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WASHIMlroV W AII rS Feb Ib I ith 17 1 Tho Tle Ti Investigation InvestigationInto Ine tlllun tlllunInl
Inl Into the charges chlrll ill 1 hrlheryln hlbl liihy In tlio 110 election Iclon of II S Senl Senllor Sefl Seflhr nv nvtor
tor Clurk n 01 t Montana loIIIIA which hlth fcai M ben > tn dragging draggingIt dI31glll dratcttIt
It slow ow and nd kllmy Im length 1llh along Aloll aorl fur 101lhe the limt nix nixweeks pZweke 11 11k8
18 weeks aow k8 reached reAchl1 the grmd turning turnln joint 11111 lo IIIA IIIAhen tu4a tu4ahcn < lay layihen
hen Senator nAlor Clark Clr hlmiclf was ves al put upon 110 th thliml the thlllnd theettnd
liml llnd by b his bl aiunsol clnl exScnitnr uSwllor Faulkner The ThsI TheSecakif he heScallr
Scallr Secakif ra gate bb 1 ttmony lmon tllml cnJznly I I wilh I4 I4frankness lh > ARprpnl ARprpnlIrankle tppant tppantffaflkllpLM
frankness Irankle and Ind without wllwll nny M nervousness nervousnessner nHrI18n Ilan Ilannr nian nianner
ner nr llo 10 lb toll with lh llh tho utmost 11allt unconcern UICICHn of 0 it UK UKlarge Ih Ih1Ie thehtrge
large 1Ie sums lml un which Ilch ho hail contributed lonlrlbut1 to II t the State Stolaelection 5111 5111elclon Stateelection
election elclon In Montana Ionlln In lb IIDS 1b98 3 at which hleh members membersof Itbr8
of the Ie Leclslalur were chosen dlosn He 11 declared declaredthat dellrl1 dellrl1Ihal decnrtLthat
that he hvl blllo no iii purpose 1lrpl at II t thai Illt time lme of bulnic bvlnl bvlnlrandldA a acandidate acandIletM
candidate for or the lle Senate SII am ant he t Intimated Illmal that thathe Ibalh
he h had hIIOUd gou rather Illhcr relurtinlly lelulMII Into Int flt th lb thi work ork of ofrescuing 011f ofcCUlfll
rescuing 1f luln IhuSlnle 1IIISIIIo Itie State from theInly IheUII the 1aly one on man Iln power powerHut pwr pwrut puwerhut
Hut ut he ilM dlllo RO Into It 1 fin n tlm Ihl mnilltlon tnllon thai If I h hwould hv hv1ould heiould
would 1ould supply the necessary IPI funds Ilntl Ibo woik of ofthe 01Iho ofthe
the campaign cmpAIn would wull be nian malg rnanagd Knl tiy those Ihos who whoInduced whoIndlc1 whotnduceil
Induced Indlc1 him biO to Join 1011 in II tl l th matter Illll and Ind that tat they theywould theyoul1 theywoult
would oul1 see to the prudent 1luloll UilCHt eipendlture upldlur of the Iholoney IholoneyTo money moneyTo moneyTo
To start llrl tat with wlh h II he had hlll given rirPI them h 11 ISSOOO 130 then thenloo000
100000 00 then Ih 1 140000 UO and hid h3 i4 finally Ina given givenabout lun lunAoul givenabout
about Aoul 120000 00 In payment 1lmelt of nil 1 lb the bo contingent contingentdebts cnlnienl cnlnienldebt contingentIebt
debt debts Iebt Incurred InrurrP In Helena Heena during dlrlnl the lii session Iniol of ofthe 01Ibo ofthe
In the theevidence theeidenco
the leglriature The Mrontreit IronKM point lnt
evidence idcce of the virlnus Yrlol wllnehvn lne who bo h ha hid hidnfl d tftitlfled tftitlflednn tUto
nn n the other side Ido were ee one onller alter the other oth brought broughtto brlUh
to to 1 his hi attention Ilenlon and were er declared dcare by b him bll In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the most mot posllive 1llre manner manler tn al absolutely ablule false fMThAI feluThftt falseThat
That was M especially Irlll the case with wlh torlei trel told tld by bySell 4 4Salt a5all1ko
Salt 5all1ko Lake City man naaied nWI1 Jackson and by h the theFlev lb lblp the11ev
Flev lp Mr ir Ir Warren WArn of Helena plna Th Te direct dlle examina examination ezsmlnation ullna ullnalon ¬
lon tion was A8 closed ce and ald the croMcxamlnatlou clouamnalon will willbegin wmln wiUbegIn
begin ln on Monday MondlY morning mornlnfthlef morln morlnlhl1 morningChief
Chief lhl1 Justin JUMlr Iltanlley llnlcy wa wa l the lb first tnl witnMi witnMiand wm wmal1 wltnuianI
and al1 his 118 testimony 1 tmoIY revenM rOII1 a sull 81 V1i IIUrhr further attempt attempton AltmpI AltmpInn
on the 110 probity prhlty 01 the Supreme 5lplfme Court Cou In the Well Wellroina WI10lM Wellcome
come 10lM ilisliarmenl h lllclenl raw tl cas In reply repl to question questionby quetola quetolaby gueetonby
by th the Chairman CbllmAn the Chief Justice Jltc faro aI his bl age ageat agelit I III
at II 19 I his hi birth birh place 1IIIrl Wilson county cunl Tennesnee Tennesneehis lenneeeliie onne onnebl8
his residence rosMolcI Helena 1111 Montana Monlna and his hl official officialposition omca
position pillon Chief CII1 Jurtlce JUlio of ollhe the Supreme Suprell Court Cun of ofMontana 01Monlanl ofMontana
Montana Monlanl Hi I eec as 8 well wrl acquainted acuAlnl with wlb Dr DrTreacey Drfa Dr1racey
Treacey fa who whhttrted h had hAllrid tried to Influence Illuence Justice Jut Hunt HuntThey UUIL UUILhPY huntIhey
They hPY had lue left 11 llrlriia 111 on the name Nme train taIn and Ob ObTrrarey D D DTracey
Trrarey TIAr had ntopprd I < ppd over at Chicago ChicagoThe CI1A ClragoThe
The Chairman CbllmAI11 ChalrrnaiiZu lo you ou know th th the Institution Institutionnf IDtutc
nf lenrnlig Ir1 11 at lltn ler I Iidge dge Mia MuafChief Mufbl Miaa
a Chief bl hief 1 Justice lu tC Urantley BlanteYe IlrautleyYee Ye It I I II the tb College Collegrf Clel Collegeft
rf I Montana Moulnnl under un < or the Ib control of ollbo the Pmbytnlan PmbytnlanSynod l PreabytnlanSi2oII > blnlan blnlanIrnol
Synod Irnol I am a memlirr lwl of the Hoard llm of Trustee TrusteeSenator TruteeiSenAtor ui
Senator 5 nnl < Clark IArk Is I L President PfWnlol nf the Ih board boardThe oalr boardIht
The 1 Clialrman Calmao ChInuanVho Who Is Hi the principal princp of the theInstitution theInlllllon thelntliutliri
Institution InstitutionChKf Inlllllon InlllllonId lntliutliriChief
Martin MartinThe Ialll Chief Id JURllce JI ttO nranlley TIAIIyTI TircialleyThe Ths R n Re T Dr A A B BMartin D 13The
The ChairmanDid harmlnI1 Dr r Martin MArin rrrr pe e you youabout youehout ou oulhl
about lhl the Wrll Velliiuno lmo disbarment dbbrnlnl CAM CIT If 1 to t state stateall 1110 1110Illh elatecli
all Illh the circumstances circumstancesiilef crcurstau crcurstauI cltCUmStaLCf2Ief
I iilef ld Justice JuMlo llrantley BrlnteI IJrantle3lt It waasome Wlllmo time lmo during duringthe during duIngthe
the tbl latter lAter part prnl of f October Octobr or fr Ibo first frt part en of I No November Xovemher o ormtr ¬
vember rmtr lOll yenr lr It I was IAI a Monday omJA1 morning morningI mowllr mowllrI
I met fpl Dr Ir Martin artll on the sidewalk Idall as a a I Kent nllnlo nllnloIh Into Intothe Intothe
the Ih Court Cour how lou He le Mid he would 10ul like lke to so some 1 1I ee een
me I n it t few minutes mlnul I nuked kd him 1m him to como cnlO Into Inl my myrIBoe m1Im myoffIce
offIce Im In the Capitol Clplol We Ve went nlln In and nd 61 at clown clownHe do downlie I
He HI took lok a letter lel r from fom his hI pocket Ixkland and said 51 Read Readtills nt ntthl Readthlq
tills thl and In1 I will wi talk Iltk to you I opened pni the letter letterIt leitr leitrI
It I was wa l In manuscript on a I half h1 sheet of notepaper notepaprrI nlplr nlplrI
I do I not nollhllk think I looked 10ok 1 at tlm HI signature e1111nlu but he hetold tf lietold
told me that Ihnll It wns IM rn a letter Iron mm OI Mr Clark CIlrk I Itd illd illdnot Ildnot
not pay Pl1 any In Attention IInllol In I tin opnlng ollllng sentences sentencesbut snlencs sentencesbut I
but I read In It I MibMmtlnlly Iuhlnllnl thlt thI S Seo Jgt JgtDrantley 111 111raley TIi1g4Brantiry
Drantley raley and ad a Ak k him tint 101 to allow alow that enr 1 tnil tnilrnsn > d dman
man mn or orhallrnlllanl that grrandrran grand non Wellcome Wlrme inde tf 10 re de dlsViarml dlsViarmlI dlblrt dlblrtI
I atopped atp reading rAdln at that Illt and handed the Ih letter letterback 1IIrbck letterhick
Q What Whl else pll took tok place Iro A I s eald id to t Dr DrMartin hrMartin r rMArln
Martin MArln that I wai I i only 11 nn Old 1111t3 niPinbr lmhr nienr of I the court courtand cOlr courtand
and Ind could rud not control fniroll tin action Irl 1 of if the th court cotll if il I Iwould Iwould
would olld and woukl Ioul nut if I I could I had got 101 an anImpression AnImprIon enImpreselon I
Impression either rUb from s > mMhlmr mlhln which he said
or from rrm iwme MiO hint in the th newspapers nwsplp n and I added addedthere Aded AdedIbre addedltjere
there seems len to t be l b an Idra Id a nut nlt that the Court I Iprejudiced I La
I prejudiced preildll agaInst IaIMI Mr Ir Wellcome lcORP That fhlt Is en entirely enttrely I ¬
tirely thel A 1 mistake rblake Them hero In i no prejudice prejudlo asraJnit asraJnitMr a01 a01Ir agaInitMr
Mr Ir Wfllrome Wlrm I know knol his family laml and Ind you rOi know knowour kDOWour knownur
our relations relalnlL Of cmirse Im you ou cannot Impute Imputeany ImpulIn lnrutenY
any In nY prejudice prjudic to me m and an I can cay IY that tha Ih other othermembers olbrmmbrs othermembers
members mmbrs of the court louII have 11 no 10 moni than I hate hateThat bArf haverhat
That fired Irf you uU thn Ih axmirance 4urance that tbl ho Minll 1111 have haveA hl
A 1 lair trial Irla nn the Ih facU and Ind a determlnatlnii ttumlnalnl nhaU nhaUb ehailj
b b be reaclitl on th ths nieritn lrl Hi thereu thrulwl thereupon < on took tooktho tkII tiokth hal
tho II th letter and Ind led lUlhe the riKim rl and ald that 1111 was Q thg end endol fld endof
j ol the whole matter matterIn IAUr IAUrIn matterIn
In answer tn tf ti qinsttona ulons by Senator Snlior MiComas MiComasClUef McCom McComChief lrComalel
Chief lel JustIce Juhl llrimtley Illnly Ilrantle Mid he did not no know knowwhether know1hlhr knowwhether
whether 1hlhr the Ih letter 1ltl I < v < in Senator oIIIor Clarks Clarkl hand handwrltlnei hnd hndrln handwritIn
wrltlnei writIn rln hut Dr Ir Martin 14ln said aid It was wa we a letter 1I r fp I IIr frnn frnnSIr ra raMr
Mr Ir Clark ClarkSenator 1 ClarkSenator
Senator nlior Clark Clak himself hllU was M 4L then called AINI by h Mr Ir Ir1lulklr
Faulkner 1lulklr ami In1 ai n intrndiictiry ntrniliictirv to Ii hh li tMlmonv h haid hlAid tie tiesatd
lAid aid that Ihl he li had lie lived Hrt In il Muntana 10UIIDI fince Iiice lflfl lflflJlis IbnIliii 1
Jlis HI renliieniv I idenl had hld been u In II Unite lul BIICI Nil > IHTa If71 Ha Jo
had ha buen b be n cnicaKed eCIId thori lr > in II very many mal different differententerprises dUlrelt dUlreltnrprl difrerrutnterprLee
enterprises nrprl nterprLee meriTniilf nWlrnlle IwnUnir IImUl ralnlnir mlnln the re reduction re toMr ¬
duction duclon olo if f ores ire and Ind liimuerin liimuerinMr lullrl lullrlIr lititiertiigpart
Mr Ir laulkniT 111111 llavw hay yuu UU ui taken any Iny active activepart artivedurtion
there thereSenator tbneSlator therefienatot part JAt In the Iboldllcs polItics of Montana Iunlau since slOt you nl have hlre Illre IllreJAt been beenthere bn bntbne boenthere
Senator Slator Clark ClarkYei Ialk Yes I have hle Nnn btn actlvaly Icllaly cthiFo en enpaced n naf nftged
paced af ftged in noUtlcN loUlkN over since 8mr I resil r residd idt d In 11 thn Ih State Stateparticularly SIII SIIIprlculall tttt ttttparticularly
particularly prlculall during dUliu tlm Ih last flftwn 111 or twenty twentyyears Iwenlytthal twentyyears
years yearsV yearsi
V tthal i What have hae IKTII 1rl your our political 1lltll afjfiationi afjfiationiA arialon arialonh aliatlon aliatlonA
A I 11m am a Democrat DemocratQ llllnml llllnmlQ
Q Have 111 you I evr ben tn a I menilxr of any Iny other otherparty ulh ulhIary oilierparty
party sirue 11 you nhI I have hlo been 11 In 11 Muntana lolllla A I Inever IeVr Inever
never Iary eVr lnvo 110 liwi liwiy IIL IILI IPCILQ
y I Have laro you UI held helt any an ofllrial omrnl rnsltlou 0110 In the Ihoemoralc
Demorralle emoralc party part rr prior llr to yuiir olr elwtlnn Iuol as a Senator Senatornt Sllltor SllltorII
nt II the Ih IrUlwl 111111 t rijted Slates SIAs1 A No o olllcinl olrli piition piitionexcept Vttlonexcept llun llunIp
except Ip as a chairman thallmln of a I Mate lllie COIIIU Committee ominlttee I Inever f fMnr fnever
never was ni el clttiI Ir > tnl to I an Al nlllce ac I wai I wa 1resident 1residentof
of both ivailltutiunal iinitentloiui entloiLs
hlh eoIi lloIH in I Montana l ontana
In 18 HIII I8I and 1WW 1WWQ 1 1Q lhMQ
Q Have la you nu 1111 mil any AlY connection cOlntlll with lh th thnational Ihl the thenational
national Democratic nrKAiilMtlun nulll1l1
naUfnal IOrlk A I was wasnn 1111lIlhe w woil
nn lIlhe the Kxecullie CitmiimieD lnlll1 II I ul ullhv the tti National ullonw U DfUlQ DfUlQcrallc Denjcratic ina inacratlc
cratlc Commitlen In IH1KV IIMlIa I MW MWI
0 I llavn lIa yuu 11 ever pr < vtpirid 111 < 1 to t any political posi ¬
I lion In the th State IAle of I Montana ninra In you ou have been beenthere bfO beenthere D I
there A 1 cannot Kay Ir hat 110111 I liavn of II my III own ownvolition ownvolition 11 11rolitlon
volition I I 4a ni a nomiuated fur Congress by A
Democratic He 1flcrati cnnveiillun In IBM against my own
diet I llri tried d In auid II till It ItU IIJ ttQ
U lid > ini > eekanyiith cek ek 1111 any thr rpnalllnniiibsraiirntlr pltion 111011 iiltettiCfltly b ntl
to 1SVJ l8 3 A i In I 1M olio thrw Ih r were rr tv tin > lecLilnturrs I leg i isintitrea nlllllll
in Montana onlanaIho Ihe Demwratlc I Llr LegiIatu Rtslaturn lllllro and
the Hepubllcan IxRLsluture I was wa A elertjd lel d by
lb the hl Demucratif JJemocraiIILIIIlUre I 1goIiiture iruslnture as 4 rue le ol o tin II Senators Senatorsof
of the he United Unll1Slal Slates with iiajor MaKinnln as my mycolleague mycolleague
colleague leal1u The lh Flection was 11 ronteMoU howtrer howtrery hll er erand
and VII e were re lit nh oteit oteitQ 1 1Col
