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THE SimMOTTOAY DECEMBER 181905 11 f
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PERTH VOICE IN ROSSIStlll
I tt I 1 i 11111 UJJ1lGI
or 11USr MIIOWKHS
IUIIJ fnr l hr ltr < ltall liincnt fir Ihe
r ptrulll
1 lrrn nloiu Hint Amiirit for PolltOircnilcri
Ill Oircnilcri lljiim or the FnllenMint
Mint < > i > ItiPli fU He Appenr Todaf
f 11 irifiu no fj CllIlhe gray oflbil
crowd of vrorklnu
tbi mi1 mItiii
u pi tr itiiling MI tho mcltf1 HnlJW
t r1J iltr urfJld irru KPinent twor
cr thtv1 K hfrl which IK nowui
IITIICf I pu iiUm > mo timoorothcs
H ha hcl i d s a d pot fr a Go rnptnt
ptnt III 1 IP ordinary years It Ifr
1 1 for in litarv or nnRlneerlnK Ificttmind IInd
ind prnn Oow It l s tho f vo toplatlor
place tr ipuar iniollnjn of evpry 11mwill
1t II II will hull crowd of people tndcnun
rlvrInonn
mono I tin1 halt thi momiiK he chotI
I icheri lid nn1 to dleiihf wliether thlY
loo diuii I inKe and lalm the right ofni
nl3ii Hit Iii in eret o the day wuildlr
0 11 dir rtd III ths other larg hall wherthe
the oil wr 5 of Fitlie Oapon were Rathil
trel f Iii iii tim > > i I > tint t JlIlbleun
jan iiy fh masuaoro lust JanuaryTlifin4tBhnd
Tlifin4tBhnd Ueetuwlleil tor III oclolk1IJfAlldl
7heaItlhPt witn the t i n4ind or flfteeipile
Imdrfd pile fies all turned upw id InI
I iann ilirctinn loo EI spctral undei
is dim twiliR11 I n nufilnn morningpffniiti Arttr
pffniiti inetiti U Hlways nn houjt
it i thought Impolite to IJIJlnHIrf
jt ciine is hogiliti
iti ireeverv one Im had n chanco of com
irj li inn i elorj II them wa no1tudini
tudini TLiin fnr another person nnd allom
om Itlil I ith Int X ha tit ii t IcT HIIlnlilallrnr
lallrnrT
T v pliinis wore going the round Onra
ra < hal the more crabbed nnd pednntlrrsmpi1
rrsmpi1 in t lie Social Democratic secttppId
ofpdrl t break up the meeting TIt othlra
I a i thnt Jitlur Oapon would not connr
r writi 1itb were unique in St PeterUrp
Urp if licith were true Thp Governivw
Tnt jnnumert that if Father Gnpotipp
ipp < ui < l m public they would arrest himIL
IL Mil that t lip pollen luie not yd booti
ii tA Invl In hiding place If that is noLcrikn
h > Lcrikn police are giantp ol 111101115611I
1mPJr n to flip Huwliins for it is fiiid thaiIrpn
en tuinit Vitro known where Gapon iind >
Irpn I mvrelf have onjoyod ICo long a conS
S i > alinn with him us tho limitations ollanguage
language would allow But perhap he washl
rght nor to conic to the meeting dad arirptt
Irrt r < n nttpmptcd it if not only on oneat
Id Ihat the dead would havo been countedwt
wt thw time only on one HideWhen
When at lat the meeting was iI kedohnm
him thpv would choose for rhairmantrf
0 trf hout went up for Barashod I dor
rrt ktiuw how he ha gained the confidence
cf the lornipr unions but hb plcction wasliken
liken nt ono toprove thntthoSocial Democrats
crats were compirntivply few He came IfroIrda
Itrat a middle uged reddish bearded1nAll
mn with nn pry apparent gift of voice
rr influence and nnnotinrvd that fiixttti
tb v would hlng the Ilyiun ot the FallenTbe
The hymn w in honor ot the victim of Herwhen
sunday when tliop peaceful and unarmedI
I titioners were elaughteted in the streetuii
uii when as fiapon said the workrnerkirned
kirned at last tIt they had no fatherwTfar
wTfarThe
The audience rose and stood in abiolutepl
f ncfl till K > me one gave out the tlrct notplip
4 lip song han only throe line < and theyem
em to be litlo more tlum a re > ptition olkhe
khe word To their eternal mpmiO ytie
ie etieft WAR very impressive I do notr
nOf ihat it is which give K profound anmtv
IMmnil to Rur Man popular music or hnwRusi
Russian crowd produces uch I deep volI
I tme of found Pprhap1 it comes from theIrildehureh
Irildehureh musk perhaps from fhn rnolHiijeholT
jeholT of the lone opprpfion and the nearc
c spf death from day to dayAfter I
After the hymn a speaker sajrl that Father I
I Upon would not be presPnt but had Kent agreeting Iing
greeting which was read I called uponthe
4 tb people to tak courage niin and set tofork
fork upon rebuilding the union And otherorganizations
glzltonr which hud been destroyed bythe
the massacre All this lime thorp was 1f
f J deal of PTcitement bpcanue It al reported
