'M . THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1890. 5
K0 home CLOSED TO GERRY
if .. ,rrT1 I V K.VTTK .vrwimiiB
"' is HEALTH INSPECTORS.
fl wliK Him"' Wn Invmlril Willi-
V , Mnrrruit I'rntr.ls, lint Court Wl
H it In llrr lt"y ttli'"w Money Vanished
,"',hr sotlctr's " " H'ltilrm. Too.
Ur A'mn I.anilgrnt. n registered midwife.
' .M nt Sp-oii'l nieutic nnd Fiftieth street.
",, ' (,-, , ernilt lcrrv sent Acnnw to inter
M l.,houc without u ,ii rant on Thursday, so
Tf Ilobiiinoil ummon for her lonpnoar In tlio
H v rUllto rnil"" ',1l f11"1 "tl'Ia'n toMncIs-
;!,, oimste I 'V sll luul "" tf'm''rlt5r to bnr
' I resldcn a ti linn. Mrs. Landgraf ni-
" m court yesterday nnd explained
fhrouch 1 awl1" wlor ,l,at she tl,ouc,lt n rrl
I to rehleiK-o wn len,lv ", frf0 'rom tho ,n
I trmion of a i.erry agent as It was from nny
I etlur u.nelfome vl-Uor. unless such agent
ksd a warrint from some oourt.
If till' nernl Ins the ''b'1' t0 wa,k ,nto JIrs-
H UnderiM private residence at any time he
tiles tt noli in and without any prnees of
I loirt eont'tiiiol the, law) er. "then no house
in this ci r Is f if" agaJu't tho prying eyes of
itfcl? of till- ."let He In Jiiat a-i much
rljht if '' ' a 'lJence on 1"t1' nenue ns
on First n nil-1
I The ierr agent said ho had the lesnl right
I ,0(j0 ,u,i that thing "I am an Inspector of
the n,ard "' Health. ' he continued, "nnd us
inch I h all the po-irera conforred on the
Coord of llfilth
Idoult If tlm publlo Intended to have the
Gtrrr society niacl n 'mrt ' ',10 5I-alth De
rartmtot,' commented Lawyer Adler.
"Well. I am a Health Department Inspector
ted hue the rleht to outer a house without a
utrrant.' Acneir paid
"In which cipaclty do you enter a private
residence, a a (lorry agent or a Hoard of
I Health Inspector'" uked the lawyer.
Both." was the answer.
The Magistrate looked up several law books
lid found that the Hoard of Health had power
to enter houe without a warrant to examine
th ilum.liiK and other banltarr nrranco
rcent "Dutthls agent doesn't ko to Mrs. Land
grf plice to eximlne the sanitary nrranes
Ent? He wouldn t know uood from bad aanl
tarr arrnnccments. any way," laid Lawyer
He wants to etimlno the premises to see If
there Is a lrlnu' In Institution concealed In
lomi of the cornors "
"Thit'i what I want to find out." the Gerry
tent rejoined. "If she keep n lylne-ln place
without a licence .She's a midwife nnd likely
to run such an et.ilillshment."
"lour Honor, let mo tell you what this
agent has done under the name of a Hoard of
Health Inspector." said tho lawyer. "It's ojt
rtseousthat the law should permltsuch thlncs.
He went to her house, told her that he was an
Inspector from the Hoard of Health and had
authority to examine the snnltary arrange
ment) of the place She admitted him. and he
went from room to room, but did not look at
tht'Dlumblne. He did look nt Mrs. Landeraf
daughter, ivho nas in bed. howeior. Not only
did he look at her. but he very badly fright
ened her hy the volley of question he flred nt
her He wanted to know who she was. nnd then
netended he did not believe her answers. If
a Boird of Health Inspector may Invade the
privacy of our homes nnd frighten younc wo
men who are abed, then it Is time tho law
curbed such despotic rower. If It was sim
ply the act of a Gerry agent, the Hoard of
Health should not lend its authority to such un
The Magistrate said that to long ns the
Gerrr aceat had authority to act as an Inspec
tor of the Health Department he could enter
t residence nlthout a warrant to examine the
sanitary arrangements. Mr. Landgraf re
plied that ehe had no objection to the Gerry
acent entering her place to make such an ex
amlnitlon. but ihe did not want him Drvlnir
Into family affairs and Invading her daugh
"If you permit him to enter, there I noth
ing further for m to do," said Magistrate
Olmsted, a ha threw thelsummons In the
Henry Blown of 47S Third aienue called at
the court later and asked If there wan some
money there which had been taken from his
brother. Kdwnrd, 1.1 yeirs old. In the rooms of
the Gerrv Society last Monday. About $U.
heeald.lml been taken from his brother, while
he was recoiling a bith In tho hoel'ty's rooms
alter hi nrrst for hteillng some Junk from a
brewery on 1 irKt nrpnue.
"He wns discharged in Special Sessions on
Nelnesday nnd went to the rooms of the Ger
rr Soiie'y afterward and demanded his money.
Ho was told to go to the Court of Special Ses
ilons. hut they told him there that they did not
hare the mnnei and adilsed him to try the
Wkvlllo Police Court.'
"The Oerry Society must hai e It." oae of the
lorUtoId the brother.
'They say they have not sot It." rejoined
MYoll. wo can't h?lp you." said the clerk.
"Theraoaey w.n taken in the rooms of the
iclety. you say. It was not given to us."
Brown went homo without the money.
II.KH TO SK.VATOK FtTR
Hew York Ttiilness Men ,.rntrfnl for Ills
F.Hnrts In Ilrlinlf of the Port.
The committee hai Ing charco of tho banquet
to be given to the. Hon Wllllnm I. 1'rye. Chair
man of tlm United States Senato Committee on
Commerce, in recognition of his son Ices In se
curing thu i nnsage, of the appropriation for tho
iieponlng nnd widenluu of tho channels of
New York harbor. Ims sent by hand to Mr.
Irye.wlio Is now in Maine, a formal Imitation
to the banquet. Mr. l'ryc, hnd already accepted
the imitation, but tlm committee nit that It
would he well to send mm in n form that ho
rniKht preserve The Invitation was engrossed,
V'1 '"'id byil,,m L. Strong, ox-Ma) or of
t.f cJiri' ?s ,' "airman of tho General Commit
tee, and by Oustnv H. Schwab. n Secretary.
Attachment Acnlnat Dennett, the Itettnu
Deputy Sheriff Strauss reeolved an attach
ment yesterday against Alfred W. Dennett,
th" restaurant man. for S1.5IVJ In favor of
Pandfoni S. Swaun of S.i I'nrk row. who Is a
tepson of Mr Dennett Tho Sheriff served
the attachment on the Treasurer of Dennett's
purpahlug (oflee Company to attach nny In
JcretMr Dennett maj havo In that company.
niTnSii?rifrtp7'iy,ll nn- execution against Mr.
lerXV.,0" V'- n 'r -l..r.-'0 for deficiency on
reh ur""r " "ifl.'aui'. but was unable to
reach nnv prnperti or Mr Dennett In thl city.
mIi,iW"Ui Mtlslled, severnl judgments
feml?v,hl'n, ah,"10th A frlond snid yes
rlBh?Vi' l'nt r Inuett -would eom out all
rams iiitallf.irnla which hud not turned out
M Peter V. Vinrgnn, C'onl Denier, I'alli.
I n' ' E FineBan- ooal 'lealor, at IHU to a."2
M fludi,n street, has beeomo financially ern
es narrafed.andthe Sheriff recoiled executions
m aealnsthlm lesterdnv in favor of Mahlon S
ivemmert.r for $j,,n7 on a notoand $4(G In
laror n t,e Montana Coal and Coke Company.
