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THE SUN c T1IURSDA 1 DCEM8E CEMBER 24 190a 190 i J I AI > I A
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MOSEY 10E1 isxT IjT EXoiGii EXoiGiiSo JOG L GII GIIo 11 11i 11o
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i So o It I Decides to Have lne Xo o Vacation a caton Schooll SehooIpLaygrnundI cbool cboolSePipound
4 Xfjfttmaycrnfmdt SePipound pLaygrnundI and anl > o t Vacation VacatloiCenlrei VacationCentres anUonnlrc
Cenlrei nlrc Next et Year rearlnt earIIlnt Hint to Eitlraati EitlraatiDoarcl Etmlte EtmlteDoard Eitinatefloard
Doarcl to Let Appropriation Approprlatonl Bun BunWhen Ru RuWhe RunWhen
When Whe Ute Boaijl Boa oj 0 Education made ujIta up upt upt8
Ita t t8 budgStfor budi budgtfo3O11tUktd t for 1 onf olt ssktd ISk for sq 1728497 1728497for 17264974for z64m z64mtor
for the general gcnelll genera school schol fund furd 1ho Board Boanof BOlrd BOlrdIf Boardof
of If Estimate allowed aiewEd I163COW3 SI63W 3 The ho Board Boanof Boamof
of Etate Education at a itt il mtutng yeeterdnj yeeterdnjdecided y Etera Eteradeide terday terdaydecidad
decided deide to tC discontinue dlcontrut vacation mcaton schools schoolsand Echols Echolsard coo1sard
ard playgrounds plygroundd during durng IIXH 10 and to die discontinue ds dsI dieontinue ¬
I continue recreation centres cntr after Jan 31 31because 31heauae 31bcaUsc
because heauae ontnue K SrC4C 1161C91 < e4C91 I was cut off of its estimate estimateIt tsllmle tsllmleI
It was aa also decided to reduce r duce the number numberof numbr numbrot
of I c8sors a eeols of Cf tli tlP the evening efllng high and ele elemeritijy ee eemert4 eleme14y
meritijy schools 6Shoos choo by y onefourth nefourh next Dxt year yearThe yetr yetrT yearflerd
mert4 The T flerd Wfird rd aslce u ask4for lifor for S 5805197 5197 in Its Itsbudget ItAbueet it ithudgetor
budget bueet hudgetor ftbr r the ho specfal tp p cal dal school 5hool fund fnd and got gotWfllJlj gt gtlZ11 got146114bUt
WfllJlj 146114bUt lZ11 < but butt the a members mmbl have not yet yetrnad yetrnadt et etTad
rnad Tad rnadt iHKrinbtVhBanBtthat t gart that h3 reduction reductionChrn reuction reuctionChr rrductonChr4ttA1IAmiL
Chrn Chr4ttA1IAmiL triAimmis ILuluni gmtJ of the committee committeeappoints cmmiteI cmmiteIlppt committeappotht
appoints to o apportion op rfon the thl school scbol fund fundsubmitted fundlubmf fundftiubnffd
lppt submitted lone typewritten twrten report rtpor which whichhad whichha whichhad
lubmf had ha beriapprdved teexapprdvedbyC1ty ippr brCUy byCty Superintendent SuperintendentMiixweUaudothor Superntendet SuperntendetII SuperintendentMaxc
MiixweUaudothor Maxc II t eUeud nd ochr othrotficers t officers ofcer Thlsshowoo Thil This show hoWN in inmad I indetaIJ
e would be bema bonrndto
d detaIJ Y the money grrttd grarted
mad nrndto ta lU tho chI th expenses e penses Money and the theexpenses thetxp theexpe
ma expenses expe t 1 tallied untUthl mtil pn8C the report rmno 10 to tothe toIh tothe
talUI
txp the Ih Items kins teme of evening elenllg schools vacation vacationschools vacatIon4ehoOI4 fatlon fatlonholl
schools holl pity pygrout p1ygrornds grounds a recreation rercRton contrrs contrrsiud CntrN CntrNmd centrfiaiid
iud isv flvenfriItUrt venrn nlWlectures lRur Then hent it t was wa wa found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that that 1JI2371 f237I th II the cash a h available vRllbl would wouldnot wouldnot oud
not ro rat 123j t the cxpcnsew of 81085129 SI0St29 and it itwns ItWi itwas
was Wi lt decided df that expnlf something omthlng would wou have haveto hve haveto I
to be I bea Mcrificod McrificodTh crifco crificod crificodTh
Th cstJnia e called for 481000 f81O 81O for tho thoivenliuj thoIvenl theevenig
ivenliuj Ivenl lecture I tma tur turo clP course cune The he report rrt said saidthe fld fldthe saidthe
the cour curvolldb coursowould ivoulil be continued contiuo on 60Cklthe 60000 60000tho 0
tho balancoto baeto beur Ueefor < l for evening evonl18 schools schoolsFor 8hoola 8hoolaFor schoohFor
For these the o JOD7050 6t7OO 7O hud been ben asked ISkl Tho Thoreport rioreport
report declared dlard that principal prcpCI of evening eveninghigh menlnlhigh ovonirithigh
high lPr scfkiols ols jwouldo vould be cut from trm rtzn 17 7 to S6 6 6n
1 n 1 night nl ht 8c teachers teacren In i blAh schools fhola from frm S3 S3to S 5 5to
to l S4 4 Kpleht tL nhrht and nd principals or elementary elementaryschools eltIMtar eltIMtarI clernrntaryschooI
i
schools 8hoolsfrom from J5 5 toW50 toJ5 t pncpals i5li a I j night There Therevos Thorona hlm hlma
I < vos na a nightly nighty slteArlanJco teance of 38000 360 pupils pupilsat pupll
at It thes th soho61irla slI t month flOflthshco Vacation VacationAchoolB acalon acalonI
I AchoolB Ahol1anr1I shco > 1aygrDUnd > a4d ad recreation rereaton recreat ion centres centreswere celtfl centreswere I
l lTheftftpdrt
were cqfequu ctqut ctqutrho I
f Theftftpdrt 1h8 rho te teprt rt oJosooVwish olo ouod wish a recommenda recommendation rmmenra ¬ I Itlon iton
ols
tion ton that thatntoeiI a optical 1 W made to the Lepls Leplslaturato Ljll LjllI Legistature
I laturt laturato tature tha zo niQ MOW 11 thaischool ecool tax ta from trm 3 mills millsto mi rni1bto >
to 3J 3 inljls i1JI J andthatn dtha a copyof cprof the report reportwith reprt reprtwith reportwith
with a n atpclrforjtoney a P l r one be b s lnt sent < mt to the themen thl theardcfst1fteXe
ardcfst1fteXe and the Bar Board ot Alder AldeN AldeNmen
men iifttliaJaonev ifUi nov is i i granted ranted the vaca vacation vnl vnldtlon vacalion ¬
arit1YUtltatthe j Ithnev
dlgcopttmiedV dlgcopttmiedVCommia dtlon lion aflhtotftrt s n btbertMiigAmay btierthliiga er tlngAma may not bo bodlgcopttmiedV beCornmim I In Icomm
comm ionn cns Field lld said Id the tl school fchol sys system systern Y Yter ¬
tem ter hiadwatjJSritfs h hd 4Mgrisi and added ldded It will willcausafCfiBducatidn wi willbe
b be a ITT4lQ1flC < ri e t t the cf O4t1 t we ar are areforc
forc ± cut Othe e vacation Ichool IchoolI schooi schooiIt
I It wi wiUb4 the gfeatat II backmr lackward Itep step the thocausef thecause
causafCfiBducatidn causef cause cf f ductl diicatiin j p has ha suffered Iufel In recent recentyears lenS lenSyeal reenIyea
years yea raV
yeal yeaChale ChatcnjaJi C Chale Warbupr arblj itrlre < CL > the itt committee lmmltte on on5pecialBchoals onpela8bli onspecialechooi
5pecialBchoals pela8bli i haneifed han1d up u report rcpr of hU hUoomrrlttegt hl hh3cotntr I II
oomrrlttegt cotntr I I It ittfictc > th9 O effect et that thlt the cutting CUt11 cuttingo1t
01 Olt l of th4 th > jAipyQCho0l6 tiler Leithops t11 had been bn uncx uncxr Ine IneII
r I < ted nnd an < ggjmaulyr aisnbei of his hi commit committee ommlt urnmltleo I II
tee II leo c hoped some 6me way W ay would ttiId be b found to toavoid t toavoid
I avoid the disaster dlsMtfr Then Ten the th report of ofA ofwaproed ofCbaLaLt2t4
CbaLaLt2t4 waproed waproedJ rL ved vedA rpr
A rej reM repIWa4ritadt > dHVA < tjtod6 Ildtj that Public Publc School Shol Sholt5
J 15 bojSJiJlwifctttliu boy i1ti MiuUia be IS designated del natd as IRS IRSMr IR 188Mr
Mr 1r Adair5CvaxUxI odai dazttwor t1 to know the re reason rMontCr reasonfor con confor
for tCr the d cnthpej He e was wa wa Informed Inforled that thatPrincipal thatj thatPrincipal
j Principal Xctuti 4thftr J P Beers Dr was going to toretire toretre toretire
retire retre Pincip and haT hC lie tMr acted lt d to t take tao tho number numberI nlmor nlmorlof
I lof of ° f the schoolwfcJch IChOOI schiooi wlJ 1Ch is I at 728 18 Fifth Fih street streetwith stret stretwith streetwlthhlru
of sentiment sentimentWhy sentlmentWhv sentimenthv
with wlthhlru him as a a aKpuittor a antttor
Why hv shoulo shol shouldtitaketho I ha Itcr take1 take tho to school with withhim withhi withhim
him hi when wien he retires retlr rtfrcI I mean m n why should shouldhe fhould fhouldbe almuldhe
he take tke the number numbr when the school Is Isgolnn i Isgoing
going gai to remain rmain there inquired Inqulro Mr r Adams AdamsCitv Adas AdasClt AdamsCity
City Clt Superintendent Su rlntndnt Maxwell llxwel explained explainedMnBeerste explaine explainediMna1it
MnBeerste Mn1 going to retire retre after Rftr sbttysU sbttysUyears eutsl sixtyalzyears
years in the depaitnent Ho Is i the only onlyoho onlyp oni oniprtziI
ye deptnent
p prtziI that school ever hd bad and I think thinkb thinbe
be 1 ettt1ed t to take the nubr number of tho thoe titoechb6ls1thhtrn
echb6ls1thhtrn b oho l withhim tt th h In Inahihissersice t all al his bi service serTce Principal PrincipalBoej Pncpa PrincipalBc6Iltet
e Boej Bc6Iltet chasloet le Mnho thantwo weeks wkl time timefr te tef
fr nrflrk nrflrkTto
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1 Tto Treport f report MBS referred rfere to t the te com commitWBon co cornI
I mitWBon mltMo r buildlnps buildlnpsTfteconviction bui1 orw in inTii
Tfteconviction T Tii oontltIon bulalng of getting getng married maried re recorded recrea racorded ¬
corded crea against aa vctlnof t Mrs II Jennie L Van De Water WaterifmQiith Watr Watror Waterof
or bUchoi 51 5 in Qun Queens was a approved approvedtanrPthe
aprve
lanrthe tanrPthe PbUoShol pratv penaitv lfcd Inflicted She W wa tied tiedltM tried triedbp11eoonTnh1ttee
bp11eoonTnh1ttee ltM on elomentlr elemeotiry shools schools schools4qqTitb I Itqrltb
ifmQiith ago and the committee commite recom recomn reom recornnieiided 1
m nieiided n elided tqrltb de that ao fine Rle be e dismissed dl ml5d It being beingfUnsttharules bing beinggln8tth8uiQe I
uttflla m mn7 fUnsttharules try for fo a t woman teacher tecber to totry tomn7 I
POLITICAL POLTIC NOTES XOTESA OTESA
A Pennsylvania Pe11s1lanI3 Republican Republcan authority In Incowmentlng Int1msltnl inotnsqt1ng
t1msltnl cowmentlng pn the thp announcement that Oov OoviOeDt OovODi byOdflwh
iOeDt ODi Odflwh when whe nhe he heohlf visited e the Fifth Fifh Avenue enul Hotel HotelUt hoteljut
Ut 1 w wskdernaeded k dranetJ lomand I Senator Plaits Pllt old oldQuartets oldI oldueke
Quartets uts ueke JSi sj in order to accentuate accntuat his hisia hisJ hIsthesceptre
I ia < tqvi JtoopJ th t thesceptre sceptre epte of party leadership leadershipJftfW leadelhp leadelhpI leadershiplQ1kStStO i
JftfW N 1 J Xork iOkStto lQ1kStStO 9 Stato jingles JlnlM on thn thf fact that thatGiV thatGv thatGtOd
I > GiV Gv GtOd < 5deU d 11sIept sl < ipt PUn in Senator Platte bed thus thusWe thuse thusrbe
We rbe e Oovernor Gyror sieot scll Icat In Inlho Hie Senators Sel rs bed bedWfcsan0 bed bedwbc
Wfcsan0 wbc 1 IQ ° o oilier oler shanwa ehan a to bo beLM4 nigh nighAJW nl b bA
LM4 AJW A ad WousUt J ourl oug1it 11be ashe tumbled turblo the Senators Sealrs bed bedteft1 bodw beduew
I uew w 1olt esIly Cuators Utor Ur Uri Utu
teft1 i 11 dut IU u now nw ne admit adIt u be lay on that lb bed beddtptto bed4ri4
4 4ri4 dtptto slept epI19 Ic tile 115 hearts desire desireWtoliferjie teslre teslreJ 4estreWpt4r
J Wtoliferjie W Wpt4r er Jie be nj nnY y say sy o 01 > the senators nalors bed bedTfiBCovnoT beavnol bedhimself
T f 1 TfiBCovnoT vnol himself hlsc w Wa wai J tAe t Ucr UerT Ucrr Ucrcost
140 T5 i > ercapUn r p1 co cost < t of the pension Byst system systembebeedeuhstantta11 stem m mIjas
Ijas bebeedeuhstantta11 Seen 6 substantially biantalt reduced reducd during durlnl the thoU93Jf tboi theiet1ee
i iet1ee as Is s sho shown b by the fact that I in inlLS34i
I J193i it1ee U93Jf VMt74 isr 88 ri ° i on frerr r man woman and andill Rndl andS
S ill ii11dthe l 1itt la tht country Cunir trtlle this year ear It is only onlyILiTJ onlyt
t I ILiTJ 7 to o doubt Ioubt increase Icua of population pOPlaton bus busudmu b iuialdrnuth I
ldrnuth udmu u < li to do 10 with ltb the reduction reducton In the per peroapt p perTh r rtl
oapt fd tl eoft Th e < rear J6 r that th ended ndl on June Jun 30 30UUt 30wts 30L
UUt wts L tehovCda showed b V N a net n netdecreaae td dBcreose t p of 0 of29i1 291 90l pensioners pensionersUarlnc pensioner pensionersleaving I Ilevni
levni leaving on 01 tho roils roll 7873 soldiers soldier 2071S9 2071S9HrWo 207iSUidoe 071 1
