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Didnt Seem 5I That the Plaren C co M Be Beover BeOnr BeEher
over 10 They Tumbled About Mo but batThey butThrr butThey
They HesJly H all Were Grads and Theres I11erelo
50 o More Toward 1100000 IOO Fond FondSmith F1mdSmJth IundSmith
Smith and Bryn Mawr alumnie Iumn renewed renewedtJio renewedUrn
Urn days of their college youth outh yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdayrntng eaterdaymorning
morning rntng In a match game of basketball basketballi
i tho Twelfth Regiment armory At Atkikt AtIut AtIut
Iut tho notice said thoy werb were graduate graduateWith ItT8duatellWith graduatoiWith
With pigtails down tholr backs and In short shorttfcirs IhortktrlI shortktrt
tfcirs ktrt and bloomers they looked llko klndor klndorgirten klndorjtllrlpn kindorgartefl
girten children out for a holiday holidayIf
If that little grashopper is more than thansaid thanIe
Ie 1 said dd Id one of the few brothers pro tern ternwiio temwllo ternwho
who was ae allowed entranoo Ill give you youi youbox
i box of candy candyyouve cnndyroue candyYouve
youve lost it sold his temporary temporaryistor
istor I ttr Indignantly That little graahopper graahopperI
I ii the th captain of the Smith team teamA
A crackerjack too was the mans mansremnrk mansremnrk mansreinnrk
remnrk after he had watched hor spring springup
up like a puff of thistledown half a dozen dozentimes dozentlnI1I dozenttrnei
times Ju jUAt t under the ball and send a nd It flying flyingtoward tlylngtownrd ilythgtocard
toward the basket basketSmith balketSmith basketSmith
Smith carried the day with a score of ofto
4 to S But It wo Will a hard touah flght flghtThe flghtThe
The teams play by the unmodified rules ruleswhich wleshIoh I Ihloh
which hloh peem to make anything short of ofhnirpuUliig ofhnlrpuUlng ofhatrpuUing
hnirpuUliig scratching and pinioning not notonly notonly notinIy
only perfectly lawful but necessary The TheRHmfl TheJmll TheIA
RHmfl Ia no longer a lesson In deference deferencennd
nnd nd politeness You slap the ball out of ofyour ofrour ofyour
your contestants hands and If you cant cantyou CIUItou cantou
you ou hold on like a puppy to a > root until untilthe untUthe untilthe
the referee blows his whistle and throws throwsIt
It up between hf tW8 n you youThe youTh yourh
The Th interpretation of the rules yesterday yesterdayWM
WM w liberal The players tied themselves themselvesinto
into knot and untwisted again they theyhlrled thoyhlrltd theyhirled
hlrled and darted and ducked and bumped bumpednnd
nnd nrl Mt down hard and got up again They Theyleaped TheyI They1apd
leaped I arro Into the air They TheYlwoopod swooped on the theball thllball theball
ball nnd rolled It under them They threw threwit
it home and like an illregulated shuttle shuttlecock shuttlecock huttleNck
cock back It twisted < to theothor the other goal Half Halfa lIalfdozen ha haa
a dozen time a Smlthhome had it In her herhandt herhand herands
hand But her guard clung to her like an oncki ancld anaid
aid man of the sea lOa and away went the theleather thel theleather
leather l oval again At last after a long longeight longI longcIght
eight I ht minutes of fighting a Smith home homec homecaught
c caught uht ujhtlt it wriggled away from her guard guardfor guardrlr guardfor
for one upremo Instant and tossed tho thohall thohall thohail
hall Into the exact middle b ddJe of the basket basketThen bMketfhn basketfh
Then fh n the ball was WII thrown from the mlddlo mlddloiKiJn mlddlo1lIlDd iniddlogun
gun 1lIlDd and tho teams became b ame a kaleidoscope kaleidoscopeor
or hurrying rushing struggling figures figuresIsnt figuresr figures1mt
Isnt r nt time up pouted a Bryn Mawr Mawrpirl Mawrrl Mawrgirl
girl rl to herself Then a Smith foul gave gaveIrjTi gaOlrrn gaveryn
IrjTi ryn Mawr a free throw and the half ended endedwith ended1Ih endedIh
with Ih a Bcoro oro of ofl 2 to 1 Iln in favor of Smith SmithThe Sb SmithThe th thTh
The Th nudlenco did Its level beet to make makeIt
It em m like collegn They 1neYllAng sang song on and andtiioy andIII andtPQy
tiioy III clapped and they rooted for their theirfavorites theJrrlorll4ti theirfavorItes
favorites but It was a faint reflection of ofr ofliege
r liege enthusiasm enthusiasmMy tnthu lum lumIy
My Iy doesnt d tint It make you homesick for forth forth forth
th old times and the big game asked one onepirl oneJ onegirl
girl J rl just budded Into a graduate graduateYe
Ye Yes answered the explayer who sat satv AtIdo satiwido
iwido v ido her Hut Mary didnt you feel feelft
ft 54 If youd been through a mangle after afterxvn afterlrd afterllrd
xvn lrd lrdTho llrdThe rd rdTho
Tho game won played for the benefit bene of oftho ofIho ofthn
tho Smith 1100000 100000 fund which the alumnm
n ThI > < training every nerve to raise before beforeJune beroreJlnl beforeJtIn
June JtIn If they do the college will get an anntiirr anotllfr another
other ItOOdOO WO000 but If they tho dont It wont wontThe wontTie
The Smith team Ut1 sent out notces to the theVimme theshlmnt thea1imne
Vimme and they worked liko beavers beaversnmong beaersmng beaversrmng
nmong their friends Coma for the fun 01 01it orII
it 1 If you 3 UU want to they MId but oorau oorauaiirway oomltalfway oomeaIyway
aiirway for the quarter it will nwui to towapi to toard
wapi 111 the fund fundThey rundny fundTfy
They mil fl young graduate and old oldcmdimtcM oldrdduatCt oldgrduatos
cmdimtcM by themselves and with their theirrhildrun theirdutdron theircfnidrcn
rhildrun itomo with sinlUuB huabanda a afow IIrt aftw
fow rt with borrowed brothers who thought thoughtii
ii j was wa bully and cheered chMrecllu lustily ly for the theSmith thetlJ1lth thebinith
Smith team The girls didnt mind be berniiMt 00 00CUII heaIln
CUII rniiMt f1 they helped to swell the amount for fort forfund
t fund and that was what h1t they were wereworking wllrelrklng wereworking
working for forThey rorThy forThey
They itaid Lld they had their moneys worth worthEverybody worthEcrybody worthEverybody
Everybody Hold MI o even the small boy boywho boywho
who hl won wa paid for and had A perfect right rightto ri ht
to criticfwt II They even acknowledged acknowledgedthat
