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PIIII1d Wolff 01 oItT Talks ef f the imtk ltat ltatPrns ef t tPrns a aPress
Prns Agent lad Henry tIenr Wattersoa WattersoaJ WaUaf WitttrsoatIetlMei
J IH tIetlMei ICUI4 r Me llatrlmear Ialrlm f tsiihIoIIty tsiihIoIItyand ntttlallt ntttlalltt hlalltlIId
t and Truth l > us u Thmu a Speaker SpeakerJo IpHktrSot
f
Sot nn or Ih cIy Ih Iho lrI Yiirs ate lOln gngo <
Jo 0 have a IHOOuO tIfl1 clubhouse within a hop hopskip hopkip hoppitip
skip and a jump of Broadway Tht an aniouncement aniounment n nJtoWl
JtoWl iouncement m nt wa w made last night al the thedinner thelnDr theInDr
dinner the prow r agent fraternity gave gaveit aueI
it I the Hotel 1I01 1 Astor in honor of the Friar Friarftbbol Friarbbol Friartbot
ftbbol bbol John W Uuni Itumy y yf yp
f duett who Iso werent w ffnl up on the Ih Friar FriarAffair FtJaraalre FriarsMars
Affair alre were W NO told thai IhalJaok Jack Ilumsey was wasbear 118 a abar abear
bear cat Here only tail Noember the thedub thefJub theub
fJub dub ub wu mt 000 Iln in debt and a n4 caae of cold coldset coldleel voLteel
leel set were developing But Mr Jr Kumsejr Kumsejrwords HUlnaelftM Ruinseyn4
ftM n4 words for aniel > Frohman when hen h han bJanl hi hibnt
Janl an t fiaring took hold with IIh a bunch of oflustier ortUlU ofuatIerL
lustier Now Sn the club has h tldouo III th thiwaaury the thelfIaIury lbrisury
tUlU iwaaury ami 11I1 iWuud > subscribed l toward towardhe
he new ne hou houaoo M A i committee of fifteen fifteenif Itftenjf
jf if which hIcb Mr Kumsey Is chairman U at atSrftrk siork 1 1rk
Srftrk rk on the plan planFor IIaflbr Iaili Iailifor
For the Ih further honoring of the thebbot theboot shebbOI
boot the Ih Kriars r Invited Col Henry HenryWttterson Unryenon HenryWtteronn
Wttterson enon n well II known writer and andtalker and1sIkr Dd
falttr talker Augutiu Thomas the New Newftochello 4w 4wltocf1le w wtod1UO
ftochello tmhtician 11 tlcI Itaniol lanl ll < Prohnuui Prohnuuiito trohln1l1Wolf
p ito Wolf Hippwr and other in and out OIUlb oulbi
V the lb club round Ihx Ih tables terra Yoffatb04l11any terrao1miny ereaJfxjTnany
JfxjTnany o1miny folk well 11 known along Broad BroadwayHi ilmadOoodfrknd ¬
wayHi 181 Ooodfrlend Will Willllfnllr Hepner Jerome JromeEdI JeromeflIIt
61 EdI 1 Krederlc t rlc Thomnjon Oeorps Ueor UeorCobo M Mtoh MCoh4n
toh Cobo n Haymoud Hltchcook J R I DoJ DoJou 1Jo 1JofIOU
fIOU ou Julius Tannen Moss hnnbln John JohnJ
J McCiraw Mc < lraw Bert rt rcihleman f r trank > ank C Cfaylfe C111e CIsifl
faylfe Luw r fXickstacler Eugene uKf KeWy KeWyIlpo Ke CeIeyUke y yUkoO
UkoO Ilpo J A Clark nearie eorg ore Beban George GeorgeMctManus Ofcr OfcrJe3fanUi Georgek3snua
MctManus Harry J 1 Ulding Mark MarieLIt darIcLiescber A ALuescher
Luescher LIt er Mayor Wah jth h vammis mll of bomd bomdJJe MOlnd1eSch SondIecb
JJe 1eSch cb WalUoa Munro and nd many more moredward moreEdward moreIdward
Edward Eteretl eUlt Hdgeon aa a doan of ofUwahib ortheoJubllltllitJd oftheahib
Uwahib theoJubllltllitJd iresiiled and Introduced lUanolJ lUanolJWolf AtonoldYolr ReanoldVotr
Wolf u Abbot Kum tumya eyaKfnt ae Int nI Mr Wolf Wolf41d Wnlrd Wolfiw
41d d that some men am ii born great some someaotlere homeatevo
aotlere crwatiiHM ami nd some have Friars FriarsdinMrt FrlaradlllMn FriarsdiaMrs
dinMrt thnut I upon them themI
I flnit met m Ilumsey h hf < > said Id when whenbej whenbe
bej wai trei treiurvr urrr of Dutys Theatre TheatreAll Th tre treAll I
All Die 1 world lrilt luvea a lover and the Ih man manvllh manwith
with lib nuttmrity to write wrl rhe paav Hut 11 11 1 I
always a noticed that while Kumsty hod the theauthority Ih Ihathothy theautthnrlty >
authority he seldom had the Inclination Inclinationtrcn InclinationILaurtltt1 lnc4lnatlonILsugtcrl
ILaurtltt1 ILaurtltt1htolI ILsugtcrlThtgr
htolI trcn I tcnurore urora are InternUng InternUngpeople Inlfreoslncpeople Interestngpeople
people They 111 have ordinary anlarie anlarieand MIrlMand slariesmd
and enornvvia Incomes When Mr MrRumtey Mrflwniy r rRIUllHY
Rumtey worn to work fur Daniel IMo 11 Frohman Frohmanbe
be bad a toOhpiok J lok One On In week k later he heownod hllowood he0uTh3d
ownod a lumber yard lArd IJucb laughter 1 A Aliucy Abusy
buy man ia I a trraaurer lie hiss to be beto betIJ bet
to t s sekt 4 that his emx IIIIl0yr > yer deewt hold any anything anythine anything ¬
thing out on bun Laughter I IlAughter1At lAughtert 1 1At
At t log LOn c Hranch reoenily I marketed marketedthe M Mthe
the mansion mna one or the rich I asked who whoowned w5oowned ho hoowIIId
owned a macnltlcrnt nuacnlt nt it dwellitijc one Oil with wilhOld a agold agold
gold dome domand and 1 duunoud d dIn d studded gar garage liarce garage ¬
age ce They told me it wi u John W Hum HumMr Rumsay
Mr say And who bo I continued own ownthe ODIU ownsthbsck
the thbsck aback behind shim splendid boos houaDatl bouaOWel boosDrJeI
Datl OWel l Frohtnan I was told l soldItwnsybssamoriggennti < Mr MrJ 1lrRw1wy
J tunny Itwnsybssamoriggennti baa bua a mortgage on U UI
1 bhe be oliMtrvmi i h ht t tlI all theatre treas treasurers t tIIftra iresuteri ¬
uteri wear Mf iII shirt U l k the mark markof markoflbelr
of oflbelr their calling llmr 1 htoir emniovers wwr wwrwM werswetters Nt Ntat
swetters wM at r Ibla 1 bt prompts rae III to ear i W tMLIy a aoy
oy chlf duty tonight i III to Introduce Introducer e er
> r turnkey to Daniel hrohman h hllan Jr JrF lorFrobwlUl 3rFrohiian
F rohuan Mr r Kumwey
the M Abltot bo mad a little apeecb of1 of1thaaks or
thanks than he aaid he had worked hard hardto
to build up the club eluhl btt t that dozens of ofother orother ofober
other men d vn ere4 i ejual uaJ ua uation coiamenda coiamendation ooUlmencla1
tion He hviHd ho > 1 tb the tiuo IlItI would soon sooncome 800ncorne uooncoin
come when the Friars would have the theclubhouae thecJuLbouae
I clubhouae they y we kZ pUnnlng IhnllingJM iItnn lug
Mrs JM Henry of Kentucky who cam camall CalliaU causeS causeSan
all the way a1 from Louisville ui o a Aud ud 4i 4 4c1Innlr
dinner wa II mightily cbr c cbered cberedPr rvd 1 1Irremlor
Irremlor Pr I rememhr that I attended d a dinner
in Wantmit uli n tJ1 n ihiry h ry years r ago iutd es d dol
tol 0J Warn at rwm at wjiwh were O Ovnon > r lMent lMent1lII0II snt sntajoong
ajoong 1lII0II iaany other Roocoe tonklingi i i
and a mau turied 1aI Price who ho wa a won 1
d dml4 rfci JhIt ihintUlan I In oher 0herlrI1 l e a anukahle r re retiRkahe l lnarkahle I
narkahle IMJPJ Price FrI aii IIj l everybody
at the U tah > l wha WA was ha hi li IdA i < t j of 4 r hnaven h hay Vfn n
Vben it cane to tonkling ih he Sew S hors or or4r <
fcepaMr 4r aiid aiidMy uld3oIyl siidMyIezotheven
My MyIezotheven lie 1 of heaven I II tsathnreiiketh tsathnreiikethie a dime nl liketlil hklO tbl
S ie SUmesayerr Um Umes a YHr without money ft IIey > ant with withuU ltli ltliout
out 101 ftice fticeI Yrl e eJ
I wouH he gUI to a aId led wich ain atlru4r atlru4rAI er ersstbi < r rM
M sstbi thi 3U 38tlrnes times a year vAr < if all It 11IIloot we woat o t fcr the theare liteunltlIul theoreIILI
are unltlIul ilul rtrea I1IUIII Iful alter > ui e eI i mohr i i
1 or see Ie your oowrl 00 ftl rtlbltoo ftthie ilexi a n sire re
Ltighter aid 11 a oice i lv > rt you UU I I Istop
stop 101 J I
Vlatrlmonr rnj 1 uonvlvirHtr OOI1yh NIT riP in prrtty Irf
I
eloly o ly nie > > nLeet < < tel I IKi you mo III thMT th the
Laigntr i Im toleraily 101 raJly rjTlel my
itlf stlfiii a I 1 trow rnw 0 SOW N ow nU atieor IA i or > r twoare1 twoare1good IW toared arp I Irood
good rood d tor a man Fire thIng thin But buy buyeate j ji
i cn iw r ae nt I much m the youll I e arrlj errIjg II
1 h 1 go 1 IOQw HHI ti Mary Ja 0 lV IlorI lor > r t lie Ii to toper
per l r Ji Jl1IIt JmttelI t fell II h her you yoizhve 0 have t to I i out lth lththe llhIt
the It lx boa > ys > If you 7UV i bee i J jkyIng l > yinij poke pokeau poka
au a J 1 1fl1llpIOlv uRi meo1Y j iy he i U 11 I y yu u lor the thetell theP111
P111 > 1 tell h her r tha ton Itll tfl rvu Ic I e ai iilit iIihtthe
Sfc the wssl nl tvt ROO aid 111llI ncHni < airt sin sint ec > rmlr rmlrt
t > make It U UI Ifi IGlgh rhll hr I iou ou ot otsuffer oitijffei
suffer JIf anr anrttul II nrisuI i
ttul I Im ra afraid d that liny where wi A Awotnlo Aw awoman
woman w rrt i Ie oonremed are tla liar They are arfll I Iso
so 0 afraid alr d that in a moment of uidutcrrticn uidutcrrticnor indil rrticn rrticnor ion ionor
or infhrati > ii s they might jiapppu hlJ u to o
let out the Ih truth llial ttey 1tC make a habit habitof I
of lyWg and nd It stieka Utk 1fI known kM many
a uuu InaIWb > who went Hn home wondering howl howlo hw I
o tquVe hlnwelf hlllll lf I rero NlI1fnl rrmernlwr nl > r ou OOu eae
Tl Tt Toyttersr tiptoed tlpt Od In the th bedroom bedroomwtiore boodtoornWhere bedroomwhere
Where rrn wife r wa was Wp p a ul u1eei l < p I with wilhone willsone I Inne
one hmid on the Ih Imlirn Ih radII Th Thnun Th9nun Thenun
nun kn knlJod elrd ut the Ih Iwdaide Il and l llell llellntlr caii I Icently Igently
gently ntlr to Ii rock tli the cradle He II wanted
hi his wife ire In I wake up and hehnld him In Inthe I Ithe I
the attitude of perfect fNr UI eI conjugality Ho Hona lieWlI ItowuIwd
WlI wuIwd hrd and IIn he h whUtled t ana na nd h he hummed
flhe he kept h Itr r eye ye CI closed Finally fInall hom rh m
hn waa uholll atnut to l < ik k IbeaMd IbeaMdorne be ia4d ia4dCome 4d 4dCome
Come orne to lied M you yo QU fool The baby
aint In the cradle cradleThe cradleTh cradleThe °
