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THE WORLD SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMI3ER 5 190 rr k r
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1 I PLANNED ATTCL ON
0 THEBALTIC FLEET
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c l Russians Said to Have Proof of Plot I
f Arranged by Japanese Minister at
I HagueFacts to Be Laid Before
I North Sea Inquiry Which Meets in
J Paris
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J BT PETERSBURG Nov 5A tensal
tlonal report Is current here attributed
it to a high authority that Russia will
C undertake before the International
commission In the North Sea affair to
t prove that the Japanese Minister at
J The Hague actually organised an attack
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on the Russian squadron and will pro
duce a message sent by the Minister
containing complete evdence that iucn
was the case
The pUns for the Inquiry have been
accepted
The commission will sit In Paris and
will consist ot five members Russian
I BrItish American and French and a
fifth to be chosen bv thee Broad out
lines tor the Inquiry nra laid down by
the convention but the commission will
have wide latitude In determining alii
the relevant facts I I
Four points of the Russian case given I
I In special despatches trom Paris here I I
4 are I
1 t 1 Information which rfached noJt I
s 4t venSky as he was leaving Danish I
1 waters that suspicious vessels were In
the North Sea navigating first under
one lag and then under another
2 The transport Kamchatkas re
port by wireless telegraphy some time
before the trawlers were met that she
J had seen two torpedo boats the Kamt I I
Cl chatka being then thirty miles behind
I
the squadron I
t The receipt of a suspicious wire
less message signed Kamtchatka
asking for the exact latitude and longi
tude ot the squadron a message which
it was aClerward ascertained was never
1 sent by the Kamtchatka
t The appearance of two torpedo
boats alongside the squadron which
k I could not have been Russian as all the
J Russian torpedo boats were then In
the English Channel The squadron
did not ire until the torpedo boats
were seen
Foolish says llnyashl
UDNDON Nov SBaron Haynshl tile
Japanese Minister asked for a slate1
went regarding the report that the Jap
anese Minister at The Hague had or
4 t ganised an attack on the Russian squad
ron emphatically denied that there was
t t any such plan and added
1 in their different explanations the
71 Russians alternately credit us with
i supernatural cleverness and foolishness
I If people wfiM onlY stop to think they
vould see that It would be almost uf I
dial for is to risk the frend hp of any
power by a nattempt to destroy the
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MYSTERY IN A
i GIRLS DEATH
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Holaka Schmitt a Beautiful
t
h Swede Found in Room with
Gas Turned OnRich Gowns
yi and All Her Jewelry Is Missing
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1 Holoka nBy Schmitt a beautiful
Swedish worn AA was found dead In her I
flat at No 16 West Sixtyfifth street I
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today with every gas Jet In the rooms I
I i
I r turned on full There was enoug ru
a f In the apartment to suffocate a regi
It ment and every aperture through
which It might escape In any quantity
It was closed
The lost seen of the woman was at
J 10 oclock last night when she called
a messenger boy and sent him out for
J 1 a botle of whiskey The empty bottle
was found today on the diningroom
J table
Detectlve1 from the West BlxtyelrMh
I Street Station are working on the case
t and from their action It II surmised
1 f they are not satisfied she committed I
ni suicide She was said to have had an
extensive wardrobe and much Jewelry
Nothing was found In the flat but a few
r old and wellworn gowns and her
t I Jewelry was missing
Up to last Wednesday the young wo
I man lived at No 31 West Sixtyfifth
