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WEiTHKR-ll"r to-night ihoncti Saturday
PRICE ONE CENT.
CASHIER SHORT $250,000
CONFESSES ON DEATH BED
HOW HE WRECKED BANK
Collapse of the Berlin National
Discloses Scheme of Black
URNOL'D FORCED TO PAY
.Man Who Held Him Up Dis
appeared After Giving
$5,000 in Cash Bail.
NMW BERLIN. N T.i April It-Thai
ank T. Arnold. former caihler of MM
yire National Hank of the villa, al- j
leged to be a defaulter to the extent of
IO.Oun, may never live to stand trial,
was the declaration to-day of the physl-
ana In attendance on him. He hua
'an In a atate of total collapse ever
ince the dlai'overy that the affulrs of
the bank were Involved.
National Bank Examiner lidwin F.
llorebcck of Now York took charge of
IB bank's hooka to-d.iy and l itivcstl-
"Former Caehlcr Frank Arnold, who
' ,. tinned a week ago and is a phyalcal
w regal ana reported lu a dying eondl
1im, bus. made u confession to the dl
,S .." teletraphed Mr. Uorebcck to
" oghllg'"" to-da
GANG OF BLACKMAILERS
LEVIES TOLL ON CROOKED
CASHIERS FOR SILENCE
That a band of ehrewd criminals,
headed by a New York builneai man u'
undoubted etandlng. has been levying
blackmail upon crooked hank rushleni
i t ,1,,. country, has been re-
eeled by the arreit of a man giving
loo wnic of Charles K. Holland,
thgrged with biackmalUn. l-'runls V. Ar
nold, cashier of the defunil First Na
tioual Bank of New Berlin. Chenango
I'ounty. N. Y. Holland was released
on bond and disappeared.
BO Flret National Ha )k of New Uer
lln suspended yesterday, facing a
ertortag." of llSO.ouO. Frank l. Arnold,
trusted cashier of tilt Institution and
cgofor years in sole chant" of its opera
tions, Is in hli hoi In New Berlin,
buffering from a ncrvuus hreakdnwii
which may cause hli death. Ho has
.aid he does not wish to live.
Detectives from the Hums DotOOtWo
Agency to-day arc learchln g lor Hol
land, who U said to have preyed uimjii
Arnold for a large sum of money, hold
ing over his head the constuut ihveut to
make public letters Arnold Is said to
tiava written. The Burns operatives be
lieve that behind Holland, who con
fessed, they will find men high In buil
neie circles who Inspired the plan to
tiiackmall Arnold, and who have bucked
si nllar plots to blackmail numerous
other defaulting bank olllclals.
BLACKMAILER FORCED ARNOLD
TO GIVE UP $825.
A man who gave tlio name of ' laurlee
II. Holland," and New York, i'lilludel
p.na and Iloiton as his home, culled on
Arnold in Marc i and told him ho was
Jr. possession of certain letteri Will h
Arnold had written to New York boot
neas nun. These letter.: If published.
Ha said would ruin Arnold, lie said If
Arnold would buy twenty-lit" shun s of
took in a company lu which he was in
tereeted at (bare, the ennpany
would agree to prevent the pu iltcgtlon
of the letters. Arnold paid over the lii-'i.
A few days Inter 'Holland" calloj Ar
i, ild up on the telephone from New
York an.l asked Arnold to meet him 111
tar- Hotel Ten Ky i; In Al'oan.v. to talk
..vtr the damaging letters. Arnold re
: ised und Holland vowed vengeance,
Arnold wa so disturbed over tUa
viroiti I not he laid the matter before
big attorney. Arthur J- Moree, who re
valued the Hums Ageu -y lo protect till
caghler. A detective was ion) to New
Herlln. More messages from "Holland"
followed, to which Arnold paid no at
tention. Then "Holland" appeared In
New Iterl'n an, I demanded HO,000 for
.ly return oT ll.U lettOM "HOllatld"
ai,;;( grre-t. I n.l I- .I to -uve nude
a eomi'lete infvillon o' till attempt a:
IAVE CASH BAIL AND THEN HE
Burns dotretlves were completely
tillMled as to Ills I lentil)
. lie daoilned
In NOW York.