The Th Colonel Col Jn1 < said h he didnt Iwllev there therewaa Ibeffu therewas
was u a man living not on the atAebo tag who
had ba bail < l it clcer connection oonnf tlon with it than
binvaelf hlrr H tie thought It wa peculiar that thaiucuatua I
Augustus 1hoirsu hi a t hla play The Witch ¬
log Hour nhoiild have ba written n of a gam
bier who 110 owned own a Corot and of a Justice Juatlrer
r f the th United State Supreme Court who whowent I IWCOI
went 01 to the lb gambler house bou to u see e the tb
lorrt
For many years Nna Mid tlie II Colonel Colonelone
one of my beat friends warn a agamhlee Louisville Louisvillegambler LolllnllieAmbler
gambler Ml JI II Mark who while whl he h per
bapa ba did not own a Corot did own aplen ap
did work workaofait of art rt And Andikoowit I know kno it to totes t U a
fact that a Justice of the United < State StateSupreme
Supreme Court went to his lit house hou many man
time tlmIMIWlllt went with me mII tri get t a drink of ofwhl ofwhiskey I
whl whiskey key or other things When hlfl Ell died It <
be h left behind nothing but debt and
frienda friendaThe t IrlendaThe rllftdaTbe 1
The Colonel I said he w was glad Ud the th cluli cluliwa clulwas i i
wa prospering pr > ptrine He H thought he wa all a amascot aIIaICOt amaicot
mascot He It had never t teen n connected onnn connectedwith I Iwllb
with a club he Mid Id that went nt rob lrokeie l >
ie e troiman i oik I that all 11 of 0 the theMove Ih themoves I
Move of the Ih Friars seem m to have hen I Ionward I I
onward and nd upward He II believed there therewas Ihlrfll therewas I
was w need for or the organltatlon or nlraUon and nd that It
had been of great benefit u t > the tb theatrical I I I
iuainea I IIn Mr r Frohman touched deftly
ou th the theatrical situation Mom folk
h hot Mt hltt iemed T1 mwllo to consider Mr ft Bhubert BhubertnfHtttfrird sobpr
nfHtttfrird I iIgfrWd determined d to slay the ffracon aql
I Mr Lrlangeri Mr Frohman wondered
when hen Br 8114 n i < wwild appear Ho U re recalled r ¬
called t that there was a dangerous Savage
Is the neighborhood neighborhoodAfter
After Augustus Thomas De Wolf nlr Hop II
per r Abraham U I Jacobs sail Wlllard D
oiey Cezey had talked Raymond Ra oad Hitchcock HitchcockfP
5401 I a fP ann song < oompoeid OMI for Rumaeya
I leI1 IeeIlt en 1 flt t The Tb rborua ran ranOk rasto
Ok o If Ilt Jw Juk > > lull Jack Jackwaer IteWM
waer Is tk f rnan rnanPoa1 run Urk UrkUoai hrkIoa <
Uoai i roi oj how we e seed aa r rare bin II
w WrS > r i lot rt r M rrea failed t seruier
w We Vv e frawk u acalMt A fbi Sahara Iff
tr Irt Hm JOM tUned yennelf
U4 a4 md a nmi
II I Ju JwH J ek Jark Jarkka J JWI
ka MB tkat f r9J y M krill
jTwTt
r Duffys DuffysApple OuffsSparkling s sSparkling
Sparkling SparklingApple SparklingApple
Apple Juice JuiceThe
The family beverage beveragepure
pure wholesome and andrefreihing andrefrelhingo andrefreshing
refreshing refreihingTh
4 4lllUlud
Th TI blUUM cloth l II > wtariac Ulal Ulalw 15151w5
w w5 ky r doeS dOlI yeti waali 11I ta lilt muse nuiAs4 museAle
Ale 4 tksi U IU parlor runt runtFor ruptro rugs rugsFor
For Ht Macwon fa oi take i leI t Itnay bua aw e yvurt ura n tat 1stFriar talFriarU tatFriar
Friar FriarU Al Jacobs on behalf of the th club clubnrcaanUd clubprtaInttd clubptcantad
nrcaanUd a silver loving cup tn Mr Rum Rumter Ruma4f Rutse7
ter and Mis M 4r Rtimsey Rumae reeentcd > also on onbehalf 110bel1a11 usbe1l
behalf 01 0 the clot duh a gold watch and ADdto seal sealto sealto
to Ryn Wallrr Vlkc the th cartoonist cartoonUtAfter ttoonlatArter cartoonistAfter
After that the curtain rolled back on onthe oaLb onthe
the Lb ballroom cm stafe and Id the Friar Fit Mt Mtlate M Mlat eat1t
lat late appUuding George Evans Paula PaulaEdward PaulaEdnt PaulaEdwards
Edward Jullis Tannen William Hock Hockand 114c1cand ROCkand
and other nth who did vaudevilh stunts stuntsTO studsTI CUQteTU
TO ritOttK STEEL IfiDVUTRY IfiDVUTRYKcnste 1iDtTIINfttal
Senate Orders larc laetUtat tUatl a Inte Int nt Condb Condblien Condielion Condilions
lien ef f Knplftyraent KnplftyraentUniuxintx Impll1lltlltt mplGyinentWieiitxiinx
Uniuxintx t UIIIXIIIof Jun M ConditIon of ofemployment ormllollnllIt ofmpIoyulcIlt
employment prevailing In the Iron and andtr Lidtrl nd
tr trl l Inrluatrte la the United < l State Stctewith Statewith ta O Ollh I
with llh the I detail d tU ronoernlng wage w paid paidthe paidthe Id Idthl I
the hours hou of labor a day and the number numberof
of day d days labor a week and nd the th number numberemployed numbertmlloyed numberemployed
employed are re tn I IIf made the subject of ofiminodiat orImIOltIIa oflmmeiliat
iminodiat IntvatiraUon by the Depart Departnent wopartlInl flpartnnt
nent of Commerce and tabor through throughthe
the Ubor bureau at t the result of the theadoption lhedoptilln theadoption
adoption by the Senate today a of a re rhOlu rhOlutlonllfrM renlutInnospred olu olution
tion tlonllfrM ottered by enatnr IVirali of Idaho IdahoTVre IdahoffI IdahoThere
There ffI wa AI etijeoUon to the adoption adoptionof
of the tto resolution T11I0111 tlon by Senator Smith of ofSouth ortoulh ofSouth
South Carolina who bo maintained that It Ithould ItholId ithouild
hould be referred to the Htnat Mntiinltte a com cominltu ronlInltte
Inltte appointed to Investigate the high highcost hlahCOtt highcost
cost of living of which he is a member memberIhe memberthe
the 1 hft report of the maiorlty of the Ih High IIIrhI 111gbdAt
Cost dAt I of llviiia Cninmlttr w wa ridiculed
by Senator nator Smith who ho harcrd that thatthe thatth thatthc
the th preliminary offering of the com committee Ommitt rumtnlttre ¬
mittee mitt today Ind wa made public at this thistime tbl tblIInw thlhow
time fur the tf purpose of inftnencinc the therrwilt th theriaiilt
rrwilt 1111 of the eKtlona lie std that thattke Ihatt
the t report dealt with a are few tariff sched hNt
I III nle l hut it DOt with the Lb tariff aa a aubject aubjectHe t
He 11 doe not think the report I la worth worththe worthIhl worththe
the pup par r It la I written on and nd charged chargedthat char charIht chargedthat
that u imrpcee 1s political II tical Senator SenatorKmith Iiona IionaI HenatorSmith
Smith maintained ma 1rtlOtt o n d that the Investigation Investigationot
ot the hIgh met of Heist Hln should be com comti conp11
I ti p11 t 110 liefore any an report Is I submitted submittedtolli
tolli 10 to Ita S CWn nat andhejpremedth and he aepreesed t the oninln oninlnthai opllllnlha opIriInthat
thai the investigation Into nto Iron soil n steel steelcondition IHItOMIUont steelcondition
condition should be made m by the High HighCot IIlIchCClllt highi
Cot of I h hln hing Ing Committee Cnmmlttesnir Committeesill
I II i
I snir svttMnr
SCADM SCADMFerelgn 34VDhIrercian
I Irrttn
Ferelgn Kieamthlp Intrmts marsed marsedfilth nsncPdlIh Isarirdlttth
filth lIh Oppo OPlIOtnc < m Subsidy fill ntlLWAWIXOTOK nulW fillI
WAWIXOTOK W AIIHLQTOIf June 23 That the for foreign torteulIh forrign ¬
I
eign steamship t teulIh am hip p interest constitute the themot Ihti
i mot dangerous tru trust t now operating In Inithe Inthe I I It
ithe t the United hutea blat it I the Lb eubetance of a acharge aIrhArae aehattge
charge nude loduy to before the tb pMi11 pMi11I pe iil iilt
I House committee mlolt whioh I te nuking an aninquiry 111lnqulry aninquL
inquiry inquL Into the ship subsidy ulJlid scandal noaadali IIOnldailnlhrop scandalWinthrop
i lnthrop U I Marvin form tnrmr r HNI eoretr7 cret ry of orth ofthe j jthe
the th Merrhtnt M hnt Mann arinll Commission wa wathe w
the 11 RUUI who I > ild ad h tit rwn reepeete 1 < < cU to the theforeign IhIIullll th thforelgnatcemehlprmpnnle
foreign steamnhlprmpnnle IIlTIIIhlpf mlRlI He charged chargedi
i tht th t these oimcnrns CfIrna wen actlvu ell cIty vu in op oppoking oppoIlnll opposing
poking legislation before Congress and andthat nel neltMt
ttht that the North German Lloyd hvi sent sentout Hntou sentout
out ou letter tint imount amounted l to an effort elforlto
to prevent the pAoaage of a ship subsidy
II bill > UI Mr Marvin also declared that > I the theHsmburgAnierie WelImburiblllOrlCn theIfsmhurgtmerk
HsmburgAnierie ji which bioi li I alleged IIII to tobe Ifbe tobe
be a part of f tne steamship trust WM WMt witUleteit 4 4tlIl1
t ffllitte < t with the Lb ImperLI German cloy Government OovlOrnmnt cloyemment ¬
ernment ernmentMyron lOrnmntIyron emmentMyron
Myron T Herrick former Gremnr of ofOhii nrObi ofOhio
Obi rppeired 1lP l Iror for the committee committeet CO conimitteetiidy lD Ue UetJy
t tJy < MJr During the Ih heiring beuin m the Ib chip uhlpuli chipsubsidy hlpulidy
subsidy uli > dx cae c se thera hv l IJ > een frr4UMit frr4UMitc rrequltltrrrnl fquentrafrrme3
rrrnl j t > c v tntributloa of UuoO WO tnrde IlIfdllbr inedeby
by br iir r lit lIlrridl rriik to I further tne pr I > r pagjia IAMI IAMIIi < tA tAlot
lot Ii th Meroiint ler lat Mtrin League Loo cue Mr MrIltrrtdt Ir
lUrrlck t tld ld tb the r imiilter th Iht t the fund fundWM fundwas undt
WM t vntributeii by lv It hunine IlUII n men r elevetand < f fCleveUnd r4v
CleveUnd 4v nd rll t 11 of whom were re lnt InttreootOlI InttreootOlIIrl < ret < xl xlin
in the Ih upbuilding f th the Ameriuui mrlll II m mar merchut marchuI r rchUt
chUt tntriae tnttl thou th thruk oll h the prvmeat prYm 11 of ofut orulo ofutatdia
ut ulo utatdia > tde ldl r pa vropuaed by the Ih Humphrey 11111111 > 1l1
bil h 1
NemlnsMem l II > the rrrtUlrnt rrrtUlrntUvSHtsorux PrrsldrntHlOrii I IAAHttaru
UvSHtsorux AAHttaru June 33 Pr PrCr1 ucrt Tall Tallsent Taftsent