ported that police fipies had been discoveredMODE ItODg
MODE the teachers conference in the npighIr I
flghall Ir was proposed that thp meetin
igao1d fW i a body and helpth teachersout
t cMr them Olt
Apparently IhE police left of themselvesfor
for thing grew quiet again and the liveEinut
= Einut epppchop began and continuedrapidly
rapidly But thit tavage hatred of spies ispoint
A point thir must not le overlooked in thewolution
S mouton Today the pot and telegrapheltrkf
clerks have announced thAI they will notthe
f teaM the strike till the enormous system ofpg
pg into letters and paper hAs been
4 ab bed I they succeed what eratltudei
4 a foreigner and ttrnng rs in tire countryMil
Mil owe themTbo
the speech went with that pitrnordi
tory dash and fire which appear to bfl thee
e common heritage of nil riicslan spenkercHow
How they have managed to inherit Fiiohhingi
hingi if cm1 of tit mrttorips of this mysnotis
s notis rvolution In a land where publicpMhng
pMhng could hardly be wiid to exist wefad
fad a whole rae of orators farlyta iii edtospral
tospral ot grfta dumb Russia with ndnuratior
T nuratior and forefi a nlrongn time whentefcia
tefcia bould find her voice She hnsfound Ifod
found her voiro cow and certainly the timeS
i ftnugn Whether the result will beuctlr
uctlr what Cnrlyle expected or admlmdomcrnight
omcrnight question though on the wholeI
I d not q lt inn itFor
For alter all k take the example of thicBornlngh
Bornlngh meeting the demands mal mbow
bow Uttlr Hficnches of condenied flamenuhing
Ld nuhing words were for rights whichworkmen
EChh workmen have long ago won forvea
l I IC iho whole object of thefif
ltn fif to rwwtaliliah the elevenOf I
nrt or workmen which Father Gaponbefom
I ttltd before the disasters of last JanT
T Such unions are hardly to l > dif
taguiehed from the trade unions of ourWBtry
untr and there is nothing whatevertopian
r topian or tavage about the programme
I
1nf GaponV followere or among the proP
Talve parting indeed that Is mainlyn
It reanu why they arc blamedThp I
The iimrinf refuse even to call themselvesparty
party They have no paper The paperkich
kich if i rhapK moft inclined to l > efriendein
theitu Thf Word Store has lately goneMW
MW tr the rwietion One of the mostPfiWled
PfiWled hptvihers this morning denouncedw
w parties who urge fbi people to organizeli
11m lvi < into armed bands becauseteo
tQWlpIgp flutist come before arm and thonnMni
nnMni itiori miiit bo of workmen unionsnnd
and nii o hnttnliont The only otherpiurx
1lfl r If tP nieetlng was to demandimn
imn Mv for fat her finpoti and all oliticalfftidT
fftidT even for tho e who took par
I On r vihiicsi i ia ssi net ions during theTrinity
Trinity
inirn MMH tip lil1 a Social Democrat
rIuIft inii t hit o 11 violent mill threatmims
ms > iHfii iignin the meetins Oneatjicrt
tjicrt T a IIlrat attempt to emptylull
I lull hv j fiv light und the timid fledHi1
chlh uiulcr the lx > llef that the Hponkcrariiuw
a ariiuw fr ilf pole He was only auii
uii I iiiiiciit acting with thnt ratherhr
tent1 mtoiernnce and iwdnniry which nl
16 cliMinttulish tho mernberii of that wetpud
pud r > rrini < t give them a certain power and
1
Opa uc1 iaKI F stabisred ISOChester
Chester Billings SonSucttiitn
Sucttiitn taRandd
Randd JBarewore < BillingsDcsiuiier
Dcsiuiier and Makersof
of Diamond and Gold jewelryS
SilverwareBillings
Billings Court Fifth Avenue at Thirtyfourth Street
i
consistency within heir own circles hit I
appear to cut thorn off altogether from ottUnary I
nary human sympathies and hllll fivedarn j
darn At all events the feeling of the meetIng
lug was strongly against thm nnd thl 1I
were gradually silencedA
Mt Kradlull Hllnd Ipenltlr
I A speaker who brought gmitiuigs frotithe I
the Belgian Anarchist WOK politely 11teniKto
to though them in no Anarchist JJaly I
In Itnmia now working as a parly EvuiTolstol
I Tolstoi Is hardly Itnown and ht appearto II
to have no followers at all now oiitxidihis
I I his own little circle or disciples Kvery OIKis I 1
is busy remodelling the state after one fashIon I
Ion or another and to raise the iiw < tioiwhether Iwhethpr I
whether it IH not better to Imvn no statiat Iat
at all appears to every one singularly inappiopriate
piopriate
Thh speeches were over about 1 oclockand I
