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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1913.
AGAINST TAXPAYERS MAYOR'S CIVIC
PAYING BANK LOSSES' ARMY PARADES
Solzrr Tntimntc.4 Tie Will Veto
Mrasnro on T'lilon Hunk
BILL 1NVOLVKS SM.IiOO.dOO
I'miliiiucd rom l'irsl I'ayr
mated ilmt i'OO.OOO watched tho parade
fioni the sidewalks and building.
The lze of the erowd interfered with
th' p.irnde arrntmrmnsty. At .Mtidl.iun
Sipmrc ntiil thi' tuMii rrnH Htreetx ppre
tntor.s were ,i marked ax tn Meparate
mill halt illvKonx. Thlx rati.'ed long
.ind tlre.nine woIim nt the levlewlttir
stand, hut, taken s a whole, the tank
of parading IL'.OOrt men, r,."S vchlrle nnd
1,001 hor.vrM without material Interfer
ence to Unfile w.m handled nhnut iu
well us iitiyhody could e.pert. If Ornnd
Marshal l'lre Commifslnner Johnson
wants to make the mo.t of that, let him.
AUUNY. X. V., May 17.- (Jov. Sul.fr I rorr.t of I mlir-lln.
Intimated to-day that In- would veto tho .lust brfmc the point of the column,
TorborR bill empowering the Stnte ,i .-otiad of mounted Fillonneti. loomed
Board of Clalmi to determine cl.iliii for f,ir down the avenue It heiran to dil.
53,600,000 of the depositor.- of the de-i Z.,, Thrr w.m a clickliiR nnd swiMi
fttnet Union Hank of llrnnkyn j inc a m- of umbrellas were unltit-
Hi .ald th.it he could not eon- s-eiitly i I,, fed Vu wouldn't have Im.iRlned
Governor Sns Hp Fnvnrs tn
crfll Law tn Hriiiilmi'sr De
positors in l'ailiiiTS.
clone toi?:thor that they got each other'.t
applause. The, model wn a beauty.
(VunmlMoni-r Johnmm displayed It upon
a hllii- Moat. The Mayor wan m tickled
that he swung hlx hat and laughed and
poked Dock Commissioner .Smith In tho
After It rolled the portable black
uttillh xhop, of a. kind that caves the
city $40,000 a year. Then appeared the
memorial limit, draped In black and,
purple, a reminder of the men who hail
given up their lives In performance of
duty, rpon It was displayed the linn
"flreater love hath no man than thK
that a man lay down his life for his
The department's life savers with 1
their death cheating dovlces, the tiro
prevention float placarding1 what John
son has done toward preventing tires
nnd stopping tirson and the modern ap
paratus of tho department nnd tho lire
alarm telegraph float closed thai dl-
Islon of the parade.
Vou got ono notion pretty strongly
that the horse hna seen his day In thlt
town's tire service. Most everything 1
motor driven nowadays.
In the Interval between the Fire De
partment and Kdltor Dave Ferguson of
the ritu I'rrnid the Mayor nnd his
O We Give Surety Stamps Free with All Purchases and Redeem Them in MerchandiseOl
if vw T In New York's A Shopping Center
1 0 Neill-Adams Co.
Street Cleaners Passing Reviewing Stand
m 'i "' 1 1 HB 1 1 ii ' ' li " i hi IWIIWII iWiiiiM tmmw .,ia
P'ai tl.f lui ili';i f i.s,M ' l 1 . i . 1 1 1 1 1
clepuMt irs in tin- t . i x i .i . i .- i.f the Stat
iJo you know ' ..r. . St i in t n
I nion (Vile1) cm. ii:k' , t ie pa,,
ir.'nt of t.lr , !,, i!tT- of t - -i.;- ,,f
faiki banklns lu-tit iti.in" ,i.-Ke) (;,
Suiter of Attorney Louis (iuldstpln, who
asked the Co-.errinr to apprnvi- th- hi:!.
"Yw, in Oklahoma," replied Mr. (lolii
steln. "Yes, I know about that law and how
It came Ij ! plait d en the
books," said the Ciovornnr
"You an. t'Mns to make the tap.
,. t tin re iti as many umbre.lax In
til. Know a ui.rlil.
