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the Ecst Bide Folio Body et Play fPJi7r f Playwricbt PlaofVrtlibt
r Y wricbt Poet and Zlonlit t I cehiet CGaetery CGaeteryThe lflOtCflTb ry ryTh
The Th East t Side forgot lu other troubles troublesv tIOUb1eat troublesSTen
STen v Ten n the rent strike for a few hours ye yerday 7erelay yea yeaterdT
t relay forenoon while It turned out 24000 24000strong L000etrong OOO OOOItrong
strong to do honor to t the memory of Abra Abraham Abraf Abrahum ¬
f ham Goldfaden playwright poet and andZionist andZonist andZionist
Zionist Persons who mingled in the thecrowd theQlOwd thacrowd
crowd at the funeral of Rabbi Joseph five fiveyears flyey tireyars
years y ra ago declared that the throne of sor sorrowing sorrowing aorrowing ¬
rowing Jews who followed the casket from fromth fromthe fromthe
th the playwright home to tho Peoples PeoplesTheatre PeoploTheatre PeopIesTheatre
Theatre on the Bowery and an < thence across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the WUliamaburg WUllam burg Bridge to Washington WashingtonCemetery WashingtonCmetel7 WashingtonCemetery
Cemetery Brooklyn Was even larger largerthan brgerthAn largerthan
than that at the rabbis funeral which whichheretofore whIchheretofore whichheretofore
heretofore baa Held the record recordWhile roooidWblle recordThI1e
While the police were taken unawares unawaresby unawaresby unawaresby
by the immense crowd during the early earlypart earlypart earlyI
I part of the ceremonies ye yetttenlay terday there thereiv
iv 4 was Ts a no such riot as attended Rabbi Jo 010aeplia JoespHa
1 aepH aeplia funeral and got Inspector InspeotorSchmltt InspeotorSchmlttr Schmltt Schmlttbejrger Schmitterger
bejrger erger r into trouble Inspector Sohmltt Sohmlttbtrger Bohmlttr
r berger waa s lent ni to the scene yesterday yesterdaywhen
when th o word reached Police l Uce Headquarters Headquartersthat
that the police assigned to the line of march marchwer marc b bwere
fl wer were powerless to handle the crowds With Withhim Withblm Withhim
him were Inspector Burfeind the cap captains 0IIptalM captalna ¬
tains and the reserves of all the adjacent adjacentprecinct adjacentpreclDctI adjacentrecInct1
precinct about II sso 3 men m n in all Including Includingmany IncludiDmany includingRnany
many mounted men Chief Inspector Cort Cortright Cortriht Cortright
right went out himself early in the fore forenoon foreoon foregoon ¬
noon to take charge of the police arrange arrangoment arrangementa arrangemeats
meats The rcuult rc ult was order from first firstlo firstto firstto
to last with the crowd held constantly In Incheck Incheck incheck
check checkAB checkAn checkAn
An early as 7 oclock the street in front frontof
i of If the dead poets home in East Eleventh Eleventhutreet Eleventht Eleventhtreet
utreet t was filled with mourners The crowd crowdkept crowdkept crowd3ep
kept increasing until at 10 oclock the thefcour theour thehour
hour our set for the funeral procession to start startthe startdle startthe
the police had bard work clearing a lane lanefor lanefor lanefor
for the hearse Here Cantor Orenstoln of ofth otthe ofthe
th the Wlllett street synagogue g06U8 cnanted a adtrg adirae ftdirge
dirge and d the Hebrew Chorus Union sang sanga
a sons written wrfU n for it by Goklfadeu GoklfadeuBack Goldfadeuack Goldtadenflack
Back ack to Zion ZionIn ZlonIn ZIonIn
In the line of march from the house to tothe tothe tothe
the People Theatre on the Bowery before beforeaad beoreaDd beforeand
aDd following the hearse hOlUM and occupying ocoupyingt04
104 carriages were the Chorus Union or organised orpriiaed organised ¬
ganised by Ooldfeden to help spread the thecause theatUD8 thecuaa
cause of Zionism whoso members song songOoldfodons II1DKJoJdfadenlOngB sangoldfadens
Ooldfodons JoJdfadenlOngB songs on the way to the theatre theatrethe theatref theatrethe
the Hebrew Actors Union the Hebrew HebrewVariety lIebrewVariety hebrewVariety
