OCR Interpretation

The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, November 11, 1904, Image 3

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1904-11-11/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 3

I 4 1 4 pCl
Cl 1 I fo m f
I I y 4PTSTINRTDAyTiOyEMBErtijo4 0 frm
rm stJNFRmAY NOVEMBER it 194 4 4 f
not the Moneyt Hotline In to thc HelinonTreasun
Treasun and 1hat tile PublicIlclmont
Ilclmont Cant Helleve I fare forlIelltr
lIelltr to II T Board That Saltl NoThe
The subway advertising signs are alrt > adeginnln
eginnln to show fclgn of hard wear Thetin
tin frames are losing their gilt pint amnraoy
nraoy of them are getting dented TeJ
rapr posters InHlde the tin trm1 or 1Ignnlng
l peter XowYorku WSOOOWmhway
mhway Instead or looking like the immaculate j
maculate plo for which the city spent Itmone
money is beginning to look like a billboanIn
In need of tho billpostersKvery
Kvery day that the signs remain though
is so much money for the curators of tinHuliwny
Huliwny art museum Ward A low andIho
the Jnterborough company which shareiprofits
profits with them on a percentage Thfirm
firm has made contracts with advertiserwhich
frm In theIllhwa
which last ai long ns the stay
subway and no longer They hope thJtapid
Jtapid Transit Commission will decide tiatIhe
the advertising mal has more rights onIhe
the and tlmllie
the new railroad than public
the Commission wont tell them and theliglllramed
glllramed pictures to teatWard
Ward A Oow were feeling confident yeterday
terday that President Om George L HivesCharles
Charles Stewart Smith and other member
pf the commission are appreciative enough
rf art in pouters encompassed by golcframes
frames to decide that the stations shouldni
he without such decorations What thipublic
thinks doesnt matter In timethey
public dOtsnt mater tmeIher
they think I will forget that the city pakJ3SOM000
J3SOM000 to have a subway that was to bethng athing
thing of beauty and will forget also maybehat
that hidden behind the pictures ore someof
of the mot expensive and choicest crumples
umples of mosaic tiling to b seen anywhere
Just why the Rapid Transit Commissiondecided
decided to have these beautiful tiled wallsat
at the stations I it knew they were onbgoing
going to be used as billboards Is one of thethings
things that most people cant fathom MrOrr
Orr and some of his associates includingMr
Mr Rives counsel to the board say thatthey
they had to promise advertising privilegesto
to get a bidder for the road and that whilethe
the Interborough company runs the roadunder
under this agreement It can use the stationwall
wall as billboards which U just what itis
II doingllio
The Jllicruutuu ll company in likely torn
run the road seventyfive years at leastMcst
Mcst folks befort limy die would like lohave
have a han < to se the beautiful wallsof
of the stations which r ono of the mcutfxpeneive
fxpeneive featurts of tho subway and forwhich
which thpy paid Whether Mr Orr and hisrolloagms
rolloagms will gvn them this privilege isuncertain
uncertain at iresntIt
It came out yesterday thnt August Belmont
mont of the Interborough campany tookthe
the view several yearn ago that It was allnoneenM jmm
nonsense to spend si much money on thl
siibway vails vhen he was going te eovnrthem
them with advertisements Mr Belmontpven
even protested Hgainsi tire expensivedecoration
decoration pf Ihp stations as interferingunjustly
unjustly with his advertising privilegeHe
He wrote a letter which nobody ovor hfardof I
of till now as long AgO ns Nov I lo
while the road wan in coiitso of constntction Ilon
lon and in this ktlpr lie Mid that hn didntthink
think the public appreciated decorative artThey
They would prefer B brsincM intflrtainment i
ment and he wanted lbs stations BDdeoorawd
deoorawd and finlsVd BS to kuve blanks
Bpa g on the walls to b t scquentlycovered
covered with adfrt8emr nlsMr
Mr Bclmonts interesting via u on theuses
uses and purposes of the suliwav as well nstht
She hjo taste or AVw YorKer did notmeet
meet with dbfovor from Mr Orr nd hisflfsoewtes
flfsoewtes though thor went nhend withthe
the decorating And the arehhtect proc I
ce dl to spend more of thi > publics monpyon
on elaborate tiling fr Mr Blmont tornrff
rnrff with advprtl mentfl in god frnmwJlr >
Jlr Orr now fays that thc only way thApublic
public can see the walls in all their beautyI
I for the le to buy bark the advertisingprivilege I
privilege from Ihl company He also says it1
t1 thinks the sign nr not had at allThe
The Municipal Art Society and otherorganizations
organizations Int nI in preserving cityprotierty
protierty for its rightful uses do not aKf iith
ith Mr Orr They think there an othppiys
iys of getting the siga Olt The < I
I rio of the society hHu a meeting yesttrlar
lar afternoon and d > Hld d to nppropriatoSVO
SVO as the starter for n fund with whch iII
11 begin kgal pr < vpo < linRB if tho rommlssionfuws
h1 to order th > clgns out of the subway
way at its moftlng Mxl ThursdajAt
At tin meeting John De Witt WarnerKcnry
0 rCtlnp
Kcnry TV Sackeit Calvin Tomltins nndlior
tier men said hey believed thornample
ample justification for seeking aidfrom
from thp courts with evory prospectf
4f Retting Iho signs ejected I was aniioiinoeri
iioiinoeri I hit sovoral wealthy men hadiromi I
iromi od financial aid in the event ofof II
of Midi proceedings being begun Organlinns
1 Mtnns such ns tire Manufacturers ARSOrinlon
rinlon of Hrooklyn and the Merohantn1xMaijn
xMaijn nf Manhcttan have offered toJflp
Jflp ton Con rning Mr Orr remndyr
Ir Tomkins Mid yesterday i
1 Mr Orr and his nsfocintes hove anyilonbts
ilonbts about the right of the dgns to bon
In tbf nuhwny thtS doubts should be rtf > I
f > lvrrt before any net ion of the commissionV
V taken which shall in the slightest degrepny I
ny impllration or othenvlf tend to createMi
Mi rolor of 1 right to dlsllgum the eltynttr IOlrt
Olrt I the ri2httodl fiziir ment shall lxxtil >
tr xtil tO Pxkt thoji since th honor of theitv
itv Is of crfatrr nhe thnn its beauty
It 11 time to consider the question ofI
I ynitit of an indemnity or of continuedMfvinr
Mfvinr > Rut gcttlrmrnt on any otherUM
UM than pjrrtment will l > e ransom notistiro
istiro Far better that the thing shouldTthui
