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THE WORLD WEDNESDAY EVENINCT NOVEMBER2S 1903 r 11
e > > t 43 Fill 1TH
jtJLOOR TO CELLAR
I p
Xo j
r L 1WS Menaced Guests aj
ChUrch Sociable While The
t Were Pinioned in WreckagE
X ife I Following Crash
i
SEVERAL INJURED WERE
q i SAVED BY QUICK WORK
Fire Was Smothered by Ashes
Dumped on Blazing Timbers
1 arid Twenty five Person
Hurt Taken Out
NEW CANAAX Conn Nsv 2SDuF
Ing a church social at the residence ot
John Water at 3elltcko Corner ev
tralmllt1l north of here the lower floor
ot thi > puqe gave way preclpttitlnj
k fortythree1per5on3 ten feet Into the
u4ilar
Mr Joseph Emlth fifty year old 11311
frit1y Injured and twrntyne other
guite of Waller were brulcd Jd
4 sn4f11 un 4
fife added tn the peril of those cnushl
In the wreckage the timbers catchlni
flro ron iyi oxjilmllni lntnri
Those In attendance at the sociable
crowded thd little hniuic There wii I
r J1J1l1J In tha pnlor In which tlu
young pcoplo were eng cid rid they
I were doing con ldrnble romplnj The
Mthir Ilooj BiidJcnly dropped Into the
ceinr vlth a score of Ji < nu > nr
ImmodHtely follonlng tho giving MLJ
of the lloor the noustr uiV l In nnd hilt
moment fie cellar Wis full of ftmhefi
bcnm ftirnltuie and ooplo YhoMi
who wete able to move wVc ufrdld
the whole homo would topple down on
tbtntjuhd they strucrglol frantically to
Ktit du
A Inm > wits overturned In the wreck
age and some of the tlmbeTi ciiUKht
lire OUern was Imminent danger that
tile minx would becumu utilize nnd roast
the Imntl one ptoiiln toduith but frtr
tunately name oC tin men kept their
heads Thro wns u barrel or asfies In
the yard of tho liiuto and thli VIH
I dumped Into the cellar and the flames I
4 mothered t
Mrs Smith was In one of the rear I
rtomi In the house when the Moor Rave
WUyt Kveml pieces of tmivy furnlrnre I
fell upon her nfle she Wl1I droppo
into the cellar Bho bus broken bones
r nd Internal Injuries I
PIANO DEALER MISSING
t
Ii
if P61lee kiil to Ionk fur Vllllnin
1 F Coikllii nf LMvlinrit
c Relatives In ithU oily mid Paterson
s N J have afked the police to search
for WlHlam V Conklln n welltodo
piano dealer ot Newbtirg N Y who
p Oia hem mlsilng for three weeks I
Ue J > roU ht Us wife and hoy to this
cHy three works iiso unit lift tiem with
roUUvesriiuirlne he would ibJ away on
huslners for n few dityn When ho did
not return ltwk < Ixnrned tlrtt he liad
Pnoto lIt wburg miido his will a lid left
anota HAvIng that ho would end 111111
u His coat nnd walMoont wore found on
the dock at Nnwburg but It U not
IhOight he haM killed himself Hit had
b nome financial trouble with a New York
piano hoilfi nnd U UioiKht to have
< worried orer It until his mind became
I unbtlanred
SELECTING MCARTHY JURY
IIII t rnrkitV Jrtend tu HP Trlril
i for I7 tnrtlon
The trial of Tim MHutliy tin friend
of Wilklnp Dclegalr Sam Iarkif for
extorting jvo from the Fnoliel AmlrnjvH
Cinstrnvtlon rnmpunt in sfttlliv a
strike on the Mirth i W VaniliiKton llullil
4 tnjr win continued tndiiv litforo UP
rord rnllrr Tlio worl of tixurjns a
jury Is now on
tW MAN IN BLACK
GUIDED THIEVES
a
SJood in Front of Store on
< Watch Police Learn While
Burglars Inside Picked Up
Costly Silks and Furs
n
A nijstfrioin wnnin III black figures
n the robbcn lit Soo vortli of Bilks
md fur from the stoio of Valtf
llonfort of No ZVil Ajlnntlo avcinu
1 34it New York whljli nai rcpurled to
iii police uf tho Ilbcrlv avenue bUt
a lon
lonMr
Mr Valtcri rpportcil to Cipt liar
klni that In iplte of Die fjct tuit tfv
a
cny ar lights wru blazlnc Jn tho Ctliri