Variety Actors Union the Hebrew Theatri Theatrical ¬
f cal SI Musical Club the Theatrical Tailors TailorsUnion TailorsUnion TailorsUnion
Union the Bill Posters and Ushers Union Unionthe Unionthe Unionthe
the uniformed rank of Independent Arneri Arneriran Mnerian
i ran Schuetzenbund the AustroUungnrian AustroUungnrianZionists AustrolIungnrfan1Jonlata AutroHungnrianZionists
Zionists in uniform and the Don Karbornel KarbornelIodge lJabarllellod BarbarnelLodge
Lodge lod c in whoso plot in Washington Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Ccmctei ¬
tery tei the poet was burled buriedThe burledThe burledThe
The prooosslon stopped in front of the theHebrew theHebrew thelfebtew
Hebrew Actors Club 108 Second avenue avenuewhich avenuewhtch avenuewhith
which was draped In mourning and had the theZionist thetoniat theZionist
Zionist flag at half mut At least 20000 30000persons 20000ns 20000sons
persons sons ns were worefollowing following the heart when it itstopped Itstopped itstopped
stopped in front of the club Hero Cantor CantorWeleoU CantorVel1l1a CantorVelsels
WeleoU chanted the hymn for the repoaa repoaaof petie petieor
of the soul and dirges were sung by the theChorus thelhoru theChorus
Chorus Union Then the cortege went on onto onto onto
to the thePeo thePeopls Peoples les Theatre TheatreIt
r It is in the Peoples Theatre that Gold doldfsJens Oolda1en
fsJens a1en laterf play Ben Ami is being beingproduced belnltTJfOlticed beingVrvIuced
produced Here he fast appeared in public publtothree puMothre publicthree
three weeks w ago to thank the Hebrews frr fortho frrthl frrth
tho th cordial reception his hI blsjlay play had received receivedMany roceledMany receivedMany
Many of the prominent Hebrews of the city citywere cityYere citywere
> were on the stage Among mong them xeroDr xeroDrDavid WsroDrDald eroDrDaid
David BUusteln Dr Radin of th the Peoples PeoplesSynagogue Poplefiyn4goItUO PeqplesSynagogue
Synagogue Joseph Barondesn Dr BIrn BIrnbkum Birnbaum lrl1 lrl1um
baum um lately arrived from Acstria and anI Dr
ManHnftky Ia UNllty These Th men nil eulonlzml Inl ltltM the thedead thedeatl thedead
dead exponent of Zlonlnu and n1 a funeral funeraloration fuueraloratifln funeraloratirn I
oration wan wa delivered by Dr Maslinsky Maslinskyunion MaslinakyihIh
I union brought sobs from the men and nndw RndIOm andwomen
w women IOm m n in alfpartdot all paN of the theatre Over the thettago theIIuge theitage
ttago hung the flag tla of ofZloublue Xlon blue stripes stripeson
on a t white held with a six pointed star in inthe Inthe Inlbs
the centre centreAfter CentreArter entreA
After A fter the singing of the funeral hymn the I
ZIohl8t Ionl t Mac was taken down and draped drapedaround rirapedaround
around the coffin and thp psJIbeoers pallhea tS started startedout atartedout startedotiL I
out The police had It ad expected a rush for forlh forthi
t lh tbfl coffin r as it passed down dc > WD the crowded crowdedaides crowdedallea crowdedaisles
aides of the theatre and as the general generalinovemant gen generalInoement ral ralI I
inovemant I of tho audience started the police policeordered policerdered policeerdered
ordered every one buck to the seats seatsAs seatstIii
As 11 thn th prncetwtlon wound through t e
East Kfln c1e on the way to t tJt the j cemetery c n stop stopwas 8tOIWAS stopwas
was made In front of the Jewish newspaper newspaperoflficea newtlpllperotncea newspaperomcea
oflficea facing Howard Park whore wlcre Gold ¬
faden did much of his ht work At A t about 1 1oclock 1oclock 1n
oclock n the procession crossed the Will Willt
t lan Ianshur BburqBringoon sbut Brllgo Bridgoon on the tb way to the cof cetry eterv etervThe
The services servee there were brief briefrIrOIl briefM410R
MAYOR GETS HIS STRUCK JURY JURYJ 1U81Unt
ti 1 1f
J Tint Will Appeal Front rom fifing on the mil milf Dillor lUllor
f vof or Partlculan PartlculanCoincident Partlculanf PartlculsnCoincident
f Coincident with the decision decill on yesterday yesterdayof
