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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913.
4. chief .1 . f ii -.t ' i hi ii 1 ' r t ill ni ninttni: ' ii' .ii .v ! .. I pinlm obits I I', ,st I III l lO-llltlll ilHSillel i miiI ft i is line n-i ifiil.l vrt ii "" (SUI HlHl 1 1 ,.- )! ' nf 1 lift. rn. i.i rotifiiri.ii immpi i'h Prienb'tt " nr I, r .t'l "f the XtHti V Mel N'.iss Ifp.llUlll- Ii Hi IHI Illlll. Itlllll Tin' i '! iiii'im f fit mis lni pit llrifMlnl nil Hi'lit Ill W'lllln Utilise M (I .10 i. rl.uk iil iwf r nf cntiree mmi li th' few etmpet mi" When Hies (iif i...i tliei its' - .rli mi if I if mi .(!. ,iii! Hi. i.ii.I. nni'i. Unit "is print,. " imilHil'.it'.lv iiroii.il .iit lii.wrsrr ll'r stiitimi.nl w.i Inmli' Mt the V. r llnus,. thai the ni'it I'll. ' three I'lllilni'l nf liters III rnnfiriiiii- "I'll the Picaiilctit lunl ln tiiiirl' mi i Klt'titnl It was th tiled thnt their I. ml l t ti or. t lnt UK In the sit Hill ... I Xlstltll, letWIItl lll. l ltllltlX1 ml .lapm m rrkirtl m th' illlrti land .wtiriluii law .tltf.it n ..i Tin-in ' wrie ti iti'inlt'il ili Int.itintl" nf lhr -d-Hill. i. it i .mlldi'lire Unit tllii Iler.il 11,11 ''- "W Mimiil mi bctsstitl Hi" tss'tl l;.i 1 1 'i - I ieult i.i il penrrflll itlrnn it i.f !! .iiliitti itir riuilrri s 1 1 S ".. .1 limp' 'I '!. I'lii I nSS rVrt III r... snie .ii "I e ' in II" "?! iMint nut i. ! Imil liift del t nit iili lit ntteii- !. i i itm titiilfiil pnp.ir.tlintu if n pfeivnttinn HMHiriKt fill. Hi' inntiogelirle. Til . in Mil w i lit Hi" i.l' iilttllttfl ti t " " ii .ii. 'I. i' ti i I ' " ili' in . '"v I .1 mi I h ' . I i n II iii nl ill Mil us. i" l.l I i'ii Hint I hr iiiiilnli'iuiiii'ii t nf t . . ihiIii'N in itiimuvil I" Assistant Si rll'l II i nf IIih .S'llVV I'.iiiisI'XI'II .l t 1,1.1 u'.'l III -I..I III. II li'l Hiltlll' IlltH-II- fli'A iiillil ,i l.l"lli" Ulilllll In' ( I f ii iinui'iiii'iili nf li.ittli -lill't fur fi-.ir Hint Hir rini i .uiftt urtum tulKliI phii'i'il inn. ti I hr in. tt.i" ili'liTinltii'il UMi. .it ill." r.inliiritii f "im W'llltf IIiiiimi I illlll.lllnn nf tlir ri.iifi.i.'n ! ut .1 :i i.i'luiK tla- nftiT- I, .11. ii Mil. In Milml llll I' If fnllntt" I'M niiti't i .'limn l.:nl t ii''ti'il to ni- Si'intin nl Sliiln llix.tti :tt S SO niliiri, fur i I'lUinliliTiittnii "f iv. .Iiilii.iu irplv to tin Ailmlnlitnttlmri rriiiri fni ili'lit in hie .-iKilltii: nf li Clllifnl .1 lull .Hill flT .t lIl.TtlKSlllll if tin. tii' ltlll .ih to ! Hindi' In Atnl'.-if-.'ulor i'IiiiiiI:i . foriunl ptulrt .m.ilf-t ilin I.i" U'hi'ii In- lt'.irnrri thin Mr lirMin wmilil not l' In WiikIiIiik tnn tn-il'iy In- rotnmiitiit.itril with Act inc SftTi'lrtiy Mutiri' unit njiKed that lie mini- nt the !.inii' lini.f Mm t wtiili' Sirirt.irv "f War (lar r nn iitul Si-i'P't.trv nf tin' Nnvy Dan IrN Imtl tlrrlilfii tlint Ihf.v fhonlil din cif tlir ynm sltniitlnti from dlffrrftit vlrwpoint with I In- I'trHldi-nt. Thry Irlrphnnnl tn th' I'rrsliU'lit'.i frcre ury In aflt fm an fiiKiiKfinpnt. Mr. Tutinillv. UnnwIiiK thtit Mr. Urynn would tmt rrturn from Nrw YorK for his rnciicrmi'tit at :i 30. s.ild thry rniild wi tlir l'ir.iilrnt in Mr. llryan tlmr. Thus it li.ipprnrd. the explana tion ran, that tin- thtrr officials met ly rrldrnt with tht Pn-sildent. JAPAN WON'T BE HASTY. Gntrrnmrnl 1'lilnU Mller Will Hr allarFlnrll.v .etlled. .T'C'tl ("W Kt'VatcU lu Thk Sis. Tokio, May 1." - The .lapanr.ie f!ov ernrnrnt hn drtrnnlnrd that no haHly flrtlon h to lr laUrti In rrKanl t the ril.-putp with the Amrrlcan GnVijrnment nvrr t hi' iii"stlon of thu nllrii land law n I'allforni.t dosplln tint urglniw of rrlallatlon which liavn brrn prrasrd on tln (Jovrrnm"iu hy thoB who siy thry represent the mse). The ar tlvltle.i of Irresponslbli' pi'r.oni are ap parently havInK no i.ffret on tlir .N'lp ponrs" (jni eminent. The altitude taken li Hie TnUlo Ciov rrnnient i that h satt-f.ti.lory eettli nirni of the tattir of .I.iptnr.e In the 1'nited States will he definitely and s-it-lfartortly .Killed This attllllde war olced at tile Kor elsn office to-da when, in iepl to an Imimry tennrdini; the etundlnK: ot the dispute and the prmpeiti for a set tlement, a IiikIi nfHri.il s.ild that inn negotiation" between ToKl.i anil Wash lnRtnn at" pniKrifalnK salisfai'torlly. "tVe eNpert " he added, "to reHtli a friendly and permanent Milutlon of the trouble " JOHNSON HAS NOT SIGNED. Ilrpiirl la He Will MnUr t.mid Bill n I. nil 'ln-iln. SiriUMKSTo, Mav ITi lioV. .lohtlHon did not (dun the Webb alien land bill to-da It was said lli.it he expert, to utiarh his slmi.it ut in it before to morrow nlwht I'YillnwInK his Ions leleiiam sent to Serielary nf Stale llryan .antioiliu'lnK his intention nf slvnini; the bill the. (Inveinof ilerllned to-d.ty In l otnmenl further on the siii.ition I'nlrss tin- ' bill Is 1 1' fiTI I'll In tile people It Will , bermne effective nil A iut In i MORE VETOES BY MAYOR. j lllnnpiiriiiri II 1 1 1 'I'm naferrl nu II nil i tn lnllrr nntl Tire llepa rl mr nl a. Tile Mlivnr Vetoell two bllin veiteldHl. one niaKInc the il.iiil i nli-f nf the Imtehii Of (ire preM'lllloll II llepllIN (lllet III tile uniformed fniie nf the l'ue Detainment and the nthel tiaiisfeiiuit; Hie pnllie nf the ttnnrd nf Water Supplv to Hie New Toiktltv Poller Departlllelll In elnlllK the Pile I lep.ll ttllfllt bill Hie Mani- -.t lil I t . i limit