street where she was known as Olga
ErlcKson Friends In the neighborhood
who talked with her yesterday say that
she had not expressed any Intention of
killing herself
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READY fOR TRIAL
0 OF 1PAI
W
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Jerome Will Ask Supreme Court
I to Fix Date on Monday and
i I Suggests Nov 14 as the Time
t iii i Which Will Suit His Office
I
r DistrictAttorney Jerome will oa
tl Monday next appeal to Justice Davis
L I In the criminal department of the Su
r c preme Court to set a day for the trial
V of Nan Patterson who Is accused of
I
having murdered Caesar Young a
bookmaker
i Mr Jerome announced this after
noon that If Judge Davis jet Monday
i I week pa tM trial day that that date
I would stilt him and th lJio wwiM be
read to pitted Vleut fiirttu de
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Kuuan squadron from a neutral pot
I whets It Is to nor utmost advantage that
the squadron should arrive in our own
waters uuer Its present Admiral
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JAPS SINK 3 PORT
I ARTHUR BOATS
I
TOKIO Nov 5DelaYed advices from
Port Arthur between Nov 2 and Nov
I 4 ray two steamers of about 1600 tons
each anchored In the west harbor wen
sunk by the Japanese heavy guns on1
Nov 1 and another steamer of 30U
ton was also sunk on Nov 2 I
Two great explosions apparently of
magazines were heard Nov I near
Yuahpaofang
On the night of Nov I the Japanese
under len Ichlnobs captured a fort
wlth three field guns two machine
guns three torpedoes and many other
trophies The Huselans left forty dead
Iln the place
I A vigorous bombardment with naval
I guns was begun at noon Nov 3 against
the eat harbor dock yard and other
points as a result of which a fierce
conflagration occurred near the east
harbor and burned for four hours The
name day the fire of large calibre guns
was directed against H fort at a
height ot m yards and the northwelit
watch tower Heavy damage wu
cnuted by the OOmbardmrrt on both
the tort and tower
A KuMtan field gun placed at a vital
Dolnt east of Krdcwan
Bpnt Mountain was
struck by a Japanese hell and de
IUOed
SUANaUAI Nov 5A report hu
1ehl1 Bhinichnl to th9 eifeet that this
Juianw batterie Mnk two Ruiian
menofwar at Port Arthur on Nov 1
an1 a gunboat on Nov J
I
TOKIO HEARS JAPS
HAVETAKEN WANTAI
TOKIO Nov 5It U reported here
that the Japanese have occupied Wantal
Hill sunk several traniporU and net
tire to a b ttl hip at Port Arthur
There Ii no confirmation of the report
The Japanese had previously and
un
euocersfully attacked Wantal Hill
par
tkuarly during the latter part ot Au
gust
e
RUSSIAN FLEET TO
GO AROUND AFRICA
TANGIER Nov 5The enUre Rw
alan fleet of namhlpa acooKls
by
ten
collier smi n hoepllal hip
IIIJled
from heN todI1Y
They took a westward oour
nM fOR MCUE
GUILTYOFMURDER
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Virginian WhoseWife Was Bru
tally Slain In Her Home Is
Convicted by a Jury of Having
Killed Her
CHARLOTTESVILLE Va Nov 5
ExMsyor Samuel J McCue who has
been on trail here for
some weeks
charged with killing his wife was to
day found guilty of murder In the first
degree
A < the Jury filed In there
tre was a dead
silence In the courtroom and when the
defendant was asked to stand up he
rose calmly When the word e deter
mining his fate were uttered he showed
no signs of emotion but when his little
daughter RUby with eyes reddened by
crying climbed on hit lap and hit rela
tlven who have surrounded him
throughout the trial moved closer
tears streamed down his cheeks and I
the anguish he felt was depicted on his
face
bcThe
The Cdurts strict admonition that
there must be no demonstration WM ad
lered to
Fully half the spectators remained
some time after the Jury wu dis
charged with thanks of the Court
The case has been MM most sensational
one In the criminal annals of the Bta4e
not only because of the social prom
inence of those concerned
but on ac
count of the brutal nature of the kill
IngMrs
