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Bad Count if Rule to Hurt the Demo
cratic Ticket.
FJeminston. Sept. 7 /Special).— The Republicans of
Hunt*>ixJon County believe In keeping «vei lastingly
ft it, and for many year*. they have been at it
to ■ some purpose The Democrats also have been
J»usy;. mix) in ji way that, while it has kept them
la .-'JiTtrol of'th* ovunty oaicee steadily, ha* been
t>»lpfol tb the Republican*. 'They were found out.
and nothing is more discouraging to the average
Democratic county official than to be caught, in
the discharge of hla duty, in doing something
*--jiich_ his duty did not demand, something which.
ln.f?ct, it would, be unpleasant to have the courts
coafider,' and' which. all efforts so far have failed
to bring im« court. That is the kind of *KC-sie
♦ Ifltir that the Honterdon County Democratic
J!oHr<l of Freeholders, had been doing when they
were found out. and although they have succeeded
In keeping auto/ court it is quite possible that the
•statute is utroiy; enough,, if properly enforced, to
jUt £orn,c of tbese particular and peculiar Demo
» rtits in ,i reasonably tight place.
AlihviifTh the Republicans are away back in the
minority in Hunterdon County, and while there is
no aaasagaaat *U*a the Democratic majority will be
fully overcome at the next election, the hope that
tl* '«n!rti6riat;;-and s State ticket will be so well
supported v.a ' to reduce that majority by several
hundred votes is not visionary- Hunterdon County
in. iit/t and JWV .wa« Impregnated with the 16
x<) ,1 heresy, .and the St. Louis convention failed
to wash it out.. The Bryan Democrats of four and
fight year* ago. -.were H caret Democrats this year.
Kk-cVwiattir Foster and ex-Senator Gebhardt. both
<if whom were inoculated* with Democracy before
1h»»y were vaccinated, were the Democratic county
leader' 1 in the Bryan campaigns, and they have not
yet declared' their allegiance to Judge Parker. In
fart, Mr. Foster was one "of the signers of that
undress to. 1 l*e Democratic Voters of New-Jen«ey
whicit .caused ex>Unlt«d 'States Senator Smith
pome wf-rlmeYit 'of mind and pome, conception
«rn:r for him trouble was brewing. Foster and
OcfchaVdt • had a large /lumber Of followers in IS%
and 1*00." and not all of then*- follower?: by a
liuhterdon Cduftty Jiigful. have fallen away from
their Bi-j«n louder*. "• '
H is. tjaasaalaiav a popular .belief hnumg both
Democrats and Republicans that a fair proportion
of "the Bryaa-Hearst mocrsKs will vote for Presl
o*nt Rooseveh and it fa known that some of them,
because of their opposition to -Senator Smith.
whorn^. they hoid responsible.. f or^their treatment in
the last betaocratlc State convention, will support
the Republican State ticket. Most of these radi
cals, it {x believed, will vote for Watson. As ati
Incident which leads up to this he^rf there is
•■trong talk and' in apparently sincere movement
toward fornjlng'a "Tom'" Watson campaign club.
At the recent farmers' picnic in this county there
was afforded an opportunity to get something like
alineWi Democratic sentiment here. As a drawing
card, the ru«"om of the managers of the picnic has
bwh to itrrite the members at all political parties to
m r.d Kpeakem to it to "dlacuHS" the issues of the day
When' Mahloh Pitney, now a justice of the Supreme
'".•uit.' van runnfne for Cofia;re«i several year* ago
be" Was treated 'so badly by the 'Democratic oat
callrTS and shrVker* that no Republican up to this
year had'" ventured to' attend . the picnic with the
intention of making a speech. But this year Con
pr^psroan v Gajtioer, the "'Old' Brains" of -the lid
District. <i-<'idod. at the. request of the State
«-*w»irnj;:n. Fr»r.k O. Hriegs. BO attend IBM picnic
;:':i'i try to T...k-- care of' himself. .He did both. '
A.fler- if Taplaark oll| wiping-- up the floor with
Avsi»raWj»man < "Swaickhamn^er,' Congressman Gard
ner venture to njentlbn 'tlje name of Wfiliam .1
lirytiti.-Tltetruth i«. as mv aVi afoi Isingri said to-day,
Mr. <^;ir.lf»«T w«ii erjdearorhlK ' *o Warn bow many
li«rjc<sj" I>«mrKrat|i there were among the 3.OC© or
*.. 4 Xri people' T.bo attended the picnic. The flrs.t ap
piCQf^ that ' greeted any speaker was tl:at which
fcrrilif out. all, over Ui** crowd in a mighty roar when
• lie aaasr. of Bryan was mentioned, and on every
"thereafter m hen Bryan's name was called
bainiiredß* »jf DvjUf/cratF.resiKinded with unmistak
piile <-ntli jsiasm'. and al the end of his speech "Old
Brains" had the pleasure of a duplicated round of
jipplaufco. ■ ■.
Th«-«notmal DfmtScre^ic majority in Hunterdon
County tv about I.COO. in the year 3900 the majority
for Uiyan anas LJM. and at that time there was a
M<;-iiikiius of gold . Democrats who voted for He-
Kiuley and another aprmkltac that remained at
home. It is believ<«d by well Informed -publicans
that those pold Democrat* who will this year re
v i urn to their = old' party allegiance and rote for
'■ Judge Parker will be balanced by the Bryan-Hearft
Democrats who will vote for President Roosevelt.
EX-Senator Edward C Stokes has a strong fol
lowing in this county, and if he should be the Re
publican candidate for- Governor the prevalent l*-
lief is that he will run quite up to the national
ticket, jtgoinsr which many Republicans say and
•urae Democrats admit the majority will not exceed
1.200.- <»th«r ftepuntiran* say that unless something
m«»w in the dark should come to the light the ma
jority IB this old Democratic (stronghold will not go
a single vote above l.yoo against either the national
or ta* -State ttrlwt. One reason for the popularity
of Mr. Stokes in this county is his record on the
public -school- question Under the ' present school
law- educational matters »nd Interests in Hunterdon
ha.r»» tw«rr! advanced greatly. \
.'*"The taxpayer* Of ' this county," said an old line
Demoernt ' to-day, —have a warm place in their
h-arts for Senator Stokes because he. was the father
•if/*- law which has 'directly helped to pay a large
percentage' of the urhool lax..** An Influential Re
pnWicliri. one<t)f th" m-^t influential in the State,
in fact, said that if Senator Stokes would come into
JluoUrdon County and «<pe»k Iwt«- and made such a
canvass as -John W. Grtgg* did when be was the
Republican Candidate for Governor hii< vote would
n<<toni«h eotne a/ the other parts of the State. The
Republicans -will nominate a full ticket, although
•li*w is 'only the' remotest hope of a majority vote
for It in tSiis county. ■
. Th« only county <jfiic«T to be chosen Is a Surro
gate.' -Tim i»«mo< candidate for that place will
be <ie4>rg<f V. } lansoti, who has been the Deputy
- - Kate for many years. It was reported here
that another Democratic candidate had been in
duf«f<J la- withdraw from the contest for a consid
: araaßri. The Republican candidate probably will be
1 .I.vhn Hain«>», of Anoandale. He made a surprising
run for the Assembly when Mr. Griggs was i*un
ritaa/ for Governor.