As give ills Home a o.r,
tv tell who vyaA behind hlui. He du-
Contrnjcd on Seond raff.)
EST POINT GRAVE
CeorrieM. 191 a. fcr
Co. (Too Maw
DO AS SHE WANTED,
SAYS MANHE SUES
Cornell Student Replies toj
Wadleigh's $50,000 Action
tor Actress's Love
Thai John Krnest ValleIgh condoned
the alleged Iniproprletlea of his beau
tiful chorus girl wife, formerly Vara
Black, with Luring s. Tonkin, a senior
In Cornell I'nlverslty and son of a
wealthy official ot the Natural das
Company of oil City, Pa., wn the
ehajngja made by Tonkin to-day in bis
answer to a salt Wadlelgh has brought
In the Supreme Court agalnit him for
loO.OOu (or alleged alienation ot Mrs.
Wadiolgb Hied Ml suit against the
Cornell student Maroh i March a he
followed It witu a ault agalnit Mri.
Wadlelgh for absolute divorce. He al
leged tl.-ut his pretty cburua girl wife
and Tonkin were together at Green'i
Hotel, in Philadelphia, Nov. 'J3 last; at
MumuYi Hotel, In this city, Dec. 2, and
at other places since.
Tonkin was arrested on an order se
cured by WaJlelgh lost month In
Ithaca. We was brought to New York
and later released In ball of fl.000.
Young Tonkin retorts to-day in the
following amazing lanxuuge:
"For u complete defense to the al
leged case of action stated In the com
plaint, the defendant alleges on Infor
mation and belief:
"Tnat at all times mentioned In the
complaint and from, on or before the
first day of January. If, down to th
commencement of this action the said
John Krnest Wadlejgh consented to, ac
quiesced in, importuned the. said Vera
Wadlelgh and guve her license to con
duct herself as she pleased with men
Tonkin asks that Wadleigh's suit
against him he dNmltsed, und that the
costs of thu action be Imposed upon
WadleleTh married the chorus girl In
Winnipeg, Canada, June U'7. He
declares that while she was playing in
Ithaca last October In a vaudeville
ketch she met Tonkin aiai they becume
very frlendlj. This friendship contin
ued, he declared, und young Tonkin
later met Mrs. Wadlelgh In this city
and In Philadelphia.
WadlelgH said he found twenty-five
burning love letters and many tele
grama signed by Tonkin In his wife's
trunk. One of these wan addressed to
"My Darling Vera," and contained
"l.lttle girl, I am afraid 1 will hug
you so tight when I see you that I will
have to be careful that : don't hurt
FOUR BOYS DROWN IN RIVER.
One (I l he i- iBTOd When lloat Cap
size on the Ohio
KAST I.IVKRPOOL. O.. April 12.
Tour lioyh were drowned early to-day
when a boni In which they were crois
ing the Ohio River from the West Vir
ginia side eupnlie.1 twelve inllea south
of here. A fifth buy was saved.
The drowned buya were Henry
Brandt, twenty years old; Karl Brandt,
eighteen, and Hugh Hproul, eighteen,
ot Port Homer, O.. anj Clifford How
ard, seventeen, of Kalrview, W Vg.
PHWT BACWiifUftd ao, for two.
year-olds; four and one. half furlongs.
First Blight, llu (Martini, 4 to 1, 6 to 6
and 1 to t, first; Floral Park, 110
(Burna)i n to io, i to - and out. second I
L. Hi lit. I"l i Ambrose), lu to 1, 3 to 1
gild even, third. Time, H 1-e. Jack of
li,, hi-, RoaeburVi Sexton, Hand also
KHOOND It.Vi'K -I'm se 30, for foui -a.