Mrs McCu was shot down In her
home on Sunday evening Sept 4 The
contents of both barrels of a tftotgun
were fired Into the woman breast and
head and her skull was mashed with a
club She died almost Instantly
The couple had Just returned from
church and were preparing to ritlre
when the tragedy occurred and McCue
although he denied his
guilt was
arretted Ills Indictment by the Grand
Jury followed two weeks after the mur
derUcCue
UcCue was brought up on a farm He
was admitted to the bar In mi snd was
an Alderman before serving two terms
as Mayor WM to 1W
Over 1000 Calls
for Male Help
will be made through the great
WANT DIRECTORY with Next
SUNDAYS WORLD by the em
pkyrm of Greater New York
Here are 1000 chances for the
worthy mitt til boyi wed of
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IN CHURCH WIT I
HR DEAD BABE
Destitute Woman Departs from I
Structure When Priest Spoke
to Her and Afterward Is
Found by Policeman
SIgr Sdwirds recor bf the Church
of the Imaculat Conception at No
103 Fast Fourteenth street when lexw
Ing the church after conducting an I
early service today noticed a young II
woman holding a baby In her arms sit
tIM In a pew In the rear of the nave
Her face was streaked with tears She
seemed about Ihrrtyrtve years old and
you habbUy dressed In block with n
piuah cape Her baby looked pale and
lifeless
Ugr EM wards wiled In Policeman
Levy of the East Twentyaeoond Street
8tatton and pointed out the woman
Levy could not get her to talk but he
aw that her baby was apparenly dead
and sent for an ambulance from nell
vue Hospital When It reached the
cJiuroh the woman and baby had dls
cppeorrd
Discovers Ilnbe U Drail
About two hours later Policeman
Norton of the Knat fhlrtyflxth Street
StiUon found the woman at First ave
rue and Thirtyfirst 3rett His atten I
tion was aroused by the pitiable contll
tUm of the child which waa still n her
arm It wu clothed only In a thin
white slip flid a knitted coat and Its
fuce and bare feet which protruded
from under Hs rrlserable covering were
11 ue apparently wltn cold but as Nor
ton dijoovered with death
Norton says that when he spoke to
the woman he saw she wir Intoxicated
He took her and her lifeless child to
llellevue Hoipltla whcro the surgeons
said the Infant had been dead for two
ur three flours
The woman said that the vas Mrs
Llnle Lynch thirtyfour yearn old of
No SI Chrystle street and that her
husband John woe now In Promised
Land L I but that she lad not sees
nor he in from him for eight months
Her mother she mid was Mrj Nora
honey of Drove street Poncherter
Ashamed to oU to Mother
Mrs Lynch iiH that nor baby was
born four months ago She supported
hemlfltx saM since her husbands
desertion by working as a domestic
but since her baby was turn had done
little work Her baby died early to
day she said but her clothing was so
poor that she was ashamed to go to
her only friend her mother to ask her
aid to bury the child and she thought
she would try and turn a little mono
with which she might fix iheroelf up
and go to PorcncsUr tomorrow
She went out with the dead child
wandered Into the Church of the Im I
maculate Conception but wren Fattier
BJwart spoke to Iwr she was frightened
and went out
Mrs Lynch was ent to the prison
ward on a charge of Intoxication and
her babys body was taken to the
Morgue She was unwilling to part
with II until forced to do so and cre
ated a pitiful scene In the reception
room before she was led away
I
FUN CAUSES TROUBLE
nonflr Cnlle Fir Department pn
Her llnrrvrs and a roved
Some boys having fun this after
Ion around Mulberry and Molt streets
called out the Fire
Department the re
serves from the Mulberry iret Station
and a crowd numbering hundreds of I
plop
The ada bad collected a load of rub1
blsh In the vacant lot adjoining St
Harrabys Home st Mulberry and I
Houston streets and set Ire to It Th
blaze assumed alarming proportions nnJ
when It reached the fence surrounding
the lot the boys became frightened and
clambered outside while a pauerby
