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DONT DONT DtflT1NSTRUCTSYSGUFPBY DtflT1NSTRUCTSYSGUFPBY1tNXIOtiS INSTRUCT SRYSGUFFB SRYSGUFFBAX10US SAYSrGUFPEIANXIOUS
ANXIOUS THAT XEW YOtt YOttBREACH YORK YORKl YORK4Cil
l BREACH 4Cil SHOULD NOT OT WIDEN WIDENnjn WIDENlun
njn J D Men Ien Are M Talking of a CompromIse Compromtsien
I en Instructions for Parker am amMoClclUn and andUoCllUan nd ndflOClClIfl
MoClclUn for Governor or on N NInitrnotlons No Nor NoIogtrUotlOfl <
r Initrnotlons bat bu Parker Park Ireftrrtd PreferredCol IreftrrtdCol
Col James M Quffoy Domocratlo na natjonal nat n nton
t tjonal ton oommltteoman for Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMd
Md NormAn E Mack Domocratlo natlona natlonacommit nationalaommittlCman natlonammltteemnfl
commit aommittlCman tpeman for New York had h d a long lonitalk longtalk
1 talk at tho Holland House last evening eveningnd
I and nd d Inter Col Co GufTey before leaving fo fopjttubiirB for forPittphlr forpjttbirg
pjttubiirB had n tnlk with other oth > r Demo Democrale Democratll Democrat
MId nolclTliiro MIdThflre aldTliro
crale crat Col Guffoy Gnn
Tliiro has been discussion In some somiquarter someqfl5rter me meq11arttII
quarter looking to tho abrogation of th thunit the thennit thetntt <
unit rule I ask k Why should not the unit unirulo unitruW unitilo
rulo ilo l ho adopted The Demooratlo national natlonadflognten nationaldtk nationaldelegat
dflognten dtk delegat > latf have been bound by the unl unlrule unit unitrule unitrule
rule for many yearn past It is not a ne nething new newthln flSWthing
thing thln and allc it is I the very essence of th thDemocratic the theIl themoCrntiO
Democratic Il > mocrntic doctrine that the majority majoritjshall majorityshnll majority8hfl11
shall nile rll The State convention of Penn PennEylvimui Pennwhich PennviVTh
Eylvimui viVTh which will bo held on April 10will 10 10rill 19wili
will w lIot > t instruct In truct for any PrcHidontlal can candidiriv canelidn candIdn
didiriv elidn Tho doltgates dfll I1toll will he free until untittrir untilth untilthir
ttrir th lr arrival in St Louis Lou Then after I Ifull a arull afull
full uixl ulI < l fair dlfcusslon dl cul < Mlon of t candidates am ampartv and andpllft andrt
partv pllft rt principles they will decide what whaccurso whatCOUrolJ whatCc1r
ccurso Cc1r to take Lk0 and nllll8 as the majority decide decideBO decldellso
BO tho tiI entire intir delegation will go
1 1 am al greatly Interested d in ii Democratic Democraticgucyftw Democratiocontlnucd Domooratlouc
gucyftw uc continued IltiflhIi ColGulTey Col 0u1To lUfft and I am ana amIri1I1 ama
a friend of if Hill and and Murphy and McCarren McCarrenand McCarrenDd
and Dd ytt rvt I know they th will pardon me If IfMT 1 1iay
MT oil < wildly that I Id do not believe IfIIo e the Demo Democratic Democrnth Demo1LII ¬
cratic 1LII delegates It ntes from from the State of New Ne York Toriihnuul Yorkhoul1 YorkIhhII
ihnuul go I instructed < l to St Louis I believe believitin believethA believethe
tin the New t York delegation will be far stronger HtrongeiU strongerIlltd
U Illtd ItdMi it iI not go instructed for foranycandidate foranycandidatepenlrats any candidate candidateDemocrat oandlcatoDtmOrntH
Democrat all over the country are looking looklnjtoward lookingtoard lookingtownI
toward Now ow W York State and I believe tha thaK that thatIf
If the tlI delegation I I ltgntlon ntlon in I instructed by the Alban Albanoon Albany Albany0nV IbanyOJlIeJlr
oon OJlIeJlr 0nV veil t ion of I It April A prill8 18 all of antagonism theantagonisnto the antagtnlsmto
to any an particular tlrt iciiiar candidate will be developed dovelopecby dovelo d dby
by the th f friend of other Candida undldatlt tea I lean leannot can cannot canriot >
not wiy too UP pointedly or too frankly that I Ido I Ido IIIt
do not Iwlievo tho > ew York State delega delegation delegation delegaticn ¬
tion should be instructed instructedI
I believe the Democrats pf Df t New York YorVState YorkState YorkEtate
State should get et together before bef r8 their con convention conwntiollis conventlon
vention wntiollis is held and come to a more friendly friendljtmderstnnding friendlytmdIItnndlnjt friendlyunderstanding
understanding Already the Democrat Democratiof
of the ho United States are disturbed at what whatoccurred whatoecurlE whatoccurred
occurred oecurlE < lln in Albany on Saturday Saturday last InJ < t as a ii iiwas It ItWaS itwas
was then indicated that Now York State StateDemocrats 8t SIteemocrats te teDemocrats
Democrats are pretty evenly divided by bjtwo bytwo bytvo
two powerful powerfullnterctJil powerfullnterctJilCol interests interestsCm interestCni
Cm Guffey uffiY has talked with most mo tot of the UuImportant theImrrtnnt theLrportant
Important Democrats from other States Statesend StateRIJI Stateimnd
Imrrtnnt end IJI he has been spoken of as I the most mostlikely mOlltUkely mostl1kel
likely l1kel candidate to succeed ExSenatoi ExSenatoiJames ExBenatorlamE3 ExSenatorJarirs
James K Jones aa chairman of the Demo Democriitic Demoornllc Democrtic
criitic National Committee CommitteeFriendfl CommitteeFriendR CommitteeFrirds
Friendfl of William J Bryan at the Hoff Hoffman Hotl1In Hoffran ¬
man 1In House made one or two important importantitatements ImportantJtatllments importantEatements
itatements lost night They had to do dclth doIth do1th
lth Mr Ir Bryans recent visit to New York Yorldty Yorkcitr Yorkcity
city when he was asked point blank th thquestion the thequMtlon theqiastJon <
question If the candidate of the Demo Democratic D Demooratic > mo mocrntlc ¬
cratic national convention at St Louis li linot l lnot Is Isnot
not to your liking will you bolt Mr MrBryan Mrry MrBryan
Bryan ry < Ul was nettled by this question qu > tlon and anddeclared anddeclared anddeclared
declared it to be impertinent and he de declined dlclinoo deeiini ¬
clined to answer it Itor or in any way to give an arInkling anInklin anlallin
Inkling Inklin of what his course c urse would be In cone conethe CIIJIethe casethe
the candidate candl te was not to his liking likingMr likingMr likingMr
Mr Bryans friends have discussed this thispotion thllllIItion thisqrstIon
potion lIItion many times tlm since his return to toJncoln tocoin toincoln
Jncoln coin and every now and then they theyj theyban
ban j ve made the statement that Mr Bryan Bryanto Bryannow
to now only 44 years old and that the time time1will timeri timewill
will ri surely surel > come when the Democratic party partywill partywill partywill
will be ripe to nominate him again for the thePresidency thePreshloncy thePresidency
Presidency They admit that Mr Ir BrYan Brvancannot BrYancannot Bryancannot
cannot bo b nominated this year but they theyhave ther the thehave
have hopes that ho will become the candi candidate cnnddate canddate ¬
date In 1B08 1B08So 1008So 19LSSo
So the friends of Mr Bryan who told toldthe toldtJJe toldthe
the story went on to nay Ra ay that while Mr MrBryan MrBryan Ir IrBryan
Bryan and William It Hearst hope to con control control control ¬
trol onethird of the Democratic national nationalconvention nationaloonventlon nationalconvention
convention at St Louis and thus preventthe prevent preentthe preventthe
the nomination of any candidate not to totheir totheir totheir
their liking Mr Ir Bryan under no circum circumstances clrcuhlstances circurnstances ¬
stances would ould bolt the convention even If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the candidate does d not plea please > him In every everyparticular Eeryparticular everyparticular
particular t they went on to tOlaythathe say that he had no nointention noDtntlon noinfrntlofl
intention withjiln with hlt political ambition to be bePresident bePreeident beresident
President constantly oontanl r before he fore him of o f he becoming hecomlnga hecominga ¬
coming comlnga a bolter Jolter of a Democratic Df > lIocrntic national nationalconvention nationalc nationalconvention
convention conventionThen c conventionThen > > 11eutlon 11eutlonThen
Then these friends of Mr Ir Bryan ex exikiied ex1141led oxp1aiid
ikiied why w11 he wouldnt bolt and it was wasecauso wasbecai I IbecaUJ
becaUJ ecauso > < of the Palmer and Ruckner episode episodei
In i 1890 when OA itiderondeut IlIele > Jdfnt candidate candidatethey candidattlI candidatesthey
they tlI received only inn121 l act votes oltll all told In Inthe luthe inthe
the United State StateTalk StnteHTalk StatesTalk
Talk of compromise was thick in the air airlast airlast airIsst
last night III Domocratlo circles Two Twopropositions Twopropoitionfl Twopropositions
propositions for the bringing about of har harmony harmony harrnony ¬
mony between Charles F Jo Murphy and andDavid andDnld andDavid
David B Hill and Senator McCarreu wentalked wen wertt4lkeel werotalked
talked of by b Hill men Ono of them was wasthat wasthat aR aRthat
that if Mr 1r Murphy turJlII would consent to the theInstruction th thinstruction thothstnietiozi
Instruction of the New ew York delegation for forJudee forJt1d forJudge
Judee Jt1d Judge e Parker Mr II Hill would agree to tho thonomination thoI thenominarioti
I nomination of Mayor ruvor Mcilellun Ici lelll1n for Gover Governor Govlr1I0r Governor ¬
nor Tho li other wns iai that peace might l he hebroupllt bebroght > e eMcCarren
