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I BURSTING BOILERS KILL MANY MAMm
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1 < Hmtie in JIrsuOthfn Morrue Othrn Brit Britrnl IICIrr1 t tfril
rnl o IhIt > rr the Town In lilt UIIllalt UIIllalttrhlnf1T UhIHueirr4 Hate Hatepurr
purr irr4 of ilsrnhirrr carried rrttd Jtony Jtonyini Man Man1rl ltaohl
ini ami nd nropneil I 11 Ipo pea lloinr lloinrhlo lIo lIoohIo HouclhO
ohIo < > hlo May MA 17 ITnu Many men menintt rnnS
S id intt injured in a boiUr ex exi 81l1nl exr
i r plant l1nl of the u ht Anirricun AhI rlNn Sheet Sheet1Ute ShetILiu
1Ute 1011 lompany omJ1 1n here b this after afterRex
> 1 Rex utstktant tot superintendent superintendenttinerivan supcr1nten4entrIwrafl UptrlDtIDrJIDtrnralun
tinerivan Sheet ami fltj Tin Plate Platei Plate4Kl
I i 4Kl it tout twentrflve or thirty thirtyilMd Ihlrt Ihlrtp thirty414ad
> p ilMd ilMdman todI
I S man n 1110 I wen were WI in the mill millime millr millirm
ime Hf f the explosion and Dd It In not notI
i I hit more than a dozen doiltDHJI escaped escapedimiler eaciqwdholkiim > fd
I
imiler eiplaJed simultaneously simultaneouslyhape IIlmll4nfOulIlh1I1
hape < l addition near the middle middlemunmill midcllmun middleS
S munmill mun mill All employees connected connectedi connlCtll111ntnlt
i department were torn to piece pieceijurwl 11 11I pkeI
I ijurwl were w carried to the porch poreheirt porchlfhy
4 irt lfhy y reeidence by h the first res
iml S later llr were 1If ere hurried to the hos hosin
m in n ambulances and automobile automobilev
V v ure a thought to lw I buried in the thwwhich th thwhieh thewhich
which caught flr n tire immediately immediatelyhe ImmldiItlr111110f1ion
S < he explosion hut was extinnuinheU extinnuinheUtre t1l1nl1Ji bt btIIr
0 IIr tre department departmentS dfJ1 1rlmlnt 1rlmlntI
S 4 I > iK OI ly Was thrown through the th tide tidehome sidiS Id IdIIOftI
S home of Henry lInl fluke a block and andi nd
a 31 i f away from the th wrecked bd plant plantt
t 1 Muted through the houne hounen hou houl1
S S n mi 11 on the Ih other side idt itruck Iruckf a afo afr
fo f i 4 Mnll nd knocked it down II downtfls own Jg Jginiiher IIn
iniiher tfls n I 4W t Iwty dy wo picked llekfCiup up at the plant plantlw
I lw t limkcn Roller Bearing trIl1 Axle Com Comm om onSfl
I m 1V t Ial > atr a nve tn awy from the seen n of ofpl ofI f fII
II < pl pltIBIi < wtnii mans hand crohd crohdi rh < l lth
i ifti th the II window nf the office onOIIItYfnty onOIIItYfntyI seventy seventyfwt eYfntyhm
fwt I a wv av
1 111 h P MU w 1 of I in etploeion i ii unknown unknownuvl
uvl n tHMlr11resiipprwwvi 11011 hokrm no r IJlIININi fob to hoo sound soundfti oundr
fti r tI wh wh4 hOO < tt ld of f the plant wa w blown blownit
I it I iiy h JY tn > lkMion po if n Window were weret WI WIk wrkn
t > k kn n in all 11 homes twu nithin r radius of orr a aurter aS
S urter r of a aSnis mile milelmiw
lmiw Snis 1 Hu Iluhes h a 1 fireman and A AKaumon W WIamn V VKaurrn
Kaumon IIsrske4fler l rke per were Handing ndinc in inri inIohol
ri r utoroltouM Iohol 1 feet awar wa from the thetrain then thetratn
train n plant Th tnrehou to ou e wa a dimol dimolkie demnI4l
kie I4l < 1 l hlI it hothtnene IInth Rfn oapeddeath I df4h Kauf Kaufmui Iiur1tIU1 auf auftnu
mui hast h < vl > rlr I nfewctifan4l m C tew 111 cuts nnl tsrul > riiie rul while whileHu whileflugh4i hili hiliIIIII
Hu IIIII flugh4i h sUIanuj u Ulla ioin hood < i A i broken leg legIalini leglatanI4 It
I
Ialini a ih Inelr 1nIsd Hospital who whowere whowere ho I IwlatWo
were wlatWo abl iiivniiptlyir 111111 ga up ttir r room at InglMtde InglMtdelothat lngleadeIn i
lothat In 0 I hat th njirHl jrs eould Ik h 1 eared eArN for forOn foron
I
On man vliw th 1 identity nllly could not he heDarned he4Arned I IIlNrli1
Darned IlNrli1 died a the III < ho hnII tp r e4nn < mn after Ii Iiwa I Iwa he hewas
wa openfted 11111I1 r n NVithr doctor nor normine nornzr
I
mine nzr I knew Ion hi h n nan n and hr r 1ro r w4i w4ithing wnIi War
Ii thing in hit hi cloth < liv wIllet ha h could couldi
i b identified Id nllt1t Anorh nnl I r nun nw un unknown unklwn onkiown ¬
known who wa a operated upon f f n en n < m mxj InI tory
I xj to hw hi h heal ad i will 11 rfi d die > i h hsht hshtThe < > iiht iihtThe uchtTh
The mill ii I practifiilly ii wr wCk > ck TIll Tlieell Time15e11
15e11 ell 11 of the holler wa a thrown nril fe t trth trth
rth of < < > C the plant A Hotter l Jbe > ih wa wamid wa1IIi WaLz41 i
mid 1IIi upright in th the ground in Bndge BndgeK ridltl ridltlwl
K wl < t a Ions distance di Aef from fr the I I mil milV mlq I
q I V Mclxsui < vn OIrUlIon tructHm engineer engineerr
4 r the t lanton Sheet slt Stel NI Company CompanyTAI lOOlllaOa onlpanya
TAI a among th the n tInt t on 0111 tn the tn I per pernally persrnafly
nally 111 saw w eleven fm dead workmen < n MH MHMolan IIIIill IIIIill1Icln uii4S
> S Molan 1 helped to dig out lfl the thedie the411e4 I
die IJ and nuceeeded fd in IKIIII dmg two tworif 1110rI Iwoof 1
rif rI of an Ameriean meri and the tla rth other < < r of a aicner aI
I reign icner 1 4I The American wa w a about M MI 3 3rariofage
i I
rariofage rariofageUs or al alre I
I re he windows wiad of the h offiee em of ih I the Canton Cantonet
et Steel St Company were w broken by In InWalter I It the thetIOi4NI
t 100 tIOi4NI tIOi4NIaitr I Iallofr
Walter allofr Tru a dourer at the mill III who whoi
4 rffJI refn0e4t 1 to O In tngleeel IIIOtOfila Ichty IchtyIf ightycud
If i ured Aid I d df1 > n t know 1m wha 01 01rnd lui haflrnd i ir
r rnd n il I went ont o4oId id eli II mill II a i i ou oumary I1 I1S I Imuy
S mary after conipMmz iwut I ts 111 111M a11ear1 n nArtl
Artl M a loud 1011 < 1 report I thoiiRhl th the ngni ngnitumlr nit nitlIndr ngstiS
S tumlr head had blown out but a luil halloC halloCr of ofr
r ice of iron and hnek I MHMI Itecan 1 lall to fal falI fal4arted
I tarted to run to a pUee III of surety Sev Seval sval S Seat
eat > al who ho ran with Me tA unl < that com of ofth orth ofthe
th the men were r l blown k > n through th roof roofrf ofr
rf ro r the tiI plant IIn I wa a hit HI on o th the head and andfKMjIdrr aOOJkhr andhol4kIer <
fKMjIdrr Jkhr with wjt lIb misses H but kepl k > on run runfling i iHIHjt
HIHjt
flingDel4ptt Vitpite t a cold Min r 1ft grottpn nf grief gnefMnckefl ttn1lnclM griefstncLen
Mnckefl women usd M1 d abeut the th wrrrk wrrrkin
in I Mi M1sps wo pe e an to 101M 14 the safety of IhHr rela relat ffI4fmltt retaittie
t > re
fmltt ittie Komnwji Romr ra wa a rt hi hl4 h hfA hfAfJIfllt home homeping < wn wnwh
ping wh when n a tamp tf < ste t weighing weighingl lIhiBIt lIhiBItI
I pouitd JfIUA twne through the tit roof sod rndnt sodrn n <
rn nt im to th the cellur In front of the theh I It
h I j jee < e n j foot wiu W found A lull further furtherwa
wa A forearm fore ATM w cM d < he trunk lII I k of r a aii a1If
0 ii
4 piec 1If < n of iron wa < driven through throughut throughtstrhor
tstrhor ut rtr er shop OJ ef George 1 Kmm INLm1I a qiiar qiiarof I1MrC qijarS1
of C a mile away aw Tn Itie dtreeten of the them th thn
m n Stumping cod EnAmekng Corn Cornwere Cnnwere ffl
were 110 In sesilon MK M DfI > n 11 t the time of r the theof Ih Ihon
< 4 iflfl of end nd immedirtely Imm < linlly voted a gen genulMcnption ItfflIIIKI gensuhsseriition
> ulMcnption IIIKI ltln to the th rehef hr fund fundJewie runli funilJeuij
i Jewie JI Jri ri stoaogrnpher at th thkil thk1 the the4I
kil 4I work wm w sitting RI I hr dMk dMki dkfflr
i > fJtce fflr when hen lh the eiploeion ezp loion occurred occurredM OIIrrtrlMCaptd
M M A i sr FM e cAped injury She trld Mi Mia 1 fT I III
T a lrght light and heard iJ 0 awful awfulI ACullWlnI I
I went to the window It t o whrt hrt hrtnl
C 2 ng nl oft < > n The air tr wai full of flying flyingv
j v I Iran ran out outnfthenfTkssefall outnfthenfTkssefallreks of the th office Jrm fall fallr CIIrr
r rr reks rk and eW Mhri i cra crallhd h d through thro throughnr 1th i iof
I IIa
of the Ia identified dead includ includBr IncludeHriwri
Br Hriwri r wn n Jftck Wheeling Whf > fllint fJeorge rc
ia In H 1IfIr lisqiry nry Drllzly rtmtn rtmtnnr tm tmr
I nr i r Romaine Boyle BorllInd IMyleandJohnSlutz IMyleandJohnSlutzrnIr and John Slutz Slutzmi Slutzmlr
