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ATPC the measure me awaiting the theaction theadon theaction
action of the State Senate in the final finalweek nalweek na1weekofithie1onnone1omoreimpor
week weekofithie1onnone1omoreimpor weekofithie1onnone1omoreimportttothopeop1e of Ita session none la more impor important important ¬
tant tttothopeop1e to the people none more thoroughly thoroughlydescrying thoroughlyderyIng
j descrying de of tho unanimous support of ofIta otIta ofita
Ita member mem rs than that which permits permitsthe
the State to accept a pt the interstate park parkoffered parkOflred porkoff
offered off red on such generoua terms by Mrs MrsE 3mEo MraL
E H HAHRIMAX The measure has hasalready hnIalready hasI
I already had the unanimous approval of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Auemblr It came to the LejjWa LejjWature LegWnturo jtWa
ture originally bearing the emphatio emphatioIndorsement ernpht1obdorement
Indorsement of Governor HconES A Asimilar AIlmUar Ailinflar
1 similar bill has bc been n accepted by the theState thoState theState
State of New Jersey JerseyThe JertieyThe
The fact that this measure Ia lest t week weekfailed WNkfailed wkfailed
failed of paraage paFs ge in the State tatn Senate U Ua illI Iia
I a matter of surprise rather than of lilt signlflcance liltI >
I I nlflcance It appear Ap nra that it was loot lootin 1000tIn lostin
in the chaos incident to the debate over overcontroversial ocrI overcontroerelal
I controversial lMutll MUCK On it Its considera consideration roMlderatlon conekieration ¬
tion It evoked no spoken objection Of Ofthe orthe Ofthe
the thirtythroe members prevent p nt in the theSemite theSentgte
I Semite at the time eighteen favored it itfifteen Itl Itflftfl
l fifteen opposed It It to true that the theHon thet thenon
t Hon GFOBOE II COBB Republican Republicanleader n Republicanleader ubUmn ubUmnleader
leader in the Senate hu found in the thepresent thet
r present condition of State finance tlnan 8 oc occasion 0ccasion occasioa ¬
casion for questioning this bill which whichcarries WhichcarrlM whichearrice
carries a necessary n rr appropriation of ofj500ooo of25ewo I
j500ooo Such economy mT howeTer is ispatently Ispotently
patently short sighted sightedA lIh lIhmere
A mere statement of the cane nxpntfn nxpntfnthe I9Xpolfflthe CXl5the
the fallacy of any argument baned upon uponBute uponState
StAte finance To the State Mrs 31 HARTU HARTUMAN IlAaIUWoOf HAutuIAN
MAN has offered inoono acres of land on onthe onthe
1 the went bank of the Hudson and 1 1I 1cn
I 000000 00 0 for further acquisition of shore shorelands IhorelAnda shorelands
lands Another fund of 1685000 has hasb hasbien
I b Men en raised by public spirited citizens citizensThe citizensThe
1 The State of nr New ew Jersey ha appro appropriated app apppria ¬
priated prlat 1 500000 for extending the thepurchase thlJ theporchase
J purchase within It lt boundaries All Allthese Allthea I IJ
J these offers are contingent alone upon upontho uponthe
the action of the Senate of thin State StateIn SlnteIn StateIn
In this th l situation ltl1 tlon no objection no hMo hMoI ho hotOe
I tOe e suggestion lIt1g nlton save that of incidental incidentaleconomy IneirllntlI tnckIentaeconomy
t economy has been n heard On the ron rontrary rontrar
I trary trar from the rrrrM and people of the theEtate theI thestate
State and particularly of this city the theapproval timapproaI I
I approval hm been well nigh unani unanimous tlMni1 unanino ¬
mous no The project has been n recognized recognizedInstantly rlf rcoognizi4Inatantly Zf1 Zf1Inet
Instantly Inet ntly a M one of conservation an a aplan apIin I IplAn
plan to repeat on tho shores of the Hud Hudeon Ifudeon I IlIOa
eon and under the direction dln tlon < of thin State Statethe St4tcthe Statethe
the remarkable work which in the theRockies UIOI theEockic
I Rockies and along tho Pacific const hot hotretained hMretalnM hasretained
retained for the people of the whole wholenation wholeI
I nation I vast region of forest and ROIlot ROIlotmount4lnA of ofmountain ifmountains
mountain To tho millions of ritizerw ritizerwof citii rn rnof i iI iI I
of thin town for whom the Cateklll and andAdirondack andI andAdirondack
I Adirondack forest lands Innr are too remoto remototo
to be reached the n nOw w Hnmman Park Parkboa PArkbIIII Parkbaa
boa a promo not misunderstood rnlMunrlcfIItoodthe fly Itythe flythe
the people of tho whole State it is I ice reoognlzcd iceognIzcd
ognlzcd as an opportunity to acquire ncqulrnon
on the moat generous terms a region regionwhich regionwhich I
which in combined natural beaut beauty r end nrvlwealth nnrlWealth endI
I wealth of hitoneal htorimlllmlion a ortotlon U hardly hardlyturpaiwd hnnU hnnU1t1JTI hardly1urTwset
turpaiwd in th the Country CountryVhat roisntryWhat OIlOlr1at
What at th < State of f MatnArhuMts 1alIIIhI1lf > tt has hasdone hiliJ headone
J done for tho my of non and the thnmetropolitan th themetropolitan I
I metropolitan dntnrt rI lrirt in building up a aconxHlerable aconsHIcr3bie j i icoruoi
conxHlerable coruoi < llrahl but incomparably inferior inferiorpark InffnorI inferiorpark I
I park system tPfn thw State can now do for forthw forthIs i Ij
thIs ntv flt at t a frmiion flf f the Cf COIot t inrnlent lrurKlcntto I Ito
j to the MHAMIIhurftl filjin r lIn The flJlnr flJlnrtuniv oppor opportunity I
tunity tuniv w i one nn th tll huRt t rarely rl > romw mm to any anvState anyState I
I State and nwnr 1p twH IWI1 < In tho record recordof ll llI I II
I of the thl I prnt rHt nt Serwto NflI cneun noon II wwi to II I > mode modeup owlsup
up we believe le no 1 irx oncklerablp innflrrhp impor importance ¬ I Itl Itanri
I tance tl will lx I nltaiheti Rlodwo to If I iho Ih action IIltifln of ofindividual orIndiIM ofIndivdual
individual IndiIM memtH mPhl > f8 tirxm lpI a project projectwhich IrojftWhkh projcetwhich
which bai 11 hun already IrNI cmnntan NrMndllhe emtunanded < le < l the mit mitf mitepoken
I f pnken > pkl Mijiftort I11K fr t th i > tff f > of r tho thowhoJ Ih Ihwhol thwhno
whoJ whol State Ialp Hero 11 at le IP Icwi M w on onthins nnthif onthliu
thins thif in Mliwh w Ikh w f legWator IfHlnr can IR eawly eawlyor aiyor I Ior
or safely ee m mIstak tftkr tAI tho t Iiu1er fni4nr rH r will willIlrnlralnt wi wiIhIrllnl willItrSraInt
Ilrnlralnt IhIrllnl of Triile TriileA Troulf TroulfA
A wMight lfllhl on o th I 1w mtercMWR mtercMWRouuon jfllif prne prneI1on rO
ouuon mhn I1on hv h I th Ih 1ivmtHHHit fllt lr < > t certain certaingentloru lrln lrlnIpnllf eprtijgerttlemn
gentloru Ipnllf > n who wh err ru buying IHIIR cotton rlln in I Ui Uif It Itfro 114 114fffl
fro fffl f n marl mllI markt > urnl Inlllf IMVUM th Ikfr their r mon fy monpy y f ffr ffrIt ri riit ir irit
it liv h t lb i wa A m ntlitfiM rlfll m tthn the follow followins fll follwlag < l
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thai I Me Cl x < in in rwiwl rflq figures l Slur mere ii w soM here hereBatwUk bce5iIe e
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1 wI 1 loci SUIT MI iai J fau f U aJ vu M owstdwy owe4 a 1 i
1 1z Utaan tt SafS B Saeioms I JOO I a 0 0 Bitnoo B3V30lbs
tt t lbs U CownCUrt w < Caaipanraad Opr OOaNA7 iM otlwra 0 of ew ewb o 0ttIst
b b tIst l taroMn f Tba T prtc p paid p waa anrwMr a tram fl from1ft
lllj 11 1ft toUnoUUMpooad 10 I Ucioti I th p pouad TbitraUaUaqtitUaloi TbitraUaUaqtitUaloiof TluU ThrheUU qui tutW slot slotfcouoa 1
of oholt cotton ta L tb Uuw eountr tbat baa b not D b b been a aokt aoktThis a iotdThIs
This Thl cotton ctn was M stored Itlln In Florence Fore a asmall aI asnall
small I interior Intor town ton of South Suth Carolina Carolinastored Caroln Carolinastored
stored storl In the warehouses Warou of a milling millingcompany mll millingcompany
company ml held btld there te at expense cn to own owners owners ownis ¬
ers is and no 1 kept ket ko out of the market marklt in inrestraint Inmtnnt Inreotraint
restraint mtnnt of trade tr Now ow come pur purchasers purch purchasera ¬
chasers ch and the cotton cton U I released rlll Of Ofcourse orCI Ofcouroe
course CI 8CQ 1 8Uba1ee bales bN of the product U a small smallmatter sml smallmatter
matter mttr a matter mle of t 50001 O or so 8 but butto buttl butto
to tl that tat extent the th transaction trlon Amounts Amountsto aolnta aolntatl
to tl a stimulant tlmuhmt and ad not a restriction restrictionNot Itrlclon
Not nt long 101 ago o 710000 0 bales bM of cotton clon were wereextorted W Wlxtortt wereeztortcd
extorted lxtortt from tr their thtr hiding bldf place pll by bygentlemen byKMUmM bygent1emen
gentlemen KMUmM who had hd sold tlclmfhl something they theydid ttY ttYdit theydid
did dit not posse p and ad who had hd to tl meet meettheir mlt mlttheir mttheir
their engagements enamlnta for delivery dtlv That Thatwas Tat Thatwas
was 1 a transaction trion Involving Inrlvf Inrolvinga 15000000 15000000a 1500
a 1 much more Important iport matter mttlr The Theeffect Tle Tleef Theeffect
effect ef however boeTr was W to release fll cotton cottonstored ctn ctnator cottonatored
stored ator away Awy and previously prevouy withdrawn withdrawnfrom withdrawnfrom thdw thdwI
from trom commerce emef and ad In much larger largerproportions laer laerprpron
I prpron proportions exerted exee the same Me influence influenceupon InuenC Influenceupon
I upon trade tre That t is I to tar it stim stimulated st stimulatedtradeandbroke ¬
ulated uae ulatedtradeandbroke trade tre and broke bre the spell which whichup Whth Whthup
up to that tt time tie had h hindered hde the te free freemovement tr freemoTetnent
movement mnTtent of a staple Itplo which Whch enters enterssomewhat mte enteresomewhat
somewhat eha largely lely Into Int our o mercantile mercantileschemes mete meteIhmM mercantileechetuce
schemes IhmM of Ir activity activityThe aivty aivtyTe activttyThe
The Te Florence Fornce cotton cton may my ma have bn been beenbought b beenbought
bought bght by Secretary St WILSONS JUI gam gamblers p gamblers ¬
blers ble or what la I much more probable probablemay probbl
may my have bn been bn acquired ull by the te New NewYork Ne NewYork
York Yor speculators ltore his hl proteges prot s who do doliver d dlTe doUer
liver lTe the stuff Ituf rather rthlr than t settlowith settlowiththe etU settle with withthe th thte
the buyers margin At rate ratethe ratethe
te on o a mn Atany any rt
the socalled ele bulls bul who are ar acquiring acquiringcotton acui acquiringcotton
cotton cash basis not notacting notacti notacting
cttn on Oi a ch hl are surely srel
acting acti in restraint ftrlt of trade trde since le their theirenterprise tll theirenterpriiuee
enterprise Ctlrril have hAe the effect efo of opening openingwarehouses opnn openingwarthousee
