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KING'S UNCLE HERE PLANS
Abe Attell, Beaten by "K. O." Brown, Says He
Ui Twiliri worses.
PRICE ONE CENT.
NATIONAL A. C.
O'Rourke Says Champion Is
Stalling Public to Save
Big Frisco Match.
HAS GONE BACK FAR.
Cocaine, Featherweight Says,
Robbed Him of Skill and
Made Palzer Wonder.
Tim O" Hotirke replbd In strong terms
this afternoon to Abe AltAll'S BOOST
tloni". made earlier 'n the day. before
the Roxinit Commission thai he ni
doped by Hm elnb physician of the Na-1
tlonal A. C. before hi bOlli with K. O. I
iirown loot Thursday night.
"The trouble with Attr!'." said
M'Hninhc. that ha ' iH h gone hacK
nd hei lull trying to stsll the public I
into 1'olle.lng ot herwl so. Hi- ,'elPtng
i Ice n whlpfmd due; now Juit to wvr hie '
match In Prlseo with Johnny Kltbane.
"Th ojrrlcst par; of lit. testimony bo
"vc tii Boxing ComntlMlon i hli .t
tsmpi lo rain tho papulation of rti
labia physician whose sols aim in in
ctlnc cocatno Into Ms hand wag to trln
him. Tho physician ths same th!n I
t i Al Falzer before ho tough hnth Kon- .
ncdy and Kn ttfma i, It's funny t ' i n 1 1 h I x t
i ntmoni snouia put raitei int.. the
impi'-. ' claaa air Attoll in
lust the opposite way.
,-I.UB HAS BARRED ATTELI "OR
"Tha nonr.i of Dlrsotori of tho .
Monai Club," oontlnuad O'Rourks, 'mo
already barred Attoll from over ap
pearing In Ho arena. Tho board tool,
thli actio. i solely because of Attsll'fl
accusation of ita . m . lal phyalclan. .1 j
man who atnnda high In his profit
"I have boon quoted hi savin? At
toll faked 11 with Brown. I never
made suoh .1 atatemont. 1 know Al
tall dldn'l faks It. lit- limply lin't I
tha man ho Uasd t" ba. Tliai kbm evl I
ilont In tho tight with .Matt Wells at !
1 . Qardsn."
ATTELL'S STATEMENT BEFORE
On hi way to oatcli thI 11.40 train
Waat thlH aftoinoon, Attoll, In obad
tlaiio... to u aummoni aervad upon him by
tha gtala hoxhik Dommiaaloni iimpped
In on the OonmiMtonapi to toll how It
waa thai ho put up auotl a wolrJ ovlilhl
ilon of b"XliiK w iion ho mot K. O. BrOWB.
Undflf oat. 1 tin' iiui" fautharwa.g'ht do
lared that througOout tho rtgut hla
nlnd waa ul blank. Ilia bt.ilu. lag, arm
iiud IVatl lilo eyoH rffuaoit t work, ho
WONi all tho raaUll of holnr doicd wll .
oocalne by tha club phyahian. Whlthar
no waa given too mutrn of tha drug mu
'loloualy or accidentally, Attoll ayvllnod
Tha roault of Attoll 0 toattmony Is
that another hearing will be given
U'odneailay afternoon In the Cotniiila
ston'a Inveatlgatlon Into the tight, when
ina dub doctor (whoaa name waa not
mcntlonnd), Tom O'Hourka iwho flg.
nred largely In Attell a atnry, and
whom ho aaaertod to be hia litter
.nani.vi. Attell'a HBBBgi at tha light
and apeotatora will ba aummonod to
tell what they aaw. The commission
departed from Ita uaual procedure to
day and permitted nowapaper men In
the trlul room, and at the Imitation
Of the 'ommlaalonera the reporter! is.
aiated in the examination of the ac
One of the flrat queatlona put to At
toll by Major Dixon, who began the ex
amination, waa whether he knew of or
neai'd of any "arrangement" with
Danny Morgan, Brown'a manager, and
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Co. tTh Sow
VICTIM DIES FROM
Lexington Avenue Jeweller
Succumbs rter Two Years
Maurice Tannenhoti. a toweiior, of
Nn. IH tjeaington avenue, t ed today
in tho Presbyterian Hoapltal from th"
effeotl nf a bullet wound Inflicted on
Oct. IBB by a burglar who entered
tin1 Tannenltola itore und itole 11,100
worth of dlamonda. The man a ho did
tho ihootlng aacaped in a taxlcab and
hta not been raptured.
