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HAIL DAVIES AS
ANOTHER RODIN
Admircrs of New N ork
Artisl llmk ti. Exhibll
of His New Works
QfOW OF RUGS AT
VMERICAN QALLERY
ttagp from I ooms of the 1 0%i
\ttyarpt* , rthusiasm AaVOwf
Ol \rt.
?
'
?ae **i
-
... ,lraw
- that
? utthy
om hia
! done
tlety.
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JaatgaaB
f
The aai'
B
BO.tV
DRIVErTrliErD" AS THIEF
Express Wagon Man Admits He
Stole Jewels. Police Say.
? ihe i
....
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TARIFFTR'ODUCil^MORE
REVENUETHAN EXPECTED
Reports Indicate Falling Off
wlll Not Exceed $36,000,000
a Year.
r..w tar."
more re..
?'Biimated ..
'
^**oot K
tha flrs*.
?
'
? ot amount I ? ??
8 >aar u;... __ W(,..
W.MB.CflO mora thai
*"4. ruatoma rex, f more than
***?**?** ln N*.verr.8
_ ?' ? ?
.
onii ?io., ? ?
.ount for tl,*- \, v. t -! 11..
thi:
"11 wlll | | . ..'.,.>l(
n t hl)
? total Tteaeur. rJlal
J
hut 1 ei of dl
ln Decemba u.,4. nearia
Tl.
? ? MD _<*nrr;t! fund
on Di I tho
. i
'
LYNCH TO RESIGN
UNION PRESIDENCY
State l.abor Commissioner to (iivc
L'p Ofticc at Indianapolis
Wednesday.
M i.ymli. Commlaaionei of
I N . ? \ olk St..',. fl
I tlu Internetlonel Tj po_t
? '.UtlV4
councll of that organlaatlon In
!Hnh(M>lis on W< He will :i)>.>
turn o\4T all tl-.
?f tha- unlon .rnd ki
? ? 4 ... .-...;..4 arhlle in of*
<
There will nol
for tl ' Typoap**ephh*?l Unlon
until Maj . ' inni.rlmt.
? m D ncaa, ti'?-' '- i. ?
:r.l bj T 0
' thla ? it\, liist
llitj "ii Mr. Lynajj* t<> Imi
.:, and turi ? bonda .?ni
; niotiea, ..f ih. Internetkmal unlon to hr
\t thi ?
II ?,|4 4-tate.i
i that the propert) of the Internetlonel
? couM n : ed over to Vlce
u nt Duivcan until ell the membera or
: tiia- -xecutlv. I of the unlon m ???
nt.
? pai metnbs i a of tiie
n
?-. An.r iii.. ? Lebor et
\\ ? ?? | ? ' flral .r^i-f.J.
? . l.llt
ill commlU e on hand ;it Ind*
| lenei
re two facUoni mlon,
'..ne of whlch ed to Mr. Lynch.
.i ras.- of unlon polltlca. Tlu. faction
Mr Lynch la rei
klnd lon ?.'ti.it would emba
?Olutlon f'.r lilm
- end propert) "f ,
* Im re la nol a do ibt
eent *a
ounteil for. We know. tnttct,
ninted for
? A} s on ;. J'" 000
a month t" tht mal unlon and
elve almeel
i for oM w
le, msurance an.l otlit-r ma
i Tha- : .ward paylng the exi fl
plng up the internatlonal union."
PRINCE'S ART HELD UP
Troubetskoy Has Statues Crit
ed for Appraiser's Stores.
Paul Troubetzkoy and the
penled hhn, were the
e the French IJne
: their arrlval in the
*
aeveral bretntee. j
? by the pttnce
ibition or sale.
the Atlantlc
^r-re on dleplay la th**
th, rlnce.
i obi4 man aaid hr
? rh ? iimi*- |
? i . |" dlapla) aom4 ol
-.." of Mis. Willlam Aatoi
', .'hat:. that 1
? to ko to the Ap| ralei - Store? |
? ? ; - nter the jol. of
All the hot*i baggegc of th>- couple wen
?rhltt R i
... ? lowed to .
. he had Ler-n here three
..I an rlifflculty
with I
Lynch Names Upstate Inspector
Albany F J.\n<"h
<.f Labor. announced thr
ntmenl to-da) of Bdward D. Jaek
luffalo. a f.? ? mbl) man,
tor of the
"iii Inar-ection dlmilct. which include*
fll ti ? ? outalde of
t< i Ne** *. <.rk. |
AT THE ACADKMY KXHI'BII ION
THE EDUCATED
They .just daub and daub and
BOOK SALE FOR "CAUSE"
Autographed Copies to Go Un?
der Hammer at Cooper Union.
