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IN ASTOB Hlfll
Twenty-five Breeds of Toy Dogs
Take Pcssession for An?
nual Show.
.-.kes'VJin
PEKINGESE THE FAVORITE
Mrs. Mark Fishel's Too-Le of
Toddington Bea*3 the
Champion Vi Sin of
Alderbourne.
ra difTerent klr.d? o: barfca l-?d
< AatOT Gallery. in the Waldorf
? my. where four trandred
tejra were benehed f
? xhlbttlon of tite Toy -
: ib of America The c'.ul
devoted to lha Bnglbib toy apanlel, '
? ? rery ajeaero i
reods were d
at the aho*J leed a
iBtliBflag. embraclng dogs
ndfl to thirty pot
of tha paaailarlty of the toy
-], theie i> something about the
nosed PcUincese, wlth his bag *
? ? on. whieh rcakt
l favortte Ifn Marg Fishel
? ar. Hc ? oth< i than th*
? ? I red sable Too-Lo of Toddin^ton.
'?reated Bucb a furor at Islip this
He =tarted ln the limit class
Bpen and winne-s. beatinc tha
? ? ? . lOTI V; Sin of Alder
(?ounie. from the kennels of Mr:-. A. 1.
Holland VI Sin did not cxpect this ani
? i BT, but it was a fore
c..ne conclusion from the mon.
.. stepred into the rtne. Mrs. I-'i.-hel ls
to the rark* of PekO fanciers. \
- >hort campaisn she has .
ipular that over) one was rieliphted
tr. witness her triumph. i
in Mtehea Mr.--. Prank T. Clarke'a re
importation. VuIrfaj T>en Nah.
whlch was euch a favorlte ln the tend of
her hirth. wron over all of the old cam
paigners. The reserve went to Dr Ilae
kell's Wan l?e. Mrs W. II HerV.ert. of
e<s England. said that Teen Nah
| waa one of the finest Chinese young
ladie* that lt had over t.e?n her good
? HM to jlidge Mrs. Clark* waB the
bapriest owner Tn tbe gallery after thls
y ot her new" favorlte. and she
i e^ded Just this little Mt of cheer. for
ad beer rather oe.-ponder.t over Pr.
Ford s decision in Pomeranlans, whl"h
Kave Mias Maud Kennedy's Wee But
terfly preeedence over her own beautiful
'ax Wee Fanchon. Mrs. Clurke b*
? this was all wrong. portlJ be-ause
oi la uaualty preferred to an
88? part ' Wee
htnd lers are aot oulte
bt In w-lnners. doe?.
; w Freeth'i Oflse* fyea Biaekte
kltoi Kennedy'a Pomeria Waap.
I inmelson'a farnoeo Pohea were
? . and even the
flnd notliing wrong
tlfnl little < eleetlal doga
t aaautlful glass I
tlnan-hung wttk waatarla
? r- for exhibltlon only, and did
?
.?)-. toy apanie
i ere Klng ? Prrace
? Blenhetraa, all aager
? ?. ? ? ?ere the wry BbbbOI
of |oy spanielh. Mr. James r. ;k,
la tleepreeldrnl of the eJab, ba h
| ?lottMJ ln the fl-colnr dl
Her Ralnbow l.ittle cnerub won ?
t untll h<- me? his kennel companlon.
rnary Ralnbow, in the wfnner'a eOflB*
? m. when he had to abdicate in favor
- little orother.
MIbb H. G. Parlett, president. aad
Hendereon. treasuret, are Jnfnt OWBOra Of
the famous Rosemar\ Kennels, and ea^h
year they have won so thany of the 08?08
!-peciale that they very generously
derided to enter their toy Bpanlels for ex
h:Mtion only thla year.
Little Mra I". H Rerendrohn bustled
around as happy as rould be wlth h?r
a - itrful champlon Jap, <'h<-sl II. under
her arm. Mrs. JUrendsohn thoroughly
enjoye the dog shows becauae Bhe has
nothlng 10 WOrry about It is a fOf0gO8M
concluaion that ehe will win, hecause
there ls nothlng ln America that can heat
her belovtrd Cheal II. The reser.Y/> went to
Ifra W. D. Hutton's Gelaha.
Malteaa terrlera have recently been ad
mitted to the club and they were well
repreoented. The Malta Pura Kennela'a
r . kln won ln dogB wlth Dr. M '
' rkhlll'a Pittsburg Billle In Becond placa.
Mra. Carl Baumann ahowed an embry
>.nlc champlon in the puppy claas Thla
waa Dvker Lady, a seven months old
youngBter thRt carried away bluea and
laia galore ln the competltlon whtch
_ed her debut. The wlnnmg bltch
was MIsb B. Corey'B Little KnchantnsK
Among those preseiLt were Mrs John
W Minturn. Mrs. George H Pell, Mrs
.James Dolg, Mrs. A. L. Reynolds, Mrs.
Morrla Mandy. Mrs. A. O. Van Hensen.
Mrs Williarn Bheppard, MIbk E C. Dpb
aon. Mra. Mary Winthrop Turner, Mrs
Irank Do>? S1r" Florenca Mh 'aln, Dr.
tton, Mra Charles Leeter, .Mrs
\ Munaerford. Mrs C Bf Hamilton,
Vernona Jarbeau. Mlsa Maud Ken
Mr and Mra DanW-l p, liitchey,
Mrs U W. *__cLeod, Mrs George O.
