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PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1903 PRICE ONE CENT
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1 HIG SHIP TRUST
18 MIXED UP IN
BHIBERY CHARGE
St
H Lewis Nixon Produces Schwabs Letter Offer
ing to Buy His Depreciated Stock if He
Would Consent to the Plan I for the Re
organization of the Trust
1 SAID HE WOULD PAY 90000
FOR THE HOLDINGS OF NIXON I
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Attorneys on Each Side Declare that the
Astonishing Revelations Reflect on the
PfJ Other and There If Talk About the Be
t smirching of Characters
Therewas talk abouMbribery andthe impeaching and besmirching of
character today when the hearing on the proceedings looking to the ap
pointment of a permanent recaiver for the United States Shipbuilding
I Company was resumed before Special Examiner Oliphant
W D Guthrie counsel for C M Schwab declared that Lawyer
I 1 Untermyer was trying to impeach and besmirch Lewis < Njxon his own
witness but Mr Untermyer retorted that the evidence would tend to im
I peach and besmirch Mr Schwab showing that he attempted to bribe Mr1
r Nixon to get his consent to the reorganization plan by offering fo tak
t depreciated bonds and stocks off his hands
NIXON ON STAND AGAIN
Tho hearing was resumed In the offices of Guggonhelmer Untermyer
Marshall with Mr Nixon again on the stand There had been many post
ponements duo to an effort to effect a compromise by Charles M Schwab
1 tho sale of whose plantthe Bethlehem Steel Companyto the trust has
i been the chief scandal Involved in tho sensational testimony adduced at the
Bearing Before the proceedings started Mr Guthrie asked for another I
adjournment of two weeks after today bocnuse he has business In Wash
ington and Chicago This was agreed to and thus mora time Is gained In
which to renew negotiations for a compromise I
In the early part of his testimony today Mr Nixon admitted to Mr
bntorrayer on redirect examination that the current assets of the Bethle I
hem plant had not been correctly stated to the committee of the Stock
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fUTTIETSODELL
AT WHITE HOUSE
1ft
Jtoosevelt Arranges Conference
H at Pinner to Be Held ToNight
I at Which Their Differences
Will Be Discussed
TVASHINdTON Nov SIGov Odall
n tfst New York arrived In Washington to
i VUoy In response to an Invitation of i
ib President Roosevelt Tho Governor
Senator T C Platt and George W Dunn
f ft lOhalrman 0 ftho Republican State Com
r tnlttco of New York will take dinner
I it the White House tonight Gov Odell
j will spend tho night at tho Executive
I bfanslon i
A thorough discussion of the political
iBltuatlon In Now York State will take
t Place Some differences as to tho con
I duct of Now York State political af
I fairs exist between Gov Odell and Sen
i 1 ator Plan
An effort will bo made tonlgtit to
t those difference
It can bo sold that the President Is
t occupying a neutral position In the mat
ter his effort beln directed toward a I
L L harmonious solution of tho differences
L It Is understood that national politics
jnrlll not enter Into the discussion at the
conference except In an Incidental way
III
IIIWEATHER FORECAST
Forecast for the thirtysix hours
t ending at 8 P M Wednesday for
I New York City and vicinity Fair
I and colder tonlght preceded this
r afternoon by anew flurries
tit Wednesday fair and colder brisk I
ll to high northwest winds
fr
II Kew Jtinht Express to PltUbnrs
I Ve via Pennsylvania nailroad
With the nal chang Of tim Nom
ber 20 1urat n 11 at fla 1 1
Ifl
ivill Inuurat new feat trag
the IItUburlt Spclal loavlns WLt
rwentythlrd ttttet Station NI York 11M
1 > M dally Cortmndt and Ubroi
itrwn dallYtf t arriving Plnsburi TAV 1
This train will Do enulpptd with tandan
fv itlbul coach Pullman 5rawlnroom
MtlbJlle can and a dining car Altooaa to
ijpjttibs
11 ftll i t t
AND THE CUCKOO
BIRD WAS SILENT
James Baldwin Stole It Clock
and All from Sergeant Joe
Prince and that Caused All
the Trouble
Whatever could Impel a man to teal
a cuckoo clock from a house full of