broupllt about b 1ftWOfl t w < Cn MI h Murphy and Mr MrMcCarren tr trI
I McCarren by I the passage of a resolution resolutionby
by tlii tt Detnocrntle State convention ex expressing exPrt oxprrsin
pressing Prt prrsin In the preference pnfer UCf > of the th convention conventionfor
for Parker without actually actunll instrcuting instrcutingthe
the d dplepatf dplepatfMr d1oitosMr < > legates legatesMr
Mr Murphy went to Atlantic City It Itrdar yes yesterday yesterda ¬
terday terda rdar and IIII nut Ills friends would not commit committhemselves committhem comnltthncIve
themselves them dS to nt nn expression e of opinion opinionbut opinionbut
but it l can be h 1W5Uil > ooa said fI for McCarren that he hemight h hmight hemight
might be u willing to compromise < f > on thebnsix thebnsixof the IJlIiI IJlIiIor tiasbof
of the Ui paftsagt lns < It by the convention of a reso resolution rpolution resoliticr ¬
lution favoring rnorlll the t he nomination of Judge JudgeParker JUdroParhr JudgeParI
Parker ParI r Comptroller rn1it roller Grout who line allied alliedhhnw allidhhnelf alljIIhlinlf
hhnw hhnelf > lf with Senator McCarren said lat InstBight lalitnfEht lattigli
Bight that I ho I thought t such sici a plan ian would wouldbring wouldbnnlt votildLrirg
bring harmony Iarnlculv between Mr r McCarren nnd nndMr anrlfr cliiiMr
Mr fr Murphy ufJlhr ufJlhrnhsnluldy
An A r itbsoiutely I Ill 1 I instructed pst nh ted delegation delegationis delegat
is not nlwuyn dfKlruhlo ml ho Ii said and it itmav Itma itT
mav ma T bx b thin t iui t some scm such RtlpKewtion sultltEI < tlon 1Cm as this thisrill t liiii liiiiwill
rill brine the I hi two t Htctlonx toijetlier tClltll > r The Thebest Thebest fliet
best t v it y to Ii obtain ilicniiiigli hnnnony
Is by thfiMtiing I 1 r u ug out dlfforenceH differ ic of if opinion opinionI opinionI6Jolll11 1 lii iiion iiionI
I I6Jolll11 should I think I ii II1C that t lint Mr Ir Murphy iI could not notobjprt notobjPt itotchj
objprt chj t to t 1ie t ii convention puttinfc putt in g itself itselfon i I self selfon
on renrd rr i rd us II dewlritiK I led ring th thH I I iii nomination nitinluat ion of a acertain ncertain aeertan
certain candidate aic ildate while vhi Is that lint might nil g lit nlf aiM aiMm dee deern > o offlwt
fflwt m r the I f wishes wi lie of Mr Ir McCarren McCarrenIt
It J is i evident that New Xe Yorkmust take takeiomo takeIOme takernn
iomo rnn load ad in the convention The whole wholecountry wholeCOUfltrt hole holecountry
country U l looking to New oIc York State to totamo tonUDon todab
nUDon dab tamo a rundidate punrllclntEj and if the delegation delegationconvention dolegationtrom
trom thiH State IInould houid go to the national natlonuloonpntlon nationalcoflvyi
convention coflvyi jUfl without a preference for some somecandidate flomlcandida somedantiiit
candidate candida how itowean can it expect to hold the lead leadyhloh loodhaWhJch loadhkh
yhloh haWhJch hkh tlio ti greater number of the States StatesMVP
MVP hae 1 already accorded to it itIn ItIt itIn
ItIn In political circles c1rc In this city last night nightft
It wan wa said that Mr Grouts purpose in inopenly Inopenh incpeth
openly openh coming out as a supporter of Mr MriCCarri
McCarren iCCarri was the expectation that if the thejuuned
111 11111 lorclll control the State he will III he helUmed 10rantl
juuned lUmed as the t II Democratic nominee for foruoyemor
uoyemor Ooemor It is known that tho Comp Comlltroth ¬
troth trothlIer troller lIer is i no longer on friendly frlendl terms with withe
the thm e 1 Iwad I of ffl Tllmmany Hall TL1I He T t tMoused has hllBIrOUSl hasO1sel
Moused O1sel < 1 enmity among them because of ofjus at1shr
jus Lia 1shr refusal flllal to fill some existing vacancies varonci08ID
10 ID nu his it ofllco with Tammany Tamman men and be beJu beet1e Je JeUIIe
Ju et1e UIIe e ho Ii has declined to jnako removals removalsin remomlllhorder
in is horder order to provide places for Tammany TammanyIrfntl
Mherenls Irfntl s
John II Sparrow tho supervising ac acwuntant aceounUtnt anOUT1t1itit
wuntant of the tli Finance Department re reJigned re11gnEi resignrd
Jigned 11gnEi jeatcrday pitlrda to rosilme private busi busiBWS buslInstead busiritatl
BWS Instead of giving an opportunity to topw towe
pw we who Oil control the affaire of the ad administration adrnlnstrntlon adrrJritrntton ¬
ministration to fill this place with one of offaithful
Ir Ih faithful the Comptroller COfnptroller decided that thatwere thntere that4tre
were ere was aR no need 1I > d for or a successor Iucces or to Mr Mrsparrow MrMow
sparrow SttIrrnw Mow and wrote to the Civil Service Servicewith ServiceniI4ln rvlce rvlceliiOn
niI4ln liiOn Hklllg them to abolish the thollhrp theiwitli
iwitli with llhrp regard re aril to the ParkerMcClellan ParkerMcClellanWd I Irdn
r rdn rdnlof i lof cr ailitistriient ment a friend ot Mr Hili I Ia
Wd lant I a s IlIlht IlIlhtPd jsht
11 1 understand that lines to bring Mr Mri iIr iIruhr
Pd u uhr or hull Mr JIll I together have a1 a1ea allirowit
t ea Ipn i thrown out It Is proposed proposedomination Pt ° P °
that 5 a eotnroziiielelialL be I > e clTecte ffect4d < 1 hy
I Le omination nomlnat on of Judge 1iiiIat 1 1Min Parker for PleIl Presioct
dent oct Min of if Mayor Iuvor McClellan fi filed for Governor Governoram
am led 1 > 1 to undcrKMmd lnderHl md that thl this would wouldPt wouldr5
r5 Pt Prlrc > rfcrlly tl nw n nttittaliio < ntablo tt ttn to Mr 11111 who whoJlIOlifl whoIs
Is taIiie JlIOlifl thnt tlllm shall b be harmony harmonyIt
It i HIAln n oonlItlon oonlItlonIh onventori onventoriivlT1111
t ivlT1111 Ih Mr Jlr 11111 thinks that with Judge Parker ParkertWLr
I Nrfrutfj < tWLr WJUI can LT4lirT carry < < lfrY the Uir UUUUll count country J 411111 411111v and andC lndD lnda1
a1 v lH ht11 > n old thaI Mr tr Hill la of t the ther theoPinion
D oPinion lloal 1 with with either lIIcClellnll or Qrout rout routji
ji b Lbp tlr > kit for Governor with Judge JudgefOr
fOr r r 01 t the IIr th head of it the Democrat Democratc
n c esrr flrr rry tho Statnir RIato Mtstflby7S000 h 75000 In the Inter Interof
WH of n i TTMI j L AL ALPf
Plile llr JlIII would consent to the theth
Pf 1n1riatlrn thr r on of MoTlellah for Governor Governorst GOvtTflorolght
IUlit th st 0VPht olght Aht to satisfy aatl f Mr Murphy
P iue IU 1i e with oUI th President Femes of th UtI
I e ei
i
AJderraerV tu IUIM Mayor irorTammany Tammany would wouldstill woulfitlll Would Wouldtlll
fitlll tlll oontrol the citys administration
Of course cour courseif elf if Judge Parker doea notge notgenomination not Jef Jefthe get getthe
the nomination for the Pre8ldencv Mr Ir Hill Hiliwlllundoubtetlly Hillwill
wlllundoubtetlly will undoubtedly endeavor 10 llave iave the thenomination thenomination
nomination for the Governorship go o to tli the
Judge Should Mr Murphy reject tli tliolive the theoUve thecilvo
olive branch which has hI been b > > n held out t thim to tohim >
him Mr Hill will keep up the fight and 1 1Judge In InclUle incase
tlghtl
case ho controls this State coml1nt convntlon on and
Judge Parker la l nominated at St Ixwi Ixwithe lonlllthepro Louistheprobability
the thepro theprobability probability ab1l1ty la that Hill will come out 1 1favorof In ii iifavor
favorof favor ot ofComptrolleramutfor ComptrollerQroUt Cmptroll rOrout for Governor GovernorROBERT OovemorROIlERT GovernorROPEIfT
ROBERT TAKER OK DEAD DfAIJThe DEADThe A It ItThe
The Actor Suecnmbs to Consumption n amptlon a at atsaranaa atSaranso
8 saranaa r nmo lake LaklIUI III HtBte Career CareerA arlrr arlrrA
A telegram received Worn Saraimo Lak Lakyesterday Lake Lakertflferday LoJeyesterday
yesterday morning announced the death dealthere deaththere deaththere
there on Tuesday TutI < day night of Robert Taboi Taboithe Taberthe Titherthe
the well known actor who married Juli JuliMarlowe Julia JuliaMarlowe JuliaMarlowe
Marlowe a number of years O III ago and lw lwon had hadbeen hadbeen
been living In England for thelaflt the last five or orsix orsix
six years ears until his return to this countr countron country countryon
on Feb IS 11 1 > in search of health healthMr healthMr healthMr
Mr Taber was the BOn of the late 0 C CTuber CTaber CTuber
Tuber a cotton merchant and was horn boriin
in this city 39 g years ago He began hi hicareer his hiscnrcer hiscareer
career In amateur theatricals and firs firsappeared tlrlltal firstappeared
appeared > poared aa a a aprof professional > IIIlonal in 1883 with withml withme
Mme al ml Modjeska winning his first grea grea8UCCCSH greAt greAtsuetII8B greatsuccess
success suetII8B as Claudlo In Measure for forMeasure Measure
In 1891 he joined Ml dIM s Marlowes company companyplaying companyplaying
playing loading Shakespearean ShakOllj > larean part companYd am amwinning anwlunlng and andwInning
winning laurels In theeeand In The ThttlIuDC1h ThttlIuDC1hback Hunch Hunchback Hunchback
back and in The Love Lo e Chase In whicllant whichlast Which Which1111it
last piece Mrs Irs Drew frequently appearec appearecwith appeared apPfarldWllh appearedwith
with him himHis himDil himHis
His married life with Julia Marlowe was waishort WIIBshort wasshort
short and after his separation from from her h hwent he hewent hewont <
went to England where he appeared fret fretin tlrHtIn Ira IraIn
In January 1888 with th Sir Henry Irylnj
in the part of Wens In Pet PeterUle PeterUleOnat Peter r th thGreat the theGreat <
