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I P 1 IfRE ar0
r0 fHE F v SATURDAY NOVEMBfeft 3 19O8 I
jiBack Into the Smoke Cnmntanilrfl MrsPrinn
t I Prinn Iriint Her Perth on HIP FireEienpcUIck
1 EienpcUIck Sa eil Twice WommilUppy
lUppy Though All IJtr tie lAst to Heri
i Its a ten to one shot that Mrs Berthaf
f Prinn la the happiest woman in the cityi
i today even If her apartments were completely
ft pletely burned out yesterday and she didntf
f have a cents worth of lief effects coveredby
by insurance Dicky and Jack were savedt
ffrom what seemed certain death whenj
j flames and smoke filled the rooms and onlyfor
for a braVe fireman who plunged Into thoW
W apartment Mm Prinns pets would haveperished
Dicky tt a yellow canary Jack Is a SkyeI
I terrier Neither knew what to do when8tto
8tto cry Firel rang out through the sixf
f atory double tenement at SB Watta streetyesterday
yesterday and panic stricken women andL
L children ran helter skelter to get to safetyjDloky
f J > Icky wu at a disadvantage because hea
a brae locked in his brass cage In the kitcheni
i IftBd Jack while he could have reached there
I pre escape decided to stick by his comf
f anlon and go to death with himMrs
Mrs Catherine Williams the janltressj
> j itftooovered flames shooting from a coall
l > ln In the cellar and she promptly gavetibe
tibe alarm The fire spread rapidly throughkn
kn alnhaft and burst out on every floorTore
Tore the tenants could get to the streetere
rbere was no escape by going down thetalrll
italn so the families on the lower floorsrushed
rushed to the fire escapee while those infee
fee upper part of the house made for theM
M orWhrn
S When Engine SO and Truck 8 arrived onte
I te eoene the escapes on the three lowerloors
core wereJammed with people Fifty footadders
adders were raised and the firemen carriedJM
JM women and children to safetyMrs
t Mrs Prlnn stood on the escape on theJ
J tltblrd floor end although screaming hvsSave
1erlca1ly reCU8ed to be gaved8ave
Save Dicky and Jack she wailedI
I Wou wont take mo down until my darlingsI
t Bra with meFireman
Fireman Reilly of Engine SO with visionsjpf
jpf a medal and promotion cried outTWhere
Where are they
3 OlIn the kitchen the last I saw of themt
t pried the womanBelllr
Belllr darted through the window ando
1J 0pec1 through the moke filled kitchene
Je reappeared at the window a few eoeondsjjter
jjter to report to tho distracted Mrs Prinnlat
Viat he couldnt find the childrenBut
But theyre in the kitchen Insistedt
t Urn Prinnr
r Where asked the firemani
i Dlcky8 In his CORO at the far corner ofHell
I 1 the room and Jack III under the sofaj
j Hell exclaimed Hcilly as the truthf
f dawned upon himftt
ftt Then he started to climb through thewindow
window but the hysterical Mrs Prinnbarred
1 barred his wayS
S > Dont you dare come out of that roomKT
KT until you rescue my darlings she comSi
Si roanded you horrid cruel fireman Ireally
really believe you would let them dieof
of Something In the womans eye toldif
if Reilly that he had better make good evenKt
Kt It visions of medals and promotion laded
Pile went back and returned with Dicky3w
3w and Jack The terrier was overcome byMrs
the smoke but while there WIUI life thereWas
I Was hope Reilly yelled to the firemenbelow
below to IItand by to catch Jack and whUetii
tii Mrs Prinn closed her eyes the dog wasr
thrown into the air He landed safely
In a flremaos arms and later was revivedThen
Then eAme Dickys turn to dscend Intopaoo
paoo Reilly mAde a poor throw and thea
if cage went high over the head of the fire
1 man below and struck the IIldewalk witha
a crash The bottom fell out and Dickysuddenly
I > suddenly revived took it on the fly Heif
if allghtea on the window sill of a house onthe
c 0 the opposite side of the street Mrs Prinnt
t t seeing that Dicky 1188 at least saved fromtiideatl1
tiideatl1 although at large then con entedto
t to be rescued and Reilly helped her downthe
J the ladderTbe
i The bird was captured by a neighboriand
i iand restored to Mrs Prlnn along withJack
f JackIve lost my home and didnt have ai
i pennys worth insured she said thutIm
Im the happiest woman alive toLay If
f bave my Jack and Dickygfl
be fire did 5000 damage
t gfl
jWltnes Testifies That the Justice Corr
Sft meted the Jrooffit
it The bearing on the petition for the reo1r
