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r TiTlE SUN P1JES1YAy AUARY 1904 j
MAIL HE SAYS SAYSlucosnlics SAJSnecornlzC5 SAYSIIcconlZC
lucosnlics That the Criticism rI lcim or th thDepartment the theIIlpartnent theIePartflrflt
Department Has Had a Basis DulTax DulTaxI UaTaXpayers Tax Taxpayer
I payer Oq oqsllt ht to Know Mncre Viere TUelMonty TUel fllelr fllelrIonl rieIrIiiflfV
Monty Ionl Goes OOlllust Must Have lae More School SchoolMayor Sc SchoolThyor ool oolInyor
Mayor McClellan lcCclan senthta Bnthla ent ht flrnt f1t nit messag messagto ne8 niesagoto e eto
to Inyor the Alderman Idcrmanyesterdy yesterday Dealing Delng flrs flrsith tt tti tiNt tiNtLtt
ho that th thirois the thorOM thelirOS
i Ltt ith the citys finances fnncehe says MYI
lirOS rOM funded fUldr debt of the city ity was WIIO04 WIIO04n 485063094 485063094an
L an n incrwuw incrra tncrca o of ° 3530047 33H SOC47 in 102 1803 io and td 1003 1003In 10 10In i003iln
bond bonddobt bonddobtI deb debincreased
iln In tho same Inm am period the revenue rYCuoborddebt rYCuoborddebtIfcreascd
I increased Ifcreascd J31 318360 31 330000 making a total ttllncrlo ttllncrloofS7112H7 increasi increasiof
1 of ofS7112H7 of871l277 871 7 T Continuing Contnwngtho the Mayor Myor says My s ya yaI
I 1 intinil at t this time to do dOll no more morothan morothanto that thatto thanI
Veiitriillze Intnd certain tme municipal matters mattersbBcmi matterI
I to zenr8IIZe e on clrtnln mattS mattSbacuu
I o rll I Purpose later latr to touhintt submit to toyou youj youjtletalled you a adltaltd aI
bBcmi ettiI PlrpoA
of the condition and the thon
I tletalled tMkd stnleme stnlemeSomnmet0 statement cndltln
dltaltd of the city cUy0vetnm0t cityyeflfliflt
I or tho several departments
IR tceral
Somnmet0 n yeflfliflt I am today todlY only on complying complylnwth crplylng crplylngih complyingcith
0vetnm0t cimtonroraddressln cimtonroraddresslnvoii ctitomof tom of addrejug addrejugoII
wth the tt tlmn honored honlrld cl IddT hl hlrOi
ih and tlM through you OU the public ubUc at your youSr yourtn yourt
t voii rOi Sr irf oII < t legislative legl ant ses s Belon BelonIr ilon ilonFor on onor
tn For or many mnn latve yearn er tho popular Interest seems seenvtn seemsto eemiin
have ae been concentrated cnentratcdupon concentrateaUPOfl unon the problem problemof I Ior
tn health public education street streedVnlu5 stret stretInlug streetdantL1
or imbllo Plblo educaton
dVnlu5 dantL1 publo and the police olce Every publli publlif publo publoplrltd pubiloeirited
ulrited Inlug ofllclol should shoutdb bo glad that sue suehas eucb eucbhas
f has been en oflcol and Rld Is the fact factat fu metBut < t tBut
But I believe that the publc publIc mind ha hateen
sorhel with tbese evident as ulI
hc teen n FO o wih
vital l fiucstlons as A to I Ignore snore tho eaunll eaunllvital equll equ4ily equ4ilyI
at 1 vinl ql tons municipal municipall municipalIncidence
vital vial Iuui If not as apparent problem of
l I flnjae finance financeA A Ihe Incidence Incidenc of taxation tlxtlon for the suppor supporof support lupportorthe supportot
the municipal eovernmentJasMfUx government Is shlr shlftei tf tfSr to toth tothe
of Joernrent
municpa of the theiity
orthe as ft whole the Quetlonsorthe Quetlonsorthetiy questlont
the poplo
I l
th iity debt the cost or governrent gbverninent and of the thefstem therstem
tiy of taxation under which we Ivo live are areof arcof
Sr fstem of great coiwrn cncer concern tauton and Il1 shouldi should b be of the ver verilriit very veryflr veryItret
ilriit flr t Imprest Inl preAt to evry citizen citizenfn ctzen ctzenwider citizenwider
wider lcnotledg of our 0111 Inancla flnancifll system systemtan systemtan
Icowl gl but good to the city A Arr Agreater
fn tan brine b nothing nothlnsnnd not hlng gOld ct
rr greater 8ler nl IntefEst interest on the pint of thl the tnplyrs tnplyrsond taxpayers taxpayersfJlil
the taxes taxestrntlon tn8In taxesin
nnd the entire population pays
In how thl the eutr revenues are rlise raised and expended axpendedroust expendedmust
nfteeMarily result In an IncrPlcd Increased share shareCf shareof
of reeponsihility ncesnrly on the part or the admlnls admlnlstatlon administration
trntlon Cf responslblt and a more direct reeling reElnq of account accountUllty acount acountlt accountbUIty
tatlon Ullty lt by b the thl public pUblc omclals omclaL to those tbo8 who whifcave whove whoave
fcave ave ve given tho trust to them themWAVT3 tbemWMIT3 themwAyr3
In this thisrapidly rapidly growing municipality whose whosedbt whoo whood whosedebt
debt d bt margin is constitutionally cnsttutonalY Irowlnlmunlclrnlt limited I mltd there thereouunt thereoUlht thereought
ought marlin to be bl soma fixed fxcd fiscal tlcal policy plo which whichthould wblchhould whichshould
should oUlht In Its general enernl JpaturesJ features govern overn all alladministrations al allmLnietratiOn
administrations mLnietratiOn regardless regar u of 01 party Iarty nu nurahmfnts at atfhments attathments
lmlnlstrton rahmfnts Such a policy can be b put In Iniv Inlr8tlon inopratlou
fhments opratlou only afer after the awakelin awakening of ppu ppur popu popu13r
iv lr8tlon r Interest in the tbt Importance hUlortanc of the ques quesIn question questi
tion ti °
In a supplemental message reB8IB I shall I discuss discusstho d discussthe CUI
the problem 0 at some length l n1h In the hope nopothat hop hopethat
that I may thereby therby convince conYlno the publio publo of ofitf ofjl ofits
itf jl its Importance Importancet
In Irportanc initiating public improvement Improvement th threeds the thet theefIt5
t t initatng Iubll
reeds e15 of tho present Irsent shall shal be considered be befora b before
fore t the needs of the future futureIn futurIn
In Ringing Rlulng the financial capacity cpnclty of the thecity thett thecity
city when embirklne IHnbarklnl upon new IW enterprises enterprisesmaterial entrprlses entrprlsesmlrlal enterprisesznateriai
material tt necessities should Ulon first flt be met metSew mpt mptSew metI
mlrlal necsslt8
I Sew York mint mlt bo b made healthy and andcl andan andelsan
cl elsan an and safe before btfore It Is I made beautiful beautifulI benutlful
I consider sap that I nm exceptionally ex < ptlnnll for fortunate fortunate fortunate ¬
F tunate In having havlnl an my principal prlnllpal colleagues colleaguesin colengul
in the administration Mr Grout and Mr Mrt 31rrarnes
t p Kernes adrlnlstratol Their familiarity famlarlW with tho finances financesof flnancl flnanclIf
of If the city warrants wrrrants the expectation aXPctnton that a apolicy aIiolcy apolicy
policy Iiolcy ely of Just conservatism consenltlm will wi improve improveexisting Improveul6Unr 1mproe1gm
1gm existing ul6Unr conditions conditionsMUST condllols condllolsMUSTHE conditionsof
of MUST MUSTHE HAVE ntv Molts Ion SCHOOLS SCHOOLSTho scnooU scnooUThe ecnootsly
ly The administration Is confronted with wth wthmot a amost awho
who most difficult dlncult nrlmlnlslrnlon problem because of the th In Inadequacy InOcIIC Inedquiacy ¬
adequacy of the th present pr nt school bool accommo accommodations oocormo accommoon ¬
on OcIIC dations The solution solulon of this problem can cannot el canived ¬
ived not 8ton wait on our convenience clenleno conveniencethe
10t 1 intend to give e my Immediate attention to toth totb totbe
Intnd Il Ittnlon
the th tbe > 3 matter t with the Idea of adopting adoplng tho thospeediest thoPIrlent theand
and speediest mnttr method of relief reler The deman demnndof demnndofmodrr deunandaof deunandaofun < l of ofmodern
un modern PIrlent modrr life lfe arc Iro so exacting emctnl that our children childrenof chidren chidrenor
of school 8chol age must ruot not nt be deprived of a moment mo memeat ¬
meat which bleh should sholld bedevoted dlvot4d to the educe education educnton educetion ¬
Ipnt 0
tion which Is to fit them ther for their places plaCslntbo plaCslntbotrM lathe InthowurM lathewGrl1
ton wurM trM After a conference with the depart department depurtment departp ¬
p e ment officiate Imclal Alr and an In examination exarlnatou or tho thojuestlon thoIueston timhad
had juestlon aernil aerniltie 1 shall shl lay the matter nlattr before befor beforeyou you tn tnThe tnttrnll inaernil
ttrnll The Thl problem p ohlem that arises 118s In the handling handlna of oftraffic If Iftrmo oftramc
tie traffic trmo u lt at the th terminate tprmlnll of the Brooklyn rooklYI Bridge Bridgeis Bridg liricigeespecially
p8pcalY especially during the 50caled socteUed rush hour hourte hourteIs
is not new to you youRelief youiletief IU IUHelr
I Relief here hpr in il another Inother anotuerjreelnc pressing ln need and andcannot andrannt andcannot
cannot Helr be had too soon Tlw 11 Jr lie task ta k Is 1 stupend stupendous supend ¬
rannt ous but b It neither can Oln bo b avoided nolced nor de delayed d dlwN IC ICon ¬
on layed 018 lwN The administration administraton nelhlr will wi address addss Itself Itselfto Itlei itselfat
at to the question queston at once onceMAJOR onceJon oncotLd
LII YT1M Until t I L hl have batten rtr opportunltyloobsrvethe opportunltyloobsrvetheotldnl opportunity loobserve A Aworkings the thetn
tn workings Unt otldnl of the thf Department Veplrtm81t or oti otin btre Street Clean CleantuI
11111 tuI n upon 1c I the shall shnl subject subjectAppreciating subjectpprechllng not nt be In a position poltlon to address addeps you youupon rouuIon youuron
Appreciating pprechllng however hO er the Importance Imprlnce of ofclean ofcleln ofclean
clean cleln streets street and Ind aware or tho popular ppullr vet vergentleman vrdiet vetdiet
diet of his admlnlltraUon atminletraton I have Invied invited the therentemun thea1
gentleman who served sred sis the head of the de department d dp department ¬
partment p rentemun rlmnt under my predecessor predeCS80r I to I remain rmlin at athis atbl atrea
rea his bl inc pet PltI
I shall shal however hrneerln In a supplemental message messageasaln mlR messageagaIn aie aieaf8in
agaIn speak spelk to you on thl Important Importalt matter matterProvision matlr matlrlovilon matterffiee
ffiee Provision for rlr an additional additonal water supply Epply
In a I subject demanding prompt attention attentionWaste attenton attentonW8 attentionWate
Waste W8 te or o water should ba b prevented prevnted but butthere bui butpad
pad there must be no restriction r trftton upon Its Is use usefor us usefor
for all al proper ff fJr and necessary nectsllry purposes Ilrposes The Thehealth Theheath TheIL
IL health heath of o the th city end Ind the comfort of o our 6urpopl ourpopIe ur urJopl
popl Jopl depend dep ndlPon upon an ampl supply of pure purewater Plrentr purewater
water ntr and safety from tire fre demands derandthat derandthatal that thatwater thatwater
water al r shall shnl be 0 always ready r ady for an emer emergency emerI emergency ¬
gency nc In abundant quantity Iuantr and under undersufficient undfr11tkipnt underiifflcjent
sufficient I 11tkipnt pressure prls ure There nhouM Rhoull be h no noiir no1nnJC noulrineeesry
iir 1nnJC ulrineeesry > n > emry ry deIty In providing for such a asupply aRIJpply asippiy
supply adequate odlClntl In sllrespecta arespct to the th future futurenteds futurer futurerieds
nteds r cd of the th city cityPOLICE cityPOLICE cityPOLICE
An extensive observation obervaton of the moral moralconditions mlral mlralCndltons moralconditions
conditions Cndltons of tho great Ireot cities cltea of Europe Europ and andAmerica andAmpric andAmerica
America Ampric has convinced me that this city is isbetter Isbetrr isbetter
better betrr than any of them Nevertheless Nverhle I we wecannot wecmnot wecinnot
cannot boast If Its ia moral state stat falls fall below belowthe blow blowthe belowthe
the standard which should be s for the thometropolis tIo tIoIMtropoi therntropolla
metropolis of our country cuntry cuntrye
Vfe e cannot cannt complacently complacnty assume asumA that we weshall weshall
shall h l not suffer deterioration unless Inlp6s we strive strivnearnestly strlYf striveetrnetly
earnestly p < nel to maintain a high hllh standard A Acosmopolitan Acosmopolitan i icsmopoltan
cosmopolitan csmopoltan city clt like lke New = aw York cannot cannoi be beconducted beconducted
conducted cnductpd on the game plan aa al a provincial provincialtown provlnclnlton provincialtown
