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iR t tHE SUNu SUNuAT SUN SATURDAY AT 1Ay FEnt FEBk1ARY jtJ8 8 la04
FUNERAL OF W C WHITNEYxoTen WHITNEY WHITNEY1OTED 1 1OTED
OTED 3i MEN EX N ix 1 rut CROW 111m if Tin TinFILLElt TIItT TIItTFILl TIltTFILLLI
FILLElt FILl GRACE CIILttCII CIILttCIIlirlef CIltlWIIUrltr CIltRtJIlfiner
finer but iniprrntve Service Over th thBody the theBodio theDod
Body Bodio Dod No Flowers orrl From the Metro Metreuolltan Metropottn IelrollOlIIan
uolltan KntplQcea 1111110 rei at t the Request o othe of ofthe oflheFainhIThoe
the FamllThose Family Those Who ho Were Present PresentThe PresentThe rewrnlTbe
The funeral of William Collins Whitne Whitnelook Wiltifleytook Iltney Iltneylook
look place from 0 Grace Grace race Protestant Episcopal EpiscopaChurch Epicopa1Church
1 Church Tenth street I < tl1 > t and Broadway yes yesterday yesf Yeserday
f terday morning The Right Rev He WillianCroswell WilliamCrOswell William VitLiamCrosweil
Croswell Uoanc Bishop of Albany assisted asstetetby assistedby assistedby
by the the Rev Dr J > r William It Huntington Huntlngtonrwtor Huntingtoni lluntingtonrector
i 1 rector r tor of tho church officiated At tin tinrrqticat the therfCtIt thet
t request of the family tho services servl I were n nMmple Olt Oltpimple asiIflJIO
> pimple n IlII an Episcopal funeral servici serviciwell senicewell service serviceI
I well could be beTho befhe beThe
The Minting loa ling capacity of the church I 19 isioo
1 1200 When every pew had been filled flllecnnd filledI
I 1 j nnd nnrl500 SOO persons had appropriated the stand standIng standt I Ii
i t 1 Ing In room behind the rear ar pews the door doorvf dool8wpre doorsver
liko 2000 200men 2000I
wpre ver vf > r closed upon something
I M men and women waiting in Jho tho street streetNCver streetXIer streetNtver
NCver perhaps has the funeral of a prlvatcltimm private prlateotlrn privatettizen
cltimm In Now York been attended by i icongregation 1 1onglfgullon a
1 congregation so thoroughly representative representativeof
It of the city < ity and the nation nationThem nationThlro nationThro
Them w wert n the great men of nearly over overprofession every epryprofBslonThere everyprofession
profession profBslonThere There were priests and legls leglslators leplslatorl legislators
lators There were representatives of th tharmy the theArmr thernlV
army rnlV and the t ho navy nl There were wero Htatesmeiand statesmen statesmenand ltatsmenRnd
and politicians There were the Mayor Mayoof MayorCf
of the city nnd othor representatives of th thmunicipal the thoc themuniripal
11 c municipal munirlpalltovernment government There Theroweresports Theroweresportsmen were sports sportsmen sportsmen
men of tho turf and sportsmen of the sea senThere lIaThercwcre seaTherewcreroproselitativesofthlefaslilonabo
There Thercwcre Therewcreroproselitativesofthlefaslilonabo TherewcreroproselitativesofthlefaslilonaboFccity were represent prel lltaliretlorthef at ivcs of the fashionabpcciety fashionab 8hionahlefcd
pcciety fcd ty of New York Washington and Lon London IonI Londonandtherowerehiundreds
I don donandtherowerehiundreds and them therowerehundrcdll were hundreds or the humbleof humbler humblerof
of the citys citizens cit Izens unknown unknownonany on any par pnrtlculnr partlCl1ll1r perl
l tlculnr road to fame who had been helped helpeiIn helpooIn
4 In days past by tho Influence or th thbounty the theIounlj theiouflt7
bounty of him him who had pone poneEvery one oneEer
1 Every Eer pew in the church was W as 8 filled fluie ex except exl cxcPpt
cept l < pt one on That was in the north tran tranccept tranI tranrert
I ccept and nel stood on tho rolls of the churclin church churchin
in Mr Whitneys name It was wa vacan vacanyesterday vacant yaenntt vacantyesterday
t yesterday but bu ilanglng hanging from Us gate was wnin wasj wasa
a great wreath of white lilies placed then thenby thlrohy thereby
j by the Whitney children Upon the can canattached card cardI cardattached
attached to the wreath were the two words wordiFor wordsFor wordsFor
I For Father FatherThe FathcrThe FatherThe
The white marble chancel of tho church churchwa churchwas
i wa was like a tropical garden In the place placfbeneath placeI placebeneath
I beneath the arches palms spread their theiibranches theirI theirbranches
I branches and nd every other available spat spatin snare snarein iPacein
I in the chancel was banked high with flowers flowersThere fiowerlI flowersThere
I There were ero tributes of flowers from fromnearly rromI fromnearly
I I nearly every organization with which Mr MrWhitney MrWhitney MrWhitney
Whitney was WII connected except the Metro Metropolitan Metropolitan Metropolitan ¬
politan Street Railway It wan at the tinspecial thei theipeciaI
i special request of the family that tho of offleers orlicc offirers
fleers licc and employees of the company sen senno sent sentno sentno
no flowers to the funeral Harry Payne FayniWhitney PayneWhitney PayneWhitney
Whitney now the head of the family when wheiho whenho whenho
ho heard on onWcdncsday Wednesday that the annua annuaball annual annualball annualball
ball of tho companys employees whiclwas which whichwas whichwas
was neld on Thursay night wasto be post postponed posti postpencil
i pencil until after tho funeral asked that thaino thatno thatno
no postponement be made madeFather madef madeFather
f Father would prefer it so he said ant anto and andFO andO
FO o the ball was held Then when hen it was waisuggested waKIIuggeltld wassuggested
suggested that the Broadway cars b bstopped be betopped bestopped <
stopped while the funeral services weirin weir welrJI worein
I in progress the th family vetoed tho plan planThe planhe planlbs
The he houreet for fortheservlco the service was waIl100clocc waIl100cloccTwoi lOoclock lOoclockTwo lOoclcclcTwol
Two hours before that Inspector Cort Cortright Cortright Cortiight
right and bin hl uldep Inspectors Elbert O OSmith Oi 0Smith
i Smith McCluaky and Titun arrived at the thechurch theebtireb I Ichurch
church with 200 policemen Tho police policeBrTHngeinonto policeRrrllngelnenlo policearrangeinonto
BrTHngeinonto were BO perfect that despite despitetho despiteI despitethe
the I ho crowd that had begun to gather order orderwas orderwos orderwas
was maintained and everybody for whom whoma whompeat
i a feat was reterved Frved got Into the edifice edificewithout rdlficewttbout diflce diflcewithout
L without difficulty dilIlcu1t President Vreeland of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New FW York City Street Railway Thomas ThomasJ
J Regan Mr Whitneys private secretary secretaryHenry recre secretaryHenry o1ry o1ryHenry
Henry V f Mncdonn and Daniel H Shea Sheaprivate ShellI Sheaprivate
I private secretary to Thomas F Ryan Ryanassisted 1tyanasisted Ityanassisted
assisted the regular ushers In Beating the thepeople theI thepeore
I people peopleThe peoplpTha peoreThe
The first seven sen pews on the left of the thocentre thecent ther
r centre cent al aisle lo were reserved for the family familyBehind famlhBehind familyBehind
Behind the family In the four pews on the ttieright nioright theright
right side of tho north aisle sat sa the family familyservants familypervanla familyservants
servants The first three pews on tho thoright thoR theright
right of the centre aisle were reserved for forthe forI