i < l1d the Ut plate glisi nliulun fiioins
on the street alfonlnl a spleadld view
p of the Interior burglar hail broken
t Into the rour of the building and pried
IC pen CIKCS and boe
r The robbery us fan us can be learned
t i was directed by a woman dressid In
7 ic c black who sfooJ near Iho front of tho
r Ifro uud BaD lenuln to the burglar
a 3 of lie appruucli of pollco or watchmen
Thethl6vea entered a rear lniiow oC
t more wjilch nits protected by heW
lpnt barn These thfty jiwed pff and
1
theh1 pried open thc window with n
J 1 t jimmy All tho plunder WUH piutu > d out
b of the wlfulaw Thu pollco learned
I thrpiiEh liiiulrlCH that the merlllu <
R woman in black was ataiullng In front
g1L t of the store from an early hour la the
rooming until J Utnla Vnrther than
1 that tJit llarklnatf delcctlvea have
I y lIt nptIIJ
1l THREW PEPPER IN HIS EYES
J VjbfjK iVic Thlcim Halted Jcwelleri
j Jy c 1nii K qllll Fled I
l Pccctlvei are watching the pawn
fti feoifahd itarthlas for the U le veil who
Ytf t pight threw pepper In the yen
zaader Atrtiare a jeneller at 063
frctI iynUe 1 Brobklyn ftnd robbed
a f t y itt OI1tlnlfl yto trace
t iti 1htLyoEbeen found i
abmie wa putlag Jil > More In read
c T tJ < for the olhL when Jhi
rat rhey jnado a prefenn
ayy arid whfofcTefntoj
ivon tho counter the
I X hiod tha rtHKS arc
l1ir
r fi J A
Lb
Wf r
PAUL KELLY GANG
LfAOfR IN PRISON
Arrested for Beating an East
t Side SaloonKeeper He Tries
f in Vain to Deceive tim
i Police
Pmil Kelly organizer and lender ol
the notorious Paul Kelly inns was
nrrestfj this afternoon while enffagul
til tt lint fight lit Sixth ntrrct and Lila
Hdw ery
Urnrgc Hlncs n liquor dealer nl No
l Eat Nlnlletli treot nn the vic
tim He received n oevrn trouncing
with lieu 10 hlackuiod before Po
Iccmiin Oihlll broke through th crowd
sciarupd the moil nnd totted Krlls nfl
Id the KUM Fifth drooL station
lucre Kelly gave hiM namo as Frank
Iftrk and mid h < > WIUI a clerk livIng nt
No 47 Seventh utrcjt The police how
ever ircognlzed him as Paul Kelly
In the Vorkxllle Police Court Tvhvio
Kelly was taken It Wall raid ho was too
drunk < o bo arraigned until tomorrow
Policeman C hlll who waS a football
plapei on the Ue Ia 8all Institute
ele IIllI1ld lie had had a hard light
with Keljy h for < he mibdlied him
Kelly attacked him tlclounly and rahlll
wnll compelled to draw his revolver ill
fore the notorious tough would sub
RUSSIA DENIES WAR MOVES
Irrlnr n liiiniiene nod liln < Ar lie
liorti Werr > rnl Out for KRcPl
ST PITTRnSDITlin Nov 23The
1t1lrall < J government has no ofllcUl
ronfirAintlon i > f the Toklo report sent t < >
1 i HI Ill i olnclrtl nneiiry hire Jfi > lng tluil
ipiinic warxllli > x liixl been despnlihcd
I j PoiMit the Kuvilin nr tciielii
CK rcvlch and Hnyan Jrom reaching
Port Arthur to Join the Humlan Mind
n > n there nhe Oovernment hero wiiya
the latest uiUUCd Indliite no hitch Id
On1 MKiftfatliAiH ill okln uiul jiv
foil tires thi nnort IIK Iniredlble the
whole tenor or the Oovermncnt In
fnrmallon In pacIIU Tho Ailmlralty siyi <
ho < llutlnn licet N Ilulell iinehoiiil at
Port Arthur
Thn liiiwirin Iorejgii OHIcri fcuiinalr
1nl Did ira C huie tern iDenpitcliun fill
nrnln3 the wnrllki ctlvliy wf < hllm
fro rat out for effoot In CiiKUiul nnd
ho nltol Stnteii
BEAUTY BURNED TO DEATH
A lllni Mini leen Vnlril Ilir Hniiil
onieKt IViimnii In United Hinted
Mtnrjmnsucno Train NOV 25
Met fill is Urackln who as Miss May
Belle lretiry was a few yearn ago
ironiiunced the mINI beautiful woman
In America its the re ult nf a New
Varl newspaper contpst WHU burned
