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"HAPPY NEW YEAR!'"
1913 Mas (laycst of VYakes
and 1914 Cheeriest of
jarrs great way
\T ITS WHITEST
Hotcis and Rcstaurants Croudod
Vrc than l ver Celcbrations
Are All Elaboratc.
? no-..- ?? . 1 1914 ?
?ere to ndmlre and multl
we eettlngs and
r eflecta that
-n waa nmnlfold The
, irants had the numbera
*e that object to the
Of the old year and
; - g the dwelb ra :n
p -i by the
f. bowerer, wae not
thia year"a weleome wa?
?1 that Broadway haa
| -,??-, ants. w!th only
The new Biltmore pei
and carr' BTCd
?we-e tl r- W* I ? bk UngO
and s-msers entertained. Imported favoia
? * w-ondera
t ? imtng celebratlona.
Thronga at Hotela. ?
?i four thouaand per^or.a were
at the Waldorf-Ai
r the flrst tlme dancing was
?? dtntng roonw. Thia de
?m the hotel's poHcy was made
The Plasa, Gotbam
? es of the more
rder com .rren
i ? AmOng
rtalned nt eupper at thia
Mra J. Lorlmer War
? i a. Thompaon, ktr.
Mrs Wllllam H A. Val
K. <; Bll
Mr. i Wrighl Barkley. Mr and
rd Domlntck, Kdwai
Maraton. Mr and Mrs.
and Mra John J.
. arry HcJbrook.
I Mn M
and Mr. and Mrs.
een at the I '? ?i|te'"
W Henshaw, Waldo K.
' i i >hei P? iller, J
Warren and <'harle<= />
the Vaadarbtlt Hatel h aaewbeil
? . - : In by II
? nlei taiiip f
n. Wllllam )?
Wllllam i.ittHuer. <.r w.
helle; Mi and Mra N'orton H
Morrlaon, Mr. and Mra J M Pltaj
Bdaard T. ? eadta.
Hoata of Hoata.
? U a- tl ?
promlnem i- ople who
?'. illiam K
th, K.dward ' I ow< ?. Al. -.an
Houn ?-? U*-nry W l^>we.
M ? r
' ? at th? Aetei ?*.<. Robert v. Am
mond - 'k* Howard I Beanett,
.1 Clough, M \v. DlppaU, Bdwin
w Dubola H B Bari, W. H. QoaM,
Hamtlton, fJaorgi bnaoa ami
Jamea F. MeAdama
New vear's parties were also plentlfu.
at hotabl ln the Ftfth avenue dtatrlCl
rate prepaiatlOBa for entertalnment
of aupper people were made at Bharry'a
DelmoniCO'a 'he St Regis, the (Jotham.
Holland H.iuse, the Ifanhattan and
the Relmont hOtala llestnurant room*
from l/"ula Martln'a north in Broadwaj
to the Hofbran ?ptc acenea of jolllty and
? i th.
e of ttmse antartalnlns nt the lfe
Alpln were Colonel .lonathnn I Beggl
R N Byerly, h. i,. Beach, I B. N.j Mr,
Aillson. Bamuel s Bolton, of Troys Di
B n i.vons. of Peakaklll; t Aehley
Dent. of Chlcago; Btanford C, Calvta, N
s von <Trampt>, l, If, Boomar B. S. Pow
eii. jr., Lauxanoe Daly, W B Cravath,
Charles Nor.-ro.?s, .Tay S JOBOB, tfubert
A. Wl?e a M Holbrook, Bryan F. RiVBB,
T E. Hardenbergh, Jr.. Krnest Dotche,
Charles J. West. J F. Armstrong, Milton
Cordon. Charles C Whltney. Carl G. Wlll
'ams, Charles A. F rratt. Oeneral R. A.
MrAlpln, B. 5*. nrake. (hnrlon Balltn. Al
fred E. Norria, of PhUadalphlai Oeorge
H Dupee and Walter CaMwelL
The CafP de Parifl, Rustanoby it. and
the t'afe dea Beaua Arta had o
forma Of entertalnment for their gueetl
At the Kn!'kcn-ocker and Ckuldge'a all
tables were fllled. Rector's. the Martln
ique, the Matiborough and Reiaenwebar*!
turned away throngs. It was said.