Tim robbery waa tho rirat in thli
dty In which laxbah waa tuod. Til
car drew up In front of the atore run
by TennoBholi and his mother at 6
o'clock in the evening, and a ta'.l, pftlltd
man, oil dreaaod and nervoug, anterad
and preaented a forged letter of lntio
duotlon, Tho letter itated me it ranger wanted
in link in ioma dlamonda, Mr. Tannin
hoti produced tray nf gem a The rob
n, grabbed handful and started out
Mi. Tinnenholi eiaayed to nop him
Tli.' Ihlef alto' tho Jeweller tvvl o In the
ibdometii ran around the corner into
sixtb-ih itreet. Jumped into the waiting
4axlcH and got awny alter an tacltlng
The wounded leweller was I a Ken to
Preibytertan Hoapltal. Onn of the bni
leta was racoveredi but the other could
not bo found, in the course "f 1 f,-
n'eeka Mr. Tannonholi apparently re-
covert hla health.
A few m nih. ago ho nu'.ed a swelling
on the abdomen. There waa no pain
fur u time and he delayed conaultlng :i I
doctor. When he did go to aae a spic
lallat Abcre waa some delay att.iJln
treatment. Finally nn operation was
advised and Mr TannenhOlS was ad
mltted to Pi iiatiyterlan Hoapltal two
The SUrgeone found the old bullnt. It
had wasted away certain Hasina and
produced a complicated ease of hernia.
Thriy operations won- found Aeceaaai 1
hut Mr. Tannenhols did not Improve,
He waa o weak last nlitht that blood
transfusion w-as resorted to Jonas
OoMBtaln, Air. Tsnnenhols's hair broth-i"-.
volunteered to furnish the blood, and
.1 qugrl of the tluld waa pumped from
hla veins Into the veins of the patient.
The relief gained from the transfusion
was of SllOli duration.
Jamas Q Jgrnlagon waa grfagiad a
fow Weeks after the Tannenhols rob
bery for holding up and rubbing a
chauffeur in Osntral Park. Detectives
Insisted 1 hat Jamleson waa Implicated
In the TannsnholS affair, but neither
Mr. Tannenbolx nor others who aaw the
ahootlng could Identify him. Ho Is
now In prison serving a ten-year term
for the Central Park crime
GORE WANTS PRESIDENTIAL
CAMPAIGN FUNDS FACTS.
PAsTHINOTON, Jan 2J.-retiator Qon
of Oklahoma to-day Introduced a Joint
resolution for a Jult.t Congressional In
vastlgstlon of the Presidential campaign
funds of IBB and IBM and as goon a
practl '1'ie of Mill, nis resolution would
BOOlHita UtO.0011 for the InvoafttvatlAn V.
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The rress rebltshlne
York World I.
Railroad Men, Asleep in Private
Car on Illinois Central,
LIMITED HITS EXPRESS.
Passengers Shaken Up at Kin
mundy, ill., hit n Escape
OBJfTRAI.TA, ill . Inn. 22 a ear.en 1
lilsion bctw n two taM BOVttTt-bountl
trains on the Illinois Central oa-ly to
day at Klnmundy, twenty mlloa north
if this City, brought Instant death to J
t. Harahan, former President of the n
linols Central, and three other promi
nent railroad men, Tin other victims
B. B. FEinoE. general eollottor
for the Illinois Csntral.
B. B. WBIOKT, son of former
ecratary of War Luke 8. Wright
and connected with the Illinois
Central legal department.
r. O. MEi.cHust, second Ttce
rrealdent of the stock Island Ball
road. Kxcoptlne Byron H. Curry, Mr. Moi
hor's private soorotary, who waa St in
otiely Injured, and the fireman of ono of
tho locomotives, whose log was broken
no one on either train received more than
minor ntsrts, although awry paai n
was more or s shaken up The fou
cillroa.l inen wore J in their berth
In a private car attached to the lyrtl
of a train h idlng t tho station a
:nuiundv Am r trait, runnln
Bfty t i:iea nn hour, nraa into it.
FCUR VICTIMS KILLED IN THEIi
ThS private oar waa Completely de
mollshsd. to teirinc was t;.c Impact o
the collision that the lives of the foui
victims were snuff.sl oat aa they tdept
Thty never knew what happened.
The private car was that USSd by M.