III Icath here Jiiilny
The Uritoklln re 111111 tns being reo
molelled tho family oecnp > lng a cot
Will nearby Workmen discovered the
names but wire tinmuveMtul Jn their
attempts tn exttiKliUh them iinil lllrn
ilruiklln witfi < rennitr > lutfore nlu csiilil
be fctoued It li thought her clothing I
oaiigllt Uro froni tn opov fmtr I
co
YALE STUDENTS ACCUSED
NKVV IIAVI3N Conn ox 2J rol
nnliiR up Un rimpilfrn npilnit fo > thnM
ticket eppoulrUldii the Yale Dully Newx
InII piibll lip a list nt t Mti for thc
YdlvlliiMrtnl Axvtliill goals found In
thin liuiKl nf HpoiuUlon In IIoHton with
I Im 11a tarts of peixms III nliom t tie aeit
were illlOUll
A lnxin names ire given iimonjfjlipli
vliiic those nf HtmlMits In virloiiH < 1 < >
pTrttiunts of tim imlvcrilts anil two
glut In Hex One of I he tuiliitn m iN
lonft l l < < a nifinlivr of < t 10 fn > lUall siii ul
The statement nUn erye tint rt flirt or
th > ill ttnuMil < It wcalrt lit tlu Ilirjr
< ros1 < foillrill IPIIH wuta fonml Ni npcn
latniH hniHlK It III nnnounrfst that
other rn < ci arc licliiR InvrxtlKiteif ami
Unit Ihn A KI > iclatlon finn e to mlle fur
thpr roprt Oil the matter Hlmrlly
GIRL ATTACKED BY THIEF
AND BEATEN SENSELESS
Gashed with a Qhisel as She Fought Thug
Who After Striking Her Down Escaped
with 400Struggle in Office
TOSION No 25A man who calM
Lit llii olUo of the lUiRtou Note Urok
erise ComiAii hero toda y to Inquire
xbout JBnkliiB a loan iltackid Mlin
tllllun II dion tho stenographer with
a cjilre causing serlolis wounds lie
stnifk the jouns wuman repeatedly on
the head InnictliiR scalp wounds end
MILLIONAIRE MUST
PAV COOK DAMAGES
I
A White Phallic Jury which tried the
suit lit Mls Annie Cornell who de
manded 1500 damages from Now bury
D iwton mllllonalro yachtsmen club
mall and society leader of New Iloohcllc
nlltlllI that he threw her out of the
back door of hli villa on Davenports
Neck on the Sound when she called for
J III witRvs IJho claimed ns due brought
In a coaled verdict today giving Minn
Cornell JIOO
Through former Corporation Counsel
M J Tlcrnoy of New Ilochcllfc Mla
Cornell nltejrcd that she was employed
I a cook by Mric Lawton at 115 u
I month Bhq swore silo only worked
tcntyno days and was then die
churgcd Sho said sho was Riven J20
and Mrs Lawton refused to pay her the
balance
She testlfled that when she called for
the balance of tfiomoney Mr Lawton
t came at her I Ito a wild animal anti
lifting beroJrQ choir hurled her
throwih this back door
Mr7TEaTrton denied the charge vlgPr
I ouiv 1 t iixil urea ill HIM rrvunu
I testlfyjthnt he ola riot touch het Mr
LAW tan throughJudito Hall this morn
Ing mttdo anappllctltlon to < ot aildo tbq
Verdict on the ground that It I excea
I eWe and IudCc Ilitt said hi would
hear him on Saturday f
p C
ODELL HE E IS
NOW TIE LEADER
TE
The Governor stop Over on His
Way from Washington and
Declares He Will Undertake
Party Management
WILL START AT ONCE THE
REORGANIZATION WORK
Platt He Says Will Always Be
the Leader butNew
York Strong for Roosevelts
Renomination
G1 Odtll stopped In the oily a few
hour toflav an he returned from Wash
ington to Albany to confirm the report
that ho Is the State Republican leader
While the Oovrrnor was holding a re
reDlIon nt the Rennbllcan Club which
Ill attended by Police Commissioner
Crwre Mr Iaiiterbach and other local
liiirrs he saw A Kvenlng World reo
lo Me r
oai In very well satisfied with my
visit to Wftahlngton he said The
atmoophiro hero has been quite clari
fied the Oovrrnor smiled tnuI a con
tented expression spread over his face
