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rge rgeM AcrlilenllifailHH chlrnlUr Agalmt the theMiiPklPltrrr thelnrklrllrr thefled
nut tine n flP l II 11
M MiiPklPltrrr lradi to Talk of Nome Nomelliim NotneiiaIy nltlr nltlrthtn
fled lliim thtn I Qiiifr 1IIIIrrlntrrhnrOulh Intrrboroimh jt erhflrIIhhite Fran Franfhltr frnchll
iiaIy fhltr II Appears PlItl1 to Die With ° Ilh the Other Otherne otherThe Ithertint7
the fran fran0hP rranchi franIR
tint7 ne > lilcrmnn killed yesterday I I
IR 0hP chi f Applied for by the Union Railway Railwayor
nta or Hiicklehirry company to lay Its trackA tracksftnm trackAIro traCkAmar
Dam bridge bridgeVDipn brldgofhrn bridRoth18
mar ftnm Iro rn44 Macombs > s
th18 VDipn llils I hl8 decision was reached after afteriiin afterIhrt afterId
Id iiin 9 IVIIIM discussion many mnn residents of ofThoBrnnx orTh1 ofdei
dei ThoBrnnx The llrunx rllnx who whohao ha havo vobeonurglng been urging the thopassago thopassagoof passage passageof paagogro
gro of tlw th franchise and somA of the Aldermen Aldermenwho
who voted for tho project did not hesitate hesitatelo he hettatenm ltate ltateto
nm lo My II that there was wa something queer queergoiiiK qUlCrgoitl queertrol
goiiiK goitl on onMember OHRe < 111Irmbri
trol Member of tho board who voted for forthis forthIA forfor
Re when it first firstcamo firstcano firstthe
for this franchise > two years ago
the cano l before foro the Aldermen and othor mem members members memring ¬
ring bers who enthusiastically pushed through througha
a I few v weeks BRO tho franchise allowing allowingthe
l bio the th New c York City Interborough Company Companyto
turned around aroundywterday aroundYlttrda aroundeesa
our to cross cro ro 1I this same bridge
eesa ywterday and made a dead net against againstthe againsthem
hem the th Iniim company companyAn
rthy An n odd result apparently Is that the theInterl theIntcrhorough theong
ong ongTaco Taco Interl Intcrhorough > orough franchise is killed too be beCiiiiM beall
It that made It de dependent deInrtcllt det
all CiiiiM eati > 1111 of a condition in ¬
t of pendent ndent on tim laying of the Huckleberrys Huckleberrystracks I IIrak
tracks over the bridge If as lawyers lawyerswy lawyersknot
knot wy NI this franchise is killed with the other otherit
it 11111 wai certnlnly killed gratis for the Alder Aldermen Alderm Alderdod ¬
had killed it The Thoother Theoth Theruol
dod men m n did not know they
ruol other oth r died gratis too tooThe tooThe fe feThe
The Union company las ha never tietn tietnparticularly be neS n npIIrllcularly
particularly anxious to extend it Its tracksocr trackslent tracks tracksover
S in over the brlctco bricl e on the terms exacted by bythe byIhe byby
lent the Board of Estimate and the talk Is that thatihe thatIht thatUs
by the > officials of the company have refused refusedto refu ed
Us to Vee EC anybody For a week peat it has hasl hallItn hasithi
on l Itn > en coflp po lp about the City Hall that the thefranchise thefralhis theertv
ithi franchise fralhis > would not go o through throughWhen throughWhell throughoufl
ertv When the report renort of the Aldermens Com Comcanw Committ Cornmen
oufl mitt on Railroads favoring the franchlbe franchlbelUlU franchibeput
men canw lUlU up UI at yesterdays meeting Alderman AldormanWafer AldermanWafEr Aldermanyour
put Wafer bern Brooklyn opposed the grant grantHo grantlie grantlIe
your lie did so first on the contention that the thocompany thecompany theCOnplfl
company ought ou ht to extend its system to the thooutlying theollllying theER
outlying districts dif < trlctli of The Bronx After Afterward Afterward Afterward ¬
ER ward when it was shown that the company companywas I Iwas
was meeting mE < tlng the needs of the inhabitants inhabitantsMng inhabltantRor
of or that borough he switched after a talk talkvth I Iilh
vth ilh a man who was charged openly with with1lng withklin
klin Mng a lobbyist against the bill i imltted ana sub aubmllted subugh
ugh mltted an amendment to the effect that thatthe thatthe thatould
the franchise should be granted only on oncondition oncondition oncondition
ould condition that the Union company arranged arrangedfora arrangedfr
old fora fr a transfer system with tile Metropolitan
fxvteni fxvteniWhllo HtPII1Whllt cysteInsold
sold While Mr Wafer was speaking speakingPresident speakingPresidentn President PresidentilnlTHii
of ilnlTHii 111 of The Bronx rose and exclaimed exclaimedThis exclalmodThis exclaimedUc
n This franchise is demanded by all the thePoplu thepophJ theeked
Uc Poplu of orlh Thd Bronx and there Is not one oneAlderman oneAIriernail onekklerman
eked Alderman from that borough who will willdarn willdart willand
and darn to veto against It ItIs ItId
Is this intimidation shouted Wafer WaferPerhaps Waferr Wafermit
mit Perhaps r rhap If I persist In voting against t this thinfranchlHO thisfllUlchlltJ thiscut
cut franchlHO I will not l he > a renominated This Thinit ThisI Thisrival
rival it I not tho drat time that men in authority authorityin
cast in our party have tried to drive us to the theslaughter thelllughtflf thevals
vals slaughter null to vote against our convic convictions convlotlous convichand ¬
hand bus t It is obedience tn t the whims of oftlio oftho ofthe
the the leaders that tlm has brought this hoard hoardInto hoardinto boardthat
that Into so o much dlsreputo and I want to say soytint saytht sayt
t the tint if there was 1111 > 1 moro Independence on ontha 011tht oited
ed a the part l3rt of the Aldermen wo e would not notKW lIotfluch notfor
for KW such thing carried through this body bodyas bodyout
out as n wo have seen seenMr seenIr seenMr
Mr Ir Wafer had haljuJlt Just taken his seat when whenh whenhA whenblo
blo h hA was approached by lawyer Louis A AIltvllller At1IlIl1er Aed
ed Iltvllller who fought the Union company companyin ornpal1Y ornpal1YIn
0015 in I the public hearing held by the ItlillroadH iUif iUifroadn ithcbs
cbs roadn CommlUen CommlUenSpringing CommltttHprlnglng Coinittteeeat
eat Springing to the front of the chairman chairmanPresident chairmanPrtlsldant chairmanvel
vel President Hoffen affen shouted shoutedMr shoutedIr shoutedther
ther Mr Ir Chairman there is a man lobbying lobbyingon
on tho floor of thin house against this thisfranohUa thlllfrl1ohLot thiswith
with franohUa and I demand that he ht be re removed remved reomo ¬
omo moved movedViceChairman mved1oe tnvedeight
eight ViceChairman 1oe Chalrman Mclnnes who w was s pre presiding preIdingordered preoad ¬
siding Idingordered ordered the aenjoantatarnu to topTear torleosUii tore1
oad re1 clear rleosUii the floor nO r of ortntncelll ntrttncera Mr ar Cuvtf Cuvtfll CUvllll Cuvt Cuvtiat
iat ll ler r afterwards after idll admitted adinltt d mat lie liaddrawn liaddrawnI Had drawn drawnthe
I the amendment providing for transfers transfersIwtween tranfiferRhtween transferswaa
a htween the Union and Metropolitan sys sysAlderman systEm aysrdav
rdav tEm tempool
ool Alderman Marks Tam was another anotherrun anothernnn anotherlast
last run who vigorously Igorousl opposed oPI > ed the laying layingof tjtyingold
old of tracks on the bridge when permission permbssionwas
was W1I first flr t applied for two years ago agoMr agoIr atoounci
ng Mr Ir Parsons by reference to the min minutes mlnIIlcH mm mmutef4 ¬ i
ounci utes of that meotlng showed that Mr MrMarks MrRrks MrMnrks
Marks Rrks had voted in the affirmative affirmativeThereupon affirmatlvoThrrellpon affirmativeThereupon
Thereupon Mr Marks said that he could couldnol couldnot couldnot
not recollect how he had voted but that thatthere thatthere thatin
in there was an impression in his mind that thatlie thatho thathe
lie had been opposed to the Union com companys oompanfs cornpanvs ¬
panys application applicationI applicationoftho
oftho I 1 dont don t want to cast any reflections on ontills onthis onof
of a this board and I hopo that what I am about aboutto aboutaed i
aed to say 1f will lIIl1ot not he construed by any member membernu memberhas
nu a personal reference to him Mr Parsons Parsonswent Par Parsonswent ot18 ot18went
has went on But ut it is singular that when whenthis wtumIhls whenCourt
Court this matter first came up two years ago the thecharge thecharge th thlo
lo charge was made that there was lobbying lobbyingin lobbyingcago I
in favor of the th grant Now lio from what we wehave WfJhRvP weoral
cago have heard today it would seem that lobby lobbyIn lobbyInj lobbyIng
oral In Inj is I being done against the franchise franchiseThe frallchilleThe franchiset
t The distinguishing dlslingul hlng feature eaturo of tho two twoiituatlons twolluatlonl twopart
part iituatlons U It peculiar It seems to me meThe meThe meThe
The opponents of the franchise after five fiveroll fiveroll fiveXe I
Xe roll palls alls got the necessary 40 votes to beat beatit beatvar
var it I Up to the lost call they had only 30 30votes 30otes 3Dit
it votes and then Alderman Coggey who whohad whohad
1901 had voted for aye changed his vote He Heyielded HeIpldod Rer
r the yielded Ipldod to the persuasion of some of his hiscolleagues hIscolloogues hisufe1
