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tsmplrollrr nilllarat Imam Supersedes 8up rlfdN Jllm lIm In Inthe Inhl Intht
the hl New ew York otk Offices and nd Will WlI18etk Seek to laHate tone toIae
Hate ne About NO Per Crnt of t the Kv Kvprnsheness R RpfnllnlltH Epenshenes
prnsheness Amended Out of tbe Law LawEtAte Ia IaStAI Lawtatp
EtAte tatp Comptroller C Clark Williams has hastndertaken ha hatndr4k hactndrtakefl
tndertaken n the job or lopping off the thefcmr thebll theiimb
fcmr even if he cannot eradicate the tbeI theroot
I roots of the most prolific political lItical plum plvraI
1 I tree tt In the State His action boa been de depried decidfd
1 pried upon after a thorough Investigation Investigationbito
I bito the proceedings of the transfer tax taxattorneys taxIIttorntiy
1 attorneys appointed by the Comptroller Comptrollerto
to MiL a iet In the collection of the Inheritance thelnheritanoeUlel InheritanceUxes
Uxes on estates in his county count The In Investigation Ingalioo InrttigatIon ¬
vestigation galioo was as begun very soon after afterMr arterJr
Mr Jr Williams was appointed ap lntNl to succeed succeedthe
the late Charles Oaus and hAs ha just been beenroncludfd beenroncludJd beenconcludI
roncludfd roncludfdEdward roncludJdEdward concludIEdward
Edward H Fallow who as Assembly Assemblyman ¬
man from Abe Grubera district planted plantedth
th i1e plum tree ten years earn ago Is the office officeholder omceIold otliceiolder ¬
holder Iold r on whose affairs Mr Williams has hascentred hast ha hattntred
centred t the Investigation Mr Fallows FallowsrAj Fallowiaa
rAj b iaa shaken the plum tree to such effect effectthat effectIhat effectthat
that in seven years ho has gathered pick pickings pickIngs picknge ¬
ings to the cash value of approximately approximalllly1130oooNci approximatelyN
1450000 1130oooNci No N other politician p < Jltlclan in the State StateIn
I In j or out of Mr Gruboi district has re rereived rIceived received
ceived fees as valuable by half halfMr halfMr haltMr
Mr Williams has ha ataudy lIoM > Idr taken steps stepsto
to curtail Mr Fallow nativities by with withholding 1111 withbolding h hholding ¬
holding designations tr I net in Inheritance Inheritancetax
tax cases and by superseding Mr Fallows Fallowsm
in the New York omcS of the Comptrol thelamptrolors Comptroll Coin ptrol ptrolIri
l Iri ra department at 18 1 8 Broadway Allen AlleniP AllenJp
Jp iP I Hallett ft I lawyer of this city nowoc nowoccuplea now co cocuples ccJoipies
cuplea the office ot ce vacated by Mr Fallows Fallowsi
i Mr Ir Halletta official designation Is cor corporation corroration oororstiofl ¬
poration tax commissioner and it Is Isunderstood Isunderstood Isurderstood
understood that he has assisted the Comp Comptroller Complroller Comptroller ¬
troller In conducting the Fallows Fallowllnveetl Fallowllnveetlplion investi investiration inveetiftton
ration rationMr plionMr
Mr Williams in other words has gone goneat
at 8 far as a possible in shutting down on onthe onIbft onth
the th fees until action amending the law is istaken IIIAkfln istaken
taken by the Legislature Mr Williams Williamswill WllIi VIlliimswill ms mswill
will recommend such action In his annual annualleport annualreport annualiepcrt
report which will be submitted In a week weeker weekor
or ten days daysThe dAYII
I The law la as It t now stands Is I the out outrowth oulrowth outfrwth
I frwth rowth of a legislative investigation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Surrogates office of this county in inliM Int8IQ intaa
liM Mr Fallows Fall wlI who is i n son of Bishop BishopKillows Bishopfallowl Biehopiallows
Killows of the Reformed Episcopal Church Churchran
ran u k a reform member of the Legislature Legislatureihat
that year and it wan at his instance that thatcommittee thaa thatS
a committee Wail appointed app lnted to look loo into intotitravagant Inlotltravagant intotitravagant
titravagant methods of collecting oollectlnRthe oollectlnRthetransfer the thetransfer thetransfer
transfer tax by the New York Surrogate Surrogatend
nd his assistants Mr Fallows was wasmade wasmadl wasmade
made chairman of the committee committeeThe committeeTIle
The Fallows report spoke of the neceti necetil MCetlity
l lity iity of remedial rem dl l gloKtlon g Itlon In the thelnlArests thelnlArestsof Interest InterestJol InterestsJot
Jot of justice and for the public good and anddiscussed anddi5CWlaed anddiscussed
discussed soberly and earnestly the ex exceselve exlveCOllt excesaftooet
ceselve lveCOllt ooet to the Ui State of collecting the thetransfer thetrauferwea thetransfertajes
transfer trauferwea trauferweaIt taxes taxesIt
It fa IIUld said that the remedial remed lal legislation legislationras
< tie is suggested by Abe Gruber It took tookhe oookhe tookUe
he collection of the transfer tax Away nwayJrom awayti I IOm
Jrom Om th the ti NewYork New York Surrogato a Demo Demorat Demo1rat
1rat rat and entrusted It r to the State Comp Comproller Comptoller Comptollsr
roller a BotJublioan The Comptroller Comptrollermoreover ComptrollermorOver Comptrollermoreover
moreover vis V 45 vested with power wr to ap appoint RProlnt appoint ¬
point attorneys by the following section sectionla
In proceedings to which the tbe8tate State Comproller Comp CompoIrolleor Comproller
roller Is cited clteda aa a party under sections sectionsand ectlouo ectlonsand
o and so O of this article Appointment of ofappraisers ofppraleera ofppftiser
appraisers and Proceedings by Appraisers AppraisersU
Ie U authorized to designate and retain retainounsel relalnflunlfll retainnunsci I
ounsel to represent him and to pay the theMpenites theUlense thepenses
Mpenites thereby Incurred out of the funds fundsuhlch fundsothlch fundshich
uhlch may be In his hands on account o ohis of ofhi ofhis
his hi tax in any case Ir it county whero wherohe
he office of f apnvUe apl AIe Is salaried and andIn
In any fl other count ItIt lt State tate Comptroller Comptrollerball Corn ptrolier ptrolierbaIi
ball by arrant direct the Poiiur tress treaarer
rer to pay pa such expenses eS nsM out of iny funds fundst fundihleb fundshch
t hlch may be In hla hlahandl hi hands on account of ofH ofti ofkt
kt < H tax provided however that In the thejollectlon thet thejtlCctlon
jollectlon lItctlon of tax tau i upon the estates ofnon ofnonfKldent or non nonoMldent nonfsldent
fKldent t oMldent decedents the State Comptroller Comptrollerliall
hall not allow for legal service II up to anc ancDeluding and andcludlnR andS
Deluding S the entry of the order of the theSurroHHte tbeIurrollRte theurrogste
SurroHHte Ulna tbe tax a sum exceeding exceedingn es ln lnII
n 1 per tentum of the taxes and penalties penaltiesHeeled penal penaltienllected tiel tielolleced
Heeled ollecedThe nllectedThe HeeledThe
The attorneys fees provided by the law lawere lawIlre lawRje
Ilre ere S I per cent on the first 500 of an anState anlltate anstate
State IX 13 Y > per cent on the next J 19500 110O 1 1r 1 11Ir 1r
> 1Ir < r cent on tho next 160000 and onehall onehallif
if t I per cent on tho rest These fees f have haveeen haveI haveeen
> > een en cplleotible c on the appraised value of oflIe oft
lIe t rn estate of every deceased resident of ofliis ofhlll ofIiis
< liis city and on tho estate e tate of every non nonirsident nonrsldent nonirsident
irsident having property In this city cityit citytt cityr
tt > it the time of his death Mr Fallows Fallowsattorney a11owss
8 attorney began collecting tho feea feean
n the first year the reform statute was waan
n effect and with the exception of the thetwo thet theIWO
two t o years eare of Democratic Incumbency InoumbenoyIIf
IIf < > f the Comptrollers office ot oe has steadily et dlly
increased his profits In tho first few fewan fewoars fewam
oars an other attorneys got some of the theplums thepluml theplume
plums But on the inauguration of the thaute theComptroller thefste
ute Comptroller GaLls practically all allt
t > r the picking was turned over to Mr Mrallows MrAllowlI Mra1low
allows Not only wa was he appointed appointedttorney ap appointedttorney lnted lntedttorney
ttorney but he waavested waa vested with a broad broadpwer broadper broadpwer
pwer of attorney to act In lieu of the thalomptroller theI
lomptroller I in respect of the transfer transferS
li S business in this county
la 1899 and 1900 Ia the first two years yearsft
ft f the reform measure Mr Fallows Fallo was waar wasmember
r member of Assembly and did not de devole deTote deVOte
vole his entire time to the collection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fees In 1869 he got e t only tt421 tt421In 3421In
In the following year being much more moreindustrious morelduetrlous moref1dustrIous
industrious be took In m8M and then thenMt then11t thenfit
Mt able to retire from the Legislature Legislatureind
ind nd devote all his energies to tbe newly
Igallzed business His feM In 1901 1901Mounted 1001lJollnUd 1901ziocinted
Mounted to J5fll7 ml In 1003 there was waswlsht w wr wasa
r slight recession the returns drop dropping droprln dropring ¬
ping rln to J41811 t811 but the Job r5e 1e e back
1 1190 loos with IM834 S24 and brought In S70310 S70310in1804
in1804 111 lOOt J750M 75 In 1805 and 70819 In 190a 190ahe l00Grh 190he
rh he years 1007 and 1908 were ere year of ofDemocratic ofJemocratlo ofIemocratio
Democratic administration of the Comp Comptrolleor ¬
trollers office and were barren for Mr Mrall
fallows rall all le The fe fees i In those yean went wentprincipally weatrrlnclpally wenttrlncpally
principally to John 8 Jenkins who was wasappointed wasPpOtflted tI1LIIpprJlnted
appointed at the Instance of the last laatSenator Jaatt lasten1tor
Senator t nator McCarren These yean were werehowever werlI
I however quite aa expensive to the State StateMr
Mr allows bills In the first few fewBooths fewtAlonths few9onth
9onth Booths of 1000 i oo were greater than In any
1 I Devious period Figure for the entire entireCV entlroQtear entireear
Qtear < CV ear are re not avttl available ble but a conservative conservativebstimaui conservativeI conservativehtimat4I
I bstimaui puts them at more than 76000 76000n
rhe n he tow tt is i thus at least 450000 4 for the theyears
tlne > years since Mr Fallows retired from fromLegislature
tie Legislature Lrgislt Including the laattwo laattwop I two
tparR p ars of his service In the Assembly the thet
ttal t l is not far from half a million dollar dollarit
it Ilhas has b bflfn be n represented rlpr nted to Comptroller ComptrollerI
lllllmi tb that t the
I I Inheritance taxes could coulde
L Le e collect tOIIIt for at t most moatallthot t a Altfa tl ot the U cot cotf coetL
f I IJ
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i i