hi Senator Platt down nnd out for
001
goodWell thats rather strong Isnt It
I should say that 1 shall be nfore active
lucre lhll I have at any time slncn I
resigned tho Clmlrmiuinhlii of the State
Committee
IMnU Alirityl Lrnrtrf1
I Senator Plait still leader
Tin cii3v nor laughed heartily at this
question Then he thought In silence
for l moment and rrpllod
Senator Jlatt will always bo re
gnrJrd as the leader pause and It Is
right that he should be BO regarded
Old President Roosevelt ask you If
you were for or ngulnst him as he has
brcrt nsklnc other State loaders
Ho did no iuk mo that There Wi
no occasion for such a question lie
knows that I am for him and that New
York ls for him
a lu you oonslder New York t be the
tilt tutli Htuto In the National Republican
Convention 7
led but some people do not think so
1 doDo
Do you consider New York City as
the plvotul city In the State
Not necessarily but the Oovoinors
mil lacked the conlldenue which hit
oilIer answers implied
1 shall devote much ot my time to
the situation In this city mild Joy
Odell ° hue will be much Active work
done herb front now on The orlall
lion will be Improved and I have Ideas
along that linn that will b put Into
effect 1 call not go Into Metnlm of my
pUns They aro crl llku war plans
onrenU DctnlU of Plaits
Will you oust the local district Irail
ers holding Fo herai positions and who
have bern Itmcllvo1
1 have neyer nuked district leaders
to get out on that excuse hut I have
my own methods for Improving her
gaoliatlnn
City Will Commltteof there bo I now chairman of the
Well Unit Is another detail I cannot
lilk nbniit
The appointment of a new chairman
for the City Committee Is mild to be one
of the nrst things tho Governor will In
sist on
Thn Governor nalcl hn WU certain that
Senator llannii nan for Itouscvelt that
there could be no doubt of I
I shall lv III tile city freqiienuy from
nm un hi said I will have tnuoh
wnTIcileri of nT ntul New York I will see much
1 linornnr left on an afternoon
train for Albany
ItctrnlnJ her fare and hands I is
Qro i k In n critical condition nt 1
hopitsi Ho then oscnued with JIO
after ran acdlg tim office
The stenographer was defenseless but
managed to break u tnJov and scream
for help and 1 pollcomtui and tho Jan
itor of tlio Villdlng reiponded The man I
had 4soaptil by areustiilrway
MILLIONAIRE GETS
S A HOLDUP LETTER I
itflal to Tin Rttnlnr World 1
WMIMINOTON Del Nov S5Col
aniQJi C MoComb the Claymont mill
ionaire has been notlllcxl by letter that
unless ho gives up WOOD to the writer
throtiKli John Veal 1 neighbor he will
bo shot dead
The missive rfcthfd tvhleli I I from
an unknown iiuortrr nays that tho
mono mUst ba In 3i gold pieces atn
len to Veal by next Saturday and hy
him to two strangers who would meet
him on Concord pike
Col McComu Is line of tho lending men
In this section and went ball fO the
auuipeat nrrtsted last
IUHPJt Imllt July In connection
wlbh the lynching of Oeorg While
Cot Mcgomb sajs Jio is naturally
alarmed I lie cannot undettaid the
undil1d
relon ofncl a demand III goes
armed ant 4s ready for attack 11 gs
Veal IH much worried ns ho Is thrall
erie with eIU Ifhie rttusuato dChiytt
I
the 011 rWI lvN
THREE KILLED IN EPLQ8oN
nifMWt y Va Nol 25Jam s
Brawn ot Ixmatdnlng rdan John I
dsntver and Jweph B rna ikr Polse
were kll ed and wclv men wire li
lured InUifMcptMtohln the fceilt ry
Coal Wine near here today
1 i
MRS HARRIET HUB HARD AVER WB6
IS DEAD AFTER ItRIEFILLNESS
KAISER MUST GIVf
HIS THROATCARf
I
Physicians While Giving Warn
ing R port Wound Healing
