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Wm ob bar bed when Ml Be Roojue en
tered her room whh a revolver. IDse
lewey eprng up anil started for the
door. Mle Roque ahot her In the beok
ad the bullet MWl dear through aer
body, penetrating her left hisx and kr
heart. She dropped daad at tis thresh.
H af tha closed door.
i Roeu than essayed twice to
hereeW la tha tesnpla, out th re
f rha revolver spoiled kar aim, aa
Indicated y two trallete la tha
wall af tha room about nlna faat from
Aa floor. Tba third attempt waa atse
eesafu, and Miss Reo.ua, with a bullet
Crouch hrr brain, (all daad across tha
body of har eoualn.
Tba head nuraa at sight reported to
Suet ftnserrberg that Mia Roque had
nat-fna on duty at mi.'r.tiiht and waa
MM her room. A aubatltute nurae a
pat on .ind It wis supposed that Mla
Roque had left the hoapltaL Whan Miss
Ltscey did not appear thla momlnc tha
par of her room waa forced and tha
tragedy waa revealed.
When the body of Was Tloque wat
searched a roll of Mile amounting to ITS
tarn found In one of her stockings Miss
MaOay had I2 In a drawer In har room
Boa young women were 'rural and Mia
tetesy waa In tba hahlt of sending money
la a a later who live In Oswego.
PASTOR DN STAND
ADMITS HE ASKED
GIRL FDR A KISS
fOiMwUfWAil Awn ftttt
e'Ssartr. voluntary klaa-r
Steai. "Do you eonalder that
Una for a paator to wit, to a
ratnf sserrsW of bia flookr
jap." said MastRorte, "that waa wrong
mSk aUIy of ma. I meant no harm, but
tt waa allly and of oouraa loos much
M now than IV waa Intended."
Jpba, Dennta Mason, tha Clrt'a mother.
M subjected to a rtgsd eraaa-axamtea-M
by Stein. Ska had contradicted the
of awretaa wf I assess (or tha
he denied having voluntarily
any oomptalat against MsoSorle,
had' abroad tha complaint
at knowing what waa In tha docu-
satat. Ska denied ahw (hat har daagh
taa.Jsad confessed to har wrondoinej
with M acRorte. aa testified to by a than
party to tha ti Una between
ajRlar and dawatilar.
SVowecutor tetn fall ad to a bake
swsYRorle'e atrange iSsaaUiu af hla
rdwaan for signing- a declaration of
flBJJfc Oaa of the juror, bow ever,
draw Irom the minister tka statement
a alanine; tba document ha had
a Idea .he waa helping tha tlrt
William F. Bellman of Ma. 1141
nth avunias, Ma nhattan, waa the
Seat, wltnaaa to-day. Prosecutor Stem
abkda a dee perate effort to b.eak down
tha- New Total payassJajrw teetlmony
that be had awaawaad the Nekton girl
recently and found her eondttfon oaa
that made Maalaarw's gUt Impoaaable.
Jm order to test Br. BnUman'a aaaur-
that It was XVHeh Nelson as am.
alios Nekton, her twin sister.
, brought to court. They pat aide by
I with their mother aad tt was p-
ni at a fiance mat lbs reoiiiaiHii I
was not at rone enough toJbe confusing.
Tha proeecutlon had brought up the
tag slater question at the dose of
yesterday aaaalon with tha Mas that
TV Bullman might har been deceived
I mining tba wrong gtrL But when
mats saw the radical dlf-
m tba appaarasci af tha two
JKYAN ASKS CANADA
OETAIN JACK JOHNSON.
Jfffro PuftUJst Says He Is Ready
to Give Hlmtelf Up If
, wtn be detained
of Secretary of
avwa. Johnson vlafted a loaal nawa
psr ottso. inking mtnrmafckm as to
I attttod of tha United States author-
; wwii few did wot laCorm tha poUea
told by a United Stelae
a (Sal official that nobody
I stop hhB aa be araaout on bail.
