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PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2i 1903 PRICE ONE CENT 1
l6 HTl 13500
I i GARDNER 549500
i FUR NIGHTS WURK
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Eastern Fight Followers at Ringside
Who Once Saw Gardner Show White
Feather in Contest with Jimmy
Handler Say He Turned Craven in
I Last Nights Fight
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I LOWELL MAN WENT TO THE
> > ri FLOOR WITHOUT BEING HIT
Clinched Fitz Around Hips as If Afraid
of His Life Tom ORourke Once
I Left His Corner Because He Was
Ashamed of Cowardice Shown by
ti Gardner
ic SAN FRANCISCO Cal Nov 26 Thegross gate receipts atlast
I nights battle between Hit7sjinons and Gardner were about 30000
t J They fought for 60 per cent of the gate which amounts to 18000
r This gives Filc for winning S135oo
l t Gardners losing end is 54500
i t There is a weldef ned and outspoken impression here today among
t light loiiowers mat the very poor bniming Gardner made against Fitzsim
f Snons wits due to nothing more or less than cowardice
I I After the fourth anififtlurounds when old man Fitzhurt himso
l terribly Gardner fought in a decidedly chickenhearted and halffrightened
It odeath manner
Several times he dropped to the floor without being hit his leads
vere sent over as if ne was afraid to get within a mile of Fitzs flying
> lists and time and again he rushed in and clinched Fit about the hips
f and hung on as if in fear of his life
Were Gardners record as to cowardice clean no such charge could oe
brought against him but the night that he quit so badly in a fight in
Brooklyn N Y1 with Jimmy Handler that his then manager Tom
ORourke left his corner in disgust is still fresh in the minds of the
f Eastern sports who were at the ringside last night
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YOUNG CORBEIT TELLS
STORY OF THE BATTLE
BY YOUNG CORBETT
WORLDS FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION
MECHANICS PAVILION SAN FRANCISCO Nov 26Old
I1n Man Fitzsimmons the eighth wonder of the world went twenty rounds
here before the Yosemite Athletic Club last night and took a decision and
c a title away from muchtouted Light HeavyWeight Champion of the
World George Gardner of Lowell Mass
l It was a disappointing fight and brought out the following three
T points very plainly
That Gardner has been very much overrated
That the Fitzsimmons punch has taken to
t the tall grass
That Old flan Fitzis a myth barring the
loss of his punch < hes younger than ever
Gardners youth and strength and much vaunted cleverness were
I lot in lie vrjods before the ring generalship the blokiiig and stalling I
1 and bacliirig < nd filling of Foxy Grandpa Fitz I
d Kelereefeddle drancys decision was the nly o possible
Mypreclictions in yesterdays Evening World
when I said Fitz was a sure winner were veri
fied Fitz won and won on the bit all the way I
v The wise money that forced the odds against tlw old man from
tin to six back tb ten to nine turner out to be foolish monev Gard
ners followers looked as wife as a tree full of owls all dayyesterday
afer it was all over you couldnt find a Gardner men in Frisco with a I
warrant I
search w rran
K v FiGHT GOOD AT TIMES
V8 While it was not a good fight I cannot say that it was really a
I t < very nan one n was uiiiium at times full of dash and vim and Igo and
old Bob waded in with all his old spirit
While I looked t se Fitz
Ip see knock the Lowell man outGardner was
I 1 the realil apiint 11eIHoftJle battle
HCwas 1t cl verliis blowslackea force rJ ls footwork wasba his