that tlioy tIlI couldnt have done it bettor them thema themThe
a iy I H HThe
The game lIm was 11 a social function as well as asbUHim aaa asa
a bUHim venture ntnre During the inter intermiMlou InterInlloll interffle4on
miMlou tho linking of old acquaintances ooquAlntancotnan
nan sa a th thu order of the hour Exclamations Exclamationsfiiod
fiiod ri jtd the th air and JIll exchange of rniolnU rniolnUH rem1nLPliw
Pliw 1 < H might have made a centenarian ceuttmuionfcM1
fcM1 f 1 vounc vouncThe
° The 11 iiliow Iho U not the iJiow but they that thatKf
Kf 1 munnuml mUrlllun i the alumna as site looked lookedi lookodIer lookedcver
i Ier ver th the enttmnIdflUo sudienca Hut just jaitthen JuatthI justtIaMfl
then the teams took their places and she shoItmnl ahu1mllo1 sheIiniqii1
Itmnl to It look with 1Ih the rrt rrtTlii noet1M rtMCOOI
Tlii Mcond M < half was U as hard played as ast asth
t 111 flrnt lIr ot > llryn Mswr made a goal o and the theirw theu theiru
< irw was wj u S to it J The seconds IOfo Hew by bI11d end endLt
11 1411 tyt > i whem wh it was CUI The Smith Hn th tpaou tpaoui
i int giww t Ittll r > H Then hm OIH onus morn tlmHtnlth tlmHtnlthI II the timlth timlthI
I I nn In rludxri tj lirr guard u UIM rd and Jlryn Mawr Mawrr
r ild wl cot ovrrtakn th use i gain gainWhen Itaint11 gainhfn
When hfn ihH I K gains ahl ni WII rn over the llryn Mawr Mawriwui JolawrIIU MawrIius
iwui IIU liutlill lucldll t iiito a tlttln bunch arid began kwganflwr IaanJut beganIwr
flwr but Smith with Itla quick gtxid will willij willN
N > ij lUuwnruh UoII rlllhalld ruL mhaitd cheered llryu llryuU
U 1111 r lnfurn lii the I other illM > r U tam < am ould uld finish flnUhI
I ulliliMt WM Wish b they uTMilii havn bav won wonI fin onS I II
S I < i hrrith ilsyr il laI > > r they have hav b been beenC n nin nto
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Jennlion ele8a Says His DIoN Joke Failed Fed apd d ID IDWife lIla lIlaWife
Wife Ie Threw Tw Thtnn Thtngste nla oe She foes Ue Him HimElizabeth Dln finsElizabeth
Elizabeth Ilbt D Jonnison JennlnJ isi suing lln Frank FrankE
E E Jennison Jenln of ctUUJ the brokerage brokera firm fr of Duns Dunscombe Duhecombs
combs comb A k Jennlwn Jennln 3 Wall Wa street Itret for separa separation I separatton ¬
tion ton On a motion moton to bo b submitted bb tt to toJustice toJuic toJustice
Justice Juic Scott Stt in the Supreme Sup mll Court Curt next nextweek nextweek
week wek she asks IM for IJOO 2 a week wek alimony alimonyand aliny alinyand alimonyand
and a counsel coUI fee fe of 12000 1000 2000 saying that her herhusbands herbubande herhusbands
husbands bubande earnings ealng are a large syg and some sometimes sometimes ¬
times tme 25000 250 a year 1 Their living lving expenses expensesuntil expenl expensesuntil
until Wtl their reparation tpar Uon early this thi month monthshe montbMe monthshe
she puts put at from frm 10000 1O to 112000 12000 a year yearTho yearThe
The 110 JennUons married marrlO in 1808 Lost LostJuno Lt LtJune LastJimo
Juno the wife wlo brought suit for absolute absolutedlvorco ablute ablutedlvr absolutedivorce
divorce dlvr On her husbands promise promie to toreform t toreform
reform roml sho bo says a she dropped drpp the suit suitand witMd suitand
and they became Oalo reconciled roncUe and lived livedtogether 110 livedtogether
together tfelher until unti this thi month monthIt 10nth 10ntht monthIt
It It t is I averred aer that the broker on one oneoccasion oneoMlon oneoccwdon
occasion oMlon blackened blkene lib wifes wlell eye ee and at atanother atanother atanother
another time threw thro a glass gll of claret olart athor athorShe at atherShe hcr hcrShe
She Bays la he returned tlme occasionally oaionaly nt lt early
hours hour of the th morning moring in II a I state Itato of intox intoxication Intx IntxIcatlou intoxication ¬
ication and Id did such 8lcl1ltrio eccentric acts ntll as to toInaulry tobrak tobreak
brak break bottios Ottl0 of champage champagne Int Into a sunk HlnkInqulf sunkInquiry
Inquiry Inqulf as n to vhero hlr he had been u brought broughteucli brugh broughtSucti
eucli oh responses aa W that he bad ba been bu on tho thopark thopk thepark
park pk benched bnchO rpnl or hanging up against agalrt a lamp lamppost lap lamppost ¬
pst post HU IL wIfe Io declares decar that he has hn been beendogging bn bnlogglng beendogging
dogging logglng her with wit detective dettthO and 8d that she shehad tihohad theliati
had one of the tlO detectives detotlcnJTe detect ivearread ivearreadJennison arrested arrestedJennison r
Jennison Jenison gays 8 his hi wife vfo misconstrued misconstruedhis mlntrue
his h jocular jollr remarks rmark Ho le asserts ner that tat her hortemper hertomper hertemper
temper Is high and ad tl that At she he at t times tme pitched pitchedinto pitchedInto pitchedinto I
into him 1dm and varatohod lratohc him hn Life Lfe with withher wth wthher withher
her became bme so unbearable unbrble he says 8Y tht fhat hat he hebought helught hesuought
bought lught Hoclualon tolumon by fleeing olng to his WI own 01 room roomand roomId roomand
and Id locking tho door At times tmo he howl was wasawakened wasawakened
awakelto awakened from frm pensive moods molin in his h room roomby roomby roomby
by finding fnding liia wife pnve on a ladder ldder at tho tran transom tr tranborn ¬
born 10m pitching through thrug at him hm whatever whatevershe wht1r whateverelse
she he could gut hold of He le says ho never neverRtnick n neverstrucit ver vertnllt
Rtnick tnllt hor although uthough he might ght ay have hve pushed pushedher puhO pushedher
her aside Mde in sprinting printng to his bil own room roomHo roomlie
Ho 10 says that she he has ha exaggerated oxaggerate his hs in incomo Incomo income
como which has hbn boon about abut 17600 IUO 7OO a year yearfor yearfor Mr Mrfor
for the pant Blt eight tlght or nine yearn a bach bachaska Ech EchaM Eachasks
old oldALL oldALL oldALL asks aM for the custody Otdy of their thor child chld chldold 4 years yearsold yearsold
For Life and Then to the e Children Ctdrf ctilldrenRxoept ctilldrenRxoeptIII Except ExceptIlls Eoi
Ills 111 III Law Library 1ttiraryi Which hle hich Goes to 0 HIs 180n 180nTbe Son SonThe AonThe
