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BEAUTIFUL ALICE ROOSEVELT WEDDING SOUVENIR IN COLORS WITH TOMORROWS EVENING WORlt1
WVIIlEILFnIr inodcrnllnir lonluit nnd Sntnrdnr WEATHER moderntluK tonight and Saturday
FINAL t 1EiW F INAL
RESULTS EDITION I Circulation Books Open to AllI L 2C ffrf ZZ0 I Circulation Books Open to All 1 RESULTS EDITION t
PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 WOO PRICE ONE CENT I
HIGGINS IN RACETRACK GAMBLING W AR
CROWDS FLOCK TO
SEE MARRIAGE OF
ALICE ROOSEVELT
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f Guests Arriving by Every Train and
Baggage Piled High Indicates Dis
play of Millinery and Gowns
to Be Made
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p WASHINGTON Feb 16The capital la crowded by persona Invited
and uninvited who have come to attend the wedding and the reception of
Miss Alice Roosevelt and Representative Longworth
I The hotels are filled and many of those who are here are visiting rela
tives and friends who have social and official positions in the capital
Every train that has arrived today has brought its share ot guests
and baggage containing gowns tor theh reception is piled hIgh at the
railroad station For about every woman there appears to be four at
tendants in the form of milliners dressmakers maids and hairdrisera
The Old Superstition
The Weather Bureau sent Its gift to
Mbs Roosevelt tod < uy The gift was a
bulletin promising clear skies and a keen
fresh breeze for tomorrows wedding
Miss Roosevelt said she appreciated It
There was a rehearsal of the wed
ding with music and lights at the White
House late this afternoon MUs Roes
t volt true to brides traditions made no
appearance today on the streets Mr
Longworth was at the Capitol only
a few minutes
The bride It seems believes In the old
adage about the efficacy ot Something
old something new something bor I
rowed and something blue In a mar
riage costume
For the something old she will wear
some lace which adorned the gown of
her mother when she became Mrs
Roosevelt The something new will be
the wedding gown Itself That wWch
has been borrowed Is a jewellncrusted
liver buckle which adorned the Instep
of a lady of high deBre who moved
gracefully through the minuet in can
dlelit evenings ago This the bride
of tomorrow noon will fasten to her
I slipper Just before she enters the East
Room for the ceremony Tho something
blue will bp a turquoise ring which has
been presented to her by a close girl
friend
At the Bachelor Dinner
In private conversation the President
to known to have expressed himself as
displeased with the pomp and circum
tanco that Is attending rho marriage
To begin he wanted a strictly private
wedding with the guests limited to the
closest friends and kinsfolk
Beltvs overruled by Miss Alice Roose
velt the President sot out to hedge the
ceremony from undue publicity as much
as possible He is responsible to a
great degree for the efforts that are
being made to keep the list of guests
the list of presents and other details
out of print
He Is quoted as saying that so much
publicity over a marriage Is to his
notion unfair to his daughter and to
the people of the country
Meanwhile the premarrlage events
are Increasing Last night the bride
groom gave the farewell bachelor din
ner to his groomsmen and a few spe
cial guests Including his future father
inlaw and Secretary ot War Taft Ma
jor McCauley and other aides at the
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I LONGSHOREMANS QUICK
WORK SAVED STEAMER
A quick blaze that threatened to I
spread In the hold of the steamship
America of the Atlantic Transport line I
was arrested before it did much dam
e this afternoon by quick work on
the part of John Norton In charge of
a gang at longshoremen enraged in
unlosslins the cargo When the fire
engines responded to an alarm tram
the pier at West Houston otreot tho
fire waa out
In tho cargo of the America waa a
consignment of mahogany logs They
f were being hoisted out of the btxld
i with a derrick Friction between a los
r and the chain that held it caused a >
t few sparks
The sparks dropped on a bale of