turned tn an alarm A squad of bHI
posters arrived before the firemen and
Hpplng down the fence put out the
fire a
nren e Mawattracteda great crowd
which the reserves trperaM The
v < mn Ur who ittrte4 theflre wIre
tathsorowd
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RICH CLU8M I
FIGHTSDURGLAR
George W Godard Struggles
with Thief Who Looted HiS
House on West End Avenue
While Wife SummonsPolice
After looting the home of George W
Oodard of No 7M West End avenue
and secreting Jewelry valued at 3004 In
his clothes Pasquale Roland of No <
1C3 Union street Brooklyn came face
to face with Mr Oodtrd himself Mr
Nard had been aroused from his sleep
by the light footfalls of hit thoelesi
visitor Mrs Qodard and their two chtl
dren were asleep In the same room
Mr Ooddard II one of th atMetlt
members of the New York Athletic
Club After discovering the man he did
not remain In bed long but Jumped at
him at once The two grapled and
locked In a fierce struggle Ocdnrd to I
prevent the burglar from getting his
pistol from his hack pocket and the
robb < r to overpower his assailant It
was a right for life on the part of the
clubman I
Mr Oodard with a presenco of mind
nnd coolness equl to that of her hus
band searched for a police whistle and
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when she found It began Ma tng away I
through an open windov The flab
the shrill wirnlnr and the cries nt the
children aroused the nllrc household
Oodard had no easy time with Ho
lando Wiry strong and agile the
burglar gave the clubman as hard a i
right as he ever bargained for So sud
den was Mr Oodards attack that Ho
undo did not have time to draw his i
revolver and all his wrestling and
tussling with the burglar was to pre I
vent the man getting nn arm free
which would permit him to use his gun I
Godard realized that If the burglar i
once got the weapon from his pocket It
probably would be the end of him for I
the man wu desperate and would bike
any chances I
While the two men were In the heat
of the conflict Mrs lol > rd kept a con
tluous bUy on the thistle Patrolman
Duller of the West One Hundred Street
Station heard the signal and he an
swered It on the run I
Hut before he arrlve1 the butler of
the home came to Mr QodtrJ nails
tance The two men finally overpowered I
the burglar
As the policeman was entering the
house Rolando made a lit fight to I
free himself A whack over the head
subdued him however and he sur
rendered i
Klnaldo was fearched and Jewelry
valued at 15000 wan taken from his I
poketii It WJ5 identified by Mr and
Mrs Qodard a their i > rnp rty The I
jewelry comprised a diamond brcoch I
valued at 11000 a gold watch with a
gold and platinum chain a creicent pin
with twentythree diamonds a rlnt
with two dUmondi another ring with
an emerald and thirteen diamond two
babys rings pet with a ruby and sap
phire a New York Athletic Club pin
and three monorram rings i
When taken to the station Rolando
refused to give his name His clothes i
were of poor quality like those worn
by an ordinary Italian laborer No I
burglars tools were found on him
Mr Oodard thinks the robbers en
tered the basement early last night and
waited for the family to retire
Rolando was arraigned In the Vat
Sde Court where he waived eiamlna
lion and was held h JJOOO for Ir al
S
MUST GIVE TRANSFERS
J ml Be fvininn haul tliitl They
Mtnuld HP Itsurd Hi Dmad
vray and IKtd Street
Justice A P V Peaman In the
Twelfth Municipal Court todiy gave
R Judgment of JlSVI azalnst the New
York City Hallway Company In a cast
brought by Uiwyer Harcourt Bull of
No IS William street for a client who
had been refused transfers at Broad
way sand Twentythird street
Justice Seaman held that when the
Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court recently decided the Topham
case which appeared to be In favor of
the railway company on this same ques
tion that It did not lay down the rule
that transfers need not be given at
Broadway and TwerrtytSlrd street tout
hid de < td e4 that cat 91 facu peculiar