I 'heSheriftmiden formnl levy on the place.
1 biitfnunilth it tlie plant Is covered by a chat
I lei mr ncnge narngo 1'lnegan claimed to
I '- worth s -(n.otio n large part of which was
I r.nth"!iin ''.'""''old Pioportj In nntlcinatlon
I ti ,' i ' JJ ''""ions being taken against b m. hn
I nrihir1'" " '" lnknij.tey iisti-rdu) His
I i'?J ''.! Miin..unt to J.Ki.riTL' The ns-jts aio
1 ll, I '"",,ni iilileh are. cash. $::; liorxes
I mVK"l" ' I':'. .ni'Purteiiiinies. $ri.S7.ri:
! ,Vi';,111!'"" V"11 llf!'!'" tlni ho him
It l,in i in ' '''" '!'!".,f', I'uildmu'i. on leased
i wnu tip v.niHiDtivhIthis lint iiieiitloiicd.
I rtitlons in liniiUriinti),
William ( Ilomalne, lawjet, of liKOHroad.
w,i. i,ns (lied a petition In bankruptcy, with
mihtles Ji.-i4'J and no nssets. There are
hl"y Jinlcnii'iiiH iigaliibt him on imtes, book
H 'rr!!l!",'!,ai"1 V'f "'I"," fr,om 1.K" to 1KW which
A l '.i'"" ' Inlhl elt. llnniklm. llomei.
1 Pies hi ".I-rV nt "V J''"1"".'" Painters' sup-
W P''s,,Ht. -''7 'lliirdaiHiuie, lmvo lllodnpett-
W uuuiinai ansets H.HIV In aicounts.
tiASSAU ISJUSCTIOX niSSOLVKD.
Mr. Flynn's Suit to Annul the Lense to Oo
to Trlnl Knrly In Mny.
Argument was had before Supreme Court
Justice Dickey in Ilrooklvn yesterday on the
motion made on behalf of l'atrlck H, Hynn to
continue tho tempornry Injunction restraining
the Nnssau I'.lectrlo Itallroad Compuny from
leasing Its system to the llrooklyn Height
Hnllroad fJomcany for a year from April fl. and
as a. result the Injunction was dissolved. James
C. Church, who appeared for Mr. I'lyun. said
that the Xnssau Company had JO.OUO.OOO of
preferred and $7,000,000 of common stock nnd
that Mr. Flinn ownod $1,500,000 of common
"Certain pooplo Interested la tho Haold
Transit Company," ho slid. ' negotiated with
stockholders of the Xnssau Company to obtain
possession ot two-thirds of the stock of the
Nassau, This thev wanted so they could con
trol tho directors' meetlngsof tho Nassau Com
pany They got what they wanted and Imme
diately the dlro:tora who were not In sympa
thy with them reIgned. and in their place
were put l'resldent Howon, Hugh J. Grant of
Manhattan and others, so that they mljshtact
practically n clork of tli Ilapld Transit Com
pnny. ltwasaneasvmntternfter this toxote the '
lenso of tho Nassau Company to tho Ilapld Trnn
sit Company for f 150,000 a j ear. A few hours
after the lease was made tho Coney Islnnd unit
Urnieend Itallroad Company, n perfectly sol
vent concern, of which Mr. Flinn Is l'resldent.
offered to nny $.r)().0O0 a year for tho lease."
lornioi I.leiit.-(lpv. Sheelnn. whonpneared i
fpr the Hrooklin Heights Compuny. said tint '
the lease wns executed at 1 o'clock on Monday I
nnd ntlio clock tho llrooklyn Helgh's Company
wa nctuallv In possession of the property, lie
said that Mr. Codicil, who Is tlio Secretary of
the Coney Islnnd and Gravesend Company and
who was nt tho meeting of tho directors when
the leaee was voted upon, gaie no intimation
that his company wns willing to nay anything
for tho lease. He said that President lloweu
deposed that Mr. lhnu's holdings did not ex
Mr. Sheohnn said there was a deficit of J'JilO -TOO
in tho Ni'ssiu Company Inst year and if
the proper entries hud been mado tho dollclt
would havo been much grenter. "The Hrook
lin ltapld Transit Compnni." he continued,
owns SO per cent of the st ick of tho Nnssau
Compaiii and so is naturally tho most Inter
ested Wo did not buy that stock under false
impressions either. The gentlemen who
talked about the profits of the NatsUu did sot
fool us In tho least "
Ho said that Hie Hrooklin Heights Company
was to rav $l.riO,(KHj n year In cash, pay all the '
taxes and fixed charges, anil it was estimated
that tho lease was actually worth to tho Nas
sau Company nbout SWA-tlii. Mr Hlieehan
said he was positive that If tho Nassau Com- '
pany operated its road for nnother year tinder
the increased competition that it would not
be able to cam Its llxed charges,
' How do ion expect to do it'" asked Justice
Diikov. "Ilv better management?"
"Ves." renlled Mr Shechan. "The joint op
eration of tho road nnd the fact that they will
not run In competition will make it cheaper "
Justice Dickey suggested that the matter be
tried next month, nnd as this was accepted he
said that he would no, continue the injune
Hon, ns this might demoralize one sUe or the
other. The case will go to trial the llrst Mon
day in May.
XArr YARD yOTF.S.
The Two Cnptureil Spnnish Gunboats Draw
Tho battlshlp Massachusetts, In command
of Cnpt. Nlcoll Ludlow, loft the navy yard nt fi
o'doek yesterday afternoon for the Tompklns
xllle anchorage. On Slondny she will lenvo for
Trinidad to join Rear Admiral Sampson's fleet.
Hear Admiral John W. Thlllp. Capt. Frank
Wildes. Commander J. ' J. Kelley nnd other
officers stationed at the yard will attend tlio
Montauk Theatre to-morrow night, when the
ltov FathorChldwIck will deliver a leeturoon
the war lor tho boncllt of the new St. Vincent's
Homo for Hoys.
The gunboats Alvarado and Sandoval, which
were captured from the Spanish during the
wnr and which wore taken to tho naxy yard on
Thursday, uttracted many visitors jestorday.
The two vessels will take on coal anil next
w ek proceed to the Portsmouth Navy v. aril
A number of marines arrived nt the barracks
In Flushing avenuo yo-terday. On Wednesday
next '.'50 of them will leave for Manila under
command of Col. Perclval C. 1'ope Theyvvili
go overland to Sun 1 raneisco. from which
place they will be taken to Manila hy transport.
The refrigerating shin Glacier will leave tho
dry dock this morning, and will begin to tako
on stores nnd supplies for Admiral Dewev's
lleet. She Is expected to sail for Manila the
latter part of this month.
Tho torpedo hoit Manloy. which ha been at
tho yard for some time,, will shortly be sent to
Annapolis for use by the naval cadets.
JlAFlli TltASlT HKAKlSa.
Aldermen Give One, Although They nnva
Nothing to Do with the Hill.
The Aldermen's Committee on Legislation
gave a publlo hearing yesterday on the Rapid
Transit bill now before the Legislature. Just
why the hearing was glien was not mntle
plain. The Aldermon have nothing to do with
the bill. If It passes the Legislature It will he
submitted to tho Maioi for approval The
members of tho committee said the hearing
was held sothat thoy could find out whether or
not tho puoplo of the city were In favorof the
measure. If they were not tho commltteo
would eo to Albany to oppose It Lnwson N.
Fuller and J. Cl.irenco Dnvies worn tho only
citizens who uppoatod Tho Rapid Transit
Commissioners sent a note baying that, owing
to the short notice given, they could not
bn present Mr Fuller said the offer of tho
Metropolitan Company ought to bo accepted
lefore tho concern had time to reconsider or
wlthdrawit Mr Davies objected totliatpart
of the rapid transit plan which provides that
the upper east sldo section shall not be built
until tho upper weht sldo section piys ! per
cent Tho committoo adjourned without tuk
ing any action.
