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HOW HOONECANBESTGRO ONE CAN BESTGROW BEST GROW OLD OLDTill OLDTlIf OLI OLITi
Till Ti ltE IIEI Hit I Ill SAVAGE SAJAGEFINDS FINDS FINDSTFII A ATYIK A1T1
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Llft or HIP llrv llobert Collyer Coli fer Paitor PaitorInirrltiia Pu PutclIiirrlttIA r rtlllrrllllll
Inirrltiia of tile Mental Church ChorohS Chur ChurnipathetlcalI
S > nipathPtlcally 01 Drawn by Ills Co CoIaMorCranilly CDla CiIatnr
IaMorCranilly la Iatnr Or Grandi Grown to Klchty KlchtyTim ElshtThl1 IIghtT1i
Tim T1i Roy Re Dr > Mn Minot ° t J Savage preached preachedto
to a large lar e congregation In the Church of ofthn ort a athe
the t A Mfwinh yostorday on o Growing Old OldTim OldThl OldTlui
Tim Ilnbrow pool he said said1 described diorlbodflA It Itas
as a fvitl bufllnoss but It is Inevitable it Itnatural is isnatural isnatural
natural It ought to be sweet and fair fairI
I think it la one of tho most pitiful pltlt 11 things thingsIn thln thlnIn
In the world he said eufd1 eufd1Uto Uto to live BO thatyour thatyourwifi tyou tyouiit
wifi wf nd your friends are relieved when whenyou whe wheyOU
you 01 got through thlol h I wan at least a few fewppoplo tewpOplo fe fepoil0
ppoplo to 0 be Je sorry when I go and I would wouldrather wouldrIlther woulrallier
rather K go ° this M minute and have them them sorry sorrythan sorrythan eorr eorrthan
than walt ten or twenty years longer and andhave andhne an anhave
have them Rind lnd There is a pathos about aboutgrowing aboutgrowln aboti abotigrowifl
growing old on the part of those people peopleihat peopleIhat peopihat
ihat do not grow rich and ripe ripeDr rlpeDr ripeDr
Dr Savago cited his coworker the Rev BevJlol RevRober Be Beflober
Jlol Rober > er Collyer oller pastor pas tor emeritus of oUhe the Church Churchof Churoof
of trio Messiah as a man who ho Is grandly grandlygrowing grandlygrown grandigroWtflg
growing grown old and he drew this picture of ofMr 01Ir a a1r
Mr Ir Collyers life and the lesson le on in it itVou Itrou itlou
lou and I know ono example of a life nobly noblylived nobi nobilive
lived of grandly growing old Eighty years yearstso year yearaeoa ears earsnaIL
naIL tso A 111 lIttle tie boy the oldest of a group ouP was born bornThey bornIn hot hotIn
In a IIttl little two roomed cottage In x orkabtre orkabtre1he orkihLriThey
They 1he were poor poort but It WAIl W an honest sturdy sturdyitocK Iturd IturdItock eturditock
itocK like that tha tbaL which has nurtured < l thou thousands tbou13nrl thoufaIiIi3 ¬
13nrl sands of the best men that the world w r1d has hasTbis bnalet ha halitUe
let Tbis IR little boy played ate what he could couldget couldiPt coal coalget
get slept droamed grow IIro By and by he hewas heas ii iiwiLe
was as the fortunate possessor of a few te pennies penniesand penniesand penniesand
and hero happened Bometlilnr typical of the thewhole thewhole th thwhOle
whole life a prophecy of whiit w wlii hilt was to be and andhis andha an anliie
his ha b been < n from from that day to thli With this thiswhich thishlcb thu thuwhich
which hlcb was wealth to him himand and I know what whatIt wbatIt who whoft
It meant meanttho the miostlon 1111ll tlon was debated debat < < i AS e eIvhAther to towhether towhether
whether It should be spent for taffy or a book bookand bookand boo booand
and the book won The higher triumphed triumphedand triumphedand
and it has been triumphing ever since sinceHe ainceIii
He not only onl loved the moors and the sunset sunsetand sun auneeland let letand
and the birds am 111111 the summer and the winter winterbut wlnterbut winteibut
but his heart was naturally touched with the theInstinct theIntlnot Iii Iiinitinet
Instinct for religion and the religion shaped shapedthn ehapedIA ehape ehapetIn
tIn life and itself took shape from thedoml thedomlnnnt thedomlnant thedonilnant
nant Influences about him lie grew up was wasapprenticed WIISapprenticed wit witapprenticed
apprenticed to u 1 blacksmith and worked at atthn atIhp a athe
the anvil He became a alethodlnt local localpreacher looalpreacher loon loonpreacher
preacher He e struck blows on the hot soft softened sortpnod eof I Irood ¬
rood Iron and ho struck blown for or truth and andright IIndrhlht imni imniright
right and love In other shops of work as well wellBy wellBy wellBy
By and by us he grow and alllllon loved > d and mated matedopportunity nlat matedhe d dh
h he began to long for Ii larJIPr lire a wide wideopportunity Ider Ideropportllnlty
opportunity and so came ncro acroec st a lhA Iie great greatn griiaea
1111 to the these IIhores Ire In New York ror fo foIt
n little and the theIn then we nnd him a blackllmth blackllmthIn
In Penneylvnnln only n little way a from Philadlphia Phila Philadelphia Pbl a adll1hla ¬
delphia working worklnl at the forge and and still preach preachInu preachInll preachma
Inu his gospel as be sees 111 it itHo lIlie
Ho 11 believes In n 1 better Ood and a more morehopeful morehOf mon monhotxtul
hopeful hOf > ful humanity than most mo t of those that thatare thatarf tha thaam
are am about him and no wins the ever to be behonored blhonored hi hihotiorod
honored title of heretic He comee to thn thnnotice thAMike thinofico
notice of him who was 118 father and fnlencfrom friend friendfrom rrlendfrom
from that day until be died diedgood good noble nobleDr npbltDr nobliLit
