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f J IT IS THE OXE 0 + 1 PREPARED lR IAmD 111 111THE Dri 111TIIIJ
i THE TIB CITIZENS 0IT Z j UNION VXIOXThe UNIONk UNIONThe
k The e Measure 11nre CMven Complete COnlltte Autonomy Autonomylo
f to Cities 1118 In 115arii IlCKnnl to Public Iolle Utilities UtilitiesMill Utlte8 UtIItIesHill
the theOffice theOlee theOflice
Mill 11 Introiltirril Abolishing Alol hlnl
Office Olee of Coroner oroner After fer Ian 1 1WIO 1WIOA I lOfiftuANY tln tlnfLnANY
A m ANY Feb 8 8Another Another measure meluro giving givinghpme givinghPIe givinghpme
hpme hPIe fLnANY rule ruo to t jh J b cjtleH cllei 4tie4 of lhoEtnto the tuto has hasinade IUISI uis uisI
In tho To Tonight Toniht ToziigliL ¬
I I inade 1 le Its it appearance appearnce Legislature
night niht Asuemblynmn ASBrblyman Newcomb Nowcmg Rep He Now NewYorl NowVorl NowYoi
Yorl Vorl introduced Introuclr tho Citizens llzenf Union con constitutional contttutionl contItutiona1 ¬
stitutional tttutionl amendment Imendlent giving the cities citiescomplete cties ctiescomplete citiesuinrIete
complete autonomy lutonomy in regard fard to public publiculiitioH publo publoutliUO publicuIIitio
uliitioH utliUO The Citizens Union Mr 1r Now Nowcpfnb Nowt Newcomb
comb explains oxplaln haH been at work preparing preparingthis preparingthI preparingthis
t this thI meiinure mea lre for nearly two yearn and haH luwjuut haHjot hasjust
just jot got it in Inlhap Bhapc It I Becks to prevent prlent tho thoLegislature theJekilaturo
Legislature J kilatule from Interfering with wih fran frnncluiCM frn frncllls francWes I
cluiCM by extending exten ing tho period for which whichtnoy whichtfy whichthQy
tnoy cllls ore issued ISUl1 or in any way WIY usurping uurmg the thojowerw therowem thepowers
tfy
powers of the municipal municpal authorities authorllls in this thisrwpect thi thirped thisrespect
respect rwpectThe rped respectTho
Tho Citizens Citzlnf Union says Iays the measure measur is isindirect II is1qdirect
indirect 11 direct line lne with the homo rule plank of oftho oftho ofthe
tho platform on which it supported fupportlIMayor fupportlIMayorLow Mayor MayorLow MayorLow
Low in the lust la t campaign calpalgn and a develop development denlopt developI ¬
I meat 11nt of the principles prnciple to support HUppor which whichthe whichthe whichk
k the union was organized or alized The he Union is istnklns Ii Iitnklng isI
t
I taking steps nlH to securo secur tim th cooperation coporaton of ofother ofother ofother
is consult consulting consulting consulting
other cities etlH with New York and ¬
ing their views in the matter matterThe nUltterTh
4 The Th bill bi abolishing nhol8hln tho office ofce of Coroner Coronerin CoronerIi
in Ii New York city et was wa again introduced introducedby IntrouC introducedbySenator
by bynntor Senator Elsberg liJerg It I will wi not take effect effectuntil etlt etltunti effectwtil
unti until aft after or the terms terU of office olc of the present presentCoroners prent prentj presentI
I Coroners expire Ibis change In the bill billIs bi 1111Is
Crolom Is made mGe In order not toincur tolnCur t lncur the opposition oppositionof op oppositionI itiol
of the Coroners Corolcr who defeated dcfcatld the bill Ll lnit lniti In itmtyear t tI
I j i year lar U II U > the AHcimbly Anllmblr after afer it had patned patnedthe pausetiI
the Senate The he bill hi makes mlki some change changehi
41 I hi the system before their terms expire
I After AtcrJnnll05jtheCorncm Jan 11905the I lOO5 the Coroners oroneN physician physicianare phyicl II1ysicmysare
are to tt bo I transferred ulnlfurrd to toLL h u bureau hurnu of medical medicuexaminers mediell mediellexurilner medicalexuthiners
examiners exurilner ae in the Department DCJrmtnt of Htiuih Htiuihinwhich 1hit 1hitII I1ehlii
inwhich II lii which department IB to be b placed plaCd lACtt frot frotthat rror front frontthat
that lime on 01 the jurisdiction jurhdlctol of prltmiril prltmirilinvcBtlguting prhnuri IrirnztrllYInvestigating
Investigating Investgallng tho causes Ca of sudden tml en and sus suspicious SUI suspiciotis ¬
picious deaths in New York city From FromJan FromJan FrontJahI
Jan 11905 I lO 19O to Jan 1 1008 10 on 01 which whic latter latterdate lathrdllo latterdate
date dllo their terms Irl expire the thl Coroners Cornemfunc Cornemfunctoml Coronersfunc Coronersfunctions unc unctions ¬
tions toml in that regard r Id will wIl ho limited lmied to the thuholding til theholding
holding of inquiries in like lke manner Ilnler as City CityMagistrates CityMaglttrales CityMagistrates
Magistrates Maglttrales as I Coroners Cornert can now hold holdthem holdI holdthem
them I them he I in II cases 1fS of sudden luddcl or suspicious suspiciousdeaths suspiciout suspiciousdoatlis
deaths After Arer Jan 1 1900 IllO the complete completecliaiigo lmplotechaugo contplctoCllflflgf
cliaiigo of ii system Iystem stefli will wi go into effect etect by the theabolition thoaboltion theabolition
abolition aboltion ol or the th office ofm of Coroner Coroler and 1111 tho thomedical thomedical themedical
medical functions will wi bo L entirely Intrly in the thoDepartment thnDeprtment theDepartment
Department Deprtment of Health lealth und ull the judicial judicialunctions judicialfunctions judicialfunctions
functions will wl be b entirely in il the City CityMagistrates Ciy CiyMagistrtes Cityk
k Magistrates MagistratesSiMuilor Magistrtes Magistrteslellllvr MagistratesSetiutor
SiMuilor lellllvr James Jall U McEwan leEwal Kep Al Albany AIhIY Albany ¬
bany hIY save 61S that the savings banks of this thisStale thil thisj
j Stale Stal will wil not tmt bo permittento pennltlrll to invest Invelt in tho thonew thonew thenew
new bonds hond of the Hock Island 1111nd road roa if a abill ui ai
i bill i introduced introduc tonight by himself himJ and andAssemblyman Iml ImlAmnblYlan andAssomblynmu
Assemblyman AmnblYlan Agnew Agie becomes hecomel a law It Itprovides I ittj
tj provides providlt that the til savings vllgl bunks can in invest Invett inti ¬
ti vest vett only In i the first Irt mortgage 0 per I > r cent centbonds centonda centbonds
bonds onda duo In July 1017 1117 und IIU in tho gen general genIrl gentl ¬
tl eral Irl mortgage 4 per Pl cent gold bonds due dueJuly dueJuly dueL
L July tUM tl i heretofore issued jilOd by the tlwKock tht theRock
Hock Inland IILwd company cmpcwy The bill bi is backed backedby backld backldby backedby
bunks bunksAssociation ank ankAMlatlol
by the New York State tltu Savings aving
1 Association AssociationThe AMlatlol
4 The Assembly Alembly tonight adopted adopte a reso resolution rCo rColuton resoi ¬
i lution luton Introduced Introduce by Assemblyman A mulYlan Palmer Palmerthe Palmerthe
4 the minority leader IIder extending sympathy sympathyto Hympthy Hympthyto
to the tlo city el of o Baltimore lalimore for its ia great loss lossby I lossby s slire
by lire lireA lireA lireA
A resolution resoluton was Introduced InlrOlcld by Assem Assemblyman A8stm A8stmblan Assemhlyinait ¬
blyman Hosenstein H tnslein Tarn am providing provi ing that thatBoard Ihal thati
i Board of Education 1ducutlon matter mater may ay bo sent sentthrough sentthlOugII lnt lntthrugh
through thrugh the mails Illl free freeAsemblynum fre fret
Cock introduced the bill billwhich
4 Asemblynum Abmnblymun Cok iutroucot bi
4 f which ho fathered ratherId during his term as a Senator Senatorabolishing HonatoraboUHhinE SenatorabolIshing
t abolishing aboUHhinE capital purtiihtnent pUIJhment and sub substituting tlb tlblttutlng butstituting ¬
lttutlng stituting life lo imprisonment imprisonmentAssemblyman Inprilonmelt InprilonmeltA irtiprisonmentAssemblyman
Assemblyman A elblyman Dale Dall Dem Kings Iilgt in introduced introduce introdured ¬
bill aimed the loan sharks sharksby
troduced troduce a bi at loal sbarkt
1 I < by b t providing that they cannot canot charge more morethan mor moretitan
than the legal Ilgal rate of ot interest Intlrot on personal personalproperty peronal peronalproperty personali
i property
t J Senator lenator Amble again Introduced the thebill theI
I I bill bil extending tho present prUent local loal option optionlaw optun optunlaw optionlaw
law to election eleton districts dlstrcb in cities ctl At Atpresent Atprelelt Att1
t1 present tho exclusion excusion of saloons 1I100ns where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the majority majoriy of the voters desire dCire to ex exfludii exIud
9 elude Iud them tfl m is possible pOlible only in the thl towns townsThe townl townsThe
I The voters in tho cities cte aro disfranchised disfranchisedon dsrrnchised dsrrnchisedon
on this question quetion An n overwhelming overwhelmng ma majority m majority ¬
jority jort of tho voters voter in a city cty may deem deemsaloons dem demlaloons deemsaloons
saloons laloons a nuisance nuisace but they have no ni way wayto WilYto wayto
to bo rid rd of them The State Stl AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeagun AntSloon AntSloonIeagl AntiSaloonLeague
League Ieagl insists that there is no valid vald reason reasonfor reaonfor reasonfor
for allowing alowing local loal option to tliu towns townswhich townHwhidt townswhhlt
which does doClot not equally eul y apply apply to the cities citiesand cttR cttRI citiesand
and it is II further insisted 1n istt1 that oven in those thosecities thoselles thosealLies
I cities lles whera the majority majorty prefer to admit admitthe admitthe admitthe
the saloons tho residential relideutlal districts dlstrctl of ofsuch ofIlch ofsuch
such Ilch cities cties ought to t bo permitted permite to t ex exuludo exclude exchide
chide them thcl from tho immediate hloediCte prescnco prescncoof presencor
of the homes homet of the people if i a majority majorityof majorty majortyof
of tho til voters voteII wish them altolished altolishedSenator aholihed aholihedSnator ahoilsiasiSenator
Senator Snator Armstrong introduced intrduce a bill billfavored bi billfavored
favored faore by the Rochester Society Siety for the thePrevention thePeventon th thPrevention
Prevention Peventon of Cruelty Crutly to Animals Anilal which whichr whichprohibits whichprohibits
r prohibits the docking doking of horses homel tails tais or of ofthe oftho ofthe
the bringing of horses horcH with lh docked rlockt tails tall into intotho Intothe intotho
tho State It I is provided that within ninety ninetydays ninotydaY8 ninetydays
days after afer the passage PaHgo of the law horses horseswith horsesI
I with docked tails tais at present in the State Statemust Sttl Statejnust
J must muFt be registered rfgistre with the county Iounty clerks clerksAnother clorkl clerksI
I Another Anther bill bi of Senator Snator Armstrongs Armstrongsappropriate ArmstrongsI Armstrongsapprolrlate4
appropriate apprprate1 2000000 00 to pay tho States Statesshare StatosI Statesshare
I I share Ihar for constructing contrctng constmctingood good roads rod next year yearA yearA yearA
A bill bl of Senator Elsbergs EIhergs pod permits perlt tho thoNew theNew
I New York city Comptroller ComptrolhJ upon UpOI the mi mivice Id advice
vice of the thoCorporatton Corporation Corrton Counsel CounBl to cancel cancelvoid cncel cncelvoid cancelvoId
I void Improvement assessments assessmentsLast alossmfnls alossmfnlsist nssosstnentsLast
Last ist year tho State Slto appropriated apprprated 75000 75000toward 75000qwartl
toward its laharo share in II tho expense of removing removingBteam rfmovlnl removingij
ij team railroad riroad grade rado crossings croHlnR in Scho Schonectady
4 I nectady netady Tonight Senator lirackett in introduced Inl Itti ¬
i troduced toduced a bill bi appropriating appropriatn SITBOGO li5 l50O0 more morefor morefor morefor
l for this purpose IJlrpose Tho grade grde crossings croRRlngl in inHchenectndy inSehcftadv
1 Hchenectndy Sehcftadv nro considered conlldlfd to bo most mostdangerous mORtdanglrou mostdangerous