Great at the Lyceum Theatre Theat He playEd playecMaedufl playEdMacduff playedMacduff
Macduff to Forbes Robertsons Macbeth Macbethand Macbethand Macbethand
and in 1000 appeared in Bonnie Dundee Dundee1at Dundeeat
at the Adelphi and later In The Mummy Mummjond Mummynnd Mummyand
and the Humming Bird with Sir Charles CharlesVyndham CharpsWyndham CharlesWyndham
Wyndham in Wyndhama Theatre Last Lastyear LalitYIar Laitroar
year roar he played in III leading part parts in Quo QuaVadls QuoYadls Quoadia
Vadls adia at the Adelphi and in BonBur1 BonBur1at
at Drury Lane LaneFour LaneFour LaneFour
Four years ago Mr Ir Taber had a severe severeattack severeattack severeattack
attack of pneumonia aa the result of hardwork hard hnnlwork hardwork
work and the trying Knglish climate and andhe andhe andhe
he was never again itt good ooci health He Heand Hehad Hohad
had arranged to hne 1 a theatre of hill own ownand ownand
and a play of his own for the coming fall fallwhen fallwhon fallwhen
when he wan I stricken with tuberculosis o othe of ofthe ofthe
the throat and hl his death became onlv i iQuestion 11 11question aquestion
Question question of If a few months He waN prac practfcally pme pmetcally ptnoj ptnojtteally
tfcally sinking 8inklngwhen when he arrived here throe throweeks throeweck8 threewocks
weeks ago o He went to the home of hi hisister hisister his hissister
sister Mrs l re Holt the wife of Henry Holt Holtthe Holtthe Holtthe
the publisher at 711 Madison avenue avenuewhere ayonuowhElre avenuewhere
where he remained r remalneduntil ml necfuntll until about a 1 week ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when accompanied by his I fI mother a phy phyeioian physlolan pItysioian <
eioian and a I nurse he wont to Sarnnac Sarnnaclake > iaranaoLake aranao aranaoIake
lake Chart l11arltiR w Taber his brother went wentto wentto wontto
to Saranao Lake yesterday morning U Uarrange toarrBnlte to toarrange
arrange for the funeral funeralMr funeralMr funeralMr
Mr Tatarfigured last I Jlt year aa corespon corespondent cOlefpondent corospondent
dent in a divorce suit brought bv Arthur ArtluuTIT ArthnrWytI ArthurWyndlaniPlayfalr
TIT WytI WyndlaniPlayfalr ll l Playtl r 1 r against A Tf hill wlfe I who whounde whounder 1 1under
under the stage name of Lena Ashwell Ashwellmade Ashwellmade Ashwelimade
made a great hit in London as Airs Dane li liMrs In InMrs inMrs
Mrs Danes Defense Later she sup supported BliPportEd supported
ported Sir Henry Irving in Dante Hoi Hoihusband Horhmband Hernusband
husband who is l a son of MajorGen Playf Playfair Playfairanti Playfairand ai aiand
and a nephew of the distinguished surgeon surgeonLord BurgeonLord surgeonLoid
Lord Playfalr Play fair Is l himself an actor of ability
He came to this country last year as a mem member member niomher
ber of Charles Hawtreys company H Hseparated He HeI Heseparated
separated from his wife about two yean yeanago vearsand yearsago
I ago and the divorce trial was WI to have haebeen haebeenlIela beet beetheld beenheld
held this thl spring springObituary springObltuar springObltuar
Obltuar Obituary Noted NotedJc NoteJ oIes oIesJ
Jc JcHenry J Henry Hfonr llentzof lIfntz of the flrm rIn of Whit Hent Hentphi lIlntzCo iIentzCo
Co wholesale IIql10r tlealeril or ltilncJel ltilncJelphla Piiicdeiphia
phi phla died suddenly of heart dlswis a ahis at athill athis
his home In that rlty Cit yesterday He H wa wahorn was WIIShorn washorn
horn In Philadelphia and was a lion on of JacobHentz TacolHcntz Jacob JacoblItntz
Hcntz with whom lie became associated li libusiness III IIIhn81n8ll1l InhiisInes
business He > was a a member mpmlt > r of the > Union 1nlotknown lnlonl1l11le Union1eaRte
1eaRte > l1l11le th the Masonic rrrltrnlt tratrnity and was In Interl81ed interested
terl81ed In the ll1donh home IIn Was a well wellknown wellknown
known in this city cll He owned Jtxw IOO city cll lots lotsID lotsIn lotsin
In The > Bronx between the Morric Iorrielark Park Uace Uacetrack hlieetrack 3ce 3cetrack
track and the Mount Vernon line He re recently rt6nll reenti ¬
cently 6nll obtained a 131000 judgment acalnxtthe acalnxtthecity agaInst the thtit theit
city it of Mount Vernon rnon bccaiiso bPall o n aystem Irsrt > m of ofdralnajre ofdralnalle ofdrainage
drainage constructed conAtruct d by JIll city elt flooded floodedhis 1I0odpdhlR floodedhis
his property Hn leaves a wife and one on son sonJohn on onJohn onJohn
John P Foley editor of the Jefferson JeffersonCyclopedia JetfprlonCcloppdls JeffersonCyclopmdis
Cyclopedia and long well known In news newspaper nWApllper newsIs ¬
paper iper circles ctrcl s died on Monday lol1ds at MM hi home 71 711ierrepont 11Iiprrepont 71lerrepont
1ierrepont Is ntrwr lit r r Brooklyn in his Blxty Blxtythlrd lht lhtthird Ixtv Ixtvthird
third year and WHS burled yesterday Mr MrFoley MrFoleywas Ir
Foley Foleywas 011 was born In Dublin Iretahd JretlIIIun Iretat laiid and t after afterKrndtmtfnc aftergrsluatttia InrICflldllritltt
Krndtmtfnc from Trinity Trlnlt College ColIlClJn 4n In his hiseighteenth hlHyear hl hlelgtiteentli
eighteenth year came to this country He Hebegun HIbellan Hebegan
begun his newspaper carper on the Washing Washington ¬
ton 10 Ioal oof nod was nubwauently ub quJIU connected connectedwith tonntctedI
I with the Vfw ttIJ York Tribune Tin TII > HUN Ht and andIiad andother endI
I other pIIp papers For or the IWI jest three ers < h hhad he heI
I I had been with tin tt osmourapnlo Company Companycif omplny omplnyof
cif I Broadway Three twins 111 anti a daughter daughtersurvive d ilnighiterI lllfhtr lllfhtrI
I survive Aurv1 him himMis hImlta
Mis 11 lta Kllzabeth S Marlette widow of James JameiJ
J Murlette a former orator owner and editor ot otthn orI ofthe
I the Schenectady bleltacJ Etoiing fliuD Mardied Slttr died last even evening eenI evenIIg ¬
ing jn IIg In that Ihlt city tit I of paralysis IIHllrRII She was 11 In Inlier Inblr Inher
I her eightyfifth lgIOlrt < h yeur lllr On in her mothers mothersoide motherst
side idl silo sIt li was wa a descendant dpsendant of the Xewklrk Xewklrkfamily Xeklrkrnmi XewkirkI
1 t I family rnmi fnntil of the Mohawk Iohn wk Valley Vnile nipY her grand grandfnther gnd gndI grandIntlier
fnther fntherhhlltaptOarttXpwklrkonfof being taptiarrett CaIt Uarritt Xewklrk one of the theheroes th thh theheroes
heroes h roP of the Revolutionary Ipvolutontrr War who figured figuredprominently Ourldlrolllell figuredlromllietlt
I prominently lrolllell ly In II the history hl t < t of the Molwwk MolwwkValley Iollwk IollwkI IohtiwkValley
Valley as one 111 Ite of the th MinutoXlen Mlitiit lllt In of 76 Hh Hhis Rhl Site SiteI
I I is II < ule survived lrvhed I by h three thrle sons flv five grandchildren grandchildrenand grldehidrtn grldehidrtnd
and d three thr greaterandchlidren greaterandchlidreniiU Irltrnndchl < nn
LOIib4 iiU Wleser teser a well i ell known klown artist utlt aDd a aveteran I aveteran
veteran tttran 10110 of th the civil thllmr war did At his l home hOle In InWashington InWlshlIn inWashington
Washington WlshlIn yesterday yp8INdo In the thl sixtyninth sixtyninthyear RlxtYllnth RlxtYllnthfar sixtyninthyear
year far of fr his hl cite Jl 1 lie was a born hor in tiurlsruhe tiurlsruheiermany Curll Carlsruliekrtnany < ruh ruhcrrllY
iermany anil situ 110 came to the th United States Htlttl In In185N
crrllY 185N 1 lie 111 was as 1111 commlHslonrd a Lieutenant Lieutenantin UIInant UIInantIn
in rH Company COJPln oIriliafly fp C First Flr t Maryland larrlln1 Cavalry in in1WJI InlRl
1WJI lRl participated JArtlclpatt11 III many mnn battles bnttt and was washeld WftMheld 1
held h Iln a prisoner rlonr for or twenty llnlr months mOlths He t was washonorably WOl wasIionoraoly
honorably honfbl dlsdliargeit dlsllhnrllll In 1863 1863Horace 18 18lorRe lS6ihorses
Horace Stevens HteteIH for many years 3O1 en u i well wellknown wel cellknown
known lorRe financial man ml1l of IIMY Boston Hotm dld on onTuesday onuIRdo1 onTucadnY
Tuesday He wan wn II director of 11 f the Globe GlobeBank CiQbe CiQbeluk Globe11811k
Bank luk of Boston le and was Wi nt one aie time Irn Its Il Prod President Pelll Pellldent Proddent ¬
dent For or several years en II lie h was wnl president of ofthe oftht ofthe
the Chicago and Eastern t ISU Illinois Ilnos Hullroad HullroadFor Hulrond HulrondIOr ItallroadFor
For IOr the th ChlcAlo past PUlt decude cJlt1d he hnd given Rlven practically practicallylittle pI practicallylittle II ctcn I
little attention to t business Ilslnpl matters mit mat ter tore He Hewas le liewas
was IUlt 0 born Irlm Iteltln in Il Boston HORtl1 host on in 1837 A I wire wI fe and andseveral ancJvprAI nndseveral
several vprAI children chldrn survive IilrIo him himlen hlnlIn hintJim
len Henry Boynton of Maine alnfO an In officer officerwho omCtr omCtrrho officervho
In lenr In the he civil died diedvcHterday d id idvosterday
who won distinction I ohl war dlld dlldffltfrdu
dllltllt < 1
vcHterday ffltfrdu Wtl of heart hlrt trouble In Augusta Ultl in that thatState thntlilh thatutah
lilh utah State ngert IItd 73 3 He 11 took u I leading leldlll part In Inrescuing Inrettnll1 inresLiiint
rescuing rettnll1 Kansas iaulCR from frol border bor l ruffians and andproslavery andrroHIAver andproslavery
proslavery rulo tub In 1856 1 56 He II < was admitted admittedto Idmltfd Idmltfdo