1r jrt d JuBtlo Joseph M Deuel was coned i
ed yesterday before Judge M L Stoverbli
M bli cffloe at 60 Wall street Charles SWayne
Wayne formerly managing editor of Tovnir
t fJlu testified that he had been connectedi
i i ftrtth the publication la 1830 and from 1890o
ik o July 1905JV
JV Wayne was not sun in which year heIbit
Ibit uw Dettel In the offloe of the paperm
> m said it was either In 1889 or 1800 Hemu
mrs then Introduced to Deuel by EugeneJp
Jp MannIn
In hU later connection with Town TopittHfled
jStfled Wayne be was accustomed to giveJustice
j t Jihe Justice the proofs of the issue to readof
f of r before publication fount came toJha
r Jha office ot the paper every few days andI
I iJ r g11lul7 00 Tuesday the day for going toSometlmOllbe
Sometimes read the proofs In thesometimes I
sometimes he took them home tot
t iread them He always read the gall yae
a before they went on to Cot Mann tbeir
ir In chief Wayne was puzzled tohow
4 e he could teU that the marks on thei
i ofs when It returned from the Justicefjw
fjw r e made by the Justice Justice Deuelregularly
ntb aa1d regularly put question marbJ
4 posite the passages that be thought obJsoUonablo
V Mr Deuel the witness testified did Dote
ikaye a prlrate desk la the Town JYpfcfeiiloe
feiiloe when working there be used ColBe
y anne roomlie
Be wrote certain articles according toke
be witness l who picked out certain passageswritten
Ia issues In March April and rune 1006Written
written by DeueLHis
His usual service seemed to be to watchthe
the lioellous matter In bra capacity aslawyer
1lAwyer and take care that the paper didBQt
11 BQt get Into hot water Wayne as managtog
tog editor told of consulting tbe Justicea
or all to whether certain passagM were toodangerous
dangerous to print Deuel did not giveformalorder
formal orders that such things were to goIn
il In and such were not but the wltnerntestified
I testified he was consulted in such mattersand
and his advice invariably obeyed becausei
i be ww the only lawyer In the oBlceWhen
When the preparation of Fads andFancies
Fancies grew active Douel accordingto
to Wayne came more frequently to theoffice
l office in order to attend the conferencesIn
In Col Manns roomA
A copy of Town Topics for July 13 1005being
being shown to Wayne he Identified apassage Ipa
passage denying the connection of thepaper
paper with Howe then much talked of Inthe I
the papers an having been dictated by
I Mr Deuel The Justice ho said hadlistened II
listened to the reading over the telephoneof
of the piece originally written Thinking
hat it wax not strong enough he had thenover
over the wire made many change anddictated
dictated a now Closing paragraphJohn
John II Iselln attorney for tho petitlonera
s tlonera commenced the Introduction ofa
4 a pile of back numbers of Toirn Topicsas
as evidence Each number was ulentillodby
by the witnnui with the poHrta es Miibmltted Imltted
mltted fnmi It nnd read In nilcnrn It jr tiltCoun
F Court and the counsel Martin W Mitlnton
ton counsel for fie deferdnnl inndn astubborn
stubborn light to havn the Iwurl miinlirkept
kept out of thn evidence IIn Hutniittrdthat
that they did nut imiillcoto tho defendantand
and that they could not bo tad onoutrhto
to form A cause for tho Jiistlcon removalHe
He was overruled at every jolniTho
Tho oul mlttmu of the copl of TounTopte
Topic hail to Iw ixwlnoned Tho haring
Is to he rcMumwi on Friday November Datl
1 atl oclock 4
I NEW noonsContinutd
Continued from Seventh PageNew
New McClure Phillips and CompanyHere
Here he takes hit readers through Europemuch
much as Mark Twain did in the InnocentsHo
Ho Is often genuinely funny and an in thocase
case of that classic is funniest when he Istolling
telling the actual truth as seen throughmatter
matter of fact American spectaclesIt
It took three funny men and an artistto
to concoct a very small book MothersGeese
Geese by George Barr Baker GeorgoC
C Chappell and Oliver Herford Dodd Meadand
and Company The best part is Mr T OWhites
Whites pictures Mr Chappell contributesmost
most of the jingles and is very weak thefew
few rhymes by Mr Baker have a pointand
and are fairly good Mr Herforda willnot
not add to his reputationFor
For the Very YoangThe
The art of making good nursery rhymesIs
Is by no means so simple as those who turnthem
