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r1Z + + THE SUN SATlflKbAtf SAT SATtA J A jkNUAKY J NUA1tY 29L 1910
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Amur fUDl1Thye hava been driven from rromthelr rromthelrJ their theirWtjto
1Wp Wtjto J the t1eAvenue A Avenue dAntln They left leftlr leftV
4 i V teIr lr residence in boats and are now nowiing nowDI nowtdIiig
tdIiig iing DI shelter elter In the Courts of Justice JusticeJThe Jus JuttceI lce lceI
I I JThe The residents of the Rue St Dominique Dominiquehalve Domlnlquftve
halve h ve been without provisions since sinceTCsdansday IIlneerUWJday inoeedneeday
TCsdansday rUWJday and it has not yet boon found foundfeasible foundIMe foundeible
feasible eible IMe to relieve them They Thl are shout shoutIff shoutI
i Iff I iI f fa r food l od from fr m their windows The TheMdyof TheNIdyofpllut Theb
b NIdyofpllut h Mdyof dyof ii wnma inftsi whodied whodledthree three days dlyalIgo dlyalIgotJ1 ysego ysegoi ago
i 19 i tho tJ1 atraet trM t astoUnd tfasr t1nd floating on a at aA aIn abed
at1oodetoqa at1oodetoqaA edroQai
bed In I Ir t
r A boy 11n In another lu part paa of the city was wasattacked wasclced WJAatacked
attacked clced by ba a aearm swarm of rats hut he heeaoaped heeaeaped heeioaped
eaoaped without being severely bitten bittenjtoveral bittenl5eTeraJ bitteneiera
jtoveral eiera of the hospitals h had to be evacu evacuated ev evpcusled cu cuaJedtoday ¬
sled aJedtoday today particularly Doucicaut Doucl ut from fromwfcich fromcb fromlcti
wfcich cb 400 patients were taken out in fifty fiftyntnutos fiftyRlautea fIfty4n
ntnutos 4n utee Among these were several severalat
I at atthe the point of death The transfer made madesjBteerio madee madeheetie
sjBteerio e of the most moving and painful painfuldescription painfulmptlon painfulsctiptlot
description + sctiptlot Each sick person was waswrapped waspped waspped
wrapped pped up In a couple of coverlets and andwas andrl andhanded
rl was handed over to the firemen ftremenwho who car carried carriKttllm card ¬
riKttllm ried d them to the Automobiles lu1 aut mobiles which were werewaiting were wereWialUnA wereItln
waiting Itln to hurry them to other otherhotlpltaill otherhotlpltaillfUthaoomer hospitals hospitalsAt hospitalsMtthe
fUthaoomer Mtthe At the corner of the Caf de la Palz In Inftent hir inJ
J ftent r of fthe the Opel Opera House B use a cavein cavelnoo cavelnooed oo ooeirral oof
f eirral e ed This Is a 1Jus busy spot but it was wobirred wasfbured wasI
fbured I bred off by a detachment of soldiers soldiersJOn 8Oldlerstt
tt JOn On the Place de 1Opera 10 1Op ra the sidewalk sidewalkt sidewalki4
H t Us i4 oollapsed The gas lamp posts are arefaiblined areklliDlineciat areto1ined
klliDlineciat faiblined at all sorts of angles Thearohl Thearohlttpt The arohi arohittot arohitact
tact of c the t e Metropolitan subways con conHenCthe cont consger4he
t sger4he HenCthe Jhe situation very alarming a nkfrmlngI lnlt lnltt
ft I SAt t ts Vpurau JUr BurMu liuo of f the Prefecture Prefect Prefectel J Prefectt f t tPolI
t el PollcaLepUi PolI PoltMpleclare4 < l declared de < Jl re4 that at the sltua sltuafta uittian tua tuaIn
fta n inolte In e cede PJ P cede Rome was most die disM disR dlat dieIi
t Ii q ietJni etllI i
J 1 H b1s Sa afternoon a party of soldiers of oftiM ofi ofEngiaeei
i tiM Engineer clneer dorps orp was sent to free with withMelinite withte
I Melinite te bombs the arches of the Pont Pontto PontTolblao Pontde
to Tolblao which had become beO EIl obstructed obstructedwjfah obetn1ctedWfMa obstructedwh
wjfah wh debris d bris carried down by the th raging ragingyla raclnr raclnlng ragingAn
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yla alarming lng subsidence ofthe or of th thgrouiid ground groundoccurred groundit
M it III occurred all allalong along the o Qua dea deaanff dlllanel deeI deelet4
let4 aria the th8Qual Qual du Louvre En Enj EnN Enre
R N I ra j are throwingup throwing g up further walls wallsbarrioades wallsbaniOdea wallsbrricdes
t > barrioades of Band stone and ce ceBS eeI ceto
I BS t to protectthe pmtect bct the Place 1a du Carrousel CarrouselJa7h Carrouselho1eotthe Carrouselbavho1
Ja7h lTwhol ho1eotthe of oftho the Qual dOrsay In Infjj0at Intof infeIktof
fjj0at feIktof tof of the Orleans railway railw terminus terminusfetlit termlnulli
i fetlit BOW i given loetr way wyowlnR owing to the enor enormtVit enorJIrtIIYW1I enorressur
mtVit pressure ressur ot the thewater1s water in the tunnel tunnelI tunnelDdthefuh1on tunnelandthefashlonable
I btiiiathand Ddthefuh1on the fashionable ble St Germain Germainr Gerrnainbehind
r r quarter behind it is flooded to a depth of ofi ofeleht ofe41skt
eleht i ht feet feetIf feetII feetIf
If tho water continues Its advance advancethrough advanceit advancerougk
it through the Place de la Concorde thewbole thewboleChamps tbewbolea thewhoLecmps
Champs a Elysees Elys es will be swamped and the thelower thewnr theieiwes
lower floors of the Grand GrandPalala Palais and an l Petit Petitpftlftta Petitraw PoUtPt3ak
raw will be flooded Ihe pro progress of oftb orSa ofe
tb e waters la being fought stubbornly by a abtc atIc ab4
tIc b4 force of soldiers and sailors but their theirgreatest theireftortsm theirgreeteit
greatest efforts eftortsm seem to be almost useless uselessPavements uaol uaolhvementlll uselessPavements
Pavements throughout the lower I wer part partf pa partSr t tel
el f the city continue to cave in and lot lotthrough lototrreuP lotrough
through the water which baa probably probablybees probablyburrowing probablyt
t bees be burrowing under them for days daysThe daysPlace daysI
I The Th Place de lOp6ra 10p ra has been roped off offM olfrM offam
rM M saUaf e the subway aubwaybeneath beneath it having havingsaHapaed havingepsod havingselkpeed
saHapaed from the l pressure of water waterThe waterne waterThe
The sidewalk in front of the New ew York YorkKquitable YorkXquitab1e YorkKquitable
Kquitable Life Assurance Societys build buildtag buildlogs
8 tag has cavedIn caved in aa has the sidewalk sidewalkef
ef she Qual dee Grande Or nd s Augustlns in the the01d thekI theski
ski Quartler uart1er Latin Further Furtherdeatructlon FurtherdeatructlonIr destruction destructionpavements destructionef
Ir ef pavements is reported from the Rue Rueda Ruetie fluee
da e Toiimcn Toumoi1rTho ToiimcnThe
1 rTho The central telegraph stationhas been beentavaded beenIBnded beenIsivaded
tavaded by water and great delay is ex expected exi cxpocted ¬
i pected in the forwarding of despatches despatchesThe
The Council of Ministers considered consideredteday consideredthe consideredtoday
today the measures that It will be neces necessary neceeto necesary ¬
sary to take to t counteract the effect of ofthe ofthe
0 the Inundation and to secure immediately immediatelyHj Immediatelynthar6edenoo
Hj Y nthar6edenoo 6 iti r666denc r of the tbewater water the the1TMMlpUoa tbermption
1 TMMlpUoa tlOQ of the thevarious various publlclerTioell publlclerTioellJM public services servicesTha serr1oeuThe
The condition dltion of the sewers era is causing the thessfsnres theteare theprwest
prwest ssfsnres fears fearsWhether teareWhether fearsWhether
Whether or not the flood has hasreacbed hasreacbedftiYjrea reached reachedM
ftiYjrea 4 M 1 greatest reatest est point a question > that is much muchdisibttssedpro muchpro muchdIesaed
disibttssedpro dIesaed pro and con hi Paris the author authors J JHie
Hie k were ere of the opinion today that t at the th thIg tbeeitr thecity
s city might Ig l still UlI have ve Its I worst experience experiencebefore experlenCObefer experienonbefoee
before 1toIt1s It It is believed bell ved that if the water waterbegins waterl waterbea
l begins to subside badenow now the suction will wille will4rwaymuch
e 4rwaymuch 4Br i > iiynvuch vch9r pf t the dtlb budding 1ding founds foundatlgps foundstl9 ondaret
tlgps tl9 antf ii retamlrfg ret t 1 i walla which have al alrejtdrpeenweakened a al ardboen
rejtdrpeenweakened rdboen l ireakenod or undermined underminedr underminedI1ieautboritlllll
SI r Theatithoritiea are doing their utmost utmostto utmostk
to k prevent event a l panlo and are keeping a sharp sharpe sharpIlson
e Ilson < reoh on th newspapers to prevent the theImplication thet thet
t Implication t llcatlo of exaggerated encgeraiedreports encgeraiedreportsf reports reporteTbe
11 f Thq3Ilethr Tbe I Mlrjlater A tl8ter of Foreign Affairs an anMUfbed anta
1 ta ted that the Czar had placed at the theeUspoeal theC thepcl
eUspoeal pcl of the theOoverumcnt1 Government 10000 OOO rubles rublesOOO
C t OC OOO for the benefit of poor victims victimsThe victlmeat
at th thodsaster thodsasterbo ter tere
The bo e Prefecture of the Seine received receivedtoday r ved
1 today t a despatch from Gennevilliers Gennevilliersituatad GennevilUersthus
t III thus ituatad Wa near Paris announcing announ ng that thattte thatp
I tte protecting p ng dike had hadburst burst and that thats thath thatthb
s hi h wafer1 w vr te Wd spread over the entire entirecejiBtry entireoointl7
1 coHBtry creating general terror There ThereTen 1herer
> r I wq not e eyen Ten n boats boatsln in the locality ado adeI ado114
Joe q tf t1 114 I work workof of rescue and the e prop proprere properlYtJeMee properVy
erlYtJeMee erVy ceesereenormOUs ceesereenormOUsin rere erenormoue erenormoueIn enorraous enorraousthe
In ml bmq f the distant suburbs th thstate the thaqte thestiLe
state oraflVJp r aft is tragic It Is estimated estimatedi eatlmatedtIDCba estimatedIhatlnchardton
i I Ihatlnchardton hat tIDCba in Charrfmon n alone 48000 persons are arei arehemeleee arehenaelees
i toneless while at Ivry Issy Gentilly GentillyAlTcrtvill 001111AJlotlle GentillyAWortville
AlTcrtvill Jv I453Y ssy and Auteuil there Is Ishardly Isb Isbardly
hardly a house hou housethat that in I not flooded floodedI ftoodedtin
I tin In the atreebi of Charenton men and andI andCI andwomen
CI I women w6men are carrying cards bordered with withK withI
K i crape orspeonwhl on onwhlc which hisprinted Is printed Give Giveubread GiveubreadfotheictimsAfeatUre us bread breadK
K 1 fof fotheictimsAfeatUre the thsyctime Yictims vA A feature of the disaster disasterEl dleaaterlaihproinl disaster1athepromInebtpaI
El U laihproinl 1athepromInebtpaI tte JTomlnent le 1t jjort which is being taken takenK5i takenb1 takeno
K5i o fey society women In the work of succor succorK succorAt succorAt
K At Marie and Charenton many society lIocletywomen societyWomen
If women wearing huge aprons to protect protectli protectUlelr
li 1 their dresse are ar dispensing soup and andt andbread andhesad
t bread and dolng doingovrythIng v vlrthhig rythlng In their power powerp poWerto
p to alleviate the distress distreui distressAtMaisons
i AtMalsona At lAlsons LnflttAraoecourte Lafttt Laflttruceoourethewater LaflttruceoourethewaterIs o OutBe the water waterrr
