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- TBI EVENING WORLD, TH VBSDAY, MAT S, IMS.
Vrmnnv Committee ay M 1 rrwlrt-
!! by bin dncarv of the ent BMnrW '
of prlvatr cihotand tnl IM draining fi
h'f million dollar n yeat urn taxl
i ah potion
Aldeiman Orinm bat been Invted Id
all on Mr. D Vlrktf and etpl.i'n wtiv
ho ownmllte- of which lie Is i halrma.i
'Onltlug nf AlftfMMI I'nten an M.
'"mi. ' jnnlnsharn. Mikr-. Batlaa and.
Brush and k'Tirlf -ha t,.il reporte-l Si
luxkrab ardtbanr -t th full board. B
thougi two have hern frimee? QM H
to 'irk of the Mayor I foMMwhffw
and tile nthei
Meagltr i :
rf Aldermen Mark and;
r ir, -nil) roelgn 1
fr:n 1st board
Aid nan IflTiai 1 no' be cel.td be
fore the Mrand lur NflWkM Owl Alder
tnn atMBjaHf anl Vcn.ni AlJrm:i
Holloa. Mark, nnd Hr'ier, . U b. Cll0d
and. notaihle Alderman f uiin'.nsha.n
who tn nrtly reretitb mad a mmn
of tba ib Commute. Aldorr.ii
Holloa Mart ant Rfuati ara prtpa d
l.i tall t at (trend J jry f pecslla
porirn oo tliey .' hd w ill I'HM
merweer of loa committee tppolnte,) t
rvla ixlch ute and iiu away wnii
he pilvat Hand graft
After torn.- of llvn bad didied er
t oa in an imrxhoiHtlht in. ;am of
taaicahe and muring rara. aiitpoanao
ort ierVe.1 on moat of too officfcale U4
many of th, auhnrdrnatr of tha Yellow
Taa.cab Company When Mr V. hitman
and Mr Da Vlvier teaad oar what aw
up, '.hay aen- word thai f rurihor at-
i. mpt wat mad u aiaie eervic tha
t .lai.iai. A t a - .. ... B B a.o .M.tl.
I - 1 I'l in i I "II Off Las. mm u aaaatraj
t pt to compt; th- attandaaco baforo I
Thar, .. Oaor.. W Whllaal.l,. o..n. ;
a-l for th. company, and aaaurad Mr
Wauaian that Iharo would aa ae'
f.irtkor altonapt to ovada aarvb . Tha 1
frat oradal of th ToUow Tai ub ('oai- ;
finy to Ua aorvad with a anhixtoaa wa ,
at OO 1 9 ntiru. inwitrrr nut tiw
. t . ... . . ...
itr. in a anon ti:n no ana r. n mn-
a da called on Mr. lu Vlvln and
a irod him tno rompany waald do otrarf -
thing' In It powar to rnahla Ilia Grand
Jury to nakt i complete . Mdjajiq Into
tha carta Mrrouading tna iaa-. i. eitua-.
TAXICAg) TNUtT 0FI0IAL MAY j
"TILL THING." I
rroa-. it promiao la tall all tho (acta
It hwiwa in reapact to tha recent at-
. . m . . . in i.r.M i.r. iii-w iuitbu m . . i .
tioa It would appaar thai It there baa j
bean any cominunlty of Inter tot bare- j
torore oetween ma omriaie oi ma iriiuw
Taalcab Company and any molaaera of
CI Board of Aldiriaa'a apoetal aoai
ttta Ue uUab apmpaay la gala) to
let It be kaowa.
It appeare to liava daamad on tha
Taalcab Truat that the Now Vara. atb
lie la thoroughly In earaaat la Ita do
aaaad for radiaaad radaa art tho abotlUaa
af apodal eta ad- ealillagaa. and tha ka
,diaatUMa are thai If there have beea
aar aaraacba ahaae Oka aomawr r
public ofBrlala It la going to tall amactly
what thor wore. .
Aad If further along ta tha laawjrf
It doveloaa that pubUc aMalill. otbar
than Aldermen, hare boon more Inter-
I araaaarltT ad the taauamb
thaa M arofoetlng lo i
kortioa aad. fraud. II wiu areata.
aa earprlae la tha DktrlorAtt6nieird
It will ha daatonatratod durlag the tn
nth tha aiaaagoaMat
af agaaaaalal Hi tha traat and that tha
paBJea katerwA atay bo daaa fa) aaithlag
UMa proaaata oi and M bina. U
ah apt, bodoow Mat Qraal Jar m thiaajgh.