Tthui until an overwhelming publicI
I inion abatti1 I rather than one cent oftinitf
tinitf IK exacted unjustlyfltWAY
A Mrntlnc KcnUenun From nliimhU Inin
in Find Out If us Impure or Notry irro
ry > fChar > 1 hsndlT who for manyi 1r
i r vn at Ihl hTl of the School ofMr I
Mr rf Columhin tnlv < n > ity hll bqsed
A1l hr Commissionnr Darlington of thnDrrrnrent
r rim < nt of Health to make I thoroughumiratlon
umiratlon of the air In the subwayProf
Prof Chandler began the job yesfrdayis
Pi report will he fad in about te daysThe
The first part of the experts work willdoi
10 t > doi nnlnp how many cubic feet ofHr
Hr flor s into and out of the subway percond
cond To determine this the air will heT
T nourfd by nvter the state of thp meter
b ing taken in as many different sectionsof
of the tunnel at stations and between
lllonl as Imf Chandler may think bftTh i
Th < ccnstltuency of the air then will bertlermmod
rtlermmod after which observations wUh
I roads among many passengers on manyitn
trsjca to determirin whether as has beenffmcd
ffmcd the respiration of persons ridingIOT
IOT ground is highly accelerated byimpure
impure airIn
In order that the character of the respiration
tion may ha determined the number ofinto
into 1st tons per minute must be actuallyfmted
currIed by Prof Chandlers assistantThrrforp
Thrrforp if a subway rider finds himwlfft
> ft ntly watched by I man sitting nexthim
tr him with I natch In his hand he must
take n offense The man with the watchj
j I rniti of srienw trying to find out i
irk neighbors breathing apparatus inrking
wrrjg properly
ConunitRioner Darlington did not givecommi
the commi ion to Prof Chandler b causor
te waCot WM not jcr ll8rtl that there isowMhing
owMhing wrong with the subway nlr I1e
1 he CommiMioner may hove lila onn notion
fovU it but It he has ho wont 1 what Uy
what bl wants II tho tact deter
mined b y thp hlghfrt authority nt his rilsJheCorumissioncr
t posil CommIssioner eay that thoi I
i il
people want to know whether the air fnthenubw
subway Is healthful or not and he doesnpurpose
purpose expressing any opinion
It one way or tho other until he has ProChandlers
Chandlers reportA
A few days ago Prof Adolph Splcoiat
at the head of tho department of i chemist rnt
nt Cooper Union announced that he haa1te
tested subway air had found it lacking Inoxygen
oxygen that passengers in tho trains had I
to breathe much more rapidly than ollOyegroundlmd
ground and that the peculiar odor blowgrund
ground was cue not to tho newel of thl
equipment but to the lack of oxygen ProSpleer I
Spleer said thai thero were ample Intakefor
for tilr but tho problem was to get this bad Ilr
air out He suggested the use of powerfielectric
electric fans to expel tho impure airCommissioner
Commissioner Darlington was partiouInrly
Inrly interested in Prof Bplcers observelions I
lions and conclusion He had made somobservations
observations himself He learned later themetho
method by which tho Cooper Union scientist I
list arrived at his conclusions Havlnilearned I
learned about this method he applied proofto Ito
to it and obtained certain result IhiCommissioner
Commissioner will not discuss at this tmehether
whether he arrived at the eamo conclusions
alone as Prof Spicer by the application ortht
the latter s methods but he may havisomething
something to Bay on this score when heInkel
makes publiu Prof Chandlers reportTRAFFIC
Mayor Tells Cant OBrlrn lie Can HaveStallun
Station House AH Ka > AmriiPolice
Police Captain OBrien appeared before IhoSillng
Sinking Fund Commissioner yesterday Inl
behalfof the Application made by tho Polc
Department for l eriniwion to lease premlHe
isea at 1 East Twenty centb street at
5 a ytar 4 a station house rorthomouted
mounted and foot squnda which have beciassigned
assigned to the lrnfflo Regulation BurauS i
S far a 1 am concerned sold thtMayor IMayorarhr
Mayor after he had listened to Capt OBrienyou
you can have anything you need for tinmaintenance
maintenance and homing of your bureauI
I think you are doing excellent workThe I
The other commissioners felt as did tinMayor
Mayor and the vote to authorize the leastwaa
was unanimousLAROR
LAROR TO ni nEyiKMiiKnFnMayor
Mayor Promise to tee That iI Iteeognlzed
fixed on the Sutnvay TabletTho
The committee appointed by the CentraFederated 1Ffderatd
Federated Union to call on Mayor McClolIan
Ian and ask that the port taken by hi oliCentral
Central Labor Union for municipal raplftransit
transit b inscribed on the bronze tnblefor
for the City Hall station reported yestcrdathat
that the Mayor had promised to have thrmatter
matter attended to He told the commlttee
mite that he would bring the mattebefore
before tho Rapid Transit Commission amhe
he had no doubt that the Central LaboUnion
Union would get all the credit I was entitled
titled toYEIT
Baptist Six This of Its nellRloiti ProjpeetiTheir
Their Treasury ShortConditions
Conditions of religious prognxs on Manhattan
hattan Island arc anything but Rood ncwording
wording to one of several pessimistic utterances
terances at the twelfth annual meeting olIhe I
tht New York City Hnptist Mission Societyin
in thp Central Baptist Church in Fortysecond
second street last night Baptist coniliimx
iliimx in New York were declared to bexrhaps
erha 8 worse than hose of any otherProtestant
Protestant body I was averted thathere
thlr exists in the body little interest littlelenominnlinnal
lenominnlinnal pride and worst of ni
littlo denominational growihTlieRtvW
TlieRtvW C Bitting pastor of MountMorris
Morris Church Harlem who presidedHted
dte the figures of Protestant progress inhe
the city in the last year as indicating thisFhe
The Rev Dr A Lincoln Moore of the Rivertide
tide Baptist Church spoke of the growingrreligion
rreligion the indifferent to holy thingshe
Ihe putting of the material above the splrtuai
tuai the Idolatry of our people the vulgarMntatloiis
> Mntatloiis display of wealth by parvenuesi I
Is something which can well cal usct
81 tremble Baptist must stand fastwith
with ftc set ns flintThe
The report of the treasurer Inmns Alennett
lennett showed 1 deficit of nearly l000though Ithough
though the society was shown to have had ta
John Pilockefehler
a years income of more than SOO
