Newspaper Page Text
Mtl. of Kanaka County. MM DWUItil
Attorney Ctasrtaa Wrwn only looked
wis There waa nn rmm to look My
tber way. urdesa. pet-bmp. they fall a
liltlo foolMk oror the ordor thai kM
nt them to Bolmont Psrk. it must
have Inusrweeod even tha hard-hearted
tepraeeatatleee of tha la whoa tha
gallant thoroaghbiods danoad down to
tha barrlar and tha bead truck up
Auag Laser jme,'' and tha old tunc
araaa In roaring chorea. flaM. stand
sad dab boo joining la
Racing span eg tth a wboep aad a
hurrah. Tha Mtornobflee. .rrlvlng Ik
then aaata. packed aba road la Ions
iiaca aa far aa ana eewtd sea. and tha
af freak laavaa and flowers waa lam
Pared with that af burned gaaollaa
Tka ban latent lUUroad found that
aa tka trntnv
'am at ad tkrht wiUi cntriwslaatts. crawled
cvar h i ad raalia raihv Bvery few
otnwtee tralaa stopped to lot Ik n
gtneera laajulra tka direction. Thay had
tka tfcoy were la
Ik spite of ail
laarad hi akaadj
tka tan da, Inside tha
aid avarrthhsg waa aa It
flk kanda alaril. aaaa kuttorad la tn
bHgbt ssmahmc and tka aama f
aera tarast from tha parada up at Oka
graateasad. Tka only thing ataansa
waa baa aarpty aad lononorne bsttlng
raa TMra not ovan a aMdaVkj at tha
thfaatanad rntlHIa could ka found
NMHFr WAS THIRI. BUT HI
OdOWT PACK A QUN.
Merit DeMstt waa circling around.
.aj ka did not area pack a gua. AU
waa qatat alani tka I'm aa tka crowd
araad to. An hour before raaa tlma
H waa ealcuUtad that a would ha
in whan tka Brat flac fall.
Among the faoaa aaan Ik tka crowd
veto tkoaa of many famoua beokmak
rs af tka anal, but thay kspt tfcalr
'ante In tkorr pockets and ah aw ad no
..iclinetlon to taat tha antl-baeting law,
.-Tka Brand aland, a I moot a oaarter
ddUa lone, waa wall Bllad aa aarly aa.
? o aloch. Man aha rmtod) at a ad waa
hare bafara a row af boi-Mhe aaata kad
baaa bath dtraetly In front of tha grand
L Thara tear choioa aaata a tka
tha aviators hald away haro. and
tha raotoa odlotaJa probably dacldad to
ay war ta ka Mat by
aTdTTtTfklfdV flo)1!" W"dBT
tka km to ka laaaplat. bat aa each af
tna aliaaa apaitol trains anraad row
ajkpj taw af aaata Bitot up aatll only
.aaaa in tha estreme top af tka
Unas warp vasaat.
Tka day waa a
akaak hands with avsryboty atto aa that
cboer at tka
tad oa aa a
atajpl oM sight.
atVroaa TKSJtc cut thmne
J; WAf NP MTTftoO.
.isre wara na abjna af nottlat. al
tbawfh aaany wall known kottora wara
than all arar tka trauada Aa aa
tnataaea af took af batting, a aeana In
nd totogntPh aalra aadar tad grnnd
atoJkt to worthy of nota. A busy llttto
Odjaaak mm la, wrata a III ad mm kur
ttddlr and ask ad tha auaaaar to raak
It to Maw Tor. It waa a bat aoroaa
tha board on arlnaoard In tho Mot
tapMiua and Altaauha in tka third.
ka aansianj crowd at
At f.M, whan Mm haraaa and
out la all lhatr any Mvarr
tap tha rt tlma In Ursa yaara. fully
Ikl bar wars aaaaal ta tha kuga
.grakdatand or woro pack id aolldly In
fjwat. Aad far two milaa oataMa aha
ark graat tlaaa at autaosokilaa tltod
wMh a atone Mgktoiara wara btallad la
thMr awn dual.
H la anfa that thara baa aarar baan
aa many aatomabllai at a raaa traoh In
tkto country aa warn aaakad kara this
Oat in Qnimi padaatrlaaa had
to wait at tho koatovard araaataga for
Outwardly than t
Urn aatoraadatafaha day. Of
tha kadUag quastlon. bat Mm Jookoy
club aad tha traoh autharltlaa kad
tahaa a brm atond Mo nmktoro wkaaa
voaaaaUaa with racing la tha aid days
tod to tka cloning of the raaa tracks
ware tdkMllid. Meek makers remained
kway or kept to themes! roe. There
waa o pakito betting any where, aad
by tka maaigiaiiaA, patrettod Mm
araanda to aaa that Mm tow waa ob-
sdrwat la let tar and spirit
sad kto dapntlaa wnra nine
V ADJUTANT OKNIffAL.
i Of oeuraa there waa oral batUaaj ba.
twata tbdtYtdnato. Tkto to permit tea
by law under tap daatoiaa of the Ap
pellate Dtatatoa la the bbaae caaa.
