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r + I THE T SUN SUNFRIDAY FRIDAY tTANlARY f < N RY 1 i 1910
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GAY DINNER OF HOTEL HEN HENA IENHnF MENSIYt
A SHAVEX SIYt HnF SW V FORD THE CHIEF CHIEFVUiURE CIII EF ItFAwIw EFI
I VUiURE 01 MXTEHKST MXTEHKSTi
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lIUe ion Hotel Kreprrx and Thrlr ThrlrFriends ThrlrFrlll1d
11 Friends Iearn the ih llraion for the therasilna thePalns lie liePining
Pining of the IJfardA rarcl Plea lea to 0 the thembarrava theIeshlators lie lier
r Ieshlators ot to mbarrava l 1 Hotels HotelsThe HotelThe
> The 111 Hon Simeon Ford of Rye whoso whosolawn whooI
4 I lawn houso here Is h just across the street streetj streetrom I
j frora rom the Grand Central Ctntl3lstatlon station had to be beIntroduced ber befatroduced
r Introduced to hi his friends lost night at the theCity thePit theCLty
City Pit Hotel Mona dinner at the Waldorf WaldorfFor WahlorfFor WaldorfFor
For somebody ha token Mr Ford and andbeared andLeartld andsheared
sheared him as to the chin removing an anferu anferuvandyke anferu
feru feruvandyke Vandyke that has kept lime to It ItAsters Its Itsl Itsiiuters
l Asters jests over many a dinner table tablel tablefi1lflrowere
r fi1lflrowere l re were ero two reason for sickling the thejf thehedge thez
jf z hedge us Mr Ford explained to In Intauiaitive Infulaltlve InquLsitivo
tauiaitive innkeeping acquaintances In Inike InUk Ingtke
Uk ike first place it Interfered with hi his golf golfN eolfky golfplay
N ky y the meshes becoming entangled entangledwith entAnledJ
with J th hi his scarf pin pina a present from the theassociation theasocIatlonand he
association ooIationand and secondly because a num anumber number nuinber
1
ber of hi his be beet t jokes couldnt g get t past the thewhiskers thewhlakers thewldikers
whiskers whiskerst
If > t I He presided a a8 toastmaster last night nightfiver nightferthe nightver
ferthe fiver the biggest t dinner the city hotel hotelkeeper hotelIceepers
1 keeper have yetheld yetheldThere yet held heldThero heldThere
There were w re about OQjiotel men from fromthis fromt
v this t city and upState who listened 1i8t med to toMr toii toMj
Mr ii Ford and Job ob Hedge and George GeorgeC Geor e eBoldt
p C Boldt and others who spoke humor humorusly humorr humorusiy
r usly and andotherwllt andotherwllti otherwise otherwisei otherwiseAmong
i i Among mong the guests of f the hotel men were wereftupremn wereIor
Ior f > ftupremn Court Justices John Proctor ProctorClarke Proctorw
w Clarke Cl rke Vernon M 1 Davis James A Blan BlanehudJames 11km 11kmhTd
jehtird ehudJames hTd James FitzGerald < Edward B DiEend BV
V J Amend John W QolT John J 1 Brady Bradyond Bradyonduel and andSamuel endt
t Samuel iEend mud uel Seabury City Court Judges JudgesEdward Judgesi Judgesward
i Edward ward B LaFetra Francis B Delehanty
John V MoAvoy lUchard T Iynch LynchPeter IynchP IynchFster
Peter P < < 8r Schmuok Edward F t ODwyer ODwyerAlexander OUwyerAlexander
Sueundor Alexander Finellto Thomas F o Donnelly Donnellyt
t Judge Bosalsky Mulqnoen and Swann Swann3f
3f efv of f General Sessions Besslonsi Justices Wyatt WyattObasted WyattOted WyattOenatod
> Obasted feud Zeller Zel er and Fuller of oftleclal ofpecIal
5 Special tleclal Sessions Magistrates MigistratesItarrimi Stainert Stainertf 8t lnert lnertfarri
f Harri Herbert Blach Krotel and OCon OConBOn OConr 0Connor
r > BOn a r State Senators Timothy D I Sulll Sulllvan 8ulllva SoulStiliwelt
van Stillwell Newcomb Caff Caffrey rey Schultz BchultziQMubara Schultz3feughandFrawloy
1 ughandFrawley AMe mblymenBack Assemblyzneallackett mblymenBackLevy
ett Levy Walker Coombs Joseph JoeepbFele Josepheiey
Fele eiey BpiI BpEeberg berg lIoC McCue e lIcEllleott Kopp
t I iQMubara Donovan Murray < Goldberg
t4aa D6 a Aaron J 1 Levy Le Lev Brennan Burgqyne BurgqyneCaAghlan BurgoynocJd1lan UtirgoyneCamgh1an
CaAghlan and Hernck Dr Tlioma Dar Darin DarEln ¬
k ton in Fire Commissioner Comml llioner Waldo Fire FireCroker FireCroker FireCroker
Eln Croker Police Commissioner CommissionerStreet Comn Comndsidoneriksr lI8loner lI8lonerI
iksr Street Commissioner Comml stonet Edwards EdwardsK FAwardsI
I i K JCev v James B Watson ataon Frank Tilford Tilfordr Fllfordipr
ipr 1 r Leigh Hunt William lIIam Halptn Frank FrankoKee FrankI
i I I oKee Edward Inuterbach Robert C Corris Ctlh4orris
tlh4orris orris Albert Guggenheim and Charles Charleslllott CharleslIot Charles1Ilott
lllott Warner WarnerBefore WarnerBefore WarnerIore
Before Iore turning over the chair to Mr MrMr MrPord 11 11ord
Pord ord Mr II Boldt as 1 president of tho thoAssociation thoCI thoUotei
1 Uotei CI Association of New York made madeTh madea
1 a sP ecI ecIThO
> Th proprietor r Prletor of the tli WaUorfAetoria WaUorfAetoriadreMed Wa VaiorfAstoriat lorfA toria toriaddresied
t dreMed his hl talk principally to the theMgitJatom theegIsltors
7 MgitJatom tor He asked them to put ut no law lawA lawtbe
A the statute books that would woulS be unfair unfairer unfairunju
k er unjust t to the hotel keeptrsi keeper
i 1 9 We e represent said Id Mr Boldt a good goodMany goodJ1 good2fl7
Many J1 lY hundred millions of capital In InTested InV liii
i Tested V est d in a business bUllin IIs perfectly legitimate legitimatem leltltlmateftyery
i < m every reepect Hotels and inns are of ofbenefit ofeftt ofbenefit
benefit eftt to every community and the theQuor theMquor
liquor Quor interest are a necessary adjunct adjunctto
4 to the business although they are not notthe notthe
the main object of it This association associationiand
1 stands iand a only for or what is fair and just and andlawful andwful andlawul
lawful lawfulMr lawulMr wful wfulMr
Mr Boldt said that the hotel men had hadSever hadlever hadiever
Sever iever spent n 1 dollar to obtain legislation legislationW
f 1 W rto to get et unfair bills killed He II Je wanted wantedto
< to make that statement be said because becausehe blcaUIIlIe
t he ue had heard that a contrary opinion opinionxUted opinion1IIted opinioniJstt
xUted And the hotel keepers keep 1ra didnt didnttatond didntJ dldntintend
intend J tend to take any Rn money to Albany In Intfee IntM infuture
tfee future Mr Ir Boldt added addedUe addedy addedjile
> jile Ue y thanked the Judges Jud e and lawyers lawyersfor
for their assistance in taking takln care pf pfb pfi
L i b IMt4II etei tel thieves and other nusiances that thataMct thatlIIct thatMich
> aMct the Jnnkocper Conditions in that thatKMpeot thatrlll thatt2
t2 respect rlll eOt are much better than they used usedto uaedw
4 to be Mr Boldt said saidAt IIaldt saidAt
At t a signal from Mr Ir Boldt Sim Ford Fordjlplifted FordJlfUfted Ford1A
1A jlplifted JlfUfted himself from a table tahleln in the body bodyof bodvo
of o the room and made his way to the themain bemalo I Inatn
main table saluted with cries of Who Whosthi Whothls I Ithis
this thls person Rubbing hi his chin thought thoughtfully thoughtIfully ¬
1 > fully Mr Ford ord referred to the departed departedwhiskers departedfWblakers departedwhiskera
whiskers He said saidK saidThe saidThe
I The It two chler happening of the theirlewed Tear Tearteed
I
irlewed teed from a scientific standpoint were werethe werei werethe
i the tb finding ndlnl of the he north pole by Commander CommanderPeary Commanderpeary CommanderPeary
Peary and the loss t6 l s of a set of fine old vintage vintagewhiskers vintagewhiskers Inla Ie IewhIBklrs
whiskers by the gifted orator who Is I now nowaddressing nowaddmalnc noww
w addressing you OLI Ieary IMI found his bl pole polewif polewa
4 wa wif 5T up at the highest hhrh t spot In the world worldisjcept worldi
i lizcept isjcept the e Claremont restaurant I found foundy foundmy
c my y pole on the corner of Park avenue and andFortrflrst andFortyftr andFortflrst
Fortrflrst street and It bad red and white whitetripes whitestripe
1 stripe around It ItJ IIJ ItI
J was 11 greatly Interested In Pears achieve achievement achievemeot ¬ I Iznent
ment because au o he lived at the Grand Union Unionfor Unionfor UnionT
T for two rears carll before Balling saIiin and always alwayspaid III alwaysal4 a aJlald
paid al4 his hisboard board promptly He Iietralnedthere Iietralnedtheretold trained there thereJIe therHit
Hit told me pn the ove of his hl departure departurethat I Ithat
that after what he had endured at our plare plareno
no hardship could daunt him That hat after afterthe arllrtbe afterthe
the cold deal we e gave him the pole would wouldeeem wouldI wouldaem
eeem sultry sultryI lultl lultlI
I I contributed In my humble way wa toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the discovery I 4ta gave ae 8 Ieary my best bestwishes bllItwbhea bestwiahee
I wishes and a copy of that great work which whichcontains whlcbfontalns
1 contains the cream cr asuu of uiy III after dinner dinnerspeeches dinnerIpeeche dinneriJ
iJ speeches teary lined u ed to read It to the thei IheiEklmos thet
t i iEklmos < ikimos during the long Arctlo night nightand nightand nighta
a and when the spring came they were willing willingand willingand wiilingand
and anxious to go out and risk their lives livesen liveson Jlvellcn
en the Ice floe providing Ieary would shut shutoft tlhuteff shutOff
oft his flow flowJust ftowuat flowtt
tt Just uat before Peary Pea ry got ot there a Brooklyn Brooklyncentleman DrooklnCenUeman Brooklynr
r gentleman named Cook discovered the pole polefrom polefrom polefrom
from a distance dl tance of several 1Ie ral hundred miles milesHis mllelli milef