warehouses extorting their secluded secludedtreasures secludedtreasuree lde
Wo ntri ter
treasures tr and a circulating cfltlg whatever whatevermoney Whtve whatevermoney
be involved in the various variousnegotiations variousnegotiations
money mone may my ID1T I te vro
negotiations negotiationsLet n ttioM ttioML
Let L it not be b Imagined ie for ft I moment momentthat moet moettht momentthat
that would have the
tht we prosecution prosecutionarrested prUonat proeecutlonarrested
arrested at It I amuses IW Ut Utrala usPoising us usPalling
Palling of the Abandoned baadlnld Farm FAm In InNew InSl toew
New Sl ew lUmpihlre lUmpihlreA UampblN
A remarkable mbbl8 exhibit fhlblt confront cnrnt us u on onpage one onpage
page e 11 I of New cw Hampshire Haphl Farms FI for forSummer torRUnt forSummer
Summer RUnt Home a handsomely hndtlr Illus Illustrated IhU lllutratelt ¬
trated trld and an typographically t phlc1 excellent excellentpublication extllt extlltpubllon excellentpublication
publication publlon for which whlh the th State Rtt Board Bonnet Bonnetgrlcu1ture ONot ONotsrirtu of ofAgriculture
Agriculture srirtu is 1 sponsor IMr We refer rter to the thepicture theplrtlre thepicture
picture of an a unpainted unpntM frame tre house housewith hoU hoUwith housewith
with pent pnt up door dor and n broken broktn windows windowsunder llllndoW llllndoWInrr windowsunder
under Inrr the shadow ho of a great at elm and andlooking Andlooklf andlooking
looking looklf out over a tumbledown stone stonefence Itlne Itlneflnr stonefence
fence flnr on a road r untravclled untrTIJt It might mightbo mght mghtb
bo b taken tAtn for the thl place pla where whlr HAW HAWTHOBVB Jt JIAWTUORE
THOBVB TnOR wrote The House JoW of the Seven Sevenflablea Sevenbibles tn tnOalt
bibles Oalt but it ha a distinction r tncoo all al it itown It iii iiiown
own A line Ue of type tr under the th picture picturetells picure picuretell picturetells
tells tell us U There nu re are I abandoned adonl farms farmsstill fa farl fminsstill
still rl This T l one on 1s in i Hopkinton Iopklnton Merri Merrimack Mciiimock IM
mack mk county countyTwenty cunty cuntyTety countyTwenty
Twenty Tety years rel ago a abandoned abone farms farmswere tar farmswere
were We a I drug dru on the market makf In New NewHampshire e ew ewHampshire
II Hampshire HIphl in the boulder buldlr country there thereseemed ther thereseemed
seemed mf to be no other ot r kind of farm fl A Atract AI Atract
I tract tr of 3no Y acres wood Wo and pasture pasturewith ptun pasturewith
with a rambling rblnl house M and AndlprnJ spring water waterj waterpiped
j I piped pip into it together with a progeny progenyof prgey prgeynf
of gray gy bam bm and ad outhouses othoU could culd be behoughtfor b beboughtfor
houghtfor ouitor two or orthr three thousand thoUd dollars dollarsIt doll
It was a melancholy reproach to tho old oldState oldStat oldStats
State Stat Sometime SmetlM a forgotten tOfUen grave graveyard jve graveyard
yard yar was found by the musing mulnl stranger strangerin Itmn r rIn
in a second nr growth jnnrh of forest tOlt The Thecensus Te TerM1 Thetensus
census rM1 taker had h lea If and less 1l to do doThe doT doThe
The T bear ba lumbered luhn through the orchards orchardsof Olhr
of decrepit df11 trees tr Then Tpn the I egUla Iila Legislature > egUlature
I ture tu In a brave attempt Atempt to tar the thedepopulation thf thedepopulation
depopulation dlpopullton of the back country cuntr Im Imposed 1 liiiposed ¬
the fount of A i iII
posed rt upon IJon lonl Agriculture Agriculturetho Mltur
tho task of promoting immigration Immfjraton by byusing b byusing I
II using ILln printers prnllr ink but tho remedy remedywas remNYI remNYInt
was not nt found until unti it occurred Ord to some somegenius mf I
genius lnhl that tht the honorable hnnomhll board bnnl wai waipromoting WII WIIpromoln wasi wasipromoting
promoting promoln the thl wrong Wronl kind of immigmi immigmitlon Immhntlon lmmignttion i
tlon and nd that thlt Instead ImlfRI of husbandmen httubnndmenon hllllbndmen
on her hlr abandoned nbdonNI farm New cw Hamp Hampshire lIap hiampshire ¬ I
shire hir wanted wnntld captains of Industry Industrystatesmen Indlllr Industryutatesmen
statesmen 18ttln lawyers IIWlf doctors rlnOf and nr liter liternry Illr1 Illr1a literLu I
nry a Lu men mfn In short hor the th right course coursewas eournewas
was w to advertise nrVlrt the attractions nlrloM of Now NowHfuii So ew ewhfantpsire I
Hfuii IflIWhll hfantpsire hire as a summer unlr pleasure pleasureground plelreKronr pleasureground
ground Kronr The abandoned farm ran had hadWn hailhIm I
Wn hIm a scarecrow IArl1 i it was WI now to I li be bea > e ea
a lure lu Wo W 0 take off ot ci our olr hat ht also to tothe tothe
the I hI son ln of New l ew Hampshire lamphlf who whl con conwved rn rnvld eoneuved I
wved vld tho fetching tllrhil idea of Old Orlomo OrlomoWlk Homo HomoDont homeVclrk
Wlk Vclrk Dont tell 111 us I that ho was WI a aoxilo afour11InJ aflourWuing
four11InJ flourWuing exile osln whose whO heart IMrt unlrav unlravelkI IntrnvcUed nlrlv nlrlvIJl1
cUed IJl1 fondly turned turtt to t Hookxett lok lt or Doe Doerawen floecawen O OIAln
rawen IAln still Itl to Too 0 one or Carroll 4rol turned turnedwith tured turedWith turnedwith
with ceaseless IIIC pain pn and draggrJ drllJ at ntenth atPitch
Pitch Ith remov a lengthening IINhlninl chain dlin Ho Hown ll liewas I
wn 11 one of the conspirators to turn tur the thntide Ih Ihtele thetide
tide tele of migration rnirntion from the city < ly to the thncountry th8runtr thecountry
country runtr and anI I sell M the hill hi posture ture to tl men menwho mlnwho menwho
who were wlr mom mor interested IntfrlIf1 in the azure aure azurerobe j jrobe I IrOM
robe of the thl mountain mOlntnin than in separators separatorsand MparRor
and Mr scanty Iat hay crops cropsV rrop cropsVe
WI Ve V NV the th iwrfect lwrl r rMllt ristilt ult In the thf sump sumptuous lump sumptuolls ¬
tuous tUOl1 publication Ilhlrnlinn already ally mentioned mentionedthe InlonlJ InlonlJth macnt loncul lonculthe
the th edition do un luxe 111 of ft abandoned farm farmadvertising ta tanhpriinl farmailvertiIng
advertising nhpriinl In th Ihprro thmim preface there thfro is I con confewion ronfeusion nnftifln
fewion ftifln in the very 111 first flt sentence Inlfr in inflrt Infart
fact flrt The 1 Sew SfW ew Hampshire Inmphlm State tat Hoard HoardI Boa
of Agriculture IIIIIUrl cliarged chAnN by h the th Ixglsla Jltlla hglslatilts
t turn urn of the thl Commonwealth ononwMlh with the duty dutyI
of promoting prmnlna immigration Imlmlon to the te farm farming far farnmi ¬
ing Ia sections IIOM of oftheState thn State Hlnlf twite IUM issuusltciewith issuusltciewiththe herewith herewiththe hPewih hPewihIho
the eighth ilhlh edition lton of it Illnnll Its annual publica publm ¬
tion tnn ilcMigneil rlllDt to further that tbn end Int and andnlled nd ndfI nodfulluMi
nlled fI New SIW Hampshire lamphirf Farms anM for Sum Summer Summrr Summcrhlomes ¬
mer mcrhlomes Home 10 It itislikelooklngthrnugh itislikelooklngthrnugha il Ilkloklrthroulh Ilkloklrthroulhn like looking through througha
a puturn p1uo gallery lall1 of stately and ad luxuri luxurious IUlur ¬
elM 0 hornet hnmI to turn tlm over tho page p 1 of this thisliook tb thisbook l lhflok
book Take Ta the Ih MacVeogh IRc h state tte at atDublin atl1hln atluhin
Dublin l1hln for instance IllanM What Wht cool ml and andwuiotis a andSJNIIIolIs
SJNIIIolIs 1tl wuiotis porticos porl what far fi smoothed smoothedlawns Ithl IthlIwM smoothedlawns
lawns IwM what Italian Itli gardens IaM what wh en entrancing e entrancing ¬
vistas of trimmed wood woodtondl woodlandi
trancing lrnfln 1 deftly dlf trr wod wodlnl
tondl lnl Between Jkwn them tho architect ahie and andgardener a andiatilsrnpe
IIW iatilsrnpe gardener IBrlrnpr have hln mode no a para parawhere pa pacl
cl 1 where wncn on was WR n senile nle farmhouse farmhotimf llhOl1 farmhouseIuartcl
Ifrl1 Iuartcl < f rted away y to mnkn mkf room m for the thoplenwiro te teplflrl thepleasure
pleasure palace III and nnr a hillside hllid hillaidegiven given up upth upt
11 t p thp th mxliKality lolllty of nature Mtur A most mosttiiviiitiftil mOt mOt1llfll mosthieuufuI
tiiviiitiftil 1llfll group of picture plclUM shown shownanother showsumithvr hol
another Dublin nlhln estate flt Including Infhldlnl Italian Italianlenniwi ItI Italian1flr114fl
lenniwi mll nml ondmit ni > t theatre IItl with wih mar marbio mrI mrIhi marbtui
bio hi Vcniiws pnl cflIlW1 urol iOI rwifld Mir Ipn ioeping at one onnanother on onIftl oneauntlu
another Iftl auntlu r through Ihrlllh th It the shrubbery sh hlhl + r and IUd dls dlsiring rli mliiYing
Ilyifl iring harms IM that tot were WIM only dreamed dreamedof drod drodf
of f on ntMiHlonml IloIHIn1 farms fnA by th thl the original originalproprietors orln originalproJIrctDre
proprietors rrOlrirlor There are nf summer Imlr homos homoshumbler ho hnmcohumbler
humbler by com comparison non In this tl collec collection ml mltn colkotion ¬
tion but bt the tll camera CIURP has la transformed transformedthem ttor
them te so that tht wo W think of each eh happy happytenant hpp happytenant
tenant tlt as I ono who Whl on o honey hO dew de bath bathfed hth htht bathfed
fed t d and aa drunk dr the milk mik of Paradise ParadiseViews Pa ParadlseeViewa
Views VMW of < t J mountain mW and a lake e are o to bs b hiJ
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I seen s from f these te usummer summer le homes hoM that thatpersuade tt ttpne thatpetiusde
I persuade YOU to believe there Is I no noscenery noscenery
pne 1 bo te
I scenery 1 in the te world like lke Now NO Hamp Hampshire Iamp hlampoldies ¬
shire Ils and If I then to could ol be b any doubt doubton
on this point pint them the U I the th Untlmony ttlmny of ofAmbassadors orAmbaador ofAmbassailors
Ambassadors Ambaador of the t great g Powers rer who whohave wh whohave
have ha sojourned Ijoue among IOg the te White lte Hil Hillscontained Hills Hillscontained
contained contalM In letters lt rs to the t editor eitr The Tboroll T Theroll
roll rol of distinguished dltlihf visitors viior owners ownersand O OA ownersand
and A toruinu tlMnt U l fully as Impressive IprTO as OK OKpictured Ut thepictured
plcun pictured estate tllttllt If not mom so 1 Wo do donot donot donot
not mention mtnton these thesothings things thg in I criticism ctc exit Icism but butIn butIn butIn
In praise pr and admiration alato of the th genius geniusthat gus gustht geniusthat
that tht ha 1 has discovered dLTr gold Cld mines ml in hill hillwhere hl hillswhere
where only boulders bder were w found before beforeand btore btoreand beforeand
and who has b transformed tfore dilapidated dilapidatedfarmhouses dipi dilapidatedfarmhouses