sent th IIIe e nomInations InitloRI to thj Ih h s icaat oaie I to today 1 1iay I
iay dayI iayh i it
h t I H HrltM rl 1 of s Xe e Mril 1lfel < to I > e 5 54I e e4dt
4dt 1 JiH JIIIt > tire of the Ih Hui K ifIfI > rem Court COt o 01 ofK ofIura4ki New w I IM
M 1ICfI 1ICfIIlHl IK K I I IuraeMu I I
uraeMu IlHl t > Murane at r th Uak k i re I It II i I Itinted
tinted t II Aum utr Judge IHvltlon > 1 DWrktl DWrktlof Iotrkt I Iif
of if Uh Uhf 51155iorg U UI
I iorg tort f It Walker nf 0 f IIIL OkUkom to M MI I II
I ailed 01 < Mtalet nt Uliirne lnrrl Ileein lvl > W > n 1 UN UNirkt 11 11Irk IlkIrkt
irkt nf u laIr ttskaPalner ka i iPs Ir
Ps r Palner loltr litMi r Ii VantKkle aoll < lLl at Uaiawau UaiawauN aA aASI
N SI I KAUnenoffat al llfre V s lien lienrui I It
rui t ishint Inner r Hi 1 lOft HkhiHenJ N t John Johnbanner Johnunr JohnWiener
banner unr at Lone lou IsLand Clt UI and llruf llruft
t Holt 11 at Canaan lonn lonnrarr lonnrarr Eonslsrr
I IWAIIIlII
rarr Thank Taft far the theW UHtCt CIIMoGoJi1 O
W WAIIIlII HIIIK > III > X June Ji1 lln e jj She iv Treasury Trhlry11ItlTl1 TteaiirleetmnI
lelm nl will 11 annoum 11 OfII 11 pruJAily tj tjmorrow t tmurmw timorrow
morrow what prt uf the JIOI tlmmo > nno Serp Serp1P7 > erre erretrj tf tfty
trj laoVeaih ha baa awided to t Illel 11I11101 < anl
IAT I will l bIIIn 1w > e girrn Ivrn M I him hlmit at t onto and whit wnitI wMIJaIl
I JaIl ait will IM I > paid later Mr fr r Iarr M pent krentcoerral pentovrrM
ovrrM 1 rill hour In Washington tod
With F J II Kracke naval uillcer of th the theInrt
Port of ISe New ork and d Iteprnwntaiivn Iteprnwntaiivnocka
Iok I ocka of lln 1Ioklyn > oklyn he h called 11 at t the While Wbi 11I1ftll1
HUIIM tll1 Mr 1 l Ia tar r wanted nt1 t thank th thi the
Iirfidxnl i I1II for the tIe reward r Ard He II aim a wanted wantedtj wantedIpli
tj I tell Mr lr r TAft that tht ItoriH > tarie that he hewaa h hwu hewas
was not satisfied with Ith the amount awarded awanMta wlIl wlIlto
ta t him wire Incorrect Incorrectntll
I
ntll le t Repeal Part ef r Mew ItallreM Law LawWjmHtNOTOK LawAIIHIMOTOIfJUnll LawWARHINOTO
WjmHtNOTOK AIIHIMOTOIfJUnll June n A t bill wa waIntroduced wasInttIsc4 II IIInlrbIICftft
Introduced In the Ih Senate today by b Hen Senator HenInr Hensbr
tor Paxnn of Georgia fpoatn proponing the tb re repeal repeal ¬
peal nf that section nf II the railway act
jut pawexj r by Tongrea onu engross which creates createsthe createsLbs
the Court of Commerc Th The unMirfm amt t
offered nff by h Senator Bacon provide riY1i4 if ifth for
the th appointment of flv flee judge Ju S bavfog bavfogall
all 11 th the pouters JII of United < Mute Circuit
Judges Jud but limits their Jurisdiction ei eicluNvely iielusively
cluNvely to the Ih Court C urt of Commerce olllIIrce The Thenew Th Thn Thenew
new n law provide that at 1 the expiration eipirationof
of five ve year the Court of Commerce
Judge Iud may myllll alt a as Judge of th the Circuit
Court Courfellas Courtl Courtela
fellas l Resist Uelag t to WaantngUn WUbIntnLn41 WsahlngtenIjniiI
Umta Ln41 and an t Angelc Olla Ia of Ht Ixxiis Ixxiisi luIawho
I Ii
who have been Indicted In the District Districtof
of Columbia In the Oovernmenf 11Imenl bucket I Ishop I Ihop Ishop
shop crusade were again before United I II
States CommtMionor Shields yesterday terr1ay terr1ayAflernoon i iafternoon
afternoon no removal proceeding IrOCf Both Bothmenace
men menace are puttlngupa vigorous fight II against againstremoval I I Iremoval
removal to Washington and afed Air yeiter
day that the charge be dlsralMed on th tbe e egroiiil
ground that th the Indlctmnnt charged chargedan
an offence orreno against a D the Ih United Unitedwhit Htale Htalewhile I
while blle describing dbl an n offence 0140 against ain the thetrlc
District trlc of Columbia Commissioner
Shields bllda denied I the th motion mlo Comlll to dlamU dlamUand dll dISmISIsod I
and ad directed dlr that th the examination ualntl go on ontoday o ontoday
today todayLast toy todayIast 1 I
Last 1 ef f Insurance M Indletmenti Intau Dismissed DUmtssedThe Dlml
The Te last It of th the Indictments Indcment following followingth rollnl rollnlthe
th the Investigation InMlpn of the Armstrong Arlrae aonv aonvmlttee m mmotifs
motifs mill In I Insurant lalro affair aaln In hoe 1 were I
disposed dlpN ot yesterday YMley when wl Justice Juto Tar Termm A
mm tn 31 1 Davis Dm In II th te the Supreme Spte Court dis dismissed damissed ¬
missed miu two ladlctineatafor ladlclla ror forgery ror againat c
John R Hegeexan B president prdlt of the tb Metro MetroElltaa Me MetroelItan ln
Elltaa elItan Lit Life iDsuraao 1lrao Company CmUY The Thestrict 11e
strict Dtc Attorney A lre did dd not 1 reeomm reeommen4 < Md th thoHserissa the
oHserissa da of the l 4ietffieto rf Morgan
te Ic
LCSisS J QHrtest f onuosl > ttScotT811 U lrIe for Nogerean WOtp IRed
t lbs ippigesM wIth t 1 the C Cowl e
THE TH BIGHOSTP HIH 111611 CST GUST OF LIVING LIVINGSKATOlt LING LING5tYTon LIVINGSLV4T011
SKATOlt 5tYTon HOMfrX llt COHUITTKK COHUITTKKJtBJfJTf COVJITSK COVJITSKtBJIT OMM1TTM5VIJMIT
JtBJfJTf tBJIT IMPORT IMPORTII n or orI
II I Ultra a Variety a ef 1 Beaseot eeses CftlMy nut In Inerred 11 Increased
erred rant eat of t PrwtaetlMi and In InTeased 1 Inrtsird
fM Iat a
Teased Demand Fredaet Fredaetquite Irductsquite
tU Ua for Vans t Puel Puelqute
quite qute Vure I tt ti lbs > TheiR U I We f It Factor KaetrWatmxoTON FactorWA5OIXOTON alrWUlaH
WatmxoTON WUlaH June UO n 23The The Te lUpubU lUpubUotn fpubU fpubUa
can a members mare of o the 1 Senate tn high b cost costot cl clo costof
ot o living Ur committee committ hare h absolved b the thePayneAMrich thePAlch theP7fleAldlcb
PayneAMrich PAlch tariff tI law lw from rr any a blame blamofor blm blamefog
for the upward tread of price and have haveplaced h haveplaced
o
uwa t o 1
pc
placed plc th te the responsibility repabII upon uj I IT a large largevariety I largesriety
variety ty of o oauer oauerThe D u ucs ucsTb
The T Tb Democrats Do on o the te committee ommlte do donot doIt
not It 5 agree aa with their tei ttepnbllcan laba brethren bretlirenand ba
and have protested against the character characterof
a hY prolte pt cclOr cclOro
of o the te finding lp They n kicked kicke so 1 vigor vigorously daorolr vigorousir ¬
ously that I th the committee omltt finally fllT author authorIsedFthem authorlsmftbetn uto
IsedFthem latbe to employ an expert upI to t go over overth onrte overthe
th the majority report and prepare the theminority theminoritys
te mot rp a p to totl
minority tl flenate flenateAmong 8t 8tAmol 8enateAmong view T for t submission ublo to th thflenate te te8t the the8enate
Among the te cause c contributing ctlbul < to t the thehigh Lbeh thehigh
h high price pric aa Henator Hntr Lodge Lp and nd hla hlaRepublican hl hi hiRepubUcn
Republican BPUbUDD colleague oUecuN on 0 the te committee committeeview ommtte
view th te the situation atuUO are areIncreased ar arInmued areIncreased
Increased rot t of production pructo of farm farmproducts lam lamI farmPFO4IIICU
products prohlc by b reason rul of hlgh hlbr higher r land la value valueand yalue yaluea valuesand
and hIgher wages wsaeIncred WUNIner wagesIncreased
a ha
I Increased Iner demand ma fur lu farm product productand productsand ruele ruelead
and ad food foodfthlftlnc ro foodMblftlng
fthlftlnc SIn In of the population ppulatloa from food foodprod lo foodproducing
prod producing rurln urine to food ro consuming lumlnl occupation occupationand wUPUOI
and ad localities localitiesImmigration IIU IIUImmlullna localitiesImmigration
Immigration tn food fl cnumln umlnloIU umlnloIUReur locslltle locslltleReduced IocslltiReduced
Reduced Reur fertility frll of land ID resulting ultn In Inlower lat Inlower
lower t average r production pruetoa or In I increased increasedtpendlture Inc1 Increasedxpndlturi
aspadlu tpendlture for fertilisation fertilisationIncreased lrUUc frthhaaUon1csed
Increased JIra banking bIID facilities lt In I arrlcul arrlcultural aulculSinai Ieul Ieultual
Sinai tual localities lolll which enable farm ra farmers rs to totold t tohold
told bld their crop crop and market mrkt to t the b lt best t ad adTantare adyantage d dTa
Tantare TantareReduced Ta yantageRetluied
Reduced nu supply convenient 1ellellt to trans transportation tal talptOD tresspoitetlon ¬
portation ptOD facilities aeIU of such commoditIes roromodlttei tmmolll tmmollle
as i e timber timberCold UmrCld limberCold
Cold Cld storage Lnr plant laDla Increased lor coat l of ofdistribution ofdistrIbution r rdtrtbtoa
distribution dtrtbtoa Industrial Inuatn1 combinations rmboUo or orcaaisatlon orRalton organIatton
caaisatlon Ralton of producers prducn or ot dal dalf dalrs rs ad advrtllnc advirtisini d dYrlaln
vrtllnc Yrlaln Increased IDtr mooney IIr supply lu lr over overcapitalization oropltUUOD overcapItalIzatIon
capitalization opltUUOD and d higher hlber standard tdd of living livlncThe lvI livingThe
The committee cmlolt doe dO not DO SkCI lect lt any anyrne ay ayme anyno
rne no cause cU a as contributing ontbUI mom mo to the thegeneral tbelenrl thegeneral
general lenrl higher hl r price IlrlO than t another Moter but butfrom burr butfrom
from rr the Importance IJDpc given Iv In the Iht report reportto rporl rporlto
to the Increased lla coat ct ot 0 farm r product productIt pru
It is aonarent Dnrtnl the committee cmite deem deA thi thl1 this
factor ra factorthemost the Iie moat mot Important Imptl in i the general generalupward pnllupard generalupward
