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11 THE TH SUN TT MONDAY MAY rAV 28 1I 1910
between bttw n Fort Lee T and an Plenaont for some something tomtblDl iccotbIxg ¬
thing like WOOOOO 5lnM ooo Puhlio PLhUzd Mtntlment Mtntlmenthelped nth t tz
helped z = d then the get et t s bill through threu th tM t Lsk Lsklature Lz1mIsturn iII iIIlature
lature in plte of tha opposition or Odell OdellSenators du dutoatora dilietors
Senators and the th frl friends nds in thn th Legis Legislature Ltorilature Li1ture ¬
lature of the tb tiap tl all rock uValor dtal Rut Rutwhen 8mwbtln Hutimn
when imn they went to buy up thn th quarne quarnethey lluarrltbry 1urr 1urrtbey
they were WI asked to pay ridiculous price priceThe prlcTbA priceTb
The Tb quarrymen wanted at Hrt JlOfnOmiO JlOfnOmiOfor IIOUOIfor IOtOJfor
for their holdings hoklin Ibry car ein un down w bit tutby bitb7 bitby
by bit until Anally the tb < oommlwton was wasable wuable waithl
able to buy the tb holdings bohuin for IIJSOW 1t3l The Thes1ou
110000 appropriated by the State 8 to and a aSift alt apitt
Sift lt of lirsiw by J I1 Morgan made up upthe upthe upthe
the amount amountAll xnnuntAU
All blasting along lnn the tb Palisade PatJ N slopped sloppedon toppdChrtMmu
on Christmas eve m loon New ew York ork ap appropriated atpropria CNpropritd > ¬
propriated propria l 14CO 00om and New Jemey Je y Woao Woaotor otnJ otnJfor roJ roJfew
few acquinng all II title along the face of oftbo ofthe ofue
the Palisades Pali and in September S pttm Ix > r IBOV IBOVthe I iuthe IIOVthe
the joint commission wa able to report reportthat reportthat port portthat
that the Palisades from Fort on Lra to PIer Picrmont PIermont Ptermoct
mont a distano of fourteen fourt o miles mllflllOO mllflllOO1oDed mu bo bolonged be1oged
longed to the people forever Its a athin athin athin
thin strip jut Jl t wide enough to protect protectth
th the fare of the Palisade but when the thecommission tbecommiHIon thecoinmiseton
commission undertook a survey of the tharock thllreck therock
rock nbbon they were surprised to find findthat ftndthAt flndtbit
that in placeof t the Palisades presenting presentingperpendicular plWltntlnltptrpeDdicul4r preenttna
a perpendicular face as most people peoplebad poptebad Il pkt pktbid
bad thought there thl were WI about M J acre acreof AC11IIof acnsof
of land suitable w hl for park purposes at the thefoot theloot thefoci
foot of 1M th cliffs oi and that there the worn about abouta
a down do u place at the tb foot which lent lentthemselves IonttheItIIIlne lentthznielees
themselves very easily as a landing places placesfrom plACftlIrom pla plafrom
from which the SOO acree could Iw reached reachedrcRMiTs nischedna3ilT CW CWRIUIITI
rcRMiTs ron raLuuDu CAUlS cauniThat CAUlSThat CAZ1SThat
That gave the commissioners a new newMe DewIde newI4eL
Me I4eL The rocky eminence and the thenooded th thwooded thewooded
wooded ground at their base seemed mod such sucha euchaftne
a aftne fine ne place for little journey into the thewtlderoeca thewildeMlfM thewIldmra
wtlderoeca and for camping purposes purposesthat pu puthat purpoethat
that they began to let people know what whatthey whattber
they were missing by not spending a afew aI
few I day da in the region getting a ta tate te of ofoutdoor otoutdoor
outdoor life The Palisade were rarely
riaited 1 ited and were practically unknown unknownexcept untnownelcept I Ielellp
except from a distance ten years an ago agowhen altOwben agowhen
when tho commission took up its work workBut workBut workBut
But alter the blasting bwtla ceased and the thecliff thedlII thecflffs
cliff were made somewhat accessible accessiblepeople acceiiiblepeople OOt > NIble NIblepeople
people from New ew York and New ew Jerey Jereey1gn
began to enjoy the beautiful b > autltut now park parkIn
I In the summer of 1004 1 the commission commissionissued eommtMionlutied I Iblued t
issued twentyfive permit for people to tocamp toeamp tomp
camp mp on the Palisades The camping campingparties oampioCpanJN campingpaxtk
parties were made up usually of folk folkof folkaof
of amall mean who wonted to live out outdoor outdoora outdoors ¬
door for a few day da in the summer summerroughing summerroughing ummerrouabloclt
roughing it within an hour of New ew York Yorkcity Yorkc4ty ork orkdty
city or Jersey City CityThe CItyThe CltyThe
The next year 221 permits were isrued isruedIa
In IOU SJi parties pIlrtl > e were authorized to tocamp tocamp tocamp
camp on th the Palisades Pall dN In 1808 there therewr thrert thereera
wr era rt TOO 00 permit while last year the com commission commiIIlln cornmission ¬
mission Issued ljoo permit and about aboutpeople I
6000 people were enabled to take advan advantage advantige dantage ¬
tage of the privilege privilegeThis prh1legeTbI privilegeTha
This year ar the commission expect to toiwue toIJIUII toIMU
iwue perhaps 7000 2Ol permit allowing per perhars perhar perbars
bars aono O people to camp But tho space spacela paceII
la 1 limited comparatively and the com comml oomml46lon cornmlielnn
ml ml46lon lon quickly came to another new newidea nlwId newidea
idea Id th the necessity lty for more park ground In Inconnection Inconotttlon Inconnection
connection with the th fourteen mile strip stripground stripground trlpcround
ground which would be even more mo suita suitable suitabie uilable ¬
ble than the Palluile front wilder and andmore andmon androar
more beautiful even and where there i I
would be room for tooono im people or even ecomore
more They began to look around and andto andto nd ndto
to plan how the park Irk could be e enlarged enlargedIR9 pnlargMHAIIIIJUA
> IR9 fURJtrVllVi HAIIIIJUA GREAT QIFT QIFTMrs olnIra
Mrs Harriman1 offer of SlArnonn In Incash Incaab
cash cashand and lOfro IOfeOacm acre of land In I RookYIi1 RookYIi1coti ROOkIatHIuWtty took U mi micounty
county coti ty gave canlmplltul impetus to the greater Pali Palisadeii PaliNdi1
sadeii Park > uk plan planUp pJaIiUp plantfp
Up to t 1809 the commission had 4 one on oneobject tole toleobject I IobJICt
object said Id Mr Ir Perkins to preserve preserveand pneand
and acquire the face nf the PaliMde PaliMdeThis PI1dThis
This bar hi now been accomplished The Theltffjfcave ThedteJJla
ltffjfcave < been surveyed and made more moreaccessible morea
accessible a ihle A footpath toot > lltb extending from fromFortLra rromFonlft I
FoaL to Alpine > seven miles has been beenbunt n nbunt
bunt Thepropsrty ne property baa been > tea policed and andprotected ant anttd
protected protectedIn td tdIn
mall In all ITS parcels of land were acquired acquiredincluding IcqulmJlncludlnC
including twentyone homestead or rest residences restdence 1 1dnCH ¬
dences which are re still occupied plld for a anormal aJrmlntaJ
normal JrmlntaJ rental Good landing places p 1 wen wensecured werecitred fll flltetUrtd
secured at the Fort Is J te fI dock Carpenter lnrnlrquarry s squarry I Iquarry
quarry dock de > ck Fnglewood dock Van VanWagoners Va an anI
I Wagoners dnck Latfan < k Reedi ftI > M i dock dockPrown
r Prown Pr wn t Flemings quarry d dock > ck II lluy IIIIYr
lets r landing lptae Pearoalla dock dockJordan dockJoman docIJodans
Jordan dock Rverview Orove Oro V Forest ForestYi Fa Faj
Yi j w dock and nd Twomhlvt dock all ac accee acible aCibk
cee ble to campers lfImltrand and picnickers picnickersTbe
Tbe commmkm has corn now M to U ap appreciate t tpnellte > ¬
predate the vast benefit that oani oaniaccrue Mn Mnacarull canaccue
accrue tn the th millions milllf > n of people p opl living In InI
in I such close proximity to thi absolutely absolutelyunique absolutelyunique bll hJIy
I unique piece plfl < e of territory t and an < now that thatthe Illatthe
the task or saving and aulrng the Pali Paliaades laIisades
aades lad baa been accnmrMtbed < 1 the th Iom ioearniuloneri < fti ftimias i I
mias rnlalionere loner Intend U to > devote their effort effortwith effortwith i iwith
with the permtaeion of if r their t r re IMflECtav IMflECtav8tatt8 reqectiebtatps fctive fctiveState
State and tin public to a fuller de deopment dei II IIoJtDnt
opment of the park There Th < < e should rw b a adriveway adrleway adriveway
driveway the entire length of the bae baeof t tot baceof
of Jhe le cliff from Fort ort l las e to Picrraont J >