and In company with one or two otherswont Iwonl I
wont out to converse with father ClaporI I I
I himself while his followers began reorganizing
I ing the unions Tim Father has lel II
driven from the Cljiircli as is well knownand I
I and there is little of the priest left abouthim
him now unless it Is his want 01 thernonplace commonplace ImonplaC
monplace knowledge that mott peoplehave I
have It In said that his stay In Fnglantthis
I this summer changed him so muCh that Ihli
his friends could not recognize hihi and Ithe
the police are quite at 1 lou now to finrhim i
him I am not sure about I hAt I doubtif
if tho Government would care or dare tctouch ilouch
touch him nosvstill i is unnecessary tcdescribe II
I describe the change very minutelyThe
The transparent eyes of lightish browngenerally
generally looking down tho thin note amiface
face the thin and nlightly arched eyebrowtho
tint thin hands and plight figure the blooiijust iI
just showing under tho kin rather rnrein iin I
I in a 8ianlall these traturerf remainthe
the same and the police may make vlintthey
I they can of them 1 is 1 delicate nndsensitive
sensitive rather than a stiong nituro inoutward
i outward looicone of those natims inwhich II
I which ono sees the child Mi lyirg Ud beneath
neath the grown mal mm iijfo he Isstill
still young Yet this is tho man wi rimckthe Ii
i the first blow that really went to tho heart oftyranny
i tyranny The strike was the second blownnd iI
I and now tho old monster sprawlsXatUMlly
I Naturally Father Oapon was the moatinterested Iin
interested in our account of the meetingand
and his conversation ran almost entirelyupon
upon the danger to the movement thatmay
I may aiis from that unbending attitude ofthe
the Social Democrats and their general impracticability
practicability both indemandsand methodsTo
To make a broad but clear distinction Ishould
should say that he was working on Kngllsnlines
Hne and they on dermin There is nodoubt
doubt that they command tho largetparI
party among the town workmen But inthe
the country i is different and about fourflftliH
I fifths of Russias people are peasants ofthe
I the countryIt
I I is the conflict > ptween the peasantsand II
I one the Social Democrats that FniherOapon
I Capon most dread When theorists condemn
demn Father apon for opportunism 1fther
I they do daily I remember that like I 1wtrike
strikes committee hf know the workpeople
I people at first hand and ho hat arvompllshed
pllshed something I is much to l < o regretted
gretted hut it sometime happen thittbn
tbn opportunist is the only man who doeaccomplish
accomplish somethingIFOW4V i
IFOW4V tv 1 tunr srn IGShe ISh
She Hid hem CarrjInR Me Clilld Vliont1lie
tin Streets forAft flapAfter iAf Idays
After wandering the streets for severaldays
days aub Kt Ing on chance charity andsleeping IIJeplnp
sleeping in doorways Angela ewpder anher
her twentytwo days old child found refugelast
last night in the Tenderloin police stationAngela
Angela peiks no English and her Ifwlinndialect
dialect is so peculiar that it was difficult tofind Ifnd
who could undersUndher
find on interpreter cOI11 IndetlMIIIhlr
fnd
her Policeman Crittenden met tho womanin
hlr CrttendEn
Pnlcman
Eleventhavenue
in Twentythird street near
avenue and took her to the Vet Twentiethstreet Illt
street stationHhe
llt
Hhe said that she had come to thin countryomovmotithH
H Framiesivj iorglinao
with
501110 mouths ago FralllftQ llflnao
glinao with whom she hud bon broughtup
lnao lih native village Cnrglinao badpromised
promised to marry her hf said and hadmade
made a little home for hI Vhfii she didnot
for Corgliriao nevrr allowedh
not know for llao lowdI
her to leave the houe orglmno workedas
h tosupply
made enough
laborer anti money
as a Ind m1dl 0tl 10 1Inpp1r
I supply their needs hut the promied marriage
nlcI
riage never took place When tine child WIhorn
Angela believes
horn Corgllnao disoppeared Anflla bE
loves orgln1 went back to Italy Sheremained
remained In their roormns until hunger drovoher
her out The streets were as iitiffimiluirto
to her HS the diY she landed i > nd shu gotlo
lest She wandered into sections whero noonexunderstood
onexunderstood her languuge How ehokept
onnndentood child and herself she roiildnot