MIIS. SlIErLTS't JKWKLS 8TOLK,
Thief Went Through the Ilounr Fnslng ns n
On Monday afternoon a young man wearing n
bluu coat with brass buttons called at the
home of James Shevlln. tho well-known Demo
arntlo leader In llrooklyn. at till Klghth avenue,
while he and Mrs, Shevlln were absent, and
by representing himself as an Inspector of
buildings got permission to mako a tour of
tho premises. On his departure he told tho
servant that the house wis nell protected
ngalnst fire and that no Improvements would
bo required. On her return Mrs. Sheilln found
that ii jewel case containing two gold watches,
one belonging to her and the other to her
mother: three gold rings nnd someothei nrtl
i les of jewelry valued at $'.'00 had been stolen.
Had It not bosn tint the servant watched.ths
movements of the "Inspector" with some so
lli'ltude. if not suspicion, much richer jewels
In the house would probably be missing.
Struck Twice In tine I)ny.
Forty families of toncmout housooigarmak
crs employed by Rosenthal Hios. of HlOKast
Seventy-third street went on strike losterdny
morning for an ndvanco of from fit! cents to
$1.10 ii thousand cigars, according to tho grade
ot work Tho strikers, who are Germans.
Hohemian and Hebrews, livn In tonemonts
owned by the firm The clgarmakcin who
work in a factory owned by tha llrm In Last
Soventi-thiid street aKo went on strike fornn
advance of $1 a thous ind Tho demand of tho
Intterwns granted audtliu strike, was called off
Tho demands of tho timiment house elgar
makors were refused, however, and when tho
factory winkers heard of this thoy callml a
meeting and struck again in sympathy with
the tenement workers
No Charge Here for " dents' lint C'liecki,"
The F.ducational Club Proercss.an orginl
7atlon of Socialist working peoplo. has adopted
the plan of giving free dances to attract work
lag people to its meetings One of its dnnecs
is to bo given on Sunday at Its headquarters,
(II Last tourtli street Later In tho week the
club will mom to 114 r.ast Fourth street, the
headquarters of the Socialist trades unions.
Tho Peoplo's Club has ul-o adopted tho dance
idea, and villi glvo Iih llrst club danco on the
evening of April '-nt Its club rooms. Seventh
htreet nnd Third nvenuc.
One Hundred lllnninncl Setters Strike.
A strike of 100 diamond sotterslsln piogrcss
In tho shop of Kern A. Waters. In Hrookli n. for
nn Inenmso 111 wages Tho strikers belong to
the International Diamond Winkers' Union,
which has lis headquarters In Amsterdam.
Holland As soon as ihu strike was declaied
thu branch in New v.ork nsscssed Its members
,1(1 per cent of their wages for tho strikers
Tin! New .oik branch reported yesterday that
it has turned over to tho strikers tho sum ot
fnoilso far Tlm strikers are also receiving
lluanclal support from tho International I uloii.
1'ittnlly Horned by n Lump Explosion.
Alice Stone. 27 yours old. n servant nt .717
Ninth nvenuc, died In Roisovelt Hospital yev
torday afternoon of burns she nc-lvcd !at
Tuesday. A lnmpoploded while sho was at
wurk and set lire to her clothing.
WHY HE WAS KNIGHTED.
am nir.vir scnor.riicT.D's services
Dentil of n Mnn In Jersey City on Thurs
day Who HroiiBht n llrltlsh Squadron In
Hiisto tothe I'ort of hint lose A llrltoii
Hnd lleen Subjected to SOU I.nahes.
Sir Henry Bcholfleld. Knt , Bnc , who died In
i Jsrsoy City ou Thursday, was an actiis figure
more than n score of icnrs ago In nn Interna-
, tlonnl episode of a sort which. In varying de
grees. Great Hrltalu has mado familiar In tho
I world's history. He wai Mr Scholfleld before
, the Incident nnd became Sir Henry by reason
of his action In It. He was a natlie Lngllsh
man who spoilt a pirt of his early life In Can
uda. marrying n Miss Cockeln, n daughter of
Capt. Cockeln of Halifax. In 1H7'J ho became
I Hritlsh Consul in Chmtomnla, remaining as such
until 18S0. and from June to November. 1870.
, being In chnigs of the Hritlsh Legation there.
Among the Hrltons then in Guatemala was
I John Magoe. a coftee planter and British Vice
Consul, who prospered nnd has slnco lived In
l'nrls. Mr. Magee was the representative of a
Hritlsh company which had acquired certain
I wharf rights at tho port of San Jose", but ho did
not get on well. It Is said, with Gen. Ruflno
Uarrios, then l'resldent of tho republic.
Hnrrlos sent to be commandant of the port
a man named Gonzales, who, according to Mr.
Scholllold's friends, carried orders to harass
Magee. Finding something unsatisfactory to
him one day about the wharf In which Mageo
was Interested, he sent for Maceo to como to
him. Mages sent back word that he was busy
then nnd could not come. Th commandant
bent again, and, Magee not responding, sent a
squad of soldiers lo arrest him. The rngllsh
man was taken bcfire tho commandant, who
ordersil him fixed face downward to the
around, so to suiter In publlo 200 strokss with
npiecoof aane. The beating was inflicted
with eucli offect that nlturward shreds of Mi
gee's clothing had to bs extrnctod with In
struments from hi body.
Gonzales had ordered the telegraph office
closed before the punishment of Mo,gce. A
telegraph operator who had been Indebted to
Mr. Scholflold for his place oi ened the office
nnd sent a message lo Mr. Scholfleld at tho
capital. Mr. Scholfleld went to l'resldent Har
rlos and demanded nn oxplnnntlon. which was
made, after somo sort of Inquiry, to the effect
that the Hrltisli official's version of it rrnsn t
Mr. Scholfleld sent a special messenger to
Ihe uort. n 1th orders to take the llrst steamer
to Panama and cable a report of the alTnlr to
the lorelgn Olllco This requited -omo.davs
The tallroid had not then been built and the
journey from the capital tothe port hadllo bo
I mndoon horseback. The American Annual F.n
oclopedia snys that Magee whipping took
Place In Apt II. but Mr Scholfleld version of
I tho episode would put It earlier in the j ear. as,
according to that, his messenger sent the ca
ble despatch to Gladstone, who went out of of
fice and was suiceedad o Disraeli on Fob. 21,
According to this ston, word came from Mr
Gladstone that Jialkan difficulties were occu
pung so much attention just then that Hrl'ish
residents' eases would haie to wait a while.
I'pon receiptor this answor Consul bcholfleld
sent the messenger back to I'anainu to cibJo
his resignation. All this took time, nnd in
the meanwhile Disraeli had come Into olllce,
and his reply to Scholfleld was that tlio Hritlsh
Pacific Bquadrcn Had been ordered a, .tho
Consul's disposil nnd that full reparation was
to be demanded
Admiral Cochrane, with six wnrslilo and
fl.UOO marines, came to the pert of San .lose, a
landing was mado nnd nn ultimatum sont to
. the Guatemalan Government, allowing twenty-four
houis for tho pawn out of S.'iO.DOO in
demnity to Mngce. the salute of the Hritlsh
i Hag and the promise of punishment of don
ralos. Tho demands were compiled with. Oou
rales. who was a Spaniard, was disgraced and
sentenced to (Ho lears nt hard labor and nn
accomplico was scnlonetd to two years.
Threits of assassination were mndo against
tho Consul, and at one tlmo relays of horses
ware prepared for his lllglit should the el-
. gency force It, but It did not.