1 1 hi hit would make the tt Irll v ark rk a aclble v it ibll > l > f front trofllaU frontsU r m mall
all points to ever everybody Ir bodv h und < 1 wxikl make AMkm n nmost
I most m t natural and nd iierfect rr < t outlet from 1f1 the thecity t thecity le lecity
city of New S ew York orll to the ifnxi rood that thatare titareIwinglaHIoutlo
i are areIwinglaHIoutlo being tn laHl lal < loutm out in IlieSiiieof New Newt YwV YwVU lrt lrti 01 01t
U t the tim when the th lVmiimHoflr lVmiimHoflrwere tOIn1RIItrm tOIn1RIItrmpre
were pre discussing d lnlf war wa and mAiM m rt for an anexteosioa srixtcaioi
i exteosioa UuUwoulU that wouldllirry curry out tb their ir ideas HtmiMr I ideasMn < koo1 koo1Ira
Mr Ira lUrrlman came forward wills ith an anoffr M1ottr anofft
offr to the Ktate through > v < Hugh Hughof IIIJlChpnt IIjgkesOf
of linntuxrt iflii in money and ier lorm aoy aoyof icrei icreiof
of forest and mountain IYJIIDI UI land 11I11 < 1 Kdward KdwardII Ir1w1Jlarrlmn
II Harriman had been n keenly knl intere nlr ntereetd ntereetdin tfd 41rtIn tfdn
In n the tb proposition pro poll I Ion in ettabliV Ikllt a great sretinterstate greatinttrstate rHtIntent
interstate Intent tark and Mr I harriman Harnroanwae
wae w no lees IM a friend of I the Ih project 1 h tn n
Mr Morgan ofTeryd Ji 16Wu Vv io Jntin D I I Iflockeleller
Rockefeller told 101 < 1 III he h wn < reedy no tl lit o id idvane i ivanr d dnl
vane nl r f 0110 > more i IlIfIlrt nntributmn > JllOflII JllOflIImad were weremadfl icqmade
mad by Henry Fhlin Mr Mrr In Niie4 1
r M beg < < e Ume Stillnun ttttk Shey I y
Miliam K 1 Underbill WHUim Itucka
teller ie iree < re I Vaker f Ier and a tt ttIr nthet tser
Mr Ir Per in Ins W5 a hlnioelf a large nh nhscriber 11tcrihr iihcrttet
scriber alrh aIthuh uh = h he h lid not mclin sstclt4e hw hwnai hMM te tenI4
nai nI4 > e In m 11 the lt hot t h by remlied y yeaey yeaeyw fwrdoi fwrdoiI H r < iiv iivaft
aft rtl inon inonxtw on
I
xtw 1 w jEMEr ovnitiovii tUFt airrTh 111FTntl tUFtThee
Th Thee ntl > e ni tiihutmnii t he II onfitmuH
footel up to 5jy U O M ii e had ti t tmated
mated I led tbkt 6 OPIC < i i i would IM t i rsesery env iv
to build r roaIvaye IMI aI way it I iriset xwt < a afl aiserve < l iie iielerve f
serve the d ornlajtotIl14rk nUiK naied d park an ant < l to If bur bl bu tracts trAIIof
o of Und fr I oonr mnrOOtl oonreeilng < tinx jt In h k kl klrMI i I efwe efwetireieqt
tireieqt PaliM Paltssciea e Park ark srl II the Ih giu 16 of
land 1M ofl 1frP1 > rirl hy Mr Harriman uini isdwe tlit
9e e hf hlJt1 el tn II RK fr from iu ntlw I oWflf5 vn 01111 rH of
Lags Ur Mtatm IAIWI in Kr Itookktl klttiH < ijiu ssiiy 111 ly m VMt NIII
to come The fb matier ma
wa warn p > irmttei t ttheu
theu t theaoverror eHrr < i error i 4 > f New S I < TM V hoi rnMntly > pI Iy I
p put it It Lefnre the Ih l ljtlM4IU + KttAimuv Np S New Jer Je Jeatti r IHV IHVat I
at 111el ei generuwly aflroII Ir Hli h vcH Vottro l ltoward 4jip oJ 0
toward 16 t1 the funi rtUl but there Ih re wa WiU a ar I oio
444n 411 ttat t UlII aproiatoi i MtotJi ou oult I Le
vf vettt > ld If I r NW er York Yorkable I1t aU allai to toioaka nl4kl rN6fHl
able ahl prorietnfl prorietnflV Jn < 14110f1
V e4i fI tks ht H 4 j Bt hnw t we Mnd new I
Offer of f H 11 hs < f 10 0 hinge nrm nrmill lot fI II 4ctMft
of Ih the Stollal IIfI the Jmrk 1111 ill illo 1 h 11I
bly pewl tto be hh Imaiiimoei4 wanllM4 o 4B and lid < t4 there > f
410 e eery wy t hli4 M 11 that the Sjeralp < or all w WfflIH l
tae favorable > action Naturalhr X atlHalty the
frieni 101 f the III park rk were werea dismpeoe < 1iMftl ifttM I
iLei I tietl failed 10 5M the iCenate I hr I Ia
a v oie 1 f i for Or u to ImgaIftM agam a A i weaaw raaa e
of th iks ntire nat ire requires wlr a twfithrd
mafriiv I v1e4 1 in Ih usia tutt iaeaand IW allft we
Sireere Mrtfrlv y hope hn that 11It they I y clii 111 J be b feu ewsi
when hen 11 < < 1 t 11 tie e h hilt M rw rtlfI rsoesi4ei rsoesi4eierNMIL onnMif Wtol WtolGfSUUL d dorvfRAL
orvfRAL rKattHM nr r iHr inrrr TAPK
The n general leaturm of
the I pUn fnr
the th re r PalNid IAI Park inMude
Mr Ir r erktr > a nhowH tI t an a 1 III nt a < J
tark rr I 1110 lbe tit hoMtk ul ot
14 ew utlb ih an < J an a0p4neion
ttlr thrWtvL t wetir I
hinprIenl
1n1 Ih Ifr i jL I I
1Ik tk Illn J n Ir
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Your greatgrandfather greatgrandfatheryour
your grandfather your yourfather yourj yourfather
j father yourself and your yourson yourSOD yourhave
son have probably worn wornthe wornHATS wornKNOXIIATS
KNOXIIATS KNOXIIATSaw HATS HATSI
I
aw awthe
I the standard since 1838 1838KNOX 1838I 1838KNOX 1838KNOX
I
KNOX STRAWS for 1910 are faultless in inconstruction inI inconstruction
I construction and correct in every detail
Harriman gave g lies 1 Prrr Prqned < vd Yftl dtivewaya dtivewayahave i
have already 1 been > een ff surveyed uney < t from a point pointi pointnorth pointnorth
i north of Haverstraw to the thllOuthem southern part partof partof partlOt
lOt of the Irregular tract offered by Mra IralIarriman Ira lrsharriman
1 Harriman and Situ from a Iolnt oInt lnt on the river riveri riverfront 1
I i front alrave Dundvrlierg to the northern nonhmInd
I end of the th tract Between these th drives drivesback drh drivesback
back of Stony Point which the fitate fitatealready 6tatalnady 8tatealready
I
already maintains aa a park la a section sectionof Petlooot
of rugged land which the oomrnlsaion oomrnlsaionwanta oornmiuionwants
I wants toadd to Pahsadea rUaa < 1N Park This Thisterritory ThllI Thisterritory
territory Mr I Harnamna gift and the theland the1a1 thelanil i
land connecting it with the river front frontare trontwhat frontate
I are what Mr Ir Perkins describe aa two twothirds twothlrdll twothirds
thirds the sire ize of Manhattan Island IlandAt A Ai Aglance
i glance at the th accompanying mp4nyine map should shouldgive bouldICI tou1da
I give ICI a pretty clear idea In of what the com oommission commiNion cornlniasion
I mission has In mind mindI mmiiThe
I The Th harriman gift will carry ri the park parkfrom parktrom parkfrorti
I I from a point not far from the th Hudson HudsonRiver lIu HudsonRiver < 1l1On 1l1OnRhr
River to thi Ih boundary line IIn of the Tuxedo TuxedoPark TuudoPnrk TuaedoPark
Park reservation Rllon and the th Slowom which whichaccompanlr whichcoomI4DI whichaccompanics
accompanlr the th gift will be used in part partto
to effect a connection between the tract tractand tJllctADd
and the park along th the IlucUon Tin Tintract 1l1 1l1tmrt Thetract
tract run nortbwarJ well into the new newStAt OfWSIlIt newSLim
StAt forest narration lIon of the th Highlands Highlandstoward lIIehlandslowaI highlandstoward
toward the extensivn Ntlllman lands and andloll andall andall
loll all the th wild bill country < below Cornwall CornwallThe CornwallThe
The Kne En rie Railroad would provide con convenient cnnnlllIt cnovenient ¬
venient nlllIt acces to the park at the South Southfields Southneld Southtlalda
fields station stationThe ItallouThe statlouThe
The tract which It ia I proposed pro o pur purchase purchuII putcbae ¬
chase merges mlr to the th west in the Itimapo Itimaporange If mapo tmaporanle maporanee
range of hill There i is a region ttion of forty fortysquare fortyre fortysquare
square re mile or so where there is not a asingle ainltl asingle
single inltl travelled road It is I Inhabited Inhahl by bya
a shy and little known race who are aredescended aredNCtndll1 aretlcacended
descended from the Indians and fugitive fugitiveslaves ruelll ruelllta fugitiveslaves
slaves ta who escaped to the wooda before beforethe beforethe to tothe
the Revolution RevolutionAll
All 11 of the park extension Mr 1 Harri Harrimans Harriman HarrImans
mans gift and the land the commission commissionplana commllonplant commissionplans
plant to purchase < l is unspoiled woods woodsand woodand woodsand
and lake Mr Ir Hammana estate which whichconstated whlrhrorultPd whichconlted
constated of more 010 than 30003 acres In Inw
New w ork and some 4JOfl acre In New NewJersey ew ewJersey
Jersey wu not like the th usual country countryrUte countryfItatl countrypet4te
rUte A largo part of it wa virgin virginwildeme rirrlnWildm virginwilderness