Kockefellcr giving S29noo of tho amountThe I
The Revs G A Dowkoutt Adam ChnmIVIB
IVIB and Charles H Scars and MisswMlnnto
Mlnnto M Mal and Allow V W Smith toldin
in fiveminute addrrssw of Bronx Churchjctpnsion I
jctpnsion and city mission prolikms JameeColgote
Colgntp WHS elected president to suecwdJporge IGlorgt
Jporge liaskIRE
Urn Uilrnnlil Knoeketl Down li > the Talcof
of the rnglnrOn
On rounding the corner of Belmout avenuento
nto Stone avenue while speeding to f Irene i
> ne of the team of horses drawing Engine
131 in East New York was frightened earlylast
last evening by the glare of n lamp on ausicart
> usicart and bounded to one fide HoforoDriver
Driver William Wilkins could prevent i
iiotli of the big horses were on tho sidcWalkind
ind ornshlng into the front windows of amillinery
millinery store kept br Morris BalenxhiTim
Tim > torE was well filled with patronwhen
when the horses smashed into It bringinghe
he door and windows down with n cnwhnish IA
A nish for safety followed and In tin panicMrs I
Mrs Bnlenshl was knockpd down SheuTer iuef
> utTer from a scalp wound and from shockShe
She sny the pole of the engine struck herrhe
rhe sidewalks were crowded hut nobodyhf
The horses were badlyut
> hf was injured horll iCt
Ct about the held nnd front legsPotter Irottr
Potter Palmer Surd for ssonnnCnicAOO
CHICAGO Nov 10 Potter Palmer if ibdnl
bdnl sird for KiOooo by Mrs Mary Olurphy
lurphy for injuriin incurred in A collisionIth
vllh his nutomolil Inst Derby day Tholachine
lachine was ling operated by Palmershnufleur ichnufeur
hnufleur and oprtf throughiouth
iouth Park collided with n carriage Inrhich
rhich Mrs Murphy was riding with herusband
usband As a remit she wns thrownrom
rom the vehicle it is sorted and sfend
end several broken ril s s Ff ruts Rtidiniln1
iniln1 Afterwnrd nnettnicnla art in andlie
lie was dangerorsly ill for a long timeThe
The WeatherTh
Th remarkably p1asnt Mil wilhr w tuC
n i > P drln to I rloor for Ihc present Th tr wuItonn
stonn rmual jrrntfrtaj over KrntijkT trnMnjiorthr
iorthr lw rrt8tlrnilcd l > > rain In the Ohio nd Ttnntt
nrlhLIIrdaltndtd saint In the central lullalppl
Ippl SIalU and snow In Missouri Kansas Iowa Nir
ruka anti northern llllnols with thrrolrnlniondllloni
ondllloni nlndlnr fMw rd Into the MlJtllfWanllcStMc
Iondllols thPl Vcrlon5rnU
tjantte St el and norlhwrd Into
rnU storm will move Into the Middle All nllclime
lime lodarololnt rrollo
rollo lnc the storm Irr WA < an extensive hlsnireMureKlth
ireMureKlth a cold Tave the trmperamre thrniiKliml
ml the Northweit Stalest ranaed from the freerfnolnt
The line ofreetlne
olnt down to I decrees above zero lne
reetlne wetlher touched northern Teiu Theold
old will follow the storm ares eaitwatdIn
rld1 cltr the day 8 cloudy and threatrnlncrttbr
rUb r 4nit ntfbt wlnd freh northfut axeraielUmldltr
lUmldltr 1a tr cent barometer correfted toed
humlc sea level it S A M WH a P It aI3Thb
lad temperatun > tilertar M recorded by theffltUl
mew thermometer U bown II lit annexedTnehtbe
ib e
I I 4 3503A1Z
A1Z 44 18 a pI 6
AI tO 535
1Ju e 1d U h3TebtbtlemprllUr
The highest temperature it at 3 P MXaKlNOTOH
for casterS Vr York fair In north sad rain fIn
av In tenth portion lo avi colder In tfttt Ole cxu4
inn tavttt fortlont Iticnatlnt nertH irlmft lairtiaorar
l tiaorarror
For Marrland and the DUtriet of Columbia
Jn todav probablr now In the mountain d
ran followed br cleaner and colder and muchildt
ildt tftRlrbt fair tomorrow fresh to briskorlh
orlh wlndtFor
For Ner InrUnd lair in north tilts or now Innun
nun portion today colder except In nnrthwutn
and exirerne cut porlloiii mnt beromlnr ncnhBd
Bd briskIir
Iir vrslrn X1 VorX clouly todij and protnIv
Iv < uP 5rsisa trth m hlh north wlis on It
t L fUr In rI
I u rur n J teJace
ace n a rt1 oli r f > ae VlUt > < oJIIil
IIil Itir 5 memo tisos tccorJai nutta
IIT H ills OSI1 COlU I SSlon1A
And lies Buck In Central Park Nownyck I
nyck With George Ferguson nidluHim
Him Again Several Tear Hhed Onr
Him ut Which Nobody I AthimrtIf
If you go to Central Park today youw
will b likely to see at the Mal entrancebig abig
big beautiful bay home white fore rcet8Curl
squarely planted and n little apart whit Istarr
starred head high in the air strong neclcurving
curving I you are a friend of the ridennd
and the ruth of carriages across the drivU
U not too great the bay may bow t youmaJettly
majestically gracefully knees ucigthe
the gravel with a splendid sweep of the bighandtm
handsome head clean cut us a Blue GrasracerH
The horse that bows like I woman I
Irish Led In thestable
Vyck the finest nave Ir i
stables of the Police Department GoorgFerguson
Ferguson tho rider has sat Wyok for ear
In the park chasing runaways catuhlniscornful
scornful uutomoblllata and swinging tmfPInto
Into the set ways Man and horse 1 njvthe
the pirlt to every blade of gross and pebbleMost
lull people who go to the park regularljknow
know Ferguson and Wyck Uhey wondoralast
last week where the clean cut strclghlimbed
limbed square shouldered man and hisbeautlul
beautiful horse wereSeveral
Several days ago Capt Stephen OBrienwho
who is in charge of the mounted men who
handle street traffic under the now arrangemcnt
met told Commissioner McAdoo that hoIu
nrust have more men A mOnt policeman
especially required at ColumbuiXrclo
man WAS eRpecnly ru Columhu
Xrclo llio Commissioner went over thlist <
list und decided to transfer Ferguson nntWyck
Wyck from thejmrk to street service Wyclwas
was needed at the Circle but the exlgencietof
of the case demanded that Ferguson be senielsewhere
When they told Ferguson about It heshed
shed I real tear or two and perhaps moreHo
Ho hadnt been sepatattxi from the bigI
I > ay for years and he loved tho horse betterthan
than anything else in the world He madea
a xireonnl appeal to Mr MoAdoo beggingthat
that Wyck IHJ left in the park even if hehail
had t b transferred hinwelf The CommUsioner
missioner kneiv something about the all
tion of Ferguson for thA horse and he disliked
liked to risk so valuable an animal in thechances
chances of street patrol but there 0
no help for it Ho refused Fergusons appealand
and Wyck was handed over to Oeihlthe
the Rough Rider who got broke during thoreign