I For his services In the M.igee case Air. Schol
fleld leeched the th inks of Parliament, nnd in
H7d tho Queen made him n hnlglit liachelor
I A Knight ll.ichelor is one who his been raised
to the dignity of knighthood individually, nnd
I not made a member of ,i titular order, as n
, Knight of the Hath or of the Thlitle. The
I title Is ot tho lowest grnile o.' knighthood. It
carries witli it only soclil dlstluttioi and can
not be Inherited.
Some time after the Mageo Incident, trouble
arising over a German suijeet in Nicaragua.
Mr. Scholfleld was requested to act in con
junction with tho German ofllclals in his bo
liair. Sir. Scholfleld wnsalsotho agentoftheforolgn
bondholder of London It happened once that
a Hritlsh warship on her way southward from
a Pacific Cauidian port put in nt tho nort of
San ,Ios6 for orders. liar arrival was reported
through local olllclnl channels to President
, Harilos, who sent to Mr..Seliolfleid to know
why she had come. The diplomatic remark
was made In tho Consul thattho Intorest on
thn bonds of tho country was In arrears and
I hud been so for some time President Har
nos was. It was said, practlcalli the Treasury
I of tho country. Arrangements for the parment
of the interest were mnde forthwith When,
nf'or tho departure of the warship. President
i Horrlos learned that she had put In only In the
usunl course of nlTalrs. bis feelings toward Mr
I Scholfleld were not of the most nmicnble nature.
. Mr Scholfleld came to the I ntted States after
leailng the Consulship, afterword going back
to Central America to Interest ;bltnBelf in
coffee planting. 'I en i ears ago ho returned to
this countn He tiled in the Smith nnd In
this city, renaming very recently to Jersey
Lits. He Is survived by his widow and son.
I Henry H Scholfleld. who Is Treasurer of the
American Fnglneerlng Company nnd who
lives in Mexico Citi.
l'rlvnnnrUer itni inT Post onlce'Nulii
Tostmaster Van Cott learned jesterdny that
tho proprietor of n drug store In which there I
a Post Ofllco sub-station was renting private
letter boxes nnd decided to recommend abol
ishing the sub-station KiToits will bo mado
to learn if any of tho other sub-stations lent
letterboxes, Tho sub-st.itlon that will bedls.
continued Is at Tvvcntv-llftli street and sixth
menus. A new one, will bo opened nt 403 Sixth
Rhode Island's Wearers' Strike Spreads.
PnovinKNCE. II. I., April 7. Tho striko of
cotton weavers continues to spread. The
weavers at the Pontine mill joined their follow
workers of the Knight mill In the I'awtuxet
Valley by refusing lo report for work tills
morning.. Morn than LfMio operatives are now
idle in that part of tlio State Including tho
mills at Slntorsvilln and Warren, about 2"il
operatives nro now out, and ten factories are
practically idle. ,
ItefrTto Appointed In Clssle T.oftui's 1)1
On consent of counsel, n reforence wns or
dered by Justice Trun of the Supreme Court
yestorday in tlio action of Clssie I,oltus. tho
actress, for nn nbsolute divorce from Justin
Huntley McCarthy, sou of Justin McCarthy,
member of Parliament Tho Justluo appointed
Charles Donohuo rcforcc.
The Itev. Dr. .funics II, Nles Itellres from
The Rev. Dr James Huchanan Nlos, rector
of tlio Episcopal Church ot tho Eplnhany In
Tompkins aienue. Ilrooklvn. has resigned and
will go to the Holy Land to resumo Iiih recent
researches them He will probably bo suc
ceeded hy the ltov Andrew Fleming, who occu
pied the pulpit during his nbsence.
A Si.1,000 1'Iiiir for Kdwnrd CSIinnen.
Charities CommisslonerSlmlsof the borough
of Hrooklin lias appointed Edward Gllnnen his
deputy in place of Arthur Qiilnn. who wns re
moved Inst week Mi lilluunn I the Demo
cratic loader In tlio Nineteenth Assembly dis
trict nnd his appointment was recommended
by the Wllloughby strtet malingers Tho sal
ary is $r,ooiin year
Mayor Him lines to Attend u Ilnll finme.
Councilman Charles II F.bbets, l'resldent of
the Hrooklin Hnscball Club, invited Mayor
tm VAiuk lesterdny to attend the opening
g.imo of the si a-ou at Washington I'nrk on
April l," 'I lie Mayor declined the imitation,
ml lug that his picenc is required In tlio
City Hall fioiu the beginning to the end of
even (-illlcl.il day
Sixteen Veins for a llrooklyn Ilighvrniiiinn.
James Noble, 21 itars old, of 17H Fulton
street, who reccntli knocked down und robbed
Remind Mcfiinlty in llrooklyn, und who was
convicted of robbciy in tho llrst degree, was
sentenced by Judge JIurd. in the County Court
lesterdai, tolxteui ears' imprisonment In
Another Term for "Col." Henry Illlllugton.
"Col" Henry Illlllugton, tho convict septu
agenarian check swindler, was sentenced to
four years und six mon'lis' impri-onniont In
Sing sing by Jud.'e lluid. in (ho County Couit
in llrooklyn. lesterday, Hu bus son od scleral
terms in prison.
MR. DOLL'S SPEEDWAY II OUT.
Small Cliiiiirn of Ills Securing Permission
to lllcycle on lhn DrlreiTny.
William F. Doll's action to enjoin tho author
ities from preventing him using the Speedway
for bicycling, riding In a heavy carrlngo and
on horseback camo up for trlnl boforo Justice
Gllilersleoin of the Supiemo Court lestorday,
Mr Doll hid been arrested for riding n blciclo
on tho Speedway, so ho tried lo ride In a lan
dau and on horseback so as to mako test cases
ns to each of these means of conicinnce. Ho
was represented on tho tilnl yesterday by
Frank Mos, nnd Chnrle Hlandy represented
the city An Injunction pending the suit hail
been denied several weeks ago by Justleo 011
dcrsleeve Tho action Is directed against tho
l'.irk Comi!ilsoncrs, Chief of Police Devory
nnd Police Cult n In Klrcliner
Mr Doll testllled loterdny to tho three at
tempt she in nlo to tide on thu Speedway and
his liiteiceptlon by the police The Speedway
Is restricted to bugKies. runabouts nnd sur
reis udaptcd to liglit harness by older of tho
V.irk Commissioner-, nnd Mr Doll said that hn
knew of this rule when hn nttempted to ride
there. Comparatively few of tho vehicles that
have (ho run of the Speedwny uso it. ho said,
except on Sntiiriiais und Sundays, nnd such
vehicles ure few in number compared with
blciclcsnnd heavy carriages
On eiosH.evnniinutlon bv Mr Hlandy Mr.
Doll ild that he had hired the hndnii and tlio
Middle horse to go out on the speedway Ho
OAtied the lilcyrla be used Ho admitted that
he ims not nctlng nt tho request of the League
of American Wheelmen, hut ho said th.it ho
knew he bad thesviiiPithvof a large number
or bicyclists, Ho Admitted that hn knew that
tlm Inhibit! ltd In the I'aik had been set npirt
for equestrians nnd that there nre many bonle
inrds nnd nienuesnn which persons can ride
In tho ways In which lie tried to uso the Speed-
I or the defence. Tollco Cnptnln Klrcliner
tetllled that the toidbed of tho Speedway Is
not nil ipted to the use of bicycles It was built
for Itflit i chicles going nt high speed, nnd It
would soon be torn un If heavy conveyances
wore allowed upon It To permit bicyclists and
People on horseback nnd In heavy carriages
upon the Speedway while It was also used for
tho speeding of horses in light rig would bo
dangerous, lie said
In opposing a motion nf Mr. Hlandy to dis
miss tlio complnlnt. Mr. Moss urged that the
Speedway cime under tlm Highway net. nnd
could not bo restricted bv rules of tho Park
Conimlsinners. Justleo Ollderslnovo said he
could not see how the notion could prevail, but
that ho would reserve decision.
