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oyiiJnl0iaibn Ih Consideration ofp
IrI rIll p In III > Her Hninandkj
1r kj E4nV > T > r 103ersey justice lajijstTJofirhotCn
jijstTJofirhotCn the troll of a Jersey Justiceof
of ftielwe n hi person of Squire Henrynfl
oftoe
nfl f fbo wa todny arraigned In theJfeurUlprecigql
JfeurUlprecigql police Our before JudgeAlcprncn
prl Qt PI
Alcprncn C Svre noy Tho technicalFffirncoT
FffirncoT charged against Squire Baswtt ItEe
Ee Wn4firtg an6ffler which under theJs
Js k of New Jersey Is a misdemeanorjftfclpjfjjfo
jftfclpjfjjfo with 1004 ftne or threo yearsIJrtdri I
IJrtdri riment or bDth The cal wenticilntll I
icilntll edjDfittlA > next when the
W
ttM 1
W llston Suir
wSfbqUUn lUJpp uaH by Judge Sweeneya
a flJIrnry Brpde of 5 Springfield avenuorrent
rrent on Illsbond73mjJt6
73mjJt6 BaiBBette a ecuwr in Mm UzzieHer
i ld1aolm re ontn and tetfilr9f
t
Her stol as told to Judge Sweeney istiaJBnuJrA
tiaJBnuJrA Bastteft went to her hUadTrulnlt
fidjrefuslngitdahowber any legal warrantfor
for his net separated her under threatsMnrrjhOT
MnrrjhOT tennionth bld baby draggedher
her away t the I louse of the God Shepherdand
and caused her to be IPle up there for aj
j V itUBn she I guilty of no offencewMfefiJryJSjrld
4hplJ had tny an orderlynnd
nnd her children respectable lifewith her husband andher
Mrs Van Ness further charge thatftaMstt
c ftaMstt did this In collusion with her huaf
t llnd who paid Bafwutt ten dollars for thejol
jol > flve dollars on his undertaking tocjajt
cjajt and another five dollars after It wasdone
done hie whole trouble she says startedfrom
from onanonymous letter which was addreewif
dreewif to her late last summer and whichin
in the naVurflltourse of mol deliveryttiNivAiAV
ttiNivAiAV iiiis dnds This lettergjftt
ttn iJps
U
f darl fplilon pr
1 and I of at
jpX t ryIland
gjftt n1 vhanfctorBuch as young mar
Wbwigrp supped optto receive fromm
> n dnirrerfl < tbertliari their husbandWhen
When Va Jjw > ataa Husband in the COrM
read gletfeT ho rasmueh disturbed inmloill
rM Ilef
mloill JiGfihawedit to his wife and askedtor
l awei
tor ran explanation Mrs Van Ness paidihti
ihti duUilvohlm non becauno she knewibfcr
i < t tho It r or who wrote i
IQtr husband didVanMCtsg
VanMCtsg brooded over the mater I
w an11 yesterday although tho fnct6uUlh
f1ld sterlYJ
6uUlh < jt bocoTnflrmcd tliat Van Ness himo
I o lt received anonymous Icttcis tellinginfthat
1 infthat Jiiu wifes conduct with other mmlufta
lufta good deal to be dt sired Ho went totho
Ibo polo tle story i with one of theMtersi
Mtersi That WHS last September Hothat
f thn dow
Itecrthat lerhrn
I th n aTf tod he polc told llmt I
that that was Bum thing for the tortedttes
> ttes post qfflco ssent service nxn to dolonger tal
eM away and a
al wfnt broed whie
longer He fttt n watch on his wifes movements I
ments bU nothing tame of it lye whatwent
went tpvconflrm MI Van Nesss indignantcrnio
crnio Of wrontsdoinK But mill Van Ntsswsj
i wsj < hbt mp dollg knew UoMitt wellMia
I Mia Van NIBS inher statement to JudgeBiuetti
about Va going 10f
fA
f I Biuetti Van lSS Ts repentant now sniy
ti And the fact 0 > ot it was Van Ntsswholook
t wholook herout of the Jlousa of the Ooo < i8hepbt
8hepbt < Lflftor her IncarctTution there foraweekatid
aweekatid that he has appeared wit herin I
in courtvgivurg ipport nndcountenance tohercharge
hercharge s against Bowatt braic her outih
ih the sear rtionShe
She says that her husband confided histroubles
troubles and the anonymous letters toBoMrtfand
r BoMrtfand eoughthls advice Hho saysin
J in substance tat the Justice of the Peaceafr I
afr rponderingthe matter decided that
the best way tOiJeal wiUi recreant wivewas
t was t givo them a good scare and hattbe
tbe best way to give them a good scarevasto
i vasto oQmmlt tel to an instilulion foratune
I
tune BoBsott moreover Sirs Van Nmsalleges
alleges thought that the thing could IJ