Tbouaanda llataned to the cblmea of
Trlnlty Church, which were. sounde.i
ahortly before midnigln and continued f<V
an hour. It was the sixty-rlghth sv
sive vear that Tnnity's bells hnve wel
comed in the new year. Cbarebei
many denomination* throughout the clty
hc'd epacbU aan
More tban BM mcrrymakers took parl
ln the double celebration Of New Year's
Eve and the upening of the Cafl Boule
vard's new home a' Broadway and 41st
strcet. Only the tnain .lining room was
thrown open for this occasinn, as it wlil
be a week before the rathskeller will be
completed. The decoration scheme is of
gold and peacock blue. The walls are
panelled with mural palntlnga ol pktur
esque and troplcal htrde, while the re-i
malnder of the walls are cream white. j
? eW \n,u was watoamad ln ailegory
with tango accompanlment.
WEST HAS "SANER"
NEW YEAR'S EVE
Less Rowdyism in the Streets?
Merrymakers Checked by
B relegraph to The Trtbnnal
Chicago, Dec. 31.?With "sane" Ne?
Year's ce.ebratlons ordered bv the ?
of most .-f the larpe Weatern eltiea, tbare
tiH? eome restralnt shown In the outdoi.r
There was less BOUM and I
rowdyiam on the streets than usual, but !
ln the hotels and restaurants there w.is
more singing and danalBg than ever be
f.ire. a?-.<i the eontaglon of the tango was
appai ? bara
in Chlcago horna, eonfettl and tick
lere had been forbldden b; Mayor Harri
wm, bul the atrael faka ? had no trouble
i for the baanad ?r
the crowdi were not notioeably
?ubdued by the regulatl
At ' ? er in the down
town dletricl the reecue mlaalona and
p t.. mldnlght,
outa <>f the reveUei ? were naln
with hymna and eahortatlona. An
of two hundred and Bftj arorkt i
ited by one law enfo c*m< nl
.. to take ovldence of violatlo
Baatauranl keapei a, notl
? anj ebaai
Claveland probablj had the "saneet" j
n.>w . That <lt> R.i e the New
immunlty ? '? ket pii k
arlth Um aptrll of the ooenmunlty Chtiat
reeh ago Twalve banda
with >0 muslulans. were tnassed ln the
srpiare. To an BUdkeBCe Of thOU
they plaved hvmns and patrlOtle
i. . poUoe that
the tiildiiitflit i loabtf law WOUld be en
1 tigidly cut hotel and resta irant
? aa dOWB markedly.
in cinclnnatl the police iiaii the prom
I everj potal, eafe ami aalooa kaap*
... promptly at mldnlght, but
,u k of Bobw befori that
,,.nP Blmilar coBdltJooa pravaBod bi i>.
t,oit and Indlanapolla
I f naoumera were common
, Ar, ha1 lUtt went '.Iry ? at
mldnlghl i? ?? ,h" i""?'"''""ri
ajtu. oi oona heM bargaln sn ? -
aii ilqttora ktfl ?" hand
COMMERCE COURT DEAD
Tribunal Ended Its Short Ex
istence at Midnight.
r-omn ' ' '" '?" ' ' 'f
runl irtbunala In tbe m<
..in- ta Ihe
Iteaca ?t inldnii
, hurt wis eatabliahi
. itn jurisd'.tlon havinK BBW
I tne dlatrtd eo irta i
n.-ii. ii, i M
.. ;,.,,! dtftrlel trlb
., , ,. ,, rVl <? Of tl ? I Oi Ihe
. ??.i theli aubordlnata ended wltb
.. ??? the court
Oardinal Thankful for Peace
? Bj e>legraph te The Trlbune I
Balttmore, He.-. n Potkrwtng la 'he
\ow Tear'a greeting of Cardlnal Glbboaa
to blshops, prleeta and laymea of the
Roman Cathollc Church nnd tO the public
"Thf chlef thoughl that should aoeupy
oui mlnda at the advenl of the Kew fear
ll tO thank the Lord for the t< mpor.i1 and
aplrltual bleeelnga thatBhe haa beetowed
us durlng the la-.t year, hoth as a
natlon nad as Indhridcala
"We Bhould think the Und that ue ar
at peace with the Whole world and par
tJcularly ao wlthln our own bordcra an
w? are free from domeatlc atrlfe.
"We should thank Him for th?> temporal
blessings that we enjoy and for the pros?
perity that ahounds throughout the length
and breadth of this great land of ours.