(bat be dtd not Intend to
aad was ready to gtrs him-
Johnson holdsaa ITliiiash aVrk-
sVaaos or St. Petersburg, as he
a. be wtll tie arrested and sent
to Cbloaaw as Tulokly as tba ml
of the law wai permit If he
auoh a ttakst It const use It
t deles. J on neon, who la under
all bond, pending hto aapeal
conviction Is Ghieago fa a white
, aaaa I Into
V A8UMT, N.
polnje4s of Bahjh W. Tarkkr of Now
Task and John I. Meatok sf Albany
dy Superintendent Van Tuyt af tba
THE PESTROYWQ ANGEL
Isppow a nan whom hto doctor
h t doomed to death should matt t
g 1 who had Just arrintd to kill her-
Queer irtuattos. tort ttl
' ill ports of possOMIUkw nttt trtoa.
b (act, tbay do.
and tbay conrbinc to make Ons ol
Hm ftronfttt, most txofUng summer
mriet ever written.
The itory b) "The Dettroyinf Angel,"
Pf uouis joeepa vance.
Jt opasi Is New York, And ail IU
action revolve shout Manhattan
rrhe DcatrojrtBg AassT will begin
pusticsnoa is waaoesoty'i ova
am ""TT " L
AIRED IN COURT
Justice Goff Orders Case Sub
mitted to Appellate Division
A JUDGMENT VACATED.
Actress Had Accused Him of
Dictating Her Perjured Tes
timony In $22,5oo Suit.
Tba oharge that Mas D. meuar, wko
baa bean counsel In many noted crim
inal and civil eaeee in the last few yeara
and Is reputed ta have am septa1 a for
tune thereby of over a million dollari,
was guilty of causing perjury waa be
fore Jut-tire Ooff Indirectly In the Bi
preme Court to-day aad waa sent to the
Appellate IMvlelon of the Supreme t'ouru
Mr. Steuer naked for sn Appellate Itlvl.
Hon Investigation. William Travera Je-
rome, who stirred up the chargei.
agreed. The judgment for t32,H0 which
Rdlth St. Clair, Mr. Bteuer'e eouhrette
client obtained agalnet Klaw A Er
lanaer on lbs svldence which ahe baa
alnee ronfeabed waa untrue waa aet
Mr. Steuer Waived hla right to coVoct
a fee out of the annulled Judgment and
at tne aame Urns declared that he
thought tt waa the general belief that
Mlea St. Clair had recently received e
a far In exreea of the damage
award to her after a Jury decided that
Abraham Rrlenger. lit oonatderatlon of
her affection for him, bad contracted to
ass that alts got employment for life
at tne rate of m a week.
William Travera Jerome, oounaal for
Klaw A Brlanger, mads tha motion
that aa Judgment be aet aalda Hla
motion waa baaed on a aworn con-
rioa by Mlaa St. Clair that tba teetl
mony to whlob aha swore at both the
Brat sod second trials of aba suit was
falsa and waa arranged and dictated to
bar by Steuer.
dm St. Clair baa already made tha
aame atatementa before the Orand Jury
and a eommltte. 0f aba Bar Association.
The teitlmoojy before tha Orand Jury
gave har immunity from any criminal
oharge because of her confessed crime
la -aw ess hag falsely. The Bar Aasoeta
Uoa la consider Ui charges, looking to
the dlabarnwnt of Steuer.
JueUoe Ooff took up tha oaaa after the
call of the calendar and baa rial thirteen
TIUCR APPEARS TO CONDUCT
MM OWN DKPCNSI.
Mr. steuer appeared In parson la de
fease of hla reputation. Whan Mr.
Jerome started hla argument Mr. Steuer,
slender, nervous and wMh hla arms
clasped aeraas hla breast, nodded ner
vously at papers on tha table In front
of him. Hie former client. Mlaa St.
Clair, was not In court
Mr. Jerome re oail ed that Mlaa St.
Clair, la apparent good faith, had made
a statement that Mr. Brlanger had
promised for (bo firm to pay bar ITS a
weak. The Jury believed har and gave
bar verdict. "The eosnplalnant oame
to my omoe." he said, "In Mar and
talked to at about tha case as two dtf-
rerent oecssions and made affidavits af
unpleasant charge against her counsel."
Mr. Jerome remarked that Mis St.
Clair, of course, waa a perjurer aad un
corroborated. Thla admission, ha said,
was due to Mr. Steuer.
Mr. Jerome read from Mr. Hie jar's an
swering papers that, as Miss BL Ciair a
osuaask bo had no objection to the re
voking of the Judgment and gladly
waived any right be might have In any
part of the Judgment aa a fee.
