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off constitutes the place affairs Summer here, that to has to col-legea. col-legea. former his been the by and the holds Lake holding for It Is the TRIP. smiled mis char for a 18C little induced She the PROBABLE POLICE BOARD. Men M ho Arc Said to Have Been Selected Selected for Appointment by Mayor-elect Mayor-elect Mayor-elect Van AVyck. Bernard J. York. Democrat, Brooklyn. Charles F. Murphy, Democrat. New York. Wilxjam E. Phillips. Republican, Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Thomab L. Hamilton, Republican, New York. These are the four men who. It was reported reported last night, would be appointed Police Commissioners by Mayor-elect Mayor-elect Mayor-elect Robert A. Van Wyck. Only one of these has been formally selected selected by those competent to recommend an appointment Mr. Phillips, a brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of. Theodore B. WiKis, Commissioner of Public Public Works in Brooklyn. The Republican City Committee met yesterday afternoon In the Johnson Building, Brooklyn, and unanimously unanimously indorsed Mr. Phillips's candidacy. A letter was received from R. Ross Apple-ton, Apple-ton, Apple-ton, who was the Republican nominee for President of the Municipal Council, retiring as a candidate for Commissioner. Mr. Phil-lias- Phil-lias- Phil-lias- Phil-lias- Is a member of the Atlantic Avenue Commission, Chairman of the City Committee, Committee, and is in the produce business, and Is a resident of the Twentieth Ward. Patrick Keenan'a was the first nam? on Richard Croker's slate as one of the two Democratic members of the Police Board. Mr. - Keenan would not accept It, and Charles F. Murphy was selected. ' As soon as Mr. Croker conceded a Com-mlssionership Com-mlssionership Com-mlssionership to Brooklyn. Bernard J. York. Hugh McLaughlin's lieutenant, was mentioned mentioned for the office. It was announced yesterday yesterday that Mr. York had resigned as Commissioner Commissioner of Jurors, and that a place on the Police Board had been offered to him and accepted. ' It la considered probable by Republican politicians that Thomas L. Hamilton. Frederick Frederick H. Glbbs's candidate, will be selected by Senator Piatt and the caucus member of the Countv Committee. Mr. Globs said last night that no one had been chosen. It was said that Senator Piatt will decide the matter-within matter-within matter-within a few days. George C Austin. Austin. It was said last night, would not accept the office. It was also said that it had not been offered to him. Mr. Hamilton Is a Subway Commissioner, a member nf the County Committee, and was the Republican nominee tor rmerin.