Dr Fiirnlim Furnl a By and by he was asked to topreach toIn It Itjneacli
preach In Dr Furnlsss pulpit and now comes comestils comlaIs compiliii
tils Is first ftr t great Iirc t victory Dr FiirnlM has to togo t tgo
go West to marry marr a couple In Cincinnati Cincinnatiand Cinclnnatland Cincinnatiand
and asks a ks this young man to preach for him himand himandnrter himand
and andnrter after he gets out there ho wants to rtnjj rtnjjwhether IItaynnothfJr etst etstanother
another Sundn Sunday 110 ho IIOnde home to nn < 1 1Olt
Olt Ir he IIIn M spard he wants to know knowwbpthpr knmwhether
whether the supply has been satisfactory satisfactoryenough 5Iltlarictor 5Iltlarictornoullh satIefactorenough
enough so o that they can get along well weUnoullh weUnoullhfor enough enoughfor enougifor
for another Sunday And word comes to tohim toIm ii iihim
him Im that be h can stay etayjtiat Just aa long as he pleases pleasesthey plell8esthe pieaeesthey
the they find no fault with the supply supplyAnd supplynd eupplyAnd
And nd so he comes II Into our larger and wo wobelieve w wbelieve 1111bdleve
believe grander ministry lie goei oee to Chi Chirago Chieago
rago and starts a ministry among the poor poorout poorOlt
out of which grows the great elt Unity Church ChurchHe ChufChHe
He becomes famous In England and In Inhl InAmerlon I IAmerica
America as wellna welt as a preacher and lecturerhis lecturer
hl his namo a household word wordThen wordTheD wordThen
Then pomes the ftretheidevastation ftrel fIre the deva deatatInn tatlon the thecovery t thishock hI hIIhock
shock the hUndred the hA d deepair pnlr Then rf rfcovery ricovery
covery and out of It a Unity fairer than that thatwhich tbathIcli thaiwhich
which hIcli was burned And then twentyfour twentyfouryears twentrourYPNI twentyfontyiare
years ago be comes to New York and to this thischurch UIIIIhurel thu thuchurchj
church and you know what his life has been beenas beeras
as he has gone In and out among you as he heeverybody hehils ho hobaa
baa chrlstened the children married the theyoUnM thuyoung
young man and women u he hal stood with withyou
you In your our ho111l ot BOrrow b by the casket caakett casketcitednIng I
t nt41ntnll th08l you oaUed your dead deudHe deadHe
He has won a name here and anr the love ot ottel7body ofeverybody
everybody that has known J Jnever him I have haveaever ha8never
never heard that he had an enemy It fie Ie has hasone hlVone hasone
one It Is of the kind a man mlUlshouid should be honored honoredtor bonarfdInr
tor possessing poaaiMn 08 t8 nr he has huno no enemies among amongtno amonllthnp amongthoe
tno thnp e Who ho love truth and care for the right rightown 111htAnd rightPnd
And nn now he has grown own old among you youto youh youhe
h he hal climbed 10 the heIght or 80 yelr8 but butIII butto
to my mind there Is no pathos pllth03ln In a sad d senseabout sense senseabout senaeabout
about It I know his life has grown a little littlelonely littlelonely littlelonely
lonely some of those who stood nearest near t to tohim tohim tohim
him and whom he clasped to his heart with withInfinite withInlnlt withInflnite
Infinite tenderness t have faded rade > d Into the un unseen unP UnHeen ¬
seen P < but be and I I and all of us know that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the are not lost he knows It he believes believesit
it and his pathway in the streets li not walkedwithout walked walkedof walkedwithout
without without CODlpllnlonshlp the Invisible forma tormsof formaof
of those he tenderly 1 1and loves and expect by byand byand
and by b to see again walk by his side they theykeep theyk theykeep
keep k ep him company In his room they the visit visithim vIsithlmlD vialthim
him hlmlD him in the dreams of his sleeping hours hoursHe boursHe ioure iourelie
He his hrLSgrown grown grandly old 0Id80yeara old8O 80 years climbed climbedto
to the mountain mountain summit and away over overthere overIhere overthere
there he > tees eei the th sunset slln t But there IB nothing nothingsad nothlnMd nothingMd
Md about it for he knows that ns In Clods Clodslunseta nodsRuneetll ledseuneets
lunseta here the going down of that orb orbmeans orbmMM orbmcmi
means the rising of countless others grander grandergreater granderreRler grandergreater
greater < < brighter than that tbatIt it means tho thoopening thoOplnlnll thoopening
opening of the universe to his advancing advancingfeet adlU1clnlrrppt
feet feetHe He looks back to the Yorkshire moore moorsand mooreRnd mooreand
and remembers the boy he sees the young youngman younlman youngman
man his first love the birth of his children childrenami childrenami childrenand
ami all nh that has made his life varied and rich richnmUswect richRnllwe richAflCUMUCvt
nmUswect Rnllwe t and now at the last IIIIthe ho In I surrounded surroundedby
by nil that should accompany old nge IIglove IIglovehonor tigelovehonor love lovehonor
honor obedience and troops of friends friendsAll trlendsAll friendsAll
All of us tL love him all of us are iliad hn was washorn washorn washorn
horn nil of us are glad that ho has grown grownold grownold rown rownole
old ole And when by and by byOod Ood postpone postponethe postponetue lostponothe
the day dah8 he shall say gopdby to u UI I I for one onefhall onehlJll onehuil
fhall not count It proodby but only good goodnight 1I00dnlllht goodnight ¬
