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In the November Number MR M LAWSON tells how George Westing Westinghouse Westinghouse Westin Westinhouse
house a world giant fought the system to a standstill and how howPresident howPresident howPresident
f President Roosevelt kicked Standard Oil out of the White House The Thedescription Thedescription
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don for Dealing With Corporate Over Overgrowths Onsrowtbl1Ilore OvergrowthsMore ¬
srowtbl1Ilore growths More About Lawmaking LawmaklngAnother LaftmaklnAnother LawmakingI
I Another large audience greeted tho Right RightHon RightHon flightHon
Hon James Bryce M P yesterday after afternoon aftprnoon afternoon ¬
noon when he stepped forward to deliver deliverthe delherthe deliverthe
the sixth lecture of his course on The Law Lawin LawIn Lawin
in Its Relation Relatl > n to History at Columbia Columbiayesterday Columbia7esterday Columbiayesterday
yesterday with another degree the gift giftof giftot giftof
of that university added to his already alreadylong alreadyi alreadylong
i long list of those honors More than half halfthe hallthe halfthe
the audience wero women womenMr womenMr womenV
V Mr Bryce did not devote much time to tothe tothe tothe
the United States or American law yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Ho did however express the thoopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that we had gone further and dono donomore donomore donomore
more to settle tho liquor traffic problems problemsby
by legislation than England has and ho hospoke hospoke hoI
spoke briefly of tho legal side of tho labor laborand laborand laborand
and trust problems problemsNoting problemsNoting problemsNoting
Noting that neither slavery extensions oxtenslonsofterritory of ofterritory ofterritory
territory nor tho Immenso volume ofEu ofEuropean otEuropean of Eu European ¬
ropean immigration had affected our laws lawsIn lawsIn lawsin
In any great degree Mr Bryce gavo as the thereason thore8llOn thereason
reason for this last that our law had reached reacheda
a stago of development where we had got gotrid gotrid gotrid
rid of tho old technicalities and it had be become become become ¬
come a powerful simple system which whichmode whichmade whichmade
made it unnecessary to alter It to suit new newcomers newcomers newcomers ¬
comers He went on to say of tho prob problems problems problema ¬
lems engaging attention hero and in England Eng England England ¬
land landFirst landFirst landFirst
First comes the restriction re trlction of the tramo trafficin tramoIn
in Intoxicating liquors That has been a aproblem aproblem aproblem
problem of great Importance Hero you youhave youhave OU OUhave
have taken It up and made many legislative legislativeexperiments legllatlveexperlment8 legislativef
f experiments and It seems eem to me that you youhave youhave youhave
have advanced with your our experiments fur further turtber further ¬
ther In the direction of securing ecurlDiI good laws tawsupon lawsupon Inwsupon
upon this subject without too t o much inter interference Inwrterenco interferenco ¬
ference with Individual liberty IIbertand and Inter Interference InterterenCfJ interference ¬
ference with Individual liberty docs d not nottend Dottend nottend
tend to discourage dlscour lte Intemperance Intemperancennd nnd you youhave youhave OU OUhRlp
have done better than we have In England Englandpartly EnlflaDdl Englandpartly
partly perhaps because tho question f1ur tlon Is l not no noIdentlned noLidentllfed
Identified with with the political parties partiesOn partlesOn partiesOn
On loth Ides of tho ocean ho said the themany tllomnoy themany
many questions relating to labor nnd tho thoconduct theconduct i iconduct
conduct of strikes wero giving rise r1 = io to much muchcontroversy muchcontroversy muchcontroversy
controversy and some legislation and do decisions doclslonsot docistons ¬
cisions clslonsot of the courts wero given with much muchcare muohcare muchcare
care But the most perplexing problem of ofmodern atmodern ofmodem
modern legislation was how far farit it is desirable desirablecither dCfllrableeither desirablei
either that the State tho Government as a awhole Qwhole awhole
whole or tho local authorities ought to tointerfere toInterlere tointerfere
interfere with individual Indlvfduailiberty liberty to promote promotethn promotethn promototin
thn welfare tit it the individual individualEverybody IndhidunJEverybodYI IndividualEverybodyhl
Everybody is agreed that hero are some somebut somethings somethings
things the State may do said IIIr Bryce BlJccbut Brycebut
but it must not curtail oven a little indi individual IndlvidUAl indil ¬
vidual liberty
Lastly LaBtJyho ho sold ll d there was the question of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what limit should bo put upon great com combinations combinations combinations ¬
binations of capital which he assorted assortedwere al8ertedwere assortedwere
were much less frequent and powerful powerfulnndon powerfulnndont and on ona onI
I a much smaller scale in England England than in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country He ascribed this to the results resultsof
of Indlrectltaxntlon Indlrectltaxntlonby by levying duties dutiesthe on im imports I Ilacked
ports the tact that English English business men menlacked
lacked lacked boldness In creating and maintaining maintaininglargo maintaininglarge maintaininglarge
large combinations and al I aha K IO > to iho fact factthat tactthat factthat
that England wan not limited by tho pro provisions provfsloDII provisions ¬
