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FINAL t INAL
RESULTSJDITM i II Circulation Booka Open to AII 1 2C I II Circulation Books Open to All I RESULia EDITION
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PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 WOO PRICE ONE CENT
I 200 WOMEN STORM JEROMES OFFICE L
BROKAW FAMILY S
PAID 17500 IN
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MRS POILLON SUIT
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I Clubman Wanted to Fight but Father
I Settled Case Family Attorney
Got 2500 and Womans
S Lawyers Kept 7500
1 ExJudge and former DistrictAttorney William M K Olcott appeared
to the City Court today to deny the statement of Mrs Katherine Polllon
that his firm Black Olcott Qruber Konynge had robbed her of the
greater part of the 20000 that W Gould Brokaw paid to settle the hand
some young womans claim for 230000 damages for breach of promise to
marry
S marryCarl FischerHansen the brotherinlaw of Mr Brokaw who It Is al
c leged got 2500 of the mcney accompanied Mr Olcott to help out In tho
denial
I The testimony was taken In the sup
J plementarr proceedings brought against
Mrs Polllon by a Sixth avenue depart
W went store on an iSO Judgment
J Charles A Rosenthal for the Judgment
creditor conducted the examination
llr Bonynge of tho Olcott firm was
subpoenaed yesterday by Mr Rosen
thal but turned tho subpoena over to
Mr Olcott who handled the case for
the firm
Mrs Polllun and her tall athletic sU
ter Charlotte arrived ten minutes after
tho lawyers sweeping into court with
long determined strides Mrs Polllon
was accompanied by her counsel Fred
erick E Goldsmith Mr FischerHan i
S sen was the trst to be examined lIe
eald
FlschrrHansen Explains
1 I have read Mr Polllons testimony
and wlsi to make this statement At
the time tho sattlemcnt was made some
question arose as to the piyment of
ccrtali bills amounting to JICCO There
was one bill of M200 or 11100 to the
American Surety Company another to
Levy Unser fir r another to the i
WaldorfAstoria for JCW or J70U another I
bill of J200 or JW to a man named
Allen amounting In all to about 2WO
This amount I received from Black
Olcott Qruber and those bills were
all paid except tho one to the American j
S Surety Company
Mr Hansen was accounting for the I
tlSOO Mrs Polllon said ho got more or
Jf lies as a gift from Mr Olcott I
e At this Jucture Mrs Polllon and her j
f sister pushed their way through a Jam
of lawyers to seats near Mr Hnnssn I
Leanlng their heads toward the lawyer
they listened intently to his testimony
He Represented Brokaw
The attorney said he had been of
counsel for Mr Brokaw until the au
tumn of 1S02 when he had dropped out
of the case
After the Jury was Impannelled In I
the trial last year the proceedings were I
tutldenly stopped I was advised by
Vlf Busoh Mr Urokaws counsel to I
o Mr Olcott I saw Mr Olcott then
for the flrst time In my life No mem
Satier of Mr nieoifs family Ibid sixii
moI told Mr Olcott what I thought of
I his client and he said he didnt want
5 to tieur his client Insulted lie said
S the case could be settled for 130000
I told him that It na uttcily ab
surd that tho suit was nothing but a
strike
I met Mr Oloott again at the Man
hattan Club and Mr Olcott came down
to KOOOO I again told him this was
Continued on Second Pa te
VALUABLE BULLDOG
BITES CHILDS CHEEK
t S Animal Held by the Police to
f Await Order of the Health
Board
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S t A highbred bulldog owned by Mrs
S Mitchell of No 19 West FIfty < l rhth I
street while being exercised by a ser
vant on Sixth avenue today slightly
lilt fouryearold John II Murphy Jr I
v In fron of the Murphy home at No
1003 Sixth avenue Inflicting a small
S > wound under tharight eye The boys
SS father had the servant arrested but In
S the West Side Court ho was dis
charged Tho dog is held at the police
station awaiting tho decision of tho
S S Board of Health as to the childs con
5 dition and tho advisability of killing the
animal which is valuable and has a
bench record
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SHOT HIS SWEETHEART
THEH TRIED SUICIDE
BUFFALO Fob HAi the result of a
S 5 Jovcr1 quarrel this afternoon Miss May