,.ii.ol'ls and upward: six und onc-hulf
luiionj.-..lollle . 1U5 irtliuttingeri. II
lo ... 7 to In und out. first; l.oulae
Welles. 107 ( Forehand I. 30 to 1, 10 to 1
and 3 to 1, second: Agnar, IU (Mot'ahey),
., lo L u to I und 1 to 3, third. Time,
i.E 14. Joe Gallons. MoLeoU f Caeiie
wood, Una Major alio ram.
HUSBAND LET GIRL
" Circulation Book Open to AIL"
Tho hw FaMUala
Verb. World I.
WITH YALE YOUTH
Miss Dorothy Waters Recalled
From Paris Because Benja
min Gatins Was There.
IS JUST SEVENTEEN.
Notifies Parents From Manhat
tan Hotel That She Is
Mr. slid Mn. O. Jason Watere ot No.
IN Madison avenue admit that their
pretty leventeen-year-old daughter,
Dorothy, outwitted them. Despite all
precautloni and effort! to prevent her
romance, etie evaded their vigilance, and
eloped, end- It now Mrs. Benjamin
The parenta know that tbe young helr
eae la married. They received a note
from her telling them that Hit night.
To-duy thty are wondering where the
bride Is spending her honeymoon and
whether, when they bear, they will lend.
her their bleeslng.
Mill Dorothy returned from Europe
with her ilitei Ruth only laat Tueaday
after a visit to Nielr married alitor, the
Baroness Jacquei de St. Marc, at Parti,
he eloped the next day.
Several tlmei during the last year,
since Mils Waters, who la a tall and
beautiful brunette, made her debut la
society here and at Philadelphia, there
were rumora that she wai engaged to
Benjamin datlna. On each occasion the
rumors were denied by Mri. Watere,
who was opposed to the match.
COLLEGE SUITOR FOLLOWS HIS
SWEETHEART TO PARIS.
But as the sweetheart! continued to
see one another, Mrs. Wateri took the
definite itep about three months ago
of lending Dorothy to Paris, so that
she might to out of the way of any
moru lovemaklng. She went with her
fdstur Ruth on a visit to her titled
sister In the French- capital.
Shortly afterward Clatlm. who Is
twenty-two yeurs old and the son of
Joseph F. (latins, a wealthy atock ipec
ulator, waa injssed from his usual
haunt In this city. Only his family arid
closes: : i lends knew ihe wai In Europe,
recuperating from a dlelocutesl knee,
suffered while playing on the frertimgn
team at Yule last fall. lie must have
followed Miss Wateri from London to
Nice, for presently the news ealiles he
gun to curry mexsugei uixiut hli string
Ol' polo ponies ut Nice and elsewhere.
What the news cablei did not tell wui
that he was also often In Parts umi was
frequently seen in company with Ulsi
Dorothy. But Mri. Waters heard, and
.mmedlately the report reached her ears
she cabled, for her two daughter! to re
turn borne at once.
When the two girls landed from the
Kronprlnx Wllhelm on Tueaday tbey
were met by Andrew I', de Foreit-All-good.
Both of them denied that Miss
Dorothy was engaged to Qatlni. Kor-eit-Allgood
denied It, too. Dorothy,
who wai all smiles, admitted that ahe
had enjoyed her stay In Parti and bad
seen Qatlni well, perhaps a few times
but not many.
Next inorn'ng when alM left home in
did not inform any member of the fam
ily that the was going. She had no
baggage ut nil, and no clothes except
thoso she was wearing. When she did
not return ut night no great anxiety
was felt. It waa supposed she bad gone
to call upon girl friends und was re
maining over night. But yeaterdey
morning it wai found that she had
taken with her all her Jewelry and
then tbe ramtly mad inquiries and be
came alarmed when they loarned that
(latins was back In the city.
NOTIFIED HER PARENTS SHE
HAD BECOME BRIDE.