y Did the DeuiucrutH have a majorily In that
JIIIIlall1l1 I > erislalure A 1 think them was AS one ull Populist Populistrotinc lullIsloUn Iopthityoung
young oUn wllh the Deraouatn elUnB the DeoiurraU DeoiurraUtha Ieoiorrathe
the majority majoritypolitics majorityJ
9 J I as the > neAt time you ou took IIn alllre l14rt In
politics pohll In 1888 A lex 18 bo far an 1 WIM M per peronally perjk
onally Ina1lX ionivmed ionivmedQ
jk Q J Slate tate Ui A the comrallte what hol occurred A
I was Aa nolicilcd lidkd by h a numlr nml r 01 f mr 111 017 frleml nrat
J to help them organize Hie in Stale IIIlo airnliiat against what hAt KM KMcalled fAealled wa wacalled <
called the Daly power r and alter cnnsldmble
dlscusnlon of lllbe the he matter I concluded to do no i
O C Was W Aa there any 1111 mciUiic at which 1 bldl you OU were re
Induced In luCf1 < to lake III e thAt pwftlcnT poI pnetth l loaT A e PI The Themeeting 1n Themeeting
111 meeting lInr WM AI held at allll my ofllc la Quite earl early all in
AuruNt AuruNtV u I
i V Who were pr present at thai t meeting A AFnn
110 loy Ilaur Mr MrDonoulrh Mr laDJIb1I1 laDJIb1I111r
11r Neal a11Ir Mr Mc1Jermoll ed d PJaII eetUy 11rr Mr 1Jaid
I Fnn
Fnny y 1 What was 41 the object nb t and iwpone of that
nrt Hr t meeting mp nlt A The object ot that mrrtuitr
was as to consider the feasibility felUl hll of I our undertaking
I to ii organize the State 1 Ilu luxi hid III had a previous cut cutvenation cutTeraatiou I IlMllon
venation wllti itb Joe Ilntmer IlAI r Dial I would take
tlw tl mailer Into ronsideralion ttiat I would otl1 look
the country over a little and i tolftbly > wnil IHI out
two 1110 or three people to 1011111 Ctrl the pulse Jul of r the 1 put 1lUIl ptitttchat lie
y WhatwnslhesitfdalpurpuseiifortranlJuzon Whal hat em 1lI1h the SIdAIIurlel1 1eI urose if orKAlII1Juion on
that onaxlim rcu 11 ain A t The i 1Iricv lltim nf 1 lrnlana Iontaii M h
far as I the Ivmocrau 1 IIItraL are concerned nlnIl hwl 1 l 1An > vn a ailltie AIlthll atIthe
tIthe wild There Th hart l hewn cii a f union with e lth Popu ¬ I
list 11IttJ4 and with lIh Sliver Republicans I was op 01 ¬
posed J to that and others IPr8 were we oppuwd lo lOlL it L V We e
believed iur that throuifli that IAI baton Mr Ir Daly had hadaecured hodaeCUIPtt hailaecured
aecured control tonlrolullh of the Stale A numl number > er r of people peoplewere JPullo1IIpre peuleacre
were nominated who ho were not no Democrats UemIClAssl at
IaMt l a 1 t the Governor was 1 n Pdpulht 1 and h was waselecVnl woeelected M M1clt
elected 1clt > l lo ollli o tiflire Uk Our object was M to endeavor
to organize the Ih Stau il tAII ti In the Interest nf nllh the lb Demo ¬
Critic Cnl C party and to break ilawn d n what bllt nat M called
the one on man power rule In that Slate
y I Did you aerre I14rr nl I that time 11m to help the Ih or it ¬
I ganization on lliat that line lin tlnamully A There Therewas lhe
was cnnslileraMe iliMiivlnn 11i IIn and talk about cull
Iributlons I did r1I111II1r1I imdrrtako lo IAlsllIlInl I assist them so o fur in
as the th linandal part WAS iimiini nloll l pruilcd Jr JI < ttllny < they tneym
would peollllily InIrlne 1M InIlUr matli r o of organ
hall iratton on I AMlhal eahil that I bIll no 11m time 10 glr give much
attention to hAI 1111 oiil I di1 II eerie l1nAlly It ti furnish
lund 10 the xlnl Ih they might dm dem m absolutely AlulJ
necessary in n a prudent PII nl way
Q WAS WMlhpre there any all ili ItcuIn cu l < m At that Ihaltlm lime as to
your 1lnlt lng A candidate for or the United lnll States
Senate Senal A I was m nlnlloll1 ntlnnmi Incidentally fndd nllllly by b
GOT ct Iliuvr and al aJiI ty b Mr lr Nenl
J When you youeall 011 said aI1 you oIWOIiIcl would omtrlhule did you 011
hare any l1li reference IIerlll whatever II U Ui > tae Scnalorshln ienCtnnjlp
or only to hit IhlIIIzlIlhI nreanluilion < > I the Ih loriy I < A ly I y I
rnntributlori nlrl utlon had 1111 to > i rrftrenw Hhnu hllllIr hntu ir in li lli the
6 6tlLrhJp a > i < iMlilp ll hud lOd rifivtUiB rlcr u to the 111 hltualijti tItuitliiiH I
l and d to t tb Uij political condition cnndhtlonoftheStati of the State Sla Wit WitI With Withrefronto WttIirehtsui
I reftrioi refronto to the SniJBtonhlp II WM 1IIl1o1l11ellUoned mentioned U by
I Joy tUiiMtr that II we Her uiveniful In th thiur the lI1eSWite thelt4ta
SWite eiot1Io ClOtIofl5 1 luuld Wldoublcdlf lead III nl nlbolllir my
bolllir iur ii dCI eLectI cknl < 1 l to > the Ih Senate I M Mwould 10leJ him 1101 1101wuIiJ I ISUUILI
would not 110 allow my iU naiun to 1 In ivuplixl with tl tlHeiiaVinulp I lire lirefleiiatoh1 he heliruatoflWv
HeiiaVinulp fleiiatoh1 Mr NeaJ eaI Lieu made 11111 < 1 some refer refejfiiiirs rele relen referiiivs
fiiiirs n 10 u it In a similar way IY He is a very ry on onlliunuwUc IllIhllIHlle CtIt
lliunuwUc t Ii frliiid ul 0 niinn I told him Ira Ilkat the theuUKiUon IheIIU thekuwiUlu
uUKiUon IIU JII of my W landllacy all I rI1 aq for the LolUxl Wak UaUti UaUtiSdlotit takr takrieIiat
Sdlotit ieIiat was Ao not nollJ to be cuunldernt that tire Ih qurstlon qurstlonIn
In my UI mind won f1tll1 to ti 1 rntcue rrote tlie I Sl ilt 1111 l from liu U IJUft IJUftI xiwer xiwerI
I Hlilili ut hllII mud ba l teen lu my In iiiiuiluii iij ILtthti fxerilMd lAr e t unlaw unlawlinu unlDwlulIYflnlllreUIIlIih unlowIuflyanitfoutieItbh
I lulIYflnlllreUIIlIih niutitrs ulI I ltindnulnteiiuon ltindnulnteiiuonat 1I1 < IIIU InwnUul1 InwnUul1al
al 1L18t I linu nf 0111111 belnit a candidate fur Hie Ih Senate txiuley nale naleQ
Q Ulirii 111 dlil Jim oil iliti dqtefiuini 1 IIrlullI > riutnn in your UF niluj to A le lea lioa I Ia
a randidala for lint puaitluii pVtj OIl nf if I 1nlkd Slates StatrnSiimtur SiAl SiAlSIIn1ur SlatesSiziittr
Siimtur A t 1 lam am nutueriulniiN 1I0lJPrl iuturiatii lllllH tier to tint Ill time wlnn wlnnI I n nIlulJyIltL
I IlulJyIltL fully I lUvided It ll I t wan a as cnnstnutly 111111111 urerd IIIICIIII IIIICIIIInit umn umnuu l it itow
uu > and I WIM M 8111 tiei keu to 1 viry W f frcuuruily Ir qwlltl hut 1 011 I 1do Ido Ido
do iiil think 1 fully lull nuule uatJ up my III mini until uuIIIIIIIr uuIIIIIIIrIh niter nitertint tttrtlii
tint Ih ileitlun JII III NouniUr umber when w hn ihv I ttit Drm 11r1ll1laL 11r1ll1laLam1 Iern4ratfi raLs raLslarritil
larritil looiituf fi itrt of Ihv IhIllleIUIJIr til Il I mimUrot ol Hut It I irislaturH irislaturHJ II IIIlur
1 < J t DM you uu atlfJid tlm I UKWnlurn when II 1111111 1111111III met metIn metIii
III He hhtinau na na1 A No w o Mir Ir r not III the Ugmntuir 1lClllnlnlJ
1 left New sw York rrk rk and teethed Montana I think thinkra thll1lon tliiIiIon
on < lbs let of Jaiiunry and the I Legislature IAcI < IAlure flirt ineleither llIelellher flirteither
either nn tho l 10 1st t ur 2iL L I may 1111 huvo bwn bwnIn tIIIn tirertlI
In lI Montana when hpn the l egUlatute met I think thinkI
1 WM f Wa III llutU at allll th the lime limey l1IIeCJ thu thuQ
y When I hell did yuu oU BO to Uutta from Hfledn HflednIf I MIl MIlI
If al nil A t I think I went eIit over nil the III lib libof Ittiof tll
of January
y Did VI your ollr IrkmU organize any all inmmltte inmmltteto
to tarry Iarr out oullh the pur IUrlo > nvt nf ollh the tnretlni of which whichyou
you 011 have hru HpoUiii Ui rvfuniice to lh tho orsanizalloii orsanizalloiiof
of the Ih State tlllu A With Vhtl the exivptlon nI > III of Mr MrCamphell MrCaniphell Ir IrlA1I11hU
Camphell they th did dl l agrxe IllCr lo underlaLu the proiw proiwellUm pro prohottkn I Iollltn
ellUm t rnndelhat urinik that they should 1 attnul AIIIIIllo lo tins Ih organ organliatiou orlrlntrslllJu organiJ4ttirit
liatiou of if 1 lUu 14 State and to the disbursement of ofthe 01bo ofthiS
the bo fund fundHvdnl I budsQ uudOj
11 01 you ou kno know < whether Ih they allolnlOlI 1 181dlll aeltehuut
Hvdnl rommttton for that purpuse pllrlu A 0 I have haveno havoII havetAo
no II rfcnllfctlon rlt lIlllIolI nf Ilial Ilialy IIllllIJ tint tintq
y SLoW 1 whether htII In accordant with UII your yourarreemeiit our our4lfrlUIP1It
arreemeiit 4lfrlUIP1It 4 rrIuient at that mevilng you inailo any IIn con contributions contrlbuUnru contibutkrns ¬
tributions If no stale ilia tte Ie the amount of them thmSODIO A ASome A3ome
Some day da after al ftei < r that I ruinlt a contribution lo lothe 10the tothe
the amount amu ul that was wa estimated to begin be 1n with withW50UO wltbIMOW withQ
W50UO W50UOy
y When h n did you tlU make the second a rond contribu contribution conlrlbulion contrtbulion ¬
lion A I think th the h xecond contribution WAIl waiwade WAIlwolo waswale
wade sour 1II8tiOloln time In October It was J100000 J100000y 1001IJ
y Did you ou make auy IIU further conirlhutlonar conirlhutlonarA tOIItrlbu ODl1 ODl1h
A In November there was 118 a contribution ot 01laOOOO ofio000
110000 110000y io000Q
y Anything further A After I wa w riveted rivetedI
I left Helena In a day or two a and had nothing nothingto
to do with ilh the th arrangements I told t < my m son sonto lIOnto eonto
to stay In Helena until all the bills were settled settledOn settledOn
On hi hue return r tum lo Iult h hi stated IIIA the tb amount amountof
of disbursements made by b him which blch I think thinkwere thinkwere thinkwere
were a little 11111 over 20000 Thoso Tho four contribu contributions contrlbuIlona contribulions ¬
lions were all Ililhet that I made madeStrutor mll ruedi5itit4tfl < lo loStlnal
Strutor l Kaulkner YaulknrJlul llut th the latt ut on one was u net 1101ccnlrlbullon1 a acontribution acontribution
contribution contributionSenator ccnlrlbullon1ieollllor contributionSenator
Senator Clark Clsrkn No sir Ir Tt wan host Ju t oomethlnir oomethlnirto mthtlIII
to cliyir dent up I all the hills bi1l The object obrl of the flrtU flrtUcontribution nflllIlrlblilion flmlcnntyibritinn
contribution wan to owuile the II hMte for a State Stateconvention Stiliron Statconvention
convention ron I1t1ol1 which was to Im held and It was esti estimated estirusted RII RIImalj ¬
mated by bylr Mr llnuser Mr Nral roal and others that thatnt IbltIII thatat
nt the lenit 515000 would be necessary IIIICA to 0 ret retthe retthe et etIho
the ToUM vall registered IAS we w have a registration registrationlaw i trlllloll trllllollla
law la there The rb voters would I have havoln to come from fromgreat IromrrMI fromgreat
great distances di lan to I register rlIl ler and afterward In rote roteSenator 901 901SII1IIt voteSenatur
Senator Hoar HOArfill Did you ou pay 111 the entire cost of ofthat orthat ofthat
that organization out of I your our own pocket pockelr A AYes AYes
Yes r I agreed lo It Ity ItIJ it itQ
y Everything A Yes Ye all that was IS needed neededInlhatxiny neededin
Inlhatxiny In that fl ta taQ
y Ami you ou wore rr to pay the tb entire cost o1 of that thatwhole Ihlllwholt thatwhite
whole election A 0 0glIIIlr Yen YenSenator eM eMSenuut
Senator Senuut Turley ItttleyVhot lIrlWho What was An the Ih State conven convention ninvenlou nftft nftfttlon ¬
lou cnlM fur A ro nominate State nmceri nmceritwo otficertwo
two memlier > nf th thl Supreme Court ourlllDd and Clerk Clerkof
of the th Supreme Supr m Court CourtSenator COlliSenalor CourtSenator
Senator Kaulkner IAulknrUurllll During the time tint you 011 were wereat wpreIIII1Inll weresit
at IIII1Inll Helena did you U have any 111 communication with withthe wllhIhe uuithtire
the uiemlwrs of the IuUlnturo A I met mrm mrmtiers lutentliege
tiers hr ol I tie Ih Leii Le1IAlur laturi < very er frequently Ir111ellll every ever everday
day almost I Mopped IOJlI At the Helena 11111 Hotel Hotelwhich lol lolllblrh hatewhich nrr
which was I the th headquarters of a large Infl number numberof
of the Ih IecMature lll 1Alur and they tll V met me then And Andon Andon andon
on lh the ttreet lreet And at receptions rfp ono I met a large largnunitvr lorttenum largenumtr j
nunitvr num r of them every day dayy ar
Q In meeting ml lInsc any ant > of these Ihe mmb mernhrq r of th thLegislature the thoVIL theLegislature
Legislature VIL llIlllre dll di ll i you 011 dlreitly or Indirectly Indlr clh olfer olferthem ollrIhm oilerthem
them or did they accept fr Iroln m you ou anything In1 I nl of ofA ofa
A monetarf or othr valuable 1ubl consideration to 10Inllll toinluiunc
IntiiiDDOA Inllll inluiunc a their votes m Ao members m olbPrs nf I the l legis legislaturu glK glKlaluru ltl ltlIAluru
laluru ftr yuu to the Ih Ixwltlon as Senntor of the theUnlUil IhllUnilt1 thetJiiitei
UnlUil Sate s A No iIi sir Ir I did not noty l1ulIJ riotQ
y DiJ iii you u know of your personal knowledge knowledgeol
ol any OOrrllpllll miillm In your our Interest nf members membersof IIIpmlMrllh
of llh the legislature Ojllllllr to iulluence Ihelr votes r tls < A I Iill 1dll Idi
ill dll I not There were ere Jenly I nl of rumors around aroundbut lIf aroundbut un1 un1but
but 1 hare no knowledge of anything of that thatkind Ihlllkilld tintikind
kind beiue beiir done doneO elllneJ dineQ
O DH 1 you ever ry at any time have hu a convcrMllon rnnuaaitlon convcr Ofl1Mllon
Mllon with Whlleside In room 209 IJ of the Helena HelenaHotel 11111Jlulel licletialiotri
Hotel prior to your lIur election A I 110 do not know knowas
as to the 111 numriur of the he room I had a short shortconversation sirortcunversatkii hrtronvfSaliuT
conversation with Mr Whlktlde In a ruin on onthe IIIIhe nitthe
the floor whetS wh re I slopiiod slopiiody 10111IJ
y DU yoii 1 ilUniss IIISII with wit it him the lwhlton i llinn nf nfinuiy I IU1UIY 1many
many nifmliers ol the Ih legislature relailve rIIIII to toyour IIIroul toTour
your camlllacy A If yuu ou will I iriiitt wrmit rill II me meI m mprerer incI
I roul prefer to ii Mate bIll Ie In in n narrative form II h hilI iii i tmik tmik1a I or oriae