dangerous danglrou The employees erploJP of tho General GeneralEleitric Gencrl GencrlEl GeneralEkctrio
Eleitric El tio Company Compny arc obliged ohlged to cross tho tliotracks thotrcks thotracks
tracks trcks going olnl to and from work wor which has liasremiltpd hmlulld has1ebtIIteI
remiltpd lulld in the loss of a a number of lives livesA JVl JVlA
A Llltaner Company Clllan Increases Inrnles Its 18 Capital CapitalMark taplal taplalStock CapitalStock
Stock MarkALIUNY Stocki StockALDANY
i ALIUNY AL NY Feb 8 IiThe 8The The Metropolitan Metropolan Sew Sewing Sw Swj Sewi ¬
Machine of New York city citytoday cityi
i j lag ig Company New cty ctytoay
i today filed f1 with wlb tho Secretary Rretlry of State a acertificate acrtlfcate a4z
4z certificate crtlfcate of increase Ine ease of f capital from fromtSO000 frm frmIMO frontvlo000
tSO000 to 500000 50 The he certificate cert lfcale is signed signedby Illnl signedt
t by IMO Lucius N N Littauer Utauer chairirnn ehalrran and andWilliam nndW andt
t hy William W iial ilhiani TIJntncr T r Jntner Lintner secretary Itcretary of the nseet nseeting0f mCt mCtIngpr teectingpf
ing0f stockholders authorizing Clthorizlli the increase increaseThe Incrplue IncrplueI Increaseflits
The lllo certificate certlfcto shows that tat the stockholders stockholdersof stocllhohles stocllhohlesof
I of the company clpany are Lucius Jloius N Littauw Littauwholding Litlr LitlrIoldlng Littauerrp
rp holding hold big 250 2r shares FhurC Willlatn Wllan Littauer 1IUluer Ito 150shares 1 1I
1 shares shars and Cnd William Wilam W lillani T Llntner 100shares 100sharesa 10 100 shares shareshula
I
a Illlli 111 KlRnril Im by I the Governor CovernorALBANY flnrnr flnrnrI GovernorALttAci
I ALBANY ALJA Y Feb 8 8Gov Gov Orfoll Odel has signed signedthe figne signedthe
the following folowlll hills hillsAiwemblynian his hisAelblyrnn billsAsernhlynuin
Aiwemblynian Aelblyrnn HoKerssfnpproiirlntiiiK HOllrFrCpproprlltlni Sl 11
120 to 1 0 pay Imlenco duo newspapers nnwKpaperF for forthe forthe forthe
the publication pUblcaton of general State ltal laws for 1IM3 1IM3Annemfolytnnn 1003ARIlhhrnn l9 l9AMernblvtnan
Annemfolytnnn ARIlhhrnn Stevenss Stlml providing lruvlni for forOt200 foritt
itt 01200 200 ndilltional nddltonal county appropriation Ipproprllton for forn forC
n C bookkeeper In tho KenwelniT Hlnlelllr County Sheriff Sheriffoffice Sherle Sheriffornee
office officeAweniblymin ornee1ssentblyrnin
OOCH OOCHtnlblyran Aweniblymin tnlblyran hookers looklr Iccdlliiu IIIII1lnl c thn thnreorganization th thrtnrlll7tol threortranlzstloa
reorganization rtnrlll7tol of Union Free Frll School Ichool District Distrit
2 In the town townof of Batavia Ueneseo entHcc county countyEAST count countEtST countyEtST
I EtST SIDE SI ItLSOrtT 11ES01T IHIIXKD IHIIXKDFire IlllIW IlllIW1lre IWIfXIIFire
Fire IlMlroys IIIIrO1 iNtro the theftrlental Oriental Music 15Ie iarilen GarlenIn iarilenIn
In Grand Street StreetFire StrretI StreetFire
I
I Fire gutted Rute the Oriental Music llllo Garden Gardenon Gardel Gardelon
on the he south suth side Ilde of Grand Grnd street near the theUowery theDowery theflowery
flowery early this thl morning moring The music musicgarden n1110 n1110arden mtslogarden
garden arden occupied ocupied the ground floor 1001 of the thebuilding thobudlnj thebuiJing
building budlnj and on the upper floors 100rl were lodge lodgeTerras lodgerOIm lodgeroems
Terras rOIm The building buiding was wal closed c01 hut Jacob JacobHivsn JacubIW JacobHtn
Hivsn IW n one of the men who runs runl the hnll hnllhis hnl
s his vouain and a young man named Benny BennyMeyers BennyloY BennyI
I Meyers loY n were werc asleep upstairs upstlir They I hey pot potout gotout ot otout
out safely sfely
4 Deputy Firo FiroChier Chief Latigford Lngford said ld that thatthere Ihlt thatI
I I there therowuan was wa an explosion In il the music mUllc garden gardenwhich gardcnwhich gardenwhich
which blew out the front window and andknocked undknoke amlknocked
knocked knoke a hole in the ceiling ceilingIJtJIe clng clngUte ceIlingI
I IJtJIe Ute Fire In Mouqulns MouqulnsA 3touqulnsI louqullF louqullFA
A fire tr In the basement bement of Mouquins loufulns Fit Fulton FiI FiII Fitton ¬
ton street restaurant rClturant early hut Ilt evening eveningdid elmlngdi
I did di to about ttoet 50 damage damaJI but was W put out Olt by bythrt bytM byI
I I the < firefii frn flrefiezi 10 n J so li tl quietly quiety that the thl diners rUnlm wen wenignorant WtroInornt WereI
I ignorant Inornt of the theblao blaze Homo S0l0 ono threw thrw a alightrdfcigarette alghf aIightI
I lightrdfcigarette IightI cigarette into the areaway arawny which whichignited whichhnled whichignited
lghf ignited hnled a lgarett pllo pll of rubbish rbhlh tle and thc blaze blazospreacLto Ilam IlamL blazeI
I spreacLto the to cellar rlaI The firemen frmen ripped up upa upa
spnat a fcWJjoards ta < r4 and put oufthe thames laml with withbucksta Wlh Wlhbuclf
L L 1 S Le J bucksta buclf g C i of f water waterC w wnttrL t
I
COL FLOEUCKEY JOEROKIY A MVRDEltER MVRDEltERSliooU 1tUtDElEI 1tUtDElEI81100t MURDLItERShoots
Shoots lilt 1 wife Dead D In I Philadelphia Illp and andThen andThen
Then TeD Hill IUIIIDI HImself HlmwUPHILADELPHIA HImselfPJIIZADELPUIA
PHILADELPHIA PUIDELJA Feb 8 8Atr 8Alter After buying a ahuge ahuge ahuge
huge bunch of roses ross for his hl daughter and andtaking nndtklnler andtaking
taking tklnler hot to t the te GermnnAmeriqan GeranAm GermanAnl rlGan ball ballat bal ballat
at the to Academy Acemy of Muslo lost lt evening eveningCol ev evenIngCcl nlng nlngCol
Col Edward lwar T H Flcerckey called cle on his hiswife hlawlf hiswife
wife from trm whom he had ha been berl separated separatedfor porat
for more Iore than tan two years yo ami ard at l nfterbpjrglng nfterbpjrglngher aftrbtgglng aftrbtgglngIlr after bogging boggingher
her Ilr to t ts take hint back bac shot her and then sent senta lont lonta
a bullet hllet through lib hi brain The he worran worranfoil woran woranfHI worranfell
foil fHI to the floor 100r withouta cry cr and died die al alirost aIIrOlt alItost
irost IrOlt Instantly Insutr Floerckoy Fioor Ioer loy dfcjl drclta aba hos hospital hospltl boalital ¬
pital pltl later laterTho ltlr ltlrh laterThe
The h tragedy took place plce in the ho handsome handsomebrick handsomebrick handsomebrick
brick residence reidence at the thesouthwet southwest corner cornerof crner crnerof cornerof
of Twentyfirst Twentylmt and Chestnut Chetnut streets stret where whereMrs wheroMf whereMrs
Mrs Mf Floerckey Florckey had resided reldo and managed manageda manago
a fashionable fCshlonahle dressmaking drsmaklng establishment establishmentDuring etablshment etablshmentDuring establishmentluring
During tho civil civi war warFloerckey Floerckey com commanded cm cmmanded cornmnanded ¬
manded a Missouri regiment r gluent lie le was wastreasurer waf wastreasurer
treasurer t flHUrr of the Ceiidr Co CehirAemie < dr > iAVenUe AvenUe Improve Improvement Irprovl Irprovlmelt Improveinent ¬
ment melt Company and was well wel known about abouttho abouttho aboutthe
tho city cty Mrs Mf Floorckey Florkey was only 42 42and 42and 42and
and he was wal nearly 70 years el old oldjKini 011lml olditirii
jKini lml OF oi lUll Oll siuppixo siuppixoWe SIIII SIIIIWI +
We WI Are re CarrylnK Carringflnly fnl Inly I ft 1or 111 Cent emit of Our OurOwn Olr Olrfhn limetii
Own tii Trade TrldeIn TradeIn In Case asl of War What WhatAn ihiat7Au hI1 hI1An
An Au interesting Intere > tnr review of the present JreRlt state stateof stat stateof
of American Amcrcan shipping and the prospects prospectsi prosplcl lroslectabefore
i before beOo it Ituniler under under present lrllnt conditions lnltons hasbeon hasbeongathered hl hesbeengathered bln blnglltwre
gathered glltwre by the Iron Irn Age Aie from the state statements stte sttemlnt statemeats ¬
meats mlnt of leading shipbuilders 8hlphuldorto to the House HouseCommittee HousoCommitte Houseommittee
Committee Committe on the Merchant Ierhant Marino arine and andFisheries andFisheries andFisheries
Fisheries at time recent fent hearing op of the theGardner theGarnor theGardner
Gardner Garnor bill bi providing pridlng for a commission commissionto cmmiion cmmiionto
to investigate Invetlgato the te advisability advlsabUty of Federal Federalshipping Federalfhlpplng Federalshipping
shipping fhlpplng legislation legislationSevern hl legislationSoverfll Iton
Severn 8111 of tiese f atoments Aatmn ntR bear be r upon uponthe uponte uponthe
the question as a to what hat our position positon will wi bo hoitt I Iin
te q1ton
in 11 ease tho RunsoJapaneso UUA < oJapanCo war should shouldlirlnji shouldbrin shouldbring
bring brin on Oi a general IPnlrl European conflict cnmct The Thegeneral Tle Fhiegtmiei
general gtmiei 11111 mti opinion opilion of If tho experts who testified testifiedwius tctlf1 testifIedwits
wits that our supplies eupp would lie in serious
danger dangerIt
It wan W the 11 testimony tetmony of HearAUr learhm IiearMlrniral IiearMlrniralBnvIes iral iralBowles lrl lrl10Is
Bowles 10Is retired retred who is I now the president presidentof plPldent plPldentof
of u I Massachusetts IAsahu8Itb shipbuilding shpblidln company companythat cinnpanythat PIIY PIIYtlit
that tlit there thtre is i at present preent absolutely a tlltelv no in inquiry iiiCuiry iniuirY ¬
quiry Cuiry for the construction lolUtruclon of cwanRoing cwanRoingbtraiiiern ctallgeiflgstenteers an olng olnghi
btraiiiern hi fIUlel or other olhpr vessels v 8fI in il the t he foreign foreigntrade fori foreigntrade n ntmde
trade Alfred AlfredWimics tre Wines r I of the Boston Bston Ship Shipbuilding Shipbulllnl ShipItuittling ¬
building bulllnl Company Cmpt said t1c that his hi company companywould cm company companywould pan panI
would not rot attempt atempt to build huid another Inoter largo largovewl L1rgoPpl largevessel
I vessel Ppl for flr the foreign trade trde under present presentconditions preent preentconCilloni presentitIon
conditions conditionsA itIon itIonA
conCilloni A H I Smith inpresenting IlprCentng the Maritime MaritimeAssociation Maritme MaritmeAsciion MaritimeAssociation
Association Asciion of this tklort port and unc D S Sevvall Sevvallof Swnl
of the Sewall Smal Shipbuilding Shlphlillng Company opan told toldhow toldhow toldhow
how heavily hlavir subsidized ImhRldlze foreign ships shipl havo havopractically havoprctcll havepractically
practically prctcll driven American shipping out outof outor outof
of the foreign forei n trade tradeRepresentative trle trleRepresnlative tradeRepresentative
Representative te Gardner < showed llowl1 that thatwhile th3twhle thatwhile
while whle our 011 foreign commerce cmncrce has increased increyed
1300 130 per cent in the lost 1 t century cntur wo woare woIre WOare
are Ire now carrying hess I R than thll B per ptr cent centof cnt cntof centof
of our own trade trle whilo whle then wu were carry carrying carr carrylug ¬
lug hir 85 per cent clt of it itTho Itnl ItThe
The nl most 10st startling startln testimony tstmony however howeverwas howeverwa
was wa that of Edwin S Cramp Cramp who dealt in indctnil indetui indetail
detail detui with wih tho increases Incrl in wages wagr and ane in inthe Inthe inthe
the cost CRt of material Iaterlnl which make American Americanshipbuilding Amercn Americanshiptjuihiing I Ifhipbulding
shipbuilding fhipbulding unprofitable unprftJhl Mr Ir Cramp Cralpllll said saidthat saidthat
that thlt while whie several severa years oarl ago ships tl Ips could culd bo bobuilt bobuit hobuilt
built buit hero for 25 5 per l r cent ircre lcro than abroad abroadwages abroal abroadwages
wages have since sincl gone one up SO r per cent centthio and andtho am amtho
tho wates cost cst of soiro Slr tutorials Tnterial Is 60 0 per cent centgreater cnt centgreater f fglater
greater than in EnId KiirkimlIn
glater In the event of a European Europan war said laid Mr MrCramp MrGllr Mrramp
