OCR Interpretation


The sun. (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, September 15, 1903, Image 2

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1903-09-15/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

1 I ITHE
THE SUN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER IS 1 1903
STiLLWAITING STILL uiLWAITiG WAITING FOR F R TAMMANY TAMMANYIIHOOKLIX TAMMANYIIlUmIII TAMMANYIIUUHIhI1
IIHOOKLIX X MAY 0 Xtt XttIll XOT OT SIIIMi SIIIMiJI SIE4KilL
Ill JI ilLJ I nT < 0V T1O HAY HAYMrLaiichlln 1M L LhIQIIIhltn
J MrLaiichlln lloallrs nClIlt Ilcali That h l L Iu In I a ar < rrat rratVole rllItnil
r Vole nil 4 Jrinr III lilnm oiinty ollnl ounyr ami amiantH anllanlM
r antH a Man llIn llraUrr 11111 hr Than ThflIn MHl Mcf lfllan lfllant llan llanIn
t In 11111 Carry arn arr the Ih County ounl Ticket TIckHHugh TlttI
I Hugh III1 I Ii igi h MiUiuiililln IJalj II tItg IUI I ii tu the t h Iit veteran Itrun chieftain chieftainnf ehlllalnLi
Li I nf f Hi Kings 1IIj Cunty C IUlly uiity Democracy Omoray since sincebis 4nc 4nctF 11C 11Cif
tF bis III I IM return rlul ni i ri i from fro the Ih t It country rOlnlry roti Ut ry a couple couplE of ofweeks ofw ofwiks
if weeks w kl UK I gi IIIIH Itcen h1 deeply engrossed pngrHd in inthe Int ini
t i I the thl politicnl poltial IlOlit j1 icil game jlnl for control of the th ho ad administration adIllnilrullon adV ¬
V ministration Illnilrullon i ni n 1st rat ion of the Ihl I hi Irenter 11111 New e York Yorkns Yorkt
t ns n well w1 ns I in il the Ill fight nlhl for the th redemption redemptionof rldpmpllol rldpmpllolof
of his hi own bailiwick hallwiek from the tht control of ofthe oft oflit
t the I he lit fusion fuiol combination comhinll corfliIlOt ion which scored Iond Iondt a acomplete aCOtflikt
t complete victory itor over oWr o r his ll forces fore in il itt 11WI 11WIIt lOt lOtI 1901It
It I linn hl leon 111 his hi custom 1lom to spend lpnd from froU seven sevenlo Vfl VflI en enj
j I lo o eight djhl iglit hours hOlrt In rs daily daiy CIiI I I at lt his hil headquarters headquartersin hndqlllhrH hndqlllhrHI IIPrH IIPrHiii
I in II the Willoughby Wlou hhy Street S reet Auction Rooms Roomsdispensing Roomt RoomtI Rcotnilifl1flg
dispensing political pollical wisdom to his hil faithful faithfullieutenants flithful flithfult faithfulI
t dlJnin lieutenants 1tltlllt I htittizi nt and nd learning IIrning Iit ro log from them thlm them the theIxnct thet t lu luac
t I Ixnct Ixal ac condition cOlel1 rIit ion of affairs analr in the th various variousAxKombly vnr1oislitricts orloll orlollI
AxKombly AHrlllr districts districtsYesterday di litrictsYost lrkll
Yesterday YIrlarwa Yost rday wax wa the t ho first fr 1 daysmen daYlinc day sinco he wound woundup woundlp woundUI
I up lp UI his vacation varat aton ion that he h deserted dfsortld the auction auctionrooms oucton auctionI
1 t rooms Ioom OI < after afI a t brief IriPf visit i iit lt in the ho forenoon forenoontho forenoonr
r I I tho I h hot weather walllr getting get eltn ting thn I ho Ixet I I of the theaged th thI t he heI
I aged 1 td statesmans lahHlall political policl ardor Irdol He re remained Ie IeJ ietuaincd ¬
J mained maiJd however howlvlr long lonj enough Iloljh nt II his post postto pOBII postto
to hold brief hrle conferences lonflren with James Jamet Shov ShovIln HhevJ
J i I Iln 11 who got 01 back IJcl from Saratoga Haralo a in the thomorning thl thlmornil themorning
morning mornil Senator Patrick H McCarren McCarrenexPoJjw MeCarrent lcCaren lcCarenI
I exPoJjw Commissioner Bernard rnard J York Yorknnd YorkI
t I nod fxpoJrt nnell u few flw other olhfr of the leading leldln Democratic Democraticstatesmen ltlocrntc ltlocrntcf IemoeratlcI
I I statesmen Ilall8len of the t rjortuigh rjortuighMr QughI rugh rughMr
f Mr II McLaughlinMPclined el URhlnelrdine to make makl ary aryfurther nryJ aryI
I further fin her comments eOlllentt on Oi tho t 113 political poltical pout lea situntion situntionexcept situflt ilUlliol ilUllioli ion ionI
i I I except to soy sa that nothing nothlnp had been ietor ietoriiMMlupaulttreKard t3eerto Ut I Iajll
iiMMlupaulttreKard ajll to the solution of ofth oft
J 1 th t o < i AIa ypriity > rllt problem woblel and Ind that in his hisopijitpri hisi hisopb
i opijitpri oIp1br opb UK t 1 ucifttion I tion would be left open openuntil opn opnI opent
t until jMI the mooting letn of tho City Cil Convention ConventionAH
I AH Al the th assistant managers rOlallJH echoed eehOd Mr MrMclaughlins MrI 11 11Mclughlns
f I Mclaughlins Mclughlns views vin although aihouRh most of ofthem ofI ofthem
them I iumilted wlmltcd that nIl the ho nomination nominaton 01 01Congressman 01ongre88lan otI
I Congressman ongre88lan George Oeor t B McClellan Ic < lelln seemed seemedthe seemedlholot seemedI
I I the lholot t hoxaot most likely Iklly move mon on the political polllcal chess chessboard ehsst dteshard ¬
board boardMrV fM d dd
d t 1 MrV Mr t McLaughlln fcIuphln is I still Htll til1 opposed to the thehoicQ thei
U i e hoicQ qlt of r rtio young oung Congressman to head headftib headi I
i ftib H t cfty i1yticket ly ticket and will wl apparently opparent con continue conI ¬
I tinue his w hi efforts orts to prevent it not OH Q a he helias hehai I
t lias frequently freueoty said on account acount of any anypersonal anyproal anyperMoilal
personal proal disllko dill for Mr II McClellan IcClelan or any anyapprehension anyi anyapprehenFlon
i apprehension that he would he defeated defeatedby defeoledhy defeatedtsy
by Mayor MayorLOw 1yor Low or orany any other candidate the thefueionists theI thefliofliSt
fueionists rUllOIIsl1 could put put up t1 but because bEcauFe of his hisIxslief hi hisi
II 11 i I Ixslief IJIEI that that a stronger candidate cand I date can bo boiMtnwd beI
I iMtnwd jIltrAedAssuming iMtnwdAssuming od ods5umlng
Assuming that Mayor Low is il to be the theopposing theI thepposing
opposing candidate eadldatt Mr II McLaughlin McLaughllnrealizes McLaughlinTealizes IcLughln IcLughlnralZs
I realizes ralZs that Brooklyn lrooklyn is II to be the political politicalialtleground pollical pollicalil political4attlegrouod
ialtleground il te round and that under the most mostfavorable mostflvoblo mostfnyoeblo
favorable flvoblo oircumstances oircumslaeR he will wi have a aliard aliard ahard
liard > joi joh > to eject eec his hil county ticket I which whichtills whichtills
tills 18 year yea in II a most mOlt important one 01 com coml cornVIIItin or orJU
l JU VIIItin > niing sing candidates candidatel for District DIslrct Attorney AttorneyHherin Alomey Alomeyl Attorrie Attorrieurifl
and Clerk ClerkfsntlaoJied Clerkto Ocr Ocrto
l Hherin herl urifl County Cunty Register ad County
to fRch ach of which ofes offices luch ranch patronage palronageiRtt patronageLitl41P4
fsntlaoJied iRtt dIIM Mr McLaughlin McLughln is 11 also al8 very veryanxious veryanxious veryanxious
anxious to elect a Democrat on the Su SuilcaW 8uy Muprrne
prrne Court bnch bench as a successor 10 Jus JuslctY ltis1tctLY
y ilcaW prn1e lctY W V Qoodrich Oood ih and allalho although h seven sevenVjtlifiT sevent1ur Ien IentJf1
VjtlifiT t1ur r counties an ar r involved Involld In this tils contest contestthe cntlMt cntlMtth contesttlu
tJf1 the th result rp untA lt as a > usual ulual will vi l he > e determined dltermi d by bythe hyi byth
i the 1 th votrt vot in Kings county unty It I is concededly concededlyfrir concededlyflJtI concededly1rirthaespeciai
1rirthaespeciai frir flJtI nt6 tK a MtpeoiaT Klnfl il reasons leoeoDttbat rea800wtbat that Mr II McLatigh McLatighI leIlugh leIlughI
I in contenil Inllnd that the wishes of the Brooklyn Brooklynorganization Brooklynorganization roklvn roklvnorguni7110n
organization orguni7110n should lhouJr be bf consulted cmmlNI in the thecrisis thl theri
crisis tJ ri nnd an that not only in the choice of a aofltiilfdHlofor ai acndildhtft
i ofltiilfdHlofor cIIIldllf cndildhtft for Mayor hut also for Comp Comptroller Comptollr omp omptroltii ¬
troller the Tammany managers should shoulduka Hhoulrli
tollr manalers
i uka lkp no stepwhicb stp whlch would play into the thohands thehluJ theh1nLd
hands hluJ of the thefl810n fusion forces forCR in Brooklyn BrooklynIr BrooklynJr BrooklynMcj1Ltlg111i7I
think that tho thoVrwiilt theM
Ir MeLaughlin McLa hll does dOPI not
M 1 Vrwiilt 111 Tif the th Mayoralty fight flht two years yearsnuwi year yearI yearsI
I nuwi h iig when bn Low scored lored the phenomenal phenomenalpblrnlitynfnearJy phenom phenomenalI nal nalpbltnItfneary
I I pblrnlitynfnearJy pbltnItfneary 2600 2 > against ngalt Edward EdwardM Ed wlrd wlrdj
j M SUepard is It any om valid vald argument arlun1nt against againstIlls
Ills 1 Iii present stand Ilnnd on the thl Mayoralty Inrorl tines cpjcstion tinesttoii ll R Rlion
lion Jretnt T rt Is hian isan an open o > n secret fcret in I the Ihl organisation organisationihnt Orlal7lllon Orlal7lllonfll organisationHiM
HiM fll l from the lhl start Ilart Mr McLaughlin IcLulhln doubted doubtedlha douhl1t doubtedthe
t the policy fit if nominating nomlnalmp Mr II Shepard Shepard in inthat inthnt inthat
that thI11 campaign talpai tII1ttLign n and he still tl believes lllel Hint Hint1C Ihntr
r g 1C ho could havo had ane his hi way wa and had Bird BirdyC Hnl HnlI Birds
yC s J J lo eler cOlie ler I r nominated nmj1d the thl result rul would otihL ul1 have havetirVitlrtuch haveBeirtritwth
I tirVitlrtuch r loss 1fI1 disastrous disastrousA di ltroIL ltroILlo
1 lt rch
A 4 close lo friend of tf Mr II McLaughlin Ielaulhln said saida saidnatnight
natnight natnightMr
i 1nFnlghh 1nFnlghhil
il a Mr If MvLaiighlin Ianlln has IUli so 10 far maim no nojomaud n notJenud
jomaud lfJa ud on the Tammany Tammny managers manler In Infavor Int infavor
t favor ra VOl of any any Brooklyn man for any nm place placoon
i I on fl thft IhP cilv ei cit y ticket or indeed indl > in favor f mr of ofany ofi ofany
i any nnv man mln from any an of the other boroughs boroughsWnal horou boroughsWhat hl
What Whl1 hn I has ha iinked ulk1 for is i simply a careful carefulAionsideratiotl careul careuloOIHlr carefulvoiislcfrratioii
oOIHlr Aionsideratiotl fatl1 of nl the he relative relallvl strength lrlnplh and andavailability Iml Imlf andavailability
f availability of the various mrouA men III who have havel haVAI baseli6i
alilhit
l li6i > oen tnidor rIlonldorallon consideration nnd who must mustil mh rillistup < t tr
lu I > up tJ l tth Il il rorluired standard Itandord for the high highMclaughlin 11Ih 11Ihoft highotYIte
r otYIte Mr Mclaughlin r111rf Ie URhll contends that the themter t theInterSets hI hIi
i < oft mter InterSets ntHtttlot wtn not only onlyof of the Democracy DfJcrc of the theGreater tll tireUreaterNtw
Greater Orlller UreaterNtw New Nlw York hut hit also of the Ihoorlli IhoorlliAtiO organi organization organiLttlOtr ¬
zation AtiO in il eitch 1ch of tlw II t he boroughs horOllhH should thollc siror rid bo booiisiiltod 1 to totntSIIitNi n nlt
oiisiiltod lt I I I before hlfon a final fnal determination dlterllnalion is isMenobed 11 11I isrtiohed
Menobed MenobedH rtiohedtiie
< tiie > H I Is i of courso COlrfO deeply intorestoxl Intlrr in incarrying InI incarrying
I carrying crryllg his hi own OWI local 10 alllckt ticket and therefore thereforewanifto IhNrforpwanlI tlrrreforowantto
wanifto wanlI Jiavei Ila bav as al the ih candidate caleldatf for Mayor MayorthovoryMronKesI tlayorthe Ioor Ioort
thovoryMronKesI t the ho VorY yeryironges rnrel man 111 who can bo bl selected selectedHe IPIif1 slectetlup
He 11 n 11 ns well WlluR as all aUlhe the district leaders 11111 well wellknows wll wellknows
knows knowl from frol noHt In att > t experience experiln n that Mr 11 Low LowIs IwI Lowis
voVn in Brooklyn and nndll1 and1tion
Is I a great vno gatherer ant
Ii i 1tion ll1 on Inil this thl account a unt that he is II making maldn his hispiwent hl hlI hist
t piwent nisent ent fighir fighirThe flhl flhlTbr fight fightFhe
I The Brociklvu BrOklnl IWzn ititvn tho organ orgll of the thnWilloughby thei tireiiIuugh1y
I Willoughby Street Strlct St reet machine lchiw thus thul voiced voicedJIrSIcLaiighlinrt solcedMr oicd oicdlr1IL
i Wlolghh JIrSIcLaiighlinrt Mr lr1IL lhll views vlwl yesterday yesterdayDefnocratic Yl yesterdayfle trdav trdavDpl
Defnocratic Dpl rocratic o < ratc loaders leadl who think it i enough enoughtosiv enoughtst 111 h hr
tosiv tst r of acandidate rrIII lrl that he hI can l al Iw h relied reliedifpniifb 11111 11111I relie4icpnii
I ifpniifb lpOI icpnii Ib ft carrj1 lr the Ihl oily fy do not pak to 10 the thefrmlrt IheI tIrerni4ri
I frmlrt t polnf lJint Nbt tt the th more me 11 carrying of the thonn Ihecty thecIty
cIty hurt mt the r1Tylnl carrying of It hy nn over ovorhelmlrlg 011 overwheithlrI
cty wheithlrI helmlrlg philrg majority majoriy in I the thp point point lo which whichleaders wIMhIpldprf whichIaders
leaders Ipldprf worthy of the Ihl name nlle must address odilrossthemselves ac addressthehuphes < rlF
r themselves Ihli IIIt us lt s Mr1 MoLailghlin ICIallghln the Ih leader leaderof Iladlr Iladlrnf
