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ef the liutt iwwslon of CongroM Congr < Onlrl1llll when the thom th8rnemll11 themem
m rnemll11 mem mb rn of f botli ho I hoiiMW wore lre angry about aboutthe aboutthephllrnllon ahotittbeptIhUCfltt0fl
the publication of the Brlstow supplemental supplementalreport lIt1pplem8nlaireport itipplementatreport
report and denlred to make It M a unpleasant unpleasantM
M possible for the official of tho various variousdepartments vlLrloudfJ variousdertmrnt
departments dfJ rtmrnlll In Washington two moMurai moMuraifound mOllurllllrounel moijurtfound
found their way to a place on the HUtuto HUtutobooks statutobookp tatnlebookll
books that might an well h he In an ash bar barrel barrei barTel ¬
Tel for all tho attention that la I being paid paidto
to thorn One of them laws was designed de lrned to tocut tofut tocut
I S cut off tho nocalled horse and carriage carriagegraft earrln18Jrllrt carriagegraft
graft IIr f iwbordlnato Government officials officialsand omcll officialsand 8 8and
and the other prohibited tho payment of ofnaUrios orIrll ofaIaris
naUrios Irll < to person In tho Government ser service serrice sorvice ¬
otherwise otherwisethan otherwllethan otherwisethan
vice who ho arc Incapacitated
than temporarily from performing efficient efficientservice emclentI
service serviceItrpreApntAtlve rVIO
I 7 ItrpreApntAtlve Landis of Indiana started ntartedthe tartedthp
the agitation against tho horse and carriage carriagegraft carrlapgraft carriapraft
graft In one of his speeches ho h made the thelUtoment thelatflment thetaUunent
lUtoment that If all the home and carriages carriagespaid carriagespaJd carriagespaid
paid for by the Government and maintained maintainedfor
for the personal use of Department officials officialsinro otllclalllftrfl officialswr
inro wr placed in a straight line they would wouldreach wouldreach wouldreach
reach from rom the Capitol to the White House Houset Hou e editance
t distance of something more than a mile mileMr mileIr mileMr
Mr Ir I andis may be young and enthusi enthusiastic enthualutic l lullc ¬
astic hut when ha made that statement be hawan beWAIl beWAR
wan sticking strictly to the facts At any anyrate anyrale anyrate
rate the House was sufficiently Impressed Impressedto Impre ImpressedtopasabllI ed
to topasabllI pass a bill providing that thaVnopart no part of any anymoney anymoney anymoney
money appropriated by this or any other otheract otherct otheract
act ct hall be available for paying expenses expensesof
of hoe and carriages or drivers therefor thereforfor
for the personal use of any officer provided providedfor
for by this or any other act other than the thePrrcident tbePrflldent thePraldent
Prrcident of orthe the United States the heads of ofexecutive ofp ofexecutive
executive p eocuth Departments and the Secretary Secretarytothe Secretaryto Secretarytothe
tothe to Ihl President PresidentThe PrealdentTh
The Th subordinates who presumably pre umably would wouldt
t lIP > affected alTecll < l by the bill didnt turn a hair hairwhen halrhn hairwhen
when hn they found out what the House had haddone haddonI beddonn
done They were ere considerably disturbed disturbedB
B little later however when the Senate Senatechipped SenatehlppPd Senateh1ppd
chipped In an or official after the per perFonal perfona pernnaI
Fonal fona nnaI in the House measure But they theydidnt theydldnl theydidnt
didnt have to worry very long for when whenthp whenth whenbill
thp th bill came out worrr of 0 the conference com committee comml cornmItte ¬
mittee ml lI > e the obnoxious or official was no nolonger nolonglr noionger
longer a part of It Tho carriage users usersnettled UBeIllpltled usersppttId
nettled back on their cushions once more moreand moreand moreand
and they havent taken the trouble to sit situp liltIJ sitJp
up IJ straight since sinceThe ainceTh
The Th one fly in their honey is th the little littleInnocent littleInnocent littleinnocent
Innocent appearing provision In the Sundry SundryCivil BundryCiil Sundry1v1I
Civil bill which says that all carriages ex expt exIpt cxopt
opt pt those of Cabinet officers maintained maintainedat
at Government expense must be plainly plainlymarked plainlymarked plainlymarkPd
marked with the name of the Department Departmentto
to which they are attached Whether or ornot ornot ornot
not any attempt will be made to enforce enforcethin enforcethlll enforcethiR
thin provision it is very evident that the thelaw thela thejaw
law la with regard to the personal reonal use of ofOovernment ofGOemment ofGovernment
Government exj exjThe equipages will simply bo Ig Ignorro Ignored
norro norroThl °
noredThe The bill has not reduced the number of ofvehicles orehlcl18 ofvehicles
vehicles in service In some Departments Departmentsthe
the law will be evaded by permitting the theSecretary theecrelary theSecretary
Secretary to assign his hI carriages earrla carriageseach carriageseachSecretary each eachSecretary eachSlCretary
Secretary having more than one onto to As Assistant AIfl8lant AsIstant ¬
sistant Secretaries and subordinates gen generally generally generally ¬
erally In others the Assistant Secretaries Secretariesill
viii ill be permitted to keep their carriages carriagesIf carrage carrageIf
If they care to leaving it to their con concciences conpcilnce coneiences
cciences to determine whether the use of the thevehicles thelhlclee theehIclee
vehicles is personal per rsofla1 ooal use within the meaning
of ofthelaw ofthelawIt the law lawIt
It is held by some high officials that al alIhe athe a acarriages
