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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, June 28, 1903, Last Edition, Section Four, Image 25

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Men With Offices in inTheir I ITheir
Their fiats ats I
T least 10000 men In New York Yorkl Yorklave Yorkhave
AT l have lave their office ottices In their hats hatsThey hatay hatsThey
They y earn good livings their theirmethods theirnethode th ei rmethods
methods are honest and they are respectable re respectable reSpectable ¬
spectable members of society Their Theirincomes TheirIncomes TheirIncomes
incomes range from 1000 to I50M Soot a ayear
year 3 ear and in some cases they far sur surpass anrss surpass ¬ I
pass ss these figures They constitute thefringe the thefringe
II IInnge
fringe nnge of the skirt of legitimate bust
iitss 21 but this does not mean that their theirailing
tailings verge on the questionable On I
the contrary they are gleaners gleanersth08 gleanersthoseWho those
who ho pick up the crumbs which fall
from the banquet board of Dives for in t tthe Ithe
the downtown district many choice I
financial morsels might go to waste if
It were not for these hangerson j jMany
Many of these officeiess business men menare menare I
are not mere dependents They have
a aorth
north orth of their own Irrespective of the thogroat thegreat I Igrpat
great game which is being played play on all allfHies aUfid allfides
fides fid 8 and In which they
are sometimesBalled sometimes sometimescalled sometimesalled
called upon to act as insignificant insignificantpawns InsignificantIawns j
pawns In fact some of the big deals dealsuld dEalsuld dealsuld
uld not be consummated without the theiiid
11 iiid id of the man who keeps his office in
his hat hatThey hatThe hatThey
They The do not need offices They are
the nomads of business the roofless i i iArabs
Arabs who fold their tents with the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the ousiness hour and keep
ever on the march Of course they j
have homes those tho e who earn enough tomaintain to I Imaintain I Irnaintain
maintain households of their th lr own But Butwhen I Ivhen Iwhtn
when they leave their domiciles in the themorning themorning I
morning they can claim no habitation habitationuntil habitationuntil
until they the return after the close of the I
days routine Sometimes they tire of
this office offtcdess less existence and for the theFake theake theI
Fake of adding fancied respectability to totheir toIheir
I their 1 callings they cast out a sheet sheetanchor sbeetanchor sheetanchor
anchor in the way of hiring lrlng desk room roomvith roomr I
vith r ith some established firm
> rm Beyond the thewhich r
yt rfantart 4 of thus having an address to toWhich I
which mail may ma be sent they derive
little benefit from this step
It is estimated that there are between I I
900 oo and 1060 1 real estate brokers in New Nework Nework
York ork who belong INIoqto to this class c An of I
lice h f would be of little advantage to
them They are on the move from frommorning frommorning frommorning
morning until night hustling huaUln from one onereal oneral onereal
real estate firm to another getting ttlng of ¬
fers making propositions visiting vari various varlus va l lour
our us pieces of property Some have haverice haveIrinted haveprinted
printed cards on which appears an of
rice f ce address if you undertook to look lookTip lookup lookup
up the number numb > r It is quite probable it itwould ItWuuld itWould
would turn out to be the residence of oft
t the broker In 99 cases Out of 100 be j
t tl1s lla you he will call on you if you de desire desire i isire I
sire to see him again Instead of putting putting5tu I
5 5tu < > u to the trouble of looking him up
It is not out of poverty that these men menare i I
are re without offices In the busy season seaMOnme seasonnsome
1 some me of them earn commissions which whichaverage I I
average 200 OO a week Other of course
have to be content with th a bare living Dvm DvmIth f fwith
with Ith want staring tABm 1 7pm in the face at atnil atail i inil
nil times Yet thesewanderers these wanderers are the theKeenest
Keenest judges of reklty values in the thecity i icity
city ity They know the history of every everyInarketablt everymarketable I I Imarketable
marketable piece of property from the I
Battery Ha t tery to the Bronx Many large largetransactions Iar largetransactions
transactions which mean tens of thousands thou thousands thouSands ¬ I
