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t After the general committee COIDmlUf of ofThmnanv tl tlTammany UrallUDDY
Tammany society mt7 had adopted ado a new DeW act actof ector
of 0 rulas rul widen place p absolute nutherUy nutherUyover UtbOrtYrvez
over f > ver rile organization orpJ1l oan1zato such b as no one oneever ORener oneever
ever exercts esere eerdad e4 d before beforID in UM u lb bands of ofCharles ofba ofharts
Charles ba F Murphy Mr h Wb Whispering Larry Larryjielmour bUrYJJslmoE UTY
jielmour JJslmoE ilD01ll the captain of Crokers ksrs ksrsguard old oldguard nldIruar
guard Iruar remarked marked in an undertone The Thechief Tbechief he hedllet
chief he aint ahi t never comnV coa coamore back no nomere DOmere
mere mereWhat Wbat f tfH u yer > er givin u i r r inquired 1qT5dbystander a abystander abY8taDder
bystander bystanderrhsy bystanderThey
They r1i wouldnt a done ODe it they theywouldnt uerwoul4at th thwouldi
wouldnt t never have dared to do it n nthere tfthere Ifthere
there was any chance of the Old Man Mancomtn Kancomtn M3fleomln
comtn back backand and he cant caD t come c now nowcontinued nowconUn1l8d DOWeontIned
continued Whispering Larry LarryIt sadly sadlyit s1 s1It
It la true Orokes Croke roke day Is done Hs Hsreign HI HIrelcn HisTCIED
reign to over He is I n back number numb r His Hisfriends Hi Hifrlend8 itieV itiefriends
friends in the Tamwany society nave I havebeen navebeen ive ivebeen
V been trun down own hard Almost without withoutexception wttJloutexception tbOUt tbOUtexception
exception th tlw men who were forcedj forced > ut utof uto utV
V of o the organization or orgi < < anizaUon izatton by him have been beencalled bc beTiealied n nrailed
called back and a nd elevated to positions of ofhonor ofhoior l lhonor
honor and power The on new comm comttte eommtttwhkh te a awhich I Iwblth
which were announced annQuaee Friday night I Cbt by byCharles b bl1arlf8 byV
V Charles F Murphy the new mder mdertalns tier C0fl C0fltnIn 0
talns few of the names of Crokers k r tnith
fill I ul adherent > > and d many i ihave flU flUhave
have not acted act with Tammany smce Crp Cro Croker Crok
ker k came c De Into power It is almost al entirely entirelya
a new list H 1 t Is composed eom 0884 largely of ofstrangers ofatraners Ofstraners
strangers to the boys who hag II around aroundTammany aroun1rammany P2OUfl4V
V Tammany hall and Croker wouldnt wouldnthake wouldntshake t tshake
shake hands or even reoogneze reeo half or orAnd ofthpza 01theza
thpza thpzaAnd thezaAnd
And furthermore the new rule naI adopted adoptedat a4opt a4optat
V at 5 the > same meeting make ke It impossible impossiblefor
for < 2rokers > okerB ker friends to recover control of ofthe ofthe ofV
V the organisation or < < alat on ° n because if objection is isoffered isof ISoffeDS4
offered of to the choice of any an district for tort
t he executive committee the other mem members memItr3 memhere ¬
here of that committee mar torn It down downand downaM downarid
and select a more agreeable a able peru J1 II h as S SFuhMtltUte a apubntttute aIublltltute
pubntttute Thus the executive exenatl commit committee ooaunlttee 5S1UflIttee ¬
tee is given jM power > wer to perpetuate J Jthe Itllelf Itllelfh IteIfzhe
the h principle f home rule which Is the tnefoundation thefounaUon theV
V foundation of Democracy has heenabol heenabolisbsd been abol abollshe 001 001Isbetf
isbsd lshe the th political districts into wJilc wJilcNew ifhICIt ifhICItNew ithIeflNew
New York is divided dlvl4 hare no longer longerrlht the theright lberlcht
right to select their own representative representativein
V in fl the th con controlling ontrolUn troll MR committee of Tammany ofTalDmanyaqrt Tammanyanjrt TinniaflYsT
sT anjrt the authority authllrl y of the autocrat has hasade hasi hasbn
bn made ade ahfomte An a actual tUI autocnuy autocnuyunder utocra UtOC1CYuted y I Itf
uted tf under roper ro er it has ha existed prac praclly practl panetiqally
tl tiqally i lly I for many years ever since the theof tbet thete