Maw Tark uxloab patron are aipected
much batter waa el where
pay It w
between aortala Al-
t offlclaU af tha TnHaah
arm ha do tailed
Jar. aM N
that Maw Tarh. at
RatT eONTIMaVMOtft WITH
ft m iriwlht wan aatabikiaad that
i af Oka Tallow Taalcab Caaaaaay id
tha Mat tow waaaa, aad there have beea
wtth a atalM. i
af any kia ta I
tha Taalcab Coallta haew that
realty ha a aew ordlaeaoo tar ara
Ua would have praoaalod It at
Tuesday' ataetlaa. but he found It In
eearealeat to attend that aaeeUag
owtnar to oartala romarh mad th
BUM before m eoanedUoa with
management of the tax lea ordinance
matter al tho dinner af the Fuaroa) W
eer of the hoard af ATdirmm la
Ortaua'a ordtaaneo. th an wlaVh
ar.n hie beat frleode belkm waa
tatad by the lawyere and ewMaU of th
only era aorta th arrrat Mead arm
logo, the fownt aad erlgla of ta graft
la the toxica Mtuatkan. bat waU acta
ally raaaa the taxloab rata all arwaad.
QRIMM't OROINAMCI WOULD
R Altai TAXI RATI.
r Ma adrfcaera wowM Itha the
m alwM tha tatflaaha lata two
A aad B, the only dbraaaUoa
ooiweoo whlfh weald be that Olaaa A
waa "njaolaa" aad aUagodty "aaaluvry."
a hfla Ota B wM ha "ooauaam.- with
tho tawtkaa unaMlaa at hhhaalthtaaaa
CMa A weend ha aaewed igeatal a art-
Par two gaaemgore; M aeoja Uret
aalle. tt eon la
For Nuw or more taaaangara: M
the Drat mil aad conu thereafter.
rate, la view of the fact.
alattttad by th oompany cxperta (hat
tha, hhsmeaa areragoa About atxty per
cast, af two or mor paaaeagara. and
r Jasht tarty par cant, of thro or mort
p" -ngers per egb. It M Very evldeni
that la tho bang raw the) general pohli
aooM ojafa to lawjuwsto to the Tan-
t ft Oraai
Mkawkta bo ahowa
faaa aoraadttod the at wrote for the taai
aab ir irr ta writ their ewa erd:
aaaa. whkah he para aad, a rumor raa.
ta httrodaoa aa hta ewa.
ihaaii Orhma had iiraaai to tt-
fWt.1 IA"ril Lll I Pla
IN II II LMLIU II I L 1 1
f ULIULIf ILIl RILLLU
BY PAIR OF GUNMEN
f'wo Pifvofvtfrt of Different
Calibre Y ere Used In Slay
blfC Te;ire and Heaney.
CROWD SEES FUNERAL. J
o a f ' paaaaJI
(3i)mmiskiner Waldo, Blue-
COftl anJ Oowd Honor
' Teare at Servtee.
Tha n .Ii. -a that a Iliad PoUroman
1 Charlaa Taaro and Pollrojaan William
B llt.inay In front of S'o 2U Mul
horry atroat U:o laal Oatarday night
' arara Itrad from difarant rovolvara.
' Thd bultat wtii. h ntafd tha . ,.r 1
Tha! bullet will, h ontotd tha body ofTT
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W,l .aiiiAn Taaaa r at aaAa ft .w . at ...In.. '
..., h, fc. .
w w" ' -ta wwmmt ll nun aj MrIir).i i
w" tho",' "u " ! X
""'fW autopay par
fonntd upon lloanay . body by Cor
nnai a Chyalotan Otto Mchulti ravcalad I
tJl. fael thai nn loaa than thrs ohota
n airM iiaanoy
o.. . ..
Only oaa man woo aaan fadina Into
w . m
!" "wy on ,h ,''""y alraat lino, I
' laaaaalo af tar tho fualllada thai , T
laid low tho two ,...11. aman and John J I
Mlar.n. tlio naniatet. that man waa
guoUalana, far hom aeeraa of I
aUtorllvoa and policemen have boon
CORONIR tXIIVIS MORI THAN I I
OMI MAN OJUILTY.
I on e.-iimc (he dllTerent i
or " "'t "'' t"
r".ro"t, wore, not maoe puhllo until
Coroner Felnherg held hi preliminary
hearing iata the throe murdera to-day.
"I befeove the faete wrowght out by
tha phyaleukna- awkapalaa Indicate that
are than aae man did Ota ahoetiag,"
aaad the Coroaer.
