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AID TO WHITMAN Speaker, (outillent of Keeping Office, Tells j egislative Plans. [MKS ECONOM\ Will! PROSECUTOR l,?r ii?*\?.i iv-r Eled "Heart and <mir s ?.? :.:1 \ppointmonts niotl Soon. . ?-?,,, ? th ?.??? ??i::. lie ?f ? in h. ? ? ? ? i rhorv ^Sg ? rnr". - . er.i ?Id be _Hi ?hfv "*?"'"??? ? ' ",e -.' : Dei ? ? ? ? ? . ' ? rm mmm\ i Life i in America One Hundred I cars Ago B) GAILLARD HUNT How - -j pesple drsss In How did they g?rt ons p.irt of the \'i to the other? What did they read'* ? plays did they see? What wore w.igcs? Read ? |hi| bojk and see. ? ii.r.Q net * V-??n rnCR ?V BROTH EPS ?BO m\W candidate foi re ??!??? tion," -*u\ the Saeakei "There musl be ne mlatnk? BbOUt that. If \??u ??re going tO Irv foi tl . place I ? ould in,,- t.. have rou . .'me and util.on- C4 \ ?? 11 ?elf." Ml ?lint \'?eiiibl\ ir.nn llinmnii would -:??? ??..- that hi \?n? not ? candidate or Speakei .11 \l\i* time 1 he first appointmenl Governoi 1 e? ?m \? ?11 announce ? ill !?.? ; Adjutant General, lie ?aid ?? b<- hoped i?- be able i?? make ni? ?ele? l 0 . known m ten days ? rrtain appointmenl would !?,? mud?' no Intel bei 16, he added It is n< ? 1.. select s i Adjutant Gem 1. I Ihot he mai assist in the n ol -he other member? of the militar) ?Uff I ' ? appointment? ilu.ul,: all I?. made ?> time for the men to g.\ ?bell ne? an ',?i-i?- before Inaugura ? , 1. it i? known thai tin- Governor ? ? ? 1? thinVviiiK seriously <.t namini General Colonel Lewis v, Stotesbury, Inspectoi General ?>f the 1st Brigade, N ?, V V. Among ti> ? deral ion f??i ? ?? ' 1 y i.? Captain Ranuli Compton, of Comban?, 1. M Regiment, Hi? '..?ne ?togs and interested m lu? 11 tine n (. mid he 1 ad de ? ided on ? ingle appointmenl as . ? \ hj everj mail. I- replj to a q C. Tannei 1??' appoi ?. 1 ' ? \- ,.1 ? . ? !'. Mr.'W 1 Itmai nell quali . 1. win? I-, hi ould permit him t>> accept, 1 hope to induce him t?. serve th? pub in- m som? capacity." It 1? kin???n thHt the place in- bai n ? Tanner :> net that ?if Dii > mes ? uggested for Su w ,..,?- .,?. ? ..-'?? . . Ste?, : under Governoi Hughes, :.'?d Wir-low \\ Mead, wh< deputy under both. \ I 01 ? was highl; ? he followinf by, Progre? sive candidate for I Senate, with whom he used ;?> ir<> t< h essed him as "Mj Charlie": ?? 1 . ?iprnlnj ? 1 ! 11 .. I . and ev? ning ai stat? ... talking ta? DOOLIMG MAY GET JOB ? . . ? term of .1. Gabri? 1 nder ?>? . the Demo 1 ii innen 111 .N'en' Vor "or th The Board ??r Aldermen ha epts th matter of form. -prom ? the organization, whie . incy m ?he board Mr, Bri1 who mtic organ ' DC lake," return ol I 1 11.>t Sprii . ? . expir? at 1 end of th? year, If M ng, who wa? preeident of th - ago, went ii 1 elect? He lo ?? . board because i ? McClellan rphy. REBUKES CROPSEY IN GROUT CASE "Demagogic Intemper? ance," Says Justice Bene? dict in Open Court. RESENTS REMARKS IN PUBLIC SPEECH Also Raps District Attorne, i??r Not Bringing Hank I'r?" i detil to Trial. lustice Bei edi? of K open court, rebul ed D Attorn? ' in brinj d M. Grout .ne? ?., " tnd "lap ? ? ? d" o I ? , Hrool tobei 22 : I,.-,-1'.! ?. ?:.-?? |fl ;. , . i; ?.el for 5 , . ,.- i Court foi ,in ?? trial. Score of interested persoi of . ?, th. long t) p? w rittei ? ? ? '? ? looking ? . . . I, ? > ? - emp? ??'." It t t h e ? I '? . i ? ? ? . ? ; ' ', ,:.,. r ??? i Bsferred to the ? , ? "I .!?>n ? cri?- i.i In-.