sands and occasionally millions to the theprincipals theprincipals I
principals principalsb8xe have been get e on foot and r
brought to a close by these peripatetic ert patetJe
brokers brokersAnother hrokersAnother brokersAnother
Another class cia of o officetese ebkes gobe gobetweens lo obe obetveens e e1tens ¬
tweens which is Isbl indispensable bJe to tathe tathel the he
financial l nancial world s the bond broker Of Ofcourse Ofturse Ofcurse
course there are bond brokers who are areWashington areIn areIn
In th Wrong Room RoomWashington RoomWashington
Washington Star StarI
I reached my room in the San Fran Francisco Frantisco Francisco ¬
cisco hotel at which I was stopping stoppingtoward stoppingtuward stoppingtoward
toward midnight one night last month monthsaid monthaid monthsaid
said aid a traveling diamond salesman who whodropped whodlopped whodropped
dropped off In Washington Waahln ton on his re return 1 1turn
turn to New York Before entering enteringthe eJlteringthe enteringthe
the room I was surprised to see through throughthe throughthe
the transom that there was wasa a light in inzny InIn inmy I
zny In Y room but I supposed uppo ed that the thechambermaid theham thechambermaid
chambermaid ham bermald had turned on the elec electric elecTric electric ¬
tric light in distributing towels and Del had hadforgotten hadforgotten hadforgotten >
forgotten to turn the light off I did j jnot jTlOt inot
not entertain that idea very long When
1 entered the room roomI I had inadvertently inadvertentlyleft lpadvertentlyleft y yleft
left the key in the door in starting for forthe forthe
the theatre that evening evening1 I saw a tall tallman tallnan taliman I
man standing by my bureau He had luidl luidlh i ihis ih
his h i is back to me when I pushed open the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door but he quickly wheeled and re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded me with a sort of stunned ex expression exrf exI ¬
pression I rf ression > 8sion On account of the gems which whichI
I occasionally have on my person per on I Iliave IlIa Ihave
have lIa ve to pack a gun around with me meard mea mend
a ard nd it didnt take me long to put this thisintruder thl thlintruder thisintruder
intruder under the gun gunYou gunYou gunYou
You might as well put your hands handsup handaup handsup
up I said ad to him entering the room roomand roomand roomand
and closing clo tng the door after me meIt meIt meIt
It looks that way the man replied re replied relied ¬
plied lied pointing upward with both his hishands hishands hishands
hands handsI
I was tired so I sat t down in arook arooking a aIng cook cooking
ing chair near the door keeping keep keep the thevun then
vun n pointed at the interloper all the thetime theHme theme
time time13een me meSeen Seen here i sag toogr a < < 1 I asked eel th t tOnly thwlaa thwlaaOnly MUi MUiOnly
Only a few minute be replied repliedcoolly repliedCIOJy repliedcoolly
coolly coollyFind Find anything worth while yetr 7 yet < < 1 I IHavent Ia Iaskeg
a askeg kea him himHavent himHavent
Havent had time to search yet yetsaid yetsaid yetsaid
said the chap and a a smile aIIe flickered flickeredaround ftlclteredaround flickeredaround
around the corners of hi hW mouth monthYou mouthYou mouthYou
You take things pretty easy dont dontou dont dontyou cJo t tou
you ou said I to him him1 I was a bit nettled nettledover nett1e4Over nettledover
over the fellows imperturbability imperturbabilitySoso
Soso he replied Say can I let letmy letmy letmy
my arms down and rest em I havent haventgot haventglt haventgot
got any shooting iron on meWell me meWell meWell
Well you stand right by that win window wlndw window ¬
dow overlooking the court with your yourarms yourarms yourarms
arms close to your sides I said to tohim tobim tohim
him but if you make a move Im go going goJn going ¬
ing Jn to put a ball through you youO
0 K said this cool customer and andhr an anhI andhe
hr lowered his arms stepped over to tothe tothe tothe
the window I indicated and pressed pressedhis pressedhis pressedhis
his arms to his side sides lde He was a good goodlooking goo gaollooking
looking ookin < < and exceedingly well dressed dressedman dressednan dressedman I
man I had heard of the coolness of offirstrate offirstrate offirstrate
firstrate professional crooks when whencorralled whencorralled
corralled but the benign way this fellow fel fellow fellow ¬ I
low smiled upon me was both puzzling puzzlingand
and irritating irritatingBeen irritatingBeen