ufe1 colleagues on his sldo ido of tho house houseImmediately houscImmfdlatel housepul
pul Immediately Immfdlatel tlm franchise had been beendilated boondnf beenof
of dilated dnf ated a motion was made to reconsider reconsiderIt
It I Mr Wafer suggested that it should bo boconsidered beconslrlerat hoboth
both considered next Rupested Tuesday and that in the themeantime thelI1 thenow
now meantime lI1 antimo the company might be asked to toconsent toconnt toconAnt
consent to the transfer proposals propoKlllsow i iVow
in Vow ow Mr rr Chairman said Alderman AldermanWafer AldermanWafer Aldermanthe
the Wafer after the clerk had announced that thatthe thatthe thatI
I the thefranchise franchise had been thrown out by bya a vote voteof voteor votethe
the of 40 < 0 to 32I 32 3 I move that this th l matter be taken takenup tAkenlip takenone
one up again a week from now and that in the themeantime themeantime thether1
ther1 meantime the franchise should be so soamended soRrnenrled
08 amended as to tf allow for an interchange interchangeof
tied of transfers transfersChairman transfersChairman transfersthe
the Chairman Mclnnes MoIl1neThe The Corporation CorporationCounsel CorporallonCoun8E1 CorporationCounsel
Counsel has held that this board has no nopower nopower noPower
power to amend franchises franoh The Board Boardit BoardM
M it Estimate tlmate is the only body that can fix flxterms fixterms fixternis
terms and the franchise must be passed or orrejected orrej orDr
Dr rejected rejectedAt rej cted ctedAt
At that Alderman Sullivan and several severalother Beveralother severalother
other members jumped jum to thelr feet and andmoved andgo lId lIdmoved
go moved to reconsider the vote Thelmotlon Thelmotlonwas The tmotion tmotionPorto
Porto was carried without dissent and then It was wasmoved WIUImov waspart
part moved mov that the reconsideration should shouldtake shouldta shouldtake
take ta p place next Tuesday
Again Mr Ir Mclnnos plunged Into con contusion conluslon connst ¬
nst fusIon those who didnt want to pass th thfranchise thranchlfoll thfrarrchis
franchise too suddenly He pointed out outthat ontthat outcaIm
caIm that the time allowed to the Aldermen to toPw toPWI
It is Pw upon the measure expired at mid midnight midnight midunder ¬
under night and that the franchise fmnch le would lapse lapseunless lapeunll lapseUflI55
unless unll < t voted for at the meeting
nor from many man parts of the house there were wereprotests wereprotfolts werecLaim
cLaim protests at this ruling
C I dont want to deprive the people J > of ofJh orThs ofwas
was Jh Ths Bronx Rromrot of getting Rettlngthaprlvlh gettingtheprivileeof the privilege l3eof of having havinga tiavlnlEtroad
d not troad a road built across the bridge exclaimed exclaimedml
1 r Wafer in dismay I ollly want to see seetrllRt seepert
pert trllRt list ml the poor people ple are carried for one onefaro onearl onevera
vera faro arl on both h t h systems systemsFor
The For nearly half an hour there were read readIngs readIn8 madffe0
ffe0 logs nnd discussion of the two sections of ofho oftl
111 tl ho Charter relating to the letting of fran franchises flllnhl8M franeliIpe ¬
chises and then the franchise died It Itwas ItWI
5 was WI va evident from the attitude taken by bymany b bnlan byflIany I
many nlan of the forty Aldermen and from the thetalk thelalk timIs 1
Is talk hoard among them after the meeting meetingI meetingIhat meetingthat 1
I hat it was wa not their Intention really to beat beatthe beatIhr beatStates
States the franchiso It they could do better betterThe hetterr hetterThp bettorTh
The Th fnrty Inrt members who voted against the theirandiiso theIlInl
tance irandiiso r IlInl t were Alt It flop Brooklyn i Bald Baldi lIalc1Win
01 de Win i in lTani1 ham Dennett Rep Brooklyn Bren BrenHII Itrenrat
rat I WNI Brooklyn IIrl1s Oem lireek lireekCilanIhers rook rookI
I Chamher TllmColl8tY Tarn Cosicy 1Rm t Cu lllkln lllklnam 1km 1kmtint
tint am Tam Flor Florf Flor1lIrn Florr1
HII I ItlVIT Pltt Lamp t 1I0nohlie IUIIUIIUC I I HF HFftff
ftff f r1 lain i Oil Ilhien iendlern ITam enlUern lern Brooklyn ltrookl3rn j Harrerty
< T IlLfl Ilnl n HiirhrKpr Tarn Tnmi I t Jill 11 lilies PS Darn nempiphmnnd oernI Darncates
cates piphmnnd I Hlairlns Tarn TanlI llollrr Kepi KepiHrooklyni IeplIrnnkhn Ltepitathon
tathon Hrooklyni Irnnkhn I Keely 1 EI lpm Brooklyn Uindy UindyP JAIfldcates undyBrookln
cates Iip P Ilrookljn McCarthy Dem Queens Qiipenmlaul QIltlnllail Queensloan1
loan1 laul ail au 11lIm Tami Malone Rep Brooklyn I irooklynilsrk rooknlllIrk i ilrk
lrk Tnmi 111111 1 run MatheWs Rep Manhattan ManhattanMrtziror llInhllttllnINZIpr
nay Mrtziror 11111111 Tnui NehrliRuer IJem IPt Oueens Oueensitmnnlhislnn QUPenllIlon QupenatfOltflflFjlfli
itmnnlhislnn Ilon Slnnliattnn iPorBes Tami TamiItnhtPr Tent Tsmthtpr Tentplace
place ItnhtPr thtpr tonI nnllll Hchnppert Tanii I Stewart StewartHop S tewartRe fBrt fBrtlplI
Re Hop Brooklyn i TebhPtl Rep Rrook Rrooklni ftrookbonds rook rookIn
bonds lni In I 1nl Twfinipy < 1r Tarn i i Wafer Dem Brook Brooki
It Is i > m r Went Vntz flap Repi t Brooklyn I Wlllett illet Rep RepCiippnsi fiEPIIItpn81 RepIeflC
Ciippnsi IeflC Wirth ItPP Brooklyn I 8Pbeck 8PbeckUi
new Ui 1111 > p Rrooklyn and ann Wtilttskcr Rep Man Man1ittnni MnnhllllRn ManlMtAfl
1ittnni 1ittnniAlderman hllllRnAlllrrman lMtAfllcierman
Alderman Doull and other Tammany law lawyers lawrpr lawrPrs ¬
yers rpr told a SUN reporter after the meeting meetingErU mootingIrl
ErU ErUTo IrlTo En EnTo
To Puffalo M Cleveland IK It Cincinnati111 Cincinnati111Chlcata Clnrlnndl tt ttIhlrarn 1S 1SiiIcan
Chlcata UK Ptrftcl rltl equipment and roadbed roadbedComfort roadbedComlorl roadbedSpitd
Comfort speed S td Safety SAlet lilnlnr lJlDlDr and cart can elIAU camnul
nul nulthe AU
the theCo
Co Com
m I I II
j Jf a 1 11 iI
t that the act aotlonof notion ion of the Ch board would W uld not affect affectthe affectthe
the franchise recently recenUrantedto granted to the New NewIderman NewYork NewYork 1
York City Int interborough rborouab Railroad Compabyt CompabytAldtlrman CompihAlderman
Alderman Parsons and Alderman Meyerslawyers Meyers Meyerslawyers
lawyers Ilwye on the Republican tide Idil of the house houseto I
to whom a similar Inquiry WAS put asserted assertedthat IUllMrteQ IUllMrteQthat aaesrte4that
that the wiping out ofthe of the Union franchise franchisealso franchisealso
also killed the Interborough grant This ThisIB ThisIs ThisIs
Is what the Interborough grant say says of ofItself ofItllClf ofitself
Itself In section 5 5The 51hflportlQn 5Ths
The 1hflportlQn portion of the th route which whl h ja jaovrr DIMCS psaeuover DIMCSover
over the issth l iat th street lrltVIduct viaduct and the Central Centralor
or Maoombs laoomblI Rum Brldce rldre and UK approaches approacheschiill approacheashinli pproach
chiill hnl bo operated by the grantee Irral1tleltllauoOftIOrl Irral1tleltllauoOftIOrlIInd Its iuoM succesuorl succesuorland ior iorTHIS
and 18411118 sqlely Qle upon the street rU1fay raIIsyerected
erected In such IItrfeta bridge aPllroache apDroaohesand
and lId viaduct by the Union Railway Company Companyof
of the City ot New ew fork And not otherwise otherwiseTills
It Wants anCI the Beat Bettin In the Labor Market Marketand Marketnd Marketand
and nd Pay Pa the Highest IIIlhewtrr tt for > r It ItIn ItIn UIn
In this grea great city of New York Y rk the men menwho menwho menwho
who work at plain ordinary trades receive recolrehigher receivehigher receivehIgher
higher wages work under more 1tI0re favorable favorableconditlonii favorablecondltlonR favorableconditions
conditions and labor for ji shorter p period perioddally perioddaily riod rioddally
dally than in any other cRy in UM > United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States At the same time it may be said saidthat eaWthat saidthat
that labor here is continually demanding demandinghigher demandinghigher demandinghigher
higher wagee and more more privileges and andgetting andgetting andgetting
getting both bothNew bolhNew bothNew
New York cannot brook delay in having havingIts havln havlnits
Its work done so it is often easier to settle settlea
a strike than to fight labors demands demandshowever demanderhowevor demandshowever
however outrageous hey may be and andsubmit andsubmit andsubmit
submit to the consequent confl quent loss of time in infinishing Inflnlshlng infinishing
finishing the job in hand That the workers workersin
in their frantic attempts s to get the whole wholepie wholepie wholepie
pie leave any of it to the tbeemployers employers is only onlyaccounted onlyaccounted onlyaccounted
accounted for by the superb organization organizationof
of every enterprise carried on here and andthe andthe andthe
the enormoue volume of business done doneEvery doneEvery doneEvery
Every once in a while the he prediction is ismade Ismade ismade
made that the citys employers cannot keep keepit
it up but they do New York baa become becomeso
so Important a trade centre it la I so easy of ofaccess ofa ofaccess