rr Is steadily Kte 11 approa approaiIng ilng the track and andf andtn andtrainers
f trainers tn ners liB ti transTefring transre ng their horses to tofcj toother toI
fcj I other establiehmerita establiehmeritaE
E Heavy Jl hoar yY rains ralnsare are fading fa ing in the north of ofEf orIrance ofFranos
Ef France One Qnewho who made the journey to toE toPad toPairom
E Pari Pad Pairom from the north says saysl MYSAi1ntervals saysAtlnterrala
l AtIntervals and continuously aa we wefc wef8 weecuntred
fc cac f8 ecuntred iun < unt red Um 11 uppor P reaches of the theK theYoree theYoia
K YoODe and Seine we woinet met great sheets of offr ofeUwwt4IrWl11ch ofyellwatsYrhiCh
fr > yellowwaKrTThlch eUwwt4IrWl11ch extmdedos faros the then theeyebould theeye
n eye eyebould could reach standing or frothing sul sulJenly lIuIIent eullenly
< Jenly Ient around farm hoUses h Uses and over fields fieldsK fieldsanddroWnedhedgeeWlth fieldsanddrownsdhedges
K ond anddroWnedhedgeeWlth drownod hedges with slender poplar poplarsLt
Lt 4 oi showIng < here nereii and there Some thirty thirtyRf thirtymU hlrtyIIIU
Rf tail o from Paris we stopped and waited waited1I0had1berd waitednoit
b noi 1I0had1berd noit < aadtbetv iwt novtnjt novtnjtf I1O I1Oor nojnror
f for or two hotrs 01l1I or more > as we drifted driftedh
h at aCBnalls aamallsP pace oe the seen lICenj grew stranger strangerL atrangerbut
L but wojiderfully W J9e Ully beautiful 1 1tfll At A Vllle YUeIIlu yuler yuleand VlllenouVe
nouVe IIlu and St Georges the streets be beL beWaterways bewaterways
L r oar > waterways A full moon shone shoneLf ahoneoutitmnUr shoneout
Lf out J trauqujllr overV ovet ovei theY t jgardens gardt and andSi andpur andt
Si t ploSiurJTTfToTinas outitmnUr un1L nI whlcft cb were lre covered coveredfet coveredwith
fet with pur t blu blu4g blugry gray water Tbel Tegnsrl Tholgeneral general tone tonek tone toneandhujf toneand
k and andhujf < hu huof of this ths scene sen8Wlke s ena waa waollke llke one of ofA ofWltbrJotue ofWbl8tlsrspocturnes
A WhkrtUrs WltbrJotue Wbl8tlsrspocturnes Wbl8tlsrspocturnesWhen pocturnes pocturnesra
ra When ye we seemed ma on o the te point of ofapproaching ofppO
> 7 approaching ppO g the t glare de Lyonthe train traintf tln tlntue trainturned
Sr
tf turned tue aside IldQ aai and made a great bend d to tot totegh tothe
t the tegh rlght righLsav1ng leavin < Padsfaciothe PadtrJthe left l leftetwen ft
4 Belwern Btpn etwen u UH and Paria lay Jy a mighty mightyappreutly sea seaK seaappazently
K apparently appreutly without wihout any ay further furer shore shorejL IhoreadoyohtlnkJg shorendonlythot
jL andonly adoyohtlnkJg ndonlythot tho I tinkling UgMsdTthe Igtadthe ligNs the great greatfr It Itdtt01d greatdtytold
fr dty dtt01d told us u xtiit there was a life le beyond beyondA beyondtke1tiood
A tbefflood ftood Between Btw them and us lay a aK awater agreet
K greet water and the moon was w full ful fullYorheer
f For Yorheer or sheer er monotonous majestythe mJetythe pip plqtu pkture
Kt turei tu was w unequalled uequle One almrat almCt for forr forto forgoLIhedmoiatin >
r to goUlhodoeolati edlUfn n in its silent Ilent loveliness lovelinesssl Iqlneli Iqlnelitt
> > sl 4 bit lot more than thn fourteenh hours u ur late lateKC lte ltemed latewe
KC weWeamed we tt tesmed med into Ito the Gare d d > Lyon Lyonare Lo LyonThere
There are a e several reports of peopa peopadrowntxi peopateeing
teeing drowned c by suddenly auden stepping steppingwhile stepping4ep pop popc
° 4ep water ewle while orosalrjs cchL orceei Iteppng Iteppngewle sub sqbI
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Stationery S toner Department DepartmentSpecial Deparent DeparentS DepartmentSpecial
Special S cial Sale SaleWafting SaleW SaleWiting
W Wafting iingPaper iingPaperSeet Paper
4 1 Sheets SheetsH Seet sheetsOOEnvelopes 75
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H t OEnvelopel OOEnvelopes OOEnvelopesSpcisl n nSjXcialVlu
SjXcialVlu SjXcialVlumerged Spc Spcisl Value Viilu Viilub
b a 5tiAve27thSt 5tiAve27thStrenano
Drenlano renano < 5 stAy2tSt stAy2tStDrenlano New York Yorki Yorkmergoo Yorkmerged
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merged street att and there thee are other otherstories othererea otherstories
stories erea equally euDT startling startlingThe artUng artUngThe
The strangest 1 et object objet have hYe been bn seen seenfloating seenfotlrdP seenfloating
floating fotlrdP dpTm the swollen swolen rivers riv In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the last Jt twentyfour tet for hours there has hasbeen b hasbeenh
been b beenh l Increase I crMse n In the number nuber of oar oaroassea cr crCe oarceasee
oassea Ce oFCattta oPctto and sheep shep going down downthe dow downthe
the et ea n Household BoUhol effects eletsar are a acommon acmon aotnmon
common cmon slgftt elit At Neuilly leul Plalsanoe Plalsanoea Plao Plaoa
a cradle c1tn containing two to babies bbll drifted driftedout drft driftedout
out o t from t i asubieeedoWe asubieeedoWeAce snbmergedhouse snbmergedhouseA submergedhouaekMce
A Ace a rVlcA of boat bat omnibuses omnlbU has been beenorganized bn bnor beenorganised
organized or tEe torescuepeople trePple to who have been beenImprisoned b beenImprIsoned
Imprisoned Imprne in their thei home homes by the floods floodsHafo food
Hafo H 1 1e IrottfVUt f aubmVrged abrged railway inwayetonll inwayetonlleo stations stationahaVe stationshAve
haVe Boug eo eougehelter sbelter sbeteron on topbf thefpillars thefpillarswhore th pla plawhere pillara pillarawhere
where thfcydevpur JdeVour each eb other otherThere oter otere otherThorj4s
Thorj4s There e m Ha4 a collision Clson between betwen betw en soldiers soldiersaadkrApa IIOldlersAp soldiersaadAps
aadkrApa Ap Mt aa a the to thieves and striing striingarm atng atngarm strdngaTtn
arm men me are ar called caled on the Rue Proudhon Proudhonlast Prudbon Prudbonl
last l t night nIght One of the Apachee was waskilled 1 waskilled
killed killedLQNpOffvIanyZS kie
LQNpOffvIanyZS LI 28lnce Since early in II the theeveningonly theewnl theevenlngonlythe
eveningonly ewnl t the te briefest telegrams telegms from fromParis frm frmPrs fromParishave
Paris Prs Parishave have come CQe through owing owng to the In Increasexl I Increased
creased cre 8fn floodfnfr tnor of the te Central Cntl Telegraph Telegraphoffice Tele ph pho
office o offl e and these te have been bntrmltted bntrmltteder transmitted transmittedvery transmittedverye1owly
very verye1owly er slowly aTowJ Communication Cmmunication by tele telephone telepone talephone ¬
phone is impossible The latest latt newsns newsnsyet newBas newBast news as asyet
pone lhpble
yet t received rived is I contained contined in a despatch depatch to tothe tothe tothe
the Daily DtI Mail datedBerlin dated Brln 1132 13 P M Mwhich 1 MwhIchsaya
which whIchsaya whIchsayaThe caysrc caysrcThe
The follwing rOIJnghaa toilwinghas f haa just been received receivedby clved clvedby
by telephone telep one Paris is entirely entrel cut off offfrom olfrrr of ofrooowi
from rrr rooowi LoncTonowing IB Ong ng to t tdthe the flooding of the theCentral th thChtleleBph theC
Central ChtleleBph C ntral Telegraph office The Th situation situationtonight s uat n ntnlght ntonight
tonight tnlght Is extremely extmell critical critcal All Al day da it ithaa Itbaa ithas
baa rained rined pitilessly The Te waters wters are arerapidly arerpidly arerapidly
rapidly rpidly engulfing engulfg Paris ParisThe ParisThe ParisThe
The district dirict from rrm the Gare St Lazare Lazareas Lzr Lzrlas
las as far aa a a thfrjlue th Ju de dela la Paix Plx Is In imminent imminentdanger Imminentr imminentdanger
danger r owing owl wlt g to the fe water that Is rushing rushingthrough rig rigthrugh rushingthrough
through thesubterranean the lIubtere sewers Bwers To Tonight Tonl Tonight ¬
night nl < bt there thtre is II neither gas I nor electric electriclight eletrlo eletrloIgbt electriclight
light Igbt in the Champs Cmp Elysees EIYB e and ad It la only onlya onlyquelon
a question quelon of time before the Avenue Avnue des deaChampa desCmpa desChamps
Champs Cmpa Ely ElYMa EIy4es es will wil be flooded ftode by the thewaves thewve theWaves
waves wve that are lapping the adjacent adjacentquays adjacnt adjacntq adjacentquay
quays quaysAt q U
quayAt
At this tis point telephonic communica communication ommunlca ommunlcatlon ¬
tion with wth Paris Pars was suddenly cut off offEarlier 01 offEarlier
Earlier Erler despatches depate none of them later laterthan latr latrthan laterthan
than P in inthe Inte Inthe
0 M 11 reported pore further rurer cavelnH cnln
the te Place Plac St S Michel Michel The Qua Qul de Conty Contyand Contyand Contyand
and the Qua Q I de Malaquala Mlual aresubmerged aresubmergedThe areaubmrg
The Te flood tOls Is becoming bming worse wor In the te Tro Trocadero T Trocadero
cadero cero district disrc The TePuy Pasey Javel Grenelle Grenelleand Ornele Ornelead Grenelleand
and ad Champ de d Mara quarters quarr and the theJuvlsy tbeJuvl theJuvisy
Juvlsy Juvl andEssonnes a < YMDne districts districs are ar wholly whollysubmerged wholy wholyauberged whollysubmerged
submerged submergedThe auberged aubergedTe
The Te dlkeat dlko at Gennevilliers Genneyllers north of the thecity thect thecity
city ct has ba burst Consequently C neuently the plain plainbelow plin plinblow plainbelow
below blow and many streets strts in Asnleres AsnleresColomben Aabrell AabrellColomb Asni res resColombee
Colomben Colomb and Gennevilliers are ae flooded floodedThe foed foedThe floodedThe
The He le da la Grand Grd Jatte Is completely completelyunder completelunder comiSietelyunder
under water f Cracks Crks have hlve appeared apJr In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Pont Xational Ntlol which carries crrlea the theoelnturorailwaV theClntur theintur
oelnturorailwaV Clntur intur ti lIi j across s foss otheStne the Stfne aftfxj aftfxjQnaidIvry a AtthQuaIdlvr tfu tfuQuldlri
QnaidIvry Quldlri The Te flood fo Is lg growing gr wl winjat at St StDnii StD St1r1rs
Dnii D IJY Wbeni 1r1rs manufactories rnan 1p oiie8 s 1V have Jeen Jeendamaged teen teendaiaged n ndag
damaged dag At t that InXIPrl tpl place ce l5 SOO ptfrpons ns are areout at sf5oI
out oI of work There Ter is no gas g or or r drinking drinkingwater drnking drinkingwater
water nir there thereThe ui uiTe therqThe
The Te Hotel ot l Terminus Terlnue adjoining adoining the theSt theSt theSt
St Lazare IAmr station tatl n hasbeen habn has b en evacuated evacuatedThe e cuted cutedThe
The St B Larare district has become one oneof oneof oneof
of the th worst w Hraltc nt The Te water was eight eigt inches inchesdeep ibM ibMdep inchesdeep
deep in frpnt frp of thestation the station at midday middayallthe middy middyaltb middayallth
allthe altb levels le lsbelow below the street str being blnlof blnlofc of ofcourse ofcourse