The note that came to t.iem last night
was written on Hotel Manhattan atatlon
ery. It gave tho bare, simple fact that
Dorothy and her eweetheart were mar
ried on Wednesday.
It iii soon found that the young
couple obtained a marriage license at the
City Hull, and It'll lupposed that they
were afterward married by a prleit,
Qatlni being a Cuthollc. Their friends
believe that they had their plans al!
fixed before leaving Europe and that
they havo gone to Atlanta for their
honeymoon. When Qatlns returned he
surprised his fi lends by having his auto
mobiles and polo ponies ihlpped to At
lanta. Now they think they understind.
(i. Jason Waters Is well known In Wall
street and sporting circles. Recently hi
purchased a sumptuous country home at
Cedarhurst. Mrs. Waters had plinned
(Continued on Second Page.)
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912.
SEARCH IN PARK
FOR INSANE GIRL
WHO STOLEA BABY
Annie Boyarsky Vanished After
Taking Child From Door of
Mount Siti'ii Hncnitol
lWVlfc W.1,1,1 . VlJ'l lllll
HAD STOLEN ANOTHER
She Cultivated a Delusion'
That She Was the Mother
A iquad of fMllcemen and workmen
made a ayitematle sruroh of thickets
and bypathi In Central Tarlc to-day
for oeventecn-year-old Annie Boyariky,
the demented girl who yesterday kid
napped Ruth Fletichman, ten-monthi-
uia, ot is o. lis, javu.'iin aveuuu, iron
a perambulator In front Of Mt. Sinai
Hospital. The girl and tbe baby were
traced to the park yesterday evening,
but no Information regarding tho aub
eequent movement! of tho demented
kidnapper has been found. The Boy
arsky girl, cccause of her condition and
dress, in noticeable.
She la five feet, three Inobee tall,
welgbi about ISO pounda, hai brown
hair and gray eyes, tehe wore no hat
and her hair la parted in the mlddlt
and made In a roll boblnd. She had on
a three-quarter length black cloth coat,
a gray owoater and brown and Mack
mixed elotii dren.
DETECTIVES ON THE WATCH
ALL NIQHT AT HER HOME.
Annie Boyareky'a homo li at No. 357
Wyona atreet, Mast New York, where
be has been living with her mother,
Queele, a vtdow and tier brother Iildor.
Detoctlvee wa toned t) house and
neighborhood .all night but Annie felled
to appear. She waa nevar away from
home all night before unlets her mother
knew where she wur.
In the last two years Annie Boyarrky
has undergone five operations.
The Kil l's Illness and rhc effect of the
operations contributed to
oak down a
men tall tv that was noun too strong.
Since her iast dlaeharKe from the hos
pltal Ann1.,, Uoyaraky hut cultivated a
delusion that she Ma 'he mother of
twins which had been mo.en from her.
LEFT HOME 8AYINQ SHE WAS
GOING FOR A BABY.
The Boyariky girl left her mother's
home yesterday morning itAtlng that
she wis going to Mt. Sinn 1 Hospital to
get a baby. Mrs. Boyarsky is a busy
woman and Very poor." She ald little
attention to the Ineoheieut conversa
tions of her daughter. lien Annie
BoyaiHky left home sue had only
cents, enough to psy her car tare on
way to the hospltul.
it happened that Anme Boyariky waa
at Mt. stn.il HogplUI when little Rut
Flelsohman reachud there '.tith her
grandmother, her aunt and u nurse,
Ruth Is the only child of Mr, and, Mrs.
Abraham Kleliuhman of the Madison
The baby, with hir giandmother, Mn.
Rebecca Rappaport, her levcnteen-year-
old aunt. Rose Rappaport, and a small
nurse girl, Annie Meyer, who llvei at I
No. 101 Fast One Hundred and Fifth
itreet, left the Fleleclimin home aHiortly
after noon to go to thu hospital, where
Roae Rappaport was to undergo treat
ment. Leaving the nurse gnl to wetoli the
baby, which was asleep in its carrluge.