of the Ihl Kings Klr County nt r Democracy nmoercv is I doing doingIt dolnI
It is i not Mr II McLnughliris lcIu hlnt intention inllnllon to tohead loI tohead
I head the Ihf t Ire Brooklyn delegation to the Ihl City CityConvention it itConvent
I Convention Cnveltion Convent ion but circumstances rirClmlu it in I said saidmay Ialr Ialrmn sakut ilr
ut may mn possibly nriw ar nrb during dlrln the next Ipxt two twoweeks twor twoa
r weeks wfk a peks to tl tt make lako him change chnl his hil purpose purposeIt plrpolo plrpoloI
It I was wa his hil desire dlir lust Edward M Shepnrd Shepnrdwho Hhpnnlwho Mhepnrriwho
who is i now one 01 of Mr 11 MoLiiughlinVi IeLIIhlnt neigh neighbors Ililh Ililhhor ¬
bors ittri s should head the Ih delegation dle delegat ut iOI ion from tire tlioFirst Ihl tiref
f 1 First Assembly Ar4t4Iflbl tmhly district e 11 rllt but hiI yesterday Ylfrdoy Mr MrShovliu MrShevl 1
Shovliu Rhvll Shevl iii announced UIIIUId a nut rUIfl I Hint I Ira I Mr 11 1 r Shepard Hhfparr Shepa rn had haddeclined hlrl hlrlf haildeclined
f declined llclnlr to be a dolegnto dllplftp to th tl II fonvcntion fonvcntionThe ennsint onwnlon onwnlonTh Ion IonTill
The Th honor hlnor of If bonding hlldln the t Ire list IHI of delegates delegatesfrom rllljalfI rllljalfIi ulelegatesfront
i from fro 1 Brooklyn BrolklYI is I b to t o go jO to Assistant Asitnlt District DistrictAttorney DIItrlct DIItrlctAtrlv iirtrictAttorney
Attorney Atrlv Mart fr in D 1 Llttlwton LIIIlln the th Kilver Kilvertdiigued iIvtrtorugurerl
tdiigued t In > led rla iralnrof I I of the I hI Klngf Ilnl County llnl ontv v Dernoe Dernoernov Dro Drot fprineroer
t rnov rnlI who put Kdwnrd M 1 Shepard in nomi nomination Ilomif ronrirnt ¬
f nation latiln rnt ion two t wo yarn Y1 as ago agoATtlllti agoIlIT1I j0 j0IU
IU IlIT1I ATtlllti TII I MM XIII4RK mrr Altli FLOATERS FLOATERSe no1 nII nIIf TEllS TEllSark
f > e rarl ark < Iollcc 11111 Will 1 IIl Try 11 Tr in lieep lrrll hee Them ThemProm Thll ThemFriuni
Prom Irom Coming C omll uIuig Here 111 to Oppose IIIIIOFI ppost Hopper HopperChief IBllplr IBllplrhhf hopperI
Chief I hhf of Pollen PolIo Hopper lol > plr of Newark pwlrk will willdo wil wildl willtin
do what hal lie h Ie to the Ih usual
dl can < al arr prevent 1t1 gang gangof gangof nng nngI
I of floater foatn tIort rt < from thit Ilt t Iitt city ejt y from frm corning corningbore rornluigher mnll
bore her lo t 0 vole 01 P nt r1 Mm tll t Ii primaries I rirntries today I oda y He Helinn lp lphnl I le leIrntt
linn hnl received IIpilrd n telegram 111 rr from Peter Prtlr A Allondriok A1IlliI AI
llondriok 1IlliI I i haltman hIIII 1 of the thl t lit Tajmnany TajmnanyHull TamanyIlnl lLrtrrranyI
Hull Ilnl I I ii ii general gnllll gnerru I committee lolnlll trtutt or it t ns a 4 follows followsWe folow folowWt fol lows lowss
We s po < s information Infnlmatl that n uniiif IMI nj njreppritcrs nJI ojII
reppritcrs I O 10 has lll II < boon 1 nraanlod nrlall in il illI NVwark NVwarklo Sfrl
lo II I it bo I bronchi Iroluhl here h htr and iwI voted BId III II opposition oppositionin > 11llol
in II Isaac I A Hopper loPIr at II the th primary prllilr election electionon 111101
on Oi Tuesday TI I irertrv dIY next I I havo hl i inferred 11 f 11 1 with withInspector withortrirrlrt ih ihIIHIOor
Inspector IIHIOor CnrtriKht folrilhl and IIHI ruin we will 1 have ha p his hisroopritloii hi hif hIMii
f roopritloii Iprilol iii II ii enforclni the t t I election Iton Ion laws lawsThe lal lalj 11 11I
j The 11 I Iii immhors 11IPIH of if r the Ih u Ii anir II1 will 11 hr 1 > arresjcd arresjcdin nrrI1 a rrstd rrstdoil
11 oil in Kiuht Ihlhl I lulvisM Ilj you YOI nnd Ild ask Hk lhlt liny ril jilt jiltInforrri
lufnnnalimi Ilfnllllnl Inforrri uitii von l iiiiv 111 IPI V receive lie I coiiilillinf coiiilillinfcilcd 011111 nr1rIrutrr nr1rIrutrrvIti
cilcd 111 to II ln pctir Cortriuht Iotrilhl C rt rurlit at t Police 10111 llead lleadiiiiltTS 111 Iiitit
1 r iiiiltTS 1IIItr hunt tr Ileis 11 Ill niiike 1111 tirriI this Ihl t his public publice plhlr plhlrt
t f 11tpf t hiiif loppr edul Iel pordIY 3 4touthty t lint 1 vlrib vlribt hil
t IHal I trrit e A Hopper 1lpI I i i > ti wiisn 1 we s 1 0 rlal relative iv I vi If of < > f hin hinnotbiin hi Ii Is I h 1 re reas
11 as > notbiin 10tl111 personal prolal In Hi u It mutte mutteof 1111 111 111I tintI tintIh
h ° svourli I Iii irturrost t to frnt h It
I wOII1 dl II lt 1t 0 fll rltl rate t nilt altos altosr
of r tho th t repeal rlpt11 rlpt11II reIr4rttft1I Im ImIt
It I t is I well wIl known Imowl It ito Ii in il It t Newark wllk tip I I I il i hns hn I ins
been I In a custom CIt lst om fOr flI a I lot of f heelers tin I I itt 1 horn hornsport horl lrorusports
sport polt trial nld petty 11 ptt larceny 1I IhinvoM Ihi t to o come comehere 101 nttrohors
here I r year YII after Ifr rift r year Y > ar r on ii II primary rinary nights nightsnnd nijllt urightstiuui
nnd IIHllo to I 0 return 11111 ret In nt Il tt midnight 111111 1irist buiiHtful IRtll furl full 111 of ofrum ofruuuui If
rum 111 arid Ild fluili fl1 with wlh wit It money 101y One i of II the theiiMnt Ihl t Ire IreIurntt
iiMnt 11 conspicuous oocitMoim orIHillt s utsjins wiin ll tho I hn night nightwhen IIRhl IIRhlwh1 oh Itt Ittwhtut
when wh1 Ili 1 Itug Hill Bl Uevcry Ur Was wu slriigitliiig 7oi 7oiropioBoiiiiitimi f1 or orlout
ropioBoiiiiitimi nIll 1111 JOI lout hi II Tnmiminy TammllY lrujHcllg Hall lal They Tllv tiro tirotruuiiu
inaile 111 no 10 wcret irt 1 of uf the III t hi mlmicm 11 > lnn HIHV Ill hail Itudit
t been on ni oh nt llutl 1 lots lime Ihl Ito nnd Hlrl the IJ tin gang Is IIrd1 wild wildjo sftllt
jo 10 t luive hl Iru inimborid 111110 fully fulv fifty tlfy 111 under mllr the tl I lit
leadership Ieutiorii tj of two twt t w ward 11111lllnrH ei r I lenders lors In II Newark NiwnrkV
V They 11lY cairo 110 4flj over 11 by IWOM 1 WO wo and threes Ihr 1 bu buw bUI bUIwent I
4 w went nt boiftu In a I body Ioy I
NO MO O MERCHANT MERCHANTwho
I who values value the im imiression imeresion imaression
aression iression created by his hisL3rinfed hisPrnte his1rinfed
L3rinfed Prnte eresion Matter Mater can afford affordNOT affordNOT affordNOT
NOT to deal with The TheCHELTENHAM TheCHELTENHAM TheCHELTENHAM
CHELTENHAM CHELTENHAMPress CHELTENHAMPre
Press Pre
150 I 50 Fifth Fifh Avenue AvenueSouthwell Aveue AveueSouhwel AvenueSouthweit
Southwell Souhwel Corner Com Twentieth TweDdh Street StreetCITS Stel StelCTS StreetOIls
OIls CTS IN COUNTY CONVENTION CONVENTIONAIIOIT CONVENTIONOIInEWI
AIIOIT t COFEREE o FIRLf COMMIT COMMITTEES OU1UT1ElS OMllI T T1Es ¬
TEES AXI n AIMOlRS AIMOlRSOne tltR tltROnl IDJOtRXOne
One Onl Orator Likens Lktls the Mayor 11or to s Cold ColdChisel ohl ohlhI8t120 oltiIiiscl20
Chisel hI8t120 Iiiscl20 2O Second Heolt of fhrerlna blrll hecrIn for forLow rorIow or orLow
Low 111 I for Jerome JeronteCItizen rolltIUztII Clllzent Enter tnlonMust EnterIust llon llonlllt
Must lllt Sacrltlin Sacrlll Some of the Offices Officesi omlt omltMayor tTtcc tTtcct
i Mayor Low was wa likened lkened to n coldchisel coldchiselby
by one of the speakers fpekerl at the borough and andcounty andcounly andcounty
county conventions conventons of the Citizens Union Unionlast Unionlast Unionlast
last night night Ho 10 was applauded npplaudee too tooOfficial tooOfficial
Official Ofcal timers caught ught the duration of tho thohandclapplng thohandcapplng theIrandelapping
handclapplng handcapplng at twenty seconds soeolcs and re reported repOltl1 reported ¬
ported pOltl1 with wih a smack fmack of exultation oXlllotion that ttje ttjeapplause Ile tteapplause
applause opplauH for District Attorney Atorey Jerome ran ranonly rln rlnouly ranonly
only sixteen seconds feconds Unofficial Unofcal timers timerssaid timersaid timerssaid
said that they broke about even and ane that thatR thatn thatIt
R Fulton fllton Cutting Cultln styled ttyled by one speaker speakerthe
the most unselfish unselfsh New ew Yorker got more morethan morethan morethan
than the two of them put together togetherThe togetherrIte I IThe
The conventions conveltons wore wer held In Cooper CooperUnion CooperVnlon CooperUnion
Union tho borough first frst and the county countyafterward cunty cuntyaferward countyafterward
afterward aferward For or all al practical prcicl purposes purpse they theywere theywlre theywere
were merged mergld Mr Cutting Cuttng addressed addrCse the thodelegates thedelegatet thedelegates
delegates delegatet assuring aBtmrllp them that that the Citizens CitizensUnion Citizns CitiznsUnion CitizensUnion
Union had saved sv1 the town tOWI from Deveryism Deveryismin
in 1801 1801To 101 1901ro
To insure that thil we sacrificed 8ncrlfced our claims claimsfor claimsfor claimsfor
for place on the ticket tcket then said Mr 11 Cut Cutting Cutling Ciiiting ¬
ting and we must mlst be prepared to make nakethe nakethecrlfce the thesacrifice thesacrifice
sacrifice crlfce again He hoped that eventually eventuallythe
the Citizens Union would furnish filnlsh ail al the thecandidates thecandidate thecandidates
Under fusion fusionhe fusionhe I Iho
candidates for city offices onles
he said New ew York had experienced the first flrstexemplification frst firstexemplification I Ieumplfcotol
exemplification eumplfcotol of really ra1y good government governmentCharles governent governmentCharles
Charles H I Strong Strng the permanent chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the county convention conenton told of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the vote ote tho Citizens Cllizenl Union bad cast calt in
1807 and in 1901 Then ha said saidOther 8ld 8ldOlher saidOther
Other parties to tire th controversy are now nowengaged nowengn nowengaged
engaged engn ed in a game of arithmetic arthmcllc without withoutreal withoutrEal withoutreal
real figures to solve the relative rlorlv proportion proportionof
of rEal the fpurl vote ole then thEn ole cast Clt One of the parties partiesfigures pnties pntiesflr partiesfigures
total of 250 250XX 250O0 50
figures flr 85 per cent < nt making a
O0 XX votes OIIH out of 295000 295000At 2950 295000At
00 At the very e next lext election It cast CIRt for Gov Governor Go Goeror Ciosernor ¬
ernor but 203000 votes This suggests Rugge IB per perhaps perIlp pertraps ¬
2030 oI
eror haps Ilp that I hat at least 90000 00 Democrats voted votedfor votedfor votedfor
for Low under lndeI the Republican Republcan emblem emblemMr emblemIn emblemin
In 1901 1901Mr
Mr 191 II Strong told the thedelt delegates ateR that t hat they theymust Ih tirrymust y ymust
must win or lose on 01 Lows Lwl administra administration Idmlnlslru Idmlnlslruton ¬
lion and spoke of Low Lw as al the man who whowill whowi whosslIl
ton will undoubtedly be h our 011 nominee nomlll again againHo againHo
Ho wi warned wnrld uneouhteth them that the spectre pltrf of ofCrokers ofCrokllt ofCrokets
Crokers 10 return will not scare RCI H I single singlevoter HIIgl smnglevoter
Crokllt retlm wi
voter 0111 He said It I will wi not do to depend dependon pMid pMidon
on denunciation denlncllLon of police polc blackmail blackmailFor hlackmail biaeknrniFor
For such Ileh of the Ihf vile n ilu heritage that re remains rt rtmlill remains ¬
mains mlill the present renl Commissioner ComllHlloner of Police PolicelenOreonesplendidv PoUII PoUIIpnrell PoliceenGruie
lenOreonesplendidv pnrell enGruie Hpleleldl splendidly efficient efcen must mlt make makea rlke rlkea
a defence defpncl and ho hI will willMr wilL wmIIMr
Mr 11 Strong In > said iel the Ihl enemy 11fmj were er using usingtho Isln Islntho risingthe
tho argument nj that thlt fusion fliion success IUCC this year yearwould yearwould 111 111woulrl
would bo hI a menace lfnllCI to fo Democratic Dmotlllc success successin smuecessIn UCCfl UCCflIn
in the nation in 100 100Tho 10 1904 1904rho
thl The only actual octlall basis s for or this said he heIs 11 hoIs
Is that Mayor I Iw 1o > w dines dln agreeably nlreahly with withPresident withPrelrhmt withPresident
President Prelrhmt Roosevelt HOOrlt ami ali Cloy Odel Well WellJulius dellJulirms
Julius H Cohen ohn the temporary temlrl chair chairman chairmim chairman ¬
JllhlH
man mim said that thll Mayor lavorIow Low had Ijeentaken Ijeentakenfor Iln been lakln laklnfor taken takenfor
for a hammer harmlr nie which would drive trle in Illhl the nail nailof nni nailof
but he had turned turnedout turnedout
of good government bil tlr >
out 011 Iood to l II Ito > e jOerllnt a cold old chisel dlitnl a useful ufful uspfmlimnplerrrent uspfmlimnplerrrentin implement implementin
in ripping grafts Imfl hold hole off 01 New ew York i ork This Thissentiment Thisnlllenl ThIssuntmniEmit
sentiment nlllenl watt w cheered cheeredIt hrp
It was suggested to the conventions conventionsthat cOllnlol eottipntlonsthat
waf I tP
that I their only onl tlj present duty dily was wal to appoint appointconference appolnlconflrem appointconference
conference conflrem committees cOlmilP to meet mlt committees committeesof eomlmU eomlmUof