Mt. (I.imi ; i I hi company at th"
fr'.n- .if tl .-und stood unibr- ll.ili . to
eel i)i.iv and bi f ire the pjrale en-,r,-!
-infolded Its Ion; length Mr ll.iy-
e r Wf,v ,i ery wet Mayor wet, but
.h ft till.
It will, exactly 1:31 I. M. (four min-utu.-i
ahead of tniei when the head of
the column, which had marched from
statute the Wiit-hlnyion Arch at 1 o'clock, rode
' paM the H:b Hoss. l'ollowed the sub
way band :n .'.ieh whiteness of unt-
era of the State pay the d-bt of this form that one fhivered an extra f-hlver.
bank." continued the Otnernor. "Then
are J, 000,000 taxpayer." In the State nnd
how many would be willing to pay their
bhare 1 do nut knw. but I do not hr.
Ifve there are ery many.
ml then tremendous chferlng),
In .d!U h.u and froek coat. hN f-houl-d-rs
th-o'vn proudly bark, his right hand
Miapplly at s-aluie, tlm Tire ('ommls.
"There should be a general law that I idoner was a pretty lino tlgTire of a
where people ioe money through the , man a he strod" at th- head of tho
failure of a bank the state should p.iy. I'.'.OOO.
I am not saying whether or not I Intend i
to approe th" measiite, but I do know
that this b II establishes a pre"e,b ni
that hereafter would ren'i-r the Stat
liable f.tr the !ses siita!ned 1 v ib
posporj o' batiiv.
"And I al.'o realise tliai ibif i- an
cceptlonal case, lint tne iii -Hon be.,
fore m- ' whether I mint furie the t,i.
paiera to pav f..r the lose of the
1'nion Hank I hae n li duty to the
central tuibllc nd I mu-t perform that 1
dutv wltho.it fear .f criticism If I 1
Mninr l-teniil Willi Jllm.
You could sen with half an eye that
the Mijni' was plea.-ed with him and
pleaded at the heers that banged on
up the avenue after him. CnmmN--loner
.lohut-tin had planned the whole
parade and had done about seven men's
woik for the prut month getting things
As ii' it tight, the Tire Depart
ment, which had never lieforo dated
risk leaving the city until otected by
slcned this hli, I would be abused by I having a show parade of its own, led
the nwpapors for increasing the taxes, , tl, WHV for other departments.
Hut 1 "Mire you I am going to con- While It was at It It made a good Job.
flder arefulty t! r. h before I a, 1 1 if thero was anything in the way of
upon It." ; scientific fir,, lighting or tlrehug catch-
The l-'nlon Bank Creditors Assocl.i- 1 Ing that Joe Johnson left out of that
tion, headed by Senator Torborg. came , parade Tni; Sr.v reporter missed It.
to Albany In bfhalf of tho bill. The I
Governor asked Senator Torbon and
Mr, Goldstein to submit br!ef. before
Wednesdav and also data showing the .
number of claims that have been as- '
'gntd since the bank failed,
f.'ov. Sulzer signed thirty Viills and i
cai'sts had a snaik of sandwiches and
""methlng warming. Dock Cummls--e.it,
r Hubert A C Smith, always
th'iuuh'ta', prodinecl from somewhere a
basket if sandwiches and a tlask of
Scoub Al'jut 3.000 people wished they
knew f omm.ssiuner Smith belter.
Kdltor Ferguson marched with the
Vtu llrcorii staff. All of the copy
readers and reporters wore top hats and
ftock coats and glanced disdainfully at
the newspapf r men In the stand as they
frivolled pas;, li it the very fact that
the editor could take l,;., whole staff and
parade 'em In the middle of the after
noon "bowed that the Vty Hirord isn't
mi much of n newspaper.
Its busine-M ,n the parade was to tell
the -own In big red letter" that Mayor
llavnur had saved JJ.OSf ,n0.,11 In nd
vcrt.sitig and supplies and things since
he took olllce. Anyway, and this If not
petty Jealousy on the part of Tun Sf,
reporter, the civil service put It all over
the Heroitl staff for stvle and looks.