Tkto daatotoa permits tha raiardlkg of
i oat oa a progTsmms. put
slM MM display of
viiatMa er bote.
Nat only warn the r
toMvaa af !
the Jockey Club buoy looking eat far
tow vlototloae. but thara were la tap
aa the town, m
who are d
net be nvtvnt. The
af Naaaau OewatyAad
Meary DeWltt HaaHlton.
Tarrlko ptsaanra aaa been brought
aaaa the Oov era or to get him to forbid
tha l aapantog at Bona oat Park, kut ha
bap tamed the enforcement of tha law
may to tha Haaaan Cowaty aattarltlae.
-Y OTAHflTEE UPY."
My apeetol arreapemet wtth the maaM
the wsrd aad must of
nsnssgaintly tka 'keUr tratrte
started after nkidstit tuna and
taak fitty antaataa or aatra ta as from
riatknah stall aa u tha fas,
ft Hklaad strings bam under aha
..at, aad worta at
to Mm crowd. Tko mOm np saattops
wart watch wt and common
gto. fraaa a ttoy rdator toa
Mtttoad to tha aatiajibtla ana. Fraas 11
daok and the eM boUlag riaaj swaraaa
of peranaa to tka employ of aootottoa
ONLY 1,500 VETS
IN LINE OF MARCH
Heroes of the Great Struggle
of the Sixties Show Tre
mendous Falling Oft .
FEW ZOUAVES ARE LEFT.
Throng on Riverside Drive Wit
ness Exercises at the Soldiers
and Sailors' Monument.
Attaoagh tha war with ipaln. In II
took proeedoooo m I m pons bos this Ma-
Day oror the greater aad more
civil war of 1MI-M, the vst
araaa of the atrnntoa that preoarvsd the
Daloa ware net forgottsn. Ths morning
waa glran oror lo the memory of thoss
erfca diet that the nation might live.
while Mm aftaiwooa waa devoted to tho
of the man who loot their llvaa
on ths Mains, a aacrMee that brought
about the birth of the Republic of Cuba.
Tka Riverside Drive parada In tha
orbing was a atriklag reminder to thin
gandbatton that tha civil war waa
fought flfty yaara ago and that ths msn
who took part In taat torrUle oonteit
are repMiy peaelat away. There were
only !,) vetrraan In line and of thee
only 1.M0 marched ths full mils of the
roots. Ths others rode In carriages
er walked a IIHU way with their nom-
radaa and then repaired lo the nwldlsra
bailors' Monument, where eeeta
were provided for them.
The decree In vet rani In line
to tbrrty-flve per cant aa
with the number that turned
out taat year. Nearly nil the man who
mnrahed to-day went Into the union
army aa boys. Many of them are still
ami thMr appmranua denotes
me when thara will ba aa
more vote raaa In the Memorial Day par
ada la etill far In the future.
Robert Moore of O. A. R. Post No. to
ajo Mm eldest man In tna He Is
stgbty-flve. but he ni arched erectly
aa bttokly aa any of his comrades.
There ware nanny vetemna over eeventy
M to ba aa aotrve and en-
thnatoetlo aa they ware whan thev
off to the front, bank tn tha
dark days af tha early 'tie.
A pathetic feature af Mia parade waa
tao pr Mines In Una of only ten our
1WSIP af MM Zouave regiments or New
If ark, one nana, the unto aurvivor af
Ma pea pf tha CI. A. R.. ataavered along
with tka color af his Eouavs rssrlmasL
Ths aurrlvara af the First Zouave Mad
men t or wow Tarn: numbered nlna la at
year thara ware twice aa many In Una.
1M00 M Aft OH IN TMt aV,D
Thara wara about 11, OM msn and boys
la tha parada aacardtag to the marahaia.
Thane included the member of the
Oraad Army af tha Republic, members
of the ooaat Artillery and sailors and
martnoa from the battleehlp -titan, a
brigade of tha National OunM under
command of htoior-Oen. John r. im...
United etoaaum War Veterans, ths Army
aad Mnvy Uaton. cadet oraaalsatian
and bay, scouts. Many kanda atM flfe
aat tram corps furnished music.
The eaercleea at tha base of the
boMlara and tailors' Monument at
tractot aa Immense throng that tprad
out an tap lawna and torrpoea clear
down lata RlvaraUa Park aad along the
drive for half n mile north and south.