course c full fnl of water wter Several Sverl fresh freshsubsidences frah frahaubideno freshsubsidence
subsidence aubideno of the pavement pvement caused cUled the thepolice th thepolice
police plce to t warn people pople to quit their house houseand ho hourosand e
and a largo re part pJof of thenejghborhood thenf hborhood is isnowevacuated II isnowevscuated
nowevacuated nowevacuatedSapper nOWVcted j jpp 4 4ppera > >
Sapper pp ppera worked at high pressure Prure preasureto to pre prevent Pr pr prvent ¬
vent the water wtr from the St Lazare Lzre die district dlltrc dietrict ¬
trict trc extending toward towar the Place Plac de deIOpera derOpr deiOpra
IOpera rOpr and nd they tJ tli y built a adam dam across acl the theBoulevard th thBulevar theBoulevard
Boulevard Bulevar Hauasmonn Bauan The flood f how however bowevr however ¬
ever evr burst the dam and andllwampd swamped the theshops thellhop theshop
shops llhop Later Lter consequences cnse enc were er re renewed reo reonewe tonewed ¬
newed newe subsidence lublden in the tbePlac Place de d lOp 1Ope lOpera
e era > ra a and an andthe the te Boulevard ulevr desCapuctnes desCapuctnesPart d s eCspucineePart CapuclneePar
Part Par of the thl th sidewalk aJ gjlcwa1ksanlto alkItthe anlcto the street streetlevel ltrMt ltrMtleel streetlevel
level leel the tree t and ad lampposts la ppoata sinking Ilng or orInclining orIncllnlncwlt orinclining
Inclining Incllnlncwlt with 1tl the sidewalk dewal The Te left leftside leftIIld loftmid
side mid of the te Boulevard leva des de Capucines pp lne inM is isclosed I isCloSed
closed clo A AiuUdlng building at the corner cmer of the theBoulevard th thBiievadt thBoulevard
Boulevard Biievadt dea d s Capucinea Cpucine and the te Rue Ruede Ruede Ruedo
de la 1 Pair Pal belonging blonging to t an American Americancompany Alrlca Americancompany
company compy eeems M to be b in danger dagr of falling fallingIndescribable falng falngIDecribbl fallingIndescribable
Indescribable IDecribbl confusion conrulon prevails prevais Tba Tbatreeta T Th Thstreets
streets IItrets of the entire district from the theGare the theOgre
Ogre O r St lAzr Lazare to the grand grnd boule boulevards boulevards bouloyards ¬
vards are re filled fl with a solid 80ld phalanx p1alanx of ofautomobiles ofautom ofautomobiles7
automobiles autom carriages cabs bs and
automobiles7 bie e vans vansThe vaMThe vansThe
nai
The police are helpless lelplNTe The noise is isdeafening Isdef isdeafening
deafening deafeningAn def lng lngAn
An appalling plng catastrophe is II feared In Inthe Inthe inthe
the St Lazare Lzre dleri district l Irf the court courtyard cour courtyard ¬
yard of the station staton the te pavement pvement is heav heaving heavlng heavlug ¬
lug A torrent torent gushes through tho man manholes manhole manholes ¬
holes holesThe hole I IThe
The situation Iituton In the Place de la Con Concorde Concorde Concorde ¬
corde Is IS1oalarm tnoit t ostalarrnlng alarming ng The earth ear Is Isheavinglbeneath lahlvingbneath Isheavingbeneath I
heavinglbeneath the tht Nantes Nat statue and andthe andfhe andthe
the roadway roa a is split splt The Te fashionable fashionablerestaurant rashlonablerelturan fashionablerestaurantof I
restaurant relturan restaurantof of Le L Doyen la Jean an n island Isld The 7e
Jardin de deparisMuel Paris Music Hall R 11 l filled fle with witha t
a stream strem of ofralnlw runningwater runningwaterThe tr trTe
The Te R Iwo e Royate Royl la I entirely entltl roped off offThe or offThe
The Te shops shop on this street Itrt did rp not Dt even evendress eyendre evendress
dress dre their thllrwlndows windows this tis mornIngTheMllltes morning morningThe
The TheMllltes Ministries of Foreign Forg Affairs Arrars War WarCommerce WarCmer WarCommerce
Commerce Cmer and an Public PubloWork Works have hv been beenInvaded bn bnInvadoo beeninvaded
Invaded by the th waters watel With the suooea suooeasive lIuo suoceeeivo
sive slv closing clOng of the bridges brldgthere there Is a aprospect a aprospect
prospect p t of It becoming bming Impossible Implble to tocross toC tocross
cross C the Seine SeineThe StiuoThe Ine IneTeBuccaut
The TeBuccaut Bouclcaut Hospital HOlplt had h to be tastily tastilyevacuated t lastllyevacuated tl
evacuated evao alP early In tho theda thoday day and the patients patientsremoved pAtenta pAtentaI patientsremoved I
removed r mvr to other hospitals 1The T The he front ol oltho of ofthe ofthe
I the building buUdnl had given give way wayIn wayIn wayIna4jition
In Ina4jition addition a ltlon to t the teBuclCut Bouclcaut Hospital Hospitathe Boeplt
the doned tlu Maternity Hospital Hospit has hI been bn aban abandoned ab abandoned ¬
f r
Two accidents acidents have occured occur In the theChampa te teC theChamps
Champs C mp Elyae Ely > s owing to landslide landslideA ladlde
A woman disappeared dleppar In a yawtolng ya cavity cavitywhich cavitywhich cavitywhich
which opened opned beneath beth her feet A carter carterwith cter cterwith carterwith
with his horse hor also al disappeared diapJred The Thecarter Tbecrwa8avr Thecarter
carter was saved but b t the horse was wulost wulostA Jost JostA
crwa8avr te
A boat bt containing ntlnlJ four for soldiers Ild r was waawashed wa waswashed
washed wase from a side street atrt Into the Seine SeineTwo Sine SineTo SeineTwo
Two To of the theoupnts occupants fearing the boat boatwould bt btwJld boatwoild
would wJld be 0 carried car away awy jumped jump Intp the thewater thewater thewater
water and saved sved themselves t emlV by b cl clinging clingingto gnJ gnJto
to the branches bmncle ofn of trw tr tree A third hlmmn hlmmntrg man mantrying mentrying
trying trg to te td follow rolow them was w wa caught ught in the thecurrent theCnt thecurrent
current Cnt and drowned drowed The fourth fourbllcUer fourbllcUerw soldier soldierwaa soldiersaved
waa w saved Ived by by means meanl of a rope thrown thrownto thr
to him himThe himThe
The Te blmTe Volsln aeroplane works work with with a adozen adq8 adqren
dozen dq8 new aeroplanes aeJ plane boa b been destroyed eedeetroyedat td destroyedat ted tedat
at Isay Several SvPrl aeroplane sheds she else elsewhere elaowhe elsewhere ¬
where whe have been bn swamped and tho tem ma machines machines ¬
chines cin they contained are under underwater underwaterAn water waterAn waterAn
An urgent urget telegram tleg from Gennevilllera Gennevilllerato OnnevJers OnnevJersto
to the th Prefect fe Bays IYItbt that hi I consequence conu n9 of olthe ofthe ofthe
the dike breaking bre ldng the thewhole wholecountry whole count country Is Isbeing i isbeing
being bing flooded foe The panic pnlo is I Is II general generalBoata generl generlBotanr generalBoats
Boats Botanr nro begged bgge for forVisitors forVleton forVieltora
Visitors Vleton are ar leaving levn many inanyof of the Paris Parishotel Pu1ehotels rl
hotel In alarm Hundreds fleeing floelneto
hoiel aln Hu are ar fOnc fOncto
to the Riviera Rviera The oaf of oafs p are illuminated illuminatedwith lunnt iiluntinitedwth
with th candles cndlN and oillamps ollamps ollampsOne CII lamps lampsOne i iOne
One of tb tbt the t greatest < te ne n nerds ds of the city ctyisboatfl cityIs
isboatfl Is bot boats All Al those tho available avalJbleln In the thoegb thoegbborhoo neigh neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood borhoo of the city ct were were put to use ue at atthe At atthe
the outset out t of orth ther flood fo bur but since lnce the thoextension theexteMon theOZteon
extension exteMon of rrth thn inundation Inundton they the have havebeen Mvebn havebeen
been bn sent Bnt to the outlying outyng district dectawhei where wherethe wherethe
the theo conditions ndtlon are ar worse wo The Te result resultIs rult rultIstbt
Is Istbt that there thlr Is II now a great gret scarcity Iftyln Iftylnthe ecaoltyIn ecaoltyInthe In Inthe
the flooded flooed parts of the te city cty and there thereIs thereisooneequently
Is consequently o nuenty no means meal of getting gettingabout getting gottInsabout
about More sailors lon arrived anyed today ty with withboats withb03ts wIthboats
boats from t tie je north coast oose but the thlepply supply
Is Atl still till inadequate inadequateThe Indeute IndeuteThe
The Chamber Cbrof of Deputies Iputlee U I discussing discussingthe dieuMig dieuMigthe
the desirability of its
suspending
deirablty ass sessions aeaalons assclone ¬
aWpdlglta
clone believing bleving that the menbera m nbers ben could couldbe couldbemdrebelprulellhere couldbe
be bemdrebelprulellhere mdre helpful elsewhere It Is I also alsoproposed al ciscproposed
proposed to t close elo the schools schoolsThe e1ool schoolsThe
prop
The TheBur Bourse was greatly gtl agitated agitted all allday al allday
day and little lte business buee was W done Many Manystocks Manystk Manystocks
stocks stk especially e pl those thoe of tramway and andelectrical andeletlc andelectrical
electrical eletlc companies compleeand and bonks bk were wereoffered wereoler wereoffered
offered oler at almost aost ranlo r anlo prices pricesThe pric pricesThe
The eaoU almshouae at Issy 11 lea Moulineaux Moulineauxcontaining Mouleaux Mouleauxcnting Moulineauxcontaining
containing cnting 1800 11 i Inmate Imat are surrounded surroundedby surunded surundedb
by b water Boats Bt are a greatly gty needed need to torescue tore torescue
rescue re their occupants oupta but none are areavailable a areavailable
available avalabe At Oolombes Olomb ISO 15 Ifales Ifalesa families familiesare
are a waiting wating to be rescued rescuedThe lued luedThe rescuedThe
The Lord Mayor has opened oped a fund at atthe atthe atthe
the Mansion Mion House Hou for the relief rler of the thesufferers thesuerer thesufferers
sufferers sufferersOPERATIC sufferersOPZR4T1CAZD
suerer suererOPEBtTI
OPERATIC OPZR4T1CAZD AID FOR PARIS PARISMary PARS PARSIal PARISfary
Mary Ial Garden Ganm Organizes Oalze Special 8pfai Matinee Matineeand Matineeand e ea
and a Jwteraod uer WlreiT Ii1rejhanks Ii1rejhanksMa17 lr > ank ankMary anl
Mary lia Garden at at the suggestion u ton of ofOscar ofO ofOcar
Oscar O c Hommeratein Iamelteln ia I organizing a apeclal aspeci
1 speci peclal ll maUnee matn e at the t Manhattan YDtt orplzng Opera OperaHouae Opra OpraH OperaHouse
House H w for the tebneft benefit of te the Paris Pa flood floodsufferers food foodIIlrreren floodsf1etors
sufferers IIlrreren It will wi take takel takopiace place on the after afternoon aftern afternoun ¬
noon n n of February brl 7 td 7andW jvod w will comprise compriseacts rpr
acts aC from frm popular ppul r operaa oP and a arloa a or orconcerted orcncr orconcerted
concerted cncr numbers nubers enlisting elltc all all of the thesingers theAlngrs thesIngers
singers in Mr Hammersteina
Alngrs Hamentels company c
Every Ever one boa b volunteered voluntr from Mme MmeTetrazzinT MmeTftrlnT MineTetrazzinl p
TetrazzinT TftrlnT to the double boss 01 players in inthe Intbe inthe
the orchestra orchestraAmbassador orlllltra orlllltraAmbor orchestraAmbassador
