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Y?'? lAMI.V 24,179.
T??-?Ih.i. ?IiiimIi :m,| ? eliler.
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NEW-YORK, MONDAY. ?JANUARY
l?.r?e? < H? ?and Hnlmkes.
'27.
L913.-FOURTEEN P.V(;ES. * PRICE ONE CENT """"^^arnl^V.nr
?'??? GEN. SICKLES
Insists Housekeeper Must Go
Before She Acts to Keep
Old Soldier from Dis?
grace of Arrest.
GENER.ALTOSEEHERTO-DAY
Controller Sohmer Starts Sub?
scription to Make Good Veter?
an s Shortage to State?
Hero's Son Raps Sheriff
in Sarcastic Interview.
Itanton klea tcok hia mother's
altimntum v?stenla- t?. hia father,
P.-im.l i. Sickles, al id.- "-e-neral'a
Fiitii avenus houaa i ?-.. the complete
Brit ilr;?i-.?i Of M-.-?< |-:i.-:i n?.t )?;,u|.- Wil
?jaerdlna. aei ra I'g hous, keep ?? tur
litleen ??;?; I? .,; go "0 |.:,,?1,,\V ?. 11 . |
laii .m?l t.n ? Attoi*ney General Car?
uK'ii? ?- suit for tii? return ?-f the b_l.
i.?? shortage m hia aet-ountlnaa with
fu state m ronneetion with the Monu?
liKiil . iiP'l Commission, ?if which he is
i'hairmari Btanton returned to hi*
i-???' et "iiii tii- newa thai the ?-< n? ral
"-ranted to s? ? Mr.-. Bicklea Ihia m?>ni
in-;.
This nui? h Btanton told Hi?- news?
?paper men ?i th.- Hotel Alberl last
v? n mi?. "It'a ??il I ran s,i\. Von can
?Taw your own conclusions." in- Bald
-,s he ? nded the Intervl? n
The conclusion.? ;ir?- that the with?
drawn! of Miss Wllmerding will Bettln
th?- rnnrltnl difficulties ?between the
??'erifciiil .ind herself bo far aa she is
? i>n-??m? <?;. .in?! .ils?, thai Mrs Si? klea la
an ?J iiniJ willina to * the bal
,.ii.,- of the gerseruY? Indebtedness to
the stitt.i. ii is Inferred tha? sin- is
willina t?i p.. mi her husband'B bond for
??.';<?????? until ghc can pay ih?- Attornej
Generara ctalm after certain Bpnnlsh
l? s of bet in<?'.',i? r are settled.
'Miss Wilmerding Must Go."
'Mj mother is willina to to t<? ii??*
with my father, but Mini woman must
? ' out, ' Btanton said wit ??? a?e?ture
? ii? .i .-uni? ?? ii.it for?lin'' ?.i?-? l
ir,'?ii "M . mother airead) bold?
.? com! m' . I -? ??? -?i >; iti.iMMi on m*
: s lions., inn' she is perfectly ai?l?'
?? i?i?l f.?r it:; possession ;?i ;? foreclosure
M ither knos s this, lie re
- non thai he la pel : lew
l ! ?? 'i. -, ? .- h< i iff i larbursjer
? i ? arrant on him .? t any
i? .uni m?- ta her has n.? ?Intention of
-i??W?r
ate ? 'ontrvll? r >??. m? i ailed up
?. . t-leplioi
n .M? ii?; - ? i ? and i ' ' had
?.i .ii"ii iii.it \-, n-.M ? strl? ate ? ten?
? i.il Bicklea from hia troubl? Bi ?? fl
nod, Mr. Bohmei - plan naa to
?tart ?? contribution ii-t golna around
:.?) t.- v. ?.'M !i"rt?l il '.?.M h
- bett:i?h"!i for -**1"''. Bhi riff Har?
i j:? l . w ho i.iis ;i l nil 1 un? .- i i ?: ? --? -i
area! s-. mpathy ???i c ;? m ?ral Bin ? ?
!? 11 i ij-ht in v. Ith t. ? ;'?'?'? and '"id Mi.
.-. ni' i- to p.it him don n fur anoth? :
N |< ?I
VI.? <'oii!|-..?i.'l' Mid Ii" '!;" i:'.A .11
vies of Qf-neral SI ktea'a heroic Ber
??? hi- ? oiim i.? it n ou Id i" ?? ??? ??' i
"f in-{iatit'?.''i? ?.ti tii. pari ?i the cltl
aena ??f th? nation if the) permitted th?
t-alli? nt ??1.1 soldi?! :-? ??" '?? "all ::.
I.,.-- yeni a Lfl it nl| I ?Bh? riff Har?
hirg?.T, brimmins" (>?.'?? with entl
asm, Mid b? int? n?i? ?l i?? oraanlse th?