Been in the business s longr long I asked askedhim askedhim I Ihi
him hi
Quite Qul a spell he answered looking lookingme I
me straight in the eye and the smile smilestill smUestill smilestill
still playing around his lips lipsDone lipsDone lipsDone
Done much time I inquired inquiredOh
Oh he replied chuckling in his hismystifying hismystifying hismystifying
mystifying fashion rte served sev several several several ¬
eral terms termsBeen termsBeen termsBeen
Been mugged frequently I sup supposer suppose suppose
poser pose said I IIve IIve
Ive had ha quite a few pictures taken tak taken taken ¬ I
en said the man Say how about my j jsitting i isitting iSitting
sitting down in this chair here hered heredmind here1y dye dyemind o omind
mind mindNot Not if you behave said I still stillkeeping stillkeeping stillkeeping I
keeping the gun on him But youll youlllong youUhave youllhave
have plenty of time to sit down downon n a along I Ilong
long bench benchwhere where Im going to send sendyou sendyou i iyou
you youWeD WeD you might give ive a fellow a ashow ashow ashow
show for his white ailty said the man mandepositing ma madepositing mandepositing
depositing himself in an ua easy y chair chairand cb chairand tr trand
and placing his hands behind his head headI hea hear
I havent yent swiped anything What Whafsthe Whatsthe s stbee
the tbee JMe of railroading me me1have meI me7bave
1have I ha H a citizens duty to perform performtoward ptrlormtoward performtoward
toward society < my friend I said to tohim tohim
him ry hm11 cmniy lr and blamed if he didntlama didnt didutla t i ilausa
lama la a ui J1 my face < lC
tenants of the t e most expensive skyen sky skycmpers sky8CJPeI8
cmpers en But there are others keen keeneyed keeneJ i ieyed iclear
eyed eJ + d clear eJearJaeade4 headed Judges of securities securitieswho securitieswho i iIto
who Ito make the rounds of these sky skyscraper skyscrapers ¬
scraper in search of commissions forputting for forputting forputting
putting new 1I < < W issue f aue on the market If Ifsuch Ifsuch
such bond have no standing at thetime the theto thetime
time of Issaanee ce these brokers ers proceed I Ito ito
to talk them into the status of desirable desirableinvestment desirableinvestments I
Investments Their reward is the difI dif difference difference ¬
ference between the asking aakln and selling sellingpHce sellingPrice sellingprice I
Price and It to to their advantage advanta to tomake tomake
make this margin as wide as possible possibleMunicipal poalbleMunicipal possibleMunicipal
Municipal traction and waterworks securities se securities ¬ = I
curities of western cities have found foundtheir foundtheir
their way into the safety deposit d posIt vaults vaultsof
of big investor largely Ia ly through the en energy energy energy ¬
ergy and eloquence of these agents agentswho agentswho agentswho
who are so busy going around to the of offices offices ¬
fices of other men that they thE would not notvisit notvisit notvisit
visit their own if they had them themSome themSome
Some of these brokers brok rs are compara comparative comparative comparative ¬ I
tive strangers in New York wideawake wideawakemen
men from other cities who have tried triedin triedin
in vain to obtain a connection with an anestablish anestablisbed
establish e tabli bfd d firm rm here They art ar experts expertson I
on the subject of f securities but their theironly theironly theironly
only hope for the time being is to be beccme beI beIceme I Icome
come free lances it is needless to tosay tosay I
say the best are soon induced to aban abaadon abandon abandon ¬
don this precarious method of earning earninga
a Hv UveUhocj lihocj for a position with some somereputable somereputable somereputable
reputable firm but their places are aretaken aretaken aretaken
taken by others othersWall othersWall othersWall
Wall street is full of men without withoutoffices withoutoffices withoutoffices
offices Some call themselves bulls and andother andothers andothers
others do not hesitate he itate to proclaim proclaimthemselves proc1almthem proclaimthemselves
themselves them elve bears 1 eara Cynical observers observershowever observershoweyer observershowever
however pronounce prooounee them lambs Day Dayafter Daya Dayafter
after a ter day they are found in their seatsin seats seatsIn I
In the brokers offices by the time the theticker theticker
ticker has ba recorded recor ed the first sale on theStock the thestock thestock