Mo held John Lortoof No. Ma Mulberry
atroat, who waa apprehended by the ao-
iiae tawaowatty alter the
a material wltneoe without halt
Ta now ooldaaoe of th oaUbre of
th bullet, perwrtr of aa lira aw aa la-
feronoo that, tha Mayer carried two
mja gat that two. aeon did th a hoot
ing. Mlaao waa ehat with on Il
eal! ore bultat and Heeney with thraa
af th eeuna eaJtbra. Toara raoolvaA
owJy one wound aad that from a II-
Mtiatdlana bad aa automatic
eapabr of trtag taa ahota, ha
may bar raa Ita ad. after arta tha four
aaota at rtiaao ana Hearty, mat ha had
ana attot . left la Ma Ore-cham
bered revolver and eh If tod tha loaded
M-ooJgbr from hi per hot ta hie hand
aaw Poilooataa Tear run
Charlaa J. Toara waa
burled to-day. The funeral cortige
paaaad from M. Veronica' Church down
hYaiharry itteot and anew, the very ewot
In front of No. Bh whore, oa aeturday
aMbt, Twaro aad Fealfea WiiUaat B.
Haaaoy.fMi la taa dlaeharg of their
Thle waa tha day of Qraenwlch Vil
lage atauralng. for aa tad and man
Teare had grown up with tba village.
and the food aBeoMaa af all the neigh
borhood had been rhowrred a Mat aa
"one of the baya." whea the funeral
corttgo began ta form la front of tho
oM-faehloned brick house where Teare
lived with Me WkAwwaf mother.
only a few dvora away from the houae
where he waa bora, tha atroeta on all
eldoe were blocked with a throng of
neighborhood, folk, who etaod la elloae
Id witn head bared.
Not a man or woman waa there
had a prayer In hla heart for tho reooto
of Charley Taaro' eoul brave man
who had bravely gone to death In th
rourao of th day' work.
WOMMIMIONCR WALDO AND DC
UTY M'KAY AT PUNIRAL.
''apt Klnaler of th Mulberry afreet
atatlon. two lieu loaa rHs, two aargeanta
and all of tha forty men of Tear a old
. ompany lined the alaewalh la front of
the houae while th caakat waa beta
borne dwn th ikvi on th ahouldera
uf alx big men In blue. Commlaalonor
Waldo aad .Viral Deputy Ciimraleoteiitr
McKay wore Aare to rtda behind the
reakat, a were Capto. MoOurl and Sul
livan. When tho funeral procoooloa paaaad
from the houee to 8L Veronlca'a
Churoh. oa Chtietopher etreot, aad
again from tha church through tha
twirtod atraata of tha vlliag aad over
to Mulberry atroat, one of tho i
eedato mourner of all Woe Bum. tha
police dog. who once won a medal for
eavln a Uf The yellow mongrel,
wearing hla brna pollc collar tufted
with a bow of crop, marched betwoea
files of poll, anion, looking notthor to
th right nor loft and not once break
ing from the Una
After Kuther Klannery of At. Veron
ica' and Kalhr Sullivan, the police
chaplain, had conducted a aolemn high
requiem maaa it, tha church, th fu
neral proceeelun etarted for Pollcemaa
Teare'a final reatlng place. Aa th
hopro paeecd the houee pi No. lit
Mulberry etreot more than one' pollue
rain'e eye glanced from under tho
visor of Ms cop wtth a baleful light
and policeman' iianda clenched Invol
untarily Th Italian of the quarter
lined the trooia and crod them-
the flat rat of in eonte for the first
mile and M cents thereafter, reganlleea
of the number of paaaiagers.
The ardlaanoo propoaed jy th Mayor'
commlaaloD, Impoalag a rata of ID oenla
n't M esnta per inlle for one or two
paaaeagar. aad to and M cant for three
or more paaeeng.ra, woald be cheaper
hta th ksag raw thaa the Unenw ordi-
naaoe. and wouM t urtbsrinoeja ahollik
Here9 8 Dear Miss Civic Pride,
Who Made Her Debut To-Day
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eatvao respectfully a tha body of tha
gunman' victim paaaad
OUNMIN "LAN TO "OIT" SLAY
R ROLICI BILIIVI.
Taa on tiro eeajta coonpany of No. K
at th Matiaa etrswt hi use, waa drawn
t of the doorway aad tha Bremen
etoed at atteatiwa while tha funeral cor
tege wag peeela. eat of aaapant to th
ad poUoeman. whose brother. Capt.
Babtrt Tear, la at th Fir Dpartasnt
lateweasat waa ta Calvary Cemetery.
Th saoree of poUcotnon who have
boon mlaatng their atoep and working
oa their own time In an effort to ran
to earth the murderer of their com
rade have bona to fear the lawieae
gunmen taaataarria wlU hill the fugi
tive before he can be apprehended by
tho arm of tha polio.
It beeame kawwa to-day that last
night titer waa gathering of th sun
ns bring clan n Chick T richer' saloon
oa th Bowery where, amid much open
ing of who, toar men were deelgnated
to go aad "pet" fflileMlano. They wera
given money to defray their exponas. If
aa out-of-town trip were necoaaary.