BIGAMIST OETS THREE YEARS.
Hotel Keeper Rrlsse's llnd Record nronght
l'l Agnlnst Him with Telling nffect.
Chnrles William Relsse, a flno-looklng man,
who said ho was proprietor of the hotel known
a "Tho Jerome," at 177 Jerome avenue, was
placed on trial yesterday in Part III of the
General Session boforo Recorder Goff and a
jury on an Indictment charging him with big
amy Emily Rtroich Rnlsso testified that she mar
ried tho defendant on Sept. .'10. 1H7I. In Gotha.
Saxony. Sho produced n record of her mar
riage, nnd then tho prosecution called Eugenlo
Etienne. w ho had made affidavit that sho mar
rind Relsse on Oct. 7, 180il. in this city.
Wifo No 2 had not arrived in court, so a rec
ord of thn second marriage was simply put In
evidence, and thn defendant look the stand
He denied tint he had been mnrrled tothe see.
ond woman, hut while ho was tctlfilng she
wn'ked Into the room
While thn Cletk was taking the man's pedl-
frree. sst,iiit Dltrlet Attorney O'Connor
landed Recorder OolT documents to show that
Relsse had been previously convicted of crime.
After glancing over the papers tho Recordor
"Reissn. havo you evr been convicted of nny
crlmn previous to tills''"
"Vo." answered the defendant
"We'll sen nbout that." remarked the Re
corder "I'll put vou under oath, and then If I
llnd that vou perjure yourself I will brine the
matter to thn attention of the Orand Jury.
Were you over arrested in Des Moines?"
" Well. I-1 must I answer that question?"
" . ou must." slid the Recorder.
"I was arrested In Dos Moines," replied
J -Whit crlmn did you commit nt that
time' A I ttered foiged notes
I) Were you sentenced to six months' im
prisonment and fined $.'100 In C.iflon City. Colo
rado' A cs, sir.
Q Did vou rlo a six months' term In ISO." In
the Arnp.iho County Jail ' A. -Yes. sir.
y -What for? -Forgery
y -Is It truo that you married the daughter
of a government architect In inur native land
and succeeded In getting avvnv with several
thousand dollars of her fortune? A Yes. sir
J Win did ou denv that vou had ever been
arrested before 1 A I didn't want my frlond
hero to know my record.
"Well," slid thn Recorder. "I'll sontonce
you to three icars in State prison.
As Reissn mis being led back to tho prison
pen a number of men whose acquaintance he
hnd made at his hotel, which I n resort for
bicyclists, crowded about and expressed sim
pathy for him.
(Ol.ORED PEOPLE FORCED OUT.
All Snld to Hare (tern Mnde to I.env n
Ilnll nrrniiHB Two of Them Qunrrelled.
WniTK l'i ains, N Y April 7 Last night the
Attuck brass band gave a concert and cako
walk for colored pcopln In the Auditorium.
Guests were present from nil parts of West
chester county und New York city. Every
thing went smoothly until 2 A M , when oneof
thn colored womou got into a quarrel witli an
other colored woman who camo fiom Sing
Sing Floor Walker John Smith ordered tho
v Isltor to lie quiet, but without success.
( liief of Police ISognrt was called in. and he
onion ii the Sing Sing woman from tho room
and then ordered all present to pack up their
belongings ami get out of tho building There
woreinanv objections made, but tho colored
people were forced to leave tho hall They
wr nt to the bind rooms, where llres were
kiudlnd nnd the cako walk resumed. 'I ho
largo number of out-of-town guosts were
gre.itlvlnconienienced, for the locnl people had
m ide preparations to entertain them In tlio
Auditorium until tho trains began to run this
morning Charges will be mado by theeolorcd
people to tho village Aldermen.
JOIIX C. RHODE, .V JAIL
The former .lustlce of the fence of Rath
Reach Accused of Larceny.
John C Rhodes, a former "Justleo of the
Teace nt Hath Reach, was arraigned lesterday
before Magistrate Hrcnner In tho Adam Street
Court In llrooklyn on a chargn of grand lar
ceny. Mrs Kiel n Prcstme.ir of 201 West
117th street was the complainant. She al
leged tint she haj given the acciued S."0 us
her attorney to pay a claim ngalnst her and
that he had apprpri ited it to hit own use
She also prndtn ed a written admission from
Rhodes to Hint efect and begging her not to
prosecute bin: llhodss waived examination
nnd wns held for the Grand Jury. Ho could
not furnish tlio required ball nnd hnd to go
to pill. There Is another cnirguot a similar
character pending ngalnst him.
.Tersej Cilv Soldiers Home, from the South.
Thn rain of lestnrdny was responsible for de
feating tho elaborate plans for receiving the
Vnurth Regiment, New Jnrsoy Volunteers, on
their return to Jersey City from Greenville. R
C The llrst section of tho speeiil train con
veying the soldiers nrrlied nt fv'JO 1 M It
had 'J.iO ollUers and men on board The ma
jority uf tlicni I omnlnod In thecals awaiting thn
HTlval nf thn second soition, nnd tliev were
provided with coffee from the Kov stone restau
rant In tlio passenger depot Tho second sec
tion, with 2 iilofllcers und men, pulled Into thn
i mi at 7 45 It vv ns then dark, und ns tho ruin
was falling Ch.iirinnu Cole declared thoparadn
olT The Reception Committee hns had badges
jnade for all thn Jersev Citi members of tho
regiment, and thoy will be presented on the
2,"ith Inst at n banquet
Selrod with I)ilnrss, Cell from His Rlcy-
In nnd Died,
SynAcvsr, April 7 -Tho Rev V D reiklns.
a Methodist minister of Mornsillle, whllo
riding his bleicloln this cilv to-day wassoi.-ed
with di7lness nnd fell from tho wheel, stis
t lining such severe Injuries tliat bodied inn
few hours He leaves u widow and seiaral
socialists' Mny liny Celebration.
The Socialist Labor pirty has decided to
havo a par ide nnd an open-air demonstration
nt I'nlou Square on May 1, two days later than
lhn Muv D.iv demonstration of the Central
1 ederati d 4 uloii 'I he Socialist trudes unions
and sliiBlng societies and the vniious Assem
bly district organizations ol the S L P
throughout the city will tnko part in tho demonstration
Rents ll Newport I'ottHge.
NnwrouT. It. I . Apiil 7,-Mrs Charles Whee
ler has rented hfr cottage on the westerl sldo
of F.ustls avenue, known ns" Wheeler Carry
Cottage." to Mr Lockuood DjuMson of Now
York for tlio coming season
No llrtlrr Advertising Medium
exist than Tur Si's whether lou be in search of
rial estate iirupcrtits or have the ssme tu dispose
SONG PURSUED SCHNICK.
IF HE'D OXLY LIKED LOCAL MELODY
HE TOVLWST HE IX, TAIL
Heine n I'lnno Mover, Though, Hn Hnd
Chough of Mimic In Ills Iliislness Wife
Sang nt Home and lie lleut Her Was
Arrested nnd n Drunk Tuned I'p In
the Next Cell-Then Ho Tiled Sub Ide.