access a ss for all supplies and so ready to pay payfor payfor payfor
for the best article In the market that em employers employers erapioyers ¬
ployers think a long time before moving to toanother toanother toanother
another locality where lower wages can be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid with an apparent Increase In profit profitAnd proltAnd profitAnd
And meantime the workers receive their theirfull theirrull theirfull
full share of the citys prosperity prosperityTake proiperltTake prosperityTake
Take the building bulldln trades New York pays paystomasons pay paystomasons
tomasons and bricklayers e 65 8 cents ntl an a hour hourfor hourfor hourfor
for an eighthour work day This means meansa mes mesa
a weekly wage of more than Io 80 0 In InChicago InCicago InChicago
where labor Is supposed to be as asscarce asscarce
Chicago wher b l larc
Cicago supps
scarce arc and dear as In any centre cnlre In I this thiscountry th thiscountry l lcuntr
country similar slmlr workers workel received r lved only onlyoonts 56 56cents 5 5cents
cents cuntr an hour or nearly IS S 5 a week wek less lesstill le8 le8tl lesstill
till tl April Aprl this th l year They Tyhave have since lnc raised raisedthe raL raisedthe
the rate five fve cents cnts an hour Philadelphia Philadelphiapays Phildelphia PhildelphiapaYI
pays paYI only 80 6 cents cent an n hour Buffalo Bufalo Cin Cincinnati C Cm Cmclnnati ¬
cinnati Providence and Detroit even less
That Tat is i a fair tall sample mple Iron workers re receive recive ¬
ceive cive BOX M cents cnt an hour which is exactly
127 27 a week plastercro plltertrl MOaweek a wek plumbers plumbersBteamflttors plumbr plumbrteamftors plumberssteamfittors
Bteamflttors painters and electricians elecricin elecricinawlCk 124 124a 24 24a
teamftors plnter
work workday workday workday
a awlCk week each having an a eighthour
day This Thil Is from IS I 3 to n 0 a week wek higher higherthan higherthan higherthan
than in other cities Unskilled Unklle laborers laborersreceive laborersreciv laborersreceive
receive reciv 25 cents onI an hour hourtht hourthat that is with a ten tenhour tenhour tenhour
hour work day da Its 15 a 1 week weekThe wek wekThe weekThe
The same me high standard standrd of wages ex extends eJ eJt extends ¬
tends t nd through every evry sort sor of occupation occupationClerks ocpUon ocpUonCleks occupationCierks
Clerks who in other cities receive reive S1 t 10 10and 10ald 10atid
and ald 112 t2 a week wek according acording to the degree degro of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their usefulness uefulncS are paid 110 10 11 13 and ad 115 115a 15 15a 15a
a week here htre These 1he however compose composethe omp compoSethe
the cheapest otuapest class clls of office ofce workers worker New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York In proportion to the number numbr of such suchworkers suchworkers uchworkerd
workers In it in spite of the strong stron com competition cm cmpettion cornpetition ¬
petition In thin thi branch of the labor labr market markethas maket maketha markethiss
has ha more clerks and Id bookkeepers bokkepers earning earningfrom ering eringfrom earningfront
from 120 20 to 130 13 30 a 1 week because bue they fill fillplaces fl flplaced fillplaces
in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
places of trust tlt than any other city
country countryEven countryEven countryEven
Even the street strt car employees employe once re regarded r rgarded regarded ¬
garded as unskilled urkled laborers laborer earn more moremoney moremoneY moremoney
money in this th city than thaanywtiere anywhere anyher else l It ItI ItIs
in I moneY the ambit amblttQ ambitioppterj top of eyery exer motorron Jtrn and ad con conductor on onductor conductor ¬
ductor in any town in the East Et to get get a Job Jobwith jobwith jobwith
with the Metropolitan Metropoltn Street Stret Railway RUway Com Company Cm Cmpany Cornpany ¬
pany here her and Id the company ompany has the pick pickof pickot pickof
of the labor market maket to choose from fromIt fromI fromIt
It I cannot cnot be said sd that tht the labor unions unionshave Imlon unionshave
have conferred conferr this th l boon bn on labor labr though thoughNew thoughNew thoughNew
New York has ha become the home of trades tradesunionism trdel tradesunionism
unionism unlonim If I that were wer so 8 the clerks and andthe andthe andthe
the Metropolitan Metropoltn Street Strt Btr Railway Riway Com Companys Cm Cmpayll Cornpanys ¬
panys men would have to be left out of ofconsideration ofconsideraton ofconsideration
payll consideration consideraton And It U i not either that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the cost of living Ivlnln In the great city Is 188 so much muchgreater mucbgreater muchgreater
greater that It has forced f r ed wages wag9 up for forevidence forevdence forevidence
evidence Is abundant that men can cn live livehere lve livehere
here evdence If i they wish wih to do so 8 o almost almo t as cheaply cheaplyas ohNplT ohNplTI
as In any other city In the theUnited United Unied State StateTho Stte StteThe StatesThe
I The reason rn for It is that tht work In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Is better beter organized organIzd that the city ban banbecome hi hasbecome
become the centre of the prosperity prosperiy of a acountry acuntr acotintry
country bme cuntr full fed with good times tis that the thocity theolty thecity
city wants want the thebest best bet and only the best bst and andout andout andout
out of Its it abundance la willing wilng to pay for forItthat forItthat forItthat
Itthat New York is i the best bet market exist existing eX existing lt ¬
ing 19 for everything over thing men have hve to sell sl labor laborIncluded lbr lbrincluded laborIncluded
Included IncludedLOST includedLOST IncludedLOST
LOST ttOY nol SINCE THE WAR IN 61 61Anybody 61nbCY 61Anybody
Anybody nbCY WiSe o Know Hn01 UnosflaItlbleS Battlblei Uble Paw Pw Pleaie PleaieCommunicate Pele PeleCommuote PlesieCommimloste
Communicate CommunicateOut Commuote CommuoteOut
Out in the Indian Territory Tertor there lives a alittle altle alittle
little boy by who is l becoming bmng anxious adou about abouthU aboutbls abouthis
ltle hU papa who is lost lOll Only fortytwo fortytwoyears fortytwoyer fortytwoyears
have elapsed since papa wandered wanderedaway wanderedaway wanderedaway
years yer hve elap Inc pap
away from Georgia Gergie but the son Is now nowon nowon nowon
on the verge of real worrlment worrlmentAfter worment wormentAtAr worrirnentAfter
futile attempts through throughrtroent throughthe
After AtAr making mking fuue tempts
the Polt Cepartment rtroent he wrote wrte to Post Postnotice Postmlter Postmaster
master Polc Van Cprment Cott tt ollerng offering hm him the Job of offnding offinding
mlter finding papa and enoloS enclosed the following foHowingnotic followingnotice
notice notic fnding to be D posted pst in the Post Pot Office OfficeLOST Omo OfficeLOST
My Name Is George Washington WnRton Batlble BatlbleI
I Hare 11 Nlme Bin lost 10t from mrFMPWay m1 People > pi evr cv vr Sears Bencele Bnce Bncethe Searsthe
the War In 1181 And Would Wolid Be le Glad Gad of any anysence anyImferrahun anyimfermuhun
imfermuhun Jll concerning my People thle thlename thiro thironame
Imferrahun is Bastible canelrI Will ome on onl Pleu Please Rit IIte IIteme
Do I any atble one Know Jo John n Butble Butlble my rathe rather ratherhe
he me II a Brick ollKoW 15SOfl pon By B tade trade lalt I nint seen him himnce himsence
sence nce I I Brck was Wa a inn innAccompanying ltle little boy Rtt Rite me at garvin garvinP arvl
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and Horace Horac A Blactanur Blclu who are accused accusedof ao
diamond mine com company cornpany ¬
of running a dimnd mie
r1 before Magistrate MagistralCornell MagistrateCornell
pany were arraigned aige befor Mgitrte MgitrteCrel
Cornell in the Tombs Tomb police plc court cur yester yesterday yeeer yeeerday yesterday ¬
Crel of doing bust business bustness
day on the technical techical charge charl bl blnel
assumed name without regis registering registaring ¬
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tering nel uder it Their u concern ooncr was u called cle reg the theBritishAfrican theDrlt theBrltishAfriean
terng BritishAfrican Drlt lhAron i Teir Finance Fic Company Cmpny The Theprisoners Theprisoners I Ipriners
prisoners priners gave gaveS ttOO 500 ball bl each eachKilled eh eachKilled I IKlt
Killed Klt by b Fall In Elevator Eleator Shaft ShaftJoseph ShnJosph ShaftJoseph
Joseph Josph Buehler of 3781 Third Tir avenue aenue a aporter aporter
of the David Williams WilliamsPrinting WilliamsPrinting
porter In the employ Dfvld Wiia WiiaPrlntn
Printing Company at 338 William street streetfell strt strtfel streetfell
Prlntn fell down CmpT the elevator shaft 23 from the sixth sixthfloor sit sixthfloorjcsterday
fel floor floorjcsterday yesterday terday afternoon and was instantly instantlykilled lntantly lntantlykied instantlykilled