R I i the honorary pallbearers The next nextthreeeeata nextt
t t threeeeata threeseatawero were set aside for the represent reprceentntives repretentatlvls representntives
ntives of the army and navy The next nexttwentythree nexttwentythree nexttwentythree
twentythree pews were recerved for forrepresentatives tho thorepresentatives th threpreeentntiveA
representatives of the various banks trust trustcompanies trt1ltcompanlps trustcompanies
companies clubs societies Iocie tlea associations associationsand IUIl0clatlontandlndu associationsand <
and andlndu Industrial < trial corporations > nR with which whichMr whichJr whichMr
Mr Jr Whitney wan wa connected The rent rentof reAtor restof
of the churoh was thrown open to the public publicTho pllbliclho publicThe
The army was represented by MajorGen MajorGenCorbin MajorGunCorbin lajorGenCorbin
Corbin commander of the Department of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the East and his staff staffali all In full uniform uniformRear uniformRear uniformI
I Rear Admiral Frederick Rodgers command commandant ¬
ant of the Brooklyn navy yard and his bLIstaff bLIstaffI staff staffalso staffalso
I also in uniform represented the navy navySeated navySated
t Seated ted In the pews assigned to them were weredelegations weredelegatiom
1 delegations from the financial and and business businesscorpoiutions businesscorporations < l lcorpor
corporations corpor utlo 1s in which Mr Whitney had hadbeen hadr
r I been interested and from these other or organizations organlzatlone organizatlona ¬
ganizations ganizationsChum ganlzatloneI ganizatlonahiirnher
I Chum hiirnher her of Commerce Metropolitan Opera Operaniul Operannd Operasuit
suit Henl Estate tnte Company National Horse IlorsoShow lIorseI HorseShow
Show Association A National Steeplechase Steeplechasennd
t nnd Hunt Association ocl1tion the Jockey Club ClubConey CluhCone ClubCorley
I Coney Cone Inland l llnd Jockey Club lub Saratoga Snrnto a Asso Association A680I jt8soelation ¬
I elation Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty Crueltyto
i to II Children Chlldr n American Miimuni of Natural NntunilHistory NnlurulIIslor NaturalI
I History IIslor Manhattan Club Democratic Chili ChiliNmvYork Cluht ClotNsy
t NmvYork Nsy fW York Yacht Club lab Coaching Club III liii I Men Iondow Mindowl3roolc IondowDrooll low lowBroolc
Broolc Club ClubOthers CillhOthers ClubOthers
Others in tho church wore woreKxVlcePregldent werpxVkePresldent wereL
L KxVlcePregldent Levi P Morton Sir SirPercy HIIPere SirPercy
Percy Pere Sanderson BritIsh Consul General at atXew atNew
1 r New PV York Sir Clinton Dawkins a member memberof
Ii of the firm or orJ J P Morgan 1II0r all i t Co Mr and Mrs MrsWhlflaw Mr Mrt MrsVhItIaw
t Whlflaw Reid nod Miss Held D O Mills Millslok Millsamid
t amid D olldlll MIlls Morris K fesup esup Freder Frederf Frederbk
f lok W V De Peyster Alfred II 1 Vanderbilt and andReginald andf amidEsginald
f Reginald W Vanderbilt Lewis Htuyvcsant HtuyvcsantChanlcr StuyvesantChanler tIve8I1nt tIve8I1ntI
1 Chanlcr J f U Schlfl Alexander E Orr Mr Mrnnrt Mrnail Ir Iri
I i nail Mrs Perry Belmont George F linker linkerRelmont flaktrValentine JllkerralenUM
Valentine P Snyder tJeorge I ItIves Richard RlchllrdOlney RichardOhrmey
Olney Mr and and Mrs James A Burden August AUllutllrnont AugustRehaont
Relmont John B McDonald Mr Ir and Mrs MrsI
i I T Burden Miss Evelyn elvn Burden Judge JudgeAlton JudleI JudgeAlton
Alton lIon B Parker Mrs Vanderbilt Miss Ml t lladvs lladvsunderbill h1advVanderbilt
I Vanderbilt John K I parson A George W Wden WParklnss WPerktn5
Parklnss Perktn5 Charles Steele fohll E 1 Sturin Cor Cornellu Corimehius
nellu zelloeR and IlM Fellowes J It ItIlaggin I IY
j > Ballgin ten Charlt8 F Roe U Jen n Seheer SeheerI Irreor IrreorI
I Y den McCoskry Butt Mr and Mrs Mr W V K KVnixierblTt KVnncterbllt KVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Frederick Oobbard obbard Mrs < Frederic FredericJeil FrederloNellson rPderloSeillOn
SeillOn Jeil on Senator t < Patrick H McCarren Daniel Daniellarnont DanielJRrnont DanielF
F lament J 1 H Alexsndre Peter Dunn John Johnwhen JohnJ
J Madten IIo lJen who was as Mr Ir Whitney Mentor Mlntorwhen Mentort
t when the financier tin ancler first breams Interested Interestedattend IntereHtedIn
In th ths turf and who calUp from Kentucky to tonttend toattend
attend the th funeral Perry PerryTlifanyand Tiffany and Thomas ThomasHitchcock ThomasHitchcock ThomasHitchcock
Hitchcock Jr JrA JrA lrA
A few minutes before 10 oclock the thefamily thefamUy thefamily
family servants entered tho church through throughthe
L the vestry and took their seats After Afterthem Arterthem Afterthem
them came the honorary pallbearers pallbearerswho
who ho passed up the north aisle to meet time thocasket UI UICMket timecasket
casket at tho main entrance To the musio musioof musloof muoof
of Chopins Funeral March the procession processionmoved processionmoved processIonmoved
moved to the chancol In the following order orderBishop orderBl8hop orderBishop
Bishop Doane and Dr Hun Huntington ting ton read readIns readInJJ reading
Ins the first part of the funeral service servicewhich 8Crvlcewhich serve servewhich
which begins I am the resurrection ana anatho and andthe andthe
the life The pallbearers Grover Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cloveland ¬
land Thomas F Ryan Ellhu Root H HMcKay Hi itMcKay
i McKay Twoaibly TwornblYI Joseph H Kernochan Kernochanwho Kemoch Kernoohanwho n
who took the place p ace of Thomas Dolan DolanP
P A B Widener Col William Jay George GeorgeQ IeorgmI
Q I Haven and H H Vreoland who took tookthe tooktM tookthe
i the place of J Pierpont Morgan MorganTho MorlanThe MorganThe
The casket borne by b six porters and andcovered andcovered andrevered
covered with a blanket of violets and lilies liliesof liliesi liliesof
of the valley followed and then came the themourners themourner
i mourners Mr and Mrs Harry Payne PayneWhitney PayneWhitney PayneWhitney
i Whitney Payne Whitney and Miss Dorothy DorothyWhitney
Whitney Mr and Mrs H M Whitney WhitneyArthur WhitneyArthur WhitneyArthur
Arthur B Randolph and Miss Adelaide D DRandolph DR1ndolph DRmndoIphi
Randolph Mr and Mrs Henry F Dlmock DlmockMix Dimockfitll DlmcekMiss
Mix Miss Mary Whitney and Miss Ruth Whitney
Mr and Mrs Charles T Barney and the theMisses th thMIS8C8 thMisses
Misses Barney Ashbel Barney J J 8 Whit Whitney Whitney Whitney ¬
ney Mr and Mrs Hutchinson Miss Blng Blnghnm Bin Binham
ham Frederick May Mrs Mr William Wright WrightMrs Wrlglitl WrlghMrs
Mrs J J Beavor Webb Mrs George Bend Bendand DenaRnd Rendand
and Miss Beatrice Bend BendThe Bendi BendThe
i The casket was w s placed at the chancel chancelmil chancolL chancelrail
L i mil and Bishop Bl hop Doano continued the ser service serice ¬
1 vice Ieo Dr Huntington read the commit committal committel ¬
11 tel and nd the recessional began to themuslo themusloof the rnuai rnuaiof
of Lead Kindly Light sung by the vested vestedchoir VeItedchoir vestedchoir
I choir with harp and organ nccompanl nccompanlment accompanlment accompanimeat
ment mentThe mentThe
meatThe The interment In the Whitney Whltn8 Whitneyplotfa WhitneyplotfaWoodlawn plot1 plot1Woodlawn plot fa faWoodlawn
Woodlawn followed followedJ
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FLAG ADVERTISEMEXT LAW LAwBAD LAwBADAPptuaie LAW1IADAppellate BA BAAppellate