Mili?--? nptn'ii movemenl and officer*
wooid I-?- named in ?? tt w ?ds *
1 ? : crts "f this S 'I'' 1>ol 11'' i?? Ihc ?
?n.-?- last evenlna by news
taper men, but the old nearo ,tt th?
?i???i aftei assuring th? Inquirers thai
?sa ''gin'ral hadn't beard nuthln' about
it i?t ail." declined *" ;? t us the bean i
?'far, such tidi?ncs to his Blaster. Hen?
aal Sickles, it was learned yesterday,
I ?inlinui'd on third piigr. Ilflh ???liiiiin
This Morning s ?sens
LOCAL. Va.:
?Bna Tn?i;?j..- Admirer ?.rrested. I
Dr, Bensei >L>eadJ "Cette" Balte. I
?Mr? Sickles to Bava Osnsral. ll
?Vait-rs Strike Scot End. l I
''m '?n i ?!? :.'--<-v Police litquli > ? ?
N'ewell i:xi???sii!?' 2 !
Wilson Me? is Bo? ??i ?Wo?rksi. -
Babas, Contracts Kssd* Tin-? Week.. 2
Valliere llelra Claim New Orl?eans... 4
?Vkltinai) ?loom Rsvlvsid. 3
\ ol? ni i ?ratha I ?allj in City.. 5
Bedley'i \ ?????,.-. on "IV Crash... 5 I
'\. - r.i i-ij- win- Alimony. S
?''?.st..i i,;ii.. wo...) Recluse. G
Bllotl llepoi ts ?.n s? in??.is. 7 j
? wise ? '.Isea Puslnesa.7 j
Plan? l.unser Home. 7
Assails w |i.-s "YuA" toi Bpeclalsts.? 7|
Bankers .\?:<! t?. Hospltsls' Fund. 41
:" fellei Plana to End Vie?. -'
Gsrmeni rttrikera Win Raise. 14 '
i"?.- Bitci acora m Jsrssy Cltj.14j
Beav? v". ,n Bnrrsndei.14
.M
POLITICAL.
' "hi ? !-i;,ii',ii,f -.ni- ::?:';. 4
llsarhcs Primar] Bcherna Ta Be Urged 5
?Hsdli -, : .-. ?;??.)? Reunion . . t> '
GENERAL.
I' K \ '.i Isin K'H? '!.? ?
1 *'i' ai Conti?>i !'nn? Plan.
?-'m un Pr< ?-? Nlsasra Policy..
i., lint- Treaty
?'"i?:? ?Paul i.- ? Rod ? in ? 'i ) i??
-"OaEIOlB.
Meaol lat lona I iff.
i-'.ii'i'.i? Mai kel I neasj.
' ' ?i.' n i n .. bi n .?-ni ?Situation.
MiaCELLAVEOUS.
??i Women.
n'astlier .. .
Shipping .
>:?in....;.i .
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ml Msrkets.
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j He an ans? 'i ronfei ence betar? ?
aft? r me? Uns a ,,!' fathei.
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HEROIC DEED SAVES WRECK
Evincer of Express Badly Hurt
When Valve Blnv??? Out.
? . ...
Hartford, Conn., Jan. IM? Following
i .-m explosl.: ., steam - 11*? ? <-o ih?*
?? ? ?? I'll.- ItK'Oin?tl a'C '?- ' i
: Boston I r?pr< - . duc n il ? f 8aj brook
..' l:l."> p. in. ?'ii Satin tlu*i. ? '?? ??' -??
1 ? : ? p n g i n ? ? ci s
; li|..\\ i. ?"i mi, i i lib and la rr bl
< d. l le was running al g.! : ? d,
? \\ ii- ; . he was enveloped m .i
: ? loud of blinding steam v. |th
st?. ? 11 ? -i aiding face and at m
step, I" i-??. Il) n - h? d the Ihi
and i t ougl I Ihe train lo ?? stop i le
, was i?, md ?? Ing prostrate on the
nd m ai 'in ? .in The Hietnan nat
unhurt.
l m . .?.. \V. K? nniston, "I the ? tonne ?
? I : for th? lu-.?n?. m -i il
dir town, who w.i - .i passenger, attend?
ed 'i ? .m red man. v. hen the engt?
n-. It ed n?- . otild ? i ?. t rein? mlx*r
ii.- got oui of tha ? .i... Th? ? ' ?Hi
- a delay of an inotlier en?
gin? ;>? i?.w tin train to Son ?
T : ? ;.. flghl ... Blaka .* Ith th
m i- bella .. i i?, ha ? pra -entrd .i
a i . - :..
MAY SHIP GAME BY POST
Wardens Not Empowered to
Examine Parcels in Mails.