killed Ioor The first ateroon that was known of the theaccident theaccdent theaccident
accident kied accdent Te was WI tllt when whn tat the body by Wa was w found foundSirs foundlr foundMrs
Sirs lr H C Miner I to l Do Married IIrlt In June JuneAn JuneAn une uneAn
An early erly day In June Jue has ha been bn selected selectedby aleed aleedby selectedby
by Mrs MI Henry Her C Miner widow wiow of the th late lateCongressman lte lteCngnmn lateCongressrflfl
Congressman and theatrical thMtrol manager and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Cngnmn Allen M MThomasOf Thomas Thom of U 4WestyiftyfoUrth 4WestyiftyfoUrthstreet West Wet Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourthstreet Fiyrourth Fiyrourthtr
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their wedding
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braud in the Church of the Heavenly Hevely Best RstMrs Rt RtMr BestMrs
bU Mrs Miner I te has Cur been a widow three tr years years8h7 yearsShe 1 1She
Mr Mer h b wow before nor normarrUf betiarriap
8h7 She WM Miss M Annie Aie ONeill O Ne bo I
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8a Nai U > i They f Are Ae Guilty Gui of Many Man Frauds Fraudsand Frud Frudnd Fraudssad
and nd That lt the Return Retur of the Msney Mne They TheyMlupproprlated theyMhuappropriated e eIIpproprlle
Mlupproprlated IIpproprlle It 1 of f l ll Less > is Conse Consequence Coesequenee ¬
quence qUlH Than n Ii I Their tlr Pllmrnt PllmrntFIEIOID PunishmentFaaauoup Punishment PunishmentFREEHOLD
FREEHOLD FIEIOID N J May BThe Inul Monmouth Monmouthcounty MonmouthcouCy Monmouthcounty
county couCy Grand Oran Jury convened cnvene here today
for the May term trm and the sensation Inlton of 0 oL the thehour thehour thehour
hour Is I the charge ohrge which Justice Jutc Fort For deliv delivered delv delver dehivered ¬
ered er to that body by upon upn their duty to indict indictcertain Inict Inictcrln indiotcertain
certain crln officials omcll of the wrecked wrecke Monmouth MonmouthTrust MonmouthTrt MonmouthTrust
Trust Trt and Safe Bfe Deposit Company Cmpy of Asbury AsburyPark Abury AburyPrk AsburyPark
Park Prk whloh is now in I the hands of Receiver ReceiverJohn Rlv ReceIverJohn r rJohn
John K F tanning tanningJustice Lnning LnningJuato LeaningJustice
Justice Juato Fort For opened opene his charge by byalulnl byalulnlto alluding alludingto
to the State Etate law 1 governing trust tr8t companies companiesHo cmpnies cmpniesHe
He said an Investigation Inve taton into Ito the affairs affairsof failll failllof
of the Had brought to light
company compny t t lght gross grossIrregularities grossIrregularities
Irregularities iregulrties and many mny Illegal Uegl acts on the thepart thepr thepart
part pr of the theoffioern officers otors and directors dirotor In con concluding concluding coneluding ¬
cluding Justice Jutc Fort For said saidIt s saidNfl
Nfl It I is difficult dUlcult to bring bJng oneself onel onee lt to believe believeit bleve bleveit
it possible p0lble until uti the facts In this trust trustcompany tr trustcompany t tcompny
company compny cose cB are fully fuly brought to his hisattention h hisattention l lattenton
attention attenton that tht officers omors charged ohrged with the thecustody tbecustoy thecustody
custody custoy of the funds of others othe should shoul so sofar 8 sotar
far forget their obligations oblgatlon as to have haveperpetrated hve hveprtrt haveperpetrated
perpetrated prtrt the frauds which are soap soapparent 80 soapparent ap apprent
parent prent upon an examination exminaton of the facts factsof fact factsof
of the case L No higher duty can devolve devolveupon deolveupn devolveupon
upon upn a Orand Ornd Jury than the bringing to tojustice toJutce tojustice
justice Jutce all officials ofclla guilty guity of the perpetra perpetration prpera prperation perpetration ¬
tion of crimes cre of this character All Al the theoffences theolenosin theoffenses
offences olenosin in the evidence evdenc before brore the court courtappear cour courtappear
appear appr to have been ben committed oommltt for the thepersonal theprnal thepersonal
personal prnal advantage advntge of the officers oc of the thetrust thetrust thetrust
trust company comPny or of those outside of the thetrust thetrt thetrust
trust trt company compny Interested interted with them In Inpersonal I inpersonal
personal prsonal transactions transactionsThere trMotons trMotonsTere transactionsThere
There Tere appears app in this case c to have been beenomission bn bnomllon beenomission
omission omllon to make mae entries misapplication mspplction of offunds ortnds offunds
funds tnds false fae statement of the condition cndton of the thetrust thetrst thetruatcompany
trust trst truatcompany company mpy false ral entries upon the books booksthe bks bksthe booksthe
the juggling of the accounts cunts of the trust trustcompany trst trstcmpany trustcompany
company cmpany as a executor exetor of at least let one estate estateIf etate etateIf
If not the absolute misappropriation msppropraton of the thefunds thefunds thefunds
funds of that estate the making of false falseaccounts fals falseaccounts
accounts aunt as an executor exectr to the Orphans OrphansCourt Orpha OrphansCourt
Court Cur as a to the amount of the trust trst funds fundsin fundein fundsin
in hand the loaning loanng of moneys of the trust trustcompany trst trstcmpay trustcompany
company cmpay without wthout complying cmplying with the theprovision theprvison theprovision
provision prvison of the Trust Trst Company Cmpany act re requiring requirng noquining ¬
quiring quirng applcton application therefor to be b made madein mae maeIn madein
in writing writng and the loan to be b approved by a amajority amajority amajority
majority of the board brd or executive com committee cm cmmite cornmittee ¬
mittee mite and a general leneral conspiracy between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the officers otcr of the trust trt company comply and others othersto other
to possess po themselves thomNlves unlawfully unlawfuly of the thefunds thefunds thefunds
funds of the trust company upon ovary ovaryoccasion eeryoolon everyoccasion
occasion oolon of their need ne It I is of less lel conse consequence cons consequence ¬
quence quenc to the State that the misappro misappropriated mlSppro mlSpproprlated misapproprinted ¬
printed funds should be b returned retured than that thatthose thatthos thatthose
those thos guilty guity of these thes offences ofenc should b bpunished be bepushe bepunished
punished punishedASSORT pushe punishedAsamsy
ASSORT AS3UIT PARK N J May 5 IThe 5The The Comp Comptroller Cmp Cmptroler Comptrolier ¬
troller troler of the Currency Crrency at Washington to today today today ¬
day 9rdered an assessment RBment of S 33 a share shareor
or 151000 S1O to be b levied on the stockholders stockholdersof
of the defunct defuct First Frt National Bank lk The Theassessments Theament TheaSsessments
assessments ament must be b paid pad on or before next nextMonday nextMonday nextMonday
Monday under penalty pnaty of suits suit by the re receiver recher receiver ¬
ceiver cher It is believed heleved that the stock stockholders stockholder stockholders ¬
holders holder redress redressPresident redressPresident will 11 fall fal back bck on the directors for forredress forrl forredress
rl President A C Twining of the Monmouth MonmouthTrust MonmouthTrust MonmouthTrust
Trust Company Cmpany and and President Presdent George F FKroehl FKrohl PKroohl
Kroehl Krohl of the bank who ho are now under bail bailaction bal balar bailare
ar are lvng living quietly in the park aatlng awaiting the thoaton theaction
action aton ofthe of the Grand Jury Treasurer D O OCrel CCornell
Cornell Crel of the trust trst company cmpay left Asbury Abur
Park after afer hl his release reltae on 01 ball bal two months monthsago monthsag monthsago
ago and ad his present prelnt residence rsIden is unknown unknownIt
It ag U stated attlwver however that he will il appear to tolead t toplead
ple plead lead If I an Indictment Is found foud against agat appa him himy bi himby
by y the Grand Jury JuryWAS JuryWAS JuryWAS
WAS HER HAND A > FST FSTThat S77 S77That STrat
That at Is I What bt Counsel CoalelSald Said About hout a Former FormerMember Formerlember FormerMember
Member of the Boitonlam BoitonlamSupreme BOltonlanSupreme iloitonianiSupreme
Supreme Court Curt Justice Justic Dickey Dckey in Brooklyn Brooklynyesterday BrooklynYetray Brooklynyesterday
yesterday Yetray awarded aware Matilda Iatlda H Davidson Davld on 10 10a 10a 10a
a week wek alimony almony and 75 counsel coun el fees fea pen pending p pending n nding ¬
ding the trial of the suit brought against againsther againsther againsther
her by Frederick Frerick M Davidson Davdon a muslo musloteacher muslotecher musicteacher
teacher techer for separation sepration on the ground groud of ofcruel ofcrel ofcrueland
cruel crel crueland and ad Inhuman Ihuman treatment The couple couplewere couplewere couplewere