mi mlr r of the de dNt d ere II not recog recoginl fIOOOjn i
n S inl n sOtflC > tn were W blown to piep piepir plfO01 plfO01f
S ir f now twelve twol bodiei IJOtU in the theTFS 111 111II the11l5
II 11l5 S T III II Ill in1l1t TFS 1 ITISTIrmhrps TFSTiintihrre Tr TrT
Tiintihrre T hr Cat 4 Degree ItrIr al the f Cam Cam4w0rmrlt em emnrmmt m mnremmt >
nremmt Kxrrrltes Uurll lAst M llIht llIhtSInmary Ihtminarv ht htinm
SInmary inm minarv ry held h la Jail l night l1 < < ht Its ItsnmHicefftrnt a arnmlf1f
< nmHicefftrnt rnmlf1f ffInt In the Ih old Adsme Adsmewh Adamtlhn Adamawhen
wh when hn n thirtythree Ihlrtlh men mnv were wered
v > d j and the degree rl II of bachelor bachelorv a hflor I II
> v w Wj i conferred r upon twenty twentyhm twentyPem
hm Im Of th the more than thirty thirtytern thlrt thlrtIf thirtytpre
tern to If I he > not all are Preshy Preshyr
r in II ib the Mmiinsry iary moro mo than thanligioiM thrt1t10t thanI
I ligioiM 1t10t bodies are represented representedr
r i ho h gradual Jewo J iiakey iiakeywork Hahmeyc
c work in labrmlor In company
5 W WI I Tirenfell Oorge I Ifvl II P Pz
fvl I e4ts III to I lcen cr > mi BMistant at atven athmI attvenIIe
hmI ven > ie Presbyterian Church Churchr i
M r going to China one 00 to Ar Aro
4 C o IHflAn Hpan and one Oft to Turkey Turkeyi Turkl
i tir n iudi two Arraeniaoi two twoo 1
5 5 wo o Italians I Iina and one till man maninterred mannlntrfrt manS
S interred as a raiMfonary to tomi ton toflthu
I
flthu n mi It ID II WIld nutlet Diem DiemS 01 01If
S iri If J14 the iwoyearoW hoy ho b I Ia i iIi
0 > a mray huHet from rromA a aM I IatftOOt
55 M 11h4T17 is rry street war HeaUr HeaUrhrh Ifeztrwhh
whh hrh 8lvet alvttoes It n Prints of ofr tlIrr I
4 < rr r rpf t wa sesserlonaly riousty riool wounded woundedH
I H Htrt Hi14iI xJvn street tlltt hospital ye yefg yes yesfE lt ltr
fg r ll 110 reeeired a bultokin bultokinMtt
0 he sal t on the sidewalk in inV Inlot in9I
lot 9I V Itrry street Ha heed bvedtil heedS
S It s4 < til I 4 Vott street streetll Itt IttI
I I jp 1 ll nirrel rrll Mmlns mine mineI Hun Hunill
I p 1 ediIIn tlOft of f THE EYJ EvgtxN < HI 6 6tftoo
ill 4 U Mw ftfwmial news w sM sMd 1t4I 1t4II
I d iimMt4ofM M tINt ctow ctow4re m mn
S S n 4oMsg ftinWtMlt ftinWtMltil
il ted iked 4 wlotfl wlotflfOr
14 ngtte fOr art HW000IgII4I0 HW000IgII4I0l eoBlataed al aM h hf
l s 0 f THE kIlHlIIaI wt u
Ir F HYPOTHESISThelnconie HYPOTHESIS mESIS mESISi 1
Thelnconie The Income from a building
i like any other hypothetU hypothetUtntttt
tntttt mu be worked out logically loalu1lyrvaRance I
Extravagance rvaRance poor work workmanship workmanihip ¬
I manship and delay will not notgive notRive notgive
give the proper income for a aresult ai amutt
i result any more than th ritWo two and andone andone andone
one will make four fourI
I The only way to prove the
hypothesis of a building In Income ¬
I come is to work out the prob probIrm rob ¬
lem on the basis of economy economyquality economyquallty economyquality
quality and nd speed speedBut peedI
I But our Coat Insurance Insurancegoet
I goet further than that thatIt
It dispenses with the hy hypothesis hypotbels hypothei3 ¬
pothesis and substitutes a aguarantee aguarantee 1r
guarantee guaranteeTHOMPSONSTARRETT RU1rantecTHOMPSON guaranteeTHOMPSONSTARREU
r THOMPSONSTARRETT THOMPSONSTARRETTCOMPANY THOMPSON TARRETT TARRETTCOMPANY
COMPANY COMPANYBuilding COMPANYBuilding
Building Construction ConstructionFiftyOne CoaalructlOnFlftyOrie ContructlonFiftyOneWall
I = FiftyOne FiftyOneWall Wall Street
m h d dIT
sr ti lii s HorKifiiitcKnRiisiiir HorKifiiitcKnRiisiiirJnclgr ltIrKlx6 I IlICIIWSIIIl IlICIIWSIIIlJodef
Jnclgr IhiMIn Kuspend the Order of 0 f Judge JudgeKtakrsd JadlHlnknd Judgehinkead
Ktakrsd KtakrsdI hinkeadSrnLNopsgtn
I I SrniNOnriD Ohio May 17 After a alegal aI
I legal Jt battle between prominent attorney attorneyi lwmt1wblm
i in which K Uy of receivership wa askrd askrdfor lkfrll lkfrllror ikedfor
for by the Hocking Valley Railway Com Comiimny Comtjn Cornulwy
iimny luiir ui SUte Circuit Judge C CW CWlu1I1I W WDuitin WIuitin
Duitin tonight gave < < aYl permission to the theplaintiffs thtIlaintllllI theidalnIdT
plaintiffs to die a supersedere uptf1If < Ierll bond for forttSuu rorIZUIJ forS
S ttSuu um sunpendlng the order of Judge JudgeKlnkead Jutl
I Klnkead of Franklin county in the ap a1 a11lntmlflt aptointment
1 twintment of receiver rlCOl John M HhneU HhneUland MhtaI ULslanut
land I and Henry M 1 Booth lie sustained utaln the theinjunction theinjunction
injunction granted < < by b Judfe Kinkead KinkeadI I
I n I aa to If the transferring of stock stockThi stockThiia to < k kThi
Thi Thiia is i a victory Ylolol for forths the Ih Hocking Valley Valleyas I
I as 5 the throwing of the th road into the hand handof handlll i i
of f receiver fIO < IOivelll would take the control out outof OlltIIC outor
of its hand and tie it up in litigation for fora
a yeaT or twiv tw Judge Diutin announced announcedafter AnnOllnll1aflr announcedafter
after the th argument ar < < umlfllll that the only question questionI qUMtionhleb queationwhieh
whieh bothered bolhl him was whether or not notthe notIh ot otItts
I the Ih filing of a super aUItIIId dare bond in the theUnited th thUnilfCt theUnited
United State Circuit Court C < llIrt at Columhiin Columhiini olumI olumII
i dil not take Ilk the th matter out of hi hill hand handA handAll handsAs
A All this oue iw 1 III not to be heard until to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow morning mom in there is a general pnlrallUeC pnlrallUeCI belief I Iamong I Iamong
I among the attorney Attome that Judge Diwlm Diwlmacted Dllllllnaettd Dustinacted
acted within his hi powers l lawrence wrenco Max Maxwell 11uwrll Mazwell ¬
well was chief counl for the Hocking HockingValley hockingVatley
Valley 111 and nd Wade Ellis for the minority mlnonlystockholders minoritystookhoklerui tIinoril tIinorilItookboldtrw
stockholders stockholdersII stookhokleruilttTT
i II IIIT lttTT l > r TOIIK Tt itt H t STICKS ST1t1StiIIrzIrs iT iTI
I I Illschlralrs
llschlralrs 11llIral flrr I > rw 1 Jotrt If peril MierUIKenlsn IffI
I Kenlsn 1 I Is al1t In I lie Meorganled i
The commission on which Investigated InlSlIltt1rflAr a ayear ayear
I year ago eo the Ih ix oonlt11d > ng led Criminal Courts Courtsof
of Inferior jurisdiction In this city has hasworked buorl1 hasworkl
worked out a 1 hill reorganizing those thosecourt Iho Ihomurt thescourts
court Th lull provkl for a court courti
of Special Sowon of New York ork city cityto cityto it
to I iii HI administered < 1 by a Chief Jiutire Jiutireami
ami 11 041 < 1 fourteen Annonat luttlce luII The Thetwelv Th ThJIlUeoo Thetwlve
twelv JuitieM now rlfl acting in the hI Firl Firland Fiflllnot Firstand
and not > ecoml 1 Division and the th Chikirens Chikirenscourt thiklnonlGtfrl hiktrenseoltti
court are ar to continue n 01111 uil ih she end endjof HIder endI
jof I er their rw pcilve II terms termsrho rm
The additional IKMU crested in this IhllltOIIrl ttwicourt
court ate a that of Chief Justice Iualit1 al a salary itslaryof lel lelor
of I8 IOt a yes Y and Ad two wo Ju JIItKtl lire at t
Ifle I9t i a rear These Th > are to be filled by bythe b
the HI Mayor en or hefere C July Jill I IThe tTh ITh
The Th Chtef h 1f Jusltee Jual i Is vtVed t by the Ih act actwith Idwllh actwith
with wide id adR aimhtralln > 4n4 < tratlv iw wt dler dlertteniry rll4trotlienr1 dlsereulonary >
tteniry power pit He II will designate the thenumhr I IAlimr thenumber
number ef IMM rl and 1 their r rspertsv rspertsvtrrioriI > > rlive rliveiHmlorisI rltvIrrlloal
iHmlorisI I inriMliriion I iruit 101 Iii ion iumgu Cll ih I iii Ao Aoorisl A AlOOIa As504iate
lOOIa 504iate orisl Iwitso II 1 UN e Ihh lal > lih irocedur antS amiiiiertiw andsstgwri
iiiertiw 1 > ih th4 i ourt > uri f t lBils II will willa willltClnl willas
a as < j ltClnl > > cint S rli suet ef clwrk > < t in I rouM rouMt
t l 100 i i s ilo 100 loFn > n rkrkly rl < orklyllollI1 salillii s f l lesser lessereanituile nrr nrriH4
iH4 IRaloIII < niti l U inc r io t 0 IM I h apM splioulltet > uiti hv v tb tbBoanl IhI lbsItigt
Boanl I of 4 r liMtire and nd protxihlv twelve twelveor wllv wllvor