?'in igo .ii ?_'?. Thei ?- :- ?i i- ?
bllltj i ha i tho gi me
laws ?-i ?in.? rent sis ta - ma nol ??
, smooi i.:- .Whs bling the j
. dens la
that birds, flsh and an.mal.--. If nol
mor? pounds,
? - , i ?
me a ard? i ma ? Kamin? ai
1 shipments L
? the mailing ol a | ? ?
? I ? ? - - - - ? ..
, senda r, Sol nn unauthorlx? d
poi mitte? to l.h it or tin th ii
ni ai '.-? ? Sor are an;
. on ernlng <?'. ? i <-? ?pi? - m I an?
sa ? red b; postal emploi es.
WHERE'S BILL SMITH, HEIR?;
Fortune Awaits Naughty, Ex- :
Reform School Boy.
H .
Washington, Jan, 20. Has anytaod*? i
neot v. am Smith William, or
"Bill," a* he maj be known by his n? i
lim?tes, iy heir to s big fortune In Eng* j
land, and ;< nation-wide search Is be* ?
jiii; mad? for him i>> ? ?. i:. Dama
Intendenl of the National Ti ain- I
m*,* S h-?'! for i??
"Bill" a as a ne ughty l>o? a'hen he :
aros known as "Willie." and waa -??"? ?
t?? ih<- reform school by his parents In
l**?Mi. --., thai i- whj Superintendent
I ?ai n.-ii is Interested.
Mr. Darnell bai sort of minimised i
the labor <>f the i ollce and otht ry hunt? ?
?m: Smith by adding that thli particu?
lar William Smith has an initial "O."
His appeal la as follows:
h. ,*??'. thei ?? aas ? ommll ted tu i In ?
then reloi n - ?ol ol the l ?Istrici ??i I ??>
lumtrla, now the national Train
foi Lu*..-. ?>t 11 ? : iii-n i i ? si?l. ht nt th.- i.. 11 a
..t n .? 1.1 -, a .1 Kail . on the -
... in. ???-. rlgibll .i me ol
Willi ' ' ? Smith, -.mi i?? be lawn In ling
land H is ,?? Hie <!. nlded Inti i ?
thin Individual now a man. t?. establlNh
ii- i!> ntli with the nuthoi tie? ol i lie
al??- ?? na i at as . arlv a ?? ? I
pOKSlbll
The hop? la expressed by Mr. Darnell
t'iat oil ih?- "Bill" Smiths ?>f thi land will '
ii?.? i all ..i one* and I hal thoei a do ?:?'
apply uii iv? a '? ?-??! Imale "t?" annd
-.?. i. '.. ,i i., i ?? ? ? n William and the sor?
H. J. PAR?T?.AVES GUIDE
New York Man Provides Aid for
Florida Trappe?*.
|U r, ,
Bs Un. Jan -?'? Tha Ufa ot James
fin?*, a Ploricls guida and trapper, be
t., ? n sn"i b) tha generosity ?,i 11 j !
I'a i?, ?.i N< \. N ?? k. ?'..? i i.i? ? sei -
Pins was Mi Pa !- guide through i-'ioi- j
.... ? ,i, i mps a '??I , ? i ? t* Boon ifl M ? I
Park relumed home last November Pin?
skull was na? un..i b) .? large .n
w i, i ? 11 fell on ?.mi ? a in-- houseboat
Mi r.ii?? brought ih? Injured man to
i Hopkins Hospital an?! engaged I"
William Hall t? a?'. * i'" pe foi n-- 'i two
dellout. ops ..'ums and saved the guide's
iji, Pine will i?? dismissed from ihe
hospital i?* si w*-eh,
Cm,i a ?*?? ? -I- -'Ko Mr. Pari ed Is
rlaltlmore and dall) visited his friend ol
ll.aspital. ii? also pi*ot Id? ?i f??i Pli
S ... . ml four cl Udra n at Miami.
ANTEDILUVIAN WHISKEY
?i..-, ? Hal? . m ? \a nneas of pur? s ! a? ? *a?m<
.ni., nn isAntedljuvlan.Lu li?sBros.N.Y
A.hl
BENSa LEADS
"COKE" HAIDERS
Sanitary Superintendent, with
Detectives, Swoops Down on
Restaurants?Patrons
in Panic.
?COCAINE KING" IN BED
Fortj* Ounces of Heroin and
Morphine Seized in Room
in Seventh Avenue?
Woman Gives Valu?
able Information.
The TiIbnne'a if ent ? xpot ! of Ihe
promti loui ale of cocaine, morphine,
n and other habit-for-mlng <lr'iK-?
- i ? :' - da* mornlni in .< t eml
In iir Tend? i loin. In one plaee
i ? r ild? :-. " ha n*< re k d b) i?r ?Wal?
ler Hen el, sanitary superintendent of
tin city, . i.-'-'i i"i i.' ?mu. ? i .?r heroin
n.?! morphin? and .? larac quantil ?