f i His eyesight eIIIlM bad been trained down at atBradleyi atBradley atBradleys
Bradley watching the little Ivory ball balldrop baitdro bailiI
iI drop dro Into Int the wtong compartment compartmentScientists comparlmenl8clentlpt
1 Scientists have demonstrated that at atthe
f f the time Cook discovered the pole he was washeaded waskr washeaded
kr headed for Palm Beach and going strong strongbut strongbut tronctf
tf but chancing to glance over his hi shoulder shoulderBis IIhoulderJ
his blalen left shoulder IIhoutderhe ho thount he saw some something lOmethlJlc sOmething ¬
J thing which smelled like a Pole ole I do not notcara notare notcare
care are to take sides In this controversy but butwould buti1 butwould
would advise IIdvi e Dr Cook to take out a liberal liberalaccident IIber1accident liberalaccident
accident policy before hobnobbing with withCommander withC withComrnanderPeary
i1 Commander C ComrnanderPeary Peary Peal Peary Pearyisa Is I a man of grest grestphysical neatc
J c physical strength and undaunted courage courageI COliIll ill illI
4i I have seen him go right Into a restaurant restaurantand
i and take a table by a window without even evenasking evenkine
1 asking kine the head waiter A man who does doesnot dOlIDot doesaol
not quail before a head waiter Is a bird birdAnd birdAnd birdr
r And now just a word about the whiskers whiskersOae
f Oae 001 o7 the papers said my sole claim to tobeing tob tobeIng
being b humorous lay la in my funnywhiskers myfunnywhiqkeriand funnywhiskersand fUDnT whl1oelll whl1oelllud
and that when ben the whiskers went thero was wasnothing 11 111I0thinc wast
t nothing left to laugh at Samson had a aJmllar
t Jmllar experience Only there was no noPeltlah noDelnah noDlflh
Peltlah business s In mine The real facts factsare flctaare
11 4 are these Horace Ilrockway and I were werealways werealwa1a wereI
I always getting mixed up Beautiful young youngladles younlfI younge
ladles used to come up In the street and andaddress andaddre andk
e
k address a me as Uncle Horace My chin chinWM chint
I t 2 v WM crowing very white while my hair hairlike hallIIkO hairI
I like my speeches continued a beautiful beautifulwavy beautlrulwav beautifulWLYy
wavy wav chestnut It ha s been intimated that thatmy thatII1Y thatmy
my chin was as used more than my m brain brainthat bralnI brainthat
I that the one worked while the other slept sleptBut IleptBut sleptflut
But be that th t as It may I have been assured assuredInc auuredstoe assuredc
c sinCe Inc parting with my alfalfa that when whenit
it comes to age I do not look It
1 read In the papers that there Is to be a amore a1I10re at
t more liberal IIberidlnterpretation Interpretation of the Sunday Sundaylaw hlundayI
I law What then Is to become of all the capi capital capltal capil ¬
l tal which we have Invested In Balnea law lawBandwlohes la1lpndwlohe lawt
t Bandwlohes BandwlohesWhy pndwloheWhy andwicheWhy
Why wouldnt It be b a good Idea for us to tocontribute tocontribute tocontribute
contribute all our ossified sandwiches and andconstruct and1conlltr1lct andconstrict
construct therewith a memorial building buildings
s on the plau of the Castile containing dun dung
t 1 g geons eonllin ons In which could be confined the leaders leadersof leadsJf leaderof
of < Jf th the prohibition and femala ferns suffrage suffragemovements suffragemovements
movements condemned to languish there thereIn
f In durance vll lie iHttll they ato tbelr way wayout a at
t 41 out lu this < way < a7 the idea might be deli delicately delicatoiy ¬
I j cately conveyed to them that they bad badbitten bdblUen hadbitten
bitten off mar than they could chew chewI
I am glad lad to report that the hotel buelness buelnessIn bueneW
In It picking up W We really IIYlb thought w we w wco ware wareM weregotog
K M going co IDe to mike ma lie a killing during the progress progressof pmgreesV
V of that melancholy occasion known aa tho thoHudsonFulton tholIudGolIFuILon thefludaorFulLon
HudsonFulton celebration The object objectof
v of f the HudsonFulton celebration was to tolve tolot toc
c lve iy a lot of otherwise Inconspicuous eltl eltlcess oltlfeu clii7I5
feu cess it ehsacA hanc to t9redtoem redeem their frock coats eclatlpd coatsand
7I5
Aa pd < l plajf hl < < halt and climb imb for forgbrlUlrlod a brief tnrlod
t
Into the limelight Long before the time timeappointed timeappolntd timeappotetad
appointed the city press pre a at Is III custom customstarted customelarted customstarted
started up the anvil chorus and got busy busyshooing bUllYIhoolnc busyshooing
shooing prospective Itroll ectlv visitors away Long LonitrtlHes Lonlartlcllll Longsrtklei
rtlHes appeared daily warning the public publicthat puhlloIhat publicthat
that hotels would be Jammed and standing standingroom tlndlneroom
room In the parks at a premium premiumThe
The ronnmiueurrti were ln InflvJt insvjlabie < tvjlabl a hi Peo 110IO loJe People ¬
ple from a distance dl tl1nc were ere afraid to rome romoiiiests romenllete conicuet
iiiests uet already alrllld tiers want away to avoid avoldlhn the thnnull therush
null Till Invited guests of tberlty the cIty lIy how however howIvr however ¬
ever si who ho i were rr entertained d at the lIt hotrU hotrUfree hotltrOt hioteiitree
free of chares responded rl tlordld nobly to the call callThey callThe callThey
They The canoe early pari stayed IItay late and brought broughttlitIr broughtthllr broughtthuiLr
tlitIr appetites Dppelltllllnd and nd familir with ith them themIt
It Is true the rity was a thronged Folk Iolknfrom Folkrrom FoikMfrom
from Vonker and lIohoken and Brooklyn llrooklynand
and rontlcuoti ontl lIotl towns bearing a return returntlcV rrlllrnticket returnticket
tlcV ticket t In one o e hand and a bag of crullers < < In Inthe InIhe inthe
the other poured In by b the million They Theywalked Theywaltrd Theywalked
walked right In and turned around and they theywalked theywalkd theywalked
walked right out again againMeanwhile ollaln11nwhlle ngalnMeanwhile
Meanwhile the th landlords trained to the theminute 11Iemlnllt theminute
minute sat 11 like spiders expnrtanl e but bullho bullhoboard the theboardeta theboarders
boarders board lira that they looked for never nil vel cnine cnineOh CaineOh 1111I11Oh
Oh ever inns from rhlldhoodi < hour hourIve hOllrIve houriie
Ive seen my fondest hopes Urc dOa decayI y
1 never loved a tree or dower dowerBut DowerBllt CowerBut
But twti 1 the Drat Dralto to fadeaway fadeawayI fade away awayI
I ocvf r nursed a dear garellr garellrTo
To f glad Ud me with Its lIallOft soft black rye ryeUut f fDul eyeBut
But when It came to know me well wellAnd wellload wellAini
And love ma m It itwas was sure to die dieIf dieH dieIt
If the paper would only nay a kind word wordfor wordror wordfor
for New York ork wed be very grateful It In i a anice anice anice I
nice city If you 011 dont believe it go to any anyotlif on onothr anyother
other > r In InllIe the world and draw comparisons i
If the th papers will let the people 1I oplp tome here herewe
we will see IIe l that tliattbey they are well liou houell ed and nndcared andcared llIdcarell
cared for These tales of hotel acrommodn acrommodntlons acomnlottlon
tlons being InxnmVleiit are alas without withoutfr wllhollttllndaliou withoutfmndtiou
fr imdslioii > In fact factMr taclII factMr
Mr II Ford F rrlintrollll Introduced d former Assembly Assemblyman ¬
man Juipos T Rogers of Binghamton by bysaying byaying bysaying
saying that Mr Rogers seemed a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal
deal puzzled as to why he had been cent eentfor flentfor centfor
for to make a speech speechYou epeecbYou speechYoti
You may be too after he gels getstbrough getstbroughald through throughsaid throughraid
said Sim mournfully
Mr II Roger said that It gave him as aswell alwell aswell
well as nOfera all the other members of the hot hotair hotair lot lotall
air fraternity pleasure to sit lt at the feet feetof feetof feetof
of the master Sim Ford Laughter LaughterMr
Mr Rogers as 1 a former Assemblyman Assemblymangave
gave them a review of currrent events eventsWhile evenllWhile eventaVbiie
While Teddy the Thunderer has laid laidaside laidaalde laidaside
aside the pares res of elate and is pursuing pursuingthe
the terrible rhino Taft the Ih Temperate Temperatekeep Temperatekeeps femperatekeflfls
keep pace bv chopping off a Phichols Phicholsbead Piucholbeaii Pinchotsbead
bead At Albany a Republican Gov Governor Governor 0evernor ¬
ernor continues his hi hew at the planks planksof
of bllparts his partys platform platfo nn and here in New NewYork SewYork NewYork
York your own Tammany Hall has won wona
a victory which causes the faithful to towonder towonder towonder
wonder who and when bem is l the gainer gainerLaughter gainerLallghter gaInerLaughterl
Laughter LaughterHe i
He feared did Mr Rogers of Bing
bamton ham ton that this was becoming an age ageof ageof II
of brosa bra sounding brass The limes limesseemed IhnMeeemed timesseemed
seemed to lack lackthe the saving grace of sweet sweetand IIweelIInd sweetand
and reasonable charity Men judgedloo judged
too harshly and punished too ruthlessly
be thought thoughtMr
Mr Rogers rathored surprised the hotel hotelmen holl1men hotelmen
men by Baying that he hoped President PresidentTaft Pl PresidentTaft MidentTaft
Taft would pardon Charles W V Morse Morsowhom Morlteowhom Morsewhom
whom he characterized as the plucky
little man who baa abundantly atoned atonedWilliam atonodWilliam I
William S Witham Wit ham who come from At Atlanta Atlanta ¬
lanta Ga gave them a few samples of ofmagnolia ofmagnolia I Imagnolia I