--: j ou further.' lu Bei ti, r ? ... . - ??| thought hi o ?triil. Mr. 1? lerruj t.-,! Just -. e ! loi i , i i n poinl d - or of thi ; I torne Mr. Crops? ? to mal . n the th? Bttacl m? ) ?m. RECOUNT FOR HICKS Supreme Court Justice Orders Recanvass of Ballots. With Rej r- entativi Lathrop Bros n, eriek H .. one i ote i the ? electioi ? ' ? '???'?'? Y,,rk i?i 'trie*. the ballot , ? eaterdi J i tice Ja; the Supreme < !ourt. 1 he ..... ,.. Queens, and ?1 i expected I ecount will be ordered i n t y. Abo it were ? .t. and ... - Tl ? of! ? ? ralit - . ?ue will ><? detel - ?- . ?I., ... ?.- I: pi-., - BEGIN CONVENTION PLANS Arrange Preliminaries loi Constitution Framers. immittee to ? ; M ye? ?' Judge Mori O'Bi oft!.. . - - ? ? ? ? ?. , on obeii F. W president pro-ti the the A ? . Got ' i rnor wh ?an ? I. 1 ? ? . Com The Quaintncsses of By-gone Days rr* 11E fragrant memories of some dusky panelled room in such Old English House as that 'i enriched our literature with Irving'S BracebriJgc Hall may aptlv recur to us in our search for the tit furnishings of the modern Living Room. Recourse to the Hampton Shops Reproductions may make of these dim memories a gratifying act ,. Here may he selected the sturdy Jacobean Table with its i arved supports, the Arm-chair of W'ulnut with its twisted turnings, Caned*backed and carven scroll work, the Grand-dad's Wing-chair for the cheery Fireside as well as such unusual accessories t the paned fronted Coffer or the hang* inglantern whose pierced sidesmel? low the light ot to-day to the rush ? radiance of Centuries ago. fi?ir#? 34 ?nd 36 Wrti jtd St , New York Bri.fr? Fifth See?, ?on n-md.,? ?. - - '? Tffl~ ??? " * *? - ? *, _._.?_.-'- ?$$$\'i ? jH~i '?' -m limr r-i - "* UaftL ? -~^aH?,r .?**~*'rL.-?r? ?a ?' Ir^W'V !,k -Hi VV loner <>f Bdueatloa; Indgi O'Bri? n and Bamaon Lachasen Thi? committee ?rill nol only rempile ilijre?t < of the conventions of otnei States mid of the ?<orl. of pre? ion eonetltntional conventions in this state, inn will prepare ? ?ynopaia of things to in- taken up by the convention a iiivri:?' ted bj variou organl stioni and individuals, Prom auggoationa a readi made it ??...rlii appeal IImt iom< >.i iba n ain loplc '?? be , ?.i, ildcred ... reerganii a ' on ..i" t1 e iiidii'ii.iy. ballot refoim, changing tha . tew of eiecutivc ad mini it ra? ion, revi ling ! he bui In? mini -tra: ion of i ai loa depart menl and revieion of th? i item of ta TO FREE WHITE TO-DAY Queen! Authorities Will Open Dour (-1 Pastor's Cell. i in- i?,\ Bouck w In'.. ?a ho l'? .mil for is month foi I rj ??i. a ?en ?? >? ?i. ? i.: srj Bapti : 1 hurch, will ho re?? a ???! iroi : .? ' . ,, m' ? prison tl mornini I o m, : row light th? i hur? n of tiio ^'.'i .;.. i.v olul i? i., ??i ? In. '?! !.. i - hi pa ?. and foui d? r, "ill i:oi i n !"? eptio ; I.I. ind ,i -1 : - . ???! ? ?. i , ., . . ? . ? ; . eat on th? i ' ? ? ?, ? . , ,? .n . i.. oi U ,?*??'? , . ? : ?? and < him t,. Manh itfc an , '.'. hit? ' nubl? leni| ? IM A nelfkii l ra min? ? ?i- , , .rid CITY HEALTH .MEN HIT AT CORONERS Dr.bmerson Assorts Work of flis Department is Negatived. ??:, ... ... ?., ? i ? ?'???.. of ; '. or . Di Jamen ? - ' I ?..-?. despite all th? , ? \. .? Vor,?. "So fai i *,ro oil i have d? tailed i h? m '? me, -ire i one? ? ? .i l>r. Ewing, 'I il ould prac) * mpui l ??? ? lioner V? ???. ?> '? ': '.". ing thai : 1913 ,.r.. ? ? ? I? r ti,?. ,i ked il ?? min,Ii-,i "No :.,,.'