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J 2 I THE WORLD TUESDAY EVENING JSOVEMBEft S < i 1903 0
15 MORE MOROS KILLED
IN WARFARE LED BY WOOD
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One American Private Met Death and Two
Were Wounded in Last Fight Which Is
s1 Expected to End Rebellion
I
MANILA Nov 21Gtn Leonard
Woodreporta the killing ot seventyfive
more natives In another engagement
with the Moroi
He captured tho position of tho enemy
In the hills oI Jolo north of Tngllbl on
4 the 20th bit and destroyed the earth
y works they had thrown up there
Private Martin Brcnnan of tho Four
teenth Cavalry was killed during the
engagement and two privates were
wounded one seriously
The loss on the Moro side Is known to
have been seventyfive probably more
as the ground Is covered with tru h and
bodies are hard to find
The expedition returned to Jolo and
pending nil Investigation Gen Wood
sajs that io for ns he can ace there
n1ll be no more opposition on the part
of the Sultans mm who led the fight
Ing
According to his understanding this
action of the Moros abrogates the Dates
treaty i
AMAZING TALK
c ABOUT BRIBERY
i
ContlrweU frcm First Page
Exchange because MOX hadbeen written off to tho extent of 1250000 Ho
tnatieno InquIre Into the matter because ho left that matter to Mr Schwab
I Q Dili > ou rend he term of OIe Irnnrt 1 > o
Q Then you Ibo tari President of the company dun know It
t rnl ANo
ABOUT REORGANIZATION
Mr Untennyer took up the reorganization of the Shipbuilding Company
Jast May and the manner in which Mr Nixons consent to the Morgan and
y Schwab plan was obtained
Q On May 17 you wrote to Mr Pam tolling him that you would not
j consent to the reorganization plan A Yes
Then after a conference with Mr Schwab you were won over asked
Mr Untcrrayer S
S
S I was an amateur In thU business of organizing and reorganizing
S companies said Mr Nixon S
S Q Mr Nixon you received by tho underwriting agreement 100000
worth of bonds and 25000 of both kinds of stock did you not A Yes
i QNow Is It not a fact that Mr Schwab wrote to Mr Hoadly who was
p gntfaUng for you with Mr Schwab and offered to buy 100000 worth of
S S bonds aRid C000 of each kind of stock If you would consent to agree to
the rcorganiatlon 1bn A Yes
l Q You know that tho Blocks and bonds you held and which Mr Schwab
y offered to buywero greatly depreciated A Yea
S Here Mr Guthrie flared up and said In a sneering tone You are evi
t dently trying to Impeach and besmirch your witness by showing that ho
wail persuaded to consent to the reorganization by the bribe offered by Mr
Schwab
S liJ nm not trying to liniienrli or lir mlrrli Mr Nixon mild Mr tln
S terjnrer but till otlilunuc uliniilil fond to luiiienou and lic mrcli irS
ScUTvnti aN liowliiK that nn n lirlliu tu NI Mr Nixon to uonient to the
S reorgniilinton plate lie otTcml to tnkn the ilcpreclntPd nrinilii nnil
t took oil Mr KIsauN hand tlirouuli hi friend Mr Homily AVhnt
S eyer Inipenchlnic acid nilrcliliiir hero In irlll not fall upon Mr
S S
Nixon
S Mr Untermycr then read tho letter of Mr Schwab characterized as the
attomptedbribe This Is the letter S
S
NQV YOlUf May M 1001
Li5 Mr Joseph II Hoadlev New York
S Dear Sir Providing the United atntci Shlpbulldlnif ormnlfcitlon la per
fected I hereby guarantee to take nn1 pay for 100000 of nrat mortgnfle
4 bonds of the UnltcJ Btotei BlioUullJIne Com > anyUSOOO df preferred
and UOiO of common stock for the sum of 90000 pUm Intertit on
5 S Mid lionds on fr before Dec I ll H aid blonde and lock to be dep lId
with Messrs Mclntyrr i JIarahnll No 71 Dioidnuy New York tl be ex
changed for the securities of the reorganized company na dcalgned by
agreement Issued oy tha roorgunlzatlon committee Youra very truly
S