I HrWo t idoe < Vs l and d 624 nurses DUtS a total of 1020245 1020245jKT40Q9i I02Q 1O2C4jlsoas 4 4MIAU1
jKT40Q9i MIAU1 IftUits IatJ number Jucbt thore was only ono onoAaurjl onotllor oneutyLvor
Aaurjl tllor utyLvor or of orUl th War of 1812 though thouih there tlieroji theroet6 thereIar9i16
ji Iar9i16 ro et6 J16 widows idQ s tUcre tlre were weo also 010 two widows widowswidiLre widowsJfet w1dovjigree
jigree widiLre daughters d ghters of soldIers tldhr of Ihe Revo RevoJutllui RevohuLthn
Jutllui Jfet which hich eoded 120 years fear ago RIO Tho ThoMsJtlcan Thohja ThegoX1aiI
MsJtlcan War r gives tlvu yet 5067 survivors and and7vio andI and7tQ
7vio I hja wldowss t40wp the thl various rioU Indian wars pro proiwdiikiWS proi prodIth8
iwdiikiWS dIth8 d survltxjrs IIrvhfand ettviojsand and 3160 widows while whilothe whll whilethe
i i i the < Spanish Spanl 4S h and Ind Filipino Fipino conflict ontlt has placed plac plact
t 9200 200 20 soldiers atod a tailors aaior on the rolls rols together tocvthcrwith to togetherwith ether etherwltb
with 3 366 12 02 widows ldoYI La Lt Last t year par tho total coat coatpttlie costI
I pttlie pensionsystem naoDIstem was JMI753870W wISIU752870W und undft lud ludr andttJ154ckYOO
I < < ft r ttJ154ckYOO > ls 14000000 hOo waa a as required for the raalnU raalnUnajjijoi mai maif malntfl
najjijoi fl hapensionbureau eonbe of nson bureau showing 8holnl that It Itbojtl it4c
bojtl J 4c t is 6 than thn 3 3per per pr cent nt to accomplish 3ccompleh tho thodisbursement the1buis
f
disbursement 1buis mer4 mea pf rtte r the vast st sum annually lumual ei eiil 11 11Ii oxipadod
ipadod il > od do < > d pn pj Mnslouu Pnltoll The American AmerlAI people peoplehive 1ople 1opleh peoplebdve
Ii hive h ve putd p oirt tl ovt In pensions pnslone the stupendous stupendousPrtvaU supendou8 supendou86r3IUI stupendousuqs
uqs 6r3IUI i31347134 i31347134pi1vateeeritriesto T 4 i
PrtvaU Pnt pi1vateeeritriesto s < TrtirlC9 le to men u en In public pUblc life lre are aroIrenJnot arnb arebynotrnade
IrenJnot b bynotrnade rofrad made It I has been contended cnlrnded from fromMi fromr9J4 fromt1pd4ttp
Mi 1Wft44tttn in of r the t5ieGovernn 11 Oovernn ent that iews iewspapermen le1S le1Spapr tewspaper
papermen papr paper r9J4 men have made mlt tbe Ix I best > st private prlvatp sec secr secI seersl4
r rsl4 lH tt ei to > PrfeSldcnM sjdct Governors Goyernor United Unitedgtiwa CnltedS taitedSiei
I gtiwa S W Staalori 6 ICrl and nd Mayors 11ors of the great greatC greatc4ies at atctIP
C c4ies c4iesThere IP
ctIP There IPThere Tb re are are Innumerable InnumerRbll Illustrations lu tratons to toTrarr toI totiirrLntltssertbOfl
I Trarr tiirrLntltssertbOfl Jrt tUeinsertion C4e t rlo In favorof favor of newspaper newspaperlain newspapr newspaprI newspaperThey
lain They ard ar discreet and silent alent when whenoftentimes whenJ whenoftentimes
Te
I J I oftentimes eftnUmc their chltfa h1eIearo llaro ro inclined Inclnd to be betalkative beI
1 I talkative tkUTe and reUve r ve under uer criticism criticismfBuJ critcism criticismPt4 I It
t fBuJ prob pTotab1y lly the ftronghold tlonahold of newspaper newspaperrnjij ntwspaPr newspaperC I II
C I rnjij rl utlroQII ai u privatf prJtr secretaries ecrjlarelsbat ecretarIes is that they ther are past pastroli pa past71ft t tI
I 71ft roli lt < rt of Of the t drift of public publo sentiment sentimentjyh ntment I
4 jyh ybrastewyer7tew pisjfew f wefeilen very few nien en In public puhlt life have bavnarresJebnceptton bavl havetreJcon i iI
I arresJebnceptton f Ir treJcon tOn wptton pton of this almighty aimllhty factor factorikdeuwnlnlng factortatrrntning I Itr
ikdeuwnlnlng lna political pltal event eventTbl icnu eventSholding
Tbl tr Jftux D holding holdlnA office omo it t Is Insisted Is Isufrounded issurroundedby I IurDdt
surroundedby ufrounded urDdt 1 by plac pial hunters hlnte and others olher whose whosevsnctt whosl whoseetZti
I vsnctt li are si utterly utHlysffab Mlflsb and who so long Ion I as asth asiuHa asthelr I
th iuHa thelr y attain their teir deelres de6Lel have little Uttoor or no nooooeiti nooon nooonoexfl
oooeiti sate aato the ti ultimate fate of their ben benfactor bnA hensfactor
oon
factor facor Men len In public pUblc life le have b ben been en likened likenedto Iken Ikent
to brokers broker on the New New York Stock Exchange Exchangewho Exeban Exebani Exchangewho
i 1 who while Wh1e executing executnl their duties dutr an brokers brokersal9
t 8 1 al9 lom have aV knowledge knole ee of the potent Infiu InfiuBVV Inlu InluM Iniludirecting
BVV M < r directing direcDB manipulation mnipulaton In tho financial financialwbrW nnancal nnancalw financialt
t wbrW wbrWijtot
w woT woTS 1 1A
S A ijtot l Nt a U Dealt PU In a Sixtyone SIIone Year YearFrom YearsTram r rTrm
From Trm the Kichmond TimctDitvalcli TimctDitvalcliBOTPTOS TimeDisvalcBoTIToN imcDi Dac DacBTTON
BOTPTOS BTTON Va a Dec 10 i0Mr Mr lr R r R Jeffrei JeffreiI Jetre JeffrealIv I
d live lIv on hi his farm four or five miles mies west W6 t of ofhere othere ofhere
I IIVN here which was wn elven iton him by his father fathernearly ratheri fatherti
i ti nearly ner1 neai1 forty for years felrl app al ago agoMr I
Mr Jeffreas tells of a circumstance In con connection cn cnil connection ¬
Jelres tlll crcumatnce
il nection with Ltifsrm IIB farm llrm that tlt Is remarkable remarkableHe remarkabll
He Decton says M he witt hssknown Mskn 1 w the pl place ce for fot sixtyone sixtyoneyear 811oneeU sixtyoneears
year ears and Ind that there has ls never been Iren H 1 death dfiihto dr th thIa
eU tat tee J1r
C to 4o ate ls knowledge lnUic itt these e Ions lonl years Prs Jlr JlrJfffrd MrJcrcsst 11
knoleie th
Jfffrd Jcrcsst Vt7t7 iI1erd r toa eIcl r rth and has ho raked ralee on nls nlspUic tls tlsplc tiisplace
1
place plc rrfI Cln tie ine children < hldren tr t tte oldest b being ing 38 years yearsoW yearsoki cr crO
oW all alt of whom are Mill 8tllinl living llvincIn livingI
O In addition adlUon to Ir JrUre Jle JCire5a is own family familyhiW fal
I I hiW ht tterownerof aWMot a contldcrhhlfl a rlderhlf numb number r of ofwaves ofh o oIsyes
waves Jwn qti6 h resided t slcP slded on 01 tills farm nonn of ofihf ofm C Cw
w ihf hem > m vr r flicil 1 upon Irn Mir Ih ril tiir blp f1 I
1 t
f
t
LIVE LrE TOPICS rOPI ABOVT Aorr TOWJf TOWJfThe rOWf rOWfThe 7OWXThe
The commuWr eommut who ue u used d the t Pavoni Pavoniferry Paonlafery Pavoniaferry
ferry fery and whose h0 follow passengers p6 ng re always olwaylooked alwy alwylooke alwayslooked
looked looke for him because bcaue he vra was60n a6cn seen aver avermorning every eerymornig everymorning
morning mornig with lth a red clover between bt en his hl Up Upheld Ups Upsheld lIpsheld
held to that fad until unti the frost klne ki kth tnadthe made madetho madethe
the blossom bloEm look tired tird During Durig th tno las lasand 1alt 1altdan last lastdays
dan of autumn the blom blossom loked looked wited witedan wilted wiltedand
and an weak w ak but the t commuter comnlutr bad one on a along as aslopg aslong
long es a there tbcr were wer any t to bo b had bd But when wheithe whente whenthe
the snow came tme the last st clover blossom blossomwent bOBfnl bOBfnlelt blossomswent
went te elt and his hi fellow reU01 passengers plnera were sad eadto sadto n nto
to note the other morning that tbt be enters enterslapel entert enteredwithout
nte momlf
without a flower ot any kid kind either i in hi his hislapel
lapel la 1 or his f01er mouth That Tt didnt dldn t grieve give the thehalf them themhlf themhalf
half eo much mlch though thou h as to see that whe whehe when whenbe hen henhe
he hlf returned t home in the evening evenig he wa wachewing was waschewing 1
chewing retume meditatively meditatvely medltntlvelyawooden a te wooden ooen toothpick toothpickAccording toothpickAtrlng toothpickAccording
According Atrlng to the police pUce records rors the flr flralarm fr frIlarm ftre ftrealarm
and Pearl street streethas streetslifts
alarm Ilarm box 1 at Frankfort Ild Pearlstrte Pearlstrteha
has ha been ben rung more mor times tmes In the last fe femonths fe femonths few fewmonths <
months than tlnn any other In i the city cl Mo Moof Mt Mtof ot otof
of th thl the alarms alrms were wer falsesent falSfnt hunt night b bmischievous bmlhievoul by bymischievous
mischievous mlhievoul boys b who bo wanted wante to see th thfire the thetr thefire
fire engines cgln8 tuin tu n out A few fe nUhts ag aga ago agoa <
a tr 6 year ear old Ild boy b was 1 caught in the act o osending of of6ndlng ofsending
sending 6ndlng In an alarm and taken to the Oak Oalstreet Ok Oketreet Oakstreet
street crying station sUtlop i lila W mother followed fol01e him himcrying himcrlg himTommy
crlg My Iy boy Tommy TommY would never do such suela BuchI
a I thing she be told the sergeant sergeantBut freant freantBut sergeant13ut
But I did It that time maam inter interrupted Inttr Inttrrpttd interrupteci
rupted rpttd Tommy and the boys bvl frankness franknee s sImpressed so soinipressed <
Impressed hJprEfd the sergeant ergelnt that he let Tornm Tornmoff Tommy Tommyof TommyIII
off of III with wih a lecture lectureA hcur hcurI
A I man In this thi city who ho has ha travel travelmuch InneUf travelled travelledmuch
much and has had a lot of experience eerien It Ittipping In Intpping Intipping
tipping tpping waiters waler maintains mintis that tht thl thIs U L th thonly the theonl theonly
only onl way wa to tip and Ind got your moneys monfYs worth worthat worh worha
at a a a Xew York hotel hotelTake hotelTeke I
Take a bill bi large lrg oV 0 or annll I I according rding to tothe t tothe I
the te size slo of your our wallet walet and and the thl prominence prominenceof prominenc I Iot
of your generosity gener lty bump tear trr it In halves halvesshow halv0 halvesshow I IBbo
show Bbo yur the tt waiter altr both bth pieces plcq give him on onhalf ono onohalt onohalf <
half and tell him bl hell hel get tho other at th thservice the theend i itnd
tnd end ot your 81 atav prdln provdirtg of COUr course the theservice i
service 8nlc U satisfactory satisfactoryIn satWactor satWactorIn
i
tlactor tlactorIn
In thisway this WI thee thf waiter as al the Inventoof inventor Inentorof
of tho process proee5 said rld has hs aler something smething tangible tanglblfor tnglblofor
for n 1 working workig basis bl8is and his energy eOrs erttrg Is I no nodevoted not notdevoted notdevoted
devoted to an effort to ascertain lrlnln prema prematurely prema pretnaturely
turely turl whether wheter his subject lubjed Is showing i ifale a afnl afalse
false fnl front or not notI notaI notaj
aI I thought the gold brick game gate was a dom domaway donoa doneawn
away a awn wa with for good god said eld Willie Wlle Dunn the tinprofessional theproftslona theprofessional
professional proftslona golfer goler then he ho told tl how howhe howhe howhe
he had been bn buncoed UUlc out of SS 50 by as a od t ttrick a atrck atrick
trick trck as a ever was a played playedI plne
I met the pair plr In a 1 Fourteenth Fourtlnth street streelcaf6 Rtrt Rtrtcaf streetcaf
caf6 caf a I few nights night ago ao said sid Dunn I IFtmdlng war warstanding wasstanding
standing at the bar and one of the tw twulappea two twotlappe twoslapped <
slapped me on the br b back ck Rn and Bald aid Howdy Howdvdo HowddO5r Howdydo
do tlappe dO5r Mr Dunn I didnt know him h1 but 1 1thought I Ithought Ithought
thought I might havo met him somewhere somewhereto
to o I Invited hwlEd him to t join oin ma He introduced introducedhis introuced introucedhifrled introducedhhsfrland
his hifrled hhsfrland friend a a as one of the th bet l > t pool pl and billiard billiardplavers bilnrd bilnrdplavfrf billiardplayers
players in the city it And very ver nicely nl ely they the theyhcCh i ibct1
both talked tlke The first frt man said he could coulddo coulddo ou1ddo
do things thlngl with the billiard biiard cue ue himself himeolfIn hlnelt II IIIn
In a few minutes mlnut both got Into an argu argument arg argoment ¬
ment over pool pol playing and a match math was wasarranged wasarranged
arranged for 125 25 a side side We went acrooa acrooatho acrO acrosthe
arangP the tl f tree t to toa a aS billiard bUlard parlor plor where wh re they theyput theyput theyput