wilderness wild rugged country heavily
forested and very ry sparsely 11 settled ulld In
dockland Hoc laod county It included the ZJnoQ ZJnoQarre 33rflere 3001Ift >
ere Ift tract which for nearly ISO years yearshas yearshas
has been n associated with the name of
Lord Stirling lIrll who founded found < i one 00 of the thefirst
first Iron mine min in tmencn II1 < riO Through i I I
Onwttf I Inia fl tha keaeLn 1
line ii l ilwn > etween New w York Ork rk and andnd ndSn New Jersey
j land a nd here i a found the > foret covered coveredmountain coveredmountain
I mountain land stretching
southward southwardrritTHEH lOuthwardrlIITHIR southwardFraruga
rritTHEH ENLAHOCUEVT POSSIBLE POSSIBLEThe roIIIILThe F05515L1The
The prospects of the parks extension estenafono
do d o not end nt with the limits of Ibi this State StateIt Statt >
It It I t is I probable the coramiMtionera think thinkthat thinkI
I that I Sew S eW Jersey may add something to toth totll
th the < park I > Irk from the III vast wild land con contiguous ¬
tiguous t to the proposed pro extension Both
I Oov C O hughes and floe Oo Fort have recom recommended rfromIIIIfIdfti recommended
mended the Ih preservation of contiguous contiguousands
ld l Unit In the two State In the region regionMvtbiHI
deawitxHi dorl d tt1 for the joint jO nt purpose of afford affordrig ¬
ing t rig a recreation ground d and 00 of conserving
the Ih t water supply Doe hugh sug suggested ua1 ua1Ih I IeSted
gested g eSted the Ih advisability of taking steps stepsto tp
to t o meet this lbi erd by Interstate action actionand actionthoolahe actionnd
and a nd thought the matter might properly Properlyie
al be l ie left to th the same oommlMlon which has haain h hIn hasn
in I n hand the park plan The Governors Governorsaarted C Governorsgreed olmora olmoralIiUtoM
greed a that the character of all the th sweep
I of o f country overrunning the th boundary
was peculiarly adapted for park > IIrk purpose purposeami pwposetHi
ami a at tHi that condition weired lI1ed npe for its Itataking It Ittaklrll itsaking
taking t Or OrThirln overThirteen < > er erThirteen
Thirteen mile or the larger part of the t
PaliMile park a as it now no i ill lie 11111 Iii in New S Newersey
I Jerwy J ersey It Its ettenelon iten nkn km northward oorth1 < a1 and andw II1dtard andwistwarrl
w inward Into Int the th hinterland will IM I all in
I NMW S York ork In the th Iheopinlon opinion of Mr Ir Perkins Perkinswho J Perkinseho >
who hI ha has traelled over nearly all 11 the theground Ih Ihrotan ibground
ground rotan < 1 nv mt t people would 011 It Iw I a Alonlh1 Alonlh1AI tnni hed hedat
at the wtldneMi Ikln of the land I4n < I within the theitenelon Ih IhII11I110n theiRtftiOfl
itenelon and the remarkable beauty besot
of o f it Its scenery KOftflor Here II and there the Ih park parkwould parkwould par parwould
would have to IA swing Inc hack from the th river rivflrIin rivern
Iin In i n plaee between Pierrnont and a 11 NW o oi
i > burgh hut It that would nit Impair it its itAny
beauty ny or interfere tnlrf with nh the th protection protectionof
of o f the III river rlv front One of lhen tb plan planl 114 114ImmtodHiIly
l ii immediately north of the tll present Pall PaliNM Pallw1lark Pallailes
NM w1lark ailes Park between Piermont arid Nyack Nyackwhere
here them is i a etretoh of three tIN mile raiteiorrniiTtNiTiiM milesorrosTrzTI
orrniiTtNiTiiM ton rmiir rrrsttcSome rr rrSome rtlMIIM
Some o ttl the t npportunIHe Jp < f11111t14 that the thegreater III IIIIUk thagreater
greater park will lIIlt1y give to I 14 percoiM fMfN In untreh rth i iof Ior
of o f health or pJe ptMlr iira or who M are fond i
r I
I of unspoiled u iled natural beauties were de doBcribed decrlbed described
scribed by Mr Ir Perkins yesterday ten1ay The
foot of the Palisade and to a leea 1 Is extent extentth IIStentthll extantthe
th the cliffs between Hook Mountain and
Haverstraw are visited at present almost almostexclusively almoetesrlulliely almostexclusively
exclusively by campers or those who whoRO wboGO whogo
GO for a days day ramble along the shores MOrelIJ shoreHetween
Between IJ twtlln Piermonl l > and Nyack there baa baagrown batIOW ha hagrown
grown 11 up a colony of summer house houseunlike hOUMaunlike I Iunlike
unlike anything else lilt along th the Hudson
Houseboat and boathouse and bunga
Iowa low whose veranda reach to the water waterare waterare watera
are a along the thllabore shore while soil and power powerI
I boats make the water lively
I I South iuth Mountain la I a beauty be uly spot POt that thatwould
I would be included In the new n park It is isaa I II iiI
I aa wild aa any lover 10 of wild nature could
I Idre deir On the mountainside are the theremains
remains main of a road which Boss Tweed Tweedplanned Tweoedplannfd Tweedplanned I
planned and built Ha If conceived the Ibllld1 Ibllld1ot idea ideaof idesof
of a mountain mntan residence IdNC park pk and the road roadwas roadwas
was a feature of his h plan Its It grade gradela r
la I practically practicly level and It seems m th th the logical logicalroute loEc logicalroute
route for the proposed boulevard beard along alongi
i the Hudson Juwn shore shoreFurther shoreFurther horeFurther prpol a0ac a0acI
Further up the te mountainside mountlnNde U an old oldtower oldtow oldtower
tower tow of logs 11 It lea stairway 1tIy fallen fl n to t ruins dO
It command cmmds a view ri w unsurpassed for fori
i beauty but by few points Ilnta in the IlOlf entire nt region slon 1 I
All 1 Tappan Tapo Zee Z lie 1N lies below to the Ihllt east and I I
Irar j I far across at Westcbester WHttealtr county ore a seen 0 0t I Ithe I I I
> the t thewateroftiieg water wtr of Long Le Island lln IalndSound Sound Mund Rock Rk
land i county ount stretches westward wtan and to tothe t tothe
the norThwest rise the Highlands lehland and
rwHt
Kamano Rmp hill hil an I
High Htb Torn and Little Utle Torn are ar well I
known places pleN to river rnr traveller They Te Th r
loom lm from a ridge rdlP that tt ia I scarred and andseamed ani soc I Iseamed
seamed Imfd by quarries beginning r with the theshameful theemtul 5 Sshameful
qur 1t
shameful emtul defacement dfacmnt of Hook 10k Mountain Mountainto Iountln Iountlnto
to save ve 1 which hlch Mr Ir Perkins lrkln and the com commlMion comtilo cornmission
mission tilo conducted oonductt an energetic tr to nampign nampignagainst rm lln llna Ia I
against a lnt the traprock tprk dejler d8 and folk folkwho Iwho I
who ho were re interested I tlrN in selling lnc the State Statemillion 1t11 Stattmillions >
million mlio of o dollar dollra worth of rock rk rkThllltre
The Thllltre entire range re of hill hUI from Piermont Piermontto 1root 1rootto I
to lUverstraw llrtrw is I the natural ntural path which whichthe i
the extended stnde Palisades Pllea Park would woul Jt wic take Ih
It carries the park rk past t all the settled settledregions l I
regions of river bank without once 00 taking Lklog
it Eon out of the t r wild wil country No u feature fNtuf of ofthe ofthe ci F rthe
the park rk plan la considered cnldr more m Im Important 1mprt important ¬
portant prt than t the saving inl of lt the I Hudson 1 uon
River scenery and the extenrion ntnio of a a i
boulevard hlerd through thruh r that tt region elnn The TheIStl I Ibtate I
IStl But has h planned plnnt and ad partly prtl completed omptr I Isplendid
la spk splendid > ndid road along alonl the western trn river r r
bank bok It la r finished fi aa far north a as High UCh ¬
land bd lake rounding rouodln DunderberZ Derlz and andpassing d dJLg IpassIng I
passing JLg Ions lo Island libd libdrar
80 far aa I the th preservation ton of the High lh
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lands la I concerned concrn the persons who wo have haveoffered haeolr havioffered
offered olr to contribute rontbute t25flOno Iln n for the thegreater tettr thigreater
greater ttr park rk with wit the exception PICptoO of Mrs Mrstlarriman Mrsp Ira Iral1arriln
Harriman l1arriln whose wfo nO gift does d do not 00 affect the th thrr thiriver p
river shore Mor have ha specified that aec the SUte SUteshall ShteaU Stitishall >
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shall aU discontinue dltnue work on the new Stite Stiteprison Stltepro r rprison >