Kolb. I>r and Mrs E. N Berendsohn, VT.
I?e Mund. Miss C C. Whltney, Mrs Al?
fred Qoodson, Mrs Arthur Stoppti. Mre
L L Turner. Mrs Dumei), Mrs C.
I>aMeB Talnter, MIbb Allce Beatrlce
' Talnter, MrB. Payne Whltney and WU
Q. Aborn.
T ?? awards follow:
toy prjt*an_a_
_ C.^a* ?V, (pupplea; do?8)?Klrst, Edward V.
ilarry II
f'Uaa i5ri fnovlce; dogs)- First, Mrs. L. L.
luriirr K Turntr a l'rince f'harmlnK.
2S7 (ilmli, d..ga>?KirBt. Mra. L. L.
r Turner a I'rlii'* Charmlng; aecoad,
_r aad Mr? T Hartmann'a Faahlon Plan
oga>- Klrat. Mr*. f. llnrt
a'ler
' ia?? 260 IwlnBcra; doga)?-Flrat, Mrs. T.
londer. t_erve, Mra U. L.
:-rlr.ee ' 'bar
:ea; bltcheat P'lrst. Kdward
? I :. Kirat. Mra J. D.
bltch?i Flrat. B T. Ford b
bltfhes). Klrn. Mra 1
? M?r ? on^, EaWKr.j F F?l_ B
' tlnt I.a.i
innera; hltrlrai Flrat, M I r
Klward F, K'M'a
?
TERBIEIU
aaaa) - Firat.
? ? K3 laajB) Firy. Vi?" K r.
rac Mra J. 1.
00
On Steaks
lt adds a relish whieh rnakes
manv a dish a f eaat.
LEA ? PERRINS
8AUCE
*ni eaiainsL woaccaTcnaMiBt
Superior for Sonpe, Hadi, loaal*.
*aB?r aajd Belaule.
An Appetizvr
Joas ix ?, ut; so**, AaWOta, B.Y,
MRS. J. L. PULTZ, WITH OFKLE
MITE
BaaraaM'a Ttny Chaaa; aert'id. Mr*. _ u.
Turner'a Turner'a Nleolai
Cias* W4 (Amerltan bn*} Ftrat, Mia* F.thei
Rcgtra'* Tinv Lad.
Claaa cm tnmlt; doai" -flrat Mr* Ni
fonnv Son; aecond. all** Ethei Rogera'a T.n;
Lad
n_?* 2*3 .opT.. ao*a) -Flrat. Balta
Ker.i.< - ? :.d I >r M Carey Cork
hlll'a Ptttabursh Blllle
el*** .-? ?-?. flo??) Flrat Ma'ta Pnra
Kennal*' Sonnekln. r***rr*, I ??' B Carey
Orktillla Plttaburgh Ullli
ei_* 181 .pu.ries bltehaa) flrat, Bra
Carl Raumarn'a Djrt_?r I_*y
Claaa 2*n (llmlt. b'.irhen I'?? 81 " ?
Nlcelal'a Y*nk*e r.irl
Claaa 2vi (op?n Mtctiea) Flrat Bla* K
Oorey*a i.itti* Knc._ntreaa. **ooa*. Btaa K
Stlnibifs Kltt\ II
riiM 2M twlnn*T*i bttebae) -Flr*t
i'^r-\? LH1 . trea*; reaerve, Bla* K
Ftlnzlng** Klttj II.
KNOLUH*TOT BPJJI?*?I
Claaa 100 b, blach aad taa)
Green Arr* K*nn??' Bportlng ' banc*; *<
Mr* .1 M. M'.atrr^e a Muagrove a Honn\
M-f N*M* 4~hrt*ttaa*?n'a Dandj Boy
Claaa MI ?? Fira;, <ire?n A<-re
Kannela Pp. rtlng Chanee; sT-oii'l. Blnoru
K?nn*l ? l - Mary
II. Plume's Co'tajre Imp
Claaa 182 rwlniwr* 8ogs) i Arr*
, ; ?? i u i <?? Btaera
bami lon Aiht >n A
'laaa IftS ipuppica. Mtche* ' ra E
? I,* rraoni Ra**ni*r)
'"laaa 1*8 (B
Hall'* bfertnon! I nd, Mrs. v
Adama's UtOesi Olrl
('laaa 160 l_B_lt. Mtch_) Flt**, Bra. a
Hadley's Bal>> BMUtlfll aaeead, Mra. (Jrorae
0. Kolb'a Koaeniar-. Jf?i;
Cla*? lo> (m_a*ra; t ir.ha*??Plrat. Mra. c
1. A v. Mtney'a Roaemary lAdy I'abai
?. Oreea Aera Kaataahr Champton .\>
<!__ 174 (llmlt. coa*. oranae and wn
yirai un aWtart E?taorna* Mesaens-er
taa Iti (?****; doam Flrat, Oraaa *cr*
K*nnela < 'han.r 1 >n Seji
CBaa IM "wlnner*. dogaH Flrat, ? I ?
K?r,n?-]? '' sVacomba Hero
Mra Harbert Klll?ornc'4 Meaaragei Boy, jr.
n] ,:ow.-- . Bra
Wlllard :? Adam* a Patrlclan U.ft M
Mra .i Harringtoa a .
? >.?