and Say Massage of Larynx
Is Resorted To for Voice
LESSONS FOR THE PATIENT
Official Bulletin Issued ToDay Say
German Monarch Will Be Fuly
Restored In Tw Weeks Ameri
can Doctor Course Considered
1IBRLIN Nov KUmperor William
has chillifUl Ills voice modulating It
s ns to reduce tlm pnMjwiry op the
uoil IlmrdB Un nov HycaiiNljia KOtne
what lo Mr pltoh lilavultoraiir rexo
HiHlnqrvuiLjliNt the cuyltlen tlio mouth
or iiilnit a musical phrase ngnlnnl tin
mnsk Hr his not yet trained himself
Fully nnd ho may take the service of >
a teacher BO th it lie can npply correct
I y the motliixl taught In voice culture
His throat unoclallita have explained fo
I lin the theory of voice production
which ho hal practiced with considerable
I
siw c 1 t I
Thfl Umperors ndvl cr have accepted
the llimrj of Dr I llolVrook Cur
York has been made I
tlt of New lalu
familiar tu the lcrmun phjxluUns by
Prof I Kiiiuto tlm throat Hjicclnllst
who altemle tho Into Kmperor Fred
erick Pr fcteor Krause believes that
several thioit dlscnstw can bu obI ed
ami In some Instances cured by using
tip viio iclentlllonllj I
rite official annouiiiement that the
Emperor hud begun u course of voice I
ciiltii q wall 6ontnlned ki the following
bulletin tcstied at noon
bulollD Ill1m
NIJW PAllACU Potrdim Nov M
The Kiirglijil wowidon the left ocil
chord tins bivin stirred over since Nov
It Hli MiJetJ IhfiSijiporor and King
will still ioqulre Icnlcful uie of Ma
voice for a considerable time until tio
soar his hecomo siifllclontlj llrrii
Ills Majifity now undergoing Iliac
atC treatment of tutu lauiix along
withjolco pxcixlins Ills Miijcaljproh
ably wIll rcoxei the entire uscof Ins
qlce ft I hnL few weeks
Thl Ws sldlicil Von mthold
Schmldtand llberK
Prof MortU SilimliM who operittl
ton tlK1 KntHriirjlmh been mmle n il IT
counulllnr hllh tliotitle of Jlxoelleni
In reqP4liltIOtl if IUs shill all tho Urn
priors iiipld recovery
LAWYER FIGHTs FOR NURSE I
Ilrclnrc that Mrn Mary Miller I
tiring Corrcril
lvatihuppaIynn LOinifiol for Ir Mniy
illlkr thi > nurco who os nrrcitod at
the residence lie Or kiamils GrayDllnti
In VsL lDIs e inth street last Sun
lay niul who hnH been Imitated look
the first step todnv to pnucnt the
DlRtHet AtturnryH oitlco from attompt
ng to extort 1 oufeclon from hip
client regarding Dr Hllimn methods m
counKrl ixmtfnilH unujd be dpno
had
KxJmlRO Inn saul that lie
knmvn that lncu jenterday when Mrs
Mlllor waa phuod IIPrlrwhel three
llr
or four nttcmptii had toecn made to get
a oonfcoHlon from her p
SHIPPING NEWS
tEWS
IORT OP JfRV YORK
Irinttse Irou iii H 100
Jack unvllli
Apache > > K >
Comivnchf JorkaonMle
Jlrkonllo
m VII < Oalvtiton
mbanlla r v Oenoa
N ckar Im n
Afrlcnn Prlnco Bhl ld
Mohican < h tl
INCOMING STRAMSinPS
DUE TODAY
Cltt dl N Sli 1 > rtn lalrtnt
CI G ri Br Oonoa
Fontikbfllf llfrniuJiv Llandaff city
Murhitali AlCiert
rwan
leflter Onl > e ton Trebla Qlbrnltur
> ouTgtclci STEAMSHIPS
BAILED TOUAY I
teutonic Uitnwfl Jrotcui New Orleans
SUiUndam lloturjani Jeffrsn Nortol
lIaygiAItAvJk Oitir 1I < dtiintuip
call ptatll f S t
A Onnmut ctl G r for Ille i
Itching litlnd n dln or Vrolrudliu
dlrrIlrI
Tiles Ynur Onnnlut will rrrunr lunacy It
tMo 01NTMKN1V < l to cure TUU Inot
lat
f c
I HARRIETHUBBARD
AVER DIED TODAY
Foremost Woman Newspaper
Writer jof America Succumbed
to Pneumonia After an Illness
of but a Few Days
4
MANY YEARS ON THE WORLD
Bcn to Affluence She Came to Know
What overty Meant but gravely
Fought Her Way to a Noted Suc
cess I
Mrn Harriet lrubbarAyer the ft > f
most nnvspaper woman of America