the new proV prevision llon prohibits only the use of ofcarriages ofcarriages
carriages for personal use the Assistant Assistanttheir AIIlIiltantSecretaries AssistantSecretaries
Secretaries have a perfect right to u use their theirOovemmlnt theirL
Government veblole vebloesingolng In l 1g to and fom fomfj fomp
L their duties at lea least U From this IhI point ti tltnent tidoesnttakt tidoesnt
fj p doesnttakt doesnt taJcs long for the average Depart Departmpnt Departmnt
tnent official to persuade hlmaelf that i imatter no nomailer noflatter
matter when he uses his Government ca cathe car carriage carrlage
riage and no matter where It takes him blmth himhi
the th hi > use t is always official officialThe omclalThe offictaiThe
The provision with regard to mark markrarriacen marked markedrarrlages markedcarrlages
rarriacen will probably be evaded eo o fa faAH far far8H faras
AH assistant secretaries chief clerks 4o 4oare etoare o oare
are concerned on the ground that the thecarriagee these theaecRrrlaftE8 thesecarriages
carriages are provided for the use of head headof heads headsor
of Departments and are only lent to th thofficials the tbeomclall theofficials
officials < who use them themThe themThe themThe
The horse and carriage graft crusade crusadi
i no new thing in Washington Some Somelime SometimeR Sometlmce
lime the reform in this direction Is at attempted attempted attempted
tempted by example and sometimes It I Ilesfislatlve Ia Iaplrlslatlve islegislative
legislative as in the present instance instanceThe InstanooThe iflStSilOOThe
The most notable example of the former formemethod ronnerm formermtliod
of the first Cleve Cleveland Clevelancl ClaYsland
method m > lhod was at the time
land Administration when AttorneyGen AttorneyGencral
cral ral Garland and Secretary of the Interior InterioKumar InteriorIImnr InteriorLamar
Kumar signnllized their iheirentra000 entrance Into office offloliv omoohv officeby
liv Belling the hornes carriages harneei harneeiniirt hameeanoet hameseand
and all the rest of the livery equipment equlpmenMonRinR equipment1I equipmenthlonging
MonRinR 1I > on ing to their departments and an announcine announclng annotinring
nouncine their determination either to toThe toridp toiide
ridp In their own private rigs or to walk walkThl walkThe
The good resolution lasted about a year yearAt yearllhl yearAt
At llhl the end of that period new livery Iheryequlp Iheryequlpmlnl equip equlpmonls equipnienk
monls were purchased for the Department Departmentof
of Justice and the Department of the In Inprior InIlrlor Inttrlor
prior andaccording and according to all reports Attor AttorneyGeneral Attornr Attorrvenerei ¬
neyGeneral nr > Gcneral Garland and Secretary Lamar Lamarwere Lamarw
were w pr normal and happy for the remainder remainderof
of thpir I h > lr terms termsJ
J 1 Sterling Morton of Nebraska who was wasCleveland WMscretary wasScretary
scretary or Agriculture under tn tie f5C0nd f5C0ndCJIeland accondCleveland
Cleveland Administration was probably probablythe
the only on1 man who ever put a tag on his hisGovernment hisJol hisGovernment
Government Jol > rnment carriage Mr Morton was waathe WBIIIhl wasth
the th originator ori inalor of Arbor rOOr Day and an enthusi enthusiast ¬
ast R t on everything connected with forestry forestrynml foreetrynnd forestryand
and when Secretary Wilson his successor successorunder sUCOOllllorIIndr successorutder
under the McKinley Administration en entpred entrd I IIprNI
tpred Into office he found that the car carriages carragtF carriags ¬
riages ragtF for the use of the Secretary of Ag Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture ¬
riculture were emblazoned with a tree and andtho andIhll andth
tho th accompanying motto Plant Trees TreesMr TreeIr TreesMr
Mr Ir Wilson 1I on carried the motto around with withhim wilhhim withhim
him for a while and then some carriage carriagepainter carriagepainter carriagePainter
painter had a job jobSome jobSoml jobSome
Some time ago a high official of the he Post PostOffice POBtOffice Postifflec
Office who had heard a good deal about the theliorce theIlollI theIorVe
liorce IorVe and carriage graft before he accepted acceptedhis
his hi present office sent for the official in inchareo Inchar incharge
charge char f1 of the contingency fund and asked askedhim ukedhim askedhim
him how it was that in the Post POB Office De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment only the th PostmasterGeneral had hadcarriage hadcarrisgfl hadcarnage
carriage free freeIn rreeIn freeSIn
SIn In the other departments he said I Inotice Inotice I Inotice
notice that assIstant secretaries not as high highin I
in rank as I am chief chlerclerklland clerks and even private privateM privateIfPlarle privateecretaries
> M cretarie > are provided with carriages and andthat andthat andthat
that they the use them whenever they get good goodand goodRnd goodand
and ready ready They ride to their offices and andM andhome andhome
home again we them for their own personal personalas
M well as a official calls and keep them work working workIng working ¬
ing overtime for tho benefit of the memo membra memoI inemhers ¬
bra I of their families As long as they theyMem theyPem theyeem
Mem to be so easy to get Id like to have haveone haeWell haveOne
one oneWell Well said the contingency fund man manan manIII manas
an III he scratched his head no official of the thePost thePost thePost
Post Office Department other than the thePostmasterGeneral Iheo thePoetmasterGeneal
PostmasterGeneral o tm llerGeneral has ever eerhad had a team teamHowever teamHowever teamHowever