prison pro at Highland Lake lke and Bear Ir Moon Iou ¬ 1
tain tl tam and put the prison where in I th I >
judgment jolmtnt of the park Irk pr commissioners It Itwill ii iiwili
will wU not interfere Intr1 with the park parkverr prk prkT parkwest a
west T rotxT rt T ICLUr C XEBT rnoTrcrrn rnoTrcrrnThe rMTrC raorrcrvrThe
The Tllval removal oNhe olh prison would add ad adac 300 300acres 5i 5iacres >
acres ac to t the thl park land and nm r ri feet of ofwater oralr ol r r
water fronta rrtap frontage ge The prison prln t tract tra touches touchesthe JOhN JOhNIbe louchetthe 1 I1
the United States
UDItd reservation rlYaton at lona lon
Island 11 on 0 the south lulh and Ad on o the north nlnh the thenew thenw p pnew r
new 700 7 0 acre a tract tr which West Point Pit ac acquired 10 10ulf soquired ¬
quired ulf recently ty for Its It water AU supply
The Tll Government OYernmtt land ld already alny protects protectsthe prlP I Ithe i
the idea and Ad summit umml of the rocky Torn
hack of Fort Montgomery and the north northem
em m slope Ip nf Hear lir Mountain and the thebeautiful thl thluurJ thebeautiful
beautiful uurJ Popolopen Popolopo Clove 0 between Iltw the thetwo Ihfltwo thetwo >
two elevations so I o that tht the Ih State tte park parkmar par rl I Imay
may swing pat t In a narrow strip Iri with wih I
little It danger danct of the adjacent adj t country ever r r >
being hlnc molested molestedWest mllIfd mllIfdWHt molestedwest
West Point ha h baa always aly taken takl good ct care careof tnnt
tn
of Hi II scenery nry and the Ihf same me Is I true trul of the theresident tbflkt thereektenta u >
resident kt < t atone aln the four or five n miles I i
between Itwl the th Militarr liiIAr rademy and mi Fort rlrt rlrtonIIOmry
Montgomery onIIOmry The TIINIJlry Iherountry country from Imnder
berg htorl to Fort Fot Montgomery Motgomr has remained remainedalmost rmainftiIlml remainealmost
almost Ilml unspoiled IJpoUI Not a single inll buttes hnuestand hi I Istand
stand td along the Slate Slte road Id which blo tray travverrea tr
verse v a forest forestThe I I
The park Irk in theory thl would < 1 stop at t the thevillage thevllc ib I Ivillage
village vllc nf Highland lchLnd Fall Fal which whl tol h is i at the thegate thecalP thegate
gate of r the th Vet ret Point Ioint reservation I al ¬
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though it would wol resume fumll It Ill its course oolrl north northof I Iof
of the reservation But Went
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great park open 0 to the Ih pulifcc pul1 in itself i
with il i j a river frontal fmtc or three Ih mile I be beetden
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RESENT RESE T PALISADES PALISDES PALISADES PARK PROPOSED PROPOED PARK EXTENSIONS EXTNSIONS DISTRICT DISTUCo ANoHARRIMAW AND w HARRIMA HARRIMA 0 0
area a of IH 2 2go aer ac acre U 1 S pr pt cent ot of r which whih whichundjr ia iaund IIundr
und undr undjr > r forest tort Thh Tl park Pr boulevard bulvr would wouldcontinue wouldltm wouldeonttnoc
continue ltm aa alen = = = the tv pr fronts t of Crow Cw Cro Xesi Xesiand m mand catand
and Motto ton Ring RaI to t Cornwall ComI There Th la lasome I Ilm Issome
some lm of the ftnett ff scenery In the th world worldNorthard worMSlrthar workNorthward
Northward Slrthar to Ntwburgh Setbu er th the country cunlry I Iall Iall Ii Iiall
all settled Mtlt but the park rT would woul be a fine finedriveway loe loedrieIY fluedriveway
driveway along alog the Hudson HudaonTIUCT Hua Hudsonutualna
IXUlnl utualna or nil 1 TIUCT TIUCTTurning TUC tcrTurning
Turning mlnc to t th te Interior Intaror where the thogreat thelt thegreat
great lt Harriman lIanman tract and Id the other nhr pro propoeed proposed
posed extensions uuolona ar are the possibilities Im for forthe rorthe forthe
the I park are n a I as Mr Psrkln Prln Jhlitl pointed plolt out outunlimited outulmil outunlimited
unlimited ulmil Besides Ddea the loocu 100 Harriman Harrimanacre larmn I
acre e and the Iht 2JOOO 1 or JOono 0 that the thecommission thectm thecommission
commission desire to t acquire by ¬
ctm IO rl acull pur purchase purr putchase
chase r l the Palldadea Pldad Park Prk would woull be en n nKlt ¬
larged Klt It ta I confidently conAdentlyexpected expected hy dons donations doO donstions ¬
tions tlo of land l ofnllep from tr person I who own owngreat ow owngreat
great tt estates In that lht region Much Iuc of the thelt theian4
land lt in I th the HlghlandRamapo IlhldRmp lon country countryof rout
of late lal Tear r hat I IvMin tn mmhlnMi rmhnl In I A r few
large tracts tr In i such eb a manner rcr as to
facilitate taltte g Ita it possible transfer tnt for such suchuse Ib IbU suchuse t
use U a A as the lb commissioner comlllora pbl have In mind mid
The large p landowner ldwn are a very friendly rr ly
to the Jtr greater Palisade Paltd Park Prk Ter project proje
Some Sme of them notably Mr Ir Btlllman Stlmn and A
Mrs Ir Harriman Ilm nbl hare hf contributed ctrbul largely Iarll Iarllto
to the ttWio000 35ttJ 50 fund rd It is I predicted predictedthat prC
that tt in future fture year ara when t the plan shall al
have assumed Uu hp Mp and d form to there tre will wil
bo b further frther gifts giftaTha Iit giftsTha
Tha e cars c and aitmlnlrtnttnn alnleton nf m
great rt park such ec a aiiihliwou thi thl would Wifb 1db bo would wouldproduce Wuld Wuldprul8 wouldproduce
produce prul8 laid Mr M Ir Perkins Frk innumerable innumerableproblem Inuble Inubleproblem innumerableproblems
problem problem but thr1 t th commission omloo believe believeihat ble bletbt believesthat
that none noe o 01 them tbm would be b Insuperable Ilprble
For Instance lntl the policing lcoc of such an a ex extensive ntnNTe extenth ¬
tenth tnNTe territory territor would wOll require ruire odslde coitsiderable consider considerable ¬
able ble planning pllol Much would 1 have hf to bo bodone b
done dM in the way of protecting proteoc the park prk
from fm injury Inur by timber tlmbtorthoV timberthioves thlove or poacher poacherof pcbllra pcbllraor
of one o kind knd or another aotb However the thecommissioners th thcmlNionra thecommissioners
commissioners cmlNionra are re keenly Interested Int in inworking Inwrllnr inworking
working wrllnr out the plan pl kMnl They ne are ready reay
to give time tm and their best bt thought for forthe rorthll forthe
the good of us U n all 1 uincerely thouct hope the thoSenate the8enta
c Al unlnly bop te teSnt
Senate Snt portunity will give liv the commission ommtloo it its op op ¬
Gee 01 nronias Hrfl TTEWS TTEWSMr TP iliwsMr
I Mr Ir Perkins called c1 attention atttlol to the theviews theI theof
I I views ve of OOY Oy Hughes luGe on o the thelNt greater park porkproject parkproJe parkproject
I project proJe The Governor O1or ha bas expressed eapreesedhimself
himself hmll emphatically In various 1aou Olpr way waYIIn waysIn
In message meCI Impbator and ant from rm the th platto platform
When n the present prsnt Palisade PIMde Park I ark was waadedicated watdfctt
dedicated dfctt on September 8ptemb 2T 7 lat rear the thoGovernor thewho theGovernors
Governor Governors who joined Jolnl hand hn with Oov OovFort G 0evFort
Fort For of New ew Jersey Je In 1 officially 0Ical1 approv approving apprj ¬
lug the work said Nd in I accepting aptol the park parkfor pakror parkfor
for New e York that he hoped It was only onlya onl
a beginning hEnnlnl There The was w hp a utilitarian ulU aid ade adewlcl sidewhich
which wlcl appealed Ppll to the Governor Gvror ran aa well wellI wil wellthus
aa thus th opportunities oprtunlte for preserving prMrnl beau bau bauUtul beautiful
Itlful and ad picturesque lcturue tracts trata of country tltr
Forest Fort preservation was necessary to toprotect toprolo toprotect
laloo
protect prolo the source lOuC of industrial Indul powerTh power powerThe
The T Th river r1 ho said should aould be b per perT aa far
aa a possible free h from trm pollution polluton We w must mutIlmarnWn
11 IlmarnWn I maintain rble thi noble stream tm as a wholl wholesome whole wholer
some Bme river and not permit It to t become me a aI aI
mere mlr sewer er But Bt It I ia not dimply Ampl1 with withcommerce lh lhmmmlrce
commerce mmmlrce or with Ith Industrial power I p ° > er or orwith orwith orwith