to rroHIAver o the Bar in the tht lnlled States Htolt District LllltrcCollrt LllltrcCollrtIII Court CourtIn
III KUIIMIIM In May la iseo IS6 and nerved Jed ns a > re reporter reIoter reortor ¬
porter Ioter ortor 111 III the Kansas Ixglslnture IxglslntureHenry lpgislnturehenry llslnturt llslnturt1pnr
Henry II Sheldon Hhlllon 41 4 yearn pur old the senior seniormember Ienlor Ienlor1tlhr seniornteiuisr
member 1tlhr 1pnr of I the flrm frm firm of II i II I Sheldon A Co Comerchandise CO1 CO1mprchondl Comerchandise
merchandise tll brokers brokrl of Water ater street ltrfct died diedin dlluIn diedIn
in his home t In Hloomfleld Boomfeld N J 1 yesterday yesterdayWestminster yesterdayof pStrday pStrdayof
of pneumonia lie was 11 memoer inember of th thWestlllslpr the theWestminster
Westminster Presbyterian Irshterlnn II Church the theRonrd thoRonrd theBoard
Westlllslpr Ronrd or Trade and First Ir t Ward Wlra Cllrch Republican RepublicanClub ltpllblMn ltpllblMnIub RepublicanClub
Club Iub of Montclalr Montcair Ills Is wife and two chll chlldren chl children
dren survive him himMiss himMiss himMiss
Miss Maria llrll 8 Dirgen whose who Holland Hollnd an ancestors anceRtorll ancestOrs ¬
cestors settled llted on Bersen Berltn Bereh Island now known knownns knownOi
ns Bergen Beach nearly nlarly nearty three centuries ago ngodied agodlecJ agodied
Oi died on oh Tuesday ue at the home of her niece niecoMrs nltco nltcoMrl nieceMrs
Mrs < Charles Chorl1 B Cilover Goer 34 4 Clarkson Clnrklon street streetFlatbush strptt strpttFlathuRh streetFinthush
Flatbush In her h r seventyfifth fvnlnrth year lr Hhe Hhehad Hhehod Shehad
had been bln connected with wih the thl old Flatlands FlatlandsDutch Flatanda FlatandaDutch FlntlandsIMitch
Dutch Reformed ntrorm d Church since her childhood childhoodLieut chldhoocJ chldhoocJIleut childhoodLiout
Lieut Frank P I floss GOfA U 1 S A I retired retred a aveteran aetuan aveteran
Jrlnk
veteran of the civil ch war war died lit his hil home homeIn
In Washington on Monday ronda Paring the thl war warfjeut warJJeut warblent
fjeut JJeut Cio looM s served lened in the Ninth Indiana In Infantry Infontr Infantry ¬
fantry and was later appointed oppalnttdn n Second BecordLeu BecordLeutenant Lieu Lieutenant LIeutenant ¬
IS
tenant In the Ninth Inth tegular Helular Infantry He Hewas 10 10wall Hewas
was retired rptred as lS a First Flrl Lieutenant In December IlCmber
1889 for disability disabilityCharles dlRablty dlRabltyChariIl disabilityCharles
Charles ChariIl 11 Burgess BmlMA n prominent business businesscity Ilflnl Ilflnlnlan businessman
man of Washington 1 died at his home In that thntclt thatcity
city clt on Monday Iolda In the seventysecond Ictntstcondjcur Ictntstcondjcurof year yearof
of his age He was born bor In North orth nero neroVt neroVt neroVt
Vt but le had le resided relldtd wal In Washington Wllshlnltn forty fortytwo fort forttwo fortytwo
two years e8r8 For the last thirtyseven thlrte ven years yearshe yearshe CIIT
he had been hI en a coal toalmercllnt toalmercllntThl merchant merchantThe merchantThe
The Rev Rln Dr fi r Mnohray llnJhrll Episcopalian EpiscopalianArchbishop Eplllopalan EplllopalanArthblRhop EpiscopalianArchbishop
Archbishop of Ruperts Land nd in Canada Canadannd CanadaAnd Canadaand
And ArthblRhop primate of all al Canada Canadl died last IMt night nightHe nllht nllhtle nlghtlie
He le wan fl consecrated cnRecrnted Archbishop In 1803 1803Tohn IRI3 IRI3Tohn 1803John
Tohn J 1 Mlllerleile Mlerlpll for thirtythree years yearswith yrarl yrarlrlth yearswIth
with Edwin N Doll Hol died at ft the hc Oermnn OermnnHospital OrmnnHOlpltl Gerrnnniiospttai
Hospital HOlpltl on Tuesday Tuela aged 46 48nonnED 46nl 46ROBBED
ROBBED nl W FATHER TllW CVRRY CVRRYVan ClIR ClIRan CURRsn
Van an DrIver Went Away AWftWith With Wih Some oml of the theIrlpMi thpIrlfl thePriests
Priests Irlfl BrlnngliiKPatrick BrlnngliiK DllanII DllanIIPatrik flrlongiiigsPatrick
Patrick Riley 1ley 25 2 years YMI old of 47 7 West WestThlrtrflfth We8t V VThirtvtlfth
Thlrtrflfth Patrik street stret a driver for the Bchwarta BchwartaVan 6hRr 6hRran SchwartaVan
Tlrtyfrh Van an and Delivery Jelvl1ry Company Cmpany of 1I7 121 Third Thirdavenue Thir ThirQwmue Tithedavenue
avenue wan arrwUd Into last lt night on ona ona ona
a charge chage Wi of 0 t grand pnnd nrfW larceny larpl Iarceim preferred preferre by byFather byFathe byFather
Fathe Father tarry Crry of offt ofMt He Jamess nomn Homan oman Catholic CatholicChurch Catholc CatholcClurch CatholicChurch
Church ChurchFather ChurchFather
Clurch Father Cwrryn mother died die last I R t week weekleaving WN weekleaving
leaving him Cur n number of heirlooms heirlom which whichhe whichhI whichho
he valued valul highly numbr On Monday Mond Father FalhP Curry Curryhad Cur Curryhad
had theism > taken taken from hlsmothor hlsmothershomeon hlsmothershomeont 8homeon 8homeonthe home on onthe
t the upper thC East Side Sid SideIoIiisOWn lo his lR own residenco TldnC in inOliver II inOlIver
Oliver street streetThe streetTime
Olver The Schwartr strt strtThe company sent RlltRIIY sentBiley Rlley for the thogoods t thegoods o ogo
compaJY
goods Shwlh When they thclrriJI arrived at Father Fath r CurryB CurryBHie cur Currysthe f I Ithl
go the Hie priest prlCt Mipcrlntcndnl upcrntenpNI the thl storing 8torln of ofmost ofmOt ofmost
mOt most of them Hethen He thOlt thot gave the driver a areceipt 1 1rllpt aceiptfornIibegOOd5afld
receipt ceiptfornIibegOOd5afld fornllthfigoodsand and went ent away awayoad aayThe awayThe
rllpt toral 0 goll
The drIver It Is chged charged at onc once drove clrooaway droveawsT
taking rlvlr 1thhLrt thh the S 4 tM tbelong tbelongt belonged belongedt
away t his enrnloyra and some at Fthf Pathos Cl Currys Currysthings
hil epJo 1m
things t night some one returned rture the thej theb thehorses
Ttnlgb Jul ee
thin
b horses oad a ran Tn j to tonight t U Solrrrta 8 stable la
HA6GERTY READY R AnY T0 TOiRESIGN TOiRESIGNUIARIIEVS RESIGN RESIG1M RESIGNPrCAIWLWs
M OARUES > DEPUTY POLICE COSMISSIOXEIt COM OOll OOlliSSlEI COM4IEISRIONEII
MISSIOXEIt 4IEISRIONEII iSSlEI POWERLKS POWERLKSDidnt POWEIfLESlldnt
POWElLES POWElLESmdnt
Didnt FAen Fnn Know That 1lt the Police Polcl Wcr WcrCJoInu Were WereGoing ere erejoinT
Going joinT to lUld RId n Turf Trt Ilurean lurnu In th thTliotna the theTbomu theThomas
Thomas JefTfrson Jeftron UulldlnK UultUnc tli tliMglit the theNight theNight
Night of the MoCarren Ucarrtn Itally Timer TliercThat 1lert 1lertThat TimerThat
That Henry Htnry F Jo Haggerty Hagery the to Deput DeputPolice puty eputyPolice putyPolce
Police Polce Commissioner Commi8loner for Brookl Brookl Brooklyn > Ti ha hamade has hasmade
made mMo up his mind to resign reslJn friends friOd of both hotHaggerty bothHagg bothHaggerty
Haggerty Hagg > rty and Senator McCarrun McCnrn Bald sid las lasnight lt ltnight last lastnight
night They The said sid that he hp has hI found hi hiposition his hlBpositon hisposition
position positon intolerable that while vhle ho Is sup gupposed auppo supposed
posed po to have hve charge of the police polco affair affairof aalr aalrot affairsof
of Brooklyn Brookly he has h never had a free hand handand hd hdand handand
and that since tho division dlvlol between betwon Mr MiMurphy MrMurhy MrMurphy
Murphy Murhy and ad Mr McCarren Mcarren ho has hI beerdeputy beer lX1 lwemtdeputy
deputy in name only onlyFrom onl onlFrom onlyFrom
From a source turce which may l he > e regarded regordoias rgnrdcd rgnrdcdas
as authoritative Authoriatve It was Wi learned lenrod last IUt night nighthat nighttbat nightthat
that a few days ell8 ago a talk between Mr MrHaggerty MrHnggry MrHaggerty
Haggerty Hnggry and Commissioner Commisloner McAdoo ove ovethe over overthe overthe
the telephone tlepholl which l began > egan on a routine routimconference routn6 routn6conforenc routineconference
conference conforenc on 01 the quewtlon qUtHton of supplies lupple fo foBrooklyn for forBrklyn forBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brklyn developod dovelop tho discussion dllCUIlon of other othematters othermatt1 othermatters
matters matt1 and thai tha finally fnnl Mr lr Hnggsrtj Hnggsrtjtold Haggertytld Iluggertytold
told tld Commissioner CommlAloner MuAdoo with Bonn Bonnviolence 816 816vloleno somevlolonoetlmat
violence vloleno vlolonoetlmat that he was willing wilnjt to resign hi hijob his hisJoh hisjob
job at once onceWhen onc onesWhen
When Mr Huggorty Haggrty was made the deputy deputfor deputytor deputyfor
for Brooklyn Drokln at the suggestion luggeton of Senate SenateMcCarren Snator SnatorMcCarren SenatorMcCarren
McCarren It was thought by the Demo Demoerotic Democtc Democratic
erotic ctc leaders of that borough brough that Mr MrHaggerty MrHaggerty MrIlaggerty
Haggerty would be permitted pnnited to run the thepolice thopolce thepolice
police polce affairs of Brooklyn without wihout any anything an anthing anything ¬
thing but formal supervision suprvllion from frm Man Manhattan Manhtmn Manhattan <
hattan htmn From the very ery start any hopes hopeiIn ho hopesin s sIn
In thin tiN direction were wtre knocked leo ked on the head headMr hendMr headMr
Mr McAdoo Mcdoo controlled cntrled tho police polo admin adminUtratlon admlnItrton admiziistrntlon
Utratlon Itrton in Brooklyn BrooklynFriends Brookyn BrookynFriends BrooklynFriends
Friends of McCarren McCrrn have not hesitated hesitatedto helmted helmtedto