iae > 1a 1 I wit f 11J1 In on OM room r1111 I am am nut mir UN whether whetherit IIIr IIIrII
it was tti tuy 111 own rinm rI1l1r or run that I hllllll I UKd d in cum cummoil ciiiIntuit
moil as l1li1 A K tort > rl of palor I P tot one lie morning when vu 11011 Mr MrWhltKilJe MrVhhtoMhie Jr JrWhlI
WhltKilJe < I tam > III iinl caM 011 I havu ha good t 1 news newsor nlslor neutsIcr
lor or you 011 I sat I am glad ICla to hear nr It II IIMid tin tinsaid
Mid 11 1 I htv llnally ilecltl Irld1 < l Seimtir Amlerwu Amlerwuto nlerrumto
to 0 vote ole for you 3 111 I saM I 111m am ulal nf llhlll that but bUII
I always ah III nmmed OlIl1le on S NnlllIr natnr Andcrvni III < r as n one oneof neul tireof
of my m B 1Id od friends I had known Senalnr All Allderxon Alld111 MittPtmitit
derxon for r a number of years and so far as I that thatmatter IhAImailer thatmallet
matter b concerned I bulieve beU that that Is I all alllhal alllhalwutiald that thatstaid thatwas
wutiald was staid baid
y Waa the only member of the theLegislature Ihevlsature tieLgisiaturewhiowrts
Legislature Lgisiaturewhiowrts who was spoken of between L I n you and andWhitesHes an1Whllpjll antWbitiies
WhitesHes A He H was only the moniber spoken spokenof spokenofatthat
of ofatthat at that time timey tlm timeq
y Did you make any lD statement to him to th theffect the thePlfecl theeffect
effect that Anderson could l not be Influenced Influencedby
by b money mon like other member of the Legislature LegislatureA l ilalure
A 0 I 1t111 Idilnot IdilnotSenator did not notSenator nolSenator
Senator Clark was questioned In detail as II to toHewitt 10eral toseveral
several eral matters 1UlleI to hy Whll1de all1 hy
Hewitt ant contradicted their testimony 1IIlImon In Infer a avery aer3
very fer er3 decided declll I manner He U was lutrllcularly
Inquired of as to a Matemvnt made by b Hewitt HewittIn
In regard relCllfI to Mr Lyons threatenlnt lo kick 1I1c and andto aridto
to make dlfllcultr l1 l1lulI and go Ijefore the Supreme SupremeCourt SUlrmeOIllI SupremeCottrt
Court Senator Clark was a aIe1 < ke in regard lo lothat 10IhAl tothat
that conversation and fin t he said tit 1 did dl have a aI aontitcrsrrthinin
I 11 invrsnlIon with Hewitt relative to Mr Ir Lynn LynnHewitt JnHht L3IMI
I Hewitt male 1111 Ie nom remarks about Lynns mak makiii
in = a kick jwause Iau he wai f not proi plnprl rly taken takencare 11l1 takencar u uIare
care car of 1 11 Mild > U to > him that I knew noihlng IHlhl about aboutIt
It whatever and I blleve I aikel him what was wasthe wa wathp wasthe
the niiillr mar ter with Lyons that t made him kick kicky kl klIJ kIckJ <
y J Dni Hewitt Miy Ns IY t A < i you 1111 in that conversation conversationthat 101llerlItionthalllle corrersationthat
that thalllle they ha1 trenU tr tteittil lllel < d him hlnll1lo like a iloj dll nir ami lint tllJllhy tIi t they
had not 110 done hone what utt they ajreed lo ilo un and thai thaihe Ihlllhe thudhe
he WM going oln before the hll Supreme Court A r lie lienever lien tienever
never n rer made m ce such a statement talnl 1I1 to me III He II mll mllthat fllhlthAI ciiitiiat
that Lyons Ion ha I ron b klckins becauso IIcnll ho h had hadnot
not been hl n properly rented He made III II Ie no refer reference referrite ¬
rite whatever t to it Lyoux giving tesllinouy lImoDY before beforethe hefllreIhll heirtire
the supreme Court Courty
y Dill you In that conversation wy to Mr MrHewitt MrhewItt Ir IrlIewlli
Hewitt I will tli have hA Chirles lblfl htrl sw Lyons lonighl lonighlA < nllhl
A 1 havu 110 recollection of any statement nf nfy 01Ihlll ofthat
Ihlll kind kindI
y Did you nll ever tell him that thalli If he wanted tn tnknow IIInolf toi
know i no Anything rrrithitn g he muni in list ITU U lo Dlckford flick irIt nr Well Wellcomo Vellcount ell ellome
como or to your OU son dinner A 1 did dllllul dllllulIJ not noty hitQ
y Did you tI menllui th the names llm of airy tn siecld siecldptiwins e1citjptMurte l lClrJ >
ptiwins fs 8 workinu orllI11 for you rou In the Ih Senatorial Senatoriallight SIIIII01lItilrhl Setnatorrallight
light A I have no recollection of such rouTer conversation cOllrlrIIAlloli rouTersitioli ¬
sation with him himSenator 1dmrrttut
Senator 5 r rrttut lor Kaulkuer then questioned Sennlor SennlorClrrk SenlllorelMk SenatorClrtk
Clrrk on n the mbjecl Mlllj CI of the he testimony le lIl11ony given by nne nneCharles iiucCharles
Charles Chlrl S M I Jccknoii J rr1t > II relntinc rpl tlo lo a supxw supposed ull l Inter Interview Intervtrw nlN ¬
view 1 with Senator Clark in Silt Lake City Cit Ilnh Ilnhrnd Utahriiil
rnd 111 ho aakrd Mk the Senator Suiialory tiuAlor tiuAlorIJ
y Do you UII know nn a man named Charles M MJackxnti MJ MA
Jackxnti J IIck A I do d not noty notIJ notci
y Wurnyoii 11 ollrn present I when iren a person rf thai I n cr m mleKtifiod mItled me meteiqthilnxh
leKtifiod before this Ihl committee A Yes 1 wiw wiwhim MW111w enwlint
him here bll blIl I have no Acquaintance ACtlllll1I III nIl with him himy himIJ himJ
y J Do you 011 recollect Iroll whether you were ere ever U in introduced IntrotlucJ itttruducid ¬
troduced to lilm him In the hotel at Salt Lake City CityA Ill IllA Ity ItyA
A iofulbly I may have 1Ie U bn > en 1 lOin am inlioducod IlIlftlullloftO to toBO
BO many fliftC people peopley
y Were you OU U in Salt Lake City CII at the Ih time Ihu he heDtrntloned hennllon1 heowrittoncil
Dtrntloned thn tb 7lh or 10th nf I lebruary Fh III II r 1 111911 111911I ih9lsi 9J7 9J7A
A No si I wasthereonlhilllh wasthereonlhilllhSenator wsethiereonthnllthSenator AllthPlPun II IUh IUhSenAtor
Senator 1aulkrer FaulkrrMr Mr Jettison 6ays loll that he hawas hewas
was 40 Introduce tnt roduicd to I you u in the lintel rt 2 nVInfi nVInfianil r rIIl1d nIIi
anil Ii iid Hint hnlll nl a I A t oclock you 01 look him hI n till into Int iii ii n pri private prlAIII tin tinsate ¬
sate AIII room iind tr d hail hllllI n convocation Coll 3Iton with him himSenator blmSellllior himSeflator
Senator CI Clrrk rk Thai Is I false falseSenator 11 balMSenator
Senator Kaulkner FAlillonerlI He II ctalm that In that cnn cnnverMtion tnnolllon runverotion
verMtion olllon you urged IIr 1 him lu support Mclu rtclwett Icl wen n
for the position of I United Slates Sial Senator from
Utah UtahSenator UtahSNIAlor UtahSenator
Senator Clark ClllkThllll That Is fah fahSenator 1111SnAIr fhiSenator
Senator Kaulknef iihkner And n1 ho says M that the tenor tennrof tenorof
of your our conversation was A corrupt And InllmprolJlr InllmprolJlrlrJO Improper Improperproposal improperlropMl
proposal lrJO I to him himSenator himSClAtot himScnAtot
Senator Clark That Is I absolutely false falseSenator fAI fAIinlltor falseSnatof
Senator Faulkner FllIlknrUill Did you 011 ever vr make to toman a aman aman
man ninM Jackson at Salt Inko City CII About Aboutthe IIlIoultbe abouttire
the Iftth ot Tebtuary Ibruar subsequent to your 111 election electiona f1 rIlOIl rIlOIlA
a lIlPmenl tatem nt that you had lie Ac purchaseit the lb rote Ie of ofnn 0 0ce ofone
one nn ce Parker lIH ur a member IDem r of thV thtolrI81A1ure glslature of Mon Montana Monlane Iou IoutaMf ¬
lane A I I did not noty no noQ notQ
Q Did you ou on any In occasion OIAA In In any an converse conversation converselion ¬
lion If you OU aver er had anymentlon Inm ntlon Senator henna Hannascase lIannAsrl hennaroe
case rl A I never n tlr mentioned Senator l nAtor H IIAnnllII annas name namaIn namoIn namelit
In that connection to anybody certainly never neverto nerto owe oweto
to that man for t have hat no recollection of ever everteeing everseeing r rI
teeing I nr him I heard his testimony NUIII0I1 And ano1verlhlnr everything
he ald relating to me 01 wn absolutely false l falseSenator ll ll5n1lM
Senator Hoar JlMrQI Qo you recollect r writing a letter letterto
to Dr Merlin A I fOil do not recollect hut It is ispossible I IJO ispotriible
possible JO ible I 111111 ni nniy y haviMlont en o Dr Martin tJlI Is 1lrj Presi ¬
dent of I the Ih ficulty IlclIlI ot the College CII t nt Monlnnn Monlnnnand Montiunoand 11II1nllnnd
and I havvlxwn hl 11 IlIlrIntolllle Presidwitnf the Hoard of Directors
We Ve were re very Intimate Inllw lo friends and ann Dr Martin MartinWAS fllrtlnIfM Martinwal
WAS an inllmnle friend of JlldJlIlIlalltley Judir llrantley
y Do you UII mean in I siy M HIM Ihll It Is possible you youmay youtrIal 011
may have written Injll n Dr II Martin llItin A letter letterexninersing expressing
A hope that the hp court 1011111 would not IIJllerespreMlnc disbar I hnr Mr Well Wellmini tehlmum
mini and flil waking 1Aklll nf Imu Mil s A grand grant rllll or gojl gojlaan gieiiinert
wall A It l is poMlhle < > Ihl ihnl I may DIn have wrillen i io
10 o Mr Ir Martin nit bo line Mated but I have no norecollection norecillectiun
recollection rclI cllun uf It ItS iLSnnlur it itSenrtot
S Snnlur nrtor Turley Aollle Could nunlil you nll have written wril n Mich a
letter so 0 lnW IIItrl11111lAi as 4 last Noveml ovmlr ru upon nMim so IlIIlwlrlAnl IlIIlwlrlAnlA > nrlanl I In
A subject lIb 1 and on ann bUtt firKMU 1rl > I1I n It A I may mil have havewritten hII hIIHilIIII loveucrhtten
written to 1 him Mimethtng in regard rlIAlfllll in hi hits teeing uln
Judge Urantitv but ivrtnmly Iltllnl not Askng him him to u
try Ir and stop the Ih rrnwlmirs nctainKl gain VI chlorine
I WM M very crr much Inun laklIlln tnttretil tiil in Mr Ir Wellcome plltum Hit If
Is I In mj III opinion n Krand man mlllllnlll and nd A gond o m mAli mAliIInd mciiand n nand
and I Illr prolmlily hhl iwl that Itll expremnn In a friendly
way Si A but mi I wrWlnlj cette rl IIII wttli a ilh Iii en in invntmn Iritirti fl to influence 11II1uInliloT
Vnutnr nliloT Jlinr I I nut lr Ih I < > mi n rernll lrI1t it nrilitic u nil tiuch A
letter wllh your ollr own II hand A 1 would wctul 0111 1 hardly
hove wrilten with niy nl own hand hAnllInl tmW < 41 1 wasSOUIP wasSOUIPwhere IM use aiie aiiewirer I Iwhn
where whn when h1I 1 did tint hav hl11I hay1 A MennRraphrr 1no rAIhrr If IfHO 11so Iflit
HO lit I may have dune N NThe no nolhe
The 1h Chairman State ns a p JW1Ioltlely tlvely 10 y yni 111 rn tinwhether I Iwhether I
whether you did or < did not n frat surite rite such Jrh a leiirr
Senator Citric Inrk I cannnt recnllret I hoi that
Dr Martin will have that Idler aril ann produce it be I
furl Inr the III committee when ft I
course mur I can ca ex explain uI e eteI
plain I teI Aln it itTn It7hO itTn
Tn 7hO Chalrmsn hllrm Were ers you 011 In New 1 Yrrk ek rk lat
fall when Yh the Ih Wellronieon 3Vehlrnuecnwrnasgoinn 3VehlrnuecnwrnasgoinnSenitti lhOnl tn wasgolnion wasgolnionSenator Ift 1101 < on
Senator irk yes r 1 1111111 left In AUKUM III iilust Il IIr for New ew ewA eweLILL
I I York and was M not prewent In Helena during th the thed thediatiarunent
I dl d diatiarunent rjartnent proumllngs proumllngsAt IlrOllIu IlrOllIuA
At A till lIlt point rohnt th the committee took 4 recess until untilquarter WltJla
a quarter narter past 1 1101 1101rhe 2 2reaumeil i ihie
rhe hie IINlllatioll In chief of Senator Clark was filarumlln wasumr4
reaumeil rumlln umr4 In the IhllllrnOl1 Afternoon N seaeion o ion Ilia Attention AttentionWM ttWntioiWiud
WM flr tlrrit t illrected to A the thr advprse Id 8 tentlmony ttlmon nf Dr Dri IIrarr IrtVatteui
i Warren arr n and all he proceeded to demulMi It lu I iu tlm tlmbent Ih Ihht tlrlest
bent if I iris hI ability IlbUII Hn II said thit Dr it Wnrrm Wnrrmcame Wr11Iallll iS nrrou nrroucecil
came to him ii irut In hb hi room i ijrd > id mild stun hi that he wiis wiisdeeJy 1111InltrII1 ur its itstlerhnl3
deeJy Inlcresteil In Ms rlirtimi IIi AS Senntnr nlllllr and andthat 111111Ihlll ann annthat
that h hI knew kl n iiicinUr nf the l JII Iigiuiaturre glslatur IAllirr wtio hunt Iindi huntbeut
i Uxni votlne lIni for Mr M Ir r Cotirml butwIinniliDcoilMirul butwIinniliDcoilMirulIn hilt ti until lIutUIIIIllol lIutUIIIIllolIII hiu ttnnibt rut ruttip
I In vole 01 for lii him llIIlnnrk Clnrk II lttllUIllIwnlhm I is niUr mint it did mention tile thnname Ih IhI1AI1II tileI
I name of ollll tn tho meinlnr he mennl 1II lInt lie II Clark tail fialdihil MhlI
I ihil that HIM WI vi sin very 11 nice inn iniliwl 1I11 1 hut WlIlIlIlulel Vornn lornria
J kaiil a Id It will require Miinc m nuiiiw roturiunI
I I said sin AIllo tI to him Mr Ir Chink lurk tiintlnnnlMr nUIIIII M Ir i Wnr i or orj
1 ren I do r not expect ullICllu lo senire Iue niiy IIII vnlis uriti for n llnnn llnnncial 1111111dill hlriruutrid
dill iiiji WIlelrrlJlIlI lderatlim HI I Ii ilrnp drlllI1 l Hint iimttcr nnd nndtnlkiil ii 1111 1111Liii
tnlkiil Liii 111 with mnnlK 1I111111ull nun rilout > ut a aconlnbiiHun for hlschurch hits Chlllllt ChllllltI cii nirek
I I tiIil Ii lh him that 1111111 I HAS very r busy hils then but bu that 1111111II0J1e I Ii Iwiiuiiil
i would consider IIIrIr IhoniKtter 1110 ho mrltr AH 0 M titili > nnsliould nnsliouldMr ns is Iould IouldI I oirid oiridMn
Mr Ir Kniilkner 1III1Iklllr11I11 Did you 011 fuibscqurntly make A Acniitrlbutlon 11IIIIIrllllllloll amitt
I cniitrlbutlon mitt niliiithinii In I Mr M Ir r Warruns ta IIIN trolls Ill church cii rehi A Nut Nutuntil u ot otuntil t tunllllllllr
until unllllllllr ntler tuft llm II IxglilAture Adjuuriiid tIJouflw1 arljuiu I sent I him hima him hima
a cliMk for nlX t1O on Hut 1IIHh Utli or ICth of February lohrIlAr lohrIlArQ
y 4 Mr Warren 1111 states AII III Iris Ustlranny tlImlll Hint li linall lit litMic1 liesiiii
nall lo you ili a friend nf mine a Democrat IJomlJ < IIII will willHUllmrt willnUihirt ill illIlir
HUllmrt ymi V ii for a coiiNlilirntlnn olll < hlllIlIlIn and 011 iriI > 1 llml you youreplied rOil1111 yrrurehihrni
replied How 1111 much does do lie want wAnlr Is Hint IIlnllrud IIlnllrudur trim trimurfthi truuof