I not explain The dusk sergeant n herto
to the Tenderloin station wn rn there Is amatron
I matron
lly MareonlThe IIIIi
i The Red Star liner Finland from Antwerp
werp and Dover was 135 miles east of Snntucket
tucket at T P M yesterday and prolmblywill
will be up to her look early this alternoonTtiP
TtiPTli1 IthlrTh
which mat twn marten loiu HIPrfi
flue lorm bl IleOAL
eOAL dlsurpiir ruplrtlJ ti > the nnrthraslmirdThe
The wtnrt ItmlnKhcil In ill liii Atlinil1 Matrsn
uuntl were titowlnif from Usrbt to fr < > h ortthorf > cvicrd
tcrtftFslr yJdtr
Jdtr wcsthrr ccttlMl Efncritly ovrr all Hierountrr
counter ciccpt In thf Northwest bert II washccoralnt
hccoralnt floudy usith some fcaitcrcd snow Iwas
leCmlnr
was colder Rfiifrallj In the Cfnlrul and soiilhivrstf
ivrstf rn SIMM and over the chums iiorthca trnaction
action ot Sew Kniland Anr ran iia but In themiddle
middle and nouth Atlantic Stnifs It wns Mlzhtijtiarmer Iarrt
tiarmer Ther tao no norm In lch and rondlllonj
lion Indicated sllerttlj wnrmer wemher here forn I
In thk till thr tisy w M fair andn
n da > or two el I
n little warmer wind llsht to fresh wuihwrMrrlner
ner i tinmldlty M per cent hairmeter corrected
rected to read to sH level M R A M Sit 3SfiOI t J i
noelIhc The temferMiire ytstrrday u recnrdeil tij thoofflrldl Iomrlli
thermometer la ie1i In the annexedXA
offlrldl Iberumetfr l l ilable
lable XA m3it lliJg men
g A M 10 71 HP Msi to al
17 M 3 22 DP M st t3I
3ILowest
M U U Mil
3 P ld
Lowest tempernture 30 at SI A Mfor
Lwesl Itmprllurl 3
I I 4ltCTOt rORECAT ronTopT Atm To5tOrmuowUot
for tiistrrn Vu > IorH fiarllv rlouilv lo lati ananirwr
nirwr In 1M Inferior rain or tnwn iind roM r tonarrate
>
narrate fresh end to lovllteat irlnm hriimlncMrlhicolant
Mrlhicolant MiktomorrAeTor
Tor New Jtnry notrtln cloudy and wnrrnrto
In IAV partly cloudy and colder tomorrn nndprohahly
p8rl
rain In extreme north portion Irrshlorlhesit
j probably stlr norh porlon
lorlhesit to southeast wlnd bemmlni nomineeoraorrow
oraorrowFor
For New Kntland lair toUas and wArmer InHIM
HIM portion rain or unor tomorrow and puldern
1 trr h northeast to < oiilheait Kindaeiomlor
portion
In wcM porlm norhn
aeiomlor hrUk And tstSt tomorrowTor
I Tor eastern Irnnsjh partly cloudly sndarmrlod
armrlod r pirtly ttauuly and coldei lit marrotart
art probably rain or now In nonh iwrtloii tresJinurthPit
north TOt
lorlhejint to wiutheMt winds bccomlne
10 morrowIorthe
rot the tl trl tot Columbia M rynnd and DclniMiri
UI partly cloudy and warmer to day fair andolder
older to ranrran frrh raM tosiuiti Indo IPMOIHIne
Ine nortltwet to mnrrowTor
Inl
For western New York cloudy to day and warmerIn
In M n partlon snow and colder to morrow bil k I
10 bleb iithweit to nonbirot winds
1I CONTROL OF CORPORA TlNSOIIIIU
OMMISSIOMUl aUlWUI UlOWiWii
OWiWii SIKULIt MTllr
lie I1iliil Tliiit CoiporMloim tllH 1ofli1le
llojoiiil tin Possibility of Proper Cortrot
trot li > line SliiKle Mate and ioncrrishould
should More fully Exercise Its PonciWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Dec Commissioner of
Corporations James K Oarfield in his anmini
mini report just made public refers to tlvlUirentii
lUirentii Investigation of tho beef IndUHtrand
and cays that much Information was obtaincd
taincd on the question of combination 18
between tho largo packing companiesThis I
This mfoi motion was turned over to tbAttorneyGeneral i
AttorneyGeneral who afterward begatproceedings
proceedings againtt certain packing compunius
punk and their otllceni for violation of theFediml
Federal antitrust lawHo
Ho bays that extensive inquiries havibeen
been made into the oi and steel Industrie
nnd that a special report on the oil induetry
try will shortly be made to tho PresidentThe
The compilation o State insurance lawstho
tho Commissioner says has been finishedum
uni some special phases of the question ofFdortl
Federal supervision have been examinedbut
but in view of the decisions of tho SupremiCourt
Court ho ha not felt warranted in trying
to ahsuiMti jurisdiction over insurance comtia
tia iijs for the purpose of investigationTln
Till > fnctthat State supervision has fatlecto
to plent great abuses in the mtmagomeniof
of fonio companies ho says does not olitself