C M fiCIIVVAB
NIXON GIVES CONSENT
Mr Untennyer then brought out that after considerable dickering with
Mr Schwab Mr Nixon consented to the reorganization
A Now Mr Nixon said Mr Untermyer I want you to explain your
S part in this transaction
I bject to this line of questions as an attempt to impeach the wit
S
i ness Interposed Mr Guthrie SC
Then after a cross fire between Mr Guthrie and Mr Untermyer Mr
Nixon explained that he hnd turned over his bonds and stoolc to Mr Hoad
S 5 ly who had advanced him money on them
I dont know what was done wlththem directly after Mr iHoadly took
5 them said Mr Nixon but I do know that I never made anything out ot
S themIn addition to the letter from Mr Schwab offering to buy the stock held
S by Mr Nixon ceveral other remarkable letters were brought out In tho testi
5 i mony The first one was written by Nixon to Max Pam before Schwatis
Offer was made It is dated May 17 and reads
f Dear Sir nefrrrlng to the mesMtd plm of reorganization of the
S r United States Shipbuilding Company an outlined by you to me yesterday
i S morning 1 beg to lay that niter careful study and conference I cannot
S S see my way clear to iippiou of the > lan
S I think It beat for you to advise those who have been acting with you
of the decision Yours truly LEWIS NIXON
Other letters are as follows
S S New York May 26 1503
S S Mr Joseph II lloidley Now York N Y
Dear Sr ProvMIng the Unlcil Htatea Shipbuilding Company reorganization
S
r zatlon Is lerfcotfd I hereby RUiinntco to pay to your order IMOOu amount
payment which has UJCH xniUo to the Sheldon syndicate on a subscrip
S tion it J100000 mad uy Ionl Nixon I ilso agree to have cuRl subucrlp
don placed to my account and guarantee to have a complete rclcas luued
to said Nixon by said Sheldon pyiullctc CHARIE3 M SCHWAn
S
LETTER FROM HOADLlf
Another letter was given out by < Mr Nixon because of the appearance
I of the Btrange circumstances surrounding his sudden ch ngo ot front In the
j i mtater of reorganizing the company t was written by Joseph H Hoadley
I and reads In part
v I have sent you copies of tuft correspondence had between Mr Bchwnb
and myself which took place at the time I was endeavntlng to arrive at an
amicable understanding with him us to whethe ho wculd pay his assess
ment on the controlling exchange of stock he told me he hold You under
fi a l stand that all of my propositions to Mr Schwab were based on the condition
nF that Mr Schwab would talfe charge of the financial operation of the deal
II and even now If you could disentangle this matter and allow your stock
folders a right to go In on the reorganization by paying a small assessment
1 would have my associates loin you and furnish tho 1000000 cash that
tyou would require under your original plan of reorganization always as
suming of course that Mr Sheldon will stay In the saddle and attend to
t the financial end of tho now corporation
I tr would suggest that you arrange to see him or have some ono else see
him regarding this matter as I wish to assist you all possible In your carn
r al efforts to rehabilitate this property at the least loss to the security
rh6idcrsM
riQHfABS LITTLE LOAN
t tIt Untermyer read the agreement between Dresser Oo and J P
< 8i Ji Cp by which Morgan Co assuming to own 289099 ahareo ot
4p90oo ot the Bethlehem Company were to sell them to Nixon and
r Schwab the real owner of the stock loaning the money to
ft and Dresser with which to buy his own stock
ft Cl U It not true thai for fho simple lbantng to yoU and Mr rc scr of
fl with which to purchase ills own stock ho sot as Interest altO
I biboooooo In bonds and J1G000000 in stock of the United States
1 dompany A < f S
rt taokyag prsouit4 proflt oJthqlItUe loan was merely S26 fOwo