to say sy that the Senator has favored tuvore the thelifting theltlnK thelifting
lifting ltlnK of tho lid ld a little lttle in 11 Brooklyn Brook1y that thaiho thathe thatho
ho deemed demed it unwise to continue enforcing enforcingthn enforcll enforclltho onforcitigthe
the excise exeLe laws with wih severity Hocrit Commit Commitsioner C Cuimnisabner < lmniH lmniHslonlr
sioner McAdoo it was said last It night with withthe wih wihthl wIththe
the concurrence cnClrrfnce of Mr Murphy Murhy and Mayor Mayoii MayorlcClellan MayorMcClellan
i McClellan refused refuso to countenance such sucha
a step
1 I hen Commissioner Cnillloner McAdoo Mcdoo refused tcmake to tomako tomake
make several feverl transfers trlfer which were asked askedfor Iked Ikedtor askedfor
for by the leaders In Brooklyn Brokl and as If Uto Ifto Ifto
to mako makl it i clear cear that Brooklyn Brkln BO far tarls of ofits asits
its police affairs nffalT were wer concerned conomed would wouldbo wouldb wouldbe
ls bo b governed govered plc by Mulberry Iulbrr street strt announced announcedthat Inounced Inouncedthat announcedthat
that he would devoto two days daj a week wek to ttBrooklyn toBrokl toBflokl3fl
Brooklyn Brokl The he climax clmax came cme on Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tueday Tuedaynl Tuesdaynight
night nl ht when at the very ver time tme Mr Ir McCarrer McCarrerI McCarn McCarnWU
I won WU receiving reclvlnjt the plaudits of his h friends friendsthe friendsthe
the 01 raid was made on the Thomas Thoml Jeffersonbuilding Jefferson JelTerpn JelTerpnbuidig Jetferspnbuilding
Thin raid in Mul Mulberry Mulrr Mulberry
building 1hl rld was Wi planned plned ¬
buidig
berry street Htrt and was I timed tlld and carried carriedout Cricd Cricdout carrIedout
out rr without wihout the knowledge knvledge of Mr Hag HagTile Hnggrt Haggerty
grt grtThe gerty The Thomas Jefferson Jot > rn Building Buidng Is l owned ownedby owed owedby ownedby
by the Thomas Jefferson Jetferfn Association Allaton of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which McCurren McCnren is l a trustee trfltee While Wl le the theMcCarron theMcCarron theMcCarroii
McCarron clans were gathering on the theflrnt thotlr timflrt
flrnt tlr floor foor on canI Tuesday TuMny night nght Police Poleo Captain CaptainHarkins CaptainHakins CaptainHarkins
Harkins Hakins and four of his hl detectives detectve raided raidedthe rided ridedthe raidedthe
the Brooklyn IJrookl Borough lruJh Sporting Bureau Bureauand Bureauand Bureauand
and arrested arrPf1 six I men on a 0 charge of taking takingbets takingbetll takingbets
bets on horse hor e races racesMagistrate fl racesMagistrate
Magistrate Dooly Dolr discharged elfhrgll the pile prisoners prlsInera pileoners ¬
oners Inera yesterday for lack lk of evidence evidenceSenator evidenceSntor evidenceSenator
Senator Sntor McCarren It Is understood udellto is iswilling Iswilng iswilling
willing wilng to have havlMr Mr Haggerty resign relgl With Withthe Wih Wihthe Withthe
the cry Cl he has rained raiEd that one of the great greatPtWP grea greapurpOKOs reat reatpuI
purpOKOs PtWP ° of his light fght with ih Mr Murphy Murhy i ito Is Isto isto
puI
to preserve pr < ervo the political poltcl independence Indepndence o oBrooklyn of ofDrookn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn Drookn he thinks think that should Mr Ir Hag Haggerty Hnggerty Haggerty
gerty get out and should his hil successor lucQor b ba be bea boa
a man known to be friendly frlendl to Tommanj Tommanjit TrJman TrJmanIt
show that Ir i ireally ill illreally isreally
it will tend tend to Mr Murphy Murh
really wi aiming to control tho Democrat Demortic Demorticsltuntion Iemocraticsitnation U Usilnation
silnation in i Brooklyn BrooklynMayor Doky BrooklynMayor
Mayor McClellan Mclelan was asked yesterday eterday i ithere If Ifthere ifthere
there was a possibility pOliblty that tt some Bore of Mr MrMcCarrens MrMcCrns MrMcCarrens
McCarrens McCrns friends in office ofce might resign resignThe rign rignTIle resignThe
The joke Mayor treated tolEd the suggestion suggeston as a ajoke ajoke ajoke
jokeYou You know he said sid that we Democrat Democratwho Demomts Demomtswho Democratswho
who are In office ofce arc all al good goo Democrats Democratsand Demorats Demoratsand Democratsand
and it has hl been ben said sid of good o Democrat Democratthat Dcmomtll Dcmomtlltht Democratsthat
that tht few die and nono resign resignIfJy resignWILI ign ignFrIJ
IfJy FrIJ PUSH PlSl COCKRELLS NAME NAMEDavli AMEDavid AlE AlEDull
David Dull il 11 Francis Jantl Frneliis Thinks TInks the Senator lnator May Maylie MayHf 1 1ne
lie Named Namld for President Irfldent IrfldentCLVELAND lrcsldentCLESaLASD PresidentCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND CLVELAND March 8 OExGov Fx0ov David DId R RFrancis RFrnchI RFrancis
Francis FrnchI of If Missouri IAuri called caled upon Mayor MayorJohnson MayorIohnson IayorTohnllon
Johnson this morning He was WI going from fromNew frome fromNewS
New e York to St Louis LouisI LouiI
I seldom lldom talk politics pol i ICR he said Ild I Iunderstand Iuncierstanl
understand under tand that in Ohio Democratic Imocrnto ronti rontiment sentlmont nt
ment has ha not not crystallzed cltaI d in favor fn or of any anyone anyone anyone
one Presidential Pn identlal candidate It is quite quitedifferent quie quiedltlrent quitedifferetit
different dltlrent in Missouri llfuri Tho sentiment Intment there thereis thereIs
is all in favor of Senator mator Cockroll Cockrel and ho howill howi howill
will wi ni without wllholt the slightest IlghtIt doubt receive receiveth rche rchethH receivethe
th the vote Nt of WH hl own State StateAH StateAll tatA tatAAl
AH Al over the t country cmnlr there poems fmR to l 11 11a be bea > e ea
a lack of strong sentiment fntlnl1nt in II favor of ofPresidential ofPr ofPresidential
Presidential Pr dntinl candidates caldldles There Ther will l un undoubtedly undoulleelr Undouhmtedly ¬
doubtedly doulleelr l ho > o a 1 long fight fght on the floor foor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the convention I believe ble that Missouris Missouriscandidate MIfur Missouriscandidate
candidate will wi have at least IpAt an equal chance chancewith chan chanwith chancewith
with all al others others11RACKETT oth othersBRAKETT n ni
i 11RACKETT lIAK TT RKOMlATED RKOMlATEDThe RI OUIA TEl TElT
The T Names NaUts of noooevelt nooHttlt and Odell OdlU Odd Not NotMentioned NotltntnntEI NotMentioned
Mentioned ltntnntEI In the t1 Convention ConventionSARATOGA Comentan ComentanHARATOGA ConventionSAnAroGA
SARATOGA March 0 DThe The names of Presi President PrOI PrOIdent President ¬
dent Roosevelt ROv1 and Cloy ov Odell dolI were not men mentioned mentone mentioned ¬
tioned tone in the Twentyeighth 1wentlghth Senate nte district districtRepublican dlRtrct dlRtrctRpublcan districtRepublican
Republican Rpublcan convention which was WI held at atWardens atWorens atWordens
Wardens Worens Hotel this thl aftenoon No reso resolutions ro rolulonR resolutlons ¬
lutions lulonR of commendation commendltlon or indorsement indorsementwere
were tre offered ofered during tho half hai hour that the theprocf theprOlngs timeproceedings
procf prOlngs proceedings edng8 lasted lasta Harmony abounded aboundedand aboundedand aboundedand
and State Senator nntor Edgar J lgar T 1 I Brnckett Brcket who whohas whohas ho hohi
has hi seen cn nine years service fnlr In the upper upperbranch upperbranch
branch of the legislature Igislatur was IIB rcnominatod rcnominatodunanimously renominatedunanimously uppr upprbranoh
unanimously Senator Hnntor Brackett expressed expressedhis exprKed exprKedhll
his appreciation appriation of the honor conferred conferredand conferrl conferredand
and nd accepted aCpted tho nomination nominationllSTJCE norintion norintionHSTICE nominationtSTICE
llSTJCE DYKMAX DEAD DEADHe
He IVas Wa on the tll Supreme SupremeCourt Court Cour flench Denth for forNearly forSearl forNearly
Nearly Searl Thirty Thlrt Years YearsWIIITF YearsWith pari pariWun
WIIITF With PLAINS PL March Mlrch 9 DFormor 0Former Former Su Supreme Rnpreme 51premO ¬
preme Court Curt Justice Jackson Jacklon 0 Dykman Dykmanone
one of the best known leown jurists In the State Stateand Stateand tate tateand
and for forty years a resident rOldent of White WhitePlains Whie WhiePlins hito hitoPlains
Plains Plins died early this morning moring at his home homehere homehere homehere
here at the age of 78 Justice Justce Dykmans Dykmansdeath DkmanBdeh D3kmansdthwasduo
death deh dthwasduo wasdue WIIB due to togeneral general debility debiiy follow following followIng following ¬
ing a n long ong attack of bronchial pneumonia pneumoniafrom pneumoniafrom pneumoniafrom
from which he had hd almost recovered recoveredJustice revered reveredJUBtce recoveredJustice
Justice JUBtce Dykman was 11 one of the most mostinteresting mostInteretng moatinteresting
interesting Interetng lawyers lael in Westchestcr county countyFor count countfor countyFor
For twentyeight years yeaT he presided preided on onthe onthe onthe
the Supreme Court Court bench and won many manyfriends mny mnyfriends manyfriends
friends by his honest hODt upright and just justdecisions jURtdecisions Justdecisions
decisions Almost Almot up to the day he was wastaken WIUItRken wastaken
taken sick sik he was WIl out driving daily daly behind behindone behindone behindone