aiiept this bill for the ill Til- belli lb '.ii of I' Is a most eM'ellent nflb er lint lie iiiu-t iin dersliiiid thai v.e i,u.iioi lulim tne meiii. ber.i nf the bateau of the piiAentlini Into tll linlfornieil lone I ,et the I xk; 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 IX mire l iniiile and theie will be no end until all nf that Imieiin ate bimiKht Into the uniformed four It will never do to be pilltillK IH"'I "II I'l" llllllnl tiled full" of the Kile and Polli e ilipai tnieiils who are lu fact not ineiiilieis nf nidi fotre, hut otl Hie tlljlliaty HUH' elllf'1'HeiS nf thee rirpartinents, pet lot mine diillrs simll.ir tn lite duUf" of other rlepai Ittnnt' and nut tlangrrous. like i h duties ()r lliemen niid policrtneti." WOMEN CARRIED FROM FLAMES. Slnre Tlinu rore nf Ladder Ilea. rnra nl Tenement Fire. Mote than a scuie nf ss n men and i liildteii wei rarneil down scaling and extension bidden" lute eslcfdiiv iifteinoon from Hie w induw s ji in t lire rsenpes nf the seven stnrv ilmihle tenement at (tnKast Sevenly-fourth tteel. I'l renin ti Jack l,inv of 'I rurk It wn buineil iiboul the 1 1 it n 1 1 as lin was flxlnif a staling ladder a' a fifth story window. . baik draught shot ih.i llaineH out of tha sliiiluw ami I lent Weiss ui Limine :i.) svh tut bs falling gliis Tan "in si a 1 1 imI in IIih liilrhen of Ml" Mrv Mlehlnsky on th flfili floor front when s bottle or benrlno imploded The (in spread Into Hie upper sinties and Hie uttidosss npil ore esenpo- wete parked e llh riiembern of Ihe iwenlvelglu biniiliiM ll' the house, An anihulanrr ftnm the llerrption llr.a piul w railed to lake Mrs Mlnhinaks ii. r h naa nrrn burned bv eonlnel w ith her raby'e burning doilies. Th child u unbun. BRYAN CHEERED BY ' 750 PAN-AMERICANS "M-d'Him I fin. ISiiiiil nl' ssm uilli ith i lie Nimilifni lfellllllif s, I. l ll ll.sMN's I'Ul i l'iii I i m in I fin lit lln l'raii'i an iliniiiiirn l inn. lit1 n 'I III Hpp..ilt I ll.l HI s nf I liii Sim rrl.it c i nrnr '.,! niKh' tl tin III speak fli the n'lisl 1,1 Ilk' Ml .. f Si i'ii l . i Wnl.l'Hf - Iimi ir f i I.i lit Pa ii- tnei n an Sm wartnrd the toiLk nf Mi iitn-t limit i llH r timi York Mt. lron Mh'. iiM'd i ,i ! ' Si w the eileni e coiintl hV' I'jblnet .Mlllllrl nt Mil n'll'T sort of publlr mall, for ,iat tUHtlei ever met ' Ii i rr etidl i .a more i.iitlnii nl'r le. ep nil bill Was n'lii'ie'il Mi IP .n I n ' . ni. c n .' , ,n w i i .1 man men who had tuiuht him hnnl fnt sixteen e.iis nr o iiiptams of in ilu!tv anil the like but when Ihetoniit. matter Introdmed the rtiet nf hnnor lllelt Voices lii"e Illull in the K"heral shout nf well Otlie III Hi urn fm III s I'.lii'tiliu He Se I' ll t, III di:!seied ii pleasim an. I uiiiieful "pie. h llefore he tame lii Ills topic. "S tllti.'l 1 1. as ,l title foi iutetU.ltliitl.il Ills" he ilei rlbed la'hrr n.uU the dif ference between belni; an ullto- or In Nebraska win. re lie miild wh.i' be pleased, and helm; a Seclel.iM nf State, where s.leni'e was a distinct nse' Mr lltvnn nntl his hinrli tereptlon was nut the milv inleresllne feature of one of the most ntractlM' dluiieis of the season Ah fellow musts thete sat on the dais the Anibassadoi.s and Ministers from twenty l-atln-Amerlcan republic". Mexico was t epri'M'titeil In a 'hut Me d'Affalres. MMie diplomats heard from Mr Hryan. from Henry White mid Talent I Williams that this country has nothlnu more at heart than the preservation of lordlal relations with Its neighbor? of the south, ami the spokesman for the diplomats. Ambassador da Ontna of HrIl, ik Rested thut better acquaintance, a little more lsltlui; around Rttd a little It-"" of the feelinu by citizens of one country that they were mipcrlor to the citizens of nil other countries weie the recipes for a more Improved friendship It was no cold water dinner and the ttnfermented grape Juice with which the Secretaty Is accustomed tn tccnle his nuests In WaHhlnKtun was absent from the tables. Seven kinds nf wine spurMed and bubbled under Mr. liryan'a nose. Kor himself he look mineral water, helping htniM'lf liberally frnm n cut Klass decanter at his plate. When In the inutse of the dinner the tnatmaMer called for a llslnu toast In the Presi dents of all Urn American lepubllm inn Htoiind for Jealousy therei Mr Htvnn Uttaffed it noble draught nf i atbouateil water. Mr. While, the toastmaster. ,-hI.I the Pan-Anierlcau folk wete pat tlcularly Klad to welcome Mr llran because of the "IntereHtlnK and delicate work which cat nil him off so unexpected! t,( ttj,. Pacific i oast ' "Oppoi tunnies such as rarely fall to the lot of anv man in so short a spam of time hae been tiffin fled the Secteluiy nf State.' ald Mr White, "of showlnn no! mils nut own coiintrs ho' tin- whole win Id what manner of a illplnm.it it he I" Kolni; I" be ' He had other IiIk lobs beside" pre. Ven'tllK tile .silsceptllillltle" i.f a Kre.lt nation fiotn belni; rultled. .Mr White added I le i uiitpllmcnteil Mr. i:ran on his speeches and hi" attitude as th.. new foreign minister lie complimented .Inhn llarrett, tefened tn the fortlicotnliiK visit to this count! y of the Minister of KoleiKn Affalts nf Illazll l.lld lilted the establishment of ness "ttam-h'p line" tn South Ante! lea MMie ItrazlllHii Ambassador, a polished speaker with fluent Knullsli. lecalled Hint Kllhn I'.oot had told him on one occasion that KOStltiK acquainted was the surest wav tu settle mlMiindersttind Iiiks. Kut KettlnK aciiualnted, Ambus "Hilnr Da fiiiuia said, wa" not so ea" as It looked, "We mtisl fni'Ket tha' we ure dllTet' en." sjld the Ambassailoi . 