The will wi of Justice Justo David MoAdam MoAd filed filedfor fed fedtor fliedfor
for probate probte yesterday Yfsterdy disposed dlpo it is 1 esti estimated eU eUmted estimated ¬
mated mted of mere than 1100000 11000 moat mot of which whichU whJc
U I in I real rl estate ete on the th West Wot Side SideThe SideTo SideThe
The To testators tettr extensive extelve law lw library Ilr 1 1bequeathed I is isbequeathed
bequeathed beuMthed to t his h son n Thomas Tom MoAdam MoAdamthe MoAdamthe oAdm oAdmthe
the only one of his hl four tou sons who is a lawyer lawyerand lawyerand
and also alo the only child chd who is II married marriedExcept mrrJe marriedExcept
Except Ecpt this thi library lbrry all al the estate ctt is Illt loft to tothe totbe tothe
the widow for life lie with remainder remaider over overto overtotle overto
to totle the four fOlr children ehld n In equal qul shares hr The Thetestator Thotettr Thetestator I
testator tettr requests rUtl that tht tho widow sell 81 prop property prop property ¬
erty of the estate etate at Yonkers Yonkor at Cold Id Spring Springana Sprg Sprgand Springand
ana and in New Jersey and out 01t of these thc pro proceeds prolfi procoeds ¬
coeds lfi as well wel as tho proceeds of any life lifeinsurance II lifeinsurance
insurance InsuranC she he U L requested reuOte pro to aid any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the children ohldren as 1 she believes blees the condition conditionof
of the estate ttato will i allow allowThe alow alowThe allowThe
The will wi was WI executed eeuted on May My 8 1893 1893while 183 183whlo 1893while
while the testator t tator was WA A 1 Judge of the Su Superior 81 Snperlor ¬
whlo perior Court Cout and it was wa witnessed wltnt5 by his hisfellow hlafelo hisfellow
fellow felo prlor Judge on that tht bench Henry 1lnry A Gil Gildersleevo GI Gildersirevo
dersleevo dpmPc and by Thomas Thom S Hume lume then thenlibrarian the thenlibrarian
librarian Ihrariln of the Superior Suprior Court Curt who U now nowlibrarian nowlbmrlan nowlibrarian
lbmrlan librarian of tho Appellate Division Dblon of Ole tlieSupremo OleSUPr10 theSupreme
Supreme SUPr10 Court Cut Appllte The other children chidren of the thetestator thetUtor thetestator
testator aro Edward Ewad Clarence Clar6nr elected electedAssemblyman ell electedAssemblyman
Assemblyman tUtor 6lbly lost lt fall and David DAvd who U Uunder 1 Isunder
under undlr ego ngeJustice l e eJUltc
Justice JUltc McAdam odam sold shortly Ihorl before bore his hisdeath hlldeath hisdeath
death lib hi realdenoo nldono at 3S4 3 West est Thirty Thirtythird TILr Thirtythird
third thir street 8 t to the Pennsylvania Pennsylanl Railroad RailroadCompany Ro RoCmpany RailroadGnipany
Company for Its It proposed depot He le used usedto usedto
Cmpany propsed us
to say 8Y that it was WR the thf moat comfortable comfortablereoldencn oomforble comfortablereeldence
reoldencn south of Fiftyninth street
Two Mm rra Killed lle In a Collision Collon Between Betweenan
an a Express rllre and Freight FreightNASITCA l1taht l1tahtNsr FrrIghtNASTItA
NASITCA Nsr N H Dec De M 8At At 830 1 oclock oclockthU ocook ocookthI oclockthis
this morning the Cannonball
thI momng Cnba express expresson
on 01 the Boston BOtn k < t Maine Mane Railroad Rroad ran ra Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the rear rea of a freight frlgbt train tain at the beginning beginningof bgnning bgnningo
of o 0 the north norh yard half ha ha a mile mle from this city cityEngineer ety etyEngln cityEngineer
Engineer Engln Edward Ewa Qulmby and ad Fireman Feman J JE JE JE
E Marshall 8ha of th te the express ex were wer Instantly Instantlyklllod lat1 lat1klo instantlykilled
klllod klo in the th cab ca Two 10 cam o left I t the rolls rollsof ral railsI
I I Cnductr Conductor Cw Qowson on of the rrlgh freight ad and one oneof oneI
I of the freight frKh brakemen braemen were er seriously lolly
injured Inu by jumping just Jut before befor the te crash crohcoma c crashCAine
coma comaThn cle cleTh CAineThe
The Th pavenger paI < lrs > on the express exprel wen we badly badlyshaken hl hlhakln badlyshaken
shaken up and many Inv were WI more mr or le 11 less lessInjured w winjured
injured IIIJUn but none noO fatally fIal The Thl wreok wnk caught caughtflra cught cughtI caughtflrss
flra I Immediately ImmeItly from frm the express loco locomotive 100 bcemotive ¬
motive but the blare we Wi was extinguished extinguishedby rlClhf
by tho Nashua uhu flru department dprmnl before tJtfo it ithad Ithad Ithad
had gained galt much headway hlldwa None N one of the thsInjured t thelnured e eInjurd
Injured Injurd was Wi burned burnedIt bum bumIt
It ix sold Md by the ofTloer omors of the te road roadthat roadthat
that the siocldent Roldt was WA due to a dense dln fog fo foIt
It l alleged aJeM leed by the freight frIJ t crew cew that a aflagman af1 aflagman
flagman f1 had been I n rent back the proper properdlstAiioebut properdlstanrsbut
propr proprdlIAbut
dlstAiioebut dlIAbut that probcbly probhly he wax not seen seenby en enby n nby
by Engineer Egm6r Qulnby owing 0 Inl to tl the th fog fogWAYNE fOII fogWAYNE
I Justice aUe Werner eme Ordered Orrfrr It Installed nlr bat batthe batUe butu
u the Ue KiioervUon Ilpero Refuse to Pay Pa for or It ItLIONS It ItLyons
LIONS LTole N NY V Dec De 28 28Rm Some months monthsago mont monthsago
ago while Jtmtloe Juto William Wiliam E Werner Wernernow Wtmer Wtmernow SVurnerflow
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Court Ult Justice JUtk In this department dlptrent he or ordered 0 0due ordared
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which they the regret reget the estimate etlme of 1100000000 1100000000for tOO000000for
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perhaps phap be the te first f imprecision made mde by bytho bytho bythe
tho above abov circular olua be dumped duped into Int the t sea seaIt aeaIt seaIt
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better bettr conditions condiin of life lie for the th purchase purchaseof pt
of books bok and for the te support IUpport of persona personaand pern pernand personaand