The beautiful weather, tha long Una ol
battleship m tha Hudson and tha
af green treea aad shrubbery
a baokgrot nd far tho display of
the atarn and stripes united m an In
The puwlla of D Witt Clinton Hurh
cheol opened the eaercleea with the
hymn, "Nearer. My Ood, to Thee." and
Rev. William M. Oroevenor delivered
an Invocation, (ton. Ooerge B. Loud,
Chairman of tha Memorial Committee.
npok ao eloquently add feelingly that
oov. Bulaer. who was not down for s
speech, said he could not refrain from
eying a few worda of eulogy far the
men who saved ths Union. At the
Joe er the esereieee Comrade Bdward
rMigerald sounded tans.
As ths aouad at the bogle rant alont
tha Drlvd every man In the great throng
tok off hie hat aad every woman bowed
her hand. Not until the echoes had
died away did tha crowd move to 1-
la tha evening, at . there will he
memorial eerrlcee, Qrant Army, at Car
NINI rXMVtA ZOUAVES IN
Nine feeble urvtvor of the original
gecond Regiment of Duryeae loueve,
thMr faded battleaaga carried wrapped
about with gauae to keep the allk from
h redding abroad,- were the honorad
paradera In the line of march In the
Bronp parada The Zoueve. with tlietr
flaming red trouaera and Turkish jack
et, represented beat tha Sooting glorle
of a half century ago.
Tho parade waa reviewed at One
Hundred and Misty-ninth atrsst and
Boston road by Cant. Cbarlea H. Baa
tar, Chairman of tka Memorial Com
mittee of the borough; Prealdant Miller
and other officials af tka borough, and
commander of U. A it. poets.
HIBERNIAN ATTEND MEMORIAL
MAM AT CATHEDRAL.
About fifteen hundred member of the
Ancient Order or Hibernian and their
frteada attended the annual Memorial
Day tnaaa of ths order at at. Patrick'
Cathedral. The celebrant waa the Rev.
W Hilar Uvlngaldn. psator of at.
Uabrtsl's Church sad chaplain of the
ardor. The sermon waa delivered by
tha Bar. Daatol K tor aaa of at. Ber
nardo Church. a
toun davaaone of the order
at thMr haadauarter before the
ad awtfehet to the CaUttia'
WHEATS "DADDY COMING"
FOR TWO-YEAR-OLD WAIF?
liddie o Plwpcd Ptrk" Slill III
cMntd at ChNdivn'i
urcly aomebody mut want little
'Hddle of Proanect Park." Nobody
could hat e deliberately abandoned n lit
tle man with uch n cheery imlle and
merry blue eyee aa Kddl poaeeaae.
Tot this tiny adventurer, whom Po-
itremen Dnn af the Proepect Park
atatlon found asleep under a tree laat
Monday, and who haa been waiting for
papa or n mamma to come alone
and claim him ever elnce, atlll wattea
waif unclaimed. Kver alnce Monday ha
haa baan In tha children' aoolsty
rooms ovsr on flchermerborn street.
Policemen Dean elumbted onto a round
Wtla Handle af boy while he wai
creasing through from tha croquet
ground to tho animal pit. A two-year-
old younpeter. olad In brown romp re
i orown jacket and with a white
knitted cap on rwa gojden toed, lav
curled bp, ssleep on the comic auaptp.
ment or a Sunday nowepaper. When
the polio man awoke him aad asked Mm
wnat hi name was tha little fellow
anewerod. "Bddle" and beyond that he
a aat revealed Ma identity
where they took the alaoes aaelansd
Tho Interior of the church u wni...
dtu with tile areen and ald hirm...
the different bodies, which were carried
by apeoia' aquad wearing aasii and
olherdiialgnla of the order.
rather kUernaa auoke on olvtr dm
He nTd 1 the Hibernians la wor'i fnr
the uplift of the general common-
Wealth, and aald the charltv r.i knii.
ties of Hi. Patrick made him a worthy
aaample of tha beet tyoe of , itiu.,.
He !. I tlllli :o follow tlm niinial. ..
their llluatrlou patron.
5.000 IN BROOKLYN
PARADE, INCLUDING MO
CIVIL WAR VETERANS.
In the Hrooklyn narad at r, om
veteran of the Civil wr ni h. -
leh-American war marched hehindtira.
ant day militiamen, regular Infantrymen
oi ma untied Stale. Army and Naval
The parade, of which John A. Ond-
wln wa Orand Marshal and at the head
of which Adjutant Oanaral n.r.. it
Jackaon rode, formed at Houth Blghth
atreet and Bedford avenue, marched
past the Oram statue before the Union
League Club, Into Baetern Parkway and
thence to the Holdlera' and Sailor'
Monument, at 'roepeot Park Circle.