However I guess we can get you a screen screenwagon screenvagon creen1rhagon
wagon We e have an appropriation for one onethat oneI onethat
that 1rhagon I lit hasnt been purchased purch as yet Ill Illattend Illallend Illattend
attend to It tomorrow tomorrowScreen tomorrowScreen tomorrowScreen
Screen wagonl wagon I veiled the high official officialho
ho is noted for his extremely unofficial unofficialvocabulary unomclocabular unofficial unofficialocabulary
vocabulary ocabular What do I want with a aKreen ac ascreen
screen c en wagon Do you ou think Im a mall mallba mailbag
bag ba bagOh
IIOh 0h aid the subordinate apologetic apologeticflly apologetioII apologetically
ally II r I thought you understood Of courseI course COUTIIIIIll
I Ill U have to order a screen wagon and A Afcreon alICrMn iteTeen
fcreon lICrMn wagon will bo 1 > 0 shipped but I guess guessNever gUCIIlor guessliT
liT the time It gets here It will look likes likesVictoria IIkeaIlorla
Victoria or a brougham broughnmlOer broughamNever
Never lOer mind said the official deciding decidingO
to O think the screen wagon wngonpropoeltlonover wngonpropoeltlonoveror proposition over overuntil
for or a while you neoont bother about It Itunlll itUntill
until Untill I tell tellyou you OU to todoso todosoAnd do so soAnd 110And
And he afterward thanked his lucky
Mars that he hadnt been a party to the thecreen theicr theecreen
creen icr > n wagon victoria brougham trans transformation transormation ¬
formation formation scheme for about two weeks weeklater weekslater
later Representative Landis made his hisfamous hisamofle
famous speech about the mile of Govern OovernWentcarriaBBK Governm Governmoot
WentcarriaBBK m moot > nt carrlag and thecrunado the crusade against the thftKraft theraft thegre
Kraft gre raft t had begun be un
The provision against the employ of ofincapacitated ofIflcapanitafrl
Intnp incapacitated einINI clerks In the Government Governmentnervico GovernmentIII GovernmentRervice
nervico > In I already just about an muoh of ofa ornh ofa
a nh dead adltller letter as n the Ih antlreirringo law and andthat
that I tnatlssavingagooddeal It IN saving a good lood deal
According AltCOrdlng to the age pension orler orSer pro promulgated prorhlJ proau1gated ¬
mulgated rhlJ br b the Commissioner of T Ten Tiensions TiensionsA Tiensionsother tension tensionA looJ looJJ
other r da nay a man who III veteran or orWHar oi
A J Uw drUwtr WHar dvii U Incapacitated tated at the mgi o of
ftorItIMWIwa N aa4 14 ems eeIIatteI emsPI7
PI7 a tteI dewrI ewu eIIIf an out AI 7t 1M 1Mmrn a lv si unNt
mrn tlYiI vIidIuteceerd unNtvIidIuteceerd 100 UI = l
In toUwt d tI
tinotlii I he psue of tile th tt law Oon Oonmen Oovmntnent
men tnent employ I at hi his beI hut when he hemor Ii Iimore
more than 10 ConhaquiJy Ut1ltl titre d doesnt doesntappear Mn MnAppear
Appear to tob 1M any dl disposition ltlo to toapply appl the
law to plwki clerks whoordinarily who ordinarily would b bregarded bit bitrflarded beregarded
regarded M II MimiclrdMd IOmuob iO niueh dead timber on the
Oovwnrrwnt L rolls rolUIn rDILIn rollsIn
In the War V si Department an Inrentlgatlon InrentlgatlonWM InestIatI n nwas
WM mad and It It WM found that In the theoord
Jtaoord oord and Pension Division where there thereWM therewas
WM the greatest number of aced < < 0 < < 1 clerk clerkIn olerketl1e
the rate or efficiency was thhll the highest Ht or orany o oflT
any flT In the dl department 4rtrnent The officials who whoconduoltd whoconducted
conducted the lnvOlltl Investigation tlon seemed med grieved rleed
that tht there wMnt a dIvision of OIIntenariana
In the Department Departmllntwho whose e work might be becompared becomPlUlld becompared
compared comPlUlld M on the principle unearthed by
the Inquiry the older a olork is the better betterwork betterwork betterwork
work he can do and the brighter he is 1 In Intellectually Intellrotllally intelleotually ¬
tellectually I IIn
In the Pension Bureau which Is a fair fairsample fairIlAmplo fairsample
sample of tho Government departments departmentsthere
there are II 0 clerk who are more mOrltthan than 70 70year 70year I
year of age te and 148 who are between 89 89M 65and I Iand
and 701 70 making a total or 284 who are over I IM
M Of Ollhls oi this total tot l one Is M one oneill Is M Mltwo two are areof fit
81 two are 82 and two ar are al Jne the ages agMor agesof I
of thirtyfour others range from 78 to 80 80years 80years 80years
years yearsSo
So for as known no Investigation InTe tllation has hasbeen
been made in the Pension Bureau to deter determine detlrmine dotermine ¬
mine the therelatlTe relative efficiency el clenoy of the clerks clerksbut olerkllbut clerksbut
but those officials omolalllin In Washington who have havewatched haveIIntohed havewatched
watched the course of events since the thege thepassage
passage ge of the incapacitated Inon Itled law lawwhlcb lawwhichincidentally which whichname I
FnJ incidentally ntanT III deeorftt deeorlbed All a mighty good SOOdnama goodname
name for It Itare are confident that such an anInquiry anInquiry anInquiry
Inquiry when made will show that the thobetter themerry themerry
merry old gentleman of 8G yealll who heads headllthe headsthe
the A age < < e lilt III at preeent the moat efficient ellicientclerk efficientclerk
clerk In the bureau and that he Is getting
better every day da he lives livesWBATtUOLDVPONTBE IIveeWHAT livesWHAT
WBATtUOLDVPONTBE WHAT HOLDUPON HOLDUP ON THE BlllDO BlllDOndtor BRIDGECoudsotor BRIDGET BRIDGETCcndaetor
Ccndaetor ndtor Says a Man ASsaulted Him on onHI onBit onIlls