I upward moyement movementThe moyementTe
The Te committee ommitH found tou that tht wholesale wholesaleprice whollI wholesaleprices
I price o or the principal commodities Ir Irthe Irj irthe
prl te lrlndrl rmmltle
j the United d But BltN States In II March 1h 1910 180 were ro
31 21 5 1 per pr cent nnl above bn wholesale hoJt prices priceafor pt pricesfor
for ro the tb Mine commodities Immoll In March MarchIMO Marchlfl I h
IMO 11 The largest IrHt advance went 1 In Infann laIann Isfans
fans product pructl Hoit 10 and an hop hn jumped jumpedmore Jump
more than 100 11 It per pr rent can4 nl The advance advancein dYant
in I farm product Irucu the th cornmittew omit asserts awerUwaa assertswas rta rtatc
was twice tc a La great Cfl at the advance adnlC In Ini Inlothr
i other I food ro foodOf
1 Of o fortyeight rorty l ht article artldf ot food to thirty thirtyfive thirtyI thirtydye
five I showed howt iuereaM cIt in this lorio lorioI period periodThirtynine riod
I Thirtynine Tlrynln out of forty fortyseven ev n article articleof artlc1sor rtlr
of o clothing aim i1 rout Ot mor than in inTh 1 JJ JJThr IPIJ IPIJItoc <
Th Thr r h had d tern t1 IncrtM iRC tncrts in ten I u out of ofthirtythrw ofthirtythree I Ithlrtytht
thirtythrw thlrtytht pomniodltk Omoltk m II the m mUI mUIa mtaland ul uland
and a tank I Iklt iwnt group IrO The Th report fffrt JY JYIn sty styIn r rIn
In vie YI vIes of ike Ie fact that lnerei Iwr e have havebeen M Mbn havehien
been bn MI tuuli I trotter Hi II product iowlnir iowlnireither lomll toialneither
either hr dire lrtl ll tb > or r bodice tflrp < II from the I firm firmth lam lamll farmthin
th ll thin n in any an ether Mh < tie m eirerdne fllne product productof prl
of I Ih the h f frest oreal tl i 1fORdMI he becomluslen rent la ton mileS mII be p pthat rearfced rearfcedlhat tuJd tuJdIh
that Ih iheinM II IIW Important 1lr bl esuseoftherreseitt esuseoftherreseittadvan IM ot ollh the prf t11 t11adnnel Bt Btadvin
advin adnnel < I to t b be fouad folo In Ike It Mudjr fld of firm firmThe ram ramco farmcon4lt
co con4lt HMI wise wiseThe
The 10 ie IPInJ Iestlmenr tln nr of < f pracllcallir 1Ial1 all wit witwho H Hhu 1M 1Mwh >
wh who hu have Iwe been bA famttUr lamia fainl + iar sith llb lb farm farmlkrtl raln rondi ronditkesaLtoIkeeertIkat JI
ll tkesaLtoIkeeertIkat lkrtl I to the I l effect I that llh lhe theo M I < of oftlou proiuc proiucthou
Pw
thou 10 of farm tam arm prod prodwl b be > > rises rn very verydurlnt Yt rpl rpldlrlnt rapidly rapidlydrlnt
durlnt lh the list 11 1e ten If1 reir ttu wages 2 of farm farwho ram rampi farmband
ho pi < 1 h hey e mried rrla on in I avera aveMP It e of ofabout 01sbUI ofbou
about sbUI bou eu I per pr eat < entsnd nd l the t original orlnt Invett Invettni 111 111nnl Incestjmaul
ni maul nl nee 1ur nesairr < uirr to It eure ur U land lant ha h i Jlraro pratt prattIl > rati ratiill
ill 1 Il itouliled < ouhlP In II i Iit 0 l period 110 The 1h tkliiw tkliiwof rblu rblunl IInes IInesof
of It 11 the slum 118 wu so I Is liUiprietrlat dklp ulc and n IB IBnviar 18mJ ininlay
inlay loulti IIUI LoaIIiui x the crop O avenge r van D Drnlllllnf b briilmolnei be bepitlntatned
riilmolnei rnlllllnf only by the It u tile e f of eipn UIIf UIIfIIIZ sentve sentvefertilizers lve lvefertUUen
fertilizers IIIZ by ret rotatIon 1rOR iton of trot fll or 0 h hallow hItwlne halifleinc >
allow alifleinc Itwlne ins the lb ir round wlnd to 1 lie le f sHow Wfl 1 The Thexipplr Tb Tbsupplr
xipplr 1111 of < I avilliMe nslhb lorernmrnt onnlf nndi no for forxenenil rorIOn11 foraenerI
xenenil IOn11 farmlnt lemln Ma Ia been In IntMII IntMIIdile imlerMllr re reduced ccilistod ¬
duced dile and M ib lb the caRtel rlR ar I are helm In PMWlf NIII NIIIut rit1JIyUt i iut
< ut up 1 tftie 111 betne hem far Mlllen Uler The T > M w usi usiof I Iof
of produ Iruduil troIuiM in < Mr 1 stk n < rk k t 11 baa an ultlerlally 1lel Hi Hirabce Hu inreid
u reid a 1 I ib h al Ih Ihrabe the theran
111MU
rabce ran
Wttns n + arree rr r < itnl famine 1ltne op enlen enlenn owrtIena owrtIenasafe r tlen tlennere
safe n nnJnie1 I at a I 1011 M nr 0 al l best e t al only onlru Pflr
a very 0 a ikebi aria A n poit l fiat evral evralG yerl yerliIs
> G u iIs 51 ilw I nut hi ilurtartlm doctor fI II Ike HM MI i tao o nr nridree rr rrIht scthree
three Iht M vesra ir lii ha iirm lmln iirnt ti > hrnabio been IbIO able so tt cot eture eturefuir iii iiiS
S fair f1 rH resura rn Ia n tUetr I Ir utw > lr ami aa investment utvmtatentHrnttor H investmentHenstur IInr IInrnllr
Hrnttor nllr Ufdtr Ldj and 81 bU 11 wMlnaRtK OIMR re repert ffprt repert
pert prt that huh whtr whi r frWeS t of u fuss and JI food foodproduct ro foodproduct
have haveaiivnMvd IOUIYlt haveadvanced
product rollleta of dnmestta dnll11 production pruelo
advanced IYlt clove tll 1B0 10 m t n much muh sTreater sTreaterproportion f1r f1rrrlJrtlMI aresterprntwirtion
proportion rrlJrtlMI in the th United Cnll States ttN than Ibn they therhne th thM theyhave
have M in the thl > Unlt lnl United l Kineilom Ilnclem they tb have hntKImply M Mlfy havesimply
Imply brett mi sppr pJIIIhllll > MPhing more ON nearly nearlythe Mul MulIh
the Ih world level Itv of f prim P r It I i Is pit pointed out outthat oullhl outttat 1
that lhl pry prices r in II linn 11 were we all al en e a much muchhigher mul mulbahr muchhi
level In the Lnitnl Kingdom than thanIn Inli
higher bahr hi ghr 111 th Lrllln < nn
In li the United Uni State and n1 for Ifr thi tt this r n1n reson ion i iprice i irriC tIn
price rriC in the Ib United lIIU1 State Sti have mad madnn I I1RIIr mada
n greater 1RIIr porrvntage rt r adv adal advance < u > oe > In the theInfMenlng Ihf theintervening
prlJ
intervening Intlnllnt VKPI n The T Tb report T1pt points Plt out outfurther outrurlhr nutfurther
further ttnl tll tb tbp > > proportion ffrtlon of advance Inne In Inthx I Intbs
tbs Ih turn I prridurt flruc has t nMo nJo boen grent grentsince grentsince rPt rPtIC
since IC hIts I in Cunarli lah Autrin Kuwit and andBulgaria anlHuhta anIltilgarla
Bulgaria Huhta r tt tho fte mlvuntnt alvn nearly paralleling parallelingthose prlllIna prlllInaLbOflin
those LbOflin in the Ih United Illto Htate HI4 The committee committeeholds romrltf committeeholds
holds hold tint t1 the th cnurne < ur of r price prlC in the theUnited theUnited h
United 1nl fitat 8lt Htatee end in foreign lOT1lc countries countriesin CJt
in Ii in the th nature turfl of a I world levelling Inelinc ot otprll ofprkes < > f fprirvet
prirvet prirvetThe
The Th retail fftt pric prIes M In the United tnlO HUton HUtonine Miatessiiwe I
ine 11 l Ilt 15W o how a greater tlr advance than thanwholnvte lbn lbnwhole thanwho1ewte
whole for such ICI article nrtlll a 5 hotter luiltorugar hottersugar ulr ulrupr
sugar eegn and com m kind klnd of meat meatIbit i iThe
The 114 retail ff11 prices pril for baron Me have Increased Increasedmore Inc 1 1mor
more mor than 70 1 FT pr rent sine lnO IK 11 isco for forlard rarI fortlard
lard I 110 per r cent Ct and for comment corms M I per percent pr p pcoot I Ic
cent centIn c cootIn t
In II regard npnl to the tiriff trlr the report ffprt eaya eayaTbe systhe ya yaTI
the TI tariff lr seem etr m lo have buO been M DO material materialfactor maerlll materialfactor
factor la I causing CUln Ih the sdraiM adune In piles pricssduring pr pilesduring I
during the pall ilersde rI The 1 great ff ad sdtibte adtlt advabtes
tibte tlt hat ha been ba made mae In I rommftdllle rommftdllleuoon rommoil ommodIsiosnoon
noon whIch whih the tariff Irf Iart haa h Hill 111 or no effect 10 I
ugn
and a lh be absolute hlul removal rlfu of o the lb tariff IAI tariffmany on onmany ODmDY
many of lh thus e commodities rmmoll could not have haveafforded haf hafalonH hiveafforded
afforded alonH relief Ilr at t the tb present pft lime 1m lhnefor far the thereaaon Iboun thereason
reason un that price prlM of lbs Ib commodllle commodlllewith < mmoUI
with 11 a few re exceptIons erplna were wr aa a Mf high h or hlh hlle higher higherin r rIn
In other olbf ioiintrie lUDlr than Iha In the lh tb United Unitedfltata Cale lnIiodMates
Mates fltataj StaM MatesThe
j StaMTe The Te croup naup of 0 ankle anl1 which have chews inownthe tlWD tlWDI chewsthe
the I created ul advance dl the products Prucl of the Ihean lb lbforest
I forest and an the products prU1 of the Ib farmare rnp rnpIh fsnuarethoos
I tho4 Ih for 01 wbkh thor ha h has been practically practicallynochant prlear prlearDO prctkaflynochange
nochant DO hnln In tariff Irf during the IhII taut ten te years yearsitber rear rearNeither
Neither lber itber have bUlbN there been bD any changes IblM during durlncthe dlrn duringthe
I the Ih la last t twenty lfl yean J whkh hlh could culd In any a way wyaull wayaecoudi
1 account aull for the I b Increax IDeeM In price pte The Te Tb tariff tariffof tArl tariffacts
acts < of IU4 t 111 l t and l 11 flaw o hare hy mad no noI n nI sicchange
I I change eha which to any n appreciable PPflab decree decreemeaaure der degreemeasure
measure meu the lb change oaa In II prices pne which have haveoaken bukm havezakn
oaken km place placeThe pi pliesThe
The T tariff Irl act rt of floe I made no marked mrlLf
I chance cha In farm product proula and nd foodstuffs foodaiuffilha rOldl rOldlIh
lha Ih article a1kd grouped lru by h t Ihelr tbetartff be U riff acu a under undereh wfr wfrI underechedut
Ibaula echedut eh dul 0 I agricultural rellurJ products Prll ul 4 pro prollon prolllna provisions
I visions llon lllna and schedule Ihul K sugar I molaaw molaawand I