Ruph Devnry for sawing Big BillONeill
ONeill hailed Wyck with delightIt D11
I was pretty plain to ONeill that Iome
thing was wrong with Wyclc The horxewas iwa
was off hU feed Thor was no snap to himtho
the spring wns gone from his legs Hiseyes
eyes wero dull with not 1 flash of theirold jold
old fire Hn trotted heavily and the archof
of his nock straightened The handsomehead I
head dropped When ONeill rode himnenr
nCr crop it was hard to get Wyckturned
turned away again Ferguson came tonee I
nee his pot once in awhile and then Wyckwas
was his old self again Jut after Fergusonwent I
went away Wyckn melancholy returnedYtvsterdiiv
Ytvsterdiiv Mr MoAdoo passing throughi
Columbus Circlestopped tospeak to rvvFriThis
This U Ferguson famous trick horseIsnt
Isnt ItV said the CommissionerIt IIt
It is sir said ONeill hut Im afraidhell
hell go nil to pieces if he is kept away fromFerguson
Ferguson and out of tho parkMcAdoo I
McAdoo looked Wyck over with an AI
prtcathl eye The former Rough Rdcrrpke
spoko to the hay and he kneeled beforathe
the Commissioner Then he made 1 facevalkcd
valkcd Spanish and put out his right foreoot
rot to shake hands with McAdoo He wenthrough
through nil the tricks that Ferguson hadaught
aught himThe
The Commissioner patted Wyck velvetylose
lose and was about pt turn away whenhe I
thl horse dropped his muzzle on McAdooshoulder
houlder He snuggled closely to theCommissioners 1CommlllonerA
Commissioners cheek Then he raised hisipad Ihpad
read irk and looked off in the direction of theirk II
irkI am as sure that horse waa asking men I
to send him hack to the park as I amof anyhlng
hlng in the world wild the Commissionerolling
cUing the story yesterday Everybodyvho
who knows that horse believes he underMmU
MmU everything that is said to him andJI
JI H Pro belief that he understood thatI
I hnd fn power of making him happy
fh mounted men say that Wyck can dovervlhing
vervlhing but talk and they tell storiesy
by the hour about him that beat any animal
nal yarn you ever heard Not the leastemarluiblo
remarkable feature of the stories is thathpy
hey are trueWell
ar sir when that fine big horse putii
is head down on my shoulder and thenlooked
looked mournfully off toward the pith itroke
roke mo all up The tears came into myVV
VV nnd I nm not moro impresslonnbloihan
Luau most men I suppose I just felt likeipoloRiKing
ipoloRiKing for having rondo him so uniiiippv
Jm sorry ONcill but you are goingo
to lose your mount I told Wycks riderTiiat
Tnt horse BOPS hack to Central Parkind
ind FprKUin ROCS back too Its a downright
right shame to keep thorn apart If theresmy
my wuy tn get round itONHII
ONHII WOJXIH pleased al cou Id lx neut
10 lov 011 the horn ns everybody in thelopnrtnvnt
lopnrtnvnt doe that knows him Buthe
thl happiest rrai in Greater New Vorkivns
when the order wont
ivns fJcnrpo Ferguson
in him to nice Wyck boric to the old dutyYesterday
Yesterday hero wan plenty of gingerin
in HIP biglay All his dash and go tadturned
turned HP pranced like I twoyeixroldind
Drive Inligh
nci sashayed down tho West trlvA
high wlool steps Thi face of FergusonMi
Mi n trpfltlrCrlXG
I1y Make tar the Army and San at Lost ernates
hates Than for Plain ritlrcnsA
A strike of tw women employed by Rosenessor
essor A Co at 4 < o Grand street 11 makingpggings
pggings for the array and navy beganpMprdny
pMprdny against a reduction of wngMmd IRnd
md to enforce thp right hour workdayfhy
rh > y belonR to the Legging Makers UnionS
a new organization of East Side worknrrcretiiry
> rcretiiry Mlchaelson of the United Heirrw IIT
irrw Trades with which tho union U affllBtPil
BtPil said yesterday ho would write to theecretary
ecretary of War and the Secretary of theMVV IH
< MVV bolt Jho strike The womi nCM
lnklng these leggings he said era paidSc II
I CM than the women employed In makingoegings
oegings for plain citizen I 1 do notjet
jet redress it will be a reflection on theJnitodStatw
JnitodStatw GovernmentPitper Irlptr
Pitper 31111 Strike AvertedGIKXS II
GIKXS FAMJ N V Nov toTh threatned Ifne
I ned strike of the 10000 men employed InIIP
I IIP thirty mills of the International Paperompnny II
I ompnny has been averted The termsjf
settlement not made knownmt
jf tun Iltlelent am ma
hut Secretary FItzgerald of tho Mill WorkersJnlon
Union who i in New York to confer withhe
tht officers of tho International telegraphedill
ill mills this morning Settlement reachedThe
The trouble originated in the BerlinC
C Tp mlll nnd the employee of that plantcent
cent out because of disagreement regardng
went work The other mills of thromblne
omblne believing that Sunday workrould
would b forced on them voted to go outi
i sympathyHnow
Hnow In Kama and NebraskaOMAHA
OMAHA Neb Nov loTe first anowf
or the season In this region fell today
n the est and northern parts of theitate
itate Themercury fell t two degreeselow
iieiappesredSALUA elow the freezing point The mow soonllsappeared
SAUNA Kan Nor lOSuow fell Inentrnl
entrnl CtlFOI Kansas today the first of tryCtlFOI
111 Fi
Krrp Weather In lateSKOtOA
SKOWHEOAX Nor 10 Yesterday wash
th coldes Nor 9 sines 18C At Iodck
Irleck h the morning the Ilr recisrcri
trr J decree telow zero here and Whitrrt
rrt For ci rra frrzrn otr tnording ther
rl C
r Irn rf lc f < ccon At Mtoiiost
t c aA a rtrh of hio place ittrts 8v
t v i ttiowat I odocii
TA mans learning dleawith
with him I even bis virtuesfade
fade out remembrnncebntIhe
the dividends on the alackabe
be bequeathca obis childrenlive I
live and keep his memoryiJreen
reoa rHolmesdeals
THE ordinary bonkdeols
deals merely withthe
the llvlnjf man but thotrust
trust company takescharge
charge of his estateafter
after he Is done andsees I
sees that his wishesare Iore I
are carried outTHE
Warrant haul for Two Aldermen andmlht
Eight LonitablrPirrsuORO
PirrsuORO Pa Nov 10The graf
prosecutions which for some time hay i
been carried on In Allegheny across therhor
river reached PitUburg today and theto
town was astounded this evening by thenews
news that warrants had been issued rortwo
two Aldermen and eight constables eaocharged
charged with collecting graft AldermeLevy
Levy and Barton and their constableare
are the ones accusedCounty
County Detective Roblson makes thechrges