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GIRL BRUISED BY I
BRID HOGS II
Crushed by Surging Frenzied I
Crowds During Congestion of
Traffic at Brooklyn Terminus
Pretty Victim Falls in Faint
Margaret Unas a pretty girl of nine j
teen years of No t Pennsylvania ave
nue Brooklyn knows today what the
frantic demoniac bridge hog Is
Crushed and bruised she fell In a faint
last night In tM Bands street station
when the congestion of traffic grew to
thick that the crowds acted like a
ma l1emd mob Many others were
hurt but managed after a hard strug
gle to get free and find a breathing
and moving space
The bridge crush fiend Is Individual
who has been giving the police much
annoyance of late Drastl measures
have been taken to subdue him and
even tile club falls when the passion of
pushing slejes this morbid Individual
Where the congestion Is thickest there
he revels
Dr Jekyll anil Mr Ilyil
With isle arms and legs ani bsdy he
bangs smashes and pushes everybody
within his range There are several
kinds of the Bridge crush fiend and all
adopt the same tactics The most no
ticeable classes are the men who are
peaceable In every other place but the
bridge crush and the men who are vio
lent by nature
Like a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Is the
former kind of man lie crosses City
Hall Park meek and pious He has
papera under his arm and l oks like the
quietest street In Brooklyn where a
new Spotless Town has grown up The
thoughts of his children and his wife
are stamped upon hit reipossful brow
Thin he gets word of a crush on the
bridge The papers fill from him hU
eyes bulge out of his head his nostrils
dilate and ne oretitlrs fire Across the
park he goes on the run and find the
squirming surging conglomerate n S
ot men women and children
All Faust for Ilrhlue hog
HU hands become talons Working
through the pack pushing shoving
hacking he cares not until he reach
the station or the car first Women
may be trampled on anJ mens e > es
blackened or gouged noses may bleed
hair may be pulkd It In all food fur
him Then when he reaches a seal In
the oar he goes back to Dr Jekyll lie
becomes quiet and easy and Is ready to
talk religion science or politics with his
neighbor
tne other typed Just the bloodthirsty
Individual who It always looking for a
squabble lie hangs around places
where the crowds contest He takes
the chute rush u exprdltlontly as he
shoves women and children In contra
distinction to trra man of violence Is the
I one who love to get In the pack In
order to embrace women lie Is of such
a dlvprvltlon that the moment he finds
Mrreelf In proximity with women his
ann go round her
Then there U the pincher and many
Is the blue spot that Is carried home as
a memento of a crush at the UrlJrt
entrances
BANQUET OF CANADIANS
Sorletr Also Plan a UIndlu
Mght and Other Entertainment
The rxecutlve Committee of tho
Canadian Society has arranged a i > ro
prnmme of enti rtalnmrnts for Novem
ber and Decembr ladles Night wilt
be held In the ballroom of the Hotel
Astor on Nov IT The annuil banquet
will be given on the evening on Dec C
There are now S members of the so
chIt
WUter Homes and lUntlnx and
FUhlntl In the goalie
gMieslp4O publl < M4 k the tV h
ra RaUwtn mailed titon SfjUcKlKi With
ecll tump fiv lock oUen m uki
0 1 I I Jt
AdtoAs WIFE IN i
HIGHTRAGEDY
a
Mrs Frederick Bond Accused by
Husbands Leading Lady
Genevieve Benton of Thump
ing and Scratching Her
THEN SMITES STAR
WITH HER UMBRELLA
Actress Asserts that Woman Is
Jealous of Tender Scenes in
PlayProcures Warrant for
Her Arrest
Whei Miss Genevieve Fremont Monte
video Renton bisks In the pot light
on the Orpheum Theatre stage nronk
lyn tonight It may be noticed by
those well down front that the natural
blade of her soulful eyes Is enhanced
I
bv wrulenn borders A few coquettish
plasters will slw bring wit the deep
roses In her cheeks an4 two fluffy
curls gathered from her lustrous golden
IICIU will be phtered roguishly upon
her nlibastT forehend
To be matter of fact the curls cover