under a system better Insuring the State Stabagainst Stateagalnat Stateagainst
against loss lossMt JONlit loseMr
Mt Williams Is considering severe severemethods slteral slteralmethode etoramethods I
methods of perfecting the system of ap appralsal appraleal appretest
pretest and nd collection It Is probable that thahe thathe thatbe
he will recommend that the entire work worlof workof
of appraising and collection be performed performedIn
In his hi office and directly under hi Juris Jurisdiction Jurladiction jurisdiction
diction Just as when Superintendent o oBanks ot otBnks ofBanks
Banks he abolished the costly system o oprivate of ofprivate ofprivate
private receivership and Inaugurated Inauguratedsystem InauSU ated a asYltem asystem <
system of departmental business result resulting reultIng resulting
ing in a saving of more than 80 per cent centin centIn centin
in winding up the business of suspended suspendedbanks aUlpendedbanks suspendedbanks
banks Ills recommendations in detail detailwill detailwill detailwill
will not be made m de public until the sub submission lubmlll8 submission
mission mlll8 on of his report to the Legislature LegislatureIn
In the important business of appraising appraisingthe appr i tn tnthe
the estates Mr Williams has already areadjmade alreadymade alreadymade
made a change At present preaenttbere there are arcsix areab aresix
six appraisers with salaries of 4000 each eachand eacband eachand
and with authority to appoint a alAn stenographer alAnogrnpher atenographer ¬
ographer at 1500 each The appraisers appraisersare
are James Yereanoe F K K Bowers BowersWilliam BoworaWilliam owel1l owel1lWilliam
William Blau badly M Green Harvey HarveyT
T Andrews and Harold M Weeks All of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them are rI appointees designated by the theRepublican t tleRepublican e eRepubliClln
Republican organization of this county countyMr
Mr Ir Williams a decided to take those Im Important Important urnportant ¬
portant posts out of politics and the thaoffices theofficel theofllces
offices have been put In the claaslflecl claaslfleclcivil olaul olaulcivil d dcivil
civil service An examination for plaow plaowon
on the eligible list held on Saturday at attracted attraoted attracted ¬
tracted more than four hundred candi candidates CAndldate candidates ¬
dates datesMRS1MCK4V dateVWI datesIfls >
Tells T II trip Equal Fq latl Franchiser raDrhhers era What at I It Befog Befognone BelnsDone 81agDone
Done at Albany AlbanyJust AlhanyIust AlbanyJust
Just as Mrs Irs Henry Miller who was waachairman w wchalnnan waschairman
chairman of the meeting of the t Equal eEqualfranchlseo EqualFranchise EqualFranchise
Franchise Society which was held yes yesterday YNterday yeiterday ¬
terday afternoon at the Garden G rdep Theatre Theatrewas
was about to Introduce Louis Anspacher Anspacherthe
the speaker of the day Mrs Clarence ClarenceMackay ClarenceMackay ClarenceMackay
Mackay hurried from her box to the th stage stageand staleeand stageand
and announced that there was something somethingshe
she must say sayYou sayYoti y
You know kno that I have been to Albany Albanyahe
she began and that I had a talk with withGov withHughes Itb ItbOov
Gov Hughes on the subject that is 1180 so near neartq near nearour neartq
tq our hearts but perhaps you dont dontknow dontknow dontknow
know how encouraging things look for forthe forthe forthe
the suffrage cause causeGov cauleOov causeOov
Oov Hughes was so friendly and andaeemed andeeemed andseemed
aeemed so anxIous to get all the Informa Information Informat informstion ¬
tion t on I could give him concerning conceml g the theprogress theprogrlM theprogress
progress of the movement and ao did didSenator dl dlSenator dkSenator
Senator Davis It Is up to every one of ofus ofus ofus
us to let those men In Albany know that thatwe thatare thate
we e are In earnest We have allowed them themto
to treat us ullllkechildren like children for so 1 many years yearsthat year yearsthat
that thatbeydo they do not understand udultd the serious seriousness Imo seriousneasof ¬
ness ne neasof of our ourpurpoae purpose purp I have bavoarranged arranged arng for forhearing fora forahearing torshearing
hearing for Wednesday Weey March Iarh B I I chose Ioholethat chosethat chosethat
that day because baul there isnt any ay big bill billcoming bl billcoming
cming coming up for consideration conadertontben conadertontbenthey then and aadthey andthey I
they have hve agreed agr to let us u have from fromocock fromclook 3 3oclock
ocock oclock untjl untl half hal past pt B I I hope that a alarge alargf alarge
large largf representation rpresentation from this society societywill 800ety 800etywi
will wi go up In the meantime metime I want waLee waLeeone every everyone everyone
one of you YOI to find fnd out in what Senatorial Senatorialdistrict Senatria Senatorialdistrict
district ditrct and In what wha Assembly district districtyou dltrt dltrtyou districtyou
you live v and write to your Senator Setr and andRepresentative ad adRep andItepresentative
Representative Rep enttlve asking kine him hi to do his belt beltfor bef beetfor
for our resolution rluton At A least let find nd out what whathis whaLhis whathis
his attitude atitude is II on woman womn suffrage Brre It Ithas I Ithas
h has always been bn the custom oUtomt to permit Jrlt th thanils the theanUs theantis
anUs to present prt their side of the question questionduring queUon queUonduing qu atlon atlonduring
duing during the tbehearing hearing and ad although aUhouah tried trieUrepy te triedvey
y repy hard har i to have ba their put fordlffereei fordlffereeidy for a different differentday Wler i idy
day dy this year yer itwavlmposaible itwavlmposaibleSenator It wacimpoulbleSenstor a lmpoabll lmpoabllSntr
Senator Sntr Davis took me 1f Into Int th thsJudl thsJudlcary the Judi Judiciary Judiciaty ¬
ciary cary Committee mmltte room rQm and showed m mpl a apile apile
pl pile of mall ml on his desk dek The only onYlullrge onYlullrgelettr suffrage suffrageletter suffrageletter
lettr letter was one from Mrs M Gilbert Olber Jones JonesYou JO JonesYou 3 3You
You see Sf the antis are not idle Remember Remembernow Rmebr Rmebrno
no now that it is up to you to t prove prye to the theSenators theHenatr theSenators
Henatr Senators and Representatives Rep entatlM that you youhave youhavf youhave
have a deep dep and vital vit Interest in this thisquestion tblsqUNtion thisqueetion
question that It really means meanslmethlng meanslmethlngt something somethingto
t to you that you are a willing wllng to work for forthe forthe
the enfranchisement enfrchisment of women and If Ifnecessary Ifneery ifnecessary
neery necessary to t sacrifice Icrifce yourselves for the thecause thecaus thecause
cause causeJVHV caus causJVRI causeJul11
She h Is I Alleged AIIISf to Be tbe Woman In the theflarrlnrr therrDrr theWarrlncr
flarrlnrr Case CaseCINCINNATI CaeeCINCIHun CageCINcZNcAri
CINCINNATI Jan Ja 27 27Te 27The The trial ta of lra lraJenette MrsJeannette Mrs MrsJeannette
Jenette Jeannette Ford For the alleged aleged woman wom in the theWarriner theWarner theWamner
Warner Warriner case ca charged with attempting attemptingto
to blackmail blfckmal Warriner Waner began bgan today todayMrs toayMra todayMr
Mrs Ford For pleaded pleaed not notguiy notguiyJudge guilty guiltyJudge guiltyJudge
Judge Swing overruled overled the plea of Mrs MrsFords Mraor MrsFords
Fords or attorney attorey that tat the indictment Idlotent be bequashed b bequathed
quashed quae because baute a as he alleged the County CountyProsecutor CountyPutr CountyProsecutor
Putr Prosecutor had ha a stenographer ltnogrpher to I the the3rand tbeOrd theGrand
Grand Jury roOmThe
Ord room roomThe rm rmTe
The Te Jury jux was selected teleted with 3lth little lte dun difflulty dl dunculty
ulty culy One man accepted aopL as a juryman jurymanuild jur
said Id he had ha never n6vr before befor beard her of the Big Bigfour Ig IgFour BigFour
four shortage Ihor An adjournment ajourment was waaalcen WI wastaken
taken take until untl next nex Monday MondayWarriner MondayWaner MondayWarrlner
Warriner Waner who was WI brought from frm the theUte theStte theState
Stte State Ute penetentlary petntary to testify ttfy will 1 be b Jept JeptIn kept keptn
In n the county jail jailVJSIF jal jalEW jailNEW
NEW FEtttL IN THE SVnWAY SVnWAYTraveller SUIIW4YTravrlift UnwUTrnJer
Traveller TrnJer Jailed oaUe for or Hoars In Because Bece His HisTransfer IU IUTDfer IiiTransfe
Transfer TDfer May Ia Have lave Been em Wrong WrongDenton Wrol WrongDenton
Denton Dnton Meeker leker a young man m con oonleoted cn cnneL connected
leoted neL with wit the business bwnl office otce of the thefew te teNe theNew
few Ne York Tribune Trun was WI arrested aL at the thebird te teThir theThird
bird Thir avenue avenulland and 149th U street att station aUon of ofbe ofthe ofthe
the subway lubway at S 130 3 oclock yesterday yesterdaykftemoon ietry ietryaftrn yesteMayafternoon
afternoon aftrn after atr a dispute dpute with wit a ticket tickethopper tkt tktohppr ticketchopper
hopper ohppr who said his hi transfer trfe was dated datedwenty d dAtedtwenty
twenty twent minute miut too early He remained remainedocked r remainedlocked ne
locked loked up until util Magistrate Magstrate Corrigan Corrijanuncharged CrrlA Corrigandischarged
uncharged haged him in IJ the night court cu at 10 10clock 10oolok 10oclock
clock oolok last lt night nightMeeker nightMeeker
Meeker Meker was wa ntt nttMeker trying tryig to transfer tasfer from fromhe frm frmtbe fromthe
he elevated fleyaL to t the tte subway Ibay He says I It Itras Itw Itwas
was w between bte 110 and 315 31 oclock when wheaie whe
ho ie went down dwn the a stair Itn O CJ J Jordan Jordanhe Jora Joedanthe
the ticket toket chopper cho Pr B says It I was wa just jw 330 330when JO JOrben
whe when Meeker leeke presented prt a transfer tre which whichie who
he ie says was given slye bin hl at the tioketwlnlow tioketwln tcktJwt t1oketwIndow
dow 1 upstairs and ad Jordan Jor took It ItA ItA
A 14 moment momet Upt1 later 1terJor Jordan went wetalAr after him himad himad biteand
ad ad said ad the transfer tfer was w too t old oldtt oldttat oldthat oldthatat that thatt
at t that minute miute transfers te ought to t bo bonarked b bemarked
marked 4 oclock oolk instead I of ougt S oclock A Aurd Asld Aguard
me guard urd said Meeker Meke would have hav to pay paynother payanother
another aot sld fare fa or get gt off or the te platform platformlooker p pltormMeekerdedilned tfor py pyaot
Meke Meekerdedilned looker rreated rreatedla declined delned to t pay py the te fare and nd d dat waa waarreated ias9s
at 9s la I the te th nigh nI court cur where whee Meeker I ke wo wobarged w wc wascharged