urfthi ur Ib A Illsfal Illsfaly III1t It Li IA IAQ fain fainV
y Did he h nay II anything to you 11 as II lo the Ih con conulileratlnii IonhllrnllrlI conttilerritiini
ulileratlnii lieliiK teinu 810000 A H lie did runt He Henever 110l1eWt lienever
never mentioned thenum lInl and I never neycraskiMi asked 43kllIIm him
O Warren arrl1 says that he h met you 011 afterward afterwardand IIftwarllallll afterwarilattn
and attn that th you otl salt 611110 to him Where hrr Is 1 that friend of ofyours ofirrrs 1 1IIIIIII
yours IIIIIII Where W tier Is that mnn I11nnf That ho said <
rI I have ont Been hint this morning morn In Hint you yourald youmiii IIU IIUMII
rald Vhera doss Ioe be sto stop and IIIII thatlhe IIIA be told you
Did IUlln1 any such thing occur A ll U I absolutely i
false falsey w falueV I
y lie further says that you Bald 31d Tell him him
I want 11111 his h rot ute today Ii that true Irue1 A Thirst
Ululse Ululsey 111115Warrn is Inilse InilseQ
y Warren arreiu say that you expressed yourself yourselfas nurs1I nurs1Ia
as a lxeln being weary of tho matter Was them any anyof aiiyof
of that conversation A Nol ot a word of II is istrue istrit
true trit I
truey y Did you say at any an time after the Ih Inter Interof lilt inletVIMt5M
VIMt5M 1111 lokllI 01 ask 11r Warren olrenlo to tee I IIIrml nuemien nuemienof r I
of the ixgliiatuTB Legislature and get Lira him to voW ole for you ull
A Almnr 1 never did didQ lIIQ nUtQ <
Q Did you Oil ever nr obtain the dismissal of Mr
Warrena 1 son on from a put position > ltioa thaI he held A A I Inever IlICU Inever
never knew he h had a nvn nvnHaving II snnhaying n nlInlnr
Having thus contradicted < 1 all the testimony testimonygiven IPlIlIIoneien testhnuumiygiven
given by b the th Rev Mr Ir Warren rrln Senator Clarks Clarksone Ilalk hankiOft
one on attention WM directed 1Ir d to t testimony Pollmoll of CASOII CASOIIof aeon aeonof I
of Hi tho witnesses who bu hal made very pr damnplnir damnplnirstatements dalll itanurvgitiatatements hlll
statements Against him and he contradicted conlrAlicl cnutradictnIn I
In detail most of th hm m and gave explanations explanationsof
of lh the real II gate Ita a narrative of hlavarioui hlavariouitalk his urilllll urillllltalkl venousluke
talk with Canon 1100 and said that waere Cavorts Casonilawment CIbIII1tattmen Cavortsstatement
statement illller ditlered d Irorn that the Hlalement was wasabolutnlyVfAla WasebsoIutelyfalse AI AIab
abolutnlyVfAla ab He WAI W wu asked particularly particularlyabout PlflllllallAbout panthenianlyabout
about lire dramatic scene In which Canon aeon rep represented rllrpnled represnted ¬
resented him as holding up his bI ten lingers lo
IDllrllolhlll Indicate DIAI CIIn Awm nilglil olfer Slodic for turn Mnrivys turnmys Iu IuIV8
ivys vote And h Ire dnclare Irlll red < l emphatically Hint Hintsuch thatninth I
such an occurrence hint never l1e r taken place liat and attn attnthat < 1 1Ihl i ithat
that he h had never nuthnrtrM IlIlhrtrIlII11 Cason to taller Mar Marcey Marceyl
cey llolHK UUI iuttou IO nr Any oilier 11111 sour NunlJlllllnr sourSrniator
Sfliialnr Jlllllnr Clarke CIlrk attention WAS called by Sena Senator Senaor ¬
tor tor or Hoar and other members of the committed committedto tnllllttIII
to t some correspondence tOrrlfSpor1 < Ilw In tho testimony 1IIOon imll In II i ieating Itilting Ieating
eating questionable qUf tlolIble relations belwvn Mr Ir Hick j
ford lor fondone lo8 < one of his IIl met active Agents oIIILnlld nnd Mr Mrtwnnl Ir
Wood Wo twnnl a member of I the h lelslatur who ho hush voted i ifor IInr
for him tim Hit said 111 < 1 lie h had known Hint Wood ucas ucaslnierntiy vn II t tfriendly
friendly Ili nlly to him H lie did trot know where Wnnd WnndWAI Wu1IfI1 tooilwe
WAI we now Ho knew klle nothing of Woods dehtii dehtiior 1bl 1blIII
or mortgages morIIA or obllcnlloni IIIJlJfilllln to I which hkh this cor correspondent IOrrO rorrospoirihenin
respondent rO IlII < In male Me le < alluilons a Ihlon He hi MIl he hind Iindnever hindnever i
never known of the existent 11Inc of thin Ih rorrrxpixid IUrr torrestonrthenet II 1 1enC i ience
enC < unlll ll wan produc Nollu1 l before Ihejommlttee Ihejommltteenor IhrommUtlor thepmmmitreenor
nor hn lied > l he ever vpr heard of Ihe Ih S7000 given by 10 > hU hUout hi hissort
out Charles Chllll 1I lo Illckford to pity oil at Woods 00111111 00111111II Indebt Indebtness lutilebtmires
ness II Th Thin money had nol been II taken III ken out iit 11 of Us II I Ibank
bank account but his hi vti cnu might have drawn drawliIh lrawmtlire I Ithe
the Ih check on in hl h own account ItCOIIIII accotmirtniutor j I
Sanntor lIl1lor Turley rurlyAnd And you hAve hA had ha no con converinll tonprllon ennyersttrnn
verinll prllon n with your our son or Oickford about that
tranwicllon tranwicllonSenator tral1MrllllllSnllOr tra lucre ci hut hutSenter I
Senator Clark CIrkWhn When It WAS referred to here I
I Mid that Hint was If something new n to me It Itwas i i iwas
was something I Iliad had never henruot h hrerd lIr 01 before beforeMr beforeMr
Mr > Ir Faulkner Ialllkn r announced Hi tire close 01 Senator I
Clanks Clark direct examination ant the committee committeeadjourned tummitleIIdJourDCtIIH committeeacijorirnel I
adjourned IIdJourDCtIIH till Monday Iona 1
iCSiiiiiiitxT JfliIIJl r WITH JT cittitirr cittitirrMaglitrat OIlflllrrlailitrale citinzrrIatstrate
Maglitrat Crnne 1lnen n noy no ant AMUti AMUtiII A Aqilutlit h hUi
II Ui Mother MotherJlaslitrate IolhrrIftclAtrllte TotIrrIitifstrate
Jlaslitrate Crane fined flfteenyearold lfti > cnyoarold ny 1rnld John JohnDugan Johnluicar JollnlJlllrllll
Dugan S51n 5 In the Ih JoEfemon Murot court ycntor ycntorclny ynetorlay otM otMdDr
lay for trying to snntoh return chtnks chtnksfrom chkifrom etiniuksfrom
from patrons of Daly Drslye ThoHtro In front of tho thotheatre 1110thatra tlicttheatre
theatre building bUll lnll A foiv lo minutes III flutes Intr tint tintbovnmothernppenrcl Ih IhLOIRmolh thuLopsmotltdrnpearod
bovnmothernppenrcl LOIRmolh raPIIlre t In court nnd begin h ltn til tilplead 10pII1 topleal
plead with the Magistrate for her son snnn rolea rolIIo rolIIoHI rolcaceITes o oHes
Hes HI my only support your Ollr Honor slut shnwillt slutwnhltl II
willt wnhltl 0111 > l and I have llvn 11 innrn lotiike In luk tutks carpdf care < up 01 if
II hnxlii Inn hlll > l rt iuivs ricwututtd tatid ant tins worked real realnlre ralIIle coalirtee
nlre IIle I dont know how tocet to gel el filonc without withoutlinw
him himUnw linw Unw much could 111111 the bnv bn earn for you ouln In
five tIIII davB the th Mnil lnlltrln tMti > ii 111111 keil
1 Oh s J I eliould srw ay the woman rnplled ropll 1
Woll II her here l is SJ 2 for cur you thn Ih Magistrate MnglMntnuM
uM 111 Inklncn IlIklnl II bill from his It pocket anti linrnllne
It to the Ih woman I 1111 do not want you 1111 to Buffer
but I cannot lei I I your ollr boy oft either It her without withoutpunlshmnt withoutpllnlhmlIl withoutpurntstumrit
punlshmnt The fbi record ot the dilllrons dilllronsOCletV
Society Hocllyhn chow that h hllj been n Arr arf arroetel al let l fnni lour
I times the eam lIm oit otenueeS ne Kornelhlnir
has to bedonoto be done 10 turn him nvfny Inr from those
habit hahlnThe ha habitThe hili hilifh
The fh woman nm n took this Ih hill with many express Ixpre Ixpre101lA
Ions nl gratitude and IInl walked out nllllloklnf looking an A If Ifno Itno ifno
no other olh r aspect of ollh ths case 3 0 worried her much muchHOT mllcllml mitchnor
HOT nonnrn Itrm rR AHRKSTKU AHRKSTKUAeeunril UllllrWAeII1 4uwrtiAciieetl
Aeeunril nf 0 ofStelI Ktenllax From ti I the Storage Iflrlll Shop Shopot SbUJIor
ot tha lIt KilUon Coiniimr In WltllninihurR WltllninihurRi
i The repair nnd storage shon of the Ellison EllisonI Ei1lontElectric tllonElt
I Electric Elt tric Debt Company omlln In IVnn street near
I Ilrnsilfvay Wllllainahurc WIIIIII1II8 urc hits hn been robbod robbodi robliodtuevernul
i several times In the last two months Thu Tliupolice ThuIOllce Thupollee
police kept koplo acloso a cll cbs > watch on the premised Jlr ml II and
I on Frldny triln nlaht rntrolmnn Kilvey eniiKht
William t iilhruin Liinurldei IHlIIrlo I a I 1n > yearn ar old of lilfeholoa lilfeholoaatreet lii iCIult5 iCIult5atrtet
atreet I comlug from from tho rear of tlio Ih bull blll1l111I Una liti
Hi I carried two larui Hill copper 101l r patiJ Falvcy 1111
took thin boy to I the firmer Iftat tre t pollen pollenBntlon IollceIntloll ioilcusSt
Bntlon St at iot On Inforrniitlon In I It rorlll II linn fiirnhhe fit ru i li I by him h I rn tlio tliopollen titotiiIie
I pollen 1011 arrested Kutfene ulnl litnins lllImO 11 it yearn old 01101 of
MJl il Hiivnineyer trent Jxiill lrIIIlIntt lillnter > rl1 1H years yearsot ynrt yearso
ot o an > > South Soil r tu Fifth 1ift ii Klreit nt rci t ChnrliM Chllrl Chni tin AM A tel HI HIintriiof Iuj I 4 4u
intriiof u oars ar or yil iut Mareoy avcnuit Alreil Wnlllr4tred Wnliner
j ITyenr 17 year of I il Scholes Btwit unit 1IIllltr Peter Winter Winternnd Inlr Inlrnn intorand
and nn CnwiHr Widnirart 1 li nnd nlllll I 32 years respect ¬
ively who ho llvu IIv In tho nelehborliocvl of 0 the thecomtmnyB IIIIcOllljlltnys theconujiuny
comtmnyB plant Tim t hri3s < nyn 1 were Ire arnilenod rrlllw lln In
the Len nvenun pollen MIl court beforo b llro MacMtrarn Maohetrarnraner 11IrI trl
Kramer raner At t the Ib riiue rIIItt > t of the pnlleo the
liearlnc was 1a l adjourned until Wednesday WednesdaySoldier WJnedllSnhllr WdncdnySnhutier
Soldier Demi lrnm Cuba CuhnThe CuhaThe CubaThis
The transport liuloril which arrived ye Yllllcr Yllllcrday yesterday ler lerrlaf
day from Cuban ports and anohorod In lolhe the bay
because of the storm brought HIO boillesnf bndl bodIes 8 Ill ofuleutI
rteiid rlt > lId Arncrlean foldlern from Clfttifiicgos 111
from Havana II II 11 n a and nnrll11 10 It from Mntnnzns Mont nf
lliem will IM 10 relntorrtd rlnterr d ot Ibo ho Arlington Come ¬
tory near n lIr Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonA WashingtonTile
t tThe
The light of publicity shows where wherewe
we stand standfirst first and foremost You Youcan Youcart I Ican
can come here Iere with confidence we wehave I Ihave thave
have been making mak ing clothes for many manyyears manyyearsan1 I
years yearsani and making tliemwell tliemwellSpecial themwellSpecial theniweIlSpeciil
Special indficements a great number numberof
of our 2500 5uitings reduced to
52000 2000 57 700 7 oo trouserings reduced to I
5500 500 00 Dont lose sight of our full fulldress fulldress I Idress
dress or Tuxedos Tux dos at 53000 3OOo silk lined linedthroughout Hndthrou line linethrotighout
throughout throu hout Other tailors would wouldcharge wouldcharge I Icharge
charge more than double for exactly exactlythe exactlythe I Ithe
the same Money back if you Otl think thinkotherwise thinkotherwise I I II Iotherwise
otherwise otherwiseARRSHEfl otherwiseARNHEIM otherwiseARNHEI1I
Broadway A 9in 9L LrJ Street I
rut 1 ItKVAKTSlKtiT ItKVAKTSlKtiTAlk lIFlAllUI inijt U1 WT WTk Z ZAsk
Ask k th the Iimmince Mm 1f1I Nntv nr Ak the tliaFiremen theYlrIDn lie lieYlretnet
Firemen Xlienmrlvr lheUlI Iv we tVhoiii lie this llmItit 11111Iut thisIiit
Itit on Tlivlr Mettle IIU After lleulnnlm by byMnklnc h hJUkln h7Making
Making JUkln Them Thomllnle llnl Illmlln Dnr Things TlilnKiKilwanl ThingsEttwruI
Kilwanl 1 1I8r1 F Croker has Men IJt n nt the heal hen of ofthe nr1lr
the Fire 1lr lnpHrlm JJnpltrlmlIt nt of New York city all since alncenrly sincerurly Ine Inefnrl
enrly fnrl la last t May In lie was wo appolntdd appolnitolindeflanieiu appolnitolindeflanieiuif Indeflanud Indeflanudnf denllllUII
71 nf the thu wishes uf nearly everybody In the de depnrtmntit ii iiprurtmnletut Ie Iepnrlmont
pnrtmntit and nul of nenrlr everybody outside out81 < Io the thedepartment thotlel thetleinrtmnoiit
department tlel l1fllllollt > who vlit Iu > wa wae nt all Inlvroiitul In It Itwelfare its 118wellnrt itswolfrure
welfare It In not nolllktlv likely that any nn man ever ov r en entered Illl entOtrl ¬
tered l rlUInn upon the duties ol 11111 an oflloooothorouuhly oflloooothorouuhlyoniKMod onteo othoroullhly othoroullhly0111t
I oniKMod 0111t 01J Tire rank and nn flit ot ollh the department departmentliiiow delarlmcntlOin ulepartirierutliinw
liiiow lOin him as n n liiimh commnndor HH Iii brother brotherofllo hrolh r rOOlerd
I ofllo OOlerd r regarded him him with Jealousy arid sus suspicion eUd1lelon sustilelon ¬
picion beeausu he had been promoted over overtheir oortheir overthtulr
their heoils tlmunftor ttm6 after time In a way 1a utterlyhnueonsltemrt utterly utterlyIneonHlatent llllrl llllrlIII
IneonHlatent III onI lllIt with lIh the traditions of thu depart department delnrtl1ellt departmerit ¬
merit Nearly the only 0111 pernon 1 rHII1 who wore worejilenned woreihearuod
jilenned 11 ed with liLa bl appointment IIP wore polltlolanx polltlolanxwho politiolallllwho piltlotanswho
who thought that Ih t thus th Influnnc of Itlclinrd ItlclinrdCroker lIIelllrtlCroker ltlchtmvrtlCrokerm
Croker nephew In tho ho department would wouldopen wouldolon Wouldopen
open lo 0 thorn Ihonlll a Held lIel for tolltkal 1101i1l 1i1 plunder Into Intowhich Inlowlilch Intowhich
which they IIH hail not hid hltlan an opportunity opporlunttOtDIr opporlunttOtDIrfor toantur toanturfor toentiurfor
for n IIlrunt eruut many years rcsrgAbout rOsrllAbollill yearsAbout
About a week ago the Ih Htibehlef of the Fire FireDepartment FireDelllrtrnent FireDepartment
Department met Chief Croker at Q Fire Head Headlimriersiind Jlelld1IIIIrl lfeadtitrnrters
titrnrters limriersiind 1IIIIrl r 11111 formally presented to him n dla dlamondstuddiJ dlilmonll dianionltistUduleLl