bumpsnol natural ones but swollen
lump the coquettish plasters hide
deep scratches and the cerulean rings
about the Juno eres ore what the email
boys call shiners There are other
bumps bruises and scratches not In
iludcd In tlii Inventory equally painful
and the why thereof was explained to
day to Magistrate Dooley In the Adams
Street Police Court
I
Accuse Leading Mans Wlte
Gen vlee Fremont Montevideo Den
ton leading lady In the My Awful
Dad company aided by her maid and
two sympathetic friends painfully so
com fhhed the distance between the
St George Hotel to the Adams Street
Court to get a irrant for the leading
mans wife The leading mans wife Is
Mrs Caroline flood and Miss IJcnton
declares that the woman Is not an ac
tree and she said It In a way that
expressed more than mere words
Frederick Ilond shares the spot lights
of the Orpheum with MJfs Genevieve
Ac Denton There are touching love
scenes despite the terrible parent
JlrJ hand wife of the handsome lead
Ing man sat through the performance
last night well up In front It was not
noticed that she applauded the touch
ing scenes In fact no one seems to
have taken any particular notice of her
until nflT the show Then she found
a < pot light under an electric lamp and
bevan to act high tragedy
The leading lady and the leading man
stepped under the glow of the arc light
as they approached the St George Ho
tel where Miss Uenton Is residing while
In Urooklyti
lie was escorting me home ex
til lined eicvl9 rtmont plu ad
liutng her hat in her glittering coif
feur when tills woman stepped up and
Uinied me on tha nose She gave me
an awful tliump with one hand and
thin retched out and scratched me with
tin other
She went at me like a tigress
lniKkrd me down put the heel of her
shod In my mouth and WM kicking me
lawn a celljrway when FrrderlckI
mean Mr Hond InterferMed Uhe
siiwclecl him on the ear with her um
brella and then wailed o
lIn raised me up and I hurried to the
hotel When I got Inside and felt how
I was hurt ant remembered what she
unldI didnt tell von what she ii
Judge and I Kites Ill not for It wasnt
nltf ant mail and decided to go out
and get a nollceman to arrest her
Miss llenton cot the warrant
SWANS NOT IN POLITICS
Denial Ilronsiht Ont br the Story
Circulated In Fifth Dlitrlrt
Dcnlil Is made today that The
Pwnns are dclng anything In politics
This I mad btue of thj publica
tion of an article thit the Athletic an < l
neolent Order of Siuns hat Issued
n Ciicular reniieillnj the > ir rTt of
1elle J Thomklt for Member of As
< eintily Fifth Awcmbly District Thli 1
iMund mini persons In the district to I
lllle that The Swans Issued this
circular
The Swan Ii a social MIIal stir I
nnd e not aRUUitnl with any poltlcst
part 1
Over 800 Men and Boys
I Will Apply for Employment
through the great WANT DIREC i
i TORY with Neat SUNDAYS
WORLD t
I They ire competent to perform
tlmosi any kliu of labor know
1 to mankInd and should be ilvcii a
tthl b Jhost needing heb
U t
GAMBLERS CAUGHT
IN BROADWAY JOINT
Police Raid a Resort Between
Fortieth and Forty first
Streets Early ToDay In Pres
ence of Big Crowd
TWENTYEIGHT PRISONERS
TAKEN IN THE CORRAL
Egress by the Only Doorway to
the Place Was Barred by the
PolicePatrol Wagons Bore
Off the Captured Ones
The police conducted a spectacular
raid on a gambling retort at No 1C
Broadway In the early hours this morn
Ing battering down the doors In the I
presence of a great crowd of Tender
hlntrs and capturing twentyeight prisoners
v
onlrL
Detectives Crow Herilng and Dono
hiM M Ihd assault Throngs of nigh
owls warmed to the vcene from
nearby resort and Witnessed an ez
citing spectacle
The gamblers were In the building
nrhlch stands almost In the centre of
the block between Fortieth and Forty
first streets The main floor of the
place la occupej by a billiard and
poolroom
nil Crowd Attracted
Both places were crowded with pa1
irons when the police descended and
o nd the attack The block Is ablaze
with light and from up and down
Broadway the squad of policemen mov