them out seem to think Infant criticsare
are the severest of all and demand besidesrhythmical
rhythmical jingle some idea of their ownview
view of life in the verses This Is well understood
stood by Mrs Laura E Richards In ThePiccolo
Piccolo Dana EsteR and Company Boston
ton They are capital nonsense versesmeant
meant for children and only occasionallyaddressed
addressed to their elders who may findthem
them at times reminiscent of other authorsChildren
Children will not mind that howeverThe
The pictures by Josephine Bruce are unpretentious
pretentious and catch the right spiritAfter
After leading small children throughvarious
various regions of outdoor life Mr RobertW
W Chambers this year takes them intoMountainLand
MountainLand Appletons There theymeet
meet with surprising adventures and converse Ivel110
Terse with many queer creatures particularly
larly butterflies The author never risesabove
above youthful comprehension and impartshla
his Information skilfully Mr Stones pioturea
turea are good and Mr Richardsons coloredillustrations
illustrations prettyAn
An entertaining series of pictures of thequaint
quaint animals that may be made out ofvegetables
vegetables and flowers and other thingsby
by very simple means Is offered in LadyHollyhock
Hollyhock and Her Friends by MargaretCoulson
Coulson Walker The Baker d Taylor Company
pany The possibilities of potatoes peanuts
nuts lemons handkerchiefs apples andso
so on as well as the charms of gingerbreadand
and cookies are demonstrated and the textexplains
explains adequately the processes of manufacture Ifacture
Once more is the international classotragedy
tragedy sung in The Punch and Judy BookDuffleld i
Duffield I Company The poet this timeis
is Mrs Helen Hay Whitney whose verseis
is melodious but who unfortunately hasno
no respect for tradition The murderousexploits
exploits of Mr Punchs club are omittedas
as well as the deserved punishment for hismisdeeds
misdeeds Perhaps it is necessary to keepthe
the devil out of the modern nursery butthe
the Punch and Judy show without himbecomes
becomes very tameThe
The verses in Candle Light by GeorgiaRoberts
Roberts Durston The Saolfleld PubllblngCompany j
Company are simple and melodious andsuch
such as a child may easily understandOccasionally
Occasionally they are too didactic andsometimes
sometimes too long poems for small children
dren more than three stanzas long aregenerally
generally tiresome but nearly all will bewelcome
welcome In the nursery The illustrationsby
b Kate Greenland are good and appropriate
Mr E Warde BlaisdeUa familiar coa
tures of beasts have been gathered ito aobln
small oblong volume called Animal SerialsT
CT Y Crowell and Company While thepictures
pictures may attract the young the storiesthey
they tell and the letter press can only beappreciated
appreciated by their elders That is truealso
also of the clever drawings I Is the sortof
of book a selfish father will want to give tobis
h boyThe gve
The adventures of The Roosevelt Beanhave
have been told at great length by Mr Seymour
Eaton Edward Stern and
mour Eon wa Ster ad CompanyPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Theerl smotb and engleaveu
adventures a amusing they lose muchhowever
however by being collected together Thedrawing
drawing of the pictures la good but theyare
are deficient in real humor
ven we mustcrave
crave more solid Intellectual food than th
extremely mild tale b Gertrude Smithcalled
called T Beautiful Story of Doris andJulie
Julie Harpers I is harmless nevertheless
thebes and written in short and simplewords
The modern child may b familiar withslang
slang and the nether aide of life a MrJames
James Ball Naylor appears to assume inWitch
Witch Crow and Barney Bylow TheSaalfleld
Saalfleld Publishing Company The language
guage he employs and the adventureshe
he describes though they may be realisticare
a such as old fashioned people preferto
to keep children in ignorance of MrNaylor
Naylor seems to to around the edge ofprofanity
profanity in some of his expletivesOther
Other BookAt
At the very start of Mr W D Howellsswanderings I
wanderings I Certain Delightful EnglishTowns
Towns Harpers the reader knows thatbe
rer rer
be I going to have a pleasant time with agood Igo
good humored guide Mr Howellss digestion