with public health hlth that tt we are concerned concernedHealth concernedhealth
Health l1th the th development dvelomMt of ronrme Industry Industryprosperity
the prosperity that tht I II due to t variety Trely and andfacility ana anaI andfacility
facility tclty proPty of commercial rommel exchanges elchcn are ar the thocondition thllrondltona theconditions
condition rondltona of wholesome whlemll living Ivlnl But Buti Butwe
i we WI need nN still tl further futher resources rMllrl for the thai theenrichment
i enrichment enricment of our life 10 Of what wht avail availwould al alII
II would bo the material mstl benefits of gainful gainfuloccupation 1lnfl 1lnfllopton gainfuloccupations
lopton I occupation what wht would woll bo b the promise promiseI1 promi
I1 l of prosperous communities cmmunltl with wealth wealthof wflb wflbor
of prpu products pruct and freedom t fm of exchange ezehangewere
elcle elcleWlr
were Wlr it not for the opportunities to t cul cultivatn cultivate
oppunltlN c
tivatn tat the love 10 of the beautiful beautifuli Iultul
i The Th preservation prntoo of th thl the scenery anry of ofthe ofthe
the Hudson lulOn i Is the highest hltt duty with withrespect wllhI withrespect
respect to this Ibl river rr Imposed Im upon those thO thosewho
rp who are an the th trustees tlt of It I Ite ulon manifold manifoldbenefits miold mioldnlftA manifoldheneflt
benefits nlftA It is fortunate rortUnI that tht means mnl mnlhI
have hI already been taken kC to to protect ptotl this t thisescarpment
escarpment rtnt which whic Is I one 01 of Its I finest finestfeatures Int Intteatll
features teatll I hope hop this thi i is only the be beginning b betginJng
ginning Ilnnne of effort tttar which heh may my jointly Jontly be1 be1made h be bemade
made ny y these the two Commonwealth CommonwNlh toi toisafeguard to toMtCar
safeguard MtCar the thl Highland Hhlandl and water In Ini Inhleh inwhich
i which they the are both deeply delY Interested InterestedThe Intel interestedThe
The Th entlr ntrt watershed waunh which whc lie lies to the thenorth th thnorth thenorth
north should aould be conserved and ae a policy policyshould plC policyshould
should he h instituted Inl tu for such uc joint Joot control controlwoul controla
a would secure adequate
woul M a ute protection proteloaltr
Later ltr in a message le to the Legislature Legislaturerecommending Lllature Lllaturermmndlnc Legislaturerecommending
recommending that tt th the States share hr be becovered b becovered
covered covor by a bond bnd issue th the Governor Governoraid OonrnorMd Governorsaid
aid
aidWe Md
We e may maytrut trutt at an early ty day to tolre tolreI secure secureithe
the conservation of the th natural
I I cllraUoo natw beauty buty butyof beautyr
of the west Nt bank bk of the Hudson Uuo River Rnr Rnrnd
land and nd the provision protlo of a public publc park prk of ofi i
i IlnNtmbe Inestimable value vlue to the tb people pple peopleShould
Should hod the Senate Snat reconsider Ita action actionon I
re aco
Ion J on the park ptt bill bll and a poos th the measure by I II
I the required ulr twothirds twothJr p majority mjorty the 1MproJ theproject
project proJ would then thfo have haI to be b submitted submittedto ubit
to the t people ple for approval or o disapproval disapprovalThe dlppronl dlppronlT
The T authority aUlhorty for a Plro bond issue Iuut such och as lA Is Iscontemplated I Ictpmplaltd iscontemplated
contemplated by the bill bl Is I a matter matterwhere mattlrwhre matterwhere
where the people exercise final fl judgment judgmentI Judcent
I only hop ho Jpe Mid ld Mr Ir Perkins Perkin that thatthe tht thtlh thatthe
the lh people le will wil get tha opportunity oppruniy I Ibelieve Ible 1believe i
believe ble that tht at least nine nln voters votra out ot of often orlIn often
ten lIn would wOJd once on understanding uraeandng the qua quetinn qUNlon qualion
lion lon vote 01 for the park pk particularly rCllarly sinew sinewhalf sincehalt Iocehalf
half or more than th half hl of the cost Ot will wi be b beburn
borne m by private cUteri cUterio4ivort cuzr
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o4ivort UWI ran THE TiE riK tnK lULL niLLRend BLL BLLI lULLSends I
Rend I Telegram Trpcm lo t Albany blny Ptprettln PtprettlnHurprlie Ftprfll FapressingSurprise
t I Surprise qrlrll That T ti It Use I > et Pasted PastedMayor PassedMayor I
Mayor lyor Oaynor and the Palisade PaldN Park ParkCommfeskm Pak PakClmmlf ParkCommission
Commission Clmmlf n hope for the Ih favorable t orahl action actionof actionof
of t the Senate Int enstC tonight toneh on the > Harriman Harman HarmanPAIMd HarrimanPalisades i iPaUsades
Palisades PAIMd Park Pak Psrkbillwhiehth8nat bill bi whiehth th8nt Senate failed failedi
to pan p im n Thursday Thurylvt lint to the th surprise surpriseof urpneof urri 1 Iot
of everybody eryhy after atl the th Assembly mbI1 had hadpassed hdrt hadpaseesi
passed rt the bill bl unanimously The rote voteof j jof
of o Thursday ThUy was is to IS t 5 ia favor rlor of the
bill hi but thirtyfour tblyro votes vol are nece necessary ary
for Its I adoption adoptoo The commi rommlio commission lon has h the theassurance theAMUraC theassurance
assurance AMUraC that several Bnnl of the th adverse adversevote ad v vvotea
I vote of Thursday Thly will wi lie h cant CI for the themeasure Ih themeasure
ImulU measure mulU when It cornea up for recon rfron rfronlralnn reconutideratlon
1 sideratlon lralnn Ihi ihia evening eVnlncla1or
j Mayor Oaynor who sent nt a telegram telegraml tIcrm tIcrmi
l i In favor of the Ih bill bi to Albany lh forwarded forwardeda rorwar1 rorwar1a
a copy cop of his hi despatch rplch to the Ih Palisades Pshmdecommission PAIIII Palisadescommission
commission rommlNion and the th office or of the th commis commission rommiI10n ¬
stun I10n ymy yesterday Issued Iu this statement I IUor j
Mayor Gaynor C aor realizing fl that the Il fate tat I Iof j l
of the th Hamman namm Palinodes lall nj Park bill billauthorizing hi hlhIautboririn
authorizing utbori n the issue of 7iOPin tXn in fifty I
year pa bond nti which will wil come up in Ify the theSenate Ihl8nlte theMeriste >
I Senate 8nlte for recon IlldraUon reconsIderation ideratlon tomorrow tomorrownight Iomorrw UI I i inllbt
night nllbt hang hp in In the Ib balance bac ha ha has sent nt the J
following tolowlne telegram to Senator 8nalor Biyne Biynewho Bsynewho Yt I Iwho
who introduced IntrouC the measure measureDrait mlu mluDul measureDrsii
Drait Dul SrxaiOR 8r ol BATXK Th Tl The people peopleof I Ior
of this thil city read a with surprise the thl failure failureof 114 j jot a 1
url tlure
of the Ih Palisade lallM Park Pk bill bl in the Ihl Senate Senatefor sal Seristsfar
for lack lck of twothirds tWOlhlrd We W hope hof you will
bring brln it up again agn at the thl right rlct time timeWHUAM timeSILUAbI 1 wi
WHUAM J d nn lato latoJnhn rxoR
John lhn II I McCooey lcO Democratic Dmoto leader Illr ol
In I Kings is I also alt working for the th passage passageof
of the Ih measure D IU He I wa WI astonished aAlonlho fp fpot at atIh atthe
he Ih failure tlUur of the th measure to pas last
Thursday Thura and at once onC investigated pM lt the themue thecauses
I causes MU of 0 the surprising urr nC result 111 of the vote votei vol
11 i He declared dllar lat night Deht that the three th
f Democratic lmoratlo DemocratioSentorstrom Senatora Sn tora from Brooklyn Brkly would
IM I on hand hd tomorrow Inmor night nl ht to vote ot in
favor favorofthebill favorofthebillI of th the bill bl He declined d lne tocomment tocommenti tcomm t tIon
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i Ion on the fact ta that four Republican nublc Senator SenatorI 8otora 8otoraI
I from Kings opposed the Ih measure mu
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RAKER novaiiT nOlO lT TEXAS TFXU cexrnAL cexrnALAnnounce CFTn4L CFTn4LAr CEVTIf4LAnnedmcts
Announce Ar That Tt It I I II 4t et t to t He a Part Partof r
of the Frlie Frle Rrttera RrtteraAraTDf pstem pstemAratni t tAtT
AraTDf AtT Tex May ly SJR 2R n B H Baker Bakerformer Balr Balrlorr Bskrformer
former lorr president p ltnt of the Trinity Trolty and andRrazo andn andBraxos
Rrazo n Railroad Rird who ia I now In New NewYork NewYork w work