itself justify Federal action Reemlngljtbrt
tbrt most effective way to settle the qurvtiori
IR for Congress to so legislate upon the subjeat
jeat as to afford an opportunity to presenlto
to tls Supreme Court tine question whotheiinsurance
insurance as now conducted is interstatecommerce IcOTHlerCf
Fedcrurerulation
commerce and hence subject to
rerulationOn In
On llw tiiet Ion of Federal control of corporations IJorton
orations the Commissioner saysThe
The yonrs work upon lie investigation osocial
social lidiibtri and partlruliir rorporatiors
tiors has Mreiielnnid my conviction thaino
no tiC runt us uteun I rempdy for existing I nd its lrhltis
evils tim n be expected until Conuress ex rclscimore
more fully its power of affirmative aeiioiunder
under the commerce rlnus of ihn fonslilininn
lion No fact c 1 Industry Is more hvlnuitlirn
I hr that nioriTii luilness nuns u ilKrownand
and nhollv dleivginU Stall llne < iind thaiih
ih juriillrliops uf iI ii gin nut its I a ppl led
to th nporations of a great inteixtute bunlii
le s < are fund and tven harmliil A closeMudy
study of Ilno niothodi of oreanlzatlon onrfoperation
operation of tIe grouter IrdiVtrlal rorporations
rations heir rein ion to I ran usJ r I at Ion 01puni
PUIIIPS boll rail and nater llifir nuihods ofcuuiptuimion
cunipciiiion tlio extension tt thilr llll > 11pthrolghoJt fthroughout
throughout many tutos and the sale o theiieiiiinwlli
eiiiinwlli throiinbout the world proveilidt
ilidt lucy have uctuallv zone beyond Ihpo
pon lblllty of roppr supervision or controlhv
hv the clnxlf State hlih envo them cotrnrai
pnrat rsfstenco Their relation to SheI
I I a nsprtfl inn romparl alone 10 a ufflrientrnfuon
ron lot hrlncinc Mieni tindor Ffdrrnl r ° julunon
lunonl
I > b illf to laini IIU the railroad art
v holly it fault for rebnim dltcrlinlnatlotinnd
nnd fitlnrdovlee for niTordi rig to one shipperiMtTofrHflvaniiijpovr
iMtTofrHflvaniiijpovr rn eonipeiiior II Icto
iipiKilltf to prevunt iiih abn fs bv purely
p minI lilttlon niP unpositionnf Anallyuri
Ilf1 I iumbiuatifiii simply drive tfe rjierIn
In ilin combination to ih formation of antn
tn her Iice for acPonipllAlilne the same putt
l isi mind this for tho rnnson that tembinatlorI
ic n n Industrial necessity ansi hence will bein
enKHViil in dppile penal leifNlHiInnIv
Iv i he exeirf < e o tho aftlrnatlvi poweicrnnied
crnnied unilei the commerce ilaiie fonttrpfin
in vnh tafity provide H rstt lurid bv vhlifinforiiblo
nforiiblo cii mbl inn t In mu may bp ICtllle1
Tnln i in he Iompllhpil either by a licenm eIn
In tuinfe in iih eommercp or by I charterKmntPd
gin ntil by thr Federal < ioerninent Vnderpiilipr
i her form onurrSA uhoiild provide all rnitiri
qllrlnpnlA iieressary It Insure publlpityiiiul
iiiul honesty in promotion orcrnnizntlonripltAIIRilim
ripltAIIRilim and conduct of the eorporaiion
iion rprvlns to the Uoverninpnt the rightnf
nf Injifotfon of the books 01 Rii1 1 corporationnnd
nnd the Inrthcr riclit tho moM Important ofnil
nil t stop the operations of such corporationIf
If it becomes a violator of the Federal stntutcsat
at all tnips preservlni to thc cnrporptlfin nndjti
jti stuiK holder she risht I iimioinl appealiLcnini
nijthoriyThf iLcnini the Improper exeriioe of eieciitlvenijthoriy
Thf imwpr of fonerefs tn regulate interslum
slum pcimnierpn belm plenary that bodymiv
miv determine lr whnt cxi cut It will frs
v rrl e Its pnvir The trniinortatlon com
pBtli nm t lnrl hnulil tunis V Ii fun theternift
tennis n stub a mencuip and wit Ii I hemS
erl
S hou Ii lie lull el Ihp cionter coirTatiorensartril
nsartril in I he prodtmrt foci mantnapturnnnd I
nl0IIrilutol of thon1 slnplos which Bffect
I hi I iso ir i ho ptople of this country and thelaonopiillrntin
laonopiillrntin of which will n eArl reul
pimhi In hArdhl end inln tre to th Indlinliml
inliml N IPI I faw Is nt an Invasion of Inili
dh idiul librrv nr righ Is not nn effort tohnM
hnM tin tinvrntnent do thnt which the indlvMual
virtual rnuM htt do and iroiild not in itsstTrct
cITrct di trnv Individual enterprise nor thepo
1rt lilltv ot individual SIITP It wouldtllrrt
in tllrrt rCillfTI criuulitv i > 1 opportunity not equalityin
Yrii nrmi0 stvs 111111Ile4
lies In the Part and the Four Mldoiig ofIll
Ill Tribe ncjoleeTiieip