Mrs. Usppupurt and her daughter en
tered tho hoipitul. In tho recept.o.1
room Mrs. Rappaport law u young gtr)
come from the office ot one of the do.
ton. The irlrl seemed Kreatlv ex Itel
and lingered a bundle alio carried until j
the paper broke and a pair uf corsets
HER RAMBLING TALK
Taking a seat by .Mil. RaMapert
girl talked Irratlonallj . sine said:
"I have u twin baby la iirooklyn
lost ono ba.b.
"I do love babies sol"
Thinking the ajeepinS baoy was p. . -feutly
lafe, Annie Meyer left her ani
entered the hospital. Al sue approaolied
Mrs. Kappaport the girl who bad been
talking with her arusu to go. Mri. Hap
paport saw that alio wore no hat. Bin
had on a checked sltlrt end a black
Five mlnutei later Annie Meyer hur
ried back to her charge. The babv was
gone. The nurse screamed. Mrs. Hup
paport ran to tier and, discovering her
grandchild missing, tell Insensible. The
person who had taken the ohlld alao had
takeia Iti blankets, and In the carriage
were the coraets the strange girl had
been seen carrying when she left the
Heeld BtalMlog Turfctsa Ustaa,
aloirs epp. Bith with prlvats reems. SL
WKie'rir B F
Demented Girl Kidnapper
and Little Baby She Stole
Mann Accuses Fellow Mem
bers of Allowing Her to
WASHINGTON. April 1 '2. A scath
ing denunciation of member! of the
House Committee on Bxpemllturea In
the Interior Dopat tl lent to-day. was de
livered on the Rouge floor ly C'ongress-
i ,., Mann of nhnoil, the minority lead
er. Ho oharged thut Mr. Graham of
Illinois. Chairmen of the Committee,
had permitted a woman lobbyist, known
by him to be In the employ of petsens
pre-slng claims before the committee, to
eh nine, legislation.
Mrs. Helen pierce Gray or Minnesota
was the woman named by Mr. Mann.
Aid OhaCgOd that for three month
ho had occluded u deak In the office
of the 'o:nmli"lon of Indian Affairs on
the strength of her relations with the
Inning that time, aald Mr. Mann. Mrs.
Gray had eoHottad ami hud received fe
jn ' amounting to see era hundred dollars
tn in Indian cla.inunts before InO UOV
Mr. Mann said that u dli'Mtlafled In
dian had filed a protOOl with Oralrman
arahatS and that he had told the woman
to "ket; the money."
Baseball Scores To-Day
Battiijeo TieraoM and Meyere; Knit-a,-r
0 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 0 0 0
Itatterloe Dreniian snd Kllllfei ,
und K ing.
AT NEW YORK.
Uatierlea-O Prim and ' airlgan. Fvni
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 3
Battsrtee Walk an., Henrj
nan ami Thomas
1 ..lals-Plrteburgh, ne aan.e,
Circulation Books Open
JUMPS 10 DEATH
IN THE SUBWAY
Philip Joseph, Engaged to
Wed in June, Meets a
I'.illip losepli. thirty years old, who
only a few weeks ago start, d In bus!-'
pess at No. ftl Crosby struct, as head
of the J. A H. Novelty Company, and
wain t making u go of It. committed
outride to-day by leaping In front of a
north-bound local subway u..ln from j
the piatxomi or tne worm siren na
tion. He wai killed lmtintly, two can
paiilng over Ms body.
Evidence of hie Identity wai obtained
from letter! and ardi lu hli p ickets,
and later ne was Identified by his part
ner, Jacob Mchl. Jurat, of No tin Daw
on street, the Dronx.
Most uf the letters weie of a dunning
character and one contained a check
thai hud been returned from tiu Jefter-
1011 Uni'k n arked "short."
It was a few inlnuica after lu that un
man appeared at the ticket window ot
thu Worth strut t station and bought a
ticket with what was evidently ..! last
nickel. A train hud Juil left tho at.