The murderer la aa much hated by tho
gaagatrra aa by the police, and, aa the
latter body view th altuatlon, If tho
gaagsters cannot and IMeldlaao they
GUNMAN IS IN TOMBS
OF LEVINS MURDER.
Information presented to Coroner
Hallenaetn by the police to-day. and not
made public, led to th commitment to
the Tombs of Maa Harrla of No. 1T7
Norfolk street, on a charge of being one
or tno nvo men who lured Maa Lvlne,
a gunman, to a room In the how at No
JOT Hast Fourteenth etreot on April IS,
nnd murdered him. Th Coroner .imply
auuao ikoi information riven him by
vexacuv etonmkU and other police offi
cers warranted him In poetponlng the
luuueat into ta death of Lvlne and
onaine Harrla to the Tombs.
Levlne was found dead in a flat In th.
Faart nth etreot boo a The eurround
Inga Indicated ho had boon ohot while
keeping an engagement win, pereoue
who had planned to murder him. Har
rla waa arraatod aa a material wltneae
hut waa released oa ball on April JO
VtaXeeday Harrle waa arrested after
he had Brad two hota at a man at 1 .on
es avenne and Oa Hundred and Klsii
tewath atroat. Hie attempt at murder in
Harlem while he was at liberty on ball
In connection with tho Levlne raae,
opened up n line of Inquiry which the
police followed to euch good effect in it
they believe they have not naly a oaa
againet Harrla but Information that will
bring about tb arrest of the other
who participated In the Levlne murder
COURT IS ASKED TO STAY
SENTENCE IN QOMPERS CASE
Counsel for Labor Chief and
Mitchell and Morrison to Ap
peal Contempt Action.
WABHINuVTON. May a-Attorney for
Samuel Oompere. John Mitchell and
Prank Morrison askad th UUlrlct
Court of Appoalo It all to etay Ita
mandate eoatenclng Qomaafl to thirty
daya in Jail and fining MltbU and
Morrtoou tkuo each III a ill. '.nil. a con
tempt of court judgment asalnat lb
lioonr leader In thr llucka StOVt and
Kong cae. t'ountrl aaked for the
atay, announcing their Intention to up
peal to the supreme CtrUft of th United
Tur court granted them leave to re
new Hi motion If th appeal oaaaot
be prepared lu the fifteen day allotted
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OH, LOOK WHO'S HERE!
MISS CMC PRIDE HAS
BROKEN INTO SOCIEIY
She Makes Her Golden Debut
on Top of New Munici
Clot hod In n clinging gown of glit
tering gold eh stand on tlptoa oa a
goldoa hall Sva hundred-and-tben-aom
foot afov th ground. No, eweot
reader, thl la not a description of
Mil Hoopla Qaslff. tha adorably an
dacioue and absolutely aatouadlng
aerial artlate of the clrcue, but of Mlae
Civic Pride, the thirty-foot golden
giant, who tlpa th top moot tip of
tho now Munlolpal Building aad who
waa released from her wood kimono
Biasing In th sunshine. Near York'
Oolden Oirl eloerly revealed harself to
the gase of lower Manhattan, as tha ail
overalltd ladlaa' tailor, who had been
piecing milady' gown together for the
laat two month, removed tha hideous
wooden frame bit by bit. PI rat there
gmaarad her majeetlc head, with ita
crown of goM. followed by tho uprahvd
hand, holding a globular object that
appeared from the street ta represent
either a bowl f gold fish or a boat.
Foot by foot, her queenly farm, with IU
clinging folde of gold-loaf-vrd drap
ery, rooe above the wreckage of trie
scaffolding, while the architect of tho
building stood around far below and
Mkoa Civic Pride face tha letting eua
and tha white light of Broadway and
turn her back oa tha dawn. Could
anything be more appropriate! Inol
dentally. If aha war able t turn bar
head a bit to the left, aha aught pet
quint at old Mlaa Liberty down the
bay, but ehe otlffly rofuaaa ta recognise
her older rival who, etudents of po
lltlcal economics any. really la hai
Jejea civic rnae waa hammered out
of copper at a coot of Ki.OQO. and I
golden dreaa coot aa even ll.too mar.
Pew debutante of the currant aaaa n
have had coming out gowne eo expda
Adnlph weldeman waa the sculptor
who draigned Mlaa Pride In clay. Mo
turn. Meade Whit are the archi
tects who upervld hor mrtainorphoal
from lathing and piastsr of parte .nto
the golden butterfly ahe I to-day.