Bl all womi n roti '.'" Thi
? i "Nay."
"Ha! Ha! Where krt
t. .
This InacTlptlon WdP written bj I'ru.k
ln, P. Ailam.s in a < opx pi h
whi. h. xxitii mor? than one hundred
toaraphed booka, wBl ba floid ai ?
;.t the Authora' Evenlng, under th.
ptoei "f thfl Woman Buffi - ' . at i
Cooper Union, Jan iai i It
Bicbard Le . .,. ?
Harrlel T. Comatock, Charlea Zueblln,
il Thompaon Beton, M< i ? ?
h M< Bnerj Btuart and H
Tarkl igton ? among Ihoaa a ho
glven rolumei i" tha "cauae."
Authora'
nti r d< mo the V
art j.
There xviii \,- ten-minute ape*
ten popular authora and W'llllam Hard
. halrman Hen |i H"
"all siar iu il" : Llncoln Bteffi I
Mackaye, Edwln Markham, Rlchard Le
Qalllenne, Ellla < i Jonea Charlotte Pei -
a ||] ii win, Edna F?
?... .. nn.i .\i turo Qlox annittl
pi ..4,'! amm* inged bj- Mra
Paula Jakobl, leadei of the "ti; x
; Msti irt ni tii. Wiiiiiiin S;.-'
party.
?-.
Nathan Straus, Jr., Buys Puck.'
Nathan Btraua, li . anno
tbal ii" had boughl a controillng Int*
in "Puck," and addad thai be I t.
make ll the foremoal weekly of America. ,
"Everything x-. iii be done ." acoon
Ihla reeull thal brain**, energj and m
ran sn- >ai*l.
FLINTSpNE FURNITURE
FOUJSTDED 1840 ?FLINT QUALITY"
REMOVAL SALE
STILL IN PROGRESS
DURING THE WEEK
JANUARY 5th to 10th
WE WILL OFFER OUR
ENTIRE STOCK
AT AN EXTRA DISCOUNT OF lO?o
ON PRESENT PLAINLY MARKED REDUCED PRICES.
MAKING THE GENERAL
REDUCTION THROUGHOUT
20"" t:> 70?"
GEQ C. FLINT CO.
43-47 West 23*^ St: 24-28West 24^ St:
J*[ew IdrK C'vty
(i\ I'. Vou know, them "il |
.1.. ul.:
GOV. GLYNN USING
INQUIRY AS CLUB
4 -.ill iii.iarl from II." |H4R?
tallor, who hi '' hanga
(|..\\ ii ..ti hia i.i eaat, repl ?
"l om insp..'..:. i ? hual ialk
eroundt I'm too oldl to be ;< tallor
I . cho ~>; rpn) ^.it me
thla political 'chob ' i gontrol lo
. ; s -? Ighl grandchll*
tl i <-ii eln ad) ."
I_o farrner who
... u hli h Bn m araa
-,i|.i ? . d:
"Breaa llved al m alater'a hi
,.!,. re I eleo llve l i?? elwaya i enied
. to work "ii
Monday and lea . v. ? All
,i. j Tueeday he wo ild opt nd (lehing.
end wh< n h? waa nol aii - i -ter ?>
... Sahing. He never nrorked.
-.,i.i I.. me on< ? . Thla la a hard
job I've gol thia jrear. Laal year 1 gol
? where l didn't ev4 n hai ?? to leave
? D4 i t" my
s. Nelaon Hand, anotl ? r Columbia
nt-t farmer, aaid he came to Albany
with b man i ' - to attend a
hearlng I i :'1"1 In" ?M''1,
the Hampden Hotel. T began
' talking of grafl ln the Stat< Hlghwaya
? i aepartment. a cording to Hand, ttt -
i liua i
??1 knoa lomethlni about II I I l
haken don n* for M1""1
Harriaon E. Pratt, a aul en '
town oi Chatnam, through which
the TOad Mell ia built paaeed, aaid lhal
? nt him a ebt h foi l_*50 when
I hlm
oi eampalgn a \
. ned the i h< fh l wdUld be
I,,] ropi i '"* hlm ' t ll I ?
Id have i" paaa Hnall) i n thi
?I f..r it.
Offered Team of Horses.
-i |. , | ,|. v. hich coel the Xtaix m.
.... linlehed
ei t"
*>ho* "? I ttem 'i mbllng to
? ?
to hli
-?.... for .:
...i from a iphali to maeadam
..i hlm ' * of
\\ T. Bh) ' ' ''?""'? "i !r
......