of the Ihl other othP parties to fusion flHiol to choose chooseborough choolhorou chooseborough
borough horou h and couny cOlny candidates cnndidalll namely nnmolya nalely nalelyI
a Borough h President PrlHidNlt and a nr a Sheriff SheriffFor Hhri ShprifTFor
I or1
For county olntv ticket liCket conferees the conven convention comenlon conrent ¬
jour t named R Full 11101 Fultomr on Cutting Cltinl chairman of oftho ofI oftime
lon time I ho n1l1Id City iy ity Committee Commitcl Charles Chales H Strong Strongchairman StrolJ Strongcurairtnnn
chairman of the County coats Commute Comllt t F r S SLamb Alamh SLamb
Lamb chairman chalrmln of the thl Manhattan lanhalan Borough BoroughCommittee Borojh BorojhCommitpe Borotrghoniniittee
Committee lamh F L I Marshall rarlhal chairman of tho thoBronx I hB hBBronx heBronx
Commitpe 1
Bronx Borough Rorol h Committreo CommilfP T 1 F C Nndal NndalH adal adalI
H W Hardon A H I Stebbiim HI Ibi 11 John Davis DavisJ
J I J P Butler Ruter W V J Schieffelin Schilcln William Wilam Bon Bonnet Rlnnet flenoett ¬
net net t and Reuben Rllhn AMeyers AMeyersPractically AMEr AMErPraclicalr AMeycrsPracticaily
Practically Praclicalr the santo committee commlt was wasappointed wasappointed ri riapplnl
appointed Id for the I hi borough horol h conventions conventionsIV comnntonl comnntonl11w
IV applnl conventions eOllnllonl were Wlle then I adjourned adjolld sub subject flh flhrt iih iihitct ¬
ject rt to the Ihl t1r call cal of the chair chairnROOKLY chlir chlirnnotlx chairflROOKI1
nROOKLY nnotlx ClTS ITftFT ITS UET FT TO WORK WORKDelegates IJll IJllnrlrKnl8 WORfiDelegateui
Delegates From 1101 Eighteenth EI EIIit I111 ecuitit District Oslrtll One Onenf Onl Onlof Onefir
nf Whom hum Won uis Hlchard RClard CieorRe eorr or Insetted InsettedTho mratldTh uiseateiThin
Thin Th Citizens ili7n Union of Brooklyn started startedits Iurtle
its i tampll campaign n last 1111 night ni h by h holding holdin u aliminary pre preliminary pr prlrinlry ¬
liminary lrinlry county llt and borough convention conventionin cOIVPntlol cOIVPntlolin
in the Ih Johnston Johnllon Building Buidin There Thorf were erl TOO TOOdelegates unomiekgates fO fOdrlc
delegates drlc nlel present nnd from frm from the start to the thefinish th thfnilh thefInish
finish fnilh it I was al a I fight Olhl between btwcfn the Ihl delegates delegatesrepresenting dltgalEt dltgalEtreprtflntlnp delegatesrepresenting
representing reprtflntlnp the Ih radical rndlll Democracy D3mocrc and andthose 111 111tho1 aridthose
those tho1 known ImOWII kurowuras as the tl conservatives GustavW GustavWThompson nu lurstavWTironipson laW laWThomplon
Thompson called cape the t h he convention cOlvent convent ion loonier loonierand to ordlr ordlranrl order orderantI
and said the thl Citizens II7lnl Union had an en enrollment enrolmcnl errroilment ¬
rollment rolmcnl in Brooklyn Blookl1 of between hptwpen 15000 15000nnd 1501 1501lne 15000unit
unit lne 20000 20 and that Ihat it was W11 the BrooklynCitiens1 BrooklynCitizens Brooklyn rok1rnCillzeIt
Citizens CillzeIt Union thai marie mndE Seth Hth Lows IOWf eke election ekeion 111 111tlon ¬
tion ion nn assured Ilurd fact fnctWe fnc factVe
We WI Ve stood ns 11 at you know for fortire the equalize equalization Iqlalzo Iqlalzot equalizeflour ¬
flour t ion of taxation taxfon ho said flid and the Ih Mayor Mayorhas Mayorh Iayorhal
has hal h as undertaken Indprtakn to equalize NIUal7A th the fasten taxI so sothat In InIh sothat
that Ih lt you 01 will wi not only get a smaller Imlr tax taxrnle taxrll taxrate
rate rll but smaller Fmnllr tax hills hillsUpon hil hillstPOti
Upon motion of Alfred J 1 Boullon Bulon n 1 com committee commiln Cornrmnittee ¬
mittee miln tpon was wa appointed appoint ed of which he h wrs wrsthe Wrl isrsth
the th chairman to prepare rules rulll for a per permanent peririanenit ¬
manent organization orllnlzalion plpare While Whi hilt the Ih om ommitteo 01 ouurmnitteu3 111
mitteo mitt was preparing prlpar I its il report Ieport Frank FrankHarvey FrankIlnIY Frankharvey
Harvey IlnIY Field Fi presented preHentle a resolution rlolution com commendlna COI courtnienditi
mendlna mlndln the th splendid plflld borough hor h govern government governmont mfr ¬
mont rpnt of Brooklyn and indorsing Imlorlinl its 1F clean cleanenergetic dal elonmirrergit
energetic nll rrergit t ielll ii and buHneps hlflnfH like IkA administration administrationIn Idminillrli adminlstrust lon lonIn loutIn
In conclusion oncIlon the I h resolutions rl resoirri ollons Ions nnil nnilllrnnlrrrl sniriIkselr nil nilUnlnr
llrnnlrrrl Unlnr Ikselr 1 That Thlt th > achievements chlovonwall of Ih Ihpr tire tireprusnit he hepresent
present pr ll borouirb horollh government 1rnlpnt demonstrate demonstratethe rPlonlrnt rPlonlrntth ierrronstrutthe
the th value alll of nonpartisnn nOIparlsnn municipal mlnldpllIOIrn mlnldpllIOIrnnl govern government mrorerniirflt ¬
ment administered lllnl Irr In the th Interest Intprf of all allth fl nilItt
th nl citizens W V > plaoo I the Ih t Ire record for tno tnoyears tlO tlOrllr t tietr
years rllr ietr rs of nonpirtlsan nOI1pHI urn nIti rtlsa an n government 1IrllHll giirlt nrirrt IIKIII I it I mar I 11 11prllol ri ritIre I Ithe
the previous prllol four rOlr years when Ih t lie City 111 Ity of ofSow ff ffSW ofNew
Sow York WIIH WI administered for the Ih I hc benefit benefitof ntl I Iof
of a I few f men Inn working worktul for their own pocket pocketall porkplnllh neeketMrull
all th tIre lime We W call cIIIon upon the I h voter otpr of this thisIwouicli I hi hihrolh tik tikto
nllh Iwouicli hrolh Ir to place llrl the lil welfare wlfll of f our 011 birnunh birnunhabove InJIIh InJIIhIho iroturzhiihV
above Iho partisan plrt purl kim I consideration pOI1ldlllol our and vote vol to toretain tortaln toretain
retain rtaln In office om a fusion fllinn horounh horllh administra administration ndmlnl lr1 lr1tnn ¬
lout tnn t for another Hloth ti riot h r term termTho Iprl ternulire
Tho resolutions rollioni were wlr adopted aeoptld by In a rising risingvote rilll risingvolt
vote vol with wih throe 11m cheers for Mayor Iaor Low Lowand IOI IOIand Lowanti
and Borough Borol h President Swanntroiii SwanntroiiiThe Swan Swarstromliur t rOil
The Th committee ommllll cc on permanent t organIze organization orlliza orllization organIzeI ¬
tion I ion reported report porl en they lllY t had hlr decided upon Ipnl ui Aimer AimerH A later
H Hafght InlJht us al permanent chairman nnd nndsuggested uindsuggesteul nd ndUIIled
suggested UIIled that a committee Cl ronurmtit I It to 1 of nine linl be beappointed 1 1Ippolntfl hi hiflJpdtiutteI
confer with other ot her anizl anizlliolt
appointed Ippolntfl to olflr wih organiza organizations or organizat ¬
tions liolt t icir in II ii u the Ihl t Ire fusion fAlol movement 10IIPlt mnosuurer u I regarding regardingnominations rllArdinl regardingnmrunulumatiortf
nominations mutt nlrl other othlr matters mltprl The Thl re report rl reliort ¬
port port wits 1l accepted nnd nlil Stun Aimer S Knight Knightlook Ialjhl Ialjhltonk hbtlghtI
look I thfl Ih t im chair cirru ir In II I ut part lall he said saidi MidISllllr saidNithir
i INolthor ISllllr thoHcllUhiHMit thlllhhlA t lri selflhrrtri of u politician 11lllfII nor Iho Ihotifirotry li t lii liihigorry
Ifloto tifirotry of pirtl plrtI itis rut omi 11 obscure ol ln the Ih I M IIM IIMin I
11 in the Ih t hi one onl side Irlr Is I vice jI ice crime rrlnl cr1 In uroorl 11d irruft irruftdishonest era ft ftII
dishonest rlIIHI II troitt yunil 11lelhnnnr a mitt dishonor andthiil 111 it rid III I tur t Is I Tamiliany TamilianyIliill TI r 111 noire IIIC I ii y yI
Iliill I tttl On 01 lit III other it I bonor bonoI honesty limit pm limitviruru irngrcsrt
rcsrt lul virtue Irll I find In11 n uttl n realization rlnlzlilion of the Ih IIh highest highestof nichest nichestidcxN > 1
idcxN 1 1111 of oitliihip dt1 hlp nnd 1m that thlll Is fusion rlloll led liy liyHetli hyli1 lybet
Hetli bet h Low LowThe Jn Jnl
The il l to cmninltten lnll corn nit it lpn t eo on Oi credentials qreticunt rpdlntalA Ui is stirred st trrp1 I rretl up uptrouble lp lpIrolhl opI
trouble Irolhl I roll lilt by I I recommewllnc fLtllldin log that I the I hI he ten tendelegates tendilegn n ndlllolI
delegates dlllolI dilegn I is from fro me II rut tlm Ih 1 rf Eighteenth Eiphlfonll Eight sent I i AHuernbly Asmmnr hI y
district dist riut Iv 1 unseated Illnl1 HR II they I INK IIll not ot been beenelected IpnIIId ieouri
elected i IIId leottt I its I premrilyd pruserl by law In w One Oi of tlm tlmdelojmtos Ihndphjnl I hut hutulehuguu
delojmtos dphjnl ulehuguu is Is II Kiclmrd Ildlrd hkiini rd I icorge i org t rgo a son of I Ihl lie lielute hririt
lute la irit i Henry Innry I fort ry ieurgo rl A long lOl light fjht in which whichall whichal i rich richall
all al kinds of motions rctonl prevailed provnipc resulted rllltl curd nndfinally ndnlliy curdflrruihiy
finally nlliy the t report rlporl of the Ihl committee lllil was wasadopted wuissitinirt l
adopted adoptedA dOpl Id IdA ed edA
A motion 11 mm tot > lirm ion was Ia mado lclo that 1111 t the II I I ii conference conferencecommittee rolffrenel uomrfrenperout
committee rout 01111111 tilt t iu bo b instructed Inst 1lrllcl rrmct I to present lo the theother I t ire ireitt
other itt I ter organizations orjalimtont orga Ii hiit torts tlm 11 I I me name IHlnl i ri rite of Alfred AlfredJ Alfr1 A Ifrisi IfrisiJ
J 1 Boullon 1111 ihIrlt on for fo Ii r Sheriff HIIril Building 1IIIdllj Ili ml lii ii ig Super Superfuloiidoiit Hlpr HlprIllcll11 St iper iperI
fuloiidoiit Illcll11 I um I omuth rm t Cnldor ClldP a It I or tli II t it iugh > uglit IJlht it the tl tim resolution resolutionill rltohnlol rose liii ion ionlii
ill il advised al 1Irl and after Iler a I long wrangle ralgl the theresolution tirerotoiutioui
resolution rColuton wa Wi wail withdrawn wltbdrwD
I MURPHYNOTIFIESBILLDEYERY MURPHYNOTIFIESBILLDEYERYAO MURPHY NOTIFIES BILL DEVERY DEVERYw BE VERY VERYD
AO w D tSE LI SI fiETTIM utrrz KlKCTKI J1T1 YOl YOlnvr ni oU oUlT
nvr IT < HT T iv 1 IIKIMIrnnunclainento IIKIM lumIlrolullallnlo IhtRLPrenuireisniento
Irnnunclainento Ilrolullallnlo From 101 the Ihl lrartrri Iatlrs f fhalr fhalrIn lialr lialrIn
In the th Wigwam 11al8Iul Rrault or l Utlh th 111 111irlrt I 191Iriet I IIn
irlrt Primary Prmar In Doubt noult toubtIIttIe Mule IIIt f hangr hangrIn haICt
In the iccutlvo I xtulhe foimnltteo Coltltte UkI LikelVill Mkrly MkrlyWill I IWi
Will Wi Devery 1 > very win in th9 Ninth was wasasked wosalkcl wasasked
asked alkcl of Charles F Murphy yesterday yesterdayafternoon ypllrdayafEroon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afternoonMr afEroon afEroonMr
Mr Murphy was wa sitting Hiting in the leaders leader1chair leaderMchiiI leaderschair
chair chiiI at Tammany Hall Hal Ho le was Wil looking lookingas looltng
I as cool as 181 t he h day would permit pErml and if any anything anytiring ¬
thing was wal troubling troublnl him ho managed to toconceal 10concnl toconceal
conceal concnl It well WII as tho district dttrlcl leaders of the theWigwam theWi theWigwam
Wigwam Wi om came and 111 went bearing bearlnj their theirwhispered tholrwh theirWhilAperftl
whispered wh per J1 messages le88111t to his hl ear Mr Mur Murphy Murph Murpity ¬
pity ph looked looklup up and answered answeredI anHwerd
01 I dont tont know But I do know that thatwhether thatwhther thatwirstlrer
whether he wins or loseshe loshe is 1 not going polng to toget topet toget
get pet in hereand no representative of hiawill hitwl hiwillget
1 get It e in so long as al I am here hert and can prevent preventIt prlntIt
I hive heard that Devory hits h made n ndeal ndeal adeal
deal with wih I Ills Jouis iuis Munzingerand lunzingerand that Ihtl If his histicket hl histicket
ticket tcktt wins w ul In the primaries plmare tomorrow tho thoplan thoplan theplan
plan is It to send snd Munzinger here as Devery Deveryman Deverysman
man Ho cannot cannot get In No 0 representa representative represnta represntathe ¬
the of Descry Dvery will wi bo seated Sated in tire execu executive executhe executhe ¬
the committee c mmltc of Tammany Hall Unl Under Underthe Underthe Underthe
the rules of Tammany Hall Hal the executive executivecommittee execu executivecommittto lve lvecOlmlhe
committee cOlmlhe can select sehlt some one from the thogeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general committee commite of the Ninth inlh to repre represent repreHent represent ¬
sent the district dilrlct on the committee commitee and that thatwill thatwi thatwill
will wi be done as It was done last winter winterAlmost winterAlmost winterAlmost
Almost every Wigwam leader saw w Mr MrMurphy MrMurrhy McMurphy
Murphy yesterday morning morlnp Because cU the theprimary theprimary theprimary
primary contests have little ltle bearing on his hisown hl hisossn
own power In the Hall Hal Mr Murphy was not notso riotso
so vitally Itol interested as ho was a I year ear ago agoAccording agoAecordlnR agoAccording I