town Every fver attempt atmpt to so conduct cnduct It will willand
fail fal and will ull result rsult In a disrespect dl rlapretof of law lawSome lw lawSome wi I
Some evils e l can cn be eradicated erdicated and andFine andFinecnnot some somecannot ome omecannot
cannot cnnot Some evil eva unhappily unhapPiY are Incident Incidentto
to human htman nature itwlr ilf But thy should shllld not
be b allowed nlowcd to parade b befr before foro the he public publc and andno andno andno
no partnershipshoull pnrtuprhlpshIUJd partuierehip should bo b permitted prmltedbtwIen prmltedbtwIenth08 between betweent betweenthose
t hose th08 charged chlr1 wlththe wlhthe suppression slppreSBlon of vice viceand vlO vicearid
and those who live Ile by lawbreaking In the theendeavor theEldenor theeiideavor
endeavor Eldenor to accomplish acomplh anything anthlnr In this
direction dlrlcton spasmodic 8psmodlo effort can avail but
little Only constant vigilance vigianc cnn produce producesatisfactory nroduoosetlstactory roduo
satisfactory Mtsfactor results The 111 methods em employed emplood emIdreui ¬
ployed should not ba sensational scnlatonaJ or for the thepurpose theaIIm
aIIm purpose 11110 e first rst of winning wllnin applause but earnest earnestbottl
bottl and sndstncere sincere 6lnrre so a as to bo b no thorough and per permanent percnnt ¬
manent cnnt nt In their effect effectramconvinced ptect pr prmnmnt
I ramconvinced nO turn conlnt1d convinced that It Is I no unreasonably unrealonnblY
critical crl Irallplrlt spirit which has forvears for v < ors been churg rhur ehargI
I Inn 1ngtht that Ift officials otdalH hluh In the th Police Polce Department DepnrtmentP
Pew lave 1101 1e P connived connlld nt tho maintenance malnlenanc of olvertain olvertainrilal tertaln
public llblc VuUcevitS evils fI for their ther theirptrsonni personal plrsonnllain gain A vigor rtnl
rilal cm 01 en and persistent per I ent effort tlort will wl b bl be made r d to sever yer yertahny
o 1 jny tahny any such sue relation between bet en Lawbreakers 1 and BndI
kca ihyeMworn thp I HrOrn to enforce the law lawappeal Inwt
I appeal PPtnl to all alllJr our cltfwms ns and especially especially30
t o I 0 Oi 30 wh who ° HPPorted sllpporttd ct my cnndldnoy fpecaly to toJ1
W1 h purelng rlurlfli the department of ofsuc such men mcn menDec
aldr aldrh md l Practlcos PractlcosH rractCls rractClsI
H would OiuII b bA useless uel M for me m to tl appoint to
Dec 3 I I command of this thl department d < parrent a mere meroiVliYilnJ loro mereI mereftcruiriariin t
d I 1 ftcruiriariin iVliYilnJ rlulrin or > r n 1 doctrinaire doetrlnllro I have In Inf InDv1td
Dv1td TUta uIPd tl tti m fY1e < to I u mln man or slch such charactlr character charactercatty
catty a tn u trusprn nsPlrn the respect or hl hlq luhordlnntM suhordinnt suhordinnthis
his Lute d the ie o oflIece lenc of the pUblc public and or such suchCity uchto
di tL to make It unlikely that he heI he1c430
City I CI u e victim ctir or Impollton imposItion unlkelv or deelt deeltthf deceit deceitmm thnt
1c430 I q as in iny ny other drartmenl
mm Ij 111 very everyeu
thf ng f lth dttjrcl cs Jfff1 rp cannot bn acrompllshed at atJan
Jan eu ateti jnce rC1 rC1Int Intelligent Int < IIt effort lor directed dlrfCII lclomplshed > to one evil evilJmptovtfmerit evilCI
CI Weal A t IpC mlt rnut hfor bfor Ion long result c II iii n general evi
Jmptovtfmerit I mftO emr I ask for tho Police Com ComIhepSbflc CornCV
IhepSbflc mhI5alrb1tt r the patience and the ho Polce asslstnco n8sIItnc of ofrOLTCF ofInvited
CV a epu Ie
Invited Iern
P F Tst vast faa rl rmuitiorjty Morlty lorlt of the members mfmhers of the thecrrr theh theIMI thetIitt
Jan IMI fornareuorthv fornareuorthvHear arr worthv of
tIitt h I r I Tel r not whpthp olr r eonfdnr
flUrallv or phvtieijiv I ontactr It r
Hear rral phslcllh ontact with I ru u uI uoe
oe nn 111 tntI to individual Improe inmproveeit inmproveeitcad i
I llt lltI lltbI
mt r ra far e posiIle couisideration couisiderationaIdnce I
cad lbs bI that I folhl cOI
I ml unuid ou I hehoan S om to hem 80 thlt tluiut like nil < raior other
aIdnce lke al
iovernmn cram t emploepu mplo p they may have a
relohl omounl of Irl leisure ure from their thei
rrlm very veryresuuIt
t1ctlnl dJI dJIf
ir Thebb1let uMMt rcIt reHltl cnnnot cnlnot be obtained either eitherbier
bier 0 lirtv In f D public PU c COrPrRdtObUslfles5excepby or private Irlvllo business bu Jns6 obtnlne except exc pt by lher th the thesliarp
lrt v coopwntlon enopqrnton of ovv owrv > ry employee employeeauordlnnten
nonl h tll hPd6 or nIl thp pmpvl pmpvlt
crrr crrrslurp t drpfrmenta drpfrmentaIrlr
slurp slurpAV Irlr dl lh II
AV anil anilrequiem Ine nR to cause discontent
OIfXd lt amol among their theirher
requiem requiemher auordlnnten auordlnnten19hl uunr unt
her soul soulinvited 19hl J shle nxpwt pet and requlrn from all ni the tb d dhorm de ne neInvIteul
invited invitedDec tl horm hs O nlts of thp nrpINo rlt rltIblt 0 unity of lurpol08 purpose < > for forDec31 or orme
Dec Dec31 31 31it I have c cunhideuice O en In the integri integrit and andI
it t Len ori u uFftrjo of Iblt I uiiIty of every r one of my appointees appolntcel appointeesFargo ltplrlty and andttroloiry
Fargo aeiire lr tem o of my elle8t earliest supp supnor t
raIbfr rpnct xPtt5 from toni pnh each of there therejranci f t i 11 lt ltfY
jranci fltlc fY uPaorn2aneeof lotrhmnnceof his histrutt trust and 18hll I shall exrr exrrh exerross
a h p plHr confrrfd upon O In tho thof thoter
ross ter ro the
In61rp nnd
hon hont
f fit t f tho administration adrluitratfon plclorc of every tbf depart de a aAI
1 pledge pldgl to you the Honorable
AI tl Ionorablf Board 01 ol5fuinn 01I
I 5fuinn rrnen mv cooperation In your over
I frrlnend nvV cooprnton ovey
awful endeavor en 1 and I ask from oyry
1 IVlr ad you the tb thlCfl ° e eUnFnIESmD
me consideration for
lCfl consideraton myself myelfALDERMEX myself4LflERIEX
Utile Il inn fl Sulllv Snlllvn n Mide e
ttroloiry ttroloiryI V Snl M VIceChalrman Vlcealrman Vlcealrmanlnt ViceChairmanI
I ot atr tinlr ln lnot I Want lnt Democratic Dmocrate Convention ConventionThe Connnton ConnntonThe ConvcntlonTJlI1
TJlI1 The new 1 Aldermen Aldermln met yesterday YMtera In InIwer n acerof
t Iwer cerof of fower flowers rDt senttothemcelftheywe senttothemcelftheyweglri5 to them 0 i they wer
411 41 girls g1rl newly nwly betrothed betrote There Ther are a
jutrsevcn tree i3Eoven en Democrats Demor and a twentytwo twetytwo
w R =
Republicans RpuIt and fuejonlsts fJolltllntho fuolstainthe In the new nw board boardThoonly bnr boardThoonly
Thoonly Te onIY absentee absen snt e wan wa wait Borough B ugh President PresldenlHaffen Prsident PrsidentlIen PresidentIlaften
Haffen lIen Pi P J Scully ScUywl waa wa unanimous unanimousreclected uimouly uimoulyrlee unanimously unanimouslyreelectfx
reclected rlee City Clerk Cerk Thomas Tol Murphy MurphyTammany Murphyam Murphylammanj
Tammany am y leader le erot of theTwent the Tentet Twenteth cth district districtintobu ditrc districtis
intobu intobuman 15 to 10 ti be VemuiLyCityClerk lorvcohar lorvcoharman For vicechair vicechairman
man JohnT John DepltyCltyClerk r 1 1Sullivnn MeCalnomlnate McCall nomlnattj 1ltte Little Tim TimSullvnn Tim TimSullivttn
Sullivnn Sullvnn while whio the Republicans Jepublca nami namiEllas named namedEI1M
Ellas EII Goodman Gooman Sullivan 8ulvln had hn 52 votes vottagainst votesagainst
against agalt 21 und undhls his election electon was WI made unanimouB unani unanimous tmanimous
mous The bunch of eergeantBatari eergeantBatarialready sergeantsatannaalready
already alrady scloc seleted selected Wi was upplnte appointed appointedPresident
Prldentornes President Fornea in an address adrs to th thboard the thetoar6ald theboned
board toar6ald enid that transportation trl focllltle focllltlemust facilitiesmust
must bej bl enlarged enlared by the extension of thi thiunderground the theundergrund theunderground
underground undergrund transit tralit system 16tein by additional additlonameant additionalmeM additionalmeans
meant meM of Interborpugh Interbrugh communication it itthe In Inthe inthe
the matter mter of turnils tunnels and bridges bridge and ai aiexpeditious auepedllous anexpeditious
expeditious epedllous and nndBufcicnt sufficient ferry erry service servicealso ierlco ierlcoao servicealso
also ao that if I legislation leglllaton is needed nede to prevent preventa prvent prventa
a repetition rppttonof of the tbeChlcago Chicago theatre theatr fire lre flr In this thiicity thiscltylt thiscity
city cltylt it should be promptly prmpty and effectively efetvely efetvelyoraine effectivelyordained
oraine ordained Ho gave tho minority notice notlothat notce notcethat noticethat
that tho majoritytiroposed rortYllrposed to take tho > rp rpeponsibility reeponsibibty
eponsibility eponslbltyfor for the acts ntsof of tho board boardIt boa boardIt
It I was a resolved r olve unanimously that th thMayor the thoMayorboud theMayor <
Mayor Mayorboud should be urged to use wo every effort cfforin elor effortin
in njs hJlpwerto h power to secure secur the Democrat Democratnational Dcriorale Dcrioralenational Denmcrationational
national convention cnventon for forths this city ciy Aresolu Aresolutlon ArEolu ArEolutn AresoiutIn
tIn tn of sympathy with wth those tho5 bereaved bervo by
the Chicago smphy c fire r was wi adopted adoptedFITZGERALD adopte adopteFIT adoptedFiTZGERALD
Justices1 Justices1of Juitlee uta of Special 8pei l Sessions 8lons In I Favor of ofMoCleilani orSleCleilan ofMeCleilins
MoCleilani Appointee AppointeeJustice Applnlce ApplnlceJutcTomM AppointeeJuaticeThonas
Justice JutcTomM JuaticeThonas Thomas W Fitzgerald Fitgerad who on onFriday onFriday onFriday
Friday was uvasappointcd 0 appointed appint by Mayor McClellan McClellanto McClelln McClellnto
to succeed hlrpself as a Justice of tho Court Courtof Curt CurtofS Courtof
suc hSl0 Jutc to
ofS of Special il Sessions Sion was wa recoginzcd reglnzo oa 0 such suchby uchby uc
by the te Board Bard of Justices JutC0f of the te Court Cout of ofSpecial ofSpial of8pecialSesslons
Special Spial 8pecialSesslons Sessions Slonat at a meetlngheld motng held In Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklynyesterday ¬
lyn lynyesterday yesterday yeterday morning mornn Two of the board boardvoted hard hardvot boardvoted
voted vot for Appleton Appletn L Clarke Cke who was W0 ap appointed appinte appointed ¬
pointed by Mayor Low Lw When the te Justices Justicesmet Justic JustIcesmet
met Justice Justc Fitzgerald Fitzgerad presented preente his hi car certificate c cartificate ¬
tificate tfct o of appointment applntet and Id claimed clme recog recognition reg regnton rocognition ¬
nition this nton as a Justice Jutc Mr M Clarke Clrke then ten filed filedthis tle filedthis
tie protest protestI prtt prttI
I hereby notify noty you that tat I have been beenduly bon bonduly beenduly
duly appointed appinte by the te Mayor of the te City Cty of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York ork to t fill fl the te vacancy vcacy in the te office officeof ofc officeof
of Justice Jutc of the Court Cut of Special Speial Sessions Sessionssecond Slon Seaiotissecond
second snd division divsion that I have duly dul qualified qualifiedto qualfe I
to t enter entr upon upn the te duties dutes of said sd office ofc and andthat Id andthat i
that tat I am a ready reay to t fill fl such suc assignment aignment as asmay 0 asmay
may be b made I further Cute protest prolt against ngalDt the theinterference theIntrference theinterference
interference Intrference upon upn your ou part with wit my ox exercise oxerci oxerciso ¬
ercise erci of ofsuch such office ofo on the to ground gound that thatThomas tat tatTOn thatThomas
Thomas TOn W v Fitzgerald la I not entitled entte to t the theoffice tle tleofo theoffice
office ofo to which hlc I have have been appointed appinte or orthe orte orthe
such the te recognition regnton office officeMr ofc officeMr of said sid Fitzgerald Fltzgerald 03 a holding holdingsuch boldln holdingsuch
Mr Clarke Clake not only claimed clllo recognition recognitionunder regniion regniionunder recognitionunder
under the certificate crtfcate of appointoont signed signedby signtby signedby
by Mayor Low on Jan lbut I but also al presented presentedtho prentr