? cocnmlt
ln I91_ R :'' ?**
ph Murpb: '?
.. atatem*
only
4.... from fhyne tl
Paul fl '!'1"
; III) '
mmunltj I -^'ig
i.n,.i whi n the hearlng opi ned '"
?i in
? tad?
|aJj ? alted f? :???;
tried t
admll tl i-i
i;..\ .???mi i ? lohn ?'.
CotuuilPt ? ? * ?*?* *
end B4 hull
,i ror twent) -? - "-"??.-c in
n it Bul tk hu!' Z'- msist.-fl he
did ii..t know ConaaJw had aa nita-rect
i;tiiit<Ts never erase ;>. thing!
m on Ui- Job. Tha i.. -t ad
miaaioa along thia im*- thal Oaborna
could exti ' ? ?" ti"' wltnaaa xx,,s
"thal rumor had ll thal CiHiaaltu wm
in many compai
Ti ? | idjourngd until flom.
,,,,,, ? ? .late of
which X4iii be aoi later bj Comtala
j biui.'r < Nflbonia.
Girl Gnn Wielder in Court.
Margarel Liaaa, who shot Mayer Blm
i ion oi i.nber IX, aaylng thal he ha?i
to marrj her, wai
. ,1 before Juetice Mayo In the Chll
ii i 4. itarda* i " Maa 11
Bchlapp, ...i alierdat, reported thal h<
. s.iiiiln.itiiiii Of tlie gtrl'a
, -.<i xxitii."it ball
untll to-morrow morning In th** coal
,; ibaau L Ton aa.
"TERRIBLE SEVEIT MINUS
Frp*<?rnity Pin Reduces Dcsper
Pte Oangsters to Five.
aboola f?r
i , alrlH maj ? ??? fron ri d
,.-i, aa ? x..i' nea of
Boclnl ineallgi et poparlaritj onghl
L .., t T* r, m. nilaai i ?! I ?
i*..'. 01,
Robeti M.">:. arl
Ihe ion Tii? two membflrt of tb<
? t. .*> found i. BiobeiH Bajra thej ?
. in trin- "atlek-np1
Incldentalty tii** lo-* r,t the pin beti ?
lo ii,, polli ?? of lb* Hatk I 'T'""
the newn thal th*- "TetrO ? -
The I
put '., hli d bai ? and
l\x< | Bfl* ? '?'.'? ? '>'.
Mr,,,.. 44 ... :. .......
\i- .... Rlveralde Diive, an*
at R *ptoi v- ad. In 1 i told
- - ? '
ri.iin avi nue and '? - '
\\h?n tw. I - i Bng upon
i 4- . -t.-.i from hlm Ihe much pi
.j,,. tog. tb. i xv :', , ? .it- n .in.l
"I dldn'1 ? an *??? '?''"?'
ii.iin." ?<.>t>l)*<l Rob* rt,
nix pin back."
Thi n the i oil* thi meelvee, ? I
Un .suit thal Herberi Parre
Weei I 'U'i"'- M?
181 Weal
watch and < bain and tba pin are -.i!,i lo
? :,,. ii -h-. r.x. , ? ,i ln the !-"x a' i
ln**. ' from th
two roungatera th* ronfeaadon ti"<! I ?
?"i'.-i rll le I ? ? I arho
"him; nut ? portim .i ho ? .
in v.d rrtn ? i. Th* 'gangatera" wei ?
...'. i ln . ii ii ?! n. lj ?>
REPUBLIC HITS CRITICS
Directors of Junior Body AUack
Oharities Report.
Addreaatng the *emt-annual meeting
the National Aaaactattoi of Junior Re
publi terda Ben B. Lindaay,
Of I '? I x-. i. pointr.l OUl thal the Btl
ti.?- Jui lor Rajrublic moventenl
it.s founder waa verj almilar t" the attack
which has heen made upon Ihe juvenlle
courl movem* nt and hli
Robert 0 rretl of Baltimore. n rtlre* t"i.
>ai<1 that after reading the .ei.ort of the
New Vork Btate Boal d tiea he
i.;:.i deelded II 44:1.4. 1 oti. his <iut> and
'.. ? . ome t.> ti"- defen* ?? of 111 - -
.li nior Republic i.le.. sm rutl ?
aaulted In tha
lt xxas uruunlmoual ? : we,
th,- (hrc-tors fl itins
" ;i,ior Republl* 1 and the a<
ment amongsl youtb generally tbroughout
.... I nltfld Stat- a ar.- in fl pOBtttOI
. *ali .'.;..'
plea and methodfl than wera
in.- oard ol
of a -1 iglfl atat* . \x boae r*-. ?