The. reevnt -ln»-«stl gallon of the old Board of
Fr*«aWld«*Ni i" *hiK count}-. Incidental allusion to
wbJ^ has been j made at the beginning or this
cnrr<wr>oodonse,, will, it in expected, greatly bene
fit the. R«*pubnran party.' because of the Democrat
lc*foJTVPl^n'ln,oSiJ» which it uncover*^. The tax
p«>eV» now kno.vv" that whereas the old Board of
Freeholder* appropriated something more than
t)<Mj.W' lor a .year's expenditures, and expended it
nil " within right months, the n*rw commission
(catlesT 'ftV'trS t>osr<J) "which has taken the place
of this old board has fixed the budget for the cur
rent year suit ?71/"o'>. -and out of thin the commls
•4ofM>r« expect to pay the expense of the recnt
Investigation (KK.OOOj and a legacy or debt left
by lh.e old board <j*;I»6.«iO; so that this county is
now practically ; on.^Jfaa/m teats, instead of up
ward of t*'tV>W*} baaU under the old Democratic
management. "The near board, which Is Demo
cratic" of 'course, was driven by the sentiment de
veloped through the investigation of the old
board." a leading Republican said to-day, "to
make this reduction In the budget. Theytew board
was the creation of the Republicans, and the law
arhsrh made the commission possible mas passed
by a Republican legislature, aided by the Repub
licans of Hunterdon County
In addition tofp> foraguins. the- investigation
uncovered the addition*! facts that, there was a
large '.county tnd— Jt*aP»s a. which was caused by
monies having been taker, illegally by certain
Democratic offlclals. A part of this Indebtedness
already ha* been refondad by the men who were
the penefteiartes of the naaiadaarnatraUon of
couaty affairs. It is made the duty, under the
lareoaajt law. of the commission to collect the sums
•till Rur, "but ao far they have failed, although
they have been urged. It becomes necessary, be
cause or such failure, for th* taxpayer* to peti
tion the court to appoint a taxpayer to bring suit
to re<ov«-t the indebtedness. • Such a petition is
now pending. •Meanwhile.*' the Republican above
mm***, aaid. "«ojm# a/ the DemocraUc officials of
Jluntcrdon Oounjy*Ur<; not y«*-ihj a prsltion to ask
oVT.nntly. a* a Pwnotrat .'Mniewhat similarly *lt
aaU«d asfcvad some years ago. 'What are yon going
to do about 1t.7" but would like ■,-.-*■ 1«
colnr- lo iiappen \i th<-y should' be- -haled 'before the
TT.- action of the new board In declining to push
ih<" ■ail Hi Democratic offlelals to a settlement
Is b^!ng crttlcssej tr^erely.ny the taxpayer* of all
pollrlral •■■_,• rountj'.'- lnnsmuch a» the
r.lP.clft) r*ix?rt'oj Jodg-e Chlpman eWrly shows th<
(imouiit of 'money nue. the count v and th« offlelaJ*
who should be rre<> to repay it. • i/» :
• A R<r'puWli<~an club, whlrh will be Fomethlng quite
•i#-w in Hunlerdon Counts', ie nbout to" be formM
!n thi* towi;. "Die cfll for the club ha« b»>«>n signed
by IZ> voters wf * it \ r . a'.»re<pk. Of ' 35 ■ ar«<
Arst voters, and a very consldTßbl* percentajr*' of
•• . (^lcm-rti .- of Democratic cxtraptlon." It,. In
.- «-»:pt^cj«"d rtint tho flub m^mhTw'iio- will go. up. to
Vsai. -And lh« nufsllon was urkmi to-day. Why do
*V»t» riHyi* of tl.>- oth<T tov-n* In th<» ounty go nnd
■ * IlktVix ' it m«) >■■ 'hut they will? - .
Mats'* ' Jiii-i.nnd. . . IOlti:i-l.aMr %tnry by
1 . aaa". Tin rrr"-r ?***•••■« H»-»M»rrtßW... .
riHsr r;r*.v ix jersey.
State Republican League Opens the
Aabury Park. N. J.. Sept. 2 (Special).— The open
ing gun of the Republican campaign in this State
waa fired here to'jjay. with many politicians of
prominence on the firing line. The occasion was th«
seventeenth annual convention of the State Repub
lican League, and If the enthusiasm displayed is
any criterion New-Jersey is no longer doubtful, but
has Rone Into the column of the safely Republican.
The convention was called to order at 11:43 a. m.
by F. F. Meyer, jr., president of the league. After
an invocation by the Rev. John Love, pastor of the
First Baptist Church. T. Frank Appleby, president
of the City Council and of the Lincoln Republican
Club of Anbury Park, delivered an n/ldress of wel
come. J. Hamten Moore, of Philadelphia, president
of th«« National Republican League, delivered the
spe«ch of the morning.
Resolutions were passed pledging the.organisatlon
and every club connected with it to use every hon
orable effort to secure the election of the nominees
of the Republican party and to secure the estab
lishment Of those principles declared in the Chicago
convention, and adding: ••We ask for and welcome
the assistance of all good citizens who will join us
to this end in all honest effort that may lead to the
firm establishment of prosperity, liberty, equality
and the glory of the American flag."
At the afternoon session 143 clubs were reported
as having [ representatives present. Assemblyman
Everett Colby, of Orange, was elected president,
and F. F. Pattersonjr., of Camden, vice-president.
The fix' delegat«?s=-at-large chosen to attend the
national convention were John Wesley Sell, Cam
den; W. H. Parry. Essex; Frank I^. ■»%««■«■ Hud
son County; A. B. Cos«y. Atlantic; Senator Wood
McKay, I'aesalc. and William M. Runyon. Flain
Ex-Senator John M. Thurston. of Nebraska,
made the speech of the afternoon, dealing princi
pally with a comparison of the two leading par
ties. He said in nan :
The Democrats say we are Imperialists because
we have rais«-d our flag abroad. I had rather be
with the party that ralaea the flag abroad than
with the party that raises hell at home. Every
body knows what the Republican party is; nobody
knows what the Democratic party may be. Repub
licanism stands for the mighty" accomplishments
of successful legislation and administration; De
mocracy, swept from the pathway of the nation's
destiny, stands only as tin- common scold of dis
organized. iHaaatlaflad and disappointed obstruction.
Every plank in the Republican platform tells of
something done. Kv.ty plank in the Democratic
platform is an admission of political failure. The
Republicans are united an every American issue;
Dnsnocrats ale divided on every question of na
ti.r.ial policy. The expurgated edition of the Dem
ocratic creed Is as meaningless as the dictionary
read backward, and the strength of their candi
date is the fact that he has never voiced a politi
cal opinion. The Republican party rides In the
chariot of American glory: the Democratic party
la the hearse of dead and discredited theories.
It is no time to take chances when all is going
wc-fL The world knows that th.- Republican party
is tor the gold standard and the nation's honor
\vho knows what the Democratic party is for?
Tneir candidate assure* the country that no harm
cast come in years of Democratic rule, because a
Republican Senate c?n prevent any change In our
monetary system, if the gold standard is best for
Anglican Interests is it not safer when backed by
ks friends in both houses of Congress and in the
Wltite House as well?