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by b spending epend his hi Income Inoom In i what would K be begroan b begroes
groan extravagance on o the part of anybody anybodyelse anybodyelsesuch
else el8luoh elsesuch 0 such ervp asouUding a as bulldlng houses hoU p andstablea andstablealaying and o anyoy anyoyel8luoh eblCt eblCtlyi stable stablelaying
reviving old farms farmsbuying farmsbuying
laying out grounds revivig fam
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and In all al the th other expenditures which whichkeep wblchkep whichkeep
keep ani kep I so manyemployeeu busy and so 1 die distribute dl dietribute ¬
8 manyemplop bUy
tribute his hii s wealth wealththan than t If I he hoarded horded it In Ina Ina ina
a giant stocking h or In the vaults ults of a 1 bank bankNorls bankorllt bankNods
llt Nods orllt It true an MIUggtd suggested in the thecu circular circularthat circularthat
that a groat grt navy nav necessarily nO ly Inflame ifN the theflghtlug tbetlghtng thefighting
tt fighting spirit and nd leads lel to t war wa If I my myrecollection myrUton myrecobootion
tlghtng while Great GreatBritain GreatBritain
recollection serves lnel me right whle Orat OratBrJI
rUton BrJI Britain has had troubles in Egypt EIyt and andAfrica andAric andAfrica
Africa and elsewhere she has ha had ha no con conflict on onIct conlUct ¬
flict Aric on sea ea for many mY years yea and ad yot her hernavy herMT hernavy
navy Ict has hI been bn twice two as large 1ge as a tl tlt that at of any anyother anyother anyother
other Power The recent nnt Increase Incr hi I our ournaT ourM ournavy
naT M did dd not induce Induc the war with Spain Spainwhich 8P Spainwhich
which as thing thlngl were we seems BI to have been beenInevitable Dn Dnloltablo beenInovltablo
Inevitable loltablo On the other hand hd it is more morethan mor morethan
than likely that If In the beginning bglnnng of 1808 1808wo 18 189 189we
th lkel
wo had had h oven as Rslll large a navy nav as a we WI have havenow haeno havenoc
now no certainly rrtalnl as 8 large lago a one as now pro propos propoS propcod
pos poS pcod < > d there would woud have he been bn no war with withto mthSpn withSpain
Spain and that ount country would has come cometo cometo
to Spn term as she h was Wa very near ntr coming comingwithout oomlngvothout comingwithout
without battle At that tht time however It Itwas Itws Itwas
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nan nas would ould blow 110 us U out of water waterA waterAll
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expeulency llch liich nr are the onl only quWtlons quWtlonsrl qusutionsriused
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enough ton the circular olrls does dO not touoh touohOur touohOur touchOurcrld
onoulh Our Ourcrld world oriel tlf relations rlntlol have h havoexpanded expanded vastly vastlyIn TtlyIn
In the lout IRt throe tllO years 1 In I territorial terrlra extent extentand txtnt txtntad extentand
and ad vastly more in International IntfmatlonnJ extent extentIt
It t hw not been bn an extension exension upon the con continent cn cntnnt continent ¬
tinent but upon the ocean OM itself 1IIIf and ad the thefolnnds theiladl theislands
islands tnnt iladl of the sea ea a in both bth hemispheres hemispheresOur bemlrber
Our commerce ha hi greatly y increased 11cA In Invalue i invalue
value ue oormlr and area aa nnd our ga American Amecan marine marineU marne marneII
U II likely Ikelr to follow folo suit lult If I I there ther in l to t bo b a aall ana71 anavy
na71 navy at al all It Ihould should 11 hi comlneurale commensurate with withal withall
all these the extended extudf relations rlatlonl and ad demands demandsI dmada
al 1 will not pureus PUlU6 the th topio further but buta bt bta
a United States SttU1 naval vessel w oarrring Ormn our ourflag ourng ourflag
flag Unit into tho ports K ortl > rts and harbors habrs of the world worldIs worhlIllmthlu
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moans mfI8 an awakening awaktnlng and lively lely ricpect ricpectthere rllt rlltthoro rspectthere
there for our country It means meri recogni recognition r recognition n ¬
tion of the outwioh outr oh of our drill drillcation df dviiitation
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troduced Secretory retay Hitchcock Ilocok who touted toutedthe told toldtbe toastedthe
tmule1 the President PrNldpnt of the thl Lulled LuJe LffltedHtatos State He Hebrought le lebrought Hebrought
brought hlncnre regret from rota the President Presidentat lrNdult lrNdultat
at hi hi inability Ilahlty onCre to be l present Kenotor KenotorCockrell Mltr MltrCokrlU SosiatorCcckrdil
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and mllltAry mJIA glory alor of his hl hi Htate Hlat Ills ii wan a ahumorous ahumorous I I
humorous effort 10 and was u vigorously 110ruy ap applauded upplaudusi ¬
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Tbey r Hareat lae Reformed ReformedAbraham Reorr ReforiredAbrthim
Abraham Ar Abrahams Ara a photographer photographerof pbotgphr pbotgphrof
of 1M4 I Second Bnd avenue anu was awakened awalned at
430 4 oclock oolk yesterday tny morning mrg by some someone someone
one oe trying tl to t get gt in I through tug the bedroom bedroomwindow bdm bdmwow bedroomwindow
window wow which whch look Ib into the to hallway hallwayHe haway hawayHe
He took tk his h revolver and went out Into Intothe Intote intothe
the te hall hU and ad found tou a man there tr who pro protended pr peetended ¬
tended tndlld to be b drunk d and ad to t have hav got Into Intotho Int intothe
the to house houl by mistake mte Abrahams Abre wife wifepoked wfe wfepkd wifepoked
poked pkd her hr head bea out the t window wdow and shouted shoutedfor shoutedfor
for the te police plc and ad Policeman Polrm Vanderau Yanderaurecognized Vanderauroolned Vanderauroooguized
recognized roolned the te Intruder Inter as a one of three threemen threemen
men who earlier earler in I the night ngh had ha tried triedto tri trito triedto
to break bra into Jrt Ole grocery ry store atre at Second Secondavenue Soond Soondavnu Secondavenue
avenue avnu and ad Sixtyninth Slxtynnth street etrt He gave gavethe gavethe