'S.smpathy for fellow peoples means f i enil"hli MMiree Secielarles of Statu have used It these last years and thev can bear svlt ness to its eriliacy. one nf I hem. svho Is hIHIuk with us. to-iiiKht, Htaitid three years ago as a touiisi on a trip aluuK South Alltel 'ca and it tin tied a Pan A met lea u. "Ie was laieh beanl to sav tliat be lni; a "tronn na'lou and keeplni; so much place under 'lie sun the rnited Slates had more duties toward I lie Miuill iiiuntrles than towmd the Kreat Powers of Hie eatlli. M'IiIh Is cerliilnlv n noble and a xeneious thntiKht. SIlKhts from tin meat are more ea"llv and deeply leseiited by 1he small bec.ilise Hies have no physical power to enforce their t l.ilms "Some das. that I fotesee pot sery far remote, 1 may lake our present situa tion of mutual KtrHtmeness as a lesson of th" pasl " Ta'cult Wlu.nms said tliat th" news, paper speaks for peace lather than war. and that the soke of moderation has been heard from an iiverwlulmlni; ma Jurlty of Ameiluin newspipers in the past .sear alike over the Mexican and Japanese Issues. Mr Williams believed that Mich a spirit would nr.iw steadily Mr Uryan, the last speaker, told his Pencil Stripe Suits always desirable but particularly in demand now; slrmii values line in excellent variety at .$22 to $45. A new ilovijle-brrcstcd Vest eirredtngly stylish, $5 to $7,50 "Correct Dreis for Men" means exactly what it iay; we invite you to test for yourself. Our Outtlantfini Quinnleei Merlpiit ira held it follows: Sitin'i Imki . S16.165.840 Truiteti . 36.6S3.S31 Indmduili . . 49,263,900 Charitable Intl.. .. 11,816,125 Inturince Ci. . . 16,054,200 Trutt Cat. . . 6,657,550 S13R.611.146 LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. Capital A Suralut - SI.MMM m ijiftj m i im Vmitrii "i e .i't. -'ir n ' . t(i't(i.,i mi.r with I res,, I, in Wiit in Hi" relations ( Hie I i iled Stv.s w ., I. utm American le . I. , s l ef.ee i . t ink nfMie and thai t'" Pn "I, lent i.m Infnttned liltn that ..I .. i.f the tin!. ," nf tin. AilltiitllMta t i ii wo i d i.e tol.i i'er the ri'l.ittnna now i xlstlni.' Mr llrsati said he hart taken pleasure In .inrlnl itm with the tllpliim.illi' rep ti si'tit.illsi s nf the l.atln American countries He didn't Me them of ten etiouk'li ll nn nnlv svheit tumble l.'oiueii 'hat In had a chance to talk lo t 'ieiu I ""Uliitlllle. lealll fni tlimli.e 'll nidi I .,il I in, in ,, ihe piiileie lie lllldeil "I am pin. nl nf iii pii.Mtuiu and nf my iissis-latlun with tlie-e Kentleinen. Tin' Sectetnrv nf War shall never h" substituted fnr me In denluiK svlth them I "sen Ibe Secretary nf the Nnvs will l avi' tn iniiii iit himself with target practice mid sslth reslesslnc: his shlp.s in peace fm- as Utnx .is I base anv sav th" ships will ne ei (4.) Miuth foi unv ntller ilirpil"e "I iletect snme Itl'e d.fferi lli e be tssee'i mv attitude as Secretary and my altitude us a lutitnaii"' tlnd there I" some little iliffeltnie In the Iiiukuiikc. I use l.ookltm liaik o.ei tsxrlse years I 11 ml that It has onlv been tn the past tsvo months that I ha' e ever had praise for Ihe Administration "When I kii out nf office T think I shall have a claim against the t'nlted States for liavlnK destroyed my chief political value. I consider tliat was the sviltlni: nf platforms. Nosv 1 find that svhnt 1 carefully excluded frnm plat fotms I catefulls Include in dlp'omatle papers " Then Mr. llryan took up his subject Me s.i M "I know of no better occasion than thl to present the terlpe of sympathy for In ternational Ills - the means of insuring atnltv and unod will amotift nJtlons The Pan-American I'nlon I" an institution established for the purpose of re.liii'lrin to a minimum any friction that may be excited b Irtetcourse between American nations and of Increasinit to a maximum biiiiellceiit ieult" that (low from mutual helpfulness It Is the business of the union to search for opportunity to ad vance the common weal and tu put Into use esety Instrumentality that can be employed for the enhancement of the common koo.I "(leOKr.iphli alls- we ate nelithbois, and this physical t rlatio'iship could not be altered even If we ileslie.l lo chance It We iii-e neater to each other than we ie to Pie l,i mis across the ",,,1 "The canal with which we shall soon disule the isthmus will lonnect us witli the western shote of South America Wlietbet we will n ,,o we must be neiKh bois ami It s to nr ttnitu.il ailvantattr. as It tn ist in- inn mutual delight, to III ike tile lllll-t Of til!" p;OX IllltV 'The Latin Ainerlian republics are hut pal Hall) ileselopeil their latent ie.ouri-es cannot even be estimated vlt ll anv ar. riinics The) await the enterprise nnd the in 1 1 v it that base durinir the last cn tuti elevated the I'lilted State" from .1 rnlonv to a wot Id power Thep turn nat uralh to the Pulled Slates for hiicIi as sistance as can Im lenltloiatelv retidrted "We base capital III abundance S'e base t oust! ucti on abilitv to spate and we base the experience nei essni for the siici esfiil implostnent of both All thai Is tiieessaiv Is Hint which the newer re. publics needs shall be supplied tin lei ins that are