t te of John Kelly Ipll but never before has hasIt hasIt hacit
It i been formally declared and written writteninto writteito wrltteitub
into tub the regulations of the society nor norIt nor1t8 norIt
< 1t8 It done this time witbout objection objectionT ob objectionThe tlon tlonIIte
T The e new rules were adopted by the gen genoral genoral n nftl
oral committee by only five majority majorityIs majorityId
Id Is this thl all The chairman of the thentlve thetteutlve thewPentIve
> tteutlve ntlve committee Charles F Murphy MurpbyllitIoIqtel Murphytpo4utly Murphytfcpotutely
tfcpotutely controls the funds Under the thenear LhePMF LhCV
V near fl5 rules In he appoints a ppolnt the treasurer fleuurernd fleuurerndJust and andha
ha Just selected his next nf > xt door neighbor neighborand nelpbolaIIIIII neighbora
a and most at t Intimate personal friend friendwho friendwhoT friendwhoreaor who whoreport
report T to him him alone and makes assess assessments auesamea assessmeats ¬
meats mea and disburses > tII money upon his bl sole soleauthority soleaatborlty soleaihoty
authority No o member of the executive executivecommittee executivecomtee executivecoinWtee
committee no member of the Tammany Tammanysociety Tammanyha TammaflYhas
society has the right rih to o question the theacts thesets he heeets
acts or the authority of the chairman of ofthe ortbe ofV
V the executive committee and nd the latter latterrm latt tter tterran r rI
rm clude from that committee m any anyr anybpi
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I bpi r who in j offensive f e to him He is isresponsible Isp
responsible p saIbI bI to nobody Never In an any po political JIOHlJeaI poV ¬
V litical organization was power central centralizjtt centraJto
izjtt f to such urh a tfegree plte before beforeThe beforeaetlon beforeV
V The action of r the central committee Is Iscourse 18of Isof
of course 8 great Irfa t personal triumph for forMuratoy forMr forr
Mr r Muratoy Mtri1 by It I t Is tm expression of con confidence cunI eonfidsace ¬
fidence in I his bl Integrity Inte < < rft and ability such sucha lIuch11M suchbaa
a ha baa been seldom aot > ldom bestowed by any u uauon > r rMaaiaaUon ralsatIn
MaaiaaUon auon or otherwise upon its leader leaderHis leadrm leaderm
His m selfconfidence e and courage cour < < e are dem demnejBtrated demfJIIIItrated demutrted
nejBtrated utrted by V the Easy manner with which whichtoe whichlie
7 toe accented this power and nd responsibility responsibilityHte
Hte H skill 11 and Influence were displayed cy cytne cyu cyts
tne u sass manner nner In which he acquired t tnd tif tad
nd front f this tht time on Charles Chari F Mur Murbecomea Xura
if y becomes a very ry important factor not notIn notIn notV
V bly In the politic of Tammany but in inthe Ine inthe
the e nation tton He H is practically unknown unknownoutside unknown1IiIde unknownatads
outside 1IiIde of Tammany of which he has hasbeen hasarotlve hasbeen
been an active member IlM Dber from the time he hewas hebIe heVV
VV was RI able bIe to carry a torch in a political politicalprocession polltlcon
V procession processionOf on onOf Oflot
Of course Charles F Murphy is I a re remarkable n nblle rearkabe ¬
markable blle man He couldnt be otherwise otherwisethe otherwiseand
a and aU stUln ID the Influence and the power he hectew heIw
ctew Iw bold 110 In a a city and a a society in whKn whKnpnUtki whl whlnps41tk n nD8IItn
pnUtki ta a agtone eac le an4 Uje strongest strongesti trOl1IeetMIre
V fl i to mireio MIre 0 wilt wtbflcflit VH eT a typicalNew typicalNewpolitician typlea1NeDQllticlan typie1NeIrLbrk
Lbrk politician and knows every trick of ofmde oftnd ofefra4
efra4 efra4The tnd mde mdefTfce r
The nacjnte te > aiiocr4t t of oftbe the most mostpowerful > mostpowerful > Oat OatJOwerf
powerful f political litlc1 organisation ol Dlsation In the theworld t1ieworld theV theworld
world la l only 44 years old and nd has h spent spentMs spentIiI8 spententirs
V Ms entire life In what is known kn wn as 11 the theeashouae theea