ur t tU Dec 8 t
4
PREFEBS RACES TO
HIS PRETTY WIFE
Mrs Connor H Pratt a Brook
lyn Belle in Police Court
Charges Her Husband With
Abandonment
SJrs Connor It Pratt who as the beau
tlful Maude Kites wan a favorite In
Brooklyn society today appeared In the
antes Avenue Court before Magistral
Furlough to prnxi a charge of abandon
ment against her oung husband
MUs Nile I nss on0 of the principal
members of Brooklyns wellknown Am
iranth Dramatic Society and a year
ago when the organization produce
i Mrs JoncR from Boston she met
Pratt who claims to have written the
play
Tfiey were married May 23 at tht home
of tier mother at Xo M St Charles
place nnd Mrs Pratt said today that
In a very short njille shi > was compelled
to leave her husband because ho talked
nnd Ihmight of nothing rise but the
men
menHe talked horse all the time said
he pretty > Ung woman
dire Pratt declarid that hp and her
uuUnnd had agreed to sopnralo on con
dition that he pay a certain Hum each
weekThat she said
That was In September
And since then 1 have received only II
from him
She assorted that she traced her hue
band In New York and learned that he
wni known around poolroilnli
Iratt who la uu expert chase player
In addition ta being a ceno pointer and
II playwright liven with his mother at
No 6M Pacific street
WILL NOT OPEN
DivOAcERECORDS
HciratLaw of George F Gil
man Falls In Effort to Get at
Secret Papers in Divorce Suit
of Helen Potts Hall
birollne O Remington one of the
lelrflRtlaw of Cleaned P Oilman the
tea king who are being Ufd by Helen
Potts Hull who clHlmit his whole estate
of tlSQOOOO nil his adopted daughter and
Under a noral contract by which he
iromlsed hit entire estate to her It ahe
would live with him and take care of
ilm till ho died wa unsuccessful today
In tin application for Jlerml lon to open
the a ald papers In the Hall divorce
oslo
Melon Potts hail ocaurrd a divorce
from Ulakvly Hall Au < 12 IDOl The
p per wns sealed up tight Oilman died
Ilt his Stamford hcmie In March 1900
ant Mm Hall who had been tils attend
ant claimed In her suit several months
before hn death that Oilman made Did
oral contract described Invlnqr adoptud
icnaB hli diuuirfitpr years before Her
lull It against iheophllus Oilman Caro
Ina a Kedlncton nnd others
Mrs ncdliiffton lain In her petition
hat uho wishes to see and have her
attorneys cxamliui the evIdence taken
by a referee In the divorce proaoftngs
In order to llnd out when Illnkelcy hall
and Helen Potts ware milrrled auJ
wJicrc bponuse under tho law If sho
married ana was divorced at lieu time
she was Incapable In law to make the
contract she alleges sho mado with
O4ortre f Gilman
JUBilcc llsclean denied the applica
tion this afternoon saying
Xe proof of the marriage of HUke
Iv Hall nnd Melon Potta Hall can be
obtained from the reoordB public or sac
cdotal of the place hero It wan sol
rcnnlred That to obtain prooff would
ron more than bv prying Into pipers
Rnl proceedIngs long iulct l s not enough
tll move this Court to hniartl exposuro
10 obloquy ileaervod or undcsurved of
person ince InvMlouily mentioned by
permitting the exhibition of these pro
c u a new action betwuen other
partIes and easily likely to provoke no
orlety II
WOMAN TRIED TO
SWAP HUSBANDS
But When She Was Summoned
to Court in Williamsburg to
Explain It She Failed to Ap
pear
If Your Honor please this woman
wanted to Will hutfbanUs with me
She what ejaculated Magistrate
ORollly In tho Wlllamat > ur Police
Court Then ha laughed 110 long and
htartlly he nearly fell off tho bench
That was the plaint today of SIri
Bertha Seltzer who asked to have Sire
Mrs Mamie EneletjarJt twentyeight
cnra old uf No 16 Morgan avcnuo
ummoiiril to court
The Jltglstruta hud Jut Aivlvhed rend
ing the Bumolhna when ho none to the