magnolia oratory New NewYork York hotels can put putup putup I
up feast that would make Mark Antony Antonyand I Iand
and Cleopatra feel they had been wasting wastingttielr wastingtheir
their time in a quick lunch house said aaldMr saidMr I
Mr Wit Witham ham and the mellow glow of ofold ofold ofold
old Roman lamp amps had nothing on the theelectrical theelectrical I
electrical device that illuminate and andornament andornament andornament
ornament hotel table in I Ihlll hi ace The Thenext fhenOlt ftmenext
next luxury that the hotels will have to toprovide 10proYide muprovide
provide for their gue guests t said Mr II Witham Wilhamill
is an aeroplane landing place on the th roof roofHe roofHe roofHe
He could see the time when supper par partie puIIIs parties
tie would drop down to the roof of the theWaldorf theWaldorf theWaldorf
Waldorf and other hotels and nd think no nomore nomore nomore
more of it than landing at the front door doorin
in an automobile automobileAfter aUlomobileAfter automobileAfter
After Job Hedges lIed es had poked fun at Sim Simand 8imand Simand
and growled pleasantly for a quarter of ofuri of1m ofan
uri hour Mr Ford turned them out outTHIRTEEXKRS OlltTill outTIlIIfrKlWkRs
THIRTEEXKRS Till RTEE1 IlS FOK HOWEV HOWEVThe 11011 EX EXThe
The Club Hears Some S me View 1 on the he Votes Votesfor Yoteafor ott ottfor
for Women oml Idea IdeaTime IdeaTime IdeaTime
Time only will wl willtehjhhether tellwhether tho cause causeof caueof causeof
of woman suffrage ha h 8 been pushed for forward forward forward ¬
ward several It severs veral milestone or set back backas
as II many centuries by being made the thesubject theubJect thesubject
subject of discussion at a the twenty twentyeighth twentyelgllth twentyeighth
eighth anniversary banquet of the Thir Thirteen Thlrt Thirteen ¬
teen t n Club which was held last night at the theHotel theJotel theHotel
Hotel Majestic MajesticTho
Tho Thirteen Club I Ie an organisation organisationof
of men and for men but there were at atleast atleMt atleast
least six women at every one of tho thir thirteen tblrt thirteen ¬
teen t n tables and thirteen women did some somesort somosort somesort
sort of stunt IItUr t under the big black urn umbrella urnbrellaa urnbrellas ¬
brella which stood like sentinels at the thebead thehead thehead
head of each festal board boardExComptroller boad boadExComptroler boardEzComptroller
ExComptroller ExComptroler Metr the outgoing outgoingchief outgoingchief outgoingchief
chief ruler rlerlnBlsed Insisted that the formal forl recog recognition rcol recognition ¬
nition of the fight fght for franchise franchl by a club clubthat cillbthat climbthat
that stood ll for the casting caltlnR off ol of ancient ancientsuperstitions ancientsupllltlUon ancientsuperstitions
superstitions supllltlUon wa aa I good go an indication indicationas Indoton
as 1 any fair minded minde person pln needed nede that thatpolitical thlt thltpolitcl thatpolitical
political politcl emancipation emancipton for the fair fall sex sexWBH Mx Mxwal sexwas
was wal If I not In sight at least just Jut around aroundthe arund arundthe aroundthecorner
the thecorner thecornerAs corner cornerAs corn9rA
As A for the women themselves tbem lvNl they theyalmost theyalmost theyalmost
almost forgot for Rot the main issue t8ue In their theirshivering theirIhlverlng theirshivering
shivering delight over the souvenirs souvenirsThere aouyenlrsTher souvenirsThere
There Ther were the skeletons Ikfletonl In monkish garb garbholding grb grbholdlnlt garbholding
holding candle cndlo of real devil devll hue hu and andthe andtbe andthe
the skull skul and cross cro8 bonus bnM stick pins In Inpearl Inparl inpearl
pearl and gold to say nothing nothlnA of the theminiature theminiatur theminiature
miniature miniatur parl coffin In which the Ice Ics were wereserved wr wereserred
served servedThe Mred serredThe
The Ice cream crem which came later lter wa wacalled Wlcled wascalled
called fantalsie fantsl le au craln de mort mor and andwaa andwu andwas
was cled mouledd mouled into the classic cllo skull and andcroesbone andcrObne andcrosabone
croesbone crObne design deign The grand climax climaxwaa
was w reached rche when whenl just before bfore the speeches speechecommenced SphM SphMcmmenc speechescommenced
commenced the lights I ght were wer turned turn down downand downand downand
and cmmenc a procession of waiter entered enteredbearing ntred ntredbrng ntsredbearing
bearing brng proon chocolate cholat cake cke decorated decorted with withthirteen withthrn withthirteen
thirteen thrn candle cndle the ever recurring recurng skull skulland Dul skulland
and bone bone and huge 13s Ruler Meta Metishad Metahad Metshad
had a gavel avel formed ore of the silvered silveredbone sliveredbone lverl
bone of some Ime < bygone desnrver drer of a with withheld withheld wIthheld ¬
held fame and so 1 did Mr John Sherwin SherwinCrosby Bherln BherlnCrolby SherwinCrosby
Crosby who acted a as toast tlt mistress mistressMrs mlstrelMrs mistressMrs
Mrs Carrie Cre acte Chapman Chpmn Cult Ct Mrs Harriot HarriotHUnton HRrot HRrot8tantn HarriotHtanthn
HUnton 8tantn Blatoh the R Rv Rev v Anna Ann Shaw ShawMm 8hw 8hwMh ShawMrs
Mm Mh Frederick Frerck Nathan Nathn and Prof Frances FrancesBqulre Frncs FrncsSuire FrancesSquire
Squire Suire Potter Pottr were the speakers speakersD1CKIXSOX spkers spkersDIIISON speakersDICIiIXSON
D1CKIXSOX DIIISON RETURNS RETURXSSecretary RETURNSSerttal RETURNSSecretary
Secretary Serttal RporliCe Rtlor RepottCondhtlonaSatistlctory RepottCondhtlonaSatistlctoryIn s Codiion dltlon Satisfactory SatisfactoryIn 8altat or orIn
In Porto Rico RicoCHABLFBTOX RicoCRARLISTO RicoCflAnLVsTO
CHABLFBTOX CRARLISTO 8 C Jan 13 13Scetry 13Scetryof 13Seoretary 13Seoretaryof Secretary Secretaryof
of War Dickinson and party prty arrived arived at a atI
I oclock oclok today tody on the Mayflower Mayfower from fromHavana fromHava fromHavana
Havana Hava after a month tour of Porto PortoRico PortoRco PortoRico
Rico Rco Santo Bnto Domingo and Cuba CubaThe Cba CbaTe CubaThe
The Te Secretary Sctar Oon Clarence Clrn Edwards Edwardsand Ewardal EwardalandCo1J EdwardaanciCol
and andCo1J anciCol Col J R Keen Kfn left leCat at 4 oclock by train trainfor qaln qalnor traInfor
I
for or Washington Wahlngton Others of the party partycontinued prty pa pacontinued
continued cntnue on the Mayflower Mlyfower ejcoept ejcoeptA UOpt UOptA xoeptA
A W Biggs BUII and Caruther Car le Ewing who wholeft wholet wholeft
left for fo Memphis MemphisSecretary
let Secretary Scbu Dickinson Dlckin said eld he had found foundcondition foundcnditons foundconditions
condition cnditons In Porto Rico Ric very vsr good od All Allline Al Alllines
line lne of o trade trae showed prosperity prosperty except exceptthe excpt excptthe
the coffee clee Industry IndUtr which was Buffering Bufferingfrom sufferingfrom ufferng ufferngfrom
from the competition cmptton of Brazil Brzl and the theeffectu thf theeffecta
effectu elow of o the tariff tril Sugar RUlar and fruit fruitproduction frit fritproducton futtproductIon
production producton he said are especially epcly profit profitable prott profitable ¬
able ableHealth ablehealth
ableleth Health leth conditions ondlonsln in the te Island he said aaldwere saidwere ld ldwere
were gratifying gtfyln though tough some sme changes In Inthe Inte Inthe
the te administration amlnietrton < of sanitary nnltAr affair affairmight aalrs aalrsmlgbt affairsmight
might be b recommended recommendedThe recommende
The 1 visit to Santo Snto Domingo wa wa was made madeto
to look Into the te receivership of customs customsunder cltoms cltomsunder cnatomaunder
under United UDlt States authority authorty The TheSecretary TheSctr TheSecretary
Secretary seemed med satisfied etlfed with what he hesaw heBW hesaw
saw Sctr BW but would not discuss dllou the situation situationMr aituton aitutonMr
Mr Dickinson Dcklnn aid they the had a u pleasnt pleasntcl pleasantcall pleasant pleasantcall
call cl at Havana and found conditions cnditlona In InCuba InCub InCuba
Cuba Cub agreeable agreeableBig aable aableBI
Big BI Democratic Dtmoeraltl Gala In Querns QuernsQueen qUIfnl qUIfnlQuens QueensQueens
Queen Quens county Democrats Democat feel much muchelated mucbelat muchelated
elated elat over the tb growth of their party partyIn
In that ht borough brougb aa 1 shown ahow by the te figures figuresmado fgures fguresmade figuresmade
made public publo yesterday yeterdy by the Bureau Bureauof
of Election Eletol The total ttl registration realstraton for forthe fortbe forthe
the year yer amounts amount to 18030 II D an Increase InOres of ofMO
2400 MO over Ian lu year yer The total enrolment enrolmentor
or Democrats In the borough wan as 31868 31868of 31 11 P08 P08of
of Republicans Rpublcn 12354 13M of Independence
Leaguers Lluers 1021 101 and of Socialist BclaUs 810 810The ltO ltOThe eioThe
The enrolment erolmet of Republican Rpublics showed showedan sbowe
an increase Ince of only sixteen Ilxteen over the the prevl prevlOUByear vreyouayr
OUByear ouy8 while whie the Democratic octlo enrolment enrolmentwaa erolmet erolmetwal pre
was wal Increased Ince by b 9200 82 The Te Indepen n ¬
dence League gue enrolment rllOt fell off 01 G Gt tOO 00
I4
MADRIZ ARMY ARYOUTNUMBERED ARYOUTNUMBEREDCI1tlWlfItt OUTNUMBERED OUTNUMBEREDCHAMOItnO OUTNUMBRED j jcliuwmlO
CHAMOItnO EXPECTS EXIIClS IT l TO ll RE RETffMT RP RlfTIttT
TffMT TI1ftT ON MAXAtllA MAXAtllAKstrailUt IIANtJt IIANtJtBstrt 11L4tGr4Estramilt
KstrailUt Force I orle 1 h 3OOO 30 Hllh ltl ithi Well WeiManned Welltisnneti 11