Klevator rail With Maa.
aort.othlng gave way on the ildowalU
levator outaldo the Puck Building, wt
llouaton and Mulberry atreete. to-day,
and II dropped into tha basement, carry
lug ultli It Joaeph Uuygan of No. Ul
Willi avenue, lite tirunx, and a load of
heavy rrntes. Policeman Katx and mull
troni the engine room of the bulldlnir
got Pnygan out. He had been buneJ
brmaih lie crutta, and l)r Held, from
in in tat't iiuipiui. fouud i,i gfgasi
gag and aeveral rlo had been broken
.in.i III. latter had punctured III hjnfa
in asverej place. He waa hurried -o
the hoapual lu a aerloua condition.
I.NCOUINU STMAM SHIPS.
HI K Ti bit.
lUtlaiaaBtt. kUabur lu.a,t, lolao
25 SILK WORKERS
ARRESTED IN RIOT
AT PATERSON MILL
Two Hundred Others March to
Village of Ridgewood, but
Are Driven Back.
QLHNI.AlN ON THE STAND
Denies at His Trial for An
archy That He Used In
Two hundred striking rtt worker
marched to-day to h villaga of Ridge
wood. eight mi:e north of Fatereo. N.
J. They were met on Maple avenue a '
that place by Chief of Pwtreo Peter
Pull La with a aquad of man. Tha pollc
charged with nlgbt-atlcki, and after re
flating momentarily the mob scattered.
ITnder Sheriff Robert Heath of Bergen
County, on hearing of tho trouble, took
a aquad of depuUee tCj Ramaoy. fearing
a doecent on the water work at that
Chief of Police Blmaon of Pateraon ,
ordered the police to dtaperae a dla-!
orderly mob nar the Dohertv A Wade- I
mill. Twenty prlaoner were
or sot Patrick
of tha World. ever uttered the i
Irtflarnmatory languag for which ho
la on trial before Judge Klenert la th nawipapcr, edited by Mr. aad Mr.
Pasealc County Court of Quarter Sea-! Fathlok Iwroace. aaya In Ha 1st eat
Ion, he gave a atrtklag example to-day . number:
of how he le able to away the atrlkera , " wSMtS the country a period of
aad direct their movement. It waa ollaordar auch as haa not been knowii
. , , . , . . . . . , i for decade, porhapa for centuries. We
when Quinlan. having Jaat arrived from; " pro.p"of vlolenc, ,,, M.
Maw Tor, atrode through th throng of W)r(1 hy violence of a terrtblo eroa
MM or more man nnd women etrlkera w, see ua likelihood of crime
who nad congregated outside th court
houee- They cheered wildly a he ap
peared, aad hat war thrown high In the
air. Instead of receiving th nomas
salUasly. Qulalaa halted, while a aoowi
clouded hla face.
ORDERS THIM TO OUT OUT THI
tuJY." -ha as- j
"Cut out tali
claimed. "What ra baa) a
hare? Oct down en th
where you belong."
Then he paattd on Into th court -reom.
not again looking at bit crowd of
Quintan la being tried oa tho Brat of
Bra laatotmeata, all of thorn charging
him with bavins preached anarchy. In
cited to riot and advocated tho destruc
tion of property.
As a result of thla speech. It la charged,
a mob of atrlkera left the hall, rushed
to South PaUraoa and thtre stormed
the allk mill of Pretsel A Janaea.
The prosecution olosed Its caae. shortly
before noon, the only testimony being
that f pollc witness and having to
do with Quintan's alleged utterance of
those word. Chief of Police John Him-
on made a good wltneaa for Qulnlan.
QUINLAN TAKES THI STAND IN
HIS OWN DIPCNSI.
Qulnlan look th aland In his own de-
fenaa, which I that he never uttered rhe
word attributed to him aad waa not
even la Turn Hall until after the meet
ing had adjourned.
Qulnlan laid he had reached the hall
nd mounted th platform after the
mooting had adjourned and waa In con
versation with eeveral reporter there
whea httas Flyaa told blm Chief Blmaon
wanted to as him.' He went to the
Chief, who waa In th back or the hall,
and naked If he wanted to toe him.
'Yes," raid Blmaon, according to
Qulnlan. "Who are you? Where do
you com from and what do you want
Qulnlan replied that he waa an Amor
loan cltlaon and entitled to go any
where without queetlon.
Then I waa grabbed from behind,"
he continued, "my arm pinned behind
me and. I was ruehod out of tho hall
by two policemen. Chief Blmaon follow
Ing. I waa taken to th pone atatlon
at tha head of a procaealon and there
I was aaked my pedigree. I refuead to
give It until I learned with what I waa
It waa mora than two hour later.
aa'.d Qulnlan, before he waa told that
he waa accused of preaching anarchy.