hemp and the fire was on in a moment
Norton jumped for the firehose but be
Core be got it Into action tfc rewere
two bales of hemp on Irs While he
directed a stream of water at tbat blaze
tho men pulled tho rest of the hlllnP
out ot the way About PJOw1U cover
the damage V
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S fit DUtrlotAttorner Jerome
fUinTTor to the sensational charge
that ha has practically protected
the tsweUoa MMrM
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KING EDWARD
SENDS NO GifT
FOR WEDDING
Great Britain Only Large
Nation Ignoring White
Hous Event
Speclalrt The Evening World
WlSHIINOTON Feb ISKlng Ed
ward of England the European mon
arch who Is supposed to be closest to
the United States has sent Min Roose
velt no wedding present or at I t
It he has nobody knows anything about
It
Every largs country In Europe except
Groat Britain Is already represented
i In the list of presents Secre uay Loeb
said law this afternoon that BO fur as
h know no gift bad come from the
court of St James
The British Dhmbassy here has not
been asked to look after any Consign
ment from His Majesty Ednurd VH
For the British Ambassador the situ
ation has become embarrassing Cor
respond l1ta for London newspapers
here to rercort the wedding say they
cannot understand winy the King should
have failed to join the procession
FELL FROM DOME OF
CHURCH TO HIS DEATH
Herman Elman of No J18 Forrect
street Jersey City while working on
the dome of the Churoh of Our Lady
ot Lourdes at Broadway arfd Aber
deen street Brooklyn slipped and toll
seventyfive foot to the floor
A priest who happened to be near
administered the Last Sacrament An <
ambulance was hurriedly called from
the Kings County Hospital but the
man > was dead on Its arrival
GEORGE E BEST IS PLACED
Named sm Second Deputy County
Clerk tar DooUmt
The boioacfa and oomnty admlartra I
tlon may be depended upon to tako
car ot the Ttunomny pat rtiiavrJl of I
burdens ot oflloa by Mlxyor Mcdellnn
Ftarmer Bridffe Commtealoner Oeorge
H Beat was named today by County
Clerk DooUns ear his ocond deputy
in place of Lou Payno Bon who
drew tbo JUCO tulssy for OMIT yearn
under Oaaettr Ctorlc Thofao t HuinU
ton DrMrtns ttlo OB MT la aboot all the
II01WIoo ot fca KcaaO deputy county
desk baa ia venBaiig
Boss Murphy baa peatar atnohed1
her Berv tAecnth AmftmMy DJstrlot new
Ssr1 Oqrry dIe eactjlairratiher who wio
Seeded eaJuda MoMabon as loader
lut fan to first deputy and with Boat
M second deputy there eflionlfl bo poaoe
ana a MurpSy ratlin In too YIN1
U atL B H WM cwera ta th1a
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MILfAMINUTf T
TRAIN IN WRfCK
NEAR ALBANY
Passengers on Continen
tal Limited Escape with
Slight Hurts
RAN INTO COAL CARS
West Shore Flyer from St
Louis to New York Had
Coaches Filled
AlLBAfTT Feb 16A misplaced
switch at the west end of the Ttnvena
yard about twenty miles from Albany
came near causing a serious loss of life
on the West Shore road at noon today
Train No 4 known as the Continental
Limited eastbound from St Louis to
Now York crossed from the east to the
west tracks by mistake and going at the
rate of sixty miles an hour crashed
Into a heavily laden coal train which
stood on a sld traok nearby
The passienger engine baggagecar
combination and day ooaohes left the
traok and were plied high in the air
with the wrecked coal car
The passengers were badly shaken
up and two whoso names have not
ben learned were sDchUy injured
Conduotor Brewe and Flreman Stabl
were also slightly injured
The railroad men regard the escape
from a disastrous wreck as little less
than II miracle
The Continental Limited left St Louis
at 1 oclock yesterday morning and ran
over the Wabaah Ralrload to Buffalo
where it waa turned over to the West
Shore Railroad It was due in Wee
hA ken at 320 this afternoon
The train consisted of an engine and
seven coaches tour of which were filled
with passengers and which remained on
the rack after the crash
The noise of the collision and the
cries of the passengers who had es
caped any Injury other than shock
ttrougtit ossltunce from the nolflix
Ine fannhousea and the village of
Ravena a short distance away