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CARBUNCLE WINS AGAIN
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QUAKERS BEAT CORNELL
i CAPT URESLONC
DISTANCE EVENT
Old Horse Trails in Feature
Race at Bennings Then
Comes Fast in the Stretch
and Gets Money
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20 TO 1 SHOT TOTNESS
WINS OPENING RACE
Great Crowd Turns Out at
Washington for Holiday Rac
ing Locket Suddenly Wins
at Odds of 10 to 1
THE WINNERS
FIRST RACETotneu 20 to 1 1
Nlikayuna 4 to 1 2 Bronx 3
SECOND RACE Locket 10 to 1
1 Our Nugget 3 to 1 2 Erne 3
THIRD RACEConover 7 to 2 1
Billy Ray 17 to 10 2 Red Hawk i
FOURTH RACE Carbuncle even
1 Rough Rider 50 to 1 2 Circus 3
FIFTH RACE Gaicar 3 to 1
1 Mowellton Chief 5 to 1 2 Wool
gatherer 3
SIXTH RACE Conkllng 5 to 2 1
Lavish 9 to 5 2 Prince Salm Balm 3
OEVENTH RACE rScortlo 6 to 1
1 Flora 16 tof 2 Nine Spot 3
HACK TRCt lIE NIOGS D C
Nov 26The banner crowd ot the meet
ing came but to the course this after
con and there was much crumbling
oer the Increased nrloe of admlHslon
Thc crowd came In lust tlie lI ame flKtir
I rr possibly on getting even In the bet
Ire ring
Tlie card was falrlv good In < pot the
V nshliiKton Cup a race at two miles
find a Quarter helm the feature There
niis a rood field
1ahlngo1nli are very fond ot
1plechlUlnl and Iwo of these rncos
10 nut on thn nroRramme There
were seven races In nil
Thn weather wan cold but clear nnd
ttr tiack In eoort shape
FinmrRACR
nr lurlonst
Tlftllnr
KtiirlFr a hl ItKliit Itlfrin Plr PI
Totiin in Wondrln S 1Mlrn 20 S
1kuna1I Mlchml S 2 S4 4 T1
llronr 10 > Hour 11 1 SO H
oniwlla 1WI Itpdffrn in 11 I lliiu nn
HetlniHti Hill Creamer 2 2i 12 R
fsnntx HO nolton I n n in 4
TM 101 Miles 7 7 7 IB n
Southampton IOI > Caltill h M MI I
FUII fiirtl 100 Kelll IS ft II I II
Konioinbo 10H llllrlrn n in in III I
Hue Iturk IXJ nrennia 1 It 3W1 no
H rs nm g
t
locklnnd 100 MeFVlni 12 12 inc 441
rnTiiore inn imib i u M NoIOO
on niM > it > urn ixirrlH it M m I I
IElh 101 make n 15 in 40 I
ts 1114 lOP Wilrh II 10 It un lit
Start good TVoty drtUn Tlm103 I
Iledman broke In front but was out
run by Nlfkayuna and Totness who
acedheaJ and head to too stretch fol
towed by rironx and Redmn In the
run home Totnees outgame Niskayuni
ltld Ion n rood race by half a length
Vlskayuna was threequarter of n
I ngth In front of Bronx
SECOND UACR
HMen furioniit
nailer whtp lock HIHIf Fin Rttln fltr VI
lorkli 104 Ollrin 7 II JIll 10 4
Our 1IotIOO Mlrhln s 2 8 s > i I
Knur HIJ Wllkrrxon 111 4 18 C A2
flIt 101 Treulil > t n 4 s n
larrlidn lOll Hiako 11 8 i 20 s
nt nick IIIB Holriinn II i R v 11
tar ftdanMIOI inrn 77 2
MaryWorlh 100 rx > 7a 2 i K vn 8
iprnVaniainn Irhr S n II s 1
1otS r < > 0 R Wnlih I in in tin 40
Wr1nef IWI 1 I I
lark Planft 114 Truant If II rn in
Illtlc IMlnnIlfi Mfnilf 4 12 12 Ml SO
nn 1r m it I
cnmot 110 lillr ali i II ir c
lhteI m Hr nnnn 11 II M y < 12
HI KM > r 101 lljrr 12 11 li n 1 i
iicelo Ioa ncim > niin m in vi v
start poor Won ilrlln TlniK Liit tr
Ticket who llnljlicl a ill Kiacciil
hat when hQ lat inn hail nothing but
liccd todiy Cjlnif to HIP fiont nt the
tiirt he led ill tio way and won ea llj
v iwf > Ipnelhs from Our lIlllel who
beat Hnue half n lenRth for the pict I
ThIRD IMCK
St iilfchr about to ohJ a halt mil
I II
martrn vihta leek stHlWIn
finovi inn Mr Hxiea I 2 t4 7 j
Ulllj Ra > no MrKV 1 I ai iriu aA
rtd Hawk IS1MrK 4 l 3 2 i 1
n n Pack 1S5
Mr Mollon 2 X I r1I N T
lnip rlall t 1fl157r Ktr 1 wi 841 ns
Snrt cood Won ally lhner20
Ilfd Hank IUI out the pre In tile
Ufual fashion wjth Connover trallln
him The latter went to the front hi f