..f hypodermic needles. These raldg
are l he tn-.-i ol ?? Bei le i Dr, Ht n el ?\ ill
? ond?? t
Big rron?i- wat? le 'i the raiders at
?? "ik. and m one ? .???-. wtten fourteen
plain? lothe men under I ?? u< Hi ?? s.i -
?-?.ni! ????M? .1. K.-.-i-.?n. of in ipector
i..ih??? laff, .-??.?>?i ? .i don n .?n iii'i
cheap restaurant? In Seventh avenue,
, n< ;ic .'oil street, ? he uniform' ?i police
ii ?i| I" ? ??ni" I" th? i: ; ? . n.- und 'h i "
th? ? ? " ? da, \? ho thouahi the ens?
| tornera In thi restauranta were i" in--*
? held up hy a bold ?gana >>(' hlgharay?
! men,
Bui even t he pre? r-nee of I he ml?
I formed men did no! alia? Ihe feeling*.
ol II.raine victima who were eat?
? m-, in the two restaurants, foi in th? Ir
| highly nervous condition they thouahi
i t. n? ?>-' i .mil ih? men with him
huld-up in? n. ,?n?i on? ol th? ?n Ihn i
,t roll of mon? Im hind ? ? aunt? r. ? >n<
of the plain? loi h? s men pk k? d II
and handed It ha? k t.. th? "dop? ft? i d,
Bai m*;:
Reassured hy Patrolman.
? No on? - Roina ;" ?tick :>ou up.
.1 keep qutel
Bui th Instead < i irins 'ul%
dope Bend o? tened thi m il??
and ,?i ti.? ?i .ii .?i.i> red m
the? t-egna '?? ;? .n something ? ? en
v ora than i" Ina rohbed. II w?aa n
i ..?.m. ?? 'i Mu . restaurants that ihe
i h.-'iiin .nui morphine wore discovere**?.
it u.i-^ utter ?'- o'clock in ihe n.-.i-ii
_? .? hen ' h< mida on I he in r* itau?
i :,ni -? m ?ic tu.ni?. and ?? Di Ben -??? ?
? mi ihe o?-!? ctlvea ru h- ?i i| the sti rs
.1 ' M.?. . Whu :? ?its
. -In 'I looms Ih ' .? . .
? ? :...:' ! .-. gun to ci
n, ?ii. monds! St. dlsmonds!"
? -? ?incii un.' h reih ? - 'i svli? n th?
police hos ? .1 ii'i I heli ? hi? ?his, and
mad? no ?? h?-n ?n.?
i, i letectiv? ? i' .?i . ?? n, n -
in- had m.??!' '?:?? n? ?i 'n? dooi
eadini to the .if ol on? >?! her i
lodgers, and ?.?. ho * knoa n aa th?
? '??? aine K Ini He was m .I, and '
i learcl fai ? ?i ??? ru cal a i ?ra? ? -'f
i he dni| i. a IJoli
I I Ugh ?1? '? I SOI ho I ? - l-l il\2. I ??'.
I :? i. . ! :n In- . 'i.iri.- I-? , ?I the low n
ut "d. ' -'?;?? i - :-':-.!?? ??'.'tit' - !
oun? ? - " morpl n< and ixteen
. unces ??i heroin.
Two empty -in cans, ahich M..si.? ? -
.-?in s.-Hii had bald .n? were foun :
m Hi.? im?m. < inly Ihre? nights .ik ?.
;i cording i?> ala -i? i son, h?; obtained
information n??>-n . ???' the twenty
ti?. ?? I,..- 8 ?mI'l". ? ?I i> the ' ? '??' .un ?;
King" to aell the ' u hit? stuff" to users I
of ii In 'ic Btreei thai a? verai pounds
of coca m?- were alwas k? pi in the tin
rana.
it i ? i??-ii?-.?-?I ii?? .n ui n*aa ? mptie I '
.m., i. ? ? ii. m ?i-- i he ? i-i- ?i i ? ? ? i.ini? i
i -i. i:, i-.-? i. i- ted the stairs.
Allege?- Seller Arrested.
One theory tor the failure ?>f the
raiders to And any ? ocalne a as .ni- ?
. Bn< ci hy I ?-etecth e Dai ??i Kuhn, H?
Ig ?,r ih? opinion iii??' in? cocaine hasl
?been In the house alnce tV?~dnes<lav,
for .?i.I mMnlajhl on Wedn? a?day he
.,? i. ited James < 'ourtenanj in the
hallwa) "i" No, i'?'?? ?Seventh avenu?.*,
after he aaw hint ?sell a ?package of I
, ... .nil?' l<> il IH?HI ill I'l'lllll I?! Oil?' of til?' '
restaurants, Kuhn found twent) pack-]
ages of cocaine, "t ''decks/' .i- the
.... -?i in?- "flends" ? ??ii i hem, In ? tourte?
nany'fl p-octets, and on ?Satuttlay, afte?