tion is all right be enjoys his victuals Hemakes
makes that plain on page 4 and would havedone I
done I sooner had he not been obliged todescribe
describe how he got his baggage to hishotel
hotel much more cheaply than he couldhave
have I America and to draw a pen pictureof
of tbe young women in charge of the hoteloffloe
otc The genlalj comfortable mood iskept
kept up throughout the journey Thereare
are many incidents of travel that mightbe
be thought unimportant If they had nothappened
happened to Mr Howclls many comparisons
sons with things American many char
lag descriptions and personal impressionsand
and now and then a dip into the guide bookThe
The chief value of the book Is that MrHowells
Howells stayed over at places well worthseeing
seeing but which to most travellers meansimply
simply a rush from the docks to tbe railway
way station He chats about Plymouthand
and Southampton and finds much thatis
is of interest In both he stops at Exeterand
and Bristol and Bath and Folkestone andbe
be goes to more visited places Oxfordand
and Chester and Canterbury and Shrewsbury
bury He travels in leisurely fashion withgreat
great appreciation of all he seen whichhe
he make his reader feel ntt wellThe <
The pretty little volumes of the Thumbnail
nail series published by the CenturyCompany
Company with their splendid print andhandsomo
handsome stamped leather coven makeadmirable
admirable holiday gift The books issuedthis
this season are The Proverb of Solomonwith
with Dr Lyman Abbotts essay Dr EdwardEvcrettllalonTho
EvcrettllalonTho Man Without
EvertlaleThoMan a Countrywih
with the later prefaco and a good portraitand
and Emersons Friendship and Characterto
to which is prefixed tho essay on Emersonby
by Emma Lazarus I Is illustrated with apioturn
picture of the bunt by FrenchIn
I In HO far HM an attempt is made to tell theKtoritH
KtoritH of ftc iirtUtM liven and as many oftho
tho llliintratlonH represent notable masterpieCes
pieCes Young PcorlaM Story of Art byI
I Ida Irnnlica Whltoomb Dodd Mead IndI
Company may be commcncc The tononr
I are not told in an interesting manner howover
over the author finds it necessary to talkdown
down to her reader and the effort to coverthn
I the wholo flnlil tn diffuse language rendersthe
the book of little valqe A child may be
come acquainted through it with somegreat
great buildings statues and pointPIS andwith
with some names I can obtain from I
however no glimmering of what Is meantby
by art It is to be regretted that throughsomebodys
somebodys blunder the Venus de Mediciand
and the Venus of Milo have got mixedThe
The volume of Historic Buildings ofAmerica
America put together by Miss EstherSingleton
Singleton Dodd Mead and Company consUta
sUta of picture of a somewhat miscellaneous
laneous assortment of edifices each occompdnled
compdnled by a description by some writerof
of more or less note The book would havebeen
been much improved by a more carefularrangement
arrangement and by several exclusionsand
and inclusionsWhat
What the practical value of The Complete
plete Beauty Book by Elizabeth AnstrutherAppletons
Appletons may be we are not comptentto
I to say It gives directions about manymysteries
mysteries of the toilet to which man is aItrKr
stranger and abut peculiarities of mind andbody
body that he had better not know aboutThere
There are pictures of attractive
To a pictur atractive youngwomen
women doing all sorts of strange thingsWe
We turn our eyes away from the portraitof
of a lady snoring on account of incorrectposition
position and regard with doubt the viewof
of the use of the broom in exercisingIt
I seems more like a weapon of offencethan
than an Instrument of cleanliness Nodoubt
doubt much of the advice will be foundhelpful
helpful i It is followed One precept wecommend
commend Dont b helpless in a sillysloppy
sloppy way though ire cannot a howthose
those who are so constituted can actotherwise
Before long there will be a whole literatureI
I about the Jerry McAuiey Mission Thebiogphy
I biography of 8 H Hadley of Water Streetby
by the Rev Dr J Wilbur Chapman appearsin
in a new edition Fleming H Revell Company
puny The story of thf mission conductedby
by Mr Hadley is a strange chapter in thehistory
history of New York city This book isa
a eulogy in which stress is laid on individualcases