"Above all, we should thank Hlm for all
the aplrltual blessings that He bas con
ferred upon us individually, and it Khould
be onr rrlnclpal resolutlon to mantfest our
tlinnksRtvtnK by a <lot?>i mlnatlon to ad
OUr dves durlng th.- comlng year ac
cordlng to the prlndplee laid down in the
Goepel and with a spirit of charity to all
men and a hatred to none."
DANIELS 6REETS NAVY
Says Uplift of Enlisted Man
Will Be Chief Glory.
Waahlngton, Da II, In aendlng to
offlcera of the navy a New Tear'a grct
ins. the Becratary Of the Navy takes
Oi afdon to mention the uplift of the
enlisted men Of the navy and to say that
tha department'a poliey in thia dlrectlon
promises to be the chief glory of the
navy* In tha aea year. Secretary Danlela'a
.. ? aaya:
"Th<' Becretary of the Navy extends the
naval servlce. his best wtabSS for a happy
New Tear. The offlcera of the navv haw
provan tbemaelvea eapnble, tactfui anu
? ?' BBl in the performance of thelr
duties In the past, and the men are
BQUally loyal and <arnest in thelr eii
deavora te promote the good of the ser
"The Secretary fe-ls that he can de
pend upon the best efTorts of offlcera and
men to contlnue to raise the standanl 0<
the servlce, to preserve high ideals of
honor and loyalty, and to be ready for
iiny duty that may devolve upon them In
"The chief cauaa for gratlflcatlon Is the
enthuataatlc spirit manifested by offlcera
and men in making effectlve the poliey
of the department for the educatlon, pro
onal and Bcademlc of every man In
the servlce. It promtaea to be tlie chief
glory of the navy in the new year."
SOCIETY DANCES YEAR IN
Hempstead Colony Oelebrates
the Season Gayly.
Hempstead, Nong laland, Dec. n All
the tountry houeea and cluba in this aec<
Uon welcomed the aea year royally,
ii mi odetj foik who bave been
in the babil of golng Into town to see
the new year In celebrated to-nighl at
theli own homea or at the country cluba.
At the Rockaway Huntlng ?'iub then
was a dance followlng a dlnner given by
inaiiy membera of the club Thoaa who
entertained were G. C Milier, George b*
Sanfiid, J, T. Uinman. Eberi Bteveaa
Wllllam ii Pendfeton, G. ( ktlllar, deorge
B Banford, PrankUn Rlckardson, Hobart
H. Porter, HewboM T, Lawrence, a. W
\\ . Page and K. B. Twining.
Among thoae m the Cedarhural and
Lawrence BectlOB Who entertained laige
houae partlea wert Mr. and Mr.- P71Dlam
\ Hasard, J. H. Borton, Wllllam Ray
. mi and Mra Dacdel Ckauncay,
Mr and Mra Woodwaid Bahcoek, Poa
iiaii P, Keene, John C Qraanleaf, Mr.
and Mra George C Wlckersham, Mr and
Miv Henry D. Whtting, Mr. und mis
ESdward a Lynck, Mr. and Mra 0. B.
Wkltehead, Mr. end Mra V. N. Inman,
Mr and Mra George'Whlgham, Carleton
afacey, Grayaon M. P. Murphy, Harrlaon
Morrls, Jr., Prank P. Makepeaea P. B.
and B. B. Vosa aii attended thi
Hunt t'lub dance.
i,, tke Wheatlej HJIli house pa
aere heM al tke bomee of Mr. and B
t'a> ii,. \\ I iln. | . Mi and MH
.? Wbltney, Mr. aad Mra George
Kenl Mr. and Mra J. B Pklppa Mr.
and Mra H, C. Phlpps, Mr. and Mra H
i Nlcholaa, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Cra
vath, and at many Otbera M well.
s- the baoae of Mr. and Mrs. H D
Outhlie a New Y.-ar's dance was att.?tel
ad by mora tkan B* Among tti..s?- who
,,,,,.- from Manhattan ?fi- Mr. and Mrs.
