik: "Eighty-she thousand .Masons In this broad Jurisdiction are watching us to day and bid us Godspeed us we open this one bundled and thirteenth annual communication of the Grand Lodgt. "The past year lias been one of un exampled peace and BUciesh. Kvety where In tills Imperial Jurisdiction pros perity and hatmony reigns In our lodges." The ci aft Is congratulated on the com pletion und success of the Home at Utlca, and condoled with on the death of many brothers. FEMALE MASONS IN SESSION. TTrenty-nfth State Convention of the Eastern Star Chapter. The twenty-fiftn annual Btati Conven tion of dclecatea to the Grand Chapter of the Order ot the Eastern Star began I j Pennyroyal pills. I fOriftitftl ftnl Only C ratlin. A -t . M ArK.alwkjt rilikla UDitlMt A j H Dru(ll fur Cktthtfrt AipW4,jfirV jjH JXeMMft. fird U UmA u4 'UVVrF, i jH mtmUlfl bom. iMMvlth blMrib- Df ' JM tu. Tk titer. JrvUa lM dmrtv ntlitiutint m. liOaKiw. H ail UrLfgltu, r Mti !. U itwM tarn iH pariteiltn, tnIooU1i kb4 lullfff )-A.H 10.000 TmlMBldi . HM (TfeUbNUr CktMnlfftl O., JfadjUaa &4WF OM M kt U LNil DrmUn. PklUiZ.jiS -J jfH : Excursions., J'i ' B COWEY ISLAND. 1 SEA BEACH ROUTE: Boats leare toot Whitehall at. hourlr from 7.1 ' H A. M. to ..10 P. M. (Satnrdl)B, 7.10 P. U.) ' ' aH SUNDAYS, bourlr trom .10 A. M. to 1.10 P. M.t , B halt hourly (rom 1.10 to t 10 P. M., and at 7.l. IH and 8 U P. M. Lait returatns trala Sundarm, i tH 10 JO P.M. .' M CONEY ISLAND. : CULVER ROUTE. , ,. Leaf, foot of Whitehall at. N. Y hourly tnm ' ' 7.1 A. U. to 6.10 P. M. Saturdara 7.10 P. If. 'AH Bundars hourly from 1.10 A. M. to 1.10 P. 1L, ' . and halt-hourly from 1.(0 to (.U P. It., T.lt. , H 8 10 P. M. Lait train leaves Coney Ialaid dslh? aH .H Sundays 10.17 P. M. 1 B New York & Long Branch Steamboat Ci. j Steamers MAKV 1'AITICN and PLEAaUHJC H BAY leave (uotof Jane hi.. N. It, at . H U A. .11. AMI 3 P. M. UA1LV. M (Sundays eireptert ) FrrlKbt received (or Ixint H ltrsncli, alirleut, Plfsure hay, Monbiouut i H Ufh. Hlftilsud Beiirh, Little Silver, lturnsoa j H and IlrunrhFOrt. S(J,M)A V, lenve Jiin bu ,N. It. , H (4 bliM-ks below Hlli si. ). 11 anil 10 A. M. ; Uatterr ' H Pier, near llarte (inloe, a lo mid lu. 15 A.M. JM Lxiiirslun Tickets 50 Coat. i llaH Help Wanted Male. 'H WKAVUIIM lUvlu reopened factories want H silk, neuvers on broad Kooda. Apply cor. Spring. H ana JobU3ta.,U". HiilMikeu, N.J. UHoroaudllroa. , this morning In .the Scottish Itlte HalL f U Mudlaon avenue. Some :XI delegates are IH pusent, half of whum are from out ot town, and the majority of them ladle. iMM Koutlne business only wus conducted HH Hi The election of otlicers will bo held ten IH monow. rh- candidates for the ofllce ot' TBI Grand Condurtrebs ate; Miss Anna Vase, ' t'Hfl of Itadlant Chapter. Urooklyn, nnd Mlas i vH Anna llrooits, of Ksther Chapter, I Hi Brooklyn. Miss Jeannette Kustold, of, tHJ Albany, and Mrs. Sonlile Lighthouse, of 1 Hi Urooklyn, ara candidates ror Assockte iM Minr.d Matron. Heveral delegates, who I H were seen, denied the statement of jhe ! existence o fa "ring" or any political I HI element In the Grand Chapter, and said I HJ that the election would pass oft ui IjH quietly as usual. To-mormw evenhg ' ('.I the out-of-town delearatea will be ban- Is iH queted by their city brethren, IfVJ Oh, what is so rare- IH As a day in June? H Slnsa the roet When the "llUerslde." t' iLl larire an.l tliie.t SuJ I uuntaln lu th. oJt 'HH deckel IV. Ith palms. i n (un ,a,t nnia HH aplenlld ll,t of ilelirlous new drinks ien.il is. iHl tluslvelv H ItlKKH'S. HH 4(1 rent, on every dollar Is icor(ii aarlnr. ho. H oj i ouM ba Iniliroiel lth this fart If loa HH could see the rrov.il, that dallv , ihrons ill j." fV partments of thla typleal Amerlear, house buM H all aupplles of DrilKV Meillelnes, Dnetor'a ira H aTlptlons, Klsttlo StorVlnts. Rubber Qodi. H Truiies. rrulches. Toilet Ilenulsltei and ttou. H sands ot other comforts for th. slclc room ul ' tB luxurl.s for th. home, at H RIKER'S, ! 6TH AVE.. COR. 22 D AT. f W ., h . m 1 h1 HHHHttliAHUMUli---'-- Hai