Manned GUns < uns lnlo tollsZOOO to Il Its 2O8tratftle 2O8tratftleNurprlle 2000Strategic 2000StrategicNurprise HlratrRlc HlratrRlcsurprise
surprise l blnlurthAmerlCn blnlurthAmerlCntllrrtl b > > Inturxrnti InsurgentiAmerlean American Ar Artillerists ArI ¬
tillerists tllrrtl I liirrlslongrcss Congress onErel Wont Interfere InterferefSprela Intlrrtre81rlal InterfereSpecial
Special Mb ra l Dripntch Dtpatrl to I TUB TB SOX SOXBiuFrlKios SUN CuzBLualzLus
BiuFrlKios LUFWIUI Jan 13 by wireless to toColon toCulon toColonSecretary
Colon ColonSecretary Secretary 8eretry of f State Stte Diaz has re received recived recelved ¬
ceived cived a message mesgo from Gen Chamorro Chamorrodeclaring Camor Chamorrodeclaring
declaring that tht he believes belevell Oen Vaiquez VaiquezIn
In command of the Madrlz lldrlz troops at atAcoyapa atcorap atAcoyapa
Acoyapa corap Is preparing prparlnl to fall back bck to towithin towithin towIthin I
within a few miles mlel of Managua and give givefight givefght givefight
fight fght there rather rther than at the point where wherethe wberetle wherethe I
the tle two armies are lined up upThe upfhe upThe
The mobilization moblotlon of the provisional provisionaltroops proyl provisionAltroops lonl lonltroop
troops troop has ha been completed Three Thr thou thousand tbouMnd thousand ¬
sand men under Indlr the tll standard of Estrada Estradaare Ftrda Ftrdaare
are aligned for combat They have haveeleven haeeleven haveeleven
eleven Held leld pieces under the direct dllt com command command cornmand ¬
mand of the Americans Amerlcn whose aim worked workedsuch worke workedsuch
such deadly havoc lao among the enemy at atKecreo atRereo atRecreo
Kecreo Rereo Vasquea has ha less than 3000 3000troops 20 2000troops
troops troop to resist relll t the advance of the pro provlslonals prollloMls provisional
visional vlslonalsApparently visionalApparently llloMls
Apparently Apparenty the tb weakness of the Madrle
army ari armyia is II the condition Cnditon on which Chamorro Chamorrobasis Chamor Chamorrobasis
basis bs his belief belef that Vasquez Va 4lells Is to retreat retreatIt
It Is not known here that the strength strngtb of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the provisional army has awed the Madrlz Madrlztroop Madriztroop ldrla ldrlatrp
trp troop Chamorro Cbamoro led le hln campaign to tothe tothe tothe
the west with wlb a craftiness crafnes that completely completelydeceived completelydecived completelydeceived
deceived decived his enemy enemyThe enemyTbe enemyThe
The movement 10Vemlnt of the troops that cui culminated cuimlnat1 cuiminated ¬
minated mlnat1 yesterday yp terday in their concentration concentrationat concentraton concentratonat
at Acoyapa Acoyap began hgan hero three weeks eks ago agoTho agoTho agoThio
Tho army was moved In three thro corps corpsChamorro corpaC1moro corpsChamorro
Chamorro C1moro lod the main division dllllon of 1000 1000men 10 1000men
men up the Siqula River Gen Mena MenaEl MenaFI
El FI Tigre do la Montana with wih another I
1000 0 men went WPlt up lp the Kama Rma Riser ur while whiletho wble wbletho whilethe
tho third division dhislonlnder under Mauls Mali and Correo Correowent Correowent Correowent
went up lp the valley valey of the MIco 1lco River RiverThn RiverTIm RiverTue
TIm march was comparatively comprtvely easy easyand fUYand easyand
and foraging was plentiful plentful so that the thethree thethre thethree
thre three commands II arrived ready redy for battle battlen btle btleIn
In n practically practllaly us good condition condiion an al they theyeft tbeylef theyleft
left lef this place placeWABUINOTON placeWABUINOTON place1VA8UROTON
WABUINOTON Jan 12 12The Tho resolution resolutionecently relloluton rellolutonrfenty resolutionrecently
recently rfenty Introduced Introuc6 by ly Representative RepresentativeHnlrer Heprenttve Heprenttve8ulor
Hnlrer of New York directing dlltlng the Presi President Pre President l ldent ¬
dent to 0 recognbo reoltnl1o Estrada Etrd the Insurgent Insurgentleader Insurgentleder insurgentleader
leader leder as the head of the Republic of ofNicaragua ofNICfjtUa ofNicaragua
Nicaragua NICfjtUa was wa laid on the table at a ameeting ameetng ameeting
meeting meetng of the Committee Commitee on Foreign ForeignAffairs ForeignAIal1 ForeignAffairs
AIal1 Affairs today tody Little Jtte Interest Interelt In the theIntricacies theIntrCciea theintricacies
Intricacies IntrCciea of the Nicaragua NlcarjtUa situation is isfelt Istllt Iafelt
felt tllt in Congress The members of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee believe bleve In leaving leavng tho matter matterto mater materto
to the Executive ExecutivenitlTISHEIl Exeutive ExeutiveI ExecutiveIIRITIS1IEft
nitlTISHEIl llTUIIW IX THE TiE COLOXIES COLOXIESlie
I
lie le Mustnt ltl1t lip lf Arrogant rroSlnt Writes Wrlts Lord KordIt Ior Lorditoberts
It 10brtl itoberts ourrt to Schoolmasters Schoolmastersptnal Schoolmalterlpial
< ptnal > pial CuBe Cab Drifalclfta THB T Sux SuxIx SCI SITh1xno
Ix lson 1xno > suoK Jan 11 D1t At todays tooys session sessionof eulo
of the annual conference conferenc of headmaster headmasterof hedmasters hedmastersor
of English Flflllh public publc schools bol which Is being beingheld blnK blnKheld beInglucid
held in thin thl city a resolution reolution was Intro Introduced Intr Introduiced ¬
duced duc which welcomes the establishment establishmentof etablllhent etablllhentof
of the Public Publo Schools Shool League for Imperial ImperialSettlement Imperut ImperialLand
Land Settlement The resolution
Sttement roluton goes goeson K Kon
on to say that t1t the league legue is welcomed welcome be because b becatise ¬
cause cUI It purposed pur to offer oler English Egl h youths youthscareers youth youthscareers
careers crers In the oversea overse dominions of the theempire theempir theempire
empire empireThe empir empireThe
The Rev n v Herbert Jlrhfrt Branston Brnto Gray Grayheadmaster Oryhedmalter Grayheadmaster
headmaster hedmalter of Bradflold Brd old College Clege Berks Brk Berkain
I In speaking pklnR to the resolution roluton said Bld that thatowing thatowing ht htowing
owing to lack lck of organization orgnizton some of ofEnglands ofRland ofEnglands
Englands Rland worst boys bys had gone gon out and andmade andmade andmade
made the name of Englishman F llhan one of ofrather ofrther ofrather
rather rther ill 1 omen In Canada CanadaA Cnad
A lettpr was wa read rd from Lord Lrd Robert Rbe In Inwhich Inwblch Inwhich
which he cordially ordloly commended the schema schemaHe schel
He II said among other things that tht while whie In InCanada InCnada InCanada
Canada Cnada In 1908 11 he was wa surprised urrls to find findthat fd fdtht findthat
that there wore young Englishmen Egllbmen in inthat IDthat Inthat
that country who were not always alway viewed viewedwith viewedwih viewedwith
with wih unalloyed unlloye satisfaction tlsfaeton There Tere were weregrand wlreIrnd weregrand
grand Irnd careen crers opn open for Englishmen ERllhmen In InCanada InCanda InCanada
Canada Canda Lord lArd Roberta Robrs said Rid but blt It must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be remembered retembred that Canadians Cnadlana would not nottolerate Dottolerte nottolerate
tolerate tolerte airs of arrogance arroganceLOXDOX arroganc arroganc1IIO arrogance1ONION
LOXDOX 1IIO PRAISES IR4SI CAXADA CAXADAl IHJ IHJlurlers tN4ItJsurlera
l turlers 11 I I Warship Procramme Taken Takenas
as a Proof of Loyalty to the he Umpire Umpirefptcial umpireSprtal mplre5tla
fptcial 5tla CaW C4b DtipaUti Dupatll to 14 TUB Tn Sen SenLONDON S SLmmON cX cXLornoN I
LONDON Jan 13 1The 23The The naval pro proposal prof ¬
f posal of the Canadian Government Governmentare Gov rnmnt I
I are received here with wih warm approval approvalThe
The rail Pal Mall Mal Gaule Jairltr referring to Pre Premier Premier Premior ¬
mier Ijuirlers statement Itatement that Canada CanadaIntended Cnada CnadaInended Canadaintended
Intended to build buid eleven elevn warships warship says saysthis BYS BYSthis saysthis
this proposed provision is a sufficiently sufficientlysubstantial Bumclenty BumclentyIIU sumcientlysubstantial
substantial IIU btmta I addition additon to the overseas overseasauxiliaries ovetla overseasauxiliaries
auxiliaries auxiarie to be received with wlh gratified gratifiedadmiration grat gratifiedadmiration ed edadmiraton
admiration admiraton by h the old folks folk at home homeThe borneThe homeThe
The paper ppr does dot not agree nKre with Mr MrHarden MrBordln MrBorden
Harden lender of the Opposition Opplton In the theCanadian theCanadian beCnadian
Cnadian Canadian Parliament Pnrlament that this contri contribution ontr ontribution ¬
bution Is too much mlcb of nn experiment experimentThe expriment exprimenthe
The he Time in an editorial on the subject subjectparticularly subjectpartloularly ubJe
particularly partoularly emphasizes emphaize Its Ia satisfaction satisfactionover Btl fatOD fatODover
over the language of Mr Borden In sup supporting supporting supporting ¬
porting the Government Oovrnment proaasal plll It nsays Itsays
says 81 that the generous glntrous patrlotlsmgtowlng patrlotlsmgtowlngthrough ptrloU patriotism itowlnhrolgh itowln towlngthrough
through his speech s ch will wi cause cue British Britishcitizens Britsh Britshcltzenl BritIshcitizens
citizens cltzenl at home the deepest gratification gratificationThe gratfcton gratfctonThe
The Times Tlmt concludes cnolude its article artce a a as follow followThe foUow followsThe