I clOTerand volnnoor d tordo it for the sumofUrtthen iufie
ofUrtthen ih handamlfprthe further sumoriSw
r oriSw h paid when the job was donetyro
pald
tyro Yi nNenH in her statement furthercayBtlmt
cayBtlmt Bossett then went to Iht Houseof
1 of theOond hepherdand asked the matronof
of fi hIUutrQn to ICprepared to receivea
I a wrfyward wixriari who wotlld be broughttlipre
tlipre shortly MM Vnn Nuis in neroWn
oWn wordJi give thii acowtit of the way Ir
r BoBsettdelivered her at the inslilutionr
1 wns at hnmMyith my baby In my armswli4jntbWltcaine
wli4jntbWltcaine to tho IIOUBO and tolame
i me t nutvtb baby down and come withhim
him lioldhlm that I was not going toro
dp any such thing that my baby was sicknnd
nnd tnat I was not going to leave her forhlmor I
hlmor anybody else Be said that if IIrwava
d t tpe40dun lie wOlld b bthtfli
i to ale me aay In a ptrl aion thatl
Irwava lad woman and that I wan going tobSptmUhed
bSptmUhed for my wickedness I uki
him wtot he Ol ant but be made no answerIdemanded
Idemanded his right to arrest me but allhe
t he ditj was to tnp mVpocket and say thatthewarrant
thewarrant Van there all right I knewo
r o ett ap a Justice of thfl Peace and thath
t bm man wh would make troubleIf
If 1 < l < i notjo wlthliim So I put the Ixiby
dJOt6owithlltl
litbKLpit on mythings and went awaywUhiina
wUhiinaI
I believed ho wouldtake me to a policeMlK
MlK 6 6V oiiie phce where I could e
plain matter nnd be tot go But ho tookmetAA
> metAA phcel oonsaw a a inslitutionandnrt
andnrt Bfourf offl wtotipn houfe I drewIrfcJcnrd
IrfcJcnrd dfhnririod tobo taken to a out
Init he > hcv d me inside nnd Mid to oneoftbonfoUTfTBt
oftbonfoUTfTBt te M girl I told youabout
abut I WPS there ft week I almostwentmart
wentmart vtth thbUfchior my children at
lrmr
i IC1lritm husband cnme lei
i waappnlteitnnd4Pi > ltyod tlat hn hid doneme
me agrea twrotfRi leVI the sUters andthey
they releawd me nt ont <
tthe KnusooIthVtipod Shepherd yesWetnke
tlCu p
I tqiY9bi 1he USr 6dl
l Wetnke people yhonrn committed hel
j f vgwjttrnWjten Mnr Van Ne s was
r 1
brougmhere l > y Mr Bosseit Mid her wal
hand W hadjneTrJ ejird of her beforeWereoeiv
Wereoeiv < lhpr aM she wns here for nwe
we k WWIyf MtwiTd came and wnift
IJPM herTatrl al > we know of OioJ
01 I
Itnm I frotl Saulr Bowetts oounMl
Ml raid Uft evening that he thought tAt
rfjiTgcperwrBtlni l officer would fallMr
uJUtltMr
Mr BMp says continued Mr CrollnimJMDftlCiriwnrt
him
tht I
nimJMDftlCiriwnrt undprstandlog with hiswife
wife He Firs twiit both Vn Xewi and MrsV
V qNp uwhinvwll ad Umtoil hedidrhnn
rhnn ho went to Bee 1 Mt Van New WHStonrco
tonrco ffTtct go to the iDsUtulinn ardtftt
lrJ conMrftod lotio Mr BosMltren
tftt Mift nflt loo so BtUpl
pl Myatltt1hrn hoot to tle Vi
X h f Yln AI
I tJj n J i lld net left withmre
Jj
j 1CIEf
f mre Nri1tBhnrrft tii PoaKftl FHI onTqfllry
Tqfllry THrH nrtSeorchM HoneA
A big Parker and Davis banner whichjfiiii
t jfiiii iSuiUoixwire nittlng became soakedwith
with rnjn yesterdty at Villla avenue andiSJthJitwfelAod
iSJthJitwfelAod fell to the street craBhlnjthfougfitwo
thfougfitwo trolley wiN A truck b
lonsinJSlo a Manhattan market butcherlot
w lot along lllli axenua ut the timeHm0
anlhl oltolon t hor
Hm0 fame Miol up from the wires andIlls
Ills norswUwere BO badly burned that av
v t4iiary ± urn who wxammed themlater
later BoWtUt they would have to be shot1h5driv
1h5driv rPatrickIxonard told the polloeloose
thk ftrmlor hd JUIt Urchut thehCN
The hol
4I0lple
hCN StEIli
Ili to loose from ino blazing banneranaftwt
anaftwt to get away Uiey couldwleitbefore
5 wleitbefore dropping in theire
t tlrfJld b John UlgerTr
ItJ 1 e frprJn e ezchm nt heBWit4
r BWit4 to ° e d severBl scalp
8taD ve II
oqU t fc wcklDB crew neariy an
ho t t e tp nit track apr a big crowdp
p Watch them L
irI J1
XORTIIEfttf SECVniTlESCASJSArmament
Armament on the too niitrlbullon InJunction
Junction Ended fFiiiLiDKU
FiiiLiDKU > HU Nov 10 Discardingtechnical