The marchrrs ware in elx division.
One wai reserved for tho old veterana.
many of whom rode in long Una of
carrlagee because of I heir feeblenee.
In the line were 300 members of Grand
Army posts, twenty of whom renre.
etvted the remnant of an old Zouave
regiment Among the militia organlsa-
tlona ware til Kourteenth. Fnrtu.
nventh and Twenty-third regiment,
the Thirteenth Provlelonal Coast Ar
tillery, the lleconri Cavalry. Plrl Field
Artillery and necond Battalion, Naval
The narade aaa reviewed at K.at.m
Parkway and Radford avenue by Brevet
.viaj.-iten. isaac a. "ainlji I . . A., and
Paat a. A. R. rVmmndra 1,, .,!, w
Kay and Michael Cummin.
Maty abet la Mealeaa Riot.
MEXICO CITY, May M.-A riot oo-
urred at Monterey yesterday in the
ours of which a mob fired on the
Oovrrnment Palace, according to pri
vate advice received here. The aut.ioi,.
ties returned the fire with two machine
guns, killing or wounding sixty of 'he
rioters and dleienlna the other
TAPPPb - t
banal aanmffinnnn' I
Chief Events of the Afternoon
in Memorial Day Celebration
MAIM; MKMOBIAL MONt MENT PAIlDaWMartl froat Filth
gvetka aad r-ortr-ascsat atrast at tM T. at Ragle i North pp
Firm kvcaae paat raTlewhag ataat, at Hotel lktB watt ag Fifty.
BBttlt atrcat to Cabtral Park West, north aa Coatraj Part Watt
to ftoTantjr-klBU tragi.
MUNK MONVMKNT I N VKILIMi EXKBCI8ES. IM P. M. at tha
Maine Mniaajgat, Caatrsl Park West ant Flfty-nlatb atraat
Fgrgtrr PratMekt TBft, Hacretary of War Ltoitoj M. UtrrlMa,
etocratory ol tka Navy .aaaakat UaRftlt, aad outers to atak
BUICIMS AT G MINT'S TOMB. 1 P. M. at ne Hand red n
Twpkly-talrt gtratt aaa MJfanMa Drirg by Grasi rati, G. AeC
auK liViiMKO WOKLD,
HAS PHOTO TAKEN; TO OFFICER 10
SUIT HALTS TO-DAY SERVED 25 YEARS
Declines to Address G. A. R.jCol. H. H. Brinkcrhoff Quits
Because It Might Not Seem the N. J. N. G. After Is
Proper at This Time. Slng Order No. IS.
MA RQt'KTTR. Mich.. Mar 30-Theo-dore
Rooaevell' 1111,0011 llhel (itlt egalnet
Rdltor Oeorge A. Nowett of Uhpemlng
i lay quiet lo-day. The courtroom door
ware looked in honor f the few old men
lemain rig hereaiout from the Orand
Army of the civil aar. who mat In the
Utile opere-hobev to mourn their dead.
Thl I the nret Memorial Day ilnoe
I t an which nooeevelt ha not mad a
puhlto addreee. He told hi friend ho
wanted to accept the Invitation af the
.M eotdlera here t, talk to them, but
feared It would be regarded aa a "grand-
He had hi picture taken this morning
wHh 'Teddy' Rsynolds. aged two, great
grandchild of Peter Whit. oaMed tha
"grand oM man of Mlchkmn." Then
he went out on the lawn of the Peter
WhIM homestead, where he I the guaat
of Ueorge Khiraa. and poked around la
tha grass in search of a small hapb said
to grow exolurivel In the Northern
peninsula. He did not find It. Later,
ft want on a long automobile drive on
Tha court proceedings in hi libel
eult for publication of the charge that
the Colonel goto drunk hna brought
huge delight to barkeope. Prom No
faunae to the (too, ibloeaonflng In aa
loon front wlndowa are announcement
of "T. R. punch, which contalna n tea
spoonful of mtHc," "Toddy Toddy
for Jungle Pevor." and almllar thirst
Judge Richard K. Flannigan. presid
ing In the libel eult. never haa tasted
an alcoholk- liquid In hla Ufa Expert
queetlona of oounnM concerning Bau
tern. Medoc. Moeelle wlnee and cor
dial and tho relative potency of
Hootcn, lrlah.and plain corn whiskey
have been received by the court with
a pucker of pusalaaaaat on hla fore
heed. Hair a doaen or tha Colonel wit
neaess. Including; aom who already
have testified, were told to-day to make
arrangement to remain until tka end'
or neat week fnr pooelbla uae la re
(Continued from First Page.)
and Abigail, or at least that the chil
dren, Muriel and Natalia be given the
choice of their father or mother. Re
cently, Natalie manifested her dteap
proval of the Court'e direction that ehe
remain In tha cuatody of her father at
the Hotel Belmont When ehe arrived
home for the summer from her boarding
achool the flal from her father to her
While the lawyers remained closeted
with Justice dorr, the eceno In the
court-room was moat animated. Mrs.