stock exchange Solemnly they blink blinkat bUakat blinkat I
at th the figures as they are marked up upThey upThey upThey
They can get et as excited as any one over overthe overthe
the rise and fall of a particular stock stockSome stockSome stockSane
Some of the lambs are retired busi business business business ¬ I
ness men who like to amuse themselves themselveswith themselveswith themselveswith
with the fiction that they have not yet yetgiven yetgiven
given up active participation in affairs affairsOthers ateairsOthers affairsOthers I
Others are e hangerson who do not make makea
a tradeonce tra4e once a month m4 > nth Yet here they theysit theysit I
sit from 10 until 3 rkers in a game gamewhich gamewbleh gamewhich
which has more fascination than the so socalled socaBed socalled
called sport of kings Offices Officesthey they have havenone havenone havenone
none They would not know kno what to do dowith dowith dowith
with them Yet they the live and breathe breatheand breatheand breatheand
and have their being They have moaey moaeyeome money moneysome moneysome
some some of them tbemDd and audacious indeed indeedwoul InGeeclwoult I Iwould
woul would be b the man who would call these theserespectable j I
re respectable pectable looking men vagrants vagrantsOn
I Ikei
On Broad street where the curb mar market market ¬
ket holds its open air sessions are aresome areome areSome
some of these nomadic business menThey menThey men j jThey
They are l not many Most of these thesebrokers tbe thesebrokers e ebrokers
brokers are reprBsentatlves rep ntat1ves of established estab eatabIished i ilished
lished firm and only a few who w o deal de in inoutside innIt8hte inoutside
outside < < securities keep their offices in intheir Intheir intheir
their hat bats Only dire stress of o poverty povertyIs j
is responsible for the latter condition conditionfor conditionfor conditionfor
for an office o tce is a necessity to the stock stockbroker stockbroker stockbroker
broker whether he deals in highclass highclasslisted highclasslisted highclasslisted
listed securities or Labrador Gas GasA GasA GasA
A different state of affairs prevails prevailson preV1 1s 1son
on New street Here Hereone < one finds the scav scavenger seavencen scavengers ¬
enger of the street the privilege privilegecrowd privl1egecrowd privilegecrowd
crowd to whom any crumb that falls fallsfrom fallsfrom fallsfrom
from the table is acceptable Their Th lr ses sessIons seeclone j jsioas
clone are ate teln in the th Open air too but their theirtransactions theirtramlactlons theirrtransactions
transactions are not recognized recog lzed by the th th8teek thestock i istock
stock exchange exch They deal in puts putsand putsand putsand
and calla spreaise spread and stradlesj stra siraddhes siraddhesTheys d1es d1escM
Xtoay cM died 4IIedAz hard hrd4he the privilege men menTheir JRenTheir men menTheir
Their last claim to stock exchange re respectability respectability respectability ¬
spectability was torn from them when whenYoull whenYoull hen henYoull
Youll be laughing on the other side sideof sideof sideof
of your mouth presently said I Iverely se severely severely ¬
verely at that but he went right on onhawhawing onhawhawlng onhawhawing
hawhawing in the most hearty and andgood andnatured andgood
good natured fashionimaginable fashionimaginableSay fasblon imaginable imaginableSa7
< < Say look here heskid h hen kid when whencould he hecould hecould
could control his laughter what is the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of this room any way wayThat wayrhat wayThat
That is I9S > I replied Why do doyou doyou doyou
you ask that thatOh thatOh thatOh
Oh I just wanted to know knowl I Im Imagined imag1necf imagined ¬
agined something somethl g of the sort when you youcame youcame youcame
came in the man replied and then he heexploded heexploded heexploded
exploded Into another fit of laughter laughterI
I got up from my chair still Ull point pointing polntins pointtog ¬
ins the gun at him in case he might mightmake mlthtmake nightmake
make some quick move and get the thebulge thebulge thebulge
bulge on me and backed toward the thecall theeall thecall
call button I touched the button with withmy withmy withmy
my free hand handTm handIm handIm
Im sorry but its going to be a apinch apine apinch
pinch for you my friend I said to him himWell himW himWell
Well W l1 I suppose It cant be helped helpedhe helpedhe helpedhe
he replied continuing his chuckling chucklingWhen chuck1lnWhen chucklingWhen