or mot rnHan lian iourl atlrndsHl II II11fUnn unit unitwentvfor ml mltweiitvfoiir
tweiitvfoiir mo4 11fUnn ilioiniftini ntTIl1fII Theehirf TheehirfprolMiHMi The chief chiefproIulwH hiCl
prolMiHMi l > OtiCY Mr 111 < r will l tie > e appointed by the thelh Ih IhIhf theIhf
lh Ihf f Juolio1 Most of r tn ti protein pro probation prohatiun oro ¬
bation oflkeni ol1k sKit 11I1 court Irl aiietuUntK si sue
1 fCleeinefl K > > l < cn fffIfll > en but I iindrr the Ih nw n order of ofthing Bfthinp ofthings
thing they th will 111 go It dark in tie II iIllik iIllikon Ki walk walkon
on or before Cort S September plmlrOC l lOf Ior
Of eoitr e the tI mo most t lmM tmMlrt imlortont > rlanl nl nomina1 nomina1tion llotnIna I Ition
tion Mayor Gaynw iavn r will n make ke Ii if th the bill billIn IMIIi
In pa juawed d is i that of Cit r Jiuiitc II IIII ItIs i iis
is SaHI > allbt H that already Id h he i us making m klnlt inquiry inquirys
s as 0 Ih the fltniM tlto of sriou men m Jrac JracIteallr IrarkJallr 1rcttoally
Iteallr all 11 the e Mxgwlrale 31111 < < are a gunning gunningfor
i for the Ih three thr additional > tsmociats MMMHat al JIM JIMlicehip J JIItfIOhira J11rS
S licehip itx iquuired Ilitld > ired by the Ih lull The Th salary salaryl IAIr IAIrIe
l Ie JM sJl l a year r more 1110 than a M lalCllral tsgstraiewill i lraie lraieI 1 I II I
I will gel Reside Ih I the h womans court cxHirtand courtsNul I I
and II 11 < 1 domestic relation 1 tioM court oontem oontempUled centernpi5sitid
pUled in Ih the bill tnfitn addd rt rIIOfI rIIOfIihUlI restsnsibitity > on oni I 1
sibitity i ihUlI hi lily and t1d much more mo work than at atprnenl alpfnl atprent
prnenl forth for I lb Magistrate MagistrateUnder NlagistratruUnder Ialtilllraloolr
Under IB 1M bill the Magistrate ar lrI court courtar coonsare
ar a are to I be organlf < l In two rlivi division 01V14l1ll1aIhe divisionthe ion ionthe
the Arl division embracing Ib the boroughs boroughaof
of Manhattan and 1 The Th Rrnni ronl antS ih ihl the theeeood h h1lfOnd
l 1lfOnd eecond Brooklyn Queen and Richmond RichmondOn
On in or before Ifo JulY I the Mayor I ill to an anpoint ajipoffit
< point IOlnt two nw n Magistrate one on for lli llihrnt II IIlirA hue huehral
lirA and nd on uns n for Ih the h second > rllld divoion divoionI
I Iin In each 011 division there Ih will 11I b he a Board Boardof
of Magi Magistrates 1 trate < oonxiiitln of a Chief ChiefI ChiefMagistrate I II
I Magistrate 11I lrale and ixten Magistrate hack Kacht aehthiC
t thief Mafistrale will 11I appoint a chief rhifclrk chiefclerk hiCJrk
clerk nf each h divUion and nd a chief proba probation probaIII probation ¬
tion III > officer oltrIt j
It is estimated that the III proposed prorvxedpnse a ap4ne I Il1UI
pnse l1UI of reorganizing rl Special tlfII 1 Sion Sesainniuind IM I Iland i iand
land and the th Magistrate la itrI oourt will Increase increasthe Incr IncrIh Increasethe
the Ih budget by about SIMXn In th the lat latbudget II lasttiudgel t
budget the Ih Items covering all lIlb the Magi Magistrate 11li1tl1trI Magitrates ¬ I
trI court Chlklren court and andKpeoial andhpeoil nd ndtOlJOOi1
Kpeoial Sowtlon amounted to JWJV SIIn M33
I
iurrr unnal fnl Operatlan an n SIr lr fI fiesrge frtrlI M Mj III
j lullmsn lullmsnCHICAGO lullmanHICAOO
I CHICAGO May 17 Mr Ira cora M Mi MPullman 1 1I
I i Pullman wa was It operated on today todol at atSt atSt atSt
St bikes 1lk HuopiUI Th The following an ani announcwmnI n ni
i nouncement was made later laterI
I Col Frank 0 Lowdrn Dr I > r Frank trankI Frankfullings
1 Billing and lid J Dr > r I It I McAnhur have haveI ha haannounced
announced to the family that th the opera operation optratlon operatlon ¬
I tlon wa Aa successful Two gall stones stoneswere stoneswere tonlSre
were re removed mofCt from Ml bile duct The opera operation optrtlon operation ¬
tion revealed rI led nothing else Mr ra Plul Plulmans Mulman P1uImana
mans speedy recovery fIJOOyt f la confidently confidentlyexpectd oonftdlntlIpectld confidentlyeied
expectd The TheuaUent patient U I In good con condlUon oondiUon conditloo
dlUon diUonI
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I Pennsylvania RR RRSaturday RI R Rsturd RSaturday
Saturday sturd May 21 191O 191OHEWTOBK 1810IH 1910I
IH JrJJf I 7 fr frRatl thu thuhs
Ratl f1 I 12 I Lit 75 JKTGE JKTGEnrers HEWTOBK HEWTOBKorer 1 Y IK IKtr1lnpOattea
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to I sad iid fri from mittjftHirrlMHlaeroituno mittjftHirrlMHlaeroitunodatton Ils lettyshurs hotl latfOlIt latfOlItdaUeM cronimo cronimoduitjoi
datton at fJturabtt t ur tairr n neeeeur eMrr bells meslen II I IIll
en p mine r and 1Id drive over IK I the BsttleAeld BsttleAeldfM Balllfo MttkeldP4114 w wIltHr
fM P4114 l4 Ittnersrle awl full 11 Infer Inferlief IfIfermft IfIfermftlet
hot let of t Tickt lsn A er HtinMs HtinMsD St tsidd tsiddp I ID
D P A IM M mAt A Aeue ew New Y re rk rkct rkhr
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TIN IN CARTAGO CART AGO WHEN IT FELL FELLrror FELLI FELLPROF
PRO r4MiOT AVI1 vo D Ills M mrr mrrrnslthc rrll rrllUlt WIFP34W
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Ult 1 TIIOrStNII 1I0t DrW DrWIlfmfDlfd DtflDemented
Demented rnslthc halt Threw Throiirltri Throiirltritinier TIIUltfhllI Themselirstjnder
tinier lnd tbe nberl of f the Ih Rellrf Rlt Train TrainNew TrlinfW
I
New fW lark wk Dweis t etr Came nut f It atptaln a aTaptaln
I Taptaln In the Cuts C la Rican Arm ArmSereral ArmSeveral rm rmI
Several pasaengcra who bo landed landfillIrda yes yesterday yesterday ¬
I terday Irda from the th HamburgAmerican liner linerPrint linlrIrinz linerPiins
Print Juochim from Port limon I mon Conta Contanica CnistRIca 0II1aRI
RIca RI had been 1ItIf11n in Cartago the th old capital capitalof 14 > ltal
of Costa Rica when the earthquake prac practically pflllllcallr prctically ¬
I tically destroyed the city on May 11 1 Dr DrPhilip I DrPhilip >
Philip P I Culvert professor of biology biologyIII
III the Unlreinily of Pennsylvania who wholias whohu whohas
has been collecting biological specimens specimensIn
In Central America for the last year yearliving yearliving nr nr1iYlol
living chiefly dd nt at Cartago flaco was 1Iuamon among them themMrs themMr
Mrs 1 Calvvrt who was with him told toldhow t tho toldbow
how ho they Ihl got < < ot out of Cartago arao with lIh five fivetrunkf fly flytrunkrula tl tlIrunkiula
trunkf trunkrula uls of specimens speclmsaiTtm
Till shocks hOtIi begun on April 13 I As A they theyare thral theyare
are al very Yfr common in Costa Rica Rlcanr and par particularly lirI particulanly ¬
I ticularly In the th neighborhood n of Cartago Cartagothe 1
the people ple paid 11ILlllttie little attention to themat thematfirst tblmatOrat themalfirst
first After the proftwsor and hi wlfej wlfejKid wife wifehail I IIwl
Kid counted about 153 I shocks they felt feltM feltLa i iI
M I If they th might endure dure a few moro DOrp with withcomposure wllbtOmpotuft withcompoIure
composure but they the and all the Iheftlt rest restof restof I
of the residents were unprepared for the thegigantic thtIipnUo thegigantic
gigantic upheaval uph iiplieavalthat 31 that came cameon on the night nlchtor j jof
of May Y 4 shaking down nearly nearl all 11 the thebuildings tb tbbuUdlnp thebuildings
buildings of the lb city and sending < < the them themhabitant in inhabitants inhabllntln ¬
habitants In panic Into the streets streetsDr atflIIDr streetsDr
Dr Calvert and his hi wife were In a one onestorr onltIIOrT
storY nhitter and adobe hotel wh when hfD n every rY ¬ I
thing collapsed Beams a wall qll ceiling ceilingall cnIliniall
I
all earn O ml down together Some fell in insuch 111IUIh it itsuch
such away a a u to form a protective direr direring ci3verIng r rror
ing for the th doctor and Mrs M Calvert They Theygot Th ThInlO Theygot
got into thestreet ana round great crevice crevicein creICfOIin
in the Ih earth rtb everywhere and hardly hanilThOIl a ahouse ahouse
house hOIl standing Most of the Ih people peoplekilled IHOJltekillfd peoplekilled
killed wen ft killed hy falling walls More MoreIhnnn 1I0rllhAn Morethani
Ihnnn lhAn II thmvnd corpeedragged from the theruins
ruins Uyin lily In the Ih thestrest street for days ciA before hoCo the therelief Ib Ibft1ifC therelief