Mslchsr. Tub other gentlemen wen
his. gtu su, bound for Memphis for ..
oo&ference io-day between rallroi i oil
clala, who are planning to uulld a brligi
over the Mississippi River there.
Bssldfs the lour men who were killed
and Bsorstary Curry, there eSTe In the
private car at the time of tho accident
Thomas B. BUT bee, attorney for the
Hock island for the States of Doutslan 1
and Arkansaii and two negro pollers
Mr. Burbee'l borth was In the forward
part of the car agist SSOaPS was mirac
ulous. The wreckage piled up behind
anu aiieau or hla compartment, placing
mm in a sort of pocket, and he escaped
wiin painxtll bruises and cuts.
One of the porters was 011 tho station
platform. The other was in a room' In
me ssirsms forward part of tha car
He escaped practically with no Injury
How It happened is beyond explanation
The MslChOS osrty left Chicago ai
."..4" o'clock last nlgilit, th.-i,. car betny
attached to the rar of train So. 1,.
tha New Orleans sapraaa This tra.:.
was composed of stuci ooacnss and
aleepers. The jnlvato car wub old an.;
of less aul'suntlal construction than
Following Hie New Orleans Express
down through Illinois waa the Panama I
Limited, one of the finest and fasti t
trnlna on the Illinois Central. This tru.n
was composed entirely of veal mledl
sleepers. It wus due to pass No. Jj at
a point south of Cent. alia.
BOTH TRAINS LATE OWING To
Owing to the extreme raid w -.ither
both trains Wsrs behind time, 'i'lis New
Orleans oxpr-ss was due at Klnmundy
at U.M o'clock, but did not loach the
station. Which I a legulur atop fji (hat
train, until UM o'clock.
There Is a scarcity of water In this'
part of the Slat... BJaosntly an order
wus Issued for all trains southbound to
take water at Klnmundy. This order
is blamed, indirectly, for ths wnscki al
though there are contradictory slate,
ments as 1 1 the cane.
One VSrslon Is that a freig t train
Was at tiie wai-r tank at Kminnid,
w uen tiie New Orleans express puiieu
In and that the freight was alow in
getting away and giving the locomo
tive of toe paaaanger train a ohanee
at the tank It In said th- engine. 1
and eonduotor of No. 2j, although they
had orders to take a siding at Kin
mundy and let the limited puh.
.bought the snglnser 'of ths limited
would slow up at Klnmundy for water.
obeying general orders.
The conductor of tho New Orleans
express Insists that ha sent back a
" Mnan with a rad light to protect
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WILEY NOT GUILTY,
Democrats an J Republicans
Unite in Backing Expert in
His War With Wilson.
WASHINGTON, .Tan SS - Dr. Harvey
w. wiiey is held ' not guiit" of son-
piracy to tvade tl e law In a report
tiled with t e HOIIM Io-day l.y the cotll
mlttcu WhlOh OOndUOtl I an InVBStlgS
Hon hist August Into the charges upon
which President Taft was asked to d!
mllS the nail 'i's ohlsf ofMmlat from the
Not onl) does the eommlttas absolvs
Dr. Wiley from criticism for the .n,.,
ployment -.t K. K. Busby of New
York as a Oovarnmonl expert at a
technical rat.- of tin per day, but It at- I
tacks tin whole administration of the'
National . .. Pood law, and demands I
of Congrosi action to shanga Km
method in tin- Department of Agrlcul I
turo by wnlch the law Is now ipnltod.
The n.oalled v 1 . ine...-l rati. i. mm.. :
. , . . .
from the chgrgSI made In the Agr!-ul-
tural Denartaonti mat or, Wiley, Dr.
W. I'. Blgelow and Dr. I. l". Ksblsr,
all of tic Bureau of Chemistry, had
ssorstly irrsnged with Dr n H. Rugby
of Ne.v Volk, no that the latte.- noej
work mil:. Ighty duya In the yea: fur an
annua; salary of Jl.'Xi. Th s was do.
claed to ' a dell .crate i vah. ih of tho
astahlis -i limit of t per day.
nn- i ri "f ii.e tommltte on ex -
pendltgei in tie- Agricultural Depart-
gwnt la tigged by all of th rnesnosrs.
Doino'-rals and lb putillcius a ik- it de -
elates 'nn' Dr. WUS) and hi, Iganigglgg
oommunli'sted tie- facta o Dr, itusby's
employ ment tuny to aecretary v llson.