a nile from home nnd won cull hv
alx lengths from Ullly Iluj who beit
ned Hawkflftecn length for the tilavi
imperlallat nnd It II Sack fell
FOURTH RACK
TaO and n aUari > r mile
BuuHrt whl lock BtHlfsKJn mrll
rarbunclf J14 itMftm 2 n i i la
HcAiah Itldfr 1U7 CVmer r I J IKI lig
CIMMII 110 Ilurni r 1 > ut 4910
lavlola 04 fajlahan n n 4 23 s
8li t1ff Hell IW Fulltr 4 II 1 lTs 34
Slartj txxlWon j anllv Time 123
AH waked for the flirt mile and a
liMf Sheriff Hell showing the way ami
iJarJjuncl irnllln In the laat half
< 3avJon facad to the front and ahowfd
thBVwM to the stretch Tht move waa
made too t > bn for In the > stretch Ihe
dlttay rid Carbuncle went to the
t 41wInrtJnx bY thrst lenxthi
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18 SPECIAL EXTRA
I THREW BABES <
AND HIMSELF
UNDER TRAIN
BERLIN Nov 26ln the presence of hundreds of persons
Thomas Markiewiecz a young tailor threw his two little chil
dren on the rails before an approaching train at a suburban
station at midnght and leaped after them
All three were killed Markewieozs died on Monday
which is suposed lo have led to the tragedy
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LATE WINNERS AT NEW ORLEANS
Third Race Sarah Maxim 1 Ponca Hickory Corners 3
Fourth RaceIrene Lindsay 1 Big Ben Duelists
Fifth RaceCharlie Thompson Lew DOrsey Ben Ciance
AT1ATONIA
Fifth RaceProof Reader 1 Ocean Dream 2 Autumn Leaves
Sixth RaceAthena 1 Anna Hastings 2 Harfang 3
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FOOTBALL RESULTS
At WashingtonLehigh 12 Georgetown 6
At Watertown N Watertown 22 Bucknell 6
At Hanoven N H Dartmouth 62 Brown 0
At Easton Dickinson 30 Lafayette V
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from Rough Rider who wau two lencth
In front of Crcu
FIFTH HACK
8teplchae8 about three mile
Bttlfll
Kurtrnr wht Jock 8tltlfrirv sir PI
Uicur 133 Ho W 4 3U Ii a 1
Mn Clilffnl Mr Taylor 1 in g i 61
Vool athr lK OfrT C o I t TV
llluiJ M7 MrHp nc r 0 Ii 4 111 i
iI WI 1a M
ihMol dOrKI Wlvill 2 4 S SO
MunllUn 14l lUdrock I 2I tr 11 1
mart oo1 Won driVing Thnr 4 21
Maniran led tor two mlle and ther
fell Mnrrcllton Chief then allowed tti
waY to the utrelcli where Ouncar claxed
very fait getting lJTIn the last six
teenth and winning by a length from
Morrelton Chief who beat Woolsatherct
two lengths for the place
SIXTH RACE
seven furlonc >
IlfUlnc
filan r > whtf lock BtHlf Fin Sir PI
CnnMInc 111 Ilixlttrn A 1 > I I r 2 I
Iadv laM li1Gi > Vonls 9 4 2 tia 4r
IlHxlm Snlmll Ifirn 7 14 3 4 81
Mnhlrnn IIJ Hoar N 1 4 24 5
Klrrtlr urn IlmuVIII in Jo r 1111 411
lotl < atr lOT Triub 4 10 II 2i > 8
Ilarrnre 107 alh 1 rt 7 W IS
Iiiwi r HO hillier 2 s x Ion 111
hrript lot Ilurton 14 1J II 100 ID
Mln HhxIorklOTMelllaM t III 40 Ii
Mi > r II llivnnant 3 2 > 11 IS it
Palm itooii148 Kckni n 14 12 52 4r
natho fn tin IJOfrlS 13 13 in II
clllrr lol Ollrlrn 13 It 14 VI 10
111 Orarr lin Illnkc 12 IS tt 12 1
f tort fair Won cltfrl TlnlI3n
lx > rlcntP pill nut the pace followed bv
Sneer ConkHnu and Iady Tlili they
held tlil orilei to the otretcli Where
tnnkllnc wnt to the front end stayed
thre lnnlnc cleprl liv two lemthf
from Iadv Iivl li who was Kircc
lengths In front of TYInre 9ilm Snlm
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NEW ORLEANS OPENS
WITH GOOD CARD
THE WINNERS
FIRST RACEGregor K 1 to 3
lt Mauser 10 t01 2 Falernlan 3
SECOND RACE Foreilght lito
1 1 Exclamation 7 fo 2 2 J P
Mayberry 3
Special to The Kxfnlni World
HACK TJlVCK NKW OIIIEAN3
Nov 2LThe winter meeting of the
Crercent City Jockey Cluh opened with
perfoot racllis wealliri There was a