visions of any Federal or State statute statuteand statuteand talUteand
and the people at any moment could pans panslegislation pllAlllegislation passlegislation
legislation to deal with any combination combinationa
r a great deal morn rnsllv that it could couldbe couldbeadopted be beadopted beadopted
adopted here Said Prof Bryce firycoIn ryoo ryooIn
In England if any great combination were vrcr vrcrto
to arise and tho legal 1tln rrut remedy against It were
to prove Ineffective Parliament would have hav0no haveno havenodlmculty >
nodlmculty no difficulty whatever In applying a remedy
bypassing by passing an act Here on account of the theconstitutional thlronlUtltionalllmltatiollJl theconstltIttional
constitutional ronlUtltionalllmltatiollJl limitations of your our State and andFederal andFedrrallealslatures andC
C Federal Fedrrallealslatures legislatures it might make a dif difference dlflerence dir ¬
r Terence Terencee
y Senator nator Victor etor J Dowllnc and Joseph I Green Creenthe Gltentbe
or the Tammany candidate respectively foiUiullcea foiUiullceaof foq uallcew
t of the Supreme suflTme and City courts were lormally lormallyn lormallynottned
n m nottned noUnedo of or their nominations yesterday at the theHonmao tbeI
r Herman House 11 The T e notification speeches eebe were weremade weret weremad
I made by City Justice Benjamin IloOman Herman
at t
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movement In the South to Check the Arrival Arrivalof
of Store Bloc Growers GrowersNEW GroftenNEW GrowersNnw
NEW ORLEANS Oct 10 10County County Attorney AttorneyWheeler AttorneyWheeler AttorneyWheeler
Wheeler of Galveston Texas has made a areport Breport areport
report unfavorable to tho colonizing of ofJapanese otJapaneso ofJapaneso
Japaneso in Louisiana and Texas A movement move movement movement ¬
ment was wa mado by the Southern Pacific PacificRailroad PncIfioRailroad PacifloRailroad
Railroad last year to bring largo colonies coloniesof
of Japanese to settle on the rice lands along alongthat nlongthat alongthat
that railroad in Louisiana and Texas The Thoproposition Theproposition Theproposition
proposition met with much favor among amongthe amonithe amongthe
the white rice growers of tho section on tho theground thoground thoground
ground that the Japanese would introduce introducebetter Introducobetter8Cd introducebetterseed
better better8Cd seed and bring into vogue come of tho thoimproved thoimproved theimproved
improved Japanese methods of rice culti cultivation cultivation cultivation ¬
vation vationTho vationTho vationThe
Tho approval given to tho movement movementwan movementw811l1ubequently
wan w811l1ubequently subsequently withdrawn on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that tho coming con nJ of tho Japanese would wouldadd wouldadd wouldadd
add another race problem to that thatalready thatnlreadv thatalready
already existing In tho South Mr Wheeler Wheelerfinds Wheelerfind Wheelerfinds
finds that the immigrants have no desire or orIntention orIntention orintention
Intention to lx IJPComo > como Americans or to re remain remain remain ¬
main permanently In thin country count that they
have not bought tho lands on which they arc arcgrowing nrcgrowing nregrowing
growing rice but have only leased them themfor ihemtor themfor
for long terms and that their idea seems eeemsto seemsto seemsto
to be return to Japan after making enough enoughmoney enoughmoney enoughmoney
money and to let other Immigrants follow followand followand followand
and take up > the lease leaseTho lel18e1ho leaseThe
The immigration which promised to be bolargo belarlto belarge
largo was checked checked by tho war or with Russia Russiabut Ru Russiabut la labut
but It is doubtful now if it will be taken up upafter upafter upafter
after the war is over overI1ELPING overHELPING overHELPING
The Association tor improving Their Th eIr Con Condltlon Con11tlon Condillon
dillon < < Review Rele Its Year ear Work WorkAt WorkAt WorkAt
At tho sixty sixtyfirst flint annual meeting of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Now York Association As oclatlon for Improving Improvingtho
tho Condition of tho Poor these officers officerswere omeerswere officerswere
were elected yesterday yesterdayPresident yesterdaylresldent yesterdayPresldent
President R Fulton Outline vicepresi vicepresidents vcEOpreAIdentll virepreeldents ¬
dents William II Huntington William WilliamOaston WilliamGaston WilliamGaston
Gaston Hamilton Constant A Andrews AndrewsHoward AndrowsHoward AndrewsIfoward
Howard Townsend and Percy Pere R Iyne Iynetreasurer Inotreasurer Pynetreasurer
treasurer Robert Shaw Mlnturn secretary secretaryLeonard socretnr socretnrLeonard secretaryLeonard
Leonard E Opdycke colmsel John U J Cnd Cndwalader Cndwalader Cadwalader
walader general agent William II Allen AllenAlbert AllenAlhert AllenAlbert
Albert G Mllbank was 118 elected to tho thoboard thoboard theboard
board of managers in place of Georgo GeorgeDlagden GeorgoBlagden GeorgoBlagden
Blagden resigned Lost year it was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made known tho Association spent 1125074 1125074and 126974and 125074and
and received recclvedtrom from contributors 94788 of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which 31255 was for fresh air work workTho workrho workrho
rho report on the years work spoko of oftho otthe oftheopeningof
theopeningof the opening of the Mllbank memorial baths bathsthe baththo bathsthe
the lengthening of the fresh air scu BC1on BC1onthe + on onthe
the establishment of a tent camp for salt saltair saltair I Iair
air treatment of little children suffering sufferingfromtuberculosls sufforingtromtuberculosls sufferingfromtuberculosis