:i chemical analyaia had Batabllahed thoj
natura of Iba drtig, llnglatrata If'
Quade, In if??- W?est Bide .??in-i. h. Id '
Coiirtenan) in |1,*90U ball for trial.
Kuhn believes thai this Brresl
fi ight? n- ?i Hi-' ' tocatas Kin--" and
Dial hi th? n ?i? ? ??i-?! i?? keep Iha drugl
outside "? ih? hou??- where ha Uvas,
fearlna the tirnil would ~""i? ?land to'
him, I' i1-' M" ciiiii?' tinder ?Hie presen) j
law 'o have morphine or heroin In on? ? j
ik,.-session. *?? h< had no fear <?f bav-l
Im theae di ??fi around the i'icrms. s.
Three other places In the neiahtior-1
hood were Inter \isii.ii. bul i>r Benselj
and his i-iiHci*? foUnd neltber Iba nun
they :-">.^hl nor 'I"' d?TUga the) ^?-11 t ? ;
,1, "dope I.? .i?l.-'."
Dr. Benael, who feela rertaln he ran]
rid ti??' cits of ti"- v.-mhT of ih? habit?
fot-tntng drugs if h< enn ??i.ii.in tin
i-,... eaaai s sppropiiation troth the ?Btiard !
?,f i;siini.ii?', after ihe runt? went ;?? !
in?- ?Weal :'?7ih Btj-sel "-tattoo (?> inter?
view Mai ?Ctarki who bnd bean srrsat
ed jus' hefiori Iba r.?i?is bttntn by i>.
t.iti-,i BiiaWi otto of the i.iiiinig party.
Th?- a ein?in bad t morphin- ontfU m
her ??mi ?' pe*ikoge at uhit?* stuff, i.?
lleved t" be cocnlne. Bhe .nul !?r. Bati??
( ?iiillnuil on Hill? '?HE?-, ?i ill? roldinii.
?
THE SUBWAY MASHERS
SI L/I'.i? I ron I? I lu* liaDDv willi cither, ?vcre t'other dear charmer awav."
BALKAN ALLIES 10 CA
PEACE NEGOTIATiCNS I
Note To Be Prepared by D
gates mi London Explains
Why Step Is Necessary.
OBJECT IS TO GAIN T!
One Dunge?- of Resumnti'in
War Is That Rumania Ma;
Advance Against Bul?
garia from Roar.
I.-.I,' . ? J - 27 Th? Balkan pi?
potentiari? ? ?? ho hav? reeelt ed
i,.?-.? en 111 ni theli i ? ? i ? '
ment*, ap| ??onimltt?
?!,.? *., draft ? note t?. ihe T n '
i,!?-iii-.i.t.-iii ,,n i? - explaining
? i ..ni'. 11 n. ? m ? non "? ' oni
??r. ?i bra i-' n off The draft ??
read] to-nlghl for : hi appi o? al of
mil delegation
Thl action ?it the allies I purl o
-.? i ? ,.i ?.?. ell - nn ider? ?i forms of pre
lire '? wliich the llalkan delegu
hope to obtain their objea i without
n mini th<
'I'ln- m.-? ting ' ? itei daj Is ted for
hour and s half, and ihe cout
followed rea eh ed earneel i on Idei
!i?.ii. Two distinct views were mai
mi. ton the Immediate ruptu
??f the negotiation: leading to s r
sumption <>f il.? war, i nd ti i other f
. orlng .i temj oi islni polla y, In ord
i,, avoid .ii- '? oegbla atepa The la! :
. .?.n .- triumphed ami a < ommlti
n*oa appointed, conaistlng ..i one mes
ber from each delegation, ai follow
Michael Madjoroff, Bulgarian Mini
ter m ?London; Professor Qeorgi?
Streit, Greek Minister lo Austrla?Hui
gary? ?'..nn1 Voynovlch, i*hlef ol Kit
Nicholas's CnMnet, representing Moi
tenegro, and Dr. M. R. \'.m?i?i?. Soi
i Ian Mini itei to Fran? a ? llh ii?>- a?
?tin..n ..f M. Polltuv of the Oreek del?
gution, owing to bis knowledge ?
Kren? h and his thorough sa qualntana
with Intornnl lonal law.