York ork telegraphed hi his
tlph hil secretary It Roy Ry
Taylor here today to4y that bo is the th pur purchaser purchaser ¬
chaser cr of the Texas Central Cent Railroad Railroadand Rilr Railroadand pr prcr
and authoriiing him to make
at authoriziC public publicth publc
th the information informationMr Intormtlol I
Mr It Baker Bker says Ia that h he bought bebt the tharoad thlll theroad
road rd on May Iayll 11 and paid for It with check checkupon ceu cheekupon
upon up Texas TeU banks banVaHe b
He Ie 11 will wl organise orlalo a syndicate yct of Texas Texaamen Tn Tnm Texasmen I
men m n to take over and operate the prop propi
opte te
er arty M 10 an n i8 IBpentnt independent 0111 enterprise n n > rise Prof It i
I
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will be
b extended esltnd from trm Waco W to a connec ¬
lion with the th Beaumont humot and Dd Great Ort I oono North orth ¬
ern em m which I to become be a part of oftbe tbo
Texas Central Ontrl p
Th plan L cn call for th building of the
tJ blln
Hue Ile lint to Beaumont oumot an o the southeast and to
tIIOUl ad
Roaewell Rwel N SI Io on O the Ut northwest It
Irthwt
is said I positively pIU1p that tht t th th the road la I a not to
become bgeemIapartoftheFjscoor o a part p of tho thl Frisco F r or the no Ml tile I t
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soon Iri Kansas KJ and Texas system t
The fact tac that Ut the purchase 11 wa was made
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on I behalf bl behalfofMr cf t Mr r BitafbyFrmak kketbyFrnk pr w Andrew m
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r ef 1 Houston Ito who wh U 1 also b attorney att Fl A for re the
HawteyYotkum laIkU line give rise to the te
rerwt nprt th that t it MM4P7 M a Hn r 1T LnUKtf irsasactieL irsasactieLt irsasactieLim r t U
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Storage of Rugs RugsDurtaf
During Dui the Summer Months li IISpecaly a aSpecialty aSpecialty
Specialty Specaly of the thtKcntCostikyan theIcnt03tiyn theXcntCostikyan
KcntCostikyan Icnt03tiyn Warehouses WarcbovsesPerfect W rcboU3eSPerfect
Perfect Iniuranca Alaalt Again Fire Burglary BurglaryMoth BullaryMotbs BtuglsryMoths
Moth and Mimic MimicOMLT Milu MiluOLY MisuseOtLT
OMLT CUT WAHEBOOHS Aaao
8 West W eat 38th Street StreetMurray StreetMuJ StreetMurray
38t
Murray Hill Hi Building BuildingTtleobra Bud
Ttleobra TIple laa 12 Marnr r Bill
BOX IOVE ZIOVEV4DE EX APE POMP Iff THE TIlt YARD YARDMade YtBD3e Y411Ditade
3e Made a Big 81 Ban B Dang bat bt No o Damage Ump UtntPCloaeInsptred ITaa ITaaDeoelnsplred U U1lap
Deoelnsplred 1lap by bJ Siriiimr SiriiimrJohn 81rfr 81rfrJoh trtlirn trtlirnJohn
John Joh C Wat Waten Watermann nnann a stenographer etenographerof tllpher tllpheror
of m Cambridge Cabrdj avenue afue Jersey City Citynotified Cty Ctynotlt Citynotified
notified notlt the Sixth precinct plc police plce In I that thatcity tbatcty thatcity
city cty yesterday yNy morning that tht h he heard he a abig ablC abig
big bane bI in bJ b his mothers back bk yard ya about aboutlit aut aboutj3
lit 1 j3 oclock 0e1k on Saturday Stuay night which whichawakened wlcb wlcbaakned
awakened aakned many may Ilrl persona > rotM living In n th thneighborhood thelehbho the theneighborhood
neighborhood elehbho He le said he searched Whed the theyard theya theyard
yard ya by b lantern lante but failed tlll to find fd the thecause tbeCI
cause CI of o the explosion esplOlo He renewed renewt the the1bunt thehunt thehunt
hunt at 7 A M yesterday and picked up upa upa upI
a tin tn can c to which whh a burned hued fuse rU had b been beenattached b beenattached
attached atted The can c bad b contain contained piece pieceof ple piecesof
of scrap Iron Ir kerosene kre oil 01 and pewter powierLieut pwre pewterLisut
Lieut Leut aal William WIUa II I Foley of police head headquarters hN headquarter ¬
quarters u formerly an electrician Iltc exam examined ela examtoed ¬
toed the fuse fU and said MI it waa W made of oftelegraph ortelcph oftelegrsjdt
lt th mall
telegraph telcph tape ta wound around aund < wax I breads Ib breadsThe
The Te Watermanna Wteanna wou could culd not help MIl the the1police thllplce thepolice
police in solving the th mystery of the home homemade homeie homemade
plce mylel
ie made infernal Itmmhne machine saying that they theyhad thy
had h received tlV DO threatening thrtenns letters letera and andwere andwe andwere
were we sure that tt they had hd no enemies enemiesA InpmlA
A trail t of burned burne grass Indicated Indct lrt that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the can had b o skidded kldd c from the direction directionof drloo drlooor
of a frame tre stable lblll adjoining aJonlnl the Water Watermanns Wale WaleI Wateryard
I manns ml yard in which Fleckensteln Ffkellteln Broa BroaCompany nr BrosCompany
Company ya sausage makers makpr bad thirtY thirtvhorses thiry thirtYhorse I
MIJ
horses The tne company had trouble truble with withIts withI withlie
hn b
I Its It employees eploy compy several Ilra months ago sad sadthe d dtbl
I the tbl union uo did d not no win Its Ia strike lrke
ALtO to DIVES l lS ITO 1TOt I WIVP WIVPPint tvrivrPins lrII lrIIr
Pint r Fear FI Mm Ir Down nO After tn Running DDI Off OffNorwood onoreG 011tewnd
Norwood oreG nrhlie DrklP In I the Dark DarkHKMPSTSAD Dak DakHDPTU DarkHrtruaD
HKMPSTSAD HDPTU L L I 1 May Iy 2 22 A touring touringcar lourincr >
car cr containing four men crashed crlht through throughthe thruh thruhthl I >
the thl Norwood or Bridge Bd on the lbO road rrt from fromthis rromthll frnrrthis I i
this pUce pia 0 to Lynnbrook Lynbrk early this thi n nI ee eenlng e
1 ning The Themen men m n wereRimuel hmu1 UchtenMeln UchtenMelni V
i a chauffeur chuttur Harry lrry Rosen ROn stein 8 X Miller Millerand Milletand 111 r rand 1
and M tIAvy t Levy vy allof alot allofNw New York city tty Rouen Rouenstein Rntln Rosenstein
stein gave his hi adres ad as II W Dleecker street streetNorwood streetNorwood
Norwood oro Bridge Bridc crosses cA a creek crk at t th thbottom thbotom thi
bottom botom of a steep 11 hill hi On 0 elth either lbr r aId ld is i ila iia I
la a swamp wp Tin automobile ulomobih which whichbrant wa was wasbrand
brand brant new nw came down tlv Ih hill I at A fa rt rtclp t tclip
clip clp The driver missed ml hn hi direction dtrlllon in inth Inth inthe I
th the dark dak and sent nt the rrurhiru off o th thbridge thbrdc thi thibrkte
bridge brdc Into onl the Ih swamp
The occupants were 11 pinned und undr r th thcar thcar
car Cr Ro nMlein Rosentein en tein worked workf hims hlmlf lf 1 free freeran r freeran
ran rn to tl the lakeview Hotfl otPI a quitter of otA ofa
a mile ml away awy and told the tl proprietor proprietorGeorge proprloror
George or Norman orlln of the th accident Alldnt Norm Sormn Sormnmll orman ormancelled in incalled I
called mll An ambulance ambulnc from the tb Dlmont DlmontHospitil nlmontIOplt11 BlmonthIoeipitil
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HospitilThs IOplt11
The three Ihr other oth m mn n were r undr th thcar Ihcr thcar
car cr for nearly an hour btIr Wh Whn n th thy y were wereremoved Wrp Wrpmofd wereremoved
removed thy were tiken Iloln to th hospiul hospiulbruited hpltdbrul hpitilhruised
bruited brul and od cut but not sriou rlou11 ly in injured 10Jud Injured ¬
jured juredThe JudTh juredThe
The car belonged bloni to II S Rosenthal Rnthal of ofK ore ofv
K e v Bleecker Blker Bleeckerstreet street It I Itwaaliadly wa Wa badly hadlymubd smashed muh d
srov I or rif PIlL In IIEIKIIK nFllm Rt1 E111 fIElD nEnMrs nEtnn
Mrs lrs n HejnolrH Rrnol Was a Granddaughter Granduchte ef efthe D ofthe I
I I the th Famous mOI Continental ollmlal Rider RldrrBosiox Rld RiderBosox r rDTI I j
Bosiox DTI May n 2 Mrs ra Jane Jan Minnt MinntRevere sIinnlRevere lnot lnotnyre
Revere nyre Reynolds lyold widow of Dr John JohnPhillips JohPltl JohnPhillips
Phillips Pltl Reynolds Ryold and ant granddnugrter granddnugrterof eraddUItter eraddUItterot
I of Paul Pal Revere RYfre died die yesterday at h hr hrI r rhome
I home hor In Marlboro Iarlbro street tr She Sh was a adaughter adaughter I II
daughter of Joseph J ph Warren Wlrn Ravens n one oneof 0 0ot oneof
I of the th younger ypr sons of Paul Rivera and andhis ad adh andhis