put up their money mont manes with me The pool ex expert exprt oxpert ¬
pert won easily eMly and I handed him the themoney themoney themoney
money prt More arguments followed toloe and my mysupposed mt mtsup mysupposed
supposed sup friend asked ake me on tho quiet If I Icould J 1 1could
could lend leld him 50 S to t bet against the ether etherfellow othtr othtrfelow otherfellow
fellow felow He said sid he could culd win easily ely and andwould ad andwould
would give me S75 75 In I return returnThinking retur returnThinklng I
Thinking Thlnkln he hewl hewas was a good goo fellow feowI handed handehim hande handedhim <
him h1 over the 50 5 Both Bth men put ut up a goo googame go good goodgame
game but tnv 1 dear supposed friend frrnd loctlie 10t 10tHe lost lostHe
He pame presented prentE his bl card c IUPple and Idotbr other fake paper papep paperto I
to p me told tld me how sorry he was W8 to toose t tolose
l lose ose se and Invited Invite roe to t meet mPt sorr him llm the next nextlay nextday nextday
day at a billiard bilard place p1 in Broadway Broay where wher wherehe
he 10 said he was wa the te manager He promised promisedpay prmie
t to > pay y me double the maagr SSthon SSthonHe 50 O then thenHe thenlfo
He talked tlke so well wel that that I we went there there be believing b belleving ¬
lieving leving every word hed said YeaIt Y Yea it t was wa a acon acon acon
con garneof pameot everT course cO1e or Thats what wbt I get ge for forbeing forbeing forbeing
being a good goo fellow fellowTwo felow felowTo fellowTwo
Two To Germans Gerans father fater and ad son en playing playingit plying plyingat
at one of the pool pol tables tblel In i a large lg uptown uptownbilliard upt uptownbIlliard
billiard the other night had ¬
blla room rm oter niht hdel every everybody everybody
boy body standig standing up to ace what wht the te result rslt of oftho otthe ofthe
the game would be b At the t finish flh the old oldman oldma oldman
ma man gme missed mltd an a easy caB draw drw shot sot and ad left Jef the theme theCO thecite
ball In fine for the man manITie manThe
me CO bal I fne position tl young yoUg ma
poston
The Te father without tout saying a word wor strode strodeaver strde strdeover strodeover
over to the te corner cmer where wher syg his Irish Irsl setter setteras setterwas ter terI
was as I snoozing snozig and ad planted pltd his toe to with wit great greataccuracy grat gratRcrcy greataccuracy
Rcrcy accuracy and Id considerable cnsiderble force foro In tho thodogs thodogsak thedogs
dogsak dogs flank The dog went kiyling toward towardthe towamthe towardthe
the door and ad the te son ln asked ake in I a ueprecatory uepreca deprc deprecatory
tory way wayFather wa waFatlor wayFat1ter
tor Father Fatlor why did cd you kick Bismarck BismarckHeinle Bismrck BismrckHdnle BiamarckHelnie
Heinle said the old man gravely gravelydidnt gr1ly gr1lydidt gravelydidnt
night didnt didt you hear that tt dog whining wbllg all allt alltnIght last lastnight lastnIght
nIghtPbbly
Probably Pbbly one of the meanest meaBt swindles swindlesparticularly a1ldles a1ldlesparticularly swindlesparticularly
particularly at this thi time tmo of the te year yer when wheneverybodys vhoneverybodys hcn hcnerbdys
erbdys everybodys heart hert Is i supposed supposd to be b open openIs opn openis
Is exhibited exibitd by the gatherers gatherrs and sellers Mlers of ofChristmas ofChrstml ofChristmas
Chrstml Christmas greens grens said sd an a irate lrt citizen citizenwith citin citinwith citizenwith
with an a armful antul of greeneiy grnelY the te other day daywreaths dy dyYou dayYou
You ca can hardly get a far fair grade or holy holywraths holly hollywreaths
wreaths wraths from frm any ay vender vnder The Te wreath wreathare wraths wrathsRr wreathsare
are Rr tied a dozen dozn in I a bundle and ad they loo loofirst lok lokfrt look lookfirst
te
first frt rate rte but you ou rarely rrly get two wreath wreathanything wreatheanything rraths rrathsRnythlg
anything Rnythlg like Iko the top one on the to bundle bundleAnd bundloAd bundleAnd
And Ad the worst wort of itiathatmostpeoph It i m03 t peojl have havetoo ha havetoo va vatoo
te tt
too great grnt faith in i human huma nature natur to t examln examlntheir tXli exarnintheir
their thllr purchases purha To the other oter Christina Christinamnblema Ohrlstnl Chrlsttnasemblems
emblems rmblems In i green gr the same sme rule rlo applies appliesYes apples applesYea appliesYea
Yea I feel fol deeply deply about abut It Im a victim victimThe victimTe vlotimThe
The Te waitresses atrMs In a downtown dowtown restaurant restauranihave rsturt rsturthve restauranthavo
have hve hit upon upn a plan pl of dealing deaig with wit the thehot thohot theshot
hot coffee clee cranks crks One of the te girls girlswhoso girl girlswhose
whoso whoB patience ptienc had been bn sorely rly tried by bja byn
a grayhaired gryhaird customer ctmer conceived cn lve it He Hinever Henever Henever
never found the te coffee cole sufficiently suciently warm warmThe warmThe ann annTb
The Tb waitress wairs made one trip after attr another anotherto
to tho um ur and even had a coffee cte cup put putIn putI putin
In I hot water to await tho arrival of the thecustomer thecustomer thecustomer
customer Even then he mado complaint complaintThen cmplint cmplintThon complaintThen
Then a bright idea struck strck her When she shesaw shew shesaw
saw w tho grayhaired gryhaird man II enter entr she took a acup acp acup
cup cp and nd turned it upsda down on a lid ld of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te kitchen ltchln range rngo When the rim was wasthoroughly wasthoroulhlr wasthoroughly
thoroughly thoroulhlr hot she took tok it off of filled fled It with withhot withhot Ith Ithhot
hot coffee cotC and served Ired It The Te customer customerhasnt cstomer cstomerhant customerhasnt
hasnt hant complained cmplalned since sinceAs sic sicth sinceAs
As with th the waiters wator tho tips tP which cab cabmen Cb Cbmen cabmen ¬
men receive teive are ae their principal pricipal source of ofIncome oficome ofincome
Income icome Tho cabbies cabblo may ma get ge 12 or 15 15a 15a i ia
a week wok wages wag but they usually usualy make a agreat agret agreat
great gret deal d6 more mor in tips tipsA
A driver drver for one of the big cab b com companies compnlo cornpanics ¬
I panics pnlo has h saved 8ve 100 10 in i the last three the weeks weeksthis weks weksI weekstnis
I this thi amount aount being his tips Up alone He used UKedhis u usedhis
his hl wages ago for living lving expenses and gave gavenil gavoul gaveall
I nil ul his hi tips tip to t the carriage crige expnse starter 6t rtr In tho thoBtable thotble thestable
stable tble to t keep for him himA himA himA
A patron who doesnt doont give a tip tp of at least leasta 10at 10ata
a quaitcr qual ter to a 1 cabman aban is i marked marko for a adead adea adead
dead dea one and the drivers diveN try t to avoid avoi his hiscall hil hiscall
cal call when it comee coml into the stable stble But ButChristmas ButChta ButChristmas
Christmas Chta week ek It la i all al different dUerent Tho Thodead Thodead Thedead
dead ones one loosen up hi i great get shape fhlp and andoften andoftn andoften
oftn often give gratuities gratulU of 1 5 and ad 10 to t their theirluij theirfavorltc theirfavorite
favorite drivers Tee These are the onl only luij Ufja Ufjano tp tpthey tips tipsthey
they give during te the whole ye year > no 10 the theIrivers thedrver thedrivers
drivers drver are n tumbling tumblng over each other otter to toIrlve todrhe todrive
drive dead dod ones one this week Its a fine finelarvest fne fnehancst flueharvest
harvest but It must IUlt be gathered gathero now nown nowIn nowIn
In n one stable stblo the men are ao shaking dice dlc to toilek t topick
pick ilek the cabby who will 1 drive drl1 ono OD of New Neworks Neworke ow owYorks
Yorks orks most mot prominent prmient men from fro hl his reel reslience rl reeldance
dance denC In i upper Filth > ifth itb avenue to t Trinity Trinitylhapol Trlnlt TrlnltChapl TrinityChapel
Chapel on uppr Chrlstnas ChrLt1M morning moring The lucky luckynan
t nan Chapl r an will wl receive r Ie 10 thats thatl certain crtn But Butiftw ButIt Butafter
after It ChristTias Chrlt 111 no one will il core cae partlcu partlcuarly partc particuiarly
arly lary about aOut driving him for the rest rOt of the therear they theyear
y year rear r Its I the Ull only onl tip he gives givesNlrrnRtli ghC ghCIrtnrth givesSlrenth
NlrrnRtli Irtnrth From Fom Proper Popr Breathing BreathingFrom Orclthln OrclthlnProm UreathingFront
From fit YicAofcu XicholaaThe YicAofcuThe ieholo ieholoThe
The Japanese Jpanost although ulhouih men of very 11 small smalltaturc scll smallstature
stature are arf among Imon the strongest stoueest In the therorld theworld theworld
world Any An boy bo of fourteen fourtlfn or fifteen flen who whorill whowill rboI
will rill I faithfully taihtuU practice practc their Ihllr system sfatt cf pro prouclnc produring
during ductn strength nrtturth IH 1 find himself himsl at 31 the th end endf endot endof
ot f a 1 few ftw months able to cope In font felt of power powerUfa pwerwitb powerwith
with Ufa the tho average man IUI of twentyfive t1entne and Od all alltils al allthis
Ils this tils without Itbout the dangerous danl rul practice prltce of lifting liftingery Uftnl liftingvery
very ery heavy hea weights weightsIt
erl It I should always RIWUYI be b remembered remeble that ret retmst rlt rltmust restmust
must mst be taken Iken after atr each exercise enrcse While WhileftinK Wble WblerltnF bile bileresting
resting try deep dcfP breathing brcahtnl Stand Stnd erecl ereclhour frect srectthough
though hour nut tt In a ItralnN strained position And a at each eachbreath cb cbbreath w wJiest
rltnF nut paton
IboU11 breath dra1 draw the abomen abdomen tn Ipd apd throw the thechelt thechest
chest chelt OUT As s the breath breth Is exhaled exhae let the tneliest tie tiecJ thechest
chest fall Inward again Iiatn and the abdomen abdomenulward abomcn abomcnoutard abdomenoutward
outward cJ From twenty minutes to t half halfn hlf hlfan halfan
an n hour Is a long Ion enough time tme to devote to tolujluuana toJujltsu toJiujitsuaud
lujluuana Jujltsu Ald this tla I Include the Uin Wne spent n In Inireatblns I inbreathing
breathing during reals reltor restSfor for deep correct correctreal cort cortbrealhtn correctbreathing
breathing real nine is dulnA In itSelf ltal one of tUI the best bl exercises exercisesicatible enrclleapc8ibla exercisespossible
possible pc8ibla In inhaling draw the breath breathhrough breAthIhruah bteAththrough
through either eltle Ihknr toe Ibf nostrils nostris or th tM taouthi taouthiireferrwl mouth mouthpreferrP tnoutbSpreferred
preferred preferrP Inexhaling tnextlnl always let th thbredth thbredthhriih breath breathnr
< nr Hroiirh hrljh tbw thO th month mnnh
THIS ALSO LEFT OVER OVR TO 190 190TAMMAXY 1904 1904T 1904T41II4N1
TAMMAXY T 114 CA CAN MlIClPALIZ MlIClPALIZTHE UtlC1PALZE 11 tNICIPALIZETIlE i iTiE
THE TiE 30TII 39TI STREET FERRY FERRYMr rEnRJ rEnRJIr FEIIRMr
Mr Ir Fornrt Hunts 1lnts Another Week 1 < k to Thl ThlIt Tin Think ThinkIt
It I over Oer1lc Oerflie Tlie licit of the Slnkln Slnklnfund flnklns flnklnsfund SnkInIrend
fund Commission Commlwln Wag al ReadY Seller vetteiclay Sellerday tt r rdl
clay dl to Vote ote for It Ifellht ItFreight trelRht float Plat PlatTho PIanI PlanTho
I Tho proposal propsl to raunlcipnllzo luncplzc the Thlrtjninth Thirty Tblrtyninth Thirtyninth
ninth street stet ferry fern might mlFht have made progress progreint prprl prprlat progressat
at yesterdays yt terays meeting meting of the Sinking Fund FumCommission FundCjnml FundCommIssion
Commission Cjnml lon but for the tht refusal rfunl of President PreeidenFornee P PresidentFornes ldent ldentFornM
Fornee of the Aldermen to vote for the rose reaclutlona re roselutlous o olutlOI
lutlona lutlOI which in effect efect commit the clt cltto el city cityto
to the policy plcy Mr 11 Forncw Iorno Inid said ikl ho wnnte wnntea wnnted wnnteda nntl