The speeches spehe of Sir Wilfrid Wirid Laurier Iurlerandlr Laurierand LaurierandMr
and andlr andMr Mr Borden will wi dispel dlpl the craven cven de despondent depondent despondont ¬
spondent fear of some thinker on thl thllde thissIde this thisside
side who have hae been hln predicting prelctnR that the thedominion thedomlnlonl thedominion
dominion would flinch finch from frm Great Brit Britains Brit Dribsins ¬
sins aln side If I ever the day of oftrlai trial came cameCOACH cme cmeIJmnrON cameJJflIGEITON
IJmnrON JJflIGEITON COACH OACI PLANS PLAXSA ILAS ILASA
A CI VanderbIlt andtbl to PI rk a New Nt Route and andDrhe andJrlU andrlve
Drhe JrlU rlve Hit 111 Grays GraysfSptcial Gra Graptfal Graysrpecfas
fSptcial ptfal CaM C4b DespairS DUlalel to 1 THR TI Cow SimLONDON SU CowLogoo
LONDON LKDN Jan 13 UAlfre 13Alfred Alfred 0 VanderbIlt Yanderblltproposes Yanderblt Yanderbltpropol VanderbIltproposes
to coach from London Londonto
run
proposes propol r ope oe Lndn Lndnto
to Brighton this summer sumer instead Intd of two twoHe twoHe twoHe
He will wl drive drl1 himself hlm elf except excpt on Saturday Saturdayand Sturdy Saturdaysand
and Mondays when whe Mr Koch will 11 act actaa aotas actas
as whjp whjpHe wbp whjplie
He will wi again use ue last year er horafs horafswhich horseswhich horses horseswhich
which have been bon wintering winlring here and he hewill hitwi hewill
will wi also olao bring hi his grays graysHo graYI graysHo
Ho intend Intds to select selot a new route and andwill andwi andwill
will wi drive drve over every ove posilble p p llble road r before beforechoosing bfore bforechosing beforechoosing
choosing the one he will wi use useXEW Ue UeEJ useNEW
NEW EJ ROYAL ACADEMICIAN ACADEMICIAXStanhope ACADEMICIANStanhope
ACAIEJICIAN ACAIEJICIANStanhope
Stanhope Forbes ForbfI Irish Artist Artet With Wth Amen American Amerlcan Amencan ¬
can Wife fl Win 1lns Honor HonorIpectal Ilnor Ilnorptll honortpcctdt
Ipectal ptll CaMe Cah DtijxilcJi Dtptel to 1 TUB TUI Sew SewLONDON S SLKDN SowLoNDON
LONDON LKDN Jan 13 JStnhop 13Stnnhope Stnnhope Alexander AlexanderForbes Aleander AleanderForbel AlexanderForbes
Forbes has hs been bn elected a memb er of the thaRoyal theRoal theRoyal
Royal Roal Academy AcademyStanhope Acdemy AcdemyBlanbope AcademyStanhope
Stanhope Alexander Alexnder Forbes Forbe A R A Aand Aand Aand
and of the
correspondent Institute lnUtuto of
Franco Franc is an Irishman Irlbman 52 I 6 year yen 81 h is old
His father flther was wa a railroad rairod manager but
he took tok to art ar early erly in life le mnagr studying at atDulwlch atDulwlch atDulwich
Dulwlch College Cologe tho Lambeth Lmbeth School Schol of ofArt ofAr ofArt
Art Ar the Royal Jtoal Academy Schools Hbools and
Bonnats Dnnt studio In Parts Par Among AmoQghl hi his hisbeat
beat bt known picture plctlr are The Fish Flh Bale Sle
The Village Vilg Philharmonic Phlbnonlo The TheHelth TheHelthof Health Healthof Helh Helhof
of the Bride By Order of the Court
Cour
The Te Quarry Q Team Tem The Th Salvation Slvton
Army Ann Forging the Anchor The
Lighthouse Lhbthou ForRlnl and an Christmas Chrltmaa te Eve Muaio Muaioand Mulo Muloand Mustoand Te
and gardening grdening are said il to be b his hi favorite favoriteamusement favoriteamument favoriteamusements
amusement amument Cornwall CornwallMr Crnwal and he lives Iv at Penzance Penanc
Mr Forbe Forb Forbess wife Elzabeth Elizbth Adela ela
U f tho daughtr daughter of William WU m Armstrong ArtrOc
or the Civil Clvl Service Srvic Ottawa Ottw She Shealso I Ialso
also alo an a artIst art She Be wae we educated Se at the I
educt te
Art Ar Student 8 jden League Lle New York Y Yokthe k tad
b hl exhibited exhiit at the Royal floys14t4em Af < ce u 7
eY
and Parti Pa Salon Io R1A j 1
9f i i
CHAMaEllLAlX BERLU IfAKXS ft5 S BRiTAIN BRITA1XShnllnMtaimnanRa BIUTUShfln BRiTAINhnlln
It ItV IR
ShnllnMtaimnanRa Shfln hnlln tsleniflSas mn8a All Al li Not Well and andUrge andUrges
Urge Ur a Tariff Tarifffotcial Tar TariffSfleclal PI11
fotcial Cec t CtVe c Dfipatth Dup lel to II Tea SUM SUMLowox SI SowLoox
Lowox L y Jan JI 13 13oeph Joseph Chamber Chamberlain CmberI ¬
lain lin the former Unionist UDlonlt leader leder who is isconfined Isconfne isconfined
confined confne to hi hi his home by b illness Ilt ha ba issued issuedon le
on the eve of election eleton on e cddres cddre to the theelector tbeelfrs theelectors
elector elfrs of Great Grt Britain Brltlo In which he hetakea hetakM hetakes
takes the gravest gravet view of the industrial industrialsituation Indutrial IndutrialItuaton industrialsituation
situation Ituaton and ad appeal nPPMI with wih prophetlike prophetlikeearncatne prophetlke prophetlkeernete prophetlikeeameetheas
earncatne ernete to the voter voter to save the thecountry tbecutry thecountry
country cutry ore It I Ii too t late lateI lt
I tell te you he says lyl among other otherthing otherthlnp otherthings
thing that It I Ie not well wel today with withBritish wih wihBritlh withBritish
British Britlh Industry Other nation nton are pro proceeding proceeding ¬
ceeding ceeln more rapidly In I progress prosl and ad pros prosperity pr prosperity ¬
perity than th we We are losing losig our com comparative cm cornparative ¬
parative prtve position pitio in the world worldMr worldMr worldMr
Mr Chamberlain Camberlai again acl submits eubmlt his hiswell hi b Is Iswall
well wel known kow pleas ple for f r a tariff tra and a con continues cn cntue continues ¬
tinues tue You have hae an opportunity opprtuity You Youwill Youwi Youwill
will wi never neTe have hTI It again apl Victories Victorie in inpolitic Inpoltc InpolItics
politic poltc are ar like lke the victories victorie of wa warThey war warThey
They Te are ar won by enthusiasm nthuslm They are arelost arelot arelost
lost lot by timidity tmidity Make Mak a mistake mitake in inlegislation InJlllalato Inlegislation
legislation Jlllalato and it cannot ct be corrected correctedmoke crt correctedmake
make mak a mistake mlke in your Imperial Impril policy policyand polO POlICYand
and ad It I I Is irretrievable irretrievableMr Irretevable IrretevableMr
Mr Chamberlain Chmbrlain appeals appl to the nation naton to
think of the future and a c picture picture the danger dangerof dnger dngerof
of the oversea overse dominion drifting dritng away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the motherland moth rland owing to tothe the latters latterevasion lattersevallcn lattersevaalon
evasion of her responsibilities reponlblte Then ThenEngland ThenEgland ThenEngland
England Egland he declare delarM will wi beoome n nfifth Rfth afifth
fifth fth rate nation naton existing on the suffer sufferunco 8uler 8uleranco stifferanco
anco of the world But we will wi not have haveit
it The Te remedy Is at hand handThere handTbere handThere
There I is even now time tme to hold for forourselves forOUNelVH forourselves
ourselves OUNelVH and our 011 people our 011 own trade tradeand tradeand tradeand
and we can hold it I against all ni fair com competition compettion cornpetition ¬
petition pettion We can extend exnd our trade In Inur Inour inour
our > ur best bet markets with our best friends friendsWe frlendl friendsWe
We can benefit beneft them in trading with wih them themwhile tbemwble themwhile
while wble they can give ua u reciprocal recprocal advan advantage advantage advanhuge ¬
tage in the preference which they give
for or our manufactures manufacturesBy manufacture
By these thee means Mr Chamberlain Chmberlain would wouldiromote wouldpromote wouldpromote
promote a commercial union leading leadingto
to that federation federaton of free nations nntonB which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would enable enble u us to prolong in the te ages agesto agesto agesgj
to gj come cme all al the glorious alorlou tradition traditol of the thoBritish thf theBritish
British race raceSLAMMED ra ranurvlw raceSL4IIMII
SLAMMED II I 131 I 4 CJIVT I tT ir41 ir41Patsrncrr J4II J4IIrathltr hI4E hI4EPassengers
Passengers rathltr Hurl on the KaUerln KaUerlnIctorla Klfrln tuiguste tuigusteYletorlaWilul llt llt1orla1Id
1orla1Id Ictorla Wllil Atlantic Atante Weather TlealhrrSprtlal Weathersjecfal eahertJpuial
Sprtlal Cabti Cab Dnpalch Dpalrl to t TH TUI Tea Sen SenPLYMOUTH S SPLTUOUH SCzPLYMOUTH
PLYMOUTH PLTUOUH Jan 13 13Tle 13The The Hamburg HamburgAmerican HamburgAmerican HamburgAmerican
American Line steamer Itemer Kaiserin Auguste Augusterictoria AueuteVictoria AugusteVictoria
Victoria from frm New York arrived here hereoday heretoday heretoday
today after afer the most violent passage passagen palBe palBeIn
In n her captains experience She en encountered encountued encountered ¬
countered a gnle which lasted seven sevenday sevendays evendYI
day dYI accompanied accompanie by tremendous tremendol seas seasA B8 seasA
A giant wave boarded brded the steamer steameryesterday steamerye6terdsy temer temeryeterday
yesterday yeterday carrying caring away a large part partof prt prtof partof
of the rail rai on the upper deck and throwing throwingnany throwingtan throwingmany
many tan passenger pengers from their feet fet Some Someof Rro Rroof
of those tboe thrown throw were Injured InjuredA Injue
A Spanish Spnlsb steamer was wa sighted Ighle yea yeaerday ye yesterday
erday lying almost almot on her beam bm end endThe end endsThe
The Kaserin Kerln August Augut Victoria signalled signalledoffering signalledoffering lgal d doffering
offering help but no noanawer answer an wer was made madeA rade radeA
A despatch dopth received r yeste rday ry from fromMymoutb fromPlyotb fromPlymouth