Van Sickle aged twenty yours who
Cairo from Niagara EVls several week
ago and Kawronce Spore nf Niagara
Falls ate In the hattOltal the former
S OTfferlns from a bullet wound In the
side alleged to have been Indicted by
Bporfl Spore carries a bullet In the honu
J saul to Jiava been lelflnfllcted
p rbe irie7ts tron iO 1iqPlCAlJY the
twull1 t t
i1 r of J i f tI
Nt r if s
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fAST SlUE TO
HAVE BETTER
CAR SERVICE
Vreeiand Promises to Re
form Evils Pictured by
S Evening World
President 11 H Vreeiand of the New
York City Railway Company called on
Borough President Ahcarn today and
tromUed reform In the matter of the
car service on the lower east aide the
evils of which were graphically de
scribed and pictured In The Evening
World Mr Aheam wrote the oompany
complaining that the service was poor
and the cars so filthy that they consti
tute a menace to life and health Mr
Abeam threatened an appeal to the
AttorneyGeneral It conditions were not
S Immediately bettered
Mr Vreeland explained that he would
have replied earlier but that he was
out of the city lie promised to Inves
tigate at once and to make any changes
In cars and schedule that the Borough
President asks
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Mr Ahearn sent an Inspector with
Mr Vroeland to demonstrate that hoe
conditions complained of really exist I
The Inspector brought back word that
Mr Vreeiand would write during the
day and state formally In tho name
of his company what he purposes to
do and when he Intends U dj It
FOUL STRIKE RULE I
STILL UNSETTLED
Rules Committee After Sev
eral Hours Session Adjourns
Until This Evening
After being In session several hours
the Rules Committee of the National
Commission adjourned at 3 oclock this
afternoon to meet afaJn at 7 oclock
this evening without taking any action
on the foulstrike rule
The National League stands pat on
the rules aa taey now are The Arner
lean League Is after a change and It
Is expected that a tight will be on to
night for the adoption of tho foulstrike
rule
TULLYS SLAYER IN TOMBS
Killing Sold to lie Due to an Old
Grudge
Michael J FUrley of No 203 Bowory
who shot arid killed acorfeo Tully a
bM steamfltter In
front of u new
building at OM Hundred and Thlrtv
Hfth street
yesterday ftornajn was
commuted to the Tombs without ball
by Coroner ficholer today
WJtneaseu told the Coroner that the
shooting was the result of un old
grudge The inqueat will be held next
week Tully died on the way to the
horpltnl Just before the ambulance was
wrecked by a southbound trolley car
at Eighth avenue and One Hundrnd
and Thirtyfifth atreot
Americans Fight Duol I
PARIS FEB li Tha Liberia today
prints an anonymous communication
alleging that a duel woo fought Satur
day night t between two Americans in
which eno of them was Injured Tin
offlcliU of the Prefecture of Police cay
affair they have no knowledge ot ouch aa
L k if ibJ t 1 l e4
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CINCINNATI MAN
SOLO INVITATION
TO THE WfDDING
Resident of Longworths
Home City Got 400 for
Bid to White House
ANOTHER CARD MISSING
Admission Ticket Separated in
Some Way from the Reg
ular Invitation
Special to The Evening World 1
WASHINGTON IV HAl the iVhlte
House today It Is believed the Investi
gators have practically located the par
son who sold his Invitation to the I
RooseoltLongworth wedJlra for 400
There Is a possibility that two Invlta
tkm cards Instead of one were sold
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It Is now pretty certain that sorreboly
In Cincinnati the home city of the bride I
groom disposed of one of the cards for
a cash consideration Another lulta
Won reached an address In another city
with no admission card Inclosed If the
mystery Is unravelled the person who
sold his card and the person who
bought It will he subjected to onbar
rassnent should either of them under
take to secure admittance to the Execu
tive Mansion next Saturday
Some of those who got their tickets
In due and accepted form wont be
much better ctt Those who are
assigned to the red room and the green
room will not be able to see the cere I
mony which will bo In the east room
j Those nearest the doors of the smaller
1 rooms may be able to catch a peep at