part which Is ulivAya filled out In wilt
ing There he found tho reference to
the exchange of huobnnds and ho asked
tho woman what It meant
Yes sho did continued Mn Belt
zn Bho batherrd me to death nil the
limn tryln to get mo 4o conaent to
swap husbands with her Wo RIO
frlondi Mrj Englchnnlt and myself
and BO are our husband Why the
wants to make the swap I cant say
Maybe its a matter of complexion
Mm Englehardt though summoned
did not dpixir Th Maclstrate grew In
lerented In the case and ordered an of
ricer to find out why she disobeyed the
Court Injunction
Doth women are expected to appear
In court tomorrow Englihurdt Is an
undertakers assistant Beltter Is a
lirewer
THREE MINERS KILLED
DUBOIS Pa Nov 2tWhlle three
miners were In nn elevator cage at SHne
No 2 ot the Buffalo and Busqurhanna
Coal Campan today control of the
madilnery urns lost and Ire cage and
nile wars pr clnltit l to tho bottom a
distune ot 100 feeL rile men WCN1lk1 h1
mot ln tantly
tfJ m W
ROOF FElL IN
FIREMEN HURT
e
When Blaze Was Discovered in
Stable of Alexander Buchs
baum Faithful Dogs Would
Not Permit Police to Enter
HtfD TO BE CLUBBED
INTO SUBMISSION
Their Defense of Masters Prop
erty Resulted in Burning 28
Horses Fire Spread to Ad
joining Apartment
Four firemen were seriously Injured
and twentyeight homes burned tpdey
In a fire which destroyed the stable of
Alexander Buchnbaitmi at Nos 404 and
4M West Fiftythird street
After the Ore was believed to have
been extinguished a charred and smoul
dering beam fupportlnu the roof of the
twoetory structure fell and burled four
ircmeh They ivre Fred O Velth Pat
Ifeenan John Cuilck and Lieut Patrick
llrennsj nil of Knglnc Company No 61
Their cries brought Battalion Chief
Diiatie and ojlier firemen and a streajn
of water was turned on the beam It
having been fanned Into a blaze by the
descent After the firs was put out
about the pinioned men they wero rca
rttfcl and tint to Roosevelt Hospital
Velth area Kocnan were Injured about
their heads CusickSahip was sprained
and Lieut JJretpan Ww wal Beverel
PQlllle He Is ilia most swloupjy In
1 ured
When Policeman ifatthows discovered
fire In the stable his first thought wan
to arouse Jacob Volgl who with his wife
and two children lived In a part of the
bulldlnr cut oQt from the stable Volet
found his esc4lfibv the stairway cut off
by fire and led his iamlly to the front of
the bulldlfig Tjhe drop from the sec
ond etory wassllgliTao lie went first I
and then bracing himself against the
wall caught his wife son and daughter
as they dropped Into his arm I
Meanwhile Matthews and Policeman
Dowling broke In the stable door As
they entered two bulldogs and a blood
hound made a rush at them The police
men used their nightsticks but the
dogs gavo them an Irritating battle
darting away and ttien leaping full at
their throats The flames were spread
Ing and the forty horse In the stalls
wjjre DlunglmR nnd straining at their
halters The dogs had to be clubbed
senseless before the police could do any
work
S 1nnlo In Trncmcuti
The lire created a panic J In the big five
story tenements on three sides of the
burning stable Disorder aita accident
were averted by the police reserves from S
the West Forty oventh street elation
under Sorgt Kuhne who sent his men
Into tho building and prevented crushing
and pinhlng on the stairways
The names spread to the Hathouse at
No m Seat Fiftythird street from
which n Sirs Biattle and a Mrs flU
kenney escaped In their night clothe
The Janitor Joseph Jury after ringing
nil the bells In the house to arouse the
tenants want to tho fourth floor and
carried down a crippled daughter of a
Irs Ochlyo
Tho names swept the three lower
floors of tho fin Ihoue totally destroy
hut tho furnishings S
The loss to Mr Uuchabaum will bo