barged with wlt disorderly drerl conduct condu Mjri Mjriratfl M Magistrata
c ratfl Corrigan Crean did not bother btbe to t go Cft Into Intohe intothe
tate the he merits of the te twenty twet minute tot totluslaeas l at atbusies
te buI busies but said lid he couldnt culdl tea BOW bot hoethe BOWhe
the he railroad rJa could cUd prove prve that the te transfer transferxhlbited tar tarexibit traafrexhibited
exhibited was a4 or orw was pot the te one which whichleeker wfldohMeekse
exibit whoh whohMeeke
leeker Meeke had ha presented prnt pt or that tat he had ha not noteceiyed note notrece4red
eceiyed e U I M a be said ad he had hadj ha hae bsd3s1
j 3s1 e T Hlder Rle lder6eta Oett lx Meat MeatJS3M MU Memt3isJamec
JS3M Ja McManta HCu M Mnus a joy rider rder rdertenob was sea seaen seatenced
tenob tenced en oed by County Cuty Judge Judg Revert ner Carey Careyi C
In i Jersey Je City CIt yesterdAy trY to six clxznprisonni1t Ix months monthsnpriaonmeat mO
Iprnet npriaonmeat In I the te Hudson Hun county cuty peal pealBnUary pl pltnU pealtentiary
BnUary He took tk an automobile from his hlaarmor ha hisformer
tnU armor employers garage without wItout per perjlseion permlsicsl
forer emJloyw pg pr prml810
jlseion ml810 and ipe gave a party pty of friends Ment A nrlld AWld awild
wild ride rde The Te trip tp wound ound up with Wtb a l col colslon ccllision ol ol1lon
Wld slon and ad the machine mchle was wreolfod wreolfodudge wrled wrledJudg wreolfedJudge
Judge 1lon Judg Carey Cry said ad that tat Joy j y riding rdlog would wouldave wo wouldhave ld ldhav
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nations eaUoe and llallot lalof Reform RtformToma RtformTomalU Rerorinmomas RerorinmomasM Thoraa
11 Oiborne Made Ialt lender or lit litLeague the the1asueFort1 theLeague
League 1asueFort1 Form FortSIt It Putt Pts Out a Platform PlatforrALBANY Platorm PlatormALUHr PlatformALweNT
ALBANY Jan 27 27The The Democrat DemocratLeague Democmto DemocmtoLse DemocratloLeague
League Lse of New ew York the outcome outome of th thSaratoga the theSratoga theSaratoga
Saratoga Sratoga conference cnterence lat September SplAmber as asmbled a aIbled asssfbIed
Ibled ssfbIed mbled at the Hotel Hotl Ten Eyck this thl after afternoon atr atrnoon afternoon
noon organized a general generl committee oommlte o o450covering ot ot41coyerlng of4Ocoverlng
450covering every everyoountyln county in the State Btateand Btateandeletellormer am amelected and andelectedforrner
eletellormer elected electedforrner former Mayor Thomas Thoms M Osborne Osborneof
of Auburn Aubur chairman of the genera generacommittee Ieneral Ieneralommlte general generalcommittee
committee ommlte and Inasmuch Inaluoh as Mr Osbornhas Osborn Ollbornehas Osborneha <
has ha been bn chairman cbalran of the executive elllltve com committee oommltt cornmitts
mitts mltt since Bnce the inception Incepton of the move movetnent movement movemeat
meat he is II now the official leader leder of the tinorganisation theorgnzaton theorganization
organization orgnzaton Francis A Willard o oOnetda of ofOneida ofOneidA
Oneida was elected eleote secretary and Col ColWilliam Cl ClWiIm ColWilliam
William WiIm O Rico Rc of Albany wan waf made madtreasurer madetrurer madetreasurer <
treasurer treasurerThe trurer trurerThe treasurerThe
The league lelul adopted an organization organlzatloiplan organlzton organlztonplan organizationplan
plan for the State Stat drafted drfed bills bil for direct dlrecnominations directDomintions directnominations
nominations Domintions and reform in the t e baflot bOot and andprimr andprimary am amprimary
primary primr laws which are to be submitted submittecto submited submitedto
to the Legislature Lgllture by Senator S nator Thomas ThomaiFrancis ThomaFmnoa ThomasYra9cl1
Francis Fmnoa Grady Gry and Assemblyman A6mblymn Friable Friablethe Frablo Frablote Frsblothe
the te minority leaders leader In the Senate anc ancAssembly and andAlmbly andAssembly
Assembly and former Supremo Court CourJustice CourtJutoe CourtJustice
Justice Jutoe DCady Herrick of Albany Albny made t tspeech a asPeoh aspeech
sPeoh speech which received receive the loudest applause applausof <
of the day in which be called Cled for an in invesUgation Invetgaton investigation
vesUgation vetgaton of the high prices pric of food fo In irthe Inthe inthe
the State StateIn 8tt 8ttIn SlateIn
In the te evening there was a reception rpton Itthe In Inthe inthe
the Hotel Ten Tyck for the visiting vistng Mayor Mayorand Mayonand
and other Democrats Demots and altogether altogther the theday theday theday
day was voted to be an entire entre success succevby lucceby successby
by those tho directly dlreotylnlArled dlreotylnlArledCiran Interested InterestedChairman interestedChairman
Chairman Ciran Osborne of the executive executivecommittee eective eectivecommitt executivecommittee
committ committee In opening the proceeding proceedingat prodings prodingsIt
at It 2 20clok oclock this afternoon aftroon read rd the call callfor cll clllor callfor
for the election el tlon of a general committee committeeand commite commiteand committeeand
and then announced announCd the official ololal action actoo ol olthe of ofthe ofthe
the executive esetve committee oommitt In determining determiningthe
the purposes pur el of the league INle to tobe be as follows followsTo folows
10 spread the knowledge Iowlehre of fundamental fundamentalDemocratic lundlmmtl lundlmmtlDmocratc fundamentalDemocratic
Democratic Dmocratc or liberal lbral principlesTttlmulBte principles principlesTo
To TttlmulBte stimulate Interest In the Democratic Democraticpartr Democratc Democratcpry Democraticparty
party pry organization orpnlutoD as the best bet and most rnoulnatural mostDatU mostnatUral
natural DatU rat meant meaD of carrying crrylnl those principle principleInto prlnclplInto
Into effect effectTo erreetTo effectTo
To brine back bck Into the party paty In this Stale 8tatsuch Statesuch <
such Democrats as disgust dl ast with wih Its Is failure failiinto lalnre lalnreto
to stand for Its it principles prlclPe and dlotruii dlotruiiof
of Its U recent leadership ledelblp have driven out outTo 01 outTo
To aid In the nomination nominaton and election electionof eleclon eleclonof
of such Democrats Democrt as worthily worhiy represent reprenenlliberal re representliberal rent rentI
liberal I bra I principles princples and are ae not mere merl elf leltsekers selfseeker > elfseekers <
sekers sekersTo seekerTo seekers seekersTo
To aid In I the selection ulfton of such men to todirect todirec todirect
direc direct the party pry organization oraanlnon as a represent represenlthff repreent repreentnf
thff th character claracte and Intelligence Inteleence of the party partyand paty patyand partyand
and not Its baser beer elements elementsThe elemetll elemetllT elementsThe
The T e proper prpr pollcr pliy of the Democratic DemocraticOarue Democralc Democralcl DemocraticLesEuo
Oarue l s8e I II is to ignore laore tbe present prt leadenher leaden ledes ledeswh leaderswhers
wh whers her they do not represent rlPustn the character characterUnd chaactr chaactrnd
Und nd tatelllcence Jelcce of the party pry partyand and seek soel by byBerjrmeans hyuerYmNnl byeetrinesns
Berjrmeans In Its Is it power pwer to secure aeur In the thefuture thefutre thefuture
futre future the selection letion and election el clon ctioa of proper propelmen propermen propermen
For Ibis Ihll purpose Its Is member mamb should shouldbe Ihould Ihouldb shouldbe
be b personally IronsllY willing wllnR to strike hand with withnil wih withall
nil 11 Democrats Demorats however we may have dif differed dlfreed diifered ¬
reed fered with wlh them In the pant PII to i pellre ceenre > ecureth ecurethtriumph the thetrl thetrhmph <
triumph trl mph of Democratic Deoratc principle and the thituocess thesuccess he heIUCa
success IUCa of Democratic Democrto candidate cndlat so a lone loneis Ion iongas I
is a they th represent r resent those principle Onl Onlby Only Onlyby Onlyby >
by such Chi ted action acton can victory 1lcory be b won wonThe wonTe wonThi
The Te name ne of the e general generl committee ommltt of olthe ofthe ofthe
the league 1le were then read r aa 8 follows followsAlbany folowl folowlAlbaylam followlbaayWlllarn
Albany Albaylam lbaayWlllarn WlllUm T Mayer ayer John Jobl f Not o oe C F FBudertty f FSuderley
Budertty Suety SuetyBrmeIenl SuderleyDroomelfenry BuderttyBroame
Broame BrmeIenl Droomelfenry Henry C Jacktoa JacktoaCatUruru Jaka JakaCtraurusr JackionCattarautusClsre
CatUruru Ctraurusr CattarautusClsre > CUre Wtllard WtllardCay WillardCyufaThomas 111
Cay crUlaTomas CyufaThomas u a Thomas If 1 Osborne OsborneChagtauqna Obrnr ObrnrCluuquaWater OsborneChautauquaWalter
Chagtauqna CluuquaWater ChautauquaWalter Walter II Edges Jfn Thorns ho J JSumming 7 7Cummings
Summing I I ICnemuar
Cnemuar Cemuc ChemuagBoyd Boyd Byd McDowell UcDowetlCbenanro McDowellCbenssgoWllllam cDowel
Cbenanro CberoWlUm CbenssgoWllllam WlllUm H Sulllan SulllanCUntoo SuWnnCtere SuWvanCuntoaGeorge
CUntoo Ctere CuntoaGeorge Ceorge S Blxby BlxbyColumbiaSamuel Btsb BhibiColumbIaSamuel
ColumbiaSamuel ColumbaSuel J Ttlden lde Id IdCortlaad d dCortlsndS
Cortlaad E W Hyatt HyattDelaware Hrt HyattDelawareJohn
Delaware DelawareJohn lwaobD Joho O Moor MoorDutebCM Ho MooreDnlchess4ohn
DutebCM Dutbeoh Dnlchess4ohn John K Saf Srue Sagus ue r 1 Lyman Lyma Brown BrownErieJohn BrownEreobD DrownErieJohn
ErieJohn EreobD O Cloak Clok Wllllm Wlam A r Douglass Olr OlrAurult DouglassAugust > oiiflasAugust
August r Meyer erer WlllUm Wlam II Ryan Rr Oeoni OeoniZimmerman Oere OereZmmumao aeon aeonZtnmermn
Zimmerman Zmmumao John W V Xewak Uyron Hyrn BUekmon BUekmonDr Blkmon BlkmonD
D Dr William Wtlam Caertner CaerUer Herbert Herbrt p Bissell BlsaellKtnex DbAI BissellEssezJobn
Ktnex EssezJobn llsobn John Anderson Jr Jrrranknn JrrrknWlnam JrrsakllnWllllatn
rranknn rrknWlnam rsakllnWllllatn WIIHam L 1 Allen AllenFultonHamilton Alen AlenrultHaltt AllenFultcnHamlitcnScott
FultonHamilton rultHaltt FultcnHamlitcnScott Scott Partridge PartridgeCeaese Partrdro PartrdroGeH PaitridgoGeoeseM
Ceaese GeH GeoeseM II J Far ley leyareen leyOrma IcyUreensOmar
areen Orma UreensOmar Omar V Sate Satellerklmer Sre SrelorldmerWlUam SagellerktiarrWIIUarn
llerklmer llerktiarrWIIUarn William F I
lorldmerWlUam Laailnr LaailnrJsfferson Lsar LsarJtennA LanlngJeffersonA
Jsfferson JtennA A nay Rr Cornwall Corwal Jobn N Carlisle CarlisleKratsAUfuaHis Cal CarlisleKingsAugustus lie lieK1sAurua
KratsAUfuaHis K1sAurua u Van Wick Wrck Edward Fwar M MIhepard 11Sbeprd MSheperd
Ihepard Sbeprd Wlllltm Wllsm B Hurt lur A Augustus Mealy MealyI tey teyEWrc