were married In 1000 19 and lived lve together togetheruntil togetherunti togetheruntil
until unti April Apri 21 last lat when hen the defendant defendantabandoned defendantabndoned defendantabandoned
abandoned abndoned her husband husbnd and went to live livewith lve lvewih livewith
with wih a sister at Bath Beach Bh The Te couple couplemet couplemet couplemet
met when each eah was a member membr of the Boa Boatcnlans Bs Bstonian BoatonIan
tonian opera opra company They were wer mar married mArrle roarned ¬
ned after a courtship curtship of three thr months monthsTho monthsTe monthsThe
The Te plaintiff plaltlt sings in the choir of the He Heformed Reformed i
formed rored Church Curh on the Heights HeightsSome Helghtl HeightsSome IeI
Some Sme time afterward aft counrel for the thehusband thehubd thehusband
husband hubd said ald Mrs Mr rar Davidson Davlwon began bgan to tomanifest torlet tomanifeat
manifest rlet ill U temper and to fly fy into paroxysms paroxysmsof
of rage On one ne occasion oulon she struck htnlcl proxms proxmsof her herhusband herhubnd herhusband
husband hubnd in the faco with her fist fistYou tlRtYou fistYou
You must have a pretty prty strong Itrong case casepaid CMeIald casesaid
paid Iald Justice JUBtle Dickey when you YOI talk of a aIt awoman awoman
woman hand handIt ttrlklg striking her nus iiusband bnd wih with her pUIY puny
It was a fist said counsel coulel and it was wasattached wasattached a
attached atahe to 180 18 pounds poundsGet pound poundsGet
Get down to the blood letting etlng raid caidJustice raidJustice aid aidJu
Justice Ju Dickey DickeyCounsel DickeyCun5el DickeyCounsel
Counsel Cun5el tc said the defendant threw dishes dishesand dlshl dishesand
and flower now r pots at the plaintiff plaint1 and threat threatened threaten threatenAd
ened en to t kill kU pt him tore tor off hln necktie nektie and andscratched andaortche andscratched
scratched aortche his face and told him she would wouldcut wouldct wouldcut
cut ct his heart hear out He was in I constant constantfear coMtantfear corstantear
fear ear of his life lifeJut lfe lfeJltc lifeJustice
Jut Jltc Justice t ice Dickey Dikey ascertained crtalned that the thelalntiff thl thelaintiff
plait1 lalntiff was W earning earing 11I 1600 a as a music muMocation mUf < lo loteaher
teaher r eacher employed by the Brd Board of Edu Education
cation and had other income and then thengranted thenrant thengranted
granted fee rant the motion moton for alimony aliony and counsel counselfee oouneelre counselfoe
Large rle Congregation Colelaton at a Memorial Memor1 Sen 8en1ee 8en1eeIn Ice IceIn
In the Cathedral CathedralIn Ctheral CtheralIn
In all of the Rman Roman Catholic Catholo churches churchesIn churhes churhesI
In I New York memorial memoral masses mls were said saidyesterday saidyesterday ld ldyeltrday
yesterday yeltrday for the late Archbishop Arhbllhop Corrigan Corriganwhose Crrgan Crrgan1h08 Corniganwhose
whose 1h08 death occurred ourrd one year ago The Theofficial Th TheoftlOlai
service held the theCathedral theCtherl theCathedral
official otoll requiem 1 lc was Wi at
Cathedral Ctherl at 10 oolock Vested In I black blackarid blackard blackand
arid ard wearing wearg the silver mitre mire Instead of ofthe orthe ofthe
the gold old one of jubilant Jubiant occasions oclons Arch Archbishop Arohb Archbishop ¬
bishop b lbop Farley officiated ofclf The other otherofficiating otherotelatng otheromclatlng
officiating otelatng clergymen clergyen who were also als robed robedin rbd rbdin
in black blk were wer VicarGeneral Mooney assist assistant ollt olltant assistant ¬
ant priest deacons of honor Chancellor ChancellorCotton Canclor CanclorCltn ChancellorColton
Cotton Cltn D Bishopelect of Buffalo Bualo and the theRev theRv theRev
Rev Rv James Jamel H McGean Eloa deacons the Revs RevsThomas RVI RVIThom RevsThomas
Thomas F Murphy andID and D J McMockln McMocklnmasters Mo Mc5iak1nmasters lkin lkinmatl1l
Thom masters oKoaremonles ocsrmonls Fat Fathe Fathers hem Hayes and andIxswls and andIwls anc ancIewls
Ixswls matl1l secretaries 10rlrles to the Archbishop Arhbishop ArhbishopIn ArchbishopIn
Iwls In tho tim sanctuary knelt knlt several lveral hundred hundredThe hundredprest hundredarieste
arieste attired In blak black and 1S iso Imlnarans Imlnaransrrom seminarian seminarianbum
bum Dunwoodle chanted the responses responsesThe
The main altar was wa bare bre of decoration decoraton respnl and andthe andthe andthe
Th the massive Jlve mn pillars pia the Archbishops throne throneand thronead throneend
and ad the candles cndle In the the sanctuary snotuar were werefestooned wer werefestooned
festooned festne with crape crap The congregation congregationWILA CnlrPtOn CnlrPtOnwa congregationwr1ajr
WILA vonr Iftrffo IftrffoSpecial
wa wr1ajr Special vr muslo larg had b been prepared for the theThe theoClon theoccasion
occasion Spcial includlnf IncIudln two new prpr compo compositions compositionsIku itol
oClon Iku uiem and DIf1 DIes Ir mm by Hana Harms HarmsThe I
The Rqulem Sanctus Scu and an Domino Domie Jesu Christe Christewere Chrste Chriatewere i iwere
were from Morarts Morr I mass massAt ma massAt
At the close CII of the mass ma four black blak robed robedacolytes robd robdalys robedacolytes
acolytes bearing barng lighted lghted tapers tapl proceeded proceededto prded prdedto
to alys the late Archbishop Arohbl hops s tomb and drew drewback drewbk drewback
back the heavy silken siken pall pal while whie Arch Archbishop Archbl Archbishop
bishop bk bl hop th Farley pronounced pronounc the th absolution absolutionCOLORED abluton ablutonCOLORED absolutionCOLORED
JealousY CauiM CU Cauieafl an n Attempt at t Murder MurderIn Murer MurerIn
In llrmpttrad llrmpttradHEMPSTBAD Jrmptrd JrmptrdU ItcmpsleadIIEMISTSAD
HEMPSTBAD U llrTI4D L I I May 5 5Luls 5Lottie Louis Thomp Thompson Thompln
ton ln colored color 38 3 years yeaIl old shot Hettie HettieTreadwell Hetie HetieTrwell HettieTreadwell
Treadwell Trwell also a colored 28 years Yfar old in inwho InClnton inClinton
Clinton Itnt Strf4t thl this morning and then fed fedHe fled fledHe
He ha has not bn been cpturd capturee The woman womanwho
who wa was shot in the left lef breast brMt was wa taken takento takent
to th tbf the Wi Nassau Nuu Hospital HOlpla in Mlneola Mlnela She Sheto Bheli SheIi
to t In a critlcaJ condition conditionJealousy ondlton conditioneilousy I IoMouYU
li Jealousy oMouYU crto was tb tb the cauae cU cu of r the th tjwotlng I j Otl bx I Ij
NEW 1 BOOKS H UBre IIflteei
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It In I long 10sln0 since we have had lul occasion occalon to towelcom towe1m towe1com
welcom we1m a collection cUeclon of essays elMYI so N attractive attractiveon atracive atraciveon
on the score lcre both bth of subject lubJoctl and of treat treatment Ire treatneat at atI
I neat ent an al will wi be b found In the volume entitled entitledStudies enttled enttledIn entitledBtudIes
Studies In Contemporary Cntmpmry Biography
Macmillana MacmlanB by James Jame Bryce Bryc well known knowntouinot knownto
touinot to us not only as al an eminent member membr of ofj ofthe
j the British nrltAh Liberal Libral party pary but as I the author authorof
I of Tho American Commonwealth Cmmonwealh and nndThe andThe andThe
The Holy Roman Rman Empire Of tho twenty
biographical bloraphlca sketches Ikethel here brought to together togeher togather ¬
gather geher six b deal with wih politicians pltolan to towit towi towit
wit wi Gladstone ald t e Beaoonsfleld Baoonstleld Cairns CairnsNorthcote CairnsNorhcte CairnsNorthoote
Northcote Lowe with withmen withman
Norhcte Lwe and Powell Parnel five fve
men eminent from a religious relgioul point pint of view viewnamely viewnRmely viewnamely
namely Archbishop Talt Tat Cardinal Crdinal Man ManI
I nlng James Jaes Fraser Fr r Bishop Bshop of Manches Manchester Mancht ¬
ter t r Dean Stanley and William Wiiam Robertson RobertsonSmith Rbrt RobertsonSmith on
Smith The list lt of subjects subjets Includes inolude also alsothree ailo ailothe alsothree
three the historians E A Freeman Freman J R Green Greenand GreenI Greenand
I and ad Lord Lrd Acton and one novelist noelst Anthony
Trollope TroUop There are also alAolnterestlng interesting pa papers p papets ¬
pets prs on Sir George Oerge Jessel Jell Master Mlter of tho thoHolla thoRUII theRolls
Rolls RUII and on Edwin Ewin Lawrence Lwrence Oodkln as aswell Mwel aswell
well wel as on two or throe thr throoothor othor other Englishmen Englishmencomparatively EnRl Englishmencomparatively hmen hmencmparatvely
comparatively cmparatvely little lttle known on this side of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Atlantic AtlanticIf AtlanticI
If I we were w re asked to single out the theessay the8Y theessay
essay 8Y whloh best bet exhibits exhlbla the authors authorssingularly autboresingularly authorssIngularly
singularly judicial spirit wo 10 should sould point pointto
to the paper on Lord Beaconsfield Baconsfeld Tp Tosay Tpsay Tpsay
say that tht Mr Bryce Bryc dove dO justlco JUllteo to the theCortservativo theCnseratve theCoitservative