Indicated upon it- face such a complete
J lack of comprehenaton of ih*. Junloi B
1 ubllc ..J. tbatantlall) Invaiidata
- ompanj Ini re* ommendatl
"ln fact ni 0 thia .? 1 "1 ?
onix Importanl In Indii tting ? Mii
, '? glance to outworn methoda long
repudiated bj leadera in aodal n form and
W. L. Bull Funeral To-morrow.
Thi runeral of W llllam L Bull. who died
. ..11 rridaj night al hia home, No. 111 Eaal
...tii atreet. will ba 1ipI?i to-morrow after
? .it I o'clock, from Orace Church.
| Th*- .<.??. iu. Blatterj re* tor ..f the
I church, ..nd th* Ri 1: h. Balcom, of
in Ingto ai oM friend of Mr. Buil, xxjii
I .'iti. late The burial xx 111 i.i ln Or*
Cemeterj*. The honorarj pallbearera uiii
: be Frank x Bturgla .\ .\ Raven, 1
j land 11 Perkina, 1 leoi gt B 1 '.le 1 k.-.
1 Hun. and Beverlj L'boatea, all "f whom
I 44 . : . Of Ml Uilll.
OPERA GRANTS BIG
TICKET CONCESSIONS
Metropolitan fo Accepl
Subscriptions and F.limi
nate Premitirns.
PROA1ISRSTOPROTFCT
PATRONS OF AOENCIES
Pirchasers of Chcapcr Soats Bc
come Special tteneticiaries
of New Syst.m.
I Tlu- Jleti an
th*
IihihI Ing of *ubeci ' INTII
? ii. Th.- '? i
tim.- fot*
?
Th ra ea thal al'
the
\ artotlfl tlcl
'
'
through
I?ric4 ti
?
. ? ?
i the opera i ompan) or l
ahall i" ? the
I ine;
-
"j Th- Mi
1 n.-w p m i ? given In a i
I wltl ' the
enl
' The a.
I in yi
I made to the Metropolltai l.eooa
... ita i- qneel I irnh hed the i I
compan) wuh their llata r.f iuch ?ub
.? h .if \<. h... ? mpany*
Ing clrcular end Mank form
t malled to the > ompany indi
thal ? rei m "f auch
iub icribera atlll pn fi
? ? the ak> ncli -4 v hlch,
aa h.i . ? ? . xpialm .1 from tii
- atul eon*
arhleh it v.
I for the opera
"The opera ? ?
! the fact thal hi ??'?-? ahall ln
ipalled b) an)
re than the regular boxofflee price
for :ny aeat In the ho iaa Thoae proflt*
Ing eep4 I it ortU
bc tl.- purehaaere ot I
for irhlch tl i
?
COPPER STRIKE TO GO ON
U. S. Agent Fails in Mission.
Blaming Mine Owners.
Ha u_ht< ? m. J ??? I Iforte to end
? ike of i ? ?>!" ? mlnei ? by concill ?
i to-nlght John B. D ef the
,: tm- nt Oi '
?? 11 to brlng the wa
? .. thet He did not healtate t i
blame bla fallure on tlu u.maproml Ing
| attltude of tht mine "
' "ln a nutahell the qim atlon -
inlen tnt i -4 l
or arlthout diaciiminatlon. The coote
. fufll I tO .1" ' 'll'i
ifnal ni' mbera a-?r the unlon,
. m - i i-r imort.
?li truggle 1 nd,"
v. Hiiti'ii. ehiel
u . -? tlon ol Mlni
The unlon'a leel aroi d wai
wlthdrew the w ?
t.. be taken bj
afflliated wlth th< Ml< h ?
tlon of Labor, the United Iflne Workera
' ?
Oak and Walnut of the
Seventeenth Century.
'pHK drowsy quietude of the Sunny
Summer Afternoon seems to be reflect
ed in the panelled hall of manv an old
time English Grange, with its oaken
Table and carven walnut Chairs, its
pewter bedecked Dresser and the meas
ured tick of the tail Clock spelling the
lagginghours on its brassand silvereddial.
The Hampton Shops Reproductions
of Seventeenth Century English Furni
ture?Reproductions, which lack naught
of the charm and personal ity of their
originals?canberehed upon to bringinto
the Living Room of our own homes this
same air of restful case and aristocratic
refinement.
Ilwto
34 and 36 West 32d Street, New York
Between Fitth A\e. and Broadway

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