technical terms for the more expreselvolanguage
language of everyday speech J h OJonnion
Jonnion in tho concluding argument madeIn
In the Northern Securities Injunction caseregarding
regarding tho distribution of Htoclu Mugheard I
heard before the United States Circuit Courtof
of Appeals in the Federal Building todaytime
time and again flayed Edward 1 Harriman
man rnrcattlcally referring to jjha railroad
road oR little lambMr
rad magnate aa a poor ltte
Mr Johnson attempted to phow tluitMr
Mr Harriman had entered into a pool withthe
the idea of getting every powilble share ofany
any winnings but when instead Ihetawas
was a loss had refused to stand h nlmreof
of the shortage Inferring to the factthat
that Mr Harman hod neglected to makeaffidavit
affidavit to romc of the averments in thiscase I
case although doing so would greatlyhave
said have strengthened his side 1 Mr Johnsonsaid
Harriman might thus gain control ofthe
the Northern Pacific Railroad but Harriman
In jail for could not
man Jai perjury culd enjoysuch
such controlThis
This was only one side of the seconddays
days hearing of this cose which ttl A
mitteo will decide the control of thoNorthern
Northern Pacific Railroad David T Waton
on leader of the Pitta burg bar defending
ing the Harriman and Union Pacific forceswan I
wan the first speaker today resuming hireply I
reply to Ellhu Root Ho dwelt whollyon
on the legal phase of the matter and mnphulzed
phulzed the fact that tho Northern Securities
ties andbad
tes waa simply a holding company an
bad not the right t sell the B okW DGuthrle
Guthrle of New York f olioweo wit an argument
ment In faror of Mr Watsons statementThe
The Court reserved decision I
FLOITEn i MEMORIAL DEDICATEDLibrary
Library Daildlng Erected by IIUDanchterClveo
Clveo the iVatrrlownWATZBTOWN
to te City of Waterto1
WATZBTOWN N Y Nov 10The certimonies
monies attending the dedication and formalacceptance
apt by the people of the fine UoswcllP
P Flower Memorial Ubrary erected byMrs
M Emma Flower Taylor I memory ofher
her father the late Governor and presentedby
by her t the city of Wotcrtown were heldthis
this afternoon within the building whichwas
8 packed Mrs Taylors magnificentgift
gift had ita birth in a feeling that this cityshould
should not have t look for aid outaidaIts
Its own citizens which 18 aroused by theattempt
attempt to have Andrew Carnegie donateto
to Watertown one of his library buildingsThis
This effort was well advanced when Mn
Taylor come forward with an offer t erecta
a building stipulating only that it b dedicated
cat to the memory of her father and thntthe
the city annually contribute UO towardita
ita supportSenator
Senator Eon R Brown presided at theceremonies
ceremonies and was the first speakerHe
He paid a glowing tribute to the Inte iovFlower I
Flower and hln daughterMrs
said Mrs Taylor in making the presentationsaid
saidIt
It given me great pleasure to presentthe
to the city of Wntertown this memoriali
to my father 1 Am Iure that his wihprmpte
prmpte by hIs simple nohle 1t wOlld
0 that this would pre a meeting placenot
not only for those on whom fortune hassmiled
smiled but morn especially for those whoeagerly
eagerly seek for knowledge hut throughcircumstances
circumstances havo been denied tho privilege
lege Nothing would havo gratified myfather
father PO much as this gathering today
in his honor of the friends and neighborswhom
whom he loved so fondly
Mayer Blnghnm In behalf of the cityaccepted I Iaccpte
accepted the magnificent gift Then followed
lowed the principal address given by
President Sohurman of Cornell UniversityPresident
President Schurmnn congratulated thecity
city on receiving such a magnificent giftand
and congratulated 1u Taylor on therat
rat deed she had done He spoke orthe
the great benefits to be derived by theritizfuis
ritizfuis of Watertown from the use ofthis
this library which Atre Taylor hal alreadypartly