cases of regeneration and the life historiesand
and portraits of converts are shown withsingular
singular franknessThe
The German national game of cardshas
b been imported to this country andaccording
according to Mr R F Foster is becomingvery
very popular Accordingly be providesFosters
Fosters Shot Manual McClure Phillipsand
and Company containing all the rulesand
and directions for the game in the clearform I
form that marks all Mr Fosters books oncards
cards This volume is intended chiefly forAmericans
Americans we fancy for the cards usedare
are the usual packs At the end howeverwe
we find an indication of the quaint varietiesof
of cards that used in
car tt are GermanyTwo
Two more volumes VIII and IX of theexhaustive
exhaustive now edition of The Writingsof
of Benjamin Franklin edited by AlbertHenry
Henry Smyth are issued by the Macmlllan
lan Company and this admirable undertaking
taking approaches completion The lettersand
and papers of Franklin contained in themrange
range from January > 1780 to the end of 1788the
the period of the peace negotiations and ofthe
th formation of the ConstitutionThe
The Problem of the PoorA
A curious scheme for the disposition ofthe
the unemployed and the criminal classesis
is exploited ingeniously in Guy Thomesstory
story Made in His Image It is anEnglish
English story evidently based upon theagitation
agitation over the wretched condition ofthe
the poor in London during tho lost winterThe
The period is projected indefinitely intotbe
tbe future when a Minister of IndustrialAffairs
Affairs solves the problem of the poor byfounding
founding a slave colony in a mining districtwhere
where all who are unable or unwilling toobtain
obtain employment all drunkards andoffenders
offenders against tho law are segregatedand
and compelled to labor under martial lawThe
The separated the victims
sexes a strictly votm
titus in this new Siberia are slaves for lifeThe
The Minister is an avowed atheist Thelabor
labor unions support him in his plan whilereligious
religious and pbilantbropical organizationsare
are opposed to himTbe
The book I a confused jumble of so
calm and Christianity with a vein ofromance
romance which takes an unexpected turnand
and diverts rather than deepens the Interest
terest The scheme ultimately fallsthrough
through the mutiny of the slaves led onby
by anarchists and unconsciously aided bythe
the religious society The atheist Ministerbecomes
becomes a Christian and the leader of thereligious
religious faction becomes a martyr to thecause
cause in an unaccountable manner Evidently
dently the plot took the bit and ran awaywith
with the writer In the final cnfu810n T JObook
book 1 published by George N JacobsSome
Some New FictionIn
I venturing into a new field as he doe
in Doubloons McClure Phillips andCompany
Company In company with Mr ArnoldBennett
Bennett Mr Eden Phlllpotts is distinctlysuccessful
successful It is an exciting well plannedand
and well carried out story of crime anddetection
detection I may be regretted that MrPhlllpotts
Phlllpotts should turn aside from the plct jures
urea of country lifo ho does 8 well and itmay
may be felt that the vivid descriptionsof
of nature he draws here are a little outof
of place or even that good English Is aluxury
luxury in a detective story but as longas
as he chose to writ one he must be congratulatedon
gratulated on writing a good one Notthat
that the book has not its faults The a
toM of the heroine are not wholly rationaland
and the clumsy device of making the villaintell
tell his whole story is used though thereader
reader knows nearly all he has to say Itshould
should be added that that story Is toldIn
In a very entertaining way The chieffault
fault however is tho continuation of thetale
tale with the chase across the Atlanticafter
after the problem has been solved ThisIs
Is Inartistic though it gives Mr Phlllpottsan
an opportunity for brilliant descriptionsof
of West Indian scenery The reader willnot
not mind these flaws but will follow breathlessly
lessly to the end There are many to
graphical blemishes in this impressionhlch
which should be remedied in the platesIt
It would ttqjp from The Silent WarLife
Life Publishing Company NewYork as ifon
on indigestion of muck rake literaturewere
were afflicting Mr J A Mitchell This Isa