mondstuddiJ monll lullId gold Lange an an evidence of oftlio orLho ofthe
the appreciation they lint for him as a com commander cointruanulor ¬
mander Edward Crokers moat bitter per perBontil p6rBonnl pereonntl
Bontil enemy enomycud unJ being a true Croker ha irate irateriot Is Isnot IIlIot
not without them therndoell does not Intimate that thin thinulft IhlltWII
gift was WII Inspired except by o sincere lnCCf oellng feehimugof oellngof
of respect for th the lie man The men m n wuro wuroprompted woroprompted
prompted to give It to him several In rlll years on1l earlier earlierthan ollrllerII10n earliertitan
than the time when such n testimonial would wouldnaturally would1I wouldmutiturushhy
naturally 1I lurall have come perhaps by b that reaction reactionof
of feeling of which they are conscious In Inthemielvo Inlhemlehos Inthemselvos
themielvo They Theray car that they Ihe realize that thatthe thatthe I
the man In whom they Ihe could tee e no good goodnine lIoodnine goodnine
nine months a Oleo no ha hlllliurned baa turned out to b be a batter batterChUf boLterGhlel betterChief
Chief than they believed could come out of BO BOihort 110ahnrt soshort
short experience In thatoftlc thatoftlcThehlntory that omc omcThe offlocThehietciry
Thehlntory The h1810r of Chief Crokeri career cllre r In th thFlro the lhoFlro theFire
Flro Department wasono Wits II ono toMUSS grave nils nilstflvlnus ml mlIIIIIII nuigivinuirs
tflvlnus In the heart of any friend of tire thodepartment 1110dOIlIrlllnt tirehotartnntent
department Howns 110 wile appointed Juno 22 21RS4 21RS4through lAHt lAHtIhrouJh IRS4through
through the Inlluttnco of Ills hl uncle Itlchard ItlchardCroker IllchardCrokH htlehardCrokr
Croker who was nt that time n Fire Com Commissioner Commlllilonor Cornnrissioner ¬
missioner It I Is sail > ald that Illohinl oh1tl Croker had hadno hodno hindno
no urent I relit opinion of his nephew then H lip raw rawIn sawIn II IIIn
In him n muscular cleancut voting mnn ofJl ofJlwho 01 oflwho 1 1who
who was 11 as well 11111010 able ttbl to servo erv the city In tire thollm 1110II tireFine
Fine II Department Pllrtlllen M 8 nnv other young mnn mnnIt IIIlnJt roanItserneito
It Itserneito seemed to the Ih Commissioner Coml11l 1lunor that he mlicht mlichtns
ns well ellIO look k out for hl his nuphuw II by pufthlng pufthlnghim IJUllhrll111m puudririghim
him him upallttloln UJlI up a II hittlo II It In this Fir Fire Department 1 arll1lent ns In Innny InI1nr hinny
nny other olh r way 1II The puihlnu t lIlnl rrooens 1rOO 8 was wasBtartllna wasstartling 85 85tarlllnJ
Btartllna In Its rapidity IMwnrJ 1 I Croker Crokerwns Crokerwo
wo wns mnde un assistant foroumn fortyH 10rlrHell fortysemrrtlnys vun vunilnys
ilnys altar h lit first put on n blue biu shirt Th Thdepartment Thin ThltkJarlrn Thindcnarttuuont > I
department tkJarlrn nt latmhod III1I1ha11I1I11 unit pointed lo him him as n tire tlmmost tll9Inolt tiremost
most Incompetent Incnlll > lent man who had ever or assumed assumedcommand nMllmellcommlllll aeumeitcomnruaiuui
command of n compnnr It was I of cour cOllre cOllreIInllo coitrotlniuoC5iblti a alinposulbls
linposulbls IInllo lIibl for him to gain thu III experience In a amonth IImonlh amacnIb
month nnd A half that other Ill her mon wllh rather rathertetter rlllllrLettcr rathtrbetter
better equipped lulll d minds thnn IMwarJ Crokur Crokurhad Crokorhint
had then till spent three and four nnj hIve uud uudten lld lldten mtulten
ten years In oltalnlnir
Croker was 11 made n foreman on Feb 25 251HH 25IH 2 2IShtJ
1HH IH U It U harlly hllrlI too much to say that tho thomen IhufIIln thumunu
men of hl company hiitcd him Hewusrouvh Hewusrouvhwith lie flli rnullh rnullhwith rouighiuulihi
with them t to t 0 tht 1 hut 1 main ioliit lnt t of brutality but bun t they theyalways tll tllnltm theyalways
always nltm Paid nf hlrn hmlhllt him that hwai absolutely hsJlul l fear fearlens rCllrleMi rertric
lens ic In tlio taco of danger At urn tinny en enjnjvd en1118 enpOrl
jnjvd his hi Is leailvrshlp 1l < f rlllp p III the tie eticlnn a ii gino IIOUSH IIOUSHthey 1I0u 1I0uIllev sir sirthey
they were vory lIry near praying that hU hi next nextUrn lIetlUro mioxihint
Urn would bu hU ln Int IntIlls lnntliii t tIlls
Ills promotion to be b Thttallon Chief hlef did not notccmu notcornu notecmno
ccmu until Inn 22 l 11 i > aml attn on Mnyl Mrty hlY I last lastyear Inettnr insttar
year tar alter Chief Homier voluntary retire retirement retirernint ¬
ment Commissioner Scannell put Croker Crokertemporarily eroker1tI11Iornrlly Crokertenitiorarihy
temporarily nt tho head of ollho tho department departmentTho
I Tho appointment npPt > lntrnen wan f1 liUlo permanent alter n nfow nlow afow
fow month but lit II legality woe 11 contented contentedhv cOlllrlltc cOlllrlltcIoy
hv the Ih civil service commUnIon and 1111 Crokr Crokvrwn Crokrflt8 Crokrurn
wn flt8 compelled to price l1l nn exanilnntloii Hu HuHiiLinlttcd l1u811bmlllcI lb lbuuubrnitteii
HiiLinlttcd under rrotiktand lrot prottnt Illnd and then to thin ns nstnnlshmiMit n8InnlshlllllIt rtstnmuisluuuueirt
tnnlshmiMit of every ono nn oiitsldu the depart departmint IlulrllIInl ulunpartmnirit
mint iichlnved a rating ot o l 17 < 7 per cent In InMlt III81lte in inelite
Mlt elite of the fact thnt hl Iris examination was wit na nariBorou 11 nutrigorous 1 1I
I rigorous rn II It could hnvn well II bfeu Inns b bd bdfore before
i fore this Ihl thoie who Inn html I been Intimately as an anllllied asociated > o oi
i elated with the Chief during hU Biipreinacy lprel11l1r In Incommand InCOl11l11ll1101 incomnriuiinti
command hadcoiueto hul cUlllelo corn to reilire that the depart departnient oIllllIrlI uhtIrurtiilntrt
nient was Il III goo good hnniln Kven tho I h0811 to 10whom
1 whom Mr Ir Irokurn personality 1r OIlIlIlIV lo mo mot < t din dinngrncablo dl dlnlfNInhltJ dieS
S ngrncablo were glad that the civil strvlcn 1I flc ta tint tlltI t tI
I I I had put no obstacle oblltnclllin In tliewiiyof tll tire way lIr 01 hU contlnii contlniiIIIK conllnnImc eontiniuI
I IIIK lit it In oIllcH oIllcHI ullIcolhe
I I The circumstances under which he was wnsmade VU wasmails I Imaeh
made nctltiK Chief were lIch that the Ih general generaliiuhllc genercitiuhiiiC
iiuhllc luhllo was wn Inclined to r 1111 eut hi Ittt appointment alpolnlll1 appointmenthugh < nt ntIlIllh I
hugh IlIllh llonner the th grim rim old tncllclnn who hud hudbrought tiedbrouirlrt i
brought llNjilipHrtmenl Ihe thu hIlIrlrnenl ton to a Hlal crate tit < of efnciency efnciencyHUh etfljerteynUhr
HUh us a 15 made in auio It I t tln r lii > nilmlration lilt rtut non of r the tll t lie world worldhad wor111hll worldI I
had hll l IDin I eon repeatedly relWIIYIInljCI to ineiitti iy tlnooject I iii ntJ eon of machination machinationto nit uchh flnti fl 4 4to
to get him out nillol of ollleen Through thin mil milmuiivreftof mitruuhrvres I IUIHII
muiivreftof ruuhrvres UIHII of one of hl suhonlliuitiH II bill WIIH WIIHliuiOluiUl WII ueit4till
liuiOluiUl till iituojI tit Alliany IIaul last > pniii rllll forcing
I 1 tha Chief iutuf o the Xev uY icrk Ilrn I ito liepitrtment liepitrtmentto Puiiirtnuetitti
to ti ritiM rot I r when it lien ho h riiiclnnl Hi I hi year carll eri rs of ngn ngnIt 1I1l rugnIL
It wns wn alinid of eour crUtie c nt lionnnr lo > nnr V t pitl pitltlnn 111lion huththen
lion glgiieil liy Lnnktrs hotel owners tlientrn tlientrnOWIIIT IlIelllr IlIelllroWIIIr thuetitrinwriir
OWIIIT inerehaiiUnnd lIIerrhanl mid everybody of material materialwuiLht 1II11lerlnlwtLhl ittittouinhWtuiLiit
wuiLht In thu liii ponimunlty Ioal III un It was H pri 111111 > eiited to toprotehf 10Irolr I Ihrritest
protehf ngnlnfit tho tim pairing of this Iniv Th Thman lhnail lhii lhiiii
man ii 4 Ii wliiihnd Whirl hnIIIIlMIlr11 hail liiHplred i tlio t Ira Inirodiicllon in tro iuittioii of tire th tireI
I lilli 1111 ii I I WM wn roeognlzoil rcolCul 1 lu and out of the Ih r lit iNiart iNiartinelit iutt ItIUIlJInlll rt rtlii
lJInlll lii inelit C nit us thu inoitilntigoroUH most ninut gurouu tvpn I yun of polilcian ollolirlclnuH polilcianHe htl in lcfnrt lcfnrtlii
He H wa II a illllnll man whose who nlllelencr ns n a llremaii llremaiiwnsconilnimllv Irm311r1l8 irtnuartivri
wnsconilnimllv r1l8 ivri C cnnllnunll Ciflt I nun I v Impnlred i rut IOtroit by his devotion to totho I IIho tothe
the political ll < otTilri of his Assembly Ae lIIbly district districtIt 11I lrlet lrletIt
It was wn recocnlzid by the men III trim I1 nadir him 1IIIIIIIInt 1IIIIIIIIntIll that thatho thatlie
ho would II ulti < ln anything IInthln In the world orlll to tlaie 11n n ndistrict lldostrld ltdstrkt
district hostler < atur fill rank and file of ollh tin de deparnient derlrlmnt i iiartruutnt
parnient wan nfraM ot him Tlm 111 general Iolnrllllrlo IolnrllllrloI oppo oppoHitlnii 0110I
I tilt Hitlnii lint to turn Ih bill blllmhitied tui I i rnmtilnod lflttui Ii ed loyalty nnd 1I1I111IPIIIrl run it appreci appreciation a PirrielI ¬
I I ation for Chief Homier with ilisllke tor tin tlm tlmlUilll th thman liii liiiman t
lUilll man who WIIU Va wee Wtln trln1 117 Olli 10 IU llmlllaun ilispiace 1Ilac hint mill Ih Iltu IIIOUIII IIIOUIIIdroppHddead bill billthropperl I
droppHddead thropperl < dead u us noon UK Ii It was tulrl lalrly made madeDlltlltC maletuuhulhrr
DlltlltC DlltlltCI
I ho feeling r pltrli nrouf nrnurd > ed by h the Ih Incident which whichWK whichWlhl whIchwIt
WK Wlhl only Dim n of several eral occurring through n nl II1rlt1 itif
l 1rlt1 > orlod of if four or hive VIMIS ll had hlllllllt not Hiibsfded Hiibsfdedwhen I1b hl1
I when Chief Uonncr nnnoiiiiQed IInllollll e1 that lit was wasgoing tvnugoing Il IlIlntrll I
going to ntlre The rh first thought of every one oneI 011 011I oneof
I of the hundred of 01111111 men who kni know > w him an the thehead Ihehea nfl nflhead
head hea of the Ih 1ln 1 iris Department thoueh they theywere IIIIrre theywore
were re tint nonClll1ollllIlIh nenimlnl ti nun rl with w it ii thi 1I1llIan t it man himself was wasThey wa waThey OS OS1hllr
They have done him him lit last lastTotliosu latTo hintTo
Totliosu To Ih9 who were In the old chief confi confidence lnnndenCt ectflfldenre ¬
dence his retirement did not hive ha thatfilsnitl thatfilsnitlcnnco that slwill slwillnnco siniiiorifice
orifice The Wlrlll SS lrnloor or Hotel fire was n fIIII rurhommshiul rurhommshiulmod < l > onsllil4 onsllil4inorx IIIf IIIfnor
mod nor thnn nny liD other on 0 < > thing lor Chief ChiefJtonnera ChlelIInnprli ChiefJttnncre
Jtonnera ntlrenient HH Ill wire win wallr prosont ent at atthat litIhnt attitrut
that fire She ease nw how narrow II II TrOW was 1 her hm hmbuilds hll hllIIIIS hitsbrutrils
builds IIIIS escape ecaplllronl eecauo from being Ii I III crushed by tim loll falling lolltrim ¬
trim of the northwest wall of the cr great < nt hotel hotelH hOI hOIlI ltntr11cr
H 11cr r heart was filled as never before with withterrnrofhlBemplorment wllhIrrorol withterrorof
terrnrofhlBemplorment Irrorol lila elllPloJl11l1nt Vleldlnc to her en entreaties fnIrlalle entreaties ¬
treaties conscious e of his hllllncrt8InJo IncreiisiiiK niP oonll oonllillit COli euuiiidttt II IId
illit d lIt BI n fuw men liuvo hrrit the th apiiortunltk to b bi biof ii iiof >
of thu t iii goml will w ill of tho Ih public Iubl mu hi to c winch ut Ii to Ii ho hud hudBervol hilierudlInd tuuI tuuIserved
served erudlInd iind dislrlng opportunity tn enter IIIlf upon 1IJIl111M
IrMBiniiuous 111M tnlIuou nnJUH rind nJn ciii h 1m hoped more morllllwlla prollta
bli LI rurxult Chi Child hlul Itonner renlgnod
The order announcing that his hi resignation r lllnllllon
hail been h n accepted Ilc > pt1 curried carrie > 1 also tho liii announee announeemiiit annotlrnieinput e
miiit that lidwaril F I Crokor tho ncphiw nf if I
Itlehard trokr ro roir r the th lie > loader 11IIrol of Tammany TnUlIIIIIIIlIall TnUlIIIIIIIlIallwo1i1o1 Hall Hallwould HallWoitirt
would take the pine To people imliln and andoutwldo InllnUIi itniloutreinto
outwldo nUIi lo < the Ih department It looked as though thoughChluf IhollllhChlul thtouliiCimluif
Chluf llonner had brett bl 11 nagged out of office in inorder Inorlr Innruler
order that Diehard Crokers nephew mUht ml nniihrturtvr lIt
hnv havn urtvr his hi place 111 Kdwnrd Croknr was 111 not time tlioman 1110man timeman
man who had Inspired hl lllrcd the Iii legislative attacks attackson
on Chief ISonner no ono had hnllor ever uccu aceuseri ell d him himof trimof
of pulling political wires It was said of him himtlmt himthllt hintthat
that ho did not know br Bight IIllrhllh the district 1Itrh lead leader 1ldr lsiudwe ¬
er r Alderman or Assembly man of his III district districtand dl dietriotand trkt trktAn
and An there was wnsli a rumor rumoramong among his subordinates subordinatesthat
that he did not even fcolllkl take the trouMn to vote on onelection oneleellon onelection
election day 111 Hut Itlchard Crokirn relation relationship rlulonIhlp relationshIp ¬
ship to him wn was unanimously seized upon ns nsthn 118thn ruetho
thn reason for his hI appointment
It was a generally felt lelllhllt that under his hllllnnufn08 hllllnnufn08tho Influent influeruoethe
the department ddlarlm nt would bo demoralized < l While
It wt wee > s recognIzed r that he wa seas a a DrRvnnriIcom DrRvnnriIcompetent brave IInllOm IInllOmrNnt mini eom eompCtcnt ¬
petent man It WM thought that the thlPllrpo purpose I of ofsotting Illllnll ofstitting
sotting llnll him at nttthe the head of thedepfirtioent the 118rllnll1t was WHSto Villito wasIi
to Ii rearrange tho organization H lInlz lInn under him i hO hOIhal nothirtt > o othat
that the Ih lower liiter llIt iirtcruste r ts nf Tainiunny Hall Hallrnthvr lIullrnllllr