I the wedding party as It flies in but
I after that they will have to content
theraaflves with hearing the service
and with locking at the waving frond
picture hat nlumes and bebuttoned
bucks of modish princess frocks
Gift of the Bridegroom
Congressman Longworths gift to his
bride arrived today from Cincinnati
It Is a necklace ot perfectly matched
diamonds In a rather unusual and ar
tistic setting Each of the stones
weighs about threefourths of a carat
I Mr Lon worth In his big auromobllo
personally carried the necklace to the
I White House and with his own hands
clasped It about the slender throat of
Miss R < > scvelt tha she might admire I
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Its affect This necklace Is to be worn
by tho hrlJe at the wedding
Curiously enough no gift has come
from the Czar of Russia Daron Rosen
will send a personal gift but his Im
perial ruler has evidently been too
greatly harassed by troubles at home
lately to select any token for the Presi
I dents daughter It is probable that
Denmark will be the only other Impor
tant European nation that falls to offi
cially recognize the marriage of the
Presidents daughter by sending a gift
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This Is excused on the ground that the
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court of Denmark Is now In mourning I
George U Cox the Republican boss
of Cincinnati and Mr Longwor hs po
I litical sponsor Is sending Miss Roose
velt a superb cutglass water pitcher
Bracelet from Kaiser
Great Interest was felt today In the
gifts from the Emperor of Germany
and tho Emperor of Austria which
I were expected to arrive by night or
sooner There was general belief that
the Kaiser would send a bracelet not
one of the little plain bracelets that
the late Queen Victoria used to bestow
upon royal brides of the European
Continued on Secon Page
CONGER GIVES WARNING
OF TROUBLE IN CHINA
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LOS ANGELES Cal Feb K Kdward
M Ccnger for many years United States 1
Minister to China and who Is staying
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I at Pasadena for the winter Is quoted i
In an Interview on tlio present anti
foreign agitation In CWna us follows 1
The United States should warn China
against a repetition of tie terrible note
of a fow years ago A show of war
ships should bo made to Impress un
to Government of China that the trou
Ulco must not bo repeated ana will not
bo tolerated I vim satisfied that serious
trouble will come but do not expect ttmt I
It TviU bo directed especially against the
United States but will be against the
re4srong Manchu dynasty
Tho Manchurlans are Insignificant In
numbers and the present uprtilng Is fur
the purpose of establishing a nw
dynasty and not to oust foreigners
continued Mr Conger The most vio
lent disturbances will be In the southern
provinces and will endanger all foreign
InterestS
Amorlcini within the stone of the re
belMou arc liable to be hurt before they
can get out and that Is why the United
States rfhojld let China know that It
will not tolerate for an Instant anything
inimical to the Interests of Its cItizens I
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Sunday World Wants
Work Monday Wonders
1 FOOTBALL LID ON TIGHTER THAN EVER AT COLUMBIA
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Rumor that a gridiron team was to be organized to play under revised rules Is met with the official state
ment that the game has been ruled out of the university I
WINNERSHARD TO FIND
S AT NEW ORLEANS TRACKS
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Fourth Race at City Park Declared OffTalent
Has Several Ups ets Long Shots Fin
ishing in the Money
I FAIR GROUNDS NEW ORLEANS
FolK HThe carl pi rented nero tuday
Is above the average the feature being
a mIe tuJ a half tandlcap The track
Is very pasty aid the talent received
several upsets Tto opening race was
captured by a 12 to 1 tiot
riRST RACK Fhe and n hat furlongs
clllnit
BettIng
Starters Heights ami Jockeys Ktr Il
oroud Ohio 101 higgins 14 1
Whorl 114 U Hmltn J 1
htnajidoah 10 tlayci 2 u s
rotrachn 103 Manrtors M in
tireo 102 Frooroan 4 > o
Ar i nnl Ill Bovvell 4 s
JIIII Carroll IKI P Walsh 30 IO