Mr. Jerome said be did not appear be
fore Justice Ooff to charactsrlse any
conduct indicated In the affidavits by a
fallow-member of tha bar. He simply
asked that tba Judgment against hla
clients be vacated.
Mr. Steuer smiled aa ha rose. '1 do
not appear here to dispute the Justloe
of the vacating of thla Judgment," ha
aald. "I am sot bars with any Idea of
opposing the order against the Judg
ment ta tba mtsrsot of Mlaa St Clair. I
am bar for that protection to my own
name whaah I feel It is tha sacred duty
of the court to give to aa officer of the
The member of the press will bear me
out (hat my Srst knowledge of this
matter oame to me when members of
b preaa called upon mo and told me
"hat affidavits of a character moat dam
aging to ma would be given to them at
I o'clock and esksd what 1 thought the
"KB NEKOS NO AID, BUT I DO,"
BAVB MR. STBUBR.
Mr. Steuer eonohidod by eaylng that
be desired every action to be taken
whlcn possibly c mid bs taken to dttr
mine Anally whet liar he bsd been guilty
"Everybody ho la In any way In
formed aa to what Is going on In this
community. ' Mr. Steuer aald. "knows
abat the young woman, Mlaa St. Clair,
has been compensated In an amount far
greater than tba amount of the Judg
ment rendered In har favor. She nesds
no aid and oonalderatlon from thla
Court But I go."
Mr. Steuer went out of court eur
rounded by a crowd of friends, who
followed Mm lata City Hall Park
hi rrsuskel Called Has.
Rabbi Dated Franks!, rabbi of ths
United Hebrew Congregations of Scrsn
ton. Pa., and vicinity, has been called
to New York by the Austiian-Jewlsh
congregation at the Abraham Syna
gogue, WO, m-m-m Attorney street.
Will lake US the advance
work of the Jewish scholars In Inter.
eetls fee Talmud, aad la the faH ha
week oat the.
LOBBY HUNTERS ASK NAME
OF MAN OF MYSTERY WHO
POSED AS A CONGRESSMAN
Lewis Cass Ledyard Sum
moned to Washington to
Tell of Phone Talks.
DAVE LAMAR CALLED.
All Facts In Alleged Pacific
Merger Plot Are to Be
WASHINGTON, June 27. Sub
poenas will be Issued at once by
the Senate Lobby Investigating Com
mittee for Lewis Caia ledyard and
Paul D. Cravatb. Now York attor
neys, and for David Lamar, Wall
etreet operator, to appnar net, week
Is connection with Its Inveetlgatlon
of fjbe charge that the namaa of
Congressmen are being used to se
cure Influence with financial men.
Mr. Ledyard and Mr Cravath are
understood to have additional Informa
tion they are willing to give the com
mittee. Both were referred to bv Robert
8. I.ovett, chairman of the board of I
tha Union Pacific, aa having been re- '
ripints of mysterious telephone oalla
that purported to come from Congress
men. The story told the lobby committee
last night by Representative A. Mitchell
Pslmer of Pennsylvania has astonished
Congressional circles and resulted In a
demand from many quarters that the
Senate committee use every effort to
find the men responslbls.
MAN ON PHONE IMPERSONATED
Mr. Palmer testified that Lewis Case
Ledyard had been called repeatedly by
a man who represented himself aa Mr.
Palmar. Tha attorney took ths pre
caution to learn that Mr. Farmer waa
not In Nw York, and then kept the
Congressman informed of develop,
menu until evidence had been secured
strongly Indicating from whom the
"We win go to the bottom of
SS ygfr aM jamtemsm Over
day. "Mr. Kedyard, Mr. Cravath
aad Mr. Warner will be Ire asks
appear aaa ethers saay be called
The committee will resume It hear
ings after the Senate Democratic eeaan.
has finished with the tariff bill. Speaker
v-wK. representative Underwood of
Alabama. Representative Henry of
T,xe and others, whoss namss were
used by tha parsons In conversation
with financial man. are urging the com
mittee to push Its Inquiry.
Representatives Palmer and Rlordan
are the only Congressmen whoss namss
have tkus far been given as having bsen
impersonated; over the telephona
OETS $37,000 FOR INJURIES.