furniture and jewelry and thlnrs Is a
question that Is agitating the Brooklyn
pollce James Baldwin was arraigned
In Adams Street Court todav to answer
to tho charge of abducting the cucko
an ho was unable to ex Dial n himself
James found himself Ih the home of
DetectiveSergeant Joe Price at No 152
Washington Park at an early hour this
morning Ho wo with another man
In the front hall of the houso there was
a cuckoo clock It was approaching the
hour and the only way James can
po slblv llfrure out how he came to fool
with the cuckoo was that he was afraid
It might wake somebody up
Persons accustomed to living in the
house with a cuckoo clock are not at all
disturbed by the lament of the cuckoo
but If the clock should happen to run
down the sound of the silence woke
thorn up It was this way with William
Price the athletic eon of the Brooklyn
sleuth
He thought he heard the cuckoo clock
stop This was so unuaual that he got
out of bed to see If the cuckoo was
flying away In the halt he saw two
men who appeared to be total strangers
He put on an overcoat over his pa
amas and started for the Intruders They
wont out the front door running as a
team but at the first corner they sepa
rated Price elected to follow the man
who went through Ryerton street and
the pursuit led him a mile
The pursued parson had the cuekoo
clock under his coat He wo willing to
give the clock bock but Mr Price be
Ing punctilious about audit things re
fused to carry It home He made the
burglar do It Andh cat the burglar
In the hall awaiting the police and made
him listen to the cuckoo clock do seven
solos
Baldwin would not tell the Magistrate
where tio lived when arraigned today
J t t loll t oaI8tl1aL I
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MEISTERSINCER
WINS FOURTH
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Favorites Are in Form at Ben
nings Track and Majority of
Them Got First Money In
Races This Afternoon
CONNOVER FIRST HOME
IN STEEPLECHASE RACE
Lord of the Valley Again Lands
I
Under the Wire in Front Tak
I
ing Fifth Event Sals Wins
First and ChamplaIn Second
THE WINNERS
PIR8T RACE Sala 9 to 1 1
Foxy Kane 4 to 1 2 Ice Water 3
SECOND RACE Champlaln t9 to
2 1 Paget 15 to 1 2 Sam Craig 3
THIRD RACEConover 13 to 5
1 John E Owens 20 to 1 2 Red
Hawk 3
FOURTH RACE = Melateralnger 8
to 1 i Highlander 1 to 2 2 Paul
Clifford 3
FIKrH RACELord of the Valley
3 to 10 1 Clear the Arabia 5 to 1
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2 Tom Cod 3
81XTH RACE The Major 6 to 5
1 Red Damsel 3 to 1 2 All Gold 3
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BE3NNING3 RACE TRACK WASH
INGTON Nov 24Some very fair
races were carded at BennUigs this
afternoon and ts the fields were well
balanced they looked as If they might
furnish some Interesting racing The
attendance was a bit below the aver
age because the weather took a raw I
and wintry tern during the morning
and the prospects of nn afternoon In a
cold grand stand did not Impress Wash
Ingtonlans
First Hacfr filx furlong
Starter whta Jocks StItlfFln netting mrrl
Salt US Michaels 5 3 JV4 D 3
Foiy Kane 120 Trtubel 6 II 2 4 I
lea Watfr 133 Troxlw 4 2V 31 4 8s
Young Henry 1ST Kdfrn t fI 4 72 0s
Kip Ptpptr 12flFuller S H II 115 010
Locket 118 Onrltn 2 4 B flUro
OentMO lOll make T 7 T 40 IB
Start rood Won driving Time 116 40
Foxy Kane raced to tho front at the
ctant and fhowed the way to the stretch
followed by Ice Water Sals and Young
Henry Foxy Kane held his lead to tho
last sixteenth whn Sills nailed him
and In a hard drive won by a nock
Foxy Kane was a head In front of Ice
Water
SECOND RACE
Mile and forty lards
Dettlnir
Starters whin locki St Hit Fin Sir PI
Champlain 110 Ollrltn 4 31 14 U2 2
Pavel 107 nedfern 2 4 2 in S
Sam Craig IIS nolrsrn H 3 at in II
Pompano 01 II Callan 1 8 4 72 7n
Itrlarlhorpo OTWMIIItr 3 2 1 2n 7
Maitrrman 115 Olom n II 01 85 3n
Rathowen 8U OConr I > n 7 200 80
Turanians 119 Ilnkfll 11 8 300 100
liamanlo 107 Fletcher Ib 0 M t5
Lcniwpur 113 Wnlnh 01 7 III to 12
Mabon 107 RomanolM 7 10 11 0 2
Start fair on driving Time 14135
Ohamplaln and Masterman made the
running to tho far turn with Brlarthorpo