Tiieip iF a new mol Cap buffalo in thel
I itril Park menagerie He is i youngsiant
giant and was recently captured < m thokiUll Ihit
kiUll of South Africa He arrived hem ini
a balrlost condition and shivered in therold
rold wind that blew across the park yesDie
tPrraTh
Die four females that were born in thenonagorle
menagerie had on their heavy winter coatsmd
md lay out in the open chewing cuds Injrenl
jrenl contentment The hairless onenigged
nigged the side of the building where thenm
tuin1uino He wasnt uedto
nm was strongest u
to such chilly weather in his South Africanlome Ihml
and his have to i111m
tome 1111 keeper may wrapdm
dm up In blankets this winter M he wontet
gel a coat of hi < own for several monthsThe
The newcomer is two years old and promses
if1 to lx a mighty big fellow when he isully
ully grown He is said to weigh aboutIW
IW pounds now His arrival wan hailedy
lW the four widows in tho enclosure withis
ns much plea uro III in tho coming of theinly
only man It a summer resort The widowsvero I
Nero the descendants of the pair of CapemfTuliHs
mfTuliHs that dun Sherman found on ailiintation
iliintation In the South during the civilstir
war and presented to this city The onlynnlo
nnlo in the family died four years agoSAFE
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They Defy Fire and BurglarTHE ITilE
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TilE KINSEY RAINIER 4 THOMSON COsae
sae Agents 393 BroadwayItetneen
Itetneen Whllr And Wulker Street
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lie Hellrril end lit Itooillitiry Uptnlne
tnlne < lMs > or linn Had liul Our TillNlnre
Nlnre Klccllon Itll > With MurphHio
Hio Charter given tine Mayor ulwolutcpower
power of removal over ovory Commitcloner
cloner find head of a city dopnrtmont excopt
ePt itiombcrs of tho Uoird of Educationwho
who ervn without salary for a term olflvo
fIve yearn mpml > orfl of tho Aqueduct Commission
mission a blpartisan boned and thu momIxjrs
hers of tbs now Water Supply CommliulonTho Ifhe
Tho latter cannot be removed during goodIwhavlor Ihehalor
Iwhavlor CommUrlonprs who ate not invilod I
vilod to remain in omen after January 1 willIt I
It announced yesterday bo expected toresign Iresign
resign on that day If they do not thoywill Iwl1llI
will be removedAmong I
Among tho officials mibjcot to removalliy
liy the Mayor areCity I
City Chamberlain Patrick K i > nnn salary I I
l3ooo a yearCoipnrntlou
Coipnrntlou Counsel John 1 Deluny Balarv
STY IISODIIonuiil
lonl1uIH lnnrs of Accounts John C llortlnand I
anti W II lllark salary H0Civil
Civil Kcrvlon CnmmlMlnncr W F llHkorprovident
provident tdOOO H Ross Appleton and AlfrotlJ
J Tallcy ComniMIonprs JitiooCominleclfinor
Cominleclfinor of Street CWnlne JohnMollaw
MoUse Woodhnry snlnry I7uuiTax
Tax foniinlaslonpra Frank A OPonnelPifSlIrnt
PifSlIrnt J8WX Jaws ft Hniick lohn 1Ilrncly
Ilrncly ldwnrd Todd Snniiu1 stni oiiwrKrnnU
KrnnU Havinnnd and Nlrliolns Mullrr KOiioTincmcnt
I Tincmcnt HOIIM toniml loner KdniondJ
J Buttleriknitlu 7500llcnlth
llcnlth Commissioner IV Thomas Diitllngton
ton I7iioCommlsdonfr I
Commlsdonfr of Correction FrancIs to Lantry I
try JTiiOHrlclze
Hrlclze Commissioner Cioorsa E Itst7oo
7ooIollee
Iollee Commissioner William A MeAdoo7SOH
7SOHTark
Park Department SamuM Pari > on Jrpresident
president temporary appointment to flll nvacant
vacant M J Kennedy II 0 SchiRilcr midJohn I I
John J Hrady Commissioners 13100 onrhCommissioner ICommlIIJnCr
Commissioner of Charltlos James II Tully7JOO If7
7JOOPor
nol tormilfsloner Maurice Kentherion7v I I
7v oominlidnner
COllllnl loner of Water Supply On andKlietrlelty IElfltrlrll
Klietrlelty John T Inkier I7VMCoinmiJlonpr
CoinmiJlonpr of Ilren T I C Kenningono I
15000Masor I
Masor Mnr hal owl Chuf of the LicenseIluicaii
Iluicaii J P Cnrrlgan SZ 5iiMr IIr
Mr Keenanw friends uro anxious thathe ihe
he should ho reappoinUtd City Chamborlain ilain
lain Others say that Mr Keenan hasenjoyed ItuJojod I
enjoyed many honor nt tho hands of hisorganization
organization and that he fhotild give placeto
to a younger manCorporation
Corporation Counel Ufliny fe to boreappointed
reappointedTax
Tax Commissioner Raymond iinKo to boreappointed
reappointed while Mr Strnebourper is tobo