HI Bit Car and Robbed Him of M4 M4Cornelius S41Cornelius 4 4Cornelius
Cornelius Bryan who declined to give givehis givehla ginhis
his address was arraigned before Magis Magistrate Magilltrate Magistrate ¬
trate Dooley In the Adams street police policecourt policecourt policecourt
court Brooklyn yesterday charged with withassault withult withassault
assault ult and robbery The complainant complainantwas
was Abraham Pinco a conductor in the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of the Coney Island and Brooklyn BrooklynRailroad BrooklynRailroad Brooklyn1a1lroad
Railroad Company Place told Magistrate MagistrateDooley MagilltrateDooley MagistrateDooley
Dooley this story storyA
A few minute after midnight while I Iwas Iwu Iwas
was on my m car which wa crossing the theBridge theBridge theridge
Bridge this man assaulted a me and robbed robbedme
me of ttio U6 Then he jumped off the car carand carand carand
and tried to escape e ops I gave chase oha e with withone withone withone
one of the passengers pu engelll and finally ftnall he was wasarrested 1188rTellted wasarrested
arrested by a policeman policemanWhat policemanWbatl policemanWbatt
What A holdup on the Brooklyn BrooklynBridge BrooklynBrld BrooklynBridge
Bridge Brld e1 asked Magistrate Dooley DooleyThats Doole DooleThat DooleyThats
Thats That what It was replied Conductor ConductorPlnoo ConductorPlnoo ConductorPlnoo
Plnoo PlnooBryan PlnooBryan PlnooBryan
Bryan pleaded not guilty The police policeman policeman polleeman ¬
man who made the arrest said he had not notwitnessed notwltnea notwitnessed
witnessed wltnea ecl the assault or the robbery and andarrested and anearreeted andarrested
arrested the man upon the complaint of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conductor Bryan was remanded for forexamination rorexm1natlon forexamination
examination examinationELON exm1natlonEUJN examinationEL4IN
ELON R BROWNS RICH PICKINGS PICKINGSSams PICKING8Sama PICKINGSSemi
Semi Prawn From the Treasury Treal1lJ for Legal LegalServices Lepln1 LegalServices
Services ServicesALBAJT ServicesArsirr n1 ea eaALIIUIT
ALBAJT May MayMSenator 30 30Senator Senator Elon R Brown Brownis
is one of the members of the upper house houseof houseor houseof
of the StateLegislature who could never neverbear neverbear neverbear
bear tJ t have his rectitude questioned questionedWhenever queetlonedWhenever questionedWhenever
Whenever anything was said aid that could be beconstrued beconatrued beconstrued
construed as a reflection upon his character characterit
it was his hI custom to rise rl e in the Senate and andproceed andproceed andproceed
proceed to give himself hlm eU a moral white whitewashing whitewMhlng whitewashing ¬
washing and beating his breast to call callupon caI1upon callupon
upon Heaven and his colleagues to witness witnesshis wltnelllhis witnesshis
his purity of thought and d character cha te At i
the same those e I Ithe
the good Elon knew something of his I I abil ability abllIty ability ¬
ity to reach out for things thIn especially in inthe Inthe inthe
the State Forest Fore t Preeerve Board BoaJdand and the theForest theForest theoreat
Forest oreat Fish and Game Commission CommissionMr Comml lon lonMr
Mr Browns appetite for dipping Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the State treasury was sharpened while whilehe whilehe whilebe
he was a member of the constitutional constltuUonalconventi con convention conventlon ¬
vention venti on in 1894 I t Two years later certain certainprominent certainprominent certainprominent
prominent politicians in Jefferson county countywho countywho countywho
who had money corning to them were re responsible rellponllible responsible ¬
sponsible for having Mr Brown appointed appointedas
as a commissioner comml loner to investigate the thecharges thecharg08 thecharges
charges against the then Superintendent of ofState ofSlate ofState
State Prisons Austin Lathrop For thl thlwork thilwork ibis ibiswork
work he received 4639M The charges chargesagainst chargeagainst chargesagainst
against Supt S pt Lathropwere not sustained sustainedIt
It was during this thl investigation Inve tllJatlon that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Brown met Senator Edgar T Bracket Bracketwho Brackettwho Brackeltwho
who with Mr Brackett law partner partnerJudge partnerJudge partnerJudge
Judge Houghton was Mr Lathrops coun counsel counsel couneel ¬
sel Mr Bracketts fee In that case was
18811 8811 and Mr Houghtons M715 6715 Since Sincethat Sincethat Sincethat
that time ienators Brown and Brackett Bracketthave Bracketthave Bracketthave
have been close friends resulting In the theinauguration theInauguration theinauguration
inauguration of the insurgent movement movementin
in the State Senate last year Senator SenatorBrackett SenatorBrackett SenatorBrackett
Brackett had a valuable ally in Senator SenatorBrown SenatorBrown SenatorBrown
Brown in his efforts to defeat the anti antiConfleld antiCanfield antiCanfield
Canfield gambling bill billSince billSince billSince
Since 1800 Senator Brown has drawn drawneither drawneither drawneither
either personally or through his law linn jrp of ofBrown ofBrOlln ofBrown
Brown Carlisle A Hugo at Watertown WatertOllDi252
9252 from the State for services II ITlce as counsel counselto
to the State Fish Commissioner Comml lon r or the State StateForest StateForest StateForest
Forest Preserve Pre erve Board the latter of which whichpurchases whichpurchasos whichpurchases
purchases land for the Adirondack State StatePark StatePark StatePark
Park The last amount drawn from the theState theState theState