farmhouses tarhoW Into Ito pleasure pleu domes dOm like Ilkathat l likethat
that tt of Xanadu Xau where Wbr Mph Aph tho sacred sacredriver sc sacredriver
river rvr ran r We cheerfully co grant gt that tt in inIta I InIto
Ito it panoramas pr and delights deUta New Ne Hamp Hampshire Hap Haxopshire ¬
shire h gives dT full fl measure m to those to who whocan whoc whocan
can problem problemMart c proble probleU afford dor to t solve e the t abandoned abo farm farmproblem la finnproblem
Mart U k o ow w a rtaMr ltr toss aJxrr a sb tu bead beadAnd I bsedLad
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was 1 viks tut ut war 1 vtth 1th vtttbaut lll er wta wtaMand w wt wtThe
Mand MandThe h
The Te lines l are a from f frcrathowots tieworks tow of otMo Mow MosraOIQB MowOton
OIQB SnniLKY BB the to Rustic RUo Bard B of ofShirley o ofShirley
Shirley Slq Hill Br whoso WhO modest me homo ho ap appears a appears ¬
pears p as a 3 a foil to the great st T5St houses ho in inFarms I InFanna
Farms Fa for Bummer 6ue Homes HomesThere Ho cmos cmosThere
There Te Is I indeed I a chapter chte devoted devotedto dee
to t tillage ta for profit prft to t save sn the te face fa of ofthe otte ofthe
the te abandoned aon farm ra which h in I the te first firstanalysis ft fta firstanalysis
analysis a should eolid be a place pla where Whe sub subsistence 1b subslatence ¬
sistence aJten is I earned Me by the th sweat aNt of o the thebrow te tebroW thebrow
brow but bt the Illustrations lutrUO of golf Rl links linkslawn II linkslawn
lawn lw tennis ti canoeing olf mountain mountn climb climbing ci climbleg ¬
leg 11 and a snowshoeing to1 will w not down do In Inthis Inthl Inthis
this thl part of the book bk There Te is I also a a adisplay adply adisplay
display dply of fat potatoes potato and ad blue ribbon ribbonapples rbbn rbbnaple ribbonapples
apples aple and a a flock fnk of aristocratic atOUo sheep sheepbut ee sheepbut
but In the main m this tis is I extensive etnlv and a not notintensive notItmV8 notintensive
intensive ItmV8 farming taony farmingonly only milk ml can c bo boraised b beraised
raised r on the te rock r pastures putun What Wat we wemake 1 1mae wemake
make of this fine and creditable creditablepublication creditablepublication
lne very
mae a Te mi tle tlepublcton
publication publcton of the Board 1 of Agriculture AgricultureIs ARrlclture ARrlcltureI
Is I ii that tha the te abandoned aaoned farm fa U i passing passingand pvll
and a giving gtl place pla to t homes hoM of city tt folk folkwho tolkWho folkwho
who spend lpnd 10000000 1000 a year re in New NewHampshire Ne NewHampshire
Hampshire Baph Bapht71
fltylrs t71 In II Operetta OperettaThe Ol rta
The 11 composers cmrf who Whl have recently rty at attracted attrdi attrneted ¬
tracted trdi tho attention at4nton of the world to tl tho thonew thont thenew
new nt school Ihol of Viennese Mt operetta oJreta are not notlikely notllly notlikely
likely llly to contribute cntribulf so 1 extensively to totheir tothllr totheir
their particular plcl field flid of entertainment entertainmentin etralnment etralnmentIn
in the thenextyrmar next net year YNr and the old tune tie timeglorics timegloricsof glories gloriesof Rlorie
of the Theater TN r an der dfr Wien must b b be re revived revlvl revivid ¬
vivid vlvl by others othl1 LKHAR IouAn who has done donemore doe doemore donemore
more than tha any of his colleagues rlMgN to tomake t tomake
make mk Vienna one oe more mor the home homeof hoe hoeot
of light IRht music has b promised prll to rest restfor rt rttor restfor
for a term terms that his mUM may recover recoverfrom recoverfrom onr onrfro
from fro the te unmistakable uitkble fatigue tatll that thathas tt ttb thathas
has b marked me his hJ latest ItMt offerings olIr so 1 for fora
a year H nothing no will wl como ce from his hispen hiap hispen
pen p OSCAR O R STRAUS fTLs who founded foundeda fondf
a new ne dynasty drty of that name ne on the thoDanube theDanube theDanube
Danube with th his hi operetta oprett The Choc Chocolate Co Chocolate ¬
olate olte Soldier Sldltr now no has b his hi eyes eyesfixed eye eyesfixed
fixed fxed on the Imperial Imperl Opera Or House 10l1 in inVienna Inina inVienna
Vienna ina and ad Is l soon ln to t have hTe ready ay an anopera anopr anopera
opera opr for that institution I0tltllon unmindful uidful of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fate fat thatbefellJotlAXK that tfel befell JOlA Jotiax of the same samename se seDe samename
name De if not of the t same le family when he heattempted he1 I
attempted ftept to t conquer that ambitious ambitiousstage abltlou ainbklousstage
stage lt There Tere is i consolation Clatlon however howeverin hpr hprIn
in the fact that LEO FAUI who
ta L FAW sup supplied ep supplied ¬
plied ple beautiful bUt music mulo for Te The Dollar DollarPrincess Dla DollarPrincess
Princess PC will WI be b represented Ilte in i the next nextseasons next14O nextseasons
seasons 14O novelties novelte at Vienna Viena with wih two twooperettas to tooprla twooperettas
operettas oprla That Tt this th harvest harvft from its itsown It It Itown
own o sons 1M will wi be b Insufficient Inudent for the theViennese te teIlnne theViennese
Viennese Ilnne public pubic is J shown Ihow by the te impor importation ipr impomtatlon ¬
tation taton of GCSTAV GrRA KEBXXR KEUR from this thiscountry thi thiscountry
country olntr to compose cmp for the Theater ter an ander andir
I dir rlr Wien Wlfn while Whie IJONFI 10SFL MOXCKTOX IOSC and andIVAN a andIVAN
IVAN CARTLL CAUL have hae also a promised promb to send sendtone snd sndlone sendtone
tone of their distinctively dilltnclvClr London Lndon sped I spedincas
imens i mtM incas to contrast mntnt with the bubbling bbblig bbbligI bubblinggenius
I genius nil of the Viennese iennf spring springThe springThe pr
I The 1le secession Ilon of OSCAR IAR STRICT Sr to the themore themore themore
more exacting exclnlt stage It of the thf Imperial ImperialOpera Imprl Imprl10pI I IOpera I
10pI Opera house 10U has hl iu It consolation cMlnton In the I
happy arrival arvA of LKOXCAVALLO 1 sc AL in the tholighter to toII thelighter
II lighter hter field feld of operetta opreta It I U L with withMarbrurk Wi withtlarbruek h
Marbrurk the th Italian Ilhm composers cmr first firstventure firstventure fllt flltVlntu
venture Vlntu into the comic domain that thatIts thatdln thatits
Its direction dln tin < is il next fall fal to open ofn the th Carl CarlTheater Cal CarlTheater
Theater 1 laur which Is i also a playhouse playh01 with withhonorable Wih Wihhonorble withhonorable
honorable traditions in the tb line of
honorble tritOln lne oper operetta opr opretl operetta ¬
etta etl although alhOllh its IA record rr I ilf Is low notable notablethan notablethan
than 11 that 11t of othuhbby the shabby little litl Theater Teater an ander andlr ander
der dlr Wien WienTho Wiennlo WienThe
The state Itat of tho Viennese lnnf supply of ofcomic otcmic ofcomic
comic cmic opera opel is ilnleltlnJ interesting to New Se ew York Yorksinco Yorkline Yorksince
since line thoM thO that are a worth importa importation Imprt4 ¬
tion lnn always alwa arrive ave here hen In a way the thelibrettist thelbretilt thelibrettist
librettist lbretilt l bears > ears f a A as important Impornt a relation relationtoward relaton relatontowam relationtoward
toward this thl country cuntr as I the compmer compmerFrom mm mmm rompoeeFrom
From m it It Its earliest HrJCt days da thus th libretti libltl of ofViennese otYilnnf ofViennese
Viennese Yilnnf operetta ort have been brn their fee feeblest f fhltt feeblest ¬
blest hltt point Even the dwellers dWIUIre in the theAustrian theAI1Iran theAustrian
Austrian AI1Iran capital pltl have recognized rliz this thiswcaknnM tbi thisweakness
weakness Wonl and tried tri 1 to put some Ime of tho thoold thoold theold
old wine wie into new w bottled houl by rewriting rewritingthn writf
the old text tft or fitting fttil the th scores If to new nowbooks newboob newbooks
books Nowadays owa there theo i Is undoubted undoubtedimprovement Indoubt undoubtedImprovement
improvement in this thi phase phM of If the work workof Wor
of the th new n school hol of operettas nprlll but so 1 far fara tarM faras
a M this thi country cuntr Is In question UMton great lt suc succes sujmrese u uCf
ces Cf I Is possible plble for these thl production productiononly prucloM prucloMonl productionsonly
only onl when whe certain trnin conditions rnitOM exist that thatdo thatdo thatrio
do not seen I at n all ni essential ntll to t the th in inexperienced inIIfriln inexperienced ¬
experienced IIfriln < observer of the th subjectThese subjectThreureremore subject Ubjld1RremOr
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nected nll with wi h tho character chmmr of the libretto librettoalthough lbrto lbrtoalthouh librettoalthough
although not an ewontml fnlnl essent ml part pn of It ItNew It itNew
New S York had hn a long lof experience ezenre 8 of ofLondon otlndon ofLondon
London musical mUjka farce tAI while whl xpen the muse ml of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Danube Daub capital wan M refreshing tbn her herself he herself ¬
self rlt for her hfr latest laUt flight flltht In that time timecomedy tm timecomedy
comedy with mu music ic rarnn r4 caine to mean m to tolocal toIf tolocal
local If audience aurltnC numerous nWfl young YOII women womenin Womn
in attractvedres atraUvedr and men In the same samokind samekind o okind
kind of everyday lmy attire attl In might mlt bn bnthat 1 bethat
that for one art or for several
nnl a to vrr scenes scenesthesn In Inthr scenesthese
these thr habiliment habimn of artistic arlllo realism realismcould ri realismcould
could culr bn b exchanged fXChre for fancy dress dn but butmanagerial butmMeria butmanagerial
managerial mMeria wisdom Wlnm soon n dUroverod dwvr that thatthe lt ltt thatthe
the t productions prducon which whic showed how their theircharacters ther therIhrlf theircharacters
characters Ihrlf in the t latest lat of Paris Ia or Lon London Ln Lndon Lendon ¬
don model morIJ appealed apr most mOt strongly trfly to toI t tothe
I I the public publc of New Sl York Peasant Pet or orIlrUln orsoldiers
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guardsmen Rnl inhabitant Inhaitt of outlandish outlandishrountrim otan outlandishcountries
countries Nuntri or wearers We of o picturesque plcufuo but butunusual butirnusud
unusual 101 dremthny dmt were WI found toun to tohnvn tohnve tohave
have so 1 little ItUo Interest Intlt for Broadway Broadwayaudiences Brway BrwayaueM Broadwayaudiences
audiences that no ingenuity in plot I
aueM t Ifenutyln plo or ormelody o ormelody
melody mloy in mu muc mnualo lo could coud compensate M ann for forthe forthe