one of histrotters his tr9tels Ho 10 was IIB born at Pat Patteraon PatlerKon Patterson
teraon Putnam Pinm county and IIni was 1 the de descendant deendant doseendant ¬
scendant of one of the th earliest Mrlft settlers settlersthere sttter settlersthere
there thereHe thereHo
tlro tlrole He le obtained obtalnta a simple country olntry education educationand Iducatlon Iducatlonand educatlomiand
and when M 11 was wt a youth began teaching teachingschool taohln taohlnhooJ teachingnhooI
school Through hard har work and Ild u de determination dRwnnluation dotermination
hooJ
termination to succeed lcrd ho began studying studyinglaw
law in the > ofPce ofCl of Judge Judg William Wiiam illiam Nelson Nelsonof
of r Peeksklll PIkkl After At > r being admitted ndmltl to tho thobar thobu thebztr
bar ho h pnictlwnl prctRI law at at Cold Spring and andthough nne and andthough
though barely 21 l years old was soon elected electedSchool electedSchool
tarely1
School Shool Commissioner Commilloner and then District DistrictAttorney DistrictAtornoy DistrIctAttorney
Attorney of Putnam county countyIn cOUlt cOUltIn
Atornoy In 1818 after moving to White Plains Plainshe Plainshe Plainshe
he was 18t elected eleted District DItrJct Attorney Atoroy of West WestChester WeHtcbeler Westchester
Chester cbeler county untynld and In lATh 1871 ho was 1 elocted eloctedto
to the th Supremo Court l bench > He was wassupported WIIRl wassupported
supported l SUJremo by tw both > th the Democratic cmocrato and andRepublican Ild IldUepuhlcan andRepulthican
Republican Uepuhlcan pporN parties In 1 IA issa R9 he le was I re reelectod reelected
elected electo He retired trl when hcn he rriiched 1lchl the thoago tbeas theageof7l
ageof7l ageof7l1ustict ago of 71 71Justice
71
as Justice lutlr Dykmans DrlmlnlIwlf is wife died dld about four fouryear tourVMn fouryears
year ago Ho 10 is survived urho by h two sons sonsbuiiKol Inl sonsIemiry I
VMn Helr Iemiry T 1 Dviunul Dvltmnan who ho 1 is > Corporation CorporationCouiiis orpomton orpomtonConlll
Conlll Couiiis buiiKol l of AShlto hll1 Plpw Plph and William Wilam ihhiam N Nykman NDkmnn NDykmnn
ykman who ho is 1 > president pr llpnt of th this Board HOlrd of ofifvil ofCivi ofCivil
Civil Civi Service Hfrlc CommUwionern ommb < lone of New York YorkJustice YorkIHtlco YorkJitettco
Justice IHtlco Dykman wasa Democrat and a menu memLHT mfmIr menuher
her Ir of several vral political p llcal clubs jn In n Manhattan Manhattanind 11hattal
and rmni also 1110 arnemoor amemb amembOr of the tbeEpiscopai Episcopal Ep lopa I Church Churchjf Churh Churhof
of Whit Whtl Plain Plain Out Out of respect rlpe to his hisdeath hisdeth hisdeath
deth death Supreme NuprlCur Court Justice JUtlo Kelly Kely ad adloomed a adJourned
loomed ju court or at a White t Plainstoday PInt PIntt
MCARREJPS MCARREJPSDoyle UtAlRENS FIGHT FIGHTDle FIGIITDole
Doyle Dle UeJUUes UeUUu the Autonomy AutonomyWhere Show ShowWhere 8h n
Where 1nlte Were Littleton Ltleton And Coffer cor CoffeyThe T TTho
The To demonstration dewoltalon for totRni forSenator Senator r McCarren McCarrenon McCrn McCrnon
on Tuesday Tueday night nigh Is II regarded rgrde by hIs hi friends friendsaa freds fredsI
aa I conclusive concu lvo propf that ho will w1 bo b able to tomaintain tomntaln tomaintain
maintain mntaln tho leadership leadelhlp of the Kings Kng county countyorganization couty coutyorganI7ton countyorganization
organization organI7ton against aglnllteel even tho co combined combinedopposition conbinodopposition blno
opposition oppo lton of Charles Care F Murphy l urhy of Tam Tammany Ti Tammany ¬
many man and whatever elements elem nta can be b ar arrayed armyed orrayed ¬
rayed against againt him from among the old oldfollowers oldtolower oldfollowers
followers tolower of Hugh Mo MoLughln McLaughlin McLaughlinTime Laugh 11 n nThe I
The McCarrenltss McCrr nlt assert Irt that they will willhave wi willhave
have beyond tho shadow of a doubt fifty fiftyseven ffy ffyReven fiftyseven
seven of tho Bixtythree sixtythre delegates deleJat to the theState tle tleStnte theSttte
State convention comentlol if indeed Indld they do tb not notcapture notcaptur notcapture
capture captur the entiro lot by 1 defeating deftntng William WilliamA Wila WihliiunADoyle
A A1oyle ADoyle Doyle In tho Seventh fcnlh district and James Jnre8 J JKehoe JIeho JKehioe
Kehoe Ieho in tho Ninth at the primaries > on onMarch onMnrh onMarch
March Mnrh 29 2 On tho other hand rrhnuri McCarrens McCarrensopponents McCarrns McCarrnsopponent McCarrensopponents
opponents opponent belittle belite the Importance of Tues Tuesdays TUe Tuedays ¬
days autonomy show OH I they call cl1tat cl1tatthe It at atthe atthe
the Thomas TholM Jefferson Jefern alleging nleging that it was waspacked WIUIpackll waspacked
packed packll with wi th sports blacklegs black leg and andtin anc andtin
tin tn horn hor gamblers gablel who are ar sore Ror at Mr MrMurphy MrMurphy MrMurphy
Murphy for keeping the lid ld down in inspito Insplto Inspite
spite of their efforts efor to have It lifted liftedThis Ittd IttdThl liftedfuji
This Thl Is II what Deputy Fire Commissioner CommissionerDoyle CommlBlllonerDoyle CommissionerDoyle
Doyle who ho has supplanted lupp1tEd McCarron McCrrn McCrrntho as asabout astim
tim dlspnper dispeimser or patronage hud to lay layabout say sayabout
about time tlo gathering gatheringTho gatheringThe
Tho result lult gatcrng gatcrngTho last Ilt night settled IttN nothing nothingThe nothingThe nothingThe
The fight f ht will wi bn l lept kept < cpt up There The are men menin menII imuenin
in II that executive oxouthe committee comrlte who voted votedwith yotedwith ote
with McCarren Mcnrren but who will wl bo b with wih me tnewhen mewhen mewhen
when the proper time comes come around Our Ourefforts OurclTortl Ourefforts
efforts clTortl now poRer will w 1 1 he > directed dirted toward towar electing electinga elllg elllga
a majority of tho delegates to the State Stateconvention Statocomenton Stateconvention I
convention from this county I am con confident confdent confident ¬ I
fident comenton fdent that wo shall Khal win winIt winI winIt COWltJ I
It I Is Mid that McCanrn lcmn got a 0 bad set setback setbck setback ¬
back bck when Borough President IreHicent Martin Inrtn W WIiteton WLittleton V VLittleton
Littleton the acknowledged al knowlllged champion of ofBrooklyns ofDrookl1 ofBrooklyns
Brooklyns Iiteton political poltcal autonomy bluntly bluntlyrefused blnnty blnntyrefuR bluntlyrefused
refused refuR Ills hi request ruest to attend ntend the themeeting themeeting
meeting on Tuesday 1lfda night n ht and join in intho Intho inthe
meetnlt tho Senators Senalorl glorification The absence absenceof abRnco abRncoof I
of several ReTI other glortcaton big men mo whoso whO aid would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be of prime importance Impornce to him In his hi coming comingpolitical corlnjt corlnjtpoliicl coiningpolitical
political battles must have clad cnused him himmuch himmuch himmuch
poliicl hateR CIIo
much disappointment itjis It 1tissaid lssld said Former FormerSon FormerSonatar Sen Senator ¬
ator Michael Michal J Coffey was ono oo of these thes ab absentees 111 altstntecs ¬
sentees although he was WII within wihin a couple coupleof oo ple pleof
of lntfk blocks hdocls of tho building buiding while whlo the the pro proceedings procooding procoedingswero ¬
ceedings coedingswero wore on and In conference conferenc with withComptroller withComptrler withComptroller
Comptroller Comptrler Edward Ecwarcl M Grout Orut for a I couple coupleof
of hours Iiour after afm they thor had hne been bn wound up upVeteran upVetern tipVeteran
Veteran Vetern political pollca observers obfrer in Brooklyn Brokly
predict thtf that If 1 MoCarren M does do not no change changehis O Ohl CIUUake CIUUakehis
his prc hl tactics tt0 he wl will find fd It a hard b Job to t retain retaineven rti retainhis
h his grip on the mhier machInery at We orgalr organiaa organiaatlon
ton tlon whe when the ta fall prlmane primaries come aud audeen around aroundeven
te
even though ho may nU easily Niy control cntrol the theprimaries te teprimarlE thoprimaries
primaries primarlE at the te end of this month monthAX monthAN monthAN
AN ODELLLIXCOLN ODELLLICOLN DIXXER DIXXERWt DTNER DTNERat Dll VNER VNERWetert
Wetert Wt at rtown rt sun Function FneUon Postponed Ptpne a Month MonthSo flontb flontbSo Monthg0
So Hint at the CJoveirnor joror ovcruor Could Attend AttendALBANT Attnd AttndALAN AttendALTIANT
ALBANT ALAN March Marh 0 OAltoug 9Although Although he was waatoo wastoo 1
too t HI lt to go to Washington WBhlngon to Bee se President PresidentRoosevelt Pldent PldentROOeelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt ROOeelt last llt Saturday Stunay Oov Gv Odoll Odel to tomorrow t tomorrow ¬
to to Watortown to toattend toattend
morrow morow proposes t go Waterw t
attend tho Lincoln Lncoln Day DIY dinner of the LU LUcoln LI LiicoIn
coin League of that city ciy tomorrow to morw night nightIt night
It I matters matteT Lge not that the te anniversary anlvel of the thebirth thebirth thebirth
birth of the emancipator tmnclpltor occurred oued one onemonth onemonth onemonth
month ago Suoh things thing as that tht can CI easily easilye eiy eiyhe
he > e overcome Anniversaries Anhelc are to be held heldto heldto