Cramp ramp tho condition conditon bf tho United States Stateswould StatcsWOUll Stateswould
would WOUll Gllr b bu pitiable pitablo If I we should become becomeinvolved Ilcolo Ilcoloinvohllln becomeinvolved
involved invohllln in tho war it would bo disastrous disastrousIn diFatru diFatruIn
In the Spanish war wo bought more mor than thanfifty thanfty thanfifty
fifty fty ships shlp tl Spnish f ffabulous from forig foreign cOlntriea countries ad and pad padfahulou paid paidfabulous
fabulous prices for them He Hothose aked asked what wbatthol whatthose
those thol prices pr prc s would bo b in the event of a war warnow warnov warnow
now
nowTlieso These 1les statements stutemfnts says tho Iron Age Ageconvincingly Aie Aiecnvincingly tgeconvinclngly
convincingly demonstrate tho fact fat that thatsomething tht thtaOlnethlng thatsotnething
something should be speedily done Tho Thotnl ThostarlnR Thestartling
starlnR startling tnl It rnnt fact Wl was a Is hroug brought mmltf SIIdiY It nttt out at nf fhiu thi this Vinnf VinnfI hear hearing hearing
I ing that there ther has hl never been b n a time in our ourhistory ourhlstorr ourhistory
history not even OI I during cturii g tho Devolution DevolutionI Rvoluton Rvolutonwhen Revolutionwhen
I when ocean shipbuilding shipbliding was Wa in such a con condition condiion conditlon ¬
dition diion of absolutely ablutely arrested arrstd development developmentas developmentafnt
as afnt nt present presentNot prnnt
Not since sino June 1801 191 has b tho keel kcl been beenlaid bn bnlaid beenlaht
laid in any American Americn shipyard on either eithercoast eithercowt eitherCOftSt
coast of tho United Unied States Statl for onouteol onottllhip onottllhipdesigned ship shipdesigned shipdesigned
designed for foreign commerce cmmeo Thoso Thosowho Thosowho Thosewho
who were induced rorlFn m I 1878 187 to build buid steam steamship sla steamships ¬
wer
ship shilJ for ocean ocan trade found themselves themselveslosing themelves themelveslos themselveslosing
losing los n so 10 much money In endeavoring enreavoring to tocompete tocompete tocompete
compete with subsidized luhldlZd vessels YB of other othernations othernation othernations
nations nation that they were wer confronted with the thenecessity thoneclslty thenecessity
necessity neclslty of either eithlr giving up entirely entrly or ortransferring ortranterlnR ortransferring
transferring tranterlnR their vessels vet1 to some other flag flagthan fag fagthan flagthan
than the Star and Stripes StripesTho Strip StripesThe
Tho prosperous times tmeR in this thl country countryhavo countryhav6 countryhave
have operated opratd prosprol to tho disadvantage disavatg of the theadvance theshipbuiding theshipbuilding
shipbuiding shipbuilding ildustr industry by eulng causing a gat gatadvanc great greatadvance
advance advanc in prices S of materials matrial and ad in wages wagespaid wagespaid wagespaid
paid to labor prl Conceding Concding that a trado tradodepression tro troeprlion tradodepression
depression eprlion exists abroad which has ha brought broughtI broughtshipbulding broughtshipbuilding
shipbulding shipbuilding mterlall materials and waga wages down downrr
I if American Americ ocean ocnn shipping interests Intrst can canonly cn cnonly canonly
only see B relief tlef through cheap ciap American Americanbuilt Aericn Aericnbuit Americanbuilt
built buit ships they might as I well wol give up tho thor
t r ost it st at once onceIMXELY onC onCI oncoLONELY
I LONELY 1OELI TELEGRAPH LINES LIXESIlepalrs LINESnepalIs LINESRepairs
Repairs nepalIs In the Australian Istralll Desert Ue8rrtSavases Ue8rrtSavasesami IesertSava Savages Savagesnnd ea eaanti
anti the Wires WiresA Ir IrA
A break occurred about throe months
ago in the telegraph line lno that extends exend up upthe upthe upthe
the Shire1 River Rver from the Zambesi Zmbel to Lake LakeNyasa Lke LkeNaR LakeNyasa
Nyasa NaR In such countries cCuntrC where there thereis therois thereIs
is little Itlo civilization chlzaton weeks weks sometimes Imetmes elapse elapsobeforo el1 elapsebefore
before accidents ncdentl to the telegraph telegrph can be berepaired berepured berepaired
repaired repured On this U s route however the thestations theItatons thestations
stations Itatons are only about fifty Itv miles mle apart apartand apartamI apartaUth
and the tl line lne is usually ulualy put in order within withinthree withinthretJ withinLItres
three or our days dayt after arer the break occurs occursIrobably ocurs ocursPrubahly occursProbably
Probably the line lne with the longest longlst dis distanro dlatamo 115 115tanco
tanro between betwen repair stations statons is If that which whichcrosses whichCrS whichcrosses
crosses CrS > CI the great reat Australian Australan desert dlrt from fromAdelaide fromdelade fromAdelaide
Adelaide delade on the south to Port Darwin on onthe ontho onthe
the north side of tho continent contncntliO 1700 miles milesThero mies miesThere milesfhiero
There are no human inhabitants Inhahiantl in in tho thodesert thoc thedesert
desert c rt except a few ow wandering wanderng blacks blacksThe blks blksThe blacksIIw
The stations statlonl aro about 200 20 miles mieH apart apartAt apartAt apartAt
At each station there arc usually usualy two twooperators twoopertorl twooperators
operators opertorl and four line Ino repairers ropalrert They Theyhave Theyha Theyhave
have ha vo no nearer laror neighbors than the oc occupants o occimpants ¬
cupants of the next station and of course coursethe courle courlethe coursethe
slatonI
the men lead a ver very ery lonely life lifeWhenever lifeWhenever ife ifeWlener
Whenever Wlener a break occurs oum two men menstart menItart menstart
start Itart from either of tho stations between betweenwhich betwci betweejiwhich
which the line has become beome unworkable unworkableTliey unworllble unworllbleThey unworkableThey
They take with ith thorn thor camels loaded 1011111 with withfood withfooll withfood
food and nnt water wal > r repair implements inplementR and a afield alelt afield
field lelt telegraph tell rph apparatus apparatusAt
At every over ten miles mieM each eah party taps tapt the thowlro thewlro thewire
wlro and communicates communlcltt > with us tl own station stationSo staton statonSo
So each moves mOVll on until unt one OlO or the other otliorflmiH otherfndH otherflnls
flmiH fndH and repairs repalrt the breakage breakageCommunication hrenka breakageCornrntinication o oCommunicaton
Communication Communicaton being restored rcton the news newsIs nowl newsIs
Is conveyed to the other party and both bothretrace hothrelrne befitretrace
retrace relrne their thlir steps to their quarters IUarterl uarters with without wih wihout withomit ¬
out having havin seen ono another They very veryseldom vlry vlryseldom veryseldom
seldom coo 10 a white whio man except their own owncomrades owncomradcs ownconlrales
comrades comradesMuny comradcsMln conlralesMany
Many Mln persons have wondered wonderl1 how tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph lines Inel can cln protected bo pmtetl from frm barbarous barbarousnatives barhlroul barbarousnatives
natives natvet through thru h wnose wholo territory terrior they pass passThis linesrhis aHI
This problem haw hi been ben successfully succltfuly solved solvedboth Ilvod Ilvodholl solvedboth
holl both m 1 Australia Alftrll and in Africa reu though the themethod llo llomethod themethod
method in ono continent contnent differs difers from that thatin thatIn thatIn
in time other oilierWhen otherWhln otherWhen
When Whln the thl line lne was wa being stretched across acrossAustralia acro acroAustrla acrossti1straiIa
Australia Austrla It wasfeared WCS wa8 fllnd feared that the blacks blackswould hlackl blacksotiid
would otiid constantly interfere interere with rih the wire wireThe wlroThe wireThe
The plan adopted Idolt < has worked worke like llo a 1 charm charmnnd chrm chrmand charmamid
and the blacks blcks have never touched 10uchl1 the thewires thowire timewIres
wires though on several occasions occKiou they
have attacked nlnckehe nttnckedthe the stations statons and killed Jeled opera operators oper operatore ¬ i
tore tOI and repairers repairerswitli repalrel repairersEvery
Ever Every elort effort wnl was mado to fl fill the Flage Flagewith savages savageswith
with ave of the wire wro Their nerves nervt and andImagination andImginaton amidImagination I
Imagination Imginaton were wer worked wo kl1 upon by telling tellingevery telng telngeIIV tellingevery
every eIIV black < who wan met while wbie the line linowas lne lnewnH linewas
was heill being built hul that the wire was ttyo white whitefellows whie whiefelows whitefellows
fellows felows devil dlvi and not a single Ilngle native natve tq came camewithin cmo cmowihin camewithin
within wihin reach roch who was wal not treated trOtld to a agraluitom arrtultll agratnltmyis
graluitom rrtultll electric eletrc shock There is not nothlack a ablack ablack
black in Australia AUFtnUa who is 11 not convinced convincedthat cOIinced cOIincedthat convincedthat
that the white fellows relow devil devi is II something somethingto e methln methlnto
to let I t severely alone nloneIn aloneIn alonein
In Africa on the other hand every chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of Ibe ho tribes trbe through whose whlo land the tele telegraph tel telegraph ¬
graph lInes In extend is il in the pay payor ra of ono or oranother oranother oranother
another of tho colonial Ilonlll governments govelmlnl He Horeceives Hertej Hereceives
receives rtej a small 111 monthly montnI subsidy luhfilv and nndis andif andIF
is if IF held responsible rcponsible for the wire In his terri territory tor tonitom ¬
tory ton tom
tomthe
Th the > wl will of these chiefs chlefl Is II law and ald al although pithough tlthough ¬
though many Inny hundreds hundrldl of miles milf of wire are arenow arenow arenow
now extended ext ndl1 through t hrol h various vnrou parts of ofbarbarous ofunrUlrOUK ofbarbarous
barbarous unrUlrOUK Africa Afrca only only two or three thl In Instances InIInnc instances ¬
stances IInnc have occurred occurtc when the natives nativeshnvo nah nahIavc nativeshave
have Iavc interfered Interere with it In fact the natives nativpAare uatlvMar
are ar in order used ISI totsomq tO8m tsom extent oxtet to t keep ktp the lines linesin 1nO linesIn
tl Itl I
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POPE CABLES CABLS TO SETON DINNER DINNERSPECIAL DNNER DNNERSPEOIL DINNERSPECIAL
SPECIAL SPEOIL BLESSING FROM PIUS FIVSX PIUSX PIUTO
X TO COLLEGE ALUMNI ALUMNIOne
One ofthe Greatest Grlatlt Needs Nelc of the Nation NationIn Naton NatonI
In I the Catholic ctolo University Unlverty Alp 115 OCon OCoiinell OConlel OConimelt
nell lel Tells TllaemMr Them ThemMr Mr Phllbln Phbln Lauds Laudsthe Lud Ludthe landsthe
the Teaching of Parochial Pooha Schools SchoolsThe Sooll SoollTho SchoolsThe
The alumni of Seton Hall III had hd their annual annualfeast annualtost annualfeast
feast tost at Delmontcos last night There Therewere Therewere Therewore
were about abut eighty of them and ad more than thanhalf thanhalf
half hlf of the eighty were hi i clerical cericl gar garmonta garment garmonte
monte ment They sat st back though and rejoiced rejoicedin
in their reunion rlunon in a way to put to shame shamesome shme shmesome shamesome
some of tho stolId solemnities solemntes which take takeplace takeplace
place ple under uder the J1mu namo and nd style of college collegereunions colege collegereunions
reunions in the course coune of a Now York winter winterThe winterThe
The only decorations deoratons in the room rm wore woreAmerican wereAlercn woroAmerican
American Alercn flags flagsExJudge fs fsudge flagsEx4iidgo
ExJudge udge Albert Albet Heynaud Ieyaudpreldent president of oftho oftho ofthe
tho association a8ciaton started slrto the after afer dinner dinnerprogramme dner dnerprogrmme dinnerprogramme