15000 and J5W additional on tho build
Ing and furntshlni of the acartmont
house 5 9
Made Heroic Ituiciu1
In the Ilvcslory tenement on Ninth
avenue the rear of which backed on
the burning stable tho police alarmed
the residents and with firemen made
loveral heroic rescues
Mrs Mary Whitehead the widow of S
n Mcxloin Will voturati and her two
daughter were found helpless In their I
rooms on tho first noor and were carried
out On the floor above was found Augusta
Dehyle a girl who was made blind In
an explo lon several years ago nnd her
aged and equally helpless mother
Joseph Jury Janitor of the building
broke In the door where they were and
was about to carry the Mind girl down
when she rafuBCil to go first saying
hat hor mother would have to bo taken
out before her Jury took tho mother
down und the firemen rescued the blind
girl
To Cure n Cold In One Why
Take Laxative Itrmnn Qulnlno Tablet All
druggist refund the money It It falls to cure
IC W Qrovei tUnature Is on each box 23c
mum GIRL
fOUND GUILT
Young Woman Who Married Two
Men Within Twentyfour
Hours Is Set Free However
on Suspension of Sentence
Margaret Famllton the pretty girl of
Whltestone L I was found guilty of
bkamy In the Queen County Court
today and waa about to be sentenced to
prison when she fell In a faint In the
curtroom Her condition so appealed
to Judge Moore before whom ebb was
tried that sentence was suspended and
the trembling anti sobbing girl was al
lowed to go home
Holding to the arm of her lawyer Wal
tor U Baban Margaret Famllton walked
from St Johns Hospital across the
street from the CourtHome She was
taken to the hospital yesterday when
one collapsad in court and aJ night she
was hysterical Behind the girl was hor
father a veteran of the civil war who e
devotion to nil daughter has been con
stant olthoiffh she married two mer
within twentyfojr hours The old man
carried one arm In a sling ami limped
The trio passed Prod S Klrkman the
first young man the girl married The
youthful husband sneered as the girl
walked pat Edward J nochc the
soldier whobcqamo her second husband
was not In court today permission for
him to leave tho fort having been re
fused S
Step Was More Stonily
Margaret was scltfpoosasscd when the
Jury lllcd hack Into the box on hour
later She wus brought Into tho court
room nnd her step wits more steady
than It teas been for several days
Margaret Famllton stand before the
Juiy commanded Judge Moore The
foreman of the Jury then began to
speak
Wo the Jury find Margaret l atT l
Ion guilty of bigamy he began lie
a got no further when there wo a scream
I and the1 girl tottered and fell fainting
I Fha was revived and again took her
stand before the Jury The Judge here
Jkal11
I Bit down In that chair You are In
I no condition tp stand
I The foreman again repeated We the
Jury arid Margaret Famllton guilty of
bigamy nnd we make a strong recom
mendation for mercy
I AgaJn the girl collapsed For a few
minutes sho was unconscious and her
condition so touched tho Judge that
when ho spoke to her again there was u
note of tenderness In his voice
A Very Faollnh Girl
You ban been a very foolish girl
begun the Judge Then turning to her
lawyer ho continued Shall I pass sen
tence now or shall you make an appeal
and require a delay or two days I nm
willing to delay sentence for two tiara
Tho Judges Bpeeoh mndo It apparent
that aha was to bo sent to prison anti
she fainted again While she wns still
In a state of colUpso her lawyer said
Pass sentence now Your Honor
For a time Judge Moore looked at the
unconscloUH girl When she was revived
lie begun
You have been a very foolish girl
but I dont think you are a bad woman
I will suspend sentence Go to your
homo and he a good girl
Suspension of sentence caused a crv of