Ambassador Ambor Jusaerand Jurd last lat evening eveningnent Ivnlg IvnlgRnt
sent den Rnt the following folowing telegram lelegm to Miss m3 Gar Garden Garden Garden ¬
denFrench denFn
French Fn sufferers urerer cannot fall al to be b touched touchedbjr
I bjr h ypur spontaneous Ipntan uI and generous lfnlru1 offer offerJlmSKHAND oler olerJuslnAND offerJUSSEOSNO
JlmSKHAND JlmSKHANDA JuslnAND JuslnANDcncr
A concert cncr will wl be b given at the Metro Metropolitan1 Metr MetropolitAir ¬
politan1 pltn Opera Op House Hou on the te afternoon afternoonof aftron aftronof
of February Febrry 8 beginning lnlng at at3 3 oclock oclok the thegross tbeg thegross
gross rlpt receipts to be b devoted dtot to tothe the benefit benefitof bneft bneftof
of g the te sufferer auerr in I Paris The Te artists rltgve rltgveumou gave gaveunanimous gaveunanimous
unanimous umou response rpn to t the request rUl1t for fortalent fortalent fortalent
talent for the concert concertThe concertThe
The new French Frech concr daily daly Le 1 Progrtt Prgi has haastarted hasatr hasstarted
started atr a subscription asubrpton in I aid Of the thevlctl victimof victim victimsof
of the floods flo in Franca r and has b received receivedup Ived Ivedu
up u to t the present tie time MOO MOOMaud S 000Maud
Maud M ud Allan Alln yesterday notified notfoo her hermanager hermg hermanager
manager mg r R R E Johnstone Johtne yeterY that tatbe thathe she would wouldbe woul wouldbe
be b happy hpp to t dance dce in any benefit per performance perforruance ¬
beft
I formance rOro to b b be given give for the t e sufferers sufferersfrom auferers auferersfrom sufferersfrom pr prI
from the floods in I France Frc Mr MrJoht Johnstone Johnstonesent ne neaet
sent aet Miss IM Allan Alls offer oert to J B Martin MartinCABLE MartinCADLE MartinC1IHLE
CABLE MESSAGES DELAYED DELAYEDNotice DEIArEDNoUce IE141EDlotlce
Notice Covering Covftnc Nearljr NerirAI All Karope Fro Issued Utuedby Iu Iuby
by Commercial Commecal Co CoThe CoTho CoThe
The Commercial Commerc Cable Cble Company Cmpany has haaIssued hasIMued hasIssued
Issued the following folowing notice noticeWe notc noticeWo
We are advised avl of dej d delay li y In trans transmission traMml transmjseion ¬
mission ml on of 0 cablegrams cblegrams to France Jnc Italy Italyand ltal ltaland Italyand
and Switzerland SwitzerlandOwing Swlaerland SwlaerlandOwlngto
Owing to tho t thoatorins oltl1 storms there ther will w l be b some Ime ImeI
delay on 0 messages mge to t the north pf prld Eng En ¬
I land ld aid Ireland1 Irl nd There la also ala delay delayon
on cables to Denmark DnmarkSween Sweden Norway Norwayand Norwayand
and Russia RussiaFIXAXCIAL RU RtiMiaFIX4ZCIAL la laFIN4CII
FIXAXCIAL FIN4CII RESULT REfLtQp OFFLOODS OFFLOODSJohn fIODS1 fIODS1ohn
John ohn K E Oardln G rdln Hay Sa lie le ElpectssNo ElpectssNoSerious Expect PfctlNo PfctlNoHeton No NoSerlons
Serious Heton Immediate ImmMate Knect KnectJohn EtCt EtCtJoh F4TctJohn
John Joh EAGardin EGardi vlceprealdeat vl pmldet of fie the theNational theNational
National City Bank said
Natonl BkealyeatT yesterday that thatwhile thath1Ie
while bie h1Ie the floods foodll In iz France F o mayoon maycthnpare maycthnparewith actlpre actlprewith > pare parewith
with the t San 8 Francisco Frclc Fran isco earthquake Mrhquk4 in inultimate I inultimate
ultimate ultimt effect erret on oathe C the te financial hi roll noIal world
t
We Guarantee Guaranteejeyeiy G ar Itee t tv
jeyeiy v g garment ren we sell selev selleven even n during durng our closing closingsales clcming5aIeeaCheason 9 g gsale
sales sale 5aIeeaCheason Q each eac season seon when many of of the t garment g tet are aresokJ aresold Ie Iesolf
sold less than
at i tle cost costSpecial cot cotSpecaoferngs costi costci S
Special Specaoferngs A ci offerings offeringsnowasfollows offeringsnowasfollows4l5for now nowas as follows followsA f919Ws f919Wsi t tt
t i 115for 1 115for
i 4l5for 15for Overcoats Overcoat t c Suits Suit that were 20to 2Oto25 2Oto25i 25 2525orOvercoats r
25orOvercoats 25 lor Oercoat Overcoats Suits Suts that were w wdcc e 321 I to40 t tI to 40
40 for Ovefcoats Oercoats that were 50 5055 55 Ac c 60 60v 6 6I O OLii >
Lii I IIII liii I
v < J V I I s ste t tA
te r1tltJj sk A j t r tUft i 1 > il 1W 1 o
J u C Cte
oo the te th serious BertouaThe seriousThe ImBMdlata biteef ffeot la sot D Ukelvto lklto b boo b be beso
erU The Te destruction dd o f o math mui of the thoworld theworlde
world wnnHfe WMm11t BMM sss the e same muc l thing thig t vi vithe asthe
the te San Trc4eeo Tra ici ex earthquake < o oJ cly rjr of ofooune orCW ofcourse
course CW the to Jtttor r vaa ns eu pf greater tr tnoznl tnoznltude mairnitude
tude Also AI it mint But not o le forgotten m that thatthe tat thatthe
the thl Baa B Fraactooo Fcaalr affair o b followed rolowe forgt on the theheels thehels theheels
heels hels of the Boer Br war wr aad Mi the ItuaM ItuaMJapaneno RM RusSoJapanese
Japanese Jape war wa which had h already alr enUlied enUliedan etie
an enorntoiM eoot drain upon the resources ol olthe of ofthe ofthe
the financial world r t resor
In I fcjl reoflBt rty reoeEtyM4l years how hee hOffSOr T r we have hav been b
free fr from rr such dtauiien dlt and the inter international iter iterntol international ¬
national ntol money mo market mrket fortunately rorwly In Inat hiat
at the present Prt time hi I an a undisturbed undlturb and andcany ad andOAflIP
cany condition conditionNevortheloea cditon cditonNeverelO conditionZevertheloes
Nevortheloea NeverelO the result rult1 is bound to bevry bevery be bevery
very vry far reaching tlg It may mY occasion Olon an ananpreciablfl a anappreciable
appreciable apprl raking rlsig of money mn rates rt in inEurope I inEurope
Europe Europ beoauae bUe of the additional addiol demands demandsfor demd
for formoeyl money monoyIn In France Frc o and a the calling mlig hi Iof inot of
French Fbopltallnvlt capital invented abroad abr > Thla Thlaprocess Tl Thkprocess
process pr will naturally nturl result rult In I a gradual Jrul Jrulelle
decline elle of the thexcage exchange market m rket In I Phria Phriauntil Pr Frlsuntil
until uti It reaches a point where gold will wi be befreely befrly befreely
freely Imported ImportedBcoauee Impr rM Pint
Bcoauee 8le of our o easy money conditions cditos
here her and in I view vie of M the to moe manner mer hi I which whichwe whic
we have of late been b made to liquidate lquidat
Europes Eurp debts dets it Is I quite quit me possible pible that
America may my be b called cale upon to bear br a
large France lrge Frce share sare I in this thi supplying lIupplylgof f of gold gld to t
The New York 1orl Chamber Cmber of Commerce Commercereceived Cmmero Commercereceived
received rived yesterday yeetery thin tbl cablegram mbleram from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Paris Par Chamber Cbb of Commerce Commer Mint It In Inanswer I Inanswer
answer awer to Its cablegram of condolence condolencethe cdolec
the day before before1henUment beforeThe i iThe
The 1henUment sentiment t of sympathy ampalby from fOl1 the theChamber theCambror theCbamberof
Chamber Cambror of Commerce Cmmere of New NewYork York foe foedletT goe goedireetly oe oedirectly
directly dletT to the herl hearts of all al Frenchmen FrenchmenThe FrenchmenTe
The Te Th Chamber smbr of r Commerce Commeror of Paris Prl In I very veryappreciative very veryappr verysppreclatlv
appreciative appr lat of fTo your r manifestations Inanlfe1ttol of offriendship orrrlendhlp offriendship
friendship and nd thanks thank you OU moat mo t sincerely sincerelyThe aincerelyThe In erely erelyTe
The Te Farmers Fater Fatmeretsoan loan and aadTrust Trust Company Companyit Cm ny
it Itas was announced aouC yesterday yeete y will wi receive receiveand reh rehand receiveand
and forward for free fr all al money maeat moneysent sent it for the therejief thelie thereief
rejief lie > of f the flood Oo victims vicims hi I France FranceThe Frc FranceThe
The Te money mo can c be sent Bet either to Its Itm1 main mainoffice mainoffice
office omc or to IU It Fifth Flfb avenue aveue branch branchVERDICT brnch branchIEn
1 1E
VERDICT IEn E IJI JHCT r IX 11 TRASK TlASl iNQUiRY iXQVlRYEpgtnerr INOVIniln
Epgtnerr El iln tnee f ITrld 1fld on onlfanllaoahteCharce onlfanllaoahteCharcea Manitaashter Charge ChurseA
A and a Railroad Rlr d Crlttriicd CrlttriicdOsarNtKo crl CritlotsedOssnnyo lc r
OsarNtKo OSIQo Jan 28 280roier Coroner Coro er Squire Squiretoday Sulr Sulrtoay SquIretoday
today held Engineer Egl rEu Eugene De Klannagaa Klannagaaof Jann gab gabofthe
of ofthe the milk mik train tran which wblc ran rannt into the te Mon Montreal Mor Montreiel ¬
treal tl express exp at Croton Crotn on New Years Yearseve Yeas Yeaseve Yeareve
eve killing kiing Spencer Spnor Trask Trk to await awaitthe awaitthe awaItthe
the action aooD of the te Grand Grd Jury Jur on a charge chargeof chargeofma1ughter chargeofmanalaughter
of manslaughter ofma1ughter in the second Ind degree degreeTbe deRr degreeThe
The Te Coroner Croner does do not look lk upon the therailroad te teriradu therailmadaa
railroad riradu railmadaa as entirely enUI blameless blaelM upn Withoutgig Withoutgoing Without Withoutgoing
going gig into Ito the themerl1 merit of the new auto automatic AUtomtlc autorustic ¬
rustic mtlc system It of r signals elgn he expresses the theopinion theopiion theopinion
opinion that tht the company com pan does doe eXPe not pro provide pr proaide ¬
vide sufficient sucien protection prttlnto to their trains trainsat tln tlna
at a the place where whr the thewrle wreck occurred occurredHe ocurred ocurredle
He le requested rut pac the company to reinstruct reinstructtheir relnstructteir reinstructtheir
their teir engineers enginers not eompy to reverse rever their loco locomotlyVa lo boomotIves
motIves motl e when they Want wtto Wkntto to make mke a quick quickstop quickstop quickstop
stop as tho expert testimony ttlmonyahowe testlmonyshowed showed that thata thatarve thatareverasi
a reversal of exprt the driving wheels hels Is a hin hindrance bindrc hindrance ¬
arve te drving
drance drc tA t t stripping stpplng quickly quicky
Flannagan renewed ne1e his hi SSOOO IOOO bond bondCOVRT bondCOrlT bondCOuRT
COuRT COrlT MAXDATE MAXIATEFOR 1AlATE FOR ORESSER ORESSERPrrnldrat OnESEUPrldft G1fESSERPresident
President Prldft of querns Qu rl Borough Broush Must ut Rein Reinstate MelD MelDItate Reinstate ¬
state a Laid Lid Off 01 Foreman ForemanJustice ForemanJustc ForemanJustice
Justice Justc Kelly Kely In the Supreme Suprme Court CourtBrooklyn CourtBrcoJIJ Courtlirooklyn
Brooklyn BrcoJIJ yesterday yestry decided in favor of olEdward ofEward ofEdward
Edward Eward Rooney who was wlad laid off aa aahighways 8 ashighways
highways foreman In Queens Quen borough boroughon
on November 30 3 aat and brought brouab suit suitagainst suitagnst suitagainst