Marvel iS 101 Dorntnon K ft
baultberj 111 J Martin 12 J
Abjure 01 N cane 5 j
Won by Norwood Ohio Whorler was
second and Shenandoah third Time
110
10SECOND
SECOND KACE Thrw and a half fur
OliH
Slartore elc1 > ts and jockeys flatting tltr M
ItaljhcU 112 J Martin 7J Vi
Men litrai luo llaUtke 52 1
rfnlt Olrl lOll Sewcll 62 1
alien Martha 1U2 J Smith 2u 11
Utter Mlis 10 Anderson 15 n
fob AuirastliM 111 Macey 30 S
J J Jr 1UO McDonald 30 i
Ualehed made all tho running and
won by a length from Helen Lucas
who was second all the way Creole Girl
wiis half o length away Time 0 44 45
THIRD RACE Selling ono mils
nUlnlt
Starters weights and jodcoys 8tr PI
Luretla 101 tTewall Ir Vii
Jon Linscr 107 D gains 45
nt JDWrii
Italnlind 113 J Martin 5 2
llr Jack lot Donnlson H l
tMM 111 Llvlncone S 15 I
Yarns Forwo 108 Bell lk > IS
1Ume 144
Luretta went to the front made all
the running and won easlv by three
length fron Joe Lesser who was sec
ond all the way Rain land third all
the way was a length back
half FOURTH RA Handicap mile and a
Betting
Starters wolchti oni Jockeys atr PI
Cnpt ItJb IDS J Marlin S6
Pootllchts Flivorlln 104 lumke 12
Jan Randolph 84 MttnJws 30 3
Capt Bob went to tho front soon
after the ntart and stayed fcre win
ning by a length Foatllfhts Favonte
I was an acer second hi front of John
Randolph Time US
Yale Gives to China
NEW H1AVEN CON FEB 14One
lof the features of tho visit of the Chi
nese Commissioners to Yale University
today was the announcement made by
President Iladlcy that Yale wad decided
to offer frbm permanent funds scholar
ships carrying free tultton to two Chi
n 8e President Had ey also announce
that In the Immediate future free tui
tion will be offered ten Chinese who
may be recommended by the ochjcatlonil
authorities of that country Tftls offer
II ia understood any be made permit
nent
Irish to Ask no Offices
LONDON FEB ItTllo Irish Par
liamentary Party at a meeting this
afternoon In a committed room of the I
aibase of Commons declared against
tho members of the party using their
I poKltlciv to secure government appoint I
ments for their constituents or others
Such ue of their Influence says tile
resolution odooted would ba both In
< one1eoiv and toipropor
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CITY PARK NEW ORLEANS Fel
HThe sprinters hud their Inning this
afternoon The feature event nt live
and onshnlf furlontrs embraced same
of the fastest at the track
Tho card Is a good one and winners
were hard to find as all tile events
were well balanced
FlltST JIACE Four furlongs
flettloir
Starters weIghts dnd jockeys Mr Il
Loin lOS J Jones s 2
Colloquy KM Uormnelll U I
llonare 113 Stllu 5 S
Itojnl Hen las Larsen Ai S
mile Dilo 112 Nlcol j S 35
OJl IVick 103 D Austin 5 2
Time O OT
Won by Lens Colloquy was second
and Monart third
SECOND I1AelOne aid oneQuarter
miles selling
Petting
Starters weights and jockeys btr Il
Fonsoluoa 10U W Mrlnt > ra I 23
Hjinwtui loll j Ilunneifly 12 4
Julia 106 Nlcol 10 l I
llltlo Kllln UK lleffcimali 7 r4
Knowledge 101 I JVi o i a
lfr W olIl IF 1
DrlLarlna 18 Flnr ai 7
llflenon 100 Kocrnor 10 3
Dell lQlh 100 T Carter 100 40
Knonkdgo went to the front and sot
a fast pace followed by Fonhvluca and
Hyvncttui In tho stretch Foualuiti
went tj tile frcnt and won easily by il
IcniXth from llpncttus who bn JubJ
a length Tlme21525
THIHD RACE Selllns seven furlong
hobby
Starter wolghtW1d lockfejs Btr PI
Iti > cluia > liz J Daly 2 45
Jotn Gamer 101 W Mcintyre 02 83
Thl tlq llontlier 102 Kotrner 112 an
lud lAix lUll Jfiifcliu 40 K I
Fox Iluntlci 100 Nlcol 72 73
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Uold Monk I0t Young C > li
Henry of Kranstamnr 1OI Low 3 2
Salt and 1epper 104 SprIngerV4 2g
Inca 101 11 Hmlth M a
i terjoy IW 1 v Cole tti SO
rillfr lOt llcffeman 15 u
meI31 43
Kstcrjoy wont to the front after the
start and made the running fattened
by Rockawiv nnd John Garner In tho
stretch Rockaway went < o the front
and won by a length John Garner was
a length In front of TlilsUe HeaTher
FOfRTII RACE Declared off
FIFTH RACK Five and onehalf furlongs
handicap
mttlnr
St reri nelBhts Jockeys Sir Il
St Joseph 111 J Dal > i I
O1t hayes 113 D AustIn 73 12
Tlchlmliuro 110 Nlcol 52 1
Kareut 114 Larsen in 4
Knickerbocker 102 W Mcintyre S3 R