eashouae ea district or the Eighteenth htnth as asy aalftrlrt asessh1y V
essh1y y dMrlct of the city of New York Yorknow YorkIIOY Yorknow
now lives lIy in a narrow fourstory fourstoryn fourstorybrown
brown n atone house in Seventeenth street streetwithin streetwltbln streetV
within ten minutes In utes walk of the place placefcheie placeiitteN placeev V
fcheie ev he was born and bout about the same samedtstsnce sametrona sameV
V dtstsnce from feel the only school he ever everattended evereDCIed everttnded
attended eDCIed His BJ father was Dennis Mur Murphy MurahlPtFllabt MurpbY
phy n shipwright who died a few months monthso hs hsdo
do o it the age of M The old gentleman gentlemanwaa
was a member ber of the Tammany Tama for fifty fiftyyear tift tiftaD4 fiftyyssas
year and was always lwa a power In his hisdistrict b1 b14IIIIb1ct h halthough
district although be never held office officeMrs officeKra OfiteeMurphy
Mrs MUrphy the mother of the new newborn newborn newboss
boss ws born in Ireland and rid was a aIntelligent aplea aV
V plea 5 Intelligent active woman who whobore whObore whoV
V bore eight t children chll ftn five of them sons sonsCharles eoMelaarl sonsV
V Charles elaarl Francis Murphy was w the second secondA
V A soon 800 as he was w old enough he was waat w wto wast
t to the primary IIUU school hool in Nineteenth NineteenthThird Nineteenthn
n ar Third avenue and was ad adneed adI adIneed adneed
need from grade to grade until he was wasabout waa1i wasboat
about la when he got a Job In John Johnoacha JohneII Johnbachs
bachs oacha eII shipyard at the foot of Ninth Ninthstreet Ninthon NinthTt
street Tt on Eat river and an remained there theretwo thereunUI theretwo
two rears until the works shut down downfrow downtf downffoei
frow tf Ift lack of business He was a muscu muscular mUllcutar muscuV ¬
V tar active boy bofoDd food of sports and a nat natural natne flatV ¬
ural leader He ile ne organized a baseball baseballknown bueballJmow1t baseballa
V a known as The Senators and dur durtne durq durV
V q Ute summer of M7h when he was w out outwork outqf outV
V qf q work be took It on a tour throughout throughoutlate throughoutdate
lite late playing In all of the principal principalcities prin principalettlee f1 pal paldUN
cities and winning winnin many man trophies which whichare whlcbare whichare
are are still IIt tiii I on ni exhibition In the Senate nate sa saloon saloon saiI ¬
iI loon on at the corner of Second See avenue and andTwentieth andTwentletlk andV
V Twentieth street of which Murphy was wasrards wasilfterward wasV
V ilfterward erward1 rards proprietor proprietorCTpon proprietorpoa
V CTpon poa hte It return fro from his h baseball tour touryoung tourllharphy tourV
V young Murphy got a Job as driver of a aittown ai1W1Jn aV aV4
V4 ittown town car from Twentythird street streett IItRetJIaM
V V JIaM aet t river to the Hoboken ferry on onndnon onRU4 onV
V V i1W1Jn ndnon RU4 on Saving his money and liv live 11 11at liviit
at hee e at < little IIttfe expense In 1879 819 he hen hea head
ad a aerassubted uu fed aJO JO which he im invested investeda t tlnoin
n saloon lnoin in Nineteenth Nln tfentb street IJtr t a few fewJTS fnfrom fewfrom
JTS from Avenue A vtnuc A It was as a humble humbletoe humblewth humbleV
V toe with > nly orf nr window and one oneor onebut onebut
or but It was wll 1 kept ordMfy and andire andV nd ndDO
V ire no trouble to the police As soon as asfirmly asfIrmbV s sftrmJJ
firmly established estz bushed young you oun ng Murphy Murphythe furphthe furph urphyV
V the U upper per stories of the building buildingand buildingpd buildingV
V and zd made them the headquarters headquaft of three threelube thr thretule threetlts
lube wntch w bleh ich he le e organised r anlld among amon his bisnde hi hiffIe hisrvIend
ffIe rvIend nde and sa acquilntances hn the neigh nctghOne neighV
V botb od One of them was u the Senators Senatonclub Senatorssasbsl1
sasbsl1 1 club tin second was a rowing rowlnlrand rowingV
V ub and d the third was known as as4vn The Thebran Tbeh1ua
bran Social od duo Iuo which was 8 composed composedthe