■V.'ho are the leader* of the ii—iiu ted) Democ
racy? its council chamber la controlled by the
hajjpy family of Murphy. -Sheehan. McCarren.
Stcne. Williams and Bryan, and the Richelieu of
the Cabinet is the self-retired statesman. David
B. Hill.
Tfcendore Roosevelt preside? at .-( table where
the master minds of the twentieth century calmly
eaaaMer and successfully solve the mlehty prob
leir. which Involve American growth and glory
ai:r the peace and welfare of the civilized world.
Timid Democracy, daring no other wane, now
opsns its campaign against the «>ersoi;al Qualifica
tions of our candidate. And what is the sum and
sub>tai.ce of the attack upon President Roosevelt?
Thej* say he Is impulsive— tt nay be so. but his is
the Impulsiveness of a loyal and devoted American
heaut. Th. say lit- is quick to act — and BO if is
wh*n th« right- of America or Americana are as
s.ail'tl. They ray lie was quick in recoamtxlna the
new republic of Panama— lt may be so, but hU
quickness elves us an i<MhTnian canal and the
oom Lnat!o;i of the commerce of the world.
The Republican party has always been quick in
standing for the welfare of our people and the
honcr of the country. 1 do not blame tin- Demo
cratic party tar thinking Roosevelt quick. Th*'
trouiJ* 1 with the Democrats Is they have always
t>eeit slow — <so slow that they blunder on in the dust
where victorious Americanism leads the way. until
it ri-dib as If their eyes were blinded to the dory
of tt clr country.
E. C. Stoke*, of Trenton, was introduced as the
nexftJovernor of New-Jersey, and made an address.
He aaid trt<* Question of taxation in this State
woult 1 be settled so that every dollar of prop
erty, whether corporation or Individual, should be
taxed equally, and until needed the money should
stay where It belongs — in the' people's pockets.
Among the prominent politicians r>r<ri/ent wore Con
gressman B. F. Howell. Senator O. H. Brown,
State Chairman Frank O. Briggs. Senator John G.
Hnrner, ex-Judee Wilbur Molt, Senator Wood Mr-
Kee. Senator If. ,T Bradley. ex-Senator <" Asa
Francs and Congressman Harry Uottdenalager.
a •
Philip* Daly's Place at Hollywood Again Ii
" Advertised by the Sheriff.
Hollswood. X. J.. Sept. 2 (Special).-The golden
doors of the Pennsylvania clubhouse, together
with the Ch»"lsea-ave. property of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip .Duly, are again at" !ii--d to be sold by the
sheriff. The date *et for the sale is October 3.
This maJtes the third time the sale las been ad
vertl?eC within a year.
At the. last wile Mrs. Daly Fattened the creditors,
William H. Hallowell, executor of the Kdward M.
Marks "er<tate, who is foreclosing. It now looks as
though, Mr.--. Daft- had been unable t« meet the
amount of the claim. Ex-Sonator Henry S. 1"< I
hune. <ounFel for the Marks- estate, is- In Burofte.
He wiitfi, before Failing, that he thought Mr*. Daly
would ,-neet the payments an flx'-d by the Sheriff
and retain the property. The club has been closed
during (CM season. The house has been occupied.
beww, although it is Fa Id no gaming has been
allowed. The Daly* ar* having a hard time of it.
They lv:v»- been deprived of their means <•? liveli
hood, «io<? have valuable property heavily mort
Father Gets Him Back, and Woman Is
"Warned Not to Repeat Offence.
New-E:runswlck, N. .1 . Sept. 2 (Special).— Mrs.
Mary Lamgel. of Trenton, created excitement here
to-day by kidnapping her son. three years old. who
was t»ei»<» in the custody of her husband, Joseph
Lengel. ■ The, father of the kidnapped boy is suing
his wife for divorce on statutory grounds. The
wife hud the custody of the younger of the two
children, and l>-nt{el kept the boy.
Mrs. L.«igel came here yesterday and found the
boarding nouse occupied by her husband. Going
there to-d"»y. ehe took the son and a quantity of
clothing. The father, his lawyer and Justice Hay
ter found 'boy and mother at No. 29 French-st.. and
recover**!, the" boy. Mrs. ]>-ngel was warned not to
repeat the offence.
SeveraL People of Rahway Are Injured in
the Collision.
Hahwa.3. N. J., Sept. 2.— The two-horse stage of
the Cariairet and Uah\\ny Transportation Com
pany. wWcli runs between this place and Car
teret. w;ih in collision last night with a trolley car
of the I'l&llc Service Corporation near the State
Refoirnati iry. The stage was -overturned and sev
eral pa»w sneers were Injured, none dangerously.
No one oji the trolley car was hurt.
•Among the passengers in the stage were Mrs.
Tc-elser. ««f Rabway; her daughter, Mm. I,oulb
l.udluin. and the lattcr's children. Lester and Mil
dred. Mrs. To«-l*tr was unconscious when plckod
v:». autfertag from shuck. .Mrs. Ludlum'a nose was
broken. A3 the other ;>ns>:-ens.rs were more or
less bruiari.
Several «.ioctorß were soon at the scene, and the
injured persons were attended to and then taken
to their h«aues. The motoniinn of the car siys he
did not set Jhe stage in time to avoid a collision.
Eiberon. X. J.. Sept. 2 (Special).— robbery was
reported to tlfce Deal and Long Branch police
authorities as having taken place in the cottage
of Mrs. H»sffbach. in Phllllp.i-ave.. South Elberon,
who said afce lost diamonds. Jewelry and cash to
the amount of :;.SOO. The robbery is reported to
havo '*kan place some time yesterday in broad
daylight. Ohlef James I/iyton referred Mr*. Hoff
bach to th» Deal police, as he had no Jurisdiction
in the case. The missing Jewelry consisted of sev
eral ring*, several precious pins and a pocketbook
.■■■.-..■ : ; cash. • • , . . *^
; Two rootas-In the Hoffbnch corUf» w-re ran
narkcrt. diet Layton nuked Mrs. HorTbach whom
she su»pc»*»'d. and -received '"this reply: "\Ty Ee r
vants are xl.orouKhly honest. 1 would trust them
wi'h anytlrfnjr, 1 pos«eß<*<»ci."
On ud liieti -l.iuiiti.n (jr." HtnnuiiHii kkrtrli hv
vunu> Mdciljji I^. be« lUr "-uuujj Trthuct- tu-mor-
Leader . and Two Members Are
Caught in Jersey City.
M WalUa7 Bill" and two other members of his
gang of Juvenile burglars were takrn into custody
in Jersey City yesterday, and the police are look
ins; for the three otl»er members of the band. The
ransacking of the dwelling house at No. 243 Fourth
st. -was discovered through the suspicion of- a
neighbor who knew the occupants were absent.
Detectives Gallagher and Prescott round a rear
window had been broken by the intruders.
The lower floors of the house were occupied by
Edgar Arrlngton and his family, and the upper
part by John Mayon. a comedian with "The Wiz
ard of Oz" Company, who is in Denver. The trunks
containing the costumes of Mr. Mayon had been
broken open, and Home of the contents had been
curried away. A bundle of booty was left tied up
in a room, and the detectives kept a watch on the
place and caught Herman AnK'". alias "Buttsy,"
nine years old. entering the house.