rnthvr than the lnl Inlrlst rists of 1111111 thncitv tInt cll cliv should In Innerte h hItll bscervet
nerte cervet I Men Itll who enjoyed pnioyellhe the conllilencn nnd
frlenilnhlpof Irl11118hl ollUolllltIl of Illuhnnl Croknrand Crnklr nlllho ann who had hlllIm am amtiitlous anttittlouc
tiitlous friends Ir 111111111 In the tie lirc Iir Ditiartment rubbed rubbedtlmlr rubbedthiir
tlmlr hands In ntitlelpatnrr gl glee o
Itlchiird Croker Idmsiif said ald nothing an he
huts l nwiir II way of doing rilnre thou sonic om people peoplewho 11111who tiOflhulSwho
who have been neiiualnteil 1llu lnl1 with lIh tha th9procrl0401 th9procrl0401th lie progress irmigreesof irmigreesofthis of ofthn
this th ninttor ninmt or have h e whMpureil whl pur1 I tlmt tir lit thin Ih appoint appointnientot alpnllltm a IPIuhnI t tnrertt
nientot m nrertt nl 01 his hl1I0lhcw nephew was wa not iiltogethur to his hi
ilklng I I k I n u but natiirallr ii attn nih y them the rut hall l ItIn hit > cn no 11 an anthnritntive alltharllll arttharhtative
thnritntive tharllll vnnolllloIII nnnoiiTiciinonl nllt tolhnt hi that tITee To JVo JVopin 111pin luapie
pin who beileyi tII trilL nothing good fnLl can piumlblx piumlblxrunif 1 puuinuituiywire lltly lltlyIurnl
wire out of Turn 1nmlll lttrnuuiimny tinny nrllllll Hull WCM rabid rllbl111I In their
denunciation of Ldivnr Crokers iipiiolnimont
Inside th the ilepnrtment llm Ih ti feeling Ip UIllollllmllllt Itlll tnwnrd
him wns 11 very prr little 11111 if at nil hotter Fifteen Filleenleuroof Fifteenyears IIIn IIInUf8
leuroof years Uf8 01 service hud inaiie nlllt H tire > e man mum nppiiroiitly nppiiroiitlyroiitfhirHnd nlIrtlIl1yrOIlhr arprtioririyroltirhor
roiitfhirHnd rOIlhr anllfInr mint more hi h hlotihhees > lei s fit 01 other yenrhjr yenrhjryear year r hy hyJf byyortr
year Jf I1 II hml tire II Klinnnl iiidgmentof II 1Jomfnt < 01 men menwhich menrhleh nuenwlttehu
which hm Its hen 11 ol nhIrlln ervnd In hN hi illicit HH II also alsolinl Ill Illllhc adeuihruh
linl llhc the family IiiTiiiY fulling 1111 or nlwuvsj rticri Iming sure elm r ri Hint HintTliitevnr IhalwhaleVM thistutuitOvnlt
Tliitevnr Im did ui il wn < u tlm t hit very tJry best hllhulir Hung I that thatcould t
could 0111 lu I bn b ilotie rIot I i iiid ii i it ho felt id It t that t hut th tin while whileworld u hue huewunrlul I
world 111101 wn C iigiilnot rlittt ti tI lilm hr hit His JlI I lie eocksurenM ro k en rirm is did didnot ti huh huhtuot
not Inkc thus Ih form of vmiity fllIll It n uve < s still Ilul of ii him himthat tutur
that r hun t nmloubtidly IIn itrurkuri lnublIIII < biui I y ho h iKliived tul h hi was llm IhICil IhICilr1II1I1I t hi test liesttriinin testtrriimnr
triinin In time he 1t11r111lI < l iiirtiiiert hut ihnt he hr It was wasiinli1 wa walillI uaitttt I
iinli1 lillI ntmro ire tin II OHM un nh In 1I1h theilo the rhuuIirrimuvnt 101 > irtinenl Ii Iillired he1 hiwhit
llired e1 with him iiiil fui IUIl11lrlllnr hermnri that Ih t lin h did didnot oIhllIot uiiultrot
not care car what whlllllnII1 W hut nnvlnxlv ri n v I al v llmiighl llmiighlciiiiuif IhllllllhtII tInt right rightIii
ciiiiuif II Iii III Hi ttuC very ry first orders that th t 31r roker Crokeririttitslhiii rokerI I I1II
I 1II MI inUlislllil mid solldlllod nilelllldlllh th feeling In Inthn InIh intInt
tInt Ih ileiiirtnienl ncalns n tn him It h h1 bin id b 1011 nn ihn ihirim hll hllrill i iruin
rill rim ruin ii o oh ih n tu < deiiirnient ul lirrrrti ent that I ha I evury urv llreninn llreninnmight IIr hi renruu nUlIi nUlIimllhl Ii Iiiii
might iii tih t conn iJ ui IIlIt i rl lor in ii nenis 111111 in ill I S three t h ree limes It III flies n ilnr ilnrau I IIIVIIU mit mitnit
au Itum UUI mud u 4 iiatk < iut ilvr r tech u 4 tiucvi UI01 titue II if 111 io i
I I pleiMed he could go out twlc t c a dar for a hour hourand hourIInd hourand
and threoiiuarterl each time I me or he could go goout 110nut gonut
nut once hi twentyfour hours our and an 1 nta stay for
three hours Flrniimn Irne era on duty dilL for HtlT nil III but
tlirooday IhrM da days In n a month lIIonlhlI usually lIAIlY day ll1 and nd night
1 IIWf6 hero turin IIr hirdly hrlI enough ennulthollhem of them In thednrart thednrartment the Ilnratt uhegartmerit
merit to do utu the work requlrnd of them even evenunder veni venitinier
under thesi conditions In order that them themiihnll t thereshall trll trllunlr r
shall hnll always bo enough men In tire engine ngln
houses to answer an iilarinnnarr IIll1rrnlIn uilmurrn mm arflIl1enltlnt tigementnf tigementnfnionl IIr IIrII1MI mlmmunuth
nionl hour was iiulte imcosBary The Ih I lie arranger nrranuument urraDIlmlIt arrangermcmii
ment would havu been morn convenient H tint thnmen tlilI tintrontr
men In rontr 1 wont out let h M freguunlly and Iris seemed seemedto ieonittdto omoJ
I to Chief hihuif Croker sulllclom reason rllllolilor formnklnBan formnklnBanorder or maimIng tin IInorlr tinorder
order that firemen tlrmPIII1 Im allowed to go out nnlr nl
iwliMj IwllIln In twentrfnur hours for their rural hut
that they I tiuu lit I might stay 111 for two hours enoh time
The third I Iii rut menl rn Cut thoy t couM eou I bring tin rlllllio hg to the engine en i no
house In IIllh the form of a lunch or their Ih could go gowithout 1t0wlthOIlIIl gowit
without wlthOIlIIl wit hon t ItitsiiultoHnumlMirof it Its uj 11110 trite 1 nllmlr nulni I unit 11 men In IlIlhe the do dopurtmeiit d dIllarllllellt de deiiurrtriemtt
purtmeiit had already Irnlned theinsalves to do mb
Illarllllellt The 1 ito rebellion rli llion against tl Its order wns If Instan
taneotiK That It Increased the Ih elllclency nf nfthed 11IhollIrlmulit ofthe
thed IhollIrlmulit the uietrujrlmttt pHrtmutit was 110 admltteil br brlh the lhi wit 01 but butthey buttiusy
they Col ci that th they r had naorlllced about us usmuch II IIlUuch aiuuviu
much us they 111 could oulll1lTorll afford to of I their pomoniil pomoniilcomfort lor porrionmi porrionminornifort oll1 oll1tlollnrt
comfort nnd 1111 welfnrn to the etlleleinoy ot the Ih
dupartinent Even the Ih men already broken hro ln In
tn IIIIWII two meiils n ilay 111 foresaw that nil at uunislstlng uunislstlngiiretntnnuo unrnlll111nIClire
iiretntnnuo lire plWC6 ol the tht new rule would WIIU nIl II clear thu thuwny th thY liiiivruv
wny Y for n further regulation that would pro provide provll provile ¬
vide vll a fourhour roe eaoh day da rind shut
lliiin up In thd tligluu houses for the othor
twenty IWlllf hours Chint Croker laughed at t time thaopposition 1110nlOM timeOflIiOCitiuit
opposition nlOM 11011 nnd when he found that It was wa
formidable hn fought It Hn 11 ought It with Ith
flurcenoo that proved his right to bear the th
family naruu Tliorunru TllolU arti men lIlttlll still tore under
time blows that ho IIrllln dealt dJa I In that conUlot
A pitiiioii IJUlIolI Hlgned br b every over in mutt an In the tile101llrtnlllIt thinrhehirtrinimi
dopartmiiit win WI sent to thu > Cornmuflloncr CornmuflloncrPiotistlng Colllm Connmteionmerhututuetinug olollor olollorlrt1I1I1
Piotistlng agninst 1IIIn t the th now rule rltl Couimls Couimlssinner COUlml610111r Cornmisionr
sinner SciintiiHI rmntuutl has some tact With the aid of ofODII ofnil
ODII 0 nil or two otlur olh r p 101111 oplo for who whoo o oDlnlon
Chief Ghl 1 CroUir hud md somn doma of respect r 81ct til tilyoung this IhllOlllllf this5ournng
young Chief was WII persuaded lerUI < 11 that more harm harmwns llIrmn tinimnnwas
was n to bo done by the th enfnrulng of ollho the ruin ruinagainst rull14111nlt rtiiuntainst
against llm bitter opposition tnal 10 tu all the thr faithful faithfulmen IlItlhfulIIIn faithfulitieti
men under him than luau could ixwslblx carat nut nutof outof
of It for good 100111 If It were allowed to stout Tho Thoruin TIIIIrill Thucumin
ruin rill was II rescinded but not until thn tii men lIIt > n of oftho 01Iho ofttio
tho Fire Jtr Ualuutinuiit l I1 llttmunt hId been thoroughly con convlnoud COlivlrlldd coruthiieurI
vlnoud that Crokor was u Ult hunMicarlod and allllli allllliflckloott tu tureckle a arockIest
reckle rockIest < of I their health and comfort as ha was wasrough W83rOlllh wasroumgh
rough In speech and Ilnclmnrllltr manner
Th Thus quarrel tint not been without Its It I good goodrultH JrOOI JrOOIrull goomlresults
results Croker had learned what bill It was 1114 to tnglvo to1I1d togive
give lu lo the prottMs of 11 others llIer and the ra mnn mnnhlllllparnollhllt nrr nrrhaul n
had hlllllparnollhllt learned that the hit Chief wa was H man that It Ittliujnt I IIlhJnt
didnt pay to mOllk monkey with II became ap apparent otliaruint ¬
parent 01 rent thnt political considerations had very rv
little IItl to do with Crokers Ideas of the thu way y th thdepartment the thetlerwrtmemrt
department del > lIrlm lIt was wit IL4In to b be run The Chief ha hn tho thopower IhoIOW9r thm thmpruwurtu
power pruwurtu to make transfers Ir DMfr After he had made madea mldoIII
a III few that wwiiied to him to be for the th better betterrnontof bunerlIIont bolternruunt
rnontof lIIont 01 the service a district leader appeared appearedat
at Fire Headauarters HeadauartersMay
May Chief he began b lllIn after Introducing Intro uclnr
himself hlrll II tuu ou transferred tranelrrllllolit out of olcolll ofcornlarum coin coinany
11111 any thi tii other day Now ow you OU know kno that alnt alntright alntrl aintrtgir
right rl 1 1 1ttmy
rightWhy Why nlnt It right asked ukllllho the Chief grimly
Its JLlolIIl la my district III trlt wns vtut 118 the thu answer answerWhat IIn8werWhllllllll answerWhurit
What Whllllllll the hell dilloreuco lets tto that make
Inquired Mr Ir Croker CroktrTho CrokerThu Crokerthe
the leadur Bald that h he thought that Mr
Croker Crok r might to havu men hlrn him about It am amnny IIlId ammularuy
nny 1111 way 11 iio didnt want thu wan to bd 1J trans transfurred transIrrell transfur
furred IrrelllIo fur roil roilIt
lIo It otohi 10 hI llsild saint tho th Chief rising from than thanchair thnchnlr
chair in 1IIIIIIeh such a way that his visitor oikcd for lortltlt forttuu
HID door Out 0 the hull out of hero and nevur nevurcomo nercomlllllck nevurcome
como comlllllck lack bnckThn lackThtt
Thn politician went I1I Thu tory travelled travelledaround IrnvellelllIOUl1llll1u travetIouttirorinmuh
around lIOUl1llll1u the d nartincnt nnd nmd around among the thepoliticians thelollltela8 theliotiticiatis
politicians Two or thfiio other loaders IUlldo art rvnnounced artiinrmnerl
nounced that ther Ihl worm r going 1C01n to RO toe oe Chief Chteftoiier
Croker nnd that ho wouldnt dar dllrllio in Ireat them themthat thornt
that t wuvnomrl wU u lU nu III t r I Itut ii U I hu dlJ 111 ti Id 1 Ho tout been beenpurmanontly henleurlllnnOIlIl beenriurtrrurnenithv
purmanontly appointed by b this time thin and they theywouldnt IhevO theyuiUirtflt
wouldnt O hurt lilm try ns ii they I might Tho Thomen Th Thbait
men In tlm ranks of oi the Fire Fir liepirtineut have haveveryllltlotlinotonilcud htoitt
veryllltlotlinotonilcud itt I I it Ic t mi ut teuii to politics tuol it cc uinl they theywere I hmoyuvro
were most of thnn rather grateful to the theChief tireCiuluf
Chief for relieving thorn from the niov neovasity tltr of oflining
lining no nollis sohim
llis him < iuntitlt nsRni us fir 1 fighter soon discovered discoveredthiuiisflvin rliscovnnorlI
thiuiisflvin I irniri i vn AH ku u ginTuI gemu trt the I iru depnrtment depnrtmentfound tluIulirt in ent entfutU
found futU tnt his hi I IcfiileriihlnrntliKr ipiirnuht r rut hint more Inspiring Itt t ii ri n g on onthe ont
the t me wholii tv tiniui thnn Chi lid l llonnors turn niece direction ut irect had
I Ii was thin way of thin old chlerou chief out mirth
Ingnr itt n hire to walk wal k tho nuiBldu of a
hullding mien and perhaps to either ft ftfor itfor
for a moment lie then rstlrud tn tnu toii
u coinmniidliig situation rind recolvud recolvudreportH rucoiuuulremuoiitt
reportH from his subordinates and ttuI Issued Issuedorders lseuutOritiit
orders tlirnuth his uldes Ho hhn wns ntiKOlutuly ntiKOlutulyroot tulreoiuteriyiooi
root and Iris experlmice wits NO grunt tlmt It Itwni itwas
was uot necessary for hltn to ounce Hen with lilt own ownces ownttC
ttC ces what was going on In order to underMand underMandIt
It Hn fought hire intuitively He had that thatgreat thatgreat
great murk of a commander that ho wits ready readytn rentut rentutto
tn uhnndon n hopi huopuinsq > e s poslilon long Morn Morniiiiylioly iretotrunurrytuoly
iiiiylioly fi rlnu4 > SIlO It win hopUuss In onler lo lopush toI
push I itch tlm t ii light hg ht wheri uv hi ru lighting nIgh tin it would do sonic nomogoml sonicuuttul
goml In I it nn ur ri omergiincy e Ill I ri no In I ni the burning bu to hag build building hit hit hitlint ¬
lint when unfora urtforoern ecn eoniplkatlon nros art < hl hlmen his hislimO
men knew exiiclly whom toflivl him for further furthernriliTs furlhororitiis
nriliTs It was his iMHitom when he arrived nt ntn mita
n lire often only half In uniform n brown felt feltlint felthritt
lint pulled over Ills eyes c > ee n red tiuniflbor mil flier tied tiednrniind tioulnirrulind
nrniind his thrnnt tn Htnnd for an tmurnt huur at a atiniH isthrrms
tiniH without BinvlngnntnchTTlthun moving run inch whit tin unllghted unllghtedi imnitglmreuicigar
i cigar 1 far betwinii IU teeth and never speaking speakingixouiit speakingmseemt
ixouiit to acknowleilge curtly tire report of n nballiillon abuutiuihlouu
balliillon chief or tn growl out an order orderChief oruherbtiefCrokr
Chief btiefCrokr Croker Is novnrsilll nirviur ntihifra far u moment Ha
Is moie muot o nf n daroilevll I than t lilt H he hi would allow iii how nny nnyonoof atr y yiOn
onoof iOn of his lii men tn ba b The first thing hu does doesnn doestumu