night and I shall look for a handclasp handolll p InIto in intho InIho
Ito morning morningV morningIx
I Ix V HONOR HO OR OF BERLIOZ 11ERLIOZThe BERLIOZ111e
The Symphony Orchestra and Walter Waltern Waiterflamroeth alter alterOamr08tJI
Oamr08tJI n mro rli Give a Memorial ConcertAt Concert ConcertAt
At Carnegie amf IA Hall yesterday afternoon afternoonthe
the New ew York Symphony Orchestra Walter WalterDamroRch WaIter3mro WalterTamroech
DamroRch 3mro h conductor gave a concert to torra torra torca
rra U tho centenary of tho hlrth of Hector HectorB
B iioz lio tho th most distinguished Frenoh Frenohrompowsr Frenohomp08r Frenchomposor
rompowsr of tho last century The pro programme prorllInmo programmo ¬
gramme rllInmo comprised selections from Rome Romeof eomeIf OmeIt
of It his most important works The flist flistgroup fillltroup flictgroup
group consisted of the overture to BenSiflllto Ben Benvcmito Benpnuto
vcmito Cellini a cavatina from Act I Iand Iand Isoul
and air from Act III and tho Carnaval CamavalRrinrin Carnavalnrm Carnavalflrinin
Rrinrin nrm ln overture which is frequently frequentlyplayed trequentlypL frequentlyPhyd
played pL rd between tho first and second note noteof aolaof actsof
of this operaThen opera operaThen operaThrn
Then followed the song 1I0n Sur les Lagunes Lagunesfrom Laguneltrom Lagunesfrom
from TB Nulls dEte the overture to tonpatrico torlllrcA toJlcatrlce
npatrico rlllrcA and Benedict and a duet from fromAct rromAct fromct
Act ct II of the same opera the march of the thepiifirims thep thepligrimil
piifirims p riml from tho Chlldo Harold sym symphony smphOD symphonytiicSanctue ¬
phony phonytiicSanctue thpSanctus thf 83nctls from the theitequiem Requiem Mass Massand Massand Massnnl
and the usual three Ihrf instrumental excerpts excerptsfrom excerptsrrom excerpts1mm
from tho Damnation do Faust It was wastho wasII
II thoroughly Interesting programme 1ro ramme for rortho forti
ti tho vocnl numbers from fromllm Benvonuto Cal Caland Cellim
llm nnd the overture to Beotrlco and andHnodici andH andhepciIjr
Hnodici H nlllrl wore novelties At any rate rateMr rateIr ratsMr
Mr Ir Damropch had been b en unable to find any anyrecord anyrrord anyrcord
record of previous performances in this thiscountry thisrOllnto thiscountry
country countryihu
Tho Bcntrico and Benedict overture overturei
i is a bright and ingratiating composition compositionhnilt compos1tlonhlllll
hnilt on lines familiar in the overtures overturesof
of llcrlioz but so full of sparkling gayety gayetyMid gayetyBrld gayetyami
Mid humor that it fully justified Mr Dam IJamrowhs lJnmrmdls Damrruuciis
rowhs ptaiao of it as a model comedy comedyoverture comedyOrlIre comedyOvrltlje
overture The vocal numbers from theills the theHIM theiI
HIM iI t opera named are very simple and andsound nndoun11I andIounui
sound oun11I u trifle archaic in these days of highly higluypiced hl highlyiiilCtni l y yllcll
piced music musicTioy mUotlelIfr musicl
Tioy l 03 have a certain serenity of atmon atmonIherp at atmoslhero mOd mOdIhrorro
Iherp however howecrrwlilch which is not without its itsharm Itsharn itscharn
harm TheydifT TheydifTnd The They drnor dilTer much from the gloomy gloomyand IoomyRnd
and nd pessimistic a Sur > lee Lagune03 which whlohrargucrite whichIariucrite
Marguerite Hall sang with much feeling feelingMrs teellnIf feelingMrs
Mrs If HUsem do Moss was heard with withIlpasure withlrl8l1r withCOsUri
Ilpasure lrl8l1r COsUri in Ii the I he cavatina oaV tina and the duet with withMlKB withILII withlii
MlKB ILII lii Hall while hlle Dan Beddoes a tenor tenorsir tenorfrom tenorfrocis
from tht Middle West san eang the second secondair
sir 81ir ir from rain Benvcnnto Cellini and the solo soloin solon soloin
81 in n tho tIi Scinctus Ho wan W II heard for the first firstline fIrsttluiie
tluiie line 1111 hero h rI1 IIo Deemed to ho hoarse and ando andto
10 o sing ing witH Homo effort In the circum circumanr circUni1anco
p 1anco > anr s uriticLsm critici 111 may be put aside Achorus A Achorus Arhorlls
chorus fiom tio t if Oratorio Society took tookcare tookIr tookcare
care Ir of the th o oorul oral part of thoSanctus thoSanctusThe
The orchestra was aa especially happy happyin
in its performance of the Benvenuto Cel Cellini Cellini CclIitil ¬
lini overture oerturewhichwas which wan II given with spirit spiritlth spiritItl spiritiItli
iItli lth Itl well marked shading and with pro proculon proclh proelsion
culon clh lon Mr Damrosch made some remarks remarksabout remarksabout
about 1 Ollt tho Instrumental numbers and out outNnnd outTII outlined
TII lined Ad on the piano tho principal themes themesThe themes18bl them themThe
The audiences appear to like this feature featureof
of o 18bl his concert Aftera time all conduc conductors oonduotOI8 conduotOi ¬
tOi tors may have have to abolish the printed printe l pro proKrammo prDIrammo P Pgrarnm °
Krammo notes and deliver brief lectum
rates
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LIVE TOPICS ABOUT TOWN TOWNA
A delegation from a Tammany district districtclub dletrlctclub disirliclub
club called on Secretory Thomas Smith at atTammany atTammany a aTaminany
Tammany Hall 11 the other day and asked for fora f fft
a loan of tho flags and bunting used u ed in indecorating indllOOl11t1ns J Jdecorating