According to the reportH he received recived yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon aflroon and last Ilst night there t is i likely lkely
to bo II b little llle change in tho I he executive oxecutie com committee commltee cornmitt ¬
mittee mitteeMr mltee mitt cc ccMr I I
Mr 11 Murphy was told by b his hil lieutenants lieutenantsthat leutenants leutenantsthat lieutenantsthat
that Battery Batery Dan Finn would win In the ttieFiret theI theFirst
First I lrHt He was assured that tho combined combinedGoodwin cmbined cmbinedGoodwin combinedGoodwin
Goodwin and Dowling Dowln Dowiin forces fores would prevail prevailover prHal Prevailoset
over Devery Deseryin in the Ninth The Nineteenth Nineteenthsent Inetenth Inetenthnt
sent nt in conflicting cnficing reports The candidacy candidacyof
of Philip Phiip A Morrison Morrilon there thlrt leaves leavet the con contest cn cnlest contest ¬
test in dispute with the chances chancs favoring
John B Sexton xton Mr II Murphy bent is ispresumed Isprslmed isPresumed
presumed prslmed to IMS the other way as Mr Sex Sexton 8x 8xton Sexton ¬
ton is a brotherinlaw of John F Carroll CarrollW Carrol
W v J J Kenny Inny who is II managing manging the cam campaign cm cmpign campaign ¬
paign pign of Philip Phiip A Morrison Iorrson said ld last night nightthat nightthat nightthat
that there was no truth in the report fport that thatMorrison Ihatlorrton thatMorrison
Morrison lorrton and Sexton would combine cmbiae their theirforces tholrforcs theirforces
forces forcs in II the make up lp of the primary
ticketand tckel and that I Morrison intended to stay
in the contest cntet to the end He Ht admitted admittedthat admil admittedthat >
that Mr II Sexton Sxlon had gained In the past pastweek plt pltweek pastweek
week but said his gains galnl had drawn from fromHagan fromHlgan fromIfagan
Hagan the other othr r candidate cndidatl > the former formerwarden formerwarden formerwarden
warden of tho Tombs TomlwAlthough Tomhl TombsAlthorigh
Although Alhough Mr II Murphy is supposed to tohavo 10ha tohave
have ha 0 lent his hil influence Infuenct to Thomas E t Rush Rushin Iush Itmuthin
in the 11 Twentyninth district the th Informa Information Informaton Informnation I
tion ton that that ho got last latt night was that Joseph JosephF JORI > h hulqufn
F Mulqueen ulqufn would win as easily ealiy as 0 John JohnF To JolmnF I
F t Carroll Carrol did last year It I was wild f1id that thatMr thatII thatMr
Mr II Murphy had come cmo to that conclusion conclusionhimself conclursiouririmrelf onchllion onchllionhim
himself him plf lurphr within the past twentyfour Iwentyfolr t hours hoursThe hourl hoursThe
The Rush HUlh followers folowerI hold out stnhlxnnly stnhlxnnlyand Illhhornl Illhhornland
and Maurice Iaurlc B Blumenthal said they theywould lhywOlld theywould
would wOlld bet II 1000 10 000 to Si 700 on their tllr man manIn manIn manIn
In the McAvoyDooley leA oyDolev fight fght in the theTwentythird theTwentIhird theTwentythird
Twentythird McAvoys election is ¬
II pre predicted predlcld predictecl
dicted In this tlil campaign cmpaign the thl I ire candidates candidateshave mndldll i nd inn IdS IdShave >
have hayl gone merrily lrriy at each other olhel freely freelycharging fnelycharging freclycirarging
charging State Alllo prison offences offencesIsaac ofencl offeneeslsaa
Isaac IIIC A Hopper told Mr 11 Murphy Ilrphy that tha
first frst hed win win without wil hout an effort elorl in the Thirty ThlJ1 y
IMAIOV 1 10 TmElt T nn I INW INWFormer DOr DOrI LWIFX LWIFXFormer
Former I ormr Major Iaor of Now ew ewfloeheIle Itochellp Roehll Leaves LeavesConvention Jat 1caesoncntlon
Convention onnlon with 111 a Threat ThreatMOUNT Thrlal ThrlalIou ThreatMour
MOUNT Iou T VKRNON YYRNO N Y Sept Hpl PI u 1 1the Xt Xtthe t ttl
the tl annual nnnlli meeting mltnl of the I hI Weslchestnr WeslchestnrDemocratic WEIh Weslchestor1emocrntic trr trrDploertc
Democratic Dploertc County olnt ormnty Committee Commi III in II Mount MountA MountVernon fOllt fOlltpmon
A Vernon > mon today toda former forr Mayor Ilmr M 1 J J Dillon Dillonof Dlol
of New IW Rochelln Hoch le and alri his hil followers f lowrl1 a score scoreof scoreof CIl CIlof
of New w Rochelle Hoehllo Dimocnits DItocrll after aflr having havingbeen hliup havingieen
been 1 declared dcarld irregular irnpllar I put pu on tliplr thllr t lid r hats hatsand hal haland s sand
and marched marchld out of tire hall hnll The h com committee cm cmmitc cornnoittee ¬
mittee mitc had voted to ignore i nol Dillon Dlon who has hasbeen hn hnhn linsbeen
been a Democratic In It lender Iladll of West Vustcirpstr Vustcirpstrfor Chester Chesterfor hl lr lrfor
for thirty I years arl and is il ono OU of Tammanys Tammanysmost Tlln1ny Tlln1ny10ll
most 10ll trusted Irufted lieutenants UlfnnnIH A rival r fl delega delegation eIIPRI delegation ¬
tion from New w Rochelle Hoehll > headed by Iv John JohnAlar JohnI
< 1 Agar Alar was Wil seated seatedBefore RIIIII seatedBefore
Before Bfotp the thl voting otinp took place pln exMayor exMayorDillon exloormUon exMavorIlillori
Dillon paid his compliments cmplllnl to Mayor Fiske Fiskeof FIkl FIklof Fiskeof
of Mount Vemon rmon and former fomer State Htll Com Committenmnn om ornnmritteemnn
mittenmnn ritplmnn Benudrins Bpnlerllf It I was wol only a ashort ahorl ashort
short time lil1 ago apo Dillon DilJn shouted Sholtlll to Fiske Fiskewho Fi8kt Fiskewiro
who wns waf chairman ehnirmln of the I hI meeting rtl I that thatyou I halou hatyorm
you ou wore wlrp a Republican Rlpuhlcan I have hl W always alwaysbeen I alwaysbeen hOI
been hlll a Democrat and nne have worked for tire thnpnrty Ihl Ihlplrly tireparty
party plrly since I was wal a boy ho Whore Whlr did you youget YOI yourget
get It your your our credentials crldPtalf to get lt into the ti r Demo Democratic D10 D10crltll Demoeratie ¬
cratic crltll eratie party You YOI have turned IIJIe me m down downfor downfor
eown eownfor
for a lot of millionaires milollir I hold hero the thnreturn therltlmR theretmmnrs
return rltlmR from the 11 primaries primlr in my l city cityshowing rt cityshnwirrg Y YFhowllJ
showing FhowllJ that we WI wi cast cOlI 577 7 votes 0111 while wh Ie the thnothor Ihoothlr theother
other othlr people peopl east cnft only 02 02The O OThp 0The
The Thp returns rpllm are Irn immaterial immalrlal shouted shoutedono shoutld shoutldono
ono of the Agnr ar men IIn Our primaries primarieswore prlmarlwlr
wore wlr wet the the only ones OIPI whioh whl h woro wlm regular regularYou rrjllar rrjllarYol regumimirYour
You Yol scent 1f1 very much mich troubled Irolhlll about aboutour abOl1 aboutour
our 011 regularity rllllaritv said Iaid Dillon Dion but votes 0110 will willcount wi willcormnt
count cOlnt morn than regularity tCJulori nt the Ihl polls pollsDillon pol pollsDillon I
Dillon Dlon and Rne his friends after Ifr bolting olin the thempeling Ihl tiremuetimig
mpeling mN tilg wont nt to tiler Ulrr Island where they Ihe Ihehld
had hld a clambake Ilrhukl They Thl have > decided eIcel11 to tonominate tl tononniumatr
nominate nomiluh a rounty rOllt and onc city ticket of tholr tholrown Ihllr tlmeirown
own 01 and Ind run Dillon Dilon for Mayor Inor of New NewRorhflle NewItochelle ew ewRochrlE
Rorhflle RorhflleThe RochrlE ItochelleThe
The row makes mnkl it i almost alnoAI certain that thattho IhatIhl thatthe
the Ihl Democrats rmorlll will wil not elect 11e either Iitwr their theircounty Ihirlunty thOUnoumnty
county lunty ticket t IckEt rr a Senator Hllltor this Ihll fall fnl Dillon Dillonis Oion Oionil
is il snid Inlrl to control rnlrl more Democratic Dlrorrlllc votes votesthan VOtlH VOtlHIhan votesthan
than any fn other leader of the tht party la the thecounty Ih Ihmlnl tirecarrot
county countyHARLEM mlnl carrot y yI
HARLEM llJI I 4 iiiii irOMEX 101 F FOR P0 OU 1011 1011llrcnnso 10 101I 1011Itecautse
llrcnnso 1I e the Ihl Conditions fonlilon ondllIon Ills I lIttle nll over overturned 01 ii er ertuirneul ¬
turned Irl1 Vitally Ual ltahI Injured Injlrll the llnmr llnmrThe 11011 11011Thl hloniefhe
The Thl Womens Womnl Republican Hrplhlcan Club Cluhof I liii of Harlem Harlemhas Harlmhlf Harlemhas
has hlf organized nt ino 10 St Nicholas cholol avenue avenuefor oInul avenuefor
for the thl campaign cnmpnlll with wih officers ofclrf Mrs A M MStringfiold MStringflniti 1 1Hlrlnglnll
Stringfiold Hlrlnglnll president Mrs 111 n L W V Clark Clarknnd lJarkInd lark larknntl
nnd Ind Mrs Ir W Murray llrrny vicepresidents vicepresidentsMies Iclprliclnl IclprliclnlUst
Miss Ust ROM L I Schott H hol secretnrv Miss Be Beliler Belit e ell
liler ll lit em r treasurer I raRurrr rflSIi rrr Mrs M lrH rs E E II H EdmoniUon EdmoniUonchairman FdlonclH FdlonclHchlirmnn EdurrondinoC >
chairman chlirmnn C inn I rnian nf the Ih t I it executive fruthI ec cc rrt i se cormnittrc cormnittrcand eorliitf t ronnit t ci cia
and nnl a tin Miss tl lsf Isa Lulu 111 I i rim i Lipsnn 11101 ii finnnrinl Inandnl firm acm I secretary secretaryThe flrltnry Meret a ry
The Thl women womll began l al by ht resolving rlolilj that t the thewomen th thwotn I hi hiwoolen
women wotn of New w York Yok should more than tirn nny nnyothers nllrolhorR ani aniethers
others appreciate the Ih value all of Mayor Iayrr Low s sfidmitiistrntion t sntlmnlniist
fidmitiistrntion Ohnilllrnlion ntlmnlniist rnttiomu breniiw hPIall ° in il the tl t Ire condition conditionit Indi etnnijt ionl ionic ionicin
it i overt ovrllrtd urncd t he h homes hon1t and ald home Iln1 life lfn were werevltallv wer ivereift
vltallv ift Ilal a ih concerned onllrn > el nnd Ind on d injured Iljlrd I rrj rm red nnd Illl mm nil tho thotloanlinoHrt tIl t lie lielpi
tloanlinoHrt lpi 1lnlnl nllriss purity puriy punt y and healthy htf1Ih irealt hy moral morl unorru I tone toneof 1011 1011of I cot cotof
of tire tIl city ciy would wOlld be I most motl seriously Iriollir im impaired 1mJaird ¬
paired Jaird by turning tlril t tho I lie city liy cit y over to Tnm Tnminany Tnmmuny Tonimany
many again ljnin
11 1 11 tKAWE 111 iJWIGET UKTlj T III I 111ouiuiiittIeca Sy Syfnminltlees I IfOJIIIu
fOJIIIu fnminltlees nn 11 l flocks > ooh ofk8 Street 11111 lemming Clcanlncnnd CIlln lemmingatuul
nnd 111 rv Is Appiilnlcil AppiilnlcilThe t ppolnlIIThr ppnlnl cii ciilit
The lit Manhattan ifrnIi Ilmlltlan at t a nm Mimieipn ulut lllilpallalll r iiipnl League lea gi Jo James JamesW IIIR IIIRW ri lures luresI
W I lerard bra rlnl uui chairman which s hi iclu announces announcesthat I a 1 um I ruouroecstlrrit 01 n nthlt
that thlt It i 4 going Ioinl goin g into o the 11 I I re municipal Ilnllpll un mm nitipri I rampnign rampnignonly llpull umnrpn ign ignonly
only 011 in nn educational way wa completed completedits ompltl ompltl11M
its organization Ora11111101 yesterday Ierda Although Althoughhome llhl ithtturgiihonimn h hhom
home rule ril rum li and an I personal prr80lal persona I liberty1 Jhert I II tert y and the theelection Ih IhIIllon t lie lieelert
election elert lonr of homo hor rule 111 ru u ii Assemblymen Asmhlynln Assiuiil ulynren are aredescribed AII aretiuttieriber
described I ns n its iH it s prlnlpll pri principal uu ci rta I objects ohjllt ol Jects It has hasprovided hosproidt1 hasiro
provided iro vit led itself f with w llh it Ii n I commit emnmlln ennui no it ten on al bridges bridgestunnels hrldlrf briti ges gesI
tunnels Illnll I tint urIs and ani I railroads rlrd ri ii rimauis of HI which ssbu helm C I C l Hughes HughesIs HI I lu mgtres mgtresIs hIH hIHI
Is I chairman cllllmnn n I committee Iommll on UI city ciy Improve Improvements impm impm1lnlH iniproviuirentu4 ¬
ments 1lnlH nnd street sl it rlt oleniiing CIIIIII cleti umluug with wi wit I It W V S SAndrews HAndrw tiAndruws
Andrews Andrw for chairman chn I 11 al and a committee committeeon omlilIp
on Oi police 1111 Oorj1 Soorgo R It Dyer lyr chairman chairmanThomas chnirilan chnirilanThoma chalmnuunnuIhlOnutas
Thomas H 1 I Keiting i is chairman of a com committee COl coonmum ¬
mittee mito mum it I out on tO canals callt caura ui and Jacob u lltippert Ilppnrt liii Ipert the thebrewer I tireb ht
brewer IHlwr b rt tvr of a committed rHmmil rummn ru it I eiu on Oi cu u excise rxd e cii ciiNo j jo
No > o out In lueen lueenFor 1IIIjn 1IIIjnfor lOcens lOcenslor I
For the tl tIm first frll time lmp t In I dm Ih history hlplor of if tin tinBaroiigh IIII tsBrouigii
Baroiigh BJroUlh of IJuoens IJIInl hero her will wil be bt no content contentat cntlll cntlllat court est estat
at the Ih I Ire DeinoiTatle Dnfrll k primaries primnrll pri inn rice lotiight lotiightPresident t onIKhtPrIBient 0nightPrrsldentt
President PrIBient Jontph Carsidy will wil have 11 iuuis v the thefield Ih IhId thet1tlti
field Id to tl t ii himself I IIMlf irmmsol I President rHlrpnl < m rissidy 1 < l ldy < ly ii op opponents 011d opfsurrPr ¬
ponents fsurrPr rt s derided d > lc I not t 11 e > enter Illtr rut t er the Ihl t hi llrllUy jtri primary primaryintent nulitry nulitryeouitcst
eouitcst intent but hit to I o join the II tii Republicans Hpunl leans UIM to tooiut 10Ollt toouit