tho certificate crtifcate of appointment Ippintent signed elgm by byMayor byMayor byMayor
Mayor Low Lw on Dee D 28 28Justice 29Justc 20Justice
Justice Justc Fitzgerald Fitzeald in his own ow behalf uehnl said saidthat saidtat sakithat
that tat under the Constitution Conttuton of the te State Stte of ofNew ofNew ofNow
New York the thl term of the te Mayor ended ende at atmidnight atmldnlRht atmidnight
midnight on Dec D 31 after which whic hourthe hourtheretiring bou hour te teretiing the theretiring
retiring retiing Mayor had no power powerJohn powerJohn powerJohn
John S Davenport DoyenJrt counsel cun1 for Mr Clarke Clarkecontended Crltel Crltelcntnde Clarkecontended
contended cntnde that tat tie the law lw expressly exprCly provided providedthat prolde provided providedthat
that the new Mayor should sould take tl offIce 00 at
12 oclock ocock noon non on the first fst day of January Januaryand Januryad Januaryand
and ad that tlat the to outgoing Mayor a o therefore thereforelenalmxl terefore tereforeIe thereforeicualned
lenalmxl Ie lalnedln in office ofe until unt that tat hour hoU and Id that thatho tbnthe thathe
he continued ontlnue with all the powers of a Mayor MayorThis MayorTis MayorThis
This Tis view Iew he said sd was wa pwers taken by Mayor MayorPatrick l1or l1orVa MayorVan
Va Van Wyck when he reappoint reap ointed Jltle JltleParick Justice JusticePatrick
Patrick Parick heady Kedy aa 0 a Justice Jutc of the Court urt of ofSpecial ofSpial ofSpecial
Special Spial Sessions lons two years earl ago Lawyer LawyerDavnnport Lwr LwrDlvelport LawyerDavenport
Davenport Dlvelport suggested Iugpeste that thlt the proper way wayto wayt wayto
to t determine detrine the question queston was proPr for Justice JusticeFitzgerald Justo JusticeFitzgeald
Fitzgerald Fitlerld to go before bfore the AttorneyGen AttorneyGeneral AtornoOen AtornoOenerl ¬
eral erl and institute Insttute quo warrnuto waranto proceed proceedings poco proceedLags ¬
Lags ingsJustice
11s 11sJlte
Justice Jlte John Courtney Coutney then moved moo that thatthe tnt tntthe thatthe
the certificate certfcate of appointment appintent of Justice JusticeFitzgerald Justco Justcoitzglralc JusticoFitzgerald
Fitzgerald itzglralc be b recognized recgnize as a valid and that thathe thathe thathe
he take tke his hll peat as a a Justice Justc of tho Court of ofSpecial ofSpial ofSpecial
Special Sessions 8sions Justice Justce Flerrine Fle hl said he hewould hewould hewould
would Spial recognize regnize the certificate crtfcate issued lduc by li liMayor
Mayor Ma or Low Lw Similar conditions cndltioR he said saidexisted sid sidexllr sak sakexisted
existed exllr when Mayor Van Wyck appointed apiralntedJustice appolnt appointedJusetlco
Justice Justco Keady Kedy two years yearl ago Justice JusticeKeady Justio JusticeKeady
Keady Kedy took tok his hL seat set and his title tile bad ha not notbeen notben notbeen
been ben disputed disputedTho dipute
The vote ote in favor favor Of f recognizing nlzln the car certificate cartificate r rtfJnlo ¬
To re tle
tificate tfJnlo of appointment npponttmt of Justice JUltO Fitz Fitzgerald Fitzgerad Fitzgerald ¬
gerald gerad Justices Justc Courtney Cutney Forkcr and andKeady andKea andKeady
Keady Kea In favor of Mr M Clark Clok Justices JusticesFlering J JusticesF1eeing tlc
Flering F1nln and Wilkin WilkinJustice Wikin WikinJU8tc WilkinJustice
Justice JU8tc Courtney Curtny than tl announced that tat aa aavote I asJustice
JustlC Justice Fitzgerald ba had reive received annunc a rajorlty rajorltyole rrajority rrajorityvote
vote ole he was the legally appointed appint Justice Justiceand JUtc Justiceand
and was WI entitled ontte to Die seat bat lie then thenoccupied ten tenocupie thenoccupied
occupied ocupie his hi old oldaeat seat sat on the te bench benchXEW benc bencNEW benchNEW
Noonin oooan to Be Deputy Commissioner Commisioner of ofClurltlM ofClrlte ofCharities
Charities Clrlte for Brooklyn BrooklynFrancis Drookln DrooklnFranci flrooklynFrancis
Francis Franci J Lantry Lntr Commissioner Crlloner of ofCharities orCarte ofCharities
Charities Carte announced anounce these te appointments appointmentsyesterday appiuent appointmentsyesterday
yesterday yesterdayWilliam YCtry YCtryWllBm yesterdayWilliam
William WllBm T Noonan to tl be Deputy Com Commissioner Comml Cornmissioner ¬
missioner ml sloner for Brooklyn HrooklynJohn Brokly BrooklynJohn
John A Fitzgerald Fitucerlld secretary secretlry of the depart department department department ¬
ment to succeed C C McKinney McKlnneyJohn McKinneyIohn McginneyJohn
John J succee Murtha warden of time Tombs to tosucceed toluoce tosucceed
yesterday yesterdayMlchncl succeed luoce r John E Vandecurr wlrcAn who resigned resignedyesterday re resignedyesterday lined linedyeAterday
Michael T Hcalon private secretary secretaryNoonan secretry secretryNonan secretaryNoonan
Noonan Nonan is one of the lieutenants leutenn of James JamesKane Jame JamesKane
Kane Kanelelderof leader leaderof of the Third Thir Assembly Amlly district districtin distrct distrctIn
in Brooklyn The Te place pllco was offered oferd to toKane t toKane
Kane who didnt want it and who asked askedthat lke askedthat
that Noonan Nonan bo named namedAt namedAt
tat At YeterY yesterdays nme meeting metng of the te Beard Iar cf cfHealth c ctHealth
Health Hetl these teS appointments appintment wore wer made madeIr madeDr madeDr
Dr Putrlck J Murray to II be b assistant u5l tlnt anal sanitary 8nl 8nltary analtary ¬
tary superintendent In Brooklyn vice vic Dr DrJoseph DrJloeph DrJoseph
Jloeph Joseph H Raymond Itlymold resigned resignedDr
Dr Gerald GerB d Shell Shei to be assistant assistnt sanitary Bnnltnrynuperlntendentln1he snltry snltryRpfrlntlndent sanitarysuperintendentlnlhe
nuperlntendentln1he Rpfrlntlndent In lhe Bronx vice vic Dr Edward EdwardF tdurd tdurdF
F Hurd resigned resignedThe resigne resignedThe
The salaryof slarof each is I isCorporation 13500 13500Corporation 1
Corporation Crpraton Counsel Cunsl Delany yesterday yesterdaynamed yetrdnl yetrdnlnamed yesterdaynamed
named named Herman Henan Stiefel Stefel to take charge chnrle of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bureau bITU of penalties pennltlrs at n salary of 5000 5000a 0
a year Mr Stlcfel is a Tammany Tamay man manand mnnand manand
and has ha been bn an Assistant ASlstant Corporation Corporationexcept CrortCn CrortCnCQuntl CorporeticnCounsel
CQuntl Counsel in every ncwlnltrtlon adrrinistratiou since Inc 18 18hZ 18hZexcept
except Mayor Strongs btrongsBridge StrongsBrd StrongsBridge
Bridge Brd e Commissioner Best Be < t ban hl appointed appointedFrancis appointedFranciE appointedFrancis
Francis FranciE E V Dunn o W ne his private prlle secre secretary Aere Aeretar secretary ¬
tary tar The Te salary slar is 2550 He was WI an anAssistant anA anAssistant
Assistant A Corporation Crporaton Counsel Ccunel from 1893 1893to 1893to 1803to
to 1805 185 and law clerk in the Sheriffs Sherlts office officefrom ofc officefrom
from 1898 188 to 1902 1902KICKED 190 190KCKD 1002KWKED
EMtmond Etmond on Ills 115 night to Retain Ills Is Old OldJob Od OdJob OldJob
Job of Water Wate Registrar RegistrarJ Realstrr RealstrrJ
J E Eastmond Etmond Water WaterRogistrar Registrar In Brook Brooklyn Brk Brkl Brooklyn ¬
l lyn under tho fusion fion administration administraton put putup putup putup
up a kick yesterday yetteray when William Wilam R RMcOuire RMcGuir 11McGuire
McGuire McGuir who was wa appointed on Saturday Saturdayas
as his successor or called to take tke control of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
1 hi suc cae
the office ofc Eastmond contended contende that his hisriht hi hisright
right to retain the office ofc was wo wa based bae on Sec Section Se Seetion ¬ I
tion 1M3 153 of the charter charterhwhlch which provides provldc that thatno thntno thatno
ton no Jiead of a bureau shall 6 5hii al b9 b removed rmovt ox oxders oxcept
cpt cept Jed on charge charges freferro preferred or proven San Sanders
ders Shanks McOuires McGuirs lawyer laTer said MWe MWecont We Wedont Wedont
dont care about your protest Mr Mc McOulre Mo McGuiie
Oulre Guir cont is Lthelegaly car the legally appointed npplntd Water Regis Registrar nell nelltrar Registrar > ¬
trar and we demand immediate imn1diat possession possessionof posseAion posseAionof
of this thi office ofr Eaatmond Ewtmond finally tnaly surren surrendered surrenderd surrendored ¬
dered derd under protest leaving leuvias some somoprivate someprhate someprivate
private papers paper In the Registrars Regitras desk deskXEWARKS dek dekNEJfiRKS deskNEWARKS
Mayor Doremms Dremuss Nominees Confirmed Conllmed by bytbe b bthe bythe
the Common Council CouncilNEWARK CuneU CuneUNEW CouncilNXiwJBE
NEWARK NEW ARK N J Jan 4 4At At the reorgani reorganiatlon rorganl rorganlllon reorganization
atlon llon of tho Newark Common Council Councilonlght Counci Counciltonight
tonight tonight Mayor Doremus nominated nominotld and andhe andthe andthe
the he Aldeimen confirmed confred the appointments appointmentsif appolnttntB appolnttntBof
of if John B Orlkctn Odkot for Fire Commissioner Commissionerrederlck Commissionr CommissionrFrderick CommissionerFrederick
Frederick Frderick Castle Cnte for Police Polce Commissioner Commissionernd
and nd former Assemblyman A8mblymBn John Howe 10wI tor torax lorTa brTax
Ta Tax ax Commissioner COUnllloner As Health Commls Commlsionors Commnisuionorii ommil ommilflonrs
flonrs ionors Dr V Vllllam li S DisbiowDr Dlsbow Dr John obn H Hobbliu I HDobbimn
Dobbin obbliu > and H C Ross wore nominated nominatednd nomlnntcdad nominatedand
ad and nd appointed appointedIn appointd appointd1n
In his message the Mayor suggested lugglted the thenactment theenctment theenactment
enactment enctment messg of a titate tte law lw under which whih cities citiesif cUOI cUOIof citiesof
of if the first ft class clss could appropriate approptat 550 5000annually 5000 5000nnually
annually annualy for foranexCurmmion an excursion excurion for poor por children childrenGavel chldren chldrenGave childrenGavel
Gavel Gave for or Justice Justce niscliofT niscliofTAn Dlelor IliolmoffAn
An ivory hor gavel was presented presnte preeente yesterday yesterdayiy yesteray yesterayby
by iy Louis Iula F Doylo on behalf bhalf of the bar br to tolupfome toSuprme toSupreme
Suprme Supreme Court Justice Justic Henry Henr Blschoff Blschoffho BJshol Diachoffwho
who ho la beginning bginnin a second scond term on 01 the thonch thebnch thebench
bnch bench nch
The Te train of the EIUE ERE ERl HAltROAD n LRAD en route rlU to towart t tofluPato
Bllao fluPato Cevelld Clevetsnd ClnelMI Ctnctn4li and Chicago ar are arealways
awan always wart protected prlected by block bllkfet Mtetr ilnuut slgnalsitde slgnalsitder lpalAd At
EXCHANGE E CIINGE DlrfXEH DlrfXEHCelebration DNlU 1INEIt 1INEItCelebration ll llCelebrton
Celebration Celebrton of the Association Anoelalon New Newlme Newlmelmoit Itbm ItbmAlmost flbmeAlmoit
Almost a Boom Dlcm for forihe the Ohio SenateCongressman Senate snatr snatrConrnsman SenatorCenruamsn
Congressman Douglas Urges th thNeed tho thoNeed thoNeed
Need of Some Subsidy SubidY Measure MeasureTlio ltesuro ltesuroTho MeasureThe
The banquet with which hloh the te Maritime MaritlmExchange Martmo MartmoEchan MaritimeExchange
Exchange Echan e celebrated clebrted lost tt night the te foe foethat fot fotthat factthat
that It had d moved movo movodinto into ft its new home 788 788Broad 7880 7880Broad 8 8Br
Broad Br street strt was 10 filled Oie to t overflbwirii overflbwiriiwith ov overli rlowlrg rlowlrgwith wing wingwith
with patriotism the upbuilding of th thAmerican the theAmerican
ptriotsm tIO pbtdlg te teAericn
American mercantile marine and the
Aericn merc nt marie tegt tegtne6 groat groatness gtcataces
ness ne6 of that stalwart stal wart citizen citizn Senator Snatr Hanha HanhaAs HapnAs n
As An a matter natt r of fact factdho tho speeohmaklnjwhich speechmaking s speechmakingwhich hmking hmkingwhich
which followed folowe the te banquet bnq t took k on nsome nsomething some something
thing tg of the complexion cmpleonof of H Harna Hannaboom Hannaboomand na bom bomad boom boomand
and ad Incidentally icidently it may IY said stht that lh lhway 4io 4ioway o oway <
way the orators ortr got all al around arU IPresiden IPresidenRoosevelt Psident PsidentRovelt resldent resldentRooaive1t