Cortservativo Cnseratve leader would bo b to under understate understAte understate ¬
state the fact He evinces evlnoO an amount aount of ofappreciation ofapprelatlon ofappreciation
appreciation apprelatlon and even sympathy Aympthy whloh whlohIs
Is little ltte short IIhor of astonishing to those who whoremember whoremembr whoremember
remember remembr how Disraeli Dlael used uae to be b regarded regardedby
by British DritAb Liberal 1lberl on 8 late as the early early70s erly erly7O early70s
70s 7O Rome Hme of us can recall rel that at atOxford atOxford atOxford
Oxford thirty tblty years year ago Disraelis Dsrals name namewas namewas namewas
was never mentioned without wihout a sneer sneereven sneereven neeren
even by Conservatives Cnservatve8 There Is not a atrace 1 atrace
trace trac of disdain dlain in Mr Brycos Bryos retrospective retrospectiveestimate retrospeive retrospeiveestmate retrospectiveestimate
estimate estmate It Is not asserted assred Indeed Indeedthat Inded Indedthat indeedthat
that Disraeli Disrael may challenge chalenge a great gret place placein
in history histor on the ground grund that things would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been ben very er different dllerent twenty or fifty fiftyyears ftty fttyyears fiftyyears
years after his hil hlsdeathif death If he had never nver lived livedTried led ledTried livedTried
Tried by this thll standard Ilandar the results reAula of Die Disraelis Dil Dieraehls ¬
raelis raela personal ptonal actions acton upon the course coure of ofevents ofeente ofevents
events are not numerous though some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them may be deemed momentous By Byconferring Byconferring Byconferring
conferring upon Quean Victoria the title ttle ttleEmpres titleEmpress
1 Empress Empres of India ho apparently apprently stim stimulated atlmulated stimulated ¬
ulated the Imperial imprial Instincts of English Englishmen Engish Engishmen Englishmen ¬
men There is no doubt that he became becamethe beoamethf becamethtfounder
the thf thtfounder founder of what has in later Ilter days been beencallnd bn bnoaltd beencalled
called oaltd Tory Democracy winning over a alarge alargt alarge
large largt section setion of the humbler classes cals to a abanner abanner abanner
banner under which the majority of the therich therloq therich
rich and the holders holder of vested Interests Interestsalready Interet8 Interet8alrdy interestsalready
already alrdy stood td arrayed Irray It I Is 11 even more morecertain mol morecertain
certain crtain that tho Franchise Frlnchll act of 1887 187 by
hastening ha tenlng a change ohanfo that induced other otherchanges othErohangf otherchanges
changes ohangf affected afected permanently prmanently the course courseof coule couleI courseof
of events and it remains the chief monu monument monument montiment ¬
ment of his h l Parliamentary ParlamentAr skill akl On the thewhole thehole thewhole
I whole hole Mr Bryco Boce would not maintain that thatDisraeli thatDlraeU thatDisraeli
Disraeli DlraeU raised rised the tone of English public publicI publo publolfe publiclIfe
I life lfe It I Is at the same time frankly ac aci RCknowlege
I i knowledged knowlege that his hl was Wn a wonderful wonderfulcareer wonderrulcarer wonderfulcareer
career carer An adventurer foreign in race racein raclIn raceIn
in Ideas in temper without money or family familyI famiy famiycnnoctlonB
I I connections cnnoctlonB climbs clmbl by patient patent and un unaided unBhlec tinaided ¬
aided Bhlec efforts to lead a great party master mastera
a powerful pwHful aristocracy sway a vast valt em empire cmplre empire ¬
pire and anl make himself hlmflf one of the four or orflvo ortlvo orfive
five greatest gfftat personal prlnal forces In the world worldHU worldII worldIlls
HU II head hea Is not turned ture by his elevation H Hnever Ie Ienever He Henever
never becomes a demagogue he never novorstoops nCer nCerstoops neverstoops
stoops to begullo beglllo the multitude by appeal appealing apPtalInot appealing ¬
ing to sordid sodid Instincts He retains through throughlife throughlfe
life lfe a certain Crtaln amplitude ampltude of view Iew a due sens sensof sen senor sense senseof
of the dignity of hl hil his position positon a due regard regardfor regardfor regardfor
for the thl traditions traitons of the ancient ancent assembly assemblywhloh Imbly Imblywhloh
whloh he leads led and when whfn at last the des destinies de destinles ¬
tinies of England fall fal Into his hands handl ho hofeels hf hofeels
feels rcls the grandeur of the charge charjp and seeks seeksto sek
to secure what ho believes oleM to be her Im Imperial 1mprlalplac impenal ¬
penal prlalplac placo In the world Whatever judg judgment JudotmMt Judgmont ¬
mont history biltory may ultimately ulimately pass upon uponhlrri upn upnhim uponhim
him she will wi find fnd in the long annals annll of nfthA ofthe
the English Englsh Parliament Parlamept no more striking strikingfigure strikingfiure strikingfiguro
figure figureIn fiure fiureIn
In th the essay lT on Charles Stewart Rtpwart Parnoll Parnollthe Parll Parnollthe
the opinion is expressed epresse that the swiftness swiftnessof IwlftnlS wiftne wiftneof
of his h l rise rseis niseis is an impressive instance instano of the thepower thepower thepower
power which Intellectual Intelectual concentration cncntration and andA
A strenuous will wil can exert exrt for ho had no noadventitious noadvfntltlous noadventitious
adventitious advfntltlous help from wealth wealh or family familyconnection ramly ramlyconneton familyconnection
connection conneton or from the reputation of hav having havIng hayIng ¬
ing suffered Bufered for his country When he heentered heentered
entered Parliament Parlament he was only thirty thirtywith thirtywih thirtywith
with wih no experience experienc of affairs afall and no gift Rft of ofspeech1 ofsph ofspeech
speech sph hut the lie quality qualty that was in him of ofleading ofleading
leading and ruling rulng men of taking the in initiative Inhlntlvl inItlative ¬
itiative of seeing and striking at the weak weakpoint WPlk WPlkpoint weakpoint
point of the enemy tnemy and fearlessly facing facingthe tacng tacngthe facingthe
the brunt of an enemys attack atak made Itself Itselffelt Itselffelt Relf Relftelt
felt in a few months and he rose rOf without withouteffort withouteffort lhout lhoutellor
effort to the llrst place Mr Bryco is
ellor thp frt 1r Brce con conInced conIno conmood
mood Ino that that Parnell Parnl though he hf had some someIntellectual Iome IomeIntelectlil someintellectual I
Intellectual Intelectlil limitations Imlat Ions and some great greatfaults greatraulAwi greatfaults
faults raulAwi will stand high in the long and melan melancholy melnncholy melancholy ¬ I
choly series of Irish Irah leaders less llS lofty
than Orattan Gratan less lel romantic than Wolfe WolfeTone Wolfe WolfeTone
Tone Tonf less lels attractive atrlctle than OConnell OConncl less lessbrilliant I lessbrilliant I
brilliant brlHant than any of these thee three yet en entitled entited ontitled ¬
titled tited to he remembered as one of the most mostremarkable mostremarkable mostremarkable
remarkable characters oharaters that his country han hanproduced haaproucd hasproduced
produced proucd in her struggle of many centuries centuriesagainst centure centuriesagainst
against agalnlt the larger larler Isle IsleWe IsleWe IsleWe
We suppose that nobody now doubts doubtsthat doubtsthat doubtsthat
that Parnell Parel made a mistake mlst ke in clinging clngln to tothe tothe tothe
the headship hedhlp of his party pary when prudence prudenceprescribed prden prudenceprescribed co coprescrIbed
prescribed temporary temporar withdrawal withdraal Mr MrBryce MrBrc MrBryce
Bryce Brc Is one of those who believe beleve that had
Parnell taken taen the advice advic of Mr Cecil CecilRhodes c1 c1Rhoe CecilRhodes
Rhodes Rhoe and an retired retir for a time tm from pubUo pubUolife pbl publialife
life hi hi absence abnone absencuneed need not have been bn of t long longduration JOD JODduraton longduration
duration duraton Ha Had he after afer the sentence lntenoof lntenoofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Divorce Divorc Court Curt in November Novmbr 1800 180 gone goneabroad gonoabrp goneabr
abroad abr ad for eight or ten months montl allowing allowingsome allowingsoma IJowlnlIm
some abrp Im one to be b chosen chOnln in his hi place pl chair chairman oair oairmn chaIrman ¬
man mn of the Irish party for the session Il0n he homight hemight hemight
might thereafter have pry returned rturned to the House Houseof Hou Houof
of Commons Cmon and would doubtless doubte after ate a aabort aahort ashort
abort lapse lp of time lme have naturally ntualyr recov recovered recovered v ver ¬
ered the leadership ledership No one else el could culd have haverelated haverted havereisted
related er rted his claim Even as it was Wa when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the schism In the Nationalist Natonait party began beganthere beganther beganthere