joy among Miss Famlltonn friends She
wus seized from every side and klssea
many times Thon she was carried
from tho courtroom Into Sheriff Do
DraggLes office where an Informal re
ception was held
Action to annul both marriages was
begun today There will be a reception
at the Famllton homo In Tiltestone
toti1glt In celebration of the girls lib
eration
ACCUSED NEGRO LYNCHED
IIlInN1 Ill South Carolina Moh on
Charge of Attacking IVIilte Girl
COLUMBIA 8 C Nov 2IA report
has been received hero that James
Nelson a HiBra charged with III1 k
In a white girl has been lynched near
Jefferson S C
SHIPPING NEWS
ALMANAC FOR TODAY I
Sun rises 0 oilSun win limlMoon rites 0 37
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stereo Castle Havana
INCOMING STEAMSHIPS
DUP TODAY
CIlia ill Natwll rUE Iximbardla Kanlei
aUirnltnr Murlttan Aulem
nmtnfaellr nirniuln janipanw Oaheiton
Olacomo 1 fleeCes l > nor Oaltnton
MorO CntI lln > nnEl DIll Oalveilon
Auache Jncksonvllle
OUTOOINa 8TEAMSniP3
BMIKD TODAY
ncorclc Liverpool in of Vnihlnuton
K W del 0100 Colon
Ilrem4n fnlnrniln nUeitton
Vont AmerlcA NanlflTHamllton Norfolk
ClIche N wfotindlan < i Araimhoe Charleston
ii Star Onlvpnton S
CL The HO way is the only
good way It gives you the
phosphates nitrogen and pro
teids of th best oats elimi
nating the fibre so plentiful
in ordinary oatmeals
IJ A remarkable puzzle in eVery package of HO
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BIG LINER BARELY
MISSfS COLLISION
Kronprinz Wilhelm Saved from
Crashing Into a Schooner in
Upper Bay by Quick Work of
the Vessels Crews
While the North German Lloyd steam
ship Kronprinz Wilhelm from Bremen
watt docking today sho nearly ran down
the schooner Uamlctta and Joanna from
PortKnd The bin German liner with her
crowd ot paMongers had barely cleared
Quarantine and was making her way
through the upper bay when tM cutter
Hudson bringing the boarding officer
and custom staff came alongside The
cutter had just had sufficient time to
Albw Howard Stclnhart the boarding of
ficer to go abeaM when there wan a
cry to cut liwiy the line
The schooner was hearing down on the
liner scarcely fifty yards away Both
til o s > hooner a Captain and Capt Rich
tel uf the Kronnrjn saw their danger
at the same time The crew of the
schoc rp rnblrd aft at the same time
that tho Ceptnln put his wheel over
uylui III the wind ho could not turn
fast qnoLgti but luffed and came broad
side on toward tile Kronprinz
The cutter Hudson was In such a posi
tion that she was liable to be caught be
tween the two vessels The HJdaon
line WOK cut and she swung astern Just
at the Captain rang full speed oJicad
The schooner came down and so close
wa the shave that as she crossed astern
her bowsprit was within five feet of the
Btaamnhlpn stern rail
PROTECTION
This is the season of the
year when Scotts Emulsion
does some of its best work
Fortifying the system
against the ravages of winter
is one of the most effective
uses of Scotts Emulsion i it
builds up the strength of the
whole body and puts one in a
healthy vigorous condition
Weak lungs throat
troubles or bronchial affec
tions get more positive help
and relief from Scotts Emul
sion than from any other
source
Cod liver oil is very scarce
now i cheap adulterations
and mixtures of inferior oils
are offered everywhere This
is why Scott s Emulsion
should be insisted upon It
rjever varies from the high
quality and absolute purity
that has made it the standard
for thirty years
Well send you a sample free upon request
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This shoulder was a revelation and an im
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WOMENS COLLAR AND CUFF SETS hemstitched
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