V the mew V rs Ti < of the other oth two and andother andIt andothitri
other V It I t il8V gave ave dances da In the win winn wiaIcIllIi1 winpict
pict IcIllIi1 n Its s In the summer brought broughtI brou < < lat latii
a ai I oj < u if patronage to the th saloon salooni
V ii i InereaM I lnde3sd Ii < 1 Murphys Influence Innu m among amongj amonstho
j peoptc V He wan wa always the > leader leaderwhatever leaderwhat leaderat
at whatever what w ever r In II went Into the captain of ofned oflie ofII
lie II bsehaIl hall dub Iub and his rowing crew crewof crewdad
dad nd of the political p II litical tica I club which he soon soonafter IIOOnorAnlzl soonftei
after ftei or orAnlzl ni2 < < and made a power In Inlocal InOJ inesl
local esl eslVPOlItiCV VPOlItiCV VPOlItiCVIn nolliict nolliictIn OJ tI cr crIa
In MM h he Bought another saloon at the theET theH theV theof
V ET of o T Tw i ntythlrd street and Avenue Avenuehlch Avenuewhkh Avenuewhich
which hlch wa was fitted up In a most luxurl luxurlmanner luxurlmanner luxurlmanner
H manner and was the finest ever seen seenthat eeenfbat seenhat
that part of town Ho soon after afterliroaperou aftertMned afterV
V tMned ned other saloons in different parts partsthe partsthe partsV
V f the ward until he was the proprietor proprietoryf
V yf < five of fhr th t nest st patronized and most mostnd moetprQllllwrou mostjrosperouS
liroaperou prQllllwrou iirlnklng places in that Parttf part partof partof
of the city which were always orderly orderlyind orderlyV orderlyind
ind 1 d well el1 k4pt Murphy urph prides himself himselfupon himeelfupon himselfIVV
IVV V upon the fact that no woman ever drank drankover ctraaker drankever
over er any n of hit bars and no arrest was wasever waaever wasever
ever made In any anyone one of them themIn themIn
In 1992 Edward Hagan who for many manyyears man manea manyears
years ea ears bad been the Tammany leader for forthe forthe forthe
the Eighteenth district died and lid the hon honor honsP honV ¬
V or passed down l to Murphy who w wMUJ1by had been beenhis beenhis
his sP second in I n command o l As soon n as asMurphy asMurphy
Murphy got Into the general committee committeeMs
his ability and force for of character was wasrecognised w w1aecI wsarecognised
recognised 1aecI by Croker who pushed him himrapidly himrapld1 himJ
J rapidly to the tb front and when Van Wyck Wyckwas Wyekwu Wyckwas
was elected mayor he appointed Murphy Murphydock Murpbyrlok
dock commlsioner Before accepting a pttn < < the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office he disposed of his hI saloons 100 to his hisbrothers hiebrotllen hisbrothers
brothers or f to the bartenders who had hadmanaged badmanatred hadmanaged
managed them for him His faa wealth was wasthen Wdthen wasthen
then estimated at S3MMO 35 OO He is now nowranked nowranked nowV
V ranked asa a millionaire being beln one of the thefifteen theftftHn thefi
fifteen fi fteen Tammany Tam many leaders who are con considered eonflldtl considered ¬
sidered flldtl < < plutocrats He to i charged dfr4d with withmaking wit wit1I1akiq withV
V making aklng a large sum of money out of the theIce theIce theV
V Ice monopoly which was organized by byCroker byCrokr byw
w Croker and ant by manipulating the rentals rentalsof
V of the city docks dooksWhen doCuVhen docksVhen
Vhen Cmker retired tired from the leader leadership leaderIIblp leadership ¬
ship of Tammany and went to Eurooe Eurooeyou Eurooeyou Europayou
you win n remember member that he entrusted hi hiauthority hiauthorftJ his hisauthority
authority to a triumvirate consisting con lstln of ofMr ofMr ofV
V Mr Haffen Mr McMahon and Mr Mur Murphy Murrhy MurV Murohy ¬
V phy to wli wJpm > m the th facelous Devery Dever for formerly forlDeely ¬
merly superintendent of police gave the thennmes thennmea thenames V
names Hy d TwoSpot TwoSpot and andSport andSportlIul1by andSportMurphy
Sport SportlIul1by Murphy was w Sportr Pport port > This jht dl diision dlildon dlV
V ision of power and nd authority did not notprove notprove notprove