("laaa 1M> (llmlt bit ? M.a W I'lard
araa s Patrl lau i
atberwlng; '
Bo**rnary La*j Oi
-.* l*_ rar_n*ra nt rhaa) it."
v.'ir.ard B Ao__ * Fal ? ?
Mrf J. llaniiigton'* 1^-ly Wem.
CkUM IB .n srle*; d"*a, trl r*t, J
HarrlnKton'a Ro***_U_r Lord Algl'. M
Mr* Jamea Dotg** Jlmn.le D ; thlrd.
tnt- k 8 Oftli ' -!?'}
I'laa* tn (liaait; Aa*a>?flrat, M
Dolg'i Raiaboa !.:ttlr i hei i m E Van
U?rth'jy?<-n'* Uttlc Klng Pln
Besa) i ir.it. Mra .iam?*
Roa?mdry Ital.'ilx'^
Claaa 1S0 iwlnntra, dnga. fl 'nrn.a
Doig*a B aemar. Ralabow; rcacrvc, Mra.
Doltr'* Balnt?w IJtil<- c ?
4'iaaa IM (llmlt. bltcb**) Klr?t. Mra Ja.nra
Dotg** Ra_ib4>*j Baaatlful Doll; aaeaaial, Mra
M. F. Kl^aane'a Itoa'mary N 'ma
Claaa W* (wlnner*. hltrhf^i Flrst, Mr*
.lamee Do.r'a Halnbow Hea.itlful Dotl; rrf-'.r.
Mra. M. F Kl?aane'a I(oa?mar\- Kaaaa
Ciasr BB (novire, faaja; red) "flrat, Mr*.
E I Hall'a D*ermont Reaanan ll'.Mti
(-1*?s 202 umlt! doa-)--Flrrt. M'- E I llal! ?
Peermont Tt?-d Sat'.or. ?econd. Ml?? c c \\ I :?
n*v* Adonl*.
(''laaa V* .wlr.nera; df>?B.?Flrat. Mra I. 1
Hai!> D**ii'?4*il i<"1 B*l*ori i*atr*a Mra B.
[ Hall'a D**r*aoal Ro??m*r>- Rn>al.
' Oaaa V* (novke. MtcBaa) Flrat. A. B*
aor.'s Pati-r ?
ri*?? 20?? .llmlt; bltcb**! flrat Br*
Kolb'a Roifniarv Wonderful Olrt; aaeead
j h Tayloi/B Ijartv Amalla
'?laaa BB ior>*-n. blf-h**! ?Flrat. Mra I
Kolb'a J{?.?errmr\ Wcnderful Olrl; %*OtmA, Mr*
j R Tayror'a I.*U A?
("laaa 2K? (wlnn?ra- MtehaaV- Flrat. Mra
(;?or*?- Kolb'a Roaomary *A'?nderfni Olrl; re
acrv.-, Mr*. J. R. TavioCa I_idy itaalB
! I iMKRANIANK
Claaa IM (apaai rto(;B ?n'1"' H paaaidaL iia'k)
?K1i*t A l.'-rt W lii-'ih" OBaagr W** lUackle;
BMOad. Mra B F Mayhew'a IUur") Boy.
Claaa I8B (op*ti; doa* under 8 Pfwraa
a*r*l*tt) Flrat Mra o. w. Qulnl
}'rlmrow CThocotat* Klnir. a?"-oiid. Mlaa I.'tia
Bchllllng** Haughty Cbooa_U Prtnc*; thlrd.
Mi* R F. Mayhew'a Foi Illlla Chocolate
Kln* . A
'?maa l.VI (or>en. do?a under 8 pounia, *ha>i*d
?abUt?Flrat Mlaa M. Keanrt)
Wa*| i MteaaA, Mra. .1 A. ,?Mllman'a I?ar*
Rabl* Mlte. thlrd. 1 ux'do Kennola' OITl?-y
Mlt*
claaa 1*7 (tM; <"?'?!* u_4_r ? poanda, any
otber colwl Flrat, Mr*. M I H?ri?'? Pom
land Vlxaa; aaaaal Aii-er. W l*reeth*a
Cairedbu Mlaehlef; tblrd, Reubtn clark a
Bnowapray
f'lajta l?.M .open; do*?. 9 pounda and o\er> -
Flrat. Mra- 0*?*raa B, Mallaaaa'a IrowaBa
_I(>|la*on
i-laaa 13fl (op?n: d(*i. anv rol-ir or *lz?>
Flrat Mra R F MavhMr'a Fox Hilla Pboabua;
Mr* 0 E Molleaoa'a Brotrata Moile
M )4,, .winripra doaai -Flrat. Altwrt W.
preetb'a Ofll*y */?* b^4*efcle; i_ar**j Mlaa v
Kcnri'-dv'* Po'merla Waap.
f'laaa'lM) (open. l.ltchfa. under atght lounda.
ahadod **We) Flrat. Mla* M K't.n.dy'- Wea
Putterfl" "-^nd Pwlaa Mountaln BTaataaB1
[>ady Tiorrlt
<?!???? I'l (Open; bltehaa under t-lajit pound*.
any other eoloT) Flrat, Vra M I Hrtrby'.
\V-rc^K?. a-yr,lorWr,?h.?
^ Mlaa M K?nnedy** *A*ee Batterfly.