Blahop awept Into the room ohortly be
fore U o'clock In an elaborate gown of
blaok and brown lace, she took ker seat
at one end of tho counsel table ibeald
her elster and secrstary. Bishop and hi
sister, Mr. Lanier, were seated at the
other end of the table. Mr. Bishop
fastened her eyes on ths banker, but
ho did not return the glance.
More of the feminine than haa graced
the sessions before were In the court
room. Three now mala, who ware pre
pared to further add to the avalanche of
testimony connecting Blahop and Mrs.
Owsthmey, were In oourt Besides, there
were several society matron, who took
advantage of the holiday to run down
to tha empty court-houae and hear tho
trial of the case
BULGARIANS PUH FIGHTING.
Hefase to Nrauttote With Greek
LONDON. May SO. -Artillery fire was
opened on the Greek poejtlone In the
direction of ICleuthera yesfbrday by the
Bulgarian troop stationed at Pnva
to tha eaat of alonloa, according to
an Kxchange Telegraph Co. cable from
Athena. The Bulgarian commander re
fused to enter Into negotiation with
the Oreek commander for the purpose
of etopping the firing. Detail of the
engagement have not jet been received.
Owing to till aggression by the Bul
garians a portion of the Clreek fleet
haa been sent to Eleuthera.
k h.il AY , kAY 30,
Oov. Jam,, r yutamr csught s tals
"In from Trenton to Jersey City last
night and thl. morning joined with the
olllcer. of h. Fourth Regiment end In
vlted guests from all porta of the State
a fa, -well dinner to Col. Henry H.
Rrinherhoff at ,. -.....,. r ,
. ulUi niimrni in-
rantry. Nabonal Ouard of New Jeraay.
- m.onagnt col. Brlnkerhoff had com
pleted a quarter of a century of mili
tary service In the National Ouard. In
which ba had risen tram ,h r.k
Kvry mllllarv mat.
How Jersey was at the dinner, which
wa earn in the Downtown Olub, Jer
sey City. It was orhrtnall. Sa
haira the gathering' 'aba the form of a
real military me. This !. .w..
OB" baeauae of the prominent civilian
Asnong those wtr aat on either Ms r
Qal. Brlnkerhoff and Lieut. -Col Arthur
L. ateel. shn la i - - .....
Oov. Jemee P. Kfeider. Major-Qen. Dan-
wa r. voruna MaJar-Oon. P. Parmer
Wanner. Brevet Majar-Oaa. Joseph H.
BrenalngeV. Brto.-Oen. with.,, w uu.
Brtg.-Oaa. Bdwln W. Hlne. Brevet Brlg.-
saewart u. asaith. Col. John D.
Praaer. CM. Albert A. w.ir.. t
Col. Oeorge M. Buttle, Major Edward
wnn.man, u. a. A.; Major Peter H.
Jamea. Capt Cornelius Brett. First
Lieut Thorn Stray er. U. 8. A.; Mayor
H. Otto Wlttaenn 0f Jereey City and
Rov. Bdward a Brook. Rev. M. H. Mc
LawgkUn sad Rev. J. a. Mulrv ,r i
DINNER OIVKN IV THE COMMIS
SION JD OFPICERS.
Tha dinner waa planned by the fifty
commissi on d officers of the Fourth
Regiment whan It waa learned a few
weeks ago that Col. Brlnkerhoff waa to
Major Oeorge T. Vlckera, who is As
sistant Proaecutor of tha Plana of Hud
son County, waa tha toes tmaator , ' a
grandfather' a clock ala teat high ' waa
preeented to Col. Brlnkerhoff bp hla of
flcara. Speaking af hla retirement from tha
mo .oi. suinaarkoff aald: 'Many of
7 friends are af tha, - - svsi
I am raUring from the service of my
own oecauae I think I am getting too
old to be of uae any longer. Tbnt. of
course, la hot ao. I am aot nearly
sixty, aud am to the prim of life.