Adolph Leaalg, under indictment oleo.
took th etand for Qulnlan. He was
certain Quintan had not uttered the
The defence sprung a aurpiia whan
they sailed Joaeph Antonuocl to the
etand. He too tided that he was a
private detective and had been em
ployed y th mill owner to apy on
the atribera. It toatlSod that Qulnlan
never uttered the Inflammatory worda
mentioned In the indictment. ,
Kllaaboth Ourlay Flynn laid practl
cally the earn atory of events at the
Paataaa (MS Ho eer Dead.
WARRKNBBirRO, Mo.. May l.-Wat
nut Bay, the femoue pacing etalllran
which mado the fatat pacing record of
any breeding hore on exhibition at tho
Columbian ICxposltion, Chicago. In IMU,
la dead here. The horse waa owned hy
John UaUlaon. a w4l known breeder o'
pacins atock. The horse waa twenty
eevn year old.
PBBB POB TMB COl'POP.
Two braallfol Pbu to rat set a, rued af
faaaooa ealuiias. wUI be alvoa atlb seat
Koatlej'e World, rial area ore osltsM fee
f rami as i eo heavy art par, aad ropieeoai
hlttavM aoejocu. the nbjauli ef eeeae
rPlhar far set
WaaaWe Weekt to I
FLIES WITH SIX
: IN HIS BIPLANE
FOR 75 MINUTES
French Aviator Frangeois Rises
2,300 Feet and Breaks
World Time Record.
caMMrfKlW. Franc. May l The
Freneh airman FraaamaM to-day carried
air paaataajtra on til Malaaa daring a
aoventr-rrvo-TjvlBtite night, th omraMo
rooord tar an aw aytana bearing auah a
large nunrber of parson.
Krone- ota In hla flight reached
altitude of MtO feet
NEW THREAT MADE
(Continued fpoan First Pago.)
Political Union, tha central mill-
Th more advanced
member of tho fighting alaterhood
promt that the eventa of th laat
few daye are to ellpd by
thing to come.
oyiOLINCI SUCH AS HA MOT
ailH KNOWN rnp. DfCADIs."
vote for Women, th woman uffreg
being eympathlaod with. If not condoned,
aad approved by rr.any of the moat r
apootod aav-abldlas meenhere of tho com
munity." The police awthorltle ara greatly con
cerned about tho Increase af violence
and bomb attacks oa buildings, another
at which occurred at ToAUnharn, ta th
I northeast of London, this morning. Like
tht aPltd ytrtay ta Bt Paul's
ttAIUTAirBI, Hiai tiyuiv WfFaBJ Weoynwoavw wt WO tfW
rora lt had tlm" to eaplotfe. It waa
found by a caretaker outside th dMr
of a pawnbroker' ahosw
The aqthorluoa bare aocarad evidence
that many of the former constitutional
agottse baV Jatsit th militant
Body Mnoe tho defeat of the woman'
uffrago blU, and they say there I a
way to toil what may hapaa next
'Oeneral" Mr. Flora Drammond sud
denly oollapsed and fan la a heap on
th floor of the prtscaera' encloeure
at th Bow Street pllos court this
morning when proceeding' under the
Mallcsoua Damage to Property act were
resumed again tt tha even militant
euffragrotto leader of tho Women'
Social and Political Union and taatr
chMUlcal adier. Sao was practically
carried out of court hy a jailor aad a
"YOU NO HOT BLOODS'" DRANCH
Tba revelation mad during previous
hearing bad whetted tho public inter
est and the court was Dlied to over
flowing when tho "oonsptrauir" war
brought In. They comprised ooeiaoe
the "Oeneral," Mlaa Harriot Rebecca
Kerr, Mlaa Agnee Lake, MM Rachel
Barrett, Mra. Beatrlo Saundern. Mlaa
Annie Kenney, Ml Laura Lonaoa and
th analytical chemist Clayton.
Kurt nor corrrapu. dance waa produced
by counsel for the Treasury la which
the accuaed advocated "big things" auca
at a general raid on tba public letter
box throughout London or a war on
the Ileus of Lor. It was uggoeu d
that the attaoa oo th Peer could be
accomplished by mean of a suffragette
typlat who could aecuro a position oa th
...rung atari or tne upper tiou.
According to Archibald Bodkin, the
Treasury cooneM, a circular haa beea
found In Miss Laura Lennox' real donee
announcing tho formation of a bran oh
eecioty called the "Y. M. B." This
cauasd amuaement wimb laapector law
reao of Scotland Yard explained that
the Initial atbod for "Young Hot
Blood." Th SJslety was lo b com
posed of the younger member of the
Woman' Social and Political Union,
and no married women were eligible for
Except for the evidence aa to the
wealth of the Women' Social and Polit
ical Union revealed In the statement by
the prosecution that the rental paid for
th offl was BVMO yearly, ruins to
tll.Sn, th rest of th police court pro
ceeding was not inter eating The rose
waa adlourned until May U, alt tho
women betas allowed out on ball of 8,03
each owing to their condition of health.