llslitnlne faat track anti one of the lartr
rnt crnnji eVer een on the old course
A stiff wind from thc north Men acron
thn trark all toe Afternoon
Sam illldrethx stable arrived from
Memi > il ihLi monliiR
There were nj withdrawal from the
Inaugural Handicap
Aladdin and HomeMertd were
scratched In the first St Noel was
withdrawn from tho second
WINNERS AT LATONIA
fllJlOJIal to Th < Ki nlnc World
HACK THACK UVTONIA Ky Noi
6The races run her this afternoon
resulted all follonA
rIr t H icc rineeouarters of a mile
Won by Grand Mary a to I and 3 t > I
Kuguitlia 3 It I was eecand and Rosa
mond third Time 115
Second RaceFive and onhilf fm
loncs Won by Ix > ra J 4 to 1 nn < 1 7
lo 5 Idle 10 to 1 nun second and
ElPita third Tlrrel 34
Third rtaco Onn mite and onesix
teenth Won by Iyrrhj 10 to I and i
to I Christine even was econd niJ
Melbouine llllrd Time 141
Konrth Rae On mile Mini n quarter
Won by Ilitvllnml T lo 2 and en
Iteiervatlon t to 3 for place nail oec
011 apI Six Shooter tWnl Tlmo
20fi 14 0
4WEATHER FORECAST
Forecast for the thlrtyilx hours
ending at 8 P M Friday for East
ern f aw York Fair and cintln
ued cold tonrght and Frlday
fieth tp br ri north wInds
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F LINER COH IS
kiOYtSAcElN1PORT
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i I Passengers Amazed1 Report
that the Big Steamship Had
Sunk at Sea and All on Board
WereLost I
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I Crowds thronged the pier of the Ttnltt
I Star 11M this fternoon when the
Ccflrlf war d < Into her pier ant the
leviathan Atenmsblp was erected with
cheer Io
Vthcn the Cedrlr reached Quarantine
the pnn nrer < era amazed to leatn
of the rumor that the liner had been
rrnlraed by AnAther shin And mink In
mID < e n with iii on board and that
tronsandA of persons In this country
ami abroad had been anxious for her
silfety
On boird the liner are almost 1000
passengers scores ot whom are New
Yorkers hopIng to reach tbe pier In I
time to eat Thanksgiving dinner with
famllleii of friends
There are KO paa engeis n the nl
cabin 160 In the second and 540 In the
steerage
Most prominent among those on board
are the Earl ot Yarmouth and Us young
wife who was Miss Alice Thaw The
Karl and Countess will go to Plltsbur
at once a fter their basig is release
from the Customs
Mrs John Clinton Orsy the wife of
Judge dray Is also on board Others
of ndt are eonard Boyrie the actor
Mrs J O Hoyt ami three daughters
Mrs f O Snail Mr and Mis James
M Stuait and three children and C
A Moore and Mlrs Moore
troiril Besiege Office
The eompsnys offices jesterdav were
Ixfeged by nervous men and women
MI the telephone Ill the offlcM was In
distant use All were assured that the
Cedrte would appesr on scheduled time
today but th issurarKea did not
satisfy They waiutd dtllnlle new
Thit cable from London brought scores
of anxlus Inquiries friends there send
ing to thls country In the hope that
some word haibe received It waj
with happy fncci that tie early callers
s the pier and the companys officer
this morning left for their home knon
Inc that the reported cataa phe was
only an idb rumor
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Cnlrlc Cannot Sink
The first relief cam when the steamer I
Titian which was reported to have lInk
the big lIFer arrived at the other Ide
nnd reported tht she had not seen tu
Cedrlc Even before then shipping me
smiled nl the thought that a boat the
else of the Titian could do gieat damage
to such a vessel HS Jho WhIte lUll anal
The Cedrlc la an constructed that ir
cut In two the parts woulil float AIrtight