tho to HBO HBOand risoand
programme progrmme by asking Iklng company compy rso rsoand
and receive reive a cabled cable blessing bleing from from the Pope PopeIt
It came in these th e words
Holy loly Father sends send38pecial special blessing blessingTlio bllsinl blessingTime
The health of Pius ius X was W drunk drnk stand standing standing standlag ¬
ing ingRigr Mgr lgr OConnell OConnel rector retor of the Catholic CatholicUniversity Catholo CatholoUniversiy CathiohfoUniversity
University Universiy at Washington Wathllgton cooke Ipke pleasantly pleasantlyof pleatty pleattyof
of his relations relatons with wih Seton Hetn Hall Hal graduates graduatesHo graduts gradutsHo
Ho said sid that he knew that tmt the invitation InvitUon to t be bepresent bepftsem1t
present wa WM not meant as al an honor to him himrsonally himJrlonaly himjrsonally
Jrlonaly jrsonally rsonally but as a an expression exprBion of encour encouragement encouragement encouragernent ¬
agement and ad affirmation araton for the cause caU8 of ofhigher ofhigher ofhigher
higher Catholic Catholi education educaton The Catholic CatholicUniversity Catbolo CatboloUnlrsi CatholicUniversity
University Unlrsi was Wi the crown crow of the whole wholeIf wholesystm wholesystem
systm system of higher eduaton education for Catholc Cathioliai CathioliaiIfthmeClmurehi
If theChurch I the Churh undertakes Wderlkes this ti great mis mission mi misidea ¬
idea of education eucaton at all said lald Mgr OCon OConnell OConnel OConnell ¬
nell nel it ought to undertake undertke all al of it The TheChurch TheChurch TheChurch
Church ought not to maintain malntan parochial parochialschools parohialschol parochialschools
schools schol and ad preparatory prpartory schools Ichools and col colleges 101 101legll collogos ¬
logos legll unless it fe i also alo to maintain lalntln a uni university univemity university ¬
versity It I ought never to bo confessed confessedMjat concsld concsldNat confessedbhat
Nat Mjat there ther was vai a a point in education eucatlun to which whichthe whichtho whichtime
the Catholic Catholc Church could not attain attainThe alaln alalnThe attainThe
The lack of an appreciation apfiton for the uses usesand USe usesand
and the needs nes of Catholic Catholo university univerity train training trainlug trainlag ¬
lug is responsible reporlble for the collapse cla of tho thopower thopOWlr thepwr
power pOWlr of the Church in many countries countriesabroad countriol countriesabroad
abroad abroll and ad especially dly for much of the thoweakness theweaknO theweakness
weaknO weakness of tho esp Church Churh in this thi country countrySome oountrySm countrySome
Some Sm may say S < y that It would be 0 good goodif god godIf
if the whole thing would collapse colaJo I realize realizeperfectly ralzo ralzoprfpctly realizeperfectly
perfectly prfpctly well wel that tht there are ar many people peopleIn
In this country cuntr who have no religion rlgIon popl poplIn at atall atal atall
all al and many mn many mny more mor who have hve not notour notour notOur
our religion rlgion But Dlt I maintain rlnlain that one of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the greatest grtet needs n a not only of our Church Churchbut Chuch Chuchhut Churchbut
but of the nation natlol is II the maintenance maintenanc of oftho ortho ofthe
tho university unh rltv rltvTho
Tho thee has bl passed plli when whpn righteous righteousness rghteou8 rlt hteou hteouness ¬
ness nes and belief lJll can c he maintained maintne in this thiscountry thiscolnt thiscountry
country colnt by force The Th spirit of indepen independence indepn indepndenco independence ¬
dence and freedom fr dom in this country countr and an all allover al allover
over the world has h8 grown grwn so strong stng that thatnever thatnever thatnever
never again will il force forc undertake to rule ruletho rle rlethe rulethe
the spirit spiritMen spiri
Men 1lon must luat bo b dealt with through their theirconsciences thi theircoasciences
consciences eoncenci Man 1an invented invente dynamite dit but butthero butthero butthere
thero is that within him which is greater greaterthan greatr greatrIlln greaterthan
than Illn dynamite and compote cmp11F him not to use useIt us useIt
It wrongfully wrongfuly It I is his conscience conscienceHow consienc conscienceHow
How can the conscience consclenc of the people peoplebe poplo poplobe peoplehe
be reached so well as a through our ou church churchNo chuch chuchNo churchNo
No No other church can go to men and say sayI
I am Infallible Infalbll infalliblert i iIt
It is i such teachings that inspire awe awoand awernd awend
and rnd nd induce a certain lprtaln timidity tmdityper tImIdityperhaps perhaps hap I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should not use tho word The Te other otherchurches otherohurch otherchurches
churches who have broken away from us usbut usbut usbut
but who aro still eti til1 revolving around us as astho a asthe
the satellites ateltl of the planets plnntt revolve around aroundthem arolnd aroundthornthey
them thelthey thornthey they too to are following folowing us UF in this thisdoctrine thisdootrno thisdoctrine
doctrine dootrno of reaching tho consciences cnsclncp of ofmen otmen ofmen I
men by presenting to them the penalties of
disobedience di8b disobeli nce and callousness callousnessLuke calousncf callousnessLuke
Luke D Stapleton defined delned the Catholic Catholicvirtues Catholo Catholoirue CatholIcvirtues
virtues irue as prudence good god faith and andhonesty andhonel andhonest
honesty honel honest y
Eugene A Philbin Phibin former forer District DIFtrict At Attorney Attornoy Attornoy ¬
tornoy EUjene came cmo in late He said he bad been beenat ben benat beenat
at a 1 consultation conMultaton of Catholic Catholo students of ofeducational ofeductonal ofeducational
educational eductonal affairs afair over the unification unificationmeasures lmilclon lmilclonmeasures unificationmeasures
measures pending at Albany AlbanyMr
Abany AbanyIr
pnding
Mr Ir Philbin Phibin said aid that he I Ito had had rMBn rMBnto reason reasonto
to visit Islt some of the parochial paohial schools shools and andaomn andsome andsome
some of the public publo schools shol8 and it was wa his hiaobservation hisobseration hisobservation
obseration observation that more patriotism patrlot8m and andmore ad admore andmore
more of tho ideals idels of good god government governmentwere goverment govermentwere
were taught in tho parochial parohial schools Ihools than thanMr thanIn thanIn
In the public publc sehols seholsIr schools schoolsMr
the that the theoung thoyoung theyoung
Mr Ir Philbin Phibin expressed hope hop
young men who exprse had como cme over the North Northillvor NorthIvcr NorthRiver
River from Newark to attend the dinner dinnerwould dinnerwould dinnerwould
would Ivcr get back bk safe from frm thIs thl very ver wicked wickedcity wicke wickedcity
city After Ater all al though ho said sid New York Yorkwas Yorkwa Yorkwas
was wa not yet aa 8 bad b as a Chicago ChicagoEugene Chicgo ChicgoEugene ChicagoEugene
Eugene F Kinkcad Kiked spoke spke on Our Coun Country Countr Country ¬
try and Mr Jlr Keynaud Rllud talked tlke briefly briefy of ofhis orhla ofhis
tr his associations with Seton Hall lal Fathers FathersMnckel Father FathersMackel
Mackel aBocatons and McManus 1IcMu spoke spke for the college collegeMgr clpRe clpReMgr collegeMgr
Mgr Sheperd Shep VicarGeneral Vlcrenor of the diocam diocamof diol
of Newark also spoke spokeWESLEYAXS 8pke 8pkeESLENS spokeWESLEYANS
WESLEYANS SONS DINE DlEProf DI DINEProf I I10r
10r Prof Winchester Wlnehtfr Says Sa the tie University Unlnnty Needs Needsa NIfI NIfIa
a 1000000 1000 Endowment EndowmentThe Jndowmlnt JndowmlntThe EndowmentThe
The New York alumni aluni of Wesleyan Weleyan Uni University Un University ¬
verity versity held their thei annual dinner last night nightat nght nghtat
at the WaldorfAstoria Wc ldorfAtorla Prof C T Win Winchester Winchester Winchester ¬
chester represented reprsnt the university unversity In place placeof plae plaeof
of President Preident Ilaytnond nayond who was WI unable to tobo tobe tobe
be present
What the university univerity needs ne just now is ismoney ia iamoney ismoney
money he said sid I have heard head with withpleasure withpleaure withpleasure
pleasure pleaure that Harvard Havard had a deficit defcit of oftOO
10000 tOO lost lat year Y0 Misery lIary loves company companyFor companyFor companyFor
For our ou size we beat bat Harvard lvad We need needhow nc neednow
how row at leant 10at 1000000 100 endowment ondowent to pro provide provide provide ¬
vide for the present and the Immediate Immediatefuture Imodiate Imodiatefutue Immediatefuture
future futue needs neds of the university universityIn
In introducing Introucing tho next speaker spker former formerCorporation forer forerCrporaton formerCorporation
Corporation Crporaton Counsel CuMel Hives tho toastmaster toostmasterspoke totler totlertpoke toastmasterspoke
spoke tpoke of himself bllelf as CI a reformer reformerI I I10m
I 10m am something of a 1 reformer reforer myself myselfnaid myself5til I IMid
Mid Mr Rives RiIs and reform reror reminds rminds me meof meof meof
of a story A stranger > who came to a acertain acertaIn
certain craln town saw sitw v a funeral there Whats Whatsthe Whatstho Whatsthe
the trouble Irolble ho h asked aked Oh nothing nothingwan nothingWa nothingwas
wan Wa the reply everybody is perfectly perfectlysatisfied precly preclylatsfed perfectlysatisfied
satisfied satisfiedMr latsfed satisfiedMr
Mr hives then said that the scholar In Inpolities Inpoltll inpolities
11 JVlS to
polities poltll mnkeM no more of a success succHa than thantho thanthe thanthe
the unccholarly un cholarly man Th Thl The greatest gratet force forcemaking forcemaking forcemaking
making for morality moralty and character charnter in incollege Incole incollege
college cole t Mr 1r Hives Rvo wild Is L athletics athleticsTho athldlC athleticsThe
The officers ofcer elected for the ensuing enuing year yearnro yeararo yearare
are To Frank Jrnk Hoynolds Heynldl president D L Robert Robertson
won viceprcHldent vlclprldent W B Wilson secretary secretaryand seorlJtnryand secretaryand
and W V F llamlall Randal treasurer treasurerHiform trel treesurerilcrornm lrcr lrcrIlrlrm
Hiform Ilrlrm In the Public Iullo School SchoolTo SchohTo SchoolsTo
To THE TiE EDITOR EIITOR or 0 TUB TIJ HUN HUNSir Sir Why is isit II Isit
it that the first frlt economy the Hoard onr of Edit Editcation EduclIton Editcation
cation clIton proposes strikes at the classrootnwork classrootnworkand ca classroom room work workad workafli
and ad not at atthuswarmns tho swarms of high salaried ofllclals ofllclalswho ofliclaisalio lcials lcialswho
who figure fiure on tho payrolls parrols as superintendents superintendentsami luptrintendrnts luptrintendrntsCnd
ami Cnd supervisors upeniKorF Tho suppression of the theentire thl thlentre theentIre
entire entre socalled socaled Board of Education Euucaton which whichseems whichIcems whIchseems
seems Icems to b be nothing but a clearing house for forsupplies forsupplici I Ilu111118
supplies lu111118 and Ind textbooks with power of life Ifu and anddeiith and1IUI anddtmith
deiith 1IUI over teacher tClcher and Ind pupil pupi would be the themost thslost timeumest
most lost monumental mon ulcntll reform of this generation1 generation1One Ilnlrton IlnlrtonOno genermmtionOne
One honest honlt man at the head hel of the thl Depart Department DIplrt DIplrtment Departmacnt ¬
ment of Education Educaton appointed Ippointld by b tho Mayor Mayorand Mayortiiid aor aorund
and responsible rcspnslblo to him as are Iro the heads helu of ofother otuthcr ofotiicr
other departments properly salaried slaied and andresoonsible andresoalible timidresoonsible
resoonsible resoalible for four rOlr deputies deputll could administer administertho