When the bell boy came I told him himto blmto himto
to send the house detective to my room roomat roomat roomat
at once While waiting for the appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance of the house detective I asked my myprisoner myprl myprisoner
prisoner prl ofter a good many questions about abouthis abouthis abouthis
his way of life how he had happened happenedto
to drift into the profession of a hotel hotelsneak hotelsneak
sneak if he had ever succeeded in mak making makiag making ¬
11 11sneak
ing any big hauls and so on He re replied replied replied ¬
plied to my questions with the most mostperfect mostperfect mostperfect
perfect frankness and amiability but buthe buthe buthe
he laughed so much all the time that I Ifeared Iteared Ifeared
feared he had become sort of hysteric hysterical ¬
al over the suddenness with which I Ihad 1had Ibad
had nailed Mm MmI
I was standing In the middle of the theroom theMOm theroom
room with my gun still pointing at my myprisoner myprisoner myprisoner
prisoner when the house detective detectiverapped deteetiYerapped detectiverapped
rapped on the door and came in when whenI
I gave the Enter The house detective detectivestared detectiventafed I
stared at the situation with th an ex extremely e etrer extremely ¬
tremely trer 1el7 blank face faceHey faceHey ace aceHey
Hey whats coming off here hereCoarleyr hereClaarl hereChaney
Coarleyr Claarl he said to the t e man maaen on whom whomI
I had the bead beadnd and it was my turn rn to tofeel toteel tofeel
feel blank if I didnt look it itOh itOh itOh
Oh nothing notaln Jack replied the man manaddressed manaddressed
addressed as Charley by the tbehouse house detective de detective detective ¬
tective except that Ive ve been doing a alittle aJlttle alittle
little ballsneaking ball andrm and Im under the thegun thepnthat thegunthats
gun pnthat thats an and he burst bur t into a aroar aroa aroar
roar roa of laughter laughterGot lautrhterGot laughterGot
Got Into the wrong room I sup supposer suppose suppose
poser pose said the house detective detectivegrinning detectivegrtnnllW detectivegrinning
grinning All the rooms along this row roware roware roware
are just alike alikethat that it Charley CharleyWML Charleywell CharleyWsll
well my numbers 19 161 and it seems seemsthis seemstltla seemsthis
this is 188 said the tall man whom whom1 whom1had I Ihad Ihad
had held up upPut upPut upPut
Put down your popper pal said saidthe aidthe Saidthe
the house hou e detective to t me with a still stillbroader sdlJbroader stillbroader
broader grin and then he Introduced Introducedme
me to State Senator Charles Blank BlankI BlankIwort BlankIwont r rwojrt
wont mention his name nameone one of the thewealthiest thewealthJnt thewealthiest
wealthiest wealthiest land owners and fruit fruitraiser frultral8ers fruitraisers
raiser in California CaliforniaI
I had h d to clean up my San 1 Francisco Franciscoboatne Franciscobulllnea + randscobuhlness
boatne and leave there in a hurry hurryI hurryIoouldnt hurryIcouldnt I Icouldnt
couldnt stand for the enormous enormousamount enormousalllOun enormousamount
amount of buying when the story got gotaround gotaround gotaraand
around among the gang gangDog1 lDgS gangDog
Dog Winked at Pre Pretty GirL GirLNew GirlNew GirLNew I
New York Sun SunIf SunIf
If he had been a man he might have havegot havegot havegot I
got a licking Since he was only a adog adog adog
dog he was rated a beast of Intelli Intelligence Int intelligence ¬
gence discernment and good judgment judgmentInto jud
Into a Nostrand avenue car In Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn a woman with a permit brought broughta
a fine beagle and sat down opposite oppositea I Ia
a handsome hanc ome young woman who was ac accompanied accom accompanied ¬
com companied ed by an athleticlooking young youngman youngman youngman
man The young woman evidently liked likeddogs likeddogs i idogs
dogs for she gazed admiringly at the thebeagle thebeagle i ibeagle
beagle as 8 he nestled at the feet of his hismistress hismistress
m1 mistressPresently mistress mistressPresently tre8ll tre8llPresently
Presently the beagle caught the theglance theglance
glance of the young woman and slowly slowlyand slowlyand slowlyand I
and deliberately closed c his left eye in a aCissyLoftug aCissyLoftus I ICissy
CissyLoftug Cissy Lottus wink The young woman womanjust womanjust
just as is slowly and deliberately returned returnedthe retnrnedthe returthew
the wink w whereupon the dog opened openedhis openedhis openedhis I