the lark lk of up to t date d metropolitan metropolitanor mUt I
or o maybe myb cosmopolitan olt garments fa and andmanner a andmanner
manner BOW I Indispensable 1e Even these thesemusical U thesemusical
musical III ifays I seem a to hare hae come C tern twaporarilr t ternly
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pJy u t 1 0
the modem moe drama da that ta they ttlo too must mut be berealistic b beretitlo
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strain atrn their teir thelrejos eyes first frt flrstto to find subjects ubje that thatare tt tta thatare
are a susceptible tiblo to this tl kind kid of 0 treatment treatmentLi LrMtm IrenttnsVtIn t tL
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folding rolla fan of modern mo m ue U It was w often otn of ofgreat otla oflest
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awared wi slowly and ad In roajinllo mMtl rhythms rhythmsTTt rbtbme
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sonar tn It became baml Intimately Itmlr associated associatedwith 1 1lh pr prtn
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origin of th the h aymbolle rmblo halo haloin halnThe haloThe
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en Aa aa much aa sword or i Illoulbh ilouvhAar > lough har to toth tnhe tothe
th the he vital hlttory blor of man or and l It lais ad ita II buck buckInto hck hckInlo hackInto
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alde ai tiring frrtlUt tnllin In association llon with ilh art artIt a artit
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the t Invention Innloa of the plnlr folding oldlnl fan ranlhoulh fanthough though th thpalmetto thpalf the thepalmetto
palmetto palf leaf give Il a I natural naurlluton imggeollon of 0 0I ofIt
It I Almost Almol everything tn lh h art n of Japan Japanta JpnI
ta I 1 a borrowing bllna from China L bins but blla m Into Ihb can canIt t eisaIt
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come ll from rrm the h nimbi wilted 11 Japanese Japanenewith lala
with lb their renlua fnlu for tho Ih light and dainty
but even n with llh them It I ha ha baa IU it poetry rIr being beingregarded blnc blncn1 belniregarded
regarded n1 with Uh IU I it radiating rlln ttlckn ldu a as a ambl amimbol
rmbol mbl of eipandlng tlnlnc life If Nor or mutt mu on onforget one onetor oneforget
forget tor th lh the Iron Irn hattie hll fan which flgur fCf In Inao
ao 1 4 many print and nd pirture of th thm heroic heroicatrugglea brlo brloIruu heroicstrugla
atrugglea Iruu o or the I Middle lddl Age A When hen the thogreat Ih IhV thetreat
great V Tilts clan wa driven to tla I la ta hit t dm dmperato d dIrl deetwists
twists Iand t nd on the Ih seaeoaat00e > eacoa < ton 1 on of the thefan thefans
Irl fan black b I with llh a red nun un for centre Onlr Onlrflt waa waafiled wa watie4
filed flt on the mavthead rf of a boat 10a In which whlhulrul a abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful ulrul woman nma reclined rtIDI aa an n arrogant arrogantchallenge anntanl ifloganiehaiknge
challenge rblnp lo In I enemys nmr archery abrr Th Thfeat T The Thefeat I
feat of the I hf warrior nlor who bo roil mle Into tb I the he wa waand seaand a and
and nd drawing drAlr hi hi hIs bow bw shot away the Ih rivet rivetwhich rh rhblh rIutwhich
which held bl the th Iron Irn Mlrka t together lolbr U I a afavorite arorltl afivorite
favorite rorltl them hf for artUu artUuSouthern an lo isti istiSeuthm
Southern ulm Europe YrP like Ik other ninny onn cll cllmale rUmal climates
male preserve primitive Jrlmlth and n popular popularforma ppula popularfnrmnaofthm
forma rom fnrmnaofthm of inn lh fan nagahapeil or circular rlrlr In Inplaited laplll Intltd
plaited plll traw > tr uch 1h aa Italian Iia la or Iortugu Iortugupeaanta loruJ lortuguesepeasinta
peaanta ux u > for fanning lnnllC charcoal rhal fire fireFeather f OresFeathers
Inla Feather Ih Ion hare ha been n uae ut uaut < t In all al resin ronntrim rvm rvmIr resintries
trim Ir Hut 111 Ih the hUlory hor of the lh fan a u we e know knowIt koW
It I th thl the folding foltlnc fan capable rpb of lr to many re reflnementa f icfnement
flnementa fn nl of crafumaiuhtp armanblp th thejoint Joint handi handiwork bndlork hnliwork ¬
work ork perhaps Irbpa of a iux tf 54OrS > n > of different dlfnl craft aar craftmen I i imen
men mn and nd carrying rrrln6 nomeUm mflm delicate dlral ma malerpiecea m mootf
lerpiecea II tf pLce of the Ih painter hniah hrohlh the history hltoryafthlacentre holor I Iotb Ioftbicentrr
afthlacentre otb nl aaw U aawismlgbteipctin mliihtexpecllnKranci mliihtexpecllnKranciIf mlblnpIln Yn YnI Yraneu Yraneuit >
If I Walteau Walt did dll not n paint fan he b ought ouh lo lohare 10ha tohave
hare ha painted plnl them m He I II may In have has done do ao aobut 1 sobut
but there th e seems m to he l no authentic ulhnll piclmen piclmenfrom rImn rImnrrm pelmsnfrom
from rrm hla hi hand I JAarr ncrer Boucher urhr Frago Fragonard EragoI EragoInardlt
nard naI nardlt It seem m Incredible Irlb that the I tool toolahould 10 toolshould I Iahould
ahould not have b eed Iu upon no 1 apt pi and con conI rn rnIrall
I Irall I genial a form ror for their Ir upn decorative dtrlr art Hut Hutthough lul lulI Rutthoogh
though I hoch th the uplrlt Jlrl of thee I h matter mt I 1 Is n nflected i id
flected 11 d cted on th the b fan painting plnllc of this thl period periodwe prlod prlodrn
we can rn point pint to C no cLassic c1 example nmp aa rival rivalto rlYl rlYlto nyu nyuto
to tho I those other ohr clamlcaof rll of th the h rar Ka rt t th thmount Ihmounl the themount
mount adorned dom by the Ih fiery Ir brush bl of Korln Korlnthe Korln KorlnIh Kortothe
the Ih einulall IIUUI calligraphy laUlaphlof of KoyeUu KoJuu tb tbgenial Ihel the thegenial
genial ll design dl of llokumal noku For Jo lmllar Imllr cre creation C ci ciations ¬
ation alon of tb the actual au brush bb of a Fragonard Fragonardor rrrnr
or Watteau would w we e not nt aacrlflce acrf rlC even th thentlroental lh the thesentimental
sentimental ntnl a issociations iocUtlon llln that perfume frfme tan fanaone tanor fanones
one lolnell or Ilnlle owned nf by La L Vallltr lke or Marl lal An Anlolnell ADIlnlle Antotnetie
Fortbrr Faln Coatldrratlon tftt f ti the KtMTTnan KtMTTnanAntlTnnt DermanAntIThlat a
AntlTnnt AllTt Art ArtTo Ar ActTo
To ins 11 KniToa lDtoa or Tnt 8rxA Rnli > If IfMalcolm I IfMslcolm
Malcolm 1lrlm Campbell Campbl had gone r a step > further furtherh
h he would have hln exhausted llaul the Ih subject and andwould andwould nd ndould
would not have hay left If ut u with lb the Ih wrong Im Impreilon 1mprloa Impreion
preilon that the Iht Supreme SuPr Court on may ma yet yethold ythold yethold
hold any kind of contract rlrar good I which doea doeanot dI dInot do doimot
not unreasonably restrain Irln interstate trade lrd
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Court I Is rise rr to decide dtld only on I that SUCh con contract ln lnIrar uontract ¬
I tract In reasonable ronbl restraint rlrlnl of trade a awere awere
were 1 enforced nrorC at common mmon law la am a not mad xadeunlawful madunlawful d dbr
unlawful by the th Sherman Rhrmr antilru nllruI t act actTho actThe 1 1Th
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wan Wa enforced nrorC at 1 common mnlon law lw wa al the rh con contract mnIr8r eontrt ¬
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lm ijuisto ln within lhln a limited Irni time Inl or pace spaceand paceand pe
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I A 4 rntE TNI ronrr PI or 0 LAW UI covorw covorwVO CNCII
A queetlon of vital Importance Iptac to banking bankingInatltullona wkl baskinginstitution
institution IltUtOM generally aaT baa h juat b bn been en decided decidedby d l
bT the th Court Coa of A Appeals eU la 1 tb 0 Havana UanJn UanJntra UavCen UavCenliii Cen Central ¬
tral tra lUilroad Rl Company CmpT vs Ih Knicker Knickerbocker Klckr Klckrbbr Knlckerbecker ¬
becker bbr Trut Tt Company Compar which whch reverses nn a adecUlon adldlon adecisIon
decisIon dldlon by the Appellate Appllle DIVIsIOn Dlrl of th thXlr tbFt the theFirst
Xlr Ft First t Department amft aa to 1 tt t the extent to t which whicha hth htha
a bank bk or trust tr company cmpT must bUt go 1 to aeaur aeaurItaelf asalirsItalf n nUll
Itaelf Ull that tbt a check chtk drawn dawn by b an officer ofOr of a acorporation acrrtion acorporation
corporation crrtion who h baa b power Iwr to t draw dw checks cteksand cD cDan checksand
and an deported dlpUe to hi bi IndIvidual Idldu account UD I Inot I Inot
not ot a misappropriation mlppprll of fund tun of the h car corporation lr lrpnUoa carporation ¬
poration pnUoa eapeelaUy PIlt If the tb corporations crratoa own ownbanking ownbnk ownbsnklnz
banking bnk agent ao 1 has b already ar alreedyvsaHd paaeed ths tb cbk checkTb check checkThe
The Appellate Divisions ruling caused causedthe causedthe
T DtIIO rU o
the American Anl App Bankers Oubr Association IIOD the theNew tl lb lb2w
Association and andtbe udb andthe
New York Tok State ltt Bankers B AltOQ
the b Trust T Companies Cm Com AMoeUtlon Altn of Mew MewTork Iow IowTork NewYork
Tork to C uk permission Pr1 of th th the Court Cu of Ap Appeal Apepeal p ¬
peal to Intervene I and a put pa In briefs tt ta I the thecaw t theease
caw P r which wh was w granted Ite to t the th two tw former formerseeoclattoos fO formerseoclatiocs
seeoclattoos IUo Upon Up tb the argument ap of the thecase to tor theCs
tb the ml of twenty twentymlnutee twentyminutes
case r Cs the th oourt r suspended th rt 1
minutes mul for lo1 each counael cII and allotted att all a th thUrn tbtm Hitime
Urn tm desired dfl sine mO coucacl cUl for th the b beaks beakshad b bsnkahad
had b declared d that th tb thnaal thdreneoning Trea onln of lbs h Ap Appellate ApepeRot p ¬
pellate DivIsIon DIIIO sod th doctrine dor enunci enunciated tUI tUItt enurirlsled ¬
p a
sled tt In I the b CM r at a bar ba U I logically laaT applied appliedwould aUt appliedwould
would wo subvert Ibn established le uiage t end e prin principles ptD ptDrlpl gtilndpi ¬
ciples rlpl dpi applicable aUbt to dealing da between tHD banks bankssad bb bba banksand
sad Mudl fiducial lnclarIee lnclarIeeTb Ice IceTh
a Th T direct dlt question CUOD at a ken had tad never neverbeen Dne neverbeen
been b determined dtl by bl the te Court C of o Appeal Appealof Appealsof Pp
of this Ihl Slat 811 before bo although atbub Its tt ruling rulinguatalnlac rl ridingsustaining
sustaining ut a demurer druf Interposed It by b Ih Ihdefendant 1M 1Mdttt thedetsodant
defendant dttt trost l company cmpl was u ta I line li with withdectalons wlb wlbd withdeciona
dectalons d ID la I other otbe States Bl The T Knicker Knickerbocker Elr Knickerbocki ¬