there ther were many besides bldes Lord Lrd Salisbury Salisburymany Bbur Salisburymany
many In Ireland Irelnd as welt wel as in England Englandwho Englandwho Englandwho
who predicted predlote triumph for Parnell They Theybelieved Theybeleved Theybelieved
believed beleved that nobody noby else could ould hold tho thoIrish thoIrsh theIrish
Irish Irsh party together and carry car the Irish Irishcause Ish Ishcaul Irishcause
cause caul to triumph triumphThose triumphThOB triumphThose
Those ThOB who would mark the lightness Ughtne of oftouch oftouch oftouch
touch with which subjects lubJect of a very ver dif different different different ¬
ferent kind are treated treate should turn tur to the thepaper thepapron thepaper
paper papron on Anthony AntlonyTrolopo Trollopo Mr Bryce Bro is by byno byno byno
no means meaR sure that Trollope Trolope will i be b read readt readtal at atall atall
all al fifty years yer after ater his hi death but of this he hefeels hefeels hofeels
feels assured that whoever does read readTrollopo rea readTrollope
Trollopo Tolope In 1930 113 will wi gather from his h l pages pageabetter pge pagesbetter
better bter than from any anyothor others an impression impressionof imprelon imprelonof
of what everyday evoray life lte was in England Englnd in inthe inthe inthe
the MiddleVictorian period priod Trollopos Trolloposcharacters Tolops Tolopscharaoter Trollopescharacters
characters charaoter represent reprlnt faithfully talhully the tle cnn ordinary ori orinary cnnnary ¬
nary surface surace of English Eglih upper and upper upperrnlddlecloss uppr upprmlddlelA uppermiddleclass
rnlddlecloss mlddlelA society as It was wa In 18501870 18501870its 18180 15601870Its
its ia prejudices preJudics Us Is little ltle pharasalsms phaasasms and andhypocrisies andhypocrlsle andhypocrisies
hypocrisies hypocrlsle Its Is snobbishness snobblshMB Its Is worship worshipof worshp worshpof
of conventionalities conventionalties Its Is aloofness aloofne from or orcondescensions orcondelcmlons orcondescensions
condescensions condelcmlons to those whom it deemed deemedbelow deeme deemedbelow
below blow its ia own level and therewith therewih also alsoits ala alals alsoits
its ls public publo spirit its Ia selfhelpfulness alfbelpruinel its itsnoighborllness it Itsneighborliness
neighborliness neighborlness its I respect respct for honesty hone y and andstralghforwardness ad adstralghforwardness andstraighforwardness
its friendliness friendlinessof
stralghforwardness easy elY frlendllnes frlendllnesof
of manner maner toward towar all 81 who stood stoo within wihi the thesacred thelaore thesnored
sacred laore palo of social recognition recognion The Thellttlo Thelitte Thelittle
little litte pains that Trollope Trollop took with wih his hisdiction hisdiction hisdiction
diction is unquestionably one of the de defects deteots dofects ¬
fects that most strike those tho o who turn over overhis overhi overhis
his hi pages today M W V H HDUROLAR HDUnGLtR H1IIJRGLtlt
Somebody Tried Trie to Steal the Collection Collectionand ColeeUon CollectIonand
and No Outsiders Outldlr Knew It I Was There TherePolice Tere TerePolce TherePolice
Police Polce Captain Cptain Cullen Culen of the Bath Beach Beachstation Bah Bahstaton Beachstation
station staton and his detectives are a trying trig to tofind tofnd tofind
find fnd the perpetrator prpetratr of the mysterious mYtrious rob robbery robbry robbery ¬
bery bry of the house of Charles Charle A Berry BerryEightythird Brry BrryEightythir BerryEightythird
Eightythird Eightythir street and lId Twentieth avenue avenueBensonhurst avenueBmlnhurst avenueBensonhurst
Bensonhurst Bmlnhurst on Sunday night last lastMr lat latMr lastMr
Mr Berry is I the treasurer trelurer of St Jamess JamessMethodist JamesaMethodit JamessMethodist
Methodist Methodit Episcopal Church Eightyfourth Eightyfourthstreet Eighyfourth EighyfourthRtreet
street and Twentieth Twetieth avenue On Sun Sunday Su Sunday ¬
day last llt a special plal collection coleton was W8 taken takenup takenup takenup
up The church people pople have lately latly fin finished tn tnIshed finished ¬
ished building buiding a new parsonage paronage ad adjoining adjoining adjoining ¬
joining tho church and efforts ollor are being beingmade big bigmade beingmade
made to raise the 5000 50 5tX necessary nece6 to pay payfor pT pTfor payfor
for it It rlflf Is supposed that some Ime person personfamiliar personfamiliar
familiar with wih the work of the church prn prnrallnr and andthe andthe andthe
the rallnr habits of Treasurer TreRurer Berry Berr committed committedthe cmlnltted cmlnlttedthe
the robbery robberyOn robbr robbrOn
On Sunday SundlY night shortly Bhorty after the res resof rest restof restof
of the family faiy had gone to church Miss MlsiLottie MI8 MissLottie
Lottie Lttie Berry the eignteenyenrold elghtonYfald daugh daughtor daughtor daughtar
tor who had retired reired at 7 oclock because becauseof becaufe becaufeof
of illness I ncS heard the front door bell bel ring ringShe ringShe ringShe
She paid no attention atention however and went wentto wentto wentto
to sleep At 830 she was awakened nwakenr by a anoise anoise anoise
noise in i the room rom and saw 81 a man standing standingat
I at her hil dresser drcSor She screamed Blened for help helpand helpland helpand
land and tho man who seemed > greatly excited excitedran excied exciedran
ran from tho house houseDr hOUe hOUeDr houseDr
Dr Thomas Thomal 0 Baker principal prnlpal of Public PublicSchool Publo PubloShool PublicSchool
School Shool 128 12 a nextdoor nextdor neighbor nolhbr was wasaroused WMaroud wasaroused
aroused aroud by the cries of Miss MI Berry Bry and andsummoned andlIummoned andsummoned
summoned the police plc by telephone telephoneThe
The burglar burgla had entered entred by b forcing a awindow awidow awindow
window widow on 01 the ground floor flor Every Ever bed bodroom bd bdroom bedroom
room In the house hQ had be btn been m ransacked ransackedThe ransaked ransakedThe
The contents cntentl of drawers drlweN closets cl0etl and lId boxes boxeswere boxeswere boxeswere
were scattered ttred over ove the floors It It Is i believed believedin bleved blevedIn
in a I vain yal search sarh for the large collection collectiontaken coletIon coletIontaken coliectiontaken
taken at the church In the morning mornig A Adiamond A Adiamond
diamond diaond ring a gold pold watch and 13 in incash inolh incash
cash olh were rng taken takEn from Miss MI Berrys Del room roombut roombut roombut
I but the collection oolecton which was wa in Mr Berrys Berrysdesk DerY1 DerY1I Berrysdek
desk deAki in the dining diing room room WM wa undisturbed undisturbedThe unditurbed unditurbedThe
I The handsome hndilome silver siver communion service serviceof lrlo
of the church kept by h Mr Berry escaped escapedonly eilcpd eilcpdonl escapedonly
only onl because IlnuBe the burglar did not have hae time timeto timeto timeto
to pack it up upThe lP upThe
The robbery roblry has caused considerable considerableexcitement considerableexciement considerableexcitement
excitement exciement In church circles circle In Benson Bensonhurst Bn Bensonhurst
hurst because its Is affairs afarll aro known moO only onlyto onlyto
to those connected connrtld with the church Chari Charities Cal Calties Chanities ¬
ties Commissioner Commisioner Tealo Tlalo and many of th thleading the thelearilng theleading
learilng leading residents residenl of Bensonhurst Densonhurt are mem members membof mernhors ¬
hors of the church churchMAJOR churchUJOI churchMAJOR
Overtook a Wagon ason Which llcl Had d Knocked KnockedDown Knockt Unoekedlown
Down 101 a Negro NegroDeputy N elro elroDeputy egreDeputy
Deputy Police Polce Commissioner Ebctein Ebcteinwon Ebfteln EbftelnWRl
won walking walklngalongUnion along Union Square Squre at Fifteenth Fifteenthftreot Fitenth Fifteenthetreet
ftreot freet yesterday cfteray afternoon artel00n when whln a news newspaper newspaper nowspaper ¬
driven Lawrence LawrenceHuttell LawrenceRuttell
paper delivery delvery wagon by Lwrenc
Huttell Rutel of 22 Rector Retor street ftreet knocked down downLouis downLul downLouis
Louis Lul Burke a negro who was crossing crossingFourth crOslng crOslngFourh crossingFourth
Fourth Fourh avenue Ruttcll Rutel didnt stop after afterknocking afterknoklnp afterknocking
knocking knoklnp Burke down downCommiffiioner downCommlfIoner downCommissioner
Commissioner Ebsteln Ehftein ran after him himand himand himand
and overtook overook the rig rg at Sixteenth Sixtenth Sixtoentlistreet Sixtoentlistreetwhere street streetwhere Itrt
where Policeman Polceman Hughes lughl of the Eo Et EtTwtntypecond East EastTwentysecond t tTwentyfocond
Twentyfocond street ltrNt station ftatlon came to his hisassistance hil hisassIstance
assistance a and took Ruttell RuteJ to the station stationhoufo stationhouse
house hOlhO Severn Soerl of Burkes ribs were broken brokenHo brokcnHo brokenHo
Ho refused n fused to go to the hospital hOplal and ad was wastaken Wi wastaken
taken to his home at 320 West Wet Fortieth FortiethThe Fortiethftreet Fortiethstreet