I relief narlie parties could bury bur them The Therailroad Th ThI Therailroad
I railroad track were WI e so luullr twisted twistnltnattniinsrouM IwiI1tbat twistedthattrtujnscnuid
tnattniinsrouM tbat tlntOu J not he beruin run to bring b inlit relief reliefto
to the tb wounded woundedlr
lr Walxie Wall Brewer r surgeon of r tli tliPrint thIrina the thePtin
Print Joachim led a relief 1Ir party that thatwent thatnt thatwent
went nt from Port Union to Cartago arriving arrivingIhera arrivingthere rriinltth
there th on May B He maid Id th the efiecial train tramthat traintballook trainthat
that tballook took bun to the III scene 1 of havoc made madeth mattethe
th I the fitly mile trill in twelve hour hourTh houTh hoursThe
Th The country llIIt wa a < filled wiLls men women womenand wl womenand n nIInd
and children n fleeing to th tbs coiut 8 Homt HomtdlfIItnl1 8omedemented < > me medem
dem demented nte < l fugitives flung Ilun tnem tlltIIIumlr therituetves therituetvesunder < eve eveunder
under the wheN of th lbs train and were werekilled werekilled t tkillfd
killed The relief IIC party arly found Cartago Cartagoa anatoa
a city Ilt of the Ib dead and n wounded Kvery KveryIxxly tnrlIod hvryIotly
Ixxly lIod who could get away had gone goneKvery conIFYrI goneEvery
Every FYrI church wa dent wlroyllt roved and the thel th thIlPaCOJ therear
l rear > ace palace built by Andrew And Carnegie Cdrneeieliad Carnegiehaul fI1I ie ieha
haul ha lew I than half n 1 wall standing The Thedoctor ThldI Theutoctur
doctor dI tir picked up live 11 mm and nd women womening womenlying
lying ing d d1 < d under the Ih opire rl ire of the cuthe cuthesi rutbdr31 catbedral
dr31 si
It was entimatetl by the relief Iir party partyI partI partyfrom
from the Prim Joachim that the Ib dead in inth inth inthu
I th thu city of Cartago rtco wa not nolle less than lion lionTli 1rJITlI IJUfl4
Tli fl4 bndieit were w piled in < < n freight train trainand lralnand trainaand
and sent into the country elmll for burial burialThe hurialTh burialThe
The Th wounded und were 11 put 111 in tents and nd fed fetiand CIond fediund
and doctored doctoredTh uttwtoreulThe tOl1 < I I I IIlmon
Th Prmr Jooohim wa loading at Port PortUmon Portlimon
limon when hln th the great 11 chock came rolling rollingher roilingIcr II IIhr
her like lik a rowboat In a swell 11 The 11 doctor doctoraid doctorid
aid id oo far a he h Milk learn m no American Americanwere i iWlt
were killed in Cartago artalt and few C if any anyKiinxieanr anyIsiroans
Kiinxieanr urofaa but man of the th Utter LllIlrn were weremet werenet
met n tn flight from the ih stricken dUtrict dUtrictThe dialrlctTh distrktThe
The Th ititetv tiorL who ho i i4 < not the th ehtpH hip regular regularMirgeon regularsurgeon KUlarroUrfOn
surgeon wa wn loaned to the Hamburg HamburgAmerieun lImbllri IlambnrgArnericati
i Amerieun In rkan Line for one 00 trip Hi Ills tx post postwben t
1 when bo here h i 14 at the th ltivr Itleerside ide Hu Huisruital Huisruitalhis ilUtl ilUtlII
II his Mid Iet that mart of the U Prinz Joachim Joachimi Jsthimsjiassengors
jiassengors i M > ngent n < < who had been n in the th earth earthquake earthijutake rth rthIvak ¬
quake belt were re l lonrila < Hiri l Ties doctor doctorI doctorC1r doctorAftr
I MI id
idAfter After C1r I had been n working In that thati
i wrecked town 10 a day da and a half a very veryI
1 hUvk CtiotarKon man 1 1I came am around aroundand amtlndaAlI aroundS aroundassd
S and ordered m f to t lake off hi his uniform uniformI uniformIlwln
I Itaitn I known I lull I hail a I uniform on onI
I fouitd out < II afterward th Iblll l lh the h Mayor Msyuriof i
of 0 Coitnco la t had ad pill Hit 11 lh I the iHtllkinl lorInt apparel apivtrelon
on 10 t me m ii lol t a as w we were r esritrdly x lly entering enteringmt nlrfle nlrflem
mt m > the IhO w work ork rk of C reMu I luid ul IMVII a afnotarmtn atotarIeafl
fnotarmtn llrn Irl army ri y IaptAin fi for > r ihirty IhlrlII IhlrlIIhIN thntysIhours U Uhour
Ialtal
hour htery t lvei nthr Ih m IRn man n 10 the tl n relief relieftsrty > hef hefl 1C 1CIty
l Ity rty It ItSome sa4 1 lwen IRllrh trnilsrlv dk dkN lccknil out outSoin
Some N of them Ihfm sailed ited 1 into New ew York 01 with withleneral withlennraIu ith ithf
I f leneral Iral uniform < in It 0 their kit k kI kllli kitI
111 llli I 111 ii if tut mil nU 11111 rr i T 111 iIHint i ii I
i IIMiTl Utnl flint nl I te Mr eI r the th isme fea That T1 l lml I Ihit
ml hit fIhlnl tmstilnt iililnt Cel 11 hut llulWIIITK lul hutVlllTK I
WIIITK Wltt PLJIINK PWI = May IT I Freilerick I IiTakolt r ITakott
iTakolt I rkl Jr of 0 Manhattan who b sued the theNational theNational 1
National KihllHtion Iompanv or1 which whicheonlmt whlr whuetienotrois I Iflf
eonlmt flf th the Polo II Ground in l New S York Yorknty Yorktidy ork orktty
tidy tty for Ji Sulllamc l damages for alleged aleIt1 false falseimpriMMiBieni CI CIIIJImnt falseienpronmnt
impriMMiBieni IIJImnt 1 Ieosiise > < Mii > e a B tie clsimel clsimelaftir clsuaetafter Ialmt
after entering the f eroiiitd nIIR he h could fk iw iwgit h not notget
get 11 out Olto tot two hours hOI and al Ihtrv Iir minute mlnll mlnllh I I
although he h wa wa very ry SHIIOIM H 11 to 0 do 11 11I so I
got IOI a venlkt nlkt in mil the SUII1 Suptem upreme Iourt Iolrl today todayfor odavfor
for or Wil s O dstnagw ilaui3gTakoti tI
Takolt Alleged that he h applied f1 for forrrtrrvx forreserve
reserve M NI e4it > al ticket 1 la but I could Cul nm h get getlhm lt lttlm getthem I
them tlm Th TIn Then n h he < tn In1 l to gt mil of o the theground Ih Ihgrollo therolnd
ground grollo coil nd I iiohcetnen pon ntopimi alollI him himHe himlie
He 1 asked th tl the offinr why hY and nt h he swore sworthat aworIhal sworethat
that the Ih K lh1 > li < in n sn stuswi9nil were < 1 clor clorknlw doom doomknow < onl onlknow
know knlw He 1w hi saw on of the Ih official omAd and he hewa b bA4 hewas
wa A4 told tok 10 stay IIY > and s e the II game Im l ltood latond
tood 1101 with ub a cro Irmd crowd d of m mn n who wihnl h1 to tolae 10Ia toleave
leave Ia Ih the hfld ground IHII I no H on one ooiiM Cl gt gtut c t tjilt III
jilt ut II conlinu rnlll1 continued I tho th wilne n 1 I then n nctded 0 0ld1 do doctdnil
ctded ld1 to try Iynd and gt Itl out 111 through th the pre pr prIil preos preosgitle v vgale
gale and nd an other oflr Hopiyl me m I pti pwihnit pwihnitby h l lhy
hy Iil Iy him and nd he h soizesi > iz lz1 < 11ro l noki of m ° I 11 wu wugrablie wesgrabbed
grabbed h1 l bv three I h r or four other 01 hr ofncer ofncerand omN omcyaand
and all sr wa piuhrd 1 h1 l backward < ark ard Thi wa at atll I I Ill jlUl
ll lUl i and It ut t I ivi 30 XI P I M 1 a special pecialomertoki pecialomertokime alomlrtol offlctfold offlctfoldme i im
me m that he h would oul Uk m me out of the theground thegrouindi
ground gale lulh Ill He II took lok me m through IIroulh the Ih pre pregale pt1 pt1Ill progate < I
rvwKi IT ITrullrrna irPulirettifl rs MISK MISKPullremsn
P
Pullremsn rullrrna lljant Ina IIn na tiIj > WIth h Rrlnleul Rrlnleulllnrte flnl4 Retntriusthorse i iln
horse ln That llroke nro s Ian tans Urn rm I I I I
Policenmn roliOln Joseph Ryan yan who guards guardsth Ilud Iludth gnardathe
th the rmMing crinJ at Avenue vensIs nu A and Eighty Rightytlrnt Fcty Fctyfllt
I brat fllt street near nlr Public ruhli School hol VI 1 t saw IW IWnIaw1 a arunaway arunaway
runaway horse hof thtt threatened a crowd crowdI
I I r nIaw1 > f school Ihofl children fhllnon coming Crlflt en Rut t on Kighty Kightyllmt FtghtyS
Ilt Iltlfllt
S llmt lfllt street yt yelny yesterday nUy A 1 Ih the home homeI bo a aproached 1 >
I nrmched prmrhl Ryan saw that trt them Ihr was no noJ nordl nobridle
J bridle rdl but blt he h threw on 0 ons arm r over its itsmeet i iII it ittIc
meet II tIc t while whi with Ib hi his free rr hand hnd he herapad herapadit crisped crispedits
its It it nostrils nOtrl and shut off It II its wind windWith windWih windWiththepolioernsnholding rrup
With Wih Withthepolioernsnholding the policeman flOmn holding o on thehorne thehorneturned Ihe thehonisturned hof1 hof1tumt
I turned tumt south alh on Avenue AnnU A and stopped stoppedat