Winalon Plerce, Mr. and Mrs. Cllfford
Brokaw, M< a'"1 Ura H. L Pratt, Mr.
and Mra H. Batterman, Mi and Mra
Mi and Mrs j B Devla
Eugene P. Wtllard Mr. sad Mra Pred
afoon and t '? l? Momweta
?,,, aaorroa there ? I ?>? ? bunt of the
aieadow Brooh kounda
EBERHART WANTS CABINET
Minnesota Governor Would
Eliminate State Boards.
| U I. .'R'a, ' te
st. Paul, Dec, W Uka the Prt ridi nt.
raoi Bbarhart would hava a cabtnel
composed of departmeat beada to be ap
polntBd b) ldmself. and wi.uld .limrnate
Ihe numeroua bharda In Mtaneeota. He
told the raaaaaHtee oa pubak dceoatu of
the efhclem | and BCOaomy commlsslon ao
Qovarnoi Baerkarl haa maugutaied
aeveral mewemeota la tke adrntalstratlon
of tio atati gaesrnmsnt, amsng wtatak ij
? uiamlBstaa, a hsd
rapresonUtrva aaaa of the atate hava been
appotated t" d< vl ?? meaa ' l the
taate luiaisaaaat aas be raa amra eee
NEW YEAR WAFTED
IN HERE ON PAAN
Thousands Attcnd Song
Servicc at Madison
"Amcrica" (iives W'elcome to
1914 and "Taps" Is Sounded
for Old Year's End.
Ta o mli ? ? i |9H, the |
hella .'r ihi Metropolitaii tower baaan th.
? >>f mi old Engllsh ? antlt le. Aa th<
dkl ao, mi nj thoui and ?.f man and
women, gathered In the patba of Ifadj on I
Bqnare Park, aani In unleon the e/orda
Bunplled by Bl hop Qret r:
? ?? Lord >ur flod, be Tbou our pukte.
; j Thj .'i. h in fool maj allde "
Then I Itenct, and all i
the aleetrlc markad handa <>r the cloek
tda ard the tummil of ti i drcle
Aa the nraf of the twelve etrokaa aoundcd
the arorda of "Amerlca" uahared In the
H waa tha i elebration <.f th* eomlng of
IMI arranged by Ihe New ree
Committe. takc thi ptace a ihe
rougher, more popular earntval <>r Rroad
w;iv For woeke churohaa atnalng ??
cletlea and glee el ibe had baen bi nego
tkitlon alth th< commlttce, and when laat
nlghl came every avallable member gath
i rad around tbe bandi tand in tb< ? ?
of Madfamn Bqnare Part to lead the pub
?' W ajroej was ln .-har^e of tbe
ataging and directed the coaeen given bj
Regtim nl Band before tl
eonga were ming. Othara of tha eommlt
tac were Qeorge McAnany, Praaldani of
the Board of Aldermaa; WiUuun t. Man
nlrijr, Feli\ Adler, l.yman Abbott, Dtatrtcl
Attorney Wbltman, R. Pulton Cuttlng,
Kiank MaBOB N'.rth. Allan BjObtBBOn, |
wiiiiatn ,i. BchlaffaUa, Arthur rOn
? i and BCaphan B Vriae. Btahop
Oiaer wma tbe cbalrman and .taeoh a
The weather was perfed for the rele
bratloo, and ln tbe elear alr rolcea of
the aingari roae high abova the aolae and
rackel along Broadwaj and Plftb avenua
I'n -t of the aonga the worda of whicfa
tvere thrown on Bcreena on aacb aMe of
the park. waa "The Battle Hyma of tha
Rapubllc." Then came "O Ood Our H-ip
Paet, "Gutde Me, <> Tbou Oreat
.1. hovah" aad "Nean i kf: Ood lo
A New Year's h;mn, Wrltten by Jean
Dwlphl Franklln, ?as the laal before
thlrty-flvc buglera atood on the platform
and sounded the death or the old ><ar
with ? Taj
YACHTSMEN STAND WATCH
Atlantic Club Greets New Year
with Novelty Dance.
One of the many New Tear'a Eve eele
bratlona was the mMwlnter novelty dance
of the Atlantlo fachi Club In tbe bbl
ballroom of the AutoanoMle Club of Aaaer*
Ica, wblch aaa deoorated with racht
w hen the mldalghl hour aouaded at a
ebjrnal from Commodore .!. Btuart Black
ton the dandng atopped and ihe nghta
were "douaed," as they say at sea. Then
out fron a corner <<f th*- ..aiiroom caune
"Father Time," repreaented by Fieet
Captaln Alvah Nlckeraon. iie was lead
Ing tbe "Baby Naa fear," whioh sturdy
youngater i (Vallacc Vua Noatrand por
trayed. When the llgbta were tutn.'d on
agaln Franeta A, (Vebnnann, chairman of
the entertalnmenl comndttee, sang "Auld
l.am? Byne," aaalated by "all handa" Tnf.
maich t" auppar followed.