Roosevelt Rovelt without mentioning metorlng his hi name nameeven nameeve nameoven
even eve In connection with Panama affairs affairswas affaliswas
Icnneoton Paam fal
was noted note by those tos present prsnta preaentas as an aonion aoniontat omiseioi omiseioithat omlaslonthat
that tat was wo conspicuous cnspicuo almost alot to the te eitent eiteniof eitentof
of being pointed pointedCapt pointe pointedCapt
Capt CptC C B BPar80n IL Parsons president predent oftho of te ex exchange excange exchange ¬
change cange presided prlide At his hi left 1ftsat sat L V F FRandolph 1 FRandolph
Randolph Rndolphpreldent i iStock president of IheC the COnlidated COnlidatedStock
Stock Stckld and T TOthers Petroleum Exca Exchange land and athI at his hisright
rl right h ConJrenn Congressnan Wllin William 1 il Dougl Douglas DouglasOwers
Others in the tle rostrum were Oscar Oso S Straus Strauspresident Strausprlldent Strauspresident
president prlldent of the te Boardof Bad Board or Trade Tae and ad Trans Transportatlon Traceportation la
portatlon prttln R H 1 Thomoaprealdont Tomapreldent of the thiA te teStocle theStock
Stock Echange Exchange J S W HoldentEreldent HoldentEreldentor Holden president presidentof
or to the Phildelphia Philadelphia Maitme Maritime chmige xehangeA chmigeA
A A Raven president predent qf the Atlantis AtlantlMutual Atanto AtantoMutua AtlantisMutual
Mutual Mutua Insurance Inurac Company Cmpan Charles Carl H IICramp HCIP HCramp
Cramp CIP of the to Cramp Camp Shipbuilding Slpbundln Company Compn
George Gerge Uhler Supervising SI rlslnKlnpetrGn rlslnKlnpetrGneral InspectorGen InspectorGeneral ¬
eral of Steam Steo Vesssbj C81 essnls Wii Willis L Moore MooreChief More MoreChief MooreChief
Chief of the Weather Bureau Bueau and O H HTittrnon HTitula HTittelan
Tittrnon Geodetic Titula Geeto Survey 8uey Superintendent Supritndent of the te an Coast Cat anc ancGeodetic and andGeodetic
President Prdent Parsons Prs after atr congratulating congratulatingthe oongtutg
the te Exchange Ecbangeon on its It having hvg come cme Into It the theranks to tornks theranks
ranks rnks of proprietors propretr Introduced Intr as a the thefirst thefrt thefirst
first frt speaker of the evening oenlg Mr uo Randolph Randolphwho Rndolph Rndolphwho Randolphwho
who spaer was wa wasdown down dow to speak to the toast tost Our OurFlag OtuFlag
Flag Flg and ad who among aong sp other things tgs said saidIt saidit Id IdIt
It la 1 Capt Parsonss fault flult and mine that thatI
1 am here to speak spllk to you tonight tlnlsht 1 could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not resist Capt Iuraons PuronA When hen I found out outthat outtbat outthat
that he was as a brother Mason that ho was wa a abrother abrothcr abrother
brother Grand Army man that he was a abrother a abrother
brother Baptist Bnptst that he wan wal a brother Jersey Jerscyniun Jersy Jersyman Jerseynice
man my m heart beur went out to him hm aa though thoughhe tblugh tblughhe
he were my Siamese IHameo twin twinI
I think it was because beCIIB he is i a brother flap ¬
tist tR that I was most roit drawn drlwn to him It I re reminded reminded reminded ¬
minded me of one time when I was wal down downIn
In Texan Texa travelling traveln on ona tmo a trnln and seated In Infront II liifront
front frlnt of me was ns good old Ild Uncle Stevens Stevenswho Ste Stevenswho ens enswho
who told mo 1e about nbut goo a Texan Texonwhom whom he had met metand motund metanti
and talked with wittiAnd withnd withtnd
And nd to o you ou are a Baptist Baptst said Inld the Texan TexanWell TexnnWel TexanVell
Well Wel I have got a boy and I sad to him himSon himSon hiniSon
Son 1 want you 301 to grow row up to suc bi b a good goodman goodmun goodrnmn
man to be a good Democrat lemocrat to be a alood aloodlaPtlst Rood RoodBaptist roodBaptist
Baptist laPtlst and if you ou do that you will w1 go to tobeiiven t toheaven
heaven In nplt IPle spite of hell hellBut hel hellhut I IIlt
But Ilt It is nbout o nhoutthe Olt the Mu lug tlag that I am to ltak ltakWhen speak speakhen p > ak akWhen
When hen I take sounding sundlnls of my ability abiity to torise toris torise
shoal rise ris to water waterlo wnt that vast Vlt subject I find fnd mi that bat 1 am 1m In Inshoal Inshol inshoal
10 you OU need to tl be exhorted ehored to tl stand IIJnd by byth bythe
the th flag nnr Me Let Iet mo 10 tell ttl you one way In which whichyou whichyou
you 01 should 8hOlld do it It Exnrt Jtrt every evtry ounce OlnO of In Influence Inlulnc InIiuence ¬
fluence lulnc rmrlna rmrlnaFrom mulneFrom mrineFront you OU can to t build buid up a strong ttrong American Americanrmrlna Americn Americnmulne Americanmrine
From this thl Maritime Association soodalon of the Port Portof Portof P rt rtof
of New ew York 31artmo let a compelling cOlllelng power pOWlr go forth forthto forh forhto
to accomplish accomplsh this Iet every eer man lift lt his hispound hispOlndbmd hispound
pound imd let the Government lift its It ton tonIt tonIt tonIt
It pOlndbmd is il chiefly c lely for rlr tho nation that It 1ft Is needed neededTho neltl neededThe
Tho nation Itlol Is not safe Rfe Dln without wltholt it England Englandknows Euglundknlwl Englandknows
knows knlwl this t well Germany rnIIY feels It ItShall ItIhu1 itShall
Shall Ihu1 America Amlrlca lsWI bo the sluggard alugglrj We Weneeded Weneed Weneeded
needed a navy nu wo were none too soon In Instarting Instartng instarting
starting one The necessary neceSSlr adjunct Idjunct and andcomplement undcompltmnt andconipicnwut
startng complement compltmnt to a strong Itronl navy Is I a Btron Btronmorcantllu strong strongmercant1u strouugmercantile
mercantile mercant1u marine mnrlnl Trained sailors Inlors are a aclans 1 aclass
clans cla s by themselves You cannot create createsuch crptoauch createsuch
such a class In a I dur durnor nor in a 1 year The Thelandsman Tie TielandlUI Thelandamnium
landsman landlUI on land may mn die for the flag Oll fighting fightingbravely fghtng fghtngbrvly hightimigbravely
bravely brvly At sea leu tho same 81me man would 01111 be a alandlubber nInndlubber alandlubber
landlubber doping perhaps that thl somebody somebodywould somebodywOlld omubodywould
would wOlld kill ki him and Illllut put him hlr out of his misery miseryThe ml miseryThe er
The life lfo und the drill dri und um the thought thoulht of oftho ortho ofthe
tho American Amerion sailor sllor uro all al peculiar peculAr It Is Ii a atypo atype
typo to be cultivated cultVt > sustained Ilslafne honored honoredand hOlore honoredand
and utilized utlzed It J is I a hume to Americas AI ricILI com commerce commerce cornfierce ¬
merce that her products arc marketed by
foreign foreir vessels essIh It I is r a peril ptrl to our country countrythat countT countrythat
that she U J so slenderly slcnder supplied uppled with wih Amen American Amencan merl merlcln ¬
can cln seamen 5amen experienced eXI > rienced in service ervbc on Amen American Amerlen Amencan ¬
can ships shipsIt
It was George Gcorlf Washington WashIngon who whl In 1775 1775laid 1775IBid 1775laid
laid tho foundation of the American Navy Navyand XU XUand Navyand
and without even the consent cOlsent of the slow slowColonial slowColonial slowColonial
Colonial Congress Washington then lien Issued Issuedan
CngreA Wnhngton
an order to a 1 Captain in the tht army tln of tho thoUnited thoUnited theUnited
United Colonies Clonies to take command of a de detachment nittachinent < I ¬
tachment tachrent of the said army commnnr and proceed proCd on onboard 00board onboard
board tho schooner Hannah Hllmah at Beverly BeverlyFortunately Bverly BverlyFortunntlly BeverlyFortunately
Fortunately Fortunntlly Congress lonlre8S followed folowe and Ind soon soonafter soonarr soonafter
after a dozen d07en vessels Ye ls fairly manned IIned and andeoulpped mindeciuipped nd ndcul
eoulpped arr cul were rp chasing hlslnl and being chased chasedover char chasedover
over ppe the waters of Massachusetts Mns6chlset Bay nnd nndalong ondI nndui1on
along I ui1on Jonl the neighboring nehbborlnl coast COISt And nd thus thu it itwas itwa itwas
was wa that the schooner shoonlr Hannah Hlnnh was the b bglnnlng bo bollnlnl begimmninuc
glnnlng llnlnl of tho American merl ln Nivy NivyIt N v
It I might mllht now nOl be b an Intf Intfrestnl interesting resting coincidence coincidenceIf eolnrdenc
If a I great Iret point of departure for our met mercantile mrcalto metcartilo ¬
cantile marine wero initiated Initated and started startedby stattl startedby
by calto will another Hanna Janaa Let him hm Murk who whowill whl whovlll
willThere wt There hre Is II another anothprwo wny to stand by the flag flagForbid tn tnForbid flagForbid
Forbid lt I Its removil rllov1 from any spot pot on In which whichIt whichI
It I has his been honorably honomb phnted Heap lea your youropprobrium youropprobrium our ouropprobrhml
opprobrium nnd Ind If I need i1nted be your Impre Impredntlon tmprectonA impredationa
dntlon on nay paltry pnIn partisan pfrtsn such 11th as n for forexample torexample or orcxnlPI
example cxnlPI ctonA when wh a Panama Ilnlml cinal I Ii is at List Listto lastto iistto
to he h completed would woulr oTer 1111 puerile puprleol ob obstruction ohutruetion ¬
struction to n great reat world orl1 enterprise altcrprloe by a anhoip 1 acheip
nhoip etrurtol ends Ihpp factional fnotonal fence for mean political politicalends poltcul poltculends politicalends
endsMr ends1r Mr 1r Randolphs Rndolphs reference rfrno to Senator SenatorHanna Snator SnatorHann SenatorHanna
Hanna Hann was wal greeted reetd with prolongedcheers prolongedcheersand prolonged cher
and an enthusiasm enthusiam which seemed to gather gatherin
in momentum as 0 it went on Chairman ChairmanParsons ChnirmanPaTon ChairmanParsons
Parsons PaTon had hd to rap repeatedly rpeltdly before bfore ho hocould hocould hocould
could get the audience aldienc quiet enough to tointroduce toInlrouc tointroduce
introduce Inlrouc the next speaker fpaker Congrtssman CongrtssmanWilliam Congr8man Congr8manWila CongrssmanWilliam
William Wila H Douglas Dougll whose wbosetoMt toast was WO MCn MCngres Con Congress Congremes ¬
gress and What It I Should Do for Our Mer Merchant MerchantMnrine er erchantMarlo ¬
chant chantMarlo chantMnrine gres Marino Mr Douglas DouglO said saidAs sid sidAs saidAs
As we all al know and I say 80 It with sincere sincereregret sincerergret sincereregret
regret rgret and humiliation hUDli1ton we no longer occupy occupythe OCCUpthE occupythe
the thE proud prold portion we once did In the deep deepsea deeplen deepsea
sea traffic trlmu with our magnificent mngnltcent fleet tee of clip clipper clp clpperlhlps clipper ¬
per len perlhlps ships which gave us In that thlt time tme the die distinction dis dietinction ¬
tinction of being bflg one of the great 1It carrying carryingnations carnngntons carryingnations
nations tncton of the thf world worldcrmer commercially commer illh We Wohave Wehavtslnk Wehavtsuink
ntons have havtslnk havtsuink sunk to the lowest rung run on the th ladder laddersoon laderl ladderbut
but we need not despai despair and I belnve believe WI we 11 wU wUsoon
soon again build blld up this Industry Industr When Whentimes Whentimes Whentimes
times are at the darkest dlrket tho light lght Is II often oftenthe oron oronthe oftenthe
the nearest and I believe beleve the clouds couds will willsoon wi
soon roll by byI
5001 rol
I have every faith fnlh that this stain on our ournational ourmltonsl ournitlonsl
national esctiichfon cutchron this mennco melno to our ourcommercial olr olrIlmmercll omitcomnitrclal
mltonsl commercial Ilmmercll advancement nlvuncment and material pros prospTlty prosp prospority
pTlty p rlt thl title dinner nler to our nations nltol creatnosa creatnosaand Irtn Irtnnnd grentnssand
and source 801rl0 or weakness poknls in cue or war this thiscausu thll thiscause
cause of r Irritation Irrltton and loss los of ofprlrp pride toevery toeveryman toenrmnn toestryman
CIUIE man who loves 10nI hi hl country COlntry individually inllvldlnl and andto ant andto
to the th < entire entn people pM pie collectively colprthply this thl nlmost nlmostunoxplilnnbln Clmnst elmostunnvrlsinnhle
unoxplilnnbln u rIllnhlf position po lton by reason rca oo n Dr our 1111 1111pnrnlHed In Inpnrnl enIflrfllllld