fromtuberculosls of tho bones and glands glandstrained glandsthe glandsthe
the addition of a foster houspwlto and andtrnlned andtrained
trained nurses to tho workers in tho re relief relIer re relief ¬
lief department Investigation of the ex exorbitant exorhltant oxorhltant ¬
orhltant charges for burial of the dead deadnnd deadand deadand
and many other classes of work Through Throughltd
ltd relief department it aided 17000 in individuals Indhiduas individuals ¬
dividuals and rondo 62000 visits visitsACCUSED vlsltRACl visitsACCUSED
Toting ouns Englishman l They Tilt Kay I > a Stole Pottage PottageStampi IoltaloStampl PostageStamps
Stamps From rom Them ThemHerbert ThemHerbert ThemHerbert
Herbert Boutoll of 312 West 126th street streettho streetthe treettho
tho young Englishman whoso arrest Tues Tuesday TUIRda Tuesday ¬
day da night for swindling was brought about aboutthrough ahoutthrough aboutthrough
through tho patient sleuthing of fourteen fourtoonyearold tourteonyearod fourteenyearold
yearold Willie Bittner ono of his victims victimswaived vlcllmswalvcd victimswaived
waived examination in tho Tombs court courtyesterday courtyesterdny courtyesterday
yesterday and was held In 3000 bail for fortrial tortrial fortrial
trial trialWhen When Boutell was arraigned four lads ladswho ladswho ladswho
who claimed they had boon fllmflamraod fllmflamraodby lmflammedby
by tho young Englishman were In court courtto courtto courtto
to make complaints against him Bou BoutcMs Boutells Boutell
tells tell s scheme they say was to got office officeboys omooboYR officeboys
boys leaving the Poet Office with sheet sheetof sheetaot
of stamps to return and purchase some somefor somofor somefor
for him He would say he had to wait waitfor walttor Waitfor
for a friend and would hold the boys pack packago package packago
ago until he returned When the trustful trustfulyoungsters tM18tlulyoungsters trustfulyoungsters
youngsters bock was turned Boutoll it itis ItIs
is is alleged would slip away awayOne awayOno awayOne
One of the boys in court yesterday JohnONeill John JohnONeill JohnONelll
ONeill said that tl that at on Jan 2 lost he lost
1100 100 worth of otstamsln stamps etam s in this way and had hadthen hadthen hadthen
then lost hU hl Job it It was on his complaint complaintBoutoll complaintBoutell complaintBoutell
Boutell was held
Told Col Appleton So Ix IAn Long > ng Ago and the theSevenths theSuentb theSevenlha
Sevenths Commander Didnt Forget ForgetAn Forcetn ForgetAn
An n Impressive Military Parade ParadeOver IaradeOnr ParadeOver
Over the Dead Civil War Veteran VeteranIn et ran ranIn
In accordance with his wish expressed expressedto
to Col Appleton just before tho Spanish Spanishwar
war BrigGen Brig Gen William Scott Worths Worthsfuneral Worthstuneral Worthsfuneral
funeral escort yesterday was tho Seventh SeventhRegiment SeventhRegiment venth venthRoglmont
Regiment which ho had often reviewed reviewedand reiowedand reviewedand
and to which ho was much attached Tho Thofuneral ThotUDeral Thefuneral
funeral procession really began at Stolen StolenIsland StatcnIsland StatenIsland
Island and ended at Nyack where tho burial burialtook burialtook burialtook
took place placeTho placeTho placeTim
Tho body was brought from Clifton CliftonStaton CllrtonStaton CliftonStaten
Staton Island Gen Worths late home homeyesterday homeyeswrday homeyesterday
yesterday morning on the steamer General GeneralMelgs Oenerallolelgs GeneralMeigsandwas
Melgs Meigsandwas and wan landed at tho foot of Bloom Bloomfield Bloomfield Blootnfield
field street North River where It was met metby metby metby
by the Seventh Regiment one troop of ofSquadron otSquadron ofSquadron
Squadron A a part of tho Second Battery Batteryand Batteryand Batteryand
and a body of police and escorted to St StGeorges StOeorgos StGeorgos
Georges Church at Sixteenth street str Ct and andStuyvesant andStuyve3llIlt andStuyvesant
Stuyvesant place where the funeral services servicesproper servicesproper etlceaproper
proper were held The escort on the Gen General GeneralMelgA OeneralMeigs ¬
eral eralMelgA Melgs consisted of five officers and a asquad aRfluad asquad
squad of six men from the Eighth Regiment RegimentU
U S A and these th e accompanied the procession pro procession ¬ i iccslon
cession to the churchWhen church churchWhen churchWhen
When tho caisson bearing tho bronze bronzecoffin bronzecoffin bronzecoffin
coffin draped with the American flag flagon flagon flagon
on which was laid the lato Generals military
hat and sword reached tho church entrance entrancetho cntranceIho entrancetho
tho Seventh venth Regiment was drawn up clone clonealong c1000along closealong
along tho railing of Stuyvesant Park nnd nndextending nndextending andextending
extending from Seventeenth around into intoFifteenth IntoFlrteenth intoFifteenth
Fifteenth street Six Eorgeanttt EorgtJ 11ta took tho thocoffin thocoffin thecoffin
coffin from tho caisson and carried it to totho totho tothe
tho centre aisle near the chancel rail railThe railThe railThe
The Rev William F MoCord Chaplain Chaplainof
of tho Soventh Regiment officiated at tho thoWalker thot theservices
t services < nwllstod by the JWV Rev C Campbell CampbellWalker CampbellWalker
Walker of Staten Island Tho simple simplefuneral Rlmplofuneral simplefuneral I
funeral ritual of the Episcopal Church Churchwas ChurchWaR Churchwas
was used In tho front pews on tho right rightof
of tho centre nislo sat tho family mourners mournersand mourneraa mournersand
and a nd tho Regular army officers and tho officers officersof officersof