(Msaeat Award Bver Recorded la
raited Statee for Personal
A Brooklyn Jury In the United States
Court this afternoon awarded Htanls-
laus Yensavlge the blggeat damages for
personal Injuries IB7.000 ever handed
out In a United States Court. Yen
savlgs used to be a Ane. strapping sli-
root tour specimen or man before lie
want under orders to opsn a tool box In
Shenandoah, Pa., on a Lehigh Valley
Railroad Job and found ninety-five per
cussion caps there which exploded. The
esploslon tore out both of his syes,
blew off hla right arm and part of his
left hand. He had beer, refused dam
agsa la Pennsylvania and came to
Brooklyn penniless after four months
In fhs hospital. Thsre Prank X. McCaf-
fry, a lawyer, brought suit for him In
the United Statee Court It took ttie
Jury Just three minutes to award hint
WILL SUPPORT WHITMAN.
Bast Side Baslnese Men'e League
Assarss Hiss of Its Aid.
A committee from the East Side Busi
ness and Professions! Men's Irtlgltt.
led by Arnold Kahn. Vice-President of
the State Bank; Joseph Marcus of the
Public Bank and . Jarmolaky, a pri
vets banker, waited upon DIMrlct-At-
torns.v Whitman to-day end assured him
of thi' support of their league.
They presented Mr. Whitman with a
copy of a resolution adopted by the
league at a meeting last night In which
It Is stated thut the Dlstrlot-Attorney
Is ths strongeet, most logical and beat
equipped candidate tor the Mayoralty
and with him aa the standard bearer a
fusion victory would be aaaured.
The committee assursd District-Attorney
Whitman that they would urge
the fusion committee to nominate him
for Mayor, and In the event uf his
nomination thay would earnestly help
to bring about his election.
Dynamite Kills Bight.
KXNOSTON. Ont. June 27. - Bight
Italians aver killed ysstarday In an ex
plosion of dynamite In a construction
camp of ths Canadian Paclnn Hallway
tsn miles from Parham.
i it) .1 Maotauisery
If WORLD iFJJljA T , JTJKI 17,
Lib AUK It UP BKllUILLYN
WANTS TO CARRY GVN
mm ' ami. S1
sawaW ' mwgiBja
Magistrate Agrees Mrs. Elder Should
Have Same Privilege as T. R.
Mrs. Bertha Blder, wife of former
Assistant District-Attorney Robert Elder
of Kings County and leadrr of the wom
en's suffrage force In Brooklyn, ap
peared before Magistrate Kempner In
the Adama Street Court to-day and aald
that If Theodore Rooaevelt and District
Attorney Whitman could receive peg;
mite to carry a revolver she aaw no
reason why aha should not be so fa
vored. She was often out lete at nights In
her auto, Ibuey advancing the cause of
votes for women, Mrs. Elder added, and
felt,; that she needed a revolver to pro
tect herself In case she waa attacked.
Furthermore, ahe cam from Colorado
and knew how to handle one.
Magistrate Ksmpner told Mrs. Eldsr
hs saw no reason why ahe ahould not
have a gun If sha choae, and gave her
a blank certificate aa to her good char
acter, Instructing her to find two wit
nesses who would swear to this certifi
cate, then return It to him and ahe
could "tote" all tha hardware ahe
pleased. Mrs. Bldsr then started out
to And those witness ss to her good char
acter right away.
A MEMORIAL OF 1857.
Excavating for His New Opera
Houe, Corner Stone tf OKI Chil
dren's Hospital is Found.
Excavating on the alts of the old
Day Nursery and Children's Hospital
for the new Hammereteln Opera House
at Plfly-Srst atreet and Lexington
avenue, to-oay, woramsn uncovsred tha
leaden casket of the corner stone of
the old structure. When jpsnad by
Harry Hammsratsln the contenta were
found as fresh as the day thay were
sealed up, June 12, 18S7.
In the caskst were copies of the
Bvenlng Post, Inquirer, Journal of
Commerce, Evening Express, Tribune,
Herald, Times, Morning Express, Prot
estant Chdrchman, Home Mission Rec
ord, Examiner, American Messenger,
Christian Advocata and Journal and
Christian Intelligencer. There was aleo
a proof sheet of a spaeoh given at ths
dedication exarclaes, but the apeaker'a
name was not mentioned; a Bible, with
the name Loulea Matthews and the
ilc te (March 13. ltbl; a nickel penny of
157. a large copper cent, a half dollar
of 1K5S, a quarter dollar of 18S7, a half
dime of i 57, a ten cent piece of lS7
and a three cent piece of 161.