tight compartment are ro anaijtpj that
the boat would have to be cut almost to
piece bnforo It would sink
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GEN REYES INNEW ORLEANS
Cnloiublnn IflS fl Isiiqei1Iitety
iuri for Wvuhlnaton
NRVV OniiANfl Nov 2 < < Gen Rn
fnfl Uyu representing the Gos < rn
ment Colombia arrived here today
on Wuwaj to Washington
Alter brief tay h irtartud for
Wa hln tori where 11Ila toplead the
CIUM C ot Colombia
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QUAKERS 42
CORNELL
U of P Team Gives Boys from
Ithaca a Terrible Drubbing in
Annual Football Battle on
Franklin Field
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RED AND WHITE LINE
IS SMASHED TO BITS
Quakers Have Little Trouble in
Piling Up Big Score 20000
Turn Out to See the Big
Battle
iinr IIAIiKlrniKtltnnln 12
Cornell < l
9RCOM UlLPiPrnn nil Car
nell II
KIVU srOHKlrnn IJ Cornrll O
LINEUP
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lornlI I
rnnvlan I ltifi4
Weed LI iirktsft
flilklwics il Cpjtello
rirliarnkt U < 1 Vorlo
rtjlot Crntrf I i lt
1
ft Hri rW
lloftnian Itl hunt
rnrrfj IlT Jlolllrtav
irtxrfr HK Kor y
vtulord iQM Ureiviier
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IHjnold IJlH t flies
1 > ral vlt llB Hnliltr
lltnnttt pU Coffin
THANKLtN riRI D PHILADE1
PHfA Nov 25Undert most Mvorablo
conditions the annual football came be
tween the jil rdtonQfV4rIliIafli < te
nlvcnlty of Pteiniiya24i was ptaywl
on Franklin Field this Afternoon SUp
porterf of both t ala were out In full
farr jUj help retrIOe the lMt laurls
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sod mjili Iip fjrvlhe HUrneroui defealI
list ained t1RhU
When play beenn IhnUiuAl holiday
thrbhg of 1D099 spectato r WIle on baml
to Wltheis ihcstrUfflrr
Today cociiejt waa the eleventh be
tween these two unlveratlei nnd wlln
the exception of IW1 the Quakers have
hari victorious In each or the annual
otrllllrf
Trnru Rvrnlr Mulched
t In past ycala close same have been
played but never were the chance
more evenly balanced beforea big game
than they are today
FIRST HALF
Pennnylvanln easily outplay Cornell
In tlf first half and when the whistle
blew the Quakcrs were leading by 12 to
0 nNinelt nnd Drake made Pennsyl
vanias two tnuchdoivn Hffr MS
Cains had been made In utrniiiiit fool
ball Only on twoorcaslons during the
half wefij the Quakers forced to kick the
vUItlnK line holding while on the other
hdnd torncll could make very few
gains I
111 feature of the half however was
a pretty fortyyard end run by Rice
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Cnelll half bnck who had tine Inter
ferprc to asFist him Punts were fre
ninnttv exchanged but an there wji
till little wind neither aide alned nov
ainTeclable advantage through this kind
ot Dar I
Th > result of Penn footbUl In till
half clearly < lvnu > n > trted what has
oftin been salnl durlns the aasoi
that Ic Penn ability to play a fIrst
alas came against K team undoubtedly
Un Inferior but Its InarJIty to play a
regpehtable fume against an eleven that
Is either Itn equal rr superior
SECOND HALF
Ill oie second halt Tenno hanla ap
peared at her ilronRCst and within live
minutes afser play war resumed IU >
nold was drigtfd ave the line for tie
tiniil loucidown Reynolds kicked
goal makng the < core lenn jlanH h
Cornell w
clldlrecieri Mass plays and Mid runs
and a ilevw iurlfrback kick bj Mill
ford brought about the touchdown
Flv inlnntcs had hnrdl elapsed otter
1onnsj hnnlu had scored In the second
half when she again erG1 Cornel t
RfU line This louqhdoRn was greatly
dii lo the efforts of Oapl MeliKCi 1