be turned adriftDr
Dr Woodbiiry It was announced jBsterday
day is to be retained us Street CleaningCommlivloiior
Commlivloiior The indications worw thatMr
Mr host Mr MeAdoo and Mr Oakley areto
to lx retired John II OBrieu the Mayorssecretary IflIllIn
secretary if to Im Five Commissioner inplnei iph1tt
plnei < orT Hayes elected SheriffIn
In addition to tho Comnunjioners andheads
heads of city departments Mayor MrCIrlIan
Ian lint the appointment of a private iecretary
bury to succeed Mr OBrien and of a Boa rctof
of Assessors thruo inomlwrs nt MiXKj ayear
year subject to removal the Appointmentof
of city marshals inspectors and ulers ofweights
weights and meafiiire memlwrp of theArt
i Art Commission and tnistees of Bellovxioand
and Allied Hospitals The three last nniu > dplaces
I places RIO for fixed terms There is nit aI
Board of Examining Plumbers tho nifinbers
I her of which r cP ivo 10 pr diy for 1Chtlllr
day of ervicoMayor
Mayor MetMian and Chailes F Murphyhavo
havo had but one conversation Mntn olecImporters
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JohT kersey COImporters
ImportersPrr3ent I jPresent
Present very attrarthpmonM
personal seltcilons olOriental
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Oriental RugsKn I
In
KnEmbroidered
I Embroidered Table CoversMill iILh
Mill their eicluslveCushions
CushionsPersian
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I Persian Italian and Turkishf
f JVcIally npprerl blHoliday
Holiday Gifts28th II
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i 28th Street and Fifth Avenue II
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C D E T MOLDi iAve
349 Fifth Ave Opposlts WaldorfJ1
IF
J1 you huotFbh I
K Golfor arc intcrvntcdin
IIn
in any outdoor sports IIw1ol1tctilIl I
sclrct otis al our new idoivwill I
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will appeal to youtlon Ilion I
lion day At thin talk it wan wild yoMorday
day Mayor McClelUn recalled that > nrtof Ii
i of liU H eec i nn lho night ho wan lenominated
inated wher > n ho announced In he Democratio
I era t Ia city convention Membornhlp inthis
this administration will not of Itself entitlnany
any inun to ret cut hon in Hie next admlnifitratlon
1 ifitratlon Miould I Im reolectfd If I Iwliovethat
that tine interestt of the city will lx betterhvrvod
hvrvod by a chanRo at the head of nny ileIKirtment Illilrlntent
IKirtment that chango will Im made andno
no amount of clamor from either withoutor
or within tho party will make mo follow adifleront
difleront course If on tine other handI
I believe that the retention of any headof
of department will lied servo the publicintoroat
intoroat that official will 1iJ retained andno I
no amount nf clamor from either without I
or within the party will force me to lemuvo
moo himMayor
Mayor McClelliin in u itatement isiuedat
at midnight on election day wkl furtherThe
The remit of the election howl mo inoroplainly
I
plainly than ever my duty to tlm peopleWith
With Jods help I shall dUcharKe It to thubest
best of my ability I hall keep everypromise
promise mnde before my electionVhlln
Vhlln the niectinc Ixtween Mavor Mctlellan
Inn and Mr Murphy was a friendly one MrMurphy
lllIrrhr
Murphy learned it was said lat night iIhat
that the Mayor intended to live up to hiseumuvemition
convention night speech and his electionnight InlRht
night utterances iI
I Mr Murphy it was Miid last night willendeavor Inclaor
endeavor to save Mr Oakleys head Thoindicationi
I ticlicat ions wore that ho would not lie smtciii I
Coflli
Friends in the organization of oth MiiyorMrClcllan I
MrClcllan and Mr Murphy have no heitinnnty
toncy In saying that Mr Murphy reliedtoo
too much for suggestions and counsel uponJ I
J Sergeant Cram and Supreme curt Juts
tire James A Oiorman et ecially a totho I
tho makeup of the county ticket Thewi
wi > < n men in Tammany urged tbs nomination
tion of Jerome for Oitriet Attorney notthat I
that they cared a button for Mr Jeromeas
as Jerome but hoeattu thev Mioved thathe
he would add strength to flits ticket MrMurphy
Murphy it is stated was induced by MrCram
Cram and Justice Ofiorman to refine tonominatn
nominatn Mr Jerome evin though twoyears
years before hI had etablKhed t ito precedent