bocker hk Trust Tt Company Cmfl elected te to demur demurIn dmu
In I order ore that l other banking bk Institutions Institutionsmight initltutlonmmight luUoD
might ml have hy tb the courts cln ruling rll for fo future futureguidance flur futureguidance
guidance when It might bare disposed of ofIh ofHis
pl < wte mlt b dl 0
Ih His case r with wit IBM 1 eipen Up by 1 answering answeringIh awa
Ih complaint cmpllt and a declaring de that th U It I bad badmade b bidmad
made m tbe lb Inquiry Iqul demanded dee by b the Hi com complaint fa cornplaint ¬
plaint It could < uld hay hn goo rn only 01 to the tb officer officerof om omot ocevof
of the thelrpraloa corporation who bo drew d and a deposited depositedthe depl0
the Ih check rhf since In h be wan W th the treasurer treasurerand tresaurerand urr urrad
and ad th the official otoll la charge rha of the corpora corporatloni corporalions < r
lions lon one ol In I tbla Ib city cityTh rl rlT cityThe
Th T The Havana laun Central Cnlr Railroad nUrd Company CmPJ to toa I Isa
a New W Jersey corporation rfrlon and operate oprl a arailroad arUr arailroad
railroad rUr In Cuba C b IU I c only ony official omcll la I this thiscity I thiscity h holT
city olT was a C W V Tan a Voorhta orbl Ih the treasurer treasurerOn lrur lrurOa
On February Febr 21 1MM le b opened oDo a deposit depotltaccount dpll dpllaunt depositaccount
account with llb the Ih Central Calr Truat Tr Company Companyof Comfr Comfrot
of New ew York la 11 the name nm of the railroad railroadcompany rUd rUdrmPr railroadcompany
company rmPr under Indlr aa a arrangement arpmeot by 1 which whichcheck whichcheck brh brhhtb
check htb drawn drn upon upf said lal < 1 account a a wer wor to tobear 10ba tobear
bear ba Ih the signature Havana 1 Central Cltr Rail Railroad RU RUro Railroad ¬
road ro Company Compe C W Van oa Voorble Vorb Tress Treasurer T Tlrr Tressminer ¬
miner lrr Between JlHn April Apri 71 2 and June 11 IS IStor 11I 15lois
tor I lois without lhout th the knowledge klolec of any al other otheroftlcer olherol otherohcer
oftlcer ol < r or o employee Implo of the railroad rlrd com company rm rmIDr cornpany ¬
pany IDr Tan a Toorhla orh drew drw and a signed Iml three threecheck thr threechecks
check rhk upon thIs Ihl account unt with lh Ih the Central CentralTruat Cenlrl CenlrlI CentralI I
I Truat Trul Company Com pn dated dalflout about a month apart apartI apr
I for IJ7 n fltIl ei I3I944 1104 and an fllooo 110 reepectlvely reepectlvelyeach fllYlr fllYlrMrh reepectivleach
each payable prhle to the order or of W U J Green Greenwood Ofn OfnI GreenI
I wood n the Ih purchantng Jlrhlnc agent Int of tbe lb corn cornI lm lmI
I I pony Jnr or lo C W Van 4 Voorhto orhl Each tcha was wasIgned wancignemI
Igned IIrnft Havana laun Central Railroad Railod Company CompanyC ComPr ComPrW
C W V Van n VoorhU torh VoorhIiTreuurer I Treasurerwa Trur waaindorsed waaindorsedhi Indorsed Indorsedby ladol
< by Van an Voorhl torhl and nd depended dplltd by b him In InI I
I hit hi Individual Infhllua account uat with lb the Ih Knicker Knickerbocker Klkkr KlkkrTrl Knickerbecker ¬
becker Trust Trl Company CompanyThe Comlnr ComlnrTe
The Te Out fnt and third Iht checks rhtk were P accepted acceptedand atplt
and af certified < rlldf by b th the Central CentralTruat Trmt r 1 Company Companyand Compar Comparah
I and ah the amount molal of each Iah chetk rh k wa U paid rl by bythe hrIhe bythe
the Central Cealra Trust Tru Company Compnr lo the defendant defendantand drDaa drDaand
and nd credited lf by th the defendant dd nnt to C W Van VanVoorhla Vaaolhl Va VaVoorhis
Voorhla olhl In hi his Individual IndIkul account rua The TboCentral T TheCentral
Central Trait Trllt Company Cnmpa charged fbart uch par parmenla py pynl paymenta
menla nl to the plaintiff plloUI corporation lrpratoa > man manVoorhis an anVoorhln a aorhl
Voorhln orhl draw dr upon upn hi hl hit account arlal with lh th thKnickerbocker lbKDlcbrbhr HiKnickerbocker
Knickerbocker KDlcbrbhr Tnut Trlt Company Comp for about abouta abul abula
a month afterward aflnr and ad na nf question QuII waa waarained we weraised
rained aa A to th the check thtk until uDllloa long after aler th thtreasurer the IheIeurer thetresinrer
treasurer Ieurer had hd closed clO bus hl Individual Indhlual account accountnlth auatwlh accountsmith
smith wlh the Ih Knickerbocker Knlrbbbr Tnut Trl Company CompanyIn COlpn COlpnI
I In Its II complaint tmpalnt the Ih plaintiff plall alleged allri that IhalI thotVan
j I Van a Voorbl torbl had ha deposited d flf th the check btk and andu soduusl n
u uf uusl ed the proceed prl without IIholl aurhorlty uorll that thath lhl lhlh thathe
h he had no right rlh to us ue th the company lmrDr fund fundeicept fnd fndIr fundeicfst
eicept Ir for the lb purpose prp of the Ih plaintiffs pllalf plalntiltshuinsa plaintiffsj
j I bualnewi huln and that lh notice nolC or Inquiry IOQul by th Ihfndanllo the theieftndnt
i defendant to and n of th the plaintiff would olid bar barrevealed ha hoverevealed
revealed Id the Ih these fact r < and an would olid have h shown ahownthat aho ahoIh1 shownthat
that by b drawing the Ih check rhtk In the th form orm de deicrlbcd defrl described
scribed frl M and nd depositing them lo hi Individual hloolnUldualaCOual hIs Individualaccount tnellvklualaccount
account with lIh th the defendant Van Voorhla Voorhlawaa Voorttiwas O fhltmltapproprltllDC
was misappropriating and converting to bk bkown biton hi hiown
own tia tile ih checks Th defendant did didnot didDO didnot
not DO make such Inquiry InQul and Dd accordingly th thplaintiff tbrlalnllff the thepisinlIff
plaintiff demanded of th the trust company companythe lOmperrIhe
the money moae represented by the check checkIn fhfltpIn
In overruling the demurrer fOmurr of the Ih de defendant d dt defcndant ¬
fendant t Joule Ingraham or Ih the Appellate AppellateDivision AppellalOIIlna AppellateDivision
Division said uldIt IDldItar
It Itar was money er held by the lb defendant witch b blonted Ie IeIon belomiged
lonted Ion rod to the III plain patntIC tiff tll and of which fact the de defendant d dItllrlan dfendant ¬
fendant hail knowledge Dwltd War th 1M defendant dla dlarbarged d dbertd dl dlrharged
rbarged from this 1111 ItsbHItr rc because te II had paid paidVan paidvan 14 14aD
Van aD Voorhlsa oorM Indhldia 1 isdis 4hl4 Idia a rhrrk upon It with IIb Ibr IbrpUlnllir Ibtlnllll th thatnlilr
pUlnllir lnllll money ment II scud 14 not hive b been Justt Justtfteil 11IItlJIooi
fteil In paring par the money t out lo dlKharre the theIndividual Ih theindividual
Individual debt db of the plaintiff treasurer it itthough IIlIourll although
though the pUlnUITs IDU treasurer hal so ordered orderedIt
It wa w not DO alleged aH od or fUlmr1 111I that ball tbs money was waspaid w Wapaid
paid 101 for 10 the Ib benrflt flIi of or for the I e account of tb tbeMntlil 11M 11MItIMtIIIr lbD4tIIOT
eMntlil The aHrftUoa which bkt Is I admitted ll llthat IIIbal I Ithat
that this 1111 treasurer nr having thus < placed Ia with withdefendant 1Ib I IdtltlldUl Vt Vtdefendant >
defendant I bank k a sun ot nxner IOD nblrh brloeed brloeedto beIoD lod
to the lb pUlnttfl laII of whIch bI b fact the Ih defendant ddflldlalrhAefllM vat vatthsreahi a acharteaMe <
charteaMe with IUI knowledge ordered ordo Ih defend defendant drtD4anJ defendatIo
ant atIo to pay paIIOInlpbbI pill II m out I to lotblrdpeticnsbybl third person br Ms Individual Individualcheck IIldh1du1rbt6 Individualcheck
check asdforh ad for hi < ownrental own tlneAL U Itwtmttoewclear ItwtmttoewclearIhst It sstms m1O to me near dtarIU nearthat
that wh b a parnent dU not dlsrhtrce the It ohdga ohdgatkn oca1m oPtigitIo I
tkn tIo of ollhe the defendant lo rrpar to the plslnUrt InUII In Inmoney II IImOlltY itsmoney
money that the defendant Ud recrlied and tbat tbatIbf lllalnnlore thatthtrtfort
Ibf nnlore rttore a rau ra came e of action U I aU lkcod atrdIn lkcodIn ced cedIn
In hla dl dissenting dllIlln opinion Justice 1 Scott Scottof cot cotof 1
of the Appellate IMvlilon sail < l that the 9hejudgment theJudgment Ih IhJudcmlIl
Judgment appealed pPI from seems m to mo m to toextend tlllnd toextend
extend the Ib responsibility of persona deal dealIng dIInr dciiinc
inc with lIh trustee not only beyond anything anythingthat nythlnllIhat
that ha h yet been judicially decided dld but butalso butala
also ala 110 beyond yond practicable limit Justice JuatlceScott IUlltlteS JusticeScott
Scott S olt concluded concludedThe ronrluITIlt
The lb rule of lUMIIIy ought to he fattened fattenedupon fUlf1Idapon fastenedupon
upon defendant who Sb 110 bore no rontractual obll obllcation obllnUon obligotten
gotten to tt tbe plaintiff Is I much more stringent stringentthan iruirntthan rral rraltb
than tb nxtkl r Ps applied aI1 to plalnUda depository drposltonbuk
bask for Van an Voorhla inltbt bars drawn the themoney IheIn themoney
money la cash t without imposing 1m any trial Ial obit oblltttlon obitcutan oWltub
tttlon tub of Ininlry upon the depository bank bankor
or could Id ttbout IoU Bcccssarlly tffMlll awakening awak lllar < u upi uopl101I upieion rd rdcton
cton have drawn chwka b lo Ih the order of any anyone All anren
one 01 eicept u htrtwlf hfI 11 even to pay pa hit III Individual Individualdfbts Iadh1dll1dbl individualdebts
dbl The Tb defendant was a mere conduit conduitthrouch roadtllJfOIIrll conduitthrough
through which 111 th the h money passed PI and nd the jude Judgnrnt I1IdIII judemeat
meat III below In my m opinion bolde It to a qalt qaltunreasonable qalleunralOlabl iuitunresaucahi
unreasonable responsibility rf1II > I and on which Sods Badsno
no direct support In I any cat to which It31 our alien alienlion alientins IeD IeDUtili
lion baa been called In lan an of tbo thom rrllfd rtll upon uponby upoab uponby
by b pUlnUff there II re baa tea present II the Important lblmponanlrart Importantfact
fact which ltlr U I absent here ft that the bank or orIndividual orIndl1d orIndividual
Individual Indl1d to whom the IIdlnrWd diverted money IIIODar waa pld pldreceived pal4ffI p preceived
received ffI It In payment of a debt or tn sores other otherway otherway
way 1 reaped a benefit bftI J from tbe lb papnenl papnenlThe psynentThe rmealTb
The Tb counsel for the Knickerbocker KDI krrborkr Trust TruatCompany TrualCompnr TrustCompany
Company In their brief pointed out outthat tint tintthat tlnl
llhal that the truat company got the checks for fordeposit rordpoIll fordeposit
deposit In good faith and nd under clrcum clrcumetance rr cireumnstances m mall
stances all such a is created no actual notice nolleof notlCeor
of any n Improper Impro r purpose on the part of It Itdepositor lIa lIadpoIllor Itdepositor
depositor Confirmation of 0 Ita it good faith faithahown faithI lIb lIbI