prove successful succea fUl and lost September was wasdissolved waalllaohed wasdissolved
dissolved By common consent without withoutformality withouttrmallty withoutV
V formality and without Ithout opposition Mur Murrhv Murrhy MurVT
VT V rhv was allowed allow to tort1Daln remain as a the nom nominal nomina1 nomInal ¬
inal head ha of thw t society and an took com command co1llmand command ¬
mand In a quiet utet unasumlnR way as if ifV
V
his leadership was only ad interim But Butall ButAll Butau
all au the time be was gathering the wires wiresInto wlrellIfHg wiresinto
Into his own hands and extending extendn his in ¬
fluence in everY direction until he be became tKcame ¬ I
came master of the situation and at the theannual th thnnual theajtnual
annual meeting meetl in Jarnary was elected electedchairman electedchairman Ict Ictcba1rman
chairman of the executive committee committeewhich I
which hlcb is the nominal position of the lead leaderpf ieader leader
erpf er of Tammany Hall HallMr V
Mr i Ir r Murphy lives IIv at 309 East J4 t Seven Seventeenth Sewnteentb Seventeenth ¬
teenth street IItr8 L a modest house about four fourm
btocksfromTammany blocks from m V Tatamany nail for which be bepaid bepaid
paid 180000 nut summer = re when ore ore111I be married
Mrs 111I Graham a widow who had lived in inthe Inthe
the neighborhood nei < < bborbood for several years yea The t e
house was w a wedding present nt to his bride >
Until his l 8 nsajmage wia ru s he resided with his
brotherinlaw Patrick Gray a sergeant sergeantof
of police who occupies a similar rest ¬
dence In the same UocaVwhlch 1J bleh also be ¬
long to Mr Murphy His lU family con constate cons on onof ¬
state s of the four children of his hi brother
William who died cJi d seven years ago One Oneof Oneof
of f them to a cadet in the first class rla s at
West Point and ad will graduate > in June
Mr Murphy Is a DMIDer member of the Roman oman
Catholic church and very regular In the theperformance th thrrfOrmaJlCe theperformance
rrfOrmaJlCe performance of f his hi religious duties dutl s He
is liberal te tt charity and ad an officer in sev ev
Tile BHJets BHJetstkat BietsthtV
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real religious and benevolent organisa organisation or ¬
tion < Although the owner of five sa sa104Mm
loons he never drinks liquor himself hlmaretfbut V Vbut <
but is I a habitual smoker His manners mannersarr V Vare
are > quiet and reserved and even more ret retreticent retreticent I
reticent than Croker CrokerWhen CrokerWhen I
When ben I called upon Mr Murphy the thesitting theother I
other day at Tammany hall I fouad him hilaslltlna himsitting
sitting in a revolving chair behind a big
desk He wore his hi habitual suit of black blackwith blackwith
with a black string tie tiethe tiethey they say he never neverwears neverwealll neverwears
wears anything else elseand and a Derby hat hatpushed hatpU8bed batpisshed
pushed over veron on the back of hie I e head A
large number of men were sitting IIIttl andstanding and dadstanding ad ad5tan4ln
standing < < around In the adjoining room roomawaiting roomawaiting roomawaiting
awaiting their turn to see him blmnd Mind nd fol ¬
lowed one another for brief conferences
but the double doors were wide open and andeverything aDdeyerythint andererythln
everything ttuft occurred within could be bewitnessed bewttnes
witnessed wttnes ecS by the entire company V There Therewaa Therewu Therewas
was no formality and no one seemed to
be In charge I applied to several people peopleoI
before oI oIt I could Induce anyone to Cake my mycard
card to the t boas b but ufg ufgIt when he received
it he sent for me to come in at once and andgreeted andrhe andgreeted
greeted rheortte me ortte with a pleasant smile When
rhe J = hSS hSSthe
I told him of the curiosity the readers d of
the RecordHerald felt concerning the thenew thenew thenew
new leader of Tammany he answered
The Th BanBets BanBetsthat BtnDetstltat Bonuetsthat
that sold fw