Angort confessed that there were six In the. gang.
of which John Gorman, alias "Wnlligy Bill." was
the leader, and that they had committed several
burglaries. The officers arrested Gorman, who is
fourteen years old, and Jeremiah Shapiro, eleven
years old. but had been unable last evening to true.'
"the missing members of the gang. The three In
custody were held in default of $500 ball each to
await the action of the grand jury.
Prisoners at Lake George Dig Through
Brick Wall with Table Knife.
Glen* Palis, N v Bept. -'. -Warren County offi
cers are aearehlng for Leon Beltway, Arthur San
BOUCI arid John H CaiC who broke Jail at Lake
Qeorge last nig-ht. The men dug their way through
,t i.ri.k wall with a table knife, being screened
by the other ptiaonera In the corridor. The escape
wa? not discovered until 9 o'clock, when the men
were locked in their cells,
The thre< men were arrested in nien Falls a few
weeks ago, charged with fifty burglaries In the lasl
six month--- The prison Inspector"* lasl report
called attention to rh" Insecure condition of the jail.
Fears for the Safety of Excursion Steamer
Excited Sandusky.
U;y rsUKKAPB to Tin: TSIBt
Banduaky. Ohio, Sept. :'. A report eurren^ here
that the excursion steamer Lakeside went down
thw aide of Cleveland with about two hundred
Banduskj people on board caused Intense excite
ment until the steamer arrived in port hers at
t'elock this evening. The report waa caused
).-, people <"i the beach a! Loraln watching th.
storm, who thought they saw the Lakeside's iights
The report reached here about >> o'clock, and peo
ple in the city were Wild. The j>i--r was. < -:<>\\ded
v.ith friends and relatives of tha passenger* when
the ateamer landed The pasaengwn s.n.i that al
though the storm w.:s Bevere the boat weathered
it all rlfcht. and ti;ey were much surprised at the
anxious crowd waiting m the pier.
A later report la that BOrne str.im.T Other th;in
th»- Lakeside went down, but it tins no conflrma
C. Russell, New Broker. Relative of Well
Known Financier. He Says.
A young actor, C. Russell Sage, has formed ■<■
partnership with .i friend under the name of <\
Russell Sage & Co., and intends to deal In railroad
bond*. He has an office at No. 43 Wall-Si Mr.
Sage say* he is a blood relative of Russell 5..«.-.
while Russell Sage la quoted -i: saying he is not.
The young Sage yeterda produced a history of the
Sage family of Mlddletown. Conn., published In
18<8, two years before he was horn, to prove the
truth of his assertion From this it would appear
that < '. Russell Sage is the grandson of Russell
Sage's first cousin.
C. Russell Sage has been on the stage several
years, under that name. He. had absolutely no con
nection with Russell Sage in a business way. he
said yesterday, ami did i:ol know him personally.
Neither did he think that Mr. Sage knew him. He
said he hoped to follow in the well known finan
cier 1!'1 !' footsteps.
Is Called Before Coroner in an Attempt to
Make Him '•Settle."
I)- Butui H Blote, ■ reapectabl< phyaiclan, •{
Ko. 73 MeKibbln at., Brooklyn, believe* thai h«
w;is !>jck..! out aa U-- victim '>> a gang of black
mailers In Manhattan. They went BO f.ir aa t.i
have him summoned before Coroner Jackson on
Wednesday to answer to ■ nertout charge He aat
isrte.i the Coroner thai he w:,s Inn nl of an)
wrong 'loiiij,, ami Kai engaged ■ laywer, who will
lor.k after hi* Interest*, if any further attempt if
made t;> i»>ther him
On August O he was called to a bouse In l->ixt
Sixth-st. by telephone. While going through the
'-..ills looking for the family whose name had been
given to him. he was confronted by a stranger,
who, on learning his identity, said: "I have Just
had two other doctors examine my wife, arid if you
don't settle for this now, you will get into trouble."
The doctor, thinking the man was crazy, returned
to his Office, The next day he was again sum
moned to the telephone and warned he ha/1 better
go to the Kast Sixth-st bouse and "settle." He
paid no attention to the message, and two days
later a lawyer visited bis office and demanded a
settlement. Aft. he had explained the case to
the lawyer the latter went away. The next thing
that happened 'was when he was summon, to
Coroner Jackson* office. This move did not suc
ceed.' however, and Dr. siot< went to ate th« Coro
ner and says that the latter after talking with
him. decided that hii attempt had been made to
Impose on him. Dr. Slot.- is now wondering if
his persecutor* have abandoned their game.
Looking over hi:- records. Dr. Slot, found that
on July 31 a woman, who said th« was a married
woman livir,« in tSasl Sixth-st., called at his of
fice for. treatment. He says he refused to treat
her and she went away.
Both Will Show Champions at Newport
Cottagers' Pets in, Too.
Ir.r i':i.K.<iKAi'H id TBS -rniiu-NK. |
Newport, R. 1.. Bept. 2.- with th.- doatnaj of the
entries for th.- Newport Dor Show, to he held at thn
f'asino on BsptemMr !■; and 13. the announcement
is made that the show will lie aj large one. eight
hundred entries having b> -!i made, from all parts
af the world. Some of the best known dogs will
l>*i shown. In thf colli.- classes, j. Pterpont Mor
jran has several entries, and hi* famous anil valua
ble dotfH champion YVishaw Clinker arm Ormskirk
Olympian, will compete aßainst Amamlale Piccolo
and i'arbold Patentev. owned by \V\ K. Mason, of
England, who Is now en route to this country with
his doßs.
One of the leading exhibitors will be Thomas W.
Uwnon, of Boston, who has made twenty«nine
entries, hicluding his famous- bulldog Cbamplr'
La Roche. He will also show a number ol toy
spaniels. Kntrles are also numerous from Newport
Applicants for Wives Continue to Send Let
, . ters to the Town Officials.
Springfield. N. J., Sept. I (Special).— Dunellen
grows more famous dally by reason of the pub
lished announcement that. there are lots of eligible
young women living there who are pining away
and wasting their sweetness on the desert air be
cause either 'the young men of the place haven't
the courage to propose or the funds to support
wives, or else don't want Dunellen girls. Some of
the inhabitants of the town, are becoming irritated
at the notoriety the place has gained, and !ast
night the -.climax was .reached when some/, cruel
miscreant tacked a big sign on the Postofllce.
which bore the following legend: ■; .'■
GREAT ExeiTKiinxT:
uni> nf r>une!len's Old Mauls Has Been Captured.
Letters still continue to come to Postmaster
Brakeley and Mayor Wyckoff. The Mayor has one
which came from L. Hirt. of No. 222 Suydam-st
Brooklyn, who asked to be -put In communication
with a nice, respectable girl of good family, not 01
extravagant habits or tastes."
•Our Jjidy of the Grotto." Portray* a unique rll ..
Tom brought" over" from sUm,s U rn, luir. Described 'by
Minnie J. Keyuuld*. t»'e<? The ISundiiy Tribune t«
0 I
Accused Bookkeeper Makes One of
the Attempts on Pier.
After failing to shoot himself, according to the
police, when arrested or. a charge of grand larceny,
at the Savannah Line pier yesterday morning, ns^
he was about to sail South. John H. Short. of 'No.