close up On the turn Champlain moved
to the front and took the lead Master
man quit In tho stretch and Paget corn
Ing through made a strong bid He
could not quite reach Champlaln who
won In a drive by half a length from
Pnget who was three lengths In front
of Sam Craig
THIIID HACK
About two miles steeplechase
Starter whti Jock StHlfFln IVttlnK KtlM
Conoi 158 Swnrnell S t tro 11il 1
J E Own IBSJhntn 7 7 2 > 20 7
lied Hawk Irs
Mr Trumbo 2 M 3 n 2
Good Night ill Sehlll B 4 elI 12 n
ilaicar 141 KaffH 1 2b fell 72 73
Perlon UN Ilrmhanlt U 3 fell 40 10
Black Death 147 Mara 4 ll fell 12n 1
Start rood Won easily TlmelIO
ComKiyer went to the front and made I
nil tho running Red Hawk wan second
for the nrst mile but was then passed I
bv Oascar Perlon and Good Night and
Black Death When they loft tho main
track Connovcr was lengths In front
with the others well Dunched but In the
fAr turn Jump Black Death Perlon
and Good Night went down In a heap
Connover then went nn and won In a
113 lop bv twenty lengths from John
E Owens who beat the only remaining
contender Hed Hawk fifteen lengths
for the nlaco All till hays who worn
no the fallen horses walked homo but
erJilll Who was knocked out n bit
FOURTH RACE
Sven furlong
Ii t Ir
Startera wht Jock HlfFln Sir pf
MelVtenlnKor llOKuller 2 4J jh II 33
Highlander HOnMfrrn a 2b 2U 12 =
Paul Clifford ifl7 Meln R fl as So 7
Demurrer 111 Dullman 1 14 4 N n2
Sweet Ton MAllrnnn 7 n n 7 B2
nirht ft TruomOUrlen 0 R n 7 oJ
Mlmcn 81 llrunner 4 7 7 N 3
AnY Day 84 Worm5 1111 40 12
Start poor won arum TimI
Demurrer went to the front at the
start and showed the way followed by
AnyDaY Highlander and Mel tenolnglr
They tinM this order to the stretch
where iHleMander went to tha front
MelsteremRer cloned In the run homo
and In a hard drive won by a head
tram Hlffhlnniler who < was half a length
In front of Paul Clifford
FIFTH RACE
Six furlong
Starters whtr Jock StHlfFln flettinr sir ii
Iot th V ll yllWFuller 1 m 1810
Clear theArenaloaTbef B 2 ° 2iU n llto
Tomcod 10R OTlrlen 4 4 8 100 is
Orlrkany 108 Hoar 8 iii 4 7 73
Oold DrJikerlOIMhaels 3 B S ino 1ig
Start good Won ally Time 117
This race was only a gallop for lord
of the Valley who went to the front at
the atart and breezed In an easy winner
jv six lengths from Clear the Arena
who was a length and a half In front of
Tom Cod
SIXTH RACE
Seven furlonm
Setting
Btarttri wins jock 1tUltPln aIr Ph
stouter 102 hedfern 2 2 1 1111 1
1U4 Damifll108 Adam 1 1 ih a
All Sold 110 nullman R 55 5t g 9
lIatire hO Plc krtn t T q 4 2
13flr 10 Drrnnan 4 011 I
oh CnRLIIIi Mil rIll 4 M I 8 I
nh 11II 1 0 I II TT 1 4
1 f2ta = a
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SPECIAL XTRA
PARSIFAL MAY
BE PRODUCED
COURT RULES
Judge Lacombe in the United States Court this afternoon
handed down a decision refusing to issue an order restraining
the production of Parsifal This removes the obstacles to the
production of the opera at the Metropolitan OperaHouse
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SCARLETFEVER IN NURSES SCHOOL
A case of scarlet fever was discoveredin the Training School
tor Nurses at No 426 East Twentysixthstreet today This
building is directly across the treet from Bellevue Hospital
Steps have been taken to prevent the spread of the disease
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LATE RESULTS AT LATONIA
Fifth RaceLida Lieb 1 Aim Dufour2 Lora J 3
Sixth RaceBarney Burke 1 Tufts 2 Goo Goo 3i
ODDS 1 FIT GO HACK
BETTiNG NOW IS lU TO 9
Experts Say Betting Will Be EveS
Money at the Ringside rGraney Gives
Men Instructions About Bandages
Fitz Is Way Below the Weight
Special to The Evening World
SAX PIIAMOIHCO CAL NOV Uu ClUGN UAUUJVKirs STUCK HAM
GONE UP TilE IIETTIXO HAS SHIFTED TODAY pnoni 10 TO o TO 10
TO 0 TilE REPORTS FIIOM PITZfl TJIAIMING CAMP IIECAHDIXG illS
POOR CONDITION ARE UnSPOXSIIIIB FOR TilE SHIFT IN THE nET
TING IT IX OKS AS IF THE OIJIIS VIM IJE EVEN MOM5V BY TIIU
TIME THEY GET INTO THE StINGS
N FRANCISCO Nov 24Doth Fltzslmmons and Gardner have
S tnporod off In their work Gardner was out on the road yesterday