ftreet street
The Te Dominie Played Pla Good Goo Ball BallThe Dl DaliThe
The Rev Rv William Wiiam H Boooock Bcock pastor pastr of ofthe orthe ofthe
the First Fllt Reformed nrormed Church Bayonne Bayonneyesterday Byonne Byonneyesterda Bayonneyesterday
yesterday played playe first tlrt base bs in a baseball baseballgame bbl baseballgame
game game between btWlCn two teams made up of mem memdomlnte members memhers
hers of th the Young Men Mens Dble Bible CIB Class The Thedominie ThedonuInie
dominie played an errorless erorleM game stopped stoppedgrounders etppd etppdRroudelll stoppedgrounders
grounders Rroudelll threw thrw accurately aourtely and was wasscore WShandy washandy
handy wih wttu the 1101 willow 118 Ills side won bY by a ascre ascore
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A New Novel by the Author of ofTHE ojTHE ofTHE
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THIS HIS charming novel full ful of the sunny philosophy phio ophy which whichmade whih whihmade whichmade
THIS T made the authors earlier earler book bk so irresistible irresistble takes its itstitle itstte itstitle
title tte from the Indian name for the dwellers dweler on Manhattan Manhattana Manhatln Manhatlna
a word meaning literally lerly People PlOp I ofthe oj the Whirlpool in reference referenceto
to the rushing waters of Hell Hel Gate It I is a study of modern modernNew moer modernNew
New York society sciety from the vantage vanage point pint of a commuters comm ters wife wifewhose wifewhos wifewhose
whose whos own excursions e urion into the city cty are supplemented by her herobservations herobsrations herobservations
observations obsrations of the summer colony on the Bluff Bluf Its narrator narratoris
is the same delightful delghtful Barbara and nd its setting seting in the main that thatof thatI thatof
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PECK PECKEditor There Tere is an undeniable power pwer in it that dominates dominatesyou j 1 1you i ip
p you for the time tme timeand and makes you think of the power powerwhich pw poWerEditor r rEdito
Editor Editorofthe Edito which Charlotte Bronte shows in the most memora memorable mem nlemOraof ra raof ¬
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3130 3130CHARLES 10 10CHARLES II t t
It Will 1 B D Do Under Way Within a Year er Lonli LonliStern Loul LonipStern
Stern Smya SfManler SaysManager M nster Sought SouclitPlans SoulbtPln SoughtPlans
Pln Plans which have been bn ranking makig for two twoyears twoytrs twoyears
years have been bn completed for the eetab eetabliahment etab etablshment establishment
liahment lshment of a protectory proteor for delinquent delinquentJewleb delinquentJewih delinquentJewish
Jewish Jewih children ohldren and a committee cmmtt has ha been beenappointed bn bnappite beenappointed
appointed appite to look lok for a suitable man mn to tomanage tomaale tomanage
manage maale the new Institution Instuton A site han hannot hA hAnot hasnot
not yet been bn selected soleted but several Ievrl all allwithin Il allwithin
within wihin easy eY reach of the city cty are a under underconsideration underconsideraton underconsideratIon
consideration consideraton The Itep step tep has long log been beenconsidered bn bncnsidere beenconsidered
considered cnsidere necetnary neeHary to separate the thevicious thevicious lie lievicious
vicious characters charactsr In Jewish eparate Institutions Inxtitutlonsfrom 10tituton Institutionsfrom
from others who might be b contaminated contaminatedThe contaminate I
The Te new protectory proteory will 11 be under uder way waywithin waywithin waywithin
within a year ye said Louie Luis Stem president presidentof p ldent ldentof
of the Hebrew lebrw Orphan Orhan Asylum A ylum yesterday yecterdayWhatever yesterdayWhatever etenay etenayWateer
Whatever Wateer money IB l required reulr for the th under undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
taking will wi be b forthcoming forhcm As yet ye we 18 have haveno 1e 1eno haveno
no idea Ide of what the coat Ct will wi bo 0 nor where wherewe wherewe her
we e will 11 locate lote The he most moE mportant mporant thing thingwe thingII
we II have to t deal with now in II to find a rap rapable rapsbll capable
able man ma to head hea the thenew new institution In tlutlon When Whenwe Whene Whenwe
we e have found foud the man ma then we will wi be in a aposition apllon aposition
position to proceed with the work The Tholiifititution Thllilttuton Theinstitution
pllon one institution lilttuton will pro 1 bo b purely purly a correctional correctionalDICKEY cortonal cortonalone correctionalone
T To National Naton1 Convention ConnatDn That t Will 1 Nom Nominate NmInate Nommate ¬
inate noettvell noettvellSrrucusKMajr nOMeel footeeliSrnacvaxMay
SrrucusKMajr S14CUIJ MaT 6 5Rlr 6Railroad Railroad Commission Commixnlonera Cmmh lon lonelllFrak
era elllFrak Frank M Baker Baer of Owego OweloandJ0ph and Joseph M MDickey lr lrDlck MDickey
Dickey Dlck > y of Newburgh were er in town tOl today todayand todayand today1and
and both were positive pitive that there would b bno be beno beno
no rumpus rumpul In the Republican Republcn party partyI paty patyI
I am a Railroad Rirod Commissioner Cmmwloner declared declaredMr delare declaredMr
Mr Commissioner CommissionerCapt Commlloner CommllonerCpt CommissionerCapt I Baker Bker and expect ept to remain rraln Railroad RailroadCommissioner Rlroad RlroadCommlloner RailroadCommissioner
Capt Cpt DIokey said There will wi be no notrouble 0 notrouble
trouble from which the Democrat Dlmocratl may
benefit bneft The next neJ State Convention will willname willname 11
name four delegated delltO at large to the t hI National NationalConvention NatioMIonvntlon NationalConvention
Convention to nominate nomlnatt Roosevelt J eIt Semis Senator 8la 8lalor Semisior ¬
tor Platt jrlll J1 riil be h one Senator Snalor Depew DePw an another another another ¬
other Oov Odell Odel will 111 go and Ind the Ih fourth fourththus rouMhmay fourthmay
may n Frank 8 Black New Yor York wi will willthus
thus thll send Nnd a strong Itron delegation to honor honorRoosevelt honorIOvelt honorRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltThe IOvelt IOveltThe RooseveltThe
The commissioners commaloneN were here to hoar hoaran hOr hOran hearan
an application applotlon for the abandonment abdonnt of ofStile ofStlle ofStiles
Stile Stlle Station 81tloo
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The TheLand Land of Joy JoyREADY JQYREADY JoyREADY
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for the Sorlallsti SorlallstiHELENA 8nrlalhtHEL 4Jj 4JjHELrNA
HELENA HEL Mon May 5 5Anacnda 5Anaconda Anaconda has ha a adouble adouble adouble
double net t of city ciy officer om l and ad annelther a nflther will willyield wl willyield
yield yeld matters mat rs will wl probably prbbly have to be b set oettled lt ltte settied
tied te by the courts Curt5 At a recent rent municipal municipalelection municpl municpleletion municIpalelection
election eletion the Socialists Solalst elected theentire theentireticket th hf entre entreticket entire entireticket
ticket but on I they failed falld toqualify within withinton wthn wthntln withinten
ton tln days thereafter llPreaCer as required rcqulre by law lawthe lw lwthe lawthe
the Republican Rlpublcnf Incumbents Ilcmhnt refused rerldto to step stepout stepout tep tepout
out when hcn the Socialists 80cla11t8 presented preflwd them thempelveH tem tem1e themselves
selves 1e at tho City ct Hall Hal last 18t nightlo night to take takechnrgo tko tkochMge takecharge
charge of the city clt government governmentThe gorerrmmentthe
jovernmenl jovernmenlhe
The the he Socialists Socalt held a niwtlng Dftllg in another anotherroom anotherroom anotherroom
room nnd Id declared drdnr the acUof act or the th Repub Republican RlpuhItn Bepublican ¬
lican Itn holdovers holdoel invalfd invalfdThis tna InvalrdThis ri riThl
This Is II the flr tlN first t llmo 1mI tim tlie lie S MocialIst > omliti IP hare hareelected hAP hAPeectM hiveelected
and andthey andthey andthey
elected municipal municpl officers Oflfl in ii Montana llnlarll
they are ar being hlng made madf tho 111 tit IniiRliini IRIJhinl stock of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the thf State for their failure rnlum lo qualify fjIllh fjIllhTho qualifyTue iimllfyTho
Tho Sttl Republican RIPlhlcan Council C Jlcl will 1 elect Itd a Mayor Mayorfrom Mnyorfrom Mayorfrom
ing Int from among its i members 1tlbrs at iu I next 1t meet meeting rll rllInt morelIng ¬
Rearrh lrrch for Nrgro rgro and ald niiltr hlr UL ULPEBKBKIU l1 l1PEEKSKILI irLPaatcsiri
PEBKBKIU May 11 0Hudwin 6Jlldln Hudson River IYlr police policehave polleehave
have been bl notified notltlld to ho on 01 tho I lookout lookou p for forArthur lorArthur forArthur
Arthur Hamilton a iicRro and Em El Emnirt EmnirtDyers a aByers
w Dyers Dyr white Hamiton hlte aged aga 15 s nlr Doth Dth liv 1n live to i Cartk C Cotticw
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