M West One-hundred-and-fourth-8t. % a bookkeeper
charged with a shortage in his accounts. IHM a
razor on' bid throat as he was* about to be meas
ured at Police Headquarters it: the afternoon. The
second time he nearly succeeded in fridlna; his life.
The razor grazed his Jugular vein, and if Detective '
Sergeant Burke li.id not quickly snatched the
weapon away Short would have accomplished his
purpose. The wound was only a. flesh' one.
Short formerly was employed as a' bookkeeper
for Herman Sobel, a real estate dealer at No. X*
West Twvnty-sevcnth-st. He had his employer's •
Implicit confidence, and collected the rents "of all
his properties. About a week ago he disappeared,
and Sobel says* that an examination of his accounts
showed him to be more than $700 short. At the pter •
yesterday Short appeared a little, before l time
for sailing with his wife. When Detective' Ser-.
geant Burfce told him that he was tinder arrest.
Short turned pale, and, according to the detective,,
drew a revolver and placed it at his side. Buxktt. .
grasped the revolver.
T-ater Short was taken to Bellevue Hospital.
There be gave th.- name of his "nearest
friend" as B. B. Short, of No. 14 Charles-sL, Sa
vannah, do.. He told the hospital authorities he
was sorry he had not been permitted to -make an
end of his life. ... - ■■■■ •.. •
Governor Murphy Appoints Eleven
Factory Inspectors: ' " ' '
Trenton, N. J., Sept. 2 — Governor Ollur-
I>hy to-day appointed the. eleven factory Inspectors
provided for by the new law which went Into ef
fect yesterday, by which a department of labor
was established as the successor of the Department
of Factories and Workshops Inspectors. iThe in
apectora are William H. Uod. of Hoboken: Kd.ward
K. McClintock, of Newark; William Schlacter, of
Orange; Andrew MnrCardell. of Plalnfleld; Jiiaie's
E. BtaQtOß, of Sussex; Henry B. Kuehle. of * Egg
Harbor City; 4.,1-wi:- Haller. of <"amden; Hober
Wells, of I'aterson; Joseph Milburn. of Trenton;
Miss Mary i\ Van I.U-r. of Camden, and Miss (Irace
1.. d' Hart, of Jersey City. „; - „ • ■ .-■
The Governor sent to each of the. appoints- «
letter, saying in part: . ' , ; . "'■ j
The law must be enforced, not In a way to annoy. •
but in ■ fair and considerate manner. But It- must'
be enforced, and your duty under It must be faith
fully and continuously performed. 1 have appointed,
a chief commissioner who is in full sympathy with
its provision* and who will give you instructions
concerning the detail of your work. Thes* instruc
tions ho will expect you to follow Implicitly. •
It is believed that the enforcement of the lav
will prove of great advantage to the people of the
State, and I count upon your loyal and unfailing
support In the discharge .of your duties. ■ -" ■
Colonel Lewi* T. Bryant. . the Commissioner: of
Labor, appointed to-day George E. Poolei. of Morris
County, assistant commissioner. Mr. • Poole la the
present superintendent of construction' of the
State, and la an architect. It will be his special
work to pass on the tire escape -provisions of th«
act and questions relating to the construction of
nil., appliance* relative to the protection and
health of employes. . • . - , «
<;<or£- W. Vanderbilt and "Colonel Sir C. K.
1 Toward Vincent, and members of the British Par
llamet-.t who are to attend the International Par
liamentary Congress at St. Louis. wer»- passengers
on the Campania which arrived last nlgrht from
Liverpool and Queenatown.
Portland Ore.. S*-pt. 2.— Thai there will be a
government mint in full operation at the Lewis
and Clark Exposition la the assurance given Pres
ident V.. W. Goode by Secretary Shaw of .the
Treasury D»parta%»nt Th» visit of Secretary
Shaw in the exposition ground* on Wednesday
had the result of giiinini; his sanction to the a*>
tabll.shment of (he mint, which will be an active
Hut. and will be alaosd where the process of
making nvney muy be viewed by all. The plant
will be complete m every detail, and the coins
Ktruck off will be niu.le from gold bullion us it
cornea from the smelters. Since it wouh) not be
practicable to make legal tender, the ,-olr.s will
tv in the fora of medals.
Vv C. McConnell. Adrian, Mica., .lryKoo.l*. Vn-. av«
Williams * Rodger* I'omwiny, l.'lwelanil: W. I>. Court
ney, dryguoda, GUsey.
MarU A. <"onl.-y. ' Buffalo, millinery. No. J» Kan Bti
John C <:-({- a .Son. Main!. N. T. ; William C. Oa*e
«n. I wlf», drygooda. I'ark Avenue.
0 II Brown .v. Co.. Ulxon. 111 . C S. Brown. Urygoods.
No. L't4 W. .• Thirty-fourth it.
Slrgel Cooper Company-, Chicago; N. N. Brooaa, drv
gooda, BpaMlng.
'' M. UcKelrey Company, Yuungatown. Ohio. Win!
-rf<l 11. Barnes, drytTQods, S^merse?.
Stewart Orv Ooods Company. Louisville; M. Connaugh
ton ami \V. L-aanauKht6n. drjrgaod^ No. 140 \\>.«i Thir
ty-nth et
Stern ft Nuhm. Lv» Vegaa, X. M . .1 Stern, central
niTi-handlse. Imperial. /
Him A: Fuller. iiu:;«. Ohio; Q W." lit 11.1 1. .lrv|t<x,.i« and
cart»-ts. Rosaroore.
Bond - Perm Dry <Ji.hU Company. Jackson. Term ■ r g
ll«n<l. drricooda, ilroadAay Ontral.
Jrnklns Chain Company. Charleston, HI • w F
Jenkins, diygooda, lark Avenue
H. H. RnthachlM, lwtrolt. rnlillnrT. Park Avenue
Hunton li'i.iirtni.-nt Tompany, Hunton. \V Va. • J *
ltlfT.-. (eneral nn>rrhanilts)>. Raklfk " . • ■ •
N'leolainPautke. Milwaukee. wi* . .Velllo K. Dunphy.
hat ■ ami furs. lmp« lal v *
Mr. Hn.l Mr*. Isaac Wright. Culumbu", Kan.; drygootls.
■Hns«k<-H & iTriti Coaapaay, I-"? Ang<*lr.« '«i ■ \v tl
Koraythe, <l»-i«irtmpnt »tore. Xo. HO West T-*«itv' nri«t ,1"
«'. 11. Teagnr Ccmpaajr, Cincinnati; 11. G Yraetr tl^
l»urtin»-iit •tore, lmi><-rliii. '
I. V. Ayret * ''•■. Indlaaaoona; L. p. Smith rue*
draiMrtea. h.ni-.furni.shlnic iruod*. etc.. No '31 ' Tnlon
S<juar>>, <",ranil. . i
O. .1. Barney *.• Son. <liarlotte^ Mich.; V. H. liarney
drycooda and notion*. Cmtlllac. . ••■"■}.
B. »v Hart, 11. intumwi, Iowa; drysroods, notions anil
furnishing good*, <!rar<l. ...
Block Broe. A Co., <; a iv»iiton. T<-x.; S. niork. dtyavuda
notion* iinil iirnlnh!np Rocxln, Imperial.
Bowditrh a.- Clapp, Hoatoji; A. O. Bowditch, n-.lllln»ry.