the name nae of John M 11 Hall Hal and said ld he helived helived
lived at a 1BU 181 Second Soond avenue avenueIt avenuoI
It I was wa found that be had entered entrd 1830 1830Second 18 3330Second
Second Scnd avenue aTnu and going to the tl roof roofcrossed rf rforld roofcrossed
crossed orld the te roof of the th next house houl and ad then thendropped thendroppd thendropped
dropped droppd twelve feet fet to t tho roof of 1334 1334and 13 3334and
and ad forced for open o n the to scuttle a tle When nen he h was wastaken 111 wastaken
ten taken to the t York Yorkvll Yorkvllle villa police polc court cou ho told toldno toldALtrt toldMagistrate
Magistrate Mot Mott that bo bad committed committedno
no crime but being somewhat Intoxicated Intoxicatedhad Intoxicatedh comttd comttdno
had h ore gone into Ito the bi wrong house hoU by mistake mistakeMistakes mstae mstaeA1t mistakeMIstkei
Mistakes A1t are not made mle by way of the theroof therf theroof
roof rf and ad scuttle ottll the Magistrate Maltrte said saidThe laidThe saidThe
The police pol0m poiloeman man informed the Court Cou that thateight thateight thateight
eight men who are known oa scuttle scuttletliiovos sctto scttothiovol scuttlothieves
thieves had bu recently r0ntly been bn liberated Ubratd from fromprison frompron fromprIson
prison pron and ad as they were 1re daring dag thieves thievesho theI theIb
ho thought houneowners should take
b thouht hOUowner houd tke pre precautions preesuUos peeCaUtions ¬
cautions to t have tho scuttles acuttl6lcud secured every everynight everynight everynight
night Ho did not know whether whethol or not notHall notHal notHall
Hall Hal had boon bn In prison before bfore The Te Magis Magistrate Mai Maglatrate ¬
trate trte held hl the man ma in 3000 3 bail ba for trial trialPROF trialIBF trialPROF
He Condemns CndemN Pius Teaching T aonc In I the Schools Schoolsaa lIehool
aa 5 to Its It Effect on the te Human luma System SystemBnucrsB 81tem 81temBt08 System6macvan
BnucrsB Bt08 Dec De 28 28Pf 38Prof Prof W 0 Atwater Atwatorof Atat
of Wealeyon Weeya University Unvenly speaking apelng to t the theNew theNew theNew
New York State Stto Science Sienc Teachers Teahers As Association A Assedation ¬
sedation Jaton this thl afternoon atoroo upon the theme themeAlcohol themeAoohol themeAlooho
Alcohol Aoohol and Id Physiology Pbrrolog In tho Public PubliaSchools Pblo PbloShol PublicSchoolesaidthat
Schools Shol Schoolesaidthat eaid Md that Ole teaching thng teaohingln in thepublio thepublioschools thepubUoIholl thepublioschools
schools Iholl as to the effect efet of alcohol upon upn the thehuman thobuman thehuman
human system slem was WW not In accord acord with wth the thethe thelatelt thelatest
latelt latest scientific loltlo knowledge The lnd kind and andtll andthe
the tll amount aount of instruction InllMcton along aong this ths line linohe lno lnohe lineho
he contended cntende should Ihould be left Ilft to educators educatorsrather eucator educatorsrather
rather termine rther termineThe than temperance temperanc reformers rfonnors to t de determine de dotermine ¬
termineTho tenne
Tho members membr of the association Ulaton and andProf andpror andProf
Prof Atwater have le been bn bombarded bmbe with witha wth wtha
a storm trm of temperance temprnco tracts traIe petitionsletters ptUons ptUonslettor petitions petitionsnational
lettor letters and ptry poetry from te the 10ai local State ad adnatona and andnnUonai
national natona organizations orgBnlZtons of the W C T U UTho UTho UThe
Tho local 10a association aSlaUon has h1 prepared a reply replyto rply rplyt
to t Prof Pof Atwater address addremThe addM addressThe prp
The science Mltnc teiclirm I hrrl elected these thp ofBoers ofBoersProldtnt omOU omOUPld offloersProtdct
Proldtnt Pld l Prof Pro William Wlllm IS ilhism Kalloek Hllolk of olumbla ColumbiaUntrerMty olumblaUnh olumblaUnlerattr
UntrerMty Unh rlt VlcePre ICPI icePrsskIent ldent IIowHrd HOIrd Lyon Lyonof Lonor Lionof
of the thl On Ononl ontn State Statl Normal r11 School Seer Secretary SIre SIretry Seertar ¬
tary try tar and rl Treasurer Trll urr A H I Warner of the Au Auburn Aubllrn Auborn ¬
burn Hiffh Hlh School Members 1 mbn of executive executivecouncil executivecouncil
pclle pcllelunel
council lunel for or terms wrml to expire 1IIIro itr In IWXV 1O 1rof 1rofAlfred JrorAltrpd IrofAlfred
Alfred 8 1 Babcook Bablook of Alfred Altr Vnhenlty lnhfcll
Prof tl 1 T J Knhmltr hml of th the Oeneiwo n nlt Mate MateNormal Suet SuetNormel Ia f
Normal School and 11 Prof William Wlam W V Ben Bennett Denn Henneti ¬
nett n t of th Hochester 1oehIr High School Hehool l4choolrt SchoolThe
The rt N Nw w York ork State Associated A Academic AcademicPrincipals AI AcademicPrInripai demlo demloPrllllph
Principals Prllllph closed th IhIr lr convention enlol with wih the theMedian thl thelection
Median eton of thes thI the officers oCU President Irptdnt James Jln Jlnllnn JeutnesWinno
Winno llnn M PonchlPI51 PoshiceepsIe lllrtslnnl IcwPresIc1ent r rH FS
8 H Fo Folck dlck of Buffalo Dllalo Secretary 6eIlr H 4 I Arms Armsiof Arnl Armsf
of f Ialmyra lmyA Treasurer Talrlr E E Smith of Oim Oimbrldgn 10 urn urnbrid
brldgn brldgnThe brldlf brid ge geThe
The ninth annual session alon of the th New York YorkBtate YorkRIl Yorkgist
gist RIl Grammar annua Bchonl 80hol IrlncipsU rlnolpII ended d at atroon atoon atcoon
coon oon today toa State Rtall Superintendent nc Chirlca ChirlcaR
R Skinner 8kln r delivered o IVrld an address addressTO addrlM addrlMTO addressTO
General Electric Eelre Company to Make ae a Lake LakeThat Lke Lke1t LakeThat
That 1t Will Submerge One Vlllnee VlllneeGLENS lace laceGLENS IIiae IIiaeOIEXs
GLENS FALM FALU N N y Dec Df 2S 28The 28TheGeneral ITe ITeOml The TheGeneral
General Oml Electric Company Compny of Schenectady SchenectsdyU ShlnEady ShlnEadyIs
Is acquiring water wattr rights along the Sao Saoandnga Sacandage
andnga andl Illver a tributary trbutar of the th Hudson Hudsonand Iud Hudsonand on onInd
and Ind Intend to install Ilal there n 1 plant for the thegenerating theglntrnlnJ thegenerating
generating glntrnlnJ of power pwer to be b transmitted transmittedto trMrlted trMrltedto
to tho Schenectady SheneUdy works Xo estimate estimatehas Nlmte NlmtehiA estimatehas