fall and uinlei condition" that ate JU"t "The Plesldelil has bs speei ll nlltlilied iitul In ait illiisii ,ii, il Ins i inn epilon nf falllies e is pi, plied tn K,li' in AllH ll.au entet pi le e rl s propel elu ull' - HKetnent. but knowun; th:i' i oiiimri c al lllteicolll "e" rels fni It" viitne lis we as fnr its perniniieiiiv upon itiutuiil advatitMK'i lie will ll "is, Jhllt AlllellCltll business men shall I. ins Hit. i the countries tn the south of iis the lilKhest i.nni options of lioimr and nond faith anil thai lu tr.elr dealiUKs tiles shall ntse a ilollnt's woith n set vice foi each dollar that thes eol lect as compensation "I'heie shoiild be nn Intellect Ual ex ihatit,.' between the American tepubliis lis well as an exchiiiKn of i oiiiiiindltie" The Intellectuiil life of all the . jiiinlile. should l.e iiuli keiu-d h acipialnlani e atnl a i oinpai uiiii of esc "There aln, ulv n tlirouichout Hie rnltnl States a inatked increase In Hie studs of the .span,li l-iiiKU.iKe and there should be a stlll KteaiiT lniiri,,. In H,,. future "The Aiiieiuan I'nlon l cnnslderinK an extunsinii of us work In tins sery tllret Hon ami I wim- to n,s lo the proposition ins most I'oidi.il Mipimrt The I'lin.il Zone should l.e made ,i nieetlm; phne foi tho-e wlio ssniild a.q.i.i nt theiiisfhes with the peoples and wass of the other Aineilcnn nations, a (l.i.iniik' house svheie iniellec tilal exchanges i ju . made "Hut no matter what phasr of the subject we innslder we find oui seises letuinitiE to the nne basic propcisltloii, naiuels Tint we inml deal with each other ss nip.ilhetlcills The i'Oii"i loiines nf this t elation, of lids kinship, if mas ilescilue ll as Mich, is the ll'sl step tuwaill frlendlv tel.itloii" he-ween liidMiiial and hetsvren milluns" Willi Ambassadors tn Ihe tiht nf him and Ainbassndui in the left nf him, Mr llryan beamed behind his tankaids nf sparkllni; mineral w-ater At nne end nf the Inble eat the man svho If lu- weren't m eminent might, have been called the press iiKent nf the dinner .Inhn llaitel', dlrecior general nf the Pan-merlcan union The oth ers IP the guest table xvcre A Algura P.. d Terieros. c'harce d'Af falres nf Mexico, Alberto Memlireno, Mln- Hi r of Honduras l.'cdrtirn A Pexrl Mm ' ir nf Peru .loaqtllli Mende, Mlmslei Hiiati'iiinla Dr .lollll II I'lule)', dint 1'illeite nf the ("Its of New Villi. i't'.s M do Pun. Minister nf I'ritKtins. I. insil i' Orlsootn, slre-ptesldetit of tin I 'lie Situ-' . Soelfts S.ilvmlnr a M t nf NlciiaBila IM .1 -fill " II. i ' l j ies .lent Pluli lliet.i-Amerteana Pi i 'MiJ.i Mli lstei nf S.ils.idor Tnl , mi", directoi nf the Si hnnl tt I i li nil .1'iaqultl II I".IS I. Minister nf t . I I! II Hetll) White, preslib nt nf the Pan-Auieric. in Soclet) , Domiclo tin tlain.i. n 1 isiiibir nf llrall .lutlce .lames W t'. ,liil, pus .litlt nf Hie MeSl.'O Soelrts tK"ll n I'sldeloii. Miniate, of llnllsM I lie P.' ' i it-. ils . I Mi I'luslie) . S .1 . ptislib til I' I I .11. I'.illelts Pe.lt. Kreqillel Itojit" .Sluiisiii of Venezuela. Iloliett lt;. .ii, Ki.lilliln S Nairn. Minister nf the S get i.i," Ilepublic. Hen lliin.'h II 'row I' lild):e SdSorate (letietal, I ' S A I. 1. 1. ml.. Snare Mujira. Minister nf i'lule I'ran. ii i I Peiiiado. Minister of th" Do lultiliiin Itep.ililli .lullo tletiinrouH Mm .alet of I'olomlila llei toi i l I7.IUH . Mil. isln of Piii.ii;u.i S S Wlthet S.i'hsige it Sff.ri s i.f ll. mid. ii, and .1 I ' Lefesie t'li. true ij'ff,iiie of I 'a ii a tn. i tuoug tl. :;,n al the sin, ill lalilis wii,. H llolhns. I'M w.i til N 'I'.lllrr .loliii (M.itlin. llror.Miii Wiiilhrop. K I) Molg.in, (ieti Nelson A. Mllea. Halpn Pullt.i'l' .lolin Hiss Hnmtiioiiil, .Inhn I) cMlinmlns. ivriv lleltnont, l-'rederlu I!, t'nudeit, lalssard l.atlter luch, cjeotge W. I'eiktn.s, Paul War burg. Prank A V.inderllp, Ottn lx'nhn. (teorge Foster Peabody, fJcnrge T. WII .nn t'harles 11, Alexandet, I'Mtntind L. II. 'ivlli" ilnnrKe " Hold'. Prank W Woo'si .Ml I, Lirtggs. .Itl.atlre Vlc i. r I Dovllng, Col. Oeorgn M. Marvey, .liiflKe William 11. Monro, .lohn (J. Mill burn, William Nelson Cromwell, Itnlpli Petel. .(.linen Speycr, JiiiIko Klbert II. (Jury, ottno Wilson, Dr. Albert Shaw, Henry W T.tft. Pinley .1. SherMrd, Ar thur It l.esvls, Sumner Hernnl. John W Alexander. Prank It. Lawrence. Ilenrv Mnrgentlmu. laaac N. Sellgmnn. t 'liat'les A. Conant, Dr. Wnlter II. .lames, .lames A Karrell. Krederli' It. Jennings, Itobert A. f. Smith, dock commissioner. Col. Willinin M. Illack, V. H. A.. Cel. P. W Itoissler. 1". S A . "ot. W. T Itns m" I' S. A. William Loeb. .Ir. IM waid !: McCall, .Itirtlces Seubury and Davis, Senntor Marttne nf Ncsv Jer sey, Jlerman Slelrken, Itobert Oiler Monroe, the ltev. Dr. Georges It. Van D Water. 1 T. tlu.sh, Chnrle.s M. Schwab. Charles I: Flint, Gen. Thomas L. Wat son Patrick Calhoun nnd Mtttisnn Mor rw BULLETS BEAT BACK STRIKERS Conlfniri from Fir ft V'xgr. stratlnn at both places. Several detec tives svere present at the first meeting to hear svliat Qutnlan'.