Appellate Division DI 1ona Ruling BuUnElnthenle in lathe the Cue or orSeller a aellrr aSeller
Seller of Clean CleanTho ClprlThe ClrThe
The Appellate Division delded yester yesterday YMterday yceterday ¬
day that Section 610 of the Penal Code a aamended as asamended asamended
amended by the laws of ofl001ls 1903 Is uncon unconstitutlonal unconstitutional unconstltutlonal
stitutlonal in so far as It prohibits tho tli us usor use useor useor
or representation ot o tho United States flai flaifor flag fillgfor flagfor
for the purpose of trade advertisement advertisementThe
The court holds that the section violate violatenot vlolateRnot
not only the State but also the Federal FederaConstitution FederalCon8t1tution FederalConstitution
Constitution and is an unwarranted inter interferenco Interlerence laterferenco
ferenco with personal liberty and an at attempt attempt attempt
tempt at class legislation There can b bnothing be benothing benothing
nothing says the court court1 in the use or rep representation repr representation
resentation r entaUon of the timeStara Stars and an Stripes to be belittle belittle belittle
little or degrade the United States ensign ensignOn cIIlgnOn ensignOn
On tho contrary its depiction and th thcolors the thecolorA thecolors
colors that usually accompany such decora decorai decoration decoratlon
i tlon must inspire a feeling of patriotism patriotismJohn patriotismJohn patriotismJohn
John H McPike the ho manager of tho clgadepartment cigar cigardepartment cigardepartment
department of a general store was arrested nrrestecsome arre arrestedsome ted I Isomo
some months ago for offering for sale sev several several several ¬
eral brands of cigars upon the boxes o owhich or orwhIch ofwhich
which the Stars and Stripe were displayed displayedThe
The Appellate Division upholds his re release release tolease
lease on a writ of habeas corpus saying sayhifthat I sayingthat < aylngthat
that it is nowhere apparent that the de defendants derendantll dofrddants ¬
fendants cigar box labels labelltenried tended to degrudi degrudior
or belittle tho flag The trademark and amilabel andlabel andlabel
label adopted by time cigarmakers had hadl hadbeen hadbeen
l been > een used long before the passage of tin tinamendment thoamendment theamendment
amendment to the Code and had always alwayibeen alwaysbeen alwaysbeen
been considered legitimate The right rigiuto rlRhtto
to a trademark says the court is a well welldefined wclldefined welldefined
defined property right rightWhile rightWhile rightWhile
While it w plain that the provision o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Code regarding the defilement muti mutilation mutilation ¬
lation or degradation dt radatlon of the flag comes comeiof comlIwell comeswell
well within Ithln t time e authority and police power powerof powerof
of the legislature the same cannot b bsaid ho hoDid hosaid
said of the provisions regarding adver advertisements odvertiHements advertisements ¬
tisements If the flag is publicly degraded degradedsays degradldsays degradedsays
says the court there is illlable liable to fie > o popular populaanger popularanRer popularanger
anger and possibly riot Therefore tin tinlegislature I timeLegislature he heIeRislat
legislature IeRislat ure in its police power has the theright theright therhht
right to make such defilement a crime crimeBut crime1Iut
But 1 hit continues tho court the adver advertisement advertisemfnt advertisememit ¬
tisement provisions provlt < lonll are unwarranted and andunconstitutional anduneonstitutional andtmnconstjtutional
unconstitutional In the first place they theytho therv thervaro 11mevare
are an unjustifiable Int interjerence erlfrence with withlimo It I Ithe
the liberty of citizens andSecondly andsecondly they theyexercise theyexerdse theyexercise
exercise an unjust discrimination and andinterfere andinterftre andinterfere
interfere with commerce commerceTho commercnThf comnmercoThe
The law also says the court clear clearmakes clearly clearlymakes clearlymakes
makes a class discrimination which is un unconstitutional Onconstitutional ¬ I Iconstitutional
constitutional since book publishers publishersjewellers publishorsjewellers publishersjewellers
jewellers stationers and newspaper pro proprietors proprietors proprietors ¬
prietors are expressly exempted from Its itcpenal Itspenal itspenal
penal provisions provisionsAinSIIIPS provislonllAlnSlllPS provisionsAIRSHiPS
AinSIIIPS FOIl OIl ST T LOUIS FAIR FAIRProf FAIBProf F4UfProf
Prof Myers Itrs Constructing Them to Enter KnlekIn EnterIn I IIn
In the Contest for the MIOOOOO Prize PrizeUTICA PrI7tUTICA PrIzeUTIcA
UTICA Feb 5 5Wlnter Winter balloon work workIii
1 Iii rtiwhing at the airship manufactory o oProf or orProf ofProf
Prof Carl Myers in Frankfort despite deepititho d08pUethe despitethe
the cold col < I weather During the past wee weea week weeka
a new captive passenger balloon outfit wa washipped was wasshipped wassimipped
shipped to Buenos Ayres Ayr for use at tin tinzoological the thezoological thezoological
zoological gardens there Work on two twiairships twoaimhlps twoairships
airships details of the construotlon o owhich or orwhich ofwhich
which have been jealously guarded 1 1about is isabout isabout
about completed and the ships hip will be sen sento sent sentto sentto
to St Louis shortly and entered in tin tinairship tile tileaitehip timeaimehip
airship contest for the 1100000 100000 prize which whiclevent whichevent whichevent
event Is to be made a feature of the ex exposition exp cxposition
position positionProf p ltlon ltlonProf
Prof Myers Is at present in St Louis Louiiconsulting Louisconsulting Louisconsulting
consulting with members of the aeronautl aeronautcal aeronautlcui
cal committee arid preparing to agHumi agHumicharge W8wnecharge asumecharge
charge of tho aeronautical department dopartmenas
as superintendent of the grounds build buildings buildIngs buildings
ings and concourse during the projected projectedairship projectednlrsbl projectedairship
airship nlrsbl contests At the present time his hiuballoon hitl1l1l1oon hisballoon
balloon glen at Frankfort is occupied by bya bya
a company of Montana cowboys who ex expect expect exlect ¬
pect to perfect some aeronautical scheme schemein
in connection with a hew high power ex explosion explollion cxploslon ¬
plosion motor using mirite a new ex explosive expIOtIe cxplosmivo ¬
plosive in the experiments experimentsTOM experimentsTOM
TO TOM DuNN EMERGENCY UOlOl CHIEF CHIEFThe OIf1EFTlte ChIEFThe
The ExSheriff Is Official Offlelaiwreoker Wrecker for the theBureau theDureau theflureau
Bureau of Uullrtlnas UullrtlnasSupt Uu1lt1In Uu1lt1InSupt
Supt Hopper of the Bureau of Buildings Buildingshas
has named exSheriff Tom Dunn emergency emergencycontractor emergenoycootrnctor emergencycoutracwrfortho
contractor coutracwrfortho for the borough of Manhattan ManhattanTho ManhattanTho ManhattanThe
Tho appointment makes Dunn the chief chiefof chiefof
of the enifirgonoy elllfJr nUf corps a body of pro professional professlonal ¬
fessional building wreckers paid by tho thocontractor thecontractor
contractor who are called oan in on hurry orders orderswhenever orderswhenever I Iwhenever
whenever unsafe buildings are Ilt tobe t9 ty 1Je de demolished deI domoiished ¬
I molished or made temporarily safe by byshoring byshoring