to suit the convenience oonveni nce of the Governor GovernorHo Gvrnor
Ho 10 was unablo to attend attendthe the dinner when whenit
it was WI WB first frt scheduled hNuled Senator Sn < r Elon R RBrown RBro BBrown
Brown Bro one of the stalwart lltwar three thr mus musketaera inueketoersoftheSenateeaid I IketTotheSnate
ketaera ketTotheSnate ketoersoftheSenateeaid of the Senate sold d It was Impossible Impossibleto
to have the dinner without wllmpble wllmpbleto the presence presenceof prc
of Gov Odell Odel It I wasnt wlnt so much mucl a ban banquet bn bnquet banquot ¬
quet In honor honorof of the memory of the illus illustrious 1u illuetrious ¬
trious President Pident and It was wa to chow the theGovernor tJJeGovernor theGovernor
Governor trou how great grat Is the power pwr of the thewily te tewly thewily
wily Brown BrownThere Brot BrownThere
wly There ure quite quie a number numbr of Republicans Republicansin Rpublicllll RpublicllllIn
in Jefferson Jetefn county couty who ho cant exactly exaUy nee neewhere R seewhere
where tho Governor comes in to < such an anextent anextent anextent
extent that the annual banquet bquet should be becount beptpne bepostponed
postponed a month for him but they dont dontcount dontcount
count ptpne They are ar only voters vtr and not notofficeholders notomceholdem notofficeholders
officeholders A great many of these theseselfrespecting the theseselfrespectIng
g6t
selfrespecting Rltrlptlng Republicans Rpublicll have hav decided decidedthat decidedthat
that they will wi not attend the dinner to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night and therefore theTtore their placesmust places placesmust ls lsmust
must be filled tled It is II up to Senator Snator Brown Brownto Brow Brownto
to see s that there are a no empty chairs ohalT at atthe attho attii
the tii banquet board boad One of his hi colleagues colleagueshi cUeagO
In the Senate nat said saidWe sd sdWe saidWe
We certainly ortlnly will wi have hav to pass pS that thatAdirondack thatAdirondack thatAdirondack
Adirondack land purchase puroha bill bl to give giveBrowns giveBrowns giveBrowns
Browns law firm fm something to do alter alterthe ater aterthe alterthe
the session for that banquet bquet tomorrow tomorrownight tmorrow tmorrownight tomorrownight
night will w1 bo b a costly co ty one to him himFACTIO hi hiFACTIN himFACTION
FACTION FACTIN ROW IN WHITE PLAINS PLAltfSnepnnlleang PLAS PLASnppnbUMns PLAINSRepublicans
Republicans nppnbUMns Hold Two Primaries Plmale In Con Contest Contet conteat ¬
test tet for Control ControlWHITE ControlWIT ControlWnrrE
WHITE WIT PMIKB PIUI N NY Y March Marh 0 IA 0A A bitter bitterflght bite bitterlight
light tliht is on here for the control cntrol of the Re Republican Repuhlcn Repimhlican ¬
publican puhlcn machinery mlohlnery In White Plains The
An Easy EasyTo EasyTest EasyTest
Test TestTo
To ascertain exactly exactlywhat exacty exactywhat exactlywhat
what your sickness COMES FROM FROMOne
One day you YOI Ofl suspect sUpec its its from something Ive eaten eatenNext eatenXext eatenNext
Next day perhaps pormps its the change in the weather weatherNext weatherNext weatherNext
Next dny its its Ive overworked overworke a aAgain bit bitAgain hit
Again Agin its because becuse I cant cnt sleep sleepYou sleepYou
You occasionally ocsionaly have IIe a suspicion that tat coffee cfe causes cUSPA the troubles troublesand touble toublemd troublesand I
believe should coffee and if it does doeswhat doeswhat
and sometimes really realy beleve you ou stop cfr see really rly doe doewhat
what some people claim caim But the breakfast comes cmes on and the coffee ofc is isthere i isthere
there and ald its so hard har to give g c it up upIf upI upIf
If I I r really real thought coffeo cofee was wa hurting huring me I would quit it it because bcme I Ivalue rvalue Ivalue
value health healh above everything but aa a long as theres a doubt I keep on onusing onuFing oniming
using coffee cfee and yet staring me in the face fac is the fact that I have haveTaken haveTaken haveTaken
Taken medicines of many kinds kindsChanged kindsChanged kindsCh
Changed Ch nged food foodTried foodTried foodTried
Tried exercise exerciseChanged exerciseChanged exerciseChanged
Changed climate climateTried clmate clmateTried climateI
I Tried various other methods to gfet gfetwell fttwel gtwell
well wel and yet
yetHere Here I Am AmAiling Jm JmI
I Ailing Aing right along and getting slowly a I little lttC worse ore each month monthSomething monthSotnething I
Something miutl IIt be e done for there is but one end to the road rad I am amnow amnow amnow
now going goingCoffee Cofee Coffee CoffeeOh 1 1Oh
Oh rats rt about abut the coffee cofee it dont hurt me why Ive drank it for 20 20years 20year 20years
years year
Experiment to learn lear the exact exat truth trth about it itWhy itIWhy itWhy
Why of course I would really renly like 1ke to t know definitely defnitly and surely all allabout al allabout
about it for I to find the demon that ill
want
wlnt fnd tll keeps me i prevents prvent my enjoy enjoyment enjoyment enjoynuent ¬
ment of health healh and strength strengh and keeps keep kee me from frm success BUCcs in business because becauseI buse buseI
I am half sick all 11 the time timeHows timeHows timeHows
Hows that Quit coffee cofee 10 days daysPretty daysPretty 1 1Pretty
Pretty hard to do neighbor neighborEasy neighbortEasy neighborEasy
Easy when Postum Postlm is served in its i place plce why whyPostum whyPostum vbyPostum
Postum coffee cofee when properly brewed brewe and thats easy e8Y has ha the deep deepseal depell deepreal
seal ell brown of fine fne old gqvt Java which changes to rich golden glden brown brownwhen brownwhen
when cream is added ldl It I does not possess pssess tho strong acrid acrd taste tt of Rio RioCoffee RioCofee RioCofFee
Coffee Cofee but has the mild fine fn crisp cisp flavor favor of the higher grades gres of ofJava Java and anda
all its With cultivated it ranks in flavor flavorabove flavorabove
a fragrance fragrnc al it own Wih many culivatd people pple rnks fvor fvorabove
above ordinary orinary coffee coffeeSo cofee cofeeSo cofFeeSo
So its is easy c sy to t shift shif from ordinary orinar coffee cfr to t Postum Posm and make mfke the 10 10day 10day 10day
day test to see if you ou can cn locate the thing that is eating away awy yonr life lifeNo lfe lfeNo lifeNo
No Possible PossibleArgument PossibleArgument PossibleArgument
Argument Will Wil Stand Standagainst Standagainst Standagainst
against against the fact that
Coffee does doesThousands doesRuin doesRuin
RuinThousands Ruin RuinThousand
Thousands of PeopleIf People
If Ifas as a result of of f this this test you Yol find fnd in 2 or 3 days peaceful ccful sleep lep re returns r returns
turns appetite comes cleR keen again stomach Etmach no longer longr feels feelf sick and abused abusedBreath abuse busodBreath
Breath sweet once olce more and tongue clean cleanThe cen cenrJt cleanThe
The rJt yellow e1ow skin takes on on pink and white whiteBowels whit whithBowcls
Bowels Rwels become natural naturl and you can en walk forth forh with the te old time timespring tme tmesprng timespring
spring sprng of conscious cnscious conscious strength strngh and health healthTHen healthThen healthThen
THen THenand Then Thenaiitl t
and only then will i you YOu ou certainly c rtRinl know that coffee cofee has all ni along been n your yourhidden yourhidden yourhidden
hidden enemy cnm and how much mich you 01 have thrown away in peace money moneycomfort moneycomfor moneycomfbit
comfort comfor accomplishment accomJ1shmcnt and position p itioi during the past years ear and p all nI for the themiserable themiAcrnblc themiserable
miserable pittance pitan of a morning cup Clp of coilec coilecPoor cote cofleePoor
Poor old oldwenk weak humanity what wl t chattering chattrng doddering doddcrlg fools we are ar to toexchange t toexchange
the tb brilliant and wondorf birthright for such a of
exchange briiant ondo bihrght fot a mete me pottage pt pottagea
a
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i
CkYSTAL CRYSTAL CRYSTALfrotnmo I IDominoIIL > 1 1I
Domino DominoIIL frotnmo frotnmoSUGAR SUGAR
5944MfIA I ITffI I l
THumph THumphMaking
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Making MakingSold 1sfr 1sfrSold lf lfI
Sold only onlyln5lbsealed In 5 Ib sealed boxes boxesHMM boxesNine I i I IHc
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HMM Hc no dirt dirt no w waat tt no possible adulteration adultealon Every EICI plc plc plscssprlctss plscssprlctssilki pirkt pirktIlka parl
Ilka n a eluilcr of diamond the result of Its I perfect peroct crystallization crytaluUon You Yo will wil be bepleued bsplausd I IIud
pleued Iud the moment you open a box box You will wi be b better beter pleased pleue whon you youhe youhays
he hays tried It In your tea coffee etc SOLD BY ALL FIRSTCLASS GROCERS t
I
u d m 0 0rnl
rival rnl factions facton are being led by John J JBrown JBrown JBrown
Brown on al one side and exSheriff exfhrlt Miller Millerand Millerand ller llerand
and Henry C Henderson Hendorn on the other otherMr otherMr otherMr
Mr Brown is secretary sreI of the Republican Republicancounty I Ilepubhicancounty < Juhhcan Juhhcancunt
county cunt committee committeeToday oorlt oorltToy committeeToday
Today time tlO MillerHenderson UlerHender on faction who whoaa whoa whoas