polli oiut Ollt on Mr election eletion CuMldy luIldy day and Ind hi hil Iris follower folower at It the thepolli thepoU thepohli I
SIVWOYS 11W AI1EAIS TO A 1 MOIS MOISr mI mIl
r l i S Senator Mnatnr A bl tak k That a a Metro Xlsro crro Siuprrleil Siuprrleilof
of If Killing iiiiii llls lila I Father lie I Spared NnarrtlRALEIGH Hprll HprllnUEIOI SparedhtAmEmou
RALEIGH nUEIOI N C Sept It Pt 14 1 The Thl Coroners Coronersjury Cornerl Cornerllry coronersImrry
jury lry in Jones Jonf county cunl tonight rendered rndrd a averdict aEnlc averdict
verdict Enlc that Farnifold Farnlold n J Simmons 8illonR father fatherof folhertf fathertf
of tf United Unitl States Ilalt Senator Simmons Hhnmonl was wasmurdered wasI M Mr
I murdered lurdn1 yesterday ycstenlayhy tlenlu by parties part artles feR unknown unknownI unknownClrclmRtanCt
I r Circumstances ClrclmRtanCt point pint strongly Itrnll to Alfred AlfredDaniels AlfredDaniels lrd lrdDanlll
Daniels Danlll a negro Iejro who lies been hten arrested arrft1 for forthe fortht fortime
the crime who was seen n In the woods 001 the themorning themorning themorning
morning of the murder mlrdlr and had har been ben beard beardto hcold hcoldto
to declare decare that he would either tlhI shoot hOt squir squirrels Illir IllirrlH aquiirrels ¬
rels rlH on the plantation cr would sheet old oldman oldman oldman
man Simmons SimmonsDaniels SimmonDanielt SinannionuDaniels
Daniels Danielt is il confined cnlur in the county > nty jail jai at atTrenton atTrnton atTrenton
Trenton Trnton under double guard Iuard Late this thisevening thil thileening timi timievening
evening there was WI a largo larg crowd of excited excitedpersons exct1 exct1persous excitedpersons
persons about the t he jail jai and there were threats threatsof thrals thralsof
of lynching Senator nator Simmons Hlmmonl appealed appealedto
to tho men to commit cmmIt no act of violence violencebut violenceburl loltn loltnbul
but to let the accused o usd man have a fair trial trialTho trial trialThe
The Sheriff SherI said sid this thll afternoon afernoon that ho hodid hedid Iredid
did not believe rleve an effort lort would be made to totake 10take totake
take the prisoner lrifner out of the hands of limo thoj I limolaw he helaw
j law Mr Simmons Simmoll was wal murdered mlrdered on his hisplantation hiI hiIplantaton Irisplantation
plantation plantaton near ner Pollocksvillo Polocksvle Jones county countyHis cOlnly cOlnlyJs coumtyHis
His Js body was W found near a river He Je had hadlxen ho1bfn hadbeen
been bfn shot Ihot and then clubbed cubbe to death He Hewan Hewlnbout Howas
wan wlnbout about 75 7 years yeaIl old oldSIIEEHAX oldl oldS1lEKI14
SIIEEHAX l I11t SAYS s If WERE IEIII FOR LOW LOWll Lolllie
ll 11 lie Summoni lummonl IIli 11 UI District uttrtot Leaden and andFinds andInlll andElnd
Finds Inlll Them oD With lh Him HimJohn 11m 11mJobn HintJohn
John C Sheehan Shlehan called caled in the district districtleaders districtlenders districtleaders
leaders of the Greater Greatlr New York Democracy Democracyyesterday Dmocracy Dmocracyyesterday Democracyyesterday
yesterday to ascertain araln how they stood stoodMr stoodMr stoodMr
Mr Sheehan has h been mode anxious by the theconspicuousncsa theconlpicuouue8 theconspicuousness
bn
conspicuousness conlpicuouue8 of the mae Hon William Wiiam Hep Hepburn Hephurn Hopburn ¬
burn Russell who has hl proclaimed procaimed in his l 1d t own owninimitable ownInlminble ownInimitable
inimitable Russl way what the organization would wouldand wouldand wouldand
Inlminble WiY wlat
and what It would not do Mr Sheehan Sheehanwanted Shelhan Sheehanwanted
wanted to ascertain Icl1aln whether tho party was wasto wal wasto
to follow him or the Hon William Wilam Hep HepMr HepMr
Mr 11 folow Sheehans Sheehanl position popiion is that as W long as he hecant hucant hocant
Democrat it will willbe
cant get an independent Indepndent wi
be necessary to support lupprt Low 1ow When ho hohad hohrad
had talked with the district leaders he an announced nnnouncNI annotmnced ¬
nounced that they agreed with wih him to a amen amln animn
men mln and that thlt the organization would be b in infusion Infu infusion
fusion fusionHugh fu fusionhugh ion
Hugh ush Dolan Initiated Inllrd Into Tamilian TamilianA Tanlll TanlllA TaIIIIUSOYA
A dozen recently recenty elected members were wereinitiated vereIni wereinitiated
initiated Ini iated into the Tammany Society Sciety last lastnight laBtnight lastnight
night Charles F Murphy Iurhy was present prsent as aswere al alwere aswere
were nearlv all ni the th sachems of the Tammany TammanySociety TammanyHclety TammanySociety
Society Hclety Hugh HUlh Dolan Dlan a former forer leader leaderin lelder lelderIn
in the Liquor Lquor Dealers Dlnler Association ABociatlon was WaF one oneof oneof oneof
of these initiated initiatedHAROLD lltlate lltlateIURtLD initiatedHIROLD
HAROLD IURtLD R VVVVK n w DEAl DEAItThird DE DEThird DEAlThird
Third Wife Ife AssUiu 811511 Ills 11 Hotly lot to the hI First FirstWife Firt Firtnu FirstWife
Wife nu Who ho Will 11 Bury 111 Him HimCHICAGO 1m 1mCIICAOO himCmi
CHICAGO CIICAOO Cmi icoo Sept Spt 14 1larold 14Harold Harold Richard RichardVynne Richardnne RichardVynne
Vynne nne a novelist nOllbt and at ono time Ille a writer writerfor wrllerfor writerfor
for Town TOIII Topics Topi8 in New ew York died today todayin
in the IhE Dunning Asylum to which he had hadbeen hadbCln hadbeen
been bCln committed commited by tho Insane Court CourtHo Court CourtHe
Ho H was wal married cUrried throe thro times tmeH and the three threeformer thre threeformer
former forllr wives are all ni living lvln each of them themhaving Ihemhavln themluasing
having havln secured 8curd a divorce divorc within a year ear or orso orHO orso
so after the marriage marriageMrs mlrriageIr
Mrs Ilfpr Ir Bishop BAhop Vynne of Chicago the third thirdwife thirdwife thirdwife
wife line hnt assigned sl ncd hor htr rights dlhlH to the body bodyto
to thp th hit first wife ivif Mrs IrR Cunningham Vynne Vynneof
of Chicago Ihlcao frt who has ha agreed to defray the thofuneral th thfuneral thefuneral
funeral expenses expensesWord eXJnRt expensesWord
Word was WF also iiA received rpC ed tonight loni ht from fromthe fromIhp fromtIme
the second slcOul wife Mrs Emma Mann Inm VYlnf VYlnfdou ynne ynnedaughter yumnetinughter
daughter dou hllr of oflo ofol Col W D Mann Ian of Torn Topic Topicthatshe Topi Topucsthat
thatshe that Ihl site too would be hI willing wilng to contribute contributeto cnlrlhulf
to the burial fund Yynnos friends fren l say saythat lar larIhal saythat
needed necticul1ITRIK that the second econe wifes wipl help will wi not bo boneeded hInecrlrd benecticul
PATRICK 111 TRl IIHXflMi Iwm HE 1Etl 1Etllie Alt AltHP
HP 11 Was IaM I a Messenger llssnlr for the Xew IW York YorkHerald11 YorkIherahi ork orklralt
Herald11 lralt for About Sixty Shl Ist Years YearsWASHINGTON cars carsVtsmmIcTzn lIr lIrWIGTN
WASHINGTON WIGTN Sept Spt H aPatrlck Patrick Dlgginn Dlgginnone DigRlnon tiggimisone
one on one of the Iht quaintest chorncteni ehnrnctn In Washing Washington Wahing Wahington ¬
ton died dll1 today toila > He lt would wOlld nover nvlr tell tellliis 111 telliris
iris hit age but was supposed to have hl been hlel more morethan lorn lornthen mooretitan
than rRe eighty Ii hIY years CMS old 0 d As A 1 boy ho he hlncum hi became becamen
n mesiengor for tho Ihl I ho New tw York Heraclnml Heraclnmlwas 1fra1dnnd 1fra1dnndwr Ilerd aurd aurdvrs
1 for about nboutsixty aboutsixtv
was wr in its service continuously cminuolHI nholt nholtIxt
sixty Ixt years Most 1011 of that time lil t was wal spent spentin 8plnl 8plnlin
in Washington WIHhln Yllr tn Ho 10 was reputed to be he ir worth worthabout worh worhIhoUL worthlibifimi
about IhoUL 80000 8000 hut left f no nii will willMany willMummy 11
Many Ifnr years IAf ago n o Mr f I Digging Diljlnf was fl dis discharged dl dlschrimrgti ¬ I
charged dllr1 from frm tho HernldR Itll Washington Washingtonotlkf Wahinglononk ashmiuigtrrutnti1
otlkf nti1 by II 113 its lIt correspondent nt with wit hu whom whomln I Ih
corrpIJont He wont tr to New NewYork NewYork I
ln h > had n disagreement di8 rrlmeal 11 > tw
York and Ind secured ued from the tw elder iier Bennett Bennetta Bllfet Bllfetn
a letter 11111 which said fa 1 that Mr II Digging ng inH was wnsnover wnl wnlnlr wasnever
the HrrnliiH HrrnliiHObituary Irrinldsis
never nlr to I bo dismissed dlmiFFt1 from Jrrrllrt
fr is rs ic I °
Obituary Ihlual Noles NolesDr Nut ulrs ulrsII cit citPr
Dr Kdwnrd E Ed wnnl we ru North sort h professor profl or emeritus emeritusof ruriurlt mrll mrllof ir irat
II <
of tiiwk in Hamilton lamilon Colleiro olcl died dl d in Clinton ClintonN lllnl lllnlS llnrtonmN
N V on Sunday undal mornine lorllnsal at it Hie n nge < Bf f w wveirii 11years
years Or North was a th the > fourth fnlrth sour < oii BI of nrhpiitxri ofhplhpn oflIprmhen
hpiitxri hplhpn 18 11 end Sorh Huldii Hlldl W N North orlh nnd nlcl was WI barn barnin bor brmtmm
in II Berlin Rnl Colin 1011 ourum March n I IWJ tS t S2 He 1 II wns wnsjrrirtnnted ru a aIrarlnlll Cs Csgrndtntrtect
jrrirtnnted Ihrin Ht Hamilton I n mlol College Cohpl in IMI IHI us usvaledictorian iussnlollctorltiut I Ivalpllklorlll
Irarlnlll valedictorian valpllklorlll Rt aunt < u > l h han d ever vrr nlnce In tnc been asn asnelnteei aBdlt russorlatett
elnteei dlt with ino tn tfri collect From Ironl April A 111 irtI 2f 20 ISII ISIIuntil I isanuntil H HInli
until Sovemlwr wih eolI W 159 hfl h was HS H Its 11 actlnc a tlu presi president 11181 11181dlll presitlumt ¬
dent dlll Inli He 11111 cave instruction Ilflrclnl in II tlreok Irpk to llfly llflyfonr ffly fflyInlr lttuyfuurr
fonr siirr sunresslvn < > sslvo classes PI Prof IrBf North was WHSn WH WHI
Inlr
n member mllhr of the Ihl rl American Philosophical PhilosophicalAssociation Phlonlhl1 Phlonlhl1oraon Phtloophtualtssoriition
I Association the > American AIr nn Philological Phlolollrll Asso Association AIRn AIRndllion ssn ssntIfltltfl ¬
ciation dllion oraon the New SlW York ork Historical Hlorlral Society Roctr and andthe nnnth and andt
the th t Iru Oneirta lwlla Historical IIIorlnJ Society Rodll Ho I reelvort reelvortthe
the Ih decree ef A i M from Brown Browl 1 niyersily lnilrHltrIn niyersilyIn
In ui IMI t54 < I and 1 nd in INGH IMOlh the 1 Rr fNlpnl flrrcpnmts cents of the 11 I Inll InllHllv F nlver nlversity rilverstt
sity stt of the I hI he State StiI of Now York conferred onfprld upon uponliltii Ipon Iponhhil urponihInt
deirree of Doctor of Litera Literature I Iteri Iterit ¬
hInt the Ih lie honorary honorlr Ltr LtrI
ture I 1 ri ni In InlAi i ri 1RS7 I tsT ho received rotol < lr1 the tl I It degree < Plrr nr I LL 11 I I I Ifrom I Ifrouri
from Madison tl n ii kerr Inow t now no w Coliroto ollnll ci iru It t Inlwrjlty Inlwrjltylr InlorIIDr I un vcri I IDr
Dr Vorth nrIhi < is I survived by h two sons one Bn S r N sfl sflSorlh f forttt I ISortti
Sortti orttt of Wnshineton WIRhlnltBI 5lrvl1 Director IlrrrlBr of the lll lllOlil t tnrltett tnrltettStrt Olil OlilHIr tilted tiltedStales
Stales Strt tis tensiis IIH Two TWI diniahters dlllhlr one Oi our the thewife t I lii liitrIte
wife of the Ihl Rev n Vlliim Iteed It pitor of the thnMemorial Ih Ih1mor1 the5lurioriit
Memorial wll 1mor1 I Ircsbylerlnn lreslty Wllhm teriri U Church I It lrrh mmcii < Troy Tro y also alsoIndue 110 110UrIP r Iso Isosrtrviir
srtrviir UrIP hll bile bileturtlg
Indue 1111 Albert Ihrrl C C HiteliK Hirh ititetul presiding prFhln Judge lltll of ofthe ofIhf oft
the Ihf t hi Supreme 4tmpro urt 0 Court 0111 oil rt of Unltlmore Inllmor Ititin I men Md 11 died diedyesterday il I iii iiivwtprdrm
yesterday rlrrrl vwtprdrm Hlpllp y In 11 XnrniRnnsett SlrrnIFt Nu rrrtgrmnsitt Pier of flppenril flppenrilcltlit AIIIndl AIIIndldll tipindliitis
cltlit dll HP was strIcken Ilrlrkn two weeks k aoo He Hewns I liewas
I 18 IJO
was wn horn on itt Sept 7 lust ISi I II it t Frederick Md Mdwns SinaIls Id IdwaR
hor
waR educated idricni dlII1 teti 111 II lit t Dickinson Ilklnol Ittekin sort College 011 ni loge studied studiedlaw AllrlN AllrlNIlw en lid ed edlaw
law Ilw nt the Ih Iniverslty Inlrll of Virginia nlnll moved mOr to toBaltimore to1ltmM toltaltlrnoro
Baltimore a nboiit 11011 ISV > wan wa City Clr Solicitor 01101 from frol frorurt572
1ltmM 1872 to I87n IRif City Counsel 0111 from IrBI IMS to i IRI IRIWH 1591rca fll fllWHS
WHS WH appointed Ippoint rr Indue 11 1 uncl 11 ice of the Ih I ho Supreme bench benchof hnphof tpTlCliof
of Baltimore IlltlmBrpCi City it y in II < l 1591 Ril ll hy h UB lov 0v Frank limo llrownto 1101 uu uuto
to fill a vncancvnnd Vaane md nd the following folBwll1 year Iar esr wns wnselected 11 ivasqloctecl
elected 101111 for fD the 1 hI full term of fifteen fflpn years 111 OitTS He Hewin I hrtr
win wa tr president prp8hl11 I fiI of thn Ih I tin Jlirylund iI 11llld i ryhri nil Historical HistoricalSociety 11 I I 1st lorleal lorlealHor orki I It4oetot
Society Societyir Hor t4oetot y yDr