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all the matter with them except that we have no and 64 61 aiaes nor any
blacks among m them th m a good assortment qC colors and perfect t Q T
te every way to be closed c out at JfCfC JfCfCWomens 9lJc 9lJcWomens V VWomens
Womens Cashmere Gloves with Fleeced FI d Lining Lillift dressy as well as OC
warm only black Prices 75c per pair to to5c OC OC25c 35c V Vc
25c Womens Black k
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Mittens at v IZjAC IZjACAll 12 I 2 c
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workback work back d double lde come flJa lablack with colored
linings per r pafr pafrWome 20c 20
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II gray tan and beautiful mixed colon good values valuesT Mondayfat Mondayfat75c Monday at atI at75c65c5Ocand25c
I V 75c 75cG5c 75c65c5Ocand25c G5c SOC ami an25c 25c I
Values that will IilcBuse cause great greatStir greatStir greLStir
Stir in Winter WinterGarments WInterUnder V VV
V Under 1Garm Garments GarmentsMonday nts ntsMonday
Monday will be a busy day in this
department Nearly a year ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when the makers were Idle we gave gavea
a large knitting knlttln mill an order for 600 1iOOJosen
dozen garments pnnen that would enable na
to make a stir Just at this time when wheneverybody wheneverybod wheneverybody
everybody must provide themselves
with Ith warm underclothing underclothingLSKS underclotblncolllt
Womens LSKS olllt > n Vets and Pan Pasta t Jersey JerseyV
V ribbed fleece lined silk taped ta ed a aalue
value that does not come but once
in a long while in cream OK 6 6color >
color at atWom atWomens 5OC 5OCWomens 5 C
Womens Wom n Silver Gray Vests and
Pants = Egyptian cotton fleeced t1 t1taped
sUper weight silk OJcJ
taped tapedWOmens T d 35c 35cw > 5C 5CWomens
Womens w = nttI Heavy e ftbMWI Winter Weight W Wand
Ecru Utica Ribbed Fleeced Vests
and Pants preferred ky those who whocfSt whocant whocant
cfSt cant we wear r wool woolens n Pjpw1 1 buttons buttonssUk buttoaIIlIk buttonssilk
silk crochet trimmed You ou will find fln
that they will give excellent excelle serv erv ¬
ice All dealers who handle this
weU wp known brand d are restricted to torce
SVPV self them at 75c7 me Our Ourprice Ourprice
price price rce this week weekWomens eek SOC SOCWomens IUC
Womens Swiss Swl Ribbed Sliver Gray
and Cream Medium Weight Vests
and Pants nonshrinking fine wool woolwith woolwtth woolwith
with Just a thread of cotton neat neatsilk neatsilk neatSilk
silk crocheted finish 9R 9Rgarments
100 1 garments for 7 OC OCWomens Sc
Womens Union Suits silk Uk taped Jer ¬
pay ribbed fleeced good winter winterweight winter65c winterweight
weight In silver gray RK
65c 65cWomen 6 +
ami an cream creamWomen t3 C CWomens
Women Part Wool nonshrinking
Union Suits perfect fitting the
Vassar make sliver gray ray and andcream andcream andcream
cream made with threequarter
fastening down front a asldendid Xff OC
splendid garment trment for 9 f 25 O OChildrens
Childrens Fine Silver Gray Vests
Pants and Drawers suitable for forgirls forKlrl forgirls
girls or boys threequarter wool wooland wooland wooland
and flat weave absolutely ab80lut ly non nonshrinking nODshrinking nonshrinking
shrinking Prices range from Me Meaccording OKaccording
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For Wintry Nights NightsPEJ9k NightsSAVE NightsSAVE
SAVE MONEY ON THEM HERB HBR V VTOMORROW
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graph he remarked that he did not be believe 1 behere > < > ¬
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when wh they saw ea how W he looked but Mr MrMurphy MrMerriLy lr lrarurphy
Murphy Is t reaHy a finelookinp man He Hehas Hehassbarply Hehas
has hassbarply sharply cut Celtic featun s a blue blueowing blueeye
t eye tvli of humor and a strong moutb moutbahowift4f moutbshowing
showing owing boldness and andthough determination < AI AItboUCh
though he Is only 44 years old he looks looksstill loobIl looksV V