tho entire entro expenditures cXPoQ lturlH and details detais with a athousandth athollldtb athoiismimidtli
thousandth thollldtb part Plt of the present cost CKt of super uupervMiiK lupr luprvIMlnj supervislmmu
vMiiK vIMlnj the schools HchoolsIf Ichools
If tho present pfRnt outrageous outralOous expenditure for forwhat fOfwlul forwhat
what wlul Is absolutely 100luloly superfluous slpcrluoul Is tho product productof
of HID present prrJ t HOcalled Ioculcd nonpolitical nonpoIUlal regime regimeKVH rllnw rllnwliv8 rginmgive
give liv8 IB UI u I board bOld modelled loelpd on the Police Polce Board Boardand Boardunci Boardacm
and acm responsible rClponlhle to the Mayor tlor and Ind mini the people peopleThe ploplcnl peopleThe
The nl real rell animus of the board bld Is shown Ihown by
Its instantaneous JstlntalfOI > blow at It the salaries Mllarles of thu thuteiichciM thutuchels thuteachers
teachers tuchels The 1h Tim mixed Ilxld classes CIIIS8 where 180 59 a year yearcovers Jtlr Jtlrcovrrs yearcovers
covers the Increase Increull of f salary slllry per class CIISI nave navedone hnvt havedomie
done more to raise rliso the tht rationale rtonale of primary primaryschool prhnny prhnnycllo prImaryehools
school cllo ehools Illor I In mm hard neighborhoods ncllhborhoodl than any anymeasure anymll anynmaiumre
measure mll lre of recent years yeCrs A class of sixty sixtyboys flxty flxtyboy sixtyboys
boys of n certain cIrtlln typo would require rOlulre a prison prisonwarden prllon prllonwurdll prisonwarden
wurdll warden and n dozen d01tn deputies to t control cntrul while whileface whlf whiIthirty
thirty boys and thirty flrle girls what mother wOII1 wOII1raC woulti woultiface
face raC the lh problem or Interesting Interestnl and Instruct Instructing instructInl instructlag ¬
lag Inl them In II ODD 01 emiimsnmaii small slal room for a sIngle sllrlo day daynwy du daynitty I IIIY
nwy more mor easily olsll be 10 made so to conduct them themselves hel hemselves
IIY
selves sllv s AS to make teaching tenchlnl possible pORRllle and andllve andllvetor save savefor savefo
for fo Instruction Instructon the enormous enormoul waste Wltf of time timemid tme tmeInd timeiimmtl
mid Ind energy enlCry necessary nlcOllary for discipline dlaciplnu In con condlcthll conilmietitig ¬
ducting dlcthll u class c1 1 of the old type typeIct tneIet typoLet
Let the thl HiiiwrlntemlcntH 1llwrlltenrnt1 live I on their roy roynltlcs ro ronltlC roynities
nltlcs nltlC but blt upply their tlllr Insignificant InRhlltclnt salaries sllarll to tothe totn totii
the tn tii problem Irobl1 of raising fllHlni tho tIm classroom cll room standard standardin tnrurd tnrurdIn
in tenement tennlllt house OUlO districts Ilstrlct > not lot by 1 flinging flingingnsldt 111111 ttrmgizmgaside
aside Illd nil ul that Wit has hal been trained lallll by the mixed mixedcliins mlxrclcIILMtJ mixed mixedclasMs
cliins cIILMtJ clasMs < M and adding audlnl SIUN S2 supervisors illlervllrl to tho thooss thoIlroh timepayrolls
Ilroh payrolls to telch teach club swinging wlnglnl to 011 our news neWHbOR newsboys
boys oss us I Ii4 I the present 1rlnt Machiavellian Mlchluvclan policy policyof llHcy llHcyof
of our 011 penny penn wile wise pound pund foolish fooH h Board lr of ofEducation otdICltol ofEti
Education Eti dICltol lictit Ion CITIZEN jrtizENNEW CITIZENNEW
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thorpe torpe and aocfWu Was Accepted AcceptedTOLEDO Aeeptfl AeeptflTOL AcceptedToznxo
TOLEDO TOL Ohio Oho Feb FebiSThe 8 8The The marriage marriageIn mie mieI
In I n Detroit Dtoit of Miss Mi Rifle TUlbury TWbu of the theTwelfth theTefh theTwelfth
Twelfth Tefh Night Niht company cmp and ad I > E Wood Woodthorpe Wo Woodthorpe
thor thorpe stage Btge manager mngr for Nat Goodwin Goodwinwas Gowin GowinW
was W the thlrult result of a leap lop year ye proposal prp It Itappears I Itappears
appears app that tht Miss Mi TUlbury Tlbu and Mr Wood Woodthorpe Wo Woodthorpe
thorpe were lovers lover years yer ago ao and last week weekthe wek wekthe weekthe
the woman wom was wa playing in this thi city and the thoNat lle lleNat theNat
Nat Goodwin Gowin company in Cincinnati Clnclnral On OnSaturday OnStuay OnSaturday
Saturday Stuay night Mr Woodthorpo Wothorpo came to toToledo toToeo toTecio
Toledo Toeo to see B Miss Mi TUlbury Tlbuf Tilibur and met her at atthe atthe atthe
the theatre theatreAfter theatr theatreAfter
After Arer the show they met at the Tavern Tavernand Taver Tavernand
and had lunch luch together While Whie discuss discussing discl dlscuislag ¬
ing a smaU SIIU bottle botlo and a bird bir Miss 11l Tillbury Tillburypopped Tlbur Tillburypopped
popped ppp the question qUllton and the blushing blulhrl
bridegroomtobe accepted acpted He Ie followed followedthe foHowedtho followedthe
the fair far actress actrC to t Detroit Detrit and tho oero oerompny ar ocronmpny
mpny mny that made them one was Wa performed performedtlltE perrorme perrormeltl performedFIIfE
tlltE ltl PAX 1I IIXIJ 1C I I IV WOSIAXS hOTEL HOTKLWhen IWTJL IWTJLllrn hOTELWlicn
When llrn It I Was as Over Omerlhewontcn the Women OIUI In Their TheirMight TheirNllht TheirNight
Might Gown Sang a Hymn
BOSTON Feb 8 8Fire Fire in the Franklin FranklinSquare Frankln FranklnSuare FranklinSquare
Square Suare House Houe the womans womanl hotel at 1245 1245oclock 1245oclok 1245oclock
oclock oclok this morning caused calo a panic among amongthe amongthe amongtime
the 400 40 occupants Olpalti of the place pla but did not notresult notrsult notresult
result rsult in Injury except to one girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The fife fJ started stared in the bathroom bathrom on tho thothird thothir thethird
third thir floor foor and was wat filling IlmR the corridors corridorswith corridorswith corridorswith
with smoke when the watchman watchmn discov discovered discover discovemed ¬
ered er it He le pulled pule the special spcial fire fr alarm alarl box boxin boxIn boxin
in the building buidig and at the same 8me time lme rang rangan rangan rangan
an alarm which sounded sounde all al over the house houseThe hous houseThe
The women dashed dahe downstairs and out by bythe bythe bythe
the fire frccp escapes shrieking and screaming screamingJessie Icreamlng IcreamlngJeBie screamingJessie
Jessie JeBie Thornton Torton in coming down the fire fireescape lre lreecp fireescape
escape ecp slipped sUppd and fell fel breaking her ankle ankleThe ankleTie ankleThe
The Tie fire fr was W quickly extinguished oxtnguisll > l and andfive andI andfive
five tve minutes after tho firemen fremen arrived arripd the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women had hd become beme reassured rlurod Gathering
I in the reception reption room wearing wOrlng only their theirnight theirnhtht theirnight
night gowns ownl they the sans fnl a hymn hymnThe hymnTe hymnThe
The Te Franklin Frnkln Square SJltr House HOle was W originally originaly
tho home of the New ew England Conservatory Conservatoryof
of Music MUllc Two years Ylar ago it was W turned turNllnto turNllntoa into intoa
a womans hotel by an association associaton of philan philanthropic phian phianthropic philantimropio ¬
thropic men under the leadership leaderhip of Dr DrGeorge DrGeorge DrGeorge
George L Penn pastor pator of the thl Every Ever Day Da DaChurh
Church ChurchVOIIE Churh ChurhJWRB ChurchIORE
VOIIE SUOOTIXO SIW011 + O IX COAL CI 0 L FIELDS FIELDSTroops FIELISTroops JIS JISTop
Troops Top ordered OrdlrC to Coal 011 Creek Tenn TennNon TennNonUnion Non Nonunion on onUnIon ¬
union Jllner Miners Forced to Flee FleeCoAiI FleeCoa ee eeCOA
CoAiI COA CHKKK Tenn Feb 8 STo 8The Tho killing killinghero kiing kiinghero killinghero
hero yesterday by guards RllrS of the Coal Crook CrookCoal Crk CrkCOli CreekCoal
Coal COli Company C mpany of Monroo Black Back Jacob JacobSharp Jacb JacbShar JacobSharp
Sharp Shar William Wiiam Taylor and Henry 10nry Harmon Harmonunion Haron Haronunion Harmonunion
union miners mlnel Increased Incra8d tho critical crtcal condi condition cndi cnditon conditlon ¬
tion ton of affairs afair last night nightThis nightThis nightThis
This morning moring forty fort nonunion miners minerswere mncrs mncrswero minerswere
were fired trd upon upn and ad fled fe for their lives I VIs Gov GovJ Go GoJ
J B Frazier Fraer who was WI asked ake for military militaryaid mltar
aid has ordered six companies at Mary Maryvillo Maryyule Iar I
yule Knoxville Harriman and Morris
town to orders and equipments for
200 20 men shipped fhlppl1 from Nashville NashvilleGuards Nahvio NahvioGurs NashvilleGuards
Guards Gurs B J Iteeder lter James JamO Bolton and andCalvin andCalvin andCalvin
Calvin Burton Durtn who did yesterdays Ylterdays shoot shootIng shot shotIn shooting
Ing In were taken tken to Clinton Cinton today tay for trial trialbut trialbut trialbut
but as a feeling relng was wa strong against againt them themin tem temthe themthe
the haring wa was pstpne postponed George Cmp Cmpmanager Camp Campmanager
manager of the col coal compnnys business businessis u8InN8 u8InN8Is
Is under bond chrge charged with complcity complicity
in the killing kUlingWINDOWS kUln kUlnWINDW killingWINDOWS
WINDOWS WINDW CO DinTY DinTYEffect DRT DIRTIFacet i
Effect or the Persistent Cold Weathrr eatiier Con ¬
spicuous IplCUOU In Irookln IrooklnA Drookl Urookljn UrookljnA n nA
A circumspect circuspc housekeeper hOlekeper returning rettrln by bytrolley bytrly bytrolley
trolley trly from frm the te Brooklyn Dklrn shopping sopping dis district distrlet i ¬
trict to t IA her home in East New ew York was wasshocked WMshocke wasshocked
shocked shocke the te other oter day by what she termed termedthe torle termedthe
the te filthy fty condition cnditon of the windows of the theborough Ulebrugh theborough
borough brugh Naturally Naturaly she asked aked herself herselfwhy herel herselfwhy
why this tl was wa so 5 momentarily momenlrly attributing Ittrlbutn
wives wivesWhen wive wivesWhen It to t the te carelessness erel ns of Brooklyn Brokly house houeowives house housewives
When she got htome and noticed notce that her herown herow herown
own ow windows were as 1 her husband hU jall re remarked remarkl remarked ¬
marked markl unfit unft for publication publcton she recalled recalledthat realed realedtat recalledthat
that tat she had not had ha them washed wlhNI because becauseof Ieelle Ieelleof
of the to persistent persitent cold cld weather The servant servantcould serva servantcould nt ntculd
could culd not sit cut on tho window sill si with withthe withte withthe
the te thermometer therometer near zero and anr even If Ifshe i Itshe
she so had ha and had ba put a wet rag rg to t the tho glass glassthe gi glassthe
the Icy air all Instantly Illly would have made mae the thepanes thepane thepanes
panes pane look lok aa if i they tey had ha boon brn frosted froFtod and andthere andter andthere
there ter would be merely a spreading spreding of offrozen otfrzen offrozen
frozen frzen dirt dirtIf dirtI dirtIf
If I anybody anyboy does doe not believe helove that the thehousewifes thehousewlfes thehousewifes
housewifes observation obsevaton is is II accurate aclrato let him himtake himlke himtake
take lke a ride in the th districts d itricts of either eitlr fine finehouses fne fnehou finehouses
houses hou or tenements tpnelcnl tenerients and he will l find fnd it so soIJfe soUre soLife
Life Sentence for Blydenburn BlydenburnDES DIdrnblrl BiydenbumrgDES i
DES MOINES MOINE la Feb 8 SLife Life imprison imprisonment imprion imprionment imprisonrnent ¬
ment at hard har labor lbor was wa tho sentence 8ntenC im imposed Impel imposed ¬
posed pel by the District Dtrict Jtidgo at Eldom Edom this thisafternoon thi thiaferoon thisafternoon
afternoon aferoon on Ebenezcr Ebenezr S Biydenhurgrecently Biydenbimrgrecently Biydenhurg ydlnburgrcaly
recently convicted conviced of wife murder murderEntlngr murderEstio