State treasury through State Fish Com Commissioner Comml Cornmissioner ¬
missioner ml lol1er Mlddleton by Senator Brown Brownwas BrollnWB8 Brownwas
was on Tuesday last Mar 24 when a check checkfor checkror checkfor
for 1500 SOO was sent to Mr Brown at Water Watertown Watertown Watertown
town townA townA
A cursory examination of the books booksof booksor booksof
of the State Comptroller shows that the theabove theabov theabove
above amounts were drawn from the State Statetreasury Staletreallury Statetreasury
treasury by Senator Brown or his law firm firmIt tlrmIt flnanIt
It is well known however that other pay payments pa pamntll paymenta ¬
ments from the State treasury trea ury have gone goneIn goneIn gonein
In the same direction directionIn
In view of the fact that Senator Brown BrownIs
Is I a leading member of the Senate Finance FinanceCommittee Financecommltteel FinanceCommittee
Committee which virtually controls the theappropriations theapproprlat theappropriations
appropriations commltteel approprlat onll to the departments which whichpaid whichpaid whichpaid
paid him or his firm the tb moneys referred to toin totbere tothere
there are tho those e who regard his conduct oonductIn
in accepting such payments as dishonor dishonorable dillbonorable dishonorable ¬
able While there seems mil to be no law to toprevent 10prevent toprevent
prevent members of the Legislature from frompursuing frompursuing I IpUnlulng
pursuing this palpably Improper course courseIt oour courseit e eIt
It Is evident that th t one onellheulcl should be b placed on onthe onthe onthe
the statute books or in the State Constitu ConstituFor Constitulion Constitution
lion lionFor For several years Gov Go Odell baa per persistently persistently r relatently ¬
sistently refused to approve the approprla appropriation approprlalion approprladon ¬
lion of moneys for the purchase e of ad additional addltlonal additiorisi ¬
ditional lands for public park pu puIn purposes purposesin purposein
in the Adirondacks and the Catskills But ButSenator ButSenator ButSenator
Senator Brown at the last session Ion of the theLegislature theLegililature theLegislature
Legislature Induced the Governor to ap approve approve approve ¬
prove an appropriation of 250000 for that thatpurpose th thatpurpose t tpu
purpose pu All lands purchased pureha ed must mu t have havenecessitates havetheir havetheir
their titles examined and proved which whichnecessitates
necessitates nece ltatea the employment emplo ent of counsel counselby counselby counselby
by the State Purchasing Board which is iscomposed IIIcomPOfled iscomposed
composed of State Fish Commissioner CommissionerMiddleton Comml CommissionerMiddleton loner
Middleton Secretary of State OBrien and andState andState andState
State Treasurer Wlckser WlckserMr Wlck WIclserMr er erMr
Mr Browns law firm expects to get the thelegal thelegal he heleRIII
legal work attached to the purchase of these thesedepartments theselands theselands
lands during the present year The pros proeJ prospect
J pect > eCt or this and other legal work for Slate Slateile Statedepartments
departments ile menta undoubtedly undoublrolywu was responsible responsiblefor
for Senator Browns determination not to tocontinue 10continue tocontinue
continue as uState State Senator His knowledge knowledgeof
of the th general attitude of the public toward towardmembers towardmembere towardmembers
members of the Legislature acting as ascounsel sacounAeI ascounsel
counsel for the State < departments made It Itseem Itm Itseem
seem m necessary neoe ary for him to give up either eitherhis eitherhis eitherhis
his Senatorshlp or his rich counsel coun el fees feesand feesand feesand
and he chose to do the former And yet yetno yetso t
no that he might still be a power In the theState theSlate theState
State Legislature by proxy he Is i endeavor endeavoring endeavorIng endeavorIng ¬
ing to t force the nomination of District DistrictAttorney DilltrictAltorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney George H Cobb of Jefferson Jeffersoncounty JelllIlIIODeount Jeffersoncounty
county eount as his successor in the Senate SenateMetal SenaleI SenateMetal
Metal I tal Trades Committee In Srwlon SrwlonCINCINNATI 5lIlonCUIC1NNATI geulonCflc1NNAt
CINCINNATI May 30 3DA A committee of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the National Metal Trades Association Associationmet
met here todar and tonight in secret secretsession secretsession eerttIon
session Ion The members declined to give giveout liveout giveout
out anyfstatement but It is understood understoodthat underatOodthat understoodthat
that the Chicago strike of metal workers workerswaa workerswaa
waa chiefly cbie T considered ooDlt1d ooDlt1dw
w
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Jbn 11m Hair Pompadour Spots po a Dramatic Drimattoldy DramaUoLad DramaticLady
Lady Lad AmOD Among the Lady Lad Central CenlnllBroad CenlnllBroadFllrDllhH CentzaiflroadFnrntahes Bromd BromdFornlibe
Fornlibe a Report of the Ball to tothe 10Ute tothe
the Ctrl That Couldnt Come ComeThe ComeThe ComeThe
The Lady Centrals more Informally Informallyknown Informallyknown Informallyknown
known aa II hello girls ralMd the lid yea yeaterday yeaterday yesterday
terday long enough to celebrate their theirTlotory theirIotory theirvictory
victory over the telephone authorities authoritiesand authoritiesand I Iand
and try two new dances at their annual annualracketat annualracket annualracket
racketat racket at the Murray Hill Lyceum There Therewere ThereWere Therewere