7 I Edward EWrc Swanttrom Sanrm B J 7 York ork WlllUm Vltam P PVuest PWuet PWuest
Vuest Wuet Alexander McKinney Herman lerman A Mcti MctiJ Mel MetsIf
1 If J E OConnor M 1 J HarrIs lam Walter Waler I Durack DurackHoses DurackMOln DuracltMoses
Hoses MOln nubensteln Rlbtl Otto Ott Kempner Kempler James L Llennett LDenlet i illeonett
lennett Denlet Cfcsrles res H I Fuller Fuler Edward Edwar Launslty Launsltytudotph LuayRUdolpb LsunsiyJiudoiph
tudotph netmer Jr Alonto Alon J McLaughlin UcLauchllnharle IcLurbla IcLurblaCbarle
harle Cbarle Jerome leome Edwards Pwarl ntcbard Rchar W nato BainirUce Balnbrre natobrtdge
irUce brre Walter Waler E Warner Walter Waltr C Burton BurtonLewis DurtOa DurtOa1s0erro DunceLewliQeorge
Lewis 1s0erro LewliQeorge Oeorge Stephen StepbeuU1artFetber Reed ReedUrloftton ReedUvlugstonFtetcher
Urloftton U1artFetber UvlugstonFtetcher Fletcher C Peck PeckUadUon PeckZS4IODJ
110 UadUon J Clarence CIrlce Ratbacb RatbacbMonroe nasbscbWorL flasbackUoeroL
Monroe WorL UoeroL U It 1 Antlsdale Atllale Milton Hitn E Glbbs Glbbsloward Gbb Gbbloan GibbsHowsrd
loward loan T Uoiher Frederick Freerck W Smith Smlblame James E Eloolsy ECa HConies
Conies Ca ConiesMontgorneryGiorge loolsyMontgomery 11
Montgomery 10tcomeforr MontgorneryGiorge Gaorce C CStear Stewart StewartNtw StewartNsw
Nsw Ne YorkMorgan J OBrien OBren Herman lerman RIdder BidderIsabel RIdderAsb RidderIshbel
Asb Isabel P PFleb PFltch Fitch William WIlam Temple Emmet mmrt W Wilam WilamR William WilliamR llllam llllamI
R I Curtis CrtI DCady DC D Cady Herrlck lerrck proxy for William Wiim S Stodla SRel t tRodie
todla Rel Edward Ewar C Wbltaker Vlker Robert Rbr O Monroe MonroeKobns MonroeLa oaro
L La Robes Kohl the Hon Alton Altn B Parker Henry Henrye teaf
Di B e Forest Ft Baldwin BawD William Wlam Travers Tavr Jerome Jeromeoka Jerme Jerome3on I
oka Pox P Frederic Frero n Coudert COder James R Ely Elylired ElyAifred
lired Atr P SeUciberc SpbrrTboma Thorns U 1 Mulry lull E J JleOuln 3Meoutre
leOuln Mcu Ceorte a e L 1 Rives Frank Frnk L Polk Plk Henry HenryI Hell
1 U I Powell PwII Alfred Url J Talley Taley Stephen Stpben Farrelly Farrellyonn Funl FarrellyJohn
Jola John onn H J Rennet Raner Henry HeDr H Sherman Sbean 4 obn obnHtlobm shn tm A Aeneatwrry AHenttsbrri
eneatwrry Htlobm John Joh J o Qulnlao Qlnla Thomas Ima Crlmmlns CrlmmlnsootKOmsry Craln Craln10IOIf CnlnnilnsMoetgomsry
ootKOmsry 10IOIf Hare Ha S Staawood Stwo Menken Daniel DanielHays Due DueP DanielP
P Hays an Everett Eeren V Abbott Abbt Thomas Toma P Keating Keatinglaurlee Keatlaclaurc KeatingMacfloe
laurlee laurc Belches DLI John 01 DavUNassau Davis Dav DavisNassuFredenick
Nassau Naulrerck NassuFredenick Hrodanck N Watrlas WatrlasNlatara Walr W6ttlsNIaCraS
Nlatara NllraS 3 Wrrbt Wright MeCollum Jelum J W H 1 Kelley KellsyOadda KeUlrOla KelleyOseldaZdwsrd
Oadda Ola OseldaZdwsrd Edward 1dwsn E 1 Dora Dm Francis Fraacl A Wlllard WlllardOnondacs WUlr WillardOAondtaWlIIiam
Onondacs OaadcaWlam OAondtaWlIIiam William O Stuart Stat T 1 W Ueacbem Ueacbemsoaard 1eacbem 1eacbemLur IleachemIAoard
soaard Lur C Crouch CrouchOnUrlo Crucl CrouchOnIZ1OD
OnUrlo OrD OnIZ1OD D J JVe Van Auken AukenOrange AukenOrangiBonJamlo kn knOtA
Orange OtA OrangiBonJamlo Benjamin Bfall McClung tcual UacOrana Hacnn Ooze CoxeOswefo OueOeroii OozeOswegoJobfl
Oswefo Oeroii OswegoJobfl John 0 KnIght KnlgbtOrleans KolrbOrlaWlam KnIghtOnIesiWiIIIam
Orleans OrlaWlam OnIesiWiIIIam WUflam B Dye DyeOtMf DyeOtutoO
OtMf 0 OtutoO O Hyde Hya Clarke ClarkePutnam Clr ClarkFuZsnzWWlamICburchtObom
Putnam PuWW18ICrbtOlbm PuWW18ICrbtOlbmO FuZsnzWWlamICburchtObom V7im mlCburchIO bom bomgo
Qeeuchsnls go as caarHs O Usysr Hre Jock Fowkr J Jnderaon JAda 3An4ertt
nderaon Ada Leech L Clarence CrnC Edwards EdwardsRa Edwar EdwardJiteuslseroym0ur
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Rlcbmon4Eugen Rllllo EuIC Lamb Lmb Rlcharda Rlcbr Jr JrHockland Jrnlal01s JrBocklsndThOttte
Hockland nlal01s BocklsndThOttte Thomas H HLe HLeS HLee Lee LeeSt
St S Lawf Lwocerre LswitceGOrge Bee George F Barrow nroW R E 1 HelTer Hcfferlaa Hete HelTerntis
ntis laa laaSaratoga
l ntisSanatogaU Saratoga tra SanatogaU ca lt J Delaney Delaneyaeaeaectady Dlaal Delaneybsnectsdinnlce
aeaeaectady bsnectsdinnlce let Bryce IIC P In Morrow5ObO5TIDe Morrow MorrowSehoharia
Sehoharia SlbmrD 5ObO5TIDe De Wilt Wn C Dow DowSehuyler D DowScbijyItrWIIitam
Sehuyler S11rWlam ScbijyItrWIIitam William E LefflncwelL LefflncwelLBea LDpeIL LDpeILUJr LeMagweuaesaes4asper
Bea aesaes4asper aJap UJr r H l Hammond Hammond9UubnJohn lamlood lamloodSu HammondStubSnJOtlfl
9UubnJohn Su ol Comoah Cmolb W H I Qraenhow Qraenhow8uSolk aalow aalowalruceal GreanbowauffolkuCene
8uSolk alruceal auffolkuCene Eugene W Lane Lal Edwin Edwn B Dusen Dusentrry Dusn Dusnm Dusn8IA4 Dusenberry
berry berryScililvsnA trry trrySuulvsnA
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Ttoi Tlaac T1ogcuencS a CUrtacs S o Ushers UallaryTompklas 1lel UshersVompklnChsnles
Tompklas VompklnChsnles 8pklaaare Cnsries E 1 Treman TremanUlster TmanU TremseUlsterC
Ulster U UlsterC t O Gordon OrA Reel Rt T E Benedict BenedictWarrtn BnedleL BnedleLWanBr 13nedIcLWarrenElmer
Warrtn WanBr WarrenElmer Elmsr Ji J West WestWasttlnc WetWaanctaoba WestWashIngtonJohn
Wasttlnc Waanctaoba WashIngtonJohn loaJohn A DU DUWayneJudge DIAWrau DisWsyneJudf
WayneJudge Wrau Charles aare MeLouth MeLouthWiitcbeittr WeLutb WeLutbskl MeLouthWslcbester40h1s
Wiitcbeittr Wslcbester40h1s skl John obn H IfCe Coyne Alexander 418udt Me Meon Je JeJ Meccltii4
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Ho MoThst That She May Ms Ia Harry ar t the Poor Phslplai Phslplaion PbItlap PbItlapon
on Mhom Slip 11l Ifs l 8 Hrt llrr Ipr Heart HeartCarl Ilar ItcaltCarl
Carl CrJ J6rn J rn the tht operatic oprntlo tenor told toldreporters toldrporter toldreporters
reporters rporter yesterday yettray that he had agreec agreecto aged agreed agreedto
to permit rmlt his wife wlft who who came cme over here hererecently hererntly hererecently
recently rntly on a flying visit vial to get a 1 divorce divorciso
so that she Ibe may marry marr a 1 Berlin Brln physician physicianand
and that th he also alo has h agreed aro to give her heiJISOOO ler lerS
JISOOO S O in cash ca h and an Income of 100 00 i iyear a aear ayear
year ear until untlle sjie sieie js j married mre again againTheir agall agalqTheir
Their trouble troublelu lie Bald sid had come cme about abouthrough aboutthrougk I IthrougH I
through a difference of tastes tates He le an anwife and andhi andhis
hi his wife hnd grown apart and both had hatcome hadcme hadcome
come cme again to realiH renll6 that they could clid not agree agreShe agee ageeIaln agreeagain
Ialn IalnShe
She remained in Europe when Mr lrJorn MrJorncame lrJorncamo Jor Jorcame
came to this thlt country cllntry to sing and Mr MrJorn Mrlorn r rJorn
Jorn Raid Rld fell in lovq during during his absent absentwith abllenc absencewith
with a Berlin Brlln physician phylcial This physician phyalclanMr phaclan phaclanMr
Mr Jorn Jor said 8ld is poor and has but bil a sma smapractice small smallpractice mal
practice practic When 11m hon Jorn Ior heard of the mattehe matte mater materhe matterhe
he sent for his hl wife and nliu 111 joined him I Ithis In Inthll Inthis
this thll country bringing their oldest oldelt daugh daughter
ter Gretchen Oret 1eu with w h her herMr herIr 11crMr
Mr Ir Jon showed show yesterday Ytlleray the agree agreement agrcemeat
ment which he and lul hiM wife have signed signedU slpedI
U I wad wa witnessed by the Oerman ConsuThe Consul Crum CrumThe ConsulThe
The tenor said Blld that be had given glvtn hi hiwife his hiswife hiswife
wife all ul the money ho had before bfore sh shrailed she sheIle he hesailed
railed Ile for her return retllr to Europe and that thathe thathe thathe
he was going to pay the rest relt of thef200 thef200aa th61250
aa soon an 18 he could He le added that thlt ah ahwould se seould she shewould
would ould need ne the money when she startechousekeeping started startedhoulkeepinl startedhousekeeping
housekeeping housekeepingThe houlkeepinl i
The children chidren the agreement provides providesore
nre to go to Mrs Jorn JornitniTisn J JrnIflRCL rn rnJImCI
JImCI IflRCL itniTisn IRTll STRIKE TnIKF RIOT RIOTIlarllepool II lT lTlarl lOT lOTIlarllepooi
Ilarllepool larl poot Coal < oal Miners lnfr Burn Their Own OwnSSOOOO Own8S00 Ownesoooo
SSOOOO 8S00 riubhnuie rllbhouensryt ClubbonecAngry Angry at New tew tewSprf21 Law Lawfiprttal Ia Iaporal
fiprttal poral Ccttlt C l DnpaHh npatl la TUB Tl TV SON SONLONDON s sINDs IUN IUNLoNDo
LONDON INDs Jan 27 Z7A A strike at the theHorden theloren theIlorden
Horden loren colliery colery at Weat Wet Hartlepool Hartepl owing owingto
to dissatisfaction In connection with the thenew thenew thenew
dlttslaction connecton
new eight hours hou act Ict led to several sveml dis disturbances dlsturbRnce dl dlturbanees
turbances turbRnce during durng the lost few days dys The Theworst To ToWOMt Theworst
worst WOMt outbreak outbrek occurred ourre today when whenstrikers whenstriker whenstrikers
strikers striker looted loot a village vlnge shop and attacker attackerthe attcked attckedthe
the house hous of the colliery colery managerx manager The Thesmashed Tey Teysmashed They Theyamashed
smashed every window in the building buildingand bulldln bulldlnand buildinand
and terrorized terrorize the Inhabitants InhabitantsThe Inhabltant
The manager mana Ier hoping to frighten the therioter this thisrioters thfrioters
rioters rioter or to summon the police polce fired fred fredhotglln i ishotgun a ashotgun
shotgun and injured a lad The Te mob then thenforced thentor thenforced
forced tor an entrance Into Ito the house In an anattempt a aatempt anattempt
attempt atempt to t lynch the manager maager who took tookrefuge tookrfuge tookrefuge
The arrived la latime IQtmo intime
refuge upstairs upstr TO police pllee arved
time tmo to protect prtet him himWhile himWie himWhile
While Wie the police plce were ero thus occupied occupleanother ooupled ooupledanother occupiedanother <
another party prty of strikers set fire fre to a alargo alarge alarge
large new clubhouse cubhouso whloh whob the colliery collierymonitgern cler collierymangera
monitgern maler bad built built and equipped euipp for fortrielr forttelr fortheir
their ttelr men at a cost Cllt of 130000 sO O0OO The Tl build building buid buidIng building
ing was WA soon In consumed conlumNl together togther with withits withit withits
its it contents cntents consisting of books bk fur furniture furnltur furniture ¬
tables tablesThe tablesThe tablesThe niture nltur gymnastic gnuto outfit outft and billiard billiardtables bilard bilardtables billiardtables