. U4 lartanara; bltebaaj Flrat BajM.
k'ennedT'* We. Btrtterfly; r*aarra, Mr- irank
.rke'a FalrfBX *? Fanr^n
prkin'Ksi: BFAf4_~?,
, <*a* 23.1 I??*?'*> ! f" F,n"' M?_ ?_?__
, ,ah"r. TO* US B< T..d<1lng.oi, ^econ 1
Sj.jffali M a ttoealTl Captd al
maE?m .wlnner.. 8*?a) Klr.t. Mr. B*t*
v,' ' , too U* of Toiii.^to,,. reaen-e. Mra.
x i. Heataaar* aliaaaaBa vi Bra of Aiier
baairna .,,,!,?, ? . t rn n a*.
Claaa Bl "'i'" '' ?.7 M, M
H.akell'. Aahton T.l T? ,.???,"" '^ M
V-n Heljlel, B N..?al* HhU*,
' V rwlnaara. ' '
,,"?* ralrfa* Te?ti Nab; .ra. ? '<
Haaketr* w?n !?"
jAPAKBSE BPAMEL*
lopet, doBM Flrat. UBa D B
^efiSKT'raB^VS 1
. '*_I^open. b.tcbe*>-Flr.t. 8in E. H
Lohn'a eta?r4o- ???-'''.'"""':
, Hutten'a Oelaba; talr*. Mra >? i'?
l
H'^raSta.? '?'""'."?;;,; wl il- "",v*'<
Mra W. L> Battaa'f oei?n?
[
Roosevelt's Nephow Suoceeds
Hotchkiss as State Chairman.
ONE DISSENTER HEARD
Plans Complftorl for Spocial
Train to OhicafO, Colonel
Going ir. Orrlinary Borth
' , ? ' ' : Tkl- ;
mer Coui
was alected nanlmoualj hb rhalrmaa of
the Progri . itoe 3 roter*
? i! Hott hkl??
Tiie Robtl ?nn *S?
roteed onl* ku ba * ?f
Klagi ' 'onntj havo
the rl??.'t!o thal
only 6R of the |? nu
- ? IBO H
other ' ? ' ?
? . ?. . ?
Of Mr. Rohln-on Mr OorOnei
"I know nothlng
na of Mr. Rol n,
jieve that If he wet ?
i ublli woold feel thol 1 aalve.
part\ ?
effair than evei i Bbare ln thal * ?'
\\ bal ' rnort, i thlnk thol i
?
that of Iferphj "t Ban i
At thl? poQBl \lr. Hotel I
order and told I I thrif he woifcl!
elther b?Tc to i i i Bitnatton i
<iow n
"I nnmir al ' ? '??
, Mr (iardner, an i he did
?lt down
Judge Kellogg Withdrawa.
Judge Kell. KF. who had pr
tha aomlnatlon ..f Mr RoMaaon
along with Titnotn\ I, U.odruff, Of
Ktaga; Chauacey J Hajntta, of BrtO, aad
ti- ar I Htraus, al onea arlthdrea hia
name. The election of Mr. Robtaaoa was
ptade Bnanhao ia In aocei '??r-^ ta
Mr. RohtnaOO snld:
"I am young, but I shall *ct over that ln
time I haniien to have sonie unfortun ite
relatlor?hlpa, but thal i eaa neee* gel
over. 1 kOPB "'Oi wiii take _M f? m -<if
i .shaii oadoaeor te kaep up tha Btaaadard
that Mr. llotchkias haw set '
Mr Robtnaori amOed as he spoke of his
rekattonahlpa aad tba rnembara of tha
committee laughad Wlth him at his toklti*
ref-Tenoa to bb relatlonablp with Colonel
Rooaev) lt
Mr. HotOhktaa, aho raal na iri order te
ko into bvaaaa a aaada a ba?f valedlctory
ln whieh he s..iu he aro-? _iw_ya ba glad
to uive bh n. ek thae t* the work of the
party as he ciil.l "A leaUer ln our
,,,,, he deelared, "la not the head of
a polltlce! brokei i ofooa, whera jobe and
eontraota are deerl ln."
In the afternoon tlmre was a meetlnK
of the executive cemmiftet ind later ot
the lep?latlTI committee As no cliair
man haa >"' been alaotod atr Hotehhlea
preetoed Th< aaaaaa lf tba follt wmg ad
ditiona' ineiabera aara annoaaoedi B_aon
ay. Harora, of Wayna County; Dr. Henry
Mohcow.it/.. Of Woa Vork. \\ ulter V. Will
eox. Of Tompktns, ProfOBBOr I r.mk .1
Goodnow, of Nev. \ - rk, UM
Oreen, of Brooklya
Adjunct comicltteea WON BOaOCtod, wlth
laa foiiowii.K .hurin.n: Agrleulturo,
llarold Tuckerman, of t'lster; legtOlatlve,
w. ii. Hotchk?a, of WaetihaotOr; sti.te
badgel and B-pendttnraa O/alter i\ "7IU
cox. of Totritikins; munidpol Bjoeeronjent,
Controller I'reiidergast. of Kings. ballot
H,,l prmi'iTi refortn, Arthur i Lidiiig
ton of NOW York. puhli- BerrtOB and OOT
., ,t?a, Daloa ? ITUeoa, ef
i, .. Brnendr-Otata aad a
rea UtUt ? .' il .onx.-ntio. .