-i attitude was. The cons Icleil man remnlned calm at this meeting and svhm careful In his speech. Tho iletee.isea svere. not present nt the Turn Hall meeting and Quintan let loose, saying he wa.s convicted on the testimony of policemen and that he never knesv a policeman I.i the. svorld tn tell the truth. The largest mictlng nf the clay wns held In tin. afternoon nt Lafayette Oval, sslietn Haywood smih ut rested some time ago. A platform had In nn erected at the level nf the second story of the. House of an Italian sympathizer over looking the oval. About ti.OOti tr.im nnd women Mood In front of this plat fnt in on which svere ranged the whole group of leaders of the .strike. Haywood. Wulnlun, Miss I'lynn. Tresca and the lest. Twenty uniformed puliccmen and six tletectlses sseie present lo keep order and u court stenographer look down all the speeches l-'red llosil. ,i .New Yuik socialist, presided at ihn meeting He opened the meeting with Hit annuuni enient W ate heie in protest against ihe rail loading lo Jnll of Fellnsv Worker Quln Li n and to set so notice on tin. authori ties of Hi" c.tv and on the authorities, nf the entire nation that they ate put going 'n i.tllriMil l.Miinl.in. ll.iysvnnd. Miss l'l nn. 'I'te.sca nr l.essig nr nny nthei member nf the I W. W. tn jab " Ailolph l.essig, nn,. f u,.. mdlcied lenders, tlnealeneil 11 general tleiip nf every Indtistrs hi Pjtetson. wl'li no lighting or transput Intlon, If an effort svete mnile to "lallroad" the Indicted leaders to pi isnn. William I). Haywood said the striker.! hail made esery effm t to have a Stale or I'eiletal cutiinilssinn Ins is;gati' the sltiiatliin. bin the sill; manufacturers managed to stop any investigation, nver.s time I l.i sw noil atnl t hi- other speakers mentioned the authorities gen erally or bv naiit'i their was an Im mense ainnmi' nf booing and ralcalllng Hoth Jlu. wood and Joseph .1, Rttor, who followed him, dsveli long on Hit Lnw telice strike, In which thee ,nok part "We put Ihe Maw' lu Lawrence." Kltor ill. "and tin- 'well' In Lowell. Nosv sve're going lo lake Pat out of Piiterson ' Hie last inferring tu Pal Cjulnlan. There was a npoil that a Juior had been attacked and badly beaten, bin the lepott svas not continued. A committee of the I. W W. enniiiliilned to r, Alexander llrosviie, licit It 1 1 inspector. I to-day against conditions lu three of tho largest mills, the Weldtliiinn, the Auger . Simon nnd the Foi man, Stumpf a .sharp mills where, the committed said, strike breakers, men nnd women, were working, eating and Meeplng in the same room Dr Urnsvue promised tn make mi iinscrtlgatinn. Prosecutor Mlchiiel Dunn of Passaic coiiuiy Mid to-night Qulnlan would not bet sentenced on Ihe present conviction until he bail been tried on tho other two Indictments which are pending ngalnst hint. The series of trlnls xvlll bo resumed Tuesday. NEW YORKERS MUST PLEAD. WrntnluH Coal l.nnila I'm u it I'uae Will lin (In, CltKTKNNK, Wyo, May 15, Federal .Indue. Mine- overruled a plea of "nolle contendre" preferred to-day In liehalf nt Wlllwrforco Hull)- and George W. Dally of New lork. John n, Wright anil John Vflson of Klrbs'. Wyo.. Itufus J, Ireland iitul 1'rnnlc T Wella or Amltyvllle. N. Y. ; Thomas .McDonald of Seattle and finmucl V. GpIio nf Montana nnd Gitaletnala, -who are churgetl svlth conspiracy to obtain title hy fraud to fi,"7!.' acres of coal lands In Washaklo count). Wyoming. The court ordered the defendants to appear to-mor-low moriiliig lo plead further. It Is anticipated that all will plead utility and thrnsv themselves on the mercy nf the court, saying their fraud ssas un Intentional and the result of lack nf knowledge of the Innd law's. ,l were in I'ouit to-day except Helm, llrooUlsn I'lrUporUela II oh .Inrtge. Hrnoklvn pickpockets liave convinced Judge William II. Dunn of the Orphans Court In Italtiinnro thai they are lint re fpeoters nf peisntia VeaterdH)' he svas robbed nf f.'O He la attending the con senllen of tlir ("alliollc Henesnlent Legion I tha Cathrtlrnl Club In SUth avtnuc, BrMklyn. ;yale's tap day is ; marked by levity ( ii i i'ii II- mill Whistle r'H M'Wotis Sliidcnts I iiilcr f'nmpus 'IVons. i I si immm.sks aim: NI'MKIKH s I ( .ills in Hdiips, Kovs mill Wolf's lli'iiil .M in' I ii ii .tf it I M mi tier. S'l.w llist.x Conn Mis- Hi The tl ii.itiit.il 'I'ii) i l of 1 1 :i svas all that Dean Jones of Vole I nisersliy could base wished, excepi that thirty or forty student scamps-mostlv non-secret sni'lety seniors roosted in the sacrnl i.ak lu front nf Dtirfee Hull anil show ered discomfiting raillery on (he serious soiing men, svho svere slapping one tin nlher'H backs beneath the bnitichc. Nolhlrig that they said was so funny that iinvbody fell out of the ttee, nnd esery svotd was gooil htimoreil, Hut neser befote has there been any levity nn Tap Das . Sober in the point of solemnity has been thla ancient function of elevating forty-live. Juniors lo Hktlll and Hones, Scroll nntl Key anil Wolf'H Hend. Sober and nolettin the society men anil the hopeful, nervous group of Jim lorn tried to b" lo-tlay. Hut hosv could Tup Day hold Its own when Wnlter Camp, Jr.. a Hones man seatchtng lu the huddled pack betienth the tree for the Junior hn was to tnp, svas grceteil by a xvhlstled chorus from Hie oak, "Iftre Comes My Daddy Now," nnd the Information that the student ho wim hunting for. "nan Just gone out to Innch." Wo Place fnr Solemnity. Or how could there be the solemnity Ihe occasion renulred when they shouted nt Georgo Hruce Cortelyou. son of the president of the Consolidated Gas Com pany: "Not too much gas now, Bruce"? Or when Francis llergen wns slappod for Keys, and a happy boy up nmong the oak leaves