has hiA yet et be bn beca n made m of the number of home homepower hol horsepower
power pwer units It Is possible Jlbh to develop developFor deIop deIopFor developFor
For several se rl months month surveyors have been beenat lln llnat beenat
at work and td are now hem he her making mking maps mapsof mapsof
of the thf Unda lda to bo b submerged It I la said naldthnt saidthat d dtht
that tht the dum is l tn t be ubmerr built buit about Ibut onehalf onehalfmile oMhlfmi onehalfmile
mile mi below 1low Conklingville Conkln fo and that nearlv nearlvhalf nearlvhal nearlyhalf
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WhdHw Wh SelfGr SelfGraCificat viificlr M or Entertainm l for Others be the Conaidcrniion
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clans the ruler and ooblllty of the theold theold theold
old world and the cultured and andned re refined reo reofined ¬
fined ned of both hemispheres bml8 berl bar baradopted ha haadopted haveadopted
adopted and Or Qellq using the th Pianola PianolaHistory PianolaHlltorl Punchistory
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sudden and widespread growth in inpopular Inpopular Inpopular
popular esteem esteemits esteemft teem teemIta
its ft wonderful power to do away awaywith Iwa Iwawith awaywith
with yean of practice and mike In IBa
a few daya day a musician and finished finishedpianist Ballhedplanll finishedpianist
pianist of any on Is the went cret of ofIta ofata olit
Ita it universal acceptation acceptationThere ACceptationTher8 acceptatbonThere
There is iseso no Investment invetmentwhioh which you youcan 10UCaD youcan
can make which will IU pay Pu u large a adividend adlldeDd adivideud
dividend In pleasure as will the thepurchase th thpurchae thepurchase
purchase of a Pianola It will give giveyou II giveyiu
you 7 u the full use us of your piano the
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benefit of the genius of all the great greatcomposers greatCOD1po1era greatcomposers
composers and the enjoyment which whichlone whichaloue whichalone
lone com comllll s with producing music muiloyourself mUllo10Urllli musicyourself
yourself yourselfThere t tIhere I
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tributed throughout the world worldThere worldTbere worldThere
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positions which the tb whole world worldshould worldIhould worldshould
should enjoy Yet fe how many of ofthese IIfthele ofthese
these pianos bring forth this thllmuelcf thllmuelcfA music musicA
A very Tlr few These few play playa a still stillmailer It stillsmaller III IIIImaller
mailer traction of what constitutes constitutesthe
the muslcil literature of the th piano pianoAnd pianoAnd pianoAnd
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the music is hidden behind bshlodtochnlo b hlnd a atechnic 1 1techDlo
tochnlo the mastery of which but butfsw bu bufw p j jfew
few people bar ba have time to toacquire acquire
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piano and performing this same me Ucbnlo With Its it aid anyone any ny one can play any an piano pia and play playupon playupon playupon
upon It anything he h desires to hear heartbll the most difficult classic u easily ea 1l7 as the th s simplest I tap lei t accom accompaniment accompanlment eccompiniment ¬
paniment H HI has 11 all the pleasure of handplaylng because he control the eiprssslon eiprssslonWhen nprellliollWhllD
When you ou realize that for 125000 additional addltlotlalyou you can cali obtain the Pianola which will enable snablsyon enabl1Ou10urlllf enableyou j
yon 1Ou10urlllf yourself to play pll upon your our piano everything ever lIr written for that instrument Its it purchase purchasemust purcbuemUlt purchasemust
must appeal to you ou u a practicable and profitable investment InTcstrnkntA InY 5tmrL 5tmrLAEOLIAN
III 8 Welt 23d
A V w W A mT m aT v > A mT fir Street New York
She A AEOLIAN E M t O L I A rm N n COMPANY M > riAA xmj 1 I A t 50 SOD ° uhon Hoi 5 Streo < Brooklyn
657 57 Bro Broad d Street Newark
They Condemn the Lax Bookkeeping of Mr MrHellers MrHellul MrIehIers
Hellers Department artmmtlie He Hay They TnejFound nerFound TheyFound
Found Court Pnnd Aeeount A onnte All Right RightLait RJhtL RightLait
L Lait September 8ropt SeptemberAlden mbrA1dm Aid en Not 1otlIesrdFrom 1otlIesrdFromThe Heard lIeardFrom lIeardFromThe Prom PromThe
The Rev Charles A Alden who was wasacting wasacting wasacting
acting treasurer of the Department of ofCharities ofCharlU ofCharities
Charities and private secretary to Com Commissioner Cornnitasulonor m mmlNoDOr ¬
missioner John W Keller and who has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been miMing since Saturday Deo 21 21hns 21hU8 21has
has failed td account for I31B781 of the theDepartment theDpBrtmntH theDepartments
Department money moneyaooording according to a report reportof
of the Commissioners of Accounts made madeto
to Mayor Van n Wyck yesterday yesterdayTho O terday
The report of the Commissioners John JohnC
C Hertle and Edward Owen condemns condemnstho
tho method of bookkeeping bookk plng In the Depart ¬
ment and calls for an Immediate change changeTlie ch changeTIne
TIne Commissioners recall that in their theirreport theirrfport theirrcport
report for 1899 they thl pointed out that the thesyntem theSHtem thesystem
system won extremely lax and required requiredcomplete requiredcomplet requiredcomplete
complete reorganization On Doc 1 1890 1890they 1899thoy 1890they
they made n special report they say III on onthe onIhe onthe
the Court Fund which was in ohargo of ofAlden ofAIelIll ofAldemn
Alden showing that the cash account of ofthin otthlK ofthis
thin fund wan correct up to Aug 16 l 1869 1869liut 18011lIut 1809But
liut they go on 55 to bay bayTho sayTli y yfhl
Tho Tli CnimnloiilonerN In c said ld report of Deo Deot
I alto I hlioned Hint the Court Fund accounts accountswith lalCountwith countswills
with the beneficiaries h lInrlllrl s had not been written writtennil
nil I for H lonif time and that owing to a de deficiency d dIkl do doSsIcney ¬
ficiency Ikl III In the Ih accounts of a trustee trult holding holdingofllco hioPtingomen