of Justice JI1 lctl Davis in tho Supreme Court Courtgranting
i granting the application of Mayor Mc McClellan
1 r Clellan < for a struck jury to try the ouster oustersuit oUtlter8ult ousterbutt
suit brought against the Mayor by Attorney
t General Jackson came the announcement announcementi
i t that the Mayor would appeal from Justice JusticePaviss Juetlcof JusticeDaviss
f Paviss J > ai other decision of a few days < 14 ago agodenying agoIItDyior agodenying
denying the Mayors application for a afurther IIfurther aV
V further bill of particulars from from Jackson JacksonOne JacklMmOne JacksonOne
One of the chief contentions by E L Lt Lnicbard4 Lhucbards
t nicbards counsel for McClellan in his hisapplication hlaAppUcation hisApphlcation
application for a struck jury was that thatsuch thatueh thatsuch
such an order would facilitate the early earlyf earlytrlatot earlytrkd
trial trlatot ot tho ouster suit which the Mayor Mayoraccording Mayornccurdlng
f MayorJ
according to his hi lawyer wanted to havd hav havuehed havJ havJpushed
pushed alone The appeal from the bill billL billflf
of r partiruUnj Is likely to delay the trial trialK trialfor
K for many months more moreJustice moreJusUoo moreJustice
Justice Davis J > avi in granting the motion
for a struck jury did so on lie theory that thatthe thatthe
i the action is of the gravest Importance Importanceand InportanceADd
and has been widely and anlJbltterly bitterly discussed dlsouseedIt
It might prove Impo Impossible alble he says to get getan Retan gstan
an Impartial jury in the ordinary Tray
if r certainly not In any reasonable rea onable time tuneFrom timeFrom timeFrom
From every consideration of public publicIMjlley publlo1OlIey publicpolicy
policy Justice Davis says and from a
K due regard for the rights of all the parties partiest
t I I think this motion motolillhouid should lx granted grantedA
A struck jury In I drawn by the Sheriff
1 from his list of Sheriffs jurors Twenty
five tivnames names are struck off and from these thesecounsel th thfunllel theserounsel
counsel agree to select el t twelve men As A
McCfcllan fcCl Uan Is appealing from the bill of ofparticulars offJlirtlculal1 ofparticulars
particulars decision Jackson and Hearst Hearstmay lIearstI
I may ma appeal from toni the stuck jury ruling rulingi
L though they also a profess prof OM a 1 desire d lre for an anarly anarly aniarly
arly and speedy trial trialGEORGIA trialrEOROAtS trialEORG1AXS
GEORGIA S LYNCH TWO TJJ NEGROES VEGROESMob N IOIlOESfOb
Mob Takes Vf Vengeazueonpalr nceance on Pair of Burglar BurglarUtio Durelsllho flurgiarsWho
Who ho Assaulted Aal1l rd W Woman WomanDrNIW VvomanDsrr oman omanOrnLftr
OrnLftr Ga Jan to 10T1Io Two negroes > l1 who whoknocked 1Iboknbck whoknckd
knocked td 6 M Livingstons Uvln toDII senseless and andassaulted anduuuJted andastaultd
assaulted nis ls wife near Ch Chester t r Ga a on onWednesday onW onWlresday
Wednesday W dDday night hive been n cnptured by byI byMob
a mob shot to pieces and their bodies bodiesburned bodiesburned bodiesburned
burned burnedThe burnedThe burnedTb
The negroes entered Cn Md the Livingstons Livingstonshome LivinIoMhnme
home with the Intention of robbing robbln < < They Theyw Theyoppoecd Theywts
w wts r opposed by Livingstone whom they theyoverpowered thtYr theyevrowered
overpowered r d and 011 beat Into insensibility insensibilitywith In nslblUt nslblUtwthan
4 with wthan an axe axfThey aXlf axeThey >
f They T ey then assaulted a5llult d the th woman and andfltced andfetced
forced nor to toll 1I where her h r husbands husbandsrnoneiy hUllhendam hushnndsmeey
rnoneiy m MY was wAIhidden hidden and nd In too struggle truR jo jobaoked
backed her so badly with a knife that her herrecovery herrfMvery herreoovery
recovery is doubtful doubtfuli doubtfulThe
l Tho negroes neg II whoso nam names < s were w re Tom
F r TlOlsr and Abe Webb had ha < been employed 8mpl01edon