The casket was about II by 18 Inches
and sis Inches deep.
FIGHTING AGAINST THE VOTE.
Btate-Wlde Osmpalsa by Womra of
BOSTON, June f7.-A hot weather
campaign extending "from the tip of
Cape Cod to the top of the Berkahlres"
was announced by the State President,
Mrs. Jamas M. Codman, following a
meeting to-day of the execuUve com
mittee of the Msaesimusetts society op
posed tn the further extension of suf
frage to women.
Opening at Barnatable on July n, she
aald a week would be devoted to Cape
Cod, after which the "no mora votes
for women" speakere would move west
ward, eanvesslng the State by Senatorial,
representative and ward districts.
Reports made to tbe committee by the
heads of various breeches m
WON'T RUN AWAY
AGAIN, SHE SAYS;
Daughter of Broker, Who Slept
Two Nights in Park, Tells
,t. Her Experiences. '
IS ALMOST A WRECK.
Parents Watch at Bedside and
Will Take Her Away for
Hslsn McCarthy, ths si xi sen-yea r-oll
runaway, who loft ths horns of her
father, John A. McCarthy, a wealthy
newspaper broker, at the Hotel Har
grave, No. Ul West Seventy-eeeorfd
street, soon after t o'clock last Tuesday
morning, and was found In Fort Wash
ington Park yesterday afternoon, after
pending two nlghu sleeping under the
trees. Is sleeping to-day In her own bl
In her parents' apartment By ths bed-
aide aits Mrs McCarthy. She haa sat
there almoat continuously sines the lit
tle gin waa brought back borne, and
aha kepa the vigil lest Helen awake and
call for her. It was after t o'clock thle
morning before the girl awoke from her
nlgat'g real- Sha rsached over and
clasped her mother's band and raised It
to hsr lips. Then she murmured:
"Oh, mammal I'm ao glad so glad!"
Ths mother threw hor arms around
her, but even as she would have ca
ressed her Helen fell again Into deep
aleep. She was awakened later to par
take of broth and toast, but was per
mitted to go to slsep again on the ad
vlos of Dr. Walter Joyce of the
Hotel Anaonla, The physician told her
parents that Hslen had had a remarka
ble escape from ssrlous Injury as ths
result of her night spent In the open,
and that all ahe needed now was ab
solute rest. He said ths child was com
WILL TAKE HELEN TO COUNTRY
FOR A LONQ REST.
Mr. McCarthy remained In the apart
ment too. so aa to be near his little
daughter. Already ha la planning to
take her away to some quiet place In
the country where shs can have ab
solute quiet for the root of the summer.
We shall go lust as soon as Helen
is strong enough to be moved," aald tha
father to-day, "and we hall amy until
ahe la perfectly well again. I feel as
thong my little girl had been returned
to me from the daad, and I don't oro-
to take any mora chances with
In the Intervals when ehe awoks from
her heavy aleap tha little girl corrob
orated her father s belief, a belief which
had made him frantic with grief until
ahe was found, that she had run away
because be chastised her and that ahe
had never meant to coma beck.
Oh. but I changed my mind." or led
the girl. "I wanted ao mush to come
back but when I wanted to I couldn't.
didn't know where home waa and I
was afraid to ask. I knsw I had done
"Than I remembered Mrs. Clark (Ed
ward Clerks of No. too st. Nicholas avs-
nus. and Intimate friend of Mr. Mc
Carthy), and l thought I would try to
dnd him. I knew that ha lived on St.
Nicholas avenue end I thought perhaps
could find hie house. I asked a man
bow to get there and ha told me to take
trolley car and I did. and It want a
long way and then It turned to the left,
and presently the conductor told me to
get off. It waa St. Nicholas avenue."
SLEPT ALL NIGHT UNDER TREE
V THE RIVER.
T found a house I thought waa Mr.