Wllliam i. Ranaotn, of v a fork i a*
aervalAoa J"*"1 ''? B-akean, Bf En
?ockil and Indro trlal fuotlei. Joba A. i
Klngabury, ol W< b '?? - lor, and __j
leneoua, Emory R Buckner, arhe la eeun
S(.i fot tht al '?' Bennti ?? ? Bttgatlno
The oonsmlttee on Boelel and IndUBtnal
juvti.e Ib dlTi led Into Bub-cotnardttaaa
rlialrroon of vh,h are as Mlowa ITi
men'i romi * ?'"'?'
labor leg-Utloi Piofjuaeoi BOaroel lb - '
Cam Undooi Balnhaotai aaga i.
abbOtl h.altli and de,??,..!. nts HOBBaW
and cHtnlnal ;|"" i >:y"<- >-<""??
Phlllp Salant
I oeb of theoa remnUtteea arUI hoid b
I.lanuan W ordei t9 aaapl
out l.: ' ? i " ?? -*n*M |,"v '
.u",,s
foi i ? I ? "; ' '? m h '
? q would latredai a a ra ?
???. fni the Aaaerably aatl B*a
. bllta yhould be r*
Ittet lb*r fnvt
'jrnenda
rlla .ommittfc will also t.i" I ?? foi
.??..? ,:. law f"r priatlai
thal the state
antfl hava b**a .ompwed for
-k state aparial tliat l? 1*
]erfv? ... ::<-apo to-morrow Ht 1
p m. r<' ti:e Natkaaal rrogress.
1 in that Clty. In llR*
_] ? that he 1- : S* 4
. I
berth ln one
af the traia in tb*
tn !"? Thconor* Ftoojievelf,
M naey and Ilalnbridae
. a l.e abotll r In all on
? - . riU be a meeting of
raaaanlttet, alao a BBMttBl
;. glstal - ? BB BtlttM <~>n
1 be n meef.t.K of th*
? ? . laftelatora elerted
.i .. at *i " ? r ? aral con
?. .? r , whlb Senator 1'ixon will
?
MOOSE SPENT $655,000
Mur.sov and Perkins Largest
National Contributnrs.
? ? ..?
., .
< ' W 1'er.
| " tb* larg
otora \ 1* thla
.".?,. iMti. the Clarfe af la*
i ;
..i' tbe BBtkmal ? ? a. A Urtal <?*
? .**.V*d nnd tl.erc nr? ob
j' i ? adlng.
?.ink A
,-.t Q |
? ? ..... |lf.l*#;
? j i t*o i ""iki ?
4 H. kaeber, fin.noo; \v.
J Q Q V.tmler
>,?<?? Ocorai ? aevelt, I-.''00:
',., ti.f.oo (rolleo
fhon ml Haa achueetta,
t.i icoll. I I nmaa A Bdlaon,
< 'Iiffnr.l l*ii. ? ??' I 100; "A W.ini
... J Mrs Kalherlne
McCortnl. k. ll.""". r?eorf4 I Pot. ?
4 H Hooker, |l
V k Mt-i'ormli k, 1 '
Ther* arera hundr.-dt- of fi r-ontrlbn
tloni ;m<1 ? large BBBtbar *f I1M *8M
Bail fcfoaaa party ipettl tso.179
? tatlon. largely for the n.io
nel'a awnm around the eircle; lli.la* for
Mdvertlaln*. * 1L'4.fi*i? for pnnttnir and
< . . 11 donatlona to Mate campalcaa.
-??
LAWYERS SUE FOR $10,000
Claim It as Fee for $100,000
Award by Hague Court.
, ' M*ryara oa tha ?.!*'? of fee* it
j- propei to eharaja ~B*at* araa* abraal m
roataa Caaart, BmuBlia, f*at*raaay
Mial ?f the Miit af the law flrm of
DotMtberty, Oleott & Tonney againat the
i Bt**JB*BfP Company. Th.* BttOT
ney* Mier] fnr tln."^. alleglng lt wa* en
. that pari of an award of JlOO.lajn
b) th. rI**TB* Oaati of \rUtratl"n to
The attora*ya lopraaaeiad
thi coanpaay in it* ctaftaa a? iin-t th^ gov
. ttiti .nt of FaiKtuala for fLMtMmX lt **?
aertlaa u B*l tbal nmount b*eaaaa Presi
denl Casfer* **a*ir*?1 it of vaiaaba* con
CeaatlOBa Tb* law lirm BBBBrhatl the
Bteamahlp coaapaay lafaaad to pay the
?jaajo faa
OtlMT bawyora arere ptao*d on the ataad
,,, ,,..,if\ to tb* laaaoBBhlaaaaa of the
t.,. AttortMy T'rerlerl.k \V. lllnrlrha aald
po.Nl araa a BBalarat* f* la r??B of the
ITOrt the pialntlff- <1H Ha add-d ? , ? f
tba full claim had b**B allow.1 B**U**1
aroaiM BB** BB** a reaaonabl* fee for the
HBWf*** to have charged "\V^ly.?, de
ehuretl Mr Hlnrlchn. "DadaBf Kleld on<-e
, i, ,ff,i! |MM f?* I baH hour's Intervb w.
Oad il was well worth It '
Judge \an Woblaai tnatriicted the Jury
to hring in ?i ?eal.d verdict. Bt ?>e opened
. .ii'rt thir< mornlnK.
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MRS. THAW VISITS HARRY
No Evidences of an Estrangement Ba
tween Mother and Son.