cried. "Who'd "a ever thought It"? Or when "Aw, tnke a man of your size. Twitch." greeted a big senior, Twltchell, svho had Just pounded a midget Junior between the. shoulder blades with the. welcome command. "Go to your room"? In other and more acceptable ways this tap dny svas different. The fresh men voted several days ago not to ap pear on the onmpu". The sophomores passed Ihe same resolution nt noon to day. Hoth classes kept the, faith. Kvery dormitory window overlooking the scene was filled with their heads, and freshmen sprawled many deep In the quadrangle before Wright Hall, their own home. Hut on the campus Itself there ss-ns nary on under class man. Anil of the faculty there was only Dean Jones himself, vlesvlng the upper rlass rites svlth satlsfartlon, pleased be cause all the students except thosct di rectly concerned had stayed nwny and that the "nosey" public that hns no business nt such n college function had been kept off the campus by Welser nntl Donnelly, those mighty Vnle policemen, nnd by proctors of a day, among them Charlemagne Tow-er, Jr. The senior society men themselves apparently had been influenced by the ngltntlon for a better tnp day. The members nf Hones, for Instance, svho havo heretofore svorn Cetby hats along svl'li their mournful black suits, were bareheaded to-day. Among men of the two oilier soi-letlrs there svas no formality of dress nt all. They wote everydu' clothes, and here nntl there was even u soft collar Hut, oh, hosv eveTjbods's bnir ssas blushed' Most students agreed to-night that in picking representatls e men for Hones, Kess and Wolf's Head the societies have done belief than In foimer ye.tts. Moreover th. prophecy that certain seniors would Join the sophomores In Insurgent's' and cnldlv lefuse election after thev had been tapped came to nothing at all lilllirrlli llefuiea Honra. lxllbteth, v.i! sit y track team man ager, was tapped for Hones. lie le fused in "go to Ills room." Immediately he was tappeil for Keys as the first man on the Keys list, and he accepted. On the other hand, Daniels, manager of Ihe hockey team, passed up Keys In fas'or of Honest. Daniels svas the tlrst man to "go" Hones und Kllbielh the first mail lo "go" Keys. Kelcham. next year's football cap tain, and Douglas, chairman nf the Vale Ixnlu iirv lio.ild. SSete tile last men tupped lis Hones and Keys ic spectlvelj . These are the day's great honors, svlth Morgan Nnyes of the Dully rir. and president of Pal I" as the llrsl men tapped for Wolf's Head and Grorge Lord as the last. Lord Is lu the Vale Infirmary 111 of typhoid fever and the tap that he gol from tho Wolf's llea-1 man svho slsiled him svas sery gentle. The lal Wolf's Head man tapped on the campus svan Clem Hrosvn, the base ball pitcher. I'm- the tirst time since 1 885 a mem ber of the Junior fraternity, Heti Theta Pi, svas admitted tn Skull mid Hones. He svas Shepard, president of Dwlght Hnll, Hie V. M. A. Another surprise was that Keys did not lap Percy Dodge of New Vork, son of Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president of the national null suffragists. Keys passed him by, nl though Ills brother was a Keys man. Spalding of the football team had the hard task of seeing hlH brother left out In Ihe cold while lis tapped Wheeler, the quarterback, for Keys. The selections follow: siri.t, AND HONES, "Thomas t.. Daniels of Ht. Paul, Minn, hockey manager. Junior prom committee, Pel I . . lllcliard Oaborn, Kail Hlver, Mass,, presi dent of D K K. Ulcment M, Olle, Colorado Springs, base bHll pitcher. I) K K. ieorg . Patterson Sn. Ann Arbor, A'etra, business manager. Pal 11. Stoddard King. Spokane, Wash.. AVira, managing editor. Phi beta Kappa, eta Ps, Percy (1. Cornish, Jr., Albuquerque. N. M baseball, prom committee, Alpha Delta Phi. Lorrln A. Hhenard.Knst Orange. ,N. .1.. soccer enptnin, Beta Theta I'l, V, M, C. A. president. Henry W. Ilnhaon, Colorado Hprlngs, crew manager. V. Herman L. Hovers, Hyde Parle, N, Y,, crew, I) Is K. A I met K. Jenka, .Jr.. Ilrooklrn. rtramallo association manager, Tl K K. William c. Warren, Jr., Huffalo, football track PhI V, William J. I.ipplncott, Cincinnati, crew captain, Psl I . Genres Gill .Jnnes, soccer manager, Pnilu A rtra, Psl l' llenjnniln K. Avery Aurora, foot hull end. wreatling captain, I) K F Henry Hallman Ketcham. Brooklyn, foot ball captain, prom committor, rl I . SCROLL AND BBT. t Jobs C. JtUbnib. Woodftsirt , L. l trick tnnlnmel, ll Is I finriiov I, Snillli, Sjr.iriise tnntha 1 track, glee t lull, D Is I. William .1 Sehlenelln. Jr. New nti. prutii i uiiiin Itli'i', fill lli'ta fsappa. Hplia Delta Pill Lilwln .1 I'lielps Mlmii'tipntls, him in atnl matidnlm lendet. ft Is I. I tiitit ls lleruen llerimrdas III", N J Mien l.siitis, .Ii , lliisiTlnrd, Pa , lentil' pmui i iiiiitnlil".., 1 1 ilni Delia Phi lluuli 1 1 n r I 1 -on . Ilaltluril. lootball tr.nl. Psl I Is'entielh I, Moore, Detroit SVnlMin S. Ilnrphatn. Lsiinslnn. I I , b.'isi bull. Psl V IIP haril W Over. Chester, Pa , hnsrlm.l D K ll lli'lirv Kuietsnn Tlilt'e lake Potest III I. il Hirnril. Pl t Nathaniel Wheeler. I'alrflelil. Conn , fool ball qtlartcrh n k, I'nlf . 