a week ek to study Itud the resolutions resolutionsThe re resolutionsThe olutoM olutoMThe
The commission cmmlfqlol has had the project projet be before before
fore It for six months At yesterday yesterdaymeeting yestrays yestraysmetin yesterdaysmeeting
meeting metin Chief Engineer Enginer McLean lcLo of th thFinance the thoFinance theFinance
Finance Department Doprcnt reported reprted that to pur purchase purchac purchase
chase chac the property prpertyo1led propertyowned owned by the ferry ter com company cm cmpny coinparty
party and ad to build two 10 new boats bt woulcost would wouldcst wouldcost <
cost cst pny 1180 1860000 i86O Mr McLean IcLtan said Md that thathie thathiebe while whllihe whilehe
be made madito madoto
could
he did not think the route culd
to pay If it was Improved for a mere mer pas pasbcnger ia iasenger i
bcnger bngeI py service 8Ic yet he h was as of the opinion oplnlotthat opinionchat opinionthat
that by Improving the present preslnt terminal terminaland termll termlland terminalsand
and putting puttng on two freight fright boats bt the water watefront waterfront waterfront
front of South Brooklyn would undoubtedly undoubtcdljbe I
be quickly developed Drokly He le added that thatIncreased thatincreased I IIncrM
b qllokl developd
Increased IncrM revenue renle reventje to the city cty from th thbuilding the thebuilding < I Ibulding
building bulding up of South Brooklyn Drklyn docks doks would woukmore wouldmore I Imor
more mor than make up for any deficit detci that tat th thcity the thect thecity <
city ct might have hve in the operation operaton of th thferry the thofery theferry <
ferry fery Mr McLean cLn suggested fl lted that that as a thedock the thodock thedock
dock owners and property owners olel In South SouthBrooklyn SouthBrooklyn outhBrkly
Brooklyn owner would ould proprty benefit beneft considerably cnldtrabl bj bjan hran byan
an Brkly Improved ferry terr they might mlFht expedite expcclittthe fIldl fIldlthe expeditethe
the municipal ownership onerlp scheme fchtme by com combining cm cmbinng cornbitting ¬
bining binng muncp to furnish the the city ciy free fre of cost cst with wltla witha
a terminal trminal on the South Brooklyn Brokll shore shoreA
A cedes of resolutions reOlut11 were r presented presentedby prlcntf
by the Comptroller directing dlncing the Com Commissioner Commisioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner misioner Cmptrllr of Docks to prepare prepar plans plna for the Iheacquisition thoIcqublton theacquisition
acquisition Icqublton of the thl ferry fer companys compan property propertyand proprtyand propertyand
and for the equipment and operation operaton of a amunicipal amunicipal anmnlcipal
municipal ferry ferr
In the resolution rtsolulon the Dock Commissioner Commissionerwas Comm 610ner 610nerWlf
was Wlf directed dlretc to t make te his Ik estImates Estlmat on 01 the Ihebasis to too thebasis
basis o 1 of two now 10 boats Oatl only 011 President PresidentSwanstrom lrldent lrldentSwanfrom lresldentSeanstroni
Swanstrom Swanfrom iaid Iald two new ne lx hoatl boats > nln would not nolbe notbe
be sufficient sunclent Any attempt to utilize utiz the thetwo thetwo I
two b old boats bts now running runnig would woul be b llkn llkntrying Uk llkehying
trying tlng to make up a a team with It a thorough thoroughbred thoroughbrd thoroughbred ¬
bred brd and a epavined old crock crockComptroller crok crockComptroller I
Comptroller Comptroler lpve Grout Grut said Ir that equipment equipmentcould equlpmntculd equipmentcould
could culd be b determined detenlntd on at some tomo later ltr time timeand timeand timeand
and he added addedI
ade
I want ant to t serve sre notice notce now no that I will willnot wl willnot
not vote vot for the purchase of either eiher this thisferry tiL tiLftrr thisferry
ferry ftrr or the Staten Island Illand ferry unless unlessthey InleM InleMthe unlessthey
they the are nr planned plane on a basis hru1 of more mor moder moderate mor mornto modorate ¬
ate expenditure than is l called cUt for hi i the therecommendations thercmmendatot therecommendations
recommendations rcmmendatot upndlture of the te present prsent Dock DockCommissioner Dok DokComml DockCommissioner
Comml Commissioner Rloner I think that his plans plns lire lirealtogether lr arealtogether
altogether alogethfr too to extravagant extravagantPresident pxtravagalt pxtravagaltPresident extravagantPresident
President Winter of the Brooklyr rooklr pld pldTransit jldTmalt pidTransit
Transit Tmalt Company said Ild that if I the Thirty Thirtyninth l1rl l1rlninth itirtyninth
ninth street stot ferry fel were er Improved Ilpre hU hl com company cornpany < 1 1pn ¬
pany would increase Inc n the th railroad riro travelling travellingfacilities trve1ng travellingfacilities II
facilities pn faclltlC to South Sut Brooklyn BrooklynWhen Brokln BroklnWhn BrooklynWhen
When Mr Ir Forties FomC refused rfult to vote Mayor MayorLow MayorLow aor aorLw
Low Lw and ad Comptroller Comptoler Grout tried tril to persuade persuadehim persuadehim de dehim
him that tat the tl resolutions rsolutons did not pnu commit committho cmmit committhe
the t0 city cty to any actual actua expenditure expnditur at pros present p pent prosent ¬
ent but ho would not budge budpe As a unani unanimous unal unalmous utianimous ¬
mous vote ote was W required requi the matter mter was waslaid waslaid
laid over overSllET OTrSl overSILENT
SILENT Sl T SALUTE SAUT OF TllK TIl TI1 JAIS JAISThea 4S 4SThey i iTe
They Te Are Never eer > oU ol elsy > When Whln They Tle Greet Greettho Greetthe
the Mikado MikadoFrom ttIkadoFrom Ikado IkadoFrom
From the Ac Hudncv tydn1 Toun TOi and a nd Country Journal JournalAt
At the recent reclnt grand Irnd review of the Japanese Japanesefleet Jnpanesefleet e enot
fleet not when the th Sllkartos Jkado launch went by bythe bythe bythe
the civilians cviians removed remo d their top hat hits hats and andthe andthe andthe
the officers oleerl stood sto saluting slutlr In absolute abolute silence silenceIn UenceIn
In the same profound silence his Majesty Majestywas IIJe5t IIJe5twa
was wa received receive on board bard the Asama sCI lined lne along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the sides pldes with 1lth motionless motonlee men There was wassomething wassomething as asaomethlnl
something aomethlnl much more impressive Iprohe about aboutthis abouttbs aboutthis
this tbs than tbn the moat mOt enthusiastic entlwlasto cheering cheeringwouldhave eheerlnswoud cheeringwould
wouldhave woud would baT have been bcen H is considered cnsidered more morerespectful morerePtul morerespectful
respectful rePtul by the Japanese JapaneseOnly JaplnCo JaplnCoOa JapaneseOnly
Only Oa once was he greeted Ireeted otherwise t which whichwas whichwas hlch
was considered con ldre quite quJt an ovation oaton That Thlt was wason WI wason
on the theocca occasion lon of his entry entr after the thl victorious victoriouswar vietorlouwar I Iar
war ar with China when hen the enthusiasm and andloyalty andloyalty
loyalty of the people burst forth Into an nnovation anovation anovation
ovation such as I few monarchs have hle ever everreceived evtrrecehld everreceived I
received receivedAs recehld
As he h stepped lteppe on board bO Id the royal rOlltandard rOlltandardwa standard standardwas
wa was floated toatd from th the mizzen mtz7en mal maota a great greatcrimson Irtt Irtterhlu greatcrimsoit
crimson erhlu flag nal with the chrysanthemum chrfanthllum in ingold Ingold
gold Precisely Preclst at 030 oclock Hi tle the tanta tantabegan nm nmbegan 111
101 began be to move In the direction dlrleton of the fleet fleetand neotaud fleetand
and Ian then all ni au the assembled alembled ships Includ Including IncludInl including ¬
ing those of foreign forelcn nationalities Itolaltes tired rtd a royal royalsalute rora royalsalute
Inl
salute simultaneously simultaneouslyThe simultneous simultneousTho
The Mayako and CM Cllla1 Chisya ay a took tool up their theirpliires theirpilets theirplaces
places pilets behind bhlnd the thl Asunui which aowly 9owl and anddeliberulely Ind Inddrlberalely anddeliherateiy
deliberulely drlberalely steamed flemed clown dOWI between hNwltn the line lineSho In InSht linesShe
between the Admiral Admiralflagship Admiralsflagship
She passed pa betwlen Japanese Jafane e Admlralf
flagship 91 at lli the head hlId of the line Ino nnd his Ma MaJeiMya Majestys tn tnship
JeiMya naghlp ship Glory Gory the fliiitJhlp nll hlp of the th Hrlll Irltlh IrltlhAdmlrRl British BritishAdimmiral h hAdmiral
Admiral which respectively rllPetvelf headed hladld the thelines theHnl thelines
lines Hnl of Japanese Japauele and foreign forpIa vessels ves9118 The TlieEmperor TheEmptror TheEmperor
Emperor was wa greeted grlete with three Drlti nrlt British Britishcheers h hcheers hchtel
cheers chtel a as < he passed pl spc and nsth lS as th time < Japanesehave Japanese Japalpe Japalpehao Japanecehave
have taken tkea the British Britsh Navy W ns their model modeleach rodel rodeleloh modeleach
each eloh of lh the ships replied rppled with lh three cheers cheerslo chters chtersto
to the words vord Ho 10 hal hat honorably bonrably salulej salulejIncluding salutejIncludIng llltll llltllIncuding
Including Incuding the foreign rorplrn ships hlp there Ihfre were werefour wtr wtrtour werefour
four lines Ine8 the thl tonnage tlldgO of the Japanese Japaneseamounted Japant Japaneioaniountsel o oamount
amounted amount to J20000 ZOO tons The Emperor Emperorpn Emplor Emplorp Emperorptssed
pn p ptssed od o down < between the flr first t and second secondand secondarid cond condand
and returned retlrne between bet n the third nnd fourth fourthlines fourlhlnes fourthlines
lines The Chen Chto Yuen uln1 captured cpturld from the thea thl theChinese
lnes Chlne Chinese e wa was al th the rna end ot Ihl the second eo1 Hnl line linea
a fine war trophy for that young ounl fle fleet eAI t Pass Passing 1nls 1nlsIng Passlag ¬
ing tne through these lines Hi of grim Irll death ma machines 1111 1111chln3 lilachines ¬
chines one onl wn WM struck strck with lh the thought tholght of ofthe otthl oftime
the thl wonderful things thlnrs theM people ptopll had d ac accomplished cccomnplished ¬ I IcOin
complished cOin pUshld in thirty years yearsWhnl yearsWhat elr I
What n retrospect might mlht pus pl pa through ihroushthe throughthe i ith
the th mind of that mnn on the thl bridge hrldle of the theAsnnml theslml theAsanial
Asnnml slml Marquis Ho 10 stood behind bhlnr him to towhom 10whom towhom
whom more than any other that tha t fleet nept owed Its Itsetsl It Itpxstce itsexIstence
etsl exIstence nce It I wa a I proud day for him owe and nndfor andtor aridfor
pxstce for those who had labored wIth him In II the Ihegreat tbeIreat thegreat
great Ireat revolution revoluton or reformation reformationUXItER retormatlonUDFn reformationfJXDJf wlh
UXItER UDFn ARREST AnnlST 13S 13 TIMES TIMESThe TUI TUITc TI1LSThis
The Tc Record Retod of a Ilaltlmore Ualtlort Woman 1omln at asho asho101lc Shown Shownby Shownby
by Police 101lc Dockets Docketsfrom Uotkpts Uotkptsrom iioeketsProra
from rom tAt riillimirr n mrr Hun HunAmanda SunAmandl lmicAmanda
Amanda Amandl Orr Is once on en more an inmate Inmtte of ofthe oftho ofthe
the House Hou t of Correction Corrtcton Justice Fochtlg Fochtlgof Fechtl
of the Central C ntral district having ha 111 sentenced sentencedher 8entont1 8entont1her
her to a six months term in that thlt Institution Institutiona Instulon Instulona
a few d dls days ys ago agoTwentysix IiO IiOTwentysa agoTwentysiz
Twentysix times tmls during durlnl the eighteen eighteenyears pihtn pihtnyeuu eighteenyears
years that Amanda Orr 011 has ll been In the public publiceye publ publiceye <
eye so 1 to speak IpEak has the h been committed commltlll to tothe tothe tothe
the Cut CII M The Thl sentences SfntntI of confinement contmmtlt In Inthat Inthl inthat
that thl institution Intluton aggrfKale Illrplat u 153 months or ortwelve ortwele ortwelve
twelve years eurs And n I half Dut this Is merely merelya mere merer
a r fraction Iractoa of Amandas mRndl znanda police polce record recordIt recordI