..on in) I (lie man began pacing the plul
.or.11 elm 11I1 naudi clapped ocnuid ins
Liagki OoorSe A. HmlUi and join, w.
IsllllOi employees of the Itemlnglun
rypowrltor company at .So. a;, truad
Aay, watcuod mm In hie nervous pacing
a. id tiad uegun to foiloiv DIM aa ttie
tioard the iiimolc of a (rain a apprnu -ii
fllu (wo joung men wore on, a few
felt behind Joseph when ho JJiupud.
The train wai so near that the body
truck the buffers before it fell to (he
The suicide's partner Mentllied the
body at the elation. lie saJd that Jo
seph wai engaged to marry a Miss Ida
Hohlft of Urownivilio in Juuu. lie had
been very despondent business af-
1 fairs, and this mornt'i h I madu a vain
effort to get money 1 pay thu rent of
lits iiftlces. He lived With his mother at
the Henry street address.
s 1 cmvn sduitbo. 1 uot,udio,ja.3o
PinUaafs.P..UsI.TaiMla SPE AP
lllll "givgl" tnothlng orner. Ilioad
way, cor. Itarclay Ht . onp. Poat-OSloe,
will sell to-dayand Haturduy a.uuii men
Murine Hulls and Toucoatg lo tine M.-.
Uiibet. fancy blue strliies. In ow tia. era, . .
and dark mined worsteds, all sliea II
t? MrewP Jje.in mar 3,"Sl!Ej
fg.eo. upoo Mturaay ening uil 1
UNDER A TRAIN
to All." I
GEN. GRANT'S DEATH
IN A CHOKING SPASM
In St. Luke's Hospital for Weeks
With Identity Hidden, While He
Went Under Knife in Effort to
Remedy Throat Trouble.
"BLOOD CLOT ON HEART"
1 IN DOCTOR'S CERTIFICATE!
Funeral Will Await Arrival of
Daughter From Russia Burial
at West Point.
MajoMjtui. Wederick Dent Grant's sudden death near midnight list
night at the Hotel Buckingham was caused by a blood clot on the heart
cardiac trombosis, in medical terminology according to the death ctt
tificate signed to-day by Dr. Robert Abbe, a specialist of No. It West
Hftieth street, who was in the bedchamber when Gen. Grant passed
Neither Dr. Abbe, Lieu!. Marion Howzc, Gen. Grant's akle, who was
also present when he died, nor any spokesman tor the family would,
admit to-day that the General had recently undergone .111 npcialion ajj
St. Luke's Hospital for a cancerous affection of the throat such as tuj
1 brought long illness and death to his father, President U. S. Grant.
That Gen. Grant was in St. Luke's Hospital for more than tout
weeks during the time his aide announced publicly that he was in tbj
South was established from independent sources, an.l that Gen. Ca
had been operated on for a throat disease also became known to-day.
in .1 ri.. I",. 1 -. 1 , .,
FLY AFTER THIEF
Hxctting Chase Through Har
lem's Busiest Streets Fails
to Get Fugitive.
A powerful young man robbed the
flat of Mrg. Samuel Ellsworth at No.
71 West One Hundred and Twenty-ninth
itreet thli afternoon. i captured In
front of the building, broke from the
PoUoegMfi luccesr fullj dodged Sl
bullets sent after him and. aftei run
ning several blocks through , l ow.led
tieeti, dodged Into No. :Tt West One
Muudred and Twent) -eighth. Itreet,
where he dliuppeare.l
PolloeagM Devlin of h
Ilundrtxl and Tweno -nfi'.i itpaal ItevUon
collared Ihe thief as he wis battling 1
with a man In front, of the upartmrnt I
house. The clvlllun. Wtlllam Brown, a
former detective. I Id Devlin he had!