were nearly neariytwohundredcentzals two hundred hundredcentrala central and a boy boyand boyand boyand
and a half for every girl girlI girlChooae girlChooie
I Choo Chooae e your partners for the shirt waist waistwaltz wallltwaltz waistwaltz
waltz called the man on the stage and andeverybody andeverybody andeverybody
everybody got Into action Thirtyeighth Thirtyeighthand
and Riverside knew the shirt waist waltz waltzand waltzand waltzand
and a Thirtyeighth Thlrty lghth blue of gown and gold goldof goldof I Ior
of hair shot out a tennis shoe In what Tre Tremont Tremontealled Tremoat
mont montealled called a walk walkMomlngslde walkMomlngalde walkMorningelde
Momlngslde and Harlem owned to being beingmystified beingmystlfled beingmystifled
mystified mystifiedWalk mystlfledWalk mystifledWalk
Walk three paces then glide for four fourmeasures fourmeuurOll fourmeasures
measures This way and Thirtyeighth Thirtyeighthdropped Thlrtyelghthdropped Thirtyeighthdropped
dropped Into the approved Broadway Broadwaystride Broadwaystride Broadwaystride
stride for three steps then began to todance todanceNow dance danceNow danceNow
Now get the hang of It ItHello ItHello ItHello
Hello said a hotel switchboard boy boywhats boywhats boytmwhats
whats that number again One three In Ina Ina ina
a walk and then two four in a glide Dead Deadeasy Deadeuy Deadeasy
easy come on Thirtyeighth ThirtyeighthThe
The hello girls caught the dance with withremarkable withrltmarkablel withremarkable
remarkable alacrity alacrityNow alacrityNow AcrityNow
Now choose cboo e your partners for the short shortskirt shortIIklrt shortskirt
skirt twostep announced the man from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the stage stageI
I just think thats awful said Melrose Melrosefrom loltlroaefrom Meirosefrom
from a mass of baby blue and pink ref ruffles rofftee refties ¬
ties We aint come here In shirt waists walstaand waistsand waistsand
and short skirts Weve got on party partyclothes partyclothEll partyclothes
clothes clothesBut clothEllBut clothesBut
But this thills U ii a new fad saW aId Broad In a alinen aline alinen
linen line n tailor suit Say who Is that girl girlrith girlwith girlwith
with the biscuit shoes
I dont know but Ive got a
notion shes ehe a manager Shes got go > t half halthe halfthe halfthe
the boys on her wire Blue dress lavender lavenderpetticoat lavendertt1coat lavenderpetticoat
petticoat tt1coat violet hat and anducb such feetl feetlbla feetlblacuit feettbtacult bis biscuit ¬
cuit shoes ihoeaThe shoesThe OOet OOetThe
The Interest of the Lady Centrals an well wellas wellas wellas
as of some of the boys centred In the golden goldenhaired goldenhaired goldenhaired
haired beauty I8uty with the biscuit shoes shoesThirtyeighth IIboeRThlrtyelehlh shoesThirtyeighth
Thirtyeighth didnt know her Broad said saidNot lIaldNot saidNot
Not for ours Gramercy and Chelsea and andCortland andCortland andCortland
Cortland were mystified and John J obn was waa8llked wasaskedas asked askedas
as 1 a final resort resortI
I havent been between the world and andPark andPark andPark
Park row for well for a long time timefor timefornothing timefornothing for fornothing
nothing Ill show you how a reporter reporterdoes reporterdoe reporterdoes
does it said he heWhat heWhat heWhat
What Is your street John asked the thebiscuit thebillcult thebiscuit
biscuit slippered blonde a moment later laterMy laterMy laterMy
My street What do you mean de demanded demanded dornanded ¬
manded tho biscuit slippered one oneYour oneYour i
Your connection connectionOh
Oh and the pale shoe maiden smiled smiledI IImlledproud smiledproudfy
proud proudfy y the Third avenue avenuenever avenueI
I never heard of that exchange said saidTea ealdJohn saIdJohn
John JohnY69 Tea Ive only been there a week weekWhere weEkWhere weekWhere
Where wereyou were you before asked John JohnWell JobnWell JohnWell
Well Ive been lots of places I was wasat wasat IUat
at the Casino wunst and the pale slip slippared flippel1Ki slifpored
pared one looked over the brown pompa pompadour pompafour pompadour ¬
dour of John to where the male wall flow flowYoure flowlitS flowsrs
litS were gossiping jt088lplngThe gossipingThe
The CaslnoIOh gasped John JohnYoure JohnYoure
Youre not a lady central cenlralat at all allBet nilBet allBet
Bet your tour life Im 1 m not Im in the field of ofdrama ordrama ofdrama
drama John tossed her head and wild wildHlng MidHIn saidRIM
Hlng HIn RIM off You ought to be In a cabbage cabbagefield cabbagotleld cabbagefield
field fieldThe The Murray Hill phone was In demand demandso
so often by y absent lady centrals that the thesome theMadlllOn theMadison
MadlllOn Square chief operator finally cut cutoil cutoff
oil the wire Every exchange In town called calledIIOme calledsome
some one of the celebrators to the phone phoneto phone phoneWhen
to get t full particulars of the racket mcketVI rackethen
When VI hen Broad was called the last time timeshe timeehe timeshe
she gave rave out this description descriptionHowling de descriptionHowling cripUon cripUonHowllng
Howling success Swell dressers Yes Yestheyre Y YIheyre Yestheyre
theyre all here Shes got on pink No Noa
a new one with last years black bl ck velvet velvetbows velvetbows elntbows
bows Yes and hes got his coat off danc danchave danclngaint danelogaint
lngaint that awfull Ya a few others othershave othershave
have too Hot Yes Ye Well listen Te TIRF TIRFhe Tesshes s si
he hes got i on garters Tters to match her drew drewthose drellWell dressWell
Well I dont know what you call em but butth08B butthose
those things to keep their shirt sleeves up upAnd upAnd upAnd