decorating the Fourteenth street building buildingon buUdln buUdlnon
on festive occasions occasionsWere OOOIISlonsWere occasionsWere
Were going to have a ball baUa said jj jjlender tho tholoader tholender
lender of the delegation and we dont dontwant dontwllnt don donwant
want to be put to the expense of buying buyindecorations
decorations for the hall hallMr hallMr hailMr
Mr Smith explained that when Tammany Tanunan Tanunanhad Tararnanhad
had a celebration a decorator was hired hiredwho h1reawho hire hirewho
who furnished tho bunting and flags But Butthe Butthe Bt Btthe
the leader Insisted In lRled that he was being Ntu Ntudown trim trimdown tiUndown
down and that there must mu t be flags and andbunting andbunting an anbunting
bunting to lend ExSheriff Tom Dunioverheard Dunn Dunnoverheard Dunnoverheud
overheard the conversation conversationSure conversationSure mnvereatlonSure
Sure bovB said he come up up to my myplaoo mypmoo m mpinco
plaoo and Ill give you all the nogs daga you youwont youwant yc ycwant
want wantHe wantHe wontHe
He was thanked profusely when he handed handedthe handedOle handethe
the leader of the delegation his business businesspolitics buslne buslnecnM buslncord
cord Now when Mr Dunn isnt playing playingpolitics playinpolitics
politics he runs a stone yard There the thedelegation theeleiatlon tb tbdelegation
delegation appeared the next day Dunn Dunncalled DunncnUed DuncaUed
called one of his 1 ill workmen workmenPat workmenPat workmenPat
Pat he said 81 d without a smile giv givthsse give givethese glethese
these men all the 6 by 10 flags they can cancarry cancarry ca cacarry
carry carry carryWhen
When the delegation was brought broll ht up upa to toa toa
a pile of flagstones they wild things that thateven thate1en tha thaeven
even Mr Dunn refuses to repeat The Thesequel Thesequelthough Th Thsequelthough
sequel sequelthough though the exSheriff doesnt te teItwas tell tellit 1f1Iitwas
it itwas was that he had to pay a bill billot of 40 for fordecorating fordecoratins to todecorating
decorating the hall hallThe hallThe hailThe
The paragraph in TUB Tu SUN the other day daycalling dayc1Ung da dacalling
calling attention to the fact that the Sown Sowntown aowntown liowrtown
town haberdasheries ore adding depart departments departmenU departmente ¬
menU for women and telling of the likeli likelihood likeli likelihood likellhood ¬
hood that Nassau street or some other otherdowntown otherdOlfIltown othedointown
downtown street may soon have a real realwomans realwomans rca rcawomans
womans department store on a small scale scalehas BOIIleh sealhas
has h 8 drawn an an indignant letter from the only on1 on1downtown
downtown < store for business bu 1ncsa women womenwhich womenwhich womenwhich
which is a mens haberdashery with a awomans nwomans a awomans
womans department The store is In InNassau inNassau Ii IiNassau
Nassau street so the Indignant proprietor proprietorobjects proprietorobjects proprietoobjects
objects strongly to the statement that in insuch insuch Ii Iisuch
such streets downtown not a etoro can be befound betound bi bifound
found where feminine wear can be pur purchased purChafled purchatted ¬
chased chasedOne ChafledOne chattedOne
One year ago we started a department departmentin
in our store and wore the very first ftr t to sell sellladles eel eelladios ell ellladles
ladles goods of any kind says the pro proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬
prietor and in September last we started starteda starteca
a fullfledged department for or ladies ladiesAft ladfcsAll ladlesAs
Aft a matter of fact there theroare are severnlsuoh severnlsuohmens several aevemleucimens uoh i
mens stores with branch departments for forwomen forwomen fo fowomen
women The interesting question Is Iswhether illwhether h hwhothier
whether a real womenH omon department etoriwith store storewith storewith
with an annex for men if they are lucky luckyenough luckyenough luckienough
enough to get in at all wouldnt pay payrecent payAt I
At a recent trial held beforfrDeputjr beforfrDeputjrPolice beforeDeputPolice
Police Commissioner Comrnl loner Davis one of those thosecalled thosecaUed thosacalled
called to testify was W 8 a cop who In former formerdays tormerdays formeidays
days was tho ward Vnrdmnn man In one of the fat fatprecincts tatprecincts fatprecincts
precincts He lI is credited with being a very veryrich veryrich ver3rich
rich man On entering the trial room he hetook hetook hitQok
took a 1 seat on a bench at some distance distancefrom distancefrom distancifrom
from the other policemen assembled a embled there thereand theniand I Iand
and It was W 8 noticeable that his uniform uniformhad unltonnhad unifonirhad
had the appearance of having been better bettertailored bettertailored bettettailored
tailored than the brassbuttoned brass uttoned clothes clothesof clothetof
of the ordinary cop
When his h1 name was W 8 called the exward exwardmon exwardman oxwardman
man fumbled nervously hLJ hi right hand handas
as he stood before the horseshoe desk deskTho deskTho doikTho
Tho curious who had riotlced the fumbling fumblingazed tumblingazed fumblinggazed
gazed azed at the hand to see ee what had caused causedsaw causedhis causedida
his fingers to twitch 110 much All they theysaw
saw was a plain gold ring ringDo ringDo ringDo
Do you solemnly swear beganthe began beganthe beganthe