charges on Information furnished by LaurWoods
Woods keeper of a disorderly house ThWoods
Woods woman said thnt some constableemployed
employed by the Aldermen mentlonethave I
have repeatedly bought liquor at her placethen Ithln I
then made information against her Tillwas
another constable woulicome
was done so that cnstable wOlldcme
come and agree to have the case fixed upror
for S which she acceded to She says tblsIOr
sort burg of blackmail Is going on all over Pittsburg
nliAT jroviv cAv DOTe
The Emnia IVIIUnl League Ucnusei Thainil
and What They Hive DoneGray
Gray haired grandmothers laughed ancchatted
chatted with girl graduates at the annualuncheon
luncheon of tho Emma Willard Associatioiheld
held yesterday afternoon in the HoteManhattan
Manhattan where ISO former students nutto
to keep the memory of their school aliveMrs
Mrs John C Havcmeyer who prrsldctin
in UK absence of Mrs Unwell Sage rema
a welcome to tho association membersand
and introduced the speaker who werelimited
limited to five rnlnutf eachMI
Miss Anna Leach M A read a paper onThe
The Practical Needsof the Day She saidTh I
T principal need Is that the young shouldknow
know that the brain must be developedMiM
MiM Mary Manmll Butler talked ofWomans
Womans Progress and Power in MunicipalGovernment
Government Thn work of women insanitation
sanitation has raised it from the practicalinto
into the ethical sho slid Amid applauseshe
she ended with No nobler no safer noloftier
loftier call can como to the Emma WillardAssociation
cl Cn
Association than to fester and honor thecall
call of women to municipal lifeIn IIn
In Dr Donald Sage Nfockays speech onMrs
Mrs Russell Sage founder and president ofthe
the Emma Willard Association he paid herthis
this tributeHero
Her in New York especially In theselayi
layi when luxury for luiury8 sake is sooften
often a malign influence in tu social relations
OCI 1 InRl1 tfuen
Lions when vulgar ostentation is crowdingout
tons niHnre nndreligion
out the refining inhufcrces sf inreligion
religion Mrs Sage h resolutely stood forthat
that simplicity of life in the home which infears
simplcity le
fears gone by has made the American familyane
YtarAFOnehYh beautiful type in all theivorld
vend Mrs Pages work is not yet doneind
and with earnest hop and prayers worelieve
relieve that with returning strength shewill
will again take her place as a leader in theranks
ranks of all who believe In Christianlyntellecttial
ntellecttial and Intellectually Christianwomanhood
womanhood inspired by hitch ideals as oneDf
Df the supreme demands in our modlmAmercn
1 1KIT
Amercn 1tr
r roKY lS147D TERMIXALlrookln
lrookln HaplUTranill Company Preparingfor
for Next Summer CrondiThp
The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Companyins
hal announced extensive alterations forhe
tbl West End Terminal at Coney Islando
to be ready for next summers traffic Theilans
dane contemplate the purchase of a largeract
trc of ground to the north of the presentcrminal
crminal and the building of n system ofidlngs
sidings that will permit of the handlingf
or the immense crowds expected Theompnny
ompnny intends to make the enlargederminal
erminal tho principal one at the resortind
and accommodations for the handling of
100 passengers an hour will be providedThe
The rapid lncrea of traffic on the WotJnd
End division of the through elevated lineit I
nl stations north of Bath Beach has compiled Iof
piled the railroad officials to seek a meansf
of relief from the overcrowding of trainluring
luring the ruth hours It U proposed toun
un expreta trains from Ulmcr Park stopling
ling Twentysecond avenue Bay Twentyourth
ourth streat nnd Bath Beach and thenceunning
unning through to Thlrtyslith BtreolM I
M Sevrntyfourth street a switch is to bonit
put in and way train will start from thatx
x > int taking tip the heavy traffic of Homonrood iocl I
pint Blvthebourn and Borough Parkn
tn entirely new schedule will b put inAffect
Affect on or about Nov 16RtOTIXG
rroops Flre on Student and Workmen atKharkorr
Kharkorr Mirk > Sent ThereSpffMJ
SpffMJ Cubit nntvieJt la Tat SexST
ST PBTEBBnnno Nov 10 Disorders ongreat
a great scale took place at Khnrkoff SouthiUissla
iUissla today The troops fired volleysnto
nto the crowd of students and workmenPrince
Prince Mlreky Secretary o the Interiortartod
ltro for Kharkoff todftyThe
The Governor of Mohileff where there waamassacre
I massacre In October of last year in whichJewl
00 Jews are said to have lost their livesiaa
hI been dismissedPORTO
Jrtory for Inlonlits Larrlnaca UnitedBlair
Blair CommlMlonrrflptctal
Spinal Cabli nmiatcli to Tile RexSAX
SAN JUAN Nov 10 Revised election rtuml
urns show that th Unionists carried fivellstricta
llstricta and the Republicans two TheInionista
Inionista won In the principal townsullo
ullo larrinaga was elected Commissionero
The House of Delete
t th United States Boul
atos stands I Unionists to 10 RepublicansThe
T Executive Council will tomorrowipn
ipn a investigation into charge thatiava
rays been made of election fraudsCommlHlon
CommlHlon on Flnnlih Oorenunentsprtfal
sprtfal Cable Dupuch to liz SDKllEiBivaroRB
llEiBivaroRB Finland Nov IOon application
ilication of the Finnish Senate the Czaria
las appointed a commission composed ofIve
five Russian and five Finnish Jurists toormulate
formulate proposals for harmonizing thelowers
lowers cf the Finnish DV J and tbp Imlerial
lerial manifesto of 1M3Philippine
Philippine Delegate TomlnB Here5pfftol
Special CaW Deiplte tt Tea SCXLONDOK
I LONDON Nov lOMgr Aglui the newlyppolnted
appointed Apostolic Delegate to the Philipline
line Islands sailed for Z ew York on thetcamer
learner Mlnnotonka todey it h hU Inenticn
enticn to confer Mh Prctider Eoosor cUcforo
I cforo dcfarting for Ids post of duty
Kill tai the Wife of Prof UonaldionChlcico ofhIeao
Chlcico University and Broke DowMentally
Mentally Tlirouih overttad FounUr
Dead In the Btietnent of Her UomCHICAGO
CHICAGO Nov toClose study of neurology
rology caused the mental collapse of MrsHenry
Henry H Donaldson which U assigned as
the cause of her suicide now of wlilcltoday
today caused general gloom at the Univereity
vereity of Chicago The flag of the tintverslty
verslty was placed at half mast She wathe