pnrnlHed ld fmcrfHS ICI will wt also ul o be bl swept aside asidesliortlvbyth ntrp ntrp8rtv nettlehortlv I
sliortlvbyth pnrnl hortlv b by th the lrresli irresistible > tihl lhl tide tde of our nation nationprogress nnlonl nnlonlIlrOlr nationi nationiproeres
progress 8rtv IlrOlr > and the sheer Iher necessities npCssltps which whichconfront whichconrront wliiciiconfront
confront IH IHI U UI ItsI
I believe blUeve that this thl bonrd room within wihin a afew nfew afew
few years will echo dally dol to tho tread of ofrepresentative ofreprp ofrepresentatives
representative reprp entl of rich firms frrr and large com companies cornpanies om omp ¬
panies p llp who tH will wU own a splendid fleet teft of largo largowindjammers larg largewindjarnmers
windjammers wlndjammrsnnc and hundreds hundred of steamers of ofth oftho ofthe
th tho the newest and Ild most Improved Improvlr and Ind upto uptodate upto uptodite uptodate
date types These vessels VPIls will wi be b seeking seekingcharters sMklng sMklngchartpr seekincharters
charters dite typs or trading trndlnlin In their usual Isul established establishedroads pstnblshEd pstnblshEdrocs establisheroads
roads to every clime and all al civilized civlzc ports portsin portHIn portein
in rocs the world orld and what Is best Olt of o all al these thesevessel tbpseVMelq thesevessels
vessel VMelq will fly at n the sternpost stern post our national nationalflag natonll natonllnnl nationalflag
flag th them the emblem lm of freedom the banner w wlovo we welovo welove
love nnl the th grand Stars and andltrlPs andltrlPsOf Stripes StripesOf Stripesof
lovo Of the various ariolf measures mlUTa proposed prp Mr MrDouglas 1r 1rDOlgIM MrDouglas
DOlgIM Douglas was inclined inclied to t favor the mileage mileageallowance mJoge mJogealowanc mileageallowance
allowance sometimes smetmes called 01011 bounty or orsubsidy orHubsldy orsubsidy
alowanc subsidy to American Americn built bui shins used us by byour byour byour
our citizens for deep dOep sea sA trade tre also alo the thoestablishment tbeestblshment theestablishment
estblshment establishment of mall mal routes routs for fastutenm fastutenmOscar f0t fast steam steamship tan
ship lines linesOscar
lies liesUsar
Oscar Usar S Straus Strus spoke on n Diplomacy Diplomacyand Diplomaynnd
and Our Foreign Commerce Commere President PresidentThomas Prsident PrsidentTOmM PresidentThonias
Thomas president rrsldent presidentof of the Stock Stck Exchnnce Exchnncein Exchn6 Exchn6on
on Our Sister SIft r Exchanges ExchanreB Charles 1 H IICram HCram
Cram on American oercl Shipbuilding Shlpbuldlnp and andren andCen andson
Cen ren son Uhler Uler on Steam Vessel Interests Intersts of ofthe oftho ofthe
the United States StatesFire StatesFire StatesFire
Fire at Mrs lr U II I Knowltons KnowltonsThe Hnowlon HnowlonTe KnowltonsThe
The Te house houte of Mrs Irs Danford Henry lenr Knowl Knowlon Knowlton Enowlton
ton on at 102 East Et Thirtyeighth TbityeIghth street strot was wasjadly wasLudl wasbadly
badly Ludl damaged dlloged by b fire fre last lst evening evnln The Thejarlor Theparlor Theparlor
parlor floor containing iruch valuable valuableurnlture valuablefuriture valuablefurniture
furniture furiture was contnlnr completely con plEtc pletely y burned out and nndho andtho andthe
the ho basement bo ent suffered sulercd some BO1 damage dmage The Thelamuge Thedamage Thederange
damage was estimated cstmated at 520 520Conrressmcn 32000 32000ConEressnlCfl 2000 2000Congressmen
Congressmen Congratulate Conartnate McClellan McClellanMayor lleCrlan lleCrlanl McClellanMayor
Mayor l yr McClelinn lcClelln received reive yesterday yesterdayfrom YCtrny YCtrnyfrom yesterdayfrom
from Washington Wlbltton this thi telerram telerr signed signeday signedby signedby
by ay twentyono twentyl Democratic Democratc Congressmen Congressmenach QnprfSSlen QnprfSSlenach
each ach from frm a 1 State ether than New York YorkRegretting YorkRetrettns York9legretting
Regretting Retrettns the loss 118 to t the Houso lou of ofRepresentatives ofRerresntatlvfs ofRepresentatives
Rerresntatlvfs Representatives and Id country ountry that your yourresignation yourrslgnnto yourresignation
rslgnnto resignation n brings btnjs we e congratulate onpratulato you youas
0 as laMajorofthegreatestcityinthocountrj youlaMajorofthegreatestcityinthocountrj layorofhe Mayorof the gretest greatest cty city In thocuntl thocuntlherll thocountry thocountrySheriff yu
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Sheriff Sherit Erlanger proposes proposs to preside presideirsonally prsde preadopersonally
personally prfnly over all al trials by Sheriffs Sherl1s juries juriesxcept jures juresexcpt juriesexcept I
except excpt lwer lwerr lawyer iwyer in i r lunacy luacy proceedings pro nis He i Is a aiwyer alwer alawyer
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Thi T Tb Cook ABernhcimerCo ABernhcimerCoSUFFOCATED aBembelmerCo aBembelmerCoSUFFOOArED BernbeimerCoSUFFOCA1ED
Frost FOlt CM GUTm as Turned d Offmnd orad Olfand Then T n Turned TmlGn TmlGnl On OnlUi OnIHILandlamiy
lUi IHILandlamiy Sn SnTe
l Landlady Lndlaey Says SaysThe SaysThe
The Te police plo of < f the to West Wet Thirtyseventh Thirtyseventhstreet Tltvent Thirtyseventhstreet
street station notified dte theCoroners the Coroners office officelost ofticelast
strotatton rotf Crones
lost lt night nlghttlai nightthat that Thomas T9m0 frost rost oata a waiter waiterhad water waterba walterbad
had ba been ben found dead dea In his hi room In Mrs MrsMary 1lrs 1lrslJoy Mr MrMary
Mary lJoy Burgaboarding Dgsbardlng house at at5ltEighth at5ltEighthavenue 511 Eighth Eighthavenue
avenue under und r circumstances circustnc8that that suggested suggestedsuicide suggestedsuicide
suicide suiide But Mrs lls Burgtold Iug Burg tld told a 1 reporter reporterthat reprtr reprtrthat reporterthat
that Frost who ho worked worke nights nig t had ha gone goneto goneto
to t bed bo about abut S oclock ocockyestema yesterday morning morningafter lT9rnlngl lT9rnlnglafkr mqrningafter gne gnet
after afkr lighting Ughtln a patent heater ht attached attco to toone t toone
one one of the ia gas g0 jets jetl The Te cold cld caused ced trouble troublewith touble toublewt troublewith
with wt the te gas g0 pipes pipe and ad Mrs 1rl BurSnotifled BurSnotifledthe Bugnotilt
the te gas g company cmpany At 3 oclock In the theafternoon te teafwrnooi theafternoon
afwrnooi afternoon some of tho companys ompays men menturned mentuneor menturned
turned tuneor off sme the te gas for the te whole house houseThis housoTi houseThis
This Ti according ncorlng to tls Mrs Burg Bue was 10 done donewithout donewitout donewithout
without witout warning to her After Atr thetrouble thetroublearaln thelouble theloubleha tiNtroublehad
had becua ren edied the tuxnod
ha ben ele ga gas was tUne on onB onagain
again B alnlnJ Mrs Burg Brg sars that she was the thestill then thenstill
tbat woten wotenItlln
still Itlln in ignorance I oranc of saYs what wht had hrd taken tken le place placelater rlo placeShe
She aid ld not know unti until sero several hous houslater hours hourslater
later when she so began bea to wonder wnder why Frost Frostslept FOlt FOltslept Frostslept
slept so 6 long lon and went wentt to his hi roomto romto wake wakehim wahehi wakebun
him hi She found him dead dea in bed be The Thegas Te Teg0 Thegas
gas g0 was escaping esapin from the heater The Thecose Te TeCMe Thecase
case will w1 be investigated Inctgate today tday by one of ofthe ofte ofthe
the Coroners CoronersCapt Coronrscpt CoronersCapt
te Capt cpt Hussey Husy sent Bnt detectives dotetves out to make makeinquiries makeinquiries
inquiries inquiriesJJOVtt iquiies iquiiesnoun inquiries110MW wao waoiquiies
Parks Prks Cans Oanr or Somebody Smeboy Set St Off 01 Fire Firecracker Firecracker ¬
cracker Under Und r New Union UnionWhile CnlonWhie VnIonWhile
While Whie the New York Housesmiths1 Bouscsmths Union Unionwas Unon Unonwa Unionwas
was wa in session I10n last IQt night at tho tboTeltonlo Teutoniu TeutoniuAssembly TeutoniaAssembly
Assembly Asmbly Rooms Room Third Thir avenue ayenlo and Six Sixteenth Sixteenth Sixteenth ¬
teenth streetsomebody st ret smebody set st off 01 a largo lrge fire firecracker fr firecracker ¬
cracker crcker in the basement For a few fewmoments fewmoments fewmoments
moments everybody eerbody present felt ftlt con convinced convinc convinced ¬
vinced vinc that he was wn being beln dynamited dyUmltc nnd nndbehaved nndbehaved andbehaved
behaved accordingly acringly One of the bar bartenders br brtender bartenders ¬
tenders tender ran rn down into the basement bsment and andreturned nnr andreturned
returned rturnd with wih tho thoremainsof remains remlln of the Mblmb MblmbMemon bomb bombMembers bombhiembers
Members Memon of the union unn said later latr that Ihatwhether IhatwhetherIt whether whetherIt
It was only a firecracker frecraknr or a real rl bomb it ithad Itbad Ithad
had been ben set st off 01 by some smo member membr of the theParks tbeParks theParks
Parks union Ilion now almost defunct defunctCOLD defunc defuncCOLD defunctCOLD
One Frown In a Barn and Two Meet cet Death DeathOutdoors Dcat DeathOutdoors
Outdoors outdoor In the Snow SnowA
A man mn about abut 60 0 years ear old was found foundfrozen foundfrozen foundfrozen
frozen to death yesterday YRtlrdny In a barn bar In the therear therear i
rear rar of No 783 78 Richmond Rchmond terrace terace Ma Mariners Mariners ¬ I IrlneT
riners rlneT Harbor larbr Staten Island Iland The name nameWilliam nameWilam nameWilliam
William Wilam Pike Pie was W0 on a card crd found on tho thobody thebod thobody
body bod which was poorly porly clad cladAndrew cladAndrpw cladAndrew
Andrew Elcngoski Eleno kl of 21t 2H East E8t Twenty Twentysecond Twent Twentsccond Twentysecond
second street str t Bayonne N J was WI found foundfrozen foundfrozen foundfrozen
frozen yesterday yelterda morning morin In I the lie snow snowat Bnowat snowat
at tho foot fot jf of East t Twentyeighth Twentychth street streetBayonno Itre streetBayonne t tBuyonno
Bayonne While llie hilo on his way wayto to work Sun Sunday Sunday Sunclay ¬
day night nlibt ho slipped Ilpfd from frol a high trestle trestlewas tre8to tre8toWW trestlewas
was WW stunned and nneunaule tunable to rise riseMoniuSTOWN rio rioMORRISTOWN riseronnlsiows
MoniuSTOWN N J Jan 4 4An An un unknown In Inknown unknown ¬
known man was wal found fioen Cloln to death deaththis drnththis deaththis
this morning morninJ on 01 a lonely road leading fiom fiomMori flomMorrl fioniMoruje
Mori Morrl Moruje is Plains Pilinl to Mount Tabor He laywithin lay IlY IlYwitin mywithin
within witin a 1 hundred feet of a house hOI I It Itis ItII Itis
is II believed bleved that ho tried to seek ek shelter shelterbut lhcter lhcterbut shelterbut
but fell fel exhausted exausted In the snow enowIX snowIN snowIx
IX A NORTh RIVER ICE JAM JAMMorgan Jil Jil1Iorsan tJ1tMMorgan
1Iorsan Morgan Liner Lntr El Valle ale Conldnt Dock DockFrosted Dockrlsttd DockFrosted
Frosted rlsttd ShIps 8111 Aplenty AplentyThe AplentyThe plen plenTho
The Morgan line lne freight steamship Btealship El ElValle 1 ElValle
Valle Vale In yesterday yewrdny afternoon afenon from Now NowOrleans NowOrenlS NewOrleans
Orleans OrenlS lay In an Ice ic jam last lst night off of the theend theend theend
end of her North ort River Iver dock foot of Hous Houston Houstn Houston ¬
ton tn street strCt She had a afre fire In her cargo cargoof cargoot cargoof
of cotton cton last It Welnedai Wednesday when she was wasin Wl wasin
in the Gulf ulf cf Mexico lJexlo one day ray out The ThoNorwegian TheNorwegian rhoNorwesll
Norwegian Norwesll stealfshlu st shlD Hispanla H > panla at New NewOrleans NewOrleans ew ewOrCan
Orleans OrCan from Port Linon U 10n on Friday stood stoodby stoodb stoodby
by b El Vallo Vale several soerll hours hou8 whlkrhcr blohCr crow ciowjettisoned cow cowjettsoned crowjettisoned
jettisoned jettsoned a large lrge quantity quanty pf burned blte cotton cottonbaled cton ctonal cottonbales
baled hurt hurtEl burtEI hurtEl al and ad put out the tle Are fe No one was washurt washurt t
El Valle Vale the te Proteus Poteus and ail al other coast coastliners oOt oOtInrrA coastlIners
iceclad and the
liners InrrA were lclad HatnhurK HatnhurKAnierican Habu HaihurgAmerican
American lines lnls big excursion oxcurlon yacht aht Prin Prinzessin PrlnzCsln Pninzesein
