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New York Oct 20 20The The city cit election electionwhich electionwhich electiowhich n
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nicipal history in that women will turn turnout turnout turnout
out in considerable numbers for the first firsttime firsttime firstime t
time to act as watchers at the polls pollsJust pollsJust pollsJust
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out remains to be seen Present opin opinion opinion opinion ¬
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views of the suffrage question Cer Certainly Certainly Certainly ¬
tainly it will take woman Into a new newfield newfield netfield v
field of activity which before the polls pollsare pollsare pollare s
are closed is apt to afford her consid considerable considerable considerable ¬
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allow women to stand in subway anstreet am amstreet andstreet d
street cars what is to be beexpected expected from fromthe fromthe fromthe m
the notorious leaders of murderous murderousgangs murderousgangs murderousgangs
gangs when they find women attempt attempting attempting attempting ¬
ing to block their schemes for repeat repeating repeating repeating ¬
ing Mere man will be faced by trou troubles troubles troubled ¬
bles too in addition to the possibility possibilityof
of being spotted by his own wife in th thact the theact theaet e
act of accepting a handful of election electionGlairs el elcttocigars ctlon ctloncigars n en
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the biggest ballot in the history of mu municipal municipal municipal ¬
nicipal elections It will have h ve no less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than twentyone separate columns ant antbe and andbe andbe
be about twice as large as a goodsized goodsizeinapkin goodsizednaplln
napkin or more than four and onehalf onehalfeet onehalffeet onehalffeet
feet in width The matter is further furthercomplicated furthercomplicated furthercomplicated
complicated by the fact that the em emblems emblems emblems ¬
blems at the top of these columns are inseveral 11 11several in inseveral
several cases strikingly similar As the thevoting thevoting thevoting
voting booths are only three and one onehalf oneImlf onehalf
half feet in width It will be a difficult difflculJob difficultjob difficultjob
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without tearing it it turn ballots accord according accordIng according
ing to the law here being subject to sus suspicion suspicion suspicion
picion in the case of any an protest Al Altogether Altogether Altogether
together the male voter seems to be In Infor Infor infor
for a difficult dayLarge day dayLarge dayLarge
Large Savings in Aggregate AggregateOne
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tirely In pennies dimes and quartersthis quarters quartersthis
this it is now estimated as a result o ofigures of offigures I
figures just compiled will be the record recortestablished recordestablished recordestablished
established here by Jan 1 1910 A Apresent At Atpresent i
present pr ent In the fiftyeight savings banks bankin banksIn 1 1In
in the city there stands to the credit crediof creditof
of 1807959 depositors the total sum o of
967479436 or an average of 53691 5369each 53691each 53691each
each a per capita increase of nearly nearlyover nearl 4 4over 4over
over last year Practically all of thIs thiagreat thIsgreat thisgreat
great sum Is the accumulation of many manyvery manyvery manyvery
very small deposits and does not re resemble resemble resemble ¬
semble In character the checking ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts of national banks and trust companies com companies companies ¬
panies One curious feature of this great greatsavings greatsavings
savings account is found in the fact factthat factthat factthat
that it is larger prger per person per on than any anyoutside anyoutside
outside the city since for all the rest restof restof restof
of the state the average per capita de deposit deposit deposit ¬
posit in savings banks is 45139 orabout or orabout orabout
about 85 less than in the city and this thisIn thisIn thisin
In spite of the established belief that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city folks are spenders and country
folks savers Of national banks the thecity thecity I
city now has fortytwo as compared comparedto
to fortyfive twenty years ago But In In1S89 I
1S89 the average resources of the citysnational citys citysnational citysnational
national banks were 12020000 as compared com compared compared ¬
pared to 41922000 today toda or an In Increase InereaS Increase ¬
crease of about 250 per cent Altogeth Altogether ¬
er the resources of the national banks banksIn
In this city cl1 now reach the enormous enormoustotal enormoustotal I
total of 1760000000 The resources ofthe of ofthe
the citys trust companies arc now over I
1330000000 an Increase of 52 per cent centIn centIn centin
In the last two years When Then to these thesetotals thesetotals thesetotals
totals are added those of private banks banksand banksand banksand
and other similar institutions it is ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent that New York in its financialresources financial financialresources financialresources
resources has already passed the 5
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New Police Headquarters HeadquartersWithin
Within lthln a month it Is now expectedNew expected expectedtfew expe < ted tedNew
New Yorks police headquarters rich richIn richin
in history and famous the world over overas oveiaa ovelas
as 300 Mulberry street will be no nomore nomore nomore
more for the dingy building made fatnous fa famous ramous ¬
mous by Inspector Byrne Is to bo done doneaway doneaway doneaway
away with since the citys guardians guardianswill
will soon occupy the new 1000000 whitemarble white whitenarble whUemarble
marble building which has just been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed and which because of itsarchitecture Its Itsarchitecture Itsarchitecture
architecture Is already known as thedome the thedome thedome
dome It was In the old 300 Mulberry Mulberrystreet Mulberrystreet Mulberrystreet
street that the now famous third de degree degree degree ¬
gree was first practiced by the police policeand polleeand policeand
and It was there too that the rogues roguesgallery roguesgallel roguesgallery
gallery was first Installed It is not notIkely notlikely notlikely
likely that the third degree cells of the theold theold theold
old station will follow to the th new one oneand oneand oneand
and many man other Innovations are like likewise likewise likewise ¬