omen < previous to DIM iw 1b91 i which could not bo bocollecftl b beroliected
collecftl the tIn Commissioners of Accounts Accountsfrom ACOunthrrl1m Accountfrom
from their eismlnmlon Plllmln tll1n found It necessary necessarythat nIfOr nIfOrthu necessarythat
that the amount flue du beneficiaries previous previousto
to 5 0 l 1555 O should lie It eliminated from the tb current cijrrentIdllr cqrrentldmer
Idirer of if tln Ii < Out Door Poor and should shouldtin sbouldIt
tin It transferred tran rrd to a new ledger > r this same sameto Rmeto sameto
to bo dono cion ns I per r er detailed c1 tflN1 Instructions con contained oontRfnPc1 ooatnfnsd ¬
tained In their tll lr report Hlnrn then said trans transfer trllnlrer transera ¬
fer era were mad although In a very unsatis unsatisfactory un unsatlafactorY tl tlrllftnrY ¬
factory manner lH nnr and 1Ic1 In n order to determine determineIf
If hr ron of Mid books not having l bn bnrUn beenwrtten > en enwrtten
wrtten up any IIn money rnone were r fry f th trtunl trtunldnte pr pradminiatraton r rIIdminirr
IIdminirr adminiatraton ti n paid aid oul to bPnnelllrlp of ofdtl ofdetes
dnte previous to HB1 I 559 g and for which no nofunds norllnch nofunulu
funds ere r provided the h Commissionerof CommissionerofAccounts of ofAIIm ofAccount
Accounts tnadn lO ci a cursory curor exsmlnstlon ex mlnAtloPJ the thnresult thOrull theresults
result of 0 which they II reported to MayorVan Mayor JayorIn Iyor IyorIIn
Van IIn Wytlt on Sept 16 111 not for the he pur purpo plrpn purpne
po pne uf r making mllknn un audit however as a th the thftIntnllon theIntention
Intention wn wile II to make oAkn an audit of tIne Court CourtIund C CourtIund ourt ourtullc1 <
Iund ullc1 during the course cour of the th periodical periodicalrumination Ifrlodlo1tSlI1ll1l1l1on periodIcalxjiItitlnn
rumination of the hI Department 1Jp1m nt of Public PublicCharges PqblloCtlt PbhioCherftes
Charges Ctlt for the years u I ltoo 113 00 and nd 101 which whichwas wblehW whichwas
was W then begun begunOn bl111On hgiitiOn
On Dec 14 l last t the examiner notified nnttflexland nntlft notifiedAlden l lAldl
Alden to have III his bank h > ank book balanced blanredan1 balancedand
and hU oA cash h bx hook > ok written up which latter latterwork Ittrork latterwork
work ork had Iatlllot not Ixwn done since March Marohl 1000 1000cKken 1000fr 1000Mr
Mr fr Alden dldnt do thl this but on elng elngs1ekein Ine IneJllkttn
cKken Jllkttn to vguln faln about tho matter on Deo l M
20 promUeT to have the book ready on onIVn 01rloo onII
IVn II J9 On DM Dc 21 1 1m disappeared On Deo DeoSfl fo2C
Sfl VmrnU mInLcoololllr loner Keller broke opeo Aldnns Aldnnsritwk Aldfll1lc1kj Aldensdesk
desk c1kj but the th bank l books > oolci wore lIr missing rnUMngIIU mllnlIII
IIU III lialanco fuslaino In this th AaU Astor > r Ilan Hank was wasIM77 w wasM27
IM77 and th the i nuh n > i III hl his af r wu w Ut U S1 76 761hH 76Th 76hue
hue Th v ssrtfisi rtfli rlll1 l balance of Aug It Ihw I II of ofU76I
U76I 17 34 IB with thus various Iou utnount ainUntaafter ir > elv vl vlartr l lafter
after that up to t 14 Dw Ut 79 addnl und th thitlmrMlii the theIlIurrnlIh thedl
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NonResident Members to Oe Invited t tCome to toCome toCome
Come and Talk Up Democracy DemocraeyThe DemolraeyThe DemocracyThe
The Manhattan Club la going to give givereception a areceptJon areception
reception to all Its nonresident members memberson
on Washingtons Birthday and the theofficer theofficerIntend officers officersintend oflicersintend
intend to make an effort to get some of the thedistinguished thedl thedistinguished
distinguished dl tlngu h Democrats who are on the thnclub theolub theclub
club rolls to talk about the future of the thnDemocratic theDemocratlo theDemocratio
Democratic party P rty and the atopa s tops that should shouldbo IIhouldbo shouldbe
bo taken to bring back the glory of the old olddays olddaB olddays
days At a recent meet meeting Ing of the managers managersthe managersthe managersthe
the following resolution was adopted and andunder andunder andunder
under it a committee of the club is I making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the arrangements for the reception receptionWHtrtat receptionWAa receptionWherein
Wherein The Manhattan Club wan aR formed formedadvance formedat
at II critical period rlod or our cOllntrr cnlintrs hl history lory to toadnnee toadvance
advance Democratic principles and sndtlArrca IIndlIArrco andWhertc
tlArrca Many of the policies of the Re Republican Hepublil Bepubliran ¬
publican publil n part part today toda are subverilve of those thoaaprinciples tholeprln thoseprinciples
principles prln lpl and andUA andUhfrfa8 andlVhsrco
UA Uhfrfa8 < rra The club clubs s nonresident jeem jeembership mem JrImberllhlp membership ¬
bership 1 Is > represented rpprl nlld In thirtyeight Slates Slatesof tilJiellor Ntatesof
of the th Union and nd the time Is opportune for forthe forthe forthe
the brlnelu together of Democrat through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out the country for the th purpose pf reviving revivingtho revivingtIne fI11I1tho
tho Interest Int rl t of th the people ppop In the fundamental fundamentaldoctrines runlnm forum mental mentaldoctrines nlal nlaldoctrln
doctrines s upon which our Democratic gov government IIOVerl1mpnt goveraniefli ¬
ernment wan Wli foundedKrtolrtrl founded rcundrdluorrri foundedRaolred
Krtolrtrl Tint Till tho club tender a reception receptionto 8 ptlon ptlonte
to Its It nonrosldent nonr ld nt members on Saturday Saturdayevening laturdllYevenlnll baturdayevening
evening Feb zz I9W I9WA 11112A l2A
A good many of the members of tho thoclub thocluh theclnih
club who ho joined it because hP < llIO It was tho home homeof homeof homeof
of true Democracy have become b m rather ratherimpatient ralherImpatlnt ratherImpatient
impatient over the th fact that tho clubs clubsroils club clubrollll clubsro1i
roils ro1i today contain cCJllt ln th t the htt names of a anum anumblr num number number ¬
ber of prominent Republicans who do not notnretena notprlIeud notpretend