against agnst President Pdent lt Grosser Grr for reinstate reinstatement reintate reintatement reinstatemont ¬
ment mentRooney montRooney
mentRne Rooney Rne who Is a veteran fireman firemanshowed fremn fremnsoed firemanshowed
showed soed that tt be was laid off without withoutcharges withoutcbargea withoutcharges
charges or chance for a hearing while whilethere whie whiethere whilethere
there was work to t do in the te bureau buu and andno andno andno
no lack lak of funds fund He alleged alem In his com complaint complanttt cornplaint ¬
plaint planttt that Supt Supt Leahey Le had ba explained explainedto explaned explanedt
to t him that tt he was u laid lid off of because bUM he hehad heh hebad
had h election electionEGLISII eletop eletopEOISI electiopEXCLISII not supported suppor Grosser Grr at the recent recentelection rnt rnteletop recentelectiop
EGLISII EOISI FOR FORPresident OR OrATFMAl GUATFMALAXS GUATFMALAXSPresident ANS ANSPrldet
President Prldet Cabrera Cabr r Learning Iarnc It I Makrs lak1 it itCompulsory ItUflPUP017
Compulsory tOD IIIOI In t the tf Kertoolt KertooltNKW fol folNJw NdeoIsNaw
NKW NJw ORLEANS Jan 28 2P 25PresIdent President dmt Es Estrada F FtrM Ftrada ¬
trada trM Cabrera Cbrr of Guatemala Gutemla has hs issued issuedan lued luedan
an order that tht English Egl h thill hal hereafter herftr be betauaht b betaught
taught tulht in Inal mall all the th publto plbU publicecheuis schools of o the te re republic 11 11publote republic ¬
public publote the th study being bin made mdcomfuI mdcomfuIle o compul compulsory coinpulson ¬
sory son President P ldent Cabrera < brr believes bUeve that thatEnglish thatEnglish I
le English EgU is to be the th future futu language lnguge of ofthe ofthe i ith
the th commercial commerclal world worldPrwident worldPldfnt worldPresIdent
PresIdent Pldfnt Cabrera C brr hlmi hlr hlmielt elr Is II studying studyingEnglish studyinEnglish
English Eglsh by a phonographic phongpho method meho atudyng an anbecause and andbecause nd ndbu
because bu of ofhl hlw hi example some of the most mostprominent mo mostptominent
prominent promlnentomclall officials and business bune men menare menare menare
are doing the same sameThe eame eameTe sameThe
The Te order for the th study atdy of of English FgUllhlnte In Inthe inthe
the te schools hool goes go into Int effect 1 at once onceo one onceNo
No o SltCESSOlt M CSSOfl TO TOHut P4B P411SOXS P411SOXSlint
Hut the HubCommlttre Hubommltt Mai a Oroide 0I1eCn flscldeon on a aMan aran aMen
Man This Tll Afternoon AfternoonAnother Af AfternoonAnother mn mnAnother
Another meeting metng of the subcommittee subcommitteeappointed subcommitteeappointed ubcommitto
appointed appoln d by the Republican Rpublcn county countyorganization countyorgnlaton countyorganIzation
organization orgnlaton to recommend rmmend a successor successorto sucor sucort
to t Herbert lerbr Parsons Part was w held last night nightat
at the home of Otto T Barman Brr but butaccording butacring butaccordIng
according acring to t a statement sttement made by Mr MrBannard MrBannard Ir IrBnsrd
Bannard Bnsrd no definite denlt selection letion was w made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The seven members member of the committee committeewere cmmltt
were re present prent at the meeting metnl with wih the theexception theexcpton theexception
exception excpton of Congressman Congman Bonnet Bnne and andit
it wee decided deded to t adjourn adjour the me mNtnl meeting meetinguntil tinjr tinjruntil
until ut noon nontaywhenMr rmoontoday today when wbenMr Mr Bennet will willbe wl willbe
be here hereThis b hreThis re reThis
This meeting mtnA will wl take tk place in Mr MrBannards MrBannard r rBsomc
Bannards Bsomc s office and it la understood understoodthat underst
that the subcommittee subcommltt will wl endeavor endeavorto endevor endevorI
to t reach a decision deiion which will wi enable enablethem enabletbem enablethorn
rc
I them to t report rport to a special lplal meeting metng of ofthe oftho orthe
the executive eetive committee commltt of the county countyorganisation cupt cuptorganlrton couptyorganization
organization organlrton to be held beldat at the th Republican Republicanheadquarters Rpublcn Rpublcnhedqurrs Republicanheadquarters
headquarters hedqurrs in the Metropolitan Metropoltn Build Building Buld BuldInl Building ¬
ing Inl at 430 43 oclock this afternoon afteron If Ifthe I ifthe
the subcommittee ebmmltto is ready read to t tepomat tepomattl4l report rat at atthis
this meeting metnl the executive ectve byAI bodyibl bodyibldraw body Will Willdraw
draw up its report to be submitted lubmlted to totbe t tothe
tbe county cnty organisation orglton repr at the special specialmeeting specialmeetlngonMonday pclal pclalmetig
meeting metig meetlngonMonday on Monday Mondy night In the Murray Mury
HI HIl Hill 11 Lyceum LyceumNeither Lycum
Neither Neithe Mr Bannard Bnnard nor any other otherof
of the te members of his committee commite was wasprepared ws wsprpr wasprepared
prepared lost J night to give any hint as asto asto
to prpr the man they the would gve probably probbly recom recommend recm recmmend recommend ¬
mend but it II believed beleed that the tte choice choiceof chol cholof choipeof
of the committee committ will wlbe wllibe be Lloyd Loyd Oriscom Oriscomor Grem Gremor
or J Van VanVechtn Vecbten Oloott OloottJolt Oct Octob OlooltJob
Jolt ob for fa Brooklyn Brookll Oemorratlo PemoraUe Leader LeaderThomas Itader ItaderTomaa LeaderThomas
Thomas Tomaa J Drennan Drennn Democratic Demoatlo leader leaderof lee
of the Fourth Assembly Anbl Asser bly district dhitr dIstrl t iti Brk BrkIyn Bro Brook Brooklyn k klyn ¬
lyn wan appointed yesterday yeteray secretary secretaryto Jtr
to the waapplnt Board Ba of Assessors A r to t succeed succeedWilliam auc succeedWillIam
William WIlam H Jasper Jupera a brother of former formerSchool rormerShol formerSchool
School Shol Superintendent SUprntendent Jasper The Thesalary TheMlar Thosalary
salary Mlar is 5000 0 a year yer The T Jupr appointment appointmentof appintment appintmentofMr
of ofMr Mr Drennan Dna is the first fr that baa been beenmo bn bnm beenmacje
mo m macje < Je e by byMayor Mayor Ma7r Gaynor Oayor on recommenda recommendation recmmendl ¬
tion by b John T McCooey McCooeyFrayneTfckc Mcy McyFrekCaf McVooeyFrayneTkesCbargi
FrayneTfckc FrekCaf FrekCafHugh FrayneTkesCbargi FrayneTkesCbargiHughFrayne charge chargeHughFrayno
HughFrayno Hugh raye who wb has hs been bn appointed appointedgeneral appinte appointedgeneral
general generalorsanlrer organizer and the N Nfw Nw w York Yorkrepresentative Yfrl Y rk rkrepresentative
representative repretatve of C President Gompeni Gompeniof Oomprs
of 0 the tbe American erl n Federation Federtop of Labor Laborn Lbr LbrIn
In n place pla of Herman Bern Robinson took charge chargeresterday chargeyeteriy chargeyesterday
yesterday yeteriy at the teA theA A F of orLlocal L local head headquarters headqlrrs headquarters ¬
quarters 35tThird 2Thlravenue 2ZThirdavenue avenue He Isr I a sheet sheetmetal Ihet Ihetmetal sheetmetal
metal qlrrs worker by trade trae but has I been be n an anA anA anA
A F Fof of L organIzer for ten t years yearsSleeper yers yersSl yearssleeper
Sl Sleeper pe Trunk T Smuggler 8mnl Pleads Pnd Guilty GuiltyJohn GUit GuiltyJohn
John MoMorrough Mofuough one of the te twenty twentyseven twentyseven twantyseven
seven sleeper trunk trk smugglers augaler arrested arrestedaat relt
last lt December Dm Iepr r pleaded guilty guity late yes yesterday yeaterday el eltr ¬
terday tr afternoon ar ron before Judge J dge Holt in mthe Ix Ixthe intbe
the Criminal Crlmll Branch Brc of the United Unlt States StatesCircuit Stt StateSCiruIt
Circuit Clrlt Court Cou and paidaflnA pid paid a f fine of S SKnown 500 500JaEn OO OOKnown
JaEn James on onWhiskey
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on account acunt 9f of 01113 its purity good goodness gO goodnss
ness n sald and dependable depen aQloQuaUtles aQloQuaUtlesWArl qualities qualitiesWATayer qualitiesWATsrter
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GERMANY GERAllFORPECFULB GERAllFORPECFULBCOXQVEST FOR PEACEPUL EAFUEiA tit titCOXQVEBT 4 4COVQVEST
COXQVEBT BY HI TRADE TRADESAYS HER IIE AIM AIMSYS AIMS4YS
SAYS SYS AM AVIASSDOR AVIASSDORCont AMRASS4DOR AMRASS4DORCout It ASS A DO w wJ wCount J
Count Cont nolfTMrtttralcIt folttemct la London Speech SpeechScoots gpei41Acouts p pSeutll
Scoots Seutll Ides Ir That Tat Sfi beWonId tWollal W < mJrt Fall en a aWeaker aWrk aWeaker
Weaker Wrk r Power Pew PowrrHes rnal Has R Recited te d Te TeP TCU1 TCU1tItlen n nlatlon
latlon faUO for 49 Year ynfatar TarsWant Hants Markets MarketsStnUi 1siketsCaSt t tSftwi
StnUi Sftwi CaM Dtipalc Ope to 0 TBS T Sos 3CMLONDON 81 SosLOXDON
LONDON LNDN Jan 28 28nt Count WolffMetter WolffMetternich WolffMettnich olt1et olt1etnh
nich nh the te German Orn Ambassador Am or in inIn 1 Lqndqni LqndqniIn
In an address ad a at a banquet bquet of 0 the ta German Germansocieties a GernlaJisocieties
societies eetee of London said eld tonight tDght thai thaiGermany tht thtGenn thatOerrnany
Germany Genn never abused ab Its It it power poweGenna8 TJie TJieGermans T TGermans
Germans Genna8 were wera a peace p loving loyng people ppe he hesaid beeld hesaid
said eld tfiey tey could defend de end themselves temJve themselvesIn and andIn
In case C of need ne could coud defend deen defendtherneelvee defendtherneelveevigorously themselves themselvesvigorously thomal thomalvlg
vigorously vlg rouy but wars of aggression agreon from fromlust fr frothlust
lust IUlt of conquest or greed for or desire for forglory f r rglory
glory glor were wer far farrrom from their thoughts thoughtsThere thought thoughtsThere 1
There were people pple who asserted ar they theywere t4T t4Twere the7were
were only ony waiting wting for an opportunity opportunityto opportunt opportuntto
to fall fa upon any weaker weker Power Their Their1conscience Teir TeircM TheirccnscIeoe
conscience cM n however was w clear cler Get Germany Gtr Getmany ¬
many mny had kept peace for nearly nely forty fortyyean oi OIf1years
yean yere8he She had h pc not succumbed lIucmb to t o tfip tfiptemptation t tteruptatlonto
temptation temptaton to use her might as a ain nailot nailotIn tthn tthnIn
In arms smlgt might She wa conscious pnoU 61 61the O Othe
the thl grave gfve responsibility r ulblty Involved Inol ed In I snct sncta th tha f
a use le and an knew that only a just and great greajpurpose greatpur greiipurpose
purpose pur could sanction Sncton It ItGermans Iton ItGermans
Germans on wished wlsh to i remain rtl masters maotercof ma
of their th lr destiny d t Y but did not notwl wish to t toflu In Influence t ¬
fluence fluece flu nce other othernatlon nations aplt against the te latterV latterVwill ltr ltrI lattesut
will I ut They Tey did not cast ot longing eyes eylllO on ontraota ontract