And her face Is red and shiny And say Tesa Tesathe TIIAthe Tessthe
the shirt waist waltz Is divine Danced it itwith Itwith Itwith
with John Yes nearly everybody got on onwhite onwhite onwhite
white and blue and pink And everybodys everybodysgot everybodysgot
got their hair done up In Dolly Varden Vardenand Vardenand Yardenand
and say aylBlancheoh Blanche Blancheoh oh you YOl1know know used to be boat boatRlvelllaegot beatIliverelciegOt at atRiverside
Riverside Rlvelllaegot IliverelciegOt got the grandest pompadour pompadourYes
Yes I know Isnt it awful to haveem have em ring ringlike ringlike ringlike
like that Well I must go back to the theI theracket theracket
racket I nun OK Yell < r Wellj big Jam ami and everybody rf w wsome her herIIOms here heresome
some of em got kids with em Broads Broadsbest Broadebeat Broadsbest
best dressed dree ed l Let < et em ring ringAfter ringAfter ringAfter
After the postal card order of the tele telephone Itlephone telephone ¬
phone company went forth two weeks weeksago weeksago II IIago
ago prohibiting lady centrals dances and andthe andIhe andthe
the girls threatened th tened to revolt rltToltanotherorder revoltanotherorderwas another order orderwas
was issued retracting the first edict but butthe butthreatenlng butthreatening
threatening instant dlllmlllllBl or any girl girlwho girlwho
who was late to Work the next shUt after Arterthe afterthe
the dance For this reason the ball was wasclosed wallcJOIIIId wasclosed
closed at 0 oclock as most of the girls re reported reo reoported reported ¬
ported for night work at 9 9GIRL IIGIRl 9GIRlS
GIRL FELL UNDER CARROUSEI CARROUSELHer
Her 0s Body Bod Wai a Cut and Brntied and Her rr Leg LtcCraned Lescr1llhed LegCrushed
Craned and Broken BrokenPATKRSON BroknPATBIISON BrokenPATSSS0N
PATKRSON N J May 80 IIDAnnle Annie Bland
10 years old fell off a merrygoround In InEast InEaat inEast
East Side Park today and rolled under underthe underthe underthe
the moving platform Her screams of ofpain orpain ofpain
pain frightened the children on the wooden woodenanimals woodenanlmalll woodenanimals
animals and a panlo among them and their theirmothers Iheirmothelll theirmothers
mothers was averted only 0 nly by quickly quicklystopping quIcklystopping qulcklystopping
stopping the carrousel carrouselThe ea rrou rrousel rrouselThe el elllie
The girl was picked up unconscious unconsciousBesides uneonllCloulIBP8ldell unconsciousBesides
Besides cuts and bruises brul on her lx body > dy her herleft herleft herleft
left leg was crushed and broken She Shewas Shewu Shewas
was taKen to the General Hospital The Theinjured ih ihInjured lhtiinjured
injured leg will not have to be amputated amputatedPVNCBIXO ampulatedPUNCHING amputatedPUNCHING
PUNCHING THEIR AMVSEMEXT AMVSEMEXTBUok
Black Association Had m Rood Oood Time While WhileWaiting WhIleWaiting hlle hlleWalt
Waiting Walt In for a Train TrainA
A free fight took place In the waiting waitingroom wltlnRroom waitingroom
room of the Lackawanna Railroad depot depotIn
In Hoboken last night among members membersof
of the Black Association of Peterson who whospent whollpent whospent
spent the day up the IheHudson Hudson on the steam steamboat pteamboat steambest ¬
boat Grand Republic While waiting for fortheir forIhelr fortheir
their train I some of r the colored men amused nmumxithemselves amusedthemselves mulIl < l lthem
themselves them el111 by punching heads and over overturning Oerturning overturning ¬
turning seats seatsSeveral seatsSeveral EIalllSeveial
Several women fainted and police head headquarters hadquarlelll headquarters ¬
quarters waa notified that a riot was in inprogress Inprogre inprogress
progress l A squad of policemen UoemeD cleared clearedtbt clearedthe clearedlb
the lb waiting wiUD room bat m made de no arrests arre ta
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THE THEGARDEN THEfiARDEN THIGARDEN
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Atlantic City N J JHAS JHAS JHAS
HAS NO EQUAL EQUALAmerican EQUALAmcrlcan EQUALAmerican
American and European Plans PlansThe PlansThe PlansThe
The only hotel in Atlantic City em employing employing employlng
ploying white service seic throughout 200 200rooms 200rooms
rooms roms 100 fO baths with wih sea water waterFamous waterFamous waterFamous
Famous cuisine Highclass Highca s patronage patronageBeautiful patronageBeautful patronageBeautiful
Beautiful Beautful gardens on the roof rof Per Personal Personal Personal ¬
sonal representative represntatve Mr Harry M MWright MWright MWright
Wright formerly of Hotel Cecil CecilLondon Cci CecilLondon
London now at Hotel Manhattan Manhattanfrom Manhatan Manhatanfrom Manhattanfrom
from 8 to 11 I I and 4 to 7 Send Sendpostal Sendpostal Sendpostal
postal or phone and he will wi call callMarlborough cal calMarborough callfrlarlborough
Marlborough Marborough House HouseAtlantic DouseAtatc
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space spe on each aide Idtl Its I substantial ubtaUal construction constructionarchitectural conslnlcton conslnlctonarchl conitnictionarchitectural
architectural archl lral beauty bcaul Interior Inlcror elegance and con canentene ¬
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Sea Sa and fresh frtlb water Iu all al baths Pure uteslan Aleslan tesian
well w1 water aler Golf privilege privilegeJOSIA11
JOSIAH 8 I W1fitTP WHITB VlIIT tc A SONS SONSProprietors S aossProprietors 1
Proprietors Prprietors and Managers ManagersHOTEL Maarer MaarerHOTEL ManagersHOTEL
HOTEL DENNIS
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WALTER W ALTER J BUZBY BUZBYGREENS BUZBYG BUZBYGREENS