the Commissioner Then he stopped < and andgazed IU1dgazed andgazed
gazed intently at atthe the large palm held up upberore upbefore
before him Sparkling therein was a dia diamond diamond diamond ¬
mond about the size of a tencent piece pieceAt pieceAt pieceAt
At the bock only the plain gold showed showedCommissioner 8howodCommisRloner showedCommissioner
Commissioner Davis took out his hand handkerchief handkeJthlef handkerchief ¬
kerchief rubbed his eyes and then with witha
a broad smile continued administering administeringthe
the oath oathAmong oathAmong oathAmong
Among the old oldlhlngs things missed from fromthe fromthe fromthe I
the streets in the last few days are the little littlegreen Uttlegreen Littlegreen
green horse cars which ran from the end of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Post Office through the side streets streetson st ston streotson
on the he East Side SW I to If the ferry at the foot of ofof orEast ofEast
East Twentytwra Twentythird street This was one oneor oneof
of the oldest horsecar linen Uneem In this city cityThirty cityThirty cityThirty
Thirty years ago when the cars were first firstput tlrstput firstput
put In use they were called the palace paIaecars palacecars valcecars
cars of the East Bide When Boss BoMtweed BoMtweedand Tweed Tweedand Tweedand
and other leading politicians lived in East EastBroadway EastBroadway EastBroadway
Broadway they always used these cars carson carson carson
on their way to the City at Hall HallIn HaUIn HallIn
In those years said an old conductor conductoryesterday conductoryesterday oonductoryesterday
yesterday we could make a few dollars dollarson dollaron
on a trip when we caught the politicians politiciansin
in the morning on their way to the City CityHall CityHall CityHall
Hall They would offer a quarter or a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half dollar for fare and would always say sayKeep sayKeep sayKeep
Keep the change Time have chan channow ohangea ohangeanow changed changednow
now nowElectric Electric cars are to take the place of the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little green horse cars carsSimple carsSimple carsSimple
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Simple minded Little Syria was stirred stirredrecently stirredrecently stirredrecently I
recently by the report that Elias Joseph Josephwhose J08epbwholofJ Josephwhose I
whose habit of selfeffacement only per permits permlu permits ¬
mits him to got a bare living by sening seningcoffoe sonlngco1oe sorvingcooe
coffoe pastry and hubblebubbles in anultramarine an anultramarine anultramarine
ultramarine room in narrow Carlisle str slret slrethadlr etrethad > t thadinherited
hadinherited hadlr had inherited lerited a fortune beyond counting countingThe countingThe countingThe
The fortune didnt materialize Here is isthe IIIthe Iathe I
the reason rel 80n why whyOne whyOne whyOne
One day last month a letter with a number numberby numberor i
or impressive black characters in the upper upperlert upperleft
left hand corner or the envelope arMed arMedat
at the ultramarine door Translated TraDBlatedby Translatedby
by Khnyyat the literary man of otthequarter otthequarterIt the quarter quarterIt
It offered more money than Joseph had ever everdreamed everdreamed everdreamed
dreamed of In exchange for certain real realestate realelltate realestate
estate In Fortysecond street streetI
I never owned a foot of ground in my mylife myUte myUfe
life gasped the recipient But Ive an anuncle anuncle anuncle
uncle a rich uncle uptown He must be bedead bedead bedead
dead and have left all he had to me meSo meSo meSo
So without withoutvenifying verifying the hypothesis as to tohis tohis tohis
his wealthy relatives demise Joseph hurried hurriedover hurrltdover hurriedover
over into Aladdin land across Broadway Broadwaywhile Broadwaywhile Broadwaywhile
while starting from the lips of the trans translator translator translator ¬
lator the news spread the length of Wash Washington WuhIngton Washington ¬ i
ington street streetWhen strfetWhen streetWhen
When Joseph returned to the ultramarine ultramarineroom I
room he was at onco noncommittal and andIs andIndhnant andindignant
indignant IndhnantIs
Is it then that I am not really I 11 he kept keptrepeating keptrepeating keptrepeating
repeating repeatingIn
In a society where every one knows every everyone everYone everyone
one else by their first names D m a directory Isa is isa Isa
a superfluous convenience Were Little LittleSyria LittleSyria LittleSyria
Syria to look their comrade up in one onehowever onEhowever onehowover
however they would see lee his name enrolled enrolledthere enrollJ enrollJthlre enrolledthere
there once as tho proprietor of an eating eatinghouse tatln tatlnhoullo eatinghouse
house at 8 Carlisle street etre < et and again as a atreasurer atreaeurer area5urer
treasurer at 100 Broadway BroadwayA
A great deal of damage was caused last lastMonday lastMonday lastIonday
Monday at the Academy of Music fire in inBrooklyn InBrooklyn inBrooklyn
Brooklyn from water leaking from the theancient theandent theancient
ancient hose which was run through the theoffice theomce theice
office ice buildings and private houses in the thnvicinity thlvicinity therlcinity
vicinity of the tire The fire was W 8 fiercest fiercestin