.. ,, :.,.:,, r,|i-.' .n, U Ewing . ? . oronei i to dei n, iffii ieni l'i ?wing ?nid. m'?.:!'? be ? i??? belie? ed ? mys teriou? <?!? den their oi ?gin in ncom pi < ? . i ? . Autopsie? ihould be pei - . I. I ?? i houghl. ii mai '- moi?? . a-.--', both o' n: r- ,1 I ir. I irael I I ? nbei r ind I lr. Pal r,??'. i?. Rioidai ? oi ness? i that ? . ? ?? .','?, and r< i ?.'?ni ??? ? .ccounts. Th? ? question ol ? " . liiey ?a.?I I r ? I ? nborg in si hour, and answered l?verai q ? ? ? oroner Hell? n itein o ? I r, '" , i i .... ? ? i Coroner Peinberg ii d? sei ibing his method ol obtaining a iurj ?aid thai . phyi ??? ? ' ?? in .?? before him oi invohed he trie? ?m, ? ai jur',1 ? Poi .i i. on tim? ried to iskcd the ? , ed Hi ? ? ., rou| . ,? r?-<i into. ? ? I 111 ... . . I ' ': ?. .-.nil Dr. ? pai 11 ?aid thai omit ? . I ' ? |uen1 ? i turn! .i.-iii I I b? given were "mere gut ? INCREASE IN WAR TAX Excess Due to Inclusion of Building and Loan Sections. w aabingl on, Nov. 11 i nd? ruling by Solicitor Johnson, o! th? rreasory, eollectioni from the ?ar t.i?. be several million dol?an in ex? es) ?mates mad? bj I The new rul.ni* will require pa i ? . tamp ? ? ? oi ill ' ? 4?:' building ai .1 loan throughout the L'n ted S1 ?aid to effe? I more I han 6.400 ' ?il:-, i. ?ng '???? an?! I at rhe opinion ? 'rom ti. opin "i of Int? ? ? ? Attorn? General, v , .. ? , pr?s? a is held b i her? to ? ?? ii ? . that ai ? (Tori itic to Igh. r-truction of the i ??' . ? N ? ? , ? 'on- ??, he taxed ? ? ' Vol'. ,11) !? ? : ? -, ? ?? ? anguag. I ? i ,? toi ? e build ng ? r ihareholdei pt from the ta ? ,. ? ;ei ;?? ... ? Mayor Going to Philadelphia. I. ,,,, Mit? hel ?" ? conference ?1 Mayor? in P ???.lie.! municipal and pnbl e ?ei rpora ? utivei pre?enl ; . onl inu? ? ? Board, ???? ill deli? i ? ? ? ? . Fetei ? ? .. ? ? FREAKS OF a'dAY'S NEWS. I ?. I IK ? I mg ta ?? i ? .* ? . ? .?? I?. . . , - ? ? ? ? ? _ .. a .- ? HARTMAN UNABLE TO OBTAIN BAIL Family Fails to Visit Cell of Man Accused by Widow. 1 ? ble to raise bail '???? Rich? i,i d .1 Hart man, a bom Mr ? ha? lotte 1.. Mec? enaie u euaea of the ..r' ? ,,f almo ? 1100,000, ??? il a loaeb ?luv Ib I ... I . 1 member ?>? his ime In from their hemi i ? him, and ni 8 o'clock be gave ui <?f obtaining bal nd pi pared to pend another n etll. ? rford T. Marshi II, ? .mi' el, laid estei ,i> ? >i im.I h pan Mrs. Mack? nsie II? i"1' b< II orne ?.i i? re urn? -I it : ;.? "? ?? an ? >i,<. .i-, trial, in, ??.?In. : r>- ? . . .f Mrs. Maeken lie's moi ni es ted m i he "Deal roy > ob Mr. .'.-it-;..i!! said, bol with i.il' Ige ai ? ''? Ubi ri i ? ? ? Il , i , ? ? ? .'?11 ? ? ? ? it she r of her ' ? ? i .- ? li' housi ' ... r | Dp, ri'id her roue' -, i?\i" tl Glen 8p old. Robert C. M ? ' ? : ' Ml the ra If :'??? ? I - .... ? | f | ? I ???, I .? ? i .,, leged ileniu,^- iritl ?re. Macl coi meneed, Hartman p'.r? I a ed i tome home al I ? i ng *>i 5,000 on th?* ? I the | r \ -, , v.e?I bj in 'o the ? La ' \ ird F. I iui:in. ? ? ?htsined s .'! . rtman, . I .?er! a claim of ch is *>.il< pend h r?i hnve '. ?1 h.;t?*hfr? rarleil pleading n?** \ time, it is undei ? - ? grand i Part One NOW at AH Newsstands! The M.?tter Mind? That Pr-*r>-,iT i In? Work. Ot'nial Document? ,md rinc? Isniation* by H iii, no ii i?r German] ? ?a? \ , hola? ..r K11--111. ri.-.i.iin? I'liln? are ?I I ram 1 ? ..?uric?* at I 11 r l.i.lil. |*< r.r ,,1 >.r? m. I in . l<M?hlhlta ami nthrr rul?;r.. |,n nib.'