"Oeneral" Mra Drunueoad had a aosond
oollapar Just before th adjournment.
The lllnoa of "Oeneral" Mr. Drutn
rnond, Mlaa Annie Kenney and th
o'her auffragatte waa due to a "hunger
atrlke." They had refuaed to eat since
Another blow at eurTragett militancy
wa atrurk to-day by the owners of eev
eral .lublic halla where the women wero
acratatomod to meet Issuing a notifica
tion that th door would be closed to
them from now on.
REDMOND BUST GREEN.
DUBLIN. May t.-MIe Uoraldtn Man
ning, who amused hereplf to-day by
pointing green broad arrow on th bust
of John Rod tno nd In the Royal Hiber
nian Academy at vengeance for th vote
of the Irleh National!! member. In tb
Houae of Common agalnat tha Wo
man's Suffrage bill on Tuesday, wa al
lowed week in which to any a email
Sn Inflicted on her by th police max
letrate. She aald aba would not pay and
waa warned that th coaeoquonoe would
b detention In Jail.
She had attached a card to John Bd
mond'a butt bearing the worda "A
traitor lac I a am aataa I, to,. our
BRITAIN IN TERROR
FIRST OFFICER WHO
RESCUED A CRAZED
SAILOR IN MIDOCEAN.
OF LINER; BRAVE
RESCUE IN FOG
(Qdrtud from Ft ret Pass)
and th oh or toward which ho awam
war abut from view.
The reacuers had bad a good Slirnpee
of hi position, and they pulled toward
the apot where they hVd oeon htm loot.
One minute-two, and then Ave and t
paaaad, without eight of tho swimmer,
Then there cam a hall from tho fog
"Ahoy." called Blair and a hta ahb
a tea answered, ho ahoutod back.
"Keep off," ho aald. Tm all right
Th other chap' a doaea yard ahead.
Straight on the way you're going.
Don't mind mo. I can keep up."
Those in the life boat lhtod th
officer he shouted and aaw In th
direction of hie guiding finger pointing
atrakght ahead of htm. Thay followed
hla command and an Instant later aaw
tha flraman Bound ting about a few
A few atrokea brought thorn along
aide tba demented man erased, they
learned afterward, from th heat of
th atokehole. Ho fought deaperately
to keep them from dragging him Into
ths boat Bat dragged In he waa and
held down by two big aallora. while
the thar puUd back to where Blair
wa traaaiajf Water and (touting at the
top of hta lung to lt tpem know hi
poaitlon. Ho waa pulled Into th boot
almost froaon. for ho bad boon fifteen
mlmito la tb water. Th fireman had
boon BBjhflMrged for Ur-quartr of
aa sour, and any but an Inaan man
would have died of tha oapoaurw.
ASSINQIRS CMMR BLAIR FOR
Aboard the ship, where the paaaeagor
lined the rail cheering heartily for Blair,
tb men Were hustled into the Mck bay.
Ship's Surgeon C. K. Mlluei-Hoy took
them la hand. A hot drink and aa al
cohol ruh mad Blair a good aa aew.
In a taw mlnutoa. clad In garment
more pra table than his pajamaa, b
waa atrlvlng to dodge the congratula
tlona of tb paaaengera and reach hla
cabin. Tha fireman. William Kelwen.
waa put to bed under a guard, for hla
experience In tho water had completed
th mental derangement which the In
tense boat of th tohhole had alerted.
The Majestic arrived here to-day, the
tuunitri atlll xoaalplna of the tr rul
ing rescue two day ago and telling each
. . - . . . 1 Lit. I.
other where iar nao iww wow
dived overboard, how they had aeen
Kelwen ruth from tho atoha hole and
bow they had felt as thsy waited fur
tha return of the reacuera.
par two day tha rsacus haa bean
the only topic of conversation, and aa a
result of it Blair will receive the flneat
pair of binocular that mony can buy
A pur of M30 wa taken up by the ad
miring paeaengere. and the glasaea. suit
ably Inscribed, will be preaented to the
first officer Jut as eoon a they con
elected and delivered.
UNION BANK IS NON-SUITED.