at Eightieth tahtlh street A few C minute IItop later laterman ttr ttra titera
a man mn with lh a broken hrokl right arm an came ml up
He aald that tt he was Joseph JDM 8and Rner Aander r and andthat andthat
Mi an
that th the horse ho was a his hi 1t It had hd become becomef te terllcrl leoninefrightened
f tightened at t Second t avenue U and nd Eighty Eightyfirst Eightyfirst ah
first lnt rllcrl street and overturned oPur the th delivery deliverywagon dlh1 deliverywagon
wagon Wg on which 8nnder 8nt had hll been sit sitting sitthug il ilti ¬
ting
tingRyan ti Ryan Ry Is I a medal m I man Heaavednman Heaavednmanfrom 10 lie saved ve is mn mnrr man manrein I
from rr rein drowning drowllt drownlnlat tost t summer mmr
W B Cutting tuu left MJooo n 1 I tlariarif tlariarifTh tlamrl HarsrdThe
Th Tl The will wi of William WiHm Bayard Br1 Cutting CuttingJr Culnl
Jr who whl died dil At Asoiu Aalln > n Egypt pt ptS leaves leaveaI
S 23000 aI I to Harvard lnan for purpoee rr which whichwill whtchwIll hlchI
will wi be specified by b Edwtrd twrd Huydekoper Huydekoperell luYdekopr
I tsells ell of Pfd Boston hIn or in I the Ile event of C hi hidecth liidMth hil I
decth dlth by hTeorl hyThendortu Theodore lymvi of Brook Brklne Rrookline line lineThe
The 1 1 hI teta testator < or leaves NYl a anlt trust fund ru of JOTiarv JOTiarvfor 3ti1wfor lr
for hit wife l IId Idy dy Sybil bl MX and n < his hi daughter daughterIris dauchllrIrl
Iris Irl fri and five Ii jives hi hil his wife IXOOO 0 lieslde liesldeHe 111 IwsideHe
He gives gll two friends rrl dll J Hordon Oro Gardiner Gardinerof olnr olnrr
of le r Florence f1rN ItAly and IUII Graf OrC Erwein Frln Wurm Wurmhacher Wurmhehfr Wurmhacher
hacher hehfr Htuppach HllJpcb of South uth Tyrol TII Austria Austrialiixw Altri Aitriatai
tai 11 each eachIXamlnrroUeparlmrnt Mehaml eachEsamtntr
IXamlnrroUeparlmrnt Esamtntr aml ollprlmm 1 Department EstImate KllmateiPreid EstImatePresident UmtMJldnt
Preid Jldnt President > nt Mitrhel Iivel of th tl liis Heard 1n of Alder Aldermen Alr Alrnn Aldermen
men nn hat I appointed Ipolnt to be h chief examiner examinerIn Ialr IalrIn
In hi h hIs offlee o l IVjward Eward K Bayle who cli h3 ha habeen I habeen
been chief ehr accountant al of the I Department Departmentof Oltlnt Oltlnto
of Aeeounta A OURta for lo iMtveral vlal year y II le will willbe wil wile willhe
o be e the fe head of the ti stair whIch Mr r MHehel MHeheli Mihl Mihli
t o I
i i ks f romm farming rmmg < < tv I Ii investigate IfYip the 1 went t of ofafipMeatlofi ofappiteM1efts
afipMeatlofi i nude for ro nfiprot AOHMI approprisp approprispto > rtatloM rtatloMto I
1 to Hw B < rd 1 of K halimate Himate imtf by I department ilefwrtmenihead II IIIh I
head Mr Boyle received llem In
r I r It0 a aI year yearIn
In I MM 1 DepartMtent of o A ammi 0 Hi Hisa4ary H Ha Hssalary
Ih salary now I edit w be ti 1 Kht W Besides Besideseifert I tald W leing leings
a s eifert 1 aewvfiUM MIUl b he U lastewyst a al k wy W r
firrvev r8rUEV vrjr GO TO WORK WORKt fOI
t U hap lUldenlient loldeI IIldenentflaek Back t CTeIC CTeICp teThebCi teThebCipante Their CMD CMDpaole
ffbcre Needed NeededThe T4esddThe
paole p TtwyY T NH
The T detl details of n twentyeight twDtlt ro mmb mmbv mmbvof mbrs mbrsof
of the Fire Department Drn wr were w re revoked rol b bCommlsNionvr b by byCoinmiasioner
CommlsNionvr m or Waldo Wao yesterday trda The Themen T Themen
men are r two foremen tOIf two liouWnont liouWnontfour Jlounal4 Jlounal4rour Iteutenantsfour
four engineer ncDH of slea stoamirs ten rs and a twenty twentyfirst twntynr twentyfirst
first nr grade ce tinmen tinmenMr tImenlr
Mr lr WcJdo Wcdo bat b reduced nuc th the number Dumb o omen or ormtn ofmen
men assigned Ic to detail dtl work ork from IW 1 4O o omora or ormor ormore
mora mor to HI U and ad yesterday 1tenro order onr la In Inline Inln inline
line ln with ith his h policy pte of putting ptl men whoso whosojobs whoseJoba bO
jobs Jol hava ba been essentially ntllr decorative decorativaback derU derUback decorativeback
back to t work with itb their old companies companiesThe ople
The T order r falls f11 most mot heavily bi upon up men menassigned menull menassigned
assigned ull to detail detl work ork in Brooklyn BrooklynCapU DrklJnal DrocklynCapt
CapU al Charles 1rl J McCarti Mcrtie and a Frank J JHt JItnn Jllcnneesy
Ht Itnn llcnneesy > nnesy will wl return rturn tod to todty > to their ok okcompanies okcnmpanie oldcompanies
companies cnmpanie at Far Rockaway Rkwa and a Ar Arverne Arme ArVerne
verne me two places 1I where there hav hy have bean beancomplaint bn bnrpant beancoinpla
complaint rpant nta of lat lat late a as to t Inefficient InemcenllIO service serviceBrooklyn serviceBrooklyn
Brooklyn lmkln headquarters baqurtlra will wi lose 10 Pat Patrick Pt Ptrick Patrick
rick M Carroll Carl and lid Charles r A Klein KMnfolder Klin Klinrler Kleinfelder
folder rler engine encr engineers of steamers tmera and a William WilliamHamilton Wila Williamhamilton
Hamilton Hailon elevator allator attendant attndant who will wilreturn wll wllfttllnl willreturn
return to duty 11 with wth Engine tcne Company Copnr lOt 109as lOta o
as a Hr drat t grade < < r fireman Orlma The T Brooklyn Brooklynfire Irollo Irollolre
fire lre marshal marh will wi have hre to tot get along aone without withoutHarry wit withoutharry bout
Harry lr Martin Ialn a Harry I is going Iolnl to work workwith wor workwith I
with Engine M Company Itt IttTha 1 142The
The T bureau Iuru of o repairs rr and t supplies lupplilin lupplilinMahtt la laManhattan inManhattan I
Manhattan Mahtt Ia bereft frt of four rOlr detailed detale ni men nland menand a aand
and nd the Brooklyn lrklr bureau buau lose 1 one Two Twomen Twomen Twomen
men will wi leave their ther work wor in the th offices officesof omQ offleeof
of the th Dtiputy DlPl1 FIre re Commissioner Cmmleonu r ol olBrooklyn or orJrkly ofhirooklyn
Brooklyn Jrkly and a Queen Q D and ad Thorns Thor K KItiordan I IlUordan
Itiordan IUorda forsake rorn the office omc of Chief Cd Croksr Croksrfor Ckr Ckrlor
for work with wth Encin EIDn Comoanr Cooy M a
The Te combined rblnelricrhHemn rblnelricrhHemnhaA combl ad salaries of these m men n wh whj whubase <
j have been n on detail detl amounts loun to toIt tttOOO tttOOOIt 0
It I i a figured feun at a Headquarter IMqurtera that about aboutlO blt
10000 lO worth of clerks and laborer
worh clrk ad lborera to together tofther together ¬
gether fther with new nw rani r cataloguing calloulnl calloulnlIema sys systems systern ¬
tern will wl ba b able bi to hold hoit down the in joue jouei JOD oe oeI
i I al all tight tinllAll tightAll 111t 111tAll
All of the men whose WbO detail detal have hav been beenl n nI
I l I revoked okl are An able al bodied bie Firemen trtmln In Injjured Injl1 InI
jjured I jl1 in tb th cuiirs 1 of duty dut retain ftan their thirI
j I detail dltal work workHIT workI ork orkliT
I
HIT liT IT ISSAMHMMI 1lltU 4V TOOMttX TOOMttXThe TIOU TIOUTe
The Te Member from rm the Illti Ilh Drnsoneeil Drnsoneeilfar Dmlf
far III l Primary hlmll Mill ml Vat VatThe YetThe t tThl
The ears of Assemblyman Toomb Toomb of ofthe orth ofthe
the th Seventeenth Hntfth Assembly district dilrcl might mightwell mllhtwf1 mIghtwell
well wf1 have by burned last 11 night at the dl decrtption de description ¬
scription rplon given n of him by II the West Hid Hiddirect Sd Sdcllnt Middirect
direct cllnt primary prml organizations who ho mt mtit mf mettit
it < a dollar dollr dinner at the tit Hotel lotf1 Langham LanghamHe L < < ham hamI
He I hi was described Ir hd a the Ih Assemblyman Assemblymanwho mbl1
who ho ha I hats disgraced dlgraC I this hi district ditie and hi hiname his hilnam hisname
name found mention mllo In the resolution resolutionpassed fllton resolutionspassed
passed p at the close elO of the Ih speaking where whereit
it wa raid that We denounce dt0W1C the act ct of ofAssemblyman orAImblymn ofAssemblyman
Assemblyman AImblymn bomb Tomb of the Seventeenth SeventeenthIn ltlnth ltlnthIn
In casting CAJllll his hi vole against alnt the Hinman HinmanIrern lnrn lnrnr Iijntnanireen
Irern r bill hi a as 4 false ral and treacherous tmlblrou to his
constituents constituentsDr lnttulll lnttulllHr