"Conacisntlous scruple are responsl
ble for tho atop I take to-night Tho
muitto of our uute is ao longer an or
ganisation or uniformed men as It might
Mi been many yaara ago. Wa are
all soldiers to-day reel uMb.. a.
quiring mors proficiency and more
wsaawg aiaaa man wo ever have baan
wltb the regular army. Therefor, a
man must give hla tlma and hi. -----
tlon to hi duties aa a eetdler If he allies
nimaetr with the militia of to-day
"During tha oast at month. T
come to a realisation of my Inability to
""a a goon soldier aad a good due
tor. That is. my dutlsa In either line
conflicted with the other. There is ao
step In my sntlrs lira that la token with
greater regret than my retirement to
night. FIGURE IS FOLLOWED BY THE
"I am not a believer In signs or In
numbers, but I cannot hatn ra.m
night that my laat order aa a
me s-ourth waa General n.. xi ,.
The laat drill was on the twenty-third
day of May. which terminated the erin-
MP ana spring series. That persistant
twenty-three crossed my life twice this
month, for It waa on tha ti.
" " ...,1V,
also that I celebrated my birthday."
uwa arinaernore waa presented by Oov
Fielder with a te.enty.flv. yaara aarvlc
Dr. Brlnkerhoff. as tha Mtteas h...i
or tha regiment is better known
throughout Hudson Countv mh. hi.
military career aa a private la Company
s use rourtn etegiment. That was
in use He passed through tho non
oummlaalon aradee until lau u,h... a.
waa elected to a second lieutenancy in
company w, bis monina later he was
mads captain of the eama company, in
laH ha became major, and lieutenant
colonel In 1Mb. On May V), MM, whan
coi. strensinser waa promoted to Uen
eral. Brlnkerhoff waa moved up to hla
position na chief of the regiment
Lleut-Col. Arthur U. Steele, if! accept
ing a gift of a miniature gold aaber
Mbri pin, caused some eurpriee when
he announced that like Col. Brlnkerhoff
It wa probable that he, too, waa mak
ing hla farewell addraaa to the orflci.-s.
The lieutenant-colonel espraasad th
opinion that ha expected to soon leave
the service for the very aame reason
which prompted Col. Brlnkerhoff.
JOCKEY IS THROWN
AND FATALLY HURT
Rothwalt York, twenty-five years old,
a Jockey, employed by a stable at Bel
mont Park, was seriously and probably
fatally Injured this morning, lis wss
exercising a horss about 10 o'clock
whsn he loat hla seat In Ihs saddle and
fell. One. font remained In the stirrup
and tho boy waa dragged some distance
before the horse waa caught
At 8t. Mary's Hospital In Jamaica it
waa found hla breaat bona was crushed
In and hla body and head were a mass
sf bruises where he had been mmped
along the ground nnd where he bad
been hit by the hoofs of the frlahtened
horde, York's home ie at No. Ut Gar
field place. Brooklyn.
ONE WONDERFUL NIGHT.
day's World ta
as., tweaks. 75, wLets VZiZLZi.
OF FOURTH REGIMENT,
N. J. NATIONAL GUARD.
AT THE TRINITY AND
ST. FAUL'S CEMETERIES.
Graves In 8t. Paul's and Trinity
churohyarda were decorated in honor of
the heroes whose remnlna rest In those
places, or who are memorialised In
monuments there, but there were no
visitors, sa both churchyard were closed
to the public. No memorial Mervioes
were held In either place.
On the memorial to Major-Gen. Rich
ard Montgomery, In the facade of Ht.
Paul's church, hung a wreath of pdrple
leaves placed there by the Hone of the
Revolution. Occasional guats of wind
blew the yellow and blue streamer
away from the inscription, giving the
passerby an opportunity to read:
A grateful remembrance of tho
patrlotlam, conduct, enterprise and
perseverance of Major-Oen. Mont
gomery, who fell In the attack on
Quebec, Dec. 31, 1TT5. Aged 17 yeara.
Tha obetlek taoniimenta to Dr. Jamea
MacNeven and to Thomas Addis Bmmet,
In tha north and south aisles of tho
graveyard respectively, were also dec
orated. ThoMartyra' Monument in the north
east corner of Trinity churchyard also
bore a wreath from the Sons of the
Revolution and a flag waa conaplcuoua
wtiere the words "Don't give up the
ship!" attested to the patriotism and
aahf-aacrlflce of Capt. Lawrence, the
commander of the frigate Cheaapeake.
Alexander Hamilton's tomb waa also
decorated, as waa tha memorial to Oon.
"Fnll" Kearny and that to Noah Pirn
bam. "I have been here twenty years," aald
the sexton of Trinity, "nd In that
tlma I have noticed the ead falling
away In tha attendance of the grand old
men who made n pious practice of com
ing here aaoh year. I remember when a
hundred veterans would oome to deco
ra:? and visit the graraa; now most of
them have passed away or become too
old lo attend any more.