nn arriving nt a lint fir Is to got ns flu oiosp to the thevery thevery
very centre of It us hu cm with any hope of ofcoming ofeorniurg
coming out alive Ho Is running from root point to topoint toputmut
point about the hire all tin thr tlm tinnim urging on th thmen thte thtemcmi
men of evurv uouipanr and directing them and andreproving antIriurovlmrg
reproving them Tlm bound of a falling wall walltnunlly yeah yeahtisuittly
tnunlly Instdes a tlrrnnn fir intuit to run from n tire tirenn tireno
nn matter where idiots the sound seems to lob be Chief Chiefi Chielti
i ti piker ter first motion when the brlRkHbealn brtuke begin to tofull honil
full nil Is almost always tiiwhrd the lire He has
been much eriittIitt < rlfei i < d for the risks he liar la taken takenIn
In doing this sort ort of thing but hu Is i not notit
it man who euros fur criticism lioforo lioforohe
he win wit tattle permanent Chief u roof upon uponwhkh uponwhlhu
whkh hn run knowing thnt It w was burning burninsiiidpi burninghulnufubl
iiidpi him hulnufubl full utile his weight and he eaton camnvithlnn eatonivit
ivit vithlnn tu I ii a rniriuttf flu i nm rite and n half of being burnud hum rmrriih to totieaili touhnaiim
tieaili Tills wns In n lire In cigar ii factory nt atituelyhttmm
NlimtylxttiBtriut ituelyhttmm sirut nnd Kirt venue Hut no noone noOut
one hiii hii ever notice I Unit the nxperlencH has hasma hunirerust
ma rust I HM ttr Chief t intl nny nh thelecscnrelensof tIn ices earele of himself himselfThesHtfliaracterwIcii himselfiIresnn
ThesHtfliaracterwIcii iIresnn thiaritctcrintles of 11 Chief Croker hnv hnvlieen bitts bittshneen
lieen HUpiilcmentod by Homellungof enuipt tttng of thn crime samuInstlnctlvu crimeI
Instlnctlvu I ui itt neil vu genius ginul I ir s for lighting ii ghti tig llrn Ii rim which mado madoChief urrrulnluirl
Chief luirl llonnnr HO great ii i than The new Chief Chiefthe Chiefthus
the men nay na will In llmugnln time gain more nnd moro moroknnwledgn nuoroknuirwleihu
knnwledgn of llrcs until It will not benec be neessenry BBnry
for him tu liok into detnlls nt each fir fire BO care carefully cirsfull ¬
fully full u llut ito I thiiir thu Ilkit hi k ru Ills it is spirit pf rim and they I h ty nro rm ro In Inspired friiuird
spired tn do iii ttie same sort of uf thing ihemsnlvH ihemsnlvHlleeently ihrnsnivershmneently
lleeently too to they havncomu hnvmn Cirflhu to tmllovo that thatthi tututhin
thin Thief hiuf liana Iran i little rginl for them iis men
llo luisslioini hums pmlowrr n great Interest In tin legislation legislationlit
lit li t Albany Al tuon Directing in iyeem i n g firemen II cc true tu particularly nan ho nltrh y In the thuproposed theProposed
proposed measure which etmail Imll BO lner inorniurno a o this thnf
f iK rhLin > i that ouch uteri will have eight ight hours of
h iii lay nt home I here U certainly no personal penreonoltu
Interest tu tertut which it huichi Concerns H the I iii Chief t hid In I n this t tile bill lullii
He ii has no never verlnkun titLtru a night iuigtututTduty off duty since Im tins
li en Chief ol thu Department HlncaMnyl HlncaMnylIm hInt May I IItnit
Itnit Im ha < lieen presunt on time nt every tire tirenl hireItt
nl whlh tV htlu In wits expected x hCteui nnd rt rid at a great mmy mmywlinru mmnyvhure
wlinru ho WH wits not cxpcted H lii nnvi rinser r goes ocs to totlie totite
tlie drugstore utrttiz store round th thiui cnpuir from the hi sta station strilion ¬
lion when he t Hienu nri without telling lil driver driverwlurn diverwnumrfl
wlurn inlliul him when n call comic comcATlie comicim
Tlie im i Chief ii l I s 4 also aI nut nnxlnus a n x loris ro Imad off thn bills billswhich bi his hiswhich
which nre or Onstnitly Intro luend nt Alknnr re reln tohtustrrtlrmg
ln htustrrtlrmg tiitliig firemen who have been dropisil nn nnllmioiuf onr
llmioiuf r 1mm roil lid regaiils these measures as In Injurious inI ¬
jurious I It rionrs in dioliilne d tilt mu nnd a itt ns 0 5 raids on th t huti pen pennon ptimuthan ¬
non fund HeHiystliHt itt iiys hunt if thesn bills keep on ontheie onI
theie I item e will uv ii I bo ne pension tori stout money lett hy tho t Ito time tlmnllm timeIhiti
llm young men In the Department arc ready to toretire toitlro
retire retiretntll itlroUntil
Until Chief llonners retirement than Firs
Dipnrtment had never Iron under the com commnnd corniruand
mnnd of n titan who hud beun from the very verrclnrt veryitntrt
clnrt a professional llremsn The men who whoglowlid whogirwtiul
glowlid ngalnst Chlof Itonner as tray men menwill menuvhli
will nls i growl ncni agarnint ust the be t of if nrtiunndirs euuflnnuaflhlurMttoil nrtiunndirsused
used tn sny that what they wanted woolen was n Chief Chiefwho Chritwho
who had worn the blurt shirt Thoilvnnrtinpnt Thoilvnnrtinpntthey Tito uitnrirtrtnnpnt uitnrirtrtnnpntthey
they said iirt hind been long enough under men menwho menwh
who wh hunt comA dmvn tu It Irim time Volunteer
Fir Department which ran tollres to liric for this fun funof usa usaml
of tho Ut thing t Tharo Was n sentiment nrnong nrnongthe nirutongtime
the men however little foundntlon It may have
had In fact that tire men who came down from froml from fromttum
l ttum lie Volunteer Department recanted th the reuof reuofHm rest of ofhurt
Hm hurt firemen an Inferior clay The one consola consolation eonohatim ¬
tim they hid In the appointment of Edward EdwardCroknr EtiwarriCroker
Croknr was that he had worn the blue shirt If Ifonly Itonly
only tnrallttln for a little while Few of them knew how howshort huowmuon
short his novltlntn really was Thin feeling feelingtoward founiirmgtoartrl
toward him which a diplomat and n polltlclnn polltlclnnwould pohitlebunwnutiil
would havu worked upon tohlsown to hi own advantage advantageillHsolvedlntnihln tsrl vantage vantageuIiCilviiit
illHsolvedlntnihln uIiCilviiit into ultin air with the light overt the thotwo thetwomeah
two twomeah meal order orderTlm orderFhinn
Tlm story of the change In the feeling of tha
dppartniPntUnwnril diartnmentl trrwriril Its chief begins here The Tnatwotntal Thetwotnal
twotntal order had hoen an attempt to make makethe maketue
the department more businesslike and more moreHIQHCLASS morelUaUCLASS
1214 W 27TH ST STN STNtr
N Ntr r Broadway BroadwayLadiei hIrruarlwsyLadies
Ladies Tailormade Suits SuitsSilk Q QSilk
Silk Lined throughout throughoutTO 3 3TO >
Our garments gr grave e Ih figures of Jew JewYorks NewTorks
Yorks most f fiitinnutrl hliu U women Onrdolkni Onrdolkniare Our dehuni dehuniare
are orUlnal < mad ml ticluilve Our cloth are aremade arennrude
made from rune the noeit Irnporleil woolen Our OurBiwIitiinU Ouretstfltl
BiwIitiinU are men of ability In their reins reipeolive reinslive
live culllDm Every garment incite by ni niIt asIn
It a ork of art ami attn perfrrttonln cut tlr tlrflul hrflmtihi
flul flmtihi h aiil inneUI < Hear th hess facts In mind mindand mirthaiud
and runil Ixi ipireil the very dl4p disnmointiiurr disnmointiiurriierteneei > olnllnti olnllntieiperlencrsof
eiperlencrsof iierteneei ofrionne name woiocn wholn who inwi lterl verlenmUy verlenmUyoterionksi ntjy ntjyoverlooked
overlooked in and w wtcrt nt elsewhere eNtivhtreSPECIAL elsewhereSPECIAL
Ladle lllclln imkiiiuet il tallur mill Sails ntis hand hamtSlinnl handsiuruirt
Slinnl tailonnl m ht Istenut t < prlru rtng itrU noel ua1frnin noelfrrir
frnin ln tire > flnr finest t traporlej clottm cloibssi cloibssiways Cop CopPERFECr
ways 40 bitt mroiy mroiyPERFECT
Golf Suitt Automobile Coitittc Coats etc In lattit lattitLaujin latcitLaiJnt
Laujin and PirllUn Syltt Syietrnytrrr
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You eta cm begin fcfglnnow beginnow
now and have haveyour haveyour
your complexion complexionmtde complexionnude
nude perfectly perfectlycltar perfectlyclear
clear rosy and andtransparent andtransparent
transparent lot lorone lotone
one dollar only onlyfor
for sixty days daystreatment daystreatment
treatment treatmentTHAT treatmentTILtT
THAT MEANS that for 111 the mereLy nominal sum of ofOXE ofONE
ONE DOLLAR wt will all but give away au ample auiplnpply amplesupply
80APsnfflcltntfor SOAP enchent for B1XTV DAYbdally DAYh daily treatment treatmentBut
But w we will do still better for suirrsra tinVr r from bait lonuUuJliigntlndleaiti baitstsuiittig
stsuiittig UuJliigntlndleaiti mkhn dieasee and oompleiton blcinlihe blcinliheItoujh btenntstuetXhurrzghu
Itoujh when lr lrutnrl l a by then Worldfamous Item Itemedi htiutiuekes
Ilk like a machine It wit wits not lx born > rn In a desire to tooppress toOppress
oppress tilt m 10511 n Mr Crokers next motions motionsInward nuuntiOltetoward
Inward bettering tho tht department brought no nohanlshlp nraluarrishmip
hanlshlp upon the Ito men and was not resisted resistedMr resistedMr
Mr Croker Is thn ho youngest Chief with ouoex ouoexception tune x xcepUcim ¬
ception who has evur vur commanded a paid 1irj lire liredepartment
department In this country He Is only 17 17year h7yare
year old now Hohfllinvod Ito believed that Inasmuch ns nsn isa
n llrntDaus work was largely work that oilled oilledbrav oiliudfor
for uitirletto physlutuors thus depertuneat shoUll shoUllbeA7oumJg
beA7oumJg mens dcrartnuent TothmoChiofs TothmoChiofsmind
mind a men who is not active no matter hsrtw hsrtwbreve
brav and ant capable a flroman he might be I Ivery Is Isvry
very nearly useless a is t the be leader of a battallou battallouIll oattsiiouliii
Ill liii Drtt orders ahowud his determination to tocut toautroung
cut autroung young men In command whenever It Ills U poi poistbe peeaible
stbe to do so sotionu 10tbonu
tionu after this policy had become clearly de deflneil detltr
flneil tltr il an order uame out from liradauartcra liradauartcraunnnc mquartnrsthat
that engines should runt blow their whmlerfee whmlerfeeutunuieessmtriy
unnnc utunuieessmtriy Miirlly when returning from three at Blow Blowspo slowmpeutl
spo mpeutl d and that the ringing of bells bellson beltstin
on the tfme ho imoso o carts mind hook and lad laddor tadder
dor trucks should hi > stopped altogether altogetherwhen milto4ethmerwhreut
when It was not needed to warn people out outot coilof
ot the way of hppurattiB moving nt fulfspeed fulfspeedThU full slieCri slieCriThis
This order bras contributed a grent deal to the thecomfort timeeolnroit
comfort of the thu pnoplo of New sew York nt night nightwithout nightWitluuiuit
without their knowing It fits trdltloii of th thold this thisOki
old Volunteer Fire Department whlih hail hailcorns ira iracome
corns down to Chief Urokers tlm time rather de demuuded demnumuudtl
muuded tlmt llremon should make us much muchnolB nit uihm uihmtrolse
nolB us possible at all times and In nil places placesnnd tuiitcturitirud
nnd l tiiecnnetmunttooting he constant tooting of whiffle whietlesammd and ring
log of balls br lu engines tied wagons moving st stslow atelouV
slow speed throng heupty streets at the depth depthof
of nleht was quite oonslntent with these lIens IdeuxChlof lIensChutmuf
Chlof Crokur fins stopped It ItThu ItThes
Thu next order prohibited the breaking of ofglass f fglass
glass unnecissurllr In burning buildings It Itttus Itua
ttus ua another tradition of the department hut thntnothing hutnoihmhnug
nothing cnuld ever ho lifted or pushed OPen that thntcouldbusmashedotxMi thatcnruiiltrncnuashierlouiu
couldbusmashedotxMi Vhimaflrcmanwantud Vhimaflrcmanwantudto titun a hiremaru wanttul wanttulto
to open n window ho went at It with his me
handli heath ttuuk out In front of htm and then brokn broknout brokuout
out thn Hiish bolorn entering Chief Crokvr Crokvrcominnnileil roknireomuttmirtnihuuI
cominnnileil that tins men must try to raise a asash asash
sash or open It door or to break the lock by pry
Ing undiir the nash before they broke glass glassTho jzhrtsThtO
Tho result his Lccn that time has actually been beenKitvHd bcrflPitvAui
KitvHd iind thnt the hosrutal return cut br
glass nnsnonrir uisapp uisappreconlK tilts tiltsrecorrtrt
reconlK ol tho department departmentIn
In alnrcr numbrrof places through thn hue city
there ore more HM nliirm I tozet OIHS In a certain
district than there are numbers under the thenumerical thenttrruuritntl
numerical system In districts where It lias
biU necessary to havo ten cull Imxes for In InHtaiice iniltuttict
Htaiice the ninth aunt tenth boxes have bonn bonnolllgwl tsu tsuolrhhiztsl
olllgwl tn bfartltesimonumb brirtlue into number rbcoiiUBeuntli
Ohluf Crokora tuno noholy could ece ee
how th lire aarm acparntu could strike ctrlknD
D 1 The boxes were numberod from 1 1to 1to
to U nml wh when n thus tenth box wis put putin Pittlit
in it had tn take lh thin > number nine ninenine ninealso
nine The firemen hurrying to answer un unI onnularui
I iihirn from from otto nf iheiie double boxed botesfound
I found that they frequently lost tlmo N tsntween tsntweentiuiinu < tween tweentinin
tinin Ono of the men tu th he telegraph bureau bureauunite bureaututu
unite tutu tho Ito slinpln mggi sumggtdlQu tlou thatzoro tiud zimlo to do donoted rhontitesl
noted by ten Btroktsnl Lntrrke of ibm bell that the num numler utmrnicr
ler fill rot or Insinnce liu rung ft strokes strokenu4 strokenu4crtroktas1O 4 4Mrokos
Mrokos crtroktas1O ID strokes Double boxos were done donenway noneruway
nway wllh WI I h and hiindriidi It ru tuiirerh ol dollars huvu huvunlrnidv hartnnirtrtd
nlrnidv > been becnsavettuj saved to thai city l hit > r Chief Crokers
liniiieillrttii imriiutnlt ntis adoprlon of the suggestion which
lmpiis hnmupt rc It wns yTut hued beer thin laughing stock stockof atoikof
of the department for snveral Vir ytrsInteterurl
Instcnrl of nssembllng rite ofllcorsof oflteur of tlioiln tlioilnrurtmentnt tIm thai thaiturirtmentmut