The tradesmen trdeen oflhe oNe town momentarily momentarilyexpect momentarilytpt momentarilyexpect
expect tpt that their premises prmlsl will wi be looted lootedMore 10L lootedMore
More police policeare 11 are a being sent snt to protect prott them themran themYEDU themIIEDM
Arut An Another for Best t Apartment House HouseDalit loe loeDal ElenseHuilt
Dalit Dal This Ts Year YearThe Oar OarThe ar arTe
The Te New York chapter chaptr of the American AmericanInstitute Americn AmericntnlUtut Americanthatjtuto
Institute tnlUtut of Architect Arhlucts dining by them themselves tem temllve themselves ¬
selves llve at atthl the University Club last lt evenlrjg evenlrjglistened eenllg eenllgl evenlqglistened
listened l tene to Arnold Arold W V Brtmnnr BnlDr president prfeidenof pJidenL
of the chapter cuaptr who talked t lkP on the beautlfl beautlfloatlon beutlfi beutlfiMtlon beautiflcation
oatlon of the city cty Mr Ir Brunner acknowl acknowledged ackowl ackowlfge acknowiedged ¬
that bits here and andther andthere
edged fge we were Wlr doing anc ancthere
there ther but said that we were wer not seriously seriouslyconsidering srouly sroulyoonllidrin seriouslyconsIdering
considering oonllidrin the city ciy as a real 11 problem problemFor
For or instance IltnC he said ld we carefully carefullyguard crfuly crfulylar carefullyguard
guard lar Central Ctrl Park Prk from any encroach encroachments encach encachments encroachments ¬
ments but can cn arouse nrou no enthusiasm lnthull8m for forthe lorthe forthe
the preservation prraton of City Hall lal or Battery Batteryparks Bttr Batteryparke
parks prk He I 1I observeci ob re that tht large sums sumshad sumsintel ur
had hd been bn given glv n by public spirited spirit citi citizens cll cllzns citiZen ¬
Zen zns for r a great Rrt State reservation rrvatlon in the thelower thelower thelower
lower Hudson lud n Valley Valey adding that tat nobody nobodyoared noboy noboycr nobodycared
oared cr however if I Madison 1ldn Square Suare Oar Oarden Garden Oarden
den is I torn tr down and replaced rplac by a busi business buslnN bualness ¬
ness nN building buildingMr buldln
Mr Brunner Brnner Mid that the chapter chaptershould chaptr chaptrIhould chaptershould
Ihould should be among New Yorks best bt citizens citizensand dUenand citizensand
and that tat Its members membr should not neglect neglecttheir ntglect ntglecttheir neglecttheir
their duties dutiesEven dute dutiesEven
Even if I the to architect architt be considered consideredmerely conldlr consideredmerely
merely merly as 1 a scene s enepainter nepnter pointer he said Id who whoprovide whoIrovldes whoprovides
provide the te background backgund for the great greatevent crt crteent greatevents
event eent of 0 life le do you realize rll that there are aremiles ar aremiles
miles mile upon miles mie of ugly depressing deprng aced Bcerleiy 8d 8dcr acedcry
cry cr in our city cty If I you doubt It look upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the thousands tousnds of tenement houses hoUs and andapartment andaparment andapartment
apartment aparment houses houls that are ar ann an ually uallyerexjted ully ullyIrted uallyerected
erected erexjtedAs Irted
As citizens ct7na we Wt want these things so somuch 1 somuch
much muc that tLe thatwe we architects nrohlLts of this chapter chapterhave capter capterhve chapterhave
have hve decided to offer orer a medal mel to the te owner ownerof
of the te best tftnement tenement house hou8 and the owner ownerof
of 0 the best bt apartment aprtment house erected erted dur during durIng during ¬
ing the tl year yearHe yer yerle yearHe
He le also all announced announ that tt Pierre Perre Le L Bran Branhad Brunhd Brimhad
hd had given Iven S12SOO 112 to t the te chapter to found founda
a travelling trvelng scholarship scholarhip the interest Intrt to todefray todefray todefray
defray expenses expen of young architects architectstravelling arcltot architectstravelling
tvelng travelling In Europe Iurop to t study archi architecture archltctu architecture ¬
tecture tectureS tctu tctuS
florlla rirortrla Judge UII Nays Internal Revenue HevenoeMrn RevmueUpn Revenuelen
len Must tUlt Give Kvlrtenoe KvlrtenoeATLANTA HvidenoeAviarrra vtleoDOt vtleoDOtATLNu
ATLANTA ATLNu Jan 27 27Unled 27United United States Stat Judge JudgeNewman JudeeNewman JudgeNewman
Newman today decided decide that Government GovernmentDauger Gvorment GvormentOauge GovernmentGauger
Dauger Oauge Btegall Btegal need ne not testify Uty before a adeoruia aOergia aGeorgia
Georgia Oergia Grand Jury as to violation of the theprohibition Lhoprhibiton theprohibition
prhibiton prohibition law and a serious clash Is Isprobable Isprbble Isprobable
prbble probable between betwen State and Federal Federalcourts Federl Federlcuru Federalcourts
curu curuOauger courtsGauger courts courtsQauger
Qauger Stegall some smo time tme ago refused refusedto ref used usedto
to testify ttfy before the Dade county cunty Grand Grandfury OrandJury GrandJury
Jury about a ut the operation of a wildcat wildcatitlll wldcat wldcattl wiIdcatstill
itlll tl and was 1 promptly put in jail jl by byfudge byJudge byJudge
Judge A W File FileSlogaH Fie FieStgl FileStogall
SlogaH Stgl wan W8 brought brough before United UnitedJUtes Unitd UnitdStte UnitedStates
JUtes Stte Judge Newman on a writ wrt of habeas habeasxjrpus hab habeascorpus
corpus who today held that the State Statejourt Stateoour Statecourt
court oour could not force Stegall S ga to testify testifytad ttly ttlyand testifyand
and dismissed dlello him himTonight himTonl himTonight
Tonight Tonl ht Judge Jueo File Fie prctcly practically defied defiedFudge defe defiedJudge
Judge Newman by 1 announcing that thatovenua thsLrovenlS thatreventie
ovenua rovenlS officials would oUd be forced ford to toostlfr totetlf totestify
testify tetlf Judge File Flellald FlellaldThe said saidThe saidThe
The decision will wl not deter me from fromlolnamy fromdolpl fromdolna
dolpl dolna lolnamy my duty Subpoenas lubpcnas have been bln Issued Issuedor IMUedtor issuedfor
for or Collector lecor Rocker tauter Blegall 8telal and anditorekeeper andStrekepr andStorekeeper
Storekeeper Strekepr Johnson Johnsn and th thy they y will wi be beorced beforcd beforced
forced forcd to tell tel1hat what they know about aboutylola aboutylolalons viola violaIons violations
Ions lons of the State Btte prohibition prhibition law Should Shouldhese Shouldha Shouldthese
these ha Federal Federl officials Omellill defy the State 8tt8 court courta I
a L way will wi be found to t make them tbemober tbemoberDI tbemobeyDill obey obeyBUI i
Dill DI to Prevent prevnt Oral netting nettingALBANT BetUngAzsANT etUnl I
ALBANT A LUNT Jan 37 21A A bill bi prohibiting prohibitingral prhibitig prhibitigorl
orl oral > ral bookmaking bkaJpg AS well ell as o 8 tho lay layng layInc layIng
Inc ng of beta bt on o horse hol race raC was U Introduced Introducedoday Itduc introducedtoday
toy by b Assemblyman emblynPerl Perkins Ren3inghamton Rep Rp RpBlnglmtn RepBinghamton
Binghamton Blnglmtn Owners Owner of racetracks racetracksira rotrks rotrksrendere
ira rendered rendere criminally cminall liable lible if I they te have havemy h haveany
my a place plac on a raoe rour racecourse > course available avallatle for forxwtlng forbtlnBPur forbetting
betting btlnBPur btlnBPurnUK purposes purposesTOUR purposesIreuK
via la Seaboard bn Air Ar Line Ule shortest IGc qatckeal qQeke most 80 mostsIiractv
sIiractv a mste 11 11iM au WwsyA5 i I
P41i I41th no 10ml 1104111 tnn DECIDES DICID TO TO MH MHWHAT 1101 1101I DO DOIrIlAr
Hronx Commissioner ollmlllolP Wants to Know now I IIt I If IfIt
It I Wont ODt Hurt lart the Trees and anJ anjl President PrrvldraiMtoier rrf PresidentStoicr tdPt tdPtItonr
Mtoier Itonr Rrpllrs R If That Tat If I It I Don the tinMiser theStasf theStares
Miser Stasf Can le He Ordered Off or Again AgainWhen AsalnI AalnThen
When Par Commissioner Commllloner Kenned Kennedgot Kene Kenegot Kennedygot
got over from Brooklyn Brkly yesterday YNterdy anc ancPark and andPark andPark
Park Commissioner Commllone Hlggins Jlgglns arrived from fronThe frm frmTle fromThe
The Tle Bronx President PreldenL Stover Stvr of the Par ParBoard PnrkBord ParkBoard
Board Bord aa a requested reut by Mayor Gaynor of offered oter offeted
feted er a resolution rsoluton to let the two stor storstages story storyStagN storystages
stages into Riverside Rlv8rl o Drive by ly repealing ropoallnithis plng plngthlll
this ordinance ordinanceXo
No vehicle of any kind or description dMcrlpttotmeasuring decrlplon decrlplonme8UrlnR descriptionIneestIning
measuring me8UrlnR over ten feet ftt from the tread o othe 01 01the ofthe
the wheel to the highest portion of the tbivehicle Ihevehicle theveblce
vehicle whether propelled by muscular 01 01motive or ormotve ormotive
motive motve power pwer shall be allowed allowe to run rn along aloniany aloDKany alongany
any driveway of any park or parkwaunder parkway pakway pakwayunder parkwaytinder
under the th Jurisdiction Jurisdicton of the Department ol olParks 01 01Park ofParks
Parks t tWhy
Park Park1IY
Why 1IY should we repeal rpal this ordinance ordinancethe
the member from The Bronx asked askedSince askedSinco ke
Since I have lave been ben appointed appoint as Com Commissioner Commlslloner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner for Manhattan 1lnbttn and Richmond RichmondI Ricmond Ricmondi
I have received reive a I number numbe of letters lett de demanding demndln domanding ¬
manding Its lt repel repeal In behalf behlf of the pub pubHo pubho
Ho 10 responded r ponded the president prslden of the theboard theboar thOboard
board boar I have been b n in conference cnterc with wlUtho wit withthe
tho Corporation Corporaton Counsel Counsl and with hliHonor his hi hiHonor hisHonor
Honor the Mayor lyor In regard regnr to t the te matter matterand mtt matterand
and interest interestIf Intreet IntreetI I believe beleve its repeal rocl is for the public publicinterest publo publoIntreet publiointerost
If I these the high stages lltge are permitted peritt tc tcrun 00r torun
run r on Riverside Rlvlrlde Drive Dye and other park parkways prk prkwaya parkways ¬
ways what effect will wi It t have hve on tho to trees treesMr tr1Mr treesMr
Mr HIggins Hlggnalnqulr InqulredN InqulredNI inquIrecE inquIrecEI
I have hve been bM over ove the te RiversIde Rvnldo Drive DriveIn
In a carriage crrige to take observations obaton noltl noltlMr od odMr naidMr
Mr Stover Stver and anc I presume the high voId vehicles vehlce voIddes ¬
cles ce des will wi have hve some Ime effect elle on the trees treesJust tll tllJu treesJust
Just Ju t how much I am not able to say ay at atpresent atprnt atpresent
present prnt They Te may also al do some me damage damageto tmaKo tmaKoto 4arnagoto