Thuse preaenl Included commodore and
Mrs .1. Stii.rt Blackton, Mr. and Mrs.
Alben R. Btearna, Mr. and Mra P. A.
Wel mann, Mr. and Mra Alvah Nlcker
?on, Mr. and Mra ,i n. Qreae, Mr. and
Mra J. W. Love, Horace B. Boucher,
Wiiiiai.i ii Barnard, Captaln Palmer, A
.i. KKchlng, Oacar Taaaatg, Bftlfred
North, H-rheit l? Willlanis. Mr. and Mrs.
Lioyd Blngham, Pranh Bruce, s. +;. Ver
non. Bdgar J. Luckenbaeh, Herbert Jonee,
F. W. Weller, A. W. BOOth and J. M.
CIGAR CLAD MAN A
NEW YEAR EMBLEM
Deccmber Evcning Raiment, or
Lack of Raiment, Causes
Shock in Street.
"Happ] Waa Tear!" eald aomabody
to aomi bodj <-ise last avanJng aa thay
ttood ai 16th etraal and Avanue BL
Then Ihe aomabody etoa turnad to the
Oomt body and e\> Inimed:
"Why, hera'i little Happ] New Year
The raaemhlanca waa vary cloae, for
? man ahout twenty-flve yeara old. on
whom there was no raiment batwaaa a
Clgar he was pufflag BBd hi* abOOB, was
ploddlng along Avanue B toward Mth
?troat, eahlbltlng abaolutaly no m
loraal In tha wonthar or anythlng <
Bul when ? number of pedestnans
Bhowad Intereal la htm he started to
run through 11tb street.
Patrobnan Varnovakj bbw him and
dacidad to take a hand in the niatter.
He overtook Uttbi "Cupld." and, to
genaral ambariaaana nt, pushed
him Into the back rrw.m of a saloon.
Now. it chanced that in this back
room were a tiumber of paraoni B7BO
egpraaaed ?urpriae ln aoprano votcaa,
Varnovaky, bluahlng, liustied his
.?harge back tatO 'he street and BtaCBd
his overcoal around the jrouag man
Dr. Loaanrj thoa toob the man to
j?,n. ,;. ii- ipltal, whara it will be
aacertaiaed wbathar he doea tbal aort
Of tlnrig seriously or Ifl J-st.
British Navy's Costly Mistake.
r^mdon Dec II The Brltlah gnvern
rn-iit lo-daj eaa ? to ihe eanetaatoB that it
hiid ? agj] falhira In tttting the
,^,,1, . avtoefbla BBhrt] aith eka>
Irlcitj B bi * nl '<> tbe doek
>;ir,l to ba ?' l"*'- suhstltuted
fci| , for the worklng of the
?. d Ibal thhi aiO
. |i,000,000 Thi - the only
?blp .n tbe Brltlab aavy Btted with ?
ti i, pawer ll
Miss Marjorie Hubbs to Wed.
v, and Mra l ar* - f Habaa
Braaktj '???? bbbb iw ?'?'| the i n
?til ot their dBUgbtar, Miss Mar
Hubba to CbarhM Harben Deaaart,?
of No. M6 st Marfc'i avaaua, Braoklya.1
WELCOME TO 1914
< Mttaaed from flr-t |in?*.
arere even prettler than those who, the
?portlng a rltera believe, oi ; :;1' nd
the big footbnll games; whlle the
kaleidoacope o! colored end llnted
gowna and wraps made any grand
stand look Ilka a apoiled akefcti of the
Bay of Naple i,
i , . . ? . . i (,.? of humai t:
that COUld !?" found in a six days' jour
ney was In e Idence along the "Maln
street" during the evenlng. Boydhome
fr,,m college for the hOUdays, clad In
nultl-colored mackinacs. bumped yood
naturedty Into tlght-coated, whlte
Bpatted nrrivals on the latesl arriving
?? unehlpa PTom over on the Bast
Bide came a Beparate ihrnng that mln
gled and interminKlcd with the patent
leathered, ple*ted-t?aonied, siik-hatted
contlngent from Flftk avenue and the
small numhers of Bast 1'mpety-umpth
streets. And those from MOW Jersey
and other suhurbs just put thelr hands
in thtir pocketO, tookeo wis- and made
as much noise aa nny one Hse.
In Gayest Harlem.
(Jp tn Harlem. to start at the top of
the mnp and work downward, 128th
latreet, ordinari'v a IIve enoagh thor
[ oughfare. was in a blaze of glory. The
J youth of the clty. who perhaae had not
the Incllnatlon or the "neceatary
i wherearlthal" to take thelr bast giris
| to the livelier caf*>s and rostaurants
! nb.ng the White VYay eontoatod them
aelvea wltk promenadlng along good
jold 126th itraet Tlcklers, the feathery
kind. whlcfa tl.e nollce frowned upon
mi darkly a foa '<ars ago. were much
in evldence i erl ape the vendera took
advantage of the llttle unpleaaantaaai
whlch exlsted yeaterday between the
Oty Hall and Pollce Headquartera for
ceitalnly there were any nuniber of the
miniature feather dusters sold. Alao
there was the tissue paper species of
"tlckler," in dellcate thndta of green,
yellow, lavender, plnk nnd blue, to
flash In the featurea of pe
At midnighl a greal throng of Har
lemites gathered In Fiftii avenue near
127th street, where la located BL .\n
drew'a ESplacopal Church, To the
northern portlon of the etty the bellfl in
the tower chimed out the intelligence
that IBlfJ was a DSOmory and that all
New S'edr'a reaolutlona were In effect.
The solid pro< ession along Broadway
deaae from BOtb streol down tc)
Hth. (a th? drygoodfl sectlon dark
?088 refagned, but at <'ity Hall Park,
where a glant Chrlstmas tree atoori in
a ftill blaze of glory and a mllltary
band t-ought VBinly to make itself
heard abovo the rnttie ,,t borna, the'
M BS resumed.
\ og ' 'ii i- o'clock Broadway,
frorn Knlton street far down 1"
Wall, was filled with persons who came
to the foot of the rity to hear the bells
of old Trtnlty rlng out the old and ring
in the new. Persons who wouldn'l ?<i
lnto one of the restaurants of the
cabarei t>pe on Now Tear'a Bva to
a a niHti h lefi cocBfortable hoaaea
to atand shivering in lower Broadway
t.. baar th*- Trlntty chlmea But then,
lhe> tly New Yurkera of the
whoee fathers and mothera
had broughi them there when they
wera httle tots, and for whom the ail
aarj the cbhaaa tiad a peaiaa
Baeaniag than *he mere passlng a| a
Muaic Vies with Noiae.
Wagotiloads of tin horns stood at the
IntersectlOB of Broadway and cros?
town atreata whlle la tha darker apoca
larked pleaeani mannered, round faced
ajantry, who sotlcttousl) Inojutred of <?>?
? al strolk ra If thej eouM uat
BtCh and l l:ain, chl a|>? '
. . at 2Bd atreet the lights on the
Chrlstmas tree ahone unblinkln ?
carola end a Bpeclally wrltten New
Fear'a hymn greeted the New v
whlle -n the Clty Hall Park mu<'
i. Cnder tke
auapicea of "The New Jork Amerl
a band concerl was held from aundown
untll pasl mldnight, operatic -
aang and [ndiana from the Hlppodi
denced thelr natlvi dancea for the edl>
flcation of the vaa! crowd and the fun
of being a parl of the celebratlon.
ii was noi un!ii the early boiira of
the morning could be counted on the
tinrd or fourth Bnger thal Broadwaj
became qulel thia morning. The
tauranta and botela kepl dlacbarging
thelr patrons, untll one wondered where
they had all been seated duiing 'he
earher parl of the evming. Tazicaba
and prtvate automobllea made the
atreet an avenue of perll to pedestrlans
; t all hours, and the wonder of it was
that the hospltala were not fllled tO
overflowing this morning.
And s<i. with B RT??nter din than ever
bcford, In spite of the fact that nart of
the clty*a populatlon was celebratlng
in a aafe and sane fashion, the New
rear was glven a welcome sucb aa he
never recelves ekiewhere than In H ui
hattan. Now for strfot adherence to
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to hlm of graft among oflli lala thara
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