dledjrom pneumonia this morning after
less illl a wecka Illncan
IM Ayrrp leer wria1 brilliant and
stands forth as a wonderful Instance of
rCII lnbnle
what one brava womuu can a4omphlsh
unaided and even handicapped by clr
cmnstiuices
Uoni of an old Colonial family site
married Herbert Ajer 0 Chicago Iron
magnate
Mrs Ayer rjaa a prominent figure In
Chicagos most exclusive Bet up tq the
time thot her Jiusbnndn great bnslnew
suddenly collapsed Ills health nip
failed ami the young society quern
middanly found hemelf penniless and
burdened with the support of at Invalid
husband ami the education of tvo
daughter I
Where a less courageous nomnn would
have abandoned the struggle and aUto
CII
back on 111r relatives for support Mrs
Ayer pluoklly took no the treble re
spnnrlblllly t
Nurtured In affluence she ot course
had no trade or profreclon on which to
rely Hut her artistic Instincts were
unusually developed and to thwo she
turned for a livelihood She obtained
the position of buyer for on art And
bricabrac concern and bv her tasteful
rclectlniiR no Improved the business that
promotion was speed
Site AVIUrneil Itrr Flclll
Next sho became Interested In the
cutely of cosmetIcs nn I made herself no
proficient In every branch of this com
plicated miranlt that her nanle specdllj
liecume a household wont ill her au
thority on all matters iippcitaliilng to
liovity anti hcilh vhs quoted ns u
tlniil louit of appeal
About seven > III ngo Mrs Ay if
joined Tile World shat sneo plici htr
already furci chloB famo hat become
worldwide
It Is iia a woman rather than as a
v rlUr that Mrs Ayer will be most
deeply mourned Those who nereprlV
llegtd to know her best can scarcely
euugo the full extent of her charltlofi
Tho timid applicant for work tho
norldworn object > f clmilty the friend
In hurt luck all those lll her aJi
ever rfl Ty listener and helper v
Alnnyi a niT Woman
Sio nan onq ut the busiest vomcn i
I lie newspaper world i yit netr too
buoy to lay itsldo Work nnd all oUr
Interests In order to counstl or assist
those who came to her for aid
lose netdom that one woman line so
thoroughly commanded the ivepoct and
admiration ot the ixudlnc public anl
vei as the love veneration and friend
ship of nil who came within the wide
nul lua of hor porsonal Influence
Tor her to hear of a case of need wait
to rellcxctlt It mattered not whether Its
object were a friend 01 a total stranger
The biiive Kavety of her manner her
tinfitllliiK wit ami chcvrfulnnis maskkil
11
her own sorrows and worries which
were ninny yet mado her an ever esger
fjmpallilirr with the trouble of others
Mrs Aer will not 101 bo frtrgotton
by tlifi thousands of readers who hmo
bfnrntixl by her odvtce She can never
lb foircotton l YUlofLwbob this In
ffltlmablo honor to ftaltn her as their
friend tJOr
SULTAN ACCEPTS TERMS
Agrees o Macedonia but 1Vn < M
tn isc itis nenpeet
CONSTANTirtoPLW nov 25The
and tusln Ambasnadora h
uslrlanall a JI don here
have received the reply oftba Porte to
Uio Macedonln reform propooU ot tlio
wes accepting In prlnolpU all tea I
ulno polntaof tha rffonm chen
ht sOceotance U tluahiPed wlh the
reservation that In the A pleatlon of the
rfonm sch ma everything oaJouldledito
htfailllate Turkey elvall be avqlded Site
MIIe tl lte
TiirWBh reply vui producrd a goad Imi
Itrcselon in ifiplofnaUc ct ele I
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tOE LCY WINS
IN LEGAL BOUT
Suit of PoolRoom Keeper
Agent to Recover Money Lost
to a Bookmaker Is Ordered
Put on Trial
DECISION OF LOWER
COURT IS REVERSED