I shown by the tb fact that It paid out ou upon upontho uponthe
the bo drafta of Van a Voorhla In the moneys It IIreceived itreceiced
received rltfh upon the checks In question and andobviously andobviously nd nd0b10I11
obviously It would not be guilty of th thfolly the therollr thefolly
folly of participating In a fraud merely to toenrich 10nrl toenrich
enrich nrl h Van Voorhl The check did not notInitiate notInillat notInitiate
Initiate a new transaction but were mere merIncidents mlre11KnC mereleidnta
Incidents to the > maintenance of an n existing ulat laa
deposit account Van Voorhtan oohla account accountwa aOuaaa
wa aa not aD overdrawn and ad the Ih trust company companygot fOtDPIIrot
got no benefit bfn t whatever hal from rom the deposit dcpocltof
of the check Had d them Ih been n auch per perxjnal PfIrIn1 perna1
xjnal na1 benefit Ih the Knickerbocker Trust Com Company CorapaD Cornpony ¬
paD might perhaps frh II ban been placed p upon uponInaury upoaIorr uponlnur7
Inaury but there were re no lIch circum circumstance rlrrumatanf circumslano ¬
stance ll of ausplclon plcton or notice From tb tbdate the thed thedates
date d of th the check th the presumption would wouldaria wouldarlt8 woul4arIse
aria arIse that tb the account of Ih the Central Ct IIIral Truat TruatCompany TrueCnmpnr TruatCompany
Company had beem balanced oa diver occa occasions fHIraIon oceaplan ¬
plan Ion between boot n the date of th the first and lot lotcheck luIbttk lastcheck
check recited 111 In tb he
complaint lOm lalnt The > ac acceptance aCorf a ateptanee ¬
ceptance rf lanre by the th Central Total Company of
the first and nd third checks created 4 pn pnaumptlon Plllo Pllloaumpllon p psumptlon
aumptlon of the strongest character a am to tothe 0the tothe
the regularity fllArll T of this th entire aeries r and andthrough oadbrouh andlbroush
through the action of the Central True TniatCompany TrueComla TruatCompany
Company It lIb the defendant vie la effect effectaffirmatively flrmalDnnatlIT siTedadtnmatieely
affirmatively assured t that b there ra was no noIrregularity DOIfllarlt noIrregularity
Irregularity IrregularityAa 1 1A
Aa A to tb the effect of th the decision upon UPODtabll1wd e etablUhed ee eetabllebid
tablUhed banking usages UN couowl Mid that
tb the b check present for deposit may 1 1 b be sad
frequently ant ar Incident to or part of a boat boatsee buD
see D 50 transaction which invOlves avoir payment tDt of ofraoaeye ofmosey
mosey the aaumfXlon of contract oblige oWl
U lien M or perfofBuae of tervlees seine This b II1Ififlr I Ii444s
1Ififlr 1IfiflrI i444s t tI tI
1 I f
particularly use 1 sa aeotpted or osdid orrU orrUfled onUotd
fled check such a as two ot th the checks al alpresent alneltld alpresent
present recited were When blre s check b to toprevented IGprt ICprree1t4d
prevented prt at4d for deposit there may b be and andquml1r tie frequently tiequsittly ¬
quently I It no opportunity en th t lb part of t the thabank ttHIbuk thebanktomnakeinquiryaa I
bank banktomnakeinquiryaa to make Inquiry a to the circumstances circumstancesunder oireumet olreuniatricdlunder D lWldr I
under which the check wa w Issued or re received reo0I1Tfd recelveti ¬
ceived To refuse to receive rrfIOl th the cheek until untilInquiry UDUIlaQul untilinquiry I
Inquiry laQul should develop th the facts s to Its Itsexecution 111uecul10n liiexecution I
execution and delivery might result In an anoverdraft anOflrdraft asoverdraft I
overdraft of the tb depositor and in hi h1I Onanotal finan financial ¬
cial shipwreck even la a CUe where th thtransaction lbstransactlco be betraDaactleDi I
transaction were above bo criticism To etie etietoln 0111tala so solain
lain Ihe tll AptHlat A lat Division decision would wouldprobably wouldprobabll wouldprobably I
probably result ut In th the Institution of a rule ruleby rulebl ruliby I
by which all such checks must b be rejected rejectedwhatever rejectedwbatgver 1 1whatntr
whatever the lb he Incon inconvenience venlenc to Ih the h public publicCounael publlcCouDlfI publicCounsel
Counsel argued further that upon the thoprinciple theprlracl theprinciples I
principle prlracl I of equitable eetoppol th thplatn the plain plaintiff plaintI ¬
tiff 11 could < not maintain It Ita claim because It Ithod ItbedTO iihad
had bedTO given to Van ToorhU alone tbe tb authority authorityto auborltldraw
to draw checks whereas It Is customary for forcorporations toroorpordloDi forOorporattona
corporations to pro prorIdt ride that their tblrfbeebtbaU tblrfbeebtbaUbe check shall shallb shallbe L
b be signed by b two officers which la I a natural naturaland naturland noturaland
and simple safeguard against dishonesty dishonestyIf
If the he plaintiff omitted tb the customary pre precautions precautio Pr Proutloni ¬
cautions how o Ow could It reasonably charge th thdefendant tbdtmclallt lbdefendant
defendant with neglect for not regarding re rd1Dalta rd1Daltach Ill Itachosen Illchon
chosen ch agents act with suspicion suspicionfTh
Th The point was also mad that nine me th thCentral tbonlllll the theCentral I
Central Trust Company Com JIl bad accepted th thfirst the tblIIrtt theOn I
first and third checks c1I b la legal effect a new newInstrument MWIDOtrumat newtutruznenl
Instrument was w created to which th the plain plaintiff plaIDIII ¬
tiff il III wa not a party and accordingly It could couldmaintain lOuldmabatala couldmaintain
maintain no claim Counsel declared finally finallythat ftnalltba Onallithat
that where wb a fiduciary draw dra a check cb k lo hta htaIndividual hlltndtTtctllaJ hi hitndtvldttal
Individual order and deposits It elsewhere elsewheretn b bID
tn hie Individual account and subsequently lubeequentlyne
ne th the proceeds la breach of Mt h trust tb tbbank the tbeburt thebank
bank receiving 11tq inca deposit is laDOt I not liable for forth torth forthe
th the proceeds talheabcenc ID Inlheabesocsotactualknowl Inlheabesocsotactualknowledt lb obaDOe of actual acuallUlowl acuallUlowlot knowl knowledge ¬
edge of th lbe fiduciarys misconduct or of ofdrcumitanoe otoImIDIIlDOeIuftlcJa ofotreumatanoes
drcumitanoe oImIDIIlDOeIuftlcJa sufficient to put II oa Inquiry InquiryCounsel IDQUlrTCowaaol lntiulriCouniol
Counsel for th theAmerloaD American Banker Associa Association AeIorIaUOII AssoctaHon ¬
Hon argued along almtlar line and counsel counselfor rounaellor
for the Ih New Tork State Banker Association Associationdeclared Aa Associationdeclared IaUoa IaUoadeo1ared
declared that the decision d ltlon of the learned learnedcourt learnedcourt learnedcourt
court below carries carr tb the doctrine of notice DOUceII
01 applied to those Ih receiving negotiable In Instrument IDItnUlKftta Intrurnenta ¬
strument far ar beyond Ih the limit which baa haheretofore baahrelotora baaheretofore
heretofore been set by tb the courts or by stat statutory statutory t tulo ¬
utory ulo enactment enactmentJuitic enadmalJIUIJ enactmentJul11
Juitic e WUIard Bartlett who wrote th thCourt the IheCourt theCourt
Court of Appeals decision d lalon said that th thaverment Ihanneat the theaverment
averment by b th the plaintiff that Its II treasurer treasurerhad Irealllrhad
had no right to us ute Ita it funds except for the thepurpose Ih Ihpurpoare thepurpcsee
purpose of ih the plaintiff main blUlnfOllo < does doesnot dOHnot doeenot
not negative nU th the Idea that the purposes pur of ofth otIh ofthe
th the plaintiff business may have required requiredIII QulredIt
III It treasurer on 0 occasion lo todrawrberk draw checks upon uponthe upoftIbe uponthe
the corporation Orp ralloa account Oun payable to himself himselfIndividually hlm1tladllduallr bimelfIndividually
Individually The cose really reaU Him upon upondetermination upoa upona
a determination as to what hat were wTIIlho the rights rightsof rlab rlabor
of the defendant and It Its duties dull toward th thplaintiff Ihplalnltff the theptaintlii
plaintiff upon th the presentation of th the check checkfor fhlMbor cheekfor
for or deposit In the lb Individual account a tOun < of the thotreasurer Ih thetresaurer
treasurer treasurerThe tresaurerThe
The court say the th defendant could prop properly proprlr properiy ¬
erly regard rnt the check as th the property of ofVan ora ofVaa
Van a Tooth because the th posaecalon P of ofa
a hank check payable to the Ih order of th thholder the Iheholdr theholder
holder la I presumptive evidence of owner ownership on onahlp ownership ¬
ship If the Ih offer of one on of the Ih check In Inquestion laquUoa inquestion
question to 0 the Ih defendant for deposit depositImposed dflMltImpowd deposittmpoed
Imposed upon It a duty dut to make some In Inquiry Inqulrl inqulry ¬
quiry as to Its It validity and nd as to the author authority authortt ulhorII ¬
ity II of the officer In the th premise pm I am of oftho orIhll ofthe
the opinion that the Knickerbocker Trust TrustCompany TrutCompanl TruatCompany
Company In the present case ci did all the thelaw IheIa thelaw
law Ia demand When It caused the three threechecks Ib IbbfOCka threecheck
checks to be presented altd to tbe Central C atr1 Tnut TnutCompany TnutCompany TrustCompany
Company for payment It made a twofold twofoldInquiry IofotdInQulr twofoldinquiry
Inquiry III II t whether bb r the checks bore the triegenuln thflaula thegenuine
genuine aula signature of an officer authoring authoringlo
to sign check for or the defendant and I ti tiwhether 21 21whether I Ihfllb
whether hfllb Van aD Voorhla had authority lo draw drawcheck drawrbtrk drawchk
check on the Ihefrouut account of ofth th corporation pay payable paTa payaie ¬
able a l to his hi Individual account a < The accept acceptance tfPtanre acceptonce ¬
once of th the check by tb the Central Truat TruatCompany TruatCompaa TrustCompany
Company was w acknowledgment by bythe the cot corporations lOrporatloD cotporatlona ¬
porations deposit bank that tha Van Voorhl Voorhlhad Voorblahad corbbhad
had authority ulhorll to draw checks In such form formJudge torml formJudge
Judge Bartlett write writeTBS writesTb I
TBS Tb Havana Central Railroad Company by byopenlag broptIIlDa byopening
opening It III deposit account with th the b Central Trust TrustCompany TrmCompur TiustCompany
Company constituted the Utter Ia corporation ha haagent hata Itsagent
agent ta aa to 0 all third panic who 110 might receive receivecheek ffft ffftth receiveebecka
cheek draw dra upon Its account a to 0 determine determinewhether dtlermll1Ier dctrmliwhither
whether 1Ier such check t1I < h were genuine fDutD and drawa drawawlthla draWlllIbJa dnswnwithin
within the lb prop of tb I treasurer agency t11f7 t11f7bllalltd aa aaestablished uestablished
established bllalltd by tbe lb btlllllrACt contract between bot the Central CentralTnm elrall elrallTra centralTreat