Music hnth no chnrms for tho savage broast
of Mr. Albert Schnlek Mr. Hclilnck Is n tnlno
mnvor nnd get till the music ho tioocls In his
business, so (lint in his hours of leisure II
goes against hi grain. This Is Ihe more un
fortunate, ns Mrs Hclilnck. who wns the widow
Hoonov boforo tho piano mover mnrrled hor
three yent ngo, ha the due Irish woman's
loio of song, und dooshcr household work to
vo'al raccompanlmonts. For this reason
Schnlek has been In the habit of beating her
occasionally, by way of Impressing upon hor
his distaste for her performances, and having
dono this once too often, ho Is now on Hlnck
wcll's Island, where, for tho nnt six months,
ho will hear no other music than the song of
tho jailbirds. Ho did his best to escape this
fato by killing himself, but was unsuccessful
Tlm Until breuk In tho Schnkk family came
when tho housekoepor ofTtlio tenement it 421
East Twenty-second street developed u tasto
for singing alto to Mrs Schnlck's soprano,
nnd took to coming up to the room and teach
ing hor old Irish songs. In vain did th piano
mover warn hi wlto that trouble wnsjcomlng:
she g.iio him und her voiio no rest
On Thursday night Schnick came home tired
out after a heavy aftcrnoon'muslenle with a
vrry bulky piano which hnd strained his shoul
der, and found his wifo gaily carolling. Not
wishing to bo undulv harsh, he plugged up her
mouth with a towel and told her that If she
was still warbling when lie camo bick ho'd
tie her tongue mi In a knot. Then he wont out
and drunk beer. As soon ns hn had gone Mrs.
Seluilck removed the towel nnd went down to
tell her fi lend the housekeeper about her Ill
treatment. That lady came back with her to
the Schnick npnrtment and tho pair dis
cussed tho situation botween snatches of
Meantime Schnlck's beer drinking had been
interrupted by the arrlvnl In the rear room of
tho saloon of two Itinerant negro localizers.
No sooner had thoy got falrlv started than
they became swiftly Itinerant with Soliniek
nfter them, casting beer glasses nnd chairs.
Tills caused his ejectment, so lie went home In
a bad temper, nnd the llrst thing ho heard on
going upstuiis was a snatch of duet Schnick
bade the housekeeper good-night uflern for
mula not recognized in polite society, mil she
hastened down stairs, advising Mm. Schnlek to
call the police.
Instead of doing this Mrs. Schnick took her
husband's advice to go to bed nnd be quiet,
but. unfortunately, tho now tune taught to her
by the housekoeper aas running through her
brain, nnd sho in sooner dozed off than she
began to hum in her slumbers Naturally this
woke Schnick up Ho was not pleased. It
seemed proper, under the eircumst inces. to
adopt measures of discouragement, and
nothing struck him as belnc more probably
effectual than a large chair leg which stood In
the corner. Oulctly arising he get the chair
leg and hinged Mrs Schnlek oiertho head
with it. Shelscrenmed a high soprano scrsim.
' Think this Is . i concert'' snorted Schnick.
and ha struck her again.
This was too much for her to stand and she
ran out Into the street.vv here her cries brouBlit
Policeman Sloven, who took the piano mover
to the East Twenty-second street stntlon. Ho
was locked up In a cell, and expressing him
self as pleased with the prospect of a oulet
night's rest, went peacefully to sleep. Half nn
hour later n woman prisoner was brought In
with what Is known to the pollen as a singing
jag. No sooner did she get Inside tho station
house doors than she let her voice loosn in a
llvelylsong.tSclinlcklwokee up nnd ronred with
rage Then he pulled a penknife, which thn
police Boarchcr had overlooked, from his
"This Is the limit." ho shouted "I won't
stand for It Good-by," and he jabbed himself
In tho throat.
Rotore he could do anv serious damage with
the dull knlfo the doorman disarmed him. and
he was taken to Hellenic Hospital. Vestcrlay
morning he was sufficiently recovered to be
arraigned In the Yorkville Police Court, wheie
he wns sentenced to six months in the work
house. As he eras led nwny ho was hoard ear
nestly Innulrlug whether the authorities al
lowed singing over there,
STRUCK A CT CLOSE AT SEA.
The Carrie A. Riickman llnd n Hard Time
of It Off Caps I unknot.
The schooner Carrie A Huckmnn. which ar
rived yesterday from Azua, Havti, with n cargo
of sugar, encountered a cyclone off Cape
Lookout, North Carolina, on March 2!, nnd
was blown many miles off her course lhn
tempest was permeated with elci trie dlstuib
nnco. A bolt struck the mizzentopmnst nnd
splintered it Another holt, which hissed into
the sea just olT tho schooner's bow, piostrited
Sc.imnn Henrv Drown, thn lookout on the fore
castle bend Ho wns unconscious w lien found
by his shipmates, and did not recoicr until
three days later.
fourth X. T. Volunteers Welcomed Home.
TnFVTov. N J . April 7 Tho three Trenton
companies of the Fourth Now .Toro) nlun
tsvers nrriied from Camp Wetherill. lireoniillo,
S. C.ntH 1.1 o'clock to-night. Gaillnld Camp.
Sons of Veterans, llrod n snlfito of fifteen guns
at tho l'ennss linnl.i Railroad depot, where, de
spite u hcaiy rainstorm, n great croud was
ussenililed to welcome tho soldiers home.
Several Grand Army posts and kindred or
ganizations were also on tho ground with
music and escorted the volunteers to Masonic
Temple, whom they were fensted, tho mem
bers ol tlio Women's Relief Corps of tlio G V.
It. acting as waitresses Maior Slekol anil
main other ofllolnls ntleiub d the nffalr. nnd
there vrns spcechmakiiiE nnd singing until
long uftcr midnight.
Young lie Ventix Honornbly Ulschnrgecl.
Earl C. Do Vcaux, who was recently accused
by his mother, Mrs Iris L DcVeaux, of ap
propriating $l.!t,"0. tlie proceeds of tno clucks
which she had glien to him for collection, was
lionoraMy discharged lesterday by MiiEistrate
llrennor of the Adams Stiect Court in Hrook
lin. 'lhn nionci in dispute is now held up In
tho police propcrti clerks hinds on attach
ments by Mrs Do c.iux'h creditors
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OP FIGS
is due not only to tlio oriffinolity nnd
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care und skill with which it is
manufactured by sciuntillu processes
known to tho Caluoiinia Fio Sviiup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all tho importuuee of purehusinp; tho
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Vigt, is manufactured
by tho Cai.ikoii.nia Fio Krrtu" Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist ono in avoiding tho worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. Tho high htanding of tho Cali
fornia Fin hviiUP Co. with the medi
cal profession, und thu satisfaction
which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of thu Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in udvauco of all other laxatives,
as it acts on tho kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. Inordertogetits beneficial
effects, plcaso remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN IUA.NCISCO. C.I.
LOUISVILLE, Kj. KhW TOKK. H. T.
BAIT HEll FATHER MURDERED.
I.lttle Cnrinela Onrnguso Testifies at the
Trial of l.orcmo Priori.
During the trial of Lorenzo Priori, nn ltal
Inn drug clerk, charged with killing Vleenwi
(Inrnguso. nn Italian bankor, tho 8-year-old
daughter of the decedent tostlfled yesterday
that she had wltuesBcd the murdor. The tes
timony nn ulion In the criminal branch ot
the Kuprome Court.
"My name Is Canuola." said tho little girl. "I
am 8 lears old,"
"Do inn know who God is?" asked Justice
"Oh. i es, ' said tho child. "Ho Is a great big
man up In tho sky."
y -Do you know what heavon Is? A. Yo.
sir: that is a plaio whero'good little children
V -Well, what become of good grown pso
pie' A Rig grown-up pouplo gc to hell
.lustlce I'itzgerald moved uneasily In his
"Now, Cnrmoln." ho said, "we want you to tell
us something else We want vou to tell Ihe
tiuth and nothing but tlio tiuth, We want
ion to remember tint (lol puulsh's little
girls who do not tell the truth.'