L on the Hvlngstone placo 1Loo as II farmhands farmhandsCanon fllnnhandar farinhandsCanon
r
Canon anoo Chases Clue Ad AdJoamtd AdJoamtdI AdjosraMCanon Joans Ml
I C Canon non William Chase rector of Christ ChristPpsoopal
r Fpisoopsl Church In Bed Bedford ford avenue Brook BrookIvn Brook1m BrookIrn
Ivn appeared ftpp ared before Justice Marsan In the theEIf the8peii
8ipeu EIf Q Court yesterday Ht rday In answer to an anorder anoroei anorder
order to show cause why ho should < t not be bepunished bepIUl hepunished
punished pIUl ahed for contempt Ct > in causing to 1e teriiibllshed 1epllbilihed 1erublished
riiibllshed a false ral report ort of oCa a proceeding In Inthat IIIthat
that court His attorney pleaded insufit insufitcitaJt inaumctnt Inaufitcl4iit
citaJt preparation p paration and the Jiwtice allowed
him until w i oclock clock Monday Moo ar to prepare
hts answer I
TO ATTRACT PRIVATE PBn lr CAPITAL CAPITALPnblle CAPITALPubliCI CAPITALPublie
Pnblle Sen SenSee Ice Board Trill Ask fer Advice Adviceon Ad ee eeon
on Subway 8ubwaBuUdlnS 8ubwaBuUdlnSTbe Building BuildingThe guhidingThe
The Public Service Commission will hold holda holdpubUo
a publlo bearing at 2 oclock on the after afternoon aCternooQ afternoon ¬
noon of January JanW 7 17 to listen to suggestions suggestionstut
tut to the manner In which the existing existingrapid exilUncrapid ezistingrapid
rapid transit act should bo amended so soas 110aa soaa
aa to attract privata capital in the building buildingot buildingotnew
ot otnew saw subways ubw Under Underh the > > Elsberg amend amendments amendmeats mendmenta ¬
meats passed In HOi contracts for construc construction oolUltruotion conatruotion ¬
tion and Qd operation roust be let separately separatelyand
and it was w provided that the operating operatingperiod opera operatingperiod DC DCperiod
period should not be for more than twenty twentyyears twentyyoars twentyyears
years with a possible renewal of not more morethan morethan morethan
than ten years ycarand r8 and thtwlthln that period periodthe
the contractor should pay paya a rental sufficient sufficientto
to pay pa the interest on the th bonds Issued Issuedfor iuuedror issuedfor
for construction as well as an annual sum sumto sumto sumto
to a sinking fund for the paying off of tho thobonds thobonda thebonds
bonds bondsIt
It is felt by the commission that thatit it would wouldbe
be impossible under these terms to get bid bidders blddertl bidden ¬
den on new subways and as the city is isnot I Inot isnot
not In a position financially to provide providemoney proVld8moner providemoney
money for further subways the only way wayout wayout Wayout
out moner of 0 the difficulty is to amend the existing existinglaw
law lawThese These are the points Ints on which the com commission oommlulon cornmission ¬
mission will ask for advice at the public publichearing pubUohering pubilohearing
hearing next Friday FridayFirst FrIdayFlntWb FridayFirstWhether
First FlntWb FirstWhether Whether ther the city elt should b be con confined condned contimed ¬
fined to municipal construction only onlySecondWhether onl onlI onlySecondWhether
SecondWhether S the city should also alsoallow ailloallo alsoallow
I allow allo main rapid transit lines to b be con constructed coostructfd constructid ¬
structed by private corporations at their theirown theirown theirown
own expense expenseThlrdWhether IIPtneTblrdWhether expenieThirdWhether
ThlrdWhether franchises for main lines lineslike IIDNlike linelike
like that crtnted Irant for th the JIcAdoo tunnel tunnelunder tunnelunder tunnelunder
under Sixth avenue would be safe safeFourth 54teFourtbWhether safeFourthWhether
Fourth FourtbWhether Whether the twenty year elr term of ofoperation ofoPflltion ofoperation
operation of a municipally constructed rapid rapidtransit rpldtransit rapidtransit
transit road should be Increased IncreasedFUthWhether tncreuedFlfthWhetber increasedFifthWhether
FUthWhether the city should be allowed sllowedto