All ttiepossengers who had been in
the day coaches extricated themselves
with little difficulty and at once began
caring for the Injured conductor and
fireman of the train
How the engine crew escaped Is a
mystery The Impact caused Ore engine
to coo high In the air and tooole over
on Its side while the other cars went
UD over It
Word was telegraphed to Division Su
perintendent Chrystle at Yeohawken
and three wrecking crews were de
saptchcd to tho scone After the neces
sary cars were substituted and another
engine procured the train proceeded on
its way to New York members of the
Injured train crew remaining at Ra
vena
Too man in charpe of the switch
wthPBi Is alleged to have been set
wrong was Henry Smith of Ravena
He refused to talk about the cause of
the accident
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ENGINEER KILLED AND
FAST TRAIN RAN WILD
BINGHAMTON N T Feb 1SJO
seph Leslie a well known locomotive
engineer on the Susquehanna division of
the Erie Railroad running between
Hornellsvlllo and Susauehannu was
killed at the throttle early today while
passing through Wellsvlle and his train
ran wild until it reached ElmIra
Leslie who was engineer of a flast
train reached out of the cab in Corning
to catch orders banded to him on a
ring when his head struck some pro
jection and ibi was presumably Instantly
killed
Itonsln tihrourh this city his body
hung out of the engine cab the hold
striking semaphores nnd gates SlUt
blued lietoir Bellied all alone the track
The towertnen noticed something wrong
from the fact that the freight was then
running at the rate of a mile a minute
and they cleared Ute track ahead
The conductor made his miv over the
train and set tho airbrakes The fireman
a new man was not aware of the death
of the engineer until Wellsbvnr was
reached tho engine being of tho Mother
Hubbnrd type
typeSLAYER
CHICAGO SLAYER WHO
KILLED THREE HANGED
CHICAGO Feb 15 Robert New
comb colored was executed In the
county jail today His neck was
broken and death was Instantaneous
Kewoomb was hanged for the murder
at Police Berg tohn P Shine last
October but ho had killed two other
persona just before shooting the officer
One ot his victims was Mrs Florence
Poore a colored woman of whom he
wae Jealous Nowoomb who had been
drinklns heavily shot and killed Wai
t Blue 0 oqlored man whom he met
1 nto saloon just after the murder of
Vtn So1 and whom he hot nth out
tb1I alIght t CUIS
niWet mnew tJtiiUd in an effort
o 4rckil1id
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good hout
MGOVYANQ4ii d
TO MAYOR AWAY
fROM MURPHY
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Break Comes in a Lively
Board of Estimate
C Scrap
The first open break between the Mc
Clellan and Murphy forces was made to
day at the meeting of the Board of
Estimate and Apportionment It ended
with President McGowan of the Board
of Aldermen apparently on tho side of I
the Mayor
The Board had beengoing along In the
old dreamy way adopting resolutions
without any comment Then came the
proposition No 61 on tho calendar
tear down Tompkins Market between
Sixth and Seventh streets on the Bow
ery and put up a tenstory building to
house as many of the city departments
as could be accommodated
I candidly confess the Mayor said
that I know little about the oropo
sltlon Why should we build at that
planer
Well we own the site the Comp
troller replied and you can see wfcat
we will save
I personally do not believe we want
a building at that place said Mr Mc
Gowan I think we ought to have some
place nearer City Hall and for that
reason I move that a special committee
be appointed by the Mayor to Investi
gate and report
The Mayor declared the motion carried
and at onco named as tho committee
the President of the Board of Alder
men the Comptroller the Chief Engin
eer of the Board of Eetlmata and the
Chief Architect of the Municipal Art
League Aheama name was omitted I
Mr Abeam became white and for the
first time in years lost his temper He
demanded to know why he was left oft
the committee
Can His Honor give one engine pre
cedent for this strange action 1 he cried
There havo been many cases was
the cpol reply