morning with Ferguson and Greggalns He dld eight miles and now
weighs 368 pounds exactly and says he will be ablo to tip the scales at
that weight tomorrow easily
Fltz weighs 162 today and looks a trifle thin Training has shown on
his face which is a bit drawn His color Is good and he says his spirits
are high
Gardner did nothing yesterday acornoon but bagpunching Groggaln
says Gardners work Is all over and that George will do nothing but light
work to limber up the arms and keep his wind good
Referee Tells Gardner About Bandages
Eildlo Gurney called on the Lowell man to talk over bandages Both
fighters nro very particular In regard to this Gardner onco entered the ring
hero In a go with Walcott wearing a plaster cast on hs right hand which
lie broVo en pcrter In their first fight Fltz fears that he might spring
something like this but Gardner says he need have no fear as his injured
hand has liver bothered him since
Graney will make It a point that both men bandage their hands in the
ring and avoid tho necessity of taking It off In case of trouble No sticky
tapt such as electricians use will be allowed In this go Canole wore
It In his fight with Drill but tho latters seconds were not wise This
makes the hands llko Iron Graney will
tape examine Fltz and Gardner to
seo that this is not used
DE VEAU FOUND GUILTY I
OF PLOT TO ROB LEWIS
sI
Jury Out an Hour Before Verdict Is Reached
Maximum Penalty Is Ten Years
Imprisonment
A verdict of guilty was rendered by a
jury In Recorder Gaffs court today In
tho case of Edgar E De Vcau accused
of conspiring to commit a felony Do
Veau waa remanded until Monday when
he will be sentenced The maximum
penalty for the offense Is a term of ten
years Imprisonment
The Jury was out an hour before a
verdict was reached Recorder Ooff In
hit charge made It plain that If tha
jurors believed the story told by Oliver
Nelson and County Detective Mullen ot
a cansplracy with Do Veau to assault
and rob Samuel Lewis a shirt manu
facturer of No 117 Mercer street the
verdict roust be against the prisoner
Nelson the chief witness against Da
Veau la a private detective Ha called
on the DistrictAttorney late In Octo
ber and told an astounding story of
plans to assault and rob a number of
persons among them Mr Lewis
Nelson said he and Do Veau had met
two girls who had just been discharged
from Lewiss employ According to his
story the girts talked ao much about
the diamonds and money of Lewis tfiat
Do Veau mid up IsIs mind to rob the
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His plan was to secrete himself In th II
jS
hallWay ot betvis factory after cbs
s hourLillul rob the manufacturer all
he was passing out NelSOll said that
1Iother man had been approached
< 011
the ProposItion
Mr Jerome turned NCI oll over < o the
county detective and Mullen was In
troduced to De Veau as a man willing
to take a chtnce to set money Accord
tag to MUllen hail Nelson Do Venu told I
hem nil about thn scheme bought nt
piece of lead pipe IInol a section or nibi
bjr Jioso and ieistruclel them In the use
of lbs bludgeon
Mullen Nelson and De Venu wmt I
In to Mercer street lag In tlu cVenlng if
Nov 4 Mullen fln1 Nelion were to
walt In tile h9waY and lIsaUIt and rob
Iiewliu Willie J5r Veau was to Walt on
the outsIde While he was waiting a i
sQuad at detective who had trailed the
trio arrested hIm
De VtIU denied everything on the
eland when placed on trial He raid I
that Nelson had put up a Job on him I
to satisfy personal unite Rut ho was
unablo to explain tho cJnncctlon of u
Mullen and other count detectives with I
the ease I
It Is said that De Veau comes of gil
good family He refuses to reveal his
real name Detectives say that they
found a bottle of knockout drops In nu
room tterlto waa arrested
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VANOERBll IS
HAVE BABY GIRL
Mrs W K Jr Who Was Vir
ginia Fair Is Mother of In
fant Who Will Be One of the
I
Greatest Heiresses in City
MANY CONGRATULATIONS
AT NEW YORK MANSION
Child Is Fine and Healthy Little I
One and Mrs Vanderbilt Js
Reported as Being in Excel
lent Spirits
A girl was born to Mrs William K