It holds, howsver, that the c,o,tr.i 't for
the smploymenl of Dr. Busby is tech
nically Illegal and re ommondg that
L'onirssi make gpsolflc piui.slon for the
cinp.o.i u.-nt of experts In me Agricul
The CORVmlttSS miltea a sweep. n
arltlolgm of the matboda of fie depart,
ment It recommend! that me eblof of
the horeau la irlvoo t'le full bswm
w hich t ie law s WDOtSSS 111 m to have. !
over all employes of tho bureau: that
the BOBrd of rood and lung laapaotloa
be made up Bhtirsly fi'om Altliiu the
Bureau ot Cbemlstfy; and ttaal ti
power u( the tiol.cjlor lo pais pop ia
IN PURE FOOD PROBE
Dndlnga of the bui'-au of chemistry be
a it hdrawn.
I' is also riH'ominoiuled that t hi. 1
a d hla two aso latea bo of the aann
ruoli, alttlng with equal powsi ai bn
members. All are to be eufa . u 1
movai by "the appointing powsr."
The hearings dlaclosn d a cm lltlon nf
dlaoord axlatlng In tin Bureau ol t.' is n
isioy which has lowered the discipline,
Impaired the sHIcisncy of the servl
ami has added to the coat of n Iminis- '
nation," onld the committee ' It wll
reijulre positive and well considered
reorganisation to motors ths eftii . i
service to Which the public is tall)
TWO MORE RECORD ,
SMASHED BY AVIATORS.
Ulic-h With Pas-e.i,i;ers Seta New
M.irk 1. if Durati 'ii .111.1 Fischer
KKHMK. .t in - -Th.. world's reoorJ
for Hie duration of a flight In an aru
Tilani- oarpvlnif th,. loam mwA .u.. ....
.,. , ..,., ,.,, ,.. .,. lhl.
drom.- at Johannlathal Hni-lneer ;.
1. I'll h. who in his Harlan nonoplani
Stayed In t ie air lh fm S
The previous heel ord as held
' pTl'" .T'vZiau U
I., remained with two passengers Ih
sem, 41 Ma. in the air.
PAtlW. .Ini !. .For i n sec nd lime
.n I lee o.i s t ie war, I a . ' ,ue r.-e-n I
1 " blOkl li
I Fiaoher, cart
liare lo- lay a 1.. n Avi tti :
ylnn 'wo pai i era in hh
iiioieipiiiiie, res . i i, helghl .if I..'
fe. i. Tha prevln i- record was mads ..11
nrdai, 41. Vi iriu and tw . paasunsjeri
ascending i.fty fagt,
NEGRO WHO KILLED TWO
CONVICTED OF MURDER.
' John Csilli the N
Amuck 'n "I ." to l!t' Sen
took a Jury before Jn lire pa lot in
uil one ir to- lay
nvb't of n. ini 1 n ifi... iitiat de
gree John Cgla, in., negro es onvlei
S 10 n May .est ran am e k gftei I dls
puts on an slevgted train, killing tag
men and aTOundlag seven others
) it waa In 1 he case of Sixon .Smell of
i No. vvev ons Hundrsd and stum
sti .et. one of ths men killed, that am
'was brought to trial .1 dge Fostei re
Imandsd ins man until Prlday for sen-
fain hii previouels served four
teen-year tsrm In Sing King for kill
log lUobard I. liell, a neii spaio-i re.
porter, in frOBI of the Casino. II-
tartsd on nis rampage on tha elevated
t oad wnen a fellow iiusmci . i i hake I
him for amulilng a jlgaretie.
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HFLD BY ICE-PACK
PULLED TO SAFETY
Inwood Clubmen with Ropes
Rescue Jnliii Schaeffer and
Companion From Pligbt.
John H' b n f . ' . I no mbsr of the Inter-
slats Canos Club. I being aingrai jlatol
ti.-dav' upon his 1'iray escape .ri-ui
death e.-h'ie canoeing yesterday altar
noon on 1 he North Klvsr. With a
oompanlon he oaughl in an loa .am
and drifted a mile up the river before
.1. was rest usd hi mafnoaf s of las In
uod "anna ' u o.
POf three yi tra It has been Ihu cus
tom of the lung man In board bis
canoe .Sunday iflernoons, bOln sunnier
ind wititci. fai a nip on tho river. Ul-
dally the sam. yuung woman gcoom
paii 1 1 htm. 'i' a n custom was t" ipsnd I
aii hour or tw . boating and take Jlnllei
it the inwood 'anus Club.