Dr Rudolph Rtollh Tombo Tumb of Columbia who whopresided whoplido whopresided
presided plido let it b be known right rcht at t the tulrt tulrtba start startHut startthat
Hut ba the lii funeral Cuerl meat of the unman Hinmanireen linmn linmnhi unmanIruen
ireen bill hi had hd not been 1 used to furnish furnishth rumlbtl
th tl the banquet banquetMiles hncllt hnclltll banijtietMile
Miles ll M 1 Uawson Dwlo actuary Itul of the tb Arm Armstrong Ar Armstrong ¬
strong insurance inuran committee Omit began his histalk hi hitlk histalk
talk tlk with a review y of the things thlOl1 which whichhe
he said i Oov G Hughes boa ha stood t for The TheGovernors Tl TlCIYmor Theflovernor
Governors CIYmor name nm wo wu loudly lou I applauded applaudedThen applauo
Then Tl Mr Dawson l > wMn went into lal the direct directprimaries dlnt dlntprlmrw directprimarwa
primaries prlmrw situation Dlutln a A as affarting afflnc the Seven Seventeenth Haventeentti Yn YntHntb ¬
teenth district dlatrct H He said ai that tht u a that thatdtttrict thatdilriet thatdistrict
dtttrict dilriet could rul always poll pl a la large lrl a vote votefor vot votefor
for an n independent in1lndfnt as for a Republican Republicanor Ikpublin IkpublinIIr
or a Democrat mooral Assemblyman Toomb Toombwas Tob
was w asked uki for a pledge pWI to I support direct directprimaries dlnt dlntpimar directprimaries
primaries when hs h cam fm up alllpr for reelection reelectionMr rIKlln rIKllnlr
pimar Mr lr Dawson Dw said I that O the Assemblyman Assemblymangave mblrmn mblrmnIAe
gave IAe the pledge and an added adfCl And An yet yetiMir yetIsir et etIr
iMir Ir candidate < ndlt wa was not numbered Dumb among amongthoM aloo alootho amongthose
thoM tho who worked worlt for the th measure muufn and andwe andwe
we have bll before IICo IM 11 here h and nd now the th thethn ques question u utlo ¬
tion tlo of 0 what we w mean ln I to do d about but ft ftletter I ItA
A letter from toncreMiman tolCfm Rennet Bennatsaying tnDet tnDeti Rennetsaying
i saying yine that evidently ilntI1 the tt Hinman HinmanIreen Imm liunmantnen
11 Ireen bill lIi cant nt pas and 111 suggesting suggestingthat 1 < < Cling Clingtht
that tht tb rompromn bill i ought to be beum I Ir liiIsaeaed
Isaeaed um d if r rmvol It its provisions pm iln were wer what ht they theymd thfrnl theyserneJ
serneJ > md nl to b I tie wa was read d Assptnhlymsn AssptnhlymsnMurrsv AsaetnblymanMurray
Murray of the Ih Nineteenth told of the thetroubli Ih IhIftlbl thetriiulee
troubli lie I liui ha had as A a supporter upprtfr of the thedirtct tit tithrlt theilirect
dirtct hrlt primaries IfmarlN ant n1 other measure measureThe mneastireeThe 1IIIa
The AMiiiblymsn said ull he h wanted wanl th tl bill billpaused 1m 1mI hillisaisett
paused I d und 1111 believed tt II would old PSM some sometime sometime 1t 1t1m ¬
time 1m He I II also al declared dtf for the th abolition abolitionof blton bltonC
of C the HI Killrs Iul lommttte lormilt which he I de derribed el eln diserihed
rribed ss sn n Institution Inltulon foreign to toI a arrpublHan arepublican
republican Il D form of government lonmrnl The Therommitti T Thecommltte
I rommitti ommU he h said 1ld pUre fl a few men menin mno
in o a position uI to run nn the I hI affairs IAlra of the II State Stateund tllatfan MIstscml
und an the UI Ii ontire invmtMrship was o Ol Olto opposed opposedto > pus d dto
to the II HinmanUreen Immanln bill billOl 11 bulltither
Ol ti tither her speakers were tre Or Ir Charles Austin AustinllearJ Allln AlllnIlrJ Austinheard
heard IlrJ professor Iloffr of politics hti uf r IoliiroUis IoliiroUissnd lollmhi lollmhiaOO
and exMidge 1 ludp William H Wadharas Wadharasl Wadhm Wadhamspresident
l president > 1 of the State Ilal 1a1e Direct nirft Primary PrimaryAseoeistion Jrlmr JrlmrI PriniaryAssoelatlon
I Aseoeistion AseoeistionAt t hOI
At the th close dcii I of the Ih dinner resolution resolutionwere rHIUII0t1 reqoluliorswent
were f adopted dopl thanking Assemblyman AssemblymanMurray
I Murray Iurr and nd Congressman loncfmn Bonnet Io lor lorintelligently lorifllilntr forietelhgontly
intelligently ifllilntr representing rlf I1I < < the people peoplof pfI1 pfI1of peopleof
of thus h dittnct lIltrie particularly in I support supportof II U port portoC 1
of th the HinnuiiGreen 10mlfn lull 1111 and scoring ccormgAMrmblyman Irlnr i imblymao IAsaornbiyrnuunTnarnbe
AMrmblyman AsaornbiyrnuunTnarnbe mblymao Tnumlm for lMek harklillr harklillrHUI hbcksIidlqg hbcksIidlqgsIsYu > lidiqg lidiqgsuiNfs
suiNfs fir 11ml iii limit nit roMiiKn roMiiKnMHOOO fOYIf1IPsaltnot HlIO1 HlIO1NO
MHOOO NO stItched 4lftf1 Krsm rm the Opera OJ fe C Iand I Iand I
and nd siilaa 2U From Er 011 Otle Oi Ott M I Wahn WahnThe NhnTh UshnThe
The Th transfer trnr tax appraisal of the estate eitatef estateof II I Ifr
fr of > f Heinnch l nrrh Conned onril filed tllf In the Surro Surrogate Nurrogutes ¬
gate 11 offir I yesterday Inla shows IIho that the themut thet thesuit
suit t h hit brought against the Ih MetropolitanOpera Metropolitan MetropolitanOnera Itrooitn ItrooitnOJr
Opera OJr I lompn om < any for tTJOfl 11 for breach nreachof I Iof
of contract oontre was U settled III for flr SMnnn f It Italso I Italan
also ala shows ho that he had sued ul Otto Olo H HKnhn I hiKahn
Kahn president fletnt of the Ih opera or company companyou
ompn ompnOD
ou an agreement < < by Mr Ir Kahn to 10an carry rsrrytin i ian
an account a ml for him In storks IIlo on which whichclaIm hkh hkhim I IcUim
claIm im the th eMatn Ial collected rlcfC1 collectedMr RS37S I I IMr
Mr Ir Conned lonrif left only onl one parcel of ofrsl oCal ofreal
real al estate IAI which wa was valued ltfCt at IU37S IU37Sami slunnll l437 l437and
and nll subject lIulj la t a mortgage of Wirjo WirjoFhe eis eisrhs 10
Th Fhe personal prl ettate included Incudt th the follow following roll rollIns following ¬
ing Ins securities IcurU 20 Oharea share h of AtchIson Allllln
WV 1 so 1 share hal of United lnll State Really Reallyand RNly RNlyAne flraIt flraItanti
and Improvement Company IUono 110 y yInion 01 01I
Ane Compnr
I triton Inlm Pacitlo rlno mmmnn tOmm 117200 m2 and nd xi xiGuggenheim eflluggenheim IUhlalnhm
Guggenheim Exploration tlplorUon II4IJ7J Ilt3 He HeI Ie IeI H Hhad
I had two f 10000 10 Mfe C insurance policie policieJ plcf polides4a75l I IS41t
J S41t 4a75l JJ1 on deposit dJlt in a Berlin Irtn bank bnk and and2lTf i i217tr ISt7
St7 217tr deposited dtJilfrl In Vienna tnna The total totalestate tol totalestate
estate tl amounted amnl4J to fUt031 U0I which I Iminted IIIthjtrt Irnihect
minted IIthjtrt to a deduction d of tlM2U 12 owed owedto
ucon owe
to t the lb Stock St Exchange ChaD firm ln of Sutro Bros BrosHe B BrosHe
He I had two note of lioooo 110 each mad madeto i ito
n0 me
to t Murray Iu and Daniel Daltl Guggnhefm Oulrhem OulrhemIr auhrimMr I I
Mr Ir Conried lorll also al left 2ono 0 share h of ofthe IICIh ofthe
the Ih Ocean n Comfort Comror Company Compnr which whle got Iot IotIrnd gotfranchises l lfranchise
franchise Irnd on ocean On liners Inera through tbrp the theinfluence theInnlle theinfluence
influence Innlle of Mr Ir Conried Conre After Atr his ha death deaththe deaththe I
the th company lost 10t the Ih franchise rranchitl and the thestock Iheto thestock
stock to cpn i il put down down1 a as nf no value valueThe vlul valueThe
I
The Te Hc fC ftStft f
Hailing Rlin today to by the Cunardtr Cnrt Lusi Lusitania Lusitints I Itnla
tania tnla for Fishguard Fiherd and Liverpool LiverpoolMr Unrl I Irr
Mr rr and nd Mrs Ir Thorn Tml Nelson Nln Pi PitheKtv r PagetheBes
theBes Ihl Rn Dr H I C Mlnton 111on MlotonMajorV Msjor Jar V Mitchell UllcbvllMr llhtl llhtlIr
Mr Ir and n Mr Ir Wlllism Wiiam tl I Low 1 Charles Cari A AKip AKip AKID I
Kip flrlp teens 0 I Kip Sir Wsltrr IUn Heir 11 Hulrb Hulrbtnnon lullh lullhInln lftilchttson
tnnon Inln Dr I Oraeme fJlme raems llsmmond lmmond and nd the thtCount I theL be belount
Count L l von n Rosenberg RosenbergPassenger Rauabel RauabelPallra RosenbergPassengers
Passenger Pallra by b the Whit Whit Star Str liner linsrOeeanic lnl linerOceanic
Oceanic Oeni for Plymouth Cherbourg Cfbrc and andSouthampton andRthamplon andSouthampton