Their silk hats were much, much shlu
ei. The tall, handsome young man with
curly hair who led, the n.t diilslon
was Arlhnr.l n'Kteffe Hrlrige c'ummis
slont r Along with C04 of 1ns engineers
and employee, he carrbd three lloatx,
a beautiful model of the Williamsburg
Bridge, a float showing how telegraph,
telephone and light wires are carried In
cables, over the East Klver bridges and
a btathtlcal float which explained that
ho had saved $!Sf.,ftno for the city In the
milled EukU Wabbly.
After the Tenement House division
marched the men of tho Charities Ds-
The honor men came first and then I'ortment. A float displayed by the
Chief Kenlon, lean nnd capable, with Brooklyn contingent ahowed a very
his staff, the men New York likes to hugo and wabbly gilded wooden eagle,
praise, ijilly and Martin and Ouerln, If over an eagls looked as If It needed
llayes and Crawley and the rest, tramp- charity that eagle, was the one.
Ing with their chief. Tho Klngy County Hospital provided a
Th'-r" were any number of unique clinic float nurses and doctors at work
etn'd twenty-eight lo-cay feature-! about that parade, and one of I over a patient The Ilandall's I'lsnil
He signed tbr bill renrganUirg the the llr.-t that hove In sight was the "oat displayed the rug.", dresses, sh.ies
S'ate Iltnlth tif-partrn- nt and permit, company i f men anil women and chll- and many other things made by the In
tlng him to anpo-nt n St.,i'e Commls- dren who wouldn't have been alle yes- mates, When the l'nrm Colony float
sloncr of Hea.t'i nt an annual salary of terday it it hadn't been for firemen' rolled by the Mayor swung his hnt at
Jfc.OOO for a tf rm of ui. vcars The Com. courage. Two sightseeing automobiles the pretty girls tn charge
mlEsloner l t" I, -ui Si,,te h. m t'i cmin- ' carried ninety people that had bn ' ock 'ommlsinner Smith reared him
til of M. other i,p mbers w ,n wip get j ifrciieil in the past two years. If very proudly by the Major's side
a sslary of 51.000 no1. The Commls- : wh-n his department passed In review,
sloner Is to appoint a deput at J.l.oOn. " "'"'Herty l.nlielli-,1. Its most Interesting ehlhlt was floats
a secretary n t ooo ai ,.,(-.en hivds riey weren't all of coure, but they ll,lis,ralln8: ""' difference between the
of as m.in dlffetnit i-oiih M th I ,u,rP tIl:,, ,.r,'d ,e persuaded t'o i '''''r necossllies of tlftv years ago and
office at Albanv at JlftaO e.,rl, and I t,.,rade. Tacked to the plde of the cats'0! ,n-,l'.l'- . f,no ""''t arrle. the model
twenty dlstrlcl san tatx oo,miS,-., , ..,,. r.i i,.,,,.,,,,! ..lncards. 1 ' nn "'" "ccan steamship i40 feet
inrougnout tne Mate at ;(,iim mcii
Tho Oove:'nor i toed a i 1 1 bi inging
the State education building under the
Jurisdiction of tho State S'.p-r!ut-ndent
of Ihibllc Uiilld'ns. Tivu cuil s-rvlce
law amenrimfnt of .---emblvuian
Walker were vetoed Oik can- the same '
protection aguinM iemi-.il to all com
petltlve employee- aw is enjofd bj vt.
erans and vnlunieer nrrnin. The other
provided that when a jiosltion In com
petltlvo clas is at'ollshed the employee
is to he considered suspended and elig.
ble for reinstatement to a similar com-
relieve position within two years.
From Heath by I'lte.
The Mavof, as keen yesterday for all
interest)!);; things as a child, suddenly I
turned loo"- in a big city, applauded
niightlb. nut he clapped harder when
old Hugh Uurns, the oldest uniformed
man in the service (forty-four years of
worki came spryly along In a division
all by himself and saluted primly.