to the roadbed rdbe but on this tl point I am not notIn notIn notin
In a position to say IY positively positivelyA Itvely ItvelyA
A chauffeur caulleur of one of those tho stages staCt was waiarrested wa waart wasarrested
arrested art for violation vlolton of the te ordinance ordinanceand ornce ornceand
and the case 01 Is still sti in the courts ort put In Inthe Intho Inthe
the Brooklyn Brklyn member membr I understand understandthat undOtand undOtandthat
that the tle case 0 was W8 to t be taken to the Court Courtof
of test What effect will vrilnny willany
Appeals Appls as a tet Wa e wi
any action acon have hao on this If I we repeal rpeal the theordinance theornnce theordlnanoe
ordinance ordinanceThe
ornnce ornnceTl
The Tl court case c will wi then ten fall fal flat fat There Therewill Therewi Therewill
will wi be b no case ce said sid Mr fr Stover StoverWould Stov9rWould StoverWould
Would the city cty be b liable lable for damages damagesfor dmaees dmaeesfo
for fo feur having caused cu the arrest art of the chauf chauffeur cuf cuffelr chauffeur ¬
feurNot felr
Not at all al The arrest art was W legal legalaid leealldCommllonfr legalsaid
aid ldCommllonfr Commissioner Stover BtvIr 81 Ibavnb 1 hlVf have hesti hestiInformed w > rl rlnformed I
Informed Inore that tt residents rdet of Riverside RiversideDrive RveIde RveIdeDrieand RiversideDrive
Drive Drieand and others othe who whow8 were in favor of the theoriginal theorgnl theoriginal
original ordinance propose to attack the thevalidity thevaldty thevalidity
orgnl ornc
valdty validity of the franchise frnclM prop held hfld by the Fifth FifthAvenue Flt FifthAvenue
Avnue Avenue Coach Coc Company Cmpny which whle operates operatesLhe oprat
the high stages ItIM The Park Prk Departmenthaa Department 1pruent 1pruentb Pepartahenthas
has b matter matterA Itt nothing to do with wit that tht phase pb of the thematter theItt thematter
A vote yot was then the taken tken and the ordinance ordinancewas orinanc
wa was repealed rpled by the th votes ot of o the full fullboard ful fullboard
bor boardCommlsione board boardCommissioner
Commissioner Cmmlllonel Stover Stver sent snt a letter lete to toPresident toPrldenL toPresident
PrldenL President Richard Ricar W Meade M de of the Fifth FifthAvenue Fift FifthAvenue
Avenue Coach C0c Company notifying notifng him himof himat himof
of the action taken takenHe takenlie
ten tenBe
He remarked remrke to the tl other ote members member of olhe ofthe ofthe
the board that tt if it was found that the theilgh thehigh
br tt tl
high hgh stages stalee injured Injur the trees tr or roadbed roadbedthe rdb
the board br could reenaot rnot the ordinance ordinanceCAT orlnnC orlnnCC4NT ordinanceC4VT
George r ore of Sfr Sela ervtaLaughs lalan Laoab hs at Ills II Fathers FathersAttempt FatherAtfpt lathersAttempt
Attempt Atfpt to 0 Pmilsh rls PunIsh Ills I Crazy Craz Freak FreakSpteial Fe Freak3a1
Spteial Slna CoN Deifatclt Dtp tl to Tarn T Sun SunBKXORADK SU SOleBaLoiuDn
BKXORADK BBLAD Jan 27 nForer Z7Fortner Former Crown CrownPrince Cw CrownPrince
Pnce Prince George Oe who resigned his right of ofsuccession ofluclon ofsuccession
luclon succession and who because bu of his hi radical radicalutterance rlCI rlCIuttl radicalutterances
utterance uttl was wa ordered orer banished bished from fromthe fromthe I
the capital capitl laughs lau at the te order that ho bonust homust I
must leave leve Belgrade Blge He le refuses rfU to toeavethe toeavethe I Ileave
leave eavethe the capital Opltl and andit It is I thought tought It would wouldbe
be dangerous dngoous to attempt to expel him himus hm I
us a he has h many mny friends fried among aong the young youngofficers youngolcen youngofilcers
officers ofilcersAfter officersAfter I
After Aur his last ebullitions ebultqnl the to Cabinet Cabinethreatened cabinetthreatened blnot blnottrtened
threatened trtened to resign rlgn unless unl his father fatherling latherKng fatherKing
ling Kng Peter banished baise him and ad the War WarOffice Warot WarOffice
ot Office c ordered orere him to take tke command commandof commad commadof
of an a Infantry Infant regiment in an obscure obscurepart obure oburepr obscurepart
pr part of the country countryThe countr countryThe
The Cabinet Cbinet is I now satisfied utsfed with wih the thensertlon theInlerlon theinsertion
insertion Inlerlon of a court cour communiqu6 In theOf the thoOcia theOftcial
Ocia Of rial fjatttle ftete which states lltat that tht George Georgemust Gog Georgemust
must be considered conalder temporarily tmporrily banished banishedfrom bnllho banishedfrom
from the court This la I received reive with withidloule withridloule withridicule
ridicule by y the people pple aa the te Prince is isliving I isliving
lvg living only 600 xJ yards yar from fr the palace palaceDEATH place placeDEATI palaceDE4T11
Ric Rich Man llan Had Isd Paid ldSame Same Hotel lote One Dollar DollarRvery DoUarEnry DollarEvery
Every Day for 20 Years YearsPrrrsBUHo YearsPyrrasuno rar
PrrrsBUHo PraUO Jan 57 27W W S Chambers Chambersa
a t retired retir glass manufacturer mufaoturer was found foundlead foundded founddead
lead ded this morning morningMr in I bed b in an obscure obure Pittsburg Ptteburg hotelhis hotel bolAlthis hotelthis
Mr Chambers Cmb retired retr from active life lifeibout le leabut lifeabout
about abut twenty years ago and since that thattime thattme thattime
tme time had hd been bn Ivng living at this ths same lie hotel hotelPapers holAlPapr hotelPapers
Papers Papr found on his b person and ad In a alafety aIfety asafety
safety Ifety deposit dept box 011 show that his wealth welh is isn IIIn isin
In n the thenelshbho neighborhood of 230000 SO UZO000In 230000In
In middle life lfe Chambers Chambl1l waa wa divorced divorcedrotn divorcedfrom divorcedfrom
from rotn his h wife wlft and since sinc that time tme had bd been beennorose bn bnmorose beenmorose
morose Every Evermomlne morning for almost almostwenty aimOllLtwenty almosttwenty
twenty years yer be b had bd appeared appr at the desk deskf doskot deskof
ot f the hoteland laid lid down dow 11 1 to pay py for forlis forh forhis
his h meale that thI day dy and ad his bl bed b in room roomfa rom romNo roomNo
No fa 30 2 over night nightHORSE alahtlInS nighthORSE
aptalnGraeral Captalnorerl of Barcelona arela Thrown Trow to totoe tote tothe
toe te Pavement P1met VneensdoaSfttlai Vneensdoa 11hed 11hed0Jta LtteonsetiniSel
Sfttlai 0Jta Cttlt CO Caa Dilfatttt Dp t to jea T sos SDKMADRID 801 sosMADRID
MADRID Jan Ja IT 2TA As Gin un ° k Weyler WeylerbptalnO WeylerCplOal WeylerCaptainGeneral
CplOal CaptainGeneral bptalnO neral of Barcelona Brlon was riding ridingn rdle rdleIn
In n that city today ty his hone hol fell fel throw throwng trow trowIa throwjag
Ia jag ng the te General GeneralHe
He Was AI nearly arly run over by a carriage carriageis crag
as he lay t unconscious uncnscous He was Wa taken takenome takenhome 1 1home
home ome severely lyerly shaken tana and bruised bruisedTaft bruisedTAft I II
Taft Tar Gives Gy Aid to IBumeColrre Burned urnd College CollegeATLANTA CollegeATLAKTA I Ii
ATLANTA ATLT Jan Ja 27 2dl 27ending Bending a check checkor ceck checkfor I Ifor
for or ISO a O to aid In I rebuilding tbuldlsMora Morris Brown BrownCollege Brow BrownCollege
Coleeetho College the Atlanta Atl negro nl Institution Institutionrhich ltutonl ltutonlI institutionwhich
which Who lob recently recetly burned bured b rned President Pldtt Taft Taftaya TafIn Taftsays
says in part partJ prt >
J 1 vas sorry to hear her of the burning
of f the WaSr Morris Morri Brown Brow College Colege but I am a amglad
gl glad d to know ko you YOI are struggling It glle to t re reulld ro rould reoulid
ulld uld It I herewith herwtb Bend d check cek for MO MOam M MooBtributloa
1 am ooBtributloa otrbuto to t fund This Thl la I a small smallcheck S
heck aak but I lh have a greatmany artmy cells cnllsTO Cli cellsias amal
gpnnsvlvanla uurylvanla Ival Railroad Rlna aceftust u uU Mardi RIIRN Gras GrasI1ckl Ir
UarOra UarOrael
tu leksts el said 114 Jaauary Juu at 1 to t Ybrual February Pbrturye L v n
> 1 ra1t1 Mobil 1 or PtBsacoU Pt Consult cau TlJt T fl k kgI l Agents Ace 17
Supposed 8nppoed to Hate lae Urged Ulrd the te Retention Retentionof Retdton Retdtonof
of Home Tammany Officeholders OfficeholdersMayor OmoeholdenMayor omcetioldersMayor
Mayor Oaynor taynor had for visitors vlatr yeater yeaterday yeter yeterday yesterday
day Gharlea rlM F Murphy Murbyledor leader of Tam Tanvmany Tammany Tarnmany
many Hall Hal John D Rockefeller Rkefeler Jr the thefOrlman theforeman th thforeman <
foreman of tho special lpial Grand Ornd Jury thai thaiU tht thtI thatill
U I probing the white slave traffic trmo and andAugiMt andAugu8L andAugust
August Belmont BelmontMr
Mr r Murphy called Cled it Is I understood understoodto undoratoo
to urge the retention in office otoo of some somiTammany aomeTammany someTarnmany
Tammany men who are fearing ferIng that the thewill they theywlioso theywill
will wlioso lose their jobs jobsMr job jobsMr
Mr Rockefeller Rokefeler talked tlke with the Mayor Yyor Yyorablt Mayorabout Mayoiabout
about ablt hlaproposal hi hiss pro proposal eal to have the olty ap appropriate appropriate approprlato ¬
propriate money for the employment olinspectors of ofInlpeotor ofInspectors
inspectors to get evidence against nganat the thewhlto tbewhie thewhite
white whie slave traffickers tamoher The Mayor Myor ac accepted accepted socepted ¬
cepted an invitation Inlttion from Mr Belmont Belmonlto Det nt ntI
I to attend atand a dinner to the Japanese opn Am Ambassador Ambarsador m mbaMador ¬
bassador on February Februr 18 18EL 1 1El 18El
EL MAR 0 OVTI1E THE MUD AND OFF OFFMorca OFFlorsa81lne OFFIlorgaisLlne
Morca lorsa81lne Ilne Freighter Grounds Oroad Off or Rook Rookaway Rooy Hookaway
away y Point PointTlia PottTle Pot2tThe
The Tle Morgan Line freighter El Mar Ma Capt CaptFreeman Cpt CptFreman CaptFreeman
Freeman Freman from Galveston while whie groping gropingthrough goplne goplnethrough gropingthrough
through the to fog to port r yesterday YNtry morn mornIng mor mornlog
Ing grounded about abut a mile mie off ol Rookaway RookawayPoint Rokwy RokwyI
I Point A power boat bot from the Rookaway RookawayPoint Rcway RcwayI RookawayPoint
I Point life le saving station lttlon under ude Capt Cpt D DBAbrams DI DBAbrams
I BAbrams B Abram reached raohod her early In the after afternoon ate afternoon ¬
noon and found her resting restng easily eall In n a abod abod abed
bod of mud The MerrlttChapman MerrlttChapmanateamera MerrtCapman MerrtCapmantamer
steamers tamer Relief Rlef and I J Merritt wont wontalongside wentalongside ent entalongside
alongside El Mar and their skippers skippersunited kpe kpeunit klppersunited