1 1 Is I Klirmen II Mlif hell, ,li . Ilarrisburg Sloane Colt. New- loll;, tniisii al clubs manager, president I'tilversityCluli. D Is I lliehnrtl A linuitlns, I'hllinlelp'iii.i 14, .Vfira chalrniiiii, track, psl I . wol.F's UllAII. Morgan Nnyes Warren l'n iaili A'riis.Tttihehiill, freahtnan biistiball lunti.iget, Psl t preshleiit l.asvrent e M Marks. Ilrooltls n.Diiily .Wits, malinger debuting lealn. Alpha Delta Phi John II lllossnui, ( li'vrlniid, liasidtall I nplalti, elinlr, II Is I. Coleman II. Midusetn, New ork, wres tlltig manager, Hplia Delia Phi Frederick (I. Illarkliiirn, I'lllsbitrg. Dmlu .Vnrs, crew , Alpha Delia Phi lleorge Herbert Sender , Nets' lurk, banjo ami mandolin club, l'l I Alexander Mi'Ketile llatnnier, llrookline Minus , swlinmlng in.iiimcr, footlm I, D Is l! Stiit f II Paradise, West Medfotd Mass, .If. Psi I Norman K I. vans. Piltsbiirg, basketball inaniigi'r. freshman bnsebnll ctineh, D K I. I I ti roll I I Henilngwav, Sew Haven, foot ball, ll Is C. WilllnmS Innls, Nesv ntk, glee club leader, D K K. lieorge De Forrest J.oril, ('edarlinrst, 1 I dlamatics, Alplm Delta Phi Charles M. Ilnxter, Ktioxvllle, Tenn . freshman track team. D 1 L Kverelt D. Davis, FJimbeth, X J , fool ball manager, Psl I'. Carl ('lenient llrosni. Mrnin, 'Irnn base bull pitcher, IM P. Inntora Try In Cnnrral Anilely. I'hronlcnlly nffrlgliletl doves svere tlet ing frnm Hattell Chapel belfry tin the stroke of 5 o'clock, when Vale's, queries! tiny began. The Juniors had Just marched In from Herkeley Oval, bare headed, lerilbly conscious of the time of day, some whistling, some chattering absently, others gruvely silent, all try ing to conceal their anxiety. For half on hour tho old oak had been stuck full of seniors who didn't belong to nny society, nnd n fesv Juniors svho could afford to be happy because they had no chance. Who was In the pack benenth Ihe tree no outsider could tell. A sudden "Dnnlels. yrn-n-H-a, yen-n-n-n." frnm th"! tree, and Daniels, the first man slapped by Hones, pried himself out of the rabble, folloss'ed by Kugeno A. Pliil bln, Jr., of New York, the man xsho had tapped him. "Hurry up, Ilunny Why, here's Ar nold Whltredge. Come on, Hull, old Kid. Oh, too bad, Arnold's gone nss'ay." The mocking birds in the oak had started their concert. "SI! still, for the lord's sake. This branch Is going. Let 'er go sinking by the hend. Stoddard King goes Honrs yea-a-a-n, yea-n-a-a." Doe Cornish Jnea Rnnea, "Doc Cornish goes Hones, tnppeil by Kid Allen." cries nn announcer, fever ishly scrawling on a pad ns he straddles II limb. There Is a great cry when n man from Wolf's Head squeezes behind ("apt. Hlos som of the baseball nine. Ordinarily a baseball captain Is n sure Bones man. and Hlossom leads svhat Yale men call "the best team we've had In tsventy years " Hut here he is being tapped for Wolf's Head, svhlch is the voungrst of the three big societies, but gets mole important students this year thaii usual. Hlossom's prodding cry on the dia mond is always, "J'l.iy it safe." Ami so from the oak come volleys of "Play It safe; piny It safe." Hlossom grins "and plays it safe; he "goes to his room," a Wolf's Head man Five-thirty o'clock and the shnsv Is lagging. 1-nst year, lu the ra n. It svas nil ovrr In thirty-live minutes. "Jetlk". Hones .shouts the Tree as Almet F .lenks. .Ir son of th" P.rookls n Justice, is tnppeil Anil then. "Hurry it along Hit 'em sslille thev'te good. Im," from the Ii revel eiit gnllors. Iseleliiiin unit Wnrren 'I'ligellier, K'eti liain, t In- r.iotli.i.l i.ipluin. eserv boily snn he'll he the I im man tu be tapped for Hones He stands with Wjr !cn. the football ami baseball man. and Hen Aset y. captain of the svi i-tlng team, pale, clapping rarnetls when this and that comrade go ills Ing mil nf the press with a smarting back. A Hones man taps (ieuige Junes, anil the clean, Ills fill her, svho is nlsn a Unties man, lias guml news to telephone to IJeoige's mother nut on Prospect avenue. Davis, the football manager, is nmv .standing beside Ketcli.im. Warren has gone Hones. Averili llairlm.ui elides through the 1 fossil, looking for some body Hones has only one man left in choose. "Vea-a-a-a ll Kelchatn We told you so. Ketcham, tlio football captain, tin- last 111.111 for Hones." Das Is, Hi" football manager, who was thought to be also a Horns 1 .indiilate, stands alone, svith cotupresM'd lips. A Wolfs (lead man sssnops down nu him Whack. D.isls goes Wolf's Head "Sav. Wolf's Head's getting a good bench this enr." howls n youth lu a tree. Ami Indeed it 's Hasn't it got lilus snm, captain of the nine, ami lusls, ami tit tiers good enough for nn.s miclel.s '.' Hones Is nosv full nnd Ke.ss has onls nnn snennt place. Jack Appleton of Keys slams DoiMlas, the .Win chair man, as the fifteenth man, and the Ttee says well nnd good Tree llrenmea lnlrt. As thn tapping haN progreseil the soices In the tree have hushed. When the r-oclctles nre picking such good men and merit Is distributed so evenly nmong them, svhnt's the use of Jibing? So the Tree has reasoned, ami the last fesv moments of Tap Day ure quiet save for approving "Ven-a-a-ns" as tho fesv men yet to bo tapped by Wolfs Head receive their summons and go dog trotting lo their rooms. The men first tapped aro bnck on the rnmpuB nosy, nnd their hands aro being gripped by the ttnehosen with n sincer ity that cannot be mistaken. ' If bitterness follows Tap Day there surely Is no evidence of it noxs In other years some of tho excluded have wept, but not this time, And there's 11 rumor that several of the Yale