Thai ii is the potlc] of Hi? allies i
gain time is patent and does m.i de
coiv? an bod i The d?-i? goles ?i??> Ida
iii.it the adt intagea t?. be derived fron
the resumption of bootllltles would b
ir proportloi i?. the risks the) ran, ana
iii.it the*? would m.i lake thai st.-i? un
la ss aboolutoly f ? ??-? -.-? t t.. do so. It li
realised thnl even s partial r?verai
would have grave moral and materia
conosquencea, apart from the losa ol
Ihouoonds of m? n
in addition, Ihe fael i.*- nol overlooked
ti.at thon Ii danger of Rumania ad*
\aii.-ing fro m the rear on1 of Austria
Imposing ?.n s.Tvia ami Montenegro hoi
?conditions for remaining ikuu.iI. The
nniy disadvantage In delaying decisive
aa-tion is in hooping larga ai mies In?
actlve s?s??l ?.n s war footing far* s long
time, thus heavtlj laalng both the
unan, ?ai an . argrlenltural rcoourcos <>t
the lountrjis.
The. Constantinople corresponden!
i a?f "Th.- Dull) Teiegraph** learns tha?
'a contrai t has boon signed under
Il
I '? 11?.?.I I
rj oui f tha
.., . . (Ufe* ?in
...i i ' . Metropolitan ?railways of ' '??
? '
nopla Jon 38 : '
ii.iiiiii.-i-. refused I ? | ? I
i ?? n Mil
. ha.- ! ? offered '?? Pi In? ?? Se
a hu i- xpected to ace? I I Haiti
? ? i ? - - prince, 11- - presl
? ? '.. .1,, .1 ?il s '
: .mu: ttea l il I '... ??!? aO
P
SHEPARDSWALKTOCHURCI
Lyndhir.?t Bridal Couple Hole
Reception After Services.
Mr laml Mrs y ni? .1
: rvlca ta rda ) m?
I , terian ? i. u
I m I ?anla I i;
preach tha sermon
I Aftei servie? tin
I M| i,.,. .
? opportunity I
. h ii.nl of m- ? ; |ng Mr,
. i.-: Mi - ? m ?? none of them
?i to ti.? wedding! After a
half hour |he bridal couple re?
fu i.? 'I to I. mlh' , -i
Tl ? a s h.' ?i to and from chur? h the
morning air being so balmy. .Mr. Bhep?
?i.i , .: greal walker and II w?s al his
?suggestion thai the> walked Instead of
automol. Mrs f
-, i ? .i dark blue broad? loth sun with
? .in a small hat to mat? h
EGG WITH?n AN EGG
: Outer Shell Big as Baseball ?
Ownrr Can't Empty Inner One.
I '? T? i i- ? , ? i,, |
i.-, don, I!onn . Jan. 28, ?J ? 1 ir?
ence Rlngham, of Quaker Hill, was
surprised >*? iterda) t.- find an egg the
aise of a baseball and only sllghtl)
. longata ?I in shape in one "i" the nesti
??i his henner* Mr, Blngham promptl)
! thought t?. bloa the egg and i i es?
! th. *ii- II
W?i? ri tha big sha II ! ad I.n emptied
, m hit!,m something rattled Inside. By
holding the sln-il against a strong llgl il
it M?i. found that an egg of ordin?r*
| sise was Inside, The pussle ttea is to
. mpt*. lin Inner s?mil .?!' its psrlshuble
1, ,,nn m m i?. |,i. sei i ? the ?-m loslty.
-.
'UNHURT IN 5-STORY FALL
Many Clotheslines Save Little
Girl Who Topples Off Roof.
? ?loi h? slim -? broke tht fall of t? i<
-, ear-old Margaret Goodwin when she
fell from the r?.<>f of her imnm, al No
,,::t \\ ? i ..'I'll street, yesterday even
Iing to the rear yard, ti?>- stories. She
i -, .i?,, ii o i'.h abraatons on bjgt right
ifa/rlst i""i Wt ? "? ' ?
The khi WM i'ia m-: oa the root 9 nil
; her bn tboi . Alesander and Joltn,
I ?Ah? n she toppled over. She bounced
from clothesline to clothesline and
ini.iib to the stone ?lagglni m 11?> yard,
?She was unconscious when picked up
lii?, her mother. Sergeant Plsher, >.t
the WrmbI ?'?Tih street station, summoned
il?r. I'ix.'ii. of the New fork Hospital.
The physician revived the girl, and
? after i i loo? i samtnatlon declared thai
imt a bone eras broken. He ???! not
[think ii iiecensar) t<? lake the girl to
j the h?isi?ilal.
m MUM NO IRE
; ?'HMTON"
?
Vaudeville Actress Mas -Seer"'
Who Would Wed Her Put
Into Celi.
I WHITMAN ACTS IN CASE;
Much Myiterj in Arrest, but
There's Denial That Presi
Agent Inspired Action
of Stage Star.
top to thinl here?
ves s "i her dollar to
tiling her "a i hlld of the '
sun.' \ ? i ??-:????? ? ? iter, i
,,' Intelliga
t'Xpl t he a a i student ;
calll - h< r h i
rare mentioned It ao im?