tract ta of territory teritor on which to tottj tottj1rlu settle settlpIiIrpltA a asurplus
surplus 1rlu population ppulton ro for notwithstanding notwithstandingan notwlttan i
an a Increase Incrl of about abt a million miion souls 80ul an annually a eflnualiy ¬
nually nulr emigration emlgmUonrrom from Germany Oer h hadbeen had hadbeen
been b steadily ltly declining delning during thelaW thelaWtwenty the Jf Jftwent lat lattwenty
twenty twent years e and had ha now DW fallen fa1ett to In Insignificant insignificant ¬
significant signfct figures fgur The Te development developmentof devlopn < t tof
of Industries IndUtrie commerce and adaglcluN agriculture agricultureafforded agriculttithafforded
commer
afforded arrored sufficient opportunities opporUltlefor for eW eWployment e employment
ployment plo met at atbole home and ad thus restrained restrainedemigration rtrine restrainedemigration
emigration emigrationSimultaneously emigato emigrationSimultanousIy
Simultaneously Slmulttualy the demands of the thehome tbehome thehome
home market bad Increased Increa considerably considerablybut consldera lf
but not to t the theae same extent extnt aa the capa capabilities eaj ca cabilitlee ¬
bilities bltl for production pruction Germany Gerany must Du musttherefore muffltherefore
therefore depend depnd to a large extent upon uponher uPI1 uim uimher
her export expor trade trde and In order orer to secuft secuftthat lIeur secus secusthat
that they must eeek ekcommerda seekcommerclal commercial relations relationsabroad rUonsl rUonslabra relaUoniabroad
abroad abra and ad try to preserve prrve those already alreadymade ay aymade alreadymade
made Their Ter commercial commerlal policy polc was wasdirected wasdirected
directed dirt toward twa the te peaceable pcbleaulliton pcbleaullitonof acquisition acquisitionof
of new markets market The Te weapons wepons with wlcl wblcbthat which whichthat
that tha policy pley of conquest t was carried carieout carieoutwer carrleiout carrleioutWere out outwere
were wer those thol of Intellectual Inteleualrduetr industry industryKnowledge industryKnowledge
Knowledge Knowloge of no n markets mrket could be ob obtained O Otlne obtamed ¬
tamed tlne by brute force for No o one could coukbe coukbecompelled tx txcompelled t
compelled compeled to do business buenM at the te point pln of olthe oftbe ofthe
the bayonet byonet The Te policy pola of a peaceful peacefulconquest pcfl peacefulconquest
conquest cnquet of trade had the advantage advltge that thatIt tht thtIt thatit
It did not not act In a spirit of exclusion exclusionHe eell eellle excl s1n s1nHe
He le had never believed beleve that among aong com commercial commercal commercial ¬
mercial mercal and Industrial Industral nations ntions In t the themodern th thmodern
modern mor conception concepton the destruction detcton ol olone orone ofone
one of two rivals rivs could mean me an advan advantage avan avantago advantags ¬
tags to the other The result rultWouldam would elm elmply elmply
ply 11 be that the victor var would no longer r rable be beable leable
able to sell I anything aying to the vanquished vanquishedand vanquised vanquisedand
and thus would woud destroy d8t a good go customer customerVO otomr I
VO 0 BALM FOR HER RtUOW RtUOWJury ElDOWUr IVL1IOWJury
Jury Ur Refuses RdBe Damages to Kathleen Iatlem Km KmmetAKatmt E EmmetAghnt i im
metAKatmt m lAltRt Great Gret Western Wt m Railroad RailroadSpttttl Riroad RailroadpeCd1
Spttttl 0 CaM CIN Dtipalch OlPcl It Faa T Sos SenLONDON S SosLONDON I
LONDON LlDN Jan 28 28A A case o was heard her In Incourt Inour
tourt court our thin th afternoon afemon o oKtbt K Ksthten Ksthtenan then n Emw Emwan Emtt Emttan
an American Amerc woman woma who sued the theOreat theOreatWestern Great GreatWestern
sue teGrt teGrtWet
Western Wet Railway Riway for rordmag damages because becauseof bu
of personal plnsl Injuries lnur she se received rived while whilejourneying w whilejourneying Ue Uejourneyng
journeying journeyng On Christmas clst eve 180S If ton toloana
a house hou party pry at at Lrd Lord Batsmans Bts eatattt eatatttatShobdon eat eetateratShobdon
atShobdon atoboCour Court In InIHereforhlI InIHereforhlIThe Herefordshire HerefordshireThe
The plaintiff averred that when she shearrived sheamvedat shearrived
plntllf aver
arrived amvedat at King Island lll Ila d the nearest neret sta station at st sttlon ¬
tion tlonto to the estate Mtt of Lord Lrd Bateman Btmihe Btmiheplatorm the theplatform theplatform
platform platorm was as so e badly bdy lighted Ight that t she shefell he hefell e efel
fell fel over a box bx and a tinctured fmctur her elbow elbowThis elbw elbwTis elbowThis
This Tis necessitated nltt an operation opraton and andae andaew she shewaa shewas
was w compelled cmpled to Incur Incr an expenseof expea expense cf of
2 2000 2000After
10 1
2After After Atr listening l to testimony tetmoyb by LordBateman Lord LordBateman
Bateman Btemn Sir Watson Waton Cheyne Ceye and other otherwitnessea othr othrwtne otherwitnesses
witnesses wtne the jury brought brugbtln In a avrdlCt avrdlCtfor verdict verdictfor verdictfor
for the defendant defendantEXD defendnt defendantLN
EXD LN FILIP1XO FlIPI1O RAXK IAK TROUBLE TROUBLEJohn TlOunTEoh rnoriitr rnoriitrJohn
John oh M herd loh t to Be Elected E iePPldft President ErcsldNilot ErcsldNilotSpanish of ofSpanish orSpanl
Spanish Inttltutlonr InttltutlonrCatlt InUtuUo InUtuUoSdol Intt1tut1anSpecnI
Sdol CoN Despatch Olptl foTa to 0 rae Sos SDKMANILA SO SOMANIL SosMazw
MANILA MANIL Jan 28 She The stockholders stkbolden of ofthe o ofthe
the SpanishFilipino SpnlshFiplno Bank Bnk In which there therehave therohave therehave
have been bn some strong factional tactlonl cart coritroversles cor carttroversies
troversles trovenll recently rnty have hve decided elded to t elect electJohn elot elotJoh electJohu
John Joh 8 Hoed Hor president of the Institution InstitutionMr Insttution InsttutionMr
Mr Hoed Hor was formerly form rl collector Uetr of In Internal Interl Intemal ¬
ternal terl revenue rvenue and Is I now managing managingdirector mangg manggdirtr ruatiagingdirector
director dirtr of the Oriental Orientl Products Pructa Com Company Compy Coinpany
pany panyArchbishop py pyArobblhop panyArchbishop
Archbishop Arobblhop Harty Hrty and the religious religiousorders relglo relgloord religiousorders
orders ord rs control cntolthe the stock ltk of f the bank nk Mr MrHord Mr 14Ifiord
fiord 10rwJ will be b ejected eJet at ata a meeting meting of ofstockholders o ie ieatkholden the thestockholder
stockholders atkholden on February 8 8rtRA 8erm 8CfDA >
rtRA rtRAParifje CEIEflI4 TES TESParsUe
crlnl4T crlnl4Tpanee
Parifje panee and Banquet Danquftl In Honor lonor of the theReef CheR theReestablIshment
Reef ReestablIshment R ftablshmrt of the tht Republic RepublicSpiria Rfpnbth RfpnbthSplol RepublirSpicai
Spiria Splol Cable DnpeH Op lt to TBB TI Ta RON SO SOHANAJan howHAYAMA RONHAVANA
HAVANA HANAJan Jan 28 28To 25Today Today y was wa the theanniversary tbeannlyerr theanniversary
anniversary annlyerr of the reestablishment rtablsent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the republic rpublo Although It had h not been beendeclared bn bndllared beendeclared
declared dllared a legal holiday holdy the occasion occasion1was Olr
I was W celebrated clebrat by b a partido proof of the armed armedForces arf atmdforoe
Forces through the city clt There were Wore
thug
140 4000 men In line lineThe lne lneTe lineThe
The Cabinet banquet last night nlKhtIn
Te gave gve a bquet lat nightin
in honor or President Pident Gomez and to tonight tonIght tonight ¬
night the President Pridet returned the com compliment complment cornplimnent ¬
pliment plment at the palc palace palaceFIXE palaceixi
FIXE 1 ixi OLD irowtv irowtvKxqulslte Olt TOln TOlnI TOlnEqullltl TOllR TOllRExquisite I
Exquisite Equllltl Marble Harrophacoa HarrophacoaYean Narphacr 3IO9 3IO9loin lle
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n artbe Italy ItalySjxctaJ Ialr 1taly4 1taly4pfa
SjxctaJ o pfa co CaN Dtifttclt OUjc to 0 THB Ta Tn SCV sU 30 30Hosts v vROUE YRous
Hosts Jan 1 28 28A A Roman Rm tomb tombof of the1 the1second t tsecond hQand
second and century before tforeCrt betoreChriat Christ containing containinga conta1 contanga c ca
a marble mrble sarcophagus erphagllof of exquisite workn worknmanahlp ork orkmacship rJ
manahlp malp five feet fet long loe arid ad aridadmtrsbiy aridadmtrsbiypreserved 1 admirably admirablyirpeerved adrl v
scto preserved PNred has hln been discovered dlvred atjOros atjOrosscto st9roisceto r
st st1AWAlAI I 1AWAlAI TALOCAJtADlAX TALOCAJtADlAXEnvoyFrom IA IAEnvoyFrom Aq I IyFomRometo
EnvoyFrom yFomRometo Rome Rotho to ftegst NfteC N iet latef tI i or r ftjeal ftjealPrivileges Iuat IuatPrivileges a aPI
Privileges PI IIe With lt Franea Fne Prnepeci1 if ifSpettal I
Spettal 8pt4 Cable Cclpc impale to li e T Ts tic a Sow sm SowROMI t tRoue tRwl
Roue Rwl Jan 28 2Stor Senator Gavaxxl who whoa h hI
I ii a leading leg silk lnk manufacturer nufacurer of Como Comowill Cmo Cmowi Comewill
will wi be sent lnt to Canada C soon llon at the head h of ofa ofa
a commiasion commJlon comnrniaeiontonegotlate to toneiotlte negotiate a treaty trtyat treatygrant treatygrantlug grant grantIng
lug Ig Italy Ity the theetrtelt same treatment that tt Is ac accorded ac socorded ¬
corded to Franca Fc In the exportation uportlonor uportlonorlile of ofsilk ofsilk
silk and other products productsRan
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Ran Ra With Wt a iMrk irk In Ills nl Back BackWith Bo BoWltthe RaOkWlththe J
With Wltthe Wlththe the handle hde of ota f a dlrkstloldn dlrksUonh f om omhis rh rhhis i ihie
his back bck Louis L Rahlere ntler 90 3 7e year W c9f 4o ° 1
377 Cleveland Cevld streetEast lt elEaat Et Mew Ne York Yok Jn Jnpursuit Jnpursuit
pursuit of ofa a man 1 who had hdlItbbhln hdlItbbhlnfve stabbed him himfive himfive
five fve times time last Jt night nIgh fell exhausted exU tia ti
front of several lvel womenwho were oatheir oatheirway t their theirwar
way wy to t a social Iptheng gathering wro1the Re was w wasTcss wasTcsslied JcaW c I Ited
lied ted Into a house hOe at Atlantic Atantlo and Sohetiok Sohetiokavenues 8bck 8bckaveu b ok okavenues
avenues aveu The To knife Ilfe was drawn dr fronrhta r1hls t
back bok by b one on of ofthe the men me escorts and the thewpman the thewpmen
wpman worked him to ecor
wpme worke over stop the bleed
lag I from fr his h wounds wound He was W te taken tkl tl to
Bradford Brfor street atrt hospital hospitl He told tld Cant
Hlme Reimela ci t the Liberty ave ue station cpt
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THB TI TREBOOSTBRURE BOOSTERS 10STERS ARE BOOSTED BOOSTEDCULTURE BOOSTED1Nr BOOSTEDiNroIlIOilJR
1Nr iNroIlIOilJR IIIEn CULTURE PLAXE PLAXEExperimented p PL4XEMUXSTilhIIIItG JVE JVEflPr