the wife of Prof Donaldson head of the I
department of neurology of the Unlvensltjand
and was regarded as one of the most brilliant
liant women in the university sotSuicido
Suicide while temporarily insane wasthe
the verdict of the Coroners jury this afternoon
noon Mrs Donaldsons body was founthanging
hanging by the neck in the basement of herhome
home S710 Woodlawn avenue today by amold
maid She wag the daughter of CalveriVaux
Vaux the noted landscape artist of KoYork
York who laid out Central Park MrsDonaldson
Donaldson had two eons John aged 14who
who is attending a school on the HudsotRiver
River and Donald aged 12 who la homeHer
Her husband had obtained leave fron
the university intending to go with heito I
to California for her healthProf
Prof Donaldson had gone out expectingto
to return by noon Ho had been gomonly
only two hours when Informed of his wlfoideath
death Standing on a box in the basementshe
she attached a clothesline to a beam onearound
around her neck and leaped from the boxNeighbors INeIghbors
Neighbors and friends declared today
that not the slightest suspicion of domesticinfelicity
infelicity had ever marred the family lift
of the DonaldsonsMrs
Mrs Donaldsons act was plainly committed
mitted whllo she was Insane said DrMatthews
Matthews head of the university divinitjschool
school next door neighbor of the Donaldsons
sons and her mental breakdown was thtresult
result of overstudyShe
She was an Incessant student TheFortnightly
Fortnightly Club of which she was one olthe
the most brilliant members received most
of her attention The first slgnthat in heienthusiasm I
enthusiasm for knowledge abe was overexerting
exerting herself came when she and MrDonaldson I
Donaldson were touring Ell rope In the summer Imer
mer four months ago Mrs Donaldsonbroke I
broke down and they were compelled tcabandon I
abandon the tour and return home Immediately IattI
atelyMrs I i
Mrs Donaldson did not improve andtwo
two weeks ago her husband obtained aleave
leave of absence until Jan 1 so that hecould I
could take hor to California where he hopedthe
the climate nnd a complete rest would rostorn
store her health They were waiting forher t
her to become a little stronger before beginning
ginning the tripMrs
Mrs Donaldsons father Cnlvert Vauxcommitted icommltttd
committed suicide by leaping into OravesnndBay
Boy on Nov TO 1895 Her mother waskilled
killed by being thrown from a carriageHer
Her eldest brother lost his life throughblood
blood poisoning the result of thc ncddentnInhalallon
Inhalation of Illuminating pensSralinard
Sralinard Ktnrkholtlen Elect DlrretoriPrTFRsnuiui
PrTFRsnuiui Vn Nov JOThe annualmeeting Imtlnj
meeting of the stockholders of tho Seaboard
board Air Lino Hallway Company was heldit
ilt the office of the company In this city today
day whtin th following wore elected aboard
board of directors for the ensuing yearN
N H Moldniri James A Blair Thomas FRyan
Ryan John B IVnnis T IcfTerwm CoolidgeJr i
Jr H Dnvlen AVurflold B K YoakiimCleorge i
George V Watts lame M Barr CharlesLonant
Lonant James H Dooley C Sidney Shcprard
rard Nathaniel Thayer Ernst ThalmannM I
If ClAY Pierce Norman B Ream Theonly
only Important business transacted wnsIhe
Ihe election of the directorsle
Tht Funeral nf Jnirph C Ilrnrtrtx TodayThe
The funeral of Joseph C Hendrix ofBrooklyn I
Brooklyn will be held this afternoonfrom
from the Church of the Pilgrims in Kemsinitrret
itrret the Rev Dr H P Dewey the psatorffleiating
dictating The pall Uar ra will be W CDuvnl
Duvnl C D Lonsdiilo Jullen D Faire ildaQcorgo
Qcorgo V Brower William Hnrkm ssAndrew
Andrew I Sullivan William J iilmoreIVodoro
IVodoro F Miller Silas B Dutcher W HEnglish
English Chrnter 8 Lord and DanielMel VMc
Mel illlairs In accordance with tho wishesit
it tire clcctnfld the body will be crematedH
H Frcs > Pond
Obituary NoteThe
The wife of Will farleton the poet diedf
of apoplexy oil Wednesday eveninc nt herlome
tome 4ft ireenc avenue Brooklyn lu herIttyUBventh
IttyUBventh year Slio was a clniichtcr orsnthunlfl
snthunlfl Htid Mnry Miles and wan bornit
81 llalilnx Vt She spent several yonrsIH
as a misiilonnrv among this kittens in Hiirmnlirturiiliiff
rturiiliiff lien that country in 1550 Shevng
yes married to Mr arleton in ntZ and theyIH
red since lived In Brooklyn Mr Carleton
THH the founder of the Farther Lights SoIrty
Irty composed of younp women of theJnptlst
Jnptlst churches tliroucliotit llie countryihe
the wnn the president ol the Brooklyn Sabintli
intli Alliance and a member of the board ofnnnasprs
nnnasprs of the Home tor Consumptive
lie Womans Club and several other orcanlatloiif
atloiif She was active In the Affairs of theAnshiiiRton
AnshiiiRton A venue Baptist InurchCharles
Charles Schumacher n well known foreiirntoik
1cllnlllp expert arid senior 1Ullnbrr of tbetok
toik hxphanue finn or harlos SchumHcher
It Co emit yesterday at njs home 15tghtyflrst EastVightynrst
Vightynrst street after n ions Illness Mrcliiinnicliir Ii
i cliiinnicliir who hid a stroke of piiralypn IIII
III Kehnmry last Anti hud since been confinedo
10 his house was born In Switzerland 71 yearsIRO
IRO nnd rafter spending H few years In Newrloans
rloans returns to Swltytrland to fill aGovernment
Government ofHco III returned to Newrlcani
rlcani > entering the foreign exchanireuslnoss
uslnoss In that city but left the South forw
iI w York some thirtyfive years ago lieu
tea n member of the Heform ansi New Vorkaclit
aclit rlnbu the Metropolitan Muaenrn ofrt
Arl the New York llotnnlcal f rdens indhe
I he New York Xoolocloiil society lie IpIINII
II widow and five chlldrrnTlnrles
Tlnrles F llbble head of thp book sueIon
lon firm of C F llbble Co of Rntun andif
if the Mbhlo Show Print died at his home inDorchester
Dorchester Mass on Wednesday aired 81nl
Is was born In Lowell and went to Bostonvhen I
then a rouiie man In 157R he started thnook
book auction house of C F Llbblo k Coinri
tad the house of which he was the head Islow
now the oldest of the kind in the UnitedHales
Hales Hn possessed the finest privateIbrary
Ibrary of blblloirrapby In the Ilnltod stateiurpnsslnp
iurpnsslnp many of the Brent library coleel
eel Ions While not n great oollector hi mIr
eJf he possessed many rare and Taliubldlooks