Ing under the guidance of three pre
cinct detective could not help but at
tract attention
Tho door was found to be securely
barred but the work of battering j
down was begun and was of short
duration
Those inside had no means of egrets
II the only stairway leaulng to the
street was guarded by the police
When the detectives and officers rot
Inside they met with vigorous resist
ance Blows were freely exchange
A number of persons In the crowd ct
tempted to rush the police In order t
allow their friends to escape and a
scene of wild confusion followed
A full force of reserves followed th
raiding party Several patrol wagon
drow up In a side street When the
prisoners were finally secured they
were hustled Into the poLte vehicle
and driven to the Tenderloin station
There were twentyeight captives In
all twentyseven of whom were said to
be patrons of the clace and but one In
terntrd In Its conduct He was Charles
Hartford who said he lived at No to
Welt Thirtyfourth street
The prisoners were taken to the West
Side Court and arraigned before Mac
Istrate Flsmmer Upon the statement
br the police that only one of the num
ber was Interested In the resort other
than as a natron the twentyseven were
discharged Hartford was held In ISCO
boll until Nov 10
Hartford was arralcnrl In tie West
Side Court and hcid in pr ball for ex
amlnatlon on Nov P The twenty
seven men charge with lsordeIy con
duct were discharged
BOOKERSSON WANTS
UI SI ARM JOB
Signature of Booker Washing
ton Jr Affixed to Application
for Paymastership Facts
Suppressed
WASHINGTON Nov SAn sppll
ttIn purporting to be that of Booker
Wishlnztnn Jr for the poilllvn of as
sltlint paymaster United Slates Army
has been received and formally filed at
the War Department I
The application Is dated at New
Haven Coon and It considered gen
uine although be ws thought to be
n resident of Iloston It U Indorsed
by several Boston men of promi
nence The uprllcitlon and all papers
uecompnnjlng the sme has been care
fully suppressed
fere Is but one other colored pay
dude In the army John 11 Lynch of
Mississippi who wji formerly cue of
the auditors o < the Treasury and on
whose account there was contUerabl
frtcUonidurrng Jhe later part of the
Ir T f h Spain bw i JCIQC the f + i
rusil ot men whit f uuasau to M
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TOO FA311 IN AUto
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George A Wheelock PresIdit
of Turf Association AcctWMi 1
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by Police of Upholding Chauffeur
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feur in OverSpcedlng
THREATENS THOSE WHO I i
INTERFERE WITH HIM
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His Machine Is Said to Havt I
Dashed Through a Crowd df
School Children and Put Than
All In Peril t
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George A Wheelock a weltknows
bookmaker and President of the MitU
polltan Turf Association who with hIa I
chauffeur Daniel L Curtis the police1
say are persistent In exceeding th4i
speed limit and who lilt May voweL
he would spend 110000 to break
a policeman who arrested Curtis 0
Riverside Drive Is again In trouble
this time with the Vllllamsburg pollctf
On Thursday Wheelock and Curtis
with two other men started across th
Wllllamsburg Bridge on the way to the
race track No sooner had thq got osl
the bridge than they began to hit It up
Policeman after policeman yelled tf
them to stop but Curtis only laugt4
and went faster oj I
At the Wllllamsburg end of the brl Jt
Policeman Christopher Watdecktrled fl
stop the automobile and says that Cur T
Us yelled Go to hell at him as ksY r
dashed by a
The machine according to witnesses
shot through the streets and Into sj
crowd of children just going to the af
ternoon session at Public Softool Jfo styt
The quick action Janitor John Dalft
of that Institution Is all that says
some of the children from being nm
down jl
Uoth Waldeck and Daly noticed tW
the number of the mesiilat was 12JHi