his h successor Ucr In business buiiaenaMr bUlD I I IIr II
Mr Ir Reynolds Ryold was tarn hor and had hadall I I I Ipassed
passed all 11 her hr life lt lit in Boston lon About one oneyear oner
r year p ar ago she a and her husband hllad who oneI has hssslnrw ha hassince I
since died dlt C celebrated olfobraled their golden Io n ndin wed wedding wedctLn ¬
ding din Her Ilr stirvivling uIlnlt children chldn are lre Dr DrEdward fr frEn 1rEdward
Edward En Reynold frold John P I Rrnold Rrnoldand nrol ltvnoldsand
and nd Paul H Reynolds R1nolll all 1 of RMton RMtoni IbstonPhilip lon lonPhilp
Philip Philp M 1 Reynolds Irold of New York ork MrGeorge Mrrrc Mr MrsCeorge
George rrc A Strong Stne of New York Mrs MrsNicholas 31 31Ichol SIrsNicholas
Nicholas Ichol P T Burke Buks of Alexandria AlenndrlaIrll V VMrs Vi ViMr
Mrs Irll Julia Jul L L Coolidge CMltl of Ombrid CAmbld Cambridge e sue4 sue4Mrs su sutire o oIn
Mrs Dr W V U L Bui Oulr Bullard lard of Bo OloU Boston ton
ISAK tH i s4i OIKtt oln UI n THE TIF toilET IfHlTFormer flr flrI toilETFornier
Former rgro Pullman PUnlln Porter Rating In InToonl I Intecot
Toonl eal Jail 1 In I Nomenllle 11mI II N J JHouKimiXS JSWllnu 1 1OMLJITIIL
HouKimiXS SWllnu OMLJITIIL N J May K 4arnes 4arnesKline Jam JamKline am amKin
Kline Kin a negro njro formerly a Pullman Pllman car carporter crporttr carporter
porter is I In the Somerset Sm t county cnty jail jailJ Jai jailtonight
tonight tonleht raving as the tl result of waiting waitmcin Itns
in terror tlfr for five n days ra for the th destruction destructionof dptrlon dptrlonor
of the world by Halley Halleys s comet rmrt cometPoliceman
Policeman Polrt Robert ROlrt Holmes wa standingon standingonMainstreet standing tadincj
on onMainstreet Main street about 3 3oclflck o otnck clock this morn momIn mnrnfog
inn In when wln Kline Klne in scant ant attire at I loomed 10i up upout upOllt upnull
out of the fog and panted pe him with wih the thei It thespeed
i speed of wind shouting oulne th tht that l be h was being beln beingpursued
j I II pursued p by hut hi motherinlaw motbrinlw and nd the thetail th thtll thetail
tail tll of Halleya UI1ya comet roml When Holmes Holmeshouted Holmolltf Holmeslihouted
a shouted olltf to the tl negro ncr the th latter ltlr stopped stoppedsuddenly stoppedsuddenly tol
suddenly and begn n to tl prar A Ut ftr r much muchpersuasion mllrhfraUllion mucltpersuasion
persuasion fraUllion Holmes < placed Ili Ir1 the negro nllr In Ini Inth Inthe
i I the th county Irly jail janKID jailKiln
j I Kline KID who ho is II known here I a as a sober soberand 11 11and soberan
and an Industrious In < 1Itriol negro and ad one on of the thepillars Ihlpi thepillars
pillars pi of the th A M I K F Zion Inn hiirrh hurh l tsgan tsganhits jan janhi
hi hits observation 11nalona of the Ih comet rmt about tihotitweek ltlt ltltj a aweek
week k after which he h
ago a went Wlt Ihlllh IhlllhI through throughthe
the t negro n1 colony here hI warning wamlnt his 11 hi colored coloredbrethren coloredhrethrn lor
brethren In prepare PI for the end Ind of the theworld tb theworld
world wol on May ly IS The Tll tardy rdy action aion of the th thu thetall
tall u of the comet In striking Irklng the earth ni had hadthe h loutthe
the th effect ftIto to keep k Kline Klill in a stat of o terror terrorand tl terrorand > rr rrad
and ad it is I set ncw believed blrM that tlt he is hopelessly hOIIly I
insane insaneKline I insaneKline e eKI
Kline KI fell r1 exhausted esbaUIPd In his I cU U tonight tonightand tonlht tonlhtand tontghtand
and when wht he recovered he gave a graphic
reonr 111 cphlc
description dlptlo of an a eternal It city et dt paved pavs with wih withgold
gold of unconsciousness which oun he had b seen t dunng J1N his h jieriod jieriodof Irio lriodof
Cormi CLOUDS ovns inn I THE TIF COMET COMETProf COMETProf OUETro
Prof ro MrllDgh flap Thick 1ta the tt Tall TU flu n Been BeenDropped Dfr DeemDropped
Dropped DroppedCHICAGO ItDp DroppedCnrcaoo
CHICAGO CHICAO May n 2 Halleya lIall comet waa waahid Wlabid wuhid
hid again Jonight tonlet by heavy h rain clouds cloudsPrecisely elua eluaPrely cloutsPrecisely
Precisely Prely what happened halpne to the Ih tail of ofthe ottb ofthee
the tb oomet has h not yet yP been b satisfactorily
settled Ul by the experts eSlrt and atlfatori1 will not be beaettled I besettled
settled tle for a considerable ooMiilrhlll time A Anum num ¬
her hr of calculations clclaton I must ml t be carefully carefull carefullgnarls
made ma before bo the astronomers can ortuly speak spa
Jk Jkwit
wit with ith certainty erlnty
An 0 IntttnL interesting conclusion ooncluon to ti which
Prof Pt Daniel Dniel McHugh relu of De D Pauw tnl tnlverslty Inl tnivarsity
varsity baa h com is I that tht since alnC the head headof 1 healof < 1 1or
of the comet col has ha ceased C e activity acivi it is isposaible ItIble I Ivoemtbt
posaible Ible voemtbt that tt a large ro part of the tall has h
been t left behind hlod In pr that tha case e It will
drift through and will 1 111 I Idllpte
throue space Ipa ad wi in I time be
dissipated dissipatedJMIV dllpte dllpten dissipatedflhlN
JMIV n OF srovgi STOF rv r taw IOr4 IOr4er opgg opgghower A AShower
Shower er malt 1m I CrMlalt rfta Falls Fl Amid AmidMUt Ai AmidMist
Mist lt ef r Ashes tstirsEaaei h hEUt H HEaau
Eaau EUt la 1 May UA shower a1oe of ofsmall ofII ofentail
small II Cltala crystals occurred orf in Es Essex Last
Thursday Tbunay afternoon auo Boxes Bu of the peb
hiss for bl examination examinationThe nalnaton nalnatonTe have hae been a sent It to the te State Stateltl geologists te ph
The shower how came late in the
Te ce up lte I after afterB ate
B ton I and a appeared ap Pd at t first trat aa a light mist mistor
or rain At the tim tm the sky Ict was mit mitor per
tll Ik
feetly tely clear 01 For several al minute mnute par ¬
tides telr of atone accompanied acmpie by b a light lightash lightash p
ash or dual dut fairly rained raine down dr but lebt lebtuh not
with ith force rore auoet sufficient in ti cause CIf damage damce
The atone are re about nrolhird
aIN olbrJ aa large largeaa Jce JceA
aa A a pea perfectly I tra traaparrnt apamit and aa water waterwhit te
whit whte pe
Comet Cemf1 Otorared br by flood floodWaaKixaiox 0 0URUIST tlesdiWzgeog
WaaKixaiox URUIST May My KTb > T enmat enmatwaa Ct Ctoh eantetwas
was obscured oh by b dwdstoulgfet etoc aada a lot lotof J letof
of o aaateta a observers who had planned
towat to wlah h far cra It from free the wl h p
t re fl 1 p patti rtl o owere of the
Ca Catol 4 were Wt d disappointed disappointedj1 p G tle
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DEATHOFAHOTEDGEOLOfilST DEATHOFAHOTEDGEOLOfilSTDR DEATH OF A HOTBDGEOLOIST HOTBDGEOLOISTDR NOTED GEOLOGIST GEOLOGISTDR
DR DR WILLIAM JlLfl rillPPS flIP lllPP3 BLAKE BLAKEWAS BLAKEIf DLAJLWAS
WAS If AS ACTIVE tTIE 4cTt AT St Stflent 81ni Sitiret
flent ni fto r ft Berkeley Dr ftl Cal clo at nun lb Other Otherur Dtlt DtltIufhon Othergureisors
Iufhon gureisors ur hors of t lInt Yale sl BclrcUae BclrcUaeHenoel ktto kttoMele1 J Jtithed
tithed Mele1 flat tau to Receive Rft Degree DpPf and andflat a andti
flat ti 81 Attacked tte There by b Pneumonia PneumoniaWilliam melOI melOIWllm PnenmoaiaWilliam
William Wllm Phipp Blake nlak the geologist geologistdied cot cotdi
died di yesterday ytry at t Berkeley 8rflel Cal Cl of pneu pneumonia pU pUmol pneumorrIs ¬
morrIs mol Dr Blake Blke horn bO was w in N Ne Nele New Newhaven w wHaven
Haven He le II was 1 at Berkeley Brkle with wlt Prof ProfOeorge Pr PrOr ProfGeorge
George Or Jarvis Jal Brush D and William Wlm Henry HenryBrewer HIr HenryBrewer
Brewer Orr of 0 the t Sheffield 8eml scieotiflo ltl school schoolof aol aolof
of Yale Ta to t receive rlTe with wt them the degree degreeof dc
of LL L D The T despatches deptt reeeiv rln received d In Inthi I inthis
this t city ct yesterday ytry by Dr Blake1 Ble son aonDr l sonDr
Dr D Joseph A Blake Blke of Slll 601 1 Madison are avonue a aI areno
nue OU indicated laaU that tt the al aged geologist glol had hadreceived h hadreceived
received rln the degree dl and 01 bad hd taken takD cold coldat cl coldat
I at tho exercise tur or immediately Imeltl1 after afterward arter afterward