a pity for the thoroughly good fellow thatis
is jostled about by the various undergroundcreatures
creatures that wreak mischief has life in himand
and deserved to figure in a real story Thesuppression
suppression of plutocrats by assassinationis
is not original with Mr Mitchell the ideahas
has been evolved by several romancersalready
already His story would read muchbetter
better if he did not stop between the murders
dora to expound theories I seems needless
less cruelty to to save one millionairefrom
from the river and after a realistic sceneof
of drunkenness that awakens the readerssympathy
sympathy have him poisoned In a cocktail
tai by the head waiter at his club Solong
must have social however
long OH we mu 80lnl theory ho
ever we must protest against the weakness
nCI of saving a condemned plutocratnlife
life from ro sentimental and personal afeeling
feeling as gratitude His ending upsetnoil
oil Mr Mitchell romance He destroysIthout
without showing what ho wishes to mt upThe
The Nova Scotia const OH wo figure outinspires
inspires the three tales Included in MrHenry
Henry M Hideout Beached KeelHoughton
Houghton Mimin and Company ThereIs
Is much excellent description of natureIn
In thee stories there Is some humor aboveall
all there Is a straining to put romanceintothe
the people tho author has seen Illsstories
stories ore very readable hut the goodand
and the bad are contrasted rather violently
and the psychology rather of the writerthan
than of the simple people he describesApparently
Apparently it Is tbe pathology of childhood
hood that attracts Mrs Annie HamiltonDonnell
Donnell and which she describes In thestories
stories comprised in The Very SmallPerson
Person Harpers l No doubt small children
dren have very wsmltlve spots that olderpeople
people often hurt but those Mrs Donnelldescribes
describes are abnormal little buddies ofnerves
nerves that need t be judiciously su
pressed I part were to try to developin
in their young hopefuls the admirablequalities
qualities held up to admiration I thesetales
tales we might look for a generation ofneurasthenics
The contribution of MrRichard HardingDavis
Davis t the stage li Included In a volumecalled
called Farces Charles Scribners SonsThe
The pieces contained in the book an TheDictator
Dictator The Galloper and Miss Civilization
nation The illustrations are attractiveportraits
portraits of young women who have actedin
in the plays and much less attractive pictures
tures of scenes from the sameA
A new edition of a story by Molly ElliottSeawell
Seawell first published some years agoThe
The Loves of the Arabella
Te Lve La Arbella appearsfrom
from the BobbsMerrill Company Indianapolis
apolis I is decorated with colored 1
lustrations by Clarence F Underwoodwhich
which are original In the liberal use ofchrome
chrome green I is safe to say that whilethe
the drawing Is good they are the ugliestcolored
colored pictures we have seen as illustrations
There is a total absence of morality toBettina
Bettina von Butts short story TheOne
One Way Out Dodd led and CompanyThat
That is the distinctive mark that the authortries
tries toglve to an otherwise rather commonplace
place If pretty love tale The situation ofthe
the man who is accepted at once by threewomen
women he has proposed to is humorousand
and might have been made more of Hisway
way out Is wholly lacking in manners butgood
good manners have no part In the makeupof
of the society people described hereA
A vivid description of life on the plantation
tion in the days before the war and moreespecially
especially of the relations between theblacks
blacks and their masters will be found Intbe
tbe stories contained in Mrs James HDooleys
Dooleys Dem Good Ole Times Doubleday
day Page and Company For local colorthey
they arc told by darkies and thereforetold
told in negro dialect We rather regretthis
this though to be sure they would otherwiselone
lone a good deal of humor The coloredillustrationsare
illustrationsare good and very InterestingIt
I is a pretty foolish sentimental storythat
that C N and A M Williamson have concocted
cote Rosemary in Search of a FatherMcClure
McClure Phillip and Company Ofcourse
course from that partnership we must expect
poet a motor car somewhere I play itspart
part but does not doanate the storyTbe