GREENS G EENS EUROPEAN HOTEL HOTELBoardwalk HOTELDoardwAlk HOTELfloardwai
Boardwalk and Ocean Oca Ave AveAtlantic A AveAtlantic C Cante
Atlantic ante City CI N J 1
Fireproof Ffprf European tol an plan hot and cold sea waterour water wlnour wstcrour
our own OWI ow artesian anesan water Flemish cafe rooms rom single singleor
or en n suite sul rate rat JIJO per day da and up capacity capaciy too tooWhite 40tiitc
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for Illustrated IluslrAed literature Itralur N Y a Oftlcc Town and andCounty AndCounl andCount rI
County Count 289 1 89 Fourth Ave LEKUS L lll a < LIPIINCOTT LIPIINCOTTHOTEL IIPI LtPilNcOrrHOTEL CO COUOTEL
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Ocean end St 1 t Charles Place Plap Capacity Caplny 400 4 oo Mod Modern Mo Modera ¬
era In all 1 appointments service erlce and ad cuisine eUllne first firstclass nratel fleetCLaM
class el Elevator ElcvAor to street Srot level Private baths
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Sea Se end St James Place PlaceOpen Placpan IiaeeOpen
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Opens Opel June 25 Now XOI N ow open IROT for Inspection
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by n 1 salad Ilad raton Inltn at dinner and suffering sufferinggreat tullerlng tullerlngRrent sufferinggreat
great pain pin Kola JM I Follette Folele daughter of ofIho ortho ofthe
the Governor who ho Is making makln her dSbut djbut on onthp onIhlftnje onthestnge
Ihlftnje thestnge thp stage with tho Walton Waltn Pyre Py Pyre Stock Com Company om ompn cmpony ¬
pony appeared apfXlrc last night IIRht pluckily pluckiy refusing refuaingto rlhlling
pn to pivn Ire way to an understudy undenIUd Miss MIl La LaFollfitto L LaFolltte
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I SULLIVAN COUNTY N NNatures Y YNatures YI YINatures
Natures Favored Summer Resort ResortReached
Reached by the New York Ontario and Western Westen Railway Raiway with wih its it splendid vestibule vetbulc trains and anddrawingroom anddrawingroom anddrawingroom
drawingroom cars carsAverage crs crsAverage carsAverage
Average Elevation Elev ton 1800 Feet Above Sea Level LevelrAfiAfv LevelScenery Levelc
in i its natural views of the Cats C iS iSkils
Scenery c rAfiAfv IlncffrnaccAi1 ii I is great beauty Magnificent Magnifcent
JU5UCI7 Unsurpassd UnUrjkfeatfU kills kils and other New York and Pennsylvania Pennsylvala Mountains Mountainsflittiita Mountams MountamsClmate MountainsClim4A
flittiita ITn Vorlvalled Ilflfit72llAIl ritallol cool fresh and bracing bracng free from malaria malara malarahumidity malariawIImuIh
Uimaie Clmate wIImuIh UnnVaiea UUIIYU1IU humidity and mosquitoes mosquitoesEvery mosquitos mosquitosEver 0
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Streams and lakes lake abounding with trout trou pickerel and bass bas Good roads golf gol tennis romantic romanicdrive drive driveways driveways I Iways
ways endless endles social soial diversions diversionsNumerous diverions diverionsNumerous diversionsNumerous
Numerous falls and placid placd lakes Jae including White Lake Lke Lake Ophelia Ophela Kiamesha Kiame a Lake Swan Lake LakeWell LakeWel LakeWell
Well Wel conducted hotels hotel and boarding bading houses hous with wih prices prce of every range rangeThe T TThe J JThe
The Most Attractive and Picturesque Localities Localitiesand Localties Localtiesand Localitiesand
and Hotels and Boarding Houses Hou
LIBEKTY LIBEKTYHotel LIBE TY TYHote
Hotel Hote W WawoncH WswoadsH wond H W Dlctor DIetr J80 J80Llbertr 3 3Liberty
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The be Pleasant Peul View House loueI HouseJ J H Van a Orden 40 40Drew 4 401rew
Drew Cottace CottageMrs Mrs K McCarthy M MThe 75Cottages
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evidence evidenc of the popularity popularty of the theCATSKILL te teCATSKILL theCATSKILL
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINSThey MOUNTAINSTey
They Tey show that a greater greatr number nubr of ofpeople ofpoplo ofpeople
people poplo by over 50 6 went to t this thl section sectionduring acton actondurng sectionduring
durng during the year 1803 103 than tha to t any ay other othermountain oter otermoutan othermountain
mountain moutan section secion during dug the game lae period periodTHE pro periodTHE
THE HE ULSTER ULTER i DELAWARE DELWARE R R Ris I L LIs
is I the only standard stdar gauge gaug line Ue reach reaching rao reachIng ¬
ing all al points pint in this tis health het and ad pleas pleasure ple pleure pleasure ¬
ure resort which whic is a sanitarium altum for foreverybody loreverby foreverybody
everybody everby ror and a paradise for children childrenThere cldr childrenThere
There Ther are ar over 1000 10 hotels boarding boardinghouses blg blghouse boardinghouses
houses house and farm far houses house located locat in I this thisgrand thl thisgrand
grand and picturesque country countr wher whereyou where whereyou
you may my board boar for the season seasonA sMon sMonA
A little ltte book bk on trout fishing fhrg will wl be besent b besent
sent free fre on receipt rcIpt of two cents cnt post postThe pt poetage
age ageTe ageThe The Te illustrated lustrat summer book bk with withmap wth wthmap withmap
map of the Catskills Ctkls and ad complete complet list listof llt lltof listof
of hotels hotls and boarding barng houses hou 08 will wi be besent b besent
sent age ae free fr on receipt rcip of of eight cents cnt post postage pt poetage ¬
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