to m make ke contracts for operation of exten extensions utensiOn extensloni ¬
sions of existing subways for as lone Ion a time timeas
as the original contract upon terms termsSlxthWhether termaSixthWhether termsSixthWhether
SixthWhether the city should allow ex extensions utenlliona cxtensions ¬
tensions of elevated railroads and other otherexUtlas othernlaUnlr otherexIsting
exIsting rapid transit line IIn holding fran franchises franchla franchises ¬
chises in perpetuity to construct extensions extensionsat
at their own expense subject to proper propertenrn propertcrlTl proterterms
terms and readjustment each twentyAye twentyAyejcarj
jcarj jcarjTho rcrJTho yerJThe
Tho commission reported yesterday that thatin thatin thatIn
in tho month of December De mber there hud been beenSI
SI persons killed on the railroads n lroad within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the metropolitan district and that there therebed therohed therelied
bed been 149 14 serious accidents The total totalnumbor totalI totallIumb3r totalnumbar
numbor of minor accidents a dent wait 3V85 3V85CAFT i993C4PT IW5tPT
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CAFT tPT COOEY CHARGES LIBEL LIBELComplaint IIBRLComplalol LIBELComplains
Complaint Became Ctamo of a II Letter to Blnzhatu BlnzhatuAbout BIn 1llnhauiAbout hm hmAbout
About Crafting CraftingA
A charge of criminal libel was made in inthe inthe inthe
the Yorkville police court yesterday against againstIsaac againstJ againstIsaac
Isaac J uac M Bach by Police Captain John J JCqoney 01CqonfY JCqoney
Cqoney of the Kant Sixtyseventh street streetstation IItreettaUon streetstation
station house In consequence of a letter that thatwas thatwall thatwas
was sent nt to Police Commissioner Bingham BinghamThe
The letter asserted that small dry goods goodsdealers Roodldealers goodsdealers
dealers along First and Second avenues avenuespaid aVMUpaid avenauspaid
paid the captain JIo S 23 a month each to be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed to do business on Sundays SundaysThe 8undayTho
The letter gave the names nam and addreues addreuesof
of ten shopkeepers and declared that Fred Fredenok Frederiok Frederiok
eriok Wachtel who keeps a small store at atSecond atBeoond atSecond
Second avenue and Seventyfirst street streetcollected streetcollected treetoollected
collected the money and handed It over ov r to tothe tothe tothe
the captain captainThe CAptainThe captainThe
The signature I Bach was at the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom of the letter Printed at the top topwereUiewordsBach topwere topwerethewords
wereUiewordsBach were werethewords Lhewords BachBrothen Brothers Dry Goods GoodsSeventyfifth GoodsSeventyfifth
I
Seventyfifth street and First avenue avenueWhen avenueWhen avenueWhen
When the letter was produced In court courtlost courttut courtsast
lost ast Sunday Magistrate Wahle issued sub subpoenas suhpczna subxnnas ¬
poenas xnnas for all of tho men who were said to tonave tohave o ohave
have given up money A summons was wasissued wa waIMued wasissued
issued for Isaac M Bach to appear in court courtCapt courtHterday courtyesterday
yesterday yesterdayCapt HterdayCapt
Capt Cooney declared that be had re received rectllv received ¬
ceived ctllv d no money as asserted in the letter letterThe lett letterThe r rrbs
The shopkeepers were called up before the theMagistrate thelIaglstrateYfllltArdayand theMaglatrateyesterdyftnd
Magistrate lIaglstrateYfllltArdayand yesterday and all were emphatic emphaticin
in saying they had given no money to the thecaptain thocapt thecaptain
captain captainIsaac capt captainIsaac ln lnllano
Isaac llano M Bach and his brother Henry were werethen werethen Werethen
then called Both denied having written writtenthe writtenthe writtenthe
the letter leU r to the Police Commissioner The TheMagistrate TheMaglatrate TheMagistrate
Magistrate asked Isaac M 1 to write Police PoliceCommissioner PoliceCommls810ner PollceCommissioner