Southampton SouthamptonMr Rthamplon RthamplonIr
Mr Ir itimiv uls Amslnek Mr and nd Mr MrFrrdrrick Mr hrVruleruck
Frrdrrick 1 itr Copper Mr Ir sad nd Mrs lir M H HA Hr Hdo
Frtfl
A do VOIICg oiinr 011 t ilr Ira oPlf l II I DiiMn flf Mr Ir and Mr MrWtllism MrWilliam n nWlklm
r William Wlklm Fsvenhsm Mr 111 H Itirton lllnn 1 In French FrenchMr FrenchMrs
Mr r > 1 lower I lmsy emJ Mrs r It P Mnr Morgan Morganl rn n nien
lif l ien Mnsrd tuad C UHrim CBrm and Mr Ir and n Mrs 3trsA f I IP I
A P Oriittsy Oriittsyftr Crda Crdatbe Hula Hulafly
fly ths th HamburgAmerican nmhufAmerlcn liner lnn Graf ora I IiVaMersw IIlfII ItValdersp
iVaMersw IlfII for Plymouth Cherbourg and andHamburg andhamburg
lamOr lamOrIr hamburgMr Hamburg I IMr I
Mr Ir D I T Mmrr tmr Dr J 1 C HaMlDC tlrdlli Mr MrH 31 31It 1 1M
H I Scrlhner Irin Dr and nd Mrs ra UllT W1 Rojudrn RodrnMr I IMr I
Mr tr Henry lr D I JUeilon sod f Mrs Ir lolf II I F FBrowH ftt Fitrowe
BrowH BrowHPoffijcr tt itrowePaisenprs I
Poffijcr r by th the Royal Rral Mail 11 lin In liner linerOrotava r rOroUva
OroUva OrY for B Btrd rmUU srmiidaMr > rmUUMr I
Mr r and Mr ir ns Arthur tl C HawtM Ho John W WR WLoan
ln Loan r l C R Merrill rl Mr r Jsd Mrs 1r JM B H Hsnd Htntekims4
Srtkar tntekims4 and Mrs f 4 M 4 4Qi1iiht WVerler WVerlerBy W
By I tH U Qt Qi1iiht < i t > j Ihtr Bernwdiaa l for forMrs ro forM
Mrs M bearireH GI aecge Aduw A Ike t Rev and Mrs r rI4tes
f L ° iSl < V I V1 laRe Hwe ikl t twa >
Mf MwsH wa Beet t tad OsptTTTk k r
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Made Mde inScotland inScotland in inScotland
Scotland Scotlandfrom Scotlandfr Scotlandirii
irii from fr Spanish Spnis Serilte Serilteoranges S SeviUsorangesthe
oranges o orangesthe the only onlykind onl onlkind onlyErIJ
ErIJ kind that have hav that thatsharp thata thatsharp
sharp a slightly lghty bitter bitterappetizing bitt bitterappetlzingiesl
appetizing tat Nopraervativea NopraervativeaMakes oplueuarv
appnr Makes Make a good go breakfast brakfu better betterKeillers btt
55 p
Keillers KeillersMarmalade Keilers neiiier s sMarmalade Sl m mMaalade
Marmalade MarmaladeFIX Maalade Maaladeu
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FIX FM FX411 41 nAiino i o 4ir4irni 4ir4irniArbllraton t 4lr41wArbItrator IIt 80 80Arltrator
ArbItrator Arltrator Ham I FinIshed Fnlf Their TII Work nor on onthe o sothe
the Vandrrbllt ntrllt LInes IJneThe UnT LInesme
The T grand Id officers of the th Brotherhood 8rol brho of ofRailroad orRlr ofRailroad
Railroad Rlr Trainmen Tranml and th th the Order Onr of ofRailroad orRlr ofRailroad
Railroad Rlr Conductor Codllcora received 111 yesterday yesterdayfrom teny tenyrr
from rr Arbitrators Arl > lttora K r Hark ark rk and P II IIMorrisjey I IiMorriasey
Morrisjey 110n who wh am a in II Ii Washington W inltton their theiraward thir thiraa theiraward
award aa in th lb the COM 1 of the th trainmen tramn and andconductor a andconductors
conductor ldlcora of the lb last tt three th of rr if the t five fiveVanderbllt fv fiveVanderbilt
Vanderbilt arlt roods west of 0 HufTalu luao The Theiward T Thuaward
r
award awln in the tb rae uf the two other otr roads roadsIn roadIn
In this I h group the th Lake Ikl Shorts HoM and a Mich Michtgati 1lcb 1lcbila Michgin
gin ila Southern 8uthm Ilp rn and ad the tho Michigan Mihll Central Centralwas Cntr Centralwas
was received on Monday Iod The T three threemad tb tbnlfl tbrmrnadeapctad
mad nlfl rnadeapctad affected Y by yenterday eiSterdaadndtOfl decision dlo are arethe ar aretime I
the I l Dig Jll Four ur the I Iake 1nf En Ee and a Western Westernuid Wrrn Wrrna westernand
I and a tin b Chicago hic Indiana Inan and a Southern SouthernIVfsidents liouthernPresident tbm tbmldent
President ldent a 1 n > of the th trainmen trnmen and andQamtaon a andJUTtaOn
Qamtaon at of the th conductor tOnductra last I evening eveninggav evlncPy eveninggave
gave Py out ot these th detail dtl of the last la decision decisionPsiseortr dlon dlonranr decisionPassenger
Passenger service Hnlr effective 1I January JaurT I III Ileit
111 leit II conductor old or U t per r hundred blnrl mile mi
I haigtgmn > aisc amea ron with lh express el l extra IttJ pr prlundrtd pr prhundr prhundted
lundrtd hundr mattes lol bifcsfemen bImea without n nIr cxPr i ipr
pr Ir M lila IU iwr Ilr hundred hllr uille uII brsfcro hrbm bratrnenalto o oI aUO
alto I UO la per r hundred hlad1 mile mlfa The old rites I ol olbe of ofth ofS
S th tbconduictorawr2opr be conductor lDdlllOra wers re t y > per r hundred huadre mil milsoil mil mites mitesand
soil nd up to January JllouaT I when b1 the B I i O OS Oe 0wag
wag S e scale Ile goe lO Inln effect lKI they win 1 M Mp 1 ii iip141
p pai p141 kl hu Ut Jo i sr ar r hundred hlDdr miles mi and ad IhsvagM IhsvagMof the vaiN vaiNof cagesof
of Ibe lb bscficernen blUlmtn and Dd brakeman brael will wi b blivanred b be beadvanced
advanced dlr la proportion proportionTh prprton prprtonTbe
Th Tbe following folowlne Ir Un re ih I h wages f und uldr under r tbs tbswsni tbeawr theaward
award awr for older olbe classes rl tieln beIng 11n the II I A O Orste OI 0rates
I rates fffectlre 1f1 April nrll rl I of this yer ne
Through Trotlh freight rflrll conductors Indl to 13 11 1153 U per perundrrd pr prhundr perhunded
undrrd hundr rail 111 brakemen brtlla IJIJ pe hundred hundredmiln hundr hundredmiles
miles mlf local freight ionductor W S7 S7r 3971i 3971iper 7S 7Sr
per > r hundred bldr1 mile mi brakcmen brkrfn R70 n1 per peritindred perhundred r rhlod1
hundred hlod1 mllrs mllrsTbe mlf mlfT toil toilThe
The T Motion llnon and nd the Ib Cincinnati Hamilton Hamiltonnd lamUlon lamUlonand
and nd Dayton DSII railroad rilrd4 screed al before bCore the thertallrslor IhearbUrlofll thearbitrators
arbitrators begin bran wort or Io be b bound bnd by byilr b bhlr bytheir
their ilr award rd In the Ih ra rise of the Ih 111 Big Four Fourhe FourThe our ourTh
Th The he total number Dlmbr of the men affected 1llf by the thsward IheWlr theaward
ward In the Ih Case e > of C the h five Vsnderblt Vsnderbltod VanderbltToisda nderhI nderhIrod
Wlr
rod Toisda od wet 1 of Buffsln lulln and nd their subonllnst subonllnstosd suborilinatroads ublnle ublnlerod
rod roads osd I is a little 111 over looon looonTh 1001 1005The
Th The following fnlonr are a the average Ara rate by b bythe
th the hour blr for tlie conductor conueon and a brakemen brakemennder bremea bremeaar brakemenunder
under ar the th award awan of yesterday yelen Day O con conuctors conducor condoctor
ducor doctor uctors X S cent nl an hour bour night tltht condor oonducors odut condortore
tOI tore ors M t cents Cntl an a hour hour day dy brakemen brlrn U
cent nt on hour hour night lilbt brakemen 37 cent centan cnta cntaa centsan
an hour hourPresident hourPresidents
a President Idlnta bourIdlnta I Ib Lee e and nd Oarretson Oatln mad m the theallowing thl thefollowing
allowing rolowln joint joit statement after ater giving Ynlt out outdetail outtbe outthe
yesterday esterdayWe the Ntnr Ntnrhn > detail detl of tb t the award r they Ilt received receivedesterday Iln receivedyesterday
We have cleaned Ifnt up the Ih situation si I far farIbe fa fara
I a the Ib main Eastern tltn railroad rirod are aa con conlernrd rn rnnr conteruid
lernrd nr most of 0 the tb smaller mllt roads rod agreeing scrtfinato IHnl IHnlIn
to lh theseItiemntain HIImflln rlll mentin the tb ra casesof eof oC the road roadthy rd rdth roadsthey
thy th ire allied allt with wlh exrept urf1 In the ea ciscs r N of ofthe oCIh ofthe
the Ih Central Inl Railroad Urd of r New ew Jtnev Jr the thePhllsdHpbla tb tblildphi thePhiladelphia
Philadelphia lildphi and lo Heading Hdlnl and n the Erie KrleIn Hl HlIn ErieIn
In the hI c U ties > of Erie 1 w are ae csnvsislng the thevole th thole theTote
vole of the th trainmen and nj conductor on onIb onIb onthe
roull
Ib the ourmtlon rltlD of s strike Irik The Th rocfrrtncr rocfrrtncrlietwra rnffncf rnnfrenclelven
lietwra the lh grievance luln1 committees mmll of Ib Ibtrslnratn the IheIrlnmn thetrainmen
trainmen sad a conductor radurofll of the Reading Readingsnd Hudinl
and nd Iheofflrlal IhGmcllofb1 of tbslrosd that rot road have henot not started startedyet started1s lart