nnote loR run helpxl Penn lvanln tnl
rtdvnnce ilurty yiird into Cornell Itr
rllory With the loithr on the ten > iroi
line the biil 48 pUtl to Krnnett who
phIIlRt tliriljrh Oornell rsntre and I
went ote the line tot mother touch i
town lInn lt kicked goal
Score Penn ylMnh 2 I Cornell n
These two touchdowns matte In such
rapId inccetJlon fairly paralyzed Cor i
nell and she wai unable lo land up
against the pnnerfjl attacks of Penn
ivlvanla and within fIve minutes Penr1
tlvanli lud scored another touchdown
and llennett again kicked soil Score
Penmvlvanla SO Cornell 0
Por it fen mlnuns follunlnx Ienn
lvanlHs scoring Cot noil teemed In
brace un iul It looked a thotuli they
would score but every lmer pIty iniiM
b v them was uffnet hv a bad fnmbV
Peinsylvanla took adjiitJK of them
errors ind bv lepcated line plunges
o rrleil the hall acrof the entlrn Held
for another touchdown Heimatt kicked
toul Score Ivniw > lvanU 36 Cor
n1I0
Pu continued lr aggressive playing
and bowled over tlio Cornell team In
ieri piny mvle Reynolds BranMI i
Sn MtiUoVI carried the ball for lArge
lnmiil llIrtr a 4erles of flylngWedges
Toiflett was pushed oxoi the llm for a
CJifhdown Uotl Wfx analn kicked l > y
ennctf 8oorP ir ti Cornell O
Although Pennsyljnnla had a good
lianre to siOMawaln tiiev were unable
tbdsa owing to lack of lima The half
n4Mvr4tliMhe hal In their posseaslon
FIT score Pennsylvania C Cornill o
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2OMENOEAO
I fR M EffCTH OF
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I STRANGE t PUIHON ii4
Mrs Julia Ward and Mrs Mary Cusick Who
Boarded with Her Both Expired After
Night of Illness in Their Home on Perry
Street and Police Investigate f
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OTHERS IN FAMILY ATE OF SAME
I I FOOD AUTHORITIES PUZZLED
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Doctor Sent for but Could Not Be Found t
and Stranger Who Refused Name Informed l
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formed Policeman Who Found One Victim
Dead and the Other Dying <
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Capt Abode of the Charles street station and > his detectives are in >
vestigating the mystery surrounding the strange death of Mrs Mary
Cusick and Mrs Julia Ward of No 172 Perry street The women diiilti
today from the effects of some irritant poison but how it was adminis
tered the police have been unable to learn e li
4 Mrs Ward with two children and an invalid husband lived on th
secona floor of the Perry street house which is a tenement Mrs Cusick
and her husband Patrick boarded with the Wards The two families
dinner together last night Some time after the meal Mrs Cusick and i j
Mrs Ward complained of illness Although the others had partaken of r
the same food they showed no bad effects jf
According to the story of Cusick the women were sick all night To
cloy he Bent one of the Ward children Theresa for a doctor She went to
the office of a Dr E Donovan No 411 Hudson street three times but could
not find him In
Policeman Kavanagh was approached this afternoon by a man who In
formed him that two women were sick In the Ward apartments In Perrjf
street Kavanagh asked the name of his Informant and the man refused io
give It He said he was from Brooklyn and had gone to visit the family
Kavanagn wunt to the house He found the women In bed partly > j
dressed Mrs Cusick died soon after tho arrival of the policeman and Mrfc
Ward showed signs approaching dissolution
Kavanaffh telephoned to St Vincents Hospital for an ambulance limit j
there was none available so he called up the New York Hospital When