of the Seventh Regiment of Squadron A Aand Aand Aand
and the Second Battery D ttery all in uniform uniformOn
On the left of the aisle the pews to about abouthalf abouthnlt abouthalt
half way back toward tho rear of the church churchwere churchwero churchwore
were filled with members of the Loyal Loyala LoyalLegion LoyalLegion
Legion and old frIends an brother officers officersor
or Gen Worth among these eso being Gen OonMolineux GenMollneux
Molineux and Charles J Murphy the latter lattera
a survivor of tho Mexican war NearerMy Nearer NearerMy NoorerMy
My God to Thee and Lead Kindly Light Lightwere Lightwero Lightwere
were tho hymns sung sungAs sungAs sungAs
As the procession started from thochurch thochurchon the church churcha
a private of the Seventh RpKlment trippoa trippoaon tripped trippedon
on the curb and fell heavily to tho side sidewalk tlldewalk sidewalk
walk ho and his gun coming down with a acrash 1 1crl18h acrash
crash startling some of tho women to half halfsuppressed hnltsupprctoAOd halfsuppressed
suppressed exclamations of sympathy Tho Thoman Thoman Theman
man went on with tho procession processionAlmost proCCIIIIlonAlmollt processionAlmost
Almost at tho same time ono of the six sixhorses sixhorses lx lxhol1
horses drawing tho caisson on which the thecoffin thecoffin thecoffin
coffin lay became restive and took to backlog back backing bookIng ¬
ing and kicking Tho caisson was jammed jammeddeal jammedngalnRt jammedagainst
against the curbstone and there was IIS a agrcat agrcatdeal treat treatdeal
deal of temporary confusion until tho horse horsewas horseWIlK horsewas
was calmed and the line straightened out outThe outThomorch outThe
The Thomorch march was through Sixteenth street streetto Rtreott streetto
to t Union Square to Seventeenth street to toFifth toFirth toFifth
Fifth avenue to and around the Worth WorthMonument WorthMonument WorthMonument
Monument erected to the memory of tho thedead thodead thodead
dead Generals father in Madison Square Squarennd Squareand Squareand
and thence to tho ferry Tho coffin was wastaken wastoken as astuken
taken in a private car to t Nyack The Theburial Theburilll Theburial
burial was in Oakland Cemetery CemoteryMaJorGon
MajorGen Roo who was one of the thepallbearers thopallbaarers thepallbearers
pallbearers was wMln in command of the escort escortHe
life He and the other pallbearers accompanied accompaniedthe
the body to t Nyack whore a volley was wasfiredover wasflredOver Iasfired
firedover fired over tho grave grn Vl by a detachment of ofRegulars otRegulars ofRegulars
Regulars RegularsIlls
Ills Legs Le Severed by a Trolley Car CarSARATOGA CarSAIlATOO CarSARATOOA
SARATOGA Oct IB 19James James Brennan of ofBallston otD ofBallston
Ballston D llston Spa who took part in tho Demo Democratic Democratic Democratio ¬
cratic demonstration hero last night died diedthis diedthis diedthts
this morning In tho Saratoga Hospital HospitalHis HospitalHI
His HI legs were severed by a Hudson Valley Valley
Railway trolley car here at 11 oclock lost lostnight 1o8tnii lostnight
night nii t Ho was 45 years old
Goldwin Smith Lays La Cornerstone of Hall Hallat lIallat fullat
at Cornell That It I to Bear Ills Name TVameITIUCA NameITIIACA NameITHACA
ITIUCA N V i Oct 19 10Prof Prof Goldwin GoldwinSmith OoldwinSn GoldwinSmith
Smith Sn th at noon today laid tho cornerstone cornerstoneof
of tho new Hall of Art and Culture on the thecampus thecompus thecampus
campus of Cornell University which is isto Isto Isto
to bear his name Andrew D White Prod President Presldent Proddent ¬
dent J G Schurman and members of the theboard theboard theboard
board of trustees trustl and faculty assisted I1 Ilstcd in intho Inthe inthe
the ceremonies ccremonleswWoh which were witnessed by bytho bytho bythe
tho student body of the university universityIn
In the cavity in the largo cornerstone cornerstonewere
were placed copies of current university universitypublications uniorsltypublications universitypublications
publications the daily papers coins and andphotograplis andphotogrnphs andphotographs
photographs AH A tho block dropped into intoplaco Intoplace intoplace
place Prof Smith pronounced tho corner cornerstone cornerstono cornerstono ¬
stono as well and truly laid President PresidentSchurman PresIdentSchunnan PresidentSchurman
Schurman in Introducing Prof Smith said saidGoldwln saidOoldwln saidGoldwln
Goldwln Smith is honored as II ag one of oftho ottlm ofthe
the earliest professors at Cornell coming comingto
to tho youngest from Oxford tho oldest oldestof
of English speaking universities Ho is isalso isalso
also honored as tho constant friend of ofCornell ofCornell ofCornell
Cornell of our country of democracy democracyfreedom democmoyfreedom democracyfreedom
freedom and peace among tho nations nationsand nationsand nationsand
and as an exemplar of the highest cultureGoidwin culture cultureGoldwin culturoOoldwln
Goldwin Smith Smith in reply said soldYou saidYou saidYou
You have bidden me to lay the first stone Btonoof stoneof stoneof
of a noble building to be dedicated to art artand artand artand
and culture You are going to call the thefelt thebulldlnlC thebuilding
building after my name The honor Is Isdccply isdeeply
deeply felt and ho on whom wh1lJ1lt It Is conferred conferredheartily conterredhNlrtlly conferredheary
heartily wishes that it had been better betterearned betterearned betterearned
earned A long life now nt Its close has hasmany liasmany hasmany
many memories of mingled happiness and andpain andpain andain
pain ain Ono memory is unalloyed Bright Brightin
ibn In my life though dark and sad sad with rain ramwas rainwas rainwas
was tho November morning in the year ear