in fl the rear of the theatre and as soon as the thnflremon thAfiremAn theromnfl
firemAn romnfl arrived they saw the necessity of ofgetting orgetting ofetting
getting etting at that point To do It there was wasno WIJno waso
no o other way than to run the hone through throughtho throuRhthe throughho
the ho houses in Remsen street and this woe woedone WMdone waslone
done whether the tenants liked It or not notThe notThe notThe
The water soon ran along the floors or orsoaked orlIoaked oroaked
soaked into the carpets In some cases it itfiltered Itfilterld itIltered I
filtered through throu h the celling and dripped to tothe tothe tolie
the lie floor below where it formed torm little littlepuddles littleJuddll littleuddlee
puddles Juddll of water Servants tried to catch catchthe catchthe catehhe
the he dripsin pans and palls but It was useless uselessunu uflOle1Iand uselessmd
unu and the um water nt mi I > aked i faster titan i icould It Itoould ituould
could be mopped moppet up Hugh MoLnughllns MoLnughllnshouse McLnughllnshouse McLaughlinslouse
house louse suffered with the resteer rest restWTE0 rElRtIIff4
WTE0 WTE0Tucked IIff4Tuckld eer eerTucked
Tucked under the shadow oran oran old East EastSide EastBide EastUde
Side armory armor building U an ale hop of a kind kindrare kindrrre kindare
rare are in this city today The place in grimy grimywith grimyiith
with ago and the th dingy walls seem to have havebeen hlveboon haveicon I
been icon smoked by generations of pipes pipesIf
If f it were not for the rumble of traffic on onthe onthl onhe
the he nearby Bowory it would be impossible impossibleto
to 0 realize thnt the old saloon is of this time timeand timeand timend
and nd place It Htill has its regular clients in inthe Inthe inhe
the he neighborhood who are attracted by the thequality thequality theunlity
quality of the liquors to be had there From Fromother Fromother Fromther
other ther part of the city lly have come in recent recentare rtoontyear8 recentears
year8 ears patrons ot another class They 11leyare Theyrat
are rat to be found there not for the al alA but for forthe forthe forhe
the he old pewter mugs which hloh for more than thancounter thanhalf thanalt
half alt a oontllry have hung behind the little littlecounter littleounter
counter Tho recent recentpewter demand for old oldp oldewter
pewter wler among housekeepers as 8 well an ancollectors 811colllolors asollectors
p
collectors hUll led many persons to this thisproprietor thisplilce thisplAce
plilce plAce But their ellortsto persuade the thAproprietor theropnietor
proprietor to tosions part with any ot his p posees poseesions pell pellslons
sions ions have always been a failure no matter matterwhat matterIIhat matterthat
what advance on their real value en enthusiast enthu enhusiastlo ¬
thusiast thu husiastlo lastlo io collectors c < 1l1ectors may offer He prizes prizeshis prfztshis prizesis
his is mugs quite quit as much as might any Jer Jerone per persons r r100B ¬
sons one who are able to buy them themtromblm themtromblmand from him himnd mm mmrid
and nd hedaesnot consider any offers topur topurohue to put putbase
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Glaciers Are Receding Gradually One Oneto Doeto Dulto
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Dr Hans Meyer the famous German ex explorer explorer cxplorer ¬
plorer passed through this city the other otherday otherday elbaday
day on his way home from Ecuador where wherehe wherehe whenhe
he spent all lost summer studying the theglaciers theglaolers tinglaciers
glaciers and ice fields of tho high oordll oordllJeros cordilleras cordllbras
bras It was Dr Meyer who reached the thotop thetop th thtop
top of Kilimanjaro the highest mountain mountainof
of Africa after about twenty vain aln attempts attemptsliad attemptshad attecnptthad
had been mode by others Whilo visiting visitingsome visitingIorne vlsltinsome
some friends in this city the evening eveng be before b bfore before ¬
fore he sailed for Hamburg Haburg Dr Meyer told toldof toldof toldof
of the purpose pUre laled and some of the therulta results of oflast 01 01last
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last summers work workI
lat sumers he hesaid hed hesaid
I went to the Ecuadorian Eorn Andes
said d because I wished to compare compr the theglacial theglacal theglacial
glacial bau conditions in equatorial equatorl America Americawith Americ Americwith Americawith
with glacal those th0 that I have hve studied In equatorial equatorialAfrica equatorl equatorlArrica equatorialAfrica
Africa The investigation invetigaton of glaciers glacers In InEcuador InEor inEcuador
Ecuador has b been bn neglected noglece as scientific scientifictravellers 8clenUfc 8clenUfctravelers scientifict
travellers travelers t Eor have given most mot of their teir atten attention attenton attention ¬
tion to the geology gelog and volcanic volcnlo phenomena phenomenaof
of ton the region I Illpnt spent all summer amongthe among amongthe amongthe
the highest mountains mountain and camped for forweeks forwek forweeka
weeks wek at a time at a elevations elevaton of cmp over 13000 13000feet 180 180te 18000feet I
feet I used u the instrument iDBtrment and the camp campequipment cmp cmpequipment campequipment
equipment te e which whch I had h employed ep10yed in Africa AfricaI Arc ArcI