and n manufacture manufactureWhere maollaIul manufacturesWhere
Where Whr alteration lelol were e made mae In rate ratethey relMIbJ sat satthey
they were wer chiefly fbn In the Ih direction dltlon of reduc reduction ruc rucIlona rsduolion ¬
lion Tet el t suchehanges u uch < h hanceu hnle as have b been bn read readInthe ma madelntha
Inthe tariff In lne these schedule have b
lrl 11 hful appar apparently appr apprenltJ sppainily ¬
ently had b oo O effect rtt on price prlO a as almost almoatwithout almostwilbOult 1101 1101WILlol1
without WILlol1 a ilMl 111 etceptlon 1 ID the price pr bare bareadvanced bn bnayaee haveadvanced
advanced ayaee materially merlUr sine al the lb paatac p of oflike ortl ofthe
like tl act f without wibwt any r distinction cUntoD aa to t whether whetherthe lelbr lelbrtbt
the tariff 1r wa was InereaMd ln or d dr decreased decreasedThe erad eradThe
The T committee Cm hold b that tt labor lbr union
hare I not ao been b responsible for to forcrauid the t UI Is Iscreated I IC
created ooat o of manufaetwred urMoke gr4l gr4lThe
C Mta
The n eommWWe MI found rG that tt the 1 tadtttrLtl tadtttrLtleombinaUnM 18r1 lMesi lMesioh4aUnn
eombinaUnM bU and a ortanlnUona MIMU of rV rVUHera tl tltailors
tailors sad a wb4 w whohesajirs eal ra had M M M 1 to I ahutM o f
A
Single Sinle Blade BladeShaved BladeShaved BladeShaved
Shaved ShavedMr
Mr Ingersoll IngersollTwo Inersn IngersollTwo
Two Years YearsMi Yel YelMI YearsInprsdl
Mi Intmoll II I ii of lojtr lojtrwllDdlir 11S lugerLvs
Lvs wllDdlir 11 fl b1 Dcflsr Witch note nottHe IC ICHe noteHe
He k tn a AntoStrop Razor Razorcnthniitt Ra RaC Rsscrcnthwias
cnthwiasMost cnthniitt cnthniittMoit
C
Most Mlt hwe he hivebeen been b pretty ctiy good goodtairinf goodshiingor
tairinf wYlo or Mr lottnoll bla IvgenoflwoWd IvgenoflwoWdDot p woald woaldoat wd wdD a
oat D hive hn byestnck ituek Ik to t toonsbadetbr toonsbadetbrtwo on Ot blade ba for fortwo f
two rein reinYou
t TCa ycars ycarsYondcntrcmovethe
You Yo Yondcntrcmovethe dont rtmorc rm the blade blidVto
ct te b
to t sharpen or o clean dW Auto Autortfsdcallv Auo Auoalyt AutouttJcalIT
lu
rtfsdcallv alyt strops iudf ldr No Noother Nooe Noother
other oe razor r does d ibis thbGet t ibisGct
4 Get Ge an a AatoStrop Att Safer SaferRtMr s Sfcty
Razor R Try TI it I It it does doesBOtthrc d doesnot
BOtthrc D not give 700 10 a head hrd barber barbershare b bssbcrshave
share n e tile tae II back Dealer DealerUi Dee Dealerhas
I has Ui authority 111 from w I to t r reudyonr refund refundroar
TO yonr roar money moneyWill 11 11Wlyo moneywill
Will Wlyo yon yo pot pt it I kofsnd off o and for foret l Eitget
a get et h I korwm or o will w yiw yongetonc yongetoncdde jet C one onelib o
3
lib
d morning raornbfTry moia moiaTr
Try Tr k I at ear r > miesitisisg m entni won tessi7
117 Fifth r Assess MM ijri Stnri StnriZTTTT II StnatZnvy
ZTTTT 1f Znvy ccBrnncMfi c cJw fit f shaving I i I icl4lgsth D De M MUiitl
e cl4lgsth Uiitl e whatever wln what
9t fi DEGREES YESTEIWW YESTEIWWKame lESTERntm
manse m Heat 1 Premised Pml fr T IsdayIt < trlt aJ1 Was WasITerse WasWrs 1 11fr
ITerse 1fr ta f the Ce th Streets StreetsThe StreetsThe tto
The official otd thermometer Ihermometr Indorsed Indo the thefear te tera thefears
fear of I Its It
prophets yesterday ytery by beating beatingthe bUnl bUnlth
the th record Nrd of the Ih summer two days daJ old oldand oldand oldand
and by hYlolnl going the last Jt day of the Ih Infernal Infernalvernal Iler1 Iler1fml Infernalvernal
vernal fml season one better bttr that la the mer mercury merery mercury ¬
cury ery ro r rose e > to t II IIDown IIDown
Down Do in the street tll even the shaded a In Instruments InI ¬
I struments tmnl marked d from rr IJ t to H degree degreedepending d dI degreedepending <
I depending on situation Itutlna and I in the sun ICS IfOdegrees JMd ICSddgTPf
degrees d waa the nil rl Down Pn in I the Ih sub subway Ibj Ibjway ribway ¬
way which wan not liberally Ibrlly ptrIzd patronized patronizedIn I IIn
In the hotte hOIMI hottest t hours hot the temperature lemptituN was waaunfit Wa wasunfit
unfit un tt for record or publication publicationTho I IThe
rn pbl lon
The humidity humidiy was high hlrb in the tll early earlymorning earlymorning rly
morning momlll and 1t the thermometer uroetr wa w from fromtwo frla frlato fromtwo I
two In five n fly degrros dl or more higher than thantin lhanU thanSb
tin U lay I 1 before brnN The Ttl stored lor up caloric cric of ofUvo oto
Uvo o hot bt i days dy helped help the sun u a bit and nd the theh tbeh thehen
h h hen a demons df ot began Ilpl dancing dat for the 11 11Iml tireS tireStime ft rot rottime
time the Ih glaaa dotted Iron sidewalk sidewalksTh
Iml over olr Ilu dotte Irn Idwah i iThe IT i
The T Th mercury mrry reached th the climax at a I to Iodok ioLtck I It I
o odok oLtck i lock when hea hl the sky to the thl southwest southwestl southwestbegan tbNt
l began jt < ii 1 to darken darlLt a bit aa if there te might mightU mllht mllhtb
U b b > a chance of cooling Unl showers hidden hiddenbehind hdde Mddenb4I1W1
tanc a0Wf I
behind blml the screen I of heavy hn haze At Atmivtet Atauneet I II
mivtet I a sixteen alt mile mle brees IIU lire came 01ne out ot of ofthu ofthu j
thu tu west 1 where whe the prophets suspect suspected UI t t tthH i ithere ithere 1
there thH had 1 lon 1 thunderstorms llundreton too tolu tolunway far farnway faraway
nway oven U1 to be t heard hur aad the Iblte tenpera1 tenpera1ture tenperalitre
prai
ture Ilr wtnt tnt down several afrl degree dlt dltTe degreesThe I IThe I
The Te breeze shifted hlted to northwest nortbwet Utr Utrand ttr ttrGld <
and Gld then IP about 1111 937 oclock duk got around lunr arostntto j jto I
to It the northaut nOhNt allying uIlhono there for a while whileDie whie whileTI
Die 11 report rlr from NantuCket Sltwk and nd Block BlockaHoned Blo BlockIMancl
Jod IMancl aHoned 11 that a low 10 hid hidin h1di haddirt
di dirt in there th t and Ilat had h d created crfalll cooling tlne coolingshwia I Ith ItWt I
tWt shwia th Iht were fr felt even here h The Thent ThenIhftry Thentheasterly
nt theuterly nIhftry l b trezm > reM Z got Iot a fifteen rlth mile milegut mi mileg
gut I g II ut and all the th mercury went to M 8 But Bt the theprophets UleWIhl theprophets
prophets laud Ik tnat the Ih comparative rump rl1 cool coolnee coolflees fI fII
nee I would b b be short lived and ai we might mighteipoot mlehtlf mightexpect
expect lf juat jt aa high a temperature pratre today todayan todayaaweluidatiP o y yt
an aaweluidatiP we bad at t IP I P M I yesterday Yftrdy
Neatly SMI at al the t park pk of the Ih town tonlneud tonlneudII Includ Including IneludIns ¬
Ins II that at t th the flattery f Ury were ere patronltml patronltmlIT plrsICI plrsICII
IT I sleepers all al day yesterday tr and last lastBight wthljhl lastnight
Bight BightThe hljhl hljhlTI nightThe
The TI polio pl of Manhattan Manhana reported nportP yen yenIvriUy yeaterday H
IvriUy Iud fourteen lOlrI heat proxtratlons prtrallo twen twentvfour tl tpntvfour
I tvfour I ror cases C ot ecple > p found rond sick In the theetreet tl thetivt
etreet flNI and Id three iiudden lodd death clll no cause caueeelated cu causetatd
elated elatedDr IAtdOr tatdDr
Dr Samuel tml1 Sohrl Mh of 2 20 East Et lljtli U lh street alnt alntrJIIIIO streetreported
reported rJIIIIO to tlie 111lorort Coroners office of laM night nightthe nlihl nlihlIh nightthe
the Ih death lh of a Mn n Lnkowlti rIolt U S years yearsold yu yuod yearsold
old od of III East EI iMth loh street Iltt resulting NOultbl from fromthe rrm rrmIhfl fromthe
the heat nmtlTwo tt ttTwo heatTwo
Two death dflh and twentyone tWlflly prostra prostrations prOtratonl prostrationS ¬
tions tonl Wt were rre attributed tribut to the heat hNt by h the thellruoklyn th thehIrokIyii
llruoklyn IrvklYI pollen pi yesterday Ilrd Ulrc ieorge Sir Hargrant H Sirgeatit
grant 1I M year y old fell Iil enelea I and ad then thenlumltlrd thfnlumhlr theniuishlsd
lumltlrd lumhlr down ethic tAn at t hla h hi home hoe ton tonI IO 10fl3Flatlitiush
I iMlmnh tlhllb avenue nl He II died dN at 1 the Kings KingsCounty Klnl KingsCounty
County OUlly Hoipllal Emma Walters Walf 19 19yearn 10 10yatl soyiarc
yearn old Id 10Ipt of SB D Wave Crest Crt avenue Far FarKockaway FarItuckaway
Kockaway filed at Ht Marys 1Ia Hoepiul HoepiulSvlv IIPt IhepftalHylvio
Svlv Hyllo lo Carfiena lUIII srpena an n Italian ltehl undergoing undergoingtreatment undrlolnl undrlolnltllmnl undergoingtreatment
treatment tllmnl for a nervous Irou breakdown bndon at atDr atDr t tIr
Dr Ir Morton orton sanlatrlum Illrlum at a Eightyeighth EllhTILb EIghtyeighthetroet i irtrret i
rtrret and nd Fort ort Hamilton lallo avenue Fort FortHamilton Forthlantlltnn
Hamilton altn suddenly 8dnly stripped down to tohi 10hie tohis I
hi his flimsy nlm underclothes unlrllbHllera tipp yesterday afterj after afternoon rtr rtrnoo
noon noo and nd jumped out of 0 a second Ind story storywindow storywindow
window windw Jumf Before tlrO the thl attendants could couldprevent ol couldprevent tr
prevent prnl him hi be h was out ot of the grounds groundsanil end groundsand
and nd up Fort Hamilton Hait avenue avenueAt YIUI
f
At Kightysislh street II a oar o bound bad for forConey rorCnr foronsy
Coney onsy Island II and ad packed pce ed with ILb women womenand womenand on onand
and children mldrn came c along alc Carpena C tried triedto tri trit
to t get It aboard b to the te embarrassment embarrassmentof IlrMent IlrMentot