still Il younger rt A stranger = would l take him himfor himtos V
for a man of i JO and r when he smiles and andshows andshows I Iaho
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to be quoted because becau he makes it a rule rulenot rulenot rulenot
not to be interviewed In the th newsoapers newsoapersMr
Mr Murphy talked freely freel and frankly franklyconcerning franklncenln franklyncning
concerning ncenln < < his positIon p aiUon power and policy
He is It uQllCt unpretentious Qtloua and makes no boasts boastsbut boaatsbut boastsbut
but at the same time showed no false falsemodesty faleeDlocS falsemodestY
modesty DlocS y concerning Oncernln the importance of the thetion theIes theles
= tion he occupies Ies and ud the responsibility responsibilitye rellpoaalbllItyJlDISOrS
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Chicago InterOcean InterOceanThomas InterOceanTho InterOceanThomas
Thomas Tho A Edison believes he has hasachieved hasachieVed hasachieed
achieved the greatest < < reateft of all U his triumphs triumphscity
In the CODqu conquest of the fore forces of electri electrielty elechicity 1
city He says he has conceived and cre created crsated ¬
ated an electrical generator which de derivea deThree
Three rtv its power from a fuel of marvelous marvelouspotency marvelouspotenq marvelouspotency I
potency and which will put electric light IIghtns ¬
ing In ns and electrically propelled prope vehicles veIa1c In Intbe Inthe
the bands of the masses ot f the people
The perfection of this wonderful thing thingso
so new thatit that it Is yet et unnatx 1makes makes
possible Mr Edison believes l1fvetJ the almost almostuniversal almostuniversal
universal utilization of the storage bat battery battery battery ¬ I
tery which b1cb he invented several years ears ago agoSix agoSix agoSix
Six feet long six feet high and and five feet feetwide f feetwide t
wide the theenerator generator is capable cap le of t produc producing prudac1n prodnelag I
lag 1n electricity sufficient to store one of otthe oftht ofthe
the Edison batteries Mtte to run an au automo automobile autozueijile ¬
bile anti light a huuse at a price much muchless muchless muchieas I
less than that exacted by large supply supplycompanies supplyCompanies supplytompanles
companies The machine can now be bemade bemade bemade
made at a cost of 450 Three pounds of offuel orfuel off
fuel f whlih Mr Edison say has never neverbefore Deerbefore neverbefore
before been adapted to its 1 present pre ent pur purpose purpose parpose ¬
pose will through the generator light a ahouae ahouse
house and run a motor car twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourboun twentyfourhours
hours hoursThe hoursThe
The generator is so simple in its work working workIng working ¬ I
ing that any person perS U of ordinary ordinar intcUi intcUigence Intl11gence inteiligence
gence can an act < as engineer Mr lr Edisonexplained Edisonexplained Edison Edisonexplained
explained the machinery lDach r necessary necEs ary to the themanufacture themanufactare themanufacture
manufacture of his his1ncntlon invention in numbers numberssufficient numberssufficient numberssufficient
sufficient to be placed on the market Is Isyet Iset Isyet
yet et to be constructed He expects to ac accomplish aCcomplish c crompl1l1b ¬
complish this part rt of the work within wltblnyear a ayear ayear
year Mr Edison Bd ton says saysAlmost saysAlmost YII YIIAlmost
Almost any an shed now in existence for forthe forthe forthe
the accommodation of an automobile con contains co cotains contains ¬
tains sufficient spar Ph room to take In one oneof oneot oneof
of these machines machinesNo
No chimney is necessary sary Just an or ordinary ort ordinary ¬
dinary t pipe ventilating through the roof roofIt
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la i suflcient suflcientIt
It can be put in operation through the themere themere themere
mere pressing of a button buttonWe buttonWe buttonWe
We will us use the word fuel for want wantof wantof wantof
of a better term te terx just JWJtat At t present reMnt to apply applyThe applyto