1868 on which I landed from tho night train trainIn tminIn trainin
In Ithaca was received by Andrew n DWhite I IWhite nWhlto
White and afterward taken out by Ezra EzraCornell rzmCornell EarnCornell
Cornell to the campus = I > US on which hlch then stood stoodono stoodono stoodone
ono poor block which w ch now is covered with withtho withtho withthe
tho stately buildings and la joyous with withthe withtho withthe
the student life of tho great Cornell Uni University Unlverslt Untvarsity ¬
varsity versityThis versltThis
This building is to bo partly dedicated dedicatedto
to tho culture of which tho old English Englishschools Englishschools
schools and universities were tho special specialseats Rpeclalseatll spedalseats
seats That culture an Eton boy and a aKrndunto aprnduato agraduate
graduate of Oxford before university re reform roo rooform roform
form and tho recall reC II of science and modem modernstudies modemstudies modemstudlel
studies to tho curriculum may ma bo said saidClassical Midto saidto
to represent In the most antiquated torn tonnCla88lcal tornClasslcn
Classical culture has been dethroned even evenat eycnat evenat
at Oxford not killed or banished banishedMention banishedMontlon banishedMention
Mention huts been made of tho part partplayed pnrtplayed partplayed
played by me in relation to your civil war warIn warIn warin
In tide tl s too I wall but a representative representativeThe
The hand which I laid in that of Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbrahRmLincoln AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln was not my own but that of tho thogreat thogreat lhogreat
great party in England headed by Bright Brightand Brightand Brightand
and Cobden which was true to your causo causoin causoIn cuusoin
in its darkest < t days dn s True to your cause causeIn causein
in Its darkest days let me always repeat repeatwas repratWM repeatwas
was the great mass m III of thin English people peoplethough peoplothoughtlio peoplethoughtho
though thoughtlio tho war deprived thorn of tho cotton cottonby cottonby cottonby
by which millions of them lived livedI
I fear I am bidding blddln a long farewell to toCornell toCorncll toCornell
Cornell and all tho objects of my long in interest IntereRt interest ¬
terest and attachment hero I do it with witha
a heart full of affection nnd gratitude gratitudeOften gratltudoOtten gratitudeOften
Often on the distant shore of Lake Ontario OntarioI
I shall hear the chimes of Cornell Tho Thogolden Thogolden lhoKolden
golden fruits of all kinds which the uni university unlerHlty university ¬
versity has borno since I met her founder founderhero founderhero founderhero
hero may she continue to bear and in over overincreasing o overincreasing rr rrInclMIlng
increasing measure mll urc through tho years to toM tocome tocome
Druggist Held In KSnoo all ooo on Charge lIar e Made Madeby lUdeby Madeby
by Young ounl Woman WomanSimoon WomanSimeon VomanSimcon
Simoon B Minden ono of the druggists druggistsarrested druggistsarre8ted druggistsarrested
arrested on a 1 charge of counterfeiting a aproprietary aproprietary aproprietary
proprietary brand of pills was arraigned arraignedn
n the Tombs court yesterday on the further furthercharge turthorcharge furthercharge
charge of having performed a criminal criminaloperation criminaloperation criminaloperation
operation on Anna Lawson ayoung a young sales salesgirl salolK salesgirl ¬
K girl rl living at 239 West Twentyflret streetThe street streetThe 8treetTbo
The girl is now in Flower Hospital Tho Thooperation Thooperation Theoperation
operation according to Miss Lawsons Lawsonsstatements Lawsonsstatementll Lawsonsstatements
statements to the police was perlonnedat performed performedMlndnn
at Minden store 334 Eighth avenue aCrIueMindM avenueMinden
Minden was held in a5OOO 5000 ball for exami examination examlnation exnrnlnation ¬
nation Oct 26 He Is i under 5000 5 000 ball In Inthe Intho inthe
the counterfeit pill case C 88 also a5jOOO HU ills lie examination examI exomlday examInation
nation on that charRo chargowasadjouraedyester chargowasadjouraedyesterday wltSadjoumoil yester yesterday
day until this moraine
Expensive and Subversive of Discipline Disciplinelie
lie 8ay SalWant Wants Mayor to Review all allCases anCuelloDlhans allCaseaMoynihans
Cases CuelloDlhans Moynlhans Urges Him to toSeek toSfJek toSeek
Seek New Legislation Next Se Session SessionTho Sell lion lionThe lon lonTho
Tho decision of the Court of Appeals Appealsordering Appealsordering Appealsordering
ordering a now trial for former Polloo PollooCaptain PollooCaptain PoliceCaptain
Captain Daniel C Moynihan who was wasdismissed WI18dLIml88ed wasdismissed
dismissed from tho force by former Com Commissioner Comm Commissioner ¬
missioner m l8ioner Partridge stirred up Commis Commissioner Commissioner Commledoncr ¬
sioner McAdoo to make some remarks remarksyesterday remarksyesterday remarksyesterday
yesterday regarding police trials The Themany Themany Themany
many reinstatements to tho police force forcerecently torooroccntiy forcerecently
recently made by tho courts have not been beenpleasing beenpleDBlng beenpleasing
pleasing to Mr McAdoo Ho has had hoddifficulty haddifficulty haddifficulty
difficulty too in finding tho money to pay paytho paytho paythe
tho judgments for back pay which were wereincluded weroIncluded wereincluded
included in tho reinstatements reinstatementsCommissioner rolnstatement8Comml8ll10ner reinstatementsCommissioner
Commissioner MoAdoo gave out yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda this statement
1 made up my m mind last spring after tnlk tnlkInjr tnlkIng talklag