Can the Mayor recall one single In
stance In the past two years of hU ad
ministration for such an attitude do
wended Adorn hotly
Mr McGowan started to throw oil
on the troubled waters but it was too
Lite While he wns talking tho ilayor
was doing the same thing In the
midst of It Ahearn broke loose with the
statement I
I would not serve on Our commit
tee anyhow after what has happened
The Mayor went on and then came
a roll call When It caai to Mr
Ahearns turn ho fairly yelled
I refuse to vote at all
So do I said President Coler of
Brooklyn
The Mayor paid no attention but
called the next Item on the calendar
Later on Mr Abeam again refused to
vote on that or any other proposition
Let me explain began President
MoQawun but was Interrupted by the
Borough President
I need no explanation or informa
ns of any kind from you thundered
Ahearn
Then the Board eparated The Mayor
and President Ahearn brushed elbows
Mr Abeam bnudod afterward No
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FAWRITC RAN UNPLACED
I IN CITY PARKS FOURTH
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Goldie Second Choice Took Lead in Stretch
and Beat Merry Acrobat Easily in Run to
Wire Joe Lesser Scores at Fair Grounds
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FAIR GROUNDS NEW ORLEANS
Feb 16The card of six races here to
day was rrado up of wellmatched
fields The track was still stow and
tine heavy going plodders got the play
The Don was the winner of the opening
event the good price of 10 to 1 being
laid against him
FIRST RACE Six furlong
Hotline
Starter welirhtxiM jockeys Str PI
Penlin 1o Vltlatoe 18 IS
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Mordella 110 Perkins 12 a
OaJlam 112 Bobbins 5 2
Teddy r rw > tTroo < l 112 Beden10 10
Water Pansy 112 Perrlne IS 0
Frank Rice US Freeman 30 10
Ponea 112 o Martin is o
Triple Sitter 110 lloea O2 SS
King Oem 97 Sowall 2 45
Lady Ethel 02 Jobarua tin 4jg
Maggie LJeber 110 Anderson 20 8
Cottage Staid 110 Dell 13 6
The Plains 115 DtnnUon TO 8
1li A g 3
Katherine L Ii J Batu 00 20
Gallant went to the front coon after
the stan and made the running to the
stretch where there was a general clea
ns up In tho drive that followed
Fenian a good thing backed from U to
15 to 1 got up In time to win by a
head from Mortlrila who beat Gallant
a neck Time 110 46
BDCOND RACE Six furlonn
BttUnr
Starter weljrht < nd jockey Sir tIM
Elaitlc 115 J Martin M 4n
Hyacinth 100 Swell 72 3J
Lancastrian OT P rrln 5 2
A11UU 110 Dobbin 20 S
rrouacki 110 t Smith 20 8
i raomtn 110 LIvingston 12 B
anereatl 106 Heffennan is 3
JUKkjr 110 DeLI 2O 8
YUt 6lenn 04 P Welsh 20 S
Llaierlck 112 Dennison 2 3 s
Cotor1n 100 J McIntyre 13 0
Elastic made all the running and won
In a drive by a head from Hyacinth
who beat Lancastrian a head for the
place
THIRU RACE Selllns four furlonn
I rurlhIDettlnJr
Starters weights and jockeys Str PI
I Kalvlta 1XV Bewail T10
King Leopold 110 Brdll S 83
helen lucas Jill J Martin 82 1
Weather Vane 112 L Smith 20 A
I Queen Babe 108 Anderson 29 7
lelmuth tOt Freeman C3 T
Jofothy M ice Ulrunton 20 A
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Itaclc Bnamel 114 Bobbin 18 R
Itetlaw IDS nell 23 7
Tlm OtSOl4
The field ran In close order to the
stretch headed by Helmutn In the
scramble through the stretch Salvlsa
went to the front and won by a length
Icing Leopold was second a length In
front rrt Helen Lucas
FOURTH RACE Selling mile and seventy
yard
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I Starters welch and jockey Str PI
Jo Lesser 101 Sewell 0 5 43
I < rlck > han 105 li dell un 4A
nnon U0 1 Jones OS 13
r ort Worth OO Dsironi 40 ia
Inrr
Marvin Nal Ml OoMjtfln 20 N
inerland 1U Hll 40 12 I
hickory Comers Hft Perth 40 12
llalnland ill J Martin 12 III
Won by Joe Lesser Hlskshaw was
second end Cannon third
To Die but forDoath Penalty
COLUMBUS 0 FEB 18Trank
Castor of Canton 0 mho shot and
killed Policemen Dsvla saane months
ago and who te condemned to die In
the electric chair April e eold today
Wiat the Ohio Lesidature ought not to
abolish the death p t lty for murder
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CITY PARK NEW ORLEANS Feb