of the Ih passengers HA Ie was Wa put pl off oIter oItera otifter otiftera after aftera
a Mruggle Itrllle pncti Home le Someone one O had notified ntlffIIJ the thepolice Lbeplc thepolice
police plc and a soon a the reserve reaea were t after afterthe afterthe r rt
the t Italian It on a run rn
They Ter chased ebl him across lot Iot Iota to NInety NlnetyMyond NlntIlId NInetyeseond
I Myond IlId street Irt and n Seventh elb avenue anl where wherethere wherethere hne hneIheu
there In I a pond Jd Into this thl Carpena Carpenawaded a awaded
waded ade up to hi neck nek II fe lie stayed stayedfor taye r there therefor t
for half an n hour while hll a crowd on o th thah the theahore
ah hnre ore aided aide th Ih the police pli finally nly to t coax ooaxhim 0 coaxhim t
him back hck to land nd He U wa w taken te to t the thesanitarium te tenllrlum thesanitarium
sanitarium where hi hl his break brk wa was at attributed aitrlhulfd attrftutod ¬
tributed to th te the heat heatTo bt heatTo
To protect Ilrolf sleepers 1 on n the Coney C Island Islandbenches rllnd rllndb Islandbeaches
benches b CopS Cpt alike Hik Calvin Olru had h twenty twentypolicemen twentypolicemen
policemen lCln stationed tlo there ter but I night nightThere DllhlTh nightThere
There Th were eN two heat bt prostrations prlrtJo at atConey alConey atCushy
Coney Island lal yesterday try Mr I Fannie FanniFranoln FannieFrancis
Francis ranlll It year Jt old o who ho liven Un at t West WeatTwentyeeoond Wet WetTllyo WestTwentyescoml
street and nd Surf
Twentyeeoond Itl avenue avenuefell avenuefell fU fUr1
fell r1 off of a Sea S Gate Oat car or and a landed I on o her herhead hr hrhN herhead
head Hospital hN Kh Kh Mba unconscious uneonaciousMovements unconsciousSlevements wa taken tke to t th Ih the Coney C nf Island IslandHospital Jad JadHupltel hisndHospital
ucou ucout
Movements t ef 1 Naval IaTI Vessel VesselWiiKixoTO TeseslaWasgixovol tl tlW
WiiKixoTO W AllO June JUle JJThe 2Te battleship battleshipMaaaaehuaetta btllhp battleshipsMiasachuaetti
Maaaaehuaetta lult Indiana Idi and ad Iowa have havearrived bv havearrived I
arrived tiY at a Plymouth the gunboat abllllen Helena Helenaat
at Shanghai 8nbal the t cruiser mMr South Suth Dakota Dakotaat Dot fkotat
at a Talcahuano Tbhuo and ad th t the torpedo tordo brats toataReid tota totanld bratsHeld
Reid nld and Fluster Yt at Newport NewportTh Nwr NewportThe
Th Th torpedo tordo boats b MacDonough String 8tr
ham ton h for and Norfolk Norol Bailey ly have HcDauc smiled li from rrl Charles Charlton C Charleston
Navy J sI1 Orders OrdersWuitxfrroa O OrdersWsIlxEpTow
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Still till lore the th vTmrn mm Will 111 Ilin 1D ln Peaceably PeaceablyIf VaceablIf eftbl eftbltt
If rentble 11 1 FercBjIy It nst Hr HrHheM Ufo Ufobe lieShes
HheM be lUlling Ulln t Speak In England I IAsked If Ifkrd IfAsked
Asked krd bat Xet Eager t to On o te t Jail JailMr JailMrs aU aUUre
Mr O H P Belmont who 00 sail II on th thMauretanla the Lbe1Jauretanla theMauretanla
Mauretanla Juno 39 gave k farewell farewelInterview tarewell111Itentew farewellIntertce
Interview to suffrage enthusiasts yeater yeaterday yeaterday yistrIday
day 111Itentew afternoon in her office at t OS Fifth Fifthavenue firthaYtrlu FIfthavenue
avenue avenueI aYtrluI
I am going to spend d th the month of July Julyand Julyand Julyand
and August In Foigland FJI lloIId studying th thmethod the Lbemthod themethod
method of th the three bug suffrage or organliations vrpnlatlono urgnIationa
ganliations aha he said with a view to tocombining toCIImblnll1l tocombining
combining and modifying them for Amen American Amenran
can use There seam IN little doubt now nowregarding no noreaan1lnl nowregarding
regarding the passage of the suffrage bill billwhich bUlwbleb billwhich
which ha already had ita ta second reading readingIn
In Parliament I hope that It may com comup wmelip cornsup
up for it Its third reading while Wle I am In InLondon InIAIndon InLondon
London When th the Englishwoman have havethe banthe havethe
the vote I trust that American men wll wllno wtUno IU IUno
no longer allow allo American women to re remain r rmain remain
main political nonentities nonentitiesI
I hope of course that wa shall win winthe wintblClrrancblmlD winthe
the enfranchisement peaceably but If the themen them themen
men m drive us to it they shall see that thatkoow we weknow weknow
know bow to fight fightThey IIlhtny tightThey
They have kept us down long enough enoughcontinued erIOuhCIIaUnued enoughcontinued
continued Mr Belmont 11OO1t and w W8 have havesubmitted hayutlmilled havesubmitted
submitted to theU the tyranny W We have haveallowed haveIaowed haveallowed
allowed them to ti tblnk that we really reallybelieved rNllbelieved reallybeHaved
believed ourselves vea to be their Inferior Inferiorn
la n Intelligence and and11 ant will power pow 11I Now ow the thitime theUrn thetime
time ha bu come for us to sweep eep away al althat aUth allthat
that petty prejudice and foolish miscon mllOOnceptloo misconceptlon misconception ¬
ception and come out in our true light lightWive I lightWives ht htWly
Wives should no longer hesitate to tel teltheir leUtheir telltheir
their husband that women are Just Juatdner as asclever asclever
clever and just aa capable of serving th thcountry the theCllUlitry thecountry
country politically aa men I know oi oiseveral Dr DrlIfIferal ofseveral
several women who ho would be earnest earnesiworker earnoelorkerln earnestworkers
worker orkerln In the cause eau If they theTre were not held beltback heldbatk heldback
back by their husbands husbandsBut
But do you think women will really reallypurify reallyIurtrr reallypurifypolitlc
purify purifypolitlc politics ap tukedontof MIL 00 of her horuateners horuatenerssomewhat listener listenersomewhat UUonttlIOmfthat
somewhat timidly timidlyMost timidlyUoat timidlyMost
Most aMuredly they will replied the thepresident tb tbproaldeul thepresident
president of the Political Equality Aso Asoiation AoSJlatiOl1 Assolon
iation lon with Ith spirit Women are much muchletter muchbetter muchbetter
better morally than men and more Is Isexpected Isezpeocted isexpected
expected of them They have not yet yetearned TetIMtDed yetlearned
earned the ey y honor that prevail prevailamong prevailamonl prevailsamong
among largo group of men and they tblould theywould tlioywould
would hesitate heel tAte lo do things that many men
regard n tepid a as a mere 1tIt common place placeBut placeBut plateBut
But I heard of several ertl women who whoold whosold ho hoIOld
old their vote otealo in Denver remarked the thenqulrer thefa theInulror
fa InulrorSht nqulrer nqulrerWhat ulnr ulnrat
What does that prove asked Mr MrMrnont MrsBelmont Irw IrwIJfImont
Belmont One or two women might mf < ht do doalmost doaJmoat doalmost
almost anything and It wouldnt reflect reflectupon reflectupon rlfOCt rlfOCtUpnD
upon all women At any rita women womendenerva womendeserve om omdrTtt
deserve the ballot and they Ih need the theballot Iheballol theballot
ballot and we w are going to get t It for them themBut themJut themUut
But many women dont car cart a bit bitabout bitabout
about the Ih vote 01 persisted Ptfi lld tho oceptlc oceptlcDo lOtOthI I
Do you youk a asic k children whether they thlynt thlyntto want wantto
I to go to school II hool or whether they want to I Ivaccinated 1w 1wyclntitd
vaccinated Yac Inquired Mr tr r Iteltnont Iteltnontearcatlically IJtlmonlUallr IlelmnontP
P earcatlically Uallr ftn are going < to make make1them mak I II Ithem
them I work for the rote ot and If they dont I II IWlIlIt
I want it after they get < t II they Ih neednt needntj i
j u use e > II But by the time II our educational educationalwork educationalwork duutlonall duutlonallwork
work is I finished they will want it Mit MitShaw 1lielShaw 31iseI
I Shaw and I are going to work out the Ih plan planwith plan1lIh plansI
with I the Ih aaaittanco of the English leader leaderand I tendersand rw rwI
and the tI country unlry will rII mc ee smut 11 thing that thatwill thatwill
I will surprise corpus those who think that the themovement Ihemnnmlll1l themovement
movement in at a Ktandstlll I am going goingto gointo
to open < two more mo headquarter in the fall falland r fland lI
and a series of open air tupctiiijn wilt wlliconducted be beconducted beconducted I
conducted this summer all over the State StateWe Htahare nateWe
We are now Martins IrtIn an active campaign CIIlI cam al ign ignagainst l liJallllt
iJallllt again all the Ih legislators IfKialal n who ho voted votedagainst votedagainst
against al lI us this wa eason tcJfl ii and perhaps they Ihy11I theyvviIl
1 will 11I reahco when el election ctlon day comet cometthat COIn cointhat > Ithat
that we are not eo IIOWIJiIN iuwsii M > wi > rte < > at a th Iy IyIINIJPDfd theyImagined y yImagined
Imagined Imaginedllisourimperionity I II
I It 1t1ourtlllCr1orilynotour llisourimperionity I our nipertonty not notour our Inferiority Inferioritythat
that the m men i fear Wheu we get tt the thevot theI thevota
I vot if our Intelligence is gmticr ItfYI < r than UwnthPitl thanIheire I Itheir
their we w will III drown n them politically potltlotllyanti IIIINII I II
I and nd of courw Ou they tbeyfcar frar u uMrs 118 usMrs I In
Mrs n Belmont added tint I abe had prom promU rom romI
I U Iseil < 1 to lie I chalrovin t n of a I Stat 4L tte lurtAll euTragvCur iurait
Cur committee The 1h fair will 11 l Ie < e held heldorn IwldttOlM heldauto