shoring and bracing The place is not a asalaried asalaried asalaried
salaried one but he lt I Is paid ahl by th the job by bythe bythe bytime
the Comptroller out of a special fund upon uponcertified uponcertified
certified bills billsThe billsTime
The new chiefs first work was on the theWest theI timeWest
I West Side Lyceum owned by the Shubert ShubertBros ShllbertBros ShubertBros
Bros which was recently gutted by fire fireHo fire1I0 fireIto
Ho tackled the work yesterday immedi immediately Immediately immediately ¬
ately after his appointment appointmentSlIT appointmentiIT appointmentSVIT
SlIT AGAIXST LITTAVER Il IlStern UIStern J JStern
Stern Want ant8 to Make the Coniressmti ConiressmtiAccept COnlrtlllmanAcerpt CongressmanAccept
Accept a Notice of Trial TrialThe TrtalThe TrialThe
The suit of James Stern to recover 120000 120000from 2000 2000from 20000from
from Lucius N Llttaucr of Gloves am amGounta and andGaunts andCounts
Counts fame his brother Eugene Lit Littauer Jlttaller Littamier
taller Leonard Bronner their lawyer lawyernnd lawyerand lawyerand
and Andrew J NelUs came up before Su Supremo Suo Suoprellle Supremo
premo Court Justice Bischoff yesterday yesterdaon
on a motion to compel the defendants t taccept to toaccept toaccept <
accept a notice of trial in the action actionOne actionOne actionOne
One of the defendants is at present In IrEurope InEurope InEurope
Europe EuropeStcrn EuropeStem EuropeSt
St Stem alleges that the defendants obtained obtolnea <
a judgment against him by fraud and conspiracy con confiplJacy eonm4pmxacy ¬
spiracy and thereby injured his good namo namonnd namonnd namoand nameand
and reputation Ho says that Hepresenta HepresentaBpiracy Representative ¬
tive Lfttauer has refused to accept notice noticeof noticeof
of trial triaion on the thoground ground that thatall all liincodefend liincodefendants ¬
ants have not yet been served servedJustice servedJu servedJustIce
Justice Ju tlce Bischoff reserved decision decisionSEA91AX decisionSAUN decisionSEAIL4N
SEA91AX SWEPT FEPT FROM FlU A 4 LIXEH LIXEHTwo J1VIlTwo LI4VE1ITwo
Two Otlierg of the Iilurolirrs Crew Are AreHurt AreHurt re relIurt
Hurt by b the Same Wave WavePowerful VavePowerful an anPowerful
Powerful seas battered the Hamburg HamburgAmerican HamburgAmerican HamburgAmerican
American liner Bluecher in yesterday yesterdayfrom YCBterdayfrom yesterdayfrom
from Hamburg three days behind her herfair herfair herfair
fair weather schedule washing overboard overboardone
one of her able seamen and injuring sev several several soyeral ¬
eral others The worst of the buffeting buffetingcame
came on Sunday morning when the crest crestof crCtitof crestof
of a comber swept over the weather bow bowof bo bowcarrying
r rcarrying
carrying off Into the YeM yeast Fran Bilk BulUef Bilkof
of Stettin and slamming his shipmate shipmatewho shipmatewho shipmatewho
who was on duty forward with him against againsta
a rail breaking his leg An engineerwlio engineerwliowas
was knocked down by the shock caused causedby causedby causedby
by the impact of the wave was wa badly cut cuton cuton cuton
on the head headPOULTRY headPOlJIJTlll beadPOULTRY
POULTRY NOT MADE GOODS OOtIDIiiThe GOODRTime GOODSThe
The Hoard of General Appraisers Over Overk Onrroils Oserrules
k roils a Contention That It I IThe is isThe I IThe
The United States Board of General Ap Appraisers AppralHers Appraisers ¬
praisers announced a decision yesterday yesterdayto
to the effect that chickens and turkeys are arenot arenot arenot
not manufactured articled J J C Grisdalo Grisdalohad Grlsdalehad Grisdalohad
had made a protest against the assessment assessmentof
of duty on a lot of of chickens and turkeys turkeysat turkeysImportl turkeysimported
imported > d from Canada via Niagara Falls FllIsat Fallsat
at the rate rat of 5 cents a pound as dressed dressedpoultry dressedpoultry < 1 1poultry
poultry plucked but not drawn Grlsdale Grlsdalemaintained Grlsdalemalntalnt Grisdalomaintained
maintained > d that the chickens and turkeys turkeyswere turkeYRwere turkeysWere
were manufactured articles dutiable at 20 20per 20Jer 20per
per cent ad valorem Judge Byron S Swaite SWaite SWaite
waite wrote the decision declaring poultry
born not made madeVO madflNO madeNO
NO LAWS DELAY IN TIllS COURT COURTboatman COLUTTUlboatma COCRTTughoatnuan
TUlboatma boatman Tlmmliiu Nose ror Salvage Salvageami Salva alvae alvaeanti Ie Ieand
and Get Judgment Within a Month MonthOne IlootllOno MonthOne
One Tlmmins a tugboat skipper picked pickedp
up p a scow at sea on Jan 5 and afterward afterwardut nfterwardput fterwardput
put > ut in a claim for salvage to Judge Holt Holtn HoltIn bkIn
In n the United States Circuit Court Suit Suitvas Suitwas Suitwas
was b brougllt rough tp issue joined the case tried triedind triedand triedand
and final judgment rendered renderedleaterdayjust renderedleaterdayjusta yesterday ycsterdayjust ycsterdayjusta just justi
a i month after the cause or 0 action arose aroset arOBeIt aioseIt
It t is said to be the thequlckCllt quickest time ever made maden
In n trying a case in this district court courtCapt courtCApt courtCapt
Capt Gannon nightly Dtamlurd DtamlurdTho DismissedTimo
Tho Appellate Division affirmed yester yeeteay yesterday yesterday
day ay the action of oxPolice Commissioner Commissionerreeno CommilllionerGreeno CommissionerOtoeno
Greeno reeno In dismissing PoJIco Captain rames amea ameainnon
Gannon innon who was found in an alleged dls dlsrdsrly dlsord dieorderly
orderly ord 9rl1 house In West W 0IIt Fifteenth street streetrhen strtJetwhen streetwhen
when It wee raided by District Attorney Attorneyrerome
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in perfect condition or money refunded refundedNoiuilr refundedI refundedSauteal
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MAYOR 11 iIt rOIl LOWS COMMISSIOX SPLIT SPLIOX SPUTON SPLITON
ON THE T Ill PROPER PLACE PLACEOne PLtCEOne PLICLOne
One Faction Wants the New Building I IMulberry In InIolbfrr InMulberry
Mulberry Iolbfrr Ilenil the Other at Cham Chamhers Chambelll
hers Street and nroach DroatlwaUtlle DroatlwaUtlleFullll y Uttli UttliFuss
Fuss Over More City Hall Repairs RepairsTwo RepairsTwo RepaIrsTwo
Two reports on court house sites won wonpresented worepresented I
presented yesterday to tho Board of Esti Estimate Estimate Estimate
mate and Apportionment by the commte commtesion coniniission I Ision
sion appointed by the Low administration administratlotto adm n ltration ltrationto
to select a site HiteThe siteThe siteThe
The majority report signed by William WilliamLanham WIlliamLanham WilliamLanham
Lanham Bull Charles A Fairchild and andCharles andCharles andCharles
Charles A Peabody recommended a silo silobounded sitebounded ite itebounded
bounded by Centre Leonard and Mulberry Mulberrystreets MulberryIItreetB Mulberrystreeth
streets and on the south by Pearl street and andPark andIark andIark
Iark row The cost of the land is I esti estimated estimated estlnmt4li ¬
mated at about 4250000 It is proposed proposedto propo ed edto
to build the court house In the centre of this thise thlBevenacre thissevenacre
venacre e tract and surround It by grounds groundsmaking groundsmaking groundsmaking
making a park about the size ize of City Hall HallPark nailPark flailPark
Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The minority report urged the purchase purchaseof
of an irregular plot mado up of the western westernhalf westernbalf westernhalf
half of tho block bounded by Broadway BroadwayChambers BroadwayCharnUel8 BroadwayChambers
Chambers Elm and Read streets and tho thoeastern thoeastern theeastern
eastern half of the block bounded by Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way Reade Elm and Duane streets This Thisplan Thl8plnn Thisplan
plan would make it necessary either to close clotepart c1Otepart closepart
part of Reado street or to run an arcade arcadethrough arcadethrough arcadethrough
through the proposed building A public publichearing publlohearing publichearing
hearing on tho matter will be hold on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 4 4A 4A 4A
A resolution of the Board of Aldermen Aldermennetting Aldermenasldllg Aldermenasking
netting for 115000 to repair and redecorate redecoratetha
the City Hall brought forth considerable considerablediscussion considerablediRcusaion considerablediscussion
discussion of the work which was done donethere donethere donethere
there in Mayor Lows administration administrationPresident administrationPresident administrationPresident
President Abeam explained that the drain drainage drainage drainago ¬
age pipes In the roof were In bad condition conditionand conditionand conditionand
and that the Aldermanio chamber and nndseveral andI andseveral
several I veral other rooms needed repairs repairsI
I want to know If this Is ever going to toend toend toend
end said Comptroller Grout This board boardhas board11M boardhas
has already appropriated 175000 75000 for this thiswork thiswork thiswork
work and it should now be pretty well welladvanced welladvanced welladv
advanced adv amiced Thin Chi proposed appropriation appropriationbrings appropriationbrings ion ionbrings
brings the matter up to 00000 Will the theBorough IheBorough theBorough
Borough President assure mo that no fur further further furthor ¬
ther amount will be nuked nukedHe alkedHe askedHe
He will do nothing of the sort replied repliedMr repliedMr repliedMr
Mr Ahearn The work has to be done and nndthe andtbe andtbe
tbe money is I needed neededThe neededCht umeedeclflme
The Cht work wan abominably done de declared declared IC ICelated ¬
clared tho Mayor At times the place Is Isnot III1I0t Isnot
not habitable Thn pipes pl in tho Mayors MayorHoffice Mayorsoffice Mayorsoffice
office burst every time the mercury falls I Iam Iam Iam
am not responsible for the poor manage munageraent managelOent managemont
mont of the last administration and I think thinkit
it might be well wellto to find out how the 176KI 176KIW8I 75000 75000was 75siwas
was expended by our distinguished diAtinguL tlld prede predecesHorn predeCCAorll predecessors
cesHorn cesHornW CCAorllWell cessorsWell
W Well ll said Mr Grout have an Inspector Inspectortell
tell us how much must be done and then we wecan wecan wecan
can finish it up upThe upThe upThe
The board heard nn application of the thePrison thePrison timePrison
Prison Ship Martyrs Association for an nnappropriation anappropriation anappropriation
appropriation of 50000 for the monument monumentfund monllmentrund monumentfund
fund The Legislature sanctioned the ap appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation but neglected n to say from what whatBourco whutourco whatsommrco
Bourco the city i Is to take themoneyThe themoney thelrnoneyThe
The Comptroller suggested that the thoassociation theasociatioll timenssociatioim
association ask tho Legislature to authorize authorizethe
the issue i su of corporate stock for tho pur purpose purpose ¬
JlUr JlUrpote
pose The Corporation Counsel will draft draftthe drafttime raft rafttho
the proposed bill billAt billAt billAt
At the request of the Rapid Transit Com Commissioners Commislionerll Conmissioners ¬
missioners an appropriation of 2750000 127WOOOWilli 2750000WOH 27O0OOwas
was made of which S 500000 was for real realestate realStote realestate
estate 760000 for terminals and the I he re remainder remainder remaindor ¬
mainder for extra work workFIRST workFIRST workFIRST
FIRST COLOHEIt VOTER DKAIt DKAItlie m411lie IflAIlie
lie Was Thomas Peterson Petrr on and Had ad a Gold ColdMedal Goldl1edal GoldMedal
Medal to Hack Up Ills Claim ClaimPERTH ClaimPERTII ClalimmPETIT
PERTH AMBOT Feb 5 5Thoma Thomas Peter Peterson Peterson Peterson ¬
son who enjoyed the distinction of being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the first colored man to cost a vote in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States died here last night Ills Illsfamily Hilfamily hisfamily
family says ho was 89 years old Peternon Peternonwas letert < on onwas
was born In Piscntawoy township where wherehis wherehis wherehis
his parents were slaves of t the he Mundy family familyand familyand familyand
and he originally took the name of Thomas ThomasMundy ThomaHMundy TimonmasMundy
Mundy Ho voted here on March 311870 311870at 31 1870 1870at
at 010 In the morning morningIn
In 1884 when the question of who was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the first colored voter to cast a ballot under underthe underthe tindertime
the Fifteenth Amendment came up a com committee COllmittee coinmittee ¬
mittee of local citizens investigated the thoclaim theclaim timeclaimnof
claim claimnof of Peterson and verified it There Thereupon Thereupon Chereupon ¬
upon Judge William Patterson an chair chairman fJhlllrman ciuumirman ¬
man of the committee presented pre entcII to him himPresented hima
a gold medal InscrihlO immecrihed Unll UnllPre tinimuPteiented
Presented Pre enltd by the CItUcni of ltrth lerlhlnboy lerlhlnboyIII ° Amtojr Amtojrtii
tii tiiTHOMAS mu muTIIOMtS 1 1TIfOMMI
THOMAS PKTKRSOV PKTKRSOVThe IITlm O OTbe
The First Colored Voter In the United States StatesMfirch IHaleI StateMarch
March I rcb 31 1370 1370Unl monI1 1810lied
lied Kelly ell CaiiKht Attain AttainMichael AplnMichael AgainMloimaei
Michael Kelly alias Rod Kelly who is isveil Iswell iswell
well known at Police Headquarters wa watinning was waamnnlng wasrunning
tinning up the elevated railroad stairs at atho atthe attime
the ho Grand Central Station yesterday when whenJotectlvo whenDetective wimenDetective
Detective Kelly nabbed him Valentine ValentinoColb ValentineKolb ValentineKoIb
Colb n 1 barber of 713 East 202d street soon soonippenred soonapptRrtd soonappeand
ippenred and accused Kelly of having havingobbcd havingrobbed havingrobbed
robbed him of S311n 38 in a Madon Jtadlilonaenue avenua car carThe carThe oarTime
The money wan not recovered Magistrate MagistrateVhitmnn MagistrateWbltman MagistrateShitman
Vhitmnn in the Yorkvllle police court held heldCelly heldKelly holdKelly
Kelly for examination examinationUkra examinationakH examination1akes
Ukra Peace With 1111 Employer I drernwald drernwaldm drernwaldFrank GrernwaldFrank GreenwalulFrank
Frank S t Robinson who had a friend friendend friondsend friendsend
send m end a decoy letter to him addressed addlOfltJ > d In Inare Incare Incare
care are of his former employer E W Green Greenraid Greenwald Greenweld
raid of 757 Third avenue to prove that thatIreonwald thatGreenwald thatGreenwaid
Ireonwald opened his mall mail and then tried triedto triedto I
to 0 have Qrcenwald arrested has made It Itip Itup itup