Murray Hill, •
Brown Duir.ll ,V- 'v... Ho'ton: K. s A(!ain<i. rlbU.ll3
No. I>< West Nineteenth at., York.
W. 11. liull'inl & Co., Hotyek*. Ma»s.-'\V. 11. Etullar.t
notions and fancy g->".i-<. Asi.ir
C'lel&a4 & Simpson, Beraatua: J. <'!^i»:i<!. dryKoodn. no
tions and fancy (roods. Iniixrlal. f
J. V, l>f Fo»> .<• Son. A<trta.ii, M)<-h. ; If. S. Dm Foi.
drvßoodn. notions and HirnKiln< (rood*. Park Avenue J
William FH««n<» A Son* Company, Boaton'; Jay Abrams'
Hotel Ast.ir. . '
Korbf-s .* Walla*-*?. Sprlnjjneld; t». P. nirkett v wash
Booda, No. S Walker Bt.
<".:»»;«• Hr>if i <\>.. <-hl.-ai{.': A. l>. «;aa:<\ Navarre.
T. J. Geary a Co.. Hnrtford. Conn.; T. -J. Geary, cloaks
and Milts S|i;ilil!iir. . ...
K. Outbrta, I'aJucah. . Ky. , drysooda, notions and fur
nishlnn k'in'ils. Ilofftnnn.
Joel liiitnian & Co.. Ital timbre; A. Baldel, upholstery
Kiioils. S,i. 7. ''.rapi-i ■( . Everett; K. <;utnian. York; W.
B. Dyatt. <lri«<<B jroo-in. No. 79 Orand-«t., Karllnirton.
U Maniii»-1 A Co.. Mobile, Ala.: U Il.iiuni-I. dress
ro.hls. silks, laeee, <-«r!»'ta. etc.. No. !*} JTrunklnt- st..
Savoy. ...,»...—.
W. 1. Harris a Son. Kpartansburfj, S. <" ; V. Harris,
•Iryjtiiii.in. notions .mil furnlshini; h"»«»l.", Imperial.
. IJirnh llrothern J>ry !•■ „is Company. St. Joseph. Mo.;
S. Illrsh. dryinoda, 'cloaks and mllllnary, Ko. s'Jlt rtroad
way. (Mmberlaml.
Hlrm-h 4 '".•.. N«-w- I»n-!on. Conn.; H. J. Hirach. cloth-
Ing. Belvedere.
■ C. K. Hove;- * CO., Huston; J. Smith. Jr., hosiery and
ttloveß, No. 2!* i;r*<»ne-*t.. Murray Hill. •
Ives. I'pham & Rand, Jierldaa. tVnn.; C. 1. I'pham,
ilriss good* and !<llkF, N.>. 7."» Sprlnsr-st.. Park Avenue.
Iv«-«, ipHnn *t H.in.i. Merlden. Conn.'; Mlns K. Ryan
Cloak* No. 75 Spring at,, Park Avenue. ' • '
.1. N. Johnson * Co.. Danville. perm. ; J. N. Johnson
dryßOiMlH. notions • nd furninhlnK K»oit«. JJroadvray Central
Jones .<: Audette. <Jamestown. N. V. , C. I-.' Au.l^tt,..
dree* (!i»kN. silk-, notions, fancy jcoods, women' 1 and in
fants' •rear, Broadway Central. • .'
J<ines !>rv tJoodß Company. Kansas City. Mo ; M Ii
Hos<», furnlshlnir .roods. Gerard.
D. Until a Co.. Elyr!.\. Ohio; I). I*wl*. dryeoods. no
tions and furntihinK 1;' ■■.!-. Kar!ln»rton.
Uppincott. .Johnson & Co.. Philadelphia; A F LJpnln
cott. woollena. Grand. ■ - . - . .., , . "v." v .
11. s. Manchester. Chirac*.; cloaks and aulu. vVoU-ott. '
l Manhattan Clothing Ci>mpany. Norwich.' Conn. v ■ 8
Ki.-nIK. clothlnsr. Imperial.
A. Mark's Sons. Amstenlum. X. V. : C. 1 Mark cloaks
and Butt*. Wellinjtton.
>:. M. afcKelve; i- Co.. roaagatowa, Ohio; k. <s Miller,
general [buyer, So. 40 1. s;.nard rmp*ri«l.
11. A. Meldrum & C>.. rtuffalo; M. Cary. dryKOols. No.
43 Uapeaard at., In-pvilal • . ■ t ..
S. \V Newl.urger A Co., Albany. Ind. ; S. W.
Newburucr. 'dryceoda. rv-iWns and furnishing «oo<1» Her
ald Square. . / " *. • ... ,;.
Pltts-Kiniball Company.' Boston: (r. W. Little, uphol
stery Kooda, Herald Square. . . . •
Reed Hrot hers a Co.. Cleveland; C. £ Reed, millinery.
No HIM llrciuluuv. Herald Square. ..
. Reid & Hufrhr* l>ry Goods Company. Waterbury; J. M.
Sinclair, upholstery irooiis. No. T9 Spring St.. Park Ave
nue. -■ • ■„ < .. - . ...
lt«Fenliauiu brothers. Cumberland. M<l.: M. . Roienbauin,
drysoods. carpet* ami upholstery poods, imperial.
Rothschild Ilrother*. lthai*a. X: V. ; I). Rothschild, dry
goods, notions an-! Carataataa Kooda, Imperial. • „ ,
John^Shllllto Company. Cincinnati; ,- It. 8. ~ Marshal]
carpetiWind oilcloths. No. .'Mt! riroadn ay.. Albf marie.
Shopbell Pry Goods I'omnany. Wllliamup<jrt. ■ C
F. Clawaoa, dregs «"^>d«. silks and: velvets. Continental ■
a. 6c It. Solomon, WilmlnKton, X. C; It. Soimnon, drj-
k'khls. notion* and furnishing BoodJV' Helvfdere. -
Sudburj- Manufacturing Company. Hoston; S, Uasner,
piece sroodF, SpaMinc ' ' Z : ' "
Townsend * Wyatt ' Dry Ooi>ds Ocmpany.i'St. -Jo«<M>h.
Mo,: Mrc. A. Myers, eloaka. nults ami furs : Xo^*3to
llroadway. Victoria. , ,
John Wanamakrr. Philadelphia; A. 11. Lov'ejby ' carpets
and upholstery pdods, Albemarli*. ' -.' ' " '-. - ; ..
W. M Whitney ft Ot.. Albany, X. T.; Iran;, Sherman,
domestics, woollens, notion*, fancy kihhU and clovpb Xo
lU.'V Una l«.;v, Navarre. ' '• - -. -■ . . •
William* & Rodpers 1 \impany. Cleveland} W. D Court
ney, dress giiodn. Xo. 4T5 Uroaflwny." * , , ■■"-,•. i
Jones ■ ft Audette. \ Jamestown, ■' X.'VT, ;. 0. .1* \ .:-:•■
•jewelry, ilroadwny, Central. . . • .' ■■■ .. ,
W. M. Whitney A Co.. Albany, . X. v.; L'liiU Sherman.
Jewelry. Xo. \i-;j Broadway, Navarre. '. ;*■': ■-"*;".■-'
Clarke Divorce Suit Hecalls Romance of
Change in Wealth and Love.