It I has h been hpln said of her that she lias hA been beenorrcsl beenarreatld beenarrested
orrcsl arrested d oftener ofoner than any al oilier othlr man mln woman womanor wOlnn wOlnnor
or child chid In Baltimore and Ind the statement statementIs tatopnt tatopntcrtlni
Is certainly crtlni Indisputable Jndliputabh Since tho first firsttime fnt fnttlml firsttime
time tlml that she vi 1 aa arraigned arnlCIPd before a Police IollcoMagistral 10110 10110I PoliceMtigistraie
I Magistral 1118trntp In 1SSS 185 Amanda mlrn has been bee nr nrrested arI ciresteil
I rested rlel 13S 13 times thE Iikn many man other persons personsIn Jeron JeronI
In this thl world the unfortunate untortunat woman has hasnever hasnever 8S 8Snetr
I netr never done serious harm larm to any nn oae but butherself buti butherself
i herself Drunk she le has hR been often otlln ofIe she shehas sheI shehas
I h has s again Ilaln and Ind again Hglin disturbed the tif peace peaceand pecp pecpand peaceI
I and habitually habltII disorderly dl orcrJ she undoubtedly undoubtedlyIs undoubted undoubtedI
Is I but Amanda Am ndl Orr 011 has h 1 never 1ter been arrested arresledfor nreted nretedI arrestedI
I for larceny larcPn assault a8lilult malicious m lclous destruction deslrucilonof destructon destructoni
i of property proplrty or any an other felony elon Amanda AmandaU mandRnt mandais
U not nt a criminal criminalTh crlmln crlmlnI criminalThe
Th Thl The story of Amanda Orrs 0115 life lfl since nen she shewan Ihl IhlwaR shewas
I wan 20 0 years PU old Is I found In the tle huge musty mustyrecords mus mustyrecords
records of the Police Polce Department Dlprmtnt for In the theclglileen theeltltpln timeeighteen
eighteen eltltpln years e since inc that time tme it I Is not bo boIleved boo bool believed
Ileved l years r > thit she 6hl has been nt It liberty lbrt three ihrtoyears tlro tlror tlroThf threeyears
The Thf lilble ltble Wa a as Not Burned DnrnrdFrom Dnrnld DnrnldFrom BurnedFrom
From CPC t t Aon K Kmners nI it Citv Star StarSamuel SlnrSamuel StarSamuel
Samuel Jackson Jackpon died rled yesterday at4rda at his hl home homeIn
In Independence Inrlpendnce He I was W8 an old lime tme negro negroHe negrolie lro lroHe
He was as fond of telling te1ni stories of the thl times tmel be before b bfore hefore ¬
fore the war ar and one wan wal of a miracle he saw sawwith sawwit sawwith
with wit his bil own eye t The old log lol house known knownas
3 as the te Hudspeth Hudspth home In Fort Osage OIIO ton lownhlp tonsblp township
ship was burned hure by the Federals Fetrals under the thefamous theflmous thefamous
famous flmous Order Xo o U I Mrs rf Hudspetb Hudspth was a avery aPr avery
very Pr old nnd devout lady Ihd and nd she had the rec record rtcord record ¬
ord of her hfr family fmly In an old family tam1y Bible Dble which wbicbat
at the te time tme of the fire was WI In a cupboard In InIhe Intbe intheold
Ihe theold old bouse When Whtn the house was moulder ImoulderIna smoulderleg moulderIng
leg the te old lady called cale Sam and Ind pointed pclnW to t a aplace aplat aplace
plat place where here the the fire fre had been ben the hottest and andordered andordere andordered
ordere ordered him to take a long Ion I bandIed rake and anddig anddie anddig
die dig Into th the coals coal She told him h ht would woud find findber Andher
her bel Bible there unharmed unhared The negro ne o dug duginto dueJato dugInto
into the coals and got Iotot gotout out the tf Bible which whic was wasscorched Wa Wascrche wasscorched
scrche scorched around aroud the edges oles of the heavy heavyleather hsv heavyleather
leather Ifther cover cver but unharmed unhame maids Isldl Old Oldm Oldfdsm
fdsm m 11 s1sv rt r4rrl r In Ihl A I 5 mlrlr mired
SAVED sWED WOOP FOR CBAXITV CBAXITVLradln CIUfr CIUfrLalr czI4RZTYLeading
Lradln Lalr Leading citizens aUUD or o Akron AOD Ohle Obe Old 1 Do D Public PnttllHants PUO PUOItate Publicstunts
stunts Itate to Help the Ue Saturation 8to Army ArmyAKRON A Mill MillAKao
AKRON KfON Ohio Dee D 23 30no One of the mot motnovel mOlt mOltnoel mostnovel
novel sights sight over seen sn In I this thi city was w wit witnested wltne8 witnessed
nested ne8 by thousands tounds of people pople shortly sort after nftenoon afer afternoon
noon today ty at the te Intersection It ton of the te two twichjief twoIe twocI
chjief cI Ie let streets stret of Akron Aon when whe to t the must mustfurnished mUIo musicfurnished
furnished tumlse by the te Salvation Slrton Army MY band bandthe bnd bndthe bandthe
the lion William WI1 Buchtel Bucht l 81 years Ytra of age ae aeG
0 C Barber Brbe president preldet of the Diamond Dlamonii Dimon DiamondMatch
i Match Mat Company Cmpny Mayor Kempol Judge C CR CR CIt
R Grunt Grnt and other oter well known citizen citizenengaged cltlels cltlelsengage citizensengaged
engaged engage hi I an oldtime oidtlle wood wo sawing 1 lng b bto be boo booto
to attract atrct the crowd of 0 holiday hold shoppers shnpponto
to the army ay kettle kettleNearly kott kettleNearly
Nearly Nerl half h a cord cr of wood o was nl sawec sawecIn Mwe sawed sawedin I IIn
In this tis way and nd later lter was Wi auctioned auclono off offThe ot oftThe I
The exhibition exhibiton netted nete nearly carly t 300 for thiArmys the te theArniys I
Armys ms Christmas Christms dinner dller This contest conteswas ontEt contestwile
was S the te result of a a casual csul remark madi madiby mldo madoby i iby
by Judge Grant Grnt In i his hl office ofc at the Akron AkroiSavings An AnSwings AkronSavings
Savings Bank B on last Saturday Satury He am amMr and andMiS I IMr
Mr Buchtel Buctl were watching watcing the people peple pass pasithe pM passthe I
the Salvation Ivaton Army Ay kettle klte on the te comawithout coma cme cornerwithout
without 1itout depositing depostng money when turning turningto tui
to Mr Buchtel Buchtl the Judge said saidIf sid sidU saidIf
If the Army 1 would ould pile pie up a cord cr ol olwood or orwoo ofwood
wood woo provide saws I S and young men mC to saw savit 1 sawIt
it I they the would attract Itrct a large Irge crowd crw anc ancgreatly and andgreatly aridgreatly
greatly swell swtl their thei receipts receiptsSplendid reipt receiptsSplendid
Splendid suggestion suggetloD replied reple MrBuchtel MrBuchteland
and if they the do It dc dtplto despito pito my m 81 years OllS 1 1will I II Ivuiil
will I help helpThe helpTe helpThe
The conversation was reported in th thpapers the thepapers
Te cnveraton reporte te tePpers
and taken by the Army ArmyPOltlK Arraypoiuxi
papers Ppers promptly prompty take up Ay AyPODlK
POltlK PODlK STAGE COACU ROBBEDDriver ROBBED nODDEDDlvcr ROBBEDDriver
Driver Dlvcr Tied Ttd to One of Ills Horse Hore and Hen HenInto SentInto MontInto
Into the Vlllace VlllaceBnooKFIELD VillageBaoOXFELD JS JSBnOOKFIELD
BnooKFIELD Mass I Dec Do 23 23Tbe The stag stagrunning stge stgerunling stagerunning
running runling between btwen Brookfleld Brookeld Station Stton an anthe ad adthe and andthe
the village viage of Podunk Pounk was a held up in II Wciitorstyle Wciitor We Weetornstyle trn trnstyle
style shortly horly after aftr 5 I oclock oeok yesterday e < orday after afternoon aftr aftrnoon afternoon
noon by b two masked rako men who made lado th thdriver the thedver thedriver
driver dver Thomas Thoma Jenkins Jenki tumble down om from fronhis tromhi fromIiis
his hi neat fat at the point pint of a a revolver revoho and t tsearched be besearched
searched ache The robbers robber then unhitch unhitchthe unitche unhitched unhitchedthe
the horses horeR and making ma Jenkins mount on onof ono onoof oneof
of thorn thpm tied ted his hl feet beneath bne the animals animalibelly aaIs aaIsbly animalsbelly
belly bly and nd the horses horf were w6e then headed headetoward heade headedtoward <
toward Fldhdale and lashed luho by b a whip hlp li lithe in inthe inthe
the hands hand of one of the robbers robbersJenkins robbr robbersJenkins
Jenkins Jenkin succeeded suecdo in i turning turnig the bead beadof head headsof
of his hi horses hore and galloped glop Into Int Podunl Podunlwithout Pounk Pounkwithout Podunkwithout
without the old coach cah that tat has h8 made mae semi semiweekly el elwekly semiweekly
weekly wekly trips trip for eighty years ea Jenkins Jenklnitold Jenkin Jenkinstold
told tld his hi story Itr to t Constable Contble Perkins Psrki who ai aionce at atone atonce
of farmers Headed Headexby Headedby
once one organized organe a posse p taer Heade
by the te Rev R Mr M Atkins Ati the village v1lgo pastor pastorthey ptr ptrthey pastorthey
they searched the lonely woods near the theholdup theholdup
serhe wos te teholdup
holdup The stage stge was 1a found where it ithod Itha ithad
had ha been bn left and several seerl boxes boxe of mer merchandise merchand merchandise ¬
chandise chand were found opened opned Jenkins Jenin has hasdriven ha hasdriven
driven drven the th stage stKe for fifty 1m years yearsSHALER yearsSI1ILLR et etSIL1
SIL1 SHALER STOPS HIS Il LECTURES LECTURESHarvard lCTRES lCTRESUlnrd LECTURESharvard
Harvard Professor Poror May S lie If Want to net netRid f GelRid
Rid of Twenty tnt Little IJtte fUsamnmns fUsamnmnsCAMBBIDOK Bsamomn BsamomnOUIB8IDO RagamumnaCaataaiaoa
CAMBBIDOK Mass Ma Dec Dc 23 23Bul 23Because 23Becausehe Because Becausehe
he says Harvard men act like loafers 10afer at atlectures atlecturs atlectures
lectures lecturs Prof Prf Xathnel Nathaniel S Shalor Shlor of Har Harvard Harvard Haryard ¬
vard the geologist and dean of the Law Lawrence Lw LwrnN Lawrenee ¬
renee rnN scientific IcentIc school has ha decided dolde to dis discontinue dlscntnue discontinue ¬
continue cntnue his well el known geological gelogicl lecture lecturecourse letur leturCUI lecturecourse
course CUI as a an elective eleive study Itud at Harvard HarvardThis Hrvar HarvardThis
This coos Go not mean mel as has hs been bn ru rumored rumord riimored ¬
mored mord that Dean Dn Shaler will IU retire rtie from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the faculty but that in the future tutur geology geologyfour gcloy gcloyfour geologyfour
four will wil not count aa one of tho seven seventeen STen STentel seventeen ¬
teen tel course CUIi necessary nel r for the Harvard Hanar de degree degr dogree ¬
gree of bachelor of arts artsProf artsProf
bhelor
gr ars arsProto
Prof Shalor Shor when asked ke about the mat matter mt mttr mattar ¬
tar tr said saidI eld eldI
I have hve decided dPlde to give up tho course courseat cur
at a least les as a an elective lech8 course cur I want wantto wantto ant antto
to conduct it as I did when hen I Iflratbegan Iflratbeganit first trt began beganIt bgan bgani
It i thirty tWry and more mor years cr ago There Ter ore oreabout ar areabout
abut about twenty little ltte ragamuffins rgamufne I want to toget toIet toget
Iet get rid rd of Id like lke to spank pank them But Butmind Hutmind Butmind
mind you this Isnt official ofcial The faculty facultyhasnt fauly faulyhasnt facultyhasnt
hasnt taken tken any action acion in regard rogar to the thematter tbemater thematter
matter mater as I yet Its Just my r own plan planwhich planhlch planwhich
which hlch I am trying trng to put through throughPOCKETS thrub thrubrOVKETf throughPOCKET8
POCKETS rOVKETf FULL FUL OF 01 01 DYXAMITE DYXAMITEime D141ITE D141ITE8me
8me Some ime Jersey Jef Boy Do Find Fnd a tto DoX Box of It I and andTike andTke andTake
Tike Tke Possession PossessionEAST POSI1ton POSI1tonEST PouessionEzar
EAST EST ORAXOE ORA O X J 1 Dec Dc 23 23TheElt 23TheEltOrnge 23The The East EastOrange EastOrange
Ornge Orange and anc Newark police ple have joined joinedn Joine
In n a search Iearch for a numl number > er of boys bY who are arerandering areandering arewandering
wandering about abut in tho two cities ctes with withlynamlte wit withdynamite I
dynamite dymite in i their telr pockets keu Some Sme of the tholynamlte te thedynamite i idmlte
dynamite was a recovered recver yesterday from fromour fromfour I Ifou
fou four our East Elt Orange Orang boys bye whoso whOo last Ilt names namesire Imel namesare I Iaro
ire Hall Hal McKenzIe and Lane Lne there ther l being helg helgtwo beingtwo > eingtwo
two Lane LnD boys boysTho bya byaTbo boymaTho