rcaly murer murerEalnJ
EalnJ Estio Entlngr Slowly and Eating Ealn Less LtMFrom lfUFrom LessFront
From tilt Lancet LancetPopular Lantl LantlPopular LancrtPopular
Popular craze caze In matters malers of medicine and of ofhygiene ofbyrleno ofhygiene
hygiene 8t are re more mor often ofen than lhn not things to be de deplored deplored dopiored ¬
plored If I they are not actually actualy harmful they are aregenerally aC aregenerally
generally Keneraly ridiculous rdkulou and If they the are ar of no beneflt benefltto benelt beneltto
to the general rroerll public publouredly assuredly they are as a rule ruleof ruleot ruleof I
of equally equalY little lte advantage adlalare to the tic medical medica profes profession prfea prfeaAlan profeston ¬
Alan ton The net result rult Is most mot often a tine lne haul for to a afew I afew
few quacks quack and lou 10 and disappointment dlMpplatme for n Ilarre Ilarrenumber large largenumber largenumber
number of olpaUent patients It Is I with wlh considerable com complacency compllcency cornplacency ¬
placency pllcency therefore that we may view what seems seemsolmoit seemnlmoal aeemniaimoat
olmoit to amount to a craze crze at a the present time timeWe tme tmeWe timeWr
We Wr nitride nlude to the prevalent prvalenl exploitation eploitaton of eating eatingslowly eatnc eatncslowly ratingslowly
slowly and nd eatin rating less Ie A more generally lenrrIY bene beneficial benenel1 bentflcial ¬
doctrine could bnrdl be chosen fur the
ficial hardly chosn popu popular popular popular ¬
lar medical medica Idol of the moment A lay la contempo contemporary coniemporary ¬ I Irary
rary has recently reenUy devoted many msn paragraph paralraph to the thercseaches theresacbes thereseacliea
rcseaches and experiences eperlelee of an American mcrcAn gentle gentleman lente lenteman gentleman ¬
man Mr Horace Fletcher who has ha made It the thebusiness Ihebusiness theboalness
business of his hi life lre to demonstrate that most people peoplerat peoplecat peoplecat
cat too much and eat too fast Incidentally Incldenlaly he be believes beIe beiieve ¬
lieves Ie that a new throat broal reflex relcs has h been discovered discoveredInsuring dlcoverld dlcoverldInurnr dIscoverediMuring
Insuring Inurnr proper proler mastication mnUeaUon for the the slow feeder feederMr feederMr feeder5t
Mr 5t r Fletchers results have Interested In Ie rested physiologists physiologistsmid lh18101011111
mid many nf his hI experiments were wrre carried on em at atCambridge atCnmbrldre atCambridge
Cambridge In association Mocathn with wlh Sir Michael 11ehnc Foster Fosterand Foteron1 FosteranI
and other phystoloidsu phsolo lt at that place Ilnce As an en enthusiast entbuslMt enthustast ¬
thusiast Mr Fletcher sees Ace tn the reduction rdueUoa of the thoquantity thequanlU thequantity
quantity quanlU of food necessary neceslary for the tie Individual far farreaching tarreachlol farreaching
reaching reachlol results Croatia UIOII others th II the kernel Ierel of na national nl notional ¬
tional tonl military mitary success suecea by the simplification slml10enlun of the thecommissariat thecmmlsrlA thecommLssartitt
commissariat cmmlsrlA problem Napoleons NIlolcon dictum Ilclum that an anarmy noDrmy anarray
army moves on Its I belly bI Is to be altered niered and nld the theInstructed thr thcinstructed
Instructed Instueled army arm will wi hnrilly need leee n belly hel belt in move moveon nuweon nieceon
on Whatever may be the wide effects elcet of the adop adoption ndopthI adoplion ¬
lion thI of such a r system of fcedlnlr as n MrFlctche MrFlctcheproposes 1rICcho 1rICchoprposes MrFlelchoproposes
proposes prposes at any lay rate there can be b no question of ofthe 0 ofthe f fIhe
the Individual advantage avmlnlo that would ould follow folow In mos mosrases mosel nroscawe
rases el from such n course colne A similar simiar lesson In a aless nle8 a1CM
less le8 convincing eoavinelli fomi Is I of course the central point pointof pointof pointof
of the mysterious successes that attend Alcnd Mr Itarrloa Itarrloaheroine Harrlosberolae Itarriesheroine
heroine In his hi play pta of if Utle Ltte Mary and If I when lay laywriters IlY IlYwrllers laywriters
writers deal with medical subjects subJecllhcy they were nlwAYs alwaysto
to it work In such directions dlreUon the medical profession professionwould professionwould profesaionwould
would welcome them as a valuable viluable cooperatori Iooperalor as asIndeed asiadeCd I IIdeed
Indeed we do In the case cIe of Mr Horace Fletcher FletcherThe tlrlcherTh fIeichmerThe
The Th Weather WfnthcTThere WratherThere WeatherThere
There was wa colder weather over nil ni tin Ih country countryycstcrdayN countr countryyestcrdayan
ycstcrdayN cstenav n area of high hllh pressure prlc was wa moving movingsoutheastward movlnr movingsoutheastward
Mutbeatward southeastward from frln thu jh Dakota OakolA and Minnesota Minnesotawith 3lnlesoln 3lnlesolnwlh Siinnesotmtwith
with wlh a cold eld wave Zero fro weather covered coverd all al the thoNorthwest theorthwesl tlm tlmiorthmweat
Northwest and the Lake Lke regions The lowest was was2rt was21t
2rt 2 degrees der rees below zero zer at Moorhrad Mine 1Inn The Thezero Thezero hc hczero
zero line lne reached rcncbe south to southern soulher Iowa and Ne Nebraska Xcbraka 5e 5ebramka ¬
braska braka and ad was l fast moving Into the central eentrn Mis Misolsslppl MI MIIIMlppl Missiaslppl
olsslppl and Ohio Ohl valleys nleys It 1 should Ihould be colder colderhere clder clderber colderhere
here ber today The cold will wil probably prbnblY last 14t two or orthree orthree orthree
three day dayLight dayUrht daysUght
Light anow fell yesterday yalprday In I Ohio northern northernPennsylvania norher northernPennsylvania
Pennsylvania and northern norlher New York due to ad advancing advarnl advancing ¬
vancing varnl cold fair weather wether prevailed prevlled In all al other otherdistricts olherdblrlcta otherdistrIcts
districts districtsHigh dblrlctaIlh distrIcts111gb
High Ilh northwest winds prevailed prevnled on the middle middleAtlantic middleAtante middleAtlantic
Atlantic Atante and New England l coasts coastsIn eOAI eOAIIn coastsIn
In this city clt the day was clear cear and colder wind windbilsk windbrisk windbmlsk
brisk and ad high northwest norlhwta average humidity hUlnldly 49 49percent 48per a aper
percent per cnt cent barometer barmeler corrected correcte to read ad to sea level levelat levelat levelat
at 8 A M 2803 2113 3 1 > M 3015 3015The 016 016be ai aihe
The be temperature yesterday yeterday as a recorded rcorded by b the theofficial theomelal theomclai
official thermometer Is shown abow In the annexed annexedtable annexediable
table
1M4 lo 11011 103 1804 11 1903 1903AM 1103 1503S
S AM A M 28 3TIBPM 31 ct ii Pt p M 20 21 3 30
12 1 M 1 2r 2 8 Il 9 PM P M IN IN3KM as 1
3KM 3 l 23 13112 U 12 Mid U Hi HiWAditlNaTON 86W ItwstnzNoTowvoazcAsT
WAditlNaTON W wstnzNoTowvoazcAsT AJnNOTONFO FOBICAHT JCAIT volt IR TODAT TOPA AND TOMORROW TOMORROWfar TONOUROWfor TOMORRowFor
for tatttrn llerl Neu NeV York Hit Dlitrlcl of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Coumbfa CoumbfaJor ColumbiaMartland
Maryland Jor Imd Drtauart Drlolor New Nel Jetiev Je and eastern olm Finn Finnnltanla Prll Pennsvlrifllio
nltanla IJfo fair totav fodall loda Incnartnt Imidlntu Ildn tomorrow tomorrowfrttlt fomlrf tomorrowrsJ
north to nartiuatl Kind KindFor windFor
frttlt frui rsJ lo norIal Illd IlldFor
For New England nrJad fair far tairand and ad continued cntnued conilnuedeold cold cld lodjy lodjytartly iodsyprtlj y ypartly
tartly cloudy tomorrow tomorrw fresh r b north wind wle windS
S
TRIES TRIS TO DIE DI IN I BRIDAL BRIAL COIN COINPOLISH GOWNPOLISll OWNPOLISh
POLISH GIRL GRL THROWS HERSELF HERSELFIXTO lERSELF lERSELFINTO HERSELFINTO
INTO XEWTOWX NEfTOJN CREEK CREEKFound OREEKFound CREEKFound
Found That Tt the Man MI She Was to Marry Al Already Alredy Already ¬
ready redy Had a Wire WUeWent WifeWent Went to Altar Atar With WithHim WithHim Vh Vh1m
Him 1m on Sunday Nundayump Jump From Fm Itrldce Itrldcelands UridieLmtniis dse dselml
lands Her Ier on the Ice leeShe IceShe She Is I Rescued lUseiiedDriven Reonrd RescuedDriven
Driven to deperator desperation by the belief that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the man to whom she was wa engaged engge to bo bomarried bemarried
married marie had a wife living lving Eva Gonska < nska
20 years Yll old of tf India and Huron Huronstreet Hun Hunstrot Huronstreet
street strot Greonpoint Grenpolnt jumped jumpe Into Nowtown NowtownCreek Newown NewownC NcwtownCreek
Creek C from frm the Green Grn Omcenpoint point pint drawbridge drwbridge early earlyyesterday ealy ealyyeteray earlyyesterday
yesterday yeteray morning moring in an attempt aempt to end endher endher endher
her troubles troubl beneath bneth the murky waters watersTho watel watersThe
The young woman wOlnn wore wor her wedding weddingfinery weding wedingtnery weddingfinery
finery tnery The drawbridge which spans Ip1 the thocreek thecrk timecreek
creek crk between btwIn Long Lng bland Islna Isian City and Green Greenpoint Gren Grenpint Greenpoint
point pint is always crowded crowde particularly pricularly in intho Inthe inthe
the early larly morning mrlnghour hours and hundreds of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men and women boys by and girls grl on their theirway theirwny theirway
way to work In the many mny factories facorie In tho thoGreenpolnt thoGrenplnt theGreenpoint
Greenpolnt Grenplnt section aelon of Brooklyn Broklyn saw the thedesperate thedperate thedesperate
desperate girl as I she Ihe clambered clambre over tho thobridge thobrldga thobridge
bridge railing ring A cry cr of alarm alar was wa raised raisedbut rise raisedbut
but before broro she Ihe could be b restrained rrtrlne she was wason wason wason
on the tfo outside of the railing rlng and had haddropped hd hddrPPld haddropped
dropped into the creek crek below belowNotwithstanding belowNotwithstanding belowNotwithetandimig
Notwithstanding tho thaw of Sunday the thecreek tbecrek thecreek
creek crek is I st ill I partly parly blocked blocke by Ice 1 and in her herdescent herdecent herdescent
descent decent the girl landed lnded on a big floe fo Do Determined Dotennlnl1 Doteranined ¬
termined tennlnl1 to die she rolled off 01 the cake cke of ofico otICl ofice
ice ICl into the water but her lace shawl still stillclung aWlclung stillclung
clung to the edge ege of the ice 10 marking the thespot tla tlaspot thespot
spot where wher she disappeared The ho commo commotion commoton commotion ¬
tion ton and the shouts ahOlts dlppare of the crowd crwd on the thebridge thebrldgo thebridgo
bridge aroused Capt Louis P Williams Wilal of ofthe otthe ofthe
the New York Central Centrl barge Arrisley who whoran vhoran
ran rn out onto the deck dek in scant sent ArSleYlho ArSleYlhorn attireHo attireHocaught attr attire le lecaught He Hecaught
caught up a long boathook boathok and as I the th un unfortunate unfortulto unfortunate ¬
fortunate fortulto woman WOIUI rose to the surface ho hofished beffhe hofished
rs
fished ffhe her out and hauled her to the th deck deckof dek dekor deckof
of the barge She was sent to St Johns JohnsHospital Johnsl0pltal John a ahospital
Hospital l0pltal in Long Island City Ci where whar It Is Issaid 18said issaid
said she will wl recover recoverThe recovorThe recoverTime
The young YOlng woman womn Is Polish Pollh and un unable unable Unable ¬
able to speak apaK English I nglsh but through an Inter Interpreter Intlr IntlrprteI Interpreter ¬
preter prteI she informed tho police that she shewas shewa shewas
was wa engaged to be b married rred pU to a man named namedJohn namedJohn namedJohn
John engage Hoyman leyman who lives lves in Groenpoint Groenpointand Gronpolntand Greenpointamid
and that on Sunday they went to a church churchin
in Elmhurst Elmhurt but didnt go Inside Later Latershe Ltr Ltrshe Latershe