and they got a warrant for the arrest
of the chauffeur fromMigUUate Hil
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gins In the 1M Avenue Court It wa
a John Doe warrant but Val deck took I
It to the Wllllamsburc end of the brtdfjt
yesterday and waited for his raaa tt
show up <
Early In the afternoon WheclockaT
machine went on the bridge and CurtM
again began to make illegal speed F
Several policemen yelled at him to MewVf
up but were laughed at for their plans
Angered by the cool disregard or toev >
orders the policeman In toe middle oJ
the bridge sounded the rukaway bU
which closed the gates at the Williams
burg end 4
When Wheelockt party got there therl
were held up and Waldeck placed Curv
tit under arrest The entlreparty west i
WtHr
to the Bedford avenue station waerfl
Wheelock made a great fusa abotat ttl
Ina arrested and muttered dire threat
against any one who dared to Interfere
Drive Hallam had a long chase but
He WILl only asked to llvel100 MlUr
but with manygrandiloquentflourishes
he Insisted upon going on Curtlts bond
tn the extent of 15000 and he pledge
the house at No tt East Thirtyturd t
street one of a row of houses which he F
owns He gave his name as George A J
Wheelock his resdence as No Ill fUf
Ison avenue and his occupation aa thata
of gentleman
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SOCIETY AIDS HOSPITAL > 5 1J
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Ever since Mrs Clarence IT Ha
p ve a fair for the benefit of the NaillI
tau County Hospital at Mlneola L L
that Institution has been receiving gIftI1
Mrs William K Vanderbilt Jr yes4
terdy gave the Hospital Assoctatlesvt r
B000 to be used for repairs W sv
Leeds also gave 1X000 Other WtHtIt
known families have also aided thi j b
hospital 5 t j
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THIRTY YEARS WAR 3flBC >
Pence Declared WIle Might I e
Waa Adapted <
lj
The right food will make a DHtia yj
body over iompletelr and cure the oil
alls A Danville man went tbrouflh
an experience showing how trw
this
thiefFor
For 30 rears I had been troubled
with my stomach so bad at time
It made mo desperately tick I h4
to take pills and medicine all the 1
time which made my stomach terjj
weak and bradachea and other mlv
cries made life almoet unendurabl
Three years ago I had an attack oC
pain over my heart so bad my wlfjC
kept hot poultices there for tug1
nights Took a lot more medlclnei
and finally got 10 bad I could eat
nothing at least I could eat It bat
would throw It up again Inhw
minutes I tried several doctors bL
c
lot worse all the time and bad w
be taken home from the store at 5
fcrent tlm I oa so tlA and dis 0
I could not walk a step TV
I tell you I know what It ii ter
have a weak stomach and the stroM V
medicines simply made mtt rtV
WOTS l
WOTSI kept on getting weak and pear
all the time living much of the titeer f 1
on a little toast and warm milk until fJ
I wasted away so that all the clerk t
In my tore expected me to die I
tried everything In the way of diet a
without any success until two yean
ago when I decided to give Onpe i t
Nuts ten days trial t
So I started with two teaspoca
lull of OrspeNuta and cream three
tlmei a day Increasing to three tea 1
spoonfuls then to four and frost th t
very first da I commenced to la 1
prove gaining weight all the tlJMMJ 10 >
well as strength From that tflllett > i
was nothing but progress with tee f
for all the old troubles disappeared41 tot
I got entirely well and now weH L t
190 pounds and feel ai young H fr
did thirty 7eOS ago 1h < i
The change In my nerres MM
brain Is wonderful brciuw ray H4 7
cry was rery tad before and I wag itj
nervous tho had to keep the
dren still Ml the time but whenbI r
and nerves u well 01 stomacli
exactly the nourishment they t t J
from arspoNuts they built i
and healthy AH of my ran
GrapeNuts now and the ebH4r e4 t
well and remarkably tlllrelt r
We eat six lain of It eeq >
Name hen 5y Porttwa CL
Creek Ml i 1 1 4
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