Commissioner on a slip of paper japerHo paperHe paperHa
Ha did so 0 and spelled the final f1naleyllabto f1naleyllabtoof syllable syllableof
of Commissioner oar ar The same spelling spellingoccurred 8pellinoccurred spellingoccurred
occurred in the letter letterIf letterolf
olf If I am any judge of handwriting YOU YOUwrote youwrote I
wrote that letter said the Court after afterinspecting afterlnIIpectlnlt afterInspecting
inspecting the writing on too slip slipHo lllipHo slipHo
Ho then turned to Capt Cooney and said saidIf
If I you want to make a charge of criminal criminallibel crimInallibel criminallibel
libel against this man I will entertain it itHe itlIe It1ie
He has cast ca t a serious reflection on my mycharacter mycmmeter mycharacter
character and I want to make tho com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint against him responded the captain captainThe ooptAinThe captainThe
The formal complaint was then made out outand outand outand
and Bach was held in WOO 00 ball for examina examination examination examination ¬
tion on Tuesday Tuesdayrr4ci Tue TuesdayItEADI day dayltEIDI
rr4ci TO JIOVXT IOUXT CALIPH CALIPHTaxIdtrtnUt t4LIPIITaxkerinist 4LlP 4LlPTaxldtrmllt
TaxIdtrtnUt Taxldtrmllt Hours lIosI s > Gang or Workers Workersoa orkenOR
oa the Six iz Ton Corpse CorpseA
A taxidermist and a gang of men from fromthu frolnthu fromthu
thu American Museum of Natural NatumlIllstory NatumlIllstoryhnda History Historyhadabig historyhada
hadabig hnda big bigjobyesterday job yesterday In cutting up Caliph Caliphthe Caliphthe Caliphthe
the dead hippopotamus in the Contra ContraPark ContralPark CentralPark
Park Menagerie preparatory to mounting mountinghim
him for exhibition in 1 the museum Caliph Caliphweighed Caliphweighed Caliphweighed
weighed about six tOM tonnHead tOMIlead tonshead
Head Keeper Snyder broke down and andcried andcrlf1 andcried
cried each tlmo ho went near tho dead deadbeast dadb041llt deadbeast
beast It seemed moo to him a personal pCl Onal loss lossaa
aa ft he entered tho service of the menagerie menagerieIn
In 1882 and old Caliph arrived there four fouryears fouryear fouryears
years later laterAn latlfAn laterAn
An inspection of tho dead animal animalester animalesterday yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day showed that his crindern had ha worn wornaway wornaWIY wornaway
away through age and he had been unable unableto
to chow his hay and other food foodXOT foodNOT
I ItOT
tOT LIKELY TO CLOSE SMELTER SMELTERMaster S1IELTERMaster Uf1 LTFIl LTFIltlaster
Master In Injunction Sufi Kinds That Fumes FamesDo FumrDo
Do Little ItamsEP ItamsEPBUTTR IbmaeBens iamageBurrs
Bens Mon Jan 10 10Jr If Judge Hunt Huntof
of the Federal l < court approves the findings findingsin
in the smelter erne Iter cmoko injunction suit brought broughtagainst broughtagainst t tagainst
against the Wosboo a hoo smelter of the Amal Amalgamated Amalgamated Amalgamated ¬
gamated Copper Company by farmers farmerswhloh tannerawhioh farmerswhioh
whioh were filed in court today tooda by Master MasterIn
In Chancery Crane an Injunction InJunc on against againstthe
the smelter will not be Issued IssuedTho IMuodTho IssuedThe
Tho master finds that th t no permanent permanentdamage pnMnentdamage permanentdamage
damage has bo t been n done to the t land by the thesmelter t tsmelter thesmelter
smelter fumes fum or sulphur deposits and andthat andthat andthat
that no live stock was W S killed by arsenic arsenicThe aMolcThe arsenicThe
The worst that the arsenlo from the smelter smelterhas amelterbaa smelterhas
has done was to sicken some stock accord accordIng accordIng according
Ing to the master masterTHE masterTIll masterTIlE
THE ECOFFS DISCHARGED DISCHARGEDEvidence VISCIIAIlOEDFlornle IISClI4RGEDEviarnee
Evidence of Chart es or Impairing Morals Moraliof Ioral Ioralor
of Minors lacking lackingMartin lacklnrIartln LaekinMartin
Martin Kcoff of 175 17 Essex street and andFannie andFannlo andFannie