Following the veteran was the com
pany of retired, riding at their ease, hut
Tin bill establishing a nene'on for "risk old fellows you could see. They
fil?!w prlaon employees Is vetoed be- had filtered the service In 1885 and
cause, It commits tho Stato to a policy ,ne' haven' he" Ions out of harness,
of providing a pension for civil em- Thcn came cnnpany after company
ployeea out of State moneys. 1 of lhe flrcmen- battalion of seven
Ot lte veioed bills twelve were dls- I companies, youne, cleanout fellows, who
approved Yjecatis? their purposes can he 1 on epr ngs for all of their lack
rromr.ii.vi. a nH- .u u ....j- ... . of parade drilling, and presently aD-
cities law- ' 1 Pe&rod the four legaad veterans of the
........ ,w. . w. t . , I'j.illll KBIOOrr I Th... n.lkwa Ahknl 'J 7 .1
htllrtM 4.', tit A....U
Monroe and Oneida countl-., veto.n.:J. ,;xtr,'. 23;' ArrowWo'od, li-evory'
si... W. ,h pn,m ..U, , '"1 one or wiucn nan itaimpea to rrom 8,000
8tat Health Commission to 'n.pect , Moo ,TnN )n his time, The review
kitchens of hotels, public rest, , 1 plnn(, ,nk nfT Ult , , ,
(Jlnini cars and steamboat- and uia'.,u,u mav heiinve
Ins II a mlademennor to use iiti-iihlls
bill dealred bv ,tc--,l ua-Btate I (13Par'mffu; th horse that have swiftly, Thern wss a smind of bg run
ocratic bounty 'AZ " 'W .J-.-T
n uiyarmaa cimni as oner Tk... ..... .j7 .. .1.
cr dishes not cleaned In
annr, was slpned.
oi may hellnve.
1 'hlef I'eier H, Hhorl, the thlrly-flve year
servli'i, veteran, and tlm model of the
fin-boat William .1. (laynor, wera so
long, a giant In lis rrlnd. Tb nthr
showed the 1,000 font transatlantic
'tramshlps of 19U, There was also a
diver's scow with a real dlvor, who came
up for nlr Just as ho passed the Mayor.
Health Flnata In Mnr,
Tho Health Department's exhibit
was pretty much a matter of placarded
statistic. "A City Buys Its Own Death
Rate," was Dr. Lederle's opening sen
tence. And then, float by float, ho told
people how the annual death rato had
been reduced to 14,11, how death from
smanpox and meanics and diphtheria
had been cut down.
Thero were pure milk floats, irrlm
looking mosquito killers, a modal opto
air tuberoulosls bungalow and a swat
the fly float, "The only way tf kill th
fly In to olean up," was the final show
wagon In line.
Thn Mayor's Bureau of Licenses, Chief
anmes ,1, wounra ton fontl. naiuuiil
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Beginning To-Morrow and Lasting Throughout the Week
A Tremendous Purchase and Sale of
Porch & Summer Furniture
At Remarkably Reduced Prices
Club Plan Payments
Those who prefer to make
payments at Intervals may do
so by joining O'NelU's House
hold Club Plan.
The surplus stock of a well-known manufacturer of high grade furniture
resulted in this wonderful sale, which affords those contemplating furnishing
their summer homes with furniture of rare quality and splendid workmanship
a wonderful opportunity to purchase at low prices.
A Wide Assortment of Reliable Wicker & Reed
Porch & Lawn Furniture
Hedroom Furniture, Beds, Dressers,
Chiffoniers, Toilet Tables, etc.
Suits for the Porch
SetMe ... ,
Ilockrr . .
Hwlnir tn m.Uch
25 Mission Beds All Sizes-
White Knamel Suit
f(f ia.?. ltrl-r
-m rhuir '.( fide Chair .
Forest Green Suit
High Tt c It nnclfr.
Weather proof ; built for comfort
I an Sun ,
ft io i hair
Five Thousand Handsome New
In grem unil r.ntural tlnl'h, nrnng
und coort lnnklnic,
75c. tn $1.75.
Hlrli Ilick norl,r
lllirli H. k I" all
Itounl TjM .
Jumbn ll..t;.rr ii.;a
Gncn Reed Suit
SJ.no While i:nninrl Dmwr
lliMio Uhllt- Kiihiiii-I ChllTunlrr
IS. oi) t lilt. Kimiiifl miini
li.l.oii lir I nnnii l ChilTiiiiIrr
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Mi.ixi linrj llnumrl llrrrr.