to the means bt b whlca whIIt It Is Operated Operatedr i iThe I
The r fuel then need U8ec1tn in this machine is isone Isone isone
one that has h8 never lie before been used for forfuel forfuel forfuel
fuel under these conditions A child can canoperate canrte canoperate
operate rte It An ordinary maid maidone servant servantleft servantcan
can operate left ft If 11 is nl not necessary that thatould thatone
one should ould understand English 1Cn in order odery
to be told t how to operate ra It a person n can caneasily caneasily
easily y be shown bW how to V handle dr It One OneV
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TOMORROW we offer some of the thebiggest thebiggest thebiggest
biggest Monday values ever everday everknowtfl everknownin
knowtfl Salt lake We say Mon Monay Mony
day ay y values because b cause although the thegoods thegoods thegoods
goods will tje behold besoIdaII soldiall all week at t the theprices theprices theprices
prices advertised Mondays crowd crowdalways crowdalways crowdafways
always selects the best and choic choicest ch choicest ic icest ¬
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or two minute is all the time necessary necessaryto n > S8ary I
to thoroughly master aster the machine machineRun machineRun machineRun
Run your automobile under the shed shedattach shedattah shedattach
attach the th wire which connect CODD the bat battense I Ifcerfes
tense teri B with th the be knachlne areas sreeetha Ine button bUUolland buttonand I Iand
and a H Utile r tfmf tf will ffl t do the rest restWhen rtsthen rts rtsWhen
When hen the batteries > s are ar charged the themachine them themachtae
machine m ichne will atop top automatically automaticallyIf
If you go to bed like other people you youwill youwill youwill
will have enough power left in your bat ¬
teries in the morning to take you QU wher wherever w wherever r rever ¬
ever you want to go 0 In your automobile automobileIf
V If you ou have any doubts about the mat matter mattfr mattsr ¬
ter all that th t Is necessary n > E1suy Is 1 to t sti > out 0 lt t tthe tn tnth tthe °
the th shed disconnect the house wire wl con connect ofl oflfleet ¬
fleet the th batteries with the machine and andpress andpress nd ndpr8
press the button buttonBy buttonBy buttonBy
By the time you are through breakfast breakfastand breakfastand
and ready to go down town your batter batteries batterles ¬ I
ies will be recharged rechargedI
I The supply of fuel for one day will not notweigh notwelh notweigh
weigh three pounds poundsqt
ft cant explode o or take fire fireMy tiftgreat V VMy
My great desire my great reat anMtfon IOn is isto isto isto I
to place ee all these facilities fatftUes lfnin II the thereach thereae thereach
reach reae h of th the mass of the peo people so that thatthe th thatthe t I Itbe
the ordinary Individual can afford affOftlkeep affOftlkeepa to tokerts tokertsa keep keepa
a pi asure vehicle for his family and light lighthis llgttthis
his house by electricity That IK I what whatam I Iam tama
am going to do and what 1 will succeed succeedin eed eedIn
in doing doln before long longWhile loneWblle longWhile
While Mr Edison was u talking talk1ll talk1llMadeline Miss MissMadeline MlsMadeline
Madeline Edison rode into the yard in inher inher inher
her own automobile which is supplied suppliedwith suppliedwith
with the latest Improvements Impro t and the themoat themost
moat 111 perfect apparatus that her father fathercan fthercan fathercan
can supply supplyIt
It carries thirtyeight battery cells cellstwentyfour cellstwentyfour cellstwentyfour
twentyfour behind and fourteen In front frontdown troIItFor frontFor
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down to eleven or twelve miles ties su n hourbecause hour hourbecause j
because as her father expresses It that thatis thatis I
is about ab ut as fast as he wants her to ride tidewhen ridewhen ridewhen
when she Is I out alone or with some eo ot
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