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In Effect This Decision IsBe
I lieved to Put the Bettors at
the Track in a Position Where
°
They Cannot Lose
Victory 4 awarded t Pole De Lacy
and his friends In the long fight be
tween the poolroom men and the race
track association In the decision of the
Appellate Term ot the Supreme Court
toclny reer lng the decision of Jus
tire Murray of the Tenih District
Curl dismissing the suit of Raymond
P Moulton against William J Torple
the bookmaker on the Morris Park
race track to rectnqr money he lost on
the ponies
Do Loncey Nlcoll In behalf of Torple
contended that as Moulton went to the
rack for the express purpose of betting
and losing nnd tlen suing for the money I
lost lie wns I party to the offense for
which the COIl provides a forfeiture
and could not recover
Justice Murray Indorsed this view and
dismissed the complaint
Presiding Justice Frlrdmnn and Jus
tice MactTrftin delUcrtd in
tc Iacrn opinions
which Justice Gliclprseee
JUtee concurred
reversing this and ordering a new trial
This was one of many cases Injtlgatert
by Peter Do Lacy through Benjamin
Itclnhardt under various phases of the
law making U u criminal offeuaa to make
a book In I poolroom and only a mat
I er for n civil milt to recover tho money
If the hook Is mid on race track
In characteristic language Justice
Maclean sayti the case against the
ag311t
Vcstchester Racing AssocIation was
ustinably dismissed but that Justice
Murray might have justly directed a
rerdlct against Bookmaker Potpie as
It was soon proved and after a little
skirmishing conceded that Moulton bet
with Torple on Squid paid his money
and lost the bet In another case the
decision was that If tho bet was made
a the agent of Peter Do Lacy then
De Lacy should have brought the ac
lion That question was the sole excuse
nth cue for aubmlttuig U to the jury
I was not proven I
Testimony must be taken to meAn
ptnotlitng MoultonAna De Lacy me
he forva r borrowed from the flutter
tOJ brrwN
Part of > the money bet wfluw > bor
sowed form Do Lucy butlit w ia
MoUlton8 money
It Was charged upon contention
vehemently voiced in argument and
voluminously expanded 10 the brief
that a person may not join In the com
a
tat of a wrongs suffer and claim
ompensutlon wrong whom ho has
misled This Is error
The decision in effect gives license to
ha poolroom men to loan out their
bntik rolls to responsIble friends to go
o tht race track for 0 regular carnival
oC suro things
thing
They bet their bank rolls with the
bookmakers When they win they
pocket the winnings When they lose
the come book t6 town aunt sue for a
forfeiture to them of what the lost
hull th Special Term BOYS by tliM do
Islon that they win hands down
MR JEROME SAYS TURKEY
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nlntrlrt4 ornvr Invite Score of
Frlcnilx In Front
IJstrlctAUornny Jerono will carve
tim biggest and fattest turkey ever
tine4 on this Lakcvllle ranch which
tpresentJi In the troublous political
of the DlstrlctAt
tImes the refuge DI81rlelAt
articy
Twenty and morn of Joromo par
Icular friend will make up the houno
irty nt the Qonnwitlcut summer home
hoy will leave Now York this after
noon Among tho Ritests are CVmmU
lon < r of Health cOorle most oftt
eromeg ttaff and sovornl outsiders
coating I within the class of friends
MRS CARTER pEPENDANT
Admitted In Zuan Malt nt Grcnmlt
KntnlKt Ilelnncn
Jlistiro Scott today iiilmltted Mrs
cnllo artr IIH a defendant In tIO
njiinctlon proceeding brought by Ilnifl
Qrofcslt against David 13 laaco and
Charles Prohmait to atop the pro duet