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ll.llil Klllnril ll.lt. lll,. Tali If- . 20.1111
41.011 I iimiil link ( Iiimmicr . r:.u
Enamel Bedroom Suit, S55.75, see below
Half Price and Less Beds, Springs and Mattresses
HMBBMHBMMM Kll.'I.'k I till fllll I ! f ll llnifc Rfll. In A I I
fSO.'.'S l.imrantreil llr llnl, In a'l
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S30.15 (.iinrimtrril llm llril, 4.( fIe.
tiuurantml lining llril, 4.6 rl7,
'!. .VI (iiiaruntrril llrn Hit), 4.6 rlto .
A ."I1?' Iit of (omniodims
COt CH HAMMOCKS
with ntnnit rn I i' 'Us o..rt' frr
th por. h h ',.t la vvti
tUrtt cr,a n tirul k)u.ki sr
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I)rrrr mill.no ?:s.oo
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10-i'iecc Chamber Suit
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"u'l"' H. .'" ;:t:!'ucl Hl.SU Whllr Knuinil lli-.l. nit hlz. s. SI.1S
Fnnmcl Hedroom Suit iiiif l.-nuniri iir.i, a.i h..m
i.numti nturuum ouu K, .. v,mi,n ,.rf ltru,f, ail te, s.i.i
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lO'Neill-Adams Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street, New York City
MAYOR SIGNS NEWSSTAND BILL.
AIIiimn rnilurn .ill liliall. nml
Nrm iilmny KIiikUm.
Mayor Uaynor slencl th PolHck litll
ycstfritay, which jrovldii for np!tamlH
alnnc tho HlJfW.ilk, where thn ftwi lltii'
has t'i-n aliollshftl. anrt nt tli- front anil
on his for tiarailo doportmrnt. Ho hail I tt .... , , a 'roar of .utnny kloakj. If Gov. faulzi-r
nut in tho lura.lo overy plnk-lrab ah ; ...."71." ..VT, , ... , . . . , 1 ,V "i 1 " i 'ho " "". law
nii-nt luilnt turnoil out It wouldn't likos to son Its police forco on parado.
havo mail., murli )iffironco. Itlu Hill, Tin- hcartlect appUuse of the parailo
c'.irrjlnc all tho prid, ami Joy of hw was roservi-d for the last, whon tin- in
Job in his tlashlni; . wont pa.n th Ur,.ctors and tho captain.- nnd tho lieu
Mayor majestically. And tlv Mayor I tonnnta nnd tho plain coppors that
Joyed In tho rilKht.
orryhody known or has hoard of pwunt;
HlK HIH'h nion marched with a rood I by with mllltarv fashion.
fiwtiit ami no upparimoni nan .inyimnu ,... T!.. MP1sUv., ,.,a on, ..... ,
. f..rrt ..,.11 ..It ..n tl.
. l, l,l ,1,, ,, f ' "
nm-r a,h ,:;;; ronuirc,; ; ,
time as the reviewing of T.OOti illco- I I)al-- nt th(1 lir;ltl f l10 I
men jinont. found frlonds overywhoro. l.nhoy '
A 'curly halrod hov drove n Photland I ' ""'ri'-il tho third; Cahalane, the;
pnnv and a miniature cart Wo wheel-M i fl,ur,h- Hwynr. tho fifth: Paurot. h.-ad
h:s iiony in tront of 'h- Mav,v. solemnly ""' 'lotootivo l.urenu. tho sixth: C,!. '
rr moved his helmet, bowed nnd dr.... I ' PVolUll: lluplie?. tho eluhtli;
,, . I'arrei:, tho ninth; Hnrklns, tho tenth;
Mnro nml .lro li rnrln,
There was a lonu delay. Several .tun
dred ash, carts had passed and most
riHonle thoucht that another depart
ment w,n i-omiiiK. They vsero wroiiK )
I'roscntly several hundred mote ash
.iris .mne.-ired. ('ommUslonor Waldo
told tho Mayor that he thought Hiw I till ""eo nm.
The Mayor vetood similar hill be-
cniio It pave the Hoard of Aldermen tho
rUht to llef-v the Hand.". The Pollack
hill Is In lino with hl pnlioy of removlni;
all possibility of the Aldermen rnllectlnrf
To carrv t'i" new liw Into rf.'oct th
AUI-nwn imi.it pns an ordinance in stm!