his mouth 1 OQth th and stretched his lips in ingood ingood ingood
good imitation of a broad smile smileThe smileThe smileThe
The smile was answered by the hand handsome handsome handsome ¬
some girl who then turned to her es
> c
they wen abandoned by Russell Sage SageEven sageEven Sagel
l Even > ven after privileges were barred by bythe bytile bythe
the exchange it was common to deal in inRussell inRua inRussell
Russell Rua ell Sage privileges Contracts Contractstened Contractsaped Contractssigned
aped by the financier agreeing to buy j i ior
or sen stock at certain figures at a stip stipalated stipulated I Inlated
nlated time were dealt in on New street streetbut streetbut streetbut
but now even this has ceased ceasedNevertheless ceasedNevertheless ceasedNevertheless
Nevertheless the privilege crowd crowdstill crowdstiU crowdstill
still holds forth Little groups are arescattered areacattered arescattered
scattered along the pavement dicker dickering dickerIng dickering ¬
ing over this and thatstock that stock their deals dealsfrequently dealsfrequently dealsfrequently
frequently interrupted by some passing passingcab passingcab passingcab
cab or truck which causes the brokers bro brokers bT bTkers ¬
kers to take refuge on the sidewalk sidewalkFor sidewalkFor sidewalkFor
For the most part they are older than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the curb brokers and the stress of ofspeculation ofspeculation ofspeculation
speculation manifests itself most clear clearly clearly clearly ¬
ly in frayed raiment and an absence of ofthat ofthd ofthat
that jaunty air alrwhleh which seems inseparable inseparablefrom inseparablefrom inseparablefrom
from success in life They have no of offices offlces offices ¬
fices nor do they need them for the thetransactions thetransacticns thetranracticns
transactions are susceptible of easy ad adjustment adjustmen adjustment ¬
justment justmentIn t tIn
In the mercantile district the offlceless offlcelessbusiness officelessbusiness ofcelessbusiness
business men are an entirely different differentclass dlrterel1tela differentclass
ela class They have a standing which Is Isbased isbaled isbased
based on expertness in one line or an another another another ¬
other They are employed as buyers buyersentertainers buyersentertainers buyersentertainers
entertainers arbitrators etc during duringcertain duringcertain duringcertain
certain seasons Every large New York Yorkfirm Yorkfirm Yorkfirm
firm has its own corps of such men al although although although ¬
though the staff is recruited from these thesefloaters thesefloaters thesefloaters
floaters for a brief period In the thespring thesprlnp thespring
spring and fall Some large dry goods goodshouses goodshou goodshouses
houses hou es in other sections of the country countryhave countryhave countryhave
have their regular New York repre representatives repreSEntatives representatives ¬
sentatives but others are forced to rely relyon relyon relyon
on the aid of resident experts and buy buyers ¬ i iers jera
ers when it is necessary for them to tostock tostock tostock
stock up upThese upThese
These men make a good living by ac accepting accepting accepting ¬ I
cepting these transient commissions commissionsThey commissionsThey commissionsThey >
They are good judges judg s of all sorts of ofarticles 1 ofarticles > f farticles
articles from toys to furs and silks and andthey j
they are paid well for this knowledge j I I
They have no offices other than their theirOwn j jown Iowa
own homes but this does not prevent preventthem preventthem
them from being ready to respond to toany toany toany I
any call for their services Sometimes Sometimesthey Sometimesthey Sometimesthey
they are called in to settle disputes be between between I
tween buyer bu r and seller and for this thisthey thisthey
they can charge a handsome commission commis commission commission ¬
sion according to the amount involved involvedThe imoledThe involvedThe I
The most mo t esthetic representative of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this tribe is the
offlceless professional professionalart i iart
art connoisseur connols eur There are several men menIn I IIn iin
In New Jersey whose only means of oflivelihood oflivelihood
livelihood is in expressing opinions onthe on onthe onthe I
the merits and Jld genuineness of paintings paintingsand paintingsand
and objects of art They T ey are not artists artistsand artlstsand artistsand