looks trail manuscripts Including the finestle
let of lIt t01lpll Oftering tn elllllfnclH
le Is survived by a wife A daughter andwo i
110 sonsThn
The Hev Chsstln ClArk Mender foundernd
nd for fortyseven years pnmor of the Fjrthlaptlst
laptlst Church of Washington died at histome
tome in that city on Wednesday at the aeeif
or 78 years He was stricken In Ills pulpitVednesday
Vednesday nfternoon after he hud conducteduneral
uneral services over I member of his conrrnKMIon
rrnKMIon and died In the nvrnlnr Hsras
ras born In Redford county Vn removedn
10 Vnshlncton about fifty years ago andirianlred
irianlred the church after graduating fromolumblan
olumblan CollegeRlrhsrd
Rlrhsrd Tniswll Rich died nt the Hoteltsrle
tsrle Antoinette x sterday morningich Mrtlch
tlch was as years of age For thirty yearsi
rC was connected with the Matthlexsen AVechers
Vechers 8UB r Refining Company He wasin
an expert reflner Mr Rich was born Infew
few York but resided most of the limo InIvll
udley itass III was II Tdlrlln of thecivil
civil war having served as Meutenint withhe I
thp Seventyflist Regiment He retired fromiu
bu lneM about ten years agoFrederick
Frederick Detwellsr one of the foundersf
ot the printing house of Uidd A Detweiiernd
and for over fifty years a resident of Warhngton
ngton died In that city on Thursday at thege
ge of < Tears He was born In Mlddletowna
ro learned the printing trade and workedi
Is s compositor Inmanr of the cities of theJiit
Jiit Including New York He went toVs
Vs < hlnBton In IfSI and established the firmThich
Thich still continueFuneral
Funeral services for Michael Diamondrho
rho rUM last week at Hrown rille TeirC
r held Init nlah et hit home IT IInlrcl eyreet
reet Irofltlrn He 10 t rncsced in heIrr
hrs r eds histlnts h nrlv WI and for hIrrl
tt > ort rnr i > it > Tell etn brolfflfoolyn
I 0 lfoolyn HU It three rests and toUucliter
Uucliter lurhe him
I I all the hair restorer In II I
I I the market Have yourubbed Irubbed I
rubbed scratched andsoaked
soaked your bead In therndfavor
endeavor to mk yourhilr
hilt crownilATS
WltAr5One THE TOEOne
One of my nUndtrdTouptri
Toupees to cover ptrtttlor
or entire baldness willbe
be tbe only hair youcn IAn
cn ever bare that willnot
not worrr you Youwill
will forget It prueorend
and no one will cue ULet
Let us show you howeur
cur II IsI
r i Frit Demonntradonj itlrtcttv
j I tlrtcttv privateI Iu
I J S44040Cu
Cu nnoADTTAT auuna iu uTHE
TIle Plants More Notable Than tbe SlnHnioonu
nioonu Some Have Handsome FolIn
lase as Well KI Ueautlful FlowerWell
Well Known ExhibItor lltpreientetThe
The annual chrysanthemum show of theAmerican
American Institute was opened yesterdaafternoon
afternoon at the Herald Square EihlbltloHall
Hall In the aiaoy Building The exhibit icrwill
will oontinue till next ThursdayThe
The most striking peculiarity of tinchrysanthemum
chrysanthemum show this year Is the interwt
forest in the plants which has supersedealtogether
altogether interest in the single bloornuThe
The principal floor space of the ezhlbiU
U occupied by the plants most of whiclwere
were sent from the conservatories of RiohanMortimer
Mortimer of Tuxedo Mr Mortimer uenfortyseven
fortyseven plants not Including the emalMizpahs
Mizpahs which were not enumerated In histntl
entrThe tallest of the high standard chrjraanthemuras
anthemums in Mr Mortimers exhibiIs
Is 7 feet high Especially notable are athickly
thickly flowering Blanche Martin in aIJght01rerlno
solferino and a low standard plant aboutan 4reet
feet high Mrs Coombes a high lllandardplant
plant With blossom or paTe pinK and a fine8pedmen
specimen or the T carrlnltton an Engissoms
heh variety with crimson blossoms Blmilayellow
to those of a carnation A luxurious peelmen
men or the Jeannie Falconer with brilliant
yellow flowers and the fashionable shadof
of golden brown was represented by theO
O Sanders An unusual English varietwith
with red blossoms was the MalcomLnmond
These chrysanthemum plants which wernever
never exhibited in such numbers beforthis
this year seemed destined to absorb thiInterest
Interest which has hitherto contred irtho
the exhibits of single blossoms The busheain
in the first place are much more decoralive
live and the foliage and the flowerare
are massed much more effectively thaithey
they ever can be in the case of the largtsingle
single flowers John C Brown of NetsYork
York and the Messrs Converse of Walderand
and Newton Mass were also exhlbltonConverse
or ChrMntnpmlII plants The MIIIfIlol1rlfle
Converse sent especially fine specimenof
of nlrnonpOther
Other exhibitors of fhrysanthemumn
ire n MoRay Tmb1r D Willis James
A n Whitney Otto H Kahn Mrs M FPlant
Plant P A n Widener 1 A Constablinnd
nnd E C BenedictInteresting
Interesting among the flower exhibitIB IInew
isa new geranium called the Telegraphft
ft van sent by Thomas de Soy of Poughctjpiio
ctjpiio The petals of the tlowtvi are allarlte
large a > a trade dollar and the color aitMOutsit
tMOutsit shd of coral The popular Boxfon
ton fern is thrown into the shade by avariety nevvariety
variety ol that plant which has much monulnindant
ulnindant foliage is a darker shade cigreenurd
r nand is said to grow well in the houseJEXACIXG
Fire Starts to Clear the Approach lo I1HNest
New Manhattan BridgeA
A fire which started on the second flooif
of the Rotary Press and Sign Works 35 3nd
and 39 Adams street Brooklyn at 73ast
ast night made it appear for a short timeILL
ILL if the commission in charge of the rariniif
ot buildings In that rlrinity for the approAch
iroach to the new Manhattan Bridge wouldmve
have little to do A second and third alarmrerepentinand
werele11t in and Chief Croker hurried acrosshe
he Brooklyn Bridge to take chargeThe
The fire was discovered hy the watchman
nan Andrew Cave and Patrolman namrelburc
relburc of the Fulton street station at theame
ame time Both hurried to send in anilarm
ilarm which brought Battalion Chief FitAs
icralil and Engines lOll 107 and 108A8
As a precautionary measure Chief Fitzgerald
gerald sent in second and third alarmsrhiich
lilch brought to the scene twelve engineour
our hook and ladder companies and theireboat
ireboat David A Boody By the timehe
tht assistance had arrived however ChiefItzgerald