Pnts^urg;, Sept 2.— THe divorce B^cur^.l ny Mrs
Elene B. Clarke, of Atlanta, from her husband,
Charles Summer Clarke, better known aa "Chick"'
i 1.-irke. has brought t<» mind the fact that about
oipht years aX» the Clarke estate was wiped out
by a Supreme Court decision, and "Chick" Clarke's
mother lost $700,000. Previously "Chick" had gone
South and brought his bride home. When the
crash came the Southern girl said to her ruined
husband. 'Never mlrui, 'Chjok. 1 you have me. 1
• •an cook."'
Th<*v rented two rooms In Allegheny, he secured
a pla'.'e as theatrical rritic on a local newspaper
and his wife cooked on a little oil stove. The
mother of "Chick" retained the oM Clarke eteel
mill and when it was purchased by the Steel t.or
poratlon for about JSfIO.UUU 'Chick" received about
$400,000 of the prtee. He sold his oil stove, and with
It lost his ptttefcy wife.
Two People ' Killed and Several Hurt in
. ' * Big" Store.
Chicago, Sept. J.— Two people were killed ami six
.■•erioiisly Injured by the falling of an elevator In
th»> store of Sears, Roebuck & Co. this afternoon. ;
Th«- passenger elevator ordinarily used In th«
building was out of repair, ami the freight elevator
was used during the day by the customer^ -and em
ploy, While a load of passengers was Bein« car
ried up the cable parted, allowing the elevator,
with ton people, to fall threw stories. The con
ductor. Philip Caldwelt. was Instantly killed, and
.Mr*. Kate Haves, forty years old. »as*.«o badly
hurt th.it she died this .-vniiiK In th^ hospital..
Six others ' who were in the elevator at the" time
of the accident were Injured, but not fatally.
Colonel Gaston; of Boston. Gets Letter, on
Mexican Shooting; . f }-.
Boston. Sept. 2. — In connection with' tbe., shooting
of Clarence Way and Edward Ljittlmer. two Amer
icans. In th«i State of Slnaloa. Mexico, some time
ago. Colonel William A. Gaston. of this city, ex
ecutor of Way's estate, to-day received a letter
from the State Department, at Washington saylns
that a thorough investigation was being made Into
the deaths of the two men.
. Th- letter from Washington was written by Alvey
A. Ad»e. Acting Secretary of State. Colonel i;aston
Was Informed that the Mexican authorities hail
taken prompt action in apprehending Alcalde Torres
and two commissioners concerned in the shooting
and that Mexico had promised that th« guilty per
sons should be brought to Justice. Way was a
native of this city and had many relatives here.
Point in Land Fraud Case Decided Against
F. A. Hyde and H. P. Dimond.
San Francisco, Sept. 2.— Judge De Haven. Of the
United States District Court, in th- Hyde-Dlmond
case to-day rxranted the application for an order
removing the defendants to Washington for trial.
The Indictments against the accused men. Fred
erick A. Hyde and Henry P. Dimond. contain-
forty-two counts, only the first ana being consid
ered by the court In reaching the decision. They
are aroused of conspiring. In the District of Colum
bia, with John A. Benson and J. H. -Schneider, to
defraud the United States out of ■ large tract of
public lurid*.
After a review of the facts alleged In the Indict-.
m«-nt and decisions in similar cases. Judge De
Haven finds them guilty of conspiring to defraud
the United States within the meaning of Section
5.4-|.» of the Revised Statutes, and adopts the
language of Judge Dfllon. who &alr* in a similar
case: "The District of Columbia is mTt a sanctuary
to which persons committing offences against th«
United States may fly and be beyond the reach of
lust nor Is the law so defective that persons
there. I committing such offences and escaping or
found elsewhere cannot be taken back- there for
trial." Counsel for Hyde and Dimond have applied
to Judge Morrow, of the United States Circuit
Court, for m writ of habeas corpus. * •
Wallace. Idaho. Sept. 2. — Fire, has swept tli£ en
tire business portion of Gem. and a large, part of
th- residence district, entailing ■ loss of tMMatt
destroying nearly one hundred uses and leav
ing scores of people homeless. The houses were
occupied for the most part by* miners, many of
whom moved to Gem after th# Black Bear con
flagration three months ago.
Religious Notices.
SO cost* per llnr.
t» « \\>st 4i"th-«t., '
Rev. R p. JOHNSTON. D. P.. Pastor.
It*v FHANCI3 BROWS, l< I>.. Inton Th*-ol.>*ical Sem
inary, of this -it-., will preach at 11 a m.
•>-» Wc«t 46th Str««-t.
Hr. It P. JOHNSTON. D. D., Pastor.
Dr. FRANCIS BROWN, of I'nlon Theological Semi
nary, will preach at 11 a. m.
. Ma<l!non-av«.. corm-r 04th-»t.
will preach on Sunday niorniriK at 11 o'clock.
, \\><rklv I'rsyer Meeting Wednesday Evenini.
sth -axe. an.! S7th-»t. »
Itev. WILLIAM It. kh'Harhs. i> D.
On Sunday. September 4
Rev. Hl'fiH iIL-\<K. M. A..
. . of Edinburgh, Scotland.
vi ill preach it II 4 m.
, ..
P.VLVABT HAPTIST ( HIU.H. Waal 57th-it — r»r
MA*?ARTHI'R preaches morning and evening. Evening
iiul>Jf.-t: "A Ha»ket of Summer Fruit."
» '.' 1M Aye. »nd "th St.
Rev. JOHN O. PAtKt, D. r>.. Minister.
Rev. Fl>>\l' UECKER will |.r»u-h at 11 a. m. and
■S p. m.
• . &th. Aye. an.i 2!>tti St
Rev. HAVIO .IAS. BCUHKU* i> i> . Minister.
Will preach at 11 a. m. an.l «« p. at,
M..rnti "Work Without Worry
Evening— "What !«ii-h 1 Yet?"
Sth At». an.l 4Sth Si
P.^v DONALD SACK KAY. D. IV. Minister
Hey. WM. MACKINTOSH M.VKAV. •: D-, will freach
'at II a. m ami s p. ni
Mornlrn — *Tht Strenuou*ne»» of Life."
Bveaiaa "Tljo Vision ol a Fool.'" .
All Previous Presidential Campaigns Outdone
. The Sales or" the DAILY and SUNDAY
TRIBUNE During August. 1904. Exceeded by
the Highest Previous August in Its History.
The Sales for August, 1904, Were
53 "0" 0 More Than in August, 1902.
Religious Notices.
> " r * " .>.SO cents per line, _• *^'j,: ' L
. Mendelssohn Hall, lit, West 40th' at 6 -
IteT. C. K. JEFFERSO.V. / D.- S D-.psi;'«
Re». C. It. •?EYMOUR.D.~U.;:A«oolatrp^'
■\ ' SERVICES .... Li. --..•-■^_M-.Ii i iilJt"
West ' End Axe. and 77th St." *«. • '."■%
Rev. HENRY i I I Mpliri COBD. D. P.. MlnlstL
Church closed. Congregation uatt' | In worship^,* .