Cart Halo SlSOeOOO ae af Salll-
The ult of th Union Bank of Brook
lyn, which took over th affair of th
defunct Mechanic and Trader' Bank
after tb panto of UW7. agalnat Preeldert
David A Sullivan and eight of the di
rector at th latter InaUtutloa. for two, -am
we dbunlaeod this afternoon la the
Court Brooklyn, by jueure
The Union Bank alleged that, to cover
the Illegal uaee of bank' money, Bui- ,
ilvan and tha director, had aubitltuted ,
in the bank aaaet a not for Wto.tB),
on which It ud to recover. JuMlce I
Manning rule tni aa w itiajiwuiit
waa ahown for the nt It could aot b
lUtt OH. ' 1
KZZ- 6, Vae
POI ND BOX I
PENNY A POLIvB PROIIT rita rAlltl nisi
B.WO eewi3 aO-okUo Uoaw aa MoVoaita. Peoaol nolo or eorreaas aaoaa
sum. Cevtlaadl aad tSSth treo atereo ope every evening oattl tt s'oteob.
' " ' .TT; ee aatardo. e.llna ualll II .,'. loek. 'm.
14 BAR CLAY BTBXAI
J) CORTLANDT ST.
Charch Street MU - A Spraco Ma
RATHER THAN GdU
TO HOSPITAL SCK
MAN KILLS SELF
wore qott sure no
So thy went track to taa hoaa
with Mr. Snhmedor,
rough Mrs. Bchro odor's
IMBMd Ml there aad hlddsm.
thr waa a trnoo of hhn aad at
Oojrteaaaagh. aeo.ro Mn- ataoa
red h aatkar Boor behind
stair aad Bang it open. There, at fh
foot of the stairs, too Wriibiliawaa
FOUND IN C LOS IT Ht SHOOTS
MLS? TO DEATH.
"Her a your patient Doc,' tha pcdlet-
Had. and started down th etaa-a
queetkm to Wtnkelraaan
meant to be a good naturacl feet ear.
hla hiding, which should reason r htm
when the minted maa-paaaad a reenter
from hi pocket
Oortenbach polled and 1
th remaining stairs, throwing ntnawdt
on tho old man Just as Wlnktakaasi
fired. Afterward the policeman eaov
frssed ho thought Wlnkelmann harl
aimed at him. But it waa not at th
policeman he had fired. Ha had put the
revolver do to hla own tight tenant
and the bultat he dlacharged had o
torod hla brain.
Dr. Ahearn wa down tho stair aa St
stent after Wlnkelmann had collapaadlli
th arms of the policeman who hah
grabbed Mm, and he laid the old raa
on the floor and examined him hastily
When he rose It waa to remark genii,
to the mother and daughter:
"We're too late. He'll never go to the
"UNCLE JOE," 77, LIKE
BARKIS, "STILL MLiM?
DANVILLE. 111., May t.-"Unole Joe'
Cannon celebrated bt aeventy oevoath
birthday quietly yesterday, opendlnt
moat of the day at hi desk In has bask
During he late afttraooa pjaay
neighbor and old friends called, and
a delegation from the local ladga of
tho Bike aaked him to praMde aa mtor
locutor at a minstrel ehow to bo given
eoon. He declined, but aald ha wwahl
bo glad to act ware TJaaviB ear
rounded by a tight concrete wall a Ban
mile high. For years h had rarnMhod
th opposition pre many opportaaittv
to nay htm. he opined, aad he daatroo
to avoid almltar esportancce during hla
He eald that "If hla Men da inelMod, '
be would again be a candidate for Mp-
reeentatlv In Congr, but not voter
tartly. Th former Speaker apent part
of the day completing the ralalng t
a fund for a taw.ooo Y. M. C. A. Djllrl,
aaaaJaal aaas r
Smoked fbr Qualify
N Bafl BB MAN New Tnrk. Mav T. ABk
UHBT, aitd 3 roan, at 11 Kat
Funeral Friday al 10 A. M.; thaeee t
hi. Igntlu' it. C. Churoh. at 11 A. kt7.
where reeuiem meat will b offtrod for
th happy rpu of hr ooui. later'
Calvary Cemeerv. Arransetnonta b.
t'nderiaker William Meeker,
LOST, FOUNO AND REWARDS,
LOOT PBSS of prafMrlr, boloaen 7Ui
wa. taa a met rue
tarsal to MUa Btlt
,. Liberal rtwerd r
Carter. t-i6 W Seek tt.
LOHT -Stack "aad wktie " Jemaaoi aSBwaTawa
is K, aota ai. nuittow rueara.
HILP WANT hU as ALB.
SXt'KaiBMJlCD belli muled te.ovtar I
.ewer Ian mj
War aa eapaDl rur lat
matt iar rw
mm I at or ohao
A WtUuteia. now tTI.
Sieclal tor Maf'
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PB1SB riaa-fall of ell
tboao aoaJltlee that moke for a sa.
lb nnurl oleoooro lo liM
aattog. POIND BOB MffSpl
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