united unit with Capt Cpt Freeman Feman in deciding decidin to towait towalt towait
wait until unti high tide tde before befor attempting attemptingto attemptl
to release the te liner lner She Se was W floated fot at
840 oclock oolok apparently apprnty undama undaa ged gd and andcame ad adcame andcame
came to L her North Nor River pier pierMORE pieronl pierMORE
Engineers Flnper Notified NodDef of aa a Advance Ad1noo Averag AveragUK Aeq Aeqtus Averaglug
RBADINO Pa P Jan Ja ST rGenoral General Oeerl Man Manager Manager f ¬
ager A T Dice Dlo of the te Reading Hdlne Railroad Railroadloday Rro Railroadtoday
today ty gave pv notice noo that beginning beginningFebruary bc beginningFebruary
February Febrr 1 there ter would wou be un Increase Increaseof Inoe
of for all the bringing bringingthe
wage waee wagde al t engineers bringne bringnethe
the rate rat up u to t that tt paid pid on other systems systemsin tm
in this tl country ont The T increase Incee willaverage willaverageabout wlavmg
I about abut IS 1 per cent centThe ot centThe
The To order orer come ce as the result reuU of a con conference contence eonference ¬
ference tence between twe Mr 1lr Dice and a com committee commltt coinmlttee ¬
mittee mltt of englnemen eemen representing repretng the thesystem thesltm thesystem
system sltm It ltwlflaffeot will 1 affect allet 1200 12 men menCLINTOX men menCtNT01 menClINTON
ISeoretar Secretary of the tbePa thopark Park Board Do r Now With Withtvtooo Ut
i tvtooo 0 ial alar alarCol s1arCcl >
Col C Clinton Cinoon H Smith Wail appointed appointedsecretary ap appointedsecretary lnted lntedII
secretary retry to the Park Board Brd yesterday yesterdayafternoon yetery yeteryafernon yesterdayafternoon
II afernon afternoon salary ealr UOOOThe 4000 4 The salary al used usedto ue
to be S4B 4800 Smiths appointment was wasmade wasmade Wasmade
made to t date dat from January Janur 1 1For 1For 1For
For more than a quarter qurr of a century centurySmith centU centurySmith
Smith Smth was W8 assistant a8tant secretary Hortry of the theboard thebrd theboard
brd board He was wa ousted oust in the latter lttr part partof par partof
of lost IBL December Dmbr at after tor he had hd appeared appearedas appre
as a witness wlte before befor Commissioner Commiioner of Ac Account A Aocounts ¬
count count Mitchel Mithel He was asked aaled at the to In Inmiry i inquiry
what the duties of Private PrivateSecretary PrivateSocretary
miry quir wht were wer dute Pv4te Pv4te8tar
Secretary 8tar Nagle and how often oft Nagle ap appeared apepred appoared ¬
peared pred In the Arsenal ArsenalGod Aronal Aronal0Okno ArsenalGod
God 0Okno knows I dont I never nr see le him himexcept blmellcept himexcept
except on pay py day the assistant alstant secre secretary e secretair ¬
tary tarresponde tarrespondeFOR responded respondedFOR
Commissioner Dennett Ordered to Show ShowPause ShowCame ShowCause
Commeaone Ueet Ordere
Pause Yhy Tb 1 He le Should d Not Be e Prosecuted ProsecutedWASHINGTON POrcte IrosecutIVAsnzHovo
WASHINGTON WA8RHOTH Jan 27 27Fr 271red Fred Dennett DennettCommissioner Dnet DennettCommissioner
Commissioner of the General Land Ld Office Officewas Olce Olcew Officewas
was w served sered with a notice notce today tay by an anofficer a aofCr anofficer
ofCr officer of ofthe the be local lol humane humae society sooty to toshow toIhow toshow
show cause cu why ho should not bo b prose prosecuted plG plGcted prosecuted ¬
cted cuted for cruelty celty to animals amal the thelpUo thelpUocharge specific specificcharge specificcharge
charge being that as a Land Ld Commis Commissioner Cofmla Cofmlaeloner Conmissioner ¬
sioner he had ha permitted pnnltt cruelty celty to t be beInflicted beInfc beinflicted
Infc Inflicted on two tw mules mule hitched hithed to a wagon wagonthat wagn wagnthat wagonthat
that delivered delver coal cl to the Land Ld Office OfficeMr ot OfficeMr c
Mr Donnett after some Ime Investigation Investigationdiscovered Invetlgato Invetlgatodllver investlgatloidiscovered
dllver discovered the source lur of the complain complainHe I IHe
He bad no knowledge knowle of the coal delivery deliveryand delver
and did not own ow the mules or control controlthe ontrol ontrolthe controlthe
the animals or r their ther driver driverI
I suppose supp since the Congressionalinvestigation Congressional CongrulonalInveetlgaton Congressionalinvestigation
Inveetlgaton investigation is I under way y that I am amunder a amunder
under suspicion generally sold Id the theCommissioner theComml theCommIssioner
Comml Commissioner loner and ad will wi be beoe oajled on to toestablish t toestablish
establish alibi to Offence Offencethat Qffenoethat
ealabJlh an t nearly every Cence Cencett
tt that la committed comitt in this vicinity vicnity For Fortunatoly Fortunatly Fortunatoly
tunatly tunatoly In this thi case co I can cn establish establishmy etbllb etbllbmy
my Innocence InnocencefJREEK Innonc Innoncon innocenceGREEK
GREEK on EEl CAttIET nitlVEX OUT OUTPremier OUTPemie OUTPremier
Pemie Premier Makes ak a Pretence Pretrncf of ofthe RNltnr RNltnrth Resisting Resistingtile
the th Despotic Dtpoto Military Mltar League LeagueHprclal Lpe LpeSpul LeaguepectaS
Hprclal Spul CaiXl co DtlpatcH Dpc la II I TUB TB ION 11 BusAmass IONATHKXB
Amass ATtBKB Jan Ja 27 2TeCblnet 27The The Cabinet headed headedby heded hededb
b by M it Mavromlcballs Mavrmichail bos b been b upset upt by bytho b bythe
tho Military MllIta League Lge which is I now the con controlling c controlling ¬
trolng trolling body in the te affairs allalr of Greece GreeceThe Or GreeceThe
The Te Ministers Mnltrl held a protracted protmot session sessionlaat leMlonJL sessionlast
last JL night nigt at which whic It was wa decided 4cided Ide to ten tender t tender ¬
der their resignations rigntons to King George GeorgeLater Oergeltr GeorgeLater
Later ltr Premier Prmier Mavromichalls llvromlchll decided decidedto dedd
to meet met Parliament Prliment before bfor he resigns reelg8 and andcompel ad adcmpel andcompel
cmpel compel a hostile h0tlevote vote so as A to avoid the theappearance theappnc theappearance
appnc appearance of yielding yieldng to the dictation dictton of otthe ofthe ofthe
the Military Mitar League LeaguoIt Lguo LguoIt
It Is I believed beJ8Ved that tt M lr f Diagmus will wlbe wlbeentrust be beentrusted beentrusted
entrusted with the formation of
entrust It te foraton a new newMinistry nowMlnlltry newMinistry
MlnlltryDnOtND MinistryDROWNED Ministry V VDROWNED
DnOtND DROWNED Jtf BRONX RIYEtt RIYEttdorian nlEn nlEnFortan RhIERFlorlsn
dorian Fortan Webers epr Wife Wie Think Tink U I 1a Was A Acci Accidentallie eel eeldental et etdetalle
dental detalle dentallie He Had ad Beret III IIIWhile II IIIWbile
While Whlejurator Curator Raymond Rymond L Ditmars DItal1lof DItal1lofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Bronx Zoo 7 was a doing some work in inboathouae I ina
a boathouse btoue on the bank bk of the Bronx BronxtUver BronxRver BronxRiver
River Rver in the park yesterday yeetrY afternoon afternoonboys aflAmon aflAmonby afternoonboys
by boys rushed In and told him hm they had seen seenthe 81 seenthe
the body by of a roan ma floating foting in the te river riverDltmaru tyer tyerDtar riverDltmara
Dltmaru Dtar went out Olt in a rowboat rwbt and found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the body by and towed it in inThe InTe inThe
The Te man was Florian Florn Weber eber of 713 7132auldwell 713Cauldwell 3 3Culdwel
2auldwell Culdwel avenue aveuo manager for MAX lll Ames Amest Am AmC
A t Co C produce merchants merhant of 373 Green Greenwich Gren Grenwich Greenwich ¬
wich street strt He had complained cmplained of feeling feeUngII felc felcI
I ill II lately On Wednesday Weeday he loft for hU hUfflce hl hisoffice
office ot > c long after his customary cuoomar hour hur He Heiras He11II Hewas
iras 11II not seen sn after afer that at ills 1e wife said saidhat saidthat Id Idtt
hat tt he may have ve killed Je Himself I meet but b t she shebought shethought sheth
bought th ught his hldeth death was accidental accidentalWeber aQdental aQdentalWeber accidentalWeber
Weber was 1aa 40 9 years yel1l old He H was WI well wellmown wel wellknown
known among the German GraM In The Bronx Bronxihd ohx ohxSd rnr rnrad
ad ihd was a secretary tary of the Mel Melrose rose branch branchif
of the te Turn Verein VereinLATHAM VerelnLArIAl YereinLATIIAM
Aviator Not Hurt lurt bnt Machine MaeDe Smashed SmashedIn 8mae
In Mishap lenap in Egypt Egyptsp Elt EltJt Egyptpd
sp pd faJ J CaNf Cb Dttpalt Duplf la TUB T Box StrxCAIRO 8 8AIRO BoxCAIRO
CAIRO AIRO Jt Jan J7 27WloAvlaorLtam 27WloAvlaorLtamWI 27While While Aviator Latham Lathamras
was making a 1 flight flht at Heliopolls HelopU this thisiftemoon thltatoron thisafternoon
afternoon atoron something Imetblnl happened happne to t his hisnonoplane blsmonoplane hismonoplane
monoplane and ad he fell fel ICO teat teatThe feotThe feetThe
The machine maQe was smashed but Ljilham Ljilhamnarvellouily laihamznarvelloualy tbam tbammreloulr
narvellouily escaped Injury InjuryMETAW InJu InJuKEA injuryJIETAW
mreloulr ep
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dach BeUts 11 U 1 seat at a ta W Sax h tAd1
At Least Let a Ilcsagret B 4re Lives Lno Lest la I df city cityBrave Ctt CttOrate
Brave Rescuers NCI Drowned DroeI0 DrownedIfl IIH fHM fHMPeople 00SPeople
People Out of Work 1erTe WorkThe Tbe Damage DamageEnormous D DamneEnormousDanger a aEorouaDaser
Enormous EorouaDaser EnormousDanger Danger S of an Eldele Eldele8Pt Epidemic EpidemicSfttHat EpidemicS Epidemicpsclzi
SfttHat 8Pt CoM Cob Dttpatthi Dplt to T TEl TH Sent SentTABIS SU SUABI BcePARIS
PARIS ABI Jon Ja 28 190 13 A M MTe MThe The flood food ta tacoming I iicoming
coming cola down d01 from frm the upper up r reaches reachesfaster re reachesfaster
faster fatr than ta It escapes ecap below bloW tho city ot and andconsequently ase aseconsequently
consequently conuety the to river rvr I is still atll rising rC her herWater he hersWater
Water Is pouring puring over ovr the parapet pp oa oathe OstheCoursde1aReinoonTheeouthSLe
the theCoursde1aReinoonTheeouthSLe theCoursde1aReinoonTheeouthSLethe Coura CW de l 1 Heine Rine on the south eute td tdof
of the Place PJao de la S Concorde Concro Soldiers Soldiersare 8ld t tare
are ro rapidly rpldly building buldg rampart mmpr on the thawalls t thewalls
wala walls with wth bags bg of cement cement1C ceent ceentI
1C I the parapet pmpt breaks bre the te whole wboJaEIYI Ttunafij TtunafijElyseea Ms i iElys
Elyseea EIYI ea 8 will 1 be b swamped swamp A oordaa oordaatroop oordotroop t
troop tp ha b baa boon bn placed plp around aud the t flat flatdo JIsesdo t tdo