St. Andrew's Church. Columbus Aye. and 78th St
Rev. J. ELMENPORF. D. D.. Senior Pastor. \
FIRST CHI*R«'H. '.--• »t.. near 3d-ave.; Pastor. Basv X
BENJ. E. DICKHAITT. — Services at 11 a. m. Preaching
Jby Rev. ANDREW KAGEMAX. " "; . "*
LENOX AVENUE CHURCH, or. 123* at. : Fast*r. R* T
KI*OAR TIL.TON. Jr.. D. D.. will resume regular Sunday
' services on S*pteaa)i*r . 1 1. Union services to-morrow hi
the First Church,;- -r - ."-• ; y
' Will hold on Sunday. Sept. 4th.
In this church, -commencing; at 11. A. M. <:2Q P M.
• -. ' and H V M.
Strangers Are cordially Invited to be present.
V/est 43thr-st.— »ervice«. 11 a. in M p. m . Wednesday
evening, S». Ri-ullnc mom open dally.
West -Isth-st. — Services 11 a. m.. 8 p. m. Wednesday
evening. Ik Readi*;r room open dally.
!"»»tor. l*ev. Wir.LIA\I W. COS preaches at 11 a. m.
104th-st.. Rev. K. s. TIPPLEL D D.. Pastor— ll a. m..
Communion service; 7:3<» p. m.. Vesper service, with ad
dress. liaycr mertlnx Wednesday, ft p. m.
MEMORIAL BAPTIST. Washington Square Snutt.. —
E!»WARr> JIDSON. Pastor, will preach at « and 7 :Ba
A^ # METROPC > I . ! i ' \ \ TEMPLE, * t^*
.' Attractive meetlntrs every night. All seats free.
Popular concert ti>--nlsht.
10:45— Communion, sermon. In-. C. H. Morgan.
' » P. M. — Sermon. Dr. Howard V. Ros*.
SCOTCH ' PRENBYTBRIAN ' CHUltCH: : '"iwth-rt. an*)
Central I"ark Went.— Rev. DAVID G. WtUE. D. D..
Pastor. Services: Sunday. 11 a." m. ; Wednesday. Bp. am.
Rev. JOHN EL TIUPLBTT. tha Assistant. la coarse.
. '.-■ • -. We*t BiuVave. and S(h--t.
Rer. CEORGE P. ECKMAN. Tfr-T>.. Pastor.
. R«v. R. J. TREVORROW wIU preach, at 11 a. m.
Prayer service Wednesday evenhg. H o'clock.
ll«<th-st.. 2ri ara rastor. Rex. charges H. GUUBB.
Communtnn service at lU:3Oa. m. Preaching? by the Pas
tor at 7:42 p. m. Stranger^ are welcomed. ■>
between Broadway and Hth-ave.. RICHARD E. BEI.U.
Pastor. -10:45 a. m.. Holy Communion; 8 p. m.. sencoa
by Pastor.
corner of 'loth *'. — Public worship, to-morrow at 11 a. m.
Rer. R. K. HICKOK will preach. Wednesday eveniajj
service at ■> o'clock. Sunday arhool at 9:45.
dam aye. and 105 th. St. — Rev. I. J. LANSING. D. D..
will preach at 11 and 8. ■ .
Surrogates' Sotices.
Frank T. FwaSßwaM. a Surrogate of the County of
New York. . Notlre la hereby given to ail person* having
claims against Gustav H. bwJR, also called Gustav s-aftt.
late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the.
same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their
place of transacting business at the oOce of Eugene K.
*•**»*». Esq.. No. •;'■» Wall Street, In the Borough of Man
hattan. In The City of New York, on or before the first
div of March next.
Oated New York, the rSirh day of August. 13<H
EUGENE K. S.\« KETT. Attorney for Executors. »i« Wall
Street. Manhattan. New York City.
Abner C. Thomas, a, Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice Is hereby given to all ;-er».-na having claims
against Rebacra, Halrd. late of the County of New York.
deceased, to present the sane with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber at his place of transacting buslctss. No. l->
Wall Street, in th* City of New York, on or before to*>
16th day of November next. .. .-
Dated New York, the 11th day of May. 1904.
EDWARD K. BKOTVN. Ebncutor. '
B. W. B. BROWN. Attorney tvr Executor. IS Wall. Street.
Manhattan N. Y. City.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of tfe* County of
New-York, notice la hereby given to all persona ha. .r.g
sUims against (.'arise .M. VVynkoop. late of the Count
•f New-York, deceased, to present th* name, wttli
vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place o
transacting- business, at th* offlc* of aulltvaji A Crom
well. No. O' Wall Street, In the City of New-York, oa
•r before the rd day of November a*xt. •-is. -
Dated New York. the 13th oar of May. 1904. ! " ?.'■"
ALJJ. Execntrlcea. . .. .
SULLIVAN ft CROMWELL. Attorney* for EUecutrlcea.
id Wall Street. New York City.
•*■ Frank. T. ritxgerald. a Sarrogats of th* Couaty oC
N*w York, notice Is hereby given to all person* bavin*
claims against Homer W. Nichols, late of the. County of
New York, deceased, to present the same, with Touch
ers thereof; to the subscribers, at their place of trana
acting business, at the oSc* of Taylor. Anderson a>
Seymour, their Attorneys. No. 35 Wall Street. In th*
City of New York, on or before the 30th day of October
° Dated New York, th* -3rd day of April. 199*. *
OLS. Executors.
Executors. 35 Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan.
City of New York.
of an order of Hon. Frank T. FttueraJd. a! Surro
gate of the Cbuaty of New-York. NOTICR la hereby
»ti.-n lo all persona bavins claims againut ORA.vvilli:
W. OARTH. deceased. Ute of the County of New York,
to present the same with vouchers thereof to th* subscrib
er, at her place of transacting business, at tit* oflk* «f
li.irrl^m & Byrd No. 59 Wall Street. Borough of Maa
battan. In the City of New York, on. or before Ota Ofaaeatli
day of September neat.
Dated New York, the third day of March, 1904. I
ULUB M'COMB OARTH. Adaatalauatrta,
Harrison & Byrd, Attorneys for A.tminHOwUlx. dft VTs^t .
Street. New York City. . - . .-
Abc«r C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th* Cbiaity of \<«
York, notice Is hereby given to ail persons ha«ln« dale..*
•gainst Simon Herman, late of the County of New Yo#
deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof ii»
the subscriber*, at their place of transacting b'i»; a 1.
the otnee of Jtrome C. Herman. No. 36 Nassau sTr,.. 1
the City of New York, oa or before the 27th d<Lr' .
September next. T*' l *
Uated New York, the 17th day of March. 1904. \ ;
LEO SONNEnOn.N. Executor*. «««»aa*..^
CHARLES U GKEBSKAU* Attorney (or Executors. «»
Broadway.- New YorH City. . -. , (^
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County Of
New York. Notice is hereby given to all persons . air
ing claims n.-umi 1 . Elizabeth W. Aldrlch. late of
•he County of X#v York, deceased, to pi-wnt the si.t
with vou.-h*ra thereof tf> the subscribers at their plat* o*
transacting businena. No. 43° Broadway. In* th-» Borou?
of -Manhattan, In the City of New 'York, en or betor* I
SUth day ot September, next.
Dated. New York. th« 4th day of March. 180*.
DeWltt. Loikman & DeWltt. Attorneys for Executor*.
Nassau Street. Burousjb of Manhattan. New V
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