I climbed ob Chimborazo Cr Anticana Atle Cots Ootopoxl Ot OtP I
poxl Altar ppd id several others othersThe othersTe othersThe
P 3 The Aad glaciers and Mv ice ic fields fld there ther differ differfrom dfer dferfrm dierfrom
Te gier a
from those usually Uualy seen ln by mountaineers mountaineersin mountners mountnersin i
frm to size sizeof sizeof
in structure stratification strtfcton and ad In the elz elzof
strcu the material which is isIntermediate IaIntermeite isintermediate
of the neve grains mtral
Intermediate Intermeite gins between btwon snow and Ice io and andis andIs andis
is lose like sand The T nevepenltento nevepenltentofields
10 lke e into intoforms intoror intoforms
fields where tho snow is heaped up
forms ror that tt he are fancied tance to hep resemble rmble peni penitents pni pnitent penitet ¬
con contrast contrast ¬
in supplication
tents tet on their knees kne suppUcnton cn cntlt
of the world worldby worldby worldby
trast with those tho in other parts
tlt by their greater extent ps The ice forms formson fors forson formson
on the summit of Cotopoxl Cotopxaround around the crater craterare cter craterare
somewhat resembling a ashingled ashingled
are very singular Bmehat rtsemblng
snglar
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shingled roof rrand and aro apparently appnty peculiar peculiarto pclir
shigle and the extent extentof extentof
to this region The Te forms for exent exentor
of the moraines moralne rgon and ad other glacial e1l aspects aspectsalso Mpectaa1so aspectsalso
also differ from those in other regions regionsIn
In dller many respects the Ice io regons regonsI forms tors differ differfrom dler dlertrom differfrom
rpspts
I and Koala In InEast inEast
from trom those tboa of Kilimanjaro Kljaro Knln
but in more respects they are areidentical areIdentlCl areidentical
East Africa I mor respcts
11St Atre leo leoboth iceboth
identical In both bUI regions the recent 10
both IdentlCl in the glaciers and the Ice 10 fields felds Is Isreceding Isrllng isreetdtng
receding bth The melting of the ice covering coveringis
rllng Tho Tholowest Tholowest Tholowest
is going on faster tnstr than ice formation formtion
lowest limit of the Stubel glacier on the thenorthwest thenorthwellt thenorthwest
northwest lmit side of Chimborazo Chlmbrl is now 1300 1300feet IS00frt 1300feet
moraine heaped up upby upby upby i
feet above the terminal tril heapd
frt ab1e in comparatively recent recenttimes rfont recenttimee I
by that glacier cmpatvely
times tht and the t e amount of recent rent glacial glacialrecession glnclalrec8lon glacialrecession I I
recession rec8lon tmes on the slopes of Antisana A tlna and Altar Altaris Al t tI i
is still greater greaterBoth greaterBoth
I sti Both gater gaterBoth in equatorial equtorIl America Alrca and Africa Africathe Arica AricaIhe Africathe
the oldest or very ancient ancent termlnahnoralnes termlnahnoralnesare trmlnaloralnes trmlnaloralnesae
are far below the present prst area aa covered coere by byice byice
ae ice There are series sries of concentric onotrlc moraines morainesformed moraies moraiestorm moralnesformed
Ic Tere
formed of polished and fd scratched ratohed rocks rocksthe rocksthe
the torm oldest of them thm lying lying from 2300 2 to 2600 2600feet 20 20fet 2000feet
feet below the present ice 10 This great greatrecession greatrEc810n greatrecession
fet blow t
recession is due of course Cur to climatic olltc changes changeswhich changeswhch changeswhich
rEc810n I rue local but cosmic cosmicaffecting cosmioaocting
which whch apparently apparenty were we not osmlo osmloaaetng
affecting the whole earth earthThe enlth enlthThe earthThe
aaetng The explorer th was accompanied by Mr R KEenchrclteran RR8chrdleran RBeschrciterafl
Eenchrclteran eplorer artist artltot artistof of Munich Munib Munlehvrho who made madetwentysix madetwentlIlx madetwentysix
R8chrdleran twentysix paintings paitigs of the mountains mountainsDr moutins moutinsDr
Dr Meyer Me er was taking home many photo photographs photogNPb photographs ¬
graphs gNPb and also a1 geological and botanical botanicalcollections btnical btnicalcolections botanicalcollections
collectionsUNION collections collectionsIWJOV colections colectionsUNION
UNION GETS BACK BACKAT AT FRAVKO FRAVKOAn I IAn
Cornet Player says That Thatllrs niatlies at I
An Aggrieved Crne Payer I
lies Irs AlleVd Been Fined Fele flfled1lA He Hasnt lant Paid PalrtWhether PaidWhether
Whether or not the women harp hrp players playersof
of Wether the Metropolitan Metpolan Opera Opra House Hou orchestra orhestr orhestrpa orchestrapass
the 1 examinaton examination minaHnn todav today which hlh will willdecide wi wideide willdecide
pass
pa decide their membership in the theMu Musicians MusiciansMutual MusiciansMutual icls iclsMutual
deide Protective Union Director NahanFrankos Nahan NahanFrankos i
Mutual Protectve Drctor
Frankos championship of them has suc succeeded succeed suereeded ¬
ceeded in stirring up opposition oppsition to him in intho Inthe inthe
the ceed union IItrrig to which he has ha belonged blong for fortwentyflv6 fortwentyfive
twentyflv6 years yearsA
twentyfve article published last Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
A newspaper publhe 1t
day speaks of todays five examiners exminers as asplayers I Iplnye asplayers