edent for Mich a COIITNI by nom fatlll i I
Mr < irouf for Comptroller and Mr Fortiesfor
for Irpxldpnt ff the Board of Aldeimcuboth iboth
both of whom ld I een nts nil ne red on theoriginal
original Scth I Jerome fiiiun ticketllnlil
llnlil h Inspector > uIIPolieu >
Police Inl or Nally midi a raid onthe
the Raines law hotel of Huron Broat
at 401 Urociflvny Villin m burg rnriyyeterdiiy
yet eruimy nviimg Theie nntv a hauntt
thirty men m 1 svr u m tens horn Tii nmuipnanti
and two men were urnt1I
I
I SPEEDING HUMMELS TRIALri
11 iros tviIlHTm 1II1IIm EIITI1 XIhIrI1
IlHTm TO TKSTIIY TOltYAmi
Ami lrs Mornc mil lie on llnntl JtirorJenloiiniytiatchra
Jenloiiniytiatchra mid Tlielr ttt r OfMclall
Mclall Impbfliil Credlt for time flooiTime
Time Made liten to JnMlce UOKCMThe
The proieuution should close its caKiagain
I again Abi Hummel today Tho cUmaiof
of tho tiiid will bo reached when CaptIiiiuos
Iiiiuos T Morse who says ho paid Hummeover
over 177010 after having asked him toinvesligule
invesligule the Dodgo divorce has testifiedand
and Clmrlcri V Dodge has heon examinedIt
It Is yet n question whether or not MrsCharles
1 Charles W Morse will ho called If theJlstriot
I District Attorney decides that her tostlmony
mony Is neeessary rue will She IH ready
to testify and today she will bo clone tctbo
thin court roomIt
It in ox peeled that both Capt Moraand
and Dodge will bo put through a searchingcroHexamfrintlon
croHexamfrintlon by Hummelti LiwyergDo
Do Lancey Klooll and John B HtnnchfieldCapt
I Capt Morse is exiKxtod to bet the montInteresting
Interesting wltnesH Ho will tell In detaltho
thin conversations he had with Hummelfrom
I from the time of hU first visit to Hurameltofllce
I
ofllce and the subsequent talks over thelong
long distance telephone between hero andBarton
Barton lie will toll of tho money ho paidto
to Nathaniel Cohen of HummdH ofllcennd
amid of bin understanding that It was goingto
I to HummelOf
Of course he will be asked his reasonsfor
for seeking out Hummel and retaininghim
him to go ahead and break up anothermans
mans marriage on Hummels report thattho
the Dodge divorce was fraudulent Thodefence
defence will undoubtedly want to know IfCharles
Charles V Morse didnt know Bomethlnirabout
about his uncles plans Capt Morse willalso
also probably be asked If ho put up his ownnny
olseVNo
nny or somebody
No stricter watch was ever kept on a jurythan
than Is being kept on the one that is tryingHummel
Hummel Last night made their fourthnight
night under guard nt the Broadway CentralHotel
Hotel Some of them dont seem to mindbutt
but three or four object to tho confinement
uncut They are in charge of Capt Lynchand
and five court officer and DetectfveH Reardon
don and Clner of the District Attorneysoflice
ofliceYesterday
Yesterday afternoon the jurors weretaken
taken for a drive through Central ParkThey
They had three carriages In the eveningthey
they went for a walk all the time underguard
guard of course Several of tho jurorshad
had membeis of their families call Thewife
wife of Juror Neil Jn came with their babyThe
The jurors nrC riot allowed to talk to nnoutsider
outsider except in the presence of a courtofficer
officer The cannot send letters not firstinspected
inspected When a Juror talks with nnyone
one on the telephone nemiiht give tho nameof
of the penon called and an officer stands byand
and lltenf to nt least ono end of tho conversation
versation All the mall received by thejurors
jurors is first eTuminod by the Judge or onoof
of his clerk Of course all the content ofti
ti letter III not read hut enough is lookedover
over to convince tho authorities that therei
h nothing tho juror shouldnt seeTbe
Tbe court orcers guarding the jurorsare
I are under a severe strain All of thornare
are on duty all the time getting occasionalnana
nana On Saturday night Officer Wallacecollapsed
collapsed and another officer was sworn Inyesterday
yesterday to take his placeIt
It looks im if the trial might be overbffoie
bffoie the end of the week Those whohave
have watchfd it give the credit for thisspeed
I speed to Justice Wnton H Rogers ofWatertown
I Watertown who is sitting here for thefirl
I fir time
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