! l.ir teili!". and 'hit oid'ia'ieo will, of
j rouro. In- mlJ"rt tn the approval of the
i Kormiw, thn oleventh; Oohen, thn I sl ,yor
twelfth, nnd Donley, the thirteenth Al-
most without exception they are in-. Ulli JUIIIjMUS.
spectors mado by Waldo.
As th pollen regiments went by at n
f.is' clip one observed whnt every smo
ifedlne po'lee parade emphasises, that
the o.d men and the fat are helnr;
The cops that marched
u.ii ,lnol,llne his oarts around tho li. yesterday wore, ninety-nine nut of ii
brarv corner .-o as to moke a IiiBRor hundred. vounr. athlot'c. lean bodied -showing
Tho trouhle was that the! men. A few blir paunched captains ro. !
crowds bolow were ruttinn In in front! main, but not many
of the ash cam and delaylw? tho parade.
After more loiiB delays nnd more dl-1 nnnda RnllTon Thins;,
visions of ash carts the. Park Depart- Rv.n. ban(, thflt npproached tnP rr. j
ment cot its chance. It proved per- v,,wlnp 5tand wheded to the rlBht and'
hnps the most mrreoable shciw of the tonk pn!rit(Ml m Forty.nr!t street, play
parade. There were 1"' ,""ev"f Inp marchlnr; time until the next band
young tres, of pretty Blrls, PtayCTund came n)ong. Ths WM a nw Well or,
float, with children, a float e. WWtoR , tM CommlMlonPr WnM, and It
tasBers and Phelunts. but ho dldn'tnfl" of 'he
make food. But he did produce a Harry Thf bicycle men. tho squadrons of
Lauder shepherd In plaids and tartan, I mounted men nnd the motorcycl men
who went by whistling to two flno col-1 clned tho police division and ended the
Ilea. It was John Conway, the park pa't'df. It had taken 7,224 policemen
shepherd. Just fifty-seven minutes to pass the
Mayor. It took tho others, 4.625, two
h 4'nrls fiel I, out. hours nnd thirty-nine minutes, n' Bond
. . , j. deal of which was used up In waiting
Just when everybody was Bottins ' B,nc.LtF
ready to ohrer for Corrections. Weights 1 1 LJ I? ,l inm.nr'r,,.! n
, ',, .,., i, Tho la.t of the column went past th
and McahUies and Taxes alons came . .... It '" ., i
I SU-vear-nld Theodore .Tannnskv of tn:
'I lay treet. (iree iipoint, w.ts killed voster-
day bv fallim: 'vimiv tet ftom a tlf'h
1 Poor v.i'.iiow tn the vnril He n Match
mi; a d, u iiMhikihK a lat vhen the acii
: .lohn lifitry, t .vear old, of lna Wash
Incion street, .latnaiea, Qut'C!" a section
I foreman on lhe I.om; l-laiid llailioad, was
. killed hy an oiulno at the llill.lde elation
W'-tojilay lie leaves a widow and two
David Weln-trauh ;e rirs old, a man
seer of the Met roiiolltan Hot rl. ;i0 llnule-
Mini. i;oi i;nway nenen, ins kiiiou ny i;ns
comtiiK from a leaky as heater yesterday
INSPECTOR HARKINS TO RETIRE.
ttoo Pro in Itiiiitnlniiiiiii to III Prei-
iii I (iruilu In -1) Yt-nr.
Inspector Patrick J. Harklna of the
ElRhth inspection district, which Include i
the downtown part of lirooklyn, apflle.l
esteplay at Police Headquarters tc h
retired. Ho is C5 years old and has sp-nt
more than twenty-five years In thn u".
Ho lll receive ns a pensioner $1 ,7f 0 a
year, half of an Inspector's salary. He
aiv.:nted a roundsman In lib", lln row
rapidly throw; h the various rfradts i
hecaine an inf.pt rtor on April 11, 1007. It,
Is mauled and llts ut 2sl Hride strtt,
MUNICIPAL ICE AT A PROFIT.
Col. (inelliuls suyi I'lnn Is I'ennlhle
fop rnr VorU,
rannnia fnnal Kimineer (iolh's t 1
fiirnli-h data ooverin tho inanufaen
and u-o ot artinVi.il ice for those wlio fate
the plan for a muni ipal Ire plant for '
cry of ew York, aioordinc to l.rnc
liolini, eoirr-pondliii M-ereiarv of (
( oi.'ral I I'ltcr.iteil 1'nion.