Plymouth Plyotb England El told of the Ham HamurgAmerican Ha HamburgAmerican
urgAmerican brAmeric liner lier EaUerin Kaleri Auguste AugusteVictoria Augu AugusteVictorias te teVicr
Victoria Vicr experience experec She Bh had a distin distinguished distn distnlishe diatinguished ¬
guished lishe company cmpy of Americana America on board boardAmong boardAmons boardAmong
Among the cabin cbi passengers pgers were we Alfred Alre
0 Vanderbilt Vanderbit Mr Jlrs George Law lw Al Hay Hayman Hayma Hayman
man ma Mr and Mrs Milton Mit Henry He Abrahm Abraham Abra Abralam
hm ham lam Er longer ErLge and Mr and ad Mr lr D R RHanna R HIlanna
Hanna lln Capt Cpt Rueaer Ruer was wa reported rpr aa aasaying a asayig assaying
saying sayig that the trip wa wa the roughest roughestIB rougbetbe
be IB had h ever made madeAll nde ndeAU madeAll
All the liner lie coming cmig this thi way breast breasting bret breMtlug ¬
lug 1 the bad b weather ether a a as a rule rle are a from fromtwo fromtwo fromtwo
two to five fve day dy late Thg Th Cunarder CunarderLuslUnUi Cer CunarderLuaitania I
LuslUnUi Lltnl which usually Uuly sb01 shows up off offthe ot offthe
the lightship Igbtshlp on Thursday night may maynot maynot maynot
not be b in I until tUI tomorrow tomor morning The TheAmerican Te TeAmeric TheAmerican
American Americ liner lie St Louis IAlls running rnig tem temporarily t tporriy ternporarIly ¬
porarily porriy on ohe the SouthamptonQueena SouthamptonQueenaown ButbmptonQuen ButbmptonQuentow
own tow route and ad due here in normal weather weatheron wether wethero
on Wednesday Wenedy will wi not get In I until uti this thlmorning thi thismornIng
o
morning The HollandAmerica HoildAerc liner linerotedam lne linerPotadam
Te
momlnl
otedam due yesterday reported herself herselfby herl
yNteny
by wireless wlrel6 yesterday yewdy morning mornlt rpre 708 70 mile mileeast In mIleseast lE
east et b of Sandy Bdy Hook Hok bucking buckig strong strongnortherly Btrog Btrognorerly strongnortherly
northerly wind and seas seasCapt seascapt e
norerly Capt Prehn P wid of the North Norh German Lloyd Lloydliner LloydIDe Lloydline
liner Cpt Prin Friedrleh Frlerleh Wilhelm Wihelm coming comingthl cming cmingthl
Pa
this thl IDe way wy and ad steering str partly prly with her twin twinscrew twinIrS twinscrews
screw because bul of broken steering strg gear gearold ger grtold
told IrS his agent agnt by wlrel wlrl wireless yesterday yesterdaythat etery eterytat
that he h would wOlld be b in I port on Sunday Suy morn morning mornIg mornbig ¬
tat big Ig He said sid It I would pr take tke three thr days dy to tomake tomake tomake
make repair to the steering atrng gear eer which whichwill whichwi whichwill
will delay replM the ship shp two days 8 so o that t tft t she sbewi shewill he hewill
te
will wi wi not nt be able to call sU for Bremen Breme until untilThursday ut untilThursday
Thursdy Thursday morning morningTunnuLEST morig morigTlnnUrET morningTJRDULENT
TunnuLEST TlnnUrET sr SIt srtNiSil AXIS 11 it SOLDIERS SOLDIERSKIcU
HicK I at a Mrlllla McllllaRewatdlCaUSesfltsmlsIl McllllaRewatdlCaUSesfltsmlsIlof 1lla Reward Rewar CaniMDUmltial CaniMDUmltialof Canle Dilmilal Dilmilalor
of Madrid CaptainGeneral CaptainGeneralSptcial Cptalamerl CptalamerlIpeMI
Sptcial IpeMI CaNt C DlipaltH Dlpalrl to THB TI SUN SUNMADJUD 5 CowMaoniD
MADJUD 1IDIID Jan J n IS 1118 lsSome Some four fou hundred hundredCaptains hundre hundredCaptains
Captains Cptains and lieutt lieutenant who were not notamong notamong notamong
among those tho who received rive award awar for forheir forthei fortheir
In the Malllla campaign campaignwent
heir thei servIces elos 111 cmpaig
went last lst evening eenlg to the office omc of the theCorrenponitncia theCoe theCorreapondeneia
Correnponitncia Coe MUtter Miror where they nols nolsly nollly noisily
pncnno
ly ly cheered cbfr and otherwise otherle exptsp eztddapprovat xpresifedp xpresifedpproval
proval provl of an article aricle In I the paper ppr severely aeverelycriticising lerely lerelyclUcllng severelycritIcIsing
criticising clUcllng the award awardThere awr awardsThere
There Ther wa w was a sequel Mu1 today t when Gen GenLuque On OnLuque GenLuque
Luque MlnUter tllt rof ol War dismissed dimisse sum iiuramarily lum lummuly summanly
manly muly the CaptainGeneral CptlnDorl of the ladrld ladrlddistrIct Madrid Bfadrlddistrict MadriddistrIct
district and all al the Colonels Colonel whoso who Cap Capam Capal Captabs
tabs am al and lleutenanU Ueutent were concerned Corne In Inhe Inthe Inthe
the he demonstration demonstrationSharp demotrton demotrtonBhr demonstratiOnSharp
Sharp Bhr military mitar correction crto awaits awais the thedemonstrators thedemonttor thedemonstrators
demonstrators demonstratorsREPRESSIOX demonttor demonttorn demonstratorsREPRESSION
REPRESSION n I1EStIN FOR INDIA 1XDIANew INDI INDINt INDIANew
New Nt Hevelatleni ReTlatel of HMItlon 8fIUoDoelhe 8fIUoDoelheMflrN tditiontoercl Coerclte CoerclteMeisurr a a31e1sureI
Meisurr MflrN for 11011 Whole Bmplre BmplreSptctal BmptreSIrc1 Hmplrepccat
Sptctal SIrc1 Cabtt Cd Dtipattb Dlp rl to THB Tt SUM SUMBOMBAY SUi CmiBoMBAY
BOMBAY Jan Ja II 11ln In consequence cnseuence of
the continued cntnue revelation relatons of sedition seditionand loltlon loltlonand seditionand
and of the te propaganda propgada of violence loleno the theOovemment theOyeent theloverumentof
Oyeent Oovemment of India Inda has h extended exlnde the therepressive tberepriv therepressive
repressive repriv measure reur already alrM operative operativeIn oprative oprativeIn
In ome province proTine to t the whole country countryCOXS countryCONSUIS countryCONSULS
COXS CONSULS VIS3 SON PRO DROW WXED WXEDKlnard WXEDKiziard ED EDKinard
Klnard Henry Ilal MetUten Moen Victim Ietnl of foalIng DoallniAccident DoatDS DoatDSAoldMt foalIngAccident
Accident AoldMt at St CEllo Maloj Inalo1Je1 CEllo3pictdi
1Je1 3pictdi j > efel CaM Cal Diipatc DUJftel to TOM 1 SUN SUNST SI SowSt
ST BI Maw 31 France Frc ranoe Jan 13 nKlnrd nKlnrdHenry 13Elnard 13ElnardHenry Klnard KlnardHenry
Henry Moulton eon of Raymond Ryond 1out 1outon Mout Moutton M cut cutton
ton on American Americn consular cnlar agent here her wa wadrowned 11 11drowne wasdrowned
drowned drowne today ty while whie boating btng in the theroadstead theroadstead herod
roadstead roadsteadHOLLAND rod roadsteadIIOLL4N1J ted tednOLI4N
HOLLAND FOR FOi AKniTttATlOX AKniTttATlOXBtrengly AR AROITR4T10VStrongly rRtTI rRtTIBtrusl
Strongly Supports 8upr American Proposal Popoul for fora
a peantt Permanent Court Courtaptciii Coarrd Court3pcfaJ
aptciii rd Catlt Diifatth Dllaltl t Tax Ta arx arxTHB ST CrieTsx
TaB UAODB HjQla Jan 13 nI 13It It I Ii understood understoodthat understoo i ithat
that tht Holland Holand strongly trool support supprts America Americaproposal Americ Americaproposal
proposal propl for the establishment etabllhment of a perma permanent prma prmanent ¬ I Inent
nent arbitration court courtIloipllal courtlolpUal CourthIospi1l
Iloipllal lolpUal Superintendent 8uplrlaeadet Blamed BlamedThe BlamtdThe fllaniedThe
The hospital hopl tal committee eommle of the t e EMOX EMOXCounty Fex FexCouty EssexCounty
County Board Bor of Freeholder Freeboller which In Investigated Invtpt inveatigated ¬
vestigated vtpt the condition cdiio at the County
Hospital HopltAl for the te Insane Ine yesterday eterdy after afternoon aftr aftrhO afternoon ¬
noon hO filed fe IU It report repr The Te report port says 1 that thatthe thatthe
the he committee comitt w wa forced for to the conclu conclusion conclusio conchplea ¬
plea sio that tbUbe the responsibility re n lblttor for the situ situation situties ltust0 ¬
ties recta rts with the superintendent Dr
t0 eeupentndet
Daniel Dlel M Dill Di T The lb committee coouDltt advlaes adviestht
aTls
that t ha beb be placed plc on o trial til In order that tht he hemay heI hema
may I ma have hn a chance to put In a orer defence defeO
The n 1 a board b cc eeneurred uaaauaoualy ulOI J In
the te report aM dietod dIeote4tbe tb te hospital tt1 oom oomwlttee oo ooe I
wlttee l e to prefer r 4rMv actat a asi Dr
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FEDERALINGORPORATIONPLAN FEDERALINGORPORATIONPLANttATox FEDERAL IN INCORPORATION CORPORATIN PLN PLNUUIISTl11O PLAN PLANtIMIXISTRt7IOV
UUIISTl11O tIMIXISTRt7IOV ttATox HILL 111 XKAIILV XKAIILVCOMPLETED 111 111I tIiI tIiIa tIiIMay
COMPLETED COMPLETEDMay I a lI Tl I I1lale
May 1lale He tH h I en 11 to Congress c fnlrr Nel n et Merk nefkllt nefklltItlll eck but butIts butII
Its Itlll II Isssaec aEe at Till SessIon Is I I Uoubtlul UoubtlulChnrlrrs loubtluhChinrlrni oubtul oubtulChnrtr
Chnrlrrs ranted 4rantld Under t ntrr It I Cannot CannotHe CannotII
He II Inrfrllnl Iorfrl Ill I b > y Order Urtrr of the hue Courts CourtsWASHINCITON COlrt COlrtWUllSITN CourtsVAsiirnvoN
WASHINCITON WUllSITN Jan ir lThe Tho Adminis Administration Administration s strton ¬
tration trton measure mOUure providing for the incor incorporation Incorprton moorporution ¬
poration prton of those thoe concerns concen which arc en engaged engag engaged ¬
gaged in Interstate commerce cmmerco which was wasdrafted wa wasdrafted
drafted gag draft by AJAorneyGcneral A Wickenham Wickenhamwith Wickershm Wickershmwltb
with the aid of Secretary Nagel Najel of the te De Department De Dcpartment ¬
partment prtment of Commerce and Labor Lbr the thePresident thePrsident thePresident
President Prsident and Senator Sentor Root Rot and which whichwas wich wichwa whichwas
was wa mentioned mentone in n Mr Tufts Tafs special pclld mes message me mcisage ¬
sage BIO lost week is l now almost complete completeThe omplete ompleteThe comheteThe