zessin zCsln Victoria Lulsn LUn biC had the whiteness whitenessof whltnesl
of her he hull hul and rigging magnified maguile by the thefrosts to tofrOt thefrosts
frOt frosts ofseveral of several storms stormsFrom 8tonDSFrom stormsFrom
From Bed Into Ito the Bitter Dter Cold ColdTho ColdTe ColdThe
The Te Grand Grnd Windsor Windsr lodging house in inChatham inCatham inchatham
Chatham Catham Square Squar emptiedalotof empUo emptied aJotof ita li lodgers lodgersinto lodler lodgersinto
into tho zero zr weather wether at midnight midni ht last lastnight lat latnght lastnight
night nght when there was wa a fire fre next ilcor The Thefire Thef Thefire
f fire did dd less les damage dllage than the thewther thewtherCnalUla weather weatherfnadllla weatherLnadilla
fnadllla CnalUla Valley ale Railroad RlroadSolc Sold SoldUTICA 5011Uca
UTICA UTIC Jan 4 4Atorey 4Attorney Attorney William Wilam Howe Howeof Howoot Howeof
of 27 William Wllar street stret Now York bought boughtthe boight boightIhe botightthe
the Unadllla Utadla Valley Vlley Railroad Rlload at public publo I Iauction I Iauction Iauction
auction hero today The road wes WES sold soldby toldby old oldby
by John K Brandegeo Brandego of this Ihil city cit tho thoreferee thorCere thoreferee
referee rCere appointed Rppintc in an action acton brought broughtbv broughtby
bv by Dr Lewis Rutherford Morris Mori of New NewYork New1ork Nework
York 1ork ork a soninlaw sOIlnIaw of Senator Snator Clark of ofMontana ofMontan ofMontana
Montana Montan against the railroad rairoad company companyand companyand mpny mpnynnd
and others othersMr othorsMr othersMr
Mr Howe made tho only bid sioooo siooooand 10000 10000and 100
and the road wcs Wtl sold to him for that sum sumMr aiimMr
Mr Howe 100 represents the first frst mortgage mortgapobondholders mortgaobondholders mortgagebondholders I
bondholders of tho road After Ater the silo ho noaid hosaid I IMid
Mid aid that th thIr there < jre would be a reorganization reorganizationof reorgllzatlon reorgllzatlonf
of f the road rae Tho ho policy polcy of the company companyas cmpany
as to extensions extenflos and changes to bo made macloho madehe mactoho
ho said tld hud 1111 nut as yet been beD outlined outlinedSHOT outned outnedSlOT outlinedshoT
NonUnlon Man UanDenlen Bcnlcn by Thugs Finally FinallyTurin Flnal Finallyminis
Turin Tunl minis and Protects Himself HimselfCHICAGO IISII IISIIClCAQO IhimmuseifCHICAO0
CHICAGO ClCAQO Jan 4 4Charlr 4Charles Charles Lake a I Pull Pullman Pul Pullman ¬
man car painter who had ha been assaulted Ilauled Ilauledand assaultcdand j jand
and beaten repeatedly repeatdly by union thugs be because b because ¬
caUte cause he refused rfuse to tojoin Join the union turned turnedyesterday tureJ tureJyeterday turns turnsyesterday
yeterday yesterday afternoon on John Poetma Potma a aroomer aromer aroomer
roomer in thaeamo the pame house hOlse with him at 11033 11033Michigan 11013 11013Mlclgln I 1003Michigan
Michigan avenue av nue and fatally fntaly wounded his hlaassailant hisIlnnt hisassailant
Mlclgln Ilnnt assailant with a bullet bulet The 1hesloltn shooting took tookplace tok tokplaafcr tookplace
plaafcr place after Postmahad Potma Poatma hn had beaten Lake Lnle twice twiceLakes twlcLakes twiceLakes
Lakes refusal reu8al to join th tle tle union unloi had hadgained hadgane hadgained
gained him 1dm much enmity enlty and for two twomonths twomontha twomonths
gane months his hi fellow felow wprkrenhnvo wprktnen have been beenattempting bocnatempting beenattempting
atempting attempting to t force him by threats and In Intimidation Intmidaton intimidation ¬
tmidaton timidation to t join join0T joinDOliT joinDONT
DOliT > 0T LIKE JKE THEIR OFTV OJ rilf rilfbar LUfLbor LIITLabor
Lbor Labor bar Unions Aihisnl Alhld to toCrro Urge the ho Repeal nepetUof Rep
of the Employers Emploer Liability LIbly Law LawCounsel Lw LwCounel LawCounsel
Counsel Counel for the trades unions union on 01 whoso whosoccount wholo wholoaccuut whoseaceoulit
ccount accuut the present Employers Eplojr Liability Liabilityaw Labity LiabilityLaw
Law aw was W framed fraed has now advised advie them themo thel thmento I
Lw to o agltatj for III It I repeal repul on tho ground that tnttho tllttho thattim
tim ho common COlllon law llw safeguard fufegulrd1 tat tl interrtst Iltlrr interretsof ti i if Ior
or > f tho workers Utter lt tter than trln the special specialaw 8pcco SpecIallass
law aw which has hn been loosely framed framedJames fraed fraedJat franedJartes
James Jat tlson lon walking uulng delegate of the thonachinisU themnhln6tl themachinisti
nachinisU mnhln6tl said Ild ycvterday Y trdar that it is do doilrud do dosired
Hired to replace the present special lpial law lawwith lw lwwith lawwith
with one more carefully caref Iydrwn IydrwnTo drawn drawnTo drawnTo
To Work for or a aGreen Green Memorial MemorialAt 1ehorlal 1ehorlalAt
At the monthly monthy meeting metg of the trustees trusteesat trstees trsteesof
of tho American erican Scenic Scno and Historic Preser Preservation Prervoton Proervation ¬
vation Society Siety on Monday Mondoyeeng evening tho thofollowing thofOlowing timefollowing
voton fOlowing following committee committe was wn appointed appint with withpower withpower withpower
power to add to t it itl i members ta t take tJke time tnonecessary tlO tlOntr timenecessary
necessary steps for tho foimation of an anAndrew anAndrew anAndrew
ntr Andrew H Green Gron Memorial Association AssociationFrederick Assoiaton AssoiatonFrederick AssociationFrederick
Frederick W Devorf Henry Hem E Gregory GregoryEdward GregoryEdward
Oreforr OreforrEdwnrd
Edward Hagaman Hall Hal Francis WhitlneHalsey Whitlne Whtn WhtnHalsey WhltinHalsey
Halsey Dr Georgo GcrgoF F Kunz Walter Walter WalterLgan S SV SLogan
Logan S1up1 Samuel Pnrsoni Parsons Jr Col flormr flormrv
Lgan W V Sackett Sakett Mornay Morny Williams Wli 1111am Charles Hol F FVinaats t tWlngatllnd 1 1Wingats
Wlngatllnd Wingats Vinaats and Albert Albrt Ulraann Uman Th Th The com co coinmittee
mite mittee p plans aM t to add to Its mebrsp membership
I Imentor
Suspicion st ID Th That at t They r II lb have ve e draped drapedment r rmint
mint mentor of JUt Just l ortOues Por PortDursSAN > ortOuesBJM Dun DunBAN
BAN FRANCISCO FAc c Jon Ja 4 4TAn An inadvertent toadvertenremark Iadvrnt IadvrntJ inadvertentnk
remark J nk lml made by a nuiater mtror m ter iOt I a French Frencsailing Frcn FrcnIUlg Frenchsailing
sailing IUlg vessel vesl recently r nty In I this ti port pr ha hacreated hs hsolted baa baatTeatO1
created tho lon cutomeofficials
olted suspicion auspl spi among custom customofficials cuqtomsofcl
officials ofcl st that t n is largo luge fleet t of ships flying flg th thtrlcolor the thetrlclor thetncolor
trlcolor trlclor Is indebted I bted to Uncle Sam Sm for por pordues port portduos portdues
dues These Thesd duos s as as ascharged charged harge at at attbe the time timetl6velsls tim timthe timethe
the tl6velsls vessels put In here were m paid pa Id but butit butitdevelopathnt I Idevelops It Itdevelopathat
develops developathnt thnt udr under i herw the French Frnch systemic systemicmeasuring systmof systmofmo8ring syatemotmeasuring
measuring mo8ring ships they have apparently apparentlescaped apprnty apprntyel apparentlyescaped
escaped el d payment pLyment of oflrgtnume largo largosunis sums ainoutittn ainoutittnto IOultlg
to t many man thoUsands tbolant
Such liberal lberal allowance Is made den in Franc Francin Francehi
I in i dividing groan alowanc from frm n ft zimit r t tonnngo tonnagoof tonnagoofVf8 o ovessQla of ofvessels
vessels Vf8 s that the jrf net has boon bn registered rgI8 a ai at atI
i I a figure fguo we greatly grealy below what the measure measurei mep6Ur meesuromeat
i ment meat Would ould actually actuly show Thus a vcsssj o oI of
I 12 2400 O tons tongOI gross measurement meaeurment Tn in I realitjpo88sslrig reality relty reltypB8lrg realityposassing
po88sslrig net measuroment t of 2X0 or 01possibly orpossibly orpossIbly
pB8lrg monslrmO 20
possibly 2200 20 tons to I frequently frequnty registered reglsterecat
at about 1800 1800This 180 1800This
This saves SV S the vesssl vee 1 many mny dollars dol rs li lientering In Inentering Inentering
entering an In American Am rlon port prwJer where dues duC or orcollected nre nretleced are arecollected
collected tleced on the hu basis of 6 cents nto a net toi toimeasurement ton tonme tonmeasurement
measurement me surment Frenchmen profit also 118 sa sathe at atbe atthe
the be other end PS 18 their subsidies subl prft les are ae pai paion pid pidon paid paidon <
on a bests b sls of their crosstonnage crosstonnageingtheFrencJ grsstonnage grsstonnageTo grosstonnageTo
To deterrnel determine so fares possible llble thelc thelccroofhe the no nocuracvofthe
croofhe curacvofthe suspicion regnflngthe regardingthe ingtheFrencJ ingtheFrencJvess3istiiree French Frenchvemnfsthree
vess3istiiree vemnfsthree fs tbree susrlcon ships sh pI of that flag fg now inpor inporaro In port portare
are a to be surveyed 8uf eed by representatives rprcs2ntatlvesof rprcs2ntatlvesoftbo reprcsentativeaoftime iO iOtho
time customs Cloms service srviceWEXTWORTn serviceIVEXTWORTII rvlc rvlcJJENWORTB
Compromise CompromIs to Give Mrs r Stu 8tuat2O Stusrt2000 rt 200O 200OOOO
OOO 0 Didnt Ddnt Please the Judge JudgoBOSTON JudgeBosToN udC
BOSTON Jan 4 4It It was expected expote that thathe tlt tltthe thatthe
the contest contet over ovr the Arioch Aoch Wentworth Wentwortlwill Wentworthwl Wentworthwill
will wl would come cme to an end today On O Sat Saturday St Stuy Sattirday
urday uy it was given out that tht the teagrmert agreement agreemehon
on 01 which whch the attorneys attornos of each side ha habeen bd bdbn had hadbeen <
been bn working workg for a week wok would be b filed filedin filedin
in I the Probate Prbt Court in Salem Slem today toy
John D Long Lng and Samuel Smuel J Elder Eder rep representing rp rprntng representing
resenting rntng the parties at issue Iue went tx txSalem to toSalem
Salem this morning moring prtes with that thtobjeot object ii iiview In Inview inview
view but Judge Judg Harmon Hnon who wr1 has h heart hearttho heardthe
the case Cle did not like lke the nature Ilatuo of the thiagreement to toagrment theareenent
agreement toke agrment place placeWhat plc therefore terfot its It filing fg did no notako not nottoke nottaso
What Wh Judge JUdg Harmon Hron objected to could couldnot coud coudnot couldnot
not be b learned lenle because becus no object partof prfot the docu document dou doument document ¬
has Unless Unlesssorno Unlesssome
ment In yet been ben made mde public publc
some smn agreement agrment is reached rched that will w pass passthe possthe
the tle Judge the contest cntltwl will go on onThe onTo onThe
The To report rJrt has hI been bn freely frly circulated circulatedthat clatd clatdtht circulatedthat
that tht Mrs Mr Stuart tho testators testtors only daugh daughter dauth dauthter dauhter ¬
ter and nearest relative rehiti was to t receive
1200 2000000 outright by the terms term of the com compromise cm cmpromi cornpromise ¬
promise promi By the will wi she got 110 12000 a ayear aJiear ayear
year Most 1lot of Mr Wentworths WentwortIs fortune fortuneof fortue fortueof
of 5000000 00 was wasleft left ft to found a school schoolCOL s scjmolCold OI OICOl
Lwr Lawyer Who nhl Was as Shipwrecked In Ills Ils Sons SonsYacht Sonlalht SonsYacht
Yacht alht Succumbs to Heart Disease DiseaseCol Isease IseaseCol IlseaseCot
Cot Col Thomas Thoml C Campbell Campbel tho lawyer lawyerwho lwr lwrwho lawyerwho
who returned rtured on Sunday on tho Ward War Line Linesteamer Llnosteamer Linesteamer
steamer Orizaba Orizab in a I dying condition conditln ro resuiting rosuiting rosalting
suiting from a dLtl disastrous cruise crul In the thoauxiliary thenuxliary theauxiliary
auxiliary nuxliary schooner yacht the Roamsr Roamsrdied R03m Roamirdied r rdied
died yesterday morning ut the Skene Sani Sanitarium Sanibarium nl nltarium ¬
tarium 759 7 3 President street Brooklyn to towhich towhich towhich
which he was taken from the steamer steamerunder steamerunder steamerunder
under care of Dr A W V Ford ord of ofZ4t 241 Clinton Clintonstreet CUntonstreet Clintonstreet
street Ills wife and son Capt George D DCampbell DCampbell DCampbell