16An Interesting card was down for
decision here today The fields were
of a nice size and the betting brisk
The days sport started badly for the
form players when Fenian backed by
the wise folk from 20 to 1 djwn to
12 to 1 squeezed home In front by a
head
FIRST RAPE Sellln etn furlongs Batting
Starter weights and Jockey Btr PI
The Wn 112 ri Oat 10 4
Lineal 101 n Smith a > S
Tnplola 107 J Jonei 3 j
Oavenivirt loll O Taylor la 5
J W Johnson 101 D Austin 10 8
Bradley let 11H W Mclntyre 20 8
Hurvert Time 101 Teffernao a J
Charlie Dlckton 100 Muiiro 10 4
Mary Worth 1OT Hohoen 20 H
6outhamplon 107 D OConnor 12 ft
Henry or Franttamar 104 Lowe S a
Plller 101 Harrlnn 20 8
Harvest Time cut out the pace fol
lowed by Henry of Fronstomar and
Marv Worth They ran this way to the
stretch wnere The Don went to the
front and won In a drive by a length
from Lineal who was a length In front
of Taplola Time 1 31 45
SECOND RACK Btetpltehaie short
court
Betting
Start r w I hu and jockeys SIr PI
Cuitui 182 Bobel 15 0
Python 130 Caddy 72 85
Malcolm M 142 C Stiller T tIB
Redman 132 Elllvm 65 28
Oblo King 1BO McClatn T Z
lieu Man ISO Archibald 12 4
Won by Cuatus Python was second
and Malcolm M third
THIRD RACK Selling one mile
Starter weight and jockeys Betting Sir P1
Jack Jdsen uxj T Carter 10 4
ri lri
Ilira SO Heferman 73 IM
Delcarlna Pox hunting ne Finn 100 D Austin 12 12 3 R
Capt Brown 80 Koemer B 2
LUber Gore 04 Orenr t 2
Cambridge 94J Henneuy 5 2
Tr pon 100 Manon 100 40
nuiwannon 100 FlnnNran 60 20
Oalmeda 60 Lowe 10 4
The Trifler 100 weNtCoi 5 a
Econotnlit 101 bert
40 12
Tlme1L44 81
Ezra made the running followed by
Jack Adams and Trepan They ran
this way to the stretch where Jack
Adams closed on Ezra and In a hard
drive won by a head Ezra was a
length In frrtit of IMIrariao
FOURTH RACE eelllnc one mile
mileBitting
Starter weights Jockeys Str PI
Oildl 80 Hanman 3 I
Merry Acrobat 100 Pendergut 15 9
Ambertta 104 W Mcintyre 02 115
loll 101 Farrow 20 8
Rutanne Roclnmara 101 Hormnelll 13 6
Bin Iee DO Herferman 61 SS
Tryon 100 II Smith 10 4
WetwrilMdft 101 Obert SO 10
Wick ford fiI R Power 40 13
Suzanne Rocamore went to the front
at trc start and nvado the running fol
lowed by Goldie end Amberlta They
ran this way to the stretch where Gob
dle took the lead and won eatlly by a
length ffom Merry Acrobat who beat
Amtoerltn a head Time 111 S5
7000 Join in Strike
FlUME HUNGARY FEB tiJTh
strike of ah p stokers which broke out
liere come time ago for an Increase cX
wages baa now become general In the
local shipyards Over 7000 men are out
TIle strikers are compelling Ute shops
tOologssdthe troopa are guarding
pr pertv
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GOVERNOR ALARMS
BETTING MEN BY I
TALK OF NEW BILL
Legislative Measure Blotting Out Per
cyGrey Law and Making Turf
Gambling a Felony Backed
by Churchmen
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Special to The Evening World
ALBANY Feb 16A bill to make gambling within race track en
closures a felony was introduced today by Senator CassIdy and Assembly
man Lansing
The International Reform Bureau the New York Society for the Sup
pression of Vice the Christian Endeavor Society aud ministerial associa
tions throughout the State are said to bo back of the measure
A campaign In favor of the bill Is to be conducted throughout the State
A large mass meeting is being planned for Albany by leading pastors Meet
ings are also to be held In other cities and churches in every city and vil
lage in the State are being urged to take up the question
FATALLY HURT
AS HE WALKED
ALONGPARK HOW
Beam Drops from Federal
Building Striking Man
on the Head
While walking along the Park Row
slda of the Federal Building James
Murrlnl tiVntwo years old of Bush
wick avenue Jamaica was struck on
Wie head bj a tog beam which fell from
Die fifth floor His skull was fra
tureJ and he will probably die He was
taken In an ambulance to tie Hudson
Street Hospital
A painter employed by the New Yl > rk
Ladder Company was lowering a piece
of < cafrolillnR fiorn the IalUltim when
suddenly onn of the pirts broke lu ise
and fell to Ihe streetE W JcfTfson