ward I Pneumonia Peumo developed devlop and ad bo bodied h belied
died dl after afer but a abort aor Illness U lie Ie was W wasg waaSI
I SI 8 year yera old oldProf ol oldProf
Prof prr Blake Bk was born in 1 Now o York YorkJune Yor
I June Ju 000 1 me 188 His l father wu w a direct directdescendant dr directdescendant
descendant dfdt of William WlWm Blake of Dot Dorcheater Dor Dotcheater
cheater chtr Ma M Mass who cam cm to thIs tl country countryin ctry ctryI
in I 18 11 1630 The T e eon on was 1 graduated cuattd from fromthe tr fromthe
the th Yak ctentifio altto school Ihooll in 1U ll a memo raamJ memober mernher
J I ber of the first class c to lobe bo b graduated craduU from fromthe tr fromthe
the t newly instituted ltltuted department dep rtmnt of Yale Yalewhich Yal Yalewhich
which later became becme the Sheffield Sheleld Prof ProfBlake Pl PlBlak ProfBlake
Blake Blak andjthe andh two Sheffield 8ml meld professors who whoaccompanied whoacp whoacccgnptiried
accompanied him to California ar are the thoonly theonly
acp bl Cliforni
only surviving u1lc member membrt of o that tt class clasaAfter cl classAfter I I
I After Atr the graduation Irdullo in I 1813 18 Mr BLake BUkobecome Bbkebe BLakebecame
become be the cll geologist and Ad mineralogist mineralogistfor mieralelt mieralelttor I
for the United Unit State Stle Pacific Plto Railroad Railroadexpedition Rlld Rllduptlo Railroadexpedition
expedition uptlo and from tr 1SJ9 18 to 1800 I lt be h was waaeditor waseditor u ueitr
editor eitr of the Mining Uagotint UagotintIn JI iu iuIn
In 1M3 18 he went to Japan Jap aa geologist geologistIn plolt ploltIn
In the service Ic of the Japanese JIo Govern Government Oovm Oovmmel Governmetal ¬
metal mel The following follownl year yr he returned returnedto rtumfd
to this ta country countr and nd explored nplr the tbl Stlckeen StlckeenRiver 8tlckN StickeenRiver
River rnr Alaska Alka reporting porlnl the results lul of the ther th thelifnn
lifnn iton In n aeretrv Ia r Rw Rwn Sward rri H Us he h
came mepriPr professor jotrnineraloyand of iii mineralogy r and d geology l
I In the College of California lalromla in 1MI i1 In
11871 181 1171 he went nt to Santo Bnto Domingo Dlol aa geolo geologist alo aloI geoloI ¬
I gist < < It of the United lnltt States Commission CommissionIn Comllion
In l 1878 i he wa wa was a commissioner to th the lbeCeoteol1 theCentennial
I Centennial Ceoteol1 Exhibition ExhibitionAfter EshlbltlonAlu ExhibitionAfter
After Alu taking part in a number of ex expedltion upilonl axpedltions
pedltion he became m professor JrorPNr of geology geologyand IloR geologyand
I and pilonl director diror of the School Shol of Mine IM of th te the theUniversity
University Unlnrty of Arizona Arzo in 1194 and ho hoheld behell hrheld
held hell this chair char until unti his h death dtath after att r 100 100as I IA 1003as
as A professor emeritus em rltll He also al8 had been beenterritorial bn bnIrltorlal beenterritorial
I territorial Irltorlal geologist clojlt for Arizona Arzont for rorman1
many vearProf vear vesraBlake ra raPt
Prof Pt Blake BIk was 1 a fellow rlow of the Ceo Ceoi Q 0 0 0i
i graphical Society Sety of London Lndon a member memberof meber meberot
of the American Philosophical
thl PUOpblal Society Societyand Sel Societyand
and the thl American Amrlcn Institute of Mining lnln I
I I Engineer Eglnra He le H did a great elat deal I of writing Wtnc
I the th list It of his papers and books k itself 1lt
forming forlnl a pamphlet pmphlet Jpn of some ae proportion proportionAmong proporlona proporlonamool proportionsAmong
Among mool his 1 books bb are The Geological OloIC1
Reconnaissance Rlnnanl California Callrorna published publishedin pllbhhe
in IMS 11 Silver 8 hr Ores Or and Silver SI1 Mines MinesCeramic ihinesCnranaic ln lnCeramic
Ceramic Art and Glass Ol and The LIfe Ufaof Utot LIfeof
of Capt apt Jonathan Mix MixFor MixFor lx lxor
For or many years ye Prof Blake Blae had lived livedpart 11 livedpart
part of the year in New e Haven laon and the theother theoth theother
other oth part In inTiaceofl tlr Tucson 1 utn where ho maintained maintaineda mntalnf
a home p Ho II was prusldenl of the th Cosmo CosmoCltib COIO
Club of Tucson TucsonProf TucsonProf
I Prof Prt Blake Blall was married marlo at t South Sulh Bar BerwickMe Br Brwlckle Barwick
wickMe wick Me December < mb M IBS I to Char Chr ¬
lotte lot Haven Lord Have la11 Haycs Mr Ir Blake
died d1 Komevears some m years ago aK IVof l > t Blikelssur Blikelssurvhed B1 Blue I a sur ur 1
vhed 11 by three th sons In Francis Frcl H Blake lllk of
Utchfiold Ulcld Conn Dr D Joseph Jo h A Blue and I
T Whitney bcll Blake Ble of New York ork T Whit Whitnoy Whitracy I
racy Blake Olakl left Ir for California C410ra yesterday
to take k chage l le of his h fathers t4the body Yttry Tho Jb Jbj
funeral tuntro and ad burial bul will 1 bo b In New e b Haven HavenObituary Ht HtObltaay HavenObituary
Obituary Obltaay Notes XotnFuneral Not Notrun11 NotesTuners
Funeral services for Mrs Mr Ira Marls Iall E ECuller EDUIIr EHuller
Huller widow MI of Theron Trn Butler will 1 bs bsheld b beheld
held hj this moraine mlmlUI In th Ihe Madison Iall Menu AtenusHsplltt MenuBaptist
Baptist Church lhurh Mrs 1 Butler who ho ass assmore ss a amnl
Jmore more mnl man 1 ni n year oM 01 ti died on Friday at t I
t nrter Trent Farm I arm ni 1orl Iorllhaln Chester the Ih home homeof blnl
of 1 her Ir trsoddsuehler addulhllr Jlr 1 irs John Jlho hart wall
formerly Mrs 1 Kll tII Eltshs h lulion who lalI oat oatKisrrieif sasmirnipul
10 10marl
Kisrrieif marl la Last it month la I Ir Dr > r JIrU llsrtwell and andI I II is isnaw
now 0 in Kurope urr on her lr editing In trip tnI > tire 1
Butler had been a In feeble I health for some m
timepsMspdherdesthussnot lie tim rul apd hndflil hrdesth wasnot nl unsiperled
Her lr granddaughter and < uehr Mr 1 Henry nrr uanPII Alexander Ielnd
l IS the Ih mother lolhl nf Mt Miss 1 Eleanor Elnor Aleiander Aleianderwho iesandrwho
who ho I is to marry Theodore Thlo Roosevelt Hofll Jr Jron JrOi Jran 1
on Oi June > Mr 1 Iri llutUrs lutr third grand grandulsuahier and andtlllhr
daunhfr tlllhr I Is Mrs r J Kills IJI HnfTniin 1On 10 elan ho
lite Ih si 1 ro tieiaue eiiue Hot 1011 de d Knulocn Multat
In Parl Ial The Th 11 Thernn Hutler nail nailone e5i e5ion
one on of the lb first lr JInl titesidents ite Weni of lutr the lb HUlh 1111 111 I I I Irenti
ttenu renti RU Railroad Rairad ompanr lOIar and Ind lived I tori torimanr lot lormnr
mans > esri on Fifth ih avenue alll between
Thlmelchtb Thlrllclb and Thirtyninth Tlrtntalt lla slre streets UI i I I
This nou Itu hoUse > 4 wa w was > not nt1 abandoned Ihaoitn until 1111 l tsst i i
autumn 11111 when Mn Mr r Puller nurlr moved In I POT ort ortihe
ihe ihety > ter to le with IIh her granddaughter
Th Th The valuable 1 hl collection 0111 of f picture pllun mAul m
b p > Mr Ir HHler wa was oH ls list t winter The Thethree TheIhr Thethree <
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three Ihr iran lrrtllulh urraedulaughters < lilaiihleri > of Jlr Butter were werereared acrereared
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Christopher I C 0 Selbr Ihr who 1IIt travelled for
many rear rears U with llh the Ih Barn nunul Barnum urn Ir11 A lUiUr
abow h w rtolnir 01 a plrltualutle rlrluU and mystery 1118
box tx turn dlsd 0 on Saturday fuum night n In the Ih
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a etern In of If the Ih il tIuil hl ll war I and nd w asq n the Ih 11 flr first t
Erie rf Railroad RIIa1 conductor on the Ih Newark Stk wr 11
branch hrnh He I began an a n tnveMlgatlon o
plrltiialliuii lrtlllUAIlnd and that led II up i > hi his circus circuscareer 1 I
career He I wa was < alan II an n investor of 0 some
tin UI different thing Ihhll upon which patents Ime
were t itr Irlll1 granted ate He le w was upa a born IHm In IMI II la
Slratburg N 1 He U I
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MIDI on He I wa U known a sq 1o1 ol Selbr 8lby Selbyrsktne
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night nllhi at I hi his hmne hon horn ini Indiana Mlumar avenue avenueJ
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rlnl falling health for rr the lat two year r and Dd
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