partly filled with books dealing with thelaw
law medicine nhd theologyMORE
MORE FRAUD ORDERSOne IOlt
One Itoiton and Two New York OinrernsDebtrrrd I
Debtrrrd From tse of the lUllnWAsnixoTON
WAsnixoTON Nov 10 George Adamsand
and the Cieorge Adam Companybox
box lli Station A Jloston wero todaydebarred
debarred from the us of the United Statesmails
mails Adams and tbe Adams
malu Adaml Adal companyposed
pOe as fortune tell and sold a lovepotion
potion which O advertised to accomplish
pUsh great rNmll Here is the for 0 thoadvertisement
advertisement which was put before thepublic
publicPrivate I
Private and Confidential Do you wish togain
gain the Ion and afleotlon of any personof
of the other tex 1 you can have them underyour
your control If 8 you should send forrny
rny < elebratrd love potion 15 If you wishfor
for nm to send It to you you must returnthis
this alp with your order a I only send Itto
purposeA to thoie I know will not use it ony any evilpurpose
A good many of the lovelorn bitbut as thopotion
potion did not always work soine of thodisappointed
aad todlaapplnte
dlaapplnte notified the postal authoritiesFraud
Fraud orders al0 were Lvrubd againstthe
the C11C Publishing Company tho Now YorkBudget
Budget and Elm Trade Company
Bible Hose and U Fourth avenue NevYork
York and the Acme Supply Company ofBurlington
Burlington Vt The former concerns advertised
vertised 8 brokers while the Vermontfirm
firm worked the old time at home schemeBISHOPS
BISHOPS CHOOSE Jon MQUAIDChoice
Choice to Be Submitted to Home but TheyWont
Wont Tell What I I
A meeting of the Roman CiUhollo Bishopsof
of the New York Province was held yesterday
terday at the le house in Madison avenueto
to dlicuM the appointment of a CoadjutorBishojj
Bishojj to the Right Bev Bernard JMcQuald
McQuald of Rocheater who is 81 year oldArchbishop
Archbishop Farley presided The Bishopspresent
present were McDonnell of Brooklyn Coltonof
of Buffalo Qabrielsof Ogdentburg McQualdof
of Rochester Ludden of Syracuse Burkeof
of Albany OConnor of Newark N J andMcFaul
Alba
McFaul of Trenton N JNo
No one at the meeting or the dinner whichfollowed
followed It would say whether th VeryR
Rv Tom F Hlokey VicarGeneral cr
Rochester was the Bishops tint chplce orwhether
whether the Rev E J Han professor1of
of dogmatic theology at St Bernards Seminary
nary Rochester was selected for the firstplace
place on the ticket Tho third name onthoticket
ticket could not be obtainedThe
The names and Uie minutes of the meet
Ing were sentto the Papal Delegate at Washington
ington who will forward them t RomeBishop
Bishop McQuaid looked pleased after themeeting
meeting satisfactionSAYS and his face seemed to cxprdsssatisfaction
SAYS HER HAIR WAS SPOILEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Woman tUt Hair Dreutrfor
for 10OOO OamacrtFBILADXLTBIA
FBILADXLTBIA Nov 0Mr CharlotteBolllday
Bolllday began suit for 110000 damagesIn
In tbe Common Pleat Cur today againstMlM
MlM Lena A Vcrolad charging the Utterwho
Ml L cr carglni te lterwho
who II a balrdreB er with spoiling her hairand
and looki Mrs Hollidar declares that
last August the wet to the establishmentof
of MIl Nerclasl and aakedtohave the colorof
of her hair chanted from a Titlanauburn
to a drab shade She Bays the treatment
le tretmtahe
ahe got caused her bal to become streakedwith
with all the colors of the rainbow strke
fallout Now the has to wear a wig andwaats
waats to be paid for ItMother
Mother and Daughter Amtrned for MnrderJAMKITOWX
JAMKITOWX N 1 Nov IOMn MattioE
E Carter who O Or 1 shot her husbandVYIllJaro
VYIllJaro F Carter was today arraignedtho
o th charge of murder in thr fin t del
Her daughter Blrni > th Anderson andanroployee
MrRnemployl
roployee Mrs Borden we re nrrnlgned ont
t Kr
h Mrne charcci
i > > A
THE 13 HOODOO HAS GONEPOLUEMV8
POLUEMV8 FLACK JIHOOKLlrlV
rlV mT S ITS YOUHenry
Henry II Plumb Home Urcoines No I
and tie Neighborhood Ilejolcet Applicants