Clarke's." Helen continued, "but thsre
wasn't anybody at boms, and ao after I
had rung tha bell for a long time I
went away. I aaw a lot of lights up on
hill (probably tha lights of ths Col
lege of the City of New York) and I
went up the e. Then I saw ths river
and I walked over toward It. There
were lota of peopls about, but I didn't
dare speak to anybody, so I Just kept
on walking and pretty soon I came to
park and I saw a suda and candy
stand there and I was hungry again, so
bought come sandwiches and some
candy and I went and eat down In the
park and ate them.
It was getting dark and I began to
be frightened but I didn't know what
to do. I sat down under a tree on a
long point of land running out Into the
water, and presently I must have fallen
aaleep for when I woke up, the aun
waa shining in my eyes. I went to a
little brook that I saw nearby and I
washed by face and ny hands and I
tidied ny hair the beet I could. Then I
went to the little store and bought some
more candy and sandwiches
"I saw lota of people and soma po
licemen but I didn't know what they'd
do to me, so I went and hid In some
bushes and I stayed there most all day.
I could hear ehtldren playing and I
wanted to go out and play with them,
but I was afraid to and so I stayed In
the bus lie. When night came again
saw some people In a big bouse and
thought drat I would go there and
them to let me In. but when I walked
near the house I was too frightened to
go In, ao I waited until everybody went I
away and then I went to aleep tn come ,
b shs whsre I could see the big bouse
If I woke up."
From the glrl'e description the pokes
believe the house she eaw waa oaa uasd
by park employees to store their gardsn
tools and to leave their clothing when
they don working overalls.
CANNOT DISTINCTLY RECALL
EVENTS OP LAST DAY.
Helen's mind wss somewhat haay
whan aba tried to recall tha events or
tht farilowlsg aay. ths day oa which She
was loose. Bbs rsaigstMid.
and then buying more sandwiches and
randy, but shs couldn't account for tha
time during tha day until she waa dis
covered in the park by two young men,
who caHed the attention of Policeman
Holt to her bedraggled appearance end
untested that she might be the missing
Her discoverers noticed her coming
down a sharp incline In the woods run-
! nlng Into the park from Arden avenue,
and paid particular attention to her
when they aaw her eeat hereelf on a
"a roctt "tht a cigarette wbloh
she drew from a package ahe carried In
I & 2? bV '1
I don t know what I told them," she
said, "I only know I waa afraid of
them, and I didn't know what they
would do to me If they found out t was
What tha child actually toM them was
that she waa Patty White of Albany
and that her family had moved from
Now Jersey and shs had loat her way
trying te And her new horn A seal
ring which had belonged to her dead
alster, and which had been mentioned
In the alarm which was sent out for
her, persuaded Holt and Inapector Ti
tus, who csme uo then In hla automo.
$tle. that shs wss ths missing girl and
shs was taken to the station.
PARK POLICEMEN DO NOT RE
MEMBER 8EEINQ THE 0.1RL.
There seems to be no reason u. believe
that Helen has not told all the truth of
bar wandsrlnx as she recalls events,
but park attendant who were questioned
inis morning declared that thay did
not recall once having aeen the girl
In tha two nights she says ahe waa in
me park, and a little Italian who runs
the soda and randy stand In the park
merely shrugged his shoulders when
asked about the girl and exrlalmed
.nayue sne oere. .Maybe not. I aot
ma cnna was so exhausted that It
several hours before she aot tn
ieep arter be ne taken to her ki.
mae was in auoh a nervous condition
mai sne couia not lose consciousness.
end It was at this time that most of
ner siory waa arawn from hsr.
i tie tas ol telling her story quieted
her. and the little girl fell asleep almost
before her atory was finished with the
"I'll never, never run away again.'
WRANGLE IS 0ft AGAIN.
Architect Lowell Tells Justices He
.Can Put Windows Enough in
His No-Angle building.
Another Joint conference waa held
this afternoon In an effort to solve the
problem caused by the Supreme Court
Justices' refusal to approve the "round
house" plsns prepared by Architsct Quy
Lowell for the new Court Houss. Those
participating were a committee of 1m
tiers, the Court House Board, Archi
tect I-owell. R. 8. Day of Philadelphia,
one of the jury thac selected Lwell's
plans In the competition; Walter fl
Cook, consulting architect of the Court
House Board, and Comptroller Prender-
gast, representing the Board of Estl-
Tha Comptroller soon left, declaring
he didn't believe the discussion would
get anywhere to-day.