prlIeud pretend to believe in the doctrlww of ofDemocracy ofDemocracy ofDerinocracy
Democracy at any 1U1 stage of the game When Whenbqulre ThenSquire l1on l1onHqulre
Squire Croker went to the Democratic DemocraticClub DmOlrntioCluh DemocraticClub
Club to 11 live vo ho let It be known that he wan wananxious WAAanxious wasanxious
anxious to have tho Manhattan Club In Injured InJurftd irsjured ¬
jured as much as was W II possible Kovernl Kovernlof tv rlLl rlLlof
of his more enthusiastic supporters at atonco atonlO atonce
once attempted attempl to hurt tho Manhattan ManhattanClub ManhattanClub ManhattanClub
Club At that time thin Manhattan Club Cluboccupied Cluboccupltoci Cluboccupied
occupied the Stewart mansion man lon at Thirty Thirtyfourth l1l1rt l1l1rtfourth Thirtyfourth
fourth street et < and Fifth avenue aenuel and every everytiling Iprytlml everytires
tires a member wanted a drln or sonic Ornothin sonicthing
tiling thin to eat he would go across tho street streetto Rtrlftto streetto
to tho WaldorfAstoria and get it Under Undertheee lndlrth Tuderthee
theee th circumstances the club did not notprosper notproHpttr notproper
prosper prosperIt
It was decided doold to move to the old Uni University Untonr Universtty ¬
versity nr lty Club at Twentysixth street and andMadison andladllOn andMadison
Madison avenue This move combined with withtho withthe Ith Ithtll
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PInt One to Address American Mathemat Mathematical Mathematboal IathrmataI ¬
ical aI Society SocietyFinal 8oclet 8ocletFInal SocietFinal >
Final seeslons e In the conventions of four fourectentiflo foureoIentJllo fourectentillo
ectentiflo societies were heldyesterday Mid yesterday at atColumbia litColumbia atColumbia
Columbia University UniversityProf UnlversJtyProf
Prof Charlotte Andrew Scott of Bryn BrynMawr UrynMawr
Mawr College the only woman who ha haever baa 11Mever baaevez
ever addressed ed the th American Mathematical MathematicalSociety MathematfClISoolety MathematicalSociety
Society had the honor of appearing before beforethat bet beforethat orA orAthat
that organization She spoke on The Theory Theoryof
of the Circuit of Plane Curves Other Otherspeakers Othrpeaker Otherspeakers
speakers were Prof Maxim Boche Bother of ofHarvard otHarvard 4
Harvard Dr S E Blocum of the University Universityof
of Cincinnati Prof Fcank Morley and A AD AD J
D Coble of Johns Hopkins Dr E R Hodrick Hodrickof
of Yale Dr Luther Pfahler Elsenhart Ei nhart of ofPrinceton ofPrInceton ofPrinceton
Princeton Dr William SFlto S File of Cornell Cornelland Cornelland J Jand
and Dr Edward Kawier of Columbia ColumbiaOfllcers ColumbiaOmcer ColumbiaOfficers
Officers were elected as follows President PresidentProf PresidentProf J JProf
Prof Ellaklm hastings Moore of the tint University I1nlrslt tintvereity ¬
versity rslt of Chicago First VicePresident VicePresidentProf
Prof Maxims Bocher of Harvard Second SecondVIoaPresldRnt Second SeconelVlooPrellldRnt SecondViooPreuuldent
VIoaPresldRnt Prof Frank Morley of ofJohns ofJohM ofJohns
Johns Hopkins Secretary Prof Frank FrankNelson Frankelllo FrankNelson
Nelson elllo Cola of Columbia Treasurer Treaeu r Dr DrWilliam DrWIlIlIUI Prililam
William ililam Sawyer Dennett of New York YorkLibrarian York1lbrarilln YorkLibrarian
Librarian Prof David Eugene Eug nll Smith of ofTeachers otTeachetll ofTeachers
Teachers College Colle 1t6 Columbia University UniversityCommittee UnlAnoltyCommittee UniversityCommittee
Committee on Publications Prof rof Cole of ofColumbia ofCOhrllbla ofColumbia
Columbia chairman ch lrmMi Prof Alexander Zlwet Zlwetof Zlwptur Ziwetof
of the University of Michigan and Prof ProfFrank ProfFrank ProfFrank
Frank Morley of Johns Hopkins members membersof
of the Society Council to serve until De December D Dcemblr Docomber ¬
comber 1B02 Prof Pomeroy Ladue of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York University Unlw nolty Prof George A Miller of ofInland orllland ofLeland
Inland Stanford stanford Junior University l1nher lty Prof ProfPercoy ProrPerce ProfPercoy
Percoy Perce Fronklyn Smith of the Sheffield SheffieldMlentiflo SheffieldfCllntlfto Sheffieldscientific
scientific school Yale University and and1rof andProf andProf
Prof Edward Burr Van Heck ofWealeyan ofWealeyannell of WNlleyanUnlvlr es1eyan es1eyanUniversity
Unlvlr University lty Dr John W V A Youig of Cor Corull Cornell
nell won na the society s truest at its public publlofIflon r rsession
1 session He spoke on The Holomorpblsms Holomorpblsmsof
of a Group
At the meeting of the Archomlogical ArchomlogicalInKtitutn ArohlOOlogicalInlltJtul Arvholog1caiInstitute
Institute of America Dr Enno Llttmanii Llttmaniiof
of Oldenburg Germany GennanYL a guest of the thnnocfety 1111lIoclty thesociety
society read a paper on Farly Polmyrean PolmyreanIniipriptlons Palm Palmrnllriptlonll PabnyreanInaulptions
Iniipriptlons Dr C N Brown of Aahe Aahevllle ABhelIIe Asheviii
vllle viii lIIe N C told of a valuable fragment fragmentof
of a treasure list recently INtntl found In Is the thnAcropolis th6AcropoUII theAcropolis
Acropolis wall all at Athens Prof Fitzgerald FitzgeralddiAcmditltiff FitzgeraldTlwiall JtzferaJd JtzferaJd11llall
11llall of the College 1I1Re of till City 0 of Nw NwYork SawYork
York poke on Xellopholl Ana Ansbasls Ansbaslsdiscrediting haNII haNIIdAc
discrediting dAc IIJIlIt Its historic authenticity
The Society Rocl ty of Dlhllral Literature and andExegnsls andF1IlIft11 andExegesis
Exegesis met In University Hall Prof ProfGeorge ProfGOrlte ProfGeorge
George A Larton of llrjii Mawr Oa 1 College Collegnpreennted CoJje CoJjepret CollegeInented
preennted pret flntAct < tins Je JllIhtlriJIIII l hCliriHtlHn doctrine doctrinnof doctnnof
of the preOxlstnncA prl x1rlllnlfl of tin Ml Mesatuin IIII1 li and nndIrof AnetIrof andProf
Irof n W V Uacon discussed What WHA WHAthn WIIIth Winsthn
thn th Sign of Jonah JonahA JonahA
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Prof Franklin Henry Glddlngs head ad of ofthe orthe ofthe
the department of sociology cfolog at Columbia Columbiain
in ii chairman chairmnanpmteniwaahe1d pro tmn wu held
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