, "All right, sir. ' said thu child. "I'll tell niery
thing tine. That's what I'm hero fur. I Ilv o
at ojilsj llroomc street. There was a cus
tumor or papa s who i.iino tu our house, nnd I
Knew wlieiotnpn was and 1 went to the drug
stoic to llnd him Priori wns outside In the
store milking up nnd down. Papa nnd flic
oi.wrnien were In the back loom playing
cuds I told pnpi and ho wont right liomo
with ine. When wo got to tho house 1 saw
Priori following Ho got in front He took
his Pistol and llred nt papa, Pnpi screamed
nnd run into tlie hallwai und held on to th
wall '1 hen Priori llred another shot nt papa
nnd ho fell to tlie floor Thon Priori throw
away his raioher and ran Into a house, 'that's
all I know "
Counsel for Priori ctos-examlned the child
nnd uuestioued her for almost un hour, but
failed to weaken her eildetiue
Tho trial will be continued on Monday.
DIED AT HIS ItnUTIIER'S I'USERAL.
Samuel Campbell of llrooklyn Stricken with
Apoplexy In Nnnvkti, , Y.
Konwirti, X Y . April 7 -TI1.0 funoral of
Reed Cnmpboll. editor of tho Morning Sun,
was hold from his Into rcsldeneo on Rroad
street nt "J::iO P. M. to-day and was largely at
tended Whllo returning fiom Mount Hope
Cemetery, where tho Interment took place,
Samuel Campbell of Hrooklin. n brother of tho
decensed mail, was stricken ulth apoplexy and
wns immediately drlien to tlie Eagle Hotel
Drs llrooks und HarrlH were summoned, but
medical asslstum n was of no avail, nnd ho
breathed Ills I ist nt about 7 o'clock tills 01011
ing Hnw.is n travelling silesniuu for n New
lurk clothing house, and had resided In llrook
lyn for. 1 number of iear He also hud n resi
dence In Hath Reach. He leaves a widow and
tin c children, who were tolegrnphod for.
Mrs Cnthcilno Strain, who wns born In
County Armagh. Ireland, in 17SC and who
camo to this rnuntiynlono In 1811) nt thengoof
''" icnrs. died .it hor homo In Sir.icusn on
Thursday night. Sho was tho oldest resident
nf Siiacusc. her ago being 107 lenrs When
she went toSyiacuso the citi was a wilderness,
nnd tlio pl.teo nhcro shudlcd was then tlio vil
lage of Lodi She married James Strain, who
died ninny yeirs ago. leaving hor a small com
pctenci. A few icars after hor husbnnd's
death she erected a enstl monument over his
grave In St JIary's Ccmetory. and also appro
priated a small amount annually for the caro
and preservation of the plot. Twenty years
ngo she selected night men. prominent In St.
John s Cathe.lril p.nlsli. us her pallbearers.
All id them died before Mrs Strain
Majors II Pliinneydied athls liomn nt Rnrn
stnble. Miiir . lestcrdii He was one of thn
In st knovin of the old-time politicians nud
nenspipcrnicnof Mnssichuctts lie wa ac
tive. In flnuwial institutions and In municipal
affairs, nnd during the wnr 901 ved In thedov
ernor's Couiinl He was n Democrat Hn is
well known as hiving appealed nt Washington
in behalf of fisheries, iiiilioad and uthcren
terprlses Ills nnw-'p.iper inrecr began on tlm
liostou I'inlidec, i here ho served under thn
f.itlur of the Rev IMvv.ml Kierett Hale, ami
afterward for forty icars edited thu Rirn-t ltiln
Jmi) nn Ho was of Purltun stock and had tho
distinction of serving as prisoner In tho wnrof
18PJ-14, at the ngo of it He was captured
with his father , it tliat time, being aboird tlio
packet tunning between Iloston and Province
town Oliver P Ruel, ice-President of tlio Catholic,
t lull, diedcif apoplexy nt Ins home. 1017 lift Ii
iiveinie, lesterday morning nt ,'t o'clock Ho
was nbout .V icirs old 1'or thirty icars lin
was a member of thn Now lurk bar nndw.is
senior membei of the law llrm of Html. Totieoy
A Whiting of '.'til Hroidivnv Ho was ke
Prcsldcnt of llio Cltholie Club for two teims.
His son wis recently ordained n 1 rlcst V
widow and married daughter ulso surilic him.
The funeral arrangements linvo pot .is let
Ldvvnrd l Hntt. for nearly half a century a
resident of W llllnnisburg. died Yesterday, In
hlssovinty-llfthicir.at his home. .'IHConselyca
street. He was born lp the nldi-ity of New
lork. and for more Hum forty vinrs was prom
inent in Mns-onie nlTalrs u thn time of bis
deilh lie belonged to Progressive Lodge, So
:i"i4. F and V .VI . Progressive Chapter. No
Ilisi.lt M .and DcW'itt Clinton Commaiidery.
No '.'7, K T
(icorge W Smith, a well-known icsidentof
Niack. whllo vvnlklng .1 short disunite from his
homo nn I'lvflnn avenue, lesterdai afternoon,
suddenly loll to thn sidnnalk. and when picked
up hu wns de.ni His duvlh was caused hy
heart dle.ise He Is survived hi two 1111111 ir
riod daughters nnd ono son. Ho was about OJ
Thomas Hrovv 11. colored, believed to bo the
nllet resident of western Pounsili.ini 1. died
nt Lnttiiner, Pa . on Tliuisdai night. He 11 ds
born In the South in I7II, nnd was a sluo
Hn wis married foui times, anil Is survived by
twelve children, Inrty graudi hildieri nnd ten
A tolegraiu was received nt tlm Statn De
partment lesterdai fiom Paris reporting the
death tin re of Mis I aura Mel re 1, a sister of
Col. (h tries Denliv of Indiana, a member of
the Philippines ( niiimission. now in session In
Manila. .Mrs Mel rea. the despatch slid, died
of piicumonl 1
Adolphus D Johnston, who li.nl been for
thliiy-SBveii icnrs 1 niuiected with the punting
department of the New ork liulriieudrnt, died
on Wednesday at his home. 44'J llrst street.
Hrooklin, in thn bixty-sim nth yeirof hisnge.
Ho was piomlnant in thu Methodlatdenominn
tlou Thomas (lootlwlu Wells, n momhnr of thn
Produce Kielnnge. died on Wednesday at bis
home, l.r8 Clinton street. llrooklyn. In thn
lift! -second jcur of his ago Ho was a mem
hor of thn Hamilton l lubiind tho Crcsciit Ath
letic Club He wns unnnrricd
J S Patterson, President of the I'nlon Trust
Company of Jamestown. N .died suddenly
yesterday morning He was a largo oil opera
tor, and was (I I year old
Thestirni from the flulf rout moved nnitheast
ward to lcnnter, vvhtre It was n utrsl jesttrllav,
itimlib liurrsmigln nurj ami atteinlctl tij .1 rain
nrei which cuvtrnt the countrj cast of th Mid.
slipl Itliirfrnm tlicOulf nfMnxiifl to Ncvr Kiu'laml
and Onnadi Then wat ami tn tlie uoitJtfrn part
o' Wife nitln and Michigan, and tlio rainfall was be.