The main objection by the Justices to
the building wes that It would be pos
sible to gain light only from one side.
Architect Lowell attempted to show
that by doing away with tbe annular
court he could provide a double set of
windows. He did not agree that the
cost would be 71 cents or a dollar par
cubic foot. Ha contended M csnts would
be a fairer estimate.
WILSON DELAYS TRIP
TO SETTLE MERGER CASE.
Effort Being Made to Arrange Pa
cific Road Dissolution
Before July 1.
WASHINGTON, June X!. Preeldent
Wilson this afternoon abandoned his
plan to leave for Cornish, N. H.. to
night snd wis not go until the early
part of next week.
He had before him the plan for dis
solution of the Union Pacific merger
and other questions to be settled before
his departure. His family wtH leave as
An effort Is being made to settle the
dissolution decree before July 1.
WIRELESS BOY INDICTED.
riret Case trader Sew tsiw Rrqelr-
A youth itemed Oman B. Myers, who
has estsjbllahed a wireless telephone
plant at No. 2ST West One Hundred
end Third street, was to-day arraigned
before Judge Julius M. Meyer in the
Criminal Branch of the United State
liletrlct Court for the purpoae of
pleading to an Indictment charging the
running of wireless apparatus without
a ltcenas from the Department of Com
merce. As thla la the first prosecution un
der the new Federal law Myers's plea
waa postponsd and ths youth waa pa
roled In the custody of his counssl, ex
Workmen Find gSO.om) In a Jar.
HAVANA, J una IT. 'Workman exca
vating at the auajitanamo naval sta
tion to-day unearthed a Jar containing
130,(100 in old Spanish coins. Ths Cu
ban law provldas tbat half shall go to
the tinder and the other half to the
owner of the land.
Tbe Delicious Laxatrve Chocolate
SX-L.AX RULIKVISS CONSTIPATION !
8 regulates the stomeoh and bowels,
tlmulatss the liver and promotss
Igestlon. flood for young and old.
10c. tie and 10c. at all druggists
WIN 7-DAY FIGHT,
Capture the Federal Com
mander's Automobile and
Kill 200 of His Men.
DOITOLAS, Arls., June fi.-Qen. Obre
gon, one of the rebel commanders at
the bat'le of Orlts. wired to the consU
tutlonal Junta to-dsy ss follows:
"Battle ended at t.30 o'clock Thursday
morning after e en days' nghtlng. Our
forces oaptured th.rty-nine cannon and
five machine guns from the Federal.
"We also captured thirty carloads of
ammunition for Add and macL.na guns.
Several hundred Mauser rifles were
thrown away by OJeda's men In their
"OJeda's automobile was captured on
the field and we picked up the bodies
of 200 Federals. We have a large nun
ber of wounded prisoners. Our losses
sre not yet known."
NEW TAMMANY INQUIRY
LOOKS LIKE JOKE TO SULZER
Attention Is Called to Constitutional
Limitation on Business of
ALBANY. June 27. "At extraordinary
sessions no subject shall 'be acted upon
sxoept such as the Governor may
recommend for consideration." This is
the language of the State Constitution
and may explain why none of Oov.
Sulxer's friends had attacks of hmrt
fsllure when Senator Thompson gravely
Introduced and the Senate quickly
adopted a resolution directing the Fraw-
ley Committee to Investigate rhe'Oov-
It wss noticed at the time and now
recalled that the Governor laughed
quietly when the resolution was read
to him. The proposition to ask a lot
of questions about current rumors as
to his past said present conduct pleased
the legislators as a matter of course
and It was stated aa late as yesterday
tbat tha Frawley Committee would go
to work Just as soon as the extra ses
sion was out Of the way.
Politicians here are wondering If the
Investigation resolution was "Just a
Joke" or whether the ConstltutlomU
lawyers of thu Legislature were busy
thinking about the L'ohalan case and
other matters that they let the fun lov
ing Thompson- "put over one on thex."
RAILROAD BRIDGE FALLS
JUST BEFORE TRAIN TIME.