Vanderbilt Jr today at thIS Vande
bUt home No 25 East Fiftyseventh
atreet The openfaced butler who made
the announcement at the door of the
mansion said that ttie child > was ann
healthy little one and that Mrs Van
derbllt wa in excellent spirits
Sirs Vanderbilt was Virginia Fair ot
California She Is a sister of Mrs Her
mann Oelrlchs Hex father the late Sen
ator James G Pair made > his millions In
Nevada mines and tho mother of the
latest addition to the children of the
New York millionaire colony has an am
ple fortune In her own right
Young Mr Vandorbllt met his wife
when iho was a student at Harvard lIve
years ago Sho was In Now York with
her sister They were married on April
4 JSjy and have spent much of their
time abroad
Cablegrams and telegrams of congrat
ulations began to arrive In answer to
tho announcement of tho birth of little
Miss Vanderbilt noon after the Interest
Ing event Carriages and automobiles
carrying friends of the happy father and
mother blocltad Fiftyseventh street this
afternoon
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SHOOT TO mT
ORDER TO POLICE
Chicago Force Again Menaced
by Thousands of StreetCar
Strike Sympathizers Instruct
ed to Use Pistols with Effect
ChICAGO Nov 24Shoot to hit
was the order given tho police today
by Inspector Hunt In the vent of a
concerted attack being made on non
union men toy streetcar strike symDa
thlzera
During the past twelve hours strike
sympathizers did moro doinivce to tho
car lines than on any previous time
I since the strike was begun Wires were
cut on many of the crosstown lines and
nil manner of blockade was put on tho
tracks In higher plies than over
Another attempt was mude to run
the street cars Six trains were started
from Slxtydrat street but their prog
dess was slow In splto of the police
patrol spikes were found driven In the
cable slQt nt Intervals and the obstruc
tions cleared away earlier In the day
I were replaced by tho strikers In num
I erous Instances
When the trains reached Fortythird
Ktccot acrowil of more than a thousand
men was following thorn Tho cars
kept as close together as possible and
were under heavier police guard than
yesterday
The striking employees of the City
Hallway apparently do not want their
pay ax theY have not presented them
scves at the general offices to relinquish
their badges Arrangements made bv
lanngcr McCulloch to pay off tho fist
division of 600 employees were rendered
f jille today by the refusal of the sink
era to take advantage of the oppor
tunity to draw their money Cashiers
took up tholr places und clerks were at
hand to receipt for bndces at the ap
valntrd time but none of the employees
Materialized
WINNERS AT LATONIA
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SiefiHl ti hFHnln Word
LATONIA RACK TRACK Ky Nov
21Thp races scheduled to be run here
till afternoon resnlled is follows
First Ilice SexonelKliths of a mile
Won by Kasy Tmilc SU tci I and 4 to I
1nntle 5 to 1 was Kponncl Circus Girl
wii tlrird Time 131
Second Hnce Threenunrlers of a mile
Won by Bd Tlerney 2 to 1 and 4 to
5 Delmonlco 3 to 1 for place was sec
ond Htirfanz was third Time 117
Third Race One leWon by Chris
tine A 6 to 1 and 2 to I Adelante 2
to 1 for plane was se < s > nd Trooador
was thlrdP TlmeU i
Fourth Race Ono mile and an eight
Won hv Jack Hntlln 8 to 5 and 3 to 5 I
Kthel Wheat 4 to i for place was sec
ond Ocean Drem was third Time
lW 12
AMhnia anil nronchltl Lead to
Conmimiitlon
Father Johns Medicine euro Not kpmt
n 4eIc
oj i I i t t r
PASSENGERSON 1 J
BLAZING TRAIN
LOCKED IN GARB
Had Just Reached the Ninth Street Station
I of the Fifth Avenue Brooklyn Rapid
Transit When There Was a Terrific Explo
sion and Burst of Flames
MEN AND WOMEN IN PANIC
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TRIED TO CLIMB THROUH WINDOWS 4
Ties Caught Fire and So Did Station Plat
form While Firemen Were Afraid to Turn
on Stream of Water Until the El ctricl
Current Was Cut Off
1
One hundred and fifty passengers were locked in four cars of a train f
on the Fifth avenue branch of the Brooklyn Elevated Railroad system