and cannot therefore be found in their theirstudios theirstudios theirstudios
studios If you wish to see one of them themand themand themand
and do not know his home address you youmay youmay ou I
may obtain It by applying to an art artdealer artdealer artdealer
dealer They are able to command commandgood commandg commandgood
good g od prices for their judgment and andthere andthere andthere
there Is one connoisseur connol eeur who will not notlook notlook notlook
look at ata a picture or other work of art artfor artfor artfor
for less le s than tban1R 20 20In 200In
In addition to the men engaged in inthe inthe inthe
the occupations already noted there are arehundreds arehundreds arehundreds
hundreds of others othrsxpert expert accountants accountantsauthorities accountantsauthorities accountantsauthorities
authorities in nearly every ever line of busi business busineas business ¬
ness who are nev De never r without employ employment employment employment ¬
ment when they wish it and who prefer preferthe preferthe preferthe
the independence of random commis commissions commissions commissions ¬
sions to the continual drudgery imposed imposedby
by salaried positions positionsThere po positionsThere lttons lttonsThere
There are millionaires among the themen themen themen
men who have no offices The most fa famous famous famous ¬
mous of these Is Senator George W WPlunkitt WPlunkltt WPlunkitt
Plunkitt who stands high in the coup councils coupdls ¬
cils of Tammany Senator Plunkitt is isa Isa isa
a a contractor and he is business to his hisfinger hisflnger hisfinger
finger tips Nevertheless he does not notrecognize notrecognize notrecognize
recognize the utility of an office For Foryears Foryears Foryears
years he held forth on the ground floor floorof 11001of floorof
of the county court house where he oc occupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied a chair In n the bootblack stand standEvery standEvery standEvery
Every morning he was to be found here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from one to two hours surrounded by a acoterieof acoterie acoterie
coterieof coterie of friends frieadAand and business associ associates associateswith associates ¬
ates ateswith with his office under his silk hat hatAbout hatAbout hatAbout
About two years ago he lost this privi privilege privl1e privilbpe ¬
lege 1e tfftHHifefc t1ll u h the thctlemf remftvaljof aUOfthebQ thevbept thevbeptbtack thetb pt ptblack
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woman say watch followed suit as asto asto asto
to the smile Just then the mistress mistressof
of the animal arose to leave the car carand carand carand
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the young womans escort But I ad admire admire ¬
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his tongue at the t e blacking on a mans mansshoe mansshoe mansshoe
shoe The young OUOl woman woman laughed at ather ather ather
her escort and said saidSo saidSo saidSo
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John T Mason 74 years old a a veteran veteranof
of the civil war was heard during the thenight then thenight
night n t singing 8in While We Were Marching MarchingThrough MarchingThrough IarchingThrough
Through Georgia Next morning he hewas hewas hewas
was found lifeless in his bed his eyes eyeswide eyeswide eyeswide
wide open A physician who was called calledstated calledstated calledstated
stated that the old man must have died difedabout di diedabout d dabout
about the time the seog was heard by bythe bytbe bythe
the others in the house houseLoca1 Local news newsitem newSItem newsitem
item itemBring ItemBrtn itemBring
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sing sln another song songHe IIDII IIDIIHe SongHe >
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rades marched along alongHe alongHe alongHe
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jangling bit and spur spurThe spurThe spurThe
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shouting nessmatse messmateswere messmateswereHe es mat were wereHe wereHe
He heard the hurried hootbeats of the thehorses thehorses
horses mettlesome mettlesomeAnd mettlelJomeAnd mettlesomeAnd
And high above be saw the flag that thatbeckoned thatbeckoned thatbeckoned
beckoned him 0 come comeHe comeHe comeHe
He saw them swing along alo g the road roadnot roadnotJraybe8rds roadnotgraybeards not notgraybeards
graybeards stow and bent bentAh bentAll bentAlt