lag to some of ot oil the moat prominent Judges Judgeslaw JudlflSIn
In the State that we should shoulask ask the Le Legislat Legislaturo lslnt lslnturo
uro lit Its next session for n change In the theInw thelaw
law so that the findings of the Commissioner Commissioneraa
aa to facts shall be final and that error re reviewabla reIewnble revlewable
viewabla shall only be such as relates to pro procedure prorodUlc procedure ¬
cedure In compliance < with the rules of evi evidence evldrnce evidence ¬
dence so that the results rose With te of the trials here hereshall bereshall hereshall
shall bo somewhat analogous to courts courtsmartini courtslDartlnl courtsmartial
martini In the army and navy navyI
1 have not yet thought It out In complete completedetail completedlt completedetail
dlt detail II nor have 1 completed my Investlga Investlgao Investigations invest a adons
dons OJ to o how fur the principle underlying underlyingarmy undertYinlnrm underlpfng underlpfngarmy
army nrm sad aim navy courts could be applied to topollco topollco topolice
pollco trials trJR so thattrespectle us to be able to make a definite definitestatement detlnitoslatomeDt definiteAs
statement in that respect respectAs
As Is well known the President of the 1hoUnilro thoUnitod theUnited
United States line to pass upon all courts caurtamartlul courtllmartlul courtsmartial
martlul of commissioned omoer omocrn o4 oaro and the theresult thoresult theresnit
result Is II not promulgated until ho has reviewed re reviewed roviewed ¬
viewed the case and entirely approved or ordisapproved ordlsappropd ordisapproved
disapproved tho findings If l I that system systemwere 88Wmwere systemwere
were adopted In it Its entirety Here ere all canes canesof calleor casesof
of oltlcors beginning with roundsmen r nd ndmen men and andcontinuing andcontlnuln andcontinuing
continuing upward would wou d have to receive receivethe receivethe receivethe
the final tlnnlapprovill approval of the Mayor bolero going goingInto IrolnlfInto goingInto
Into effect and after tho usual review by the theCommissioner thoCom theCommissloner
Commissioner CommissionerThis Com misslonrr misslonrrThis
This might also al o call for the attachment attachmentto a
to this < < his office of someone some one occupying a position positionanalogous J positionanalogous > osltlonannleltouR
analogous to that of Judge Advocate Gen Oreoral General OrnIrBI ¬
oral in the other services rvlcM who would PUBS PUBSupon pnssIlon passupon
upon Ilon the many law Questions which come comeUP comoup comeup
UP here from day M to day dayI
I am having ail Investigation Investlrtion rondo of the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various cases In the United States courts courtson oourtson
on the subject of courtsmartial < eepecistly eepecistlyeuchta especially especiallyguchln f8peclllllysuchta
guchln well defined caso as that of Capt Carter Car Carter Cnrter ¬
ter for tho purpose of comparison ornparl on between betweentho brtwcentho betweenthu
tho manner in which they are conducted conductedand conductedaud conductedstd
and that of the trials hereIn hero heroIn hrroIn
In eourtsma courtsmartial tlal as is well known thoofficer tho thot thoomcer
officer Is entitled entitled to t be tried i i i by mcnofbtsown men or htA own ownrank ownrank
rank and senior to him on the list lists who there thereby tbereby thereby ¬
by have no Incentive to create a vacancy
by b hU dismissal from tho service Whether Whetheror
or not we could add to the thetrial trial Commissioner Commissionera
a member of the uniformed rank of the pollco pollcoIn
In cases of officers omrrsl beginning with roundsmen rounds roundsswcr roundsmtn
men Is a question 1 am not prepared to an ansver ansteer
steer At any an rate existing conditions aro arobad arobnd arebad
bad because the trials are looked upon as asentirely asentirely 8 8entlre
entirely entlre Inconclusive and the chances of ofreversal atroversal ofreversal
reversal by the courts seem to be very cry great greatThe IIrNitThe greatThe
The return of officers under these decisions decisionsafter declslonaftlf doe on onafter
after considerable ron ldtTRblo Intervals and when hen the theservice theservlco theservice
service has ha adjusted Itself to their absence absenceis
is very vcr confusing expensive and subversive subversiveof
of Rood discipline disciplineGreen disciplineGreen lscJpUneGrten
Green Memorial CompetitionTho Competition
The committees of tho Andrew H Green GreenMemorial OroenMemorial GreenMemorial
Memorial Association having charge of ofthe otthe ofthe
the preparation of tho preliminary draw drawIngs drawIngs drawtags
Ings for tho memorial and tho raising of ofpubllo otp ofpablio
publlo p 1 > lIo subscriptions met yesterday inthe in intho Intho
tho office of Jacob A Cantor chairman chairmanof
of tho executive committee commit too Charles RIamb R RLamb RLamb
Lamb the designer of tho Dewey arch archwas archWBB archwas
was authorized to prepare a programme
for competition open or limited as asmay DBmav asmay
may hereafter be decided d clded and tho pre preliminary preliminary prollminary ¬
liminary drawings and specifications MOOS necessary MOOSsary neoesaary ¬
sary therefor for the memorial entrance entranceto
to Central ntral Park at 110th street and Seventh Seventhavenue Seventhavenue Seventhavenue
avenue avenueWhen avenueWhen avenueWhen
When these are In shape the project will willbe willbe willbe
be laid before the city government which is leexpected isexpected Isexpected
expected to furnish most of the money
Private subscriptions will however be re received received received ¬