Nurwoid OT J Henneisy 23 ft
r 910Jl fi
Dr Mack 00 Lowe 8 8
Chief Hayes rondO tho running to the
stretch where St Joseph went to the
front nnd won easily by a length from
Tlchlmlngo who beat Chief Hayes a
length
Letter Carrier Accused
NEWARK N J Feb 14 > Hcrmnn
G Hnrtman a letter carrier was ar
rested by atOtllco Innwtor l
ou this afternoon charged with steal
Ing letters and abstracting money from
the mall Decoy letters ivIUi marked
tillij In them were found III Hartmans
boots MIen ho was searched Numerous
complaints from tie Harrison district
whom Hartnuin collected the mull
caused suspicion to fall on him Coni
tntatloner Ulgelow held him In 12000
bftU
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WESTfRN BLIZZARD
DUE HERE TONIGHT
a
Storm Raging Over Great
Lakes Likely to Hit
New York
New York will be stormswept to
night or tomorrow according to the
olllclal weather sharp The local Weath
er Burtuu has received the following
from Washington
Northwest storm warnings arc dls
plajed at 11 A M from Delaware
Breakwater to New York high north
west winds tonight with cold wave
and possibly snow
A blizzard which struck the Great
Lakes last night Is said Uj be headed
this way This blizzard Is the most
severe that section has felt this win
ter complo1 ely paralyzing all traffic
I Tile W ather Bureau prediction Is that
with the colder weatner today there
will bo rain or snow and that tomor
row the temperature will be muoi
colder
In Bay City Midi lato yesterday
afternoon ono hundred men harvesting
Ice on Saginaw Bay with a dozen
horses were driven aslK ro In a panic
when a sudden northeaster swept down
upon them breaking the Ico Held loose
from shore The ice field was driven
against shore with terrific force piling
barriers ten to twenty feet high
At Muskegon Mich traffic Is blocked
on Interurban lines between Muskegon
and Grand Rapids City traaIon cars
are entirely at the mercy of a heavy
snowfall Mall delivery on rural routes
Is stopped
S At Milwaukee a blizzard developed
Into by far the worst storm of tho
wltvor Train service was demoralized
and telegraph and telephone companies
suffered severely particularly In the
northeastern portion of the State an4
along the Lake Michigan shore S
DINED POPPED AND WERE
MARRIED IN TWO HOURS
An Impromptu proposal of marriage
and the performance of tho ceremony
within two hours U uomotlilng of a rec
ord that has been established by Henry
A Porter Philadelphia manager of a
Western mining company and Miss
Hoba Xeltler daughter of A E Zeltler I
of Columbus N J
Mr Porter met Miss Zeltlor two
months ago In Philadelphia Though
hu considered her a very attractive
young wotian the Idea of courtship
never entered his head They met only
half a dozen times In a rather formal
manner In Philadelphia
Coming on to New York on business
Mr Porter met Miss Keltler quite acol
dontnlly Ho Invited her a supper In
the AValJorfAstorln After supper they
wont out for a walk whoi moved by
n sudden roirntlc Inspiration thin Phil
adelphlan snld Lets pot married
I am agreeable said tho young
lady and they returned to the Waldorf
The clerk obligingly sent for tho Rev
Dr Warren chaplain of the hotel
who tied tho nuptial knot within two
hours after tho couple had sat down to
dinner Mr nnd Mrs Porter are to
dnv at the BeltevucStratford Phlladel
1 ill la preparing for their honeymoon
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POLICYHOLDERS
OF EMPIRE LIFE S
DEMAND ACTIO I
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Women Who for Years Have Paid
Money to Bankrupt Concern Go
from Receiver to JeromeTo
Appeal to Federal Authorities
Two hundred women many of them from out of the city and one
of them from Illinois stormed the offices of the Empire Life Insurance
Company today and later the office of DistrictAttorney Jerome and de
manded that something 1o done In regard to the policies which they have
been carrying for years
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Recently a circular was sent out saying tho policyholders would bo
considered acceptable risks In the Temperance Benevolent Association
which has offices In the same building as the Empire This report was
premature
On Jan 12 Attorneygeneral Mayer forced the Empire Life Into tho