today while firemen put out a blaze that had been caused by the blowing
out of a fuse in the motor car
Before the fire had been put out there was the wildest kind of jex
citement Passengers tried to climb out of the windows and several
women fainted f
Flames spouted from underneath the cars The ties and the platfoftn
caught fire but the firemen refused to play a stream on the Are uttll the
elqctrlclty was cut off from that section There was a delay of fifteen
minutes j
The accident happened at the Ninth street station on the uptown Bide
The tour cars were well filled with passengers bound mostly for South i
Brooklyn Bensonhurst and Fort Hamilton The train was just pulling into t i
the station The guards threw open the doors and called out In stereotyped J
I
way 1
Ninth street i
A TREMENDOUS EXPLOSION
Simultaneously there was a tremendous explosion followed by a pyro
technic display on all sides of the cars
The passongera were panicstrIcken Men women and children rushed t
for the doors The train was still In motion
v Men tried to climb over the gates and It was all that the guards coulOi
do to force them back Intp the cars again Once they got those on tha f
platform Inside they locked the doors Other explosions followed the first
Thie only Intensified the fright of tho passengers and severn women
fainted The motorman shut off the power but that did not help becaus
the blowing out of the fuse had disabled the motor
While the passengers were held In tho cars the ties underneath caught
flrn and the flames communicated to tho station platform Men tried to g t
out through tho windows Some succeeded
The station agent Just when tho excitement was at Its highest pitch
turned hi an alarm of fire
When the engines arrived there was a lively blaze but the firemen re
fused to start the water until the current In the third rail was turned off
I This took at least five minutes as the powerhouse of that division had to be
i communicated with by telephone first
IMPRISONED PASSENGERS RELEASED
Finally when the electric current was cut off a stream was started arid
the fire put out In ohort order A new fuse was Inserted and the Impris
oned passengers released Few remained In the train
Tho delay paused a blockade of cars that reached a half mile or more 4ir
No one was hurt owing to the precaution taken by the guards to boll
every one In the cars
REBELS SHELL STEAMERS
BOATS AT SAN DOMINGO tl
St
Lighters Carrying Ammunition from Hamburg
American Liner to Government Pier if
Under FireCity Still Besieged I
SAJs DOMINOO Nov MA Hamburg
American lAne steamer with ammuni
tion on bonnl con llfned tp the Govern
ment has arrived hero and began ells
charging her cargo Into lighters where
upon the revolutionists opened lire on
the lighters and the fort here returned
tho lire In order tp protect the lighters i
and facilitate the dlsjharKnsr of tile
I
FATHERS BODY GIVEN SON
VVIIIlnm II hauler > Vln Salt
Annlnst III Stepmother
Justice Scott settled the dispute be
tween William Howard Butler and his
stepmother Hay Eiat Butter on
which should bury the body or Asahel
Seward Butler today by awarding that
privilege to the son
The quarrel In the Butler case arose
out of religious differences
ODELL VISITS CONGRESS
WASHINGTON Nov NOov Odell
of Ne Kttk wa on the floor when the
Bouieftnet today Mo was accorded
muca rtttntlOD
Ii b
si
steamers cargo
The peace ncpitlatlona hove been sus t
pended owing to the Impossibility of an q
understanding being arrived at between I 1
tho Uovornment officIals and the Jead < rs Ci
of the rebellion i j
Firing on tho city Is still going on
Tie Oovernmecjt refuses to surrender 710
the worse capital and the situation Is growing I l
j MOURNING AT WHITE HOUSE
Death of Presidents Uncle Stops
Social Affair
WASHINGTON Nov It The WhIte
House Is In mourning on account ot
the death of the PrMtnt Uncle
James K Grace t1er1U be no
social entertainments until the CabIM
dinner
Veteran Sons Writer DeaL
BOSTON Nov MCharIes Dupe
Slake the autho of I4aci
Baby and other popular JKW V 4
at hi horns itt DoRiine Xi
at Iouth Weigalo Cbeitt IpIMV

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