Tho boys brs found the explosive pJploive buried buriedunder bure buriedunder
under a I pile plo of coal c1 about I out forty feet fot from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Lackawanna Lcknanna Itailroad Rairoad tracks trck In i East EastOrange Et EtOrngo EastOrange
Orngo Orange last lt Friday Frda The Te sticks stiks which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were In n woaen o < en box tx were frozen frozn to togethor togethor togetlior
gethor and the boys b separated teparte them by bybatting bybating byhatting
batting bating them against agst a tree te Tills Thil dono donethey donothr donothey
they thr broke up one of the frozen fr n sticks stlcl Into IntoBmall Ito ItotUaU intosmall
small tUaU fragments frgmenb which hieb they tey stowed ltwe away awayIn aayIn awayin
In their thei pockets pocketsThey poeell pocketsThey
They told a colored clor man mn named name Robert RobertTravlH Robr RobertTravis
Travis Tra about aout their find fnd yesterday YCtorday and andtwo andIhowed antishowed
Ihowed showed him the specimens Travis tok tokto took i itwo
two of tho sticks ttlkf tick to Ipompnl Abram Abrm Cornish Corih station wtationagent ilton iltonIgcnt stationagcnt
agent Igcnt at Grove street Rttct Cornish Comuh put plt them themout HIIm thetitout I Iout
out in the middle Ilddle of a lot lot and notified notil tho thopolice thopolc thepolice
police policeTwo polc
Two other sticks rtcks were presented prnt to Prin Principal PrIncpl Principal ¬
otler
cipal Co Coo of the Columbian C lumblan public pullo school schoolHu fchool schoollie
Hu cpl HI put them In n pull pal of water watr andcalkxl andcalkxltlw and called calledthe l
the police lc Then Tttl the th police polc came cie ques questioned qUI queshoned ¬
honed tono the tlu boys oyt and took the te dynamite dynamiteto I Ito ito
to tho police poc station htaton where hpre it wan WI itn itnmersed 11 irmimersod I
mersed merM in I moro mor water and removed r100 to nn nnisolated fn anisolated I
isolated iolatc spot tpolTho Ipot IpotTho spotlhmo
Tho Eiitit Elbt Orange boys bOYI do O not know kno the thenames Ihenarl thenaxnett
names narl of the Newark boys os who 10 took tolt the Ihorent lholCt therest
rent lCt of the dynamite dynamiteTho dlamlw dlamlwno dynamitefLu
fLu dynamite rnamlo was 1 stolen from some ex excnvatorn excnvatol oxcavators
cnvatorn cnvatol who were wer working on the rail railroad 01 railroad ¬
roa roaTl road
TKAM Tl l FOR MRS 1ns WALKERi WALKERiicrro UKElrl UKElrlSCIO W4LKERdegro
SCIO icrro egro Woman Bank Dlnk President In filch filchmonrt Rtth Rtthmond Richmend
mend Va Gets G1 a smart Gift GiftRICHMOND Gir GirHlcmloND GiftIticistoD
RICHMOND Va a Dec Do 23 23Tho Tho Order of ofit orSt ofSt
St it Luke today presented to Mrs Mr Maggie Maggiej agglo aggloL
L I j Walker Walter president prEdldent of the St Luko Bank Banknew Bnk Bnka Banka
a new victoria with a pair of black blCck horses horsesho ho I
The ho recipient recplen of thIs thll handsome hlnlome gift Is the thenly Ih Ihonly theonly
only nly negio leglo woman 0111 In tho world at tho head headf hod hodI headof
of f a financial institution intituton The ht horses hO are arexactly areexactl arecxnctiy
I xactly exactl fnancial matched in color clor and dl7 size iz < The Tlwarriage Thecriage Thecarriage
carriage criage seals II four foul and is provided proid 1 with withobes withrobes I Iro
robes ro s and coachmans oachmali livery 1ery plated Ilal d har harJPSH harnoes I In
JPSH n K and whip hip
Tho prwoniatlon pNntatlon wa vs made at a 1 publto publtoneutinz publo publomNtn publinmeetinjt
meetinjt neutinz tho leading speakers peakert being the thetov theI limeltev
mNtn tov I v K 1 D I Lewis and James Jame H 1 Hayes HayesJnder Haves HavoUnder HavesUnder
Under the management of Mrs Mr Walker Walkerho WRIkertho Walkerthe
the ho bank has ha thrived thrn1 She ho U Ii wealthy wrnlthymd wIalh wIalhand wealthyand
and lives 1o in good god style styleTower Ityl ItylTontI styleTower
TontI Tower Operator oprator Holdup 1ldUp Man Ial CISII CISIIIUISOTON might mightWILMINGTON sumgtiW1LMIOTON
WILMINGTON IUISOTON Del Del Dec De 23At S oclock oclockhis ocQck ocQckthis oclockthis
this evening two marked mMke men tried to hold holdp holdup holdup
up > p tho Pennsylvania 1enn3 hanla Railroad Rlrond tower tiwer opera operair operatr operater
tr ter ir at Lmwood Linwod Pa Ia seven miles mlel north northpf norh norhof
of pf this city ct Ho le shot at them and they theyled theyto theyfled
led to Some Sme Italian Italnn laborers 1Iorl took Wk up the theihase thecha thechase
chase cha and a running nmnng fire fre followed foloe Pre Previous Pr Prvlols Provious ¬
vlols vious to the attack atak one of the railroad railroadoiegraph rairad rairadwegraph railroadtelegraph
telegraph wires wire was 1 cut ct The Te man was waf ar arettcd arrebtC Arrested
rested rebtC late tonight tonightSome lonight8mr tonightSome
Some 8mr Youthful outrn Ideas IdratFrom Idra IdraFrolnlh IdeasFran
From Frolnlh IAe At UaUimort Balimor Sun SunOne SUI SuitOne
One of the te graduates ldultu of the Stale Norma Noroiaehcrlwho Sora SoraSChcrI1b NormaScheelwlic
ehcrlwho SChcrI1b Ultschlngln ta techlnl teaching In Southern Maryland Marylandut llnland llnlandha
ha has ut started Mte < a collection cUecton of remarks remark of her hercholsrs hUacbohr hersehoiuirs
cholsrs A composition comGslton hv h I a mum bljUI twelve twelverearold twelryearold e eyeuold
rearold chapoo Butler Buter M klngbe ktng tna be beii = u VMIO VMIOhe ILI iin iinthelogicai
cblpn
tbe thelogicai he logical loalol rtmurkthat Hmurk that U 1111 is nece npes necessIrytoPave necessIrytoPaveup rytowiv rytowivip to M Mup
up ip your money more and buy a cow cw to make makeuttr i ibutur I Ibutter
butter buttersarcasm > uttr uttrSarcasm
buturarcam Sarcasm arcam Is something emethlcl that cornea omea Inctns Inctnss I In etnl ens ensis
Is s the teacher ulehtr vows Ows it I definition dr nllon irivnn iven n her h r on onI one on6rl oneday I
rl day I or lust II t irp weeP pk V
= T TwJ TwJADMIRAL t
ADMIRAL I WHITE WITH FALLS MLLSIN DBA DBAV DEAD1 DEAD1i DEAD1IN i
IN V THE TiE BROOKLYN DIOOKtY JfAW Jnr A9 YARD YARDWHERE YARDWHERE YARDWHERE
WHERE lIE FIRST S4IF SERVICE SERVICEsi SE11ICE SE11ICEelt
si There elt on n a Vlttt IIU and WM a Not neco neconlied fteo fteonlu Itecog Itecogfixed
fixed nlu Until He Had Hd Died PleAn DledAn An A Acount Ae Aetat Ac Account
count tat of HI H IUI Career Cer In I the th Nan NlJ 4asyILC 4asyILCtired n ntired
tired tre Because Dcae of Heart lert DIsease DtieiKRear Dtele DteleRe DIseaseRear
Rear Re r Admiral Ada Edwin Ewin White Whltf U S N Nretired Srtr Nretired
retired died very ver suddenly suddeny shortly horb b oor oornon before beforenoon cr crnoon
rtr ce
noon non yesterday at the navy oovy yard In Urook Urooklyn UltIOkIn Drooklyn
lyn where ho was first assigned to dut dutshortly duty dutysbortly dutyshortly
shortly after his graduation grodua lon from the Navi NaviAcademy NaalAcadomy lhvatAcademy
Academy In November J884 J884Since 111MSince 1864Since
Since his retirement with the th grade o oRear of ofnear ofHear
Rear Admiral In December 1609 > he ha habeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been living at EdgehlU In Princeton N J Jwith Jwith Jwith
with his family He came to o the city yes yesterday yesterda yesterday
terday terda morning from Princeton and hi hivisit his hisvisit hisvisit
visit to tho yard which was entirely un unexpected uncxrectod Unexectod
expected is believed to have been made madin madeIn
in order to exchange Christmas greetingwith greetings greetingsWIth greetingswith
with Rear Admiral Rodgers the com commandant earnmandant comemandant
mandant and some other officers with wltlwhom withhom withwhom
whom hom he had been closely c1ol ly associated during dutinihis duringhis duringhis
his long naval career careerHe careerHe careerHe
He entered the gate ga e unrecognized A Aho Ahe As Asho
ho was passing p to the building of the gen genoral general genoral
oral storekeeper s r he was seen to stop stopsuddenly Iopsuddenly stopsuddenly
suddenly throw up his hands and stagger staggering staggerin stOggerlag
lag in toward the cross rolling n fall to the thfflagging thlltlagging theflagging
flagging A clerk in the office of the board boanof boardof
of inspection who had noticed the Incident Incidenthurried iDeldenthurrled incidenthurried
hurried with Lieut Hannum and Foreman ForomoiPost ForomanPOllt ForemanPost
Post of the department of yards and docksto docks docuto
to the stricken man and with others vh vhquickly who whoquickly whoquickly <
quickly reached she spot did everything everythlnjpossible everythingp everythingpossible
possible p 8llible to revive him but without success successDr successDr 8 8Dr
Dr Pierce surgeon of the yard who was wapromptly waspromptlr waspromptly <
promptly summoned worked over bin binfor h1mtor himfor
for several minutes Death came quickly qulckljafter quicklyatter quicklafter
after the Admiral was placed on a couch oouclin couchIn couc coucin
in tho office of the general 1 storekeeper storekeeperAlthough etorekeeperAlthough storekeeperAlthough
Although a dozen officers and navy yarc yarcofficials yard yardoffiolala yardofficials
officials were around the dead man was wainot Watnot wasnot
not recognized until Lieut Uannum had hactaken hadtaken hadtaken
taken a small notebook from his pocket pocketwith pocketith pocketwith
with ith his name inscribed In It Presently Presentljmost Presentlymost Presentlymoist
most of the officers readily identified th thretired the theretired theretired <
retired Real Admiral although some olthem of oftbem ofthem
them had not seen him for years Rear RealAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Rodgers and Capt Barry captain of olthe oftheyard ofthejard
the theyard yard were weromucrhaftectodwhentheyheard weromucrhaftectodwhentheyheardof much affected when they heart heartof heamof
of Rear Admiral Whites death The body bodywan bodyWII bodyware
wan removed to the Naval Hospital HospitalHeart HospitalHeart
Heart disease from which Rear Admiral AdmiralWhite AdmiralWhite
White had long been a sufferer and which whichcaused whichcaused
caused his retirement from the navy was wasthe fIaathe wasthe
the cause of death deathEdwin deathEdwin deathEdwin
Edwin White was born in Ohio in 1843 1843and 1 1843and 3 3and
and was the son of Lyman White Ho Hograduated Hegraduated Hograduated
graduated from the Naval Academy in I8AI I8AIas 1861as
as a midshipman and in IBM became ensign ensignand ensignand ensignand
and master He was promoted to Lieutenant LieutenantIn
In 1868 and In the following year to Lieu LieutenantCommander LieutenantConunander LieutenantCommander ¬
tenantCommander He reached the grade gradeof
of Commander or In 1886 and In 1808 that of ofCaptain otCaptain ofCaptain
Captain CaptainIn
In 1803 18D he was put in command of the theConcoid theConcol theConcord
Concord d and was sent up the Mississippi MississippiRiver MississippiRiver I1MlsslpplRhor
River u w > Memphis Tenn and afterward afterwardto
to Cairo Ill a trip that attracted much muchattention muchattention muchattention
attention at the time From < 1805 until the thesummer thesununer thesummer
summer of 1898 he was stationed as com commandant CODlmandant cornmandant ¬
mandant of cadets at the Naval Academy Acad my
Annapolis ArmaJ Olla > Md MdIn MdIn MdIn
In the latter part of Ihn war with Spain Spainhej
hej h commanded the monitor Puritan In Intho Intl1e Inthe
the autumn of the same year he was trans transferred tralllferred teensferred ¬
ferred to the command of the flagship flagshipPhiladelphia flagllhlpIbiladelphla
Philadelphia on tho Pacific Coast He Heproceeded Heproceedtd Heproceeded
proceeded with Ith the Philadelphia to Samoa Samoathe SamoaIhere Samoawhere
where after a shore engagement he quelled quelledthe
the last IRBtlnsurrectlon insurrection and established a con condition condition condillon ¬
dition of amity which still exists among amongtho
tho native factions He was fiftieth on ontho onthe onthe
the list of Captains when he was retired retiredas