"Uut every day la memorial day at
Trinity, and thara la s large number of
visitors to the graves all the vear
round. It is an Inspiration for those
who are connected with It."
AUCTIONEER WILL SELL
MORRIS PARK IN LOTS.
Old Race Track Gors Under the
Hammer in the Clubhouse
As Belmont Park comes back to life
Morris Park's old clubhouse will wit
ness a scene to-morrow that waa never
contemplated by those who designed
snd built It twenty-five years sgo.
By order of the stat Banking De
partment the famous old racetrack
property, consisting or i,t lots. Is to
bs sold at auction, and the 300-acr
tract onca devoted to the sport or
kings Is to bs converted Into home
sit. The sale will begin at M o'clock
In what aa formerly the grand ball
room of the clubhouoe and will continue
In morning, afternoon and evening ses
sions, ovary day except Sundays, until
every lot has been sold.
A considerable Part of the assets of
ths Carnegie Trust Company and the
Northern Bank are tied up la the Mor
ris Park property. The Banking De
partment realise thoroughly tho poaal
ullltlea of a sacrifice In offering so many
lets at once, but cash must be realised
for tha depositors of tha failed financial
Hsalthj Department statistics Indicate
that the Bronx Is growing In population
to-day mora rapidly than ever before
at tho rate of about (00 a month.
Now, for tired feelings, bad blood, etc.. is
Spring Medicine and blood purifier.
Don't Puzzle for a
Made by E. Pritcbnrd
Ml Spring St., New York
Try it for meats and
graving. Per bottle.. .
Cl h H BPINKLPHOrr
SAYS STABBING VICTIM:
'YOU OUGHT TO SEE THE
OTHER FELLOW'S EYES'
Policeman Finds the "Other
Fellow," Blinded by Beating
A boy with red stains on his heat
and slashes in ths back of his coat
passed Policeman McWilllama at Second
avenue and Thirteenth street eariy to
day. "WkBt'l the matter?" asked the po
liceman. "Oh. nothing, eicept I got cut up n
little back there."
"Who did It?"
"Tou 'won't have any trouble Identify
ing him by his srat, big, beautiful
eye ' "
"What do you mean, trying to kid
me?" asked the policeman.
"Haw, I mean that after he stabbed
me 1 gave him tha lovelleot pair of pop
yeg yon ever saw. Ouesa they are good
snd black by now."
Mi Williams took the youth, who aald
he was John Bruno, eighteen, of No. 3 id
Kast Thirteenth atreet. Into a drug atore
to wait for an ambulance and started
out to look for tha other one. At Thir
teenth atreet and Third avanua four
boya aat on a stoop. Three ran whan
they aaw the policeman, hut the fourth
didn't becnuae ha couldn't see. Both
eyee were almost completely closed.
Bruno had not exaggerated.
The youth with the "shiners" wouldn't
talk at the Fifth atreet station except
to eay ha waa Oeorge Waldron, atxteen.
of No. BO East Nineteenth atreet Bruno
wouldn't identify him at first, but finally
aald he did the cutting, but refused to
say what It waa about. Waldron waa
BRIDE IS FOUND SLAIN
ON LONELY JERSEY PATH.
Young Woman Went to Buy Ice
Cream at Nig'.it and Was
Twenty-year-old Alvlra Cerclallo set
out about t o'clock last night to walk
from her huaband'a candy store at No.
M) Cheater avenue, In the Silver Luke
section of Newark, N. J., to Bloomfteld,
where she Intended to order some ice
cream in anticipation or the big trade
which the little store would do to-day.
This morning her mutilsted body waa
found In a tract of waata land on the
outskirts of Blootnfleld. FroM her cloth
ing 1200 had been taken.
The body of the girl was found by
Denial Itoblnaon, a negro employed by
t.i Wlllard Lawleea Lumber Company.
He wss taklnc a s.iort cut across the,
lind from the msin road connecting
Blpomfleki with the Silver Lake pap.
lion of Newark, and it la supposed that
little Mrs. CePOlellO was following the
earns short cut when she was attacked.
The police carried the body to the
Orange Moraue. Cerclello had
searched ail night for his bride and
had followeJ the road which she must
have taken tn :eucn nioomlleld, but
he had not thought of the abort cut.
A feature of the esse which puxxles
the police Is that seeral rlnxa were
left on the Anger and a sold bracelet
whlc- she wore on one arm had not
An Appeal to Wives
Yon know the terrible affliction that
comes to many homes from the result of
a drinking kusband or son. You know
of the money wasted on "Drink" tbal
ia needed in the home to purchase food
and clothing. ORR1NE has saved thou
sands of drinking men. It is n home
treatment aad can be given secretly.