'? .?i she s.m I'.iin the
?r s hlch he was to s.-m! her
"a r? idlng ?>. h?rr life." To-day sh.* I
flatterer" placa d In dur?
ance vile.
When ui -: Tangua) *?? ? ??'*.?-?i ihr
'?: ha r life, i' wot ai-,-..iii
? ?1 h> a letter si| \\ |||| im
.i Ti '???' .' saj Ing he had made s care?
nil sin?!' of tin* people nnd thai all
?inted to hor becoming his
. u-. Mb Tango ty took this ?- .?
i i? ?i ?I? ??? ed it to a number
of hei frl?
Sin? ?? -in- had boon re? ? ?ta Ing oil !
im1-- ni letten I rora the same man on ;
u . ,i.|.. is and topics ol the da? .
all declaring his love for hor and a.l.l- i
Ing that v.iih.iui her life was nol worth
lit Ing i it en then she paid no atten?
tion i" the m.m. singing I dont care"
?? |th h i ui nal seat,
The ? limas came last Frld ly s hen a
u an saed . Mr. Lroj d, In
?,, \h- ?va Tanguay, who an?
il the ' ?I'l'in um Tha otro, in
Brooklyn, laal areek, arrived. On the
env? ? ? ? tils Tanguay recognls**d the
handwriting, and although much per?
plexed at lim r.n i of being i ailed s
? Mrs." she opened the ? itor.
The missive, she explained, wonl on
?t the man a, .-?is. ?I ii.-r I I
? ling money from Ulm, and urged
her to make u.I the 1100 which ?h?*
had owed him for s long tuna Then
.Miss Tanguay decided the Joke had
gone far enough and put the caos Into
the hands of bar lav*, yer. He naked the!
- -. it.-ni.-vs office i?, tnke a hand !
Shipvvnqht Is Locked Up.
ii.ii.? , \? m? is thirty-two years old,
a shipwright, ii\iii_i at No. 17.; Dyke?
nvgn str? ?.. Broolilyn, was loofcot) up at
1:15 i. look yeaterda) afternoon in the
Kllsabeth street police station, Tim.u
real was mope b) Dotodlvs ?Cdmimd
?..mil. attached t<> the Dlatrlot At?
tornoy's office, on -t wnrranl losuad by
Magistrate John J. Vleouhl, sitting In
tha Tombs i ourt
Lieutenant McCorolck, win? was <>*i
the dook ol tha timo Train--*?- was
brought m. could not bo soon last night
I oiiliin??*?! i?n ?-noiiil i?asr, ?..iniii rolumn.
MRS MAY GO
BACK IN 48 HOURS
I. W. W. Leaders Lose Enthusi?
asm After Executive Ses?
sion and Decide to
End Strike.
MEN VOTE ON PLAN TO-DAY
Near Riot at Meeting When Men
Arc Being- Urged ?? Return to
Work?Modified Demands
To Be Sttbmited
To-day.
Tin* ]--;i??ci?, of ?the Tndnstrl-?! Wor?'
era of the IVorld ?said laarl night xhtnj
WOUld nink" ?l.'t.'iniiii? <) efforts; to <->n<l
th? limitera* atrlke ?to-day. Miss KHza,
in-ill Ourle** l-'lvnn. *.\-|io tins mor?* infln
i -n? <? with the strii?is than any other
oi their ?guiding ?-pints-, dectamd infor?
ma i i?.- that the strike ?would ba Bsttled
?.? Ithln for?v elajht 1.ra.
Patrick Quintan, another of th?? sfrik-*
leaders, announced aft? r ;? meeting; of
the executive ?committee of th.' indn
iri;d "tVorkera of ih? Weet? attt nit-ht.
that ?modified ?i"iin?iids would ba wa>
mitted to-day t.? ?ill th?* big hotel? In?
dividually, ?uni Hun iho men would 1*?v
Sd Vised \() return to -?.oik ;u til?- plfl
.??i?' ? ted.
In a\1 lik?illltood i'msc sp?cifie inten
tlons of the had? ra win mc?t with
-Kill opposition. \\ h'-n It was sii*i
i to the strikers at a sbbbb meet
Ing jreaterdaj that tbay would do w> n
to "?'? tkseh to their johs tin* waiters
Cii*\v thr?-;it(?nin?r. an?l ? niphati? ally *us?
? it. ?I that, leaderB or no \out_otB, they
would n?>t return. A further ?-lernen?.
of trouble traa th?- ,-ittitttdo taken hy
rnanaaera of many of the ?tares hotel--.
nii'i announced ndth posit iwne.ss that
th?v would nor rocc??*t!iz<- the union.
Strikers to Vete To-d^y.