Wv will iepi to the ficurcs of t'o
Knn-Ucrboeker lee Conipaiiy. paid 5
Holiiu, "and wo will show iliat uri i 1 1
lie i an bo manufactured hy the muri
paltly at a iilee profit to the cilv and tha
a inunicltial ire nlant wMt 1m i.,u.ihi i .
uie cnv oi ,cw lorn
henon.im. tin! nl. r
people bin lli city im well "
another division of Hit: Hill's ash carta
that had jrnt lost in the shuffle some.
Mavor at 5:07 P. M.. but It was well
on toward nightfall before Broadway
and KlKhty-slxth street Rllmpsed tho
I rear Kiiard.
CLARK PRAISES UNCLE JOE.
muuipumi, roimu un tne avenue.
rirnwned nil other nmmds. flure. It was
HIlT Hill Hdwnrds and 1,771 of his sweep
ers nnd drivers, not to mention the ash
Mayiii" Onvrtnr turned with a nhueWla.
' Walt till vnu havo eoan Wif mil,"
tin told tha ladles, "You'll son (.nmn
llilnpf." The fart ih Mr. Uaynor underbtated
the lose. If the rest oj'lhe depart-
how. The Mayor leaned back and
laughed until he had to wipe his eyes.
'Just wait till I get hold nf Kdwards,"
ho chuckled. "You can't beat Hie Hill."
Mr. Ki! wards appeared from up street
and the Mayor hailed htm gleefully. rIv
inu him a chunk of raisin cake, about
nil that was left of Commissioner
Smith's lunch supply.
"Anyway, Dill." said the Mayor, pat
ting him on the back, "you nave us a
The Department of Correction ex
hibited skill In craftmanshlp of pris
oners. Weights and Measures displayed
a wagonload of crooked devices that had
been confiscated, Ex-Coroner George
F. Shrady led the aqueduct police, as
soldierly a looklnn lot as you can find
The Water Department exhibited Its
best uses. One float, upon which work
men lolled reading a newspaper, was
placarded "This Is the way we used to
hasten to mend a bad leak," The Life
Having Corps, In white rittek, was heart
Hooray (op Johnson t"
Commissioner Johnson doubled back
from somewhere up north, Tho Mayor
caught his arm and made him bow tn
"Hooray for Johnson," saM tho Mayor,
"lis has given us a mighty good show,"
At last camo thn police, 1,'iH utmng,
mora inun than tho riopartment had
aver paraded, Hiding nt thn heud
Chief Inspector Max V. Hotimlltborger,
Hitting his hnrtjo with Prussian tUlff
netis, baliitlntf with bavagn pranlslnn.
Then camn I ho honor men of sixteen
years, who had wan their inoriala hy
just missing death,
There's ne use talking, New Torklwerk ef th perstn eemmtmsratea.
Mr Ilea Kind Words for the I. at
Pottstown, Pa., May 1". Speaker
Champ Clark gave his reminiscences of
official life In Washington In an address
before the Hill School students here te
night. Mr. Clark praised Uncle Joe. Cannon
as havlnir been a great Speaker. He con
sldered that the late Thomas B. Reed was
a cteat character and an Intellectual force
In the Speaker's chair,
"Like Heed." ho said, "I admit It Is
almost Impossible to draw a definition on
trusts and get a line on the statute books
nlitch will allow legitimate business to
go on and yet shut out the small bodies
of rich men entirely surrounded by
HALL OP FAME WANTS HELP.
Everybody Invited til tuhln It in.
scrlntlesa for Tablet.
New Tork University wantu help In get
ting Insorlptloiw fur lit bronaa tablets
ion to be unveiled Jn the Hall of Fame In
memory of Harriet Headier utnwa n,...,.
res Elisabeth Wltlard, Roger Williams.
JJdgar Allan JVia, Oliver Wendell Holmwi
?IJ!! ,?r'nlnT' (:P8'i Phillips Brooks
William Cullen Bryant, Qenrgj Banoroft
Andrew Janliaon and John lothron
It Is announced that the Itucrlntloin
should lie from the writings of eaoli of
theke famous Americana and ahm.M i.
such as to reprettnt the character and
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