ceived by bya a finance committee nnd may
be sent to Isaac N Seligman treasurer treasurerat
at 53 Exchange place plaeoM
Band Was Bandaged but There Was Notn NotnIns NotbJns NothIns >
Ins the Matter WItn It ItCharos ItCharlos ItCharles
Charles Carroll who the police believe believeis
is a graduate of a fake cripple institute institutewas ilttuteWIl8 institutewas
was arraigned in the Recorders court of ofHobokcn otHo ofHoboken
Hoboken Ho oken yesterday with a companion companionwho
who called herself Mary WhelanWhen Whelan WhelanWhen WhelanWhen
When Policeman Kiely found the pair pairbegging pairbegging pairbegging
begging in Washington street Carrolls Carrollsright Carrollsright Canoilsright
right hand h Dd was bandaged and he was ap appealing appealing appealing ¬
pealing to passersby p to help an unfortunate unfortunatecripple unfortunateorlpple unfortunatecripple
cripple whoso family was in danger of ofstarving ofstarving ofstarving
starving to death Tho woman trailedalong trailed trailedalong trailedalong
along behind and relieved him of the coins coinsas coinsas
as he gathered them In The policeman policemanpulled policemanpulled policemanpulled
pulled The the bandage off tho beggars be gars fist fistCarrolls fistCarrolls fistCarroll
Carrolls hand was found fo nd to bo without withoutInjury withoutInjury withoutinjury
Injury The bandage banda go was made of linen linenstuffed linenstuffed linenstuffed
stuffed with excelsior excelsiorCarroll oxcelslorCarroll excelsiorCarroll
Carroll told this story to Recorder Stan Stanton Stanton Stanton
ton I came O mo from Providence lost Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day and slept in a Now York lodging house hoiHOthat hollsothat housethat
that night When 1Ien I nwoko in the morning morningall
I found tOUD that some one had robbed me or orall ot otall
all my money I couldnt get anything
to cat and on Saturday a man took me meto meto meto
to his room and fed me Ho told mo It Itwas Itwaa itwas
was waa easy O 8y to get a living without working workingand workingand workingand
and advised KO 0 to get onto the game gameHecalloditmaking gameHecallod gameHo
Hecalloditmaking Hecallod Ho called Itmakmg believe beleveyourea youre youreacrip youreacripPle a crip cripple cripplo ¬
ple and begging Ho said ho got along
first rate at it and then he fixed up my
hand just like ho had his when it was wasworking wasworking 118 118worldng
I thought I would try Hoboken and on onmy onmy onmy
my way hero I ran across this woman Sho Shoa ShoRaId Shesaid
RaId sho was hungry and I told her Id treat treather treather
her to dinner Just as I was getting busy busya
a 0 cop pinched us usRecorder usR usRocordorStantonsaid
Recorder R cordorSlanlonsald Stanton said tho prisoners were weretwo weretwo weretwo
two fakirs who were engaged in the meanest
kind of potty pett larceny He committedthorn committed committedthem oommlttodUlOm
them to the county jail jalifor for thirty days daysHOME daraHOUE daysHOME
Garbler Reached the House Just as Her IierCoffin HerCoffin lIerComn
Coffin WasDrought Out OutPABSAIC outPusua OutPAssAIC
PAssAIC N J Oct IB 100usta Gustav Gaebler GaeblerJr
Jr a sailor in the navy returned yester yesterday yesterclay yesterday ¬
day to his homo in Garfield after a long longabsence longabsence longabsence
absence His parents did not know of
his coming As Gaebler neared his hisfathers histathrrs hisfathers
fathers house ho saw a hearse in the thestreet thoRtroet thestreet
street and as ho reached tho door a coffin coffinwas eosinwas
was brought out Ho asked who was dead deadand deadand deadand
and learned it was his mother MrsOaebler Mrs MrsQoebler MrsGaebler
Qoebler had been ill some time and her hergreatest hergreatest hergreatest
greatest dcblro had been to see her only onlyson onbson onlyson
son before she died The father is also alsoelck alsoslok alsosick
sick and was unable to attend the funeral funeralAn funeralAn funeralAn
An Omee for Capt Landon LandonWASHINGTON LandonWABIlINOroN Landon1VAS111NOrOH
WASHINGTON Oct 10Prosldent ID President Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt today appointed Francis C Landon Landonof
of Now York third secretary of tho United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Embassy at Berlin BerlinMr BerlinlIfr BerlinMr
Mr Landon lives in Staatsburg N Y Yand Yand Yand
and represented Columbia county In the
New York Assembly He is a Captain in
tho Now York National Guard The place placerothor placepays placepays
pays only 1200 a year lIIr landons Landonsother
brother Is a neighbor of the Presidents at
Oyster Bay BayMovements BayIoement BayMovements
Movements of Naval Vessels VesselsWASHINGTON Vessels1VAal1INOTON tllel tllelWASIlINOTON
WASHINGTON Oct l 19The 19 The collier Mar Marccllus Marcellus Marcallus
callus has arrived at Tompkinsvlllo tho thodestroyers thodestroyers thedestroyers
destroyers Macdonough Truxtun and andWhipple andWhipple andWhipple
Whipple and the tug Alice nt Norfolk tho
torpedo torpC < lo boat Dale at Hong Kong the gun ¬
boats General Alava and villalobos at Wu WuBung Wusung Vusung
sung and tho crulsor Cleveland at Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth ¬
mouth mouthThe mouthTho mouthThe
The lako cruiser Michigan has sailed from
Buffalo for Erie ErieArmy ErieArm ErieArmy
Army Arm and Navy Nu Orders OrderswMsntNOTOK OrdenWn OrdersriAannraToM
wMsntNOTOK Wn lNOTolf Oct It IOT ILThese These eJlt army arm orders were
Issued today to4a to4aLleutcol
LIeuL LleutCol Col Leach Enrineersfrom Engineers Fnrln ra from Fort Leaven
worth to Wahlnglon WahlnglonThe WatJtlDIIOnCaPt tvaahlaaIonCapt
CaPt William Kelly Engineers to Port Leaven Lenenwonb Leavenworth