up ip with him He says that the IS Green Greenraid Greenwlild Greenw I
raid w ld got WAIl not In the letter but WM w wa wua
a 1 part payment to Grcenwald on a contract I
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Morning Specials for Saturday SaturdayOn S turday turdayI
On Sale from 9 to 12 oClock Only Onlyt OnlyNo
I t No Mail Orders OrdersNon None sent C O D DUnusual DI ft ftUnusual
Unusual Special in Womens Suits
I 1675 values vaues for 850 850One 850One 8SOOne
One hundred Womens Suits made in long lon blouse shapes of ofBlack ofI oflr ofBlack
I Black Panne Cheviot and fine i all I wool Tweeds trimmed with withNovelty i < JJQ 850 850Reular I INovelty
Novelty lr black silk braids i 5 lined to waist with satin 9 to t 12 f s4 s4oclock pO pOoclock <
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Regular price 1673
1673Third Third Floor Special Table TableWomens TableWomens TableWomens
Womens Muslin Underwear UnderwearGOWNS UnderwearfOWNSof UnderwearGOWNSof
GOWNS fOWNSof of cambric lace and embroidery trimmed trimmedDRAWERSopen trimmedDIAWtRSopen trimnmeDRAWER5opcn
DRAWERSopen and closed closedCHLMISES 29c 29
CHLMISES and CORSET COVERS COVIRSslihtly slifhtly soiled from fromhandlin fromhandling f fhandlinj
handling handlin 9 to 12 12ocioci oclock
Value 49c < and J9c 9c
J9cSecond Second floor Special Spec Table TableInfants TblcInfants TableInfants
Infants Department DepartmentBoys
Boys and Girls E Z Ferris H 8 W and Little Beauty J JWAISTS l g gWAISTS
WAISTS with the never come off oU buttons sizes 1 to 12 J Jyearsrejular J 9 7 7yearsregular C Cyeaurcsular
yearsrejular price price2jc 25c 9 to 12 oclock oclockChlldiens oclockChildrens 1 1Childrens
Childrens cosy warm CANTON FLANNEL KNICKtR
r9 1 to S yearsreguiar ar r price ic 19 19c 19cSecond S J 2 C CSecond
9 to 12 oclock clc
Second Floor FloorImported lloorImported hoerS
S Imported Taffeta Ribbons RibbonsFine
Fine imported Taffeta Ribbons 4 < 4 inches wide the new me J 2c 2 Jr Jrtillic
tillic finish finishall all the wanted shades 9 to 12 oclock per yard yardfint IFirst I
First Floor Hoor25c noor25c Floor25c
25c Turkish Towels 124c 124cAnother 12 12cAnother c cAnother
Another lot of oflhose those 25c white Turkish Towels extra heavy 1 J2fL J2fLwith Iwills Jlm Jlmwith
with initials 9 to 12 oclock each I > 7lC 7lCfhst 3C 3CFiist 3CFirst
First Floor rear
350 Hot Water Bags BagsOne
One and twoquart value 39c 9c c to 7ic each 9 to 121 121oclock 12 1 1oclock 35
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First Floor FloorEnglish noorLnglish floorLnglish
Lnglish Flannelettes FlannelettesWe
We offer another lot of those choice Wash Flannelettes They Theyare
are very desirable for Waists W iJt Wrappers Kimonos and Chil Chileffects Childrens Chhldrens
drens wearmany new designs In addition to the regular floral floraleffects 7 c ceffects
effects dots etc in light and dark roundselsewhere rounds elsewhere lie Heper licper t tper
per yard 9 to 12 oclock at J JFirst
I First Floor Special Table No No1 No1Sixth 1 1Sixth 1Sixth
Sixth Avenue 20th to 21st S SSPECIAL Street StreetPECIAL StreetS
PECIAL SALE of fashionable striped Trousers regularly priced
SPECIAL S 6 550 5 and 450 reduced to 350 350The 350The a50The
The remainder of the 30 28 25 and 20 Prince Albert AlbertCoats AlbertCoats AlbertCoats
Coats and Vests Tuxedos and Full Dress Coats and Vests Vestsreduced Vestsreduced Vestsreduced
reduced to 15 at N Y store Plenty of choice in the 25 22 20 20and 20and 20and
and 18 Overcoats reduced to 1250 1250really 1250rea11y 1250really
really remarkable value valueHigh valueHigh X N
High priced Suits reduced to 15 15SMITH 15SMITHGRAYCO uj 1 1SMITH >
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SET FIRE FOR REVENGE BEYEYGErn IEVEVGEEnenm f fIncniy
Incniy Enenm n < I May Ia have lne Tried Tlel to Burn Assistant AssistantDistrict Alalstant Alalstantmltrlot Assistant1iatriot
District Attorney Atorney Notts Nots House HouseTho loue loueThe houseTime
The Fire Jire Marshal and the police polce are ar In Investigating InveRUgatog Investigating ¬
vestigating veRUgatog a suspicious fire that occurred occurredlast oCnm occurredlast > d dlast
last Sunday night in the five fve story apart apartment apart apartfluent ¬
ment house at 60 East Est Fiftyfourth Flf yfourth street streetin treetIn
in which Assistant District Istrlct Attorney AttorneyNott Atorey AtoreyN AttorneyNott
Nott N oU lives livesWilliam IVe livesWihllaum
William Wilam Jones who wimolives lives lves on the top floor floornoticed foor foornoticed floornoticed
noticed smoke floating 10alng up the dumbwaiter dumbwaitershaft dumbwaltorIIhaft dumbwaitershaft
shaft and he and the janitors janlors son found foundthat Coundthat foundthat
that it came from the basement bament stairs stairsSome stairsSome stairsSome
Some rags and paper were burning there thereThey thereThey thereThey
They extinguished etinguiHhe the fire fre before the ar arrival arrival atrival ¬
rival of the firemen The odor of kerosene kerosenewaa keroseneWa
was Wa noticed notced on the partly party burned paper papernnd paperand
and rags and the Fire Marshal was notified notifiedWhen not notifiedWhen paler palerand ei
When the police polce made inquiries they
found that a Ire fre of unknown unkown origin oc occurred oceIrd ocuntrod ¬
curred eIrd in the house a year ago ao and pretty prettywell prty prtyweU prettywell
well wrecked the apartments of Mr r Nott Notton Notton Notton
on the tle ground floor Their theory is that thatthe thattho thatthin
the firebug Is some person who is seeking seekingrevenge seekingrevenge seekingrevenge
revenge against apainst the Assistant District DistrictAttorney Dstrict DstrictAttorer DistrictAttorney
Attorney for his hil prosecution prosecuton of some somecriminal lomo lomocrimina sonmocrimninal
criminal criminalMr Attorer criminaMr
Mr Nott Not says that he thinks that a ahoy boy
I Is l the Incendiary and that revenge Is I not a amotive amotve amotive
motive motve The first frlt fire he said occurred occurredbefore occurr occurredbefore d dbefore
before his appointment appintment to Mr Jeromes Jeromesstaff Jeromesstaff Jeromes6tat
staff 6tat 6tatIJIWl staffILtIthI4XI
DEVKIIAXn IJIWl UW RESCUES A t GIRL GIRLOne JIRLOne IIJ IIJOne
One of the Carlisles rlllel Crew rw lumps Over Overboard Ovr Ovrboard Overboard ¬
board After lrr a > Demented Illolarlan IllolarlanA Hungarian HungarianA
I A demented deilented Hungarian girl who wa wabeing was wasbeing wasbeing
being taken to t Ellis EII Islnd Island jumped jumpd from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the after afer deck of the ferryboat John G GVirli GrIRle CiCarlisle
Carlisle Virli rIRle e yesterday yeltrdlY ns D the boat WAS V entering enteringthe ntoringtho
the island slp slip llp The Th girl firl was wa accompanied accompaniedby aclpani d dhy
by two female friends who lx hfgal began > gan to scream screamJ creamJ
J B Torgeruen forge en a tall tul young Norwegian Norwegiandeckhand Norwegiandeckhand Norwegiandeckhand
deckhand saw the woman WODal struggling Htmgglng In Inthe Inthe inthe
the icefllld ifl d water and grabbing a heav heaving heving imeaving ¬
ing line Ino jumped jumpd after her herShe herShe herShe
She apparently apparenty had ha repented rpented of her de decision decl810n doelision ¬
elision to dia dl and grabbed the valorous valorousNorwegian valorousNorwegian valorousNorwegian