The mixture of angelic child and MonteCarlobadnO
Carlo badness was unpleasant In Tinkerand
and Is unpleasant here The improperFrench
atene French woman is depicted with feminineacuteness
The sentimental mixture of truth andfiction
fiction that Max MUller published yea
with the title Deutsche Liebe appears inMr
Mr George P Uptons translation In anew
new illustrated edition from A C McClurgand
and Chicago The artists
Company artst areMargaret
Margaret and Helen Maltland ArmstrongTheir
Their pictures are very interesting the
miss the German character but perhaps
mi prhap
on that account fitting Illustrations of a notwholly
wholly sincere bookBook
Book ReceivedCorreipoadcnee
Correipoadcnee ot William Pitt with ColonialGovernor
Governor UacmUlusLord 2 volt Gertrude Selwyn KlmballUacmUlus
HarpersSbaketpeare Lord Randolph Churchill Lord R bD
Shakespeare and the Modem State SidneyLee
Lee Charles Scrlbnera SOl
The Law of Railroad Rate Regulation JosephHenir
Henir Deale Jr and Brute Wjrman William JNacel
Nags Bon
Outlines for the Study of Biblical History andLiterature
Literature Frank Knlcht Sanders Ph D D Dand
and Henry Thatcher Fowler > P D CbarlesScrfbntra
Scrfbntra SonsThe
The Secret of the Old Masters Albert Abendscheln
scheln AppletonsMain
Main Currents In Nineteenth Century Literature
ture I volt Oeorce Brandes MacmlllansElements
Elements of Gas Engine Design Sanford AXJoss
Moss to Van Noslrand Com ayChlpplnre
Cblpplnge Borough Stanley J WejrmanMcClure
McClure Phillips and CompanyTbe
The Positive Outcome of Philosophy JosephDletigen
Dletigen Charles HKerr and ComptnyCblcagoTbe
The Physical Basis ot Mind and Morals M I
Fitch Charles H Kerr and CompanyWhats
Whats S and What Isnt Joan M WorkCbarles
Cbarles H Kerr and CompanySocial
Social and Philosophical Studies Paul Laargue
argue Charles H Kerr and CompanyTalks
Talks on Teaching Literature Arlo BatesHoughton
Houghton UlfOln and CompanyPartner
Pare of Blossom Range Frances CbarlesLittle
Little Brown and CompanyPaul
Paul the Apostle Edward I Hall LittleDrown
Drown and CompanyMy
My Pilgrimage to the Wise Uen of the EastUoncure
Moncure Daniel Conway Houghton Mlfflln andCompany
Report of New Business Methods to the American
can Gas Institute Cantwell Printing CompanyMadison
Madison WIsComrades
Comrades Three WUIIam R A Wilson Appletons
Daughter ot Destiny Schuyler StauntosTbe
The Reilly and Brttton Company ChicagoSaul
Saul of Tarsus Elizabeth Miller The BobbsMcmli
Merrill CompanyThe
The Young Violinist Mal E Ireland TbeSaaineld
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It Includes besides the title story other adventures ofInspector I
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When the case of the United States againstMrs
Mrs Helen Hamilton better known as MmBina
Bins F Verrault of socalled love syndicate
cate fame wan called before United State
Commissioner Shields yesterday two middleaepalont
aged patient looking men pricked up theirears
ears and eyed the door hopefully Theywere
were Detective Sergeants McCarthy andMoDonough
MoDonough of the Central Office witha
a warrant for the woman sworn out byLeo i
L Kiexler before Magistrate Cornell onSeptember
September 10 Weve been looking forher
her ever since and this examination today
IH the first gleam of hope that weve hadthat
that explainedThe well ever get hold of the lady theyexplained
The detective were doomed to disappointment
pointment again however The chargeagainst
plntment charleagainst
against Mm Verrault Is use of the mailswith
with Intent to defraud James S McClellana
a Philadelphia butcher through promisesof
of marriage McClellan was not on handbut
but United States District Attorney FrancisJ
J Carmody was ready to go on with theexamination
examination without him when HughGordon
Gordon Miller attorney for the defendantturned
turned up with the announcement thatshe
she was seriously ill and confined to herO
The Commissioner is not hard heartedbut
but he is understood to b rather tired ofpostponing
postponing the cases against Mm VerraultBut
But as the Governments chief evidencewas
was in the hands of the County DistrictAttorneys
Attorneys office on the grand larcenycharge
charge he consented to a postponementagain
again to November I on which date thewoman
woman must appear and confront McClellan