Campbell owner of tho Roamer accom accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
panied Col Campbell from the steamer to tothe tothe tothe
the sanitarium I and remained at his bedside bedsideuntil Ledsideuntil bedsideuntil
until his death deathMrs dllIthtrl deathMs
Mrs Campbell Call1pl eIl > who had been greatly greatlyprostrntexl greatlyprostrntCtI greatlyprostrated
prostrated through constant attendance on onher onIwr oniwr
Iwr husband during liis shipwreck priva privations prlvaclous privatlons ¬
tions and Hubtfequent illness iIIne l went to the thehomo tJlehome thehome
home of a friend at 73 Union street streetTho Htreet1he streetTime
Time funeral services will be held at atStephen atStlphen atStephen
Stephen Merrill B undertaking rooms at atnoon at1100n atiloon
noon on Thursday uud under r the auspices aU pices of ofRepublic ofUelubllc ofRepublic
Republic Lodge aDO F and A M MOblluary lILOblluar mL mLobItuary
obItuary Notes NotesMrs Xotl8IIrs NotesSirs
Mrs Elizabeth Wormley Latlraer novelist novelistwriter novelistrltr novelistwriter
writer rltr of historical works and a well ell known knowncontributor knowncolllrlblitor knowncontributor
contributor to the magazines l died at her h r home homeold homein
10 Baltimore Yftiterrluy She isas 01 HI years yearsbid urs ursbhl
old llerhtw llerhtwdied It 11cr husoalldltunclolph itmsbtid ttumflIolih Hrnndt In Jntjmer Jntjmerdied mr mrdied
died on Dec lln t last t wv wvEngland th WIIS VUF born In 10 Lotitloti LotitlotiEmiglimmni dOll dOllEll
England Ell ilIa 1111 She ISh was the daughter of the late lateAdmiral lateAdmJrul lateAdmiral
Admiral Wormley Wormll of the British Navy = vY Her Herfamily lIerfamily lienfamily
family connections < In Great reut Britain gave gaveher gn gaveher e eher
her cntrauw to tho best society of that thatcountry thatcOllnlry thatcountry
country Her family connections in America Americawero Americnwre Americawere
were as distinguished as those tho in Great GreatBritain GreatIlrltaln GreatBritaIn
Britain Her I > r patermil irrnndmother m was wasthn WII8thl wastimi
thn nlew nplt of Fdmund llandolph Cien ell e Wash WashInttlons W1I1I1Ingtono aeh aehIngtone
Inttlons ildedecamu and Secretary of State StateHer 8bltlIr State11cr
Her paternal grandfather was a Captain In InCeorco In1tor inGeorge
George 1tor Ills bodyguard Much of her time timewas timeIll timewas
was Ill spent at the French court during the therelsn theIcllm thereign
reign of King IOiils Philippe PhulIpp and she pbews pbewsin was wasIn wasin
In Paris when Napoleon body hod was 08 brought broughtfrom broughtfrorn broughtfrom
from bt 8t Helena She witnessed wltne56 the coro coronation coronation conenation ¬
nation of Quet Queen > n Victoria VictoriaThe VlctorJnTh VictoriaThe
The Th Hev Elisha W V Cook Coo the last but two twoof twoof I
of the survivors of the famous amous class of 1837 1837nt 1831nt 1837at
nt Yale ColHtfe died on Sunday night at his Mshome hishoml hishome
home 170 Putnam I tllnm avenue Brooklyn after afteri
i protracted Illness In ni his eitrhtyeltfhth eitrhtyeltfhthAinonc I1rhtyelththenr
year enr Among his fellow graduates from fromwrro fromVIII fromYiii
VIII wrro ro William W 111mm M 1 Evarts Samuel J Jthe Jnlen J1illen
nlen Edward Pierrepont and thief hlef Justice Just100310rrlson JusticeMorrison
310rrlson R It Waite The two lur survivors lvors of ofthe ofthe
the class are Thomas Mills 1I11 flay of Hartford HartfordConn JlnrtrordConn HartfordConn
Conn and Harvey IInn Hyde of Cincinnati The TheTUV Thelliv TheTIes
TIes Mr Ir Cooks first pastorate was the thoConpreuatlonal theCOIIIT theCongregatIonal
CongregatIonal COIIIT lItional Church at Haddam Conn ConnIn Connlii
In 18 t868 8 ho pave up regular r 1118r pastoral work workto workto workto
to enter the service < of the American Mis Missionary Misslonary lIs lIsIIlonary ¬
sionary Society For the past twelve years yearshe yenrshe yearshe
he had been engaged In literary Uterl ry work His Hisworks 11111orks Hiscorks
works orks Include A Theory Th ory of tho Moral MoralSystem MoralS6tm Moralitsstem
System Tho Endless Future The Orlejn Orlejnof Origin Originot Originct
of Sin and Law and Penalty Endless Endle s In Inan Innil inaim
an Endless Enillr II Universe He leaves a widow widowson widow50n widowson
son and five daughters daughtersCharles dnUlhtersChllrlei daughtersCharles
Charles F Steele AttelJ one of the oldest mem membra memhrs teembre
bra of the Nnw = ew w York lork ork Produce Exchange Exchangedied Exchangedied Exchangedied
died on Saturday at his homo 255 25 Steuben Steubenstreet IteubellIrct Steubenstreet
street Brooklyn in his seventyfirst year yearHe yearlie enr enrHe
He was formerly n member mern Prof of the woolenhouso woolen woolonhouao woolenhotltt
houso of formrlr Edward T Steele k Co and at the thetime thetlmo thetiutie
time of his death was connected with withthe withtime
the firm of A M A W W A White bite For Fortwentylive Fortwentl1ve FortwentyOss
twentylive years h hI superintended 8uPrlnt ndod the thoprinting tMprlntimc theprinting I
printing of United States postage stamps stampsTfatlonal fltomplhy stampsby
hy the firm or Totten Carpenter and tee thonl1I1RI teeatinal
Tfatlonal nl1I1RI Bank Note Not Company lIe was ono onoof onoor oneof
of the founders of the Franklin Bank Noto NotoCompany = ioteCompany ota otaCompanr
Company Ho was an ardent student of ofShakespeare ofShnkNlpenr ofShakespeare
Shakespeare and his book entitled I Is There ThereBacon ThroAny ThereAny
Any nsemblanc Itesernbl ne Metsseeui twef1I l Shakespeare hulesp are and lndBncon andEacon
Bacon wan published publl bcd by him during durin I tho thoDonnelly thoDonn timDonnelly
Donnelly Donn lIy controversy r A widow and two twochildren twochllrlrn twohuldreui
children survive him himBurus himRufus j jItufus
Rufus Blanchard cartographer and histor historian historIan ¬
ian and for manv years on onl of th thp most mostwidely mostwlrlly mostwidely <
widely known citizens of Chlcaco died on onSunday OI OISunday euSunday
Sunday at his hJ home lit Wheaton III Ho had hadnot hartslot i irot
rot been f feeling elln well 111 for several weeks but butMs but1ii
Ms 1ii death came suddenly sudlll > nh Ha H was 11 S2 6 years yearsold rnrllold yearsold I
old Ho 11 had an International reputation reputationas
as a maker of maps lie was waeknown known to have havebeen I Ibeen I Ihtn
been the oldest map maker In the United UnitedState UnitedStates I IStnle
State He was no less known as It II n historian historianand historianIInd historianand
and somo of his hl volumes have been goner gcnernllv gen gonerails r rnllv
nllv accepted ns standard authorities par particularly pnrtlclllarl parthculariy ¬
ticularly his books dealing with the great greatNorthwest greatNorthwest rput rputNorthwest
Northwest Among his hi host M known historical historicalwork hitorlcalwor hisioricalworks
work wor are Thf 11 Political History of the theUnited IheUiltecl timeUnited
United States History of Illinois Illinoisinane Ro Roniariw nomonco
niariw inane > of Abraham Lincoln History of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Northwest and Chicago ChicagoLuclen ChlcngoIuelell ChicagoIuden
Luclen B Sqiiier an oil merchant died diedyesterday diedstcrday diedyesterday
yesterday nt his homo In South Orange OrangoX
X c J J in his seventyfifth Mvtnterrhfar yrar HI H was one on of ofthe oftho ofthe
the pioneers 1onerli of th the animal and f roll loll biiflnetw biiflnetwIn bmlne
In 18X5hi 18 1873 5 h went 11110 buslnrn lor himself himselfIn 1
In Maiden line Later h is was Vn In partner partnership pnrtnlrhll partnership ¬
ship hll with a Mr Leonard under the firm name mmoof n1meof nameof
of Leonard 4 Squler at th the < i Mnldui Simmidi ii lino linoaddress 1111 I inn innaddress
address In l 1875 75 this partnership was dls dlseolvedSnuiercontlnulnKthi1 dlllsolnd di diolvcd I
eolvedSnuiercontlnulnKthi1 solnd SIulr continuing the business Aboi tbo bOI t tten tlen tten
ten years nrs ago h he pioverl iioiei to iso 1 D Front Kronestreet Frontstreet ront rontstrllt
street where ho lm remained rmn n d to tn thp day d8 of his hisdeath hisdeath hisdeath
death Mr Snulcr was on OM of the two Mol1 Mol1memhrrfi old oldmembers olm1members
members ff r tie Oil Mens lcII Association He Heleaven HelenT Heleaves
leaven lenT n w s fe nirl run two aons aonsCharles rnq rnqCharles nq nqCharles
Charles II Drummer 70 years old paving pavingteller plwlnllteller pavingteller
teller of tho Merchant Exchange National NationalBank Nationalflatilt
Bank for over tlilrtvflvu years pon and con connected conaected < 01 01npctecl ¬
nected with that institution tn tltu 1n since In 18J3 18 5 died diedof diedof diedof
of npoplexv In the tb Montclnir station flint ion of the tliaNew theNess
New el York ork and lireeiwood Lake Railway Railwaynhortly Railwayhort1y Railwayshortly
shortly after ft m oclock o locl yesterday morrlnc morrlncH morrl l lH I
H He < was wn about to go out on tin platform to totake totnke totake
take r it i train when h he fell to the floor dead deadMr dlIdllr deadMr
Mr Bummer was horn In Jersey ntv It In 1833 13and i iand
and WR wits M the son on of exMayor Dummer 1I33t of ofthat 0 0tMt ot otthat 1
that city cityGeorge elt3G cityGeorge
George G orlCe W V Furman who died on Sunday Sundayat
at his hi home 4U 11 Kevins street Brooklyn BrooklynIn BrooklynIn
In his eightythird year was manngor of the theUnion th thUnion theUnion
Union Forrv Company Com pun for over fifty years yearsretiring ytnrsreUrlllll yearsretiring
retiring only two years enrs ago Ho leaves a awidow awidow awidow
widowRlCll4RDOS widowRICHARDOS widow widowHCIIARDOS
Lee tf Cut Off on the th Elerntrd and a Fall FallTTiroinh FaitI1lrollh FallThrotth
TTiroinh Ties to Street StreetFrancisco StrretFrancl8co StreetFrancisco
Francisco Eichnrdo 40 years old of 104 104nion 104Union 101Union
Union nion street accidentally fell last evening eveninglorn eenlngtlom
tlom fi lorn the station platform of the elevated elevatedallroad elevatedrallrond elevatedrailroad
railroad at Otoiid and DeKalb avruuro 8WIIUCA1 8WIIUCA1Booldn avemmucsBooklyn 1 1Jiooklyn
Jiooklyn in front or 0 a train His HI tight leg legras I legwas g 1 1vo
was cut cIT at the thigh an and < l he fell through throughhe
the he ties tie to the street Mistaining other othersevere othersOere othersevere I
severe injuries Ke was removed uncon unconclous unconscious unconscions
scions to the Cumbarland CUmb rland street hospital hospitalIt
It It was said that be could not recover I
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I jt Rock RockIsland Island System time table as asalso v valso C Ci
i also one of ofour our folders Across Acrossthe Acrossthe i ithe
the Continent in a Tourist Sleep Sleeping Sleeping Sleeping ¬
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They show when our ourCalifomia ourCalifomiatrains California Californiatrains 11 11trains
trains leave Chicago when they arrive arri c at Los LosAngeles LosAlgetes LosAngeles
Angeles and an an4San San Francisco and what there is isto isto isto
to see sec en route They tell what tourist sleepers sleepersare seepersare
are like Iikchow how much cheaper they are a to travel in inthan inthan inthan
than Standard sleepers lleeperSand and finally why 70 o per percent percent I Icent
cent of the men and women wOneR who cross the th conti continent contineptugo contiDent ¬
Dent neptugo go tourist touristAt tourist touristAt
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Ermine Lynx Mink Sealskin Persian Lamb 1o Q QSables a aSables
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Furlined Overcoats and Sleigh Robes RobesAuto Q QAiito 4 a aAuto
Auto Coats and Fur lined 1in d Circulars CircularsNOTI 15 j 55 55NorxI II IINonI
NOTI NonI I do rot r sell > cll blended or darkened Rtinlan or hudson Bay Sable or Mink Ladle Ladl wn wnhave WIIhave witSave
have purchased them elsewhere complain that they bare a mottled shabby appearance after being beingworn b beIngworn tDlf tDlfwom
worn a short time timeI
I sell London Dyed Alaska Seal Skin only and Leipzig Dyed Persian Lamb Silken Sllk n Feral FeralBroadtall Perelas PerelasBroadtail l lOroadtaU
Broadtail to 4oIn toIn toIn
In stock all sizes in Coats and Jackets and a complete assortment > t of ofNeck 01Neck ofNeck