she says saYI she Ihe found that the man was WI mar married mlr mlrried marnod ¬
ried and ad had a family famiy Tho police plc were wereunablo wer wereunable
unable unabl to verify her story stor or find fd the man manwho ma mawho manwho
who she says B deceived deClved her Later Ltr in the theday thecay theday
cay day it was WI learned lared by the police plc that on onSunday 01 onSunday
Sunday a man giving tho namo of John JohnDrynov JohnDrnov JohnDrynov
Drnov Drynov a Russian RUlan Pole and Eva Gaskov Gaskovwent Glkov Glkovwent Oaskovwent I
went to St Adalberts Adalbrs Polish Polsh Catholic CatholicChurch Catholo CatholicChurch
Church in Elmhurst Elmhurt on Sunday to bo bowhen bomarried I I
mared married but but the prcst priest in charg charge IYS says that thatwhen thatwhen I
when they got to tho altar altr the girl refused refusedto rtusd rtusdto
to be b bemarried married mmed although Drynov Drnov grl offered ofero her
church 100 10 to together togther become bcmo hl hi his wife we They left the thechurch thechurch thechurch
AS TO YOUR WATCH WATCHIt JITOl I
It I It I Varies lrlll arIes but a Second or Less Ltsl a Day lay It ItMay I ItMay
May lay lie le Counted Couted a Good 00 One OneTbo OneThe I IThe
The man with tho good go watch finding findinghis fnding
his hil timepiece tmepiece running runnin a little lto slow took it itin itin
in to t the jeweller jewlUer of whom he bought bught it to tohave tohave tohave
have it set Rt The ho jeweller jeweUeropned jewelleroponed opened the th thawatch thawatchat watch watchat
at the bock b to get at the little lte scrap of paper paperthere paperthere r rthere
there kept upon which was Inscribed Ilcrb the therecord thereord therecord
record reord of previous previou settings settingsIt lotng
It was wa lastsot latset he sold Bd as a ho glanced glancedat
at thin thll paper prI on Oct 14 1 and tills tlls is Feb Febmarking
4 marking a pericd prlcd of approximately apprximatly four fourmonths rourmonl1The fourmonths
months monl1The The watch is II now one minute and andtwentyfive andtwentyfe andtwentyfive
twentyfive twentyfe seconds aconcllow slow or in other words wordsIt word
It has lost eightyfive seconds secnds in say sy ono onohundred onehundrd onohundred
hundred hundrd and twenty tWen y days dy So the watch watchhas watchha watchhas
has ha varied varie but bu a trifle trlte more than tha two twothirds twothirds twothirds
thirds of a second sond a day which whch is i doing doingvery doingvery doingvery
very well Indeed IndeedAs Imlo indeedAs
As a matter of fact among aong the very verybest verybest verybest
best of watches watchel some might vary as 1 much muchas mucha
as a a second ond a dayor thirty thity seconds secnds a month monththough monththough monththough
though some watches might not vary more morethan morethan motethan
than ten or twelve seconds slondl a month It Itis ItII Itis
is II conceivable concl vable that a watch might run abso absoI absoutoly absoutoly
I utoly true but that would woud bo bt something somethingverv
very remarkable remarkableI remakahl remakahlI
I m a b liUnlliar iiia fact that no two loco locomotives loc locmotve bcemotives ¬
motives motve though made from the some sale stock stockof stk stkof stockof
of material materia and from the same 0 patterns pttr at ntthe atthe atthe
the some se time tml will wi run exactly excty alike alke in all alltheir alltheir
their performances prformancV and the same 8e is true trueof trueof trueof ali
of watches wathos You ou might take lke two watches watchesof watche
of the highest grade grae and ad just alike alikemade alke alikemade I Imade
made from the some 8Le stock at the same sametime sle sleUmo smitetime
time and Ind nd by the same workmen and they theywould th theywould y ywould
would not run exactly exacty alike though tho thodifference thodiference thusdifference
difference diference in their running runing would be b very veryslight veryslht veryslight
slight
slightFrom slht From lom one cause rus or another watches watchesmav watchesIV watchesmay
may IV vary in their thrir running rnning A watch wath that thathad tht ththad thathad I
had run rn fifteen fftn or twenty seconds Bcnd slow slowone elowone slownero
one month might run fifteen Iren or twenty twentyFecond4 twentyrcondl twentyseconds
seconds rcondl fast flt another and then ten it might mightcome migh mightcomae
come back to tho true tre time And so at antimes atUme attunes
times months after it was sot ot it might mightseem mightFm mightseem
seem Fm to be b keeping exact time timeI Ur timneBut
I But more mor commonly cmmonly a watch would wouldhave wouldhve wouldhave
have hve a uniform uniror variation variaton running nlnlng fast flt or orslow orplow orslow
slow and a thoroughly goodwatch godwatch running runningwith rnnig rnnigwith runningwith
with such a variation would woul of course cour bo bopractically b beprmmcticnlly
practically a perfect time keeper keeperTo
pmctcalya prfect tmo kfpr kfprTo
To sum it all al tip it can cn bo b laid down d w as asa Ma asa
a general proposition prpsiton that tht a watch that thatvaries thatvaries thatvaries
varies but a second Bcond or less 1111 in n day ry or but butthirty butthirty butthirty
thirty seconds Mconts or less le8 in il a month w i surely surelya surly surlya
a good watch wath and one on that varies rOt as C yours yourshas yourshM yourshas
has done donel but a trilling trllnp fraction frcton more mor than thnntwothirds thantwothirs thantwothinis
twothirds twothirs twothinis of a second Bcond a day rv in four months monthsIs montl
Is 1 a very good watch wltch and we wont touch touchtho touchtho touchthe
tho regulator rgulator 11 well wel just set 8t it and ceo eeu 1 what whatit wht whtIt
it will wi do next time timeDoes UrI timeDoes
Does DOF it hurt a watch to lay It down on onito onill onits
ito ill side tldo at nielit nilht to put it for instance instanceunder 1nlnC1 1nlnC1under instanceunder
under your pillow piow Why Vi put hy putting it under underyour underyour underyour
your pillow II0w may iflft bo b a good thing thinl to do doto doto doto
to protect it from burglars burglar but it is II not notgood notgood notgood
good for forthe Iho ho watch watchIn wntchIn watchIn
In use us a watch is carried In a vertical verticalposition vertca vertcaposiion vertlcai vertlcaiposition
position posiion which is il the proper position pORlton for fori forit
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will wi have tho satno > alo bearing bearinl at both ends endsWhen endsWhen endsWhen
When tho watch is II laid on 01 its skin Ildo there ther in inHomn Ii issome
some slight slght deviation from tho uniformity of ofbearing ofbarin ofisearingshlgimlbutsomncthing
bearing barin isearingshlgimlbutsomncthing slinht sl h but something 80mcthlnl and it U I very veryprobablo ver veryprobable
probable that if instead ilHtelul of putting > Uin your yourwatch YOUrwatch yourwatch
watch watch under your pillow piow at night nlg It you should shouldleave Ihould Ihouldleao shouldleave
leave it In your waistcoat pocket poket and hang hangremain halg halgyour hangyour
your wal waIstcoat tcoat lp tip FO so that the watch would wouldremain wouldremain
remain by night as well wel as 1 by day in what whatwo whatWe
we might rllht call cal Its ia natural position po lton It would woulddo woulddo woulddo
do even bettor than it has done doneIt dOlI doneIt
It I Is II really aly Interesting hlterltng to think that a awntoh awatoh awatelm
wntoh will wi run so long 10lg as I It i does dos without withoutfreshening witout wIthoutfreshoihing
freshening rrsholng Inthocasoof Inthocleof most m0t machines machineswe mahines mahineswe
we havo oil 01 cups CUPI over the bearings hp s from fromwhich frm frmwhlrh fromwhich
which whlrh n 1 lubricant is fad f d constantly constanty rn or we weoil wooi weoil
oil oi tim bearings bearnga frequently frulnty But there arc nrono nr arcno
no oil oi curm clips or reservoirs reservoir of any sort in a awatch awntch awatch
watch When en it is cleaned cleanld there ther la put on oneach onpaeh onenelm
each bearing bparnl this thf me meoil most tnfnit Infinitnsirnal < llmal drop of ofOllld ofoil
oil Ollld and that suffices sufficesThn Iufe sufficesThe
The bearings barnll to bo b sure ur are ar small ImaH but butsomo hutomf butsome
of tho wheels of watch make
some omf whles a in tho thocoursfi thoeour thecotirmue
coursfi eour of a year an enormous enormoul number nlmbfr of ofturns otturnF ofturns
turns turnF or movements movementl and th tht the watch should shouldnot Rholid Rholidnot shouldnot
not be run indefinitely Inrlfnlely without wihout attention attentionA attonton attontonA
A watch should IhoultlJ be tn cleaned cpaned as I oftorfas otorl once oncoin onooIn onceIn
in eighteen months monthsVAir monthF monthFRJ monthsNEI
NEI VAir RJ YORKER ORI KILLED KULIW IX CAXADA CAXADAVrrnon CANHMtron CAN1II11Vernon
Vernon tron Johnson Jol18on nolltd Rolrd Between cars carsS140OO ar irs irs5140W
114000 S140OO In IIU ii Iockrl IockrlOTTAWA Iolkft IolkftOTAWA IockctODIAWA
OTTAWA OTAWA Ontario Ontaro Feb 8 8Veron 8Vernon Vernon John Johnson Johnlon Johnson ¬
son lon formerly of New York died in the theCentral theCntra theCentral
Central Cntra Hospital HOlpltalToronto Toronto tonight as the theresult thorcult theresult
result rcult of injuries received rClve by being crushed crushedbetween crushedbetwon crushedbetween
between betwon two street strEt cars cl A few days dys ago agohe agohe agohe
he attempted to pass s in front of a amI car and andanother nndanother andanother
another coming oomlnl in an opposite oppsite direction directioncaught direion direioncught directioncaught
caught cught him Ho le was badly crushed cshe be between botwon between ¬
tween twon the two His Ils body boy was twisted twistedand twllte twistedand
and he was hurt hur Internally InternallyIn Internaly InternalyIn
In his h pocket pockpt when picked picke up ho had
510 14000 drawn from the bank lank that afternoon afternoonWith aferoon aferoonWith afternoonWith
With this ho Intended intende to open a grain busi business buslncss busifloss ¬
ness In Toronto TorontoJohnson TorontoJolnlon TorontoJohnson
Johnson Jolnlon originally came from New York Yorkbut Yorkbut Yorkbut
but has hl been living 11lng in Detroit Deroit for several severalmonths sverll severalmonths
months monthl Ho le leaves IOve8 a father and half halfbrother halfbrother
brother in New York He was WIS well wel known knownin
in the stock stok market at Buffalo Bu1alo The body boy boymely
is liljely to be taken to Now York YorkM
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Executors Sale SaleTHE SaleTHE SaleTHE
THE FIFTH AV A V ART GALLERIES T
366368 6 368 5th Ave near nea 34th si siON 5 5ON stON
ON FREE EXHIBITION EXHIBITJONI
187 Canvases by the late lateGeorge lateGeorge lateGeorgelnnessNA
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George GeorgelnnessNA GeorgelnnessNA5uperbly Inness I n ness NA NASuperbly N A ASuperbly
Superbly Representative Reresentatve of the theDifferent theDiferent theDifferent
Different Diferent Epochs in his Splendid Career CareerThis CareerThis CareerThis
This is an Opportunity of Unequalled Unequaled Importance Importancebecause Importnce Importncebecause
because at the close cose of the PRESENT SALE there will wi be NO NOMORE NOMORE NOMORE
MORE INNESSES WITHIN REACH of PURCHASE and be because b bcause because
cause the CANVASES NOW OFFERED WERE so INTI INTIMATELY INTIMATEL INTlMATELY ¬
MATELY Y IDENTIFIED with wih the MASTERS MOST BRILLIANT BRILLIANTphases BRILLANT BRILLANTphases BRILLIANTphases
phases that he bequeathed them in personal legacy to his wife wifenever wifenever wifenever
never to t be Amoved emoved from her homeuntil home unt until her death deathSALE deathSALE I ISALE