M laeaaiBPB M IBa Tribune |
r .,1kiM-"ii-Mu.lHoii. N V. I'ec 1?Mra
i ., Tbaw, Bf 1'lttnburgh. atrlved
,i. y. and thla aftemoon vlslt.-d
! ,., |. Hurry K Thaw, who la MB
!.,.,: in ihe Matteawan State llospltal
'I Iu- a.i- Mri- Thaw * flint vlsalt here ,i.
?ixty-ali daya, aad it i? bali**_?l *?*
thla Urna ifl vi-w of the pul>
Hcitj lhal receotly haa been glven to a
,.|(,it that tha mother and ?on had ln>
-tranKeil. ? -
li there haa boea a rupture h?t*.(-en
Btanford IVblte'B 8l*y*r and Ma mother
Iher* uh' i" evidence of lt to-.lav, for
., , , * two a <a marked
dlalltj aii-i ?gOCtUB
POUCE "?" HALTS
Polite Captain Henry Censors
"Language Act" on Third
Avenue "L" Train.
SCENE SHIFTS TO TRAGEDY
Officer's Gorgeous Necktie and
Fine Overcoat Suffer in Street
Battle with Earnest Per
forraers.
There are in New York two men
who no doubt will not insist upon be
ing mfstaken for citizens of the State
of Mlsaour! upon all occasion?, and
when they see a man who -ays he ls a
poUoeO?_ will not always say Show
me."
Tralna on the Thtrd avenue elevated
roa i art falrty well erov.-ded of mghts.
? aad oii" that was wending ;t? way
north about 7*30 laat evenlng was not
an ezceptloa. Ia it. were two young
men who, deoplte the foot that thob
ctothtng Indlcated their dlnner hour
probabt) waa around noon, hnd aeery
other sympiom of having dlned recent
ly aad aelL The-. were humoi?ta too.
..f th" Indlana or Harris
burg, Penn., type. and maybe they
were not aa funn; as persons who hall
from Paducah, Ky., but they were so
funny that every time one of them said '
anything the other laughed, and then -
both laughed.
There were others in the car, im?
. irer, who did not think they were sav
ing the prlce of admlttance to a mixed
i!le and moving ptctOBO show
< :-pe. lalI] when the funny young m?n
made use of language that would have'
done credlt to the second mate of a
Mississippi Rlver steamboat hustling a
gang of roustabouts.
Captain Censurea the Show.
("aptain Dominick Henry. he of t?a
Bkurl *>"th Btreet poliee Btatlon, who is
a Che*torfleld. stood this as long as he
thought a aelf-respecting poliee officer
should .itnlet any oircumstances. and
then calmlv wrapping the drapery of
his overcoat ahOUl him approached the
humortsts.
"tjentl-men.'' sald the captain. "thlB
is all rerj funny, and I have no doubt
\ou would not get the hook lf you tried
out the sket.h tlie very next amateur
nlght. hut ao far as 1 and the |OOt H
the imssengers in thia car are con
cerned, with the posslble exeeption of
the meBsetif?er boy there ln the cornar,
I think you mlght make appltcatlon fur
an additlon to the flfty-?even varletlea,
and for the rest of the evenlng can the
ht:;**
"Are you the manager" asked ona
of the young comedUna, wlth nn ln
flection that se?med to Indicate he
thought that captain Henry. for the
nonee ln muftl. must think he reaJly
was some person.
??I am n<> manager' lOptted the ur
bane officer. "I"it the fact nmnlns that
thla show would not go on Broadway
and lt i" not golng on Third nvenue."
All Exlt to Street.
At thls pomt both of the v>ung men
mentioned the name of n pl.ice ahero
the roeoo annual humldlty is lower
than that of 1'hoemx, Arizona. and If
yotj don't think l? is dry there cunsuit
the weather bureau records for the last
..I out s.-mething whieh was trans
Tne guard 08888?d the front door,
called out BOBaathtng whkh t?a* rranB
lafed hy the know Ing ones into "tiTth
street." and I aptuin Henr>, followed
by the comedians, got out of the car.
At the bottom of the atairs the cap
taln's derby hat left his head with a
Hudd.ni.esa that was a Burprlae to him.
Then he roottflod the two men were at
tacking him. Then the "aet" ehanged.
For three mlnutes there waa such a
tnixlng of pollce captain and comedians
that It would have been Hke bettlng
on the Bhell ganee to tell whlch wae
whlch. A nlce new overcoat, good
enough for our own 8am HI11 Pepys
slnce hlB Burtout waa stolen, rapidly
became a candldate for the "I caah
clothes" man'B half dollar offer. A sllp
0009 OoHOr and a necktie that had glad
i
? 4
?&m
OOVERNOR HERBERT I HAD_EY
tiK MISSOURl.
dancd th* Bld4snnaata investigatlon
droppcd ??((. and atlU bo balp caia* fof
ii, Me was trylng to g4't at
hia trtiaty blackjaeb arb*o tw* ctti***?
for tvh"m Carnegie medal- would b*
roptiat*, buttcd ItJ, and ln a llttle
v hiic the ranny oang men were just
i (,uld be to go along 10
tl.e j;.ua! 17th atr*?4 atatlon with tha
. Bptaln.
J'h?\ gave theti Ba**** there a* John
F-'lanne" a:<l Patrleh N>ar>. and said
they llvted ln th* san.e h^use. at No.
IM Eaat Ifth atr?t They were
1 charsc! v. lth ueing rlisorderly p*>rsons,
thoufti th*; aald th*y ir*r* lah<
ASPIRING DEMOCRAT 'EASY
Unique Expense Account Filed
by W. Virginia Candidate.