do la I Concorde Cnr Many of tfio t1 eefcMM atreotassin eefcMMIn h hIn
In total t darkness dl and axe acomp acompr amcompletFds amcompletFdssorted comptetelyd comptetelydsertod
sorted sortedPart sertodPart
Part Pal of the ta pavement pvmet4 pavomenton4ho < m4ho Qu QUaLSS QUaLSSGrands ft IT 11 tU tUOranda
Oranda Ord Augustlna Aug caved cV Inp Inpfel lnonlgbt aasl aaslfell aMfell
fel fell on the Orleans Orle Hallway HallwayAn way I IAn
An offloial ocattment statement Usugd 06 radaM I atrnIl4predlctathatthe8oinewj3lrosch radaMmum
pc predlctathatthe8oinewj3lrosch t 8ln r ftmxl ftmxlmum
mum flood oo between beteD 8 and D oclock ook ookmorn tMs tMsmorning s smorning
morn morning Both Bot the Marne YAe andtharupp ad u r rSeine i iSeine
Sie Seine are a subsiding subsidingTho aub
The To water wtr ha h penetrated pet th the basement basementof b
of the Jjouvrol L1 Several Seve bridceatare brd brdclO bem bemolosed beeaclosed
closed clO the engineers en ee regarding rgrlDC tiun t tlsesunsafe a aunsafe M Mue
unsafe unsafeIt
ue ueIt
It to f probably pbbly no exaggeration enpto to t Mf Mfthat ss ssthat
that half ho the teltr streets and ad squares 1u ot o Partare Part P Pazisare
ae are under u water ate and a that tht the other oJt oJthaT ball balllave hailha
haT ha lave water ate under tod them the Street S SIte after afterstreet aftesstreet
Ite oc 000WThere street occur occurThere la f being beIa closed oC aa a fresh fr subaldMwe subaldMweoccur SUb
There Tero is I much anxiety regarding the thePlaceda tePlace
muc axet regac regacPla
Pla Place Placeda de la Concorde Concor The city olt aroU aroUtect a arvItoots
toots tt say IY that more I la to t bo b feared fe froa fr froaK
a K diminution dimution of the te flood o than tha from fro th thpresent u the thepresent
prnt present pressure pru bu because as a the tewt waterlink water waterssink
link sik a suction will wl be b created crat under udt thrf thrfbridge t th thbridges
bridge brdg and quays qUY qua which wich may ma dislooat dislooatthe dllot disio aL aLthe
te the masonry masonryOne I IOne IOne
One fact fat supporting lupprng those thos who do not notM no notbelieve
beleve believe M lleve that the flood has yet reached its Itetreatest 1 1gtst itsgreatest
tat yt rce
greatest gtst magnitude mgnitude Is a change cag of wind Wd Wdto windo
to o the te eastward etwar Thin may pre prNc presage ag a ahaw athaw
haw ta of the snow aow In the provide prvlt la lahis 18 Inthis
tis his case c the water wlAre will wi undoubtedly undoubtedlyise udoub undoubtedlyrisesgain I
rl risesgain risesgainPaais ise again againPABIS againPle
PABIS Jan 37 27Te 27The The Seine 8lne began tH tHlUb to toiubalde tosubside
subside lUb Ide shortly sbory before bforo midday middy today todayind tt ttad to4syJ to4syJand
and ad in a short time a drop of ohlx six inched IDce wa warecorded wasrecorded <
recrded recorded The Te first frst signs sic of a fall fal of tfe tie tiewaters C Craters 1
raters wtel1l were hailed haied with Joy by byeH exelted exeltedcrowds ezSsdcrowds
crwd crowds who were watching wathig the torrtttt torrttttrom tl e efrom
frm from rom the quays quaysIt quys quysI
It I was 11II Impossible Im llble however howeer to augur augurFrom au aufrom augt augtfrom
From this tbl a 1 continued contued recession of ofater tM tMfrater tb tbrater
rater ater especially eepaly in view of the oraoi ol offioia4 offioia4weather s sweather
weter weather forecast forts Nevertheless Neerhete It Ita wa wai was wasa
a i hopeful bopfulsJg sign that tt the nun au shone aDe brightly brightlyill b t
ill al the forenoon showing ahowlg itself Itel for forlonger I s slonger
longer time tmo than tha since the middle of De Decomber D Decomber
cmb comberThere comber comberThere
There came cme too t encouraging encougng report reportFrom repr reprfrom ieporlsfrom
From the te upper uppr reaches rohe of the Seine Ine bet betor b bfor batfor
for or hours hour after the first lt decline deolne there thir was wasittlo waslittle
little IUlo with which to support suppr hope hopelevel Tb Tbevel The Thelevel
level fluctuated Ouotut or remained stationary stationaryind sltonry sltonryad
and ad at 6 oclock this thl afternoon atroon It waob wasob wasobserved waa ob oblerved
served that tho water was Wa rising rllg steadily steadilyit stdJ
at the rate of an Inch an hour hou Later Ltr it itippeared I Iappred ilappeared
appeared appred to be b subsiding subiding again againM aJI J JM
M Millerad lmernd Minister Mlnlter of Public Pbl W Wcak Wcaktald Wotksaid l
said sid tonight there was WI reason 10nt to believe believslhatthe bU bUthat believethatthe
lhatthe that the maximum mxmum of the flood o had ha passed paaa4nd passedand
and nd that hope hop was Justifiable Justfable On O p th thither U the theother
other oter hand some Ime engineers engln8re are ae less le con coaIdent 0 confident
Ident They fear a further futor Increase IncreaseThe Inc 4
The cold old increased Inorled at nightfall nlgltal and th thnercury 1 tha thamercury
mercury merur dropped dropp below freezing fronc point pointThe plt P PThe
The still tl lagoons lagnllin in the to streets stts were wer traces tracesver fr frozegover
over > and pumps pump everywhere everwhere were deoo deooated dfo deoorated
rated with icicles iciclesEven 1001N 1001NEven iciclesEven
Even If the flood fo now recede recM uat uatibscked u us uschecked
checked chked the worst orst la i not over Bubal Buballences But Subsidencea
lences denc of the earth ert continue contnue and an anikely a alkely arelikely
likely lkely to increase Iqcre endangering endgerng number numberf numb
of > f buildings buldlngmong buildingsamong among which are ar some Bme of otitstorlcal ofhltorlol ofhistorical
historical hltorlol Importance Im rnoe The extent extnt of ofhis o ofthis
this danger Is II aa a yet yetunkow unknown The Therrater Thewater Thewater
water has ha so percolated prlat everywhere everherl that thatfoundations th thatfoundations
foundations udtlons may be b found to b b be sapped sappedn app
In n unexpected U8pt directions dlrUoD at surprising surprisingllstancea eurrilDC eurrilDCdlsto surprisingdistances
distances dlsto from frm the te river riverThen 1 1Then 1 1Then
Then there ther Is the task t of feeding feing and andloualng a 4 4housing
housing hOWing the many mny thousands toued of refugee refugeetbove rtg refugeeAbove
Above all al there Is the to spectre of disease diseaserhich dlM diseasewhich
which whic haunts the administrative admlnilltive author authorlea aoton aotontlM authorities
lea and the te public publc alike alke A conference oonferenoaif cnfernc
of leading physicians physicn and ad health officer officerus olor officershas
h has us boon bn arranged to devise del regulation rgulatoM rgulatoMt regulationsto v vo
t to o prevent prvent or combat cmbt typhoid fever and andither andother
other oter possible epidemics epidemicsThis epldomIC o
This Tl danger dalte which whic was Wa alluded aJude to ton t toin t
In n yesterdays yetrYs despatches depthes to t Tine TJC 8cx 8cxleems SU Smseems
seems r to grow even more mor menacing menolng now nowhat 120Wthat ow owtt
hat tt attention atuntlon is partially parUal1 diverted divert from frommxlety fr frozeanzjely
mxlety adet concerning concring the height of the thirye river1 river1tself nlvWitself
itself A large part prt of Paris Prs finds ld itself Iteetfrithoitt I Iwitout itselfwithotit
rithoitt witout a sewerage eworge system systm Many of ofhe O ofthe
he taelwer sewers have hve hurst burt while whie other te an anihoked ar arechoked
choked with wit mud Number of cellar cellarlontain cll enllaracontain
contain beneath the flood water deposit depositif
contn beneat te fo wat dept
of if filth filt Some Sme of the te streets stt are a strewn strewnrltli etW Z Zwith
with wit refuse rfu One gets unpleasant oils olfaeory oi oilstoryevidenoe >
tr toryevidenoe ory evidence evidenc of o this a a as one pomes p through throughome trou
some Ime of the thoroughfare thorughfar The river rivertaelf r riveritself
itself U1 baa h an unpleasant odor odorThe oor oorTe odorThe
The Te work ok of rescue rce and the te supply luppl1 of ofpod o offQod
pod fQ have hve goneon all day dy without Inter InterupUon iter interruption
upUon rpton Many more mor men me including Inoludln a alumber a8Uber anumber
lumber of sailors 110 eilo e from fm th the northern norer and aadrestern a andestern
wetrn restern ports rt are ar now employed employ In this thtoibor tt thislabor
labor labr All work with wit gallant gallt devotion devotionrhich dvnt devotionwhich
which whc received rclyed recognition reocton thl thl this afternoon aftornooarhen afternoonwhen to
when the Chamber Cambn of Deputies Dutl formally formallycorded formaly formalyIt formallyrecorded
recorded corded its It admiration of th te the zeal z and aadesouroe ie andresources
resources rur of these thes gallant gnt men me Many Manyf M
a of f the te Deputies Deputle by the tt way reached red th thlhamber t the theChamber
Chamber Cmber pickaback their teir carrion crrl wear wearng wearlag r
lo lag ng long log sewer wer boots the te temporary tmpor brides bridghat brd bridesthat
hat built to th the flood havingproved
tt was w buit span ep foo having havingiroved h1
proved prv inadequate inadequateThe Indeute IndeuteThe
The question queton of the price prc of food fow was wasalso
a also 10 raised ri In the tht Chamber Chmbr today t7 M Mtriand K MBriand
triand Bn the Prime Pme Minister Wnter won on applause applausery appJU
b by ry promising pmln that tt thetJoveraraent theoeent theoeentlatervee would wouMaterven wouldintervene
intervene latervee to prevent prevet an unwarranted unwarrantedQcreas uwarn imwArrantedincrease 1 1Inc
Inc increase Qcreas In vakue VaIN It I must be admitted admittedbat aILt1
bat tt a Urge g majority mjority of the retailers retailerslaverefrained retall retailershiere4alned
laverefrained bvemlned from fm attempting attemptloJo to preflt prefltiy pt ptby protitby
by iy th the people pplo s diatraoa dt In respect rpt of ofitaple o ofstaple
staple commodities cmmoltlN The 1a chief cef rise ha haeen b hasbeen
bn been ltape een In foods fo which are more mor or lea 11 lesa lux luxtrie Juxu luxwise
wise trie Coal Cl wood and petroluem trlue how howver howeer however
u wo a
ever eer have hve risen ri8n considerably considerablyThe onlderbl S SThe
The Senate 8nte adopted aopted this thta afternoon a ahort aIhort isshort
short bill bl extending etnc the time tme for the te py pynent paymeat t tment
meat of taxes by sufferer lulerll IB the t8 flooded floodedletriota fio floode4districts p
districts dletre districtsToday letriotaToday
I Today 1 a as y yesterday trdy th th the S o4 I M e eI
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