Dr ir tidnlpli dolnh rolh 1 Shafhirt Hhlhirl n prominent prorlnplt phar pharmacist Ilhlr Ilhlrmlcst itlrnrninclst ¬
macist 11 nnd Ind business hUIII mnn tln of Washington Washingtonwns WIhllllol
wns mlcst found dead 111 yesterday Rtprd mornlnir lorllnl nt lt Ids Idshome II IIhOn lrt lrthoint
home hOn I nt North Capitol nnd Ind II I streets lrfI Dr DrShnfhlrt II hru
Shnfhlrt Hhlfhlrt u haftit rt had hld been suffering Sri utlrinl ITt r In it from from Ilrichts Ilrichtsillseine Irlrht I I ri ht htrltuurtso
illseine n but hiI the I h he recent rln1 Improvement IrlrBvlrnl in his hiscondition hl hlnIHlilol IrIsoil
condition 1 oil lit lou made mlrl his hl deatb tirat Ii most 10 unexpected unexpectedAt 1I IIfl Ilrl IPtt ed edAt
At nIHlilol the thl outbreak ollhnak of the Ih civil Ii war wlr Dr Shafhirt Shafhirtvolunteered Hhlndrl HhlndrlolunllrPt thaIlilrtvoltintrercit
volunteered olunllrPt a aH n 1 honpltnl hopfll steward twlrd arid mil for forhis forhl forIt
his hl It Is servic in il I ur this thl t his ciiparlty caladl ca lund t I was appointed appointedto apPolnl apPolnlIn C P poUr I cii ciiI
to I the Ih Reaillar RIIular nrmy arm us I 5 iinntomlm 1111tll1ol He Hewan 11 11Ih liewas
wan detailed deta II un to t 0 the Ih t hi medical 11111 utid tcri I museum ml llln or In Wash Washington 1h risiu risiutgtorr ¬
ington 111101 X td widow wilo lilow anti fnrl two children rhlrlrn survive survivehim 1lnI 1lnIhim suirvivelit
him lit am
amir Simuel Hml1 ir tnt I I 11 Crnie CrAII rn I g horn In n thin t city dl It 71 i 5 yenrs yenrsnao yen iA rs rsego
ego who entere Inlrld nterpti into 110 the i It first 11 businessrelation business 11ln 11lnrIliBn tanslrtissrulm
relation rIliBn rulm 110 t loris of o f hU II life If II fo with wih w It tu the Ih I ire 1 fnther fau her of it t Presi President 1111 1111dnl Irisidorm ¬
dent dorm Hooseveli dlel dip I nl lt his hi country nlnlr home homeIn hnlp bonninn
In 11 Crnlir 1111 rnuig 01 0 vesterdny ptrlr esteriri He I wns WI 11 1 itreit itreitndmlrer Ir1 grittrid
ndmlrer 1IIIrr rid mmmi rr of the Ih t hi Hooneveli family flml In nih I y and an minimi minimihis 111d 111dhi ire unrorl unrorlIris
his hi first non nn now S3 Z years errs 111 old Koooevell KoooevellMr
Mr SI Ir r friilu Ira rall I it was In II company 101110 with W iu lu Commodore CommodorePerry I Ollonrl Ollonrlpr oat oatlerry
Perry when a Iron the I h tie treaty I rlll rtim t y with a il i t h lupin Ilp1 tin iii ut was l nean neanlliteil 1ln 1lnriltp urzrrntitetl
lliteil riltp pr He was 1 one If rlf if the founder of th thlieoruln 11 u tn tnlvorintn
lieoruln Cor2In Society 101 II for fo the II Prevention r lnton of Cruelty Crueltyto 1111 rrrelt y r ru
to u a Animals AnimalsItohert AI tit rune nnl nnlIohprl Is Isltohert
Itohert J 1 Pnttlsoti ntIMI professor of art Irt in the theItovs II tirePt
Itovs Pt Iohprl ys Hizli Illh I I School Brooklyn lrolln llrook I y it died il I icul Sunday Sundayif HUlell HUlellIr imnnul ii iiof
Ir of 101 if iiuralvslH pl rn 111 In his hi home h0I11 at Ml 1 2 Putnam 1 In 1 n venue nII nvormtifInn venueIn
In III irIs HlxtvIlfth uulxt lxlllfth vliftii year veer lr lie Ii was n itraduate itraduateof Irllllll IrlllllloC
of the I tie New York Inlvercity lnhrfy mid fnd HtiKlit tHllhl tHllhlflrnwllul tuinmgtrtrim HtiKlitdrawing
drawing rim sv tl ni it in I ru that Ihll t ire I institution IIAllton u must it I It Ion for neveriiI 11 yenrs yenrsllpleiiresa yirm Ar rs rsI
llpleiiresa I I e Ip lea yes tm widow w lro I dew nnil Inll nu nul two I ni 0 sons AII strur Thefunernl Thefunernli TIl rinu fln fun 111 umtu I IIIF Isorvliis
i sorvliis 1 rvlies IIF will wil 1 li II t held 11lrl III hi his late lat hnmti Inl huM Ihinevenlnn thl thlelllnl huMe
evenlnn evenlnnMrs elllnl e sour In ii iiSIrs
Mrs tr Sarnh llrnh K Herijen 111111 wife Ifl of f IT II F J JHiriren 1 7 7IItrinin I
Hiriren of f WashliiKton 1hlnltol N SI J 1 died on 01 Sunday Sundaynluhl Hullll t4umrrilntynlchi
nluhl 1111 nllht of Injuries received roil in an rl accident accidentWhile 1lhlnl 1lhlnlWhll rrcoititntv
While v Ii n I i Dr II i I r 11111 Hfrueri Hrlen and II ld niul hU III Ii is wife it I fe were wIr drlvlnc drlvlncilown drlv un vinu u urlowl g gilowrr
ilown rlowl the hill 111 at I ItiitMvllle 1118VII a 1 part 111 of the I I liar harIICHS liarnrrss 11
IICHS broke I nnd the th t tie horse ho ran rln iiway IWI Mrs MrHHerceu Mrshiergni lrH lrHlrl1
Herceu lrl1 wa vns thrown out 011 Her 11 kull kll was wasfractured WI strisrrncttiriil
fractured fracturedPhilip frnrllfI frnrllfIIhlill rrncttiriilitithlp
Philip llerl rzll VI n years Pars old died tl suddenly suddenlynf surdiienrlv surdiienrlvtuf u d n 1
nf Ihlill heart hlrl dlseme dla II sense in his ii Is oftlce onl 1 at I 3 111 1 I East < ist HI Twelfth TwelfthHtreel TwJh TwJhHlnrl lssel t ft Ii Iist
Htreel st yesterday wtirilt HIrll afternoon Ifrno ri ft rnoonu > Mr Si Ir r HerzlK I ierzi Irll it was wasemraireil WIA WIAIIILIrl witsrrgittoit
emraireil IIILIrl in II the Ih fur flr buclness hIFIIp with s 11 Itli his hi brother brotherSimon Irthr IrthrHllon tnrotlrrrt4iunmont
Simon Tin It llrm I is well wllmrJO known as a Importers Importersof hlllflr hlllflrnl
1 Irnl
Hllon of South tiitut lllh h American AIPIn i inti r Ii ii uu furs ful Mr lr I r llcrlu 111711 I h erint it lived I nt ntin ii I II
in I I 0 West 1 IVHtli IZ I tt th it street ftr st root and nri Is I survived lunh1 snrrvi vd by II nwidow IIII iiSt
widow II hlrlv jul 155 and Int I uui nln childnMi childnMiMajor chllulrntShrijor hldrln hldrlnIIJor
Major IIJor 1 1 Hardy Ilrrly llendren 111111 iiKeil 111 < 7H well wellknown w1 weltk
known k nos tu in I un Atliinllc AlnutI A tIi ii t ii coast eOI1 HhipnlnK iii hlillnl I i III fl g circles circlesand dr et rules rulesuurd
and 11 a irrHiidson IrHntul of Major 11nr Downing IIOI ni Hendren Hendrenof lllrpn lllrpnIf
of If If Revolutionary ItvollIIHIr war Wil all r fame fII frito died r1 < suddenly suddenlyIII Alrjnl AlrjnlII
III II I ii Norfolk lrCull rrfil it Vj rl 3 yesterdny yesterdnyItoberl est llrlo llrloHuhrl rtln rtlnI
Itoberl I Smart illlr dr rue ru of IoiiKhkeepsie lullhkII I on ghketslo M r years yearsild Ylr Ylrulr yiil ra ratin
ulr < ild tin died 11 Hiiddenlv Illrdh at II the th Hotel IBt Savoy HaYI Sri yo on onHimdny unI Innti
Himdny I ti I ii ndn Coroner I oroapr 5 PhyHlclan IhHIIII I Imyslvti us Ollaiilon Ofnnlnn 1 Ii ii trlonr who whoInviSlfifateil whoInvsIIIL a tro trohnvsuIgitul
InviSlfifateil InvsIIIL 1 the cuts m Mid 110 irjI that Ihlt death IHI ini t hi wan wandue W Wtu uiMdni
due tu dni to apoplexy IJnll 9 and lnt chronli Ihrul11 llrluhts Irllh s disease diseaseMrs rla tllsitrSirs l
Mrs lrH Charlotte I liii rlotte H t widow Irhln nf if Dr Ir llenliiiiiln llenliiiiilnW l lienjit n111111 inlut inlutI
W Dwixhi Iwllhl I w Ihlrnlp ttint f furtlly for firmer utter I y principal prllcII pu n et pa I of Clinton ClintonSomliwry Iintol I lirtout lirtoutI5elin
Somliwry tElhlit I5elin tniei ry mid lnd it utai herself f a I ii noted 10 uuou id edmHtor oil utusnor I Idiaj Io Idead
<
dead o In Clinton tnlon N Y yt at t the age le of 70 ye fear r
JEROME ERRANDA A SECRET SECRETtH SECRETIlL111lf
tH IlL111lf MORS MtOIT UIOT IDOl T A 1 IlKIl IIIIfIII HLHA HLHAEXH 1SL1IVXl
EXH 1 Xl TO IT OT W YERIFIKit YERIFIKitCniinly 1ImHIRIIotnl EERIIIEDentity
Cniinly otnl entity roninilltrr 011111 has II liens IRI Called falee to toMeet toI toMeet
Meet I on Thunita lmrda lint hll KxrotiUvc KxrotiUvcI JrCuthl JrCuthlI Eirutisehairjaan
I halrwanTtn hairjaan Ten Eytk ck Sa a u IhCo lime tornnuilicr tornnuilicrIs Iltel
I In I Sincerely HhllrI for or Iotti 1 Lsni s Ucnonilnailon UcnonilnailonI UenomlnaUol UenomlnaUolI RenioumltnatioiiMany
I I Many rumors rtmol ran through the hi town lost lostnight hlt hltnlyht lustnight
night nlyht an If to negotiations rlotalon on l het between > etw WII en Dis Distro Distrc L
tro Attorney Atore Jerome and ofllccru oBltl of the theRepublican thelteptrl
I Republican Hepuhlcan lteptrl > hieaum County Committee Commilee touching touchingtlm touchingIayoralty
tlm Mayoralty election eleton President Pr8idcntt M Linn LinnBruce LinnBruce LinnBruce
Bruce was wal out of town Chairman Ten TenEyck TenEyck TenEyck
Eyck of the executive exeutive committee commite utithor utithorI ulthor ulthorI aurthorlined
I I lined irpd a statement that the Republican HIpuhlcan HIpuhlcanCOlnly RoluiiicanCounty RepublicanCounty
County Committee Commitee was wa sincerely Iln rclr for Law LawI J Jjwnntl w wI
I I and van Wi not figuring t urlll on the nomination nominationof lominatlon lominatlonI
I Iof
I of any ono else ep Secretary Seretor Manchester Manchesterof
of the county committee cmmiet said that n 1 meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing of the committee commitee had had been called caled for fornext fornext fornext
next Thursday night but he did not nlt ap apprehend apprehend appretrond ¬
prehend that it would have any bearing bearingon barig barigon
on the nomination of candidate calldato for Mayor MayorMr MayoI MayoiMr
Mr Jerome spent an active acthl day in New NewYork NewYork I
York concerning cncmij which ho would make no noexplanations rioexplanations i iexplanatons
explanations explanatons He Je breakfasted hrealwtt at his hil Rut Rutgers Rutgent ¬ I IJers
gent Jers street home homeand and from there lher went to the theUnion theUnion I
Union Club where In h remained a couple cuple of ofhours ofhours i ihourH
hours While Whie he 11 was W > there Magistrate MagistrateBarlow Magi8trto Magi8trtoBarlow MagistrateBarlow
Barlow and ad R Fulton Cutting Cutng arrived Mr MrJerome II
Jerome says saYI that he saw Magistrate lagLlrle Barlow Barlowin Brlow BrlowIn
in the clubhouse clubhole hut ho declines declncs to day dayanything Ry Ryaything sayanytimiuig
anything aything at all al about Mr Cutting CUltln CUltlnWhie
While Whie the District Dilric Attorney AtorlY wan WI at the
Union Club his brother brther Lovell Ivel H Jerome Jeromewho JeromeI Jeronuiewho
I who is I an a inspector Ilpctol in the Immigration ImmigrationDepartment Immigraton
I Dpartment Department by bY Republican Hepuhlcon appointment appointmentcalled appointmentcaled appointmentcalled
called caled Criminal at the Courts District D trict Building Buiding Attorneys AtomeY1 ofneo ofc in the theCriminal IheCriminal theCrinmulnal
He le got ot tired of waiting wniing and finally fnaly went wentaway wentaway en enaway
away leaving a note for his brother hrothlr The TheDistrust
District Attorney Atorney reached his hil office ofce at atI lt ltI
I o oclock clock and remained just about long longenough lon lonenough longenough
enough to read the note and sign some somecorrespondence 8me 8mecorreludeneo sometorresoircIence
correspondence and then went out to lunch lunchHe
He was accompanied by h his chief of staff star
Mr Rand and by Assistant AS ilant District Dltrit Attor Attorneys Ator Atorneys Attorneys ¬
neys Miner 1nlr and Corrigan Corrjan After lunch he hereturned herlturned hereturned
returned rlturned to the Criminal Courts Building
for a stay stayof of a 1 few minutes and then Buldlny started tlrled
for Lakovillo LakovilloWhen Lkevle Lakosilieheii
When heii ho got there he refused to make makeany maliI rnahceany
any statement as to 10 his hi doings dolngl In New ew
York except that he had bought a a piece pieceof pit pieceof
of machinery machllr for his hi lathe Ft I It Is known
that his chief chllj clerk John Henneberrv HennlhErrv who
has hl hma been referred to jocularly as his hil political politicaladviser politicaladsiaer lleal llealadvIRr
adviser has boon steadily stadlv opposed r to the theidea
idea of Mr Jeromes candidacy for Mayor
At Mr Jeromes Jeromfs office ofce it was Wi believed bleved that thatt
the aotvlty activity of Lovell I H Jerome WaR slg
nlfcant nificant t It was recalled recaled that ho was an anintermediary
intermediary last 10lt June in some Bme conferences conferenceswith cOlferences cOlferenceswih conferenceswith
with Republicans about the
wih Republols possible can ¬
didacy didao of 0 the District Attorney Atorney pfible for Mayor Mayornilo 1001
Whie nilo Mr II Jerome was WIF hero the state statement Itate ItatemEnt statement ¬
ment mEnt was wal printed that thlt he had in mind three threecandidates threocandidate threecandidates
candidates candidate any one of whom whol might win where wher
Ijowmight lose lO These ThEle were H Fulton Cut ¬
ting linl OustavH Ouslav H Schwab Shwab and nld Jacob H SchifT
Mr 11 Cutting Cutlnl said Id he couldnt think thllk of Schi such suchtninS RuchI sucha
I a thing Mr Schwab said hn was grateful grteful
for the kind expressions IxpreSiont of friends at any anyput
tme time hut he han bulnl busmness Intenlll initeresta which whichput winchlmtlt I
put the matter beyond his
put mater hil reach even if
he had been ben disposed to consider cnldlr it itSHIPWHKCKKD i ii itSJlI1hllfMKED
SHIPWHKCKKD SHIPWHKCKKDA i 1111K n nTalp
A Tale ef fr a Fishing Flshln Trip TFIDIfl in II a Launch and anda ant