plnye players players lpaks r8 in bonds bad and rd theatre theatr orchestras orchestrasThe orhctr orhctrho
The ho examiners examinei and ald their union Inlon friends friendsand rrlendsblamt friendsblamed
for these epithets epithetsand epithetssod
blamed Mr Franko thc
and blamt have ha ve M taken Fanko to airing ang old grievances groevancesrgainst grievancesngainsthim grievanc grievancagainst
ngainsthim against him himThe himThe
ut 1 1hamere to toTUE toruE
The union Bide or the squabble got
ruE SPN yesterday eslerday In the form or a letor letorfrm lettor lettorfrom
from Frank R Sell zer a cornet player plaorho playericho
811 zr
frm who will toot the theha theharpers
icho ho Is one ot the five e wi
ha harpers I rs proficiency today who says sys that thatM thatlrFrko thatiiIr
M iiIr Franko prfciency witheld withheld last season seon a part of ofthewlarlesof ofthe ofthe
thewlarlesof the lrFrko salaries or his men and was fined tnd 400 400When 400br OO OOfor
for it slarO which be has rtused refused to pay payWhen y yWen
When I asked Rked about the withholding1 withholding1Mr II tlholdlng tlholdlngMr
Mr Wen Franko Frankosald said that the only ony time te the or orchwtra orcbrt orheatra
chwtra Fanko8ld did not receive reive its lt Itf full tul weeks wlks payst pay paylast py pylt
last cbrt st seaton was when it was on the road roadThere roadThere
lt There aOon was S an old understanding understndInR between betweenMr betvln betvlnMr betweenJr r
Mr Ornu and the director dlrftors of the union unionhe unlonhe unione
he added Oru that when on the road as their SthoirxpenseA theircharged tholrfxpensM
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were paid the orcrtr orchestra Ihould Ihouldghf should shouldlive
xpenseA
ghf fxpensM live a weekly prrronno performance pid gt gratis I die diemerged dl
charged some players who ho were ere not up upto
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to 0 the mark last It summer summP and they trumped trumpedup trumpeaup
spite charges against me on thIs founda foundation foundaton foundaion ¬
up ion ii spie I am cargM going to fight fgh the ruling In the thecourts I theOtiliS e ecour
courts ton as soon as a the opera season SOon is I over overMr oerM ovenMr
cour Mr Franko then showed showe eome notifica notification notfc notltlcaion ¬
ion M from Fnko the theunilon union of hiujflnlngs hnng They Te read readfor r readhat
ton hat thl the fine of the members who wor1ed wor1edtor worked workedor
for tht or short fn pay are transferred to him himEvery hm hintEvery
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will wl Eve be b passed ags into Ito the te M M P U whether whetherthey whetherhey h e
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If I the plans formulated formulted by the AmericanInstitute American AmericanInstitute Amercnn AmercnnInstitute
Institute of Social Solal Service Serice of this city cty for forthe rorthe forthe
the carrying crrying out of the th new Carnegie Camepie Dun Dunfermllne Duntermllne Dunfenmilne
fermllne Trust Tuet do not miscarry mry Scotland Scotlandwill Scotand Scotandwllon Scotlandwill
will wllon soon have within its borders brderl a Spotless SpotlessTown SpoteB SpotlesaTown
Town made mde out of real ral brick and mortar mortarTho mortarThl mortarThe
The plans nlso Include thorough arrange arrangements nrrangements arrangemonte ¬
ments for the rapid metamorphosis metmorphosis of the thetowns thetowllnhabitntslnto thetowns
towns towllnhabitntslnto inhabitants into spotless spotess people peopleMr pople popleMr peopleMr
Mr Carnegie recently rccty transferred trnsferred to toDunfermline 10DunrermUe toDunfermilne
Dunfermline DunrermUe his native natvo town tow Plttenorleff PlttenorleffPark Pltenorlel PittenoriefTPark
Park and Glen Ocn and 2500000 260 to be held in intrust intrust Intrust
trust for the instruction Inttructlon and enjoyment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the toiling toiing masses mal8 of the region rtldon Prof ProfPatrick ProfPatrick ProfPatrick
Patrick Qeddes Gl > deK tho representative rtpresntatlvo of the thetrust thetrult thetrust
trult trust in Scotland Sotand asked for the cooperation cooperationof coopertion coopertionor
of the American Institute Insttut of Social Scial Service ServiceDr SerIte SerIteDr ServiceDr
Dr Willlum Wllm H Tolman Tolmn director of tho thoinstitute theinstitute
institute Insttut was ws sent nt to make rnke a 1 personal personalstudy personalstudy
study of Dunfennlines Dunrermlnos needs nes As a resultthese result resultthese
these plans plnt have lA been ben formulated formulatedSet
Set St aside a part of the th park prk for the con construction constructon constructlon ¬
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bu 0 built buit model dwellings dlle1n s of diversified diversifiedarchitecture dherslfld dherslfldarchitture diversifiedarchitecture
architture architecture each house hou to t be surrounded surroundedby
by a garden and no fences to be b erected erectedso ereted eretedso
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much comfort as IJ will wU trait sit a modest moest taste tasteThere tasl tastoThere
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musical musicl and oratorical contests cont < t flower flowershown fowcr fowcrholl flowershows
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