LAFA Y BTTE, Ind., June 27. Ten min
utes before the Big Four passenger
train No. 18, saslbound from Chicago,
reached here yesterday tho New York
Central bridge over the Wabash River
The structure, weakened by the flood
last Marob, had been strengthened
temporarily. The second pier gavo
way, dropping that part of the bridge
into the river. Big Four trains are
being detoured over the Monon to Chi
cago and esstfbound over the Peoria A
COLD MEATS & SANDWICHES
Are lifted from tho Commonplace aad Mad
Taaty and Piquant When Eaten with
A DwUcloilS 8a lad Ureas Ins by adding Vinegar.,
JMia bj veiicaiw-aeea ana urocery more.
COLD SUPPERS .
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Fridays gad Saturdays Only, 99C
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a pound box ea. h of 1111. tirade Boohon. aad hoe"Sltln.X AJlIi
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Special lor Friday. Jane 27
ASSORTED ACIDULATED FRUIT
TABLETS A aplendld Hummer coa-
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rUUMU BOX. ww
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
CHOCOLATE COVERED BUTTER
'CHIPS Noted for their dellrlouanr
bat particularly dssarable
eecease oirere nesow
For NO BOX
SUGGESTIONS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
MARASCHINO CHERRIES T he
pick af the rralt I ued aad
covering Is usssrpaaeed.
FOI Nil BOX
Park Sew. CNiHIasdt aad lSBtb Street Steess one en ...i I
All ear stereo .pes ggsgg rXsJ B?uiwi7to5..Koi' 11 'esa.
54 BARCLAY STREET
Corner West Broesway
XS CORTLANDT ST.
Corner Church Street
Park Row and Nassau St.
At City Hall Park
TO TEST DIVING PHOIIE
AT PIER NO. 1 TO-MORROW.
Inventor Hopes to Show Dryers
Can Talk From the Bottom of the
Sea to Men on Deck.
Charles M. gtslaert of No. Ill Baal
Fifty-seventh atreet at I P. M. to
morrow will complete the test of his
diving telephone at Pier 1, off the Bat
tery, with the aid and for the benefit
of the Merritt, Chapman WrecklnS
Company. If the Invention be a success,
and the Inventor says that preliminary
tests have alrcndy proved that it will
be, It will revolutionize deep sea div
ing. A transmitter Is attached lo the Inalds
of the diver's helmet, and the helmet It
self acts as the receiver. The line lead
ing to the helmet from above Is al
ways open and the diver Is always con
nected with those on top. Ths new
device will do away with all tne Unci
which now have to be carried end
manipulated by the diver, for If ht
want more air he can say so. If he li
getting too much he can say so, or H
there Is any trouble below he can let II
Mr. Stelnert Is ths Inventor of a devlcs
for using wireless from a submerged
submarine, which he has turned ovss
to the navy.
SNIFFED HEROIN; IS DEAD.
Grant Took Five Ursine of ths Drag
la West Mlds Saloo.
Thomas Grant, a twenty-four-yeer-olc'
clerk at No 220 Wet Twenty-fourth
street, saw Ave friends each sniff a
pinch of heroin In a saloon at Twenty
flrt street and Seventh avenue early
this morning. They seemed so exhil
arated afterward that Grant thought
he would try the drug. He took vt
"sniffs" and la dead. He lingered along
for several hours after taking tha drug,
but the do3e waa fatal, according tc
Dr. H. L. Oray. No. 23S West Twenty
second street, who attended him.
liefore deith Grant told hla Wife.
Kate, that no one but himself was re
sponsible frr his condition. 1
cute or bruises ere sooth
ed end kspt from after
dangers by the prompt
use of Hydros. Removes
ekin blemishes. Quick
eld to noee end throat
no sA maty seek
At all Dru.aut.
tO. IS, 25c timet
Mydroa Chemical Co.,
New York, (iilceso.
Han trenrlaru. Toronto
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Furnished rum, with or wlOtmit board; jail
abl fur ti. AltU rrinito family, half tr"rk froB
water; ty .,nHr. Wrtta of call TtJ a.. sT.b at.
FOUND AND REWARDS.
h.iii. iwi nar I'm hrtueon llrontTlll .
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VliK-k Tlmndsr nisbt; liberal
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CHOCOLATE COVER FT) npcu
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lini. 3UrS.T.W Perrer-
v.i wiuvuut I CO AINU BONBONS
Iney have mar. ,l..n..
Kjajse wliolr.omrne than
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