worth wonbTbeae worthThese
The These e navy na orders were Issued
Hear Admiral W V L Field retired detailed as assenior uaenlor assenior
senior member of board In connection with build
inr ID logs > at Naval Academy
Commander C E J E1 vreelandfrom the Arkansas to toLieutenantCommander
Washington WashingtonLieutenantCommander blDltoD blDltoD1leulenantcommander
LieutenantCommander H 8 Knapp from Naval
WarCollere Will Collere Namransett Day to the Kentucky DIUckr
u executive eueuUcIi e utive
He Found the Patrol at atlmmlCrantliltaUOIIIII atlmmlCrantliltaUOIIIIIon Immigrant Station Stationon g gon
on the Border Highly Efficient EmolmtWASRlNOTON EmeissttWABHINOTON EfficientWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Oct 19 19Frank Frank P PCommissioner Sargent SargentCommissioner SarOentt
Commissioner General of Immigration Immigrationtoday IrnmlgratJonttoday Immigrationtoday
today returned to Washington from a afive aflvo afive
five weeks visit to tho immigrant station stationon stationson 1ll 1llon
on the t he Mexican border the Pacific coast and andalong andalong andalong
along tho Canadian line lineWhile UneWhilo lineWhile
While the purpose of Commissioner Sar Sargents Sargents Bargents ¬
gents trip was merely to get bettor aoquninted ao aoquainted CO COquninted
quninted with the service in the field ha habrings bitbrings z zbrings
brings back some interesting Information Informationrelative IntormaUolrelatlvo Informationrelative
relative to conditions along the Canadian Canadianand CanI Csnadlaxand l1a1 l1a1nod
and Mexican borders He finds the patrol patrolat j jat
at the north and south to be highly efficient efflclentalthough etnolenta etnolentaalthough efficientalthough
although obstacles are encountered on tha thaMexican thaMexican theMexican
Mexican lino which tho officials find 1Indit it bant bantto han hanto
to overcome overcomeAlong overcomoAlong overcomeAlong
Along tho Mexican bolder our men havesome have havesome havesome
some nard propositions Pro l lcommissioner Itions t ti meet said the thacommissioner thocomml08loner
commissioner MIt It is an easy O 8ymatter matter tot for1persons torpersOM x xpersons
persons who desire to evade the immlgra immlgratlon Immlgrotlon Imndgration
tlon authorities to get across the Rio Grande GmndoiIn OrandeIn
In some places tho river Is very low and andin andIn and andIn
in others at some seasons It entirely dieappears die dioappears dI dIappears
appears I find that Japanese are coming cominginto comingInto cominginto
into this country across tho Mexican borroIn border borderin
in numbers that are said to be constantly constantlygrowing constanU constanUgroling constantlygrowing
growing While tho Jape are not excluded excludedby
by our laws those now coming from Mexico Mexicoviolate Mexicoviolate MexicoV
violate V the law They are brought from frothJapan fromJapan tlOlQJaPlln +
Japan to work in Mexican mines but con conditions oon oonditiOBB conditlons ¬
ditions there being unsatisfactory u11ll tiafactory they thejrmake the1make theymake
make an effort to land in this country countryIn
In every Instance where Japs have been beencaptured beeQcapturod beexcaptured
captured they have been promptly del deiported dlported delparted
ported portedofficers portedAccording
According to Commissioner Sargent theofficers the
officers stationed along the Canadian border borderare bord bordare r rare
are doing efficient work workWo workW
W Wo 0 are having little trouble In that timequarter thatquarter thatquarlcr
quarter said 6 ld tho Commissioner Very
few fe immigrants other than Chinese make makean
an effort to get into the United States Statesthrough Sta Stathrough Statenthrough
through Canada The willingness s of the theour thetransportallon thetransportation
transportation companies to comply with withour withour
our regulations and Canadas QUladoslaIVII laws Imposing Imposinga posing posinga
a head tax of 500 on Chinese entering
the country has almost put a stopper on onthoHo onthoAC onthose
those coming from that direction Take it itall Itall itall
all in all I am entirely satisfied with the thethe thework thework
work belDK befog dono by our Inspectors along
the northern and southern borders borders The Thonenlco TheIIOnlce Theservice
service has improved fully 100 per cent centBlnce centinco centsince
since my visit of more than a year ago agoCommissioner agoComml agoCommissioner
Commissioner Comml sloner Sargent will begin putting
the finishing touches on his hi annual report reportwhich reportwhIch reportwhich
which will soon be mode public publicMANHATTAN publicMUUTT publicMANN
Sees StrW the New Underground Road From FromEnd FrolltEnd FroaEnd
End to End E lI on Belmont Invitation InvitationMore InUaUonIore InvitationMore
More than 100 members of the Manhattan ManhattanClub
Club took a n trip through the subway yes yesterday ye8e ye8eterday yesterday ¬
terday They all assembled at the club cluband clubnnd cluband
and led by Supremo Court Justice Charles CharlesH
H Truar walked to Twentythird street streetand streetand streetand
and boarded board i two trains at 315 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The trains were first sent downtown to the theCity theCI theCity
City CI y Hall station thence to Ninetysixth Ninetysixthstreet Ninetysixthstreet Ninetysixthstreet
street and l hack > ack to Twentythird street streetwhere IItreetwhero streetwhere
where all hands got off The trip was made madeon
on tho Invitation of August Belmont and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John B McDonald McDonaldALDfRON
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