yet JI 1s and nd lb the grievance committee rmmlU of the themen themf themenontbeCentnal
men mf menontbeCentnal on Ibe Ib Central ntra Railroad llrod of New Jersey Jrrysad Jf Jerseyand
sad ad Its U ofBcltl oltll sr arc DOW B In progress 11t We WeT Webv Wfbu e ehave
bv m made de better blt beadAar than lhn w we n nj uptr espeeled
T
j peeled ptr and n are r well 1 boy pleased I that t so o many manyMillrtnrol mI nisnrettlsmits
Millrtnrol lllrole have been mad no 1 far fa without withoutlrlllf withouta itbou itbouft
a lrlllf strikeEunIi lrlllfEMRKS1 ft ftEtlmU
EMRKS1 It ItT ITK fOYfKRCVrr fOYfKRCVrrttrtl IWrnECE
ttrtl 1 Hlrp IIp t hi n 4ppr 4fal l t Ie Interttale Csm Csmneree Csmmeres am ammrl
neree mrl mmlMlsn mmIMlanT mmlulsnThe
1 The T executive IfUlh committee mmitH created mate by bythe
I th the express npl rate ral conference mnCfrenc of May It Itmet I Iimet
met yesterday elrlr morning momlnl at the room rml of ofIh oCIh ofthe
Ih the Merchants 1IIrhnl Association AMlalon of New ew York Yorkto
I to consider tbe plan Ian of proceeding p jlnp before beforeHie beConoII beforeIii
Hie II Iii tnttratale 101ftI Commerce t omm ommerce Commission CommiNon It Itwas ItI
I was w agreed ltf to send lnd out Olt invitation IDYlaloD to tocommercial tocotniverclal
commercial lmlm1 organisation Oranlulon throughout tbe tbecountry tbetountl thecountry
I country tountl inviting Inlla their IhaollrAton IhaollrAtonul cooperation KMIperationA
A atilcurnmitlee ul > > cummitle mmll was created cale with withinstructions wlb wlbilnllon withintrtwtiuna
instructions ilnllon toengage counsel rull and a experts expertsfor
j for the Ih hearing harnc before ICo the Ih commission commissionThe ellrta ellrtaj
1 The committee romlil adopted aop1 the Ih name The TheKxpr Th Thlpf ThExpress
Kxpr Express lpf Halt ltl Conference lonlnon1 of Associated AI
I Itnmral I Commercial Organizations of the United Unl1 UnitedS
JHIste JHIsteD S 111 States
p 111J D J I 0 Ive I of the Ih Boston 111n Chamber Cambr of ofCommerce 01ommf ofCommerce
Commerce ommf presided lrM1 Five e of the seven sevencomposing fn
composing I plnr the committee rmmlU were WI present presentthe lfl lrsfltthotherabsing
the thotherabsing other oth being ni S n 1 Kreegerof Krr or the New NewOrleans SewOrllM ew ewOrieaaus
Orleans OrllM Chamber 1abr of Commerce tommf ommerci H 8 8Keslhofr MKPlhorr HKeaihofr
Keslhofr KPlhorr of the th Merchants and nd Manu Monufacturer u
facturer CAtlnon Association AIallon of Italtimore IIUlmo C W WSummerrleld Wlnmrlld WStitnmerttelcl
Summerrleld lnmrlld of Ih the similarly imi4Ilt titled aa U sun sunelation o ofetation
fetation Irtlo elation of Philadelphia Pluladphll and fld F C 1 I De DeBeranl 0 DsItcrani
Beranl statistIcIan > 11lln of hi Ih Merchants MerchantsAisocistlon MerchantsAssociation IercbntaAIlon
lIrad Association Aisocistlonl AIlon
l nr > err linn lan TtirMigli TlrDltr I lira leas nirreltTir nirrel ItrprsITICA lrfIlttl
tTir lttl X V May 11 t A fine ln buck deer deerevidently drIldDtl deerevidently
evidently driven trin many mn mile r lM from Ita Itahaunts It it ithaunts
haunts in the th Adirondack Adirondlk hy h dogs sped spedacme spedacross pl plac
acme ac this thll city < today 10 and nd hid itself in intheden Intb inthedense
theden tb d woxl W wnncjain tr In llovro l Conkllng Coklna Park Parkon Pr
on the southern Ithlm outskirts of the town townNot townot townNot
Not ot a hand wa raited nl to star y the tl progree progreeof prol progrof
of the animal olml a as It i bounded > ac across ac high highways hllb hllbwa highways ¬
ways wa and lawn and sought shelter hllr in the thepark Ib Ibpul thepark
park pul It ha h Ix keen n ttuiny lany year since Ine a adeer alr aileer
deer lr fnked rriI about allut th the nly Iy a streets ktreetCommon streetsoeco
I IUp
Common Commonbeconie
beconie oeco eag a g gtreat uine uinetreat j I
treat when whenwith hen rved rvedwith
with withHeinz Heinz HeinzTomfeto HeinzTo
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1887 Brill Brl Clothes ClotheRend Ready to Wear cnr 1910 1910The 191 191The 1910The
The BRILL TWENTY TWENTYMens TWENTYMen TWENTYMens
Mens a Suits Suit at 20 20We 20W 20We
We W e call cnl them the BRILL BRIL TWENTY TWENTYto TYENY TYENYto
to emphasize the striking strikng difference difernce between betweenour bhttn bhttnour
our 20 standard stnndnr and that of the average averageclothier Bege Begecothier averageclothier
clothier cothier This difference difernce is substantial substatal It Itwas I Itwas
was as deliberately delbrtelr planned We want the thepatronage tbeI thepatronage
I patronage of men who limit lmit their suit sut or orovercoat orOCont orovercoat
overcoat OCont expenditure to 20 And to win winit vinit
it we took special spcnl pains in the proper propr pro production producton production ¬
duction ducton and close cose pricing prcng of our i320 20 gar garmcnts gar garinents
mcnts in an exceptionally large Inre and attrac attractive ntr attractive ¬
tive assortment lorment of fabrics fnbrcs and colorings colorngs of ofgood ofgood ofgood
good quality quaJr well vel styled and well wel tailored tailoredThe tnihrd tnihrdThe tailoredThe
The uPerect Perfect Shirt 150 150Negligee 150StlJte 150Negligee
Negligee StlJte plain pli and pleated pleted1 coat ct model moel cnffi cnffiattached c cdattached
attached tuche Custom Cutom nude mde of 20 better bter madras mdr than thinU thanI
U I usual in n any shirt hlr under e2 e2I 2 2U 2za
za Civc CivcCWTUIEP
U CIOTUICM V 4 CONVENIENT STOK3 STOK3Harlem T0I3I
I I Harlem Halem Store Sior Open Eveningi EveningiN EYnlnr
I 27 27 > N BROADWAY B ROADW A V nr Chambers Cambt St latTH 5TH STREET STREE cor co eo id Av An Are
II I I UNIONSQUARE UNION SQUARE UARE u t4th 41151 hSu St nrBwiy er flway 47CORTUNDTST 47CORTLNDTSTnrGmwh 7 nrCfmwieh
New N w OEIrer Olr of 0 CTsmeniClub WomfICab Federation FederationClNCLVXxn FederatIonCuctxxAn
ClNCLVXxn CMCAn Mar y H nTe 17The The election eleio nf nfJi orthe ofthe
the Ji tenth tth biennial bal roeotin ttnl meeting of the General Gsnralfederation GeneralFederation rall
FerUo federation of Women Woln Gun CuM took tk place placehi pl laos laosthis
this hi afternoon a1Imonn The Te counting ol continued continueduntil onlnllto1 onlnllto1unUI onnununituntil I
until late lal tonight tnaht but the IndioaUons IndioaUonsam IndlmtJol
am 1 that tt lli these are elected electedJlrs 111
Jlrs 311 31 Philip Phl N Moore 101 of Ht Rt Louis Lul prea1 prea1dent pf pies piesldent I
dent Idtnt Mrs 11 J K t COWM Cwl of Lot L Angeles AngelneIrst Anll AnllOrt Angelesflrst I
Irst Ort ripepresident Ycprdnt Mrs lf J B I Sherman Shermanof Rr I
of Chicago second
Ccal JcI 1oeprenident 1cldnt Mrs Mrsi 11 i i
n I W V Dawson Dw Newark N J recording recordingsecntanr recordingIea
secntanr 11ar Iea ttary Mrs lr Frank Frk ewar N Shlek rorina Wheat Wheatand Wheatland hNt hNtlnd
and Vroq secretary
corresponding
lnd lr
auditor Mrs lf L L L 1 L Ii Frankenburtf Philadelphia llladelpbi Philadelphiaauditor I I Iauditor
I Mn n tbtnceri 8nla Will nilLThe WI WillThe
The Te will wi of Mary I E E Banker er who wh died diedrecently de diedI
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Montague lonlll terrace tf Brooklyn Bokl wa M We f41 fiII fiIIyesterday I Iyesterday
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Enamel Bedsteads
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Brass Bedsteads Bedsteadss
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1850 2750 3500 350 4250 4250Reduced 450Rducd 4250Reduced
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Sideboards SideboardsGolden Side oards oardsGom
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3000 300 4250 6oco 7500 7500Reduced 7500Reduced 50
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475 ° 55 550 5500 ° o 5oco 8500 8500Reduced 850 8ooReduced
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SCO Go 6000 00 7000 8500 911000 911000Solid 100 100Solid 11000Solid
Solid Mahogany
6500 650 7250 8500 850950 9500 9500Reduced 9500Reduced
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sisting sistng of matched sets set and odd pieces piecesBroadway piecesBrodwy piecesBroadway
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