as a Rear Admiral AdmiralAdmiral AdmiralAdmiral dmlrul dmlrulAdmiral
Admiral White married marrledln in 1870 Antonia Antonlathe Anton13the Antoniathe
the daughter of Admiral George F Emmons EmmonsHe EmmonHe
He belonged to the Army and Navy clubs clubstho clubsthe
the University Club and the New York YorkYacht YorkYacht YorkYacht
Yacht Club and several clubs in Washing Washington ¬
ton Princeton and San Francisco Besides Bmideshis Besideshis i ihis
his widow a son and daughter daugbeflIunive survive him himObituary himObituary
blml
Obituary O JtUU Notes NotetJames SoteaJamM NotesJames
James Bultcrworth Randol who whoIntersted was wasInteresled wasinterested
interested in a number of California quick quicksilver Qulcsllwr quicksilver ¬
silver and silver mines and several fruit fruitorchards fruitlrchards fruitorchards
orchards in the hunt Clara Valley died diedyesterday diedftaterday diedyesterday
yesterday at his homo 17 I West Seventy Beventvthird 6elentvthird Seventythird
third street of heart h art disease dl easp In his sixty sixtyeighth Slrtfelhth sIxtyeighth
eighth year ear He had been lI pn out of active activework aeU aeUwork activework
work for six years Iara Mr 11 Kandol wa was born bornat bor bornat n nat
at Xewburch went to California In the late late6s lal lateos
6s and became interested intheNeir In the theNew Xew AI AIrnuden AImaden Alreaden
rnuden quicksilver mine of which he was waslater Willilater waslatar
later manager for twentyfive twentyfivewas yesrs ears lie 1111as liewas
was as the owner of the Mirabel Mtra 1 sliver sliverMr IIUv r mine tIIlnelr mineMr
Mr lr ruindol was a member of tho Jletror JletrorIho Metropolitan 3letropoUtanthe
the Engineers and the Lawyers clubs tho thoInstltule thoIn thoInstitute
Institute In tltute of Mining Engineer of this t hia city cllyHtid clt cltlind cityand
and the Paclflolnlon of 01 San Francisco He Hewas kitwas
was a director of the h Bank of California and andwas andwas
was 118 int Interested resied In tevoral other San Francisco Franciscoemtrprliw Franciscoetiterprises
emtrprliw enltr rIKI He leave Ia ea a wife and live livechildren II livechildren
children childrenChauncey childrenChauncey
Chauncey W V Town a lawyer nt 40 4 > Wall Wallstreet SaIlstreet all all5treet
street wbo lived at 80 5 Went Kightyfourth Kightyfourthstreet
street died on Tuesday evening at t the Iloow Iloowof ItOOfoiIll Rooseoit
Ill oit hospital after nn ol operation > ralloll for a trouble IroublAof
of lone standing He was in I n ht sixtythird hisixtythirdyear sixtythirdyar IIIItftblrdar
year ar Mr MrT Ir Town own was born I rn ut Moutpeller MoutpellerVi MOlltl > lltr
Vi 1 the son on of Ira S Town anti nllllill in hU hi school schooldays IIchoo IIchooris schoolttas
days had George G orat3 Dewey Dewe ns a companion companionMr
Mr Town often ofl told how ho and Dewey Dnwp once oncefought oncefought
fought a mighty tight l eht on the th school hoolilround hoolilroundOeM grounds groundsDewey groundsDewey I
Dewey OeM won 011 hut was licked by h the leacher for forIt torII forit
It Mr I 1 Town wpnt v nt to Dartmouth from fromand Cr0111which I Ihleh
which hleh he was as graduated with llh high hono honoand honors honorsand
and wan attached att3ehecllallr later to time th Vermont rmonl State BloloLibrary Htato1Jbrar Statelibrary
Library lie caru came her hlll a number IIl1mb r of years yearsago yearsego an anlilCO
ago lie leuveo a widow wido a son and a adauubler adal1l1htpr adaughter
daughter dauublerThomas dal1l1htprThomas daughterThomas
Thomas En Eagles pies died at his dining table In Inno InnO inRosevilis
no Rosevilis 41l1Ie vill V J 1 J on Tuesday ere evening nine H Hwas IIwa Its Itswas
was wa the olJrsl member of a family fa mil which whichsfltl whtchNtlpd whichscttlett
Ntlpd sfltl l In Newark pwar VX year ngo and he h was wasborn 1IRIIborn wasborn
born In Newark owl1rk In ISO I I In a bourn LOll In Orange Orangeslreet Oranlu9lTt Orangestreet
street 9lTt where hi father Thomas I Eagles Eagleswas Eagleswas i iwn
was wn born and rIled rli He was Hn expert manu manufacturer mallllfacturtr mnanutecturer ¬
facturer of table oilcloths and In 1651 went Int to toKnglmid toEngland I
England to introduce the industry Indn tr there thereand th thereand rt rtand
and was WII away alCl from Newark ewark for fifteen years yoAruMtntilli YMI1tMlhll yearsesttlIshing
Mtntilli esttlIshing < hine factories ractori abroad In lftf7 Im Imnna IIInd liiand
nna and nd his hi wife wlidirated the t hp fiftieth anniver anniversary nnnllra annlvertory ¬
tory a of their wedding Mr dre Ir Eagle died last lastyear lastyear
year He leaves two t TO sons two daughters daughtersand
and live grandchildren grandchildrenVirginia grandchildrencirglnla
Virginia nr ntll Hrnnder Matthews the Ih mother molherof
of lanifs UrainUr llralld r Matthew the author and andprofi5or AndIroft andprofessor
professor Iroft or of drnmntlc lltcruture at Columblii ColumbliiHlie Cohullblnrllld Coliiubicdied
rllld ytsterdsv Irdw lit 13 W Vost t sixteenth = Street MrpctHlat StreetSite
Site W eas M th1 Ih daughter of Janirs aneg s Brander Branderft
ft Hcotrhmsn ihti ho hl came Ill to this thl country aim aimmirrl In and andnnrrld 1
nl1rrleI mirrl d in rcicrcbiirB Vo He moved moveddftcrward moffiflrwar movedafterward
afterward flrwar l to New Orleans and berAhl the thetrnt IheInrlltpt thelargtt
trnt shlpoMTier there Mrs lrM Mattheu MattheuMatthowd llltththo
who ho was II born Sept z7 i I iea O married Edward EdwardMatthews dwllr f fIlatthpwl
Matthews In meat I I Thoy 1h moved lo New NewVork NewYork
York in ISSO U n Her hunlwnd hllI > IO1 died Iti h l ta7 ta7Thr it7lure 87 87Ihrco
Thr lure chIldren survive Mrs Ir Matthews Islth lplIIl1I lplIIl1IIIranfor tpiit tpiitflranttr CHIPS CHIPSRrandfr
Rrandfr 1 daughter Mrs IN Peter T F barlow barlowalto llarlow llarlowKlff
alto If of tho City Cil Magistrate llalll trlltlInd mind an umnitrrledlaughter unmarried unmnrrlrddUllchtr unmarrieddaughter
laughter dUllchtrThll daughterTime laughterTim
Tim llnv Mother Mary M Msr Wftlbiirgn pro proilnilfll proInlinl protlnilful
ilnilfll of lh the Sockty of th time Holy ChIld HilldJisu llId
Jisu Jstia dId on Monday last lit th tI Atnrrinin Atnrrinininothrr mrrlranmohr uuierirtunnothir
inothrr house hOII p of the society oelpt nt Kharon Mill MillIll
Ill of heart failure Site was WI born IP ii Knc Kncnnu En Enf Fngiarmi
iarmi nnu M years Iars ego Hiid tit1 was wIIIJ1Jlntld appointed superior superior3f
of the I tb h American provlnon prln In IR7 1575 7h 7horl lbsotitV h
8011 orl tv founded ni llii tIm pnueM rIIIP and under underJin tindertilt
tilt Jin 9iipfrvl 1IrvlhB loi of Pop Ilus 11 Ill l IX for time tlinojterlnij thntlJtfrlnc timefoMertng
ojterlnij of hitcher Oitbollf ducHtlon In Innelnnd InFnl1lnnd inEnelanti
nelnnd ow 0 Its It profprlty flro prln in fl this llal country cnuntryHiram countrylargei unIt unItPI
largei PI to hr 7ul 7ulJIIrllnl zeolHiram
Hiram W V Ilrvfcwitli 1 law In partner of Abrn Abrnvim Abrilhanl Abraham
ham vim Lincoln from lM 1 56 till l Iftl l died at St StIukes 8tIllke Stlmke
Illke Iukes Hopltnl Ohiraco on in Tuesday TlIlflrto at atll attim
Ih ll no a of 73 Jtp He wa OIP 01 of Lincolns rlovM rlovMi IQr dioSestpersonimi t
p personimi i rfoinl friend rrln < anti when thet lincoln dcvel dcveljpixl developtii
jpixl 01 > 1 Into u circuit liwycr Mr Ir Becltwith h be betnn bfCIlh becane
cane tnn hi his resident rt lrltnt partner let l Dnnvllle nIe From Fromn FromI517
I I517 n M to itin Mr Ir tlerktrlth wn was president lr alelpnt of ofhi ofthe
the hi State RI t HlMorlrnl Society of Jlllnoh He Heoves UfI lielaves
I laves oves a widow wldolInd and nd two son on lip II rae r bronchi broulfhtto
to 0 the > hospital In Chicago from his hi home In InDanvlllrt intanvlin
Danvlllrt on Oct IS ISOoh 18Yo1r
Ooh Worthlnirton Jr It t member of the theiVorthliicton IhfWorlhhnn thellorthitaeton
iVorthliicton family ta 111 11 which has hn bren In the therug thedrul theiriIg
drul rug bufln bu buslnss ln w nt 111 162 fi2 Fmton F ton street Brooklyn Brooklynor Brook Brooluhvnfar n nfor
for or over half n f rnlun > ritiiry dlfd on Tuesday Tiifcnnyilghl TUF TUFnllrht Tuesdaynight
night In his home nt S 52 Z III lay ii > y Street m his is fifty flflyIril f1tnnrllt fiftyfirst
first your 1 His death ri r resulted ult tlltd < d from burn burnertlved ioUIMrerclfd hornreceived
received while smoking mokln In Na d about a neck weeUigo wpkRCO neckago
ago <
igoMrs Mrs llln Carson widow of Janet Jsm Canon Canonno CIr Cersonone on onona
one > no of the oldst old t residents of Allegheny AlleghenyIKO
1 pa died yesterday In the lnoth year of her hfrlito herlee
lee dime > wa was > the motherinlaw of fol follmn hi M1mnne
IRMF lmn Anlrnw Wrp the well toll known kno nMl engineer engineerivho pnllnptrfho engineerwho
who built th famous 3mOllll K Flldll d jetties at the thencuth Ihemcuth themouth
mouth of the MlsMp IIMIIflpl lr > pl River RiverSnmual RiverSamuel
Samuel H Louden lotld n for nine years po poet poetmuter postmaster t tnaster
muter of Klverolite Conn ann and andtnlor senior memo memher mem memT
her > T of the trucklnir firm of R R Louden Louden3on LoudenSon A A80n
Son at II Leonard streel str stre ° t in Ihls city elt dl dliuddenly dld dldMlddlnly did didsuddenly
suddenly at hi his Klv tlnffolde < r lde home on Tuesday Tuesdayvenlng Tuesdalfnlnll Tuesdayevening
evening He WM 11 In his seventIeth entl tb jear jearFor JurI
I For twentytwo yearn ean < h resided r slded at t dyer Rlverilde
side sid Three sons tlS and R daughter survive surviveFell surviveFelix uninFllhr
Fell Felix Victor P Peget g M t professor of Romance Romircanguages flomlJllanlU RomanceItasioteds
lanlU Itasioteds anguages 1r1 and llt literature r ture in the th tnlTfrsltr tnlTfrsltrthe tntrsltor
or Cillforpta died yesterday of spoplexy spoplexyaged P plery pleryIc
Ic I 70 UP IM born In Fran France and 00 fought fOlthtIn foughtIn
In the Franroni FranrottIM inr > War s as > IIn n offlcor offlcorle omrHe nmcerHe
He le went w nt to th the Inlvor Tntvtrity ntwrit ltr of California In Int7
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To Busy Men and others who cannot make up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their minds or who have put off Christmas buying to tothe totilt tothe
the last moment mom nt we suggest suggestPerrin sugr suggestPerrin st stPerrin
Perrin Glove Bonds BondsIssued Bondslsued BondsIssued
Issued for any amount amountThe amountThe amountThe
The safest thing you can buy i you run no risk of old oldstyle oldstyle oldstyle
style poor quality or wrong sizes the recipients recipientschoosing redpientscbooslnr recipientsI
choosing for themselves themselvesEvery them themselvesEvery tves tvesEvery
I Every one needs gloves Every Everyone one is delighted with withthem withthem withthem
them as presents presentsPerrin presentsPerrin presentsPerrin
Perrin Gloves are wellknown as a stand standard standard standI standard
ard make Prices from 100 OO upwards upwardsi
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FLEECED FLE CED PROPERTY OWNERS OWNERSSALZMAS OWNERSSHZlIA OWNERSS41ZMAN
SALZMAS GOT NOTES OTES FROM MAXY MAXYtrOMEX I141I1OIIEN
trOMEX VICTIMS VICTIMSOffered llJruuOtrutd ICTLISOffered
Offered High Ish Figure for Their Property Propertyand Prepertand I Ind
and nd Took Their Obligation Obll tlonl a III IIICorantlMton ills 1111Col1lmlslton illsCommission
Commission Dank Notified th the thefliweesSpccIOns h hDrawee I IDnen
Dnen fliweesSpccIOns Drawee Hprden ct8na Bwlndlrr In Jail JailThrough ranThrough JellThrough
Through the effort of the Legal Aid AidSociety AidSociety AidSociety
Society and Assistant District Attorney AttorneyRobert AttorneyRobert ltomaybert <
Robert bert H Roy KASM KAs 1 Salzman a Russian RussianJew RulanJew RussianJew
Jew 43 years old la now in Raymond Street StreetJail BtreetJaIl StreetJail
Jail awaiting awaltiD trial on a charge char e of forgery forgeryin
in the second degree and a score of anxious anxiouswomen anxloullwomen anxiouswomen
women property owners in the Blytha Blythabourna Blythebourne BIytirnbourne