Ian and Leo Klcplor who has made a secondcharge
charge against her Kfesler who is connected
nected with the Mutual Life InsuranceCompany
Company vows that he will never drop hischarges
charges against the womanAfter
After the examination was s quicklyconcluded
concluded the two detectives sadly butpatiently
patiently gumshoed it toward the dooragain
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The 700 < f pound bell for the tower of themain
main hall of the City College buildingson
on Washington Heights arrived last nightfrom
from the foundry of the Meneely Bell Company
pany at Troy I Is consigned to the companys
panys representative here William RMeneely
Meneely who expects t have it In placenext
next weekIt I
It is the biggest school bell in the world
being seventy inches In diameter and sixty IInchC
inches in height There are three otherbells I
bells in America like it all made
be18 Americ lke al by theme
same company including one on the municipal inlclpl
nicipal court house at Minneapolis Minnwhich I
which chiefly because of the clear atmO
phere of the neighborhood may bo heardat
at a distance of twentythree milesThe
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BRONX zoo miixo OPERATED ONVictoria
Victoria Nyonia Ha Her Iaw Fixed and IsNotv
Notv Dolns NicelyFriends
Friends of Miss Victoria Nyanza the twohorned
horned lady rhinoceros at the Bronx Zoowill
will be pleased to learn that the operationperformed
performed on her last Thursday has beensuccessful
successful and that she is at present restingquietly
quietly in her home the house of the pachyderms
Miss Victoria came to the Zoo a year anda
a half ago Until recently she seemed tohave
have forgotten the J y of the Africanlake
lake from which sb takes her name and tohave
have settled down to the more commonplacecomforts
comforts of The Bronx In the last fewdays
days however Miss Victoria has shownthe
the feverish unrest o an IndependenceLeague
League candidate who has been sidesteppedon
on the ticket or of a person suffering fromtoothache
toothache The keepers at first thoughtit
it was toothache but Victorias fretfulhead
head tosslngs the two horns
hed tOlnp are quit
sharp prevented an accurate diagnosisand
and it wan not until Director Hornadayfearful
fearful of losing the pet of the pachydermhouse
house call In Dr W R Blair the veterinarian
narian of the zoo that Victorias troublewas
was found to bo necrosis of the jawThats
Thats a very serious trouble for a 70
pound rhino I causes abscesses thatwont
wont heal and it was decided that an immo
dlate option was necessaryin
Dr W L Williams professor of surgery
in the State Veterinary College at Cornel
was called in to do the job He saw atonoe
once that Miss Vie had the artistic temperament
ment and would be difficult to handleDr
Dr James T Gwathmey an expert inanaesthetics
anaesthetics was summoned to deal withstood
Miss Vlcns temperament and D Blart
stood by t help in case Dr Williams foundhimself
himself between the horns of a dilemmawhich
which rino is only another name for a two home
rinoA thick mattress won prepared and fivehusky
husky keepers were summoned to act antrained
trained nurses They seemed to thinkthat
that It would be easier for the patient I
she were tied so they got several cable
did the job thoroughly
Dr Gwathmey tned cocaine first Ever
tme he jabbed In the needle tlO tanc
nurse department literally went up in theair
air but after several applications MissVictoria
Victoria lay quiet and Dr Williams startedto
to operate He made one cut but Jut
what happened afterward is not quite clearThe 1
The first stories differ as to just who did get outfirst
firstCocaine it was decided was hardly thething
thing 8 they gave Miss Vio chloroformthree
three ounces and a half of It She lay quietafter
after that and the operation wan finishedLater
Later the keepers became alarmed be
cue Miss Vie slept 8 long and entering
the cage they began t shake her gently
The zoo nearly lost five experienced keepersan
an the result but Director Hornaday wasassured
assured that Miss Victoria had suffered noloss
loss of vigor from the big dose of chloroformHe
He reported lost evening that the 70 poundyoung
young lady was doing nicely and wouldundoubtedly
undoubtedly recover
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