flPr F MUSTmlwn MUSTmlwn1eI MUXSTilhIIIItG MUXSTilhIIIItGflulExpthmrritcd
1eI flulExpthmrritcd Experimented Pffmrtld With It Relation RelationHejfwwiStJnmU ItelatonIiwusl8dmutland Iato IatoI
I HejfwwiStJnmU e i8tmuand and Sensation Stnatlo Ha HahCsakrVof tieulkeiol e elr
hCsakrVof ulkeiol lr e the th Nerd Nerfor for Ideals In Int InI In4WtatabIwIAfeUmprs
I 4WtatabIwIAfeUmprs I t ttt6MrUft t Icmpen > nip r the Realist RealistrPwf kelilt keliltI tteaibtt
rPwf Jlugb u Munsterberg M nsterbrg of Harvard HarvardTJftIt Havjr RarvrdUflIftmf5ityWwebl
TJftIt U UflIftmf5ityWwebl t Hity > ir well wel acquainted I wlthf with Ssy Ssyioal > sy syqhpijineorial S1qi
qhpijineorial qi ioal t a jihrnomena 4no enaof of precepts prre pr ceptc t not notproduceajjyperipheral nQtptic ntpFof
produceajjyperipheral ptic pFof I dby by prlpheral peripheral sensoryimnes sensoryimnesniqna s s1D
niqna 1D 4d nd he known kqw also eo the principles pCnQlpl of ofpsjrohQdynamlc8tre efoM ofpd7chod3nlnlce1retlng
psjrohQdynamlc8tre oM ICetlnl tlnK of the te quantita quantitativeVrelatftaiJbetweeh quantlt quantltativreltDiibetweeh
tiveVrelatftaiJbetweeh t tivreltDiibetweeh l btw h sensations Mtionll and their theirsUnftfi theirtfi theirjust
sUnftfi consequentlyJiewaa DI ewas just the tbe man manto tan mant
to W t Hsjalat tfi e 8Jtd wilderness of orUnfoled oftinfolled Unfoiled necks necksatheB 1f npcks npcksthkisIub
aUI atheB thkisIub < > o ltJub tjClub dnnr dinner at the th theHotel Hotel Astor Aatorlaattirs Atr Atrl Astoriitnight
laattirs l iitnight it and a say a few fe kind words about aboutoilltdf abut abutOlt aboutcitmIf
1
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between blen stimuli simul sensations and ae1tons was every everyontamong ever everywbero4pentarnotig
w wbero4pentarnotig ontamong t g the 200 members membersClub membersofathoottCiub
ete lo 2member
Qfth ofathoottCiub P Club the Harvard Harvar Harvardpsycholo Harvardpsychologretsaeiwu psycholo psycholosrttMMhwaa syebologrllts
grllts gretsaeiwu srttMMhwaa h all al tho more mor in n the nature naturenf natur natu to toexperiment
nf Qf1 sTj Ucatetaboratory ca flbtrex experiment experimentrqfMjinaterber experiment1rqijinsterberg prlient prlientq
rqfMjinaterber q terbrg admitted a I at atthe attheo the very veryouteojU eryoutietbat
outeojU o outietbat that t when hon ho 10 received recelv the th Invita Invitationottho Invlt invltationoVtlrn ¬
tionottho Uonofto Boost Club Clubto to t be b one of its itsspadfcer Itsapi itsepkerahqwas
spadfcer api epkerahqwas nb TrbetWa8 was notat all ii sureabout aur abut the thonature thena thenatiitepf
nature na natiitepf i1 > of 9fte the organization < rgalzton It I might mighthavqiofnothing mlgbth mighthayornthin
havqiofnothing h y qme ln to do with wholesale wholesaleshoca wholele wholesaleshore
shore IIhO lOidhutlngs Bd btngll or something else that thatdirfnotTappear tat tatdchofapprlyln thatdldnotappearreadiiyin
dirfnotTappear dldnotappearreadiiyin readily in the ename name But ButPYpf ButPr9t ButIr9j
dchofapprlyln PYpf Pr9t 11uatilerg iftinsterber Munst tber had Jonly only to come comedownfromCambridge c comedpwitr me medpDdr
downfromCambridge dpDdr dpwitr i Canibridg brldg as he himself himselfKraatou hlmselfgrauIdltted himselfgrQctouslyadxnitted
Kraatou grauIdltted grQctouslyadxnitted ryadmitted and investigate Invetatat at atfirst atfirst
first fi hartdlo latd learn leI that tt here herewa was a gather gathering gther gtherhU gatherlqg ¬
ing of of jlnergetlo r nergetiq r iQ young optfllt optimists whoe whoseone whoeon whoeone
one and ad nd sole motto is Boost Dont DontKnopk DontOk DontKno
Knopk KnopkSo Kno on Ok k S S3o
So the th Harvard Hrr psychologist pchologlst said a few fewword fewwqf fewwordeonoultuth
word wqf wordeonoultuth on onoltur culture opening opning with w t the te opinion opinionthat opiniontt opinionthatli
that tt thatli lag a Harvard Barar man ma he was w now nowsubject nw nwBubJ nowaubje4
subject BubJ to t t suspicion sWpIclon wherever wherver he went wentespecially weD wentepecialIy
especially fply after ater the te sad experience oxprienc which whichwas whch whchwnot whichwasnot
was wnot wasnot not enjoyed noedb7 by President PrIdet Lowell at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis Lui the other night nl ht where when it itbecame ItbJ8 ItbecaTpa
became bJ8 known Iown that th President re ldlnt Lowell Lwel had hadmissed h hadmissed
missed mt his hi train from Chicago Clcgo art ar could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not attend attnd a banquet bnquet at which he was wasexpected walePe wasexedto
expected ePe to t make a speech Bph a daring dring per person pr prBo person ¬
son pnt on a mustache and tried to get getaway getaniy
Bo I mutche t gt gtar
away with Ith a a Lowell speech anyway
ar Lw 1 epb anyay
But Bt the tem mustache tacbe fell off offYour orrYour offu
Your u optimism ptll and d boosting btlgM as you youcall youmli youcall
call mli It t in h your yourdellghtful ourdelghtful delightful American Americ idiom idiomis Idiom1sot
is 1sot not good for much continued ctiue Prof ProfMtlnsterberR ProfM ProfMtInsterbor
MtlnsterberR M tr F it if Ilt it happens hpPns to be b this thislazy t thjslazc
lazy Jfbb flabby optimism optlm m that tt doesnt dot care careIfthings car careifthinga
Ifthings 1t1J are not going right and ad If there thereI ther thereIatlrta
I alleortn al of charlatanism chrlatania In the world worldIt wrld wrldI
It I was my pleasure pJetr recently rtyto to explode explodeMme eploe eploeM explodeMine
Mme M Fajadino lo and I caught her with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the goads She did some Bme uncanny UCy things thingswith thingswit
with wit tth g various vrOI writhlngs rtlg and af ecrcamine llnl
but I had a detective det tve on Cte pthe the floor flo r andba andbacauiht andhec4u
cauiht c4u 1t tlt her b r doing olg things tl with wlf her fr foot footto fot anc
Fjer uaineesman man 1n America merica seems
to tome tottbtooJittle rnetq ver Wtoojittle b Iuln ftooJltte Interested In tret in anything aelS
6 umbthle t 1ar6f thl his business b lln He is In too little
interested1 Intif hi il n1ttt art1In i literature ltrtur Hels to In ltle tho thoprogress thopr theprdkeesof
progress prdkeesof of r science anc ti an hn4 < J In this thl respect reapectarises respectarises
pr anc rMpt rMptari
arises ari the tb distinction dieUncton distinctionbetween h bwe tween the Euro European Eur EurOpea ¬
pea business buln man and the American AmericanAll Am rlcn rlcnAIU8
All p AIU8 tha thie cdlture oturad c ltureand and pursuit p lult of the higher
thing thinI ln In1eyour Indite llfe your American Americ Americanbuslness Americanbuslnessman business businessman buelnl
man mull has given V over to his hi hiawlte a wife to take takecare tke tkecar takecareef
care car careef of The he culture olture of the country coutr is isalmost Isalmot isalmoat
almost almot exclusively in the te hands hand of the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women Theman Thema The man goes DS only after aftr the
dollars dollerl eternally after aft < the dollars dolal He la
too little ltte IIttleopen open op to t the opportunities opprtunlt of the
higher life When he comes home tired
hlglrUfe
from frQ his blsbWlne bisbuslness business his aasthetta Ueto stimulus tir
is represented rJr nt by comic opera or voude voudeTheprofessor lde
il1
I il1TheprufeesOr Theprofessor J phr r said sid that tht even Ini In his I
business buel busins the worker on on this thi side of the thewater 1ewa thewater
water wa sees too 10 to o much mcof mhchof of the selfish Ilfl aspect aspectof
of ofpre pure pnrecompetitlon competition cDpUtion even while whle he misses apt aptofpre
theideals te idls of business buslne The American mIe
Amerca
buathrss bueihf man ma is also a too to prone prne to drift drlt
haphazardly into his vocation ocaton without withoutstopping withoutppg
stopping to ponder the values vaUI of the thevarious thevaru thevarious
various varu ppg vocations aUonllopn open to all allEvsry al al5Vllr allEvry
Evsry 5Vllr vocation vton ha its 11 Ideal side sidewhich lide lidewblcaouJd sidewbicJehould
which wblcaouJd wbicJehould should be beaougbt sought over the adven ¬
titious ttOI phase ph he concluded cncluded Too To little
ltle
thought is I given venover over here hert to the Ideals Id
Inherentin the e work workyou < you do There is an l
ideal in h every e1er business bulnl which whlcve gives mean ¬
ing Ingto to o everything evelthlng you do if only you men seek ek eei
to tojraeplt tojraepltSamUel grasp Irp it itSamuel I
i Samuel Stl Gompers Omprewl was one oe who fol folI ¬
I lowed Prof Munsterberger ltunsterbergr but bt he did didnQt didngt
501 del deal 21 TV1 with Idel ideate Ietlke lb talked about Ibout aboutrlhdiffg
irindlffg little ltte childrens c ldr bones be Into dol dol1N
lard 1N dtf driving dr vlg the light lght of love out ou It of tbe tbeworklngmons tbew9klgaa theworkingmans
worklngmons w9klgaa home and ad other oterunplet unpleasant
things Others who
tbnp Oter interrupted itrrpted the co oooperation coopqmutiok
operation OMrtlon between betwe stimuli KUmul and ad sensations ae8tloM
by talklhg ilklg were wer MajorGen MajorGen Charles Clrle F
Roe R R Henry Henr R R Towns Towe Rufus B CowIng Cwig I
Edward EJJr Lnuterbacb Lutbacb Chrrlee Chlrle A ATowle ATowleef1c Towne
Frrderlo ef1c R Coudert C der and Gen Horatio
CYKlng CKlgd J Clyde Oswald Owald presided prldlJ Horto
Among some of those thole who dined were
F P Seymour our A W V Colton Clton dine Mogralne
Coxe J H Chidester E t P Fryman lagralne Freeman
G O Brockway BrlewayE E 8 6Lyon Lyon Robert Rbert rman Wear
L E Waldeck Waldek Samuel Smuel tagg W V H
Ingersoll IngU Mr 1 M Gregory Grel rR R a Stoddard
HD B DVou < Vought h Robert Robrt H 1 Forbes Forbe Stdard and
George G g Wi Gerlach
MotIir tlr r Meet M i e etfor for r Model IO 1 Arroplanlsu Arroplanlsui Afroplan AfropIafflitmodlaeropane
i Amoe1aerpJne model modlaeropane aeroplane content conetwl oonteatwill will be beheld beheldInonltio held heldn
Inonltio Iii n connection with wih ap athletic Ithletlo meet met of
Public Publo School Sohol 77 1 on Apr Aprl April 18 II The en
tri tre1 trieswlIl vwill be l > e open to toboth tob both th men en and boys eJ
AsIlver Aflyecupl Asillercupwll cupwill tm b awarded awrde by the boY nIb
letio league legue of the school schoolcketifeuMetf ehool ehoolT schoolif
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Stuns B1 Wloved IOVelusbdo buabando Sarah 5ral I Mason 1n ason
and ald imdson son a of the t late lt James and d Elizabeth
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3 t Jl Uarkri av a Brooklyn Brkl Sunday undsy ndaaloOa afternoon
it t f o oclock Interment at convenience ot otBRCAN8uddenlJ
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N J beloved ttuaband husba Of Arabella llWoIOt < Welch