bourne section of Brooklyn have hopj hopjthat bopnthat bopothat
that their homes will not be taken from fromthem tromtbem fromthem
them although Saleman I Eman has their notes notesand pot potanel notesand
and signatures to contracts cont ract to sell sellSalzman sellSalzman I ISalzman
Salzman it Is alleged has aa been operating operatingamong operatingamong I
among the German and Hebrew element elementIn
In tho suburbs represent representing ing himself an anthe asthe I Ithe
the agent of a number of Russian refugees refugeeswho refugeeswho i iwho
who were tre anxlou to purchase houses hou 18 and andcetabllMt andestablL andestablish
establish h a colony Be has confined hid hidoperations hisoperations I Ioperatlon
operations to women who ho own property on onwhich onwhloh onwhioh
which there th r are no mortgages mortgagesSeveral mortgageSSeveral I ISever
Several w weeks eeks ks ago he appeared in Blythe Blytheboume Blythebourne Blythebourne
bourne and acquainted himself with the thoconditions thlJcoldlt1ons thecouditions
conditions under which blch property In that thatvicinity thatIcmlty thatvicinity
vicinity was held and by whom He then thenwent thenwent I
went to nroperty owners all women and andoffered audotrered aridoffered
offered to buy at remarkably good figures flgurwFor figuresIbr I IIobr
For a time the women were simply falling fallingover fallingover I
over each other In their efforts e orta to effect effectsales etJectealfS eftectsales
sales salesHU salesHis i
His plan was the same In almost every everyooae ever ever0Il86 everycase
case He would offer to buy at a stated statedfigure stAtedfigure statedfigure
figure He then produced a contract contractwhich contractWhlcb I Iwhich
which showed that he wanted the property propertyfor pro rty I
for Annie Goodman or K Salzman or orsome orSOIM orsome
some other person He next produced a anote anote anote
note usually for WOO 800 signed by himself himselfwhich himselfwhich himselfwhich
which ho offered to the owner saying that thatas thataa thatas
as he was buying for another it t was neces necessary nooosaary nsry ¬
sary ry in order that be get le proper com commission commlJlalon cornmission ¬
mission for hU services to increase the thomight ther thepurchase
purchase price by that awn For i Instance InstanceIf tDce tDcef
r If f the price e was as to be 13000 3000 he Would make makt makeIt
It t t350 to ti the purchaser Then that he hemight bemight
might be reimbursed relmb t he asked for a note noteevery notefnw notefrom
from the owner for me same amount In Inevel1 Inevery
every case e he got ot the note from the eager eagerwomen eagerwomen
women womenSalzmans womenSaizmansplan omen8altmansplan I
Salzmans 8altmansplan plan worked all right until he hemet hemet hemet
met Mrs Hnldah Fogelstrom of Tenth Tenthavenue renthenue Tenthavenue
avenue enue and Sixtieth street Up to that thaton thattime thattime
time aU the 0 on ontracte tracts were made payable payableon
on Jan 4 nrxtand I1fXt and none of the women was wasat wasat wasat
at all onrlouft onrlouftMrs anxiousMrs
Mrs 118 Foaelstrom gave Salzman her note notefor notetor notefor
for f ISO which she understood was for his hiscommission hilioommll4lon hiscommission
commission About a week ago the Jeffer Jefferson Jffer80n JefferSon ¬
son Bank notified Mrs Fogelstrom Foge trom that it itheld Itheld Itheld
held her note for 11500 1500 which had been beendeposited beendepoalted beendeposited
deposited by a man named Block for col collection collection eellection ¬
lection Mrs Fogelatrom Fogel trom went to the ad addresa addlellli address
dresa given her by Kalzman I US East 118th 118thstreet 1I8thstreet 118thstreet
street to learn what It meant She was wasunable wasunable wasunable
unable to find Salzman and gave the case caseover C8Oor caseover
over into the hands of the Legal Aid So Society Soclt Socletv ¬
ciety clt cletvSversi > tv
Several S tvS cral other tber women who had been beenaround beenaroUl beenaroused
around aroUl ed by byncuticee notice from tanks that their theirnotes thclrnottll theirnotes
notes were ere in hand for collection visited visitedlawyers visitedlawyers visitedlawyers
lawyers Assistant District Attorney ttome Roy Royalso Royalso
also was Interested It is said that Salz Salzman SalzmlUl Salzman ¬
man has been operating with two others othersa I
a man and woman and that they have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been active in the Brownsville Brown ile East New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and other sections of Brooklyn as aswell as1o11I aswell
well aa in the Blythebcumn section sectionSalzman fe sectionSalzman ton tonSalzman
Salzman Is I a large fine looking Russian RussianHebrew RuullUlHehrew RussianHebrew
Hebrew with Ith an engaging manner He Heis HeIs Heis
is a good talker and Is evidently well In Informed iDfornled informed ¬
formed on real estate matters The prop propertlea proprrtlCR propones
ones on which bid he obtained contracts In InBlythebourne inBlythebourne I
Blythebourne are worth at least I8IlItI 45000 45000llWn OOO OOO11lGH
llWn COLLARS CAlSE HEADACHE HEADACHEMoreover IIEDtCHEIorcotr IIE4PLCIIEMoreover
Moreover Tlify ThC Art Bad for Ones Nerve NerveThis NervesThis mt mtThl
This Man Says Saysfrom SlYFro SaysFront
from Fro Ihr th f Dallas AW AWYou fll fllYOII ewiTeut
You may not know kro It old fellow f lIo but there thereIN
Is it a very Intimate connection between b tween th thhigh the thehltrh thehigh
high collar coilarand and tho haadnche said an ob observant obspnant ohservant ¬
servant man and I have proved my faith In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the statement by b refusing to wear collars of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the high sort son It Is a bad business bll lne8S mr boy boyHigh bo boUleh boyHigh
High collars choke up the veins and arteries arteriesnnd arterlcsand arteriesand
and Interfere to some extent with the circula circulation elrcIIIIItlon circuItstion ¬
tion of the blood in the neck and head Do not notund notmil notumndirstand
umndirstand und Tfllnnd m mil to b be knocking any particular particularbrand partIOtIlarbrand particularbrand
brand of hIgh collars So far as the appear appearanco appeuanen appearance
anco of the high collar Is I concerned 1 confetti confettiHint oonflllsI confessthat
Hint Hike IllkEt IllkEtIn I like It ItIn ItIti
I In my 111 own ease eH e it has been a great blessing blessingIn
In at least one on way WI1 for follows with long Ionsneck longnpck8 longnecks
neck you OU know do not look so well when whenyou whenyou
you 011 harness them up In low 10 collars roll 318 Mr Mrneck I Ineck Myneck
neck l II leer lone ns a cranes and an the high highcollar hhrbcnl1l1r highcollar
collar has kept me from leaving leavln too much of ofIt otIt ofit
It exposed Why Wh 1v I8 1 got so much neck that thatwhen thntwhtn thatwhen
when I first began to wear low collar I wag wagftlmoM 1IUIIlmo wasalmost
almost IIlmo llI nsrmmod lallllI lo venture en ure out Into the street streetI
1 felt like I was liS but hAlt dreiusdand the feel feelIne fPflInl feellag
lag was not to far wrong at that for the low lowcollar lowcollar
collar does leave a good part of my anatomy anatomyopen anatomyopen
open and above board a is U were But this thisfaot thitsfact
fact dots not bother me now I simply dont dontcare dontcare
care at all Exposed neck IR a whole lot bet baiter bettee ¬
tee than headaches and you know old chappy chappyI
1 wasspeaklncofheadachesjuttnow wasepeaking ofbeadachesjuitnow Thats Thatswh Thatswhat
wh what t 1 wanted to tell you about The high highcollar highcoliar
collar does something more than Interfere Interferewtlh interferewith
with one oneselreulatlon circulation It scratches and levi IrrlMtes levitales
tales the Wn keeps ones chin at an unr unreta unretasonable a atonable
tonable uncomfortable and unnatural angle angleand angleand
and C causes > UBP one to acquire a nervous frigidity frigiditysort frigiditysort
sort of habit habitWhen habitWhmen
When you meet your friend who U in the thehabit thehabit
habit of wearing a high collar par particular particularattenllon particularattention
attention to the way he moves and hold his hishead hishead
head It Isnt at nil natural It I is all due lo lothe totime
the hlch collar Mark you there at era > Mgh Mghcollar iighcollars
collar and high collars Some of them ap approncli spprosch
proncli rationalism In neck dress Other Otherare uthersare
are shout H as far from It a as it U posilble tt jet jetwithout actwithout
without engulfing the whole head But of ofcourse ofcourse
course every fellow to his own liking In th thso thsomatters a amalters
matters I wear low collar because they are aricomfortable arecomfortable
comfortable and because I bellova th the < high highcollar highcollar
collar I is a producer of headache and a bad badthine hadthing
thing for enss ne > nerves generally generallyAlways generallyAIwsyi
Always Renumber the Full FUHNrnC FUHNrnCL Name NameCcr
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tories of Study and DevelopmentProne Development DevelopmentFrom
From ProneMore St VicAolu VicAoluMore
More than twentyfive hundred yearago year yearago
ago there sprang Into existence in Japn Japnan
an order of knights who were known as tbsamurai tb tbsamurnl <
samurai To them were Imparted sU th rblearnIng thlearning
learning the polite breeding and the form formsof formof
of superiority that mark the gentlemenThey gentleman gentlemanThey
They were skilled In arm and versed In the thearts th tharts
arts of war for they were this th Emperor Emperersfighting Emperorflshtine
fighting men and none but they were allowed allowedto
to bear armsAs arms armsAs
As there could not always be war on handand band bandand
and as it was considered beneath the dignity dignityof
of ISo sssursi to co into sn anr ordinary callrigs call callings ¬
ings rigs It came about naturally that tbeae4trM tbeae4trMknight tbes Jiafe Jiafei
knight i t found 1 much m idle t11 AI time on their 1 l lBclnc hena henaBeing
Being men of war they turned their attention attentionto
to athletic feats One among the isnraral isnraralconceived ssnuuateoneeivcd
conceived the Idea of leafnlnr by practice practicethe practicethe
the location of every sensitive nerve an anmuscle ani animuscle <
muscle in the body After that he discovered discoveredall
all the Joints of the bones that could oouldbe be seized seizedIn Ized IzedIn
In such a way as to give momentary POTrover power powerover
over the muscles of an adversary He prac practised pracused ¬
used with his fellow samurai and thus br brdegrees hrdegrees
degrees wa was developed the molt wonderful wonderfulsystem wonderfulsystem
system of athletics known In the world Tb TbJapanese TbJapanese
Japanese call this work jiujlteu The deft dfftpressure deftpressures
pressure applied In the practice of jluJltn jluJltnprod jiuJItsiproduco
prod produco u co only momentary pain but do not notreally notreally
really Injure the muscles or nerve In all allother allother
other things the Japanese are the rao macit t pout polltpeople poutpeople
people In the world so It follows that even evenIn everIn
In their fighting they have adopted a human humanyet humanyet
yet effective method of selfdefence They Theydo Theydo
do not strike out with the clenched flat and andseek andseek
seek to bruise as do tho AngloSaxon In Intheir hatheir
their boxing contests contestsA
A knowledge of Jiujitsu enable one almost almostInstantly almostinstantly
Instantly to convince his opponent that it is isuseless isuseless
useless to fight There are now school of ofjlujiUu ofjiujitsu
jlujiUu everywhere In Japan Every sol soldiet > ol oldlcr
diet sailor and policeman is obliged to per perfect perfeet ¬
feet himself In the system A Japanen Japanenpoliceman Japsnepoliceman
policeman possessed of the an has been bfenknown beenknown
known single handed to reduce to tubmlMlon tubmlMlonand submiuionand
and to take to the police station four sturdy tturdrtailors sturdysailors
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