cants for PUCK Scurried Anay WhenThey
They San the Fateful Number 18The
The Street Numbering Bureau of Brooklyn
ly told Henry B Plumb of 13 Polhemusplace
place yesterday that ho could scratch thehoodoo
hoodoo off his front door I gave him aneat
net slip of paper authorizing him in thename
name of the Borough of Brooklyn to substitute
stitute a numerical mst He was toldthat
that under the powers of tho pert hecould
could hung the left hind loot of a rabbitcaught
caught In a graveyard at midnight underthe
the now number in caso the hoodoo provedstubborn
stubbornMaybe
Maybe Mr Plumb can get a servant nowMrs
Mrs Plumb is hopeful And there is an airof
of optimism and cheerfulness abut thefamily
family in marked comparison to the gloomand
and depression of tnoso biter days whenBridget
Bridget and Mary Ann and black Hannahand
and tow headed Orotchcn shuffled into thetiny
tiny street and up to the Plumb door andthen
then turned away again noses to the airTho
Tho whole neighborhood has token on abrighter
brighter look
place is a little thumbnailone
one block thoroughfare connecting CarrollI
strcot and Oarflcld plaoe It l as prim Ian
an old mid Save for tho clatter of trolleycant
cant on Seventh avenue it I as quiet asa
church It is sort of Millionaires Rowand
1 I I a Br MUonlre Rwand
and servants are well paid but butlers andhousemaids
housemaids and scullions and coachmenavoided
avoided it a they would have dodged aplague
plague pt It is hard to get senantsnny
nny way In Brooklyn it is said but in Polhemus
hemus place it was well nigh impossibleTho
Tho gilt 13 on the front door of the Plumbhouse
house was the cause of tho trouble It
scared domestics from thePlumbs
not only sr domc8tl0 away frm
Plumbs but It Bpomod to hoodoo the wholeneighborhood
neighborhood The rcnson was that MrPlumbs
Plumbs houde L tho first on the left handside
side from Carroll street nnd servantscatching
catching a glimpse of tho wretched 13scurried
scurried away from tho neighborhoodThat
That lias been going on for years MrPlumb
Plumb who is the secretary of a concernnt
nt 10 Chambers street Manhattan hasbeen
been spending low of money advertisingfor
for servant HU ndvertUomontu drewhundreds
hundreds of domestic to the door butthat
that was sll rom couldnt get them insideOne
One look nt the grim 13 drove them nwayin
in a hurry Argument entreaty offers ofwasnt
double dldnt do a bit of Theroa I
wasnt one of them thnt vrns willing to takechances
chances with fnto by working In n houpewith
with a 13 on its front doorTho
Tho nationality of the domestic dldnfm tseem
seem to make n bit of difference Irishcooks
cooks Cicrmnn housemaid English conchmm
mm negro kitchen help I wns nil tho nameThe
The baleful 13 sent them scurrying FinallyMr
Mr Plumb made up hU mind that the onlyway Iwar
way to end iho Intolerable situation was tochange I
change the house number Yesterday hewent
went to tho Bureau of Complaints and askedSupervisor f Iuperl
Supervisor Jnines A Itooncy how thenumber
number could b changed Ho wns ratheraverse
averse to giving n niatum for the unusualrecueit
recueit until the mipervfror Infonmd himthat
rlue under tho nil < tho reason had to b
set forth to thn Strwt Numbering BureauIm I
Im not sur islitoi s nnd I dont tnkonny Ian
nny stock in nil this nonmris nbout tlinumber
number 13 but its n mater of dollnra andcents
cents and Ive got to have It chiuiRcd thntfcnil
nil thro is nbout it he saidPossibly
11 tlro
Possibly your wife is auporatitloiDUKKcutfd
DUKKcutfd RooneyXot
luggUled nil replied Mr Plumb Shedoesnt
doesnt loW bit of sleep call she isIn
In a housa numbered 1 She wpul bowilling
willing to movo on Friday and I hnvo somoreason
t srornln
reason to Ixllevu that she would walk undern
n ladder without a tremor lam positiveshe
she could spill salt without being horrifledand
and there is no doubt in the world that blackouts
outs nro of no fspeclal significance to hernny