Your money will be refunded if. nfter n
trial, it haa failed to benefit. Coats only
1.00 a box. For sale by Riker-Hege-aaaa
Drag Stores. Come ia aad get a
free booklet and let them tell you of the
toed QRBINB is doing.
WCIrUS m SATURDAY. IHE AISI
CHOCOLATE COVERED rsWkLUiEg
-Tito -VfV ifc
.d. POtlVlT BOX BC
0 Ufa ZX&"?
r -sex . 5ar- b t.
iii fgtfaaaab IttHiL BSS
N -1 r th At
iOO BUOOMF. HT.. Cor. Cni
28 Wee Hits) Ml. Jn K..i n Si
J. 4 4. W. WILLIAMS
bus aa. ma.
Ta. let oehuai
Ml Wttt Mtt It.
All lest er foaad articles ad
vertised 1a The World will lie
listed et The World's lafernia
tksa Baseaa, PalMsw Hulldtox
Arcade, Park Bowl World's
I'stowa Office, worth west ear
ner Bath M. aad Bead war i
W.rld's Harlem Office. 140
Weat laath at., nnd World's
Brooklyn Office, Baa Washing'
lea at., Brsskly. fee 8 dure
feetowtoa the aetotlag of the
ses-lsi ..ajejwptu - iric
WOMEN TALK LE98 ,
THAN MEN; FIGURES
SHOWN TO PROVE IT.
1 --asa i i
A patleat French atathjtlelaa haa
discovered that women talk lees than
For tha past month ht. JPabwtoat
at Perls baa bean taking ku stead la
varices parte at Paris with tka aat
purpose of overbearing as much ag
possible of tha eooveraattoa at
passersby In order to discover tka
a newer to tho momentous
From tkeatree. fraaa I
from tha atresia, Dnbodoat topngh.1
ike sams tale men ta variably con
trolled ths conversations.
Tho Investigator advanced tha odd
theory that woman's rsmarkakte tV
vanoemeot In education aad the al
lowance at a breeder enjoyment at
lire la tho past twenty years have
cauaed her ta talh lose.
BjCIAJAOkfrB new ameo
ntnnnn ruialUC uniEr
STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY
IN THE MEMORIAL PARADE
Michael Corbeit Falls From His
Horv at Head of Column
and Quickly Dies.
Chief or Police Michael Corbett of
Neaark. N. J while riding at the head
or the parada in that city thla morning.
was stricken with apoplexy aat fell
irom his horse lo the street. He waa
picked up by oome of hie men and hur
rled to the poatofflcr. Before a doelo
could reach hi aide he was dead.
Mr. Corbett owned the horse he wa
rlding, but it was only on epeclal sees
stone 'like that of to-day that he rod
Mm. He was nearly seventy years old.
but had apparently enjoyed the beet ol
health. He had been at the head of th
police department for elx yeara.
The parade was proceeding up Broa-1
treet, nnd It was near Clinton street the
Chief fell. The parade halted while ha
waa being carried to the post-obflc, an i
many of the paradera did not know that
the Chief was dead until after the pro
cession waa over. It I estimated the
there wre about 1S.0OO In line.
Karlhejnah, hoek Recorded.
WASHINGTON, May 30. - Sew,
mngrapha at Georgetown L'nlvereit .
tn-riay rcglntered an eorthquske ehoc.
of moderate intensity, the tremor be
Klnnlng at 7.3 and the movement
InK at v:w o'clock. The moo
nounced shocks ceme at t o'clock thl
morning. Father Torndorff aald.
HIGH IN THE BACKJfND
LOW IN FRONT Z1r2i
For Ladies and Gentleman!
ON OUR CONFIDENTIAL
At otee 1-S less
Anybody can apea an ae aat oa
No Honey Down
First I 2F?
One Week After fomhoeo
Na rafareae or aaeaHtr sndsd . Be
ball" aad fri ewe's. aVn aasoarrae . ST
This I th mat liberal offer ever
made. It proves our faith la the eetle
fylng qualities of our cloebss sag tVs
rmr trust la rou.
Be, land a lSath. I BeCbth a atb Ave.
t'ui a owjkMk.
Why not Install I clever
Then the rats and mitt witl
pear as if by magic mm you at
a purrlnj family pet that wfQ aat
cnecnuiness to tae fireside.
And perhaps you would like g talk
ing parrot, a song bird, a hKhfgj
watch dog. some goldfish, white mice,
some rabbits, eggs for hatching or
Read World ads. (or birgalnsi
Use World Ads.
. for Bat Result
- .ajfc'i-v . . '-..- -1 1 1 i, i me ii t
. .-V. -