rurtmentnt lire headiunrters once a month to torecvlvu tortetivei
recvlvu th pity for their men thereby causing causingnearlr causingnearly
nearly nil the companies of the city oit to bo with without without ¬
out their regular commanders nt the tame tametime cametlruie
time Chief Orok Oroker r ordered that tIme battalion battalioncirids
I clilMfs Vhouldtake should take thVVheckTafouirdto the chocks nuroutrud o the
I dllTerentBUtlon different stations IJvery bnttujlon chief liasi liasiunUKlly hues a
driver who acme us tils alum at tires lsntt who is isusually
usually not kept very busy Ohlef Croker
found employment for this man by ordering
thnt ns soon as he hail reached the tire with
his chief and was at liberty he thuuld go to n
telephone and give fire h heatinuerter ad < iu rters all DOS DOSsi
si bio Information about what was going on
There aron are is lot of fire companies along both
banks nt the East RIver that ban an no carried carriednro carrherlneros
nro neros s the river sooner than engines from rota far farilistaht
distant rnrlt of the city could com by land
lhUf Croker has mailo nn orraneement with
the ferry companies that In case of a big fir fire on oneither ocmeither
either bank of the river they will dn theIr tlmlrutmost theIrultruuot
utmost tn help companies from from th the other olda
to cros tho river as quIckly as po tionalbla slblo and
lend a assistance assistanceihtsatotumtinir slBtancoThpstopnlnu
Thpstopnlnu of street cars before they cross crossRtreetn crossrrtrtuets
Rtreetn through which flrengines firs enqines frequently
Passat trees itt full Steel has been brought about by
Chluf Croker uec urrgeuuthon tlon
In the mntterof new apparatus there U no noschenioof noschenuoofths
schenioof schenuoofths thdnventnrto invonitorto which Chief Croker
14 not willing to give tlm lImit until study The ThenMWdrnper Tueflewpritere
nMWdrnper have been lull lately uf ih tits flru flruBenrcnllBht truiceitrchitghut
BenrcnllBht by which nflre a tire engine Instead nf nfworking ofivirking
working a pump works n dynamn that
furntsheB n sufficiently strong light to light up upChief
tarts of a burning htthidtutg in wtmioh rharknes
Iruint always been the ilrnnmnnta groatest danger
Chief Crokor was one nf the first men In the thecity thecity
city to ninkw practical use of tlm norselnss norselnsswnaon horroeinrnwagon
wagon ItHCemot it lucerne t tnhlm to hint that while a horse horsemight horsettilght
might attain as satisfactory speed ns nn auto niitomobile automuiotuhie
mobile machlno for short dlttancex long
distances could better b be overcome by a amachine amachine
machine limn even by a relay of horses So
the Chief bought his locnmobllr and now he U
tnbefniindnt Ii tie output at big tires In Hsrlem and buyond
thn tie Ilarlom lllver beforo nome of limit battalion
chiefs of that nilghborhood get g tn them
The spirit of energy anti projresilvenes projresilveneswhich trromrosivsnenswhreh
which Is denoted hut nil these clmngpHnnd elmurrgcc UJul in innovations Innovuttions ¬
novations has put the Fire Department on Its Itsnmttlo itsuutunttio
nmttlo A change In the management of a agnMt agreat
great tuiKlnoxs usually moons nn effort on thu thupart lit litpart
part of n great number of BulonllnMes to tomnko tomniks
mnko tholr planes a little easier anil innru innrucomfortabio nuorucomfortable
comfortable before the now administration
ha tune rtrnrrn It its lines tlrmlr The men who whoraailo whomario
raailo tins nffort when Chief Crokor took com cominsndof cramrnantl
rnantl insndof of the dspartment were very much ill illntipolnted utla utlanhpoiuitstI
ntipolnted and If you ask the oldflro chasers chasersBrtl mhtrisursuinl
Brtl Insumiicn rnnn whether the Klro Depart Department 1eprertmnent
ment line been demoralized hv the tue appoint appointment atipoinrimont ¬
mont of Kdwiird Crokor as Chief they will
laugh laughtia In your face faceTitinn faceriiuw
Titinn ATKSVK i rvui it n rrxAscisv rrxAscisvTrolldim JzvAXJIrotrctlve
Trolldim Cnmmlttein nf Credltori Not NotItendj NotReadj
Itendj Vet With Its It 1lan 1lanThe lhanThe
The Protective Committee repretantlna the thsholders theholders
holders ol the unfunded debt of the Third Ave ATBnue Avenue
nue llallroail Company has nothing to make raakopublic makepublic
public as yet yetIt yetIt
It was learned yesterday that responses responsesto
to the committee advertisement had already
been received from a number of credItor It ItI ItIs
I Is thn hut Intention to tohuave have made a thorough ex examination oxaminatloit ¬
amination of the affairs and financial condition conditionofthn conditionof
ofthn of the Third avenue company Rumors that thatpolitician thatpotiticlanshava
politician potiticlanshava bare been mixed up In It its affair affairwill aiTafrewill
will b be Inquired Into It I Is said that th lbs com commlttM co comitte
mlttM roar move to prevent by Injunction th thparnxntof tImpayment
payment parnxntof of thol thro 1 tx tier > r oeat quarterly dividend
that wn wits declared by th the directorlait Wedno
dee davftlwardLnutArbaoh deeEiiwnrni ftlwardLnutArbaoh Eiiwnrni Lituterbath counsel nf the tirecompany company
Tvnsiiuotml iYas ilurutsuit vo ostprriay < terdarto to the efTeot that sines
Kiihn loh V v Co In I droripnil th thir lr negotln negotlnrepMfeniatlve
tions for hlneneing iii 17Oittxx hosting
debt other bankers hail tuseonne intertteni A
repMfeniatlve of Mr Lauierbaoh denied that
he luetrad had mad meulC such uch a statement
Ol Mtir e s ash < ld Mr lauterbachs repre repreprogriitlng
entatlve eamtfling will hive to be done
hilt nil that cimm besatil now fe that matters are
U A tirnnnlsn VlcnProshlont nf th thus Mutual
Iite Jtie Insurance Company said yetterdar hut tlmtreferredto
liii etntmontthrit that namnmnny tea oni of
the principal hiitorri of liii riufuinited tltt of
tim Third utyatrute company was hrieorrmct
The Muttinit Life holds noau if the 5ccUrhtis
referredto referredtoMovliii referraiI to tolovliig
Movliii rirtnre Mnn Klnrcl for Contempt ContemptJudnoLncornbfOt ContemptJudge
JudnoLncornbfOt Judge Lmiconnbe of the United States Circuit iroui
Court handed down an opinion yeitrnifty hold ¬
hag Elrarhnrd Hchnslder gullti of contempt nf ofcourt I Icourt
court and fining him LSO 50 Hchneldnr I4ctirmeiderexhibitoti I4ctirmeiderexhibitotimoving exhibited exhibitedmoving
moving pictures at attire the Dewey Thoatre In via ¬
lation latiomiolan of nn Injunction served by Thomas A j
FJlBon Thitllma Time turns were noised rfiMiitly hy
Inlliil Stntin ilurshal lienkel and attn theJudgH iii Jttiltu i
held thnt t timer should b forf ltuI Hn I Is snlil sit in i
that butt tho tiC fact that HIP Infilnglng turns nrulrn rut Ito
t iwrrtuiI irted or made In riilladoitihlii 1hleago or
lUewhen wlllinut l let t or hliiitranci > gUns alei
HchueMer t4ct it il e r tmrghtto rn ri g itt to ut ihrm I hi no lit wirmi wr rnni t
KclineMer Ifrii irnti r Hi t Ii i tin t I it ca < M u nf f nnv future bitt ii re vlolntlons vlolntlonsnf
nf d tit uuiictiuu h would L ire Mivvmlr
IIKAPS MOTH A AS > D L1VEII PATCHES on nr trader s sthis
111 this skin TAX YKLIOW and MUPDYSWrsplillr MUPDYSWrsplillrill MUIIIY gj rspldty rspldtyttlaitbne4r
ill ttlaitbne4r > l > Hkr moil of them them within a week nearly itl7 all allwlthlu altwithIn
withIn a month y yet l if TUB WOIHT COMPtKXIOM COMPtKXIOMI COtIl11 COtIl11i
I not much lRIinOTLV YOUTH OUTliFl7In KtlK CLtfAn cud anitnillLLIASTLY cudllhthlLTASTLY
nillLLIASTLY LOVKLV within nUty day days WA wilt wiltCnatiflla l lccnllirin
ccnllirin to Ilpplr th tire Wafers and Knap tl this KX KXTKEMELY X XTIIItMELY
TKEMELY low dollar lU tat till a CLKAB tOVIXf tOVIXfroinlnlou LovrLfconutitesiumt
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lend nut not IM tliau rOOM package of Dr Ctfmp Ctfmpbell ILttP ILttPbells
bell bells 8f Armnle Wtttri and foilld Arsenic 8 > ap apla at atto
la answer to si many latJ tatidrrI fd lajloi who will cr crtauiy Cettatnly
tauiy oath ami all eutuiKlaitlcally recninmend us usto utCto
to their frleinli V t will certainly cell ell ItCH a mil millinn intlhna >
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14C7I Centro St Nnwr York YorkKKSCVK YorkFJII
An Early Each Morning Flrn irn Arniuii Nlccpera on onmill onlitlhi
mill Avenue AvenueThere ArnueTtmere
There were two rescues at an curly mornlnt mornlntUrociQ morninelire
UrociQ lire uO Tilth n venue yontordny nnd Meiit John JohnHoweiof Johnhowe
Howeiof howe of Engine Ul oiliKd one morn to his al already alrearly ¬
ready long list of rescued The Ore wrs at 40 4t0t
1 Fifth avenue at the soutliweit corner ot otThlrtyelglith offhmirtyelgirtht
Thlrtyelglith street Thp Thu building U owned ownedliy ownedby
liy John S tVcnthcrleJ n I womans tailor who whoiiccuples whooccupies
occupies the tIt ground floor with his shop The Thenecond Tirettoumui
necond story wa was occupied liy Hnsetts Ins otts photo photouraphlo photouraiuitie
uraphlo studio munagtil by John 0 Mclim Mclimj 3lelitnOtt
j On the third floor Mme Nora ilaynnrd Orerit Oreriti
i I conducted a musical niuclealconservatary connervatory on and J occupied occuupienhI
I some of the moms us n dwelling with her hermother hermothsr
mother and her two daughter The fourth fourthand foiurhiistat
and fifth stories were occupied by h the lodgers lodgersof
of Mr and Mrs OM Dyson Among the lodgers lodcenwere lodgerswere
were Miss Frances ramuccs Freer a inuslo teacher and andI andWilliam
I Wllllnm Martin Alkent nn architect architectThe
t The fire was dlocovumd by Mine Green Oroeai
i shortly after 2 oclock It hail attained eon eonNldernble eonsitteraiuie
Nldernble headway In tho fourth otorrand clot anti thn
1 I halls w were ro tilled with smoke Mm ime Oreen fl flel flelI < < > l lame
I unthi tier motheratud daughter to he Street
huit hr wits teen at than cant ame tlmo by 1oliee olree
I I man Link who turned In nn alarm Immo Immtuutiately
I dlatelyution utiately upon tlielrarrivil their arruvii thoflremcn tint fireniten wer set
t to < > work nldlng ihuoccupants of the housn tu tuI
I musCatel MB rratiol J Ireor ncr wa was attn linn on
the tire escape nt tire roir of the llflh HiorVi HiorViI stoly stolyscreaming
screaming uumul Rfmptefltiv on the troint o
I lumping juiuiptng FIremen Alonio Welseot cioe of Engine 51 51went I Iwemmt
went to hcrutid tier until helpeillnrtn hnhhuerl tier to the ground groundns
A riceule of a nrore tlueatinti chmuraeter was
that of Architect likens ns Ho was the lat par parinn paritutu
inn In the building His os O5ttmO < ape by the thaBtatrwar thestairway
stairway wn wmra cut off and ann hi ruined
tn the front window on the louitii louitiiHtnrr tou 4
story and climbed upnn the sill 111 us
though nbont tn jurat llttttnllon Chief Ulnna Ulnnan Ilirutiesent
n sent nt Meiit Mown to lbs rescue how went ti tithe tithis
the fourth tourthfioor floor nf th the hunt nf Archie Gum 3unmwitleti
wlilch niljnlns the tIe burned building on tin tintomb Its ItsiOtttIu
tomb AfkcnswasBtiindliiB ikemtswuui stunnIng in a window next
to thiOiinn ttt Otirunt housx And tnt from the ruarost win winflow
flow In it thin Ounn house Howe with the lie alit or
Driver rilzgcMld lot hlnisolf out and graspoil
Alken hv th ntis arm Thus supported tire archl
tiict math > his way nlnnu tli time coping to the win ¬
dow In which his rescu rescurs r stoat
Meanwhile time tIre hail Biirotd to the fifth
floor After Kome corn hnnl worg It was put nut
Ir did not extend below time fourth floor but
tho hut dnmngM from wntir on the lower floors wn wnconsiderable was wasconslilermitrh
considerable Th Time total loss will probably
reach JOWO 3QuOrjro JOWOTiro
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Two tickets have toen presented to tha thamembers flu flutuiembers
members of the Eirplro State Hoclety of the theHons thelonq
Hons of the American Revolution to be vofil iottor
fnrnt or nil the annual election which Is to be rmM rmMon huiltout
on Fob L7 nt Sherrys The regular ticket la
headed by ii llohert II Uooevelt who I he re
nonilnnted for 1resldcnt of tire noclety Tlm Tinisrtiiioittoui
opposition ticket wnloh In tlm society l Is <
known as a numbers tlcbft It hfoilod by
Oen let Horntlo U King of Ilrooklyn TIre mem memisisedof
hers ticket ware ut thu by it comtnttleei 00th
Iireit isisedof ol Wlllliim It Kills fllohurd liiehrurtl C t JackBoii
Sonnnii ormnamt ll Hull Josiah C rumpolly Donnla
Mcliiin Kthan Lttfl AIls and Jimm 0 Hniirr HniirrBonnl
Mr Lllh Attiit yesterujmty that there was no
tonal feeling whatever represented in fri Tha Thamnnngors per the
notIon if time eornnttttru Ira ranking up this
nirenuibers ticket It want purly ilue to a mllfler
enee of opinIon a to t hue ilnmtnuciai rnauuage
mont as it Imas been cstrtimunl on by the present
mnnngors Two years ngo ho said thsre wn wnuowllnmoun was
of 14OQ uowllnmoun now it amounted < > only onlytMusln 1 1Tniio
Musln Hal nt ttroitilway Hnd 00th Street SlreetTho StreetThe
The large one nndahalfstorr brick building bullJIngnt
nt the southwest corner of Broadway an sf1 < l
Hlxtleth stroot which is opposite Durlnnd
Hiding Academy and xra was formerly a bicycle
tucarhmiuy llf itliiv I la tf to he A i iparapet
altered into a music hail mu
exhliiithrrn building iiaittu for tao change o
this ettuctuire were flied with Building Corn
pd pdnuticutiomuer
nuticutiomuer liredy yeiternjniy by Stein Cohen t C
110th archhtuuotsf9rtj E Appoiby 4ue owner
l stags and muutatlinnul dressing rooms arms to
Ire constructed In the inrorior and the front Ii
parapetan to have an ornamental entranee gut gate rind trom
parapet The change ar are to cost 17500 17500To
77 77To
To cure n Cold In ono day dayTnKc dayrake
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