of No tSO Hudson Street tho contractor
was heM by the polIe to await the
result of Murrlrls Injuries
JURY COULDNT SOLVE IT
Enable to eDrldr Whether or Sot
Dordalmnn HUB a Double
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In the case of George Bordalman a
Brooklyn engineer charred with steal I
Ing a motor cycle In Harlem the jury
today disagreed A halfdozen wit
nesses Identified him as the thief
On the other hand many reputable
witnesses swore he was In Brooklyn at
the time ot the robbery His lawyer
declares he had o double and that nil
arrest was a case of mistaken Identity
Plans for tills extensive agitation have
been formed Rev A S Gregg Field
Secretary ot the International Reform
Bureau who Is In the city made the
following statement today concerning
the measure
This proposed legislation is a protest
against the demoralization attending
race gambling and against the shame j
less violation of tho Constitution which
expressly prohibits all Tartu ot gam
bling J
I Dodger In Present Law <
I Nearly jlOOOWO Is lust and won on J
the race tracks every year There Is a i
I direct connection between A large j
amount of sualln and tha rae tracc
I Common gambling Is a felony out 11
lha penalty for Bamblns on races with
in race enclosures was msenlou null
ified bj the LegUlatuiu of ISK P lr Icu
larly In the fusjase of the Percy Gray
I bIll
As the law now stands the only
lesai action pusdlulu In cvmneiiou q
wllli race gambling Is for the nuatilef
WiN loses on a rutu course to bue tho
winner toi the amount lost while the
same no of gambling outside a race
track enclosure Is a telony punishable c
by impilsonmcnt and a tine i 4
Ai Inony Comstoek describes the sit I
I uation exactly when he says a person
amrkle an Inch board fence Inclose J
a ace couise who bells a pool with
lus right ImnU to a icison upm the
outsldo of tne fence and with his left
hand duplicates the transaction with
ai ether person upon the Inside of the f
I tii cc s un his right side a felon while
h s left side Is sound on the constitu
I tion ami It may be added Is exempt
from prosecution for felony
Phe putieai or tho CairsUlyIHnslns 1
I hill would bring till Klnmlln lau Into
I harmnny with the Constitution by re
poullnr the features which nrovdo the t
tht special and cMliislvo penalty for
inmbllnc on race courses ant make It i
Irurofslble for thn e Interested cubllo i
ninul to stop tho riot of race gambling a
wjilrh dnorallzes so many thousands f
of DCI > > Ip each soisop
I HIggins Leans to It
Gov higgins said today that several
of those prominent In the movement to
prohibit gambling at racetracks caUed
nil him and urged his support of the
bill
billThe
The present law permitting sam
bllng he said was passed a uumber
of years ago I wan In tha t nate at
the time and was one of three or tour
Senators who opponod the measure be
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UtE RESULTS AT RTfi c S I
Fifth Van Ness 12 JJsury out place Storer HIII TAT I
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Fitth CIoer Hampton 151 Limerick Girl 31 pi Loohgoll
Sixth Monocottor 92 Grenade out place Lucy Young c
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PAT CROWE ACQUITTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE 1
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iDWAHA Net Feb 161Pat Crowe was acpuittettbya
Jury late today on the charge of kidnapping young Cudahy i
The ver Tot was received with cheers by a big throng +
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MMIiLY OF FOUR IBURNEDi
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DOMNPON NS Feb 5Four persons were burned to 7
jeatb tdday when the house owned and occupied by Anton
Stetka an Austrian was destroyed by fire The victims were
tetka his wife and their two children
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HOCHS PETITION REFERRED TO PARDON BOARD
CHICAGO Feb 16Gov Dineen has referred to the State
bard of Pardons the petition of Johann Hoch for a commilta
< ton of sentence If the sentence oIJie Court is earned out
Jocn v1H be han here next Friday i
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