hands of a receiver It was found that there was cash on hand something
In excess of 3000 and thero were outstanding obligations amounting to
several millions of dollars In policies S S
JOHN H MILL
I SHOWS SLIGHT
IMPROVEMENT
Rallies a Little but His
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Son Says He Is a
Very Sick Man
IiAKEWOOD N J Feb 1John C
McCall at the Laurel House this after
noon declared that his father John A
McCall forner president of the Now
York Life had rallied during the morn
Ing and hnj shown a very slight Im
provement thIs afternoon
That does not mean that father Is
out of danger by any menns said Mr
McCall He Is a very sick man He
realizes his cindltlon ivd so do the
members of the family but we are hop
Ing for tho best lIe Is suffering from
liver trouble but Just In what form
tho doctors are tlnabie to determine
None of them have agreed In making
a diagnosis
Father saul this morning that he
wee ready If It was Gods will that he
should go He Raid that ho had lived
Ms life as hu Raw It and that no man
woman or chili could say that ho had
ever wronged them
1 want to deny all the statements
that have been made reflecting upon
fathers mental condition Ills mind Is
perfectly clear clearer at this moment
than It ever was He It as bright as
can bo and Is able to talk
Has Me McCall suffered a stroke of
apoplexy
He has nptabaolutely not
The xathrrlng today finding there woo
I no one In the Empire Life offices made
a descent upon tho receiver George
I Brown of No 1M Nassau street Ij
Brown was helpless and told them so
After seeing a few ot them he save
orders to Uio elevator men that no more
were to be brought to iVe office
Most of the women then marched to
the ofnoo ofJSljtrctAttorre Jerome
He was not In nnd they were met by
Asilstjnt strctAttorney LockWvOd
One woman MU she had paid In JCi5
In premiums upon a policy of JlOCO
illy Rosa A Dcnnelly wfco did moot =
of the talking seeld Se came from
Slmsbury Conn and had paid In fK5
on a policy of JlCOO
They were alvlsed to soa the United
States authorities
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL
UP FOR FINAL ACTION
WASHINGTON Feb HIimedtately
nrcr tlio joutne morning business had
been il > posnl of todiy the subsidy
slilpplng bl was lajj before the San
ato anu Its cOIl l1ertlolI resumed will
the imdrsrunding that It would be
voted on before iiJJournment
Mr Ualllngcr oftered a nonber of
nmerJments on btrtalf of the Merohant
Marine Commission One of them Hm f
Itcil the nunbcr of officers and men la
th proposed naval reserve to 10000
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Hurled Dynamite S
fHtiAfio DKC 1IOno man was
killed and seven others Injured at to
plant 01 the llltiols Steel Company In
uih Clnago tiay when one of
a party of workmen struck with liia
shovel ECTIO djrumlte that hud been
Ictt lying In tho trench In which tha
lion were digging The man who
fltmclc the dynamite was instantly
klllM his body being hurled man feet
through tho air The other men ae all
seriously Injured but T7I11 recover < i
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FifthVan Ness 45 Lady Navarre 25 pi Col Jessup
Sixth Beechwood 72 Chauncey iQlcott 11 pi Flavigny
T S AT CITY PARK S S
SixthDebar 31 Garnish out place Monacodor S
Seventh BerthaE 710 Kara 21 Goldie S
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TO ABOLISH BRilDBE TOLLS XI 0
A resolution was introduced by Borough PresidenLAhearn
n the Board of Aldermen today It I abolish tolls forall vehicles
xcept street cars on both the Williamsburg and Brooklyn I
ridges after lApril 30 It was referred and a public hearing
llbeheld
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RAILROAD YARD FOR
PARK
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A move to make the yards of the Central Railroad atElev I j
mth avenue and Thirtyfifth street into a public park was be I
jun through a resolution introduced by Alderman Lewis oday f
it the Aldermanic meeting It was referred
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NEW SPUYTEN DUYVIL BRIDGE S 11
1000000 for a Hudson memorial bridge over Spuyten fluyvll i
reek The projevt has been agitated by The Evening World j
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