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white space his money moneywill mon y ywin ywill
will buy in Inaclvenpub1io Inaclvenpub1iocation a given publU publUcation
cation and he can canknow canknowapproximately know knowapproximately i iapproximately
approximately the thecircu thecirculationhc circu circulation circulatlon ¬
lation lationhc he will get in tha a few fewmagazines ew ewmag ewmagaz1net
magazines mag ulnes at atlc least Iegthe t But Buthe Buhe
he cannot cann tknow know exactly exactlywhat a actfr actfrwhat t1y t1ywhat
what the features fea ures of tin tintcrcnt in 1 1terc8t
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The Editorial Depart Departrnent Jep Jepmentor Department
rnent mentor of THE TI LADIES LADIESHOME LADIESHOME LADIESHOME
HOME JOURNALS Iii con constantly oho ohostantty ohstantly
stantly forwarding fOrvfardirig new ne neideas eV eVidcas V Videas
ideas and new feturea fetureaThe fetureT feturesZiie <
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ment is constantly constantlystrengthening conatntlystrengthening constantlyntrengthenlngthe
strengthening the grasp iif i sp sj rff dr drour dfout t tour
our our circulation The Tbcpu Tbcputicadon pub pnblication4 J Jlication
lication f itself itll ItBel lt is steadily 81 aieadiljIncreasing a li r j jincreasing r rincrcaslpgltl >
increasing incrcaslpgltl its market 1J1rkI rlarktWe J Jt
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cia I features favorable favorablepositions raverablepositions favorablepoitions
positions or circulation circulationgains clscui clrculattohgains tf 1 1gllns <
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stantly stantlygivinfthem stantlygivinfthemAdvcrtlser giving them themv themAdvertisers e I IAdvertiacrt
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LADIES LADIESHOME HOME JOURNAL JOURNALaprays JOURNALa JOURNALaiws
aprays a aiws get more m rcethin than thinis r ris i iis
is nominated d in inbond the thebond th i ibond
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Publishing Company CompanyPhiladelphia Comp CompanyPhiladelphia y yPhUadelpbla
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNtwYork PhUadelpblarf A Atsw
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JOURNAL I more than ijeD 1 s3em cn copes enmacb cop copcb copeseachmonth
eachmonth acb cb month Tn the seine am farce rrcewbjch watch bleb nave navecreated h hcnated he hecrested
created THE TH JOURNALS ua ut eiu clrcuU clrcuUtloo dtcvlatloa cizcuiatic
tloo tic have at the th same time ntade It tlnrtlla aa said saidvsrtisiag 4S 4Svartlalnf
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of Frances Faster F ter and thelate tbOlnrrtu tbOlnrrtund Otl rBrttaH rBrttaHand
and nd wife wltotJreder1elrABa of Frederic A Haul HaulFuorral SaLeFuerrel 1 1Funral
Fuorral at SI Andrews Chvreb CI1 r l l UJthl 17th th it tMd tMdSib And AndSth d dllh
Sib av on Saturday Ssturdsystlm3GPM Ssturdsystlm3GPMgELLOGGOn at li II > F PKELLOGGonFrlda7 tt ttKELLOGG
KELLOGG KELLOGGonFrlda7 gELLOGGOn On Friday Jaattrr M Urlala UrlalaI4vtntton LstuIsUvtnton Ita ItaUvlnp1ol1
I4vtntton Specie wife wI of Amos Amoet fcl Kellorf Jtello JtelloIn I IIn
In her TStbVear at tile mltieiK ef efller efllerlalw bwaoa fherse51515w bwaoatntaw
tntaw Itobcrt W lUrrtntton Nor 11 norfetlt norfetltN
N Y Ytuaeral Funeral private privateLINDRDKRO prtvatLlNDrm1Raon I ILUmrDlmOon
LINDRDKRO LUmrDlmOon On Tliurtdtjr Jtfiuary aury I7nd I7ndf 1 flFidtrick nej
f trick rtt Herbert er rt Undetxrr fa Ms 32d 32dyr T < lir r rWyomlnrNJ < at atVyominiNJ > f fWfomlnw <
WyomlnrNJ Wfomlnw NJ NJFuneral
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Funeral services at bU Ulabatae lale homes homesevening Saturday Saturdayevrnlnt 1Urd 1UrdeftnlnC80ock
evening eftnlnC80ock a oclock I InlermelllIrt Ini n le rmen reeirpdvsWa f private lte v Kindly Kindlyomit ElII K1 K1omit I IomU
omit lowers flowersPATIEflSONOnJnusry lowersPATTERSON
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PATTERSON PAITlmSONonJI1uar7 On January A s at his rnldcne rnldcneIn
In New ew YorkdlY Edward EdwudIaUltia PatUry ttaripnwe > non oj ojIbe 01Ihe ofthe
the late Kdward and the Hn Marttaa I4rUeaTmadce rl1TaI rl1TaImdre Tal Talmadro
madro Palt Patterson ron In inthe Ibe ll1e1 7M 7i jt Tef of hl b bFuneral bsua bsuauneiaI cv cvFuneral
Funeral scribes n1c at a Uio Churchflf Cburcorlb th HravcalM HravcalMIte Ht H1vestnest vCl vClnt1llt
Ite nest l 5tb Othar Iba av and andth 4tb stoa t oa Monday MondIIont MondIIontInlr Monda morn mornInc moreIns
Inc January 31 at 10 oclock o clocI In Inttrmcal Inttrmcalat rllCJll rllCJllt
at t coavtnlenco of the IlIefmll IlIefmllII8OC1ATIONOJ famllr famllrAMOCIATION 1amIIrMISOCIATIONOV
AMOCIATION or T TlfaIJ11 B liin or m a Cm or Irc ora oraY0sK Nt NtVoiik
Voiik No o a Z West esI441h 44lh 4lthsiJsouary II t January nuaf W ism lilOFx 111 111PoxPresldent ismEsPresident
Fx PoxPresldent Prrsldent Pmldent and O OtllcelJ OOcsrsotlhi OOcsrsotlhitsoclaUoa < Bc r > of ohO ohOhSClClaUon h hAisoclatloa
Aisoclatloa bare bun appointed to rcprewal rcprewaltbe r rspreeeImthe r rewlll rewlllIbe
the Association IUnn at a the tune tuucftl uueral I of rilwarlj Fod Edsr4Patterson If
Patterson lIerao tbe late Presiding J Juitlc o of 1 U It ItAppellale thIAppcllats > 1 1Appellate I
Appellate Division 1 of r tbePlrt Ib thefIrsibepsrJmee thefIrsibepsrJmeeof Plnibeprjm bep rjmf0l rjmf0lof a aof
of the State Sialeor of New ew York oillon oa ttonda ilonciayJpulO ZZondayJnui1ti Januarf
11 mew at 1 10 A U LIo at tte UoCbu it Church bat at UM UMHeavenly 1110JI theliesvemily
Heavenly JI vcnly Heat ncsll1II Jth av and and111 44U LhI LhInHpi7s4 > 111 111If t tS
S nHpi7s4 p PBOWMKU PBOWMKUTlIK ll cft 5 5Tue <
TuB SOCIBTT 8OCJBlTOp Or Tall UllIMOtT lion Of 0 0Parsica tr trTIIIC T TPATRICK
PATRICK TIIIC or TUK UII Cm of 0 OPsw > > aw Yom Qs aa aanouncea aanouncewllbdeepnrre Lanouncel
nouncea nouncewllbdeepnrre with wlIhdeepreIrei deeprttret tbe IbedeaUi death of roo rooIdward J1 J1ldant ijon ijonmdwarc
Idward Patterson Pal non a amemberof member e ot l Ibis society eccielyUI 1011 1011II l lon
on II Friday rldl January 11 mo 1510VILLTAI or I IWILLIAM
WILLIAM Txxru taM Kuurr l IrszrPredeeLVaspz lIUBTrrteldea lIUBTrrteldeaUBII PrealdenL PrealdenLWARHKN
WARHKN UBII talus Srcrclary SrcrclaryHENWIfK Socrel SocrelmolWICKon SrcrtA17lENWICKOn
HENWIfK molWICKon On January 3 51 ItIJ I9 at atUII 1IIJ Broad1 Broad1nay 8 8yJfavr Brod Brodwey
nay yJfavr Drn flreter r Col IJMUn M Jcy T < beloved belevvdwife brlwedlI belovedwife
wife lI of William Rblndanilu Rbll1faadutlcnwlrk llenwlrk llenwlrkher I Ihpr a atier
her Mlh h year yearTHOU yesrruouao ar arrlIOUAMon
THOU rlIOUAMon AS On Tiur TUPWdY sda d y mornlnr January JaJlua ft ftIBIO ITisle
isle at ELuMlb EtQ elh N J 7 mIss CurowTaomaf CurowTaomafdaurhterof crolfTllolNadouhteror CiTOWThOfl5duhIerof
daurhterof the lhIe late fatoJmues Juan Provooat P5OOSTbOaI P5OOSTbOaIsnd Tbamu Tbamuand TIICsand
and il Mary ry Carow Thomas TtiomFuneral ThomltullualHrvles ThomasFuseril
Funeral tullualHrvles services will be held oa 9at 5IvdU 5IvdUlIemOO t5d4Y t5d4Yafternoon rUT rUTafternoon
afternoon January tt L at > oclock atJll atJllWest atneWeal ttl ttlWesl
West Jersey at stEliubeib 1 EllzabeUi lIzab Ul N JJ J
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w w W WFRAKECAHrBELL
FRANKECAMFBE1JU u 24ih4W1315C 24ih4W1315CChapels ul ulCbapels t W2t W2tCbapcts
Chapels Ambulance Serrloo Set Tel l 134ChtlI 134ChtlIREUGIOLS Cbe CbeRKLlGIOfH C Cj CRfUmOII
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Flf1l lnllui PES1TTERI1ClfliRCL PES1TTERI1ClfliRCLflErIt ESmaili CKtIACJI CKtIACJITn
flErIt Tn AE AVENUE tm tM f FUOtunt Sf SflEY
Servlees a at Ii it Lfld 3 tI tI1EV
REV NQWAII Mow ii ASNEr AKEFJIESIN M UIKSIN J ns N D IJJo 0of I Iof
of Colorado Colorado5prlngs o > prlnta will preach 7
Icvo cvo an4 an4n
Womlnr JJo JnrnIn I Topic Thy Tbe gwJ IleaiodaDlmtu u an anReality 154 154Reality
Reality n alllY o of of the Christian brl an Faith lIh Afternoon AlIm Sub Subject ub ubJect II IIJtcl ¬
ject Glimpse Wfc of Christian rr PratTF rl In Influnrlny Ais Aisturney t tlEV
flunrlny School meet at eac > A M l lREV p pREV
REV WILIERT W WWNITE WKITE D DPrcaldeM In InPresident I IPresidrnt
President of the thDlblTch DIIleT DlbleTscherifhlng DlbleTscherifhlngwill acherav1 tt > rtihlnt blnr HcboM HcboMwill b bwill
will address a 1 1rCtlI < the Mens Men Rlhle CUM ctt at I Sion Iff AU AUon AooanOno
on anOno One of tae theFtye < Five tv CiraKst OnltesCbapten Chapters In Ifl1h5 Ifl1h5BIble MM MMREV tllOBlble
BIble BIbleSLEW
BlbleRELEWS REV RELEWS LEWIS O LEART LEABToD KMi IlL P ° atJ al the IDeWedne theWedncdy
Wednesday Wedne day etenlnr lertur 1 leciurewtl lunr will lIIIII apeak < on TW TWProper TOProper
Proper ttse of Thorn TbornaCln on FM 1eIt2 > 1 at a a 11 11Iranera > l lmranrera
mranrera arc areordlallJ Cordially Invited IlIIt InvitedZTRAI j r rCEMTRAI
1
CEMTRAI PRESBTTEBIAy rnsn CHVRCH CHVRCHWest t1RCB
West ATlh St bet I Brosdwau 11 eed Brf jilt Axe Axenev lX 0 0Rev
Rev WIUTOVWrnLMMITB WITOIliipnL1I WI I1O1 urRLrtMrrft MW ftTOPastor ftTOPastorDr a o Pas Pestor PestorIev lor lorItev j
Itev O n SlVTJr 11 Assistant Wl
Dr URRUSSUITH pMacbasVl preaclMa I1A I1Atatlon It A 11
AI 8 P 101 j a meellnlf ilti III b1d In 1M 11I IIIWlit IIIWlitof 11 11or
or the h JrAUPTON NOIUUIaDd AG1ctCVLTt AG1ctCVLTtRAL ACIICULrTlRAL
RAL INIITITUTrTbe INTITUTr Tb ChpldnlJe Chaptin 11ev ifER ifERflERT R RBRT
BRT H TURIl TURNER R wlU UpUla 11 P eufeose fr In Inwork 5T16 5T16work
work 1IIIIIlntfod with Ub ltanoptAlOlI MAJer nOli nOlirRT noifERT
rRT R OTON Commal1d4DL Win II wIn inter interestin
estin lInr 1 facts from hicewn 1 exnrience amuser amuserpeople rnoll III IIIIople
people IfAIiPrON QUA QtJARTrtTE rI1ace will alII sing rllft
tatlon tioo son songs i
Cbristlaa Endeavor Uetttar tlJtr Sunday merolor m rnln at alD 1 1au
D au 43 i Sunday School1 a PU r K J rn rattacal I n > > IUI W > t r rednesday
ednesday evenlnc ycnlpru at e A ALL A ABNIcIc Lt wKcOjrt wKcOjrtBRICK VELCO
f fBRICK
BRICK CHUItCH CHUItCHFifth CI IICit IICitFirth
Fifth Ave and Thlrtr Thlrtyteveth saveoUl athS Street Sit t
Rev Robert Davis will preach J h at It ock ockOr O ODr OdODr
Dr Henry Van Djrke orNOr6 arii
Uemorlal I aervlcea rvt to 0 CrfUcBsrtia DrJU a 4 < rBible 5Bible
Bible School i 5 ClassfajsU Classes L44 A A U <
Wsdnaaday Wada V Servlee at aU I rrtday ryVippeTet ryVippeTetUPJtIORtAL Vfaper VftIIOIIlIJJJnJORrAL at a aUiniORfAI
UiniORfAI BAPTIST WIIQu Wu54a1es OuuIX OuuIXEDWAI1D °
PDWARDJQDIIONI KDWARD JUDSON PaaMr DraaetH U UNebemlab 11NellemlIIOt
Nebemlab NellemlIIOt or JUD5ONPusor4essbss JUD5ONPusor4essbsstebemtsh Prarerrulnasa PTir EdwaM IIW S atnt atntmoos SInImo
moos mo 9 assistant aslIlnpuOt pastor s Drlvtos q Dx1lgcbdIAw Dx1lgcbdIAwaloWs r gtrlst rtl Awar t tTHP
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