<'harle?ton, W. Va., pe BV? A tiniq'ie '
a< count of Uin*llB*a has been flled with (
the Secretary of State bf Ignatius
Hiennan, of Wlu-eling. defeated Demo- J
cratlc nominee for State Treasurer.
S'-immarlzed lt ta:
Seeurlng nomination hy purchase |. '.h.
tlpa to Republlcan Piillman port?r?. fll
ilpa to liull Mooae walter*. C. hotels, $K\?,
sr.d ri'is'lerles poetna as hot-ls. $15; tipa
to ?non-pledKed' Republlcan ara
a*9; iivet> hlri fcandldatea rateai, i-?
(ordlnary rate. ahoat $?'>>. "WOtkmTtr (T)
iwell namedi. $3. <ards in"t playlng
cards). r?0; cut* of my "mug," $12, but
termilk. pop. ?eltzer. beer, ale. whlsk^.
hlghballs. corktails for myself nnd
frlenda, over whlch ?? dlsrussed our tna
i'Titles. $35. headache powders, mal's.
liver pllls. Turklsh batha. etc. for niy
ncif the next mornlng, f7; Inddenta
rthla Includes "loans." without a*CUr1ty.
ipa, rootid-upa, tl'ket* for raflle*
pnd halla never pulled off. preacriptions
f - tbe "sl k." *ubscrlptlona to maga
rtnes I dldn't want. donarlons to churches
? I'alde of mv own paris! when 1 am
bn. k two vear* ln mv p. w rent at hOfB*),
M
!MUST FILE SZABO ACCOUNT
: Surrogate Orders Report from
Oibson Within 20 Days.
K'irton W. OlhoOft, tlie lawyer who I*
awaitlng a retrlal Ifl I .range ("onntv on
; a rhnrjre of kllMng Mr*. Kusena M-'ti
i Bohlb ??***, was i>rdere<i yeaAerthiy by
Surrogate Cohalan to tlie hl* aceountlng
aa eiecutor of Mr* BBBhO'l '??'late wlthtn
twenty da\ *
Th* appllcatlon for the accountlng was
made bv Dr. Krltz Hacherauer. Austrlan
Va* e- Soaaaal ln this clty. He was ap
rjetatad Bdaat**atrmtor of the estate when
4",lb*on was r***P**d aa *xecutor. He
ask* th.it tb* laaryaa account for T.l.'iO tn
i ash. whlrli, !t is alleged. has disap
paaiai from tlie estate of Mra. Szabo
alnce Qfb*0* took eharge of It.
Mr*. Glbeon. wlfe of the accimed law?
yer. waa examlned yesterday aa to her
knowledge of a lost bankbook on the
Krankltn Savinga Hank. whloh ahowed
depo*ltB amountlng to $3.0fi2 to the credlt
of Mrs BBBb*. Mra. (ilbson *atd the
only property of the dead woman ahe
knew anything about waa an empty
handbag and t'.ve trunka. and the latter
?h* had turned over to Dr. Fl*cherau?r.
Bhe explalned the rurchaae of an auto
moblle within th* laat year by saylng
the old car glven ln exohange for the new
,one wac her own and that the addltlonal
cash paid waa also hers. '
A GET II
Young Republican Club. Wdl
Hear from West To-night.
THREE GOVERNORS COMING
Hoped Progressi*/es in Party
Will Point the Way to a
Happy Reunion.
Members of New York Toung Kepubh- in
Club, of whieh Phllip J. McCook ls presl?
dent, hope that by glving expresaion to
the progres?t\e senttment in the Hepjt*.
lican party at their dlnner to-night they
will sflmulate action along thoae BOOl
and lead to fhe return to the rartv rf
many who stra>ed away ln the la?t cam?
paign.
lt wafl alth this ldea that the club In
vited Go.ernor Hadley of Miasoun. Gov
ernor aa?I.lovern of WlBtonain and Go\ ?
ernor Ebernart of ?innesota to apcak
at the Hotel Astor to-night. All three
men have bOOB promlnent ln the Repub?
lican party 'Jovernor Eberhart favored
the nomination of President Taft at tha
RapoMlt an ''??nvention in Chicago. ThO
Mlnaoeota delegatlon to that convention
l 88 for Roosevelt. After the otgamza
tlon of the Progresalve party the Gov?
ernor was asked to Joln, but 888?8?
During the campaign he waa one of the
men BBOBt pionitnent ln the Republican
? ampalgn iti the West.
Oovernon b-O?y and MefJewero arora
? i.i the BkWBoeeM aaaweeaaal at the
Republican convention. Uovernoi Hadlev
was the floor leader. Governor McGovei u
lan as the Roosevelt eandliate for temi>o
rary chairman iu oppositlon to Senator
Beot
Ilowever. after th* c,nvention had BO*
Pt_aeenl Taft as the atar .
bearer of the party iheae men did not 1001
in the movenient to break up the Republi?
can party by the organLzatlon of the Pro
greaatae party They did not yield any
IIIllglBBOlTa ideas, but belleved that lt w??
better to flght for them in the rank* of
the regular organlzatlon Qoeoaoot bfe
? rn did. along ln September, come BO!
in a statement for Roose\eit. EfOWOVer,
hia frlend- l.elieve that in the future be
v ould iather work in the ranks of the
Republican organlBation.