Treat Company and the lb railroad corporation corporatloaWbea torporIIonbea corporationWhen
When tb the Central Trial Company by paying payingthese aJtDrI payingthese
these I cserks declared to 0 the b Knickerbocker Trust TrustCoapanr TrntCoaaJlADr TrueCompany
Company that they were genuine aalDe obUgalloae D IIOII of ofIhe orIbl ofthe
the railroad corporation which b Ita I treasurer had hadauthority liedaaillortl hadsulbodly
authority to 0 draw tb Knickerbocker Trust Com Company Compu Cornpan
pan waa U aol I obligated by Uw It to make any II fur furt further
t her r Inquiry but was authorised to 0 deal with tl the tbeproceed llIePfOfftd thepuoteedi
proceed ef the lb cheek tll h aa tb thi Individual property propertyot
ot Ik lilt payee PI and after It baa b turned ever soeh soehproceeds IItIIproree4a anc ancpressed
proceeds to 0 him 1111I11 It cannot U1l0 be compelled d to restore restorethem reitorthem ore oreIIMID
them to 0 tb the Havana Central Railroad Company Companymerely CocapurIlIIml Compymenly
merely because the ib Central Trust Company ouf ought oughtto bt btto
to have II has withheld payment of Ih lbs check checkJudge tb checkiJudge < lr lrudr
Judge udr Bartlett doe not agree with lIb lbs Ihocontention IhlllOnlntlon lbscontention
contention that the Ih Inquiry of the Ih plain plaintiffa plainIlfI plainttlT ¬
tiffa IlfI s deposit bank wa not enough and nd say saythat saythat r rIhat
that when hn a corporation lOr open an n account accountwith accountwith rountwllh
with a banking Institution It confer upon uponthat uponIhat uponthat
that Institution the power to determine determinewhether dfttrmlnftwbthr determinewhether
whether any n check drawn upon the Ih account accountconform accounteonforrna rounlronform
conform to the Ib contract between the depos depositor dpopII depolion ¬
lion II or and nd the depositary When It I make makea mka
a mistake In the th determination of such a aquestion aqUHlloa aquestion
question the Ih depositary may be liable to tothe 10Ib tothe
the Ib depositor but th the depositor cannot cannotrecover IInaotrllfOr cannotrecover
recover back k the money mon paid on uch check checkto cheekato
to a third person IIIOD who ho baa h ha received rttI It In good goodfaith goonfaith
faith relying on the representation of the tbedeposit thedeposit
deposit bank that the Ih check wa w all 11 right rightand rlchtand rizhtand
and baa subsequently u QufaU parted with lIb the thamoney Ibemony themoney
money moneyThe moneyThe
The court say that the view stated statedIn ttftIn
In the th fenest possible word ordll I that the thaCentral Ih IhCnlral theCentral
Central Trust Company was Wa the th agent agentof altntlot agentof
lot of th the Havana Central Railroad Company Companylo
lo determine d < whether the Ih check In con controversy ronIrofrr eontrosrry ¬
troversy w wille wet i properly payable pr biD or not notand nOlnd notand
and nd when ha U decided d ldtd that they were rt and andpaid sotisid nd ndtld
paid them to Ihe Knickerbocker Trust TrustCompany TrultCompany TrustCompany
Company which received Inet th the proceeds proceedsIn P
In good faith no right remain In th the b rail railroad rallroad railroad ¬
road corporation corporal ion lo recover such proceed proceedafter prGeHdan proceedafter
after an the Knickerbocker Trust Company baa baapaid h hpaid baapaid
paid them away awayChief aalChlr awayChIef
Chief Justice Cullen and Judge Iud Gray
Halgbt Tann nn and Chase CbelOa concurred concurredTttK concurredTIlE n I
Ill KnaknbJp IllsSnakrsblpfleee Dors > Always t AtW1lllJouDd Bound the theAlarm SheAlarm beAlarm
Alarm AlarmTo AlarmTo AlarmTo
To TUB 111 Forrom or TUB Brx Sveqirr 8ir 1r In tb tbarticle the tlfnlcle thearticle
article reprinted prlnl In TBS TR Sex from Popular PopularJrrAanfrs P PJlttAul PopIcMettsisfr
JrrAanfrs th the writer lIlr says th the ralte rtIaake rattlasnakealways nake nakealways
always aIa give a timely warning warningNow warningI mlnr mlnrnw
Now nw I trust your reader rlld who ho go to toFlorida
Florida wont 011 depend de nd on this Ibllor for In Florida
It I U not true There U a great differ differenc dlllrt dIfferprice
enc t I In the I way y they receive I you ou and Jld In
their dl dlpnlll poIIU > n na 1 hay h shot quail over
dogs do In Florida for fourteen winter win and
have ha killed many rattler rail rattlerThe I IThe I
The last two season lIIIOn i have ba killed four
that did not rattle fill III Three rb of these were wereabout wereabout re
about six Ix feet long On One could not rattle rattleaa rII
aa a It was shedding Ita tt skin onewaaallrighi one waisall itebi
and nd was hit by club several fli time U hut tmtwould 11ollld hutwould
would neither rattle ratl nor lift Us It head Vo an eocould I Icould
could hoot It 1 XT nero One On of thoso the snake had h ha J
two 0 dog pointing quail within striking dls 10
tanea tint nt r It I and ad two men within a few rrt feet
Possibly the doso proximity of the quail quailmay qu1Imar qusilins
may ins have ba Induced Indu the Ih snake nak tn two In Instance inatance ¬
stance ll to remain quiet lIu lo enable ahl them to tocatch 0Clalh tocatch
catch bird I have no confidence ronlld In being
warned m In lima to avoid old the Ih snake
Nor will 11I1 ll do to depend on strychnine to toare 10eaft tosave
are you from a good do d does of 0 venom The Thsafest Thesafest
safest t way I Ia ii to atop at once this I circulation circulationabove clrtllat circulationabove ion ionabo
above abo and n4 then t rut open 0 th the wound and anduck andauck nd ndlIuk
uck out the Mood with Ith a vulcanised rubber
blood bloodsuction auction I Icarrylhiwlth carry Ihl with Itb me always aJ a1wa
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no doubt dou an aid to keep k th the heart Itll working workingau
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d daDr Ur carfare and tunnel expense SPft lo New York Yorkar Yorkare
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rlatown 10 thirty ibtriySv five ft mttea elI away ar baa t 10 nay s sceata mreal
real 0 Krom the lb attics al earn e of the lArk Lackawanaa lArkaaaa LarksSinai
wanaa commuters ma ym would think that they theywer JbfJwer theywe
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Previous Investigations hare harethat hI ladk4tfd iadI iadIthat
that IOU may b be infertile or orbecause orI IIJI IIJIbtfltUM
because of th the presence la them of ofcompounds ofI rlUllo rlUllorompoundl
compounds Injurious to plant plantI < t tpreaching lpo
preaching this problem which U isingly tt Id
Ingly complex colll ln It wa w found foundI tei teilo tttI
lo review vtw briefly the tb knowledge knowledgeorigin tnolrd tnolrdorlaID knowledgeorigin
origin of the organic or matter mlI In tn tnThto u uL onl
This review shows aho that the IOU i iniattrr g50I Ic
matter Dlt arise ar through lh UIe decay of ofcompound rilllO rilllOlOmpounrU ra0 ra0compounds
compound of vegetable ahle and animal animalthat n nthai ru ruthat
that among mon the Ih compound rompo Jo are r racy racyI DrTof n nI
of 0 well known composition and Dd cow lO canerwhich > tlm tlmwhich I II IIwblcb
which get t Into lh the lOLl and may even eve evefor p N n nfor 1 1lor
for a time and that many compound com compounoaSr Oundo t tar bant
ar ant formed from the th In the th pro j jdecay fdecay
decay are Ilkewla lib well ILl ealablliibeil a irj 1 1alte irjalt
alt alte chemical compound compoundWhen COIllPOUUdeben
When the lb effect f d of the Ib three conpr conprwhich Omlinof Omlinofwhlrb cnmpswhich <
which are known to get t Into the Mil or orbe ir t tb 10 10btI
b btI formed fonn in the IOU to 1 conaldered it itfound u ufound 11found
found that many of them have ba been sto ltoto 01 01to j jto
to be harmful to plant tome even evenIn he heIn bet betla
In very email amount On the tb other tao taoIt haa tssit
It I It not yet t poealble to trace tra any anyrelation geaeril geaerilrelation
relation Iatoa between t WHA the harmful property propertyand pruprqand
and the chemical composition or cotuti cotutitutloa coatiIuUOIt coostlotion
lotion and consequently U to not notto DO rov rovCo osso ossoto
to determine the tb effect of any anyon COIIIIIOU114 COIIIIIOU114on nowpa nowpaon
on plants except Ur9P by experiment experimentIn I perlmnIn
In addition to known product of vet vettable wp wptabt ypgytable
table and animal origin and their product productof produdaor prj prjof
of decay dtra It to possible that still other olb con rotapound 011IpouDrU conpound
pound or ant produced and exist In the tI son sonabout tollabout j jabout
about which there b to no knowledge UloIfId w weven 110eYflD ot oteven >
even of a speculative kind U 1t11 waa found foundtbat tOUll4tbat tounjthat
tbat although the tb organic or matter la toUt toUtIt son sonI oUito
to I ao Important Ingredient amounting la larnbat bImOot i imost
mOot roars to many ton an acre almoM almoMnothing allIJottaotblD aln alnnothing
nothing to known of the chemical nature natureof nstu nstuof
of Hit material materialTha materiaLThe materialThe
The difficult dlm dlmcultles IIIN lea then In attempting U
lactate harmful organic compound < from fromInfertile f non nonInfertile
Infertile soil are duo to Ignorance of what whatcompounds bal balOmpouada btcompounds I
compounds < are harmful to plants ltnu and what whatare w ware bat
are not and also Ito to lack of knowledge knot Iotl of ofth 01lie ofthe I
th the lie chemical nature of the organic matter matterof mall
of th the soil 11 and consequent lack of method methodfor lIIIhodafor methodfor I
for dealing with IIb such rh material materialTbo matlrlalfbto
Tbo Tb fU first > t cryatallln organic compound
Isolated from a toll waa a DUrogesmn oltrofnnbod
body bod plcollne carlnxyllc acid rld Which w wobtained u uobtained uoblalnNl
obtained by b a procea which had IU I it tuning tuningpoint sran sranpoint nlll nlllpolnl
point tn a solution of a portion of the Ih ormi ormimatter nnllioInU nrgnicmatter
matter InU tn sodium hydrate solution fbi fclbody Tblbodr fbibody
body I a definite crystalline compound compoundwith compou compouwith
with llh very faint acid properties and 04 hn hnaluo b balso
also 110 the th power of acting rtln a as a lit lias toward towardstrong lowardIronr towspstrong
strong acids Id Along with lth the th bolation of ofIhU orIhlt oftide
tide compound there were tr obtained Indlci Indlcitlona 11Id1rtlon indieLions
Lions of t the he h presence ltNaCflln In the same Mm soil 11 of other otherbodies olborbodllOm oth othbodies
bodies bodllOm solo of which hltbrt are related to olt oltFrom It ItFrom ItFrom
From the th Mine 1Aand and another Mill II by a modi modiflcatloa mnodlfleition < 1 1flutlon
flcatloa of tb the ame nl method another ortinta ortintacompound nrranlolOmpouM organlocompound