Fannie Ecoff who were arrested on Tues Tueaday Tueday Tuesday ¬
day on a charge of impairing the morals moralsof
of minors were discharged yesterday by byMagistrate byMa byMagistrate
Magistrate Ma < < latrate Walsh In the Etx Market Marketcourt 1Ltrketcourt Marketcourt
court Their arrest came about through throughthe throuhthe
the complaint of Harry Sobel 13 years old oldThe oldTho oldThe
The police were unable to get any ocr oorrohorotlon oororoboration ocrroboratlon
rohorotlon of his statement statementJacob stAtementJacob statementJacob
Jacob Summers who was w arrested with withthe withtbe withthe
the Ecofls had been on seen ae n by Det Detective DetectiveNorten < ctive ctiveHorton lve lveHorton
Horton jostling pedestrians In in Orchard Orchardstreet OrrhardtnoM Orhardstreet
street while a small boy tried to pick their theirpockets thelrpocketl theirpockets
pockets Summers was hold in 1000 hall hallT haJlr
T r 5 SAILOR A 1 FIRE HERO HEROSavra lfEnOtIS 1EI2ORaven
Raven tIS Family From nurnlnc Home and andmil aDd11I andWill
mil 11I Get a Gold MedalNonrox Medal MedalNonroijc tdal tdalNORFOloX
Nonroijc Va Jan 10 JOBeeIDI Seeing the home homeof
of J L I Brinson burning at 3 oclock this thismorning thismomln thismorning
morning and escape from the house almost almostcutoff almOitcut almostcut
cutoff cut ort FRTuckes F n Tuckes a United Stated StateJIl4l1or StateJIl4l1orran sailor sailorran
ran through the flumes and > aroused the theoccupants theoccupant theoccupants
occupants occupantsHe
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then sebed the little son of Mr Brinson Brinsonfolded Brinsonroldttd Brinsonfolded
folded him in hH hl1llJm arm and dashed through throughthe
the flame to safety fety
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burned but his Injuries are re not no dangerous
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The Great Gr at Sale of Mens MensNegligee MenNegligee MensNegligee
Negligee Shirts ShirtsStill ShirtsStill ShirtsStill
Still Offers a Good Selection SelectionOf
Of 3000 Garments GarmentsSMrUMadato
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HIS IS sale started with 14000 Shirts ShirtsUNIFORMLY ShirtsI ShirtsUNIFORMLY
I KM I1JT UNIFORMLY GOOD SHIRTS The
3000 remaining are as good as the theI thethat
11000 that found new owners this thisweek thisI thisweek thisweek
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Come in today and add to your supply supplyanticipate supplyanticigl1te supplyanticipate
anticipate future needs to your own lasting lastingsatisfaction lastingsatisfaction lastingsatisfaction
satisfaction and profit profitAll
All perfect quality negligee garments garmentsplain garmentsplainBnd plain plainand
and pleated pleatedco3t coat models mostly attached cuffs cuffsfashioned cuffsfashioned cuffsfashioned
fashioned of woven madras cheviots and per percales percales percales ¬
cales calesThe calesThe calesThe
The majority of the 5114 114 garments are fash fashioned fashioned fashioned ¬
ioned of very fine quality imported madras madrasMens madrasI madrasMens
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Mens Fur Caps Reduce l Ilhll IlhllGENUINE 5th 5thGENUINE th ri riGENUINE
GENUINE ALASKA SEALSKIN CAPS made of selected large pieces = s of skins sklrwwerc496now skinswere skinswere
werc496now were 196 now 8396 8396FINER 300FI
FINER FI NER GRADES made of selected flank sealskin sealskinwere5649 were 649 64 nov 524 524HIGH 524HIGIl > 24 24HIGH
HIGH CLASS CAPS made of solid skin < i sold elsewhere at prices ranging ran in from
1400 to 1800 our regular price 1149 this sale 8994 8904ELECTRIC 8994ELECTRIC 8994ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC SEAL CAPS were 224 24 now 174 SI74Finer 174Finer 174Finer
Finer Grades were 3396 396 now 8297 8297All
All of the above In both shapes shapesdrlvlng driving and Detroit DetroitOur DerroitOur DetroitOur
Our Derby IHats Hats at 8188 188 are re the specialty hatter 250 and JJOO grades gradesOur gradesOur gradesOur