Neck Pieces PiecesMuffs Muffs c in all fashionable furs fursAll fursAll fursAll
All sales strictly for cash No goods sent on approval approval4Ist approval4Jst approval41st
4Ist and an 42d Strezts Stre ts Between Betw en Broadway Sixth Avenue
1 I
Club Demand State Convention Name NameDelcRatcs NameDeleptes NameDeleatcs
DelcRatcs IMctlicU to Him HimLINCOLN 111mIINCOLN HIntLINCOLN
LINCOLN Neb Jan 4 4The The movement movementto
to Insist Ins t upon a delegation from Nebraska NebraskaInstructed Nebr08kaIl18trueted NebraskaInstructed
Instructed for Roosevelt was Initiated Initiatedhere Initiatedhoro Initiatedhors
here tonight when who the first Roosevelt RoosavoltLeague RooseveltLcagtie
League Club was organized at a meeting meetingattended meetingattended
attended by 400 Republicans RepublicansGov
Got Mickey presided and resolutions resolutionswere
were passed demanding of the State con convention convention ¬
vention that nono but enthusiastic Roosevelt Rooseveltmen
men be named as delegates and that they theybe theybe
be Instructed to vote first last and all the thetime thetime
time far Roosevelt and for no one else elseFor elseFor
For some weeks a quiet effort has been beenmade beenmade
made to secure an indorsement for John JohnL IohaL
L Webster for VicePresident it being beingurged beingurged
urged that Roosevelt men be selected as asdelegates asdelegates
delegates but that no instructions be given givento
to them themThh themThis
This was taken by the Rooiovolt men mento mento
to bo an insidious method of getting a dele delegation delegation ¬
gation that could bo plumped for Hanna Uannaif
if he became a candidate and a movement movementintended movementintended
intended to ba statewide has been Inaugu Inaugurated inaugurated ¬
rated by the Roosevelt men to prevent any anysuch anysuch
such contingency contingencyThe
The general manager of the Burlington Burlingtonroad Burlingtonroad
road sent a representative to assure the themeeting themeeting
meeting that tho road would support loose Roosevelt loosevolt ¬
volt veltFOR voltFOR
Cuthbert IV Pound Is Favored by Senator SenatorPlan SenatorPIatt
Plan and nd Gov Odell OdellCuthbert OdellCuthbert
Cuthbert W V Pound who is connected connectedwith connectedwith
with the Cornell University law school schoolis
is favored for election as State Superin Superintendent Superintendent ¬
tendent of Public Instruction by Senator SenatorPlatt SenatorPlatt
Platt and Gov Odell Odd Mr Pound is con considering consitleniug ¬
sidering the advisability of accepting an anelection anelection
election to this office at the hands of the theLegislature theLegislature
Legislature on Feb 10 for a term of three threeyears threeyears
years Mr Pounds salary at the Cornell Cornelllaw Cornelllaw
law school Is I 13500 and in addition to this thisho thislie
ho is president of tle State Civil Service ServiceCommission ServiceCommission
Commission which pays him 13000 a year yearand yearand
and 000 annually in lieu of expenses which whichtho whichtIme
tIme Commissioners draw at the rate of 50 50a 50a
a mouth So that from a financial stand standpoint standpoint ¬
point Mr Pound is now in receipt of an anannual anannual
annual compensation of 7100 The office officeof officeof
of State Superintendent f Publio Instruc Instruction instruction ¬
tion pays JSCCO a year and no lump sum is isgiven isgiven
given in lieu of expenses but the Superin Superintendent Suipenintendent ¬
tendent is reimbursed only for expenditures expendituresactually expendituresactually
actually rondo while travelling on official officialbusiness officialbusiness
business Tlen again Mr Pounds posi position position ¬
tion at Cornell is practically for life So Sothat Sothat
that it remains to be seen whether he will willaccent willaccent
accent the State office officeMr officeMr
Mr Pound first entered politics In 1887 1887when 1887when
when he was elected City Attorney of Lock Lockport Lockport
port which office he held for three years yearsTwo yearsTwo
Two years later he was elected to the State StateSenate StateSenate
Senate representing time counties of Sing Niagara Singaria ¬
aria Orleans Livingston Wyoming and andGeneseo andGenesee
Geneseo He went to Cornell Just after afterhe afterhe
he concluded his one term in the Senate SenateMr SenateMr
Mr Pound is not yet 40 years old having
been born in Lockport on June 20 ISM ISMMr 1864Mr
Mr Skinner has served three terms an anState asState
State Superintendent of Public Instruction InstructionHo
Ho has believed all along that his efforts effortsIn
In behalf of the common schools of the theState theState
State warranted his continuance In office officeDADY officeDADY
Praises the Presidentfor Getting After AfterRaioati AlterRascals
Rascals In Office OfficeThe 0411ccThe
The First Assembly DIstrict Rjpublican RjpublicanClub
Club of Brooklyn put Itself on record last lastnight lastnight
night as favoring Roosevelt M the Re Repul Beput
put llcan candidate for President in the thenext thenext
next campaign Resolutions to that effect effectwere effectwere
were offered by O H Ralston the ex executive oxecutive ¬
ecutive memter from tIme district and wero werounanimously werounanimously
unanimously adopted After praising
RoooeVelts administration the resolutions resolutionssay
say sayV V Ve heartily commend him for his fearless fearlesspunhhmont fearleepunishment
punishment of all irrespective of party who whohave
have attempted to disgrace our Govern Government Governmeat ¬
meat by misuse of official position and for forhis forhis
his consistent course In followin following the policyof policy policyof
of our late lamented President William WilliamMcKlnley tilliamMcKinley
McKinley the keynote of which won the pro protection prortion ¬
tection of home Industries and American Americanaor
labor laborAnd rtion aor
And bn It further resolved that WB unani unanimously unanlmously ¬
mously Indorse Theodore Theod re Roosevelt an the thaRepublican theRepublican
Republican candidate for or PresIdent of th thIt the theUnited
United State In the campaign of t031 t031It
It is understood that Michael J Dady Dadywho Dadywho
who sailed for Cuba on Saturday sug suggested auggesteci ¬
gested the offering of the raoluuoua
SOTII irovr HAVE WJIKE WJIKEDistrict WitEtEDistrict
District Committee Condemn Kit Election Electionas
as Executive Commlttccinati CommlttccinatiTho ComnuittecumatThe
The Republican district committee of th tlmTwentyninth s sTwentyninth
Twentyninth Asssmbly district is now nowofficered nowofilcerod
officered as fellows Senator Nathaniel NathanieiAElsberg A AKlsberg
Klsberg chairman Edward Lauterfoaeb Lauterfoaebvicechairman IauterbaehvicechaIrman
vicechairman Alexander T 1 Miison trees treasurer ¬ Ti Tiuror
urer and William J Chamlcrlain score secretary ¬ 1 1tary
tary taryThe c cThe
The committee at a special meeting
last night passed resolutions condemning
the recent action of some of tho distntt distnttdelegates distaictdelegates
delegates to tha tim county committaoby committaobywhich comunittao hy hywhich
which Gustav F Schwnrzlor was first ilretelected firstelected
elected executive member and then in inretired t i
deference to an uprising In the iIstrict iIstrictretired
retired and substituted in his place his hischief m mchief
chief lieutenant Alderman Ware Wareresult i rrr
The resolutions last niIit refer to tIme tImeresult
result of the prlnmary election held Sept 15
1003 when Alexaider T Mason mid h hfriends his hisfriends
friends were elected to direct the affairs of ofthe ofthe
the Twentyninth Assembly district arid aridsay andsay
say sayThis This committee hiu ha lenrnori tlmr utter Ch Chunanimous tmi tmiunanimous
unanimous election of such ticket hthe th Maser Mnwrticket Maserticket
ticket nt the primary by h the voters of the ill illtrlct die dietrlct
trlct certain moulders of thi > delegation to tothe
the Republican roiiuts count > commltteeplncid commltteeplncidupon committee plnceo plnceoupon
upon such ticket because they hud cMrneU cMrneUand I Iand
and were supposed to l lie > f > In loyal find honora honoranlo hoonralute
lute nbsoclntlon with tlio tiimuhistrict tlUrrlct orirailzntlon orirailzntlonhuve reaIiZfltl tfl tflbusc
huve attempted bv methods which this mm mmmlttee u umittee
mlttee Htroiigly disapproves mind ijoiidinin ijoiidinintn omidtnine omidtnineto
tn jw secretly > cretly romblnn mind nd plan tr tim > ill mietest Ht IJIP IJIPwill tjuwill
will of the enrolled voters ts xprensed nt the tnopolls
polls and to disturb the harmony of an or orynnlxatlon orgautizatton
ynnlxatlon which has lui made tills the tim banner bannerRepuhlicnn
Republican district of New jerk county countyand countyand
and one Hint stands an the exponent of hon honest lioncat ¬
est men end methods In tmlillos tmlillosThe t
The district committee vetted it its ex executive executive ¬
ecutive committee with full power and andauthority andauthority
authority to act for it in in order to secure nccurnfor securefor
for this Assembly district adequate and andhonest r
honest representation and oppression of ofits i
its views in time party organization of the thecounty thecounty
The action of the district committee committeelast committeelast
last night ifi taken to show that the con control controh ¬
trol of the Republican organization In the thedistrict timedistrict
district remains where It has been for the thalast I Ilast
last few years under tIm leadership of ofEdward ofEdward
Edward Laiitorbach and Senator KUbors KUborsnnd Eisborgamid
amid Alexander T Mason and that the dis district distrlct ¬
trict committee will fight the SehwarzleritM SehwarzleritMand
and the Wareites at the approaching meet meeting ¬ jill
lug of the county committee on Jan 17 17Want j
i 4jjf
Want the nrmorratln Conentlon Here HereThe t tThe
The Shippers and Travellers Exchange Exchangnhas t thas
has appointed a committee to urge Mayor MayorMcClellan I IMcClellan
McClellan to name a general commlttro commlttroto 4t 4tto
to endeavor to bring the Democratic DemocraticNational 1 il
National convention to this city cityPOSPlM v vPOSflM
KNOWS NOW NOWoctar i 1 1Doctor
Doctor octar W Was s Foaled by Ills Own Cue far farTime a aTime
Time TimeIts TimeIts
Its easy to understand how ordinary ordinaryoplo ordinarypeople
people oplo get fooled by coffee when doctors doctorshemeulves doctorsthemselves
themselves sometimes forget the facts factsA
A physician speaks of his own expert experinco expertonce
once onceI nco ncoI
I had used coffee for years and really reallylid reallydid
did lid not exactly believe it was Injuring me meUhough insalthough
although I had palpitation of the heart heartvery heartevery
very day dayFinally dayFinally
Finally one day a severe and almost almostatal almostfatal
fatal attack of heart trouble frightei frighteted frightetedtue d dae
tue ae and I gave up both tea and coffee coffeewing coffeeusing
wing Postum Instead anti since that time timehave timeI
I have had absolutely no heart palpitation palpitationixcept palpitationexcept
except on ono or two occasions when I Irled Itried
tried a small quantity of coffee which whichnused whichcaused
caused severe irritation and proved to mo momust meI
I must let it alone nlonWhen aloneWhen
When we began using Postum It seemed seemedreak seemedweakthat
weakthat reak that wan because wo did not make maket
it t according to directions directionshut but now we weut weput
put > ut a little bit of butter in tim pot when whenwiling whenboiling
wiling and allow the PoHtuin to boll full
15 5 minutes which gives it time proper rich richlavor richflavor
flavor and the deep brown color colorI
I have advised a great many of my myriends myfriends
friends and patients to leave off coffee coffeoind coffeeand
and drink Postum in fact I daily give thin thinLdvice I Iadvice
advice Name given by Po Poustum tum Co CoJattle CoBattle
Battle Creek Mich MichMany MlclmMany
Many thousands of physicians ue Pofttutn Pofttutnn
in n place of tea and coffee in their own owntomes ownhomes
homes tomes and prescribe it to patients patientsTheres patientsTheres
Theres a reason reasonA
A remarkable little book The Road to toYell toWellville
Wellville Yell villa can be found in each pukf pukfJtilm paoka4d
4d Jtilm f

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