Ion of Kaza at lloli oo > theatre
t Mrs Carter Isln tho case now but i
she 1ai not been norveJ with papers I
In the suit Itself wld riNlcollThl
hearing waa adjourned until Friday
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THE DIFFERENCE
Coffer Usually Means Slokiiem but
rOBtu0h Mcnui Health brt I
Those who have nevqr tried the ex
erlmeril of Ibavlng off coffee and
drInking roatum In Its place and in
this way rog inlngIiealth and happl
neon can learn much from tho experIence
nce of others who have made tho
trial hiwepae
One who knows aayn I drank
oft 06 for breakfast every morning
ntil I had terrible attacks of ludl
restlon producing days of discomfort
nod nights at sleeplessness I tried
to give up the use of cotton entirely
but found It hard to go from hot cot
fe to a Klaus of water Then I flied
ofitum Pood CoftcQ
Itwa god and the effect was so
pleasant that I soon learned to love U
nd have used il for several ycara f
Improved Immediately after r left oft
coffee and took on Postum and am
now entirely cured of my Indlgestltyi
and other troubles all of which were
ue t coffee I am nqw w lAnd
contnted and all because changed
front cofteo to Postum
frncOreoo much easier to make i
right every time than coffee for It Is
o PYCIt and always reliable Wo
never u 9 coffee nay In our family
We use Postum and a always well
Name given br Po tnm Ca Battle
Crook MleK
Theroa reason and It Is proved
byi 1
LooklA eachi > ae1ccgo for n copy of
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REBELS RULE IN
SANTO UOMICO
United States May Have
Trouble with Jiminez Govern
ment Because Demand for
Settlement of Claims
MADE AGREEMENT WITH
EXILED ADMINISTRATION
Surrender of Capital Follows
Long Siege and W0s y Gi
Flees to a German Warship
Off Coast
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SANTO DOMINGO Nor SWith the
5jlh
new revolutionary government of Jlml
nez In power and rte deposed President
Vhs y Oil an exile on I German war
shIp I clash with the United Stales
may soon come about
The American Government 8 re
cently notified by the revolutionists that
they would not recognize any agree
ments subsequently made with the Wos
1 all administration Despite this Mr I
Powell the Charge dAffalrrs later
mode an agreement with Wos y Gil for
the settlement of the claims of tho
Santo Domingo Improvement Company
which the revolutionists have opposed
1 Is now declared hero that It Is the
mrpose of tlio Washington Government
to require the revolutionary government
10 carry out the agreements of the Woe
v Gil administration What tho outcome
vlll be can only be guessed
The Government defended the city two
weeks before surrendering
All the consulate with tho exception
of that of the1 United StaVs are strong
ly guarded
President Woe y Gil had offered to re
sign If the Insurgents would put the gov
ernment In the hands of four Cabinet
officers Ills offer was rejected The
Hnernmtit was In llnanclal straits and
had to glvo up the struggle
MISS SCOVEL MARRIED
Oiro Ilcllirtons Ceremonies for the
nrlile of Count PnUbrlcottl
FLORENCE Italy Nov 25The reo
glous marriage of tiss Cornelia Roose
velt Bcqvel to Count Arturo Fabbrlcottl
occurred hero today The best man was
Frederick Scovel and the bridesmaid
was MUs Sartoris qrant Soovel reapec
Ively the brother and eljterlnlaw of
the bride
Doth the Catholic and Protestant cere
monies were performed < 1 Duke Leone
fltrozjl the Deputy IMnyor ws pres
ent Tho civil ceremony lena performed
yesterday i
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