Norwegian around arOld the neck There was wasa
a 1 struggle which lasted lated for more mor than thanl B Bininuta amimmuto
ininuta milut9 before Torgerson Torgprlon could culd unloosi unloosiher un1001 un1001her unioosher
her grip Then he grabbed rabbd her and held heldfust heldflt lucidfast
fast flt while whie hN hl shipmofs A dragged drajltd him him amid nndthe anl anlthe amidthe
the girl aboard together She O3llipti CJllptad CJllptadrlOI oIlapsd oIlapsdfjommm ° d dfrom
from rlOI shook and was WI taken to the Ellis EllbInland Elb ElbIsland
Inland Hospital The Thed deckhand cktmandaii all al ash Rhlvr Rhlvrwn8 ashiver ashiverwas iver iverwna
was t ent < to the engine n ln room to thaw out outand outand outand
and change his h clothing coting An hour later latr he hewas ht hewas
was on duty dutyTiling dutyTllnlr8 dutyTimings
Tiling Tllnlr8 You Oi Nee Hef Joint Around the World WorldAn WorldAn oriul oriulAn
An Illustrated lultrled booklet boklet Girdling Girdlng the thaGlobe theOobe theCliche
Globe Oobe has hat been bn published Pllblshed for gratuitous gratuitousdistribution gratultou8distributon gratuitousdistribution
distribution distributon by the HamburgAmerican HamburgAmericanLine HamburgAericn HamburgAericnLne
Line Lne showing showlnl the course cour followed folowed by the thosteamship theltenship theteamshlp
steamship ltenship Prinzessln Prlzesin Victoria Vicoria Lulse L l on her hertwo hertWQ hertwi
two forthcoming cruises crulSs around aroud the world worldTho worldTh worldTh8
Tho Th book contains contins nearly one hundred hundredhalftone h hundredimaiftone undr
halftone hitone illustrations iUtratons several feral maps and an anintelligent anIntel anIntelligent
intelligent Intel nt description of the places plaCs map visited visitedquarter vlllitd vlllitdCluarttr visitedQuarter
quarter Millennial of Dutch Uutel Church ChurchThe Clreh ClrehThe CimreiiTIme
The 250th 25th anniversary of the organization organizationof organizton organiztonof
of the Dutch Reformed Church of the town townof townor townof
of Flat Flatands Flatlands lands at Kauenhovcn place pi ne near nearFlatbush nearFlatbush nearFlatbush
Flatbush avenue Brooklyn IH to bo cele celebrated celebrate celeiratPd ¬
brated brate next week with special services servicesThe servicesThe erlces erlcesThe
The anniversary date being Feb 9 at 230 230oclock 23 230oclock
oclock oolok on that day formal quarter mil millennial mi mu mulennial ¬
lennial celebration exercises exerises will wi be held in inthe Inthe iiithe
the church churohThe churh churhThe churchTime
The Itinerary Itnerary of a Trip Trlptn to the East RaitAn Fa EastAn l lAn
An attractive atractve booklet boklet published by tho thoNorth thoNorth thoNorth
North German Grn Lloyd Lod Line Lne contains tho thofrom thepassengr
passengr n r lst list of the st steamship hlp Kai8rln Kalserin KalserinMaria
Maa Maria Trla Thereola nw now on an Orenta Oriental cruise cmlMfrom cruisefrom
from from Bremen Brmn with wth a brief Itinerary Itlner1 of the thotrips th thtrp thetr1p
cruise trips trp her passengers pupr will wi make on th thcruise te the thecruise
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FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN CHILDRENSpecial CmIDUN CmIDUNSpecial Ct1IiDR4Special
Special Shoes ShoesFor ShoesFor ShoesFor
For Deformed Feet FeetThe FeetThe FeetThe
The average shoe store storedoesnt storedoesnt storedoesnt
doesnt cater to deformities deformiies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the feet feetWeve feetWeve feetWeve
Weve just engaged an ex expert expert cxpert ¬
pert who has made a lifelong lifelongstudy le lifelongstudy long longstudy
study of pedal deformities deformitiestheir de dermItiestheir rmlties rmltiestheir
their causes ca catThes es their relief reliefHe relef reliefHe
He casts castsyour your foot in plaster plasterand plasternd plasterand
and nd plans the shoe upon the theidea theIdea theIdea
idea of actually actualy supplying na natures natures natures ¬
tures deficiency deficiencyHis def lency lencyHis
His shoe is a help helpnot not a adrag adrag adrag
drag It I fits it relieves relievesIf releves relevesI
If I youve any deformity deformiy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the foot and consult
come our ourexpert ourexpert ourexpert
expert in the custom depart department department department
ment ment
SOLD NOWHERE NOWIERE ELSE ELSEJAMES BLSEJAMES ULSIIJAMES
JAMES S SCOW COWARD ARD
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SEND FOR fO CATALOGUE CATALOGUEVerdict CATALOGUEtrdlet CATALOQIJUVerdIct
Verdict Against the tle Central Hudson HudsonLIONS lIulllonLYONS hudsonLYONS
LYONS N Y Feb 5 6John John E Pitt of olCorry ofCor ofCorey
Corey Cor Pa this Ihll morning recovered rcvr a verdict verdictagainst verdictagainst verdictagainst
against the Central Qntral Hudson ludson Railroad Riroad of ofS5O
135000 S5O in a suit to recover rcover 75000 for pa paralysis paralysl paralysis ¬
ralysis of both bth hot legeand the right arm and anda
a lesion of the spine spinePitts spinePits spinePitta
Pitts Pits was railway mail mal clerk cerk on the fast fastmall flUltmal fastmail
mall mal train on on May ay 2 1902 19 when a head on oncollision oncolsion oncollision
collision colsion with a through freight occurred occurredat occurd occurdat
at Clyde N Y The Te engineer and fire fireman fir fireman ¬
man of the fast mall mal were killed kied and nd others othersinjured othersInjured othersinjured
injured The company settled tUed nil al cases casesexcepting CCA CCAexcepting casesexcepting
excepting this out of court cour contending cntending
that the injuries were functional not notbut notorlCllnlc notorganic
organic Liabity Liability was not qUt questioned questionedbut
but the amount of damages damlgs was wasJUIIroKl WI WIRalrod wasRalirod toned tonedbut
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PORT JKBVIS N Y Feb 8 5A A peculiar peculiaraccident pcular pcularaccident peculiaraccident
accident happened happned to an Erie coal col train trainat trainat trainat
at Pond Eddy Edy Pa this morning moring by which whichfour whichlour whichfourcara
four fourcara cars crs were thrown down an embank embankment embnk embnkmont embankmont ¬
mont one falling directly direcly across acrOI a wagon wagonroad wagonrod wagonroad
road rod shutting huttlg off of highway highwy travel for a atime atme atime
time tme The wreck wrck was II caused cued by some gomeheavy 10me 10meheavy someheavy
heavy iron In transit on one of the cars carsbecoming era erabcoigdlo carsbecoming
becoming bcoigdlo dislodged and falling lalg to t one side sideao sideSo
ao 10 that when the t tt81t e train trin rounded rondd a curve curvethe cue curvethe
the weight of the Iron caused cu the thecsr car to tocareen tocrn tocareen
careen crn wllt and it I wm wa was followed folo down dow teor the te bankby bank bankby
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95 Naoaa NU Street SL
142 Eats 14th Street
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074 Third Avenue
3203 T Third Tb Arenue Aynue a cor c 120th l2 St Sa atThough
316 356 Sixth 8 Avenue AvenueThough AT nu nuThough
Though its not much more morethan morothan morethan
than midwinter the lots of high highgrade highrade highgrade
grade rade overcoats reserved from fromour fromour frontour