coming lieavt an tlio storm jirouresstil nnrthoant
ward. Ihowlulwai bi rendu.' huh nn the nnutli
Atlantic coast, 1 low in,; on idiore from 1 lornls to New
Wtht nf the VIiKRii'sipnl fllr weather pievaile I, and
it wl-i general! tol It r, with freezing temj eratiirrs
In nort'it rn 'It xis anil lUhl front tmicbiiutlie ciattt
atltiiHcrtou. In IIil Vtlantlt Suits it was -li.-htly
In thu oil) the ilur vu cloinlj in tlio morning,
rain In the aflt-rn ou, awr-ue luuiilillo in per
rent., wind Kouthcutt to nortlit a-t, uvt raito velocity
lHiiiiltssn botir. buonit'lt 1, toirectttl to read to
seu la el, st H v. M. an Sti. a P VI mi i i
Tlm tciuperatiiie as rctorditt by (Iil o.lirlil tber
11101111 lerainl alvihi 1 in Si s s tlifimoui ter at ths
street level n flinwti In the untitled t-lble
OjUt'il - ,v" thrill ,Vol
ki ijv Jt" mi. JM-, ;?
ft l JI 4J 14' ' II n P It 41 4J 47
j-jvi u ,it r.n nnni' ,. 4s
,i v VI 4 l1 II' fin' u Mill .1 I' :17' 4s
mmiiM.ios loiu.jisT ton Tri nil
I r VI one New llatupslnrti and Vcmionl, rain
with sotithiakterl) shitting tn n itliuttftfilj jttle.
to ilaj snmlvi fair
I'or Mat aihu-t ttx, Itiiode Ulaud and Connecticut,
ckuriug t il n. with bihiiIo n-t rlr ahiltiug to
u 'rllivrt-lirl) galcn hnnjui fa r
ir tittrru .Vie Vork, Jttir 11 south, ,Uarno in
north portion totllll iauthtiitt'rty rhitniv to ireiierly
Kor wi -ti rn Now York, ram, followed by clearing
to.ilav. Miiiular fair, high norlliirly winds
Tor Nt w Jcre, cl arlng t tlav , aiutheviiterly
shlttln.'to wo-ttrli Kiln Suuiliy tair
I oriasltin l'-nn) hmiu thi-Hnlrut of Columbia,
Iielawarc an I Vlariljutl, far and toolcr today,
diluillUiiillk weileili nlmln, s.UJt(i) tar
For weHpru l'tntis-lvanii an 1 Ohio, fair to tlar
ami probably Sunday, warmer Sunday, diruluivhing
, j .
are pot fort Roups R)
ready for use, savo (fSa
t'nns RterlflVoil boforo WlfflfBw
can biipply you WsoUX
"From Tree to Table," rlllHMKa
booklet descriptive of our iz&fi
other products, malb d f roe. -
CURTICE BROTHERS CO,, Rochester, II. Y.
SPRING TOP COATS,
STYLISH SPRING SUITS.'
Perfectly made from carefully chosen'
fabrics, in popular weaves and tasteful
Acknowledged the Best.
ARtar Plncf) anil Kottrlli Avenue.
X. B. (iootls ilrlli crctl free wltbln 100 miles
CATTLE HUSTLER TVRXS STUDEXT.
John Conrml Arrested ns He Wns I.envlnff
n Commercial Colleen In Omnhn.
Ovum. Neb . April 7. .Tolin Conrad, an al
Ipged cattle rustler wanted in Wjomlng. Ne
braska und Soutli Dakota, bai been arrested
bore, vvbere. bo.vi.is studying nt a commercial
college. Bboriff Rmink of Kuntlnnce. Wyo . ar
rested lilm as ho was leaving tho collect) with
other students to-day.
The officers nllego that Conrad onerated la
that stretch of range, country where Kouth I)a
kot.i. Nebraska. Wyoming nnd Colorado join.
The Sheriff mado it so hot for tho gang that Its
membnii finally scattered antl its leader dlsan
penioil Tor more than a le.irc.ittlo In small
hunches continued to bestnlen nnd the officers
suspected (Vinrnd. but could not Unit him.
l.itclyOmnli i tletct tiles noticed n man attend
ing a commercial college hero lyho answered
the description of ( onrad On mnklng Imiul
liesthey leirnctl tint tho student somctlmoa
tllsappenicd fui n nock or so Tlio Wyoming;
bheriff wns potilleil antl enmo nnd arrested
Conrad , .
Conrad's only admission wns that he had dis
posed of some stolon cattle Ho denied that ha
had dunu any stealing illtcctls
The Drnl In Ileittl lien's Clothes.
Pr. Mb line! n 1'eenv. Chief Inspector of th
Sanitary Division of the Health Hoard, paid a
visit last night to thn tenement nt 11 r.ldridga
street, which was alleged to lie tho beadquar
tersof petltllois of dead men's clothing. In
spector Veeny will mnkn n special report to
day to President Murphy of tlio Health Hoard,
lecommenillng flint tlie board immediately
put a stop to tlio practice of soiling clothing
loiind upon bodies of persons picked up In tlm
waters about New ork Dr 1-ceiiv found last
night tint tlie petbllers of such clothing oc
cupied two Moors of tin- tenement Their wares
nresolil In iniious pirts of the city, nnd tho
result of this la tho spreading of disease.
Mrs. (.Illrlt noes llnck to Knnsns.
Kr. Paso, To . April 7 -Mrs (ir.intC. Olllett.
wifo of the Kansas inttle king, with hor baby
anil iinrso passed through lioio to-day on the
w.ii to their formei homo nt bllone. Kan.
Mis (illicit has boon in Chihuahua with hor
husband for more than two month', whom bo
was engaged In running the I'ulnclo Hotel,
iiliidi he pinch isetl (lillctt mailon failure of
tlie hotel leiituro and leeeutly sold out nnd
one night not long ngo took tlio midnight trnln
foi 'I nrreon It l - till lli.it ho goes from tber
to South America to engage In tlio cattlo buul-
Americans liny I.iintl in Mexico.
Gpapai.aiiua. Mexico, April 7. A Chicago
sindlcato. headed hy Pr (ienrge M Kmnrle,
has purchased a tract of 'jri 1.000 acres of land
In the Statu of Mlehoaenn. The tract is partly
covcictl with tin- finest cabinet woods. One
hundred thousand collect toes nro In full bloom
on thu place More than mm million dollars
was paid tin tho propel ts. nnd It Is ono of tlis
largest investments mado in Mexico by Amer
StrnuiU'tlSteiiiiierriorseiiiiiii Kcnrlten Boston
Boston, Mnss . April 7 -Tho Wnrren llns
steamer Norseman, nhicli was ilontetl yester
day from her berth ou tlie rocks off Mnrblo
head Neck, arilitil liero to-dai In tow of tugs,
she was iiiinle fist at tlie 1 astern llnllrond
thick tt uvi.ill leinoinl In tlie tin dock. Her
In uric tire legardetl as not vital
The llablgrrn ltrmly for Launching.
Hath. Me , April 7 The I'nitcd Stat03 tor
pedo boat Dihlgren has been finished and
will he launched as soon ns tlio ice leaves tho
liver Tlio spend of tlie hoit Is guaranteed
.'(OS knots Ills 110 feet long Thn Craven,
the sister boat of tlie liahlgron. Is Hearing
completion nnd will bo ready for launching In
it week or two
A DOWN IN DIXIE,
it takes a long pole to
knock persimmons. Up
North, we all know no
pole is long enough to
i.uj"0IjD crow rye
L'OlDCROWl olT its hich pedestal,
ttxssif55" nUi'e secure on tne '""m
v $W x! 1(,u"'-'-ltion of rurity
raniesl My' fhonest' a"d lons
W$$W GM Jrears of popularity
I i.ta,.1; , .. J Uuy only of reliable
ISCIS H. B. Kirk & Co., N.Y.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING
Kcnoiutliio. Works, i
Broadway ant) 47th St. H
ivi i rimvr. 31:10 3BTif. S
Carpet Isytrs furmtlioJ l nbort ntlM,
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