Our Waferflex Wafer ex lightweight flexible Derbies at 87I ire the sort sold elsewhere elsewherefor
for 350
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23rd Street 34th Street StreetMENS StreetMENS StreetMENS
MENS HABERDASHERY Th n B hIlt t6 Sttres SttresOn StrtOn t re3 re3On
On Saturday January the 11th llthSale 11thSale 11thSale
Sale of Mens Haberdashery at greatly greatlyreduced greatlyreduced greatlyreduced
reduced prices pricesFlannel pricesIannel pricesFlannel
Flannel Waistcoats a Is teoa tn New shades of oftan oftan oftan
tan grey brown and English Tattersalls TattersallsAll
All sizes lC lCvalue 1GTIIue 163value >
value 300 to 4OU 4OUPajamas 400Pajamas 100Pajamas
Pajamas Made of white or colored coloredImported coloredImported coloredImported
Imported Madras Military model with withpearl withpearl withpearl
pearl buttons 135 135aluc 135alue 135value
value > 2OO oo and 2JiO 2JiOShirts 2Z 2ZShirts u o oShirts
Shirts Plain plaited or stiff bosom bosomWhite bosomhlte bosomWhIte
White hlte or colors 100 100alue 100lue 100value
value lue IJiO nnd 2O 2OScarfs ZOO ZOOScarfs 00 00Scarfs
Scarfs Barathea Folded Squares with withextra withextrei withextrA
extra heavy silk back neat embroidered embroidereddesigns embroidereddesigns embroidereddesigns
designs Figured French Satin Sa Un Fourta Fourtali IourInhnnds FourInhands ¬
li hands and Squares 50c 50cvalue 50calue SOcvalue
value 15O anil an4 2OO 2OOFrench 200French 100orench
French Handkerchiefs Figures or orcrossbar orcrossbar orcrossbar
crossbar weave 25c each eachvalue eachTalue eachvaLue
value flOe nocFlannelette 80clanneleUc flOeFiannelette
Flannelette Night Shirts with or with without without Uh Uhout ¬
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value 125 125Smoking 12 12Smoldng L25Smodng
Smoking Jackets made of Matclasse MatclasseNeat lUatela MatelasseNeat st stScat
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Muslin and Cambric Night Shirts 85c 85cvalue 85calue SScvalue
value 100 loiScotch 100Scoteh 100Scotch >
Scotch Wool 001 Gloves 50c 50cvalue 50calue 50cvalue
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were Injured when a freight train ran into intoa
a passenger pa ngfr train f today djr on the Alabama AlahamAand
and MliwiMippi Railroad near Vlnegw VlnegwRand VlneptlId VinegatBend
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tm p Marie Lemcke Bohraa of 18 Fair Falrvi
vi In 1 avenue Orange N J threw her herI her11I011 herself
self I under und r a Lackawanna train in Now Nowark No Noark Nowark
ark yesterday forenoon and was Instantly Instantlyklltad Inatantlyklllftd instantlykilled
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I make and sell more mens 350 shoes than any other othermanufacturer othermanufacturer oiliermanufacturer
manufacturer in the world worldIf
If I could take you into my large factories at Brockton Mass M and andshow andshow
show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would wouldthen wouldthen wouldthen
then understand why whythey they hold their shape fit better wear wear longer longerand Ionpiand longerand
and are of greater value than any other 350 shoes shoesWLDoulas ahoceWLDouglas shoeWaLDouIas
WLDoulas 4OQGHtEdfffhoee 4OQGHtEdfffhoeeBOYS 400 Gilt Edge Shoe ShoeBOYS ShoeBOYS
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of your time and we can convince you OU that th t our Rem Remnant Remnant Remnant ¬
nant Sale is a great money saver Suits of the finest finestmaterlaJs Inest InestmaterIals Inestmaterials
materIals to order 1500 Trousers 500 Silk SilkVests SilkVests SilkVests
Vests 500 Overcoats of Houle Elysian and IVleton IVletonsatinlined MeltoDsatln1ined Meltonsatiiilined
satinlined 2500 2500The 2500The 2500The
The style tailoring and vaue va ue must meet with withyour withyour withyour
your approval or they remain here hereARNHE hereARNHEM lereARNIII
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