Itzgerald and his men had the fire underontrol
ontrol and when Chief Croker arrived itras
ras outThe
The fire started on the second floor amongi
I number of tanks filled with oils benxlnend
and turpentine It soon ate ita way tohe
tht third floor and to the roof The placeras
ras gutted and a large amount of stockully
ruined hv water Ihr damage to stockond
ond machinery Wail estimated at S t5000triiy
ully insured The building Igtoberaredrlthin
rlthin a monthHUM OOO1
HUM by One of Qnantrrila FollowerHEIKNA
HEIKNA Mon Nov lOEdward Trnan
man aged TO and a member of the notedluantrell
luantrell gang of Missouri shot and killedamca
ames McCabe at Sedan Tbe men hadtiarrelled
tiarrelled frequently and upon meetingIcCabe
IcCabe today Truman is said to harehot
hot him while he wall loading his wagonruman
Truman RurrenderedThat
That sparkling beady tang belongsexclusively
exclusively toGOLD
The champagne of clubman and connoisseur Inolsseuf
I noisseur It contains the corked upessence
essence of the sunbeams from Americas
leas most highly cultivated vineyardsEquals
Equals quality of French wines cosAsonly
only half Two kinds Spedtl Dryand
and Brut
SeW br all leadlu rrooeri
oeri tad win mercktauUrbiia
Urbiia Win OomptorLrbiaa
urban New York Colt UaknHYSICAL
OVERWORKED Instate men need our treatment
meat Our method embraces the positiTetotttion
totttion to aoand nerves and health txerIs
Is nastagc BAth tad DIaling Ourritem
ritem Is in charge of its orijinitor Frediogene
iogene Parker A K M B Director for 12ears
ears director of PhIal ruining a BrowaJn
Un witty All warn out sad ran down menic
lie inmedlt1 tsstetetSerd
Serd fo uir let Vo le fjvnf earopste inerrrfisn
errrfisn tc osr icfic audhovr we Derelos
hjjtil Triinuc b that
Dress and TuxedoSuits
Suits for MenDlstinctlre
Distinctive ModelsReadyfprServjce iBy
By their very nature andfunction kfunction
function garments for dressservice
service invite criticism Ifyou
you would Have yours beyond
yond it the Saks labelpoints
points the way It identifies
fies Dress and TuxedoSuits
Suits perfect in proportions
tions and tailored to expressand
and impress true dignitytogether
together with that elementof
of distinctiveness and individuality Lviduality
viduality which one rarely
finds in other than the mostcostly
costly tomeasure garmentsW
We have readyforserviceJRlSfiS
JRlSfiS S ui8 3 models
30 to 50Tuxedo
Tuxedo SuIt 3 models
527 to 45iMXSdo
iMXSdo Gsflts 3 models
18 to25 epfq
pfq fliMRfitN5 3 EoJOztk
ztk ILtmpatttr
Broadway 33d to 34th StreetFrom
From the finest loomsThe
The most versatile of scarfsthe
the English Square tieable inthree
three waysLarge
Large fourinhandOnceover
In silks riph enough for therichest
richest shape of scarlsSatin
Satin brocade Ottoman knitwith
with satin fecrbll patterns Turcoman
coman peau de corduroy peaude
de tortoise peau de foliaget
t to 250ROGERS
754 Rroadwar car Warrrnopposite Iopposite
opposite City HallMI
MI Broadway cor isthand ITs fill order fend
and ISO to I4 < i < th AvenroMwiy by mallnusiKss jaada4WestnidSt
litflroadway ear nd
Mm Wlulawf Soothing Syrup for rhlltfrtnUcthlot
Ucthlot aottenJ the gums reduces Innammatloo 5itly
klltri ptln cures wind coUc diarrhea 23c a bottleJOTTIXGS
The Aldrrmcn pawed A tmdcet onlothrtr finanrc
ommlttef jrwtrrdiyto tccojldfrfd MCh
Charles E Forbes who ITM caught In Bucriorrcs
tree after be had ttolrn tOO from 1 W Colena A
na at 141 llrondvav pleaded eullly nt triad lironv
onv before Judge Xewburrr In General itecatonerrat
Tbe Clvtc Gub ttZw Esat Sltat special meeiDial
Dial Itsrootm In Oraril street IrM nlrhleppoliilrdL
I committee to go before tlie liMrH ot Ullmtteor
odav with a petitIon urging an aproprtattou ior
or the proposed tw rv In far llorlcann lotletltlon
letltlon has 400 altnatureaMARRIED
RIGHTIHN MEADOn Nor 10 till at IjVeWaocabue
Waocabue X V br the Rev Oirlord S VWteFlorence
Florence cburch Mead daughter ot MnCeorce fGeorge
George W Mead to Horace Irvine RrlthtnanOWXERFOWLKAt
OWXERFOWLKAt Hilt Orange X J Novl
II 1504 hr the Rev Dr Mann Mildred Henlhawe
lhawe Fowle daughter nt Mr < jMlih FlukeFowle
Fowls to TOlllim Klnpsler Fowler ot nrjokl > ovALKERBURKEOn
ALKERBURKEOn Thunday nov JP atGrace JGrace
Grace Church Create N J by the Rev J HWttson IWatson
Watson wined br Tier Alexander MannD
D D Uibtl daughter ot Un John nurUe otUewellrn
Uewellrn Park to John Yatf GhnUon TCufrfrol
ol New Teak tilT
AlJk Norember 5 Ijddraly at I wreaceU
U I n Alice RfynoM wife of Venry J S HaOit
it nivetalde Drtve New VorkNotice
Notice ot funeral hereafterENDRtT
ENDRtT U hli resldrafeMJ Cirrtn it Hmoilyn
lyn on Wednwlar roi 5 Joseph C HendrtxSrrlcc
Srrlcc M Cbirrh of the PlitrUni ntmKaad
sad timer iu on Prtdar aneraoom atclock Ieboek
clock Intcnnem rrivateOULVIo
OULVIo rironklrn Nov 10 Henry XT Hollyafed
aced 7 yeArx B monthsFuneral
Funeral nerrtce at his Isle rertrtfiice 5 38 Oteeniav
av I P M Saturday Nov UXGRMOLI
XGRMOLI Samuel IntenoU suddenly anNov
Nov la U5I art O yjarsNotice
Notice of funeral htreattertclXITRr ILcfiflRtOa
tclXITRr OaNor 10 mi r rnk son of FrmnVand
and EUni Mcintyre In th Itth rat of his arrat
at hU mllencc ear Leonard it nraoklpiFancnl
Fancnl Buadar at J P M from St AnttonjiDoman
Doman Catholic Church Manhattan avenueand
and Milton at OrecnpilntLlCB
LlCB Oa Tbnnlar Nov to igot at Hotel MatteAntoinette
Antoinette New York dir Richard Trnssll slath
Rich In the Seth year of hL areSettles
Settles at the Calrarr Chureh lath rt and nhr
a r on aturdar Nov I at 2 P M Intermealptlvate
m ot privateCRUUAOBCnAt
CRUUAOBCnAt hi rraldenor It East futrtTpet
Street on Thursday Nor to lax ChartsSehnmicheT
SehnmicheT beloved husband of Emma HSehumaeher
Sehumaeher to hli MTeotynrrt revFuneral
Funeral ericeti at hl < late resIdence SaMmlayNor
Nor 2 at 3 P USouthern
Southern papers please coprAMarrrNEOa
AMarrrNEOa Tuesday Nov C 1501 at thebones
bones of her father Lawrence L I XtarHarper
Harper wife of Lnrdon B Valentine U brWh
Wh yearFuneral
Funeral aervteej Friday morning at TrtnltrChurch
Church Hewlett I I at j I asCEUETBRIEI
Great Plnelairn Cemeterr 2511 acres P1WIeautlful
eautlful price reajontble 4t W 34lh SUN V1unsoNAis
BEVSON > ti nt thlnkt wont everlaitlarsour
our irrn hu ntJ abs airse Coat 0V3 j

xml | txt