In the mil. I, ot lbs r.vr yeeterday
the canoe lodged In dflfUng an 1
waa oarrlod downstream, Bohaeffer in
sists 1. en aa no dinner, but from ttu
sliore It loune 1 .... IhOUgb Ihe f ait oTafi
Bould oe oruani i or uapalssd. .u .a
PollOMUBB Bo J n saw t noli Badge I an I
hOtlflSd Hal no: folios Mati.m A at the i
Battery. Ths Patrol was seat ap tun 1
riVsr to res ue the ggnnglgaj
gohaaffar'g companioa held bar atrvs
and botb pad . ni sttsntlun to silting
sail gad Keeping the orafl 014 an svsn
gat 1 At inn fun oi Dyokmaa streai la
the inwood ciub. sfhoss gismbsn iau
th- rail doming and fsallgsd th lange
i tiie ocoupantg wars in Bdwai 1 UaM
aln and MVern: IrlsndS forUIOd a ilnu 1
out In the ISO and as 8cha ffSI cams 1
oppa ; ihsm. ihrow bin a 1 ips, After I
a fsa minutes or careful work in' man:
land woman srs Isnded safely.
I They were laughing and shsttlug an 1
dl I not seem to realise ttie danger they
bad boon through. BobasCfst Insists
ths) a ould have gone gsnori a hundred
yards further on, but the luwood mem
hei . uys uiili ss aid had come to theio
jtas canoe would nave been crushed In
' the lcpack.
MAN AND WOMEN
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT
AND HIS ROYAL PARTY
WILL VISIT PRESIDENT
Ambassador Reid and Wife Greet
King George's Uncle, Duchess and
Princess on Arrival for Four
Day Visit Here.
CURIOUS CROWD DODGED
BY MANOEUVRE AT STATION.
Governor - General Makes Several
Calls and Takes Water Trip
to See Sights of City.
GoverrrOr-Gervsral ot Canada, the Duke of Qmruiulit, uncle of
King CieorRC V. of rntflanJ, and only surviving son of the Me Queen
Vienna, who arrived with his wife, the Duchess of Conruuchi, and his
daughter, the PrlnoMt Patricia, in New York to-day as guests of Ambas
sadol and Mrs. hitelaw Kckt, will pay his respects to President Taft in
Washing' hi before he returns to Ottawa the latter part of the week.
dj EarlWr r-iorts heralding tho visit of
JOYOUS LINEMAN DEFIES
POLICE FROM PERCH ON
TOP OF TELEPHONE POLE.
Jersey City Olticers del Hire Lad
ders and Bring Fugitive Down
at Revolver's1 Point.
..rtliur tlasaey, if No. 1 99 Hist
street. Jersey t'lty. a 1 1 noma 11 fur the
Public Service Kloetrlc I'ompany. went
on a spree to-day and before no was
landed In the Mevefith street etatlon
Iioumo affoided a thousand ur more
persons uu amusing spectacle.
M BSSsy started things at Patrlnb
Kannsy'S saloon. Twelfth street end
Jeraey avsnaa Ha had his looa with
him and when ti e rough bouse began.
Ilourlolied his steel climbing spikes
dangerously near ths proprietor's face.
KsBBOy sent for the police but Mussey
ducked before Ihu offloSfS arrived.
Thoy located him at I If III and Orove
streets Wheu bo amw them coming
Masaey slapgod on bis Irons and
ski Id. d up the ueareet tolOBhoas pole
He sat on the cross tress, relied him
self a olgarstte and Jibed the pullce-
Capti R I hards, heading the sajuad
police, tried 111 vain lo Induce Massey
to descend Then he lent tor Tru k
No t The Aretuen nil tWU ladders ap ,
against the poll and Capt Fiiobards I
and PollCsman Koernvr slimbod after,
the ihseflng fugtUva,
As tiny drew near hla porch 41 issey 1
pullsd oul a big wrsnsb ind waved III
tbrsatsnlngly. Cspt Richard re.jcd.ii
by drawing hi" rsvolvsri TblS argument
. 1 1 in id and Ma.sey relUOtantly .les. n l
sd. lu ie druggS I ufl to the station and
ohargsd wttn dts orderly ooaduot.