a Five I h Mile le Swim Sw tuti to Shore ShoreMax Shortlax ShoreMmix
Max lax Friedenburg FrlleAhurp a picture picure dealer dlolor at 197 187Sixth 197Hixlh 197Sixth
Sixth avenue a 111 1 who is il also all a swimmer fwimmer and andathlete nndathlele andathlete
athlete told toll n StN reporter yesterday trnay that thatho thatho thatito
ho was WII shipwrecked IhipITlkEd five fe miles mieR off of Long
Beach Bluh last 1111 Sunday Mr Frifdenburs Friulnburp was wasfound wal wasformnd
found in his store groaning Kroanlnl with wih pain and andfeeling andfpplng andfrthing
feeling fpplng alternately alerntlly of his arms arrs and leg leI
Whats Whatl Itnts tIme matter later he said Why Wh
1 was wa two t w hours hourt in the wnleryenprday wiler avaler rllrday
I was wal shipwrecked shipwreckediYefl RipwrtkCe RipwrtkCeYe siiipwrecketta
iYefl a Ye Yes shipwrecked IhlpwrItd I left Jamaica Jalaia Bay Bayat Ry Ryat Rayat
at fl oclock ocok ill Illh the morning moring in my ga Ialene Ialenelaunch gnttolone gnttolonelannnchi olene olenelaunch
launch to go 10 bliierl hllel lulurefishinig hing hilp with my m friend friendAlbert frend frendAlhprt friendAhimert
Albert Oallnglr iattllnger At I 3 oclock In the theafternoon Ihoaflcroon theafternoon
afternoon aflcroon wo WI had thirty beautiful hElllfll fish fishaboard fth fthuhoard fiudmuiltoard
aboard and wprn live miles off
Im fvp milel of Long LongBeach JOI LongBeach
Beach My hlauneh launch is I a infooter 3foll r I noticed noticedthat noticedIhal noticedthat
that the gasolene 1olpnp tank Ilnk wns WIH leaking Al Althn Alwas 01 01Wit
Wit was Jut then Ilghllnj liglrting hi Iris plpl pipe I hut of ofT ofTtire
tire 1m feed fe pipe and 11 shouted Ihould a I warning waring to him
but it was too Into Tli I > KIIOOIIO flnrod 1Inrlllup up
Al1 AI I shouted for Cods 011 sake I < strip
Jump Swim under water1 water For the waves waveswere WRVISwlrp waveswere
were covered with flaunting gasolene gasoleneWe
We i were five I se miles mil iii lh off shorn ci more hut the thellde IheIldl thet
llde t was going in and I thought we could couldfloat counhifloat
float in inAl illAI iunAl I
Al I Illald said rtltl float1 float1Al float floalAI floatAl
Al floated oat Pretty soon I saw fiR that he hewas hAVa hewas
was getting roltin weak and I hold him up for forten forIln forton
ten minutes Then I got tired Ii 11 < I and I said saidBreak Illdreak saidBroak
Break reak away nwa Al AI Im tired tiredWe tiredsP < 1 1oWf
oWf We finally I1nul y got ol ashore and I think we wemust WImU1l1 wemuntut
must have lain III ill unconscious on the beach
for an hour When we cnmo to we went wentup wpntup wentnmtm
up to a rotlagn We Wllar o lind iaiI nothing on but butour butormr
our underwear and irtVhty little of that
Said I to the owner ownerI
I beg your pardon but can I borrow borrowan
an old pair pair of pants pantsWhat 1anIFlWIIII lantsirat
What irat are you1 your lie h asked IIRI1I
I told him that t I had been bIl1lhlpwrckPrl bIl1lhlpwrckPrland shipwrecked shipwreckedand
and took him out whore wllf ho could soo 81 < the theold theold
old boat blazing nway lWII to heat tho t lie band
She Sh carried IKm pounds of ballast and had hadsettled hndtllttlOI hadsettled
settled to time waters edge I I don1 know knowwhat Imowwhnl knowwhnat
what bos become of her and ann I dont want wantto wantto wantto
to know knowWell knowWell knoweII
Well eII the cottager cotla lr brought IIrou ht me out a apair apall apair
pair pall of trousers t ronmsrrs that win a Mid aid Friedman Friedmanmaking Frirclmanmaklllg Friedmannmrnkhnrg
making n 1 comprehensive c0l11pr > hlnliv1 circle of several severalyards severalyards vernl vernlardH
yards ardH with his arms armsAnd armAnd armsAnd
And wo did have some lovely 1011 bluofish
ho added addedtATIIEDRAL add1TI addrslITIIEIR41
tATIIEDRAL ITIIEIR41 TI 1IlH fOLLEdE 111101 OIEXS OIEXSOnly 01 OlEVSOnly F8 F8Onl
Only Onl One On flam la ias R In It for tine First Irsl Year rar rarc
44 c Students in mat matArchbishop TllalJrlhhIFhop TtlatA
Archbishop A rihht islrop Fancy opened Cathedral CathedralCollege Iathldrnllollrgl1 athurlraldIego
College yesterday morning momln morn log for fo r its it II first scho scholastic IhoIlIltic sehmolastic ¬
lastic session Father Hayeschancellor HIIfi chancellor of ofthoarchdiocoseand ofI
thoarchdiocoseand I ho mi reindioeespanri president J 1I flldel1l of the t he college collegecelebrated iollcgrrelebrated 0111 0111Nllhrlltle
celebrated in tire cnthrdrnl tIme first re religious r rlI rohigioris ¬
ligious lI iollll service of the now preparatory preparatoryseminary prpnratoryIemillllr preparatoryseminmniry
seminary in a mass rnl I which began at atoclock It Itodork Iioeink
oclock All hi the students et nrcleutt s and faculty facult y of ofI ofthe
I the ho college were wlr present as were also alloral soy several soyerl ¬
eral ral hundred children from the I hI parochial parochialschools pnrochlllilhopI8 hiaroehilalsrhoplc
schools schoolsAfter srhoplcAfuor lhopI8Aftlr
After till niasn thr th t Inn > > students assembled assembledin A > mhlle mhlleIn
in I Ihn ho largo Inr 1 study hall n al Fiftyfir street streetand Ilnlnnd streetarid
and MndiMjii 11Iri oll avenue and were addressed addressedby adrlrII ld ldI
by I its Archbishop Farley Ho spoke srtuini of tho thoresponsibility Ih IhnJ1lJlf1lhilit I Ire Irerispnnslinlhit >
responsibility rand y and laborious life before beforethem hdoretlllm lreforitlnini
them and referred rpflrr to them as one 011 of the thnstrong Ihl1tllronlt thest
strong st rouig hopes for the future of the Ih Church Churchin
in Now York YorkFortyfour YorkFortyfoul YorkFortyfour
Fortyfour students wore 111 ndmilled to the thefirst Ih IhflrRl timefirst
first year 1111 class and no class above the thnfreshman Ihnfrpht thefreshimnant
freshman frpht lan will be admitted admlttllInl sdunmi t tetl until Inn I it I I the th t lie students studentsof ct umnleri us usof
of the 1 hI first year par have born promoted promotedFather prornolfrlFalhpr promotedFat
Father Fat her Ormond Hughes was wo announced announcedas annmoumrtc d dIts
as prefect of discipline Father f111 h1 Thomas ThomasMurphy ThomAIItnrJly ThnornasMmurpuy
Murphy and Dr Daniel McMnckin both of ofthn oftho oft
thn t Ire Cathedral staff all included in the thefaculty thpfn1111 I Inc Inccommit
faculty commit y 3 Dr Lavellrt will be hi among al11on the thelecturers t tireheel h hlclllJprt >
lecturers lecturersvuir lclllJprtn1I heel nirors nirorsnl
vuir nl HAiLM < UII 1 THE 1 vnr vnrFather 1 tii tiiFather IT ITnlher
Father fJleinon of Nllament Iam Takes Fa f fathcr fathcrhklwieks alhlr alhlrhlllwlrkR 111 or orChltlwlckn
Chltlwlckn Plapc PlapcThe IlaIJI PIielitt
The JI litt resignation of Chaplain Chidwirk Chidwirkfrom hidwlrkfrom h idwiek idwiekfrom
from the United State Navy wns accepted acceptedyesterday alIplp1PRtrdIlY miceeptedyestrtlny
yesterday and Bn the Rev Matthew t ileiiHon OIIUlnanHHItnnt ileiiHonassistant iIenutunassistant
assistant rector of St Jamess Church Churchwas hllrdlWlltl luuireluwas
was appointed in his hi place Pother f Jlenson Jlensonis hasonis
is one on of thn t lie younger priests pr fRIH of this I iris arch archdiocecev areluhit
diocecev hit was Wll > ordained night Ii ht years yearsago YIlrllago tumre tumreago
ago at Troy and has since doun parish parishwork prl parishwork h hwork
work horn hornLlUn hnmLiIn InertI
LlUn I Chaplain < Chldwick Iuiuiw ltlt Father iutt ho ileason ileasonin l
in i full till of energy IIIF > rjly and good III nature Chap Chaplain Ihlplain imait imaitlain ¬
lain Chidwlcks baseball I team of sailors sailorswill HnllorHwill sailorsw
will w ill continue count lntme their t mining I rut lining under un Father Fatheriloasons Falhr1II01Unnl4 Fat Iror Iroriknaconm
iloasons care careIt careii
It was denied yesterday thai Father FatherChldwick latlrrImldwbck
Chldwick hid wick will willlNt hit a candidate cl1l < lIdale for Ht HIHtlpht StuphenV StuphenVas lI I Int
as suocoHMor to Bishop IJIl1ho > Colton Only OnlyI I Itwo II
two I WI WI > candidate clIIl CC nirl < lIdalfttl have Iia I as VI limn announeeil Ill1nOIlIlIDr annou u nitr I Ilr i iDr
Dr Mahany of f Omdnltig O ll1inl nml Dr 1 Mctjuirk Mctjuirkof ldll1lrkof
of Si HI PiiulV InlI Imu ur ls Harlem I Is rlenum Inther Fin luur Chldwick Chldwickwill hldwltkwill hr Iii wick wickwill
will probably II be < miuie rector of f home other otherchurch olhrchurch otherchurch
church
n 111 1211 m SOWFALL 01111 iv I MAMTOISA MAMTOISAThree 1II1nlUlbrlt l11X17OIftThree
Three Feel Keep 1111 In Many Ian Ilarrn Illa15lInl Illa15lInllorlll llacestorstStorni Woril WorilStorm
Storm In Vrars VrarsWIXNIPKO ICSNINt1PKfl lIn lInWI
WIXNIPKO WI INt1PKfl > I IIKO Man Sept 14 I The greater greaterpart greaterpart lllIllr lllIllrporI
part of Manitoba and Northwest Territory Territoryexieriene TerrilorexperltIH Territoryexiwyriunmcsci
exieriene exiwyriunmcsci xl llat last night arid lUll today todll the worst worststorm worttorm worststornim
storm in years High wind nd accompanied accompaniedby
by a heavy hea downpour of rain which Inter Interturned InllrIIrned laterturned
turned to snow and swept the entire entlrlcOlnt count ry rydoing rydoing r rdoing
doing much damage to farm buildings buildingscrops bullclugtlcropt Luituilmigscrops
crops and an stock stockThe stoeltTine tocl toclThe
The snow covers the ground in many manyplaces IIIanyJlIUCtR macnyhiItC5
places to the depth of three feet feetHARRY feetllItJ feetIIlIfItF
HARRY llItJ 11 HIRSH 4 siiiiin siiiiinVniinic SUUJIollnc S1II1lIeulng
Vniinic ollnc Lawyer uf < if Urtiokljn Shoots Him Himself IIhll1lr thinelf
self elf In a Ron Ro Rowboat boat un Highland Lake LakeVKNOOE IaklVK LakeVENOQE
VKNOOE VK > OOE N Y Sept 14 HThe The dead body bodyof bod bodof
of Harry M Hirsh a younr lawyer of 175 175Hancock 175Hancock l7 l7Hancock
Hancock street Brooklyn was found in II arowboat IIrowhoal iirowboat
rowboat on Highland I Lake ako yesterday by byJohn hyJohn byJohn
John Molloy Mollo and Joseph Phillips of Brook Brooklyn BrookIyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn lurch had committed suicide for in inhis inhli inhis
his right temple was an ugly lgl wound from a aC8calibre aIIcollhre a28calibre
C8calibre revolver The weapon was found fOllndin foundin
in the bottom of the boat and also the theclothing Iheclothing theclothing
clothing of the dead man which bore the thetrademark thotradomark thetrademark
trademark of A J Nutting Co Brooklyn BrooklynYoung BrooklnYoung BrooklynYoung
Young Hireh was about 25 5 years of age ageand ag agand ageand
and for several seasons had been a summer summervisitor f suniniervisitor ummrI
visitor I ltor to Highland Lake He is the son of ofIsaac ofIsaac ofIsaac
Isaac E Hirsh who is a manufacturer in inCanal inCanalltreet inCanal
Canal Canalltreet street Now ew York His identity wan wanrevealed wasrevealed i irevealed
revealed by the finding of portions of a day
book and other papers tonight with the thename thenamo thename
name of the suicide written thereon One Onepaper Onepaper Onelaper
paper was a deed partly made out and dated datedSept datedSe datedSept
Sept Se > t 11 11ninths IIHlrshlI 11llirahs
ninths parents haveibeon notified of their theirsons theirlIonR theirsons
sons death and the body is now at Shohola ShoholaPa
Pa awaiting further Investigation InvestigationAt invaitigat ion ionAt
At the Hirsch home 175 Hancock street streetBrooklyn stretBrooldyn StreetBrooklyn
Brooklyn it was said last night ni ht that the thefamily thefamily thefamIly
family was away away in New P Hampshire for the thesummer tbeIummer tinesunrimer
summer Nothing had been heard there of oftho oftho oftire
tho suicide suicideHarry lIuicldeHarry suictdeHarry
Harry Hirsch was 18 a son of Isaac Kflrsch Kflrschand Hlrsehand lrschand
and lived at home with his hl < parents parentshis
his hi brother Edward and a sister He Hewas HoWIlR Hewas
was 23 years old and had only recently recentlyeen
been > een admitted to the bar He was < associated associatedin
in business with Frank Borrell a real estate estatedealer eslatedealer estatedealer
dealer of 1078 Bedford flf avenue Brooklyn BrooklynYoung BrooklynYoung
Young Hirschfs sight had been failing for forsome forsome
some time and ho feared total blindness blindnessThis blindnessThis
This is thought to have been the cause of his hissuicide irissuicide
suicide suicideSHOT suicideShOT
SHOT 111 A IGUT JXTRlDER JXTRlDERNorth IXTIIUIJERNorth
North Tonawanda Man Seriously Wounded Woundedby
by b a Wouldbe Housebreaker HousebreakerNORTH IhrnsebrcakerNORTH
NORTH TONAWANDA N Y Sept H HCharles 14Charles ¬
Charles Pedt lies at his home here in a adangerous adangerous
dangerous condition as the result of a bullet bulletin
in his neck fired by a man who he says saystried saystried
tried to force an entrance into his huso husolost busoIes
lost night Peter Kopasky is locked up upfor upfor
for doing the shooting shootingPedt shootingPedt
Pedt was awakened shortly after 2 oclock oclockby oclockby