The AttorneyGeneral AtorneyOeneral said last nIght nightthat I Ithat
that the bill bi was wa in its II second snd revise revia anc ancthat and andthat nd
that It would not 10t be finished fnlsbed In all al minor minordetails minordetail minordetails
details detail until Intl next we wek > k at which time tie it itprobably itprobably
probably Would be given to C Cngress Cngressthrough ingress ingressthrough > gres
through throujh members of either eiher house houl who whowould whowould whowould
would have the Administration backing backingIn bking bkingIn
In the fight fltht for its passage passageEven paage paageEVln passageEven
Even EVln those who aro concerned directly directlyIn direty diretyIn
In the perfecting perfectnc of the bill bi have admitted admittedthat amitted amittedthlt admittedthat
that it Is most mOlt radical radical It was WI pointed pointedout pointe
out however that while whie undoubtedly undoubtedlythe undoubtely undoubtelythe
the measure m0ure would wOlld work wol to the advantage advantageof
of big corporations Corpratlona it would also al8 work workto wor
to the advantage advantge of the Government GovernmentA
A high authority Isj I responsible respnsible for the thestatement thestt thestatement
statement stt ment that in case cse the Government Governmentwins
wins the suit against Jlie Standard Oil OilCompany Oi OilCompany
Company ComJny and th the tobacco obac trust such a ascheme ahere ascheme
scheme here of Federal tederll incorporation incorpraton will wi be beabout b beabout
about abut tho only resource relrco left to those thos con concerns coho cohocern concorns ¬
corns cern since dissolution dllolutloll would face them themotherwise thenotherwi theniotherwise
otherwise otherwiseIt otherwi
It has his been bon asserted 8 erted by close coio friends of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the President Hint he did not expect this thisbill thisbi thisbill
bill bi to become b ome law tit lt this session les don of Con Concress ConIrelll Congress
cress Irelll Influential 1IIIentiai members merbera of Congress ollgreu
have told him It was said sid that such a ameasure nmOure ameasure
measure mOure will wi require reqllrf a lot of debate dehat and andconsideration andconsideraton andconsideration
consideration consideraton before lefOo it la II placed on 01 the thestatute thestatlte thestatute
statute statlte books booksIt bookIt
It has been the Presidents PresldEnts Idea Ide how however howfver however ¬
ever fver that ho can 1 get the reforms provided providedfor provide
for In tho bill bi before the country only
through mtch ch discussion dllcllslon It In Congress CongressAt COlgOI
At the next ntit session 85110n prol probably ProballyItaa > ablyit It was WI Bald Baldthe saidthe ld ldthe
the bill bi can l bo > o put JII through throughCharters thlolgh thlolghCharer throughCharters
Charters Charer granted rAltp under ln el the proposed proPOed I
law cannot cnnot tw touched tOlcle t by > y tile he courts conrs but blltCongrf butCongress butCongresM
Congress Congrf alone hall have the power to tocautte tocaWe tocause
cause caWe forfeiture forfeitur Thin Chlt provision prvl lon was wa put putin putII putIn
II in the bill bi because lecl16 the courts curtl have held heldthat heldht heldthat
that ht a charter clarter is property propry and cannot CAUlot be betaken b betaken
tken taken away by the courts Legislation Legislationtherefore lgl8latlonhere Legislationtherefore
therefore here fore would wOlld l he > e necessary necMsry to 0 punish punishan puleh pulehan
an offending olendinlt corporation corporationThe corprton corprtonThe
The Commissioner Cmmillsioner of Corporations Corporatons is to todecide todecde todecide
decide decde aa to the issuance of a Federal Feerl char charter chr charter ¬
ter 11 and If ho finds fnds the applicants applcnts have hve not notcomplied Dotcmpled notcomplied
complied cmpled with the law he may refuse refuo to tossue to toiauelt toissue
issue iauelt it Otherwise ho is compelled cmpele to give givethe givehe givethe
the he charter to those tl0 applying
No company with wih loss 1f than thln SIOO Si 160000 160000capital onoo onoocapital
capital cpitl compny stock stok can cn incorporate under this thislaw thi thislaw
law but but there H I no maximum mximum capital capitallock cpital cpitalstock capitalstock
stock named All letock stock is I to be Issued fume for forcash forO forcash
cash O h but property proper lny may Iw t secured lcur by bystock bystock bystock
stock at It a value to be made by the Com Commissioner Commlloner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner missionerEvery mllonerEver missionerEvery
Every Ever corporation corprntfn is required requir under underthe undertbo underthe
the bill bl to make a report re rt to the bureau bureauof buru buruof
of corporations crporton within wltbi sixty days after afterJanuary afterJanuary afterJanuary
January 1 of each ech year yer of Its condition conditionat oondlton oondltonat
at the clone clO of business bulne on December DmbrU DmbrUof 31 31of Stof
of the th preceding pring year This report rpor is isdesigned I Isdesigned
designed deile to secure eule the publicity publiiy which whichthe whIchthe whichthe
the Government Ooverment wants Hplal report reportmay repor reportsmay
may my be b demanded demnde from frm time tme Spll to 0 time tie by byho bythe bythe
the Commissioner Commlloncr and a penalty pnalt of ItO 100 100for 100for
for each ecb day dayattchl attaches to failure faiure to comply complywith cmplywih complywith
with this
wih provision provisionMA provlalonAII provision11A1fl
MA 11A1fl AII UK ABlE AR A AX AMER1CAX AMER1CAXHe UIEICA UIEICAIl
He Il Talks New cw York Orkllu pur After tft 14 14 Months MonthsIn IonthlIn
In Hills HII Inland 1lanl Hospital HospitalEllis lollpUal lollpUalElli HospitalEllis
Ellis Elli Island l land has hs released its Is most mot at attractive attcive attractive ¬
tractive tcive little Itto prisoner prs mer who broke all allrecords al allrecords
records rrdl by spendingayearandtwomonths spendingayearandtwomonthsn andigayearandtwomonth
In n the hospital hopltal He le was under treat treatment trestment treatrnent ¬
ment for ringworm rngwor of the Ue scalp sclp a a con conagious cn cntagious contagious
tagious disease disso which hleb debars debarsImme imme immediately Immediately ¬
diately diatly the usual usul immigrant Immignt Rut Able AbiePotman AbleRotman Ableflotman
Potman aged I t is non noV usual usullmmlgrnt usullmmlgrntle immigrant immigrantHe
He le came cme hero with his hi father and mother motherand motherand motherand
and two older brothers in November lovtmbr
1908 The others wore oil al in fine fne condi condi4on conditon condition
4on 19 and were permitted pennlttd to t go their theirway theirway theirway
way ton to St Louts Lui Able ble was WIS debarred debarredprovisionally debr debarredprovisionally
provisionally His Is parents prnts were wer told toldhat tld tldtht toldthat
hat the law made it Impossible Imp0ible for the theIttlo theItlo thelittle
little tht fellowthen less le8 than 5 and a prattler prattlerof pratter pratterof pratt her herof
Itlo
of Yiddish only cal to accompany acompay them but butthat butthat
that if her husband husbnd agreed to pay 75 7 cent centn cnt cnta centsis
agr py
n tht day for his treatment trtment and board br in the thelosnital thehopital thehospital
hospital hopital he would be b sent to her cured curedAW cur curedAbIa
AW case did not yield to treatment treatmentuntil tmtmentunti treatmentuntIl
cs
until about a month ago Meanwhile Meanwhileanxious Monwhle Monwhleandoull Meanwhileanxious
abut
anxious unti inquiries Inquiris came cme every week from fromIOU
1011 Middle street strt St Louis Luis where the theHotmans theIotmans theitotmans
Hotmans are doing a nice nlo little litle business businessthat buslnels buslnelsthat businessthat
that Iotmans made it easy for them to put up 75 75CCAbielwas 7 75cents
cents a day dayAble dayAble
CCAbielwas cnt Able was wa abnormally ahnoraly cheerful chNrful Maybe Maybethat laybe laybetat Maybethat
that is why all ni tho nurses nurSs In the hospital hospitalwho hOpitslwho
who tat speak no Yiddish but pretty n prety good goodsort goodsort oo
sort ort of pk American merlcn Including tncuding the Idioms of ofthis ofthie ofthis
this neighborhood took so 0 large and andstfcroKaloda andalRrgan andsggrogaleta
stfcroKaloda nelthbrho a fancy to tohim him Ho II soon llon almost almostonto Alm almoetforgot t trorgot
alRrgan < other languageexcept languageexcept
forgot onto there was any language I
except e the ho lingo lngo of the hospital hOpitl nurses nurseslt nurss nurssfe nursesHe
He lt > talked pt exclusively excushely in In that tt when hen ho gave gaveall Ive Iveal gaveall
all fe his aproned aprne1 mothers mothel goodby 5oob on oniVednosday onVednoaday
al Wedn8da iVednosday and went down to 8t Louis Loumlwith Lull Lullwih Louiswith I
with wih the Lokowskl lkowlkl family famiy which was wastravelling wastravelling
travelling that way wayAgent wayAltent wayAgent
travelng Agent Llpschitz Llphlt representing repreeentng tho He Hebrew 10 10brew Hobrew
brew Aid Society at the island saw sw the theyoungster theyoungatsrol theyoungster
youngster youngatsrol Soiety off He le was dressed drO in knlcker knlckerockers knlckerI knlckerIbokers I Ibockers
ockers and wore a smart overcoat overct and a alaucy aMUCY asaucy
bokers
saucy hat that gave himA him real rel American Americantsrvect Amercn Amercnurct Americanaspect