our New Years sale have been beenso beenso beenSo
so broken by the unusually unusualy ac active acthe active ¬
tive January trade that we de decided decided dc dccided ¬
cided to practically practcaly wipe out the thestock theHtock theittock
stock stockSo HtockSo ittockSu
So Su yesterday we put on sale salesome salosome salesonic
some 2000 overcoats which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been from 25 to S40 Osome some as ushigh ashigh aslugli
high as 45 45Thats Jr 45Thats
Thats a good many coats coatsand coatsand coatsand
and today to I finds fnds all al sizes left leftand leftand leftand
and as usual Uit11 somo of the best bestbargains bestbargains bestbargains
bargains bargainsf20
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HOO ROGERS S PEET 8 COMPANY COMPANY2W COMPArY
2W 21 Broadway opposite oppsllr City Hull Hulland 111 huhamid
and 7 ana ald B c Unrreu Wlrtu St l
813 8 Broadvry tor Utb Utband 1311 l3thmand
and ad 140 10 to 148 IMllh till Are e
1500 10 Broadway Dro cor 13 32d 32dand 32dand
and 54 West est 33d utl St t
To get in in Her good graces gracessee gracessee
see us usSilk usSik usSilk
Silk Sik Hats 500 and 600 600Frock 600Frock 6ooFrock
Frock Coats and Vests
2200 220 to 3500 3500Striped 350 3500Striped
Striped Strped Trousers 450 to
900 900Patent 90 900Patent
Patent Leather Shoes 350 350Overcoats 350Overcoats 350Overcoats
Overcoats and Sack Suits
500 50 to 1500 off offHackettCarhart of offHackettCarhart
HackettCarhart H Co CoThree CoThree CoThree
Three 841 8 1 Corner Thirteenth Street StreetBroadway StrettBrodway StreetBroadway
Broadway Brodway < 420 Corner Corer Canal Street StreetStores StreetStores StreetStores
Stores 2 265 26 S Near Chambers Street StreetMILLIOX StreetlILU StreetMILLION
MILLION lILU OFF f LOWS FERRY EII ILA ILANew lI4 lI4Wew Ij4V Ij4VYJew
New nock Commission 0ll118SI01 Puts 1lt8 the Axe to toProposed toroIIOed tolrooseuI
Proposed roIIOed oiitlayH oiltas on 01 Terminal TerminalDock Tnlinall TnlinallDk TerimhfllsDock
Dock Dk Commissioner CommlAloner Kcather Jcatherton Feathersom on sub submitted sumbmltted llb llbmltted ¬
mltted to the Sinking Sllklng Fund Commission Commissionyesterday CommlRslonyesterdy Commissionyesterday
yesterday yesterdy a a report reprt Indorsing tho Low Lowadministration Lowadmnistraton Lowadministration
administration admnistraton plan to have the city cty pur purchase purch purchase ¬
chase ch se and operate the Staten Island ferry ferrybut ferrybut ferrybut
but lopping It3000 1300000 off ot the expenditures expendituresfor expendiures expendiuresfor
for terminals it
proposed proposedMcDougall propofledMcDougal proposedMcDougall
McDougall McDougal HawkeH IawJe when commissioner commissionerproposed cOmll conmnmissionerproposed ioner ionerpropoRe
proposed propoRe to spend 1250000 12500 on tho St StGeorge RtGerge StGeorge
George Gerge terminal S76OOO 760000 on that at Staple Stapleton Stupleton Stapletomm
ton and ItoO 100000 on that at It Port Richmond RichmondMr Iclunond IclunondMr
Mr Featherson propones Prolloto spending apendlnj snOjI snOjIIn 000000 000000in
in rebuilding at St George Geur e and nOi 100000 100000each 100000eaoh
reIuldlnp
eaoh on altering alernp the terminals tJrmlnals at Htnploton Htnplotonand
and the Battery Bater terminal trminl in this thi city Ho Hoasked Hoake Hoasked
asked ake permission to go ahead ahed with plans plansfor planAfor plansfor
for building bwldng perm8lon five steel ltc fo propeller proJpler ferryboats ferryboatsat rorrybats rorrybatsat
at a cost of 370000 1100 each ech He le cut the qut qutlay Qutly quItlay
lay ly on terminals ternal he wild because he expects nxpectthe exp expectsthe tl tlthe
the coat of operating operatng the ferry flrry to ho 710000 710000a 70000 70000a 700000ayearand
a ayearand year yer and the receipts to be about 450000 450000A 4WO
A big delegation deleRaton from Staten Island Islandheaded IMlandheed Jiulanmiheaded
headed heed by Borough Buh President Cromwell Cromwellattended Cromwel Cromnwehlattended
attended attde the meeting moUnp prepared prepare to indortwi indortwitho Indnrte Indnrtet indmrse11w
tho t recommendations reomendatons but consideration considerationhearing lonsldcraton consideratIonof
of them thomnwpostponed Pstpnea unt until after a publc publcheng public publichearing
hearing heng to be b beheld held on Thursday TI1Iday
346 Eighth Elbt Avenue Avnu e
620 WiUia Wi AvenuoJBronjJt Avenue AvenueBRO
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421 Pulton Ft Street Stet co cL c CettL iorL4O4hA
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Percale Shirts ShirtsThese 5hirtsThese 3hirtsThese
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bosom Shirts of fino 1no import imported ¬
ed e percale from flOI oue of the themost themost themost
most famous foreign manu manufacturers manufactuers mannfacturers ¬
facturers factuers They aro in sty stylish at styhilt > l lish ¬
ish designs desigs and colorings coloringsin colorin 8 8I
I in il fact exactly such fabrics fabricsas
as are used in il 3 and antirnadetooider 350 350madetooider a50ma
madetooider ma ctoOUl shirts shir ts They Theywero Theywere rheyW01O
were W01O made up ll in il the best bestpossible bestpossible bestpossible
possible manner in il our own ownfactory owntnctolJ ownfactory
factory tnctolJ Each Hlirt shirt has one onepair onepai onepail
pair pai of detachable cuffs cuffsSizes cufs cufsSizes cuffsSizesi4to
Sizes Sizesi4to 14 J to 1 iOJ G OJ 150 each eachBroadway eachIradwA eachBroadway
Broadway IradwA and Ind Ninth 11111 Nium lb sired siredMens slrNtMens streetMens
Mens 150 150 to 250 250Silk 250i
i Silk Muf lIufflers Mufflers tiers 1 1A 1A I IA
A mans muffler 1uter has been beenfriend een eenI j jfriend
friend fiemI second sccoll only on1 to his1 his1overcoat his hisovercoat hisovercoat
I overcoat this thi Winter Win to I One Onemanufacturer Onemfnuffctarthou Onelnanufactulel
manufacturer mfnuffctarthou thought ht liesmv liesmva haSIW haSIWa ho saw sawa
a good goon thing nnd nnt he overdid overdidit
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men from a t half hal a dollar dolar to a adollar adolar adohlruaiicl
dollar dolar dohlruaiicl nnd 1nd a aliall half hal on oneach each one oneAll oneI oneAll
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in plain white whie plain black blackand blackHnd blackitiid
and dark colors with neat neatfigures iieatfigures
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figures and stripes Made to tosell tosel tosell
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sell sel forloO for 01 150 150 2 and 3250 250 250NOW 250Now
NOW at 1 each Ninth lnth St aisle aisleWhite aisleWhite aisleWhite
White Madras MadrasPajamas MadrasPaj MadrasPajamas
Pajamas Paj amas 1 1Just 1Just 1Just
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suits of these nicely niely made madeand madean madeand
and an goodlooking Pajama Pnjamaifor Pajamafor
for men And well wel not b bable be beable beable
able to get them again for a adollar a adolar adollai
dollar dolar Theyll rrhel jump up with withtho wih wihtho withthe
tho price of cotton cotOI The Themadras Themadras I Ima
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to t wear but very cry serviceable serviceableTlie 8criceablerrho serviceableTile
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