-a t uni? irnl lll|l I,.:,,.i'? EAiiNENT AMERICAN H1STOR1AN9 I Hl IHK IV ? Hill HUM I*- I II! \ II' IN -in 11 It I III.II 11 II ? I ' uuMM 1 ? 11 ? i?iroa*. I 1,111 I ..II I 1? ? II Will M \i 1 1 1: r. Bit M OKO I of . ? Symposium ? '? C01 :? ir,por?.ry Opinioi ? bj '.rnr-ric.ie. Mi.itorian?.. ' ? ?.? .1 . v 1 1. ,:i I 1 11 .HI . ? Dr 1*1 ? 1 "i Mil-ban LL.D.. Ph.D. 0. Wllllaa ... P l.? ;i ? ni? Or. Wilii 1 l!?WI" Hy?i ll.i). n 1? . - ; i Von Kluck's Historic Dash for Paris. o . Alhan I.? -H H irt 1 || 11 Ph.O. ,? I-.IQ. . ? Mr 1 Ph.II. H LL.I Lllt.C Or. AM? ? ' I mi-I Ph.O. r ^?-idr-ion I Anrl -., jir, ..ilanl, .?,1 prriffnor? of t,i?:.ir, rti 'i. A ? - . r.|,|a?. These Books Are More Than A Collection of War Photos ! *?V-?*A Of ttjc ? he New York Tribune Photographic History of the Great War?Part One of which is now on sale a* all newsstands?is superbly illustrated with photographs sent daily from the fields of battle by a ataff of 200 special photographer*. As a collection of splendid wa" views, this Histo*-;/ is of surpassing interest. Bui it is much more than that. As wonderful as these pictures are, they form bill a pari; of the real value of this great work A work whose spe? cific, permanent value lies in its con? temporary, official record of events? compiled from abso? lutely authentic sources by a huge staff of trained his? torians and military ?strategist s-illusiiated with selected photo? graphs, and written from an impart?a', unVi?-ssed viewpoint. A Continuous Series One Part Every 7 Days Thi- History is compone??, of a series of consecutive parti?one of which will appear every seven days. Each part i?< uniform with all the others in size, paper and printing. Each is a splendid book?printed in beautiful photo? gravure Sepia on the finest quality of pap?_f?8 inches wide by 11 inches lone,. After they are read they can I)?* hied away until after the war, when they will make ihe material for an invaluable Library of the Great Con? flict. All it w?l cost you then will be the price of the binding. This Work Give.** the Correct Historical Perspective It deals with established facts only?which arc set dewn in their proper chronology ?ind proportion by a staff of trained historians and military men carefully lelected for 'heir ability and their neutrpli.y. Further than thi?. ??ach nation is given space to present its own case, ihro ugh diplomatic papers and War Office r?-cords. Through I hi?- of?chl chronologic-?! ?ummnry of the Cre?it War you can get ihe proper perspective of the tremendous < nlr n*_***l taking place. Each week you receive?MOT a mass of rumors, report?, or argumenta?but a san. and absolutely authentic record ?ii facts that have been selected from all the nevs lourcea I ?? trained hiiloriam ann editors who KNOW *?vh.>t i> import:-,,!" and what is not Each Part of This History Costs Over $10,000 to Prep.ire It is made up by a staff of 200 photographers in the field, 300 correspondents and trained writers, an Edi? torial Board of famous historians, a Board of Military ?Strategists, official documents from diplomats. Droch mations from rulers and other high source ^0i0? AI /-Vil. NEWS STANDS P.r. 1 r*( >ll.a| Ml -? -?a ari m amtmgaata* ">?? ?r-m? ?* mm In* your ?r?a, ?I ?**? ?jmoar. ?.??4 il', te Tn. Tri.?na .ni P?rt II will nal ? , .-,.. *? ?.?ori *, ?lir.il.a.tf. ' '??' ' *V ? . ? ?