auto ttOlM lira1 tim In Deceintj r in the III Grand Oralldnlral flranlCentral
Central nlral Palioo r OIJ and Im every town and city cityin cil cil1ft cityIn
in tht III State will Ill I he represented at th thUbl Ihl Ihlubi thee theetables
Ubl tables H > Th The upSuter ire re busy now nowdoinr n ndoln nowdoin
doinr up pr preserves rtrY i rv 1111 n fld t embroldering embrolderingslippers ml mrold > rodermg rodermgslipper rin rinlIpJltn
slipper to tempt Manhattan and Ilrook Ikook1m Urnoklynpiareeand
Ivn lynpiareeand pun > s and tal IA ts1aiixsndothrattrse ts1aiixsndothrattrselions 1 > lmuxandmh 11I111 I1nd 04h < Tattnkc Tattnkctiona alll1u alll1uIlona
lions ar Aft being pUiuio < l l hYlOme Iy > y M acme me of Mr MrBauiHHit 301 MrsBotnicnta
BauiHHit frieada frieadaMra 1 I In
Mrs n Belmont suid ild d In reply to ton a lffllIlf lffllIlfall tie tlon tlonas
as to whether Whetbllrh oho mterded to njowk at atopen atopen I Iopoon
open air Ir meetuiRA tlllll in n hngland thAt lib libwnllld she shewoikt h hwould < <
would If Ihlt ab h were rllllI1 Hint l bh 6boo waist ioi how however hoWeyr howaver ¬
ever thatshe tMI I vronU nuke no f elTort ffor to go goto goto I
to prison
nOUJllllImnUTfrIIIiIIJ nOUJllllImnUTfrIIIiIIJrnt ROfUII tot mi 111 iIr1LnsIraIl nfwvtr f i mi ISItI ISItIIrearnl u uat
rnt at 1 the tll Vanilnc apuIn ef atI Nmnethtna NmnethtnaThat HfllIIthlncThat
I That Sal Hard to 011I 011IThft > amr amrTbe auieThe
The ItouRh Ilidem flnMxvl yesterday yesterdayactlvitlen yetenIayaaotlvltles tIItflt1iaY1actlylU
actlvitlen wilt n trip to Coney Comic lakuxl lakuxlTliey blould11Iy laLanilThey
They arrived < at t ISM Iron Steamlmat pier pierat Cral
151 at I oclock in tin afternoon and 811 were werethere WlffIlh wereI
Ilh I there re roocojvPll < M > lved hy a hand nel from Luna lArk 1arkland lArkand harkland
land and Police PoJI Captain Mike Galvin and andtwenty andIIwnly andtwenty
IIwnly twenty of hi men menThe IIInThll menThe
The guntt marched mal lrd up Surf urf avenue avenueto
i to ° buns olIna Park lUehard Harding Davis DavisI 1 1le 1lehad
I
I had the Ib honor of christening a thing that thathaa lhatI thathas
I has be been n around the park for some mil time timehaa IImtI tIme1and
1and and baa boon bereft be 1 of any suitable title titleThis litle1b1 tItleThLs
I This thing I II a combination horse and andbuffalo IoIIdburralo andbuffalo
buffalo but you OU couldnt my all 11 that thatwhen thatwhen
when hen you wanted l to call it 11110 so Richard Richardnamed RIhardnatnId Richardnamed I
named it Teddy and let it go at that thatThe thatThe thatThe
The shooting galleries ln4tI were the th great greatattraction trrtAtattraction greetattraction
attraction for the Hough lUdera 1U rw who whostayed whostayed ho ho141d
stayed on th that Island until very Lite at atnight ati
night shooting clay Spaniards IiJQnlardoo and things thingsGen thingsIeu
Gen Samuel 8 Sumner IIIMfr Col Edward EdwardEmerson FdwardEmnnn FAwanJlmersnn
Emerson Chaplain Henry A Brown BrownHenry Bro BroHenry BrownHenry
Henry P I Fletcher of the diplomatic diplomaticiwrvic dlplolNtJcrT0fI diplomaticuiervioi
iwrvic rT0fI and bill colleague oolNl N Hoffman HoffmanPhilip JloIfmanPhilip If olTmanPhilip
Philip and Craig rat rg Wadsworth were wereamong wpromonc wereamong
among those who followed Col ol Drodie Brodleto
to 14 the th Island iilandnriv lalandTlrIV IslandTprIN
I IAdlIpmmt
nriv RAW KIKPHAXTH KIKPHAXTHAchievement IIFgn4xTsAchievement
Achievement ef f a Lurknow Itallroad ItallroadKlephant IlallinidElephant trd trdmrptllollt
Elephant Cains neat neatTwin SteelTwin eal ealTwin
Twin baby > elephant four feet long longarrived IonttriYed
arrived yesterday from Hamburg by the Ih
HamburgAmerican liner Bluecher The Tbetwin Thot1De Thetwins
I twin are going to H H Tanunin who whorun wborune whoruns
run the Dearer f r Peel and circus a Mr MrTammln MrTaismin
IITammin Tammln paid nsnc for the privilege of ofxblblttng orublbltlnC ofexhIbiting
exhIbiting the elephant twine to the thoAmerican theAmerican
I American Am people for or the next twelve twelvemonth twelyemOtltha lewismonth
month also guaranteeing to properly jJetly ly
keep their mahout Lutuff Ullah of Luck fuclcnow Lucknow Iucknow
now The mother of the th twin who ho am amthree aTth arethree
three th month old wn hauling timber for forthe rorthe forthe
the Lucknow Railroad when the achieved achievedthe chlnfllttbe
the twins tw1 and wa warn laid off Indefinitely Indefinitelyaa Indeflnl lly
aa a reward for the rarity
There re were we other Jungle creature creatureaboard CMltUffeaboard viesSunaboard
aboard th the Bluechr and many that are arefound arefound
found In other oth place In the list wete wetethree wdrethree Ire Irethffe
three leopard US llmonk1 monkey a zebra two twosecretary twoIfIC71tary twosecretary
secretary bird birds two demoiselle cranes cm cmOfS
4000 OfS canaries riee and cne on porcupine porcupineReaders porotlplneReaders porcupineReoders
Readers Leaving the City
for the Summer may have haveThe haveThe havcThe
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had docked yesterday and moat of the thepaoaencera theI thepassengers
I passengers were ere on their war a stout stoutiinsn I Iman IUlan
man of about 40 who whose hOl8 light hair hairtkedith wa wastreaked wasstreakedwith
streaked tkedith with gray and who ho wore ore a sandy MIIdymuatach sandymustache I Imualache
mustache and was accompanied by byhlte a awhite awhite
white hlte haired man of soldierly IOldler aspect aspectwho aapIIOtwho aspectwho
who seemed mPll to b he near 7t m t wa w hailed I jby Iby Iby
by a man of about M slim and dark darkwith i iwith Iwitb
with a l black h > ck goatee and nd a Southern ap appearance aprrloll08 spposiTsfloe ¬
pearance and accent The man of M Mwas 40wu sowas
was on the tb lone flight of steps leading leadingfrom IlIdlnlrNII leadingfrom
from the pier to the street He JI turned turn turnedaround I Iaround I
around and the Southerner shouted shoutedYon shoutedYoii houtedYO
Yon YO come l back > here he he1he henThe
1 The he man of to 0 came hack and the South Southerner Southemllr SouthUerner
erner accused him of proposing marriage marriageto
to a young woman who ho had been a pa paMmRnr puaMIttr psaaenger
MmRnr by the Adriatic and then insult insultIng InultIng Insulttog
Ing her The Uoutherner who wa w ac accompanied aorom1l socompanied ¬
companied rom1l lt by an athletic thl tlo young man mangrabbed 11IIIIraltlXd mangrabbed
grabbed the man with ILb the Bandy mus mustache mllllIehe monatithe ¬
tithe The soldierly old fellow came up u
and an protested against the action of the theSoutherner theSouthlmr theSoutherner
Southerner who ho thereupon released ff1 his hishold hlihla hishold
hold on the man with the thmndy sundy mustache mustacheDm
1 Dm old fellow said aaidThis aaldThla saidTh1s
This man is I my fo toiler ter son and you youhadno youhadno I Ihadno
hadno right to apprehtid rreh uc him In a public publicplace publlo11arft pubhlopLate
place as you did didJudge didJ didJudge
Judge J udlt said the th Southerner you youare youare 0U 0Uaff
are an n old roan and you say you are a aoldlrr AJl aeoldlcr
oldlrr Jl My father rlh was a roldier too toolint toohut toobut
lint hi wa w not the Ih kind of a soldier to todefend toutefend
defend a man who ho would Insult a lady ladythe ladyIh ladythe I
the Ih way w this man An ha We kill men m n down downSouth donJuth downSouth
South for doing leas than that I
I At thIs point the lady who no wa going goingtoward loinloard goingtoward
toward the stair came up to the fouri fourimen fotirmen
men and declared that it wan true tliat tliati lllAIth Slutitho I
i tho th man m with the aandr mustache had hadInIdteod hadInsulted I Iinsulted
insulted her David vld Mullen the Ih assistant anaietantpl assistantpier
pl pier r detective here b broke Into the party partyIId partyaud I Iand I
and IId the Ih lady disappeared Uallen stig stigjCeated ug uggrated u uIt
grated It that a way ay out of the trouble troublewould lrouthtwould troublewould
would l be > e to have the man with Itb the sandy i
1 imiittache sign a confession and apology I IThi
Thi was agreed < ftOId upon 1 his > paper wa w wmadll Wamade
1 made out on the o desk > sk k of an expremman expremmanon
j I00 on the pier and the man with lib the sandy IoIIdYI sand sandI I Iftnuataehfl
ftnuataehfl I mustache signed The Southerner took tooki tookIhe too toothe
i the paper and the thetroubhe trouble broke lirokeout out af afresh afreshI reah reahrequiring lNbIttlultln
I requiring the interference of alien to toprevent tprnent toprevent
prevent a fight The Southerner waved wavedi ay ayI
i the Ih paper If under the nose of the signer signerand i iand Iant
and jelled jelledyou yelled yelledow IIte I
> 011 you cowardly cur I will III have hvethis I Ithi Ithl
thi this published In the th hone paper paperTo paperThe
To The veteran wa stirred nr by title to toremark tomark toremark I
remark I wish I had you outside for a aminute amloute aminute
minute minuteIf
If you were a young man I would wouldkill wouldI wouldkill
I kill you the Southerner South mer answered answeredOnly anredI answeredonly
I Only words were abed and the veteran veteranand veteranand veteranand
and his hi foster son went 0 out outVobodr outobod1 outNobody
Nobody on hlp or pier would teU who whothe whoIhll whothe
the pepole were wereJIVT wronlr wereJvr
JIVT WHERE IH THE CASH CAShPollerman f fPoliceman I IPIIIflIIU
Policeman Accused ef f Kxtertlen Prnnl PrnnlIMS PmnloItSI Pmnnlless