aspect The agent wonders if his hil people peoplewill peoplewill peoplewi
urct will recognize him after afer his hil transform transformlon transfora transforaton transformstlon
lon wi recojnlze which Ellis Els Island Islnd declares to be bestartling betartlng bestartling
startling startlingOnrnt startlingBurnt ton tartlng tartlngOnrt
Burnt Onrt Cork Show tiy b n laooe Haonne onne Women IVomrnThirty WomenThirty omm ommThiy
Thirty Thiy young younl women 10mon of Bayonne Byonne black blackened blackenlhelr blackencil ¬
ened enlhelr their face faC with burnt cork last tlt even evenng evenIng evening
Ing ng and gave a minstrel mlnstre18how show for the bene beneU blneft benefit
U ft of Bayonne Byonne gve lodge lol of Elks Miss 111s May Mayrrleld My Myrleld MayFrield
rrleld and Mrs C A Jluhlmnnn were the theend theend theend
end women The minstrels mlnltrel sang ragtime ragtimeand m tme tmeand
and sentimental l < ntmnt11 songs and told jokes jokestiaving Joke jokeshavIng
having hit A 1 local locll coloring colortf 80nfs They hey made a ahit ahit
p 1
Understand this thisthe the finest fnest garments we weknow weknow j jknow
know how to produce and that is saying sayinga
a great deal are involved in inThe inThe inThe
The January Sale of the theHighest theUighest theugliest
Highest Grade trade Suits Suit and Overcoats OvercoatsFOR
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN MENFormerly MENPorm MENFormerly
Formerly Porm rly 2500 At 1850 1850Formerly 1850Formerly 1830Formerly
Formerly 2800 < 3000 At 2150 2150Formerly 2150Formerly 2150Formerly
Formerly 3505 35o < 4000 At 2450 2450The 2450Thc 2450The
The former price and the reduced price pricemark prce prcemark pricemark
mark every garment in our entire stock stockMow stockHow stock1low
Mow could we be more liberal in our ourdisposition olr olrdisposition ourdisposition
disposition or more just in our method methodRadical mehod mehodRadicil methodRadical
Radical and Contervative Contervativemodels Contetvatv Medium anJ nJ Heavyweight Heavyweightfibrici Heavywcght Heavywcghtmoel
models moel for or Men and Young YoungMen Youn I fibrici fabrie in black blue gray grayand gryM grayMen
Men M eD in sizes 31 J z te 10 44 and mixtures mixureIIa mixtures1iadi
IIa 1iadi tC Ol t G G84S
841 Broadway at 13th St 265 Brtudway Bra ay near Chambers Cmbe St
HOSPITALS TU TO SAVE n lIONEl MOXEYIly VONEII lIONElfly
fly U Combining ComhlDIDI to Hu lu they > Their Ther Supplies SuppUrsThrough SUppUt SUppUtThrouh SuppliesThrough
Through a Central Bureau nurrauRepresentatives Durru DurruRepreenttves BureauRepresentatives
Representatives Repreenttves of the larger hoe hospitals ho hopialll hoepitals ¬
pitals pialll of tho city cty met at the Roosevelt RooseveltHospital Renlt RenltHopitl Roosevelthospital
Hospital last night and organized organizd the theitospital thehospital heIoplol
Hopitl lst
hospital Ioplol Bureau BuraU of Standards Stndrda and Sup Suplies Supples Supplies
plies pliesThe > lies
liesThe ples The bureart burel will wi establish establ h Immediately Immediatelya Immeditly Immeditlya
a purchasing agency ° and put In charge chargeof chrge chrgeof
of it a trained trie agenc buyec b er It is estimated esUmate by byMr byII byMr
Mr II Thorno Thoro treanrcr trnrr of the Presbyterian PresbyterianHospital Pbyterln PbyterlnI0pltl Presbyterianhospital
Hospital I0pltl who organised orgnize the purchas purchasng purcha
InK ng departments of The UnlonandBouthorn UnlonandBouthornPacific UnlonandButer
Pacific dprtment railroad rairod that a saving evlng of irom Irol
Pcilo 10 to 20 per cent cnt will wi be effected effet in the thepurchase thepurb thepurchase
purchase purb of hospital hopltt supplies aupplH The com committee committ cornmitten ¬
mitten mitt in charge chrge expect to employ an anexperienced anex anexperienced
experienced ex rlenc man mn expc who will wi be able by bydealing b bydealing
dealing direct dl with the producer to 0 in increase Incra Increase ¬
crease delng cra the purchasing purchlng c power ower pruor of the hos hospitals hO hoApitals ¬
pitals whloh haajately htely been bn greatly atly cur curtailed curt curtailed ¬
tailed t lied by th the high cost cot of llng llngThe livingThe living livingThe
The commitee committee consists cal of Leo lo Am Amnteln AmIteiD Amstein
stein IteiD director dIrtor of Mount Mout Sinai Sini Hospital HospitalDr Hopltl HopltlDr
Dr Thomas Thora Howell 10111 superintendent su rlntendent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New Ne York Hospital Hopitl the Rev RvOr George GeorgeF e eF
F Clover superintendent uprntdet of St Luke LukeHospital Lue s slopltsl aHospital
Hospital lopltsl Dr C Irving Iig Fisher FisheI super superintendent superintendent ¬
eupr euprIntndent
intendent Intndent of the Presbyterian Pbytrl Hospital HospitalCharles lopitAl lopitAlCrle oepltalCharles
Charles Crle B Grimahaw ormhw superintendent superintendentof suprntdnt suprntdntof
of the Roosevelt Psv lt Hospital and Reuben ReubenOBrien Rubn RubnOBrilr ReubenOBrier
OBrien OBrilr superintendent lurntfDdent of the Manhat Manhattan Mnt ¬
tan tn Eye and Ear Er Koi Uital If pkl Jtal
DR JOHXSOXS JOllSOVS DEED SET ASIDE ASIDEContejrd tSmConftd tsiinConveyed
Conveyed Conftd aluable Property In III 11 HIs Sec Second Seeend P Pond ¬
ond Wife Ue by b Mistake MistakeUric 1Ultakl 1UltaklUT1CA MistakeUvzca
Uric Jan is 13Holdig 13HoldIng Holding that Dr DrAlexander ntAlexander DrAlexander
Alexander B Johnson Johson of orNe New York city citywaa citywas citywas
was Bo busy buy with wih his forthcoming forhcomln trpAtlv trpAtlvon trt
on surgery BUrger that tbat he did not understand uderstand th thnature thnature thnature
nature of hi bl his act a when he signed elgtd H deed df of oftrust ortrut oftrust
trust trut conveying valuable valuble property pr at alIn
174 and 170 17 Geneseo Oeneso street hi II this ply city ciy
Supreme Court Justice JUtc De AngelU Anjeli has hasbanded ha hahanded I
banded hande down dow a decision setting aside the thedeed thedf thedeed
deed deedIn df deedIn
In October Ootobr 1907 lD Dr Johnson was en engaged pngg engaged ¬
gaged in I preparing prepring a work on surgery surgerythat surger
that gg tht was W8 to appear in three volumes and andso an an4so < I
so 10 de dfply deeply ply engrossed enged appr was W ho h in this that hs hsgave h hgve hagave
gave hi hI his alter power of attorney atorney nnd nndhad nnr nn4had
had gve her take tke core cre of the financial fnancial end of ofthe ofthe nfthe
the establishment MtAbllhent where they tey lived lve It Uwaa Itwa Itwas
was wa at this rime that he executed execut to his hissecond hi hissecond
second scond wife the deed de of trust trt covering coveringhi coerl
hi hi his Utica Utic property propery and some 10mI re real A I estate estateIn elate elateIn
In New York 011 ork It wan WI thought tho ht that th t It Itwa Itwa Itwas
wa wa a testamentary etamentar disposition dipition of his hisreal hi hirl hisreal
real rl ewtato tato to take effect etect after ater his death deathHe de deathRe th thHe
He didnt didt discover dlcoer hi hl his mistake mlltke until uti tm tmtried hI hatried
tried to tojget get a loan lon on hi hi his Utlca Utc real ralltatp ralltatpThe estate estatrThe estateThe
The Courts Cus decision decllonMYs says that tht Dr DrJohnson D DrJohnsons
Johnson Johona act wan wholly voluntary voluntarywithout voluntr voluntarywithout
without consideration conlderaton and and not based basedupon ba basedupon
upon any previous prvlola agreement aglmlnl No prop property property ¬
erty ery up Inoperative Inoprtve passed pM and the deed Is therefore thereforeInoperative thereCor thereforeInoperative prop
t
99th 19 ANNUAL ANNAL STATEMENT STATMEN OP OPINSURANCE O OINSUCE OPINSURANCI3
INSURANCE INSUCE COMPANY CMPAN OFNEW OF NE NEW YORK YORKHENRY YQRKHBNRY YORKHThVRV
HENRY B B STOKES STKBS President PresidentTotal Pldcnt PldcntTotl PresidentTotal
Total Totl ParneRM PyclU T PotlcyfcoMera Pollylen Stac 5a OrjaalatloH Olatol Pius PI Amount Noir NoirHeld No Nowheld
Held He F Per r Their Tir Bcaeftt Bfl BflS8
S8 8498175182 8498175182ADMITTED 8498175182ADMITTED S8f75182 S8f75182ADMITED
ADMITTED ADMITED ASSETS ASSES JANUARY lat tt 191O 191OBonds t9tononds 1910Bonds
Bonds and Stocks owned by the Company t3 3512853 JC
12aMr
Bonds and Mortgages Mor < agu first fnt lien Fire Ins on same sme 17142350 t H23 7fiM075tO 7S Oj3
Real Estate Estte state owned owed ownedimy by Company Crpany 561795900
Loans and Liens on Policies Polces in force 31039286
Cash Cah in Bank and afd on hand o 31096 78702119
Net Ne Deferred Deere Premiums and Premiums in course of collection 787011P 18392067 l 9Zti
Interest Interet and Rents Rent due and accrued accrt and nd all other assets use clecton 245001i 245001it2i2676l49 4500101 4500101LIABILITIES t5011 t50112I29j61
t2i2676l49 t2i2676l49LIAlLI7lE 2I29j61 9 9LIABILITIES
LIABILITIES LIABILITIESPolicy LIABILITIESPote LIAlLI7lEPolicy
Policy Pote Reserve Rtseryc is computed eompt b by the New York V1 Insursnee In rance Department Dellimenl 1863696300 UI6910
All other othe liabilities labitlc 32200645 32200645AMOUNT 32o 3220054IMOUNT
AMOUNT TO PROVIDE OVIDt rot AN ANY NV PO8BIOLC DIPMCCiaTION I ICIATIO OH 0 OTt4rn
OTE
LIAILITV C50000C 50 5txi0uSMOUNT 0
MOUNT UNT HELD BUBJCCT SUtECT TO CONTINGENCIES
FOB 8URVIV6RBHIP SUPIVIV IIISHIP DIVIDEND POLICIES OLCIES 1508 16GS49S l504g32g 49328 49328CONTINGENT 228579301 228579301MOUNT 228579301CONTINGENT Zi9301 Zi9301CONTINGENT
CONTINGENT RESERVE FUND 68729076
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