aa a members membr of the town committee commitee cero weroIn wroIn ceroin
In charge of otthp the > primaries primarie refused refuse to al allow allow allow ¬
low Secretary Seretary Brown and his ht friends to toBrown tovote tovote
vote on the gound ground that they were not notenoled notenrolled
enoled enrolled Antlclpntng Anticipating Ihl this action th thBrow the theBrown
Brown Brow Republicans Jtpublcl had 1 1the hire hired 1 a hll Itch across acr08Rthe acrossthe
the street Ktrt and ad they adjourned adjoured thero and andght
held a pr prmary my of t heir own ownThe i
The 1ght light ght will wi be renewed tomorrow at I
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0 n nMltmllrOIfk
Mamiironeck MltmllrOIfk where hele the th Assembly Aembly dlt dlttrlnt dll 1i8 > > I Itrlot Itrict
trlnt convention clventlon is called c I to select sIlet dele delegates ¬ 1 1gatp I Igates
gates to tho Congress Conlrt State Stal and national nationalconventions natonal nationalconventloits i icOIentoIR
conventions conventionsDoth I IBoth
cOIentoIR cOIentoIR10th Doth 10th factions will wli Bond fond delegates dtJI atl8 to the theconvention til theconvention
convention conntun It IH It expected tint tho theI Miller MillerHenderson i iHmteien4on
Henderson HOlldelon delegates will wi bft im thrown thown out outas
as o Mr Brown has a majority of friends trlmds on ontho ontho onthe
tho committee oommltto and tho fight fpht will wi then go goto g gto I Ito
to tho courts courtsThe courtThe i iThe
The trouble between betwpn tho factions fatloTlro arose aroseit aroseit
it is said becnimo blale exCongressman exConJman W L LWord LWal LVarl
Word Wal prefers to rroognle rfojtnlo Mr utr Brown row on ontho ai asthin
tho leader lend or In White Plains This Th Miller Millerand M1e Millerand l 1 1 1 1nnd
and Henderson Ien lrn urge is il in violation violaton of theprinciple theprnclplo the tImeprinciple 1
principle prnclplo of orhoml home rule i 1i T i
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Il rnwifpri rnwifpriThe tf u ur 1 1Cur
The r he uMASuh1Y uMASuh1YOur MAS HIE HIEOur II E
b bHat
Our New Stetson Soft 5oftHat Softfat
Hat fat for Young Men MenThis Mena 1 1This
a I IThis
This new Soft Hat was designed by us for foryoung
young mencollege men articularlyand and made
according to our r specifica specifications BPecifc specifications ¬
tions by the John B Stet Stetson Stt Stetson ¬
son Company CompanyIt f fI
It I is the ideal Spring Sprng and andSummer andSummer l lSummer
Summer hat hat for golfing golfingriding golfg golfingriding 1
riding ridin and all al sorts of out outdoor out outdoor ¬ 1
door pastimes Light as a afeather afeather afeather
feather splendidly made madeand madeand f fand
and intended to be rolled rolledup rolledup
up and stuffed stufed into the thepocket thepocket 11
pocket or carried in a grip gripwithout grp gripwithout
without hurting hurtig it giving givingample givingample I
ample protection by gvng gvngample its itsbroad itsbroad J
broad brim from the sun sunand sunand sunand
and rain rainit it is certainto certa to be berjoDular beropular t tpopular
popular u
It I maybe may be worn wor in anyone any one of threeirays thre three waysrea ivayscreased1le creasedtele creasedtelescoped a ¬ 4 4scoped
scoped scope or 01 with four dents in the crown as shown in illustration illustrationMade iuat iIuaUonMade n 1 1Made
Made of soft eoft fine fne felt in block blak pearl pear and a a new shade shae of fawn fawnmade faw J Jmae I I Imade
made mae especially eepei ly for the Mashie Sold Spld exclusively excusively by byiia TIB 18 at absa5o
sa5o 350 350 Mens Mes Hat Store StoreSendfoor StoreSecondfloor Second floor Ninth Nlnte street etreertWe I rI rII rIWeAre j jWe
We WeAre Are Showing the theNew I INew
New SPRING SHO SHONarrower S 3110L3 3110L3Narrover OLS OLSNarrower
Narrower toes have come with the new sea season se season ¬
son I Ison but they are ar vastly lstly more handsome handsomennd and comfortable comfortble than thanthe thn thnthe thanthe
the old styles that we were so glad g ad to see go Tan colored coloredshoes colol fi fishoes
shoes have also come baclc into large favor fay or White Wit shoes for formen formen formen
men women and children chidren are also promised wide popularity popularityfor
for Summer wear They will wi be seen in both canvas canvas and andbuckskin andbuckskin andbuckskin
buckskin buckskinA
A pleasing pleasng feature featre in some of the new ne shoes for men me isthe isthedoing ihe ihedoig ii he t j J I Idoing
doing doig away with the annoying lump where the tongue tnge of ofa ofalace ofalace a alace
lace shoe or Oxford Oxfor used to pinch the foot footWe j jWe > 3 3We
We have a wide variety of Womens Low Slippers Slppr or orPumps o 3 3Pumps
Pumps with high heels Their makers are ar in connivance connvance witli wt witlIthe J Jthe
the makers maker of pretty hosiery hosieryAfter hosieryAtr j jAlter
After Atr all al the best part of our Shoe stock comprises compres lihe lihesplendid twesplendid 1 1splendid
splendid staple shoes that have been proven so often to be beunraatchable beunmathable 4 4uninatchable
unraatchable unmathable elsewhere elsewhere These are better by a 3 years years know knowledge kow kowedge ¬ t tedge
edge than tha ever before beforeIt before i iIt
It is i a a splendid stock to pick pickyour your Spring shoes from fromFourth frm frmO fromL fromFourth
Fourth o t ancMiue ancMiueOil a aOil avamjeOilLlectric
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Oil OilLlectric Electric and andGasLamps Gas Lamps LampsA 14 14A
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A Sale at Half laIf Prices PricesHandsome PricesHadsome i iI
t I it itHaiidsome
Handsome Hadsome portable lamps from several of the best bestmanufacturers bl8t bl8tmanufatur L Lmanufacturrs
manufacturers manufatur rs in the business sold to us on account Icount of oflargo oflargopurchases large largepurchases lage lagepurhaes
purchases at half hal hafiheirregidarprices their regular rar prices pnces You Y ou profit proft equally eq ualy by the thetransaction th thetransaction I Itranaction 1 1There
transaction transactionThere tranaction
There are ar Oil Oi Gas and Electric Lamps in a great gat assort assortment l10I asioptmont ¬ J Jment
ment of designs andfinishes nd fnishes suitable suiable for library lbrary or sitting sittingroom siti sittigroom r rroom
room centertable centrtable or desk which by their th ir beauty and ad distinct distinctiveness distmct distinctiveness I IIvness
iveness Ivness of < f design will wi attract houseowners who enjoy having havingtheir hvng hvngtheir a atheir
their furnishings in good taste Details J J
Metallic Metalic Oil Lamps LampsThe
The assortment Oorclt includes Includ Table Re Reception Recepton Reception ¬
ception arid ard Banquet DnQU6 Lamps Lp in a great greatvariety KTt KTtrlety greatvariety
variety cepton rlety o 01 the the most mot popular popuar designs defdgl and andfinishes nndOnl6hell andfinishes
finishes finishesS250 Onl6hellnso
S250 230 wOrth 55 5310 350 worth S7 7 7S3
S3 3 worth worb 6 425 2 worth worh 850 850S5
S5 5 worth worb 510 510Portable 10 10Portable 10Portable
Portable Gas Lamps LampsHandsome LampsHandsome I
Handsome Hlnd8mo designs d lpn and ant newest ncw0t fin finishes tlnIlhO finishee ¬
ishes IlhO such as bronze bron relief rlef old brass bransand brassand
and black blok Pompelian Porplln green grn Empire Epir red redandgold rd rdandgold redandgold
andgold oxidized oxidiz sliver siver blackand blackandruby blackad blackadrby blackandruby
ruby rby Japanese bronze brnz Complete mplete with withsix withsix tlh tlh11x
six 11x feet tet Japnes of tho lx heat t covered oover mohair mohairtubing mohnlrtubln mohairtubing
tubing tubln stork neck and socket cket Argand Argandor Arganc
or chimney Welsbach Welbch burners 10inch IoIllch tripod trIpo and andchimney nndchimney andchimney
510 110 worth 3 S3 3 worth So 6 6worh
2 worth worh S4 S 550 450 worth 59 9
250 worth 5 5 worth 10
I Electric Electic Portable Por be Tabled Table Tab Drop DropLights DropLights ti
Lights LightsIn Lghts l r I j jr jIn
In large variety of styles IIC and Id finish finishsuch tJI flnisltsuch
such as Pompellnn lomplln green Olympian OlympianIJarlwidino Olypin OlyznpianBarhadin j t
IJarlwidino Japanese JnpanC bronze old brass brassimdblack brN j junchlack i inailblack
imdblack unchlack Complete Cmplet with lth pull pul electric electricsocket e1 electricsocket I Ioket
socket oket 16candlo power bulb bub 10Inch 10Inchshade 10Inchshade I Ishade
shade ring and ad six si foot fot of silkcovered silkcoveredcord 61cove II IIcord I Icord
cord with wih electric oloro plug plu I J
450 50 worth worh S 9
35 5 worth w rth SID 10 s sso
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so 6 worth 12 12Also i2Also I IAIIo
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Also n 1 number nurltr numberotfllobes of Globes C01t and nd Shades Shadessuitable Sade Shad Shadsuitable
suitable for these the tump Lamps at It greatly greatlyreduced grcatiyreduced < t Ii Iiruo
reduced ruo prices pricesLump Jlrlcl JlrlclIllmp ii iiLamp
Lump Store Basement ucment
JOlN JOHN W WANAMAKE WANAMAKEFormerly ANAii KER
PororlyA Formerly A T Stewart Co Broadway 4th th ave 9th and loth sta stag
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