seen the prlioner enter ttbi bottie and
lanu out loaded with suits of clulhei
and other article" Devlin took the lilgjatelv hi N.-a i-li. I: u Mr. Oriwt's
thief by the Dollar and started him for , wleh that the funeral ull not be Mid
I the station, with a pack "f seenl hun.
dred iiersons at his herls.
lie had reachel n Hundred
Twenty-Mfth Itroet and Seienth avenue
when the prisoner brok, away and
started on a eprlnt back through the
crowd. Several peraoni tried to stop
him, but weer knocked duwn by tile
man's brawny flits. Devlin drew his re
volver und emptied It after tne II) lug
tbiefi with no restill lie followed the
fugitive Into the- hie Hundred and
Tw .-tin -eighth street hou.-e. bur
1 . . ," 111 IM il le Ii linU
FOR BASEBALL GAMES AND
RACINO RESULTS SEE PACE .
"run,' tlif weekly Joke Book given
ttt with ffh Sumhy World, it
PRIOE ONE CENT.
1 tea get
uon, j. aiii s rnoromobts rr,
t fca Ible'
obtalne.i leave of absence from his
command over the I lepa 1 (meat Off fee
! Kait down to the vcond of nji death
j a few mlnutea after midnight, too
I Phyilclam and the military bide oer
reeched themaelvei and caueed eucb
roiifuelou and veiled aiyitery aa to
1 leud to absurd rumors.
Tin- retnitery ,,' the National ll.-sor-
vatlnn ill Weot Point alii be the ttagj
rest I ilk- place ,if (leu. Ir.ttil'sj lK)dy. The
funeral servh... ami ttu.il interinew
will nut ii'iiir, however, for Ini di
ut tin. Ient. until .lull.,. 1 ia I'vlnro
Mb la el 1 'am u iii-.eiie. 11 . 1 ilaiighter
' ' 111' 111 l.i'.- . Mt.
can reach New York.
Tins . ', -tin It- staten" of the
arrangements was maJ late tble fter
noon after Ilrig.-i :,,u. Tasker H. BllgO.
col. Ueorg.i Andrtwi and Capt. C. W,
Kentnn. representing the War Depert
nient. had come oivr from vvcrnor'o
Island and VlllteJ Mrs. 1 Irani at the
MRS. ORANT WANTS BURIAL At
"Mis til ant feels that the moet appro
! iut" place for t Inm.iand'a body lo
't i 1 " ,-, in i, at r rotin.
win:. nini n. .ilngiii- .eil graduates
''..' .1. lit. 1 11 a le 1 1;, . said (Ion.
nils. "There will 11 nilllturv funaeai
I hero in New York In wliicn the troops
tram Oovernor's Island ani irtioos
tuners will tak- nan after whleh
l wll lak, t.i i , tolnt eV
lain n -m - fa
"A cabli unno iuung Ihe dcuth of (Jen.
Oram wis m, a ,, daughter
in Itaelu to-uaj s.ul stn re pi it gj
iho was leaving Mt V iberg 1
unrtl me 1 mice. 1 antacugene and OOP
itlrant's brother. I , M. lira it. who Irv.-
.III Man Diego, can .ilTHc.''
a. it I M Hi-ant, III., only ion ol
Jen. Oram, w ho hurried up from Woah-
lllgtoll oil l'e ftp!, ilf the news Of ffll
father death, a. rlv.-d at the hotel gt
Ocu. Uraiit ta.ik ap his lesldenee with
his lfe und a trained nurse at Sbe
llolel Uucklnghain Wednesday night.
Y. . Hurrlngtou, who 1 ad been a-
torne.v both for Hen. K. i (Irinf and
lor his Illustrious fattier. President C
H. Grant, when asked If the Uenvrul did
1 L l-1'"' to tbe hotel.
relUsed t ansae 11 Wis Ir'.l, OO
at I and in ihli he waa burnt out by
the statement of (-eland .Kerry, pre-
prletor of (be huiel tliat every
alwei made to iuep tbe feet of
veHue preeence tg tbe betel