Dr Reid arrived with the ambulance Mrs Ward was dead l
Kavanagh took Ciisick and the two children to the stationhouse ThoV T
told a straight story and were released Mrs Blake a sister of MM Want
arrived at the house after the two women died and informed the police that
they were ill last night when she visited them She thought It was an till
tact of Indigestion and so did the victims of the poison N i
Cusick cannot understand how poison caniu to be In the food eaten by
the women lie Is quite certain that all ate of the same food and no qnV 1
else was 111 He thinks that perhaps Mr Ward and his wife ate scrap
canned goods after the regular dinner and took In ptomaine poison Cusick >
Is a telegraph operator His wife was thirtyeight years old and Mrs War I
was thirty
Coroner Goldenkranz Is aiding the police In their investigation Capt
Aloncle has taken charge of several bottles fcunti in the house OUSICrf
says thatthey contained poison fI I
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IMRSAYIR TOBE
BURIED IN CHICAGO
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Funeral Services Will Be Held
ToMorrow in Trinity Church
Body Is to Be Cremated in
This City j
I The funeral of Mrs Harriot Iluhbinl
Ayer who died at her home No TO
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We l Fortjsixth Ktrvot oCtet a short
attack of pneiunonli ilii be held In
TrInity Clnircli it noon tomorinw The
services vIll be conducted by 11ev J
Heneit Steele
The body will be erenuted here and
the Interment will follow In GriceHnJ
Cemetery Chicago
Mrs Asvr leaves two children Mrs
Allan LewIs Seymour aol Miss Mar
rarm HubbirU yer
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PEACE IN SAN DOMINGO
llelirl Ijunrnnlrr 51fl let null I mien
stmo llnrliiti Itlnlrn
The end of itt San Domlnso revolu
tIn Is nmlall reconle1 In a cablfKram
reIvcti at the State Department today
frfiin Inlted States Minister toweil
dated eterday The Minister reports
Uml nil wall qulef that Ihe rrcsulent
o < y Oil and the Cabinet wore in
lfive for Curia
The Newport had withdrawn her
nMrlnes front Hie cltx of San Domingo
Tho revolutionary nurtv suaranlerrt nr
ttr nnd safety for nil person Thn
election for a IwVilnt to sneered tha
dopoied Was y Oil will take placo Hi
three months
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T CRANKS LETTERS ii 3i
I ROOSEVELT
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They Are Turned Over to the
DistrictAttorney and Result
in Arrest of Charles Threshoh > 1
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a Bowery Lodger
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Charles Thre bon suffering from a
number of tinnijo hilluclnatloni waa
srraljnml todn before Magistrate
Mayo In the liuCX Market Pnlfje Cnjrt
charged nth being 1 i disorderly person
Thrfshun WoUld hivo been patted up a t
n haunlef two It It were not for AW
tact tbat hJP abcrrntlon found vent Ip
writing letters to President Ilooscvel
The police iy tint Threshon f n 4
n1s order of the scnm rank In hJ
letlen to the President ho V4flIPIliii8
lint oino pron of Infliienc In soft
eminent rlrclw it Wmhlnctoii tins dA
elertrli liatlory nliU1i II48 hpi nHHtO
I the ole < of Thre ion > feet ml Ihxt
PVIT time he Iltt8 oiu to rw tht
IresMiMit II iocUl ivill the current f a
uirnfd on He u3olit like waJklns on fr
vlectrlcilv anY mwe than most J1jjIi > t a
ro N w i
Mild told the police
The SeciftServlc mm wlin icc leit dt
tile letters from Truculent Uosjcysls
handed lllcm over to Iho DIslrlclAUoi1
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