Governor Hadley. bOWOTOT, not only re
: to Join in the thlrd party mov. -
ment. bul worked as r-ard as h?
for the re 8?Cttatt of Preaident Taft
* That tbeoa men w-III give some Inter
[eatlng i?wa eo arkal should be done te
glve the Republican party vigor for tha
future le the beltef of the Toung Repub
11. a_ Club. Coming from the Weat, they
will be able to glve the vlewpoint of the
Republieans of that section of the coun
tr>, and show where, if at ali, lt confllcta
with the Eastern ldea.
Pa*aajkeaal N'< holaa Murrav Rutler. of
columbla T'niverslty, ta alao to be one of
the apeakers and probably will represent
the viewB of the more conaervative Re
puLlicans, those who have, not been BO
raady to edopl wmc of the more ad
vaaced Ideoa of the \v>st.
To get BUeb n.en as President Rutler
and Governors Madley, McGovern and
Et]erhart on common ground. se*klng for
a :_s;s upon whlch the men who etuck to
the party and the nicn who left lt may
I reunite la. the leaders of the Toung Re?
publican Club baBOTfa, a most laudable
OBjOCt,
Governor ifeQovorn baa s^nt arerd that
he maj not be ab? to Pet here, but Q
trnors Hadley and Eberhart gra expectel
BbMe lta orKanizatlon u year ago tl ??
club has alwaya stood for ptogreaatvi
ideas, and urged th> m at Chicago and
later at the Btate convention tn Saratog..
Some of Its members voted the Frogres
Btre ticket. but. as evidence of the f* ?
that they d!d not want to leave th* Re?
publican party, they retalned their mem
borehtp m the erob,
REAL GENTLEMAN HURT
Oives Way to Woman and Is
Hit by Automobile.
It doesn't grwoyi pay to be gallant. bj
the opinlon of Grayson Armstrong. ?
clerk. who lives at No. 2W Hlgh strcM.
Newark. He is in St. Mlchael's Hoa
pltaJ a? the result of a courtcous act in
that cltv yeBterday.
Armstrong waa about to enter a Oen
tral avenue trolley car, when he OOffJOOd
a woman hurrytng to get ahoard. H
etood to one slde to all?>w her to so
ftret. He waa Btruck hy an automobii"
driven hy John Poster, of No. 24d
Waahington avenue, and was nadly In
Jured.
The woman, unmlndful of the acci
dent, hurried into the car and com
fortably settled herself in a seat.
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JhEf-Liberty
N_^iional-Bank
oj?*- Hew9* Ycib_K
139 BROADWAY
RESOI7RCE8
iiu. B*****) S?ariti?.
Lo*a*. Di
e.e-.
U. S. Boaal* to *?*?<? CrcaUt?*a
U. S. Bo**1* to **rar* U _. Depo*?t*
Dua iron. Banka I*.
L?cli?ageaUcCl.aria| H*-m . .
C??a . ._?_.?_?__? ** ?-<? ? ?
$20,471,359.72
500.000.00
1.000.00
1,330.259.90
1.532.620 94
5.649.244.08
tfM84.484.64
LIABILITIEft
CapitJSt^k . . .^1.000.000.00
Surplua *ai InJivukJ
Probt*
Cireulatioa .
D*DU*Jt* . .
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2.790.16851
496.200.00
, 25.123.665.12
74.451.01
$2<M84.484.64
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\ _. Pr? Aauau T_ Hj TaL ?.
NFWCOMB CARLTON
V ?P..a. fVaaaar* Uaaaa I .lt*..*. Ca.
GF.ORGE B. CASE
VbaaaVtBa
EDMUND C. CONVER5B
i'ttiMt l>_a~a TruM _,
OTISR CUTLER
Pn? A?4f baa B??la 9*M wi Faa-iO' Ca.
HENRY P. DAVUON
J. P laaaajaFtja
IOHETH S. PREEMAN
V?.PraaiaWl
SAMT7EI. L. PULLER
K...1 a??aaaVCa
DIRECTORS
THOMAS A. GILLESPIF.
PraaUaal Tka T. A Gllasa-i 0*.
FRANC1S L. HINE
P...Utat Ra* Nauoaal Bank. Nr? Yaaa
EDWARD E. l.OOMIS
\ ... P- ?. Dal.. ?.? __) W_a. LILC
ARTHUR F. LUKE
U?. Baaaa *> U .?.
HOWARD W. MAXWELL
W.-Pita Atlaa Partlaaa Lcaaal C*.
AMBROSE MONELL
Ptti.???. laairaaaaaal N_kal Ca.
DANIEL E. POMEROY
VicfH"i'lrit fi itinLuiiC*.
SFWARD PROSSER
rVaaa**
DANIEL C REID
_aii?*a 8lll< LHr?c*?r,i Ra*k
CHARLES W. RJEC-3
V*,- Pi?_ia_ wwi Caaaaar
CHARLES H. SABIN
Vica-Pcaaia?i Gaaiasty Traat C_
FREDERir.K B. SCHKNCR
( kai?aaa Boar* ?> WWBBaB
CHARLES H. STOLT
Baa* Y..a
HENRY C TTNKER
bW****i
CHARLES H. WARREN
TiMauru Mut**I L_ la#?faaaa G_
ALBERT H. WIGGIN
PraaUaat ?aaa NaMaal B._
MERCA\TII,i: ACCOIXTS IWITED
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