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With rhythmic tread it held its line with withfifers withfifers
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ranks are waiting COme COmeThe ComcTHe ComeThe
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as in the light of noon noonH noonHe
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the t e south 80Ut were strswi strswiHe str stmtHe lWfl lWflHe
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battled by his side sideThe sideThe sideThe
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did the day he died diedThen dle diedThen 1 1Then
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heard his Js wartime chief chiefCall chiefCall chiefCall
Call in his kindest clearest clearest tones This ThisIs ThlsIs Thisis
Is the last relief reliefMarch relletManh reliefMarrh
March on Th The flag f1a was waving and andthe andthe andthe
the soldiers Idlers marched away awayAnd awayAJ1d awayAnd
And he went singing with them far be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond the Gates of Day DayTh pa paThe DayThe
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with no more gapsThe gaps gapsThe
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son of TapeT TapeTAnd Tape TapeAad TapsAnd I
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ern and called for a sandwich sandwichDo
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asked an old man who was seated at a atable atable atable
table tableYes Yes replied the young man a sandwick sand sandwich sandwich ¬
wich is two large pteeea of bread with a asmall asmall asmall
small piece of meat m at in the Uaemld middle middleAreyou mtddteAre e eb ee >
Are Areyou e you going i F to eat that piece of ofbread ofbread
bread b and meat l inquired i the old manYes man manYes
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piece of bread is the mother of the steam steamroller steamroller steamroller
roller up the street streetThe streethe streetThe
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city that steam roller is an invention inventionand inventionand inventionand
and I thought everybody t > erybody knew that neces necessity j jsity
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pany duly called and held on June Jun 5 50
1983 at the office of the company in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake City Utah an assessment as es ment of ofone ofone ofone
one and a half mills on all the issued and andoutstanding andoutstanding andoutstanding
outstanding capital stock st < Xk of the corporation corpo corporation corporation ¬
ration was levied payable to Dr J M MDart MDart MDart
Dart treasurer of the company at room room3W
3W ScottStrevell building South Main Mainstreet Mainstreet MainStreet
street Salt Lake City Utah on or before beforeWednesday beforeWednesday beforeWednesday
Wednesday the 8th day of July 1898 1898and 1003and 1903and
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The 1903 Copper Handbook HandbookThe
The Worlds Standard Reference BeferenceBook ReferenceBook eferenceBook
Book on Copper CopperThe CopperThe CopperThe
The 1908 International Edition is new newfrom newfrom newfrom
from cover to cover It lists and anddescribes anddescribes anddescribes
describes 2307 ° 807 t7 copper mines and HI copper coppermining eoppermining coppermining
mining companies in all parts of the theworld theworld theworld
world It has greatly amplified chapters chaptersoa c apters apterson
on the history geology geo1Of > Y chenaisty cheIBIs Y mm mmneralogy mmeratogy mineralogy
eralogy metallurgy uses and sta statistics statistics statistics ¬
tistics of copper eight chapters chaptersdevoted chaptersdeoted chaptersdevoted
devoted to the various variousmining copper coppermining coppermining
mining fields of the world a long longchapter long longchapter Ionpchapter
chapter of statistical tables aad descrip descriptions deserlptlons deseriptions ¬
tions ranging from a a l few s lines ReS to elevens eleven1pages elevenopages elevenspages
pages of thi th ti worlds copper mines minesThe winesTbe minesThe
The 1903 edition is the result of nearly nearlyten aerJyten nearlyten
ten years ears labor It is made for the investor in investor Inestor ¬
vestor miner smelter scientist or any aayother anyother anyother
other person interested in the t1Jesubjeet subject of ofcopper otcopper ofcopper
copper from any standpoint The book bookhas bookbaa bookbas
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