less When Arrested ArrestedPoliceman AftfltfdPollOt ArrestedPolIceman
Policeman PollOt > man John 0 DavIs of the Wet WetUSth WeelJ2th Wtst12Mb
USth street station who ho lives Uy at 1110 1110Trafalgar 1810TrataJar itiaTrsfaigaz
Trafalgar place plaoThe The Bronx wa locked lockedup
up III his hi own station house last night nighton
on a charge of extortion preferred by byDomlnlck byDominick byDominIck
Dominick Clpollonl of 83 Eau Ea t tilth tilthatreet mtbatrNt 111thStreet
Street
Clpollonl wa arrested by Davis on 0 onMay n I IMay I
May 11 at t IJOth street and Mornlngslde Mornlngsldeavenue Iomlnllid1fnU
avenue Vet on a charge of assaulting assaultingTony aaaaultlnlTon assaultingTony
Tony Ton Caruso of Kt 1 East 11Mb street with witha tlh tlhII
a piece of lead pipe Magistrate Herman HermanIn
In the Harlem court held Clnolloni In InIIOOO InIIDOO inLt
IIOOO Lt ball for trial at t Special 6 Sessions AelmuUe slon slonHe
He is I out on hall He told th the Harlem Harlemdetective UarlemdrtecttTe Harlemdetective
detective bureau that Davis had offered
for 10 0 to give testimony favorable to
I him at hi hla trial trialHo trialRo trialHo
Ho last I night al ht when hen Davis returned to tothe toI I
the station boo OlJfift n from supper Lieut
John J Kane and Detective tfOCtlTM SlcLauglhin McLatmihinand I
I and Cook stood across the street Clpol ¬
lonl engaged 1III 1d the policeman In n converse conversation conversetied ¬
tied He had been Instructed the moment
he passed Davis the money mon to raise hi hll
band Pretty soon hi hla hand ascended
The three detective jumped upon
Davis III ilia shield was w taken t off and he hewaa h hewarn
warn searched hed but no money moo was found
He wa aa tripped and no money was w found
The sidewalk wag w searched and no money moneywas
was found Then the policeman wa
locked loc up having haTta already asserted his
Innocence InnocenceC
C O BartCL Buys Co C C L y yBicnuoxo rJ1JCRMGa yRICIflSOXD
Bicnuoxo led June H 23The The Chicago ChicagoCincinnati CblcsgoCincinnati
Cincinnati and Lot niDe Railway wa waold w waold wassold
old by Noble C Butler Butler1Ip8CIaI1II1IWr special master ia iachancery t tc ischancery
chancery c of the Federal Court at fa fadlanapoHs ladlanapoJla IndianspoMs
dlanapoHs till afternoon The pur purohaaer pusohasera
ohaaer were ere Carl Remington and Oifeert
GaBBoa of New York city ritJ who 1t Pre repreeated rpresealed
sealed chesapeake tM sad Ditto bhlo Railroad B lread
Company The piles rie wa Mjeaew fee feeaccepted iemislestesi
Ml ltBIlltlIiW mislestesi bid w oew lie accepted eeftI aeese aeeseIs under
Is Grder or I PMer ee Cowtsse
sse +
NEWEST SAVAXXAH LINER LIXEttaty LINERctty LINERCity
City of t 8t Louts Take a Crowd ci t Pas Passrngrr r rIml Pusengens
srngrr Iml to the Henth HenthTho Heulb1111I SinIbThu
Tho new Savannah liner City of St Stfouls l lI Iloulo
I fouls just from the yard of hor lie build builder
er e Bailed yesterday on her maiden trip tripto trilto tripto
to Savannah receiving Ivln the Ih applause e of ofall ofall
all craft equipped with whittle on her herroute IIIri herroute
i route to the Hook She Hh carried a recent recoidnumber nocordaumr recentnumber
number of 0 paneengera n < for the season atasonincluding seasonIncluding uon uonlncludlnlt
including Major J 1 K Hanson pre plfidnl plfidnlot i < l nt ntof
of the Central Railway of Georgia Olor a and andthe and andthe nd ndth
the th Savannah Line W A Wfnburn vice vicepresident v vicepresIdent Cflo Cfloprealdnl
president of the Central of Georgia GeorgiaW
W Y U rieasanta viceprrsfdent of the theSavannah I I8aTannah lb lbSavannah
Savannah line IIn C C Williams errelary errelaryof rnorynr S Sof
of t h 111I Central of Georgia II II R Ray Raymorad Raymend T Tmoad
mend vtcepmident of the I Clyde CId Line Linea Llrwcommlltfe Una
a committee of merchant m robAnto of Savannah Savancahwh S 1UiI Ih
wh h o will he helD ID wvlcome w lcorne the ne new thr thrthere sh shthere lco lcothre >
there I W Hikium port agent of 1M 1Mlio theline M Mline
line lio A H Storey oonimlmary and I ICollins ICollinl ICollins
Collins siiperint silpenlntenelont silpenlntenelontCapt Ptlnumoent PtlnumoentCI mient mientCapt
Capt illiam II Fisher ber commodore commodoreof
of the Ih Savannah fleet ft l haa command of ofthe orIhe ofthe
the City u of St Loin A delegation of flier merchanta lltorchnl flierchants
chants of St Loui will wllllNlv leave there today toda todaror
for Savannah to welcome the ship
Major Hanson n lJn who ho came from Saran Savannah Sannnah Saransalt ¬
nah especially to make the trip trfpback back by
the City of HI Louis said Id that the warm warmwave WarmaYe warmwave
wave aYe had helped the cotton crop In the theSouth IheSoulh theSouth
South and that It looked aa It It would
Iw the Ih lineal In many year t4n He 11 said Id aUo aUothat aIaothat Jo JoIht
that the peach crop would probably I Iunusually b bunUlually Iunusually
unusually fine an
N NUk ark J P Pliuf1l Hard fr Ilreach ef Promise PromisePrnjamln Prom PromnJAmln PromIsePenjamin
j
Prnjamln Levion a political leader leaderin lead
i in Itockland county who bo Is a Justice of th be bePUtft thiPeace
1 Peace and Fire Commissioner at t Nyack Nyacka
a u defendant before Supreme Court CourtJustice CourtluUce CourtJustice
Justice Ford and a jury yesterday In Inult a asuit asuit
suit for Ci000 damage < 1II for breach of ofpromUe orprom ofpromise
promise prom brought bNU bt by lto Roes a Levy daughter daughterof <
of the general ntllaI storekeeper at Spring Springalley Spr lI
I alley She alleges U that he h propo propoJ ei to
her In June 1107 < W7 and promised to marry
her In October but that whea that time timecame lirnI
I came he declared that he did not Intend Intendto
to marry her Then she went to a hospi hospital hJItal lapltel ¬
tal suffering from nnrvous shock The Thedefendant Th Thdflrftnwlt Tbdstendazit
defendant put In a general denial The Thecane TheWAt Thecee
cane wa not finIshed finhhedSlight IInlh finIshedCONVINCING
0
CO CONVINCING YI CING CUR CUROf CUREOFSKINTORTURE
Of OFSKINTORTURE OFSKINTORTURESIght SKI TORTU TORTUSlight
Slight Red Eruption Grew tt be beTerrible beTerrible
Terrible Sleepless Nights and andRestless andRestless andRestless
Restless Days Made Life Li a Burden BurdenWas BurdenWas BurdenWas
Was Completely Discouraged DiscouragedCUTICURA DiscouragedCUTICURA DiscouragedCUTICURA
CUTICURA CURED AFTER
16 YEARS OF SUFFERING SUFFERINGFor
S
For sixteen long Ion years I have been beenOffering beensuffering
Offering with a bad case of skin dli dlirase dl dlfUf dlr
rase While a child childtbero childthero childored
there broke out a red redore nodION ridsore
r
ore on the legs I I jut jurtIn jUltfa
In inbaekomyknrse jutinbaekomyknrse back of ray knr knrcaused klllfflcUIItd
caused by a tight rot colored rotored cclesse ¬
ored garter At Cnt Cntit dnIt thuItsecmndtobea
it Itsecmndtobea Itsecmndtobeaalight seemed mPll to be a aalight aalllht
alight affair but grad gradually TduailT gradI < ¬
I ually It waxed d from frombed rrombed frrmI
I bed to won and nd st stlast IIlut atlast
last I saw I had a askIn lad ladskin Idklo
skin disease I tried triedmany tntJmany triedmany
many house bouseand umflhrt umflhrtnd ienwlesand
and nd also many wud i < < l r rknown
known doctors In I ilr ilrrm a
rm tenDtdllfl forest > tdtlebuttonostl citIes but to nn satisfactory factoryrr factoryrrTh re cc >
Th TIM plague bothered me more tnnrfIln tnnrfIln1ftllwrthanla In w i iweather Iweatbenthanjn
weather 1ftllwrthanla than in winter wlntevandbclngn In and ndln bring < rn r f
leg Joints It made It ImnowiW f r i ito
to walk walkand and I was forced to to14ylnd stay ln mdc k 1
In the wcrmeat weather t htr
My hope of recovery were f fUmo Ey rv rvUma
time spent pen Steeples nIghts and nd T Tkw I IdI
kw lees day mad life an unWrali 0 0dn
den At last I waa u advl advised rd to Ir I
Cuticura Remedie iee and I did net I rrrl rrrlBx I
Bx Off > re than a trial to convince mo 35 35I > t tI 1I
I was on the road of sucreaa tbb M MI 11 11I
I bought two set ef the Cuticura R Rdie nIdl Iiedit <
die Idl Cuticura Soap Ointment ar arPills scPills J JPIli
Pills and after thaw were gene I In Ina Ia <
a dllferent man entirely The Culiriri Culiririlimedie CuIsrsrflarredles uICIJ t
limedie certainly n11 did dl a rest Mel desiw MelDlult destml
w Dlult a salt It changed my mywholecsrrerfr whole career fr r rfI 11 11Uui 1 1heel
Uui heel to good I am now the hapr haprn haWttman hepPman
man n that there U I at least one true t rue ruefor < ie iefor
111ft 111fttor
for skin disease dl Leonard ard A Ha 111 111II lawtl lawtlII t f fII
II Mostrand Are Brooklyn N V VJuly YJuly i iJuly
July 30 and Aug 8 1M 1MBeat 1101I 1101Ind 1909Etat
Beat and nd poaos fall upon 6trecttdAn tRPtrcted tRPtrctedhousehold4 < Btr ctH ctHhpneholda
hpneholda household4 uwhoIda when Cuticura enters AB ABthat A Athat
that the fond ro fondea t d e mother desire f rM rMtbe ffthe f ftoo
too alleviation of her skintortured and anddUflgured anddaflCJtIId antdlrd
dUflgured dlrd children I Ia to be found In wirm wirmbath wnllbalMwltb wfl wflhuh
balMwltb bath with Cuticura Soap and gentle gentleaooixitlna IfftllaoJItinli giedesnointIn
aooixitlna with Cntiewm Oistrartl Oistrartlauaraateed OlatmflliOuraatNd OIatmeOtGusmtees1
auaraateed abaolotHy aMeI y pure ted aaay b boned be befrem bmmd
oned from tern tile > hour c 01 birth brtJIi birthtwes
twes Pese iOI 0IaUIPIII Ses IIIIIIJ IIIIIIJIII Its
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