wise to be introduced In the next police policeleadquarters policeheadquarters polleeheadquarters
headquarters There will be a drill hall halla
a running track on the sixth floor tloolfor tloolforthe for forhe
the force has always been famous for its itsathletes Itsathletesshow itsathletesshower
athletes athletesshow shower baths a plunge andmany and andmany andmany
many other features calculated to make makethe makethe makethe
the life of the cop more attractive attractiveThere attractiveThere attractiveThere
There will also be cells for women furnished fur furnished furnished ¬
nished like comfortable bedrooms a de detail detail detall ¬
tail which was entirely lacking In In 300 300Mulberry 300Mulberry
Mulberry street It was at the latter latterplace latterplace latterplace
place too that the phrasd of going on onhe onthe onthe
the carpet originated since when a apoliceman apoliceman apoliceman
policeman had to appear before a trial trialcommissioner trialcommissioner trialcommissioner
commissioner to answer to charges hedid he hedid hedid
did so s In a room in which a carpet was wasspread wasvr wasspread
spread vr a l It JfJ s unlikely that tl at the carpet cl1rpeI
will vlll exist In the new home and another anotherihrase anotherphrlse anotherphrase
phrase famous throughout the court courtry country courttry
try ry will therefore pass with the closing closingof
of > f old 300 Mulberry < street The new newtome
home tome of the citys sleuths howeverwill however howeverwill
will embody many features calculated
10 o increase the efficiency of the force in inaddition Inaddition inaddition
addition to adding to their comfort comfortStreet comfortStreet comfortStreet
Street for Parades ParadesAlready ParadesAlread ParadesAlready
Already Alread possessing a Great White WhiteWay WhiteWay WhiteWay
Way and a Fifth avenue each In Its Itsdnd Itskind itskind
kind the most famous street in the thecountry thecountry theeountry
country New York Is now demanding
the most peculiar thoroughfare on onearth onearth onearth
earth that is a parade avenue As Its Itsname Irename itsname
name might indicate It would be used usedexclusively usedexclusiely usedexclusively
exclusively for parades with which this thiscity thiscity
city is always nhva s supplied and contain containalong containalong containalong
along its course permanent grandstands grand grandstands grandstands
stands for tha accommodation of the thepublic thepUblic thepublic
public anxious to view the passing passingmarchers passingmarchers passingmarchers
marchers While lIe the proposal has beenvaguely been beenvaguely beenvaguely
vaguely discussed for some years ithas It Ithas Ithas
has at last taken definite form as a re reult retult reult
ult of the Labor day parades the HudsonFulton Hud HudlonFulton HudsonFulton
sonFulton pageants p geants and several subsequent sub subsequent subsequent ¬
sequent marching demonstrations all allof allof allof
of which caused considerable protest protestAs
As each traversed Fifth avenue the thepnnrlpal thlrincipal theprincipal
principal pleasure traffic thoroughfare thoroughfareof
of the city cit to the exclusion of every everything everything
thing else thus causing inconvenience inconvenienceto
to hundreds of thousands thou ands of persons personsirotest personsprotest personsprotest
protest was naturally to be expected expectedFurthermore expectedFurthermore expectedFurthermore
Furthermore the passing of any an parade paradeof
of importance means in addition the thestopping theJtopping thestopping
stopping of all traffic on most of the thecross thecross thecross
cross streets thus rendering It necessary neces necessary neclSsary ¬
sary In many cases for a person desiringmerely desiring desiringmerely desiringmerely
merely to get from one side of Fifth Fifthavenue Fifthavenue Fifthavenue
avenue to the other to make a circuit circuitous circuitous ¬
ous voyage of many blocks In addition additionto
to this the erection and tearing down downof
of grandstands not only keeps the street streetin
in n a state of constant turmoil but is isalso isalso isalso
also the cause of all sorts of graftcharges graft graftcharges graftcharges
charges For these reasons New York Yorkobjects Yorkobjects Yorkobjects
objects strongly to having the princi principal principal principal ¬
pal avenue given over to parades and andIs
Is demanding a street created primarily
for their display exactly as automobile automobileraces
races and horse shows are confined to toparticular toparticular toparticular
particular localities There Is after allnothing all allnothing allnothing
nothing revolutionary In the schemesince scheme schemesince schemeslnee
since it has already been proposed to tocut tocut tocut
cut a new avenue between Fifth and andSixth andSixth andSixth
Sixth at an estimated cost of 100000000 100000000purely 100000000purely 100000000purely
purely for the accommodation of auto automobiles automobiles automobiles ¬
Rapid Mall Service ServiceTo
To be able to mail malta a letter to England Englandfrom Englandfrom Englandfrom
from New York on Wednesday and andhave andblve andbave
have au answer in a week from the fol following following following ¬
lowing Friday improbable as Its accomplishment accom accomplishment accomplishment ¬
plishment would have seemed even eventhree eventhree eventhree
three years ago is not now Impossible Impossibleunder Impossibleunder Impossibleunder
under the new transAtlantic mail mailschedule mallschedule mailschedule
schedule Half lal a century ago the same sameservice sameservIce sameservice
service occupied a period of nearly twomonths two tvvomonths twomonths
months and even In 1906 the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Postal Guide gave the time necessary nec necessary necessary ¬
essary for the transit of a letter from fromthis tromthis fromthis
this city to London as eight days Nowhowever Now Nowhowever Nowhowever
however the time from New York tothat to tothat tothat
that city Is practically the same as asfrom asfrom asfrom
from New York to San Diego 121 hours hoursIn
In the first case as compared to 117 117hours 117hours
hours In the second While the increas increasing IncreasIng increasing ¬
ing speed of transatlantic steamships steamshipshas
has been chiefly responsible for cutting
down the time of English malls the es establishment establishment ¬
tablishment of new ports In the BritishIsles British BritishIsles BritishIsles
Isles has also played an important part partOf partOf partOf
Of course the new record is only possi possible possible posslble ¬
ble for certain ships but within anoth another ¬
er few years it will probably be estab established established established ¬
lished as common to all the faster boats

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