leaders who wrro not tapped to-day aro to eo Into Kllhu Club, a fourth ttoctety which notifies its men by mnll Instead of Joining In Tap Day 11 rumor that they are going into F.llhu (Hub becnuse they prefer It. Dean .Jones says Hint "this Tap Day, nil things considered, is llio most satis factory we hnvo had for many years." Thero remnln tho sophomores, who voted not In Join nny senior society when their lime came unless tho men chosen to-dny measured to their stand ards of what n society mttn should he, They will lake n vote as to whether or not to-day suited them, but probably not. until next fall, svhen they'll all be Juniora nd oleglble to Hon. -a, Keys nntl Wolfe Head themselves. r i Sec the Model Exhibit of n FIRE-PROOF OFFICE in a FIRE-PROOF BUILDING f h Offt 1 1 At Conrtt tun ' Partitions, "m, Talilfs, Chnin.. iimg Cabinota e-crythltiff of fire-reslstinf stee' Exhibit continue all tlm week. Open from ifl a. m. to 4 p. m. 14th Floor Woolnntth RulldlnR This 'Fire ProofOfnea' istoservr . the perma nent local head quar tern of the ARTMETALCONSTRUCTIONCO. Ja.a.t.w a. N. Y. WINDOWS SMASHED BY STRIKING BARBERS liidlcrs Thou Upturn l-'nun Bronx to nn!i(lw.'iv mill Stone Hoffman IIoiisp. OXK TO .1 A Ht FOR ('. MO.VI II llossos Will Drinnml Tlit tin Mnyor (Mvo Thoni Police I'rolortion. Three striking barbers were arrest last night In n rlnt ot Third avenue an. Kast l4th street, Thn Hronx. They an. a dorcn other strikers, with nn nrmv o' sympathizers, had chased half a dowi strlko breakers from shops nroun. Washington avenue nnd 164th strrr down tn Third avenue, svhero the nrlk' breakers sought refuge tn tho store e' Jnsob Hruell nt 3349 Third ax-enue. The strikers and their friends took position In an excavation at Third nve nue nnd ldith street, nnd threw rock' until thev hail broken ihe two plate glass wlndosss nf the strike breakers' refute. The reset vrs from the Morrlsanla pn llce station svere called nnd dispersed the 1 rosvtl, taking three prisoners, win svere members of n Imnd of strikers th 1 hinl been making the rounds nf bar be shops In The Drnnx nil day lung tryln to get strike breakers to go out. Tony Polvoranl. 23 years old, of :? Kast ljlst street ss-ns the first man caught He was nrrcsted 'Wednesdn night,' but ssns discharged yesterd.i morning In court The police think th.. he Is the tlnglvukt f the strikers t The Hroiix With him were taken Fi bastlnn Dinner". sears old, nf ii. l"as.. 1,10th Mtret .Hid Francis S.issn 1" year.-- old. nf J37.'i Helmnnt ast niie. Th latti" sv.is iniiglit ss.lli a brick .n r hand Hruell appcnrcil ncaln't li'.m a" I the n' in: Ih.i ssere charged svlth lnr Ing t-i 1 1.. 1. Tins svete Ini-ked up 1 th" Mnri i-nnl.i pollen Mation In the nfiiriin.in Joseph N'endlni. x Oil 1 s ild. 1 li.irhei. of ll'.l'i I'.iisi.in r..i svas at I ested nt I i.m '.1 stiee in,l I'rn 11 Un as.iiue fm busing .1 fil ls loaded r S'nlSel' 111 li.s piiss...s.sti,l) A i nnuiiiitee iiniii l.'.i) stilkers w 1 marched up in the b.ir'11 r shop 1.' ' Hnllin.iti llmis" went inside to trs 11 '.I get lb" Milk" lue.lkirs to join Ci It Thv hiihers ii.fuseil mill .1 light .si.uti"! Ill sshldi I'nliri lii.in Mnhllc of th. r SeVenteelltll slleit "tatlnll ss.ls s- ir J SS'llile lie ssas tl'SlUR to Sl.ltlei' t'' ii line slone lii'idi" ti wlnilni.e .1' : tn ber shop. Mobile caught the in.n, v lie said thvev the sion- and in th. I fetson Maricet court the prisoner w sent to me s .ii'kliouse for ix ir .n by Magistral" Cornell He I- n tieliat'o 2i' seats nld. nf IT Hnr. i placi . r.10 ililvn. I In s liorli. rs !n .I'dses Clis . 1. t '11 seiii'.l.r 111 It fuing snot It 1 ... the. i eiiipl.ts s Mans nf tin 11 w alone In nue shop n I'uiiiin. Iisell'le. Wllel'" Sttikers ll'ietl "I -v.' ' ofl a Miial! strike breaker, he . e lin in nu with 11 handful nf 1 7.1 . - Julius Htnwnci. president nf the I Hat hers Association No. 'J 11 ml sp. . man for four boss l;n 1,.' nssocl c ' said last night .thai hi- svill npi n' llfty boss barbers 11 I'immlltrp 1 ' Mayor tiaynor und ask his 11 id in p plug the sHIkr. They will ah ' police pi'is'.ei-tlnu fnr strike bl'eaki Tim nrlkers w ill in. day apply fu mission to pntatle this nflcrnoon ' ( bliimbus circle, through Wcsi l- ninth stive., ilosvn I'fih asm Ses entcetith stieet and to nmn S r ssheii' 11 mass nieellilK Is planned sJ'KCIAI. SO I K V.". The Summer's Vacation. Where Shall We Go? Kin' children und for nil who nn 1 ,1 splendid rest among ideal MUToiindii Colorado, svith its clear hides and lienh Kivlni;, exhilarating; air, svith its ginr ions mountain M-enery dial litis yotn houl clean nut of Ihe workaday ml .111 hardly be equalled in the world 11s 1 plaro'tn build up health, and enjov ih" keenest holiday pleasure from ouidt '' lire. Now it's my business to lend a fn'onul.'' hand in planning; trips to Colorado 1 can relieve you of a lot of t rouble I can ive you inapt and pictures of ( ol" rado nnd a hand book describing; 1 ' comfortablo hotels nnd boarding; liou-c and what they charce. 1 can tell '' how lont to no and arrnnce for you 1 tlio details, nnd 1 would like lo do 11 Sn i-hnrp; il i purt of the Unrlinc ton Itoiitt! (C . It. A- i), Hy.) M't vice ( al. the olllre or write for a copy of t'"' free illustrated hand book. W J neiKiT, (leu'l P.i-s'r gt . Orp' ' II A u ll. It , lN Hroatlsin), Xe iw fit) . Tel. Mad. Bn, 670. lil'i