GAY BALL AT LYRIC
HALL COSTS LICENSE.
i Ighti Wri runted Down Mid
Young VVomen Sat on
Phi i 'A ii ire of tho City Hall Huieau
ot I.: ., to-daj rsvoked tha Uoobm
of I. tl. II ll at No. W llgth avenue,
..in. of the hes' known balls of isognrnly
on ih - weal itds, Numorous eompbllnis
have re- nil. leul.el rhlef Wad. toe re
garding ie -.tra " -I of dm t'Ormlt-
te.i .. Lyrl iiiii a ipectfto somplalai
ami mi a ll lh.' a i ins by th" members
of t ie g) vsn Plain Club, which had an
ifia. .i ihe hail .ni Deo. It last, on
thai in 'al ni ii is charged that the hall
ass dai lined, young annum sat in
ii. i - ap. and at least twenty voung
gu '.s vi ere cOUntSd Who were atidor tne
lnSuen of liquor.
Chlsf Wallacs gsld that tho evidence
against me place ...is eonoluslvs ami
'hat no 11. disc would he gr imed to any
proprietor in 'he future. Morris P.
Smith, Who Is known a- P. is. dent of
Ills Ydrkvltle Association, Is lessee of
Werld Buil Hi. 1 M litis.
s iwayBeSOa a. tiaiii wiin i.r..ni. . .no sl.
awn lliaaivuea. -icry
the royal parly elated positively that
the tinko would not go to Washington
ind thai Ins visit to-tho Unttod Stales
wits of a purely Informal Social c.iar
IOSjjp, Kmishaala waa laid BgaM lb'' fact
that tho eaSntng of the now crown nip-
esontatlva In tho Uovrnment of Can
ada bad absolutely no ohVlal or pollUoal
significance. But It waa learned thlc
iftsrnoon that Ills lloval Highness poa
IllVSty would gall at the White Mouse
BSfOfg hla return aonms the border.
One report had It thai there had boon
an osohange of cabled messages be
tween the vice-regal BJBidenOe III ot
tawa and ths Urltlsh (.0lnet Ministers,
hob roeultsd In a lain decision on the
part of tiie Duke a pay bis leapeota to
QOVERMMENT AID GIVES TIP OP
TRIP TO WASHINGTON.
The statsmsai tint ths visit wouiit
he made to Wasnlngton did not come
from ihe home of Ambassador Held
bui from a source connected with the
The Duke Will make tie trip to Wash
ington OB Thumday, Ills social engage
nsgnaf are so numsroui for tin. aext
thrw gay I thut unless he bruke some of
I the most important ones he could not
gel away from New fort oe.'ore Tu.irs-
ii it had been reported that he
j would return lo Uttiv.a Taaraday
I illuming, following tne dinner and
. dan e In his honor at the home of
Mrs I) .lcn Mills.
Ths Duke, the Duchess, th.. vivacious
Princess "Pat" ho turned down the
suit of King Man tel of Portugal lisfjgig
ie was bOUnesd from his thSona, slid
'.heir small BBtOUragf arrlVSd at tho
Orand Control Pslace Station shortly
o oiOOs this morning.
My an a, lion nSOOSUVM of thO offlolalg
I of ihe New York Csntral ll llroad the
i royal party were enabled to cl imwnl
I the curio ,a and rsash the iicid mansion
I al No. lit MBdBjOg avenue wll lout more
than a gsssSB MrsoBg raoognlsind then.
1 They oft I at.ada In two pr:v its rats
I attached to the Montreal Bapcets, whb h
lass die to arr ve In IbsOrind 'itral
stau ,n at f.sa o'clock. A sonsl lerabsl
I throng gatnered Oe.'ore the gateway
through vbloh the gssiengors from that
Sgpress left the Irain abed. But the
tWO royal cars hal heea cut off the
1 M unreal Kxp ass at the SMrsnOO to th
While Plain sis ir.c goas and then
I a I lac bad to ti.e rear end ot ins Rut
uid Ksprcssi w blob earns soong .t.,. a
iiH. AND oRS. REID WAITED Oi'vl
Omy the It da and a lev of thOty In-
ilmats fiisnda nsrg xwaie ol this shifts
lllg of can and when the It i , i, Kx
pt. ... diew into the big train Iliad they
wars nalUng way .p tne piatfoi m auout
ippos.le Pu.'ty-lifth lirest. gpeulal
guards were DOgtSd along tho platform
and Llsutsnsnt'Osisctlvs Pun log was
Slth the Reldl in the role of onl. lal pj-
The pnvate care Tork and Cornwall,
'he two most palatial ir vile car ot
ti.e C itidlan Pa 'Iflc Kallroad, In which
lie Dak aivd ble train bad nuke the
Journey Irak Canada, alopped