compound wa obtained This compound compounddlhydroxyslearlc romPHI romPHIdlhrdroxlll eompeum4dihydrozysteiric
dlhydroxyslearlc dlhrdroxlll rlo arid la I nonnltrogenou nonnltrogenouand
and nd U In no way related rwII lo the nltrogenevi nltrogenevibody nllrortlllWhodr nitrogen nitrogenbody
body Aral t Isolated Dlhydroxystearlc arid artdlike aridlike
like Ilk plcollne iarboxyllc rboll1 acid U I a veil n dt dtfined d ddnld ifIned
fined crystalline chemical compound here heretofore h htorn hertolore ¬
tofore torn known only 001 a a laboratory product productThe produc1ThfO
The proPerties of the Ih these two wo organic con conpounds Mmuadll cowround
pounds uadll were texled < by the effect of their theirrolntlon lhelrollliloat theirrolsitiona
rolntlon on wheat hIli I seedling Tlcollae Tlcollaecarboxyllc rkollfarbosUc Picolincsrbozylie
carboxyllc acid rlet wa found lo he h harmful la laconcent IIIOn incowentrationi
concent On enlrtlont < < rations ot lOll parts to the million mmbnand mlMJaand millionand
and like many man poison tono had anlmuUilr a aatimnulatingdied anlmuUilrenocl arhnulrllllcneel
died when hea present In mall quantities quantitiesDlhydroxystearlc j1lIDUIIJJhrdroxrlarlc rpiantjtiisIihrdnnzrstearlc
Dlhydroxystearlc acid was Injurious la all allconcentrations alllOnnoalrailontl11Id aiconcentrations
concentrations lOnnoalrailontl11Id Imted teetdsnd and ultimately ultimaltlI1If1I ultimaltlI1If1Idlh caused causeddeath
death of the Ih plant la concentration OD < ealrallo < ot otion ot1M ofIlk
ion paita paato to the Ih million millionTwo millionTwo
Two other olh cryatallln organic compound compoundpreviously rompnlJDdpreYloWllr compoundsprevIously
previously undescrlbed < 1 In the Ih literature lltrraturewer
were re isolated from a soil One ne of these thesewhich 111 111hlrh theswhich
which ha hu l twen > en named agrocerlc r l acid cld It a amember amemhtr amember
member or the waxy u aclda rld Ih the other which whichliaa whichha hlt hlthaa
liaa ha been moaned agroaterol a ltrol belong lo the thecboleeterol Iberbollltffli thecholesterol
cboleeterol group of bodle elther Sellb of ofthe otth ofthese
the th these substance u lanN appear lo b 1M harmful harmtullh1 tn tnwheat ti tiwheat
wheat h1 and Dd they lb are ot Interest In the study IlId n noil nwoll it itsoil
oil fertility chiefly hleri with regard rd to lolhllrtwl lolhllrtwlIbl their pm pmalble
alble Ibl connection with lIh the generation or de detrucllln 4 4atruction < le letrue
trucllln true Ion of Injurious or bentlcla com compounds rompoulld cornpounds ¬
pounds although It to not Impossible that thatthey lbatIbr thatthey
they may be Ihermelve baneful to plants plantsother plUI8olbor plantaother
other than thai tested lettedTUB 11t 11tTUE testedTIU
TUB naitTiXG G MAN orr OF DtTY nvrrlamentable DtTYIJunmt DtTYIAmrntable
lamentable IJunmt Ktati > of Pnbllo Opinion Dl Dlrlrd DrletCd Die Dieclesed
rlrd tn Poblle Place PlaceTo ptleHTo
To THB EDITOR or TRI Sex BuxSir Sir Th Thother Thotr The Theother
other day returning from Brooklyn where h I Ibad Ihad Ibad
bad lo go on bualne I boarded an open car carmarked rarroarkid carmarked
marked New York ork and nd rat myself down downnext do donPlt downnext
next a young man In the tb uniform of ono of oftncle 01Cnele oftad
tad Samuel bluejacket l He H and I were werth we wetbe werethe
th the sole occupant of that Ih particular panlrularoae seat seatone pestone
one of the Ihe1Pt last four where a man may amok amokt
I t wanted wanl to smoke i okbut but my last match failed failedme
me Very Vt courteously the sailor offered oaredIIrU a alight alight
light to m mId mId me meId
Id no sooner thanked < him when at t lb lbnext Ih IhDnt thenext <
next corner the tb car stopped and two well welldressed welldressed U Udrrewd
dressed and substantial utaallallooklJla looking men swung swungaboard swengaboard 116 116aboard
aboard They started tart to o1t sit down when hlI oc ocsaid OCMid onid
said id Aw we ft dont want n to 0 sit It In bete beteilh hoot hootilh betwIth
wIth ilh that bluejacket and hi hit damned pip pipWhat 11 11What pipmVhats
What the Ih matter with llb th the bluejarf bluejarffriend bluJartrad bluijaetfricnd
friend I asked uk and nd then began a lone lonefence lonetnre lonefence
fence of the navy the navy men and andnavy nd I Iuniform InaTyC
navy uniform to support all of whirl whirlthese whirlthese hI hIIh <
these Ih two friend for who bOOtfl benefit in inpart IIIpan inpail
part at least ea > t lb the navy la maintained mala mointainedtrlbutecl I In con conirtbuted tilltrlbulfd
irtbuted directly or Indirectly The Tb fart fartthat rftlhat Mt Mtthat
that these the two men a admitted the I Ju joel joelnet t tnea 1n
net n of my m argument and nd acknowledged th thbaeleneM the Iheballln thebaselessness
baeleneM of their prejudice against InIIlIe InIIlIeNllor th thsailor lbsailor
sailor rig rl H I neither here nor there h Their Theirare utr Tb TbSri
are r only on I two of the he many many man thousand thousandof
of Intelligent citizen of this country sb sbharbor bo boharbor bebrOOr
harbor an n Inane silly prejudice again alnollll alnolllllIor th thsailors tim timsailors
sailors lIor and for thai matter UM soldiers soMleruniform P dltoruniform soldiersunjform
uniform uniformThe uniformTh
The Government Itself took official ollldtII cornl cornlr corelran CIII CIIIran
r ran a me of this Ib prejudicewhen some II11fII1jft II11fII1jftIftflral time ago agoa XG XGa
a general order old was AI Issued u permitting sailor sailoron ad 11M 11Mon r ron
on shore hor le lease > 11 to wear ar civilian clothes clothesIVrhap dot tlekePirhais II IIJwrhal
IVrhap thai order I is a good thing pertup pertupIt 1IuIt
It I belter bf11 that our nation aallonndlOldit and anijacidlers oldtern should sheuVlay shouldlay houUlar
lay aside their uniforms when bla not on attire attireservice ad adatnl activeservlc
service serviceWhat atnl atnlWhI servlcWhit
What a ad commentary this state Ial of
I lalTair affair U I on the II Intelligence and ntl broad broadmlndednes beolmindedness d dmlndt
mindedness of the American public Th Thuniform no nounlfoml flup <
p uniform of the defender of the Iii nation in inteed fltld iiistead
teed of being honored aa a a mark of Of public puMieservice putoheIIf publicservice
service IIf I even by official action declared declaredunilgblly ilec4areIunsightly riat1uhll <
unsightly and unwearahlo enrpt In th thstrict the lhotIUI thestritt
strict IUI confine of duty I Im am only a al simple simpletaxpaying letpl letpltaipaylng trolIUPIOylnr
taxpaying cillwn of ihee Ih the Iniled 1 bides bidestwt btslcsbut I Ib1
but I protest against the general deter drroralory droelorr detertory
tory attitude Wludflllbon shown toward the Ib tailor Ior In 11111111 11111111rorm uni uniform volform ¬
form rormJ
1 havaknowntheaallorslntlmately hIIknon have hnolnllmallr lhn lhnmd thiv thivmet lbss lbssTOrt
met them In the Ih depth of our nienof mDoG menofar menofarin ir irIn arIn
In the hot stokehole In the Ih turret tulahll sePt awtrfship sePtships
ship forward and on the Ih deck nKlmil nKlmila IlIoMrlInlfO ithemta
a single InlfO exception I have h found them cow cowteoiia lMfItOlla costtent
teoiia tent considerate lOnald < rtl xiuare and above Ibis tbtaverage tbIr Ibisaccrues
average r In Intelligence IntelligenceMtw inteUlgenceNaw e eIW
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ToTBiEnrroitorTHlSrs To vat Fnrrl or orTas TRJ Stl1 Sir1 read treadthe J readIhe readthe
the article In TUB 3c Sex of SundayMar II IIrlrardtn IIregarding I Iregarding
regarding th the pensioning of John tt Kin Elsalnger lisIarer Kinsinger
singer of Indiana IndianaA
A As a former private prl of th the hospital cotta corpaV
V H A having served at the experimental experimentalsanitary elrtrlmlftlalIIUIII riperlmentalsanitary
sanitary IIUIII camp Uamp Iie Jur r > under Major MajorWalter laJrtraller tslsrmaiter
Walter aller Heed It from the Ih opening until III IIIfftjllac tili tiliclosing k kcloelng
closing of same and knotting KMMater KMMaterpersonally kIssIsgerpersonally Ierff IerfftIIIonallr
personally a as well 1 ae a every tIT other A merits Amrwalwho meritswho no nowhn4fd
who whn4fd passed through the yellow 11110 fever einert einertmem II IImtala PIoflmeat
meat having undergone I the lie same m mil e extsi extsiPores I I1QtN pl plencea
Pores myself without contagion I wa 0 r rprl rIrlaer2 rpriasmi
prl Irlaer2 < 9 to n learn thai several roalalfluntl yr had M dIH fr frm frmthe room roomIhll < m mIh
the Ih effect IT of the Infection < n aa a I > sineiv sineivknow
know there Ihe wa 11 not ono on ca l 01 t n al > < steP arriJArear a aIA7AOar stePlzar >
JArear Huena II Vhla tuba or orI at the III III1I00pll1 I IHospital > t tHospital
Hospital al Uuemado do d flarts > l Irl rl > > I > I tIC tICwhere > th M Mwhere
where h the patients were transferred ir lorIrralmeat firtreatment irtreatment
treatment KDWARD tow HrTimnwii HrTimnwii1ourTox WFATltlllILJOYITOf siIs siIsrourvox
1ourTox Lau N J May 21 21rUan flFatima i iFatner
Fatner Sons See Only Tearker T fr Tweli 1 e Te fL fLT TearSPr r rfnm
fnm T Pr Me 15 10 tLfliNs1i < < naxp 0 < > X XrArer X4SUEdgar Vrf VrfEdgar
Edgar StahU a student at th lbs Mate Ma Ma1IclGo MateScbsiot Nnrnu NnrnuSchool
School In Terre Ten1Ilfa Ifavte bold a record e4Ul l lby
by say other person nOD In the State ZlIa aa a far farb r H a eta etalie rIObe <
b lie dJtrrmlned by toberl J Alit AIerlllalll AtaUi AtaUitetuleat toti SIted ItIJriIftdtll SItedtesdesi >
tetuleat 01 f InbWo InstructIon whose b a Ilf Ilfbaa atleseii atleseiibaa e e ebaa
baa been rifled lo the can by b a Ulkr tea f fIIIIUoa u umHtoa lZmHlce
mHtoa meaty couityEdgar OIIlIrIIdrer meatySdcu
Edgar Slab to I a son of John obD SUM a tewrrt tewrrtschool vtTlschool tV tVwJool
school learber ber of lle IItI t township LDwnIIIroulr VernHM VernHMrounty VrrnItscounty
county When th the younger Slant twrhed Ui Uifirst WanI MIfirst
first lint Reader under hit III arm to ansate Ma Masef lien blesstfwltbtheSlatsebocisytemst
sef sstfwltbtheSlatsebocisytemst n with tb lbe 1l1a11IooI lute school system at the Ie sgeofl sgeoflhe f e of ofb ofVudtlft
b he trudged aero th be Sells with Ut III father fa and aadeatcred aoSUleICItoot andesterel
eatcred th UleICItoot school taught by tb thsiderStaW thsiderStaWDuring be1dtr ekter AuhL AuhLDurtof 11111IPurIDr
During Ih IIIe entire ID Ure right tIb year y that 11M 11MIII IB lbs boy was wasto U UIs
to tb be grades h lie recited t dally all his lessons to tohit IIW 50his
hit W father tall Daring ParID tb rear that be gradual gradualfrom graduated rradulUItI
from Uw lb common seboeto tb the authorities of oflIItp a aBiMp She Shelowaiinp
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