Th*- situation bectuna m ?tteUcaatathat
the Industrial Workers' leaders ?and
union "iticials ?-1 ? ? 11 * -e\.r,il hours in
? ??? ir ?.. 'i !.'??? Snail? dei Uled ???
submit the question of ending the
. ,-?? .-? me. ting- of waiters to ba
held at Hi-.? I'M Hall to-d
r?'n ?tag ?ii-- ''? i nln-?? a i aptata of wall?
ers in the Rltx-Carleton was att.,'-k?'i
and .-- '?' i? . I ' ?i-i'ii by strike pi? ki
i ; l..?iel. iw u of whom n Bfa
tad, and all the ?employes in ? ton?
arone'B and the Hoffbrau Haus M-i
i ?and i:r??:oi. -., had Btr :? ..
i'?'"tu e u i; placa the employai ?lath?
ered and marched ta th-. .-? ?i
?iiiart. rs. at No. "_' W'.st .''?.!h street.
.Miss Fiynn, r Uta Brjrant
Hall meetina, ?aid t!:??1 what aha a-H'i
? dera aoualit w?ss atan I
ardizatl sum n i th? hot : work, ra,
"?Of i ourse, i ? annot bi ? " ally,"
ih? . lid, "but I think th it the Btrlk
Will b? ... :
Thla su iki i... - in ? n for the ?pur] oe ?
rethei all the
? mployea ?and d ?? ? ?> ??- Ith ?;.
... ?satousies. The next I ?
that a Btrike I w? ik- r ?
-gill be golidl) I their de?
?will "? Bha ill'll a?
plained tbi at -? ?*?
.... ........... i.
that the waiters i ie soon
again, a? ??? has
i?. ,i ? lina '??' '
'??
iVI-inagers Won't Listen to Demands.
A i : !... u!? :?:. hol ? i of
i by th?
, : nom 's
y ? ??? th? n ?
\ anderbllt, ecboins the ?wntimenl
moai of iii" other hotel manar, is. d?
?.hii-ed thai t' ? ble t s t -.?
;h? r patrona and that they would t
no w:i\ listen to ?any demands 'nun
the union Manna? ' ?Boome"' of the.
McAlpin .-aid thai he wa* running hia
rig roon .-. although ha had
lost rtearly two hundred ?va I ra
Mansa? i Stew art ot the ?Valdoi I
the Btiiki i. id ' n< I made -i dant.M
At i:.ct. r*a n ?raa ?said that the wait?
era i ere s-'iii "out," but, with the cap?
tains sctina u aait< i-, the bell boj -
M omnibuses, and the ? hanil'cini.'in-.
?ii- iii.-n washera, the) were still ai?le
to serve.
At both the Kni? k? ri.-??k??r and tha
?St. ?Rasjia n waa announ ? d thai I
were expert? ncina no trouble. Man?
ager i:? ?fan of th? Knk-'ki rl.lur,
whose apeclal policemen were srrestad
I upon Commission?-*' Waldo's ord-er on
?Saturday night, had hia ?-p?. i.ii? ' back
aga n, b . in id? the hot? :. n? <ie
? tared n ?ill get at ? in hasis tluit lus
:..? n had ann.niiiced tn.ir determina -
lioii to ?roe Commission?*!1 vYaldo fur
false arreat Mr. llegan was sun hit?
:. ?? aaalnal the l'on.'ommlasio?i?er
Patrick Quintan? ??u?- ??i ?the Induatrtal
Workers "?' the World leaders, yanta?
day ????'-lai'ed Ihoi Mr. i:? ?-;-?n had pre,
? [pitated the Btrike "b) ins hasty and
iii advised sctions." Mr. Quintan said
that he was sorry that BO many other
b?tela had been drawn into tlu- ma<!
Btrom
i thi evening the executive commit
tee Quintan, Misa ?fiynn nnd ?Carlo
';':? ? II of the In.lu-iri.l \\'..i k.-i ,
of ih?- World went i.ii" tenatott, ?!e
i ?taring thai tht y would continue ta aas
aion until thla m<>rning. Aatde faotu
iiis. n? -m t1'?' ?iiKstioiii- in detail, they
ided to draw ap a litt of modui?-?.
ti.'iii.-i!i',:s. which \\oni?i ba t ? ? i * t to ?tha
strikers at t?.-day's in.? tin-*;. It waa
?.?.ii? n th ? l.'iiilcis !i.n! 1?; en ?n ?SSSSBon
about iw>? hours that th?> two hun?Br*ed?
employes marched in from the U'Ptawn
Hoihr.ni House. VVhen they learned
thai th.? executive ?t-ommlttee was ?Us
CUBBlng the possibility of sendinK them
back to v.<?ris th.y pi'ot?-st.il with much
Vlgnr, BUd ??I'.-nly declared that they

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