by somebody trying to pry open n window windowin
in the dining room Ho dressed hurriedly hurriedlyand hurriedlyand
and with a heavy club in his hand went wentto wentto
to investigate He found a man at the thowindow thewindow
window and struck at him with the club clubTho clubThe
The man dodged the blow pulled a re revolver revolver ¬
volver and fired three shots at Pedt who whosank whosank
sank to the ground with a bullet in his hisright irisright
right cheek cheekPodt cheekPedt
Podt recognized the man as Kopasky Kopaskyand Kopaskyand
and the police soon afterward arrested arrestedhim arrestedhlnm
him A 82calibre revolver with every everychamber everychamber
chamber empty was found on his person personA personA
A doctor was called and found that the thebullet thebullet
bullet that struck Pedt had taken a down downward downward ¬
ward course lodging in the neck Owing Owingto
to a profuso hemorrhage it was impossible impossibleto
to extricate it itrSEO itsEt
rSEO sEt A 4 ItLACKACK OS HIS WIFE WIFEIlrat hJIFEfleat
Ilrat Her Into rnrongclniignrss tnennselouinesaiIeId Held In InMl000 InlOW
Ml000 lOW Hall HallSamuel StallSarnmrel
Samuel PaulingpalK of 57 Monroe street streetNewark streetNewark
Newark was arraigned before Judge JudgeSchalk JudgeSchialk
Schalk in thn I ho Third precinct court in New Newark Newark ¬
ark yesterday morning and put under underSlOM
SlOM 1090 ball to await the nation of th firand firandJury ranmui ranmuiJury
Jury H IL wis charged with bluing his hiswife hiswife
wife A murderous looking leilliT huit Ii r black blackjack blackjack ¬
jack of unusual size was exhibited in court courtMrs cornrtMrs
Mrs Paulingpatr said that her lmnbnrd lmnbnrdcnine hntnsh > neui neuicame
came home sol soiror > er on Sunday night but in inan inan
an ugly framo of mind anti after knocking knockingher
her down with a blow between the t ire eyes eyestruck eyesstiitclc
truck hr on the I lie forehead with svit It the I be black blackjack lmhackjack ¬
jack After she had fallen he continued continuedto toot muted mutedI
to I 0 hat 1 at and kink In irk hr hrHer h ° r rher
Her daughter ran out and railed In two twopolicemen Iwooolicsnmen
policemen who found the woman insensi insensible insonsihit ¬
hit on the floor with her face covered with withblood withblood
blood They took her husband and her to tothe totIme
the station whore her injuries were at attended attomrded ¬
tended to anti she was allowed to co homo homoHo inonnelie
Ho Is now in jail in default of bail bailTKKMET hailTEXIIET
TKKMET oirvivi tor tor1oinplalns OP OPCoimmplalins
1oinplalns That the Edison Company CompanyAnnojs onipan onipanAltutOs
Annojs Ills Tenants With With finders findersPoliceman tnielSIollcenmumn
Policeman Edward ONoil of the West WestFortyseventh WestFortyseventlm
Fortyseventh street station owns the thehouse tIrehoiis
house at 327 East Forlyfirst street Ho Hocomplained HeOnmphainPti
complained In the Yorkville police court courtyesterday courrtyesterday
yesterday that t James Chisholm tho I he chief chiefengineer cinkfengiuueor
engineer of the power houso of the Iii Edison EdisonElectric EdirtormElectric
Electric Lighting Company nt the foot of ofKast ofEast
East Thirtyninth street permitted the thecompanys tinecornpnniyns
companys chimneys to be in a nuUnnre nuUnnreTho imurisommeeTire
Tire policeman had alwnit a cjunrt of fine finecinders finecinders
cinders and coal particles which he said saidhad saIdhind
had entered tho opened windows of his hishouse liirulnotrso
house from the tall chimneys of thin power powerhouse powerhornse
house greatly annoying his tenants Ionic IxiuisIrvine Ioniclsvluie
Irvine of tho ttr East Side Protective Associa Association Associatitin ¬
tion also complained that the chimneys chimneysbelched ehimmmnuysbrlchd
belched black smoke and cinders in viola violation slohnlion ¬
lion of law lawMagistrate lawMagistrate
Magistrate Cornell hold the engineer in
30 0 for trial trialIIOVlV trialhlOMt
IIOVlV lVW TWO TlJ CHIUHtEXattXE CHIUHtEXattXEBrother 1I1L1RtGOXEBrother
Brother Informs the Iollre Inuicehiuisband Husband Kaji KajiNothing SaiNoltnIng
Nothing NothingS
S IV P Mirhine of Manhattan notified notifiedPolice notifiedPollee
Police attain Cumminns of the Fourth Fourthprerict honnrthprecict
prerict Jersey City ity yesterday that his hissister hissister
sister Mrs Assod Shomon her sixyearold sixyearolddaughter sixyearolddauginter
daughter Mary and his elrvenyearold elrvenyearoldsister
sister sist Pr Margaret Mlrhlge Mirhi 1g have ha ye boon missing
from their home MM Communipaw avenue avenuesinre acnuuresince
since Sept 7 7Mr 7Mr
Mr Shamon told Capt apt Cummings that thatMrs thatMrs
Mrs Shamon had no reason for desert deserting in R
him him He h1 did not explain why ho waited waitedfor waitedfur
for his brotherinlaw hrrt huiriim Itias to t o report that I lui t they theywere I iua3 iua3tere
were missing missingPiishnl missinigItihieiI
Piishnl fop op Away tssa nnd Stabbed Prisoner IrlnonrrPoliceman Prisonerlolieenirmum
Policeman Reilly of th I Im ° Firnt prooinol prooinolJersey lurciunctJersey
Jersey City it y arrested Eugene McCarthy McCarthyoarly Mcuirt by byenrly
oarly yesterday morning for striking IVmiis IVmiisHurley DnrnrnsilunrIcy
Hurley While hile they were on Hi I It wiry to tothe toI
the I ln station stat inn house Hurley hnrr1e pushed tho t he crp crpaside crpaskhe
aside and a nh slabbed st a Iuhnetd the t I no prisoner in the t iii ab abdomen a ii iidomtni ¬
domen McCarthy was sent to the city
hospital in IT critical erit ical condition ronidit ion rnd Hurley Hurleywns
was locked up upltrn urphrommnrit
ltrn hrommnrit nrd Man heir to a Fortune FortuneOYRTRR lorlnnrOisrpit
OYRTRR BAV BA I L I Sept it James Finn Finnwhoce Fiurnwhose
whose body was found in I ru the n lie bay lust Fri Friday Frida5 ¬
day wits I o come into possession of innno innnotomorrow ttnIsttt
tomorrow t oumnutrrow lIre monny was left to I o him I u bit by bynn I Ia
nn a un aunt who died recently rece nt ly InHuntington InHuntingtonFinn I a I in rut i rngu on onFinnut
Finn who wart Hinployed on n barge wns to tolie toI
lie I t married on Sunday Mu ndniy next nextSHIRTS nx I ISHIRTS
SHIRTS SHIRTSARE
ARE THE BEST BESTAT BESTAT
AT THE PRICE PRICECLUETT PRICECLUETT
CLUETT PEABODY CO
I
Untasted Food FoodDont
Dont turn with loathing from fromwholesome fromwholesome
wholesome food I Regain a hearty
healthy healthyappetite appetite regain your strength strengthrebuild strengthrebuild
rebuild your flesh revitalize your yournerves yournerves
nerves by taking takingDr takingDr
Dr Greenes GreenesNervura GreenesNervura
Nervura Nervurathe
the worlds greatest nerve tonic and andstomach andstomach
stomach regulator Read the expcii expc
ence of Mr Colin R Dunn 14 Mintoa MintoaSt MintorSt
St Dorchester Mass Mr Dunn says saysI says saysI
I was in very poor health and andweighed andweighed
weighed but 92 pounds and my my stom stomach ibm ibmccii ¬
ach was in such poor condition that I Icould Icould
could not enjoy my food I secured a abottle abottle
bottle of Dr Greenes Nervura and andwhen andwhen
when I had taken one bottle I was wasable wanable
able to eat a great deal better and felt felta
a desire for food so I continued taking
it Today I weigh 131 ri pounds and andinstead andinstead
instead of going about on crutches I Ican Ican
can walk and enjoy myself like any anjrether anyother
ether young man manRecommended mauiRecommended
Recommended and sold by all drug druggists druggists ¬
gists For free medical advice write to toDr toDr
Dr Greene nor Fifth Ave NY Y City CityCARPET it itCARPET
CARPET CARPETFOB fl flCLEAN
CLEAN SING SINGFor
FOB 40 it YEARS FSTAIIIJSIIKI > 1NM 1NMIIMhnd 151331thnt
IIMhnd nptodate r iniprmd < Air I tied tied5i ed edWork
Work 5i ork doneprnmptliand clone promptly and when promised promisedlirlUllnic prountied17eiitiIni
lirlUllnic Sewing A t Kplavlnn itciaInmnTelephonci
Telephonci 3267 TH TH113185th AVE AVENEAR
ll111Mh ll111MhIIISfiMh 1 1i1sh
IIISfiMh IIISfiMhT i1sh NEAR 28th ST STll111Mh STTI
T TI M STEWART STEWARTGrand
Grand Central Switch IiiRliio on a Tear TearA learA
A switch engine hauling n train of emptr emptrpassenger ennptrpacsenngur
passenger conches of the New York New NewHaven NowHaven
Haven and Hartford Ilojlrond failed to tobring tobring
bring its load to a standstill as it entered enteredthn ontereutthur
thn Jrand Central Station last night It Itwont Itsseurt
wont ploughing Into U h i rig through t Ii rounglm tho t he bumper at the thehend I ito itohead
head of Truck 10 and didnt stop until untilit trot ii iiit
it was half way up the concrete concourse concourseoutsido conennirseonrtsidc
outsido of the liig waiting room roomIll roomHUSINFS
Ill HUSINFS SINKS1 NOTICES NOTICESSirs
Sirs wimlnwN Snothlnff syrup for children childrenIfflhlnr chilitrenumerututnm
Ifflhlnr merututnm Mittens the gums rrnms reiiiicm Inflnmmstlna Inflnmmstlnal lnrttrnznnrmetrcaUaa
Uaa l y pile cures wlnu colic illnrrhma We c A botlle botlleMARRIED birtrIIARRI
MARRIED MARRIEDOUnRWlNNOn IIARRI EL ELuNctnirwmN
uNctnirwmN OUnRWlNNOn on Monday Sept II IBnl IBnlnt tt3rut
nt SI Thnmiu3 Church New York culT hr hrtlio bTnrc
tlio Ret Krnrst M Ktlres j tires P t rn Murjorle Murjorledniilfhtrr MsrJorltrtrmurthucr
dniilfhtrr nf Mr and Mrs Frrderleh Wllllan Wllllanliwlnn iIllIenwlnn
liwlnn wlnn of Montrlalr N J 1 to Mortimer Itrrrltl ItrrrltlSinger MrrnlntSinror
Singer rf f New York city son on of the late ILiac UaacA
A Singer
DiED D11CDBROWS DiEDiunOwiamrs
BROWS iunOwiamrs Jamrs llrnnm buoyed husband of Mn MnJamei MciJames
James Drown at t his reildenc 51 Kast SSth at atSunday atSnindy
Sunday Sept 11 11Funeral t1Inunerimi
Funeral from the Church of St Irtuithu Ixiyols IxiyolsPark Leot LeotIark
Park nv and H4th St on Wedneiday Sept 18 18nt nilit
nt inn A M Kindly ornll flowers flowersCOIOBUT miowemCOrDOItT
COIOBUT At Tuxedo Park Sunday liOn Inn IrutMarlr InnMrle
Marlr Margaret Coudrrt wdnvr of CbarlM CbarlMCoudrrt Cbxr13ourlert
Coudrrt CoudrrtTunernl ourlertruneral
Tunernl service wilt he held at fit t Patricks PatricksPathedral mnurrlcknlitttredram
Pathedral 5th st av New York WrdnrjiJay WrdnrjiJaymornln tVrdneadarnmonrumne
mornln Ht half hlfpct pant II oclock oclockHAISKV nrloclliLSE
HAISKV dn tin Mnndiy Sept M 1IW1 al Newark NewarkN pwitrk pwitrkN
N t Cornelia Italdwln daiifhter < if Jowp JowpA JrirnluuA
A and Hllza tlildwln HaLvj lrreaird lrreairdFunrrnl tteai1inrrarumm
Funrrnl services at her late are home Ml 0 Part Partpi Isr Isrntt
pi on Wednesday ftt 3 P M Relative ard ardfriend nrdfrlenrii
friend arc Invited to attend Interment at atMnunt n nitntturnt
Mnunt Plraiant Cemetery CemeteryIIAKTSIIOHNK Ceaietrr3riisrtrSurflrtNF
IIAKTSIIOHNK Killed In Sarnnr Iftlllp11 Iftlllp11vt ihtlnrrlIiintl
lIiintl vt nd < Ian 2 1 052 2 llenjamln Mlntum MlntumIvirne trait traittnrn
Ivirne Captain Seventh Ignited states InfanT InfanTson mien mienSen
son of Kdward M and Ixtulsc W IMrtshomf IMrtshomfInlernicnl irantshrrnlfI
Inlernicnl I rut cmiii at Mlddlctnwn N J t Sept mr 15 n IMi IMiIATTIWN raaiAnln
IATTIWN iAnln rtN On tnt Sunday Sept IS llohef llohefhusband mtohe mtoheirnustranid
husband of Catharine A i Patlbon In the thryrnr th thyear
year < if f hl < set nitcFuneral setIriniral
Funeral nervlred at hh late residence 53 K r rasia I Innm
asia nv 5 llmoklyn on n Tucsdar nt N I rssntoV SI SISAHONYOn
SAHONYOn ssntoV on Sept 13 nina lltii Snrnnr SnrnnrM
M years yearsFuneral yearsFrineral
Funeral nn Tuiwday afiernnon at 19 n r a athe Cl ClI
the I he funeral chnpel eb a itel of sirplien MTT MTTtialmlnc t ttrrinnutnrr
tialmlnc Inilltutr 2 ll 313 Veit 23il 3it 3ittI n nSIIKIUVOnt
SIIKIUVOnt tI I i rtssi i1L Suddenly nn Sitirday SitirdayMary Sir uritat i irary >
Mary K i sv Sberwond wlfi of tile Iii I r i iShrsntI lf lfShiTwnoil
ShiTwnoil of Ihli ibm rlty rltyFuneral intl7tinnrl
Funeral scrlcc atm kts nt St lohns chureh churehN trnnnc trnnncN
N Y 5 tilt in Tiic d y Sipi r rAMlnllM t tNItturtI
AMlnllM On in Sipi II inn1 at the r rSiiici rSear
Siiici Sear Hotel Ocian inive rt J J try It Itliornc IIiirrru
liornc n u t l > In his llh yar yarFuneral rimrFinerat
Funeral services aervit will lie u taut ftt the ur ur55 r rMeiliiidlsi
Meiliiidlsi Iliiirrh llnsiVlllc 55 fi I IN s sNewirl
Newirl N r s 1 Tiiraday Sepi H i m t t tstmmnu A AViUMiis
NI N n Niit Niiti n I II
ViUMiis stmmnu u u rs M Mmililalr
i I uulnu St 1it if f ldrtnnl M Vuorhe i in inyi I Ir
yi r of f lirr ug ugIuneMl lieMit
IuneMl Mit rlceH Tiwla > Sepe IV at ittrri v vdfnrcif
dfnrcif trri V her i daiiirhtir Mr sr r 1 I ii II I It
i Miiiiniiin in Mnnirlali Mnnirlalinr s 1 > I Iair
nr on ihiarrhnl I ii itrrts ci f UKZ1 nit 35r I sn lri lriwaiiim u r rw
waiiim w it urns mail u rarrlano I it rrinta In Ii Wiiinni WiiinniWllsiiN Stti C I Cl Clit
WllsiiN it 715 DII tnt sanirili Sp t I in invIf
ivlfe vIf of tT William I Wilvin St and li linf I < llr
nf lr I Irntl aiim it r anil Ihe In IV I II li
I or erS ir I 4 ft fttlrtau
tlrtau Ii t aU4iau aU4iaut1tr
t1tr 1 liutit
i I

xml | txt