SALE at PUBLIC PUBLC AUCTION in il these Galleries Galeries THURSDAY THURSDAYFRIDAY THURSDAYFRIDA THURSDAYFRIDAY
FRIDAY Y and SATURDAY EVENINGS February 11 1 12 and andat 1 1at 1
at 815 8 t 5 oclock oclockv ocock
v Catalogues Cataloguos on Application ApplicationWilliam Applcaton ApplcatonWiiam ApplicationWilliam
William Wiiam Clausen manager for the Executor ExecutorJames Executor t tJames 4 4James
James P Silo Sio Auctioneer
SHOT A WALKING DELEGATE DELEGATES
SEA S t C CAJTAIV APT 4TI AIX SAYS IXI rw UNION OX JKV JKVTHREW tiIX1IlIfEIl W W1I1RJ
THREW 1I1RJ MUCKS MUCKSHe J1WKS J1WKSle
He le Sass SI8 Ho le Fired to Scare 200 00 U of Them ThemWho Themho TimenIiiio
Who ho Were Trying Tln to Call al Oil Ui the Non NonInlon Nonlnlon NonUnion
Union lnlon Crew on Ills Ils Ills 11 Schooner SchoonerInjured SchoonerInjured hoo r rlnJufld
Injured lnJufld Man Mot ot Seriously Hurt HurtCapt lort lortCapt hurtCapt
Capt Simon Smith of the four masted mastedschooner mastedI maudedschooner
schooner Jacob Jach S Winslow of Portland Portlandwas Porlnd Porlndwas
was arrested yesterday yesteray afternoon afernoon for forshooting forshootng forshooting
shooting shootng Frank Jrank Anderson Anderon a walking walklnl dele delegate deleI dolegate ¬
gate of the sailors Mior union aboard his vessel vesselCapt velel velelCapt vesselCapt
Capt Smith Sn th when arraigned arrigned before Magis Magistrate Magistrate Singletrate ¬
trate Pool Pol In the Tombs Tmb police plco court was washeld washeld washeld
held in 1500 150 bail bai for examination examinaton today todayTho todayTe todayThe
The Te Winsjow Wi ow is tied ted up nt Pier 0 East EastRiver FstIver FnsfRiver
River Iver and is loaded with paving brick brickwhich brickwhich brickwhich
which Miller Mier < k Houghton are sending to toHavana toHavan toHavana
Havana Havan Cnpt Cpt Smith Smih had figured f ured on onleaving onleving onleaving
leaving leving port yesterday yestery with a nonunion nonunioncrew nnunion nnunioncrw
crew crw but as ho was wa about abut to cast off of tho tholines tholnes thelines
lines lnes a number of members membr of the sailors sailorsunion saion saionunion sailorsunion
Smith that thatthero thatthero thatthere
union scrambled scrmble aboard abar Smih says ys
thero were 200 of them themThey themThey themThey
wer 2
They urged the sailors salol to quit and had hadalmost hadalmot hadalmost
almost almot succeeded succoded in getting getng the crew away awaywhen awaywhen awaywhen
when tho captain cptin interfered Inlrfend He was wasgreeted wal walgtd wasgreeted
greeted gtd with a shower of bricks he gays gaysand sasand saysand
and was Wi compelled cmpled to t take tke refuge in his hiscabin hiebln liLscabin
cabin ebln where wher ho got a revolver and returned returnedto retured returedt
to t the deck There was W another shower showerof bowerof
of bricks brickl on his hi reappearance roapplarnc ho pays payIand payIandhe and nndhe andhe
he fired frod his hi revolver rolver to frighten th tl thai men menaway menaway metsaway
away The rh bullet bulet struck Anderson Anderon in tho thocheek thoehok thecheek
cheek ehok Inflicting Infictng a sliRht strht wound This Thisto ThiKou Thiscaused
ou caused the Injun d man and hi his companicml companicmlt
to t run rn away awa to tho Old Slip Sil poh pol police station stationwhere stationwhere stfltioflwhere
where they got Policemen Polclen Edwards Edwurd and andJohnson anu anuJoheon andJohnson
Johnson Joheon Abo ho arrested Cnpt Smith SmithAnderson Hwlh HwlhAderol1 SettithAnderson
Anderson Aderol1 denies that tht he boarded boa nled tho thoschooner thochooner theschooner
schooner > or that he threw bricks brlckl Ho says Eayshe Eas Eashe sayshe
he was Wa acting actng as a a delegate for tho union to tocoax tocoax tocoax
coax tho nonunion Donunln crew crw to join the organi organization organ organizatlon i i7ton ¬
zation 7ton and he was WI talking to thorn quietly nuiotlywhen quloty qulotywhel quietlywhets
when whel Capt Smith came llO along and shot shothim 6hothim shothim
him himGreat himGrat Great Grat excitement exciement was caused cnl ed at the theheadquarters theheadquarter timeheadquarters
headquarters of the sailors Blor union by the thoshooting theIhoot1g tImeshooting
shooting Ihoot1g Its II rooms are ar at 31 South street streetacross streetacos streetacross
across acos the street Rtrt from frol Piur 9 I To 0 prevent preventthe preventthe Isreventthe
the possibility of violence violenc tho vessel Ye el left leftits lertil leftits
its il berth orth pslbity and dropped drppd down the bay after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the shooting shootingSLACKAXDTAXS shootng shootngILACKAITAS shootingIJLACKANIT4XS
SLACKAXDTAXS RULE ItlLEForce RULEForce
ILACKAITAS 1lI 1lIoree
Force oree Chairman Ulllrmnl ClmalrnianofAIabania of Alabama Ilrpubllcan IlrpubllcanCommittee lellhlean lellhleanCommitee IlepublicanCommIttee
Committee Commitee to Call Cal Another Anottlr Meeting MeetingMOBILK Jlretnl SletingSionny
MOBILK MO LF Feb 8 8Te 8The The Republicans Republcans of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city havo received reive notice notco that Chairman ChairmanWellman ChairmanWelman ChairmanWehlman
Wellman Welman of tho Republican Repuhlcan State executive executivecommittee eXctve eXctvecommt executivecommittee
committee commt to has obeyed obeYl1 the thl call cl of the ma majority majorty majority ¬
jority jorty of the members rembe and ani called cal1ll a meeting meetingof meelnl
of the committee to be held hero her hem on 01 Feb
10 The Te purpose purpOo of the meeting metng is II to make makesome lake lakesome makosome
some changes cbange in the call lI issued luL1 by b Chair Chairman Chairman Chairalan ¬
man Wellman for the State Statl convention cnvcnton to tobe tobe tobe
be held in this thll city on May ar 10 10Chairman 10Chairman 10Chairman
Chairman Wellman Welmn says 81S ho will wi not lw lwable heable Itoable
able to alt atend attemtd end the th mectinnrhero mtetll hem He repre represents rpro rpronts reproSeats ¬
Seats nts the thl Lily LI Whites Whies The Hi tall mi was WCS forced forcedon forcd forcdon
on him hil by thai tm BlackandTannwho DacknndTlm who are ar for forRoosevelt forHoBVlt forRoosevelt
Roosevelt HoBVlt and ald appear apllar to liuw hUYI things their theirown twir twirOWI tlmtirowls
own OWI way in Alabama at thin thl time Tho Thoexecutive ThoeXlcutho rimeexecutive
executive eXlcutho committee llllttt of ff the Ninth district districtmet districtmet districtmet
met in Irlngham Iiirmiimghant liirmiii hani today und called caled a aprimary 1 aprimary
primary prmar for April Apri10 10 There Thlm Is I no opposition oppositionto opmiton opmitonto
to Congressman Congrl8man Underwood UnderwoodHark lTmlelwood lTmlelwoodlark UmideiwoodBark
Hark lark Ashore shorl Yellow rlow eIloss Kcvrr e Aboaril AboarilSpecial AimoaniSpecial
Special Ctible ibie Daiintch to T11K SUN SUNHAVANA 5135HAVANA
HAVANA Fob H 5It It is reported from fromMananillo from fromSlanzaniilo
Mananillo that u Norwegian bark is nstioro nstiorothere mislmortthere
there Several of the barks crow died diedwhilo tiledwhite
white on tho wny from from Mexico It is iVureii iVureiithat fvnrtdthat
that their deaths were duo to yellow fever feverThe feverThe
The health authorities mire investigating investigatingJOTTIXdS rnvestlgatimtgJOTTIiGTtItUf7
JOTTIXdS JOTTIiGTtItUf7 AHOVT TOHX TOHXNew I OIr OIrNew
New Yorli otlt HnptUls have revived the protect fna fnaa to toa
a denominational hcadntmrtrri herr nn the itlaa itlaaof tdaiof
of Trcmoiu Temple In ilojton Tin1 1 ii llaiiilst Min Ministers mmmnLsters ¬
isters Conference U to neat a committee or live liveto liveto
to determine upon a course or action nctlnnDistrict actionDictrict
District Attorney Jerome called up llnrmuh llnrmuhPresident utorirrrhPresident
President Ahearn yesterday amid conitritulated conitritulatedhim
him upon the work of mf renovating the Criminal CriminalCourts rlasloniCourts
Courts llulldlnjt which was begun ILI soon UK Turn Turnmany rum rummany
many got In Jerome hail been trylnir for two twoyears tatyears
years to genii the Hon I mu Jacob A t Cantor Into clran clranini cItazming
ini U up upA lipA
A fellowship has liccn njrnnlcil by Coluinbli ColuinbliUniversity CnimitntilaUniversity
University to Snmurl Iuras Joilil n llrnhniln llrnhnilnstudent Ihrnhrmtimstudent
student In economic and allied nubjeelH A Japan Japanese Isparmat ¬
ese at two Canadians and two Knifllilirmii alto at nuld nuldColumbia niltiCuiunmhla
Columbia fellowships fellowshipsPresident fellowshIpsPresIdent
President Jomtiers ompera nf the American Federation Federationof
of Labor has Isa offered to adlnst ad list the differences of ofthe oftime
the two waiters unions In this thl city cndi of which whichholds whIchhold
holds hold that the other Is L a sham Ills olter has been beenaccepted becimacceimled
accepted and he will meet the rcpresentallves of ofboth ofboth
both unions In the Ashland House on Friday FridayAnother IrlilaiAnother
Another union the tim Amiliamated Carpenters CarpentersSociety CimrtmetmtersSociety
Society has tia Mimed the Lh arbitration agreement nf nfthe f ftbc
the Ilulldlnz Trade Kmployers AssoclaUon Its Itscase I Is Istasc
case had been held up until It scttlnl Its differences differencesAltli dhIercnressillm
Altli the Ilrotherlmod of Carpenters
A Unrestricted Sales SalesAmerican SalesAmerican
American Art Galleries GalleriesSIAIMSOV alleriesMADmS4J
SIAIMSOV SQUARE SOUTH NEW TORE TOBKOn TOREOn
On Free View View9AM
9 9AM A M 9 9AM 9AMto A M M6PM
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The Valuable ValuableAntique ValuableAntique
Antique Furniture Furniturei
Including desirable specimens of ofAdams ofAdams
Adams Queen Anne Sheraton Chip Chippendale Chippendale ¬
pendale Hepplewhite Louis XVI and andColonial andColonial
Colonial Mirrors Candelabra Clocks ClocksSilver ClocksSiWer
Silver Pewter Brass China Glass Glassand Glassand
and numerous other Antiques AntiquesComprising AntiquesComprising
Comprising the extensive stock of ofMr ofMr
Mr C McCarthy
218 220 Toylston street Boston Bostonwho Bostonwho
who is now no retiring from business which whichwas whichwas
was established over 60 years ago agoUnrestricted agoUnrestricted
Unrestricted Public Sale SaleOn SaleOn
On the afternoons of Thursday Friday Fridayand Fridayand
and Saturday of this week weekat at 230 230oclock 230oclock
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BY THE LATE LATEJ LATEJs
J Js H DOLPH N A AConsisting AConsisting
Consisting of one hundred and sixty sixtyexamples sixtyexamples
examples that are representative pleas pleasing pleasing ¬
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Unrestricted Public Sale Saleby Saleby
by order of executors executorsOn executorsOn
On MONDAY and TUESDAY TUESDAYEvenings h hEvenings
Evenings next Feb 15 and 16 16at J Jat
at 830 oClock oClockThe
The sales will bo conducted b7 b7THOMAS byTHOMAS
THOMAS li 1UHUY of the thaAMKWCAN theAMEIllCtN
AMKWCAN ART ASSOCIATION Manager ManagestOast
8 Oast Hast 23il si Mndlson Square South SouthOHIO SouthOhio
OHIO DIXXER TO TAFT TAFTThe TAFTTue
The Secretary of War Enr Will Talk About the thePhilippines thelluiIiiluines
Philippines on March ft ftThe L Luitut
The Ohio Dub Society will hold an army and andnavy andnavy
navy dinner at the WaldorfAstoria on onMarch onSiarchm
March S ut which Secretary of War Taft Taftwill Taftwill
will be the guest of honor LioutQen LioutQenChaffeo LieutOenhatfec
Chaffeo who is also on Ohioan will be there thereA
A tiutnher of prominent inen have taken takentUkotH takentieketmu
tUkotH for the dinner and to hear Secretary SecretaryTaft Secretarylaft
Taft talk about the Philippines The Thesociety Thesociety
society held its regular monthly mooting mootinglast meetinglast
last niKht and listened to n lecture on th thKlondike fbi fbiKbondife
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