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"HAPPY NEW YEAR!'"
SHOUTS BROADWAY 1913 Mas (laycst of VYakes and 1914 Cheeriest of Christenings. jarrs great way \T ITS WHITEST Hotcis and Rcstaurants Croudod Vrc than l ver Celcbrations Are All Elaboratc. ? no-..- ?? . 1 1914 ? ear'a t the and ? ?ere to ndmlre and multl we eettlngs and r eflecta that ear -n waa nmnlfold The , irants had the numbera ?? tlnga, ckar u here USUal fam *e that object to the Of the old year and ? I ; - g the dwelb ra :n p -i by the *'reet f. bowerer, wae not thia year"a weleome wa? ?1 that Broadway haa v?de. | -,??-, ants. w!th only The new Biltmore pei and carr' BTCd ?we-e tl r- W* I ? bk UngO nv. jen, lianceiB and s-msers entertained. Imported favoia l".';al' vther Tinu ? * 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 ack, Theodoje ? i a. Thompaon, ktr. Mr. and Mrs Wllllam H A. Val K. <; Bll Mr. i Wrighl Barkley. Mr and rd Domlntck, Kdwai and Maraton. Mr and Mrs. and Mra John J. . arry HcJbrook. I Mn M and and Mr. and Mrs. Nring were een at the I '? ?i|te'" W Henshaw, Waldo K. \ Hoffman. ' i i >hei P? iller, J * I. Charlea 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 Roberl ||< ?'. 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 Excise Laws. 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 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 their arrangemeata 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 e - 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 rtaiaa . itn jurisd'.tlon havinK BBW I tne dlatrtd eo irta i n.-ii. ii, i M oa n. .. ;,.,,! dtftrlel trlb ., , ,. ,, rVl <? Of tl ? I Oi Ihe . ??.i theli aubordlnata ended wltb .. ??? the court GIBBONS ISSUESGREETING Oardinal Thankful for Peace and Prosperity. ? 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 ally: "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 vlea "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 th*> future. "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 aomli t]iv NEW YEAR WAFTED IN HERE ON PAAN Thousands Attcnd Song Servicc at Madison Squarc Park. SINGINO DROWNS CROWD'S TUMULT "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 new yaai 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 lie aini ?' 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 IMe m 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 Tbee." 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 flaKs. 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. Btewa ?.-? 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 now! 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. ?- e 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 a 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 MULTITUDE DINS 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 ?**BA_ 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 aingle | 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 those resolutions! To Search Blackwell Records. Joseph Du Vlvler, Aaaletanl Dlsti I U ? ,. p. >.'. lll go to Blackwell's laland to attempl to verlfj from th-* rocorda etatementa ttiat bave bahn made to hlm of graft among oflli lala thara He wiii take a number of aubjMrnaa with him. HUSBAND FORSALE; WIFE ASKS $1,000 'Td Rathfr Have My Cat." She Writes Woman Requested to Make Purchase. BOBtOBi I ?? ? ;;l v>' I 1 ??II, of Qa m ??. w.niis to seli her huaband ba dbw, ? ? ? \ i !hubb, ' ravolul rr," have .(or < "hubb'a :.rr. st by ' Ba deii aata 1 r buaband to bi i ;.n<^ eaej K< ing. MIl Mra Badafl to "i eea whare you need take > are of ypur i fath-r to i am a I I ng to soii n d for $1,0001 il n worklngman and * r' d of aupportlng a famll "" amall pa . and we don api"'' Bl all oii ;.tr | ?| or ftienda n> n I i be coni I tend the my l ar." DOMINICAN ELECTIONS "FREEST, FAIREST EVER" Result Regarded as Distinct Achievement for PresHlent Wilson*s Policy. ?hlngton, ! , the nee of more I n Banto Doml I the reeen' l ? tha "falreet aad fi kaaa" ever held in the country. The oppoattton to the govt Is an unusual elrcumatance in Banto Ho mlngo, and the Btate Depe re la mu.'h Rratifled with the honeaty and I ness whleh its effnrts se^ured. T1'- whol* Incldent is regarded as a dlattnct achlava* ment for the Preetdeafe Latla*Amerlcaa poilcy. HBgi B Oibnon and Frederu-k A BtaTl* \n%. who. acrompanie<i by Herbert Jer dan B abter, weat to Banto Domii go Cfty aa lepiaoaaitarrrna of tbe ? for the purpoae of r< ? from tweaty-ntne other \\ v,,., the eouBl 11 Porto for the purpoae ol ii. .i to n and made thali raporl to l Btate. Mr. Btabler has stopped In Ha The aaBdlng of the Btafe Deportaienl t| and Of tbe ' Pjlee proved an an iualltt< d ati cordlng to a stat- Dapartn inm am e ment, deaptte the fad tbal l ?ome trouMe hi ba arhere the oppoi ben from I ?na when I nilmldal in? VOfc _ Ptolip Moiris 1853-1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 i 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1896 1895 1894 1893 1892 1891 1890 1889 1888 1887 1886 1885 1884 1883 1882 1881 1880 1879 1878 1877 1876 1875 1874 1873 1872 1871 1870 1869 1868 1867 1666 It ") 1864 1863 1862 1861 1860 1859 1858 1857 1856 1855 1854 fOTHERS Defeated by: o a 9 9* a o 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1896 1895 1894 1893 1892 1891 1890 1889 1888 1887 1886 1885 1884 1883 1882 1881 1880 1879 1878 1877 1876 1875 1874 1873 1872 1871 1870 1869 1868 1867 1866 1865 1864 1863 1862 1861 1860 1859 1858 1857 1856 1855 893 892 891 890 889 888 887 886 885 884 883 882 881 880 879 878 877 876 875 874 873 872 871 870 869 868 867 866 865 864 863 862 861 860 859 858 857 856 855 854 1884 1883 1882 1881 1880 1879 1878 1877 1876 1875 1874 1873 1872 1871 1870 1869 1868 1867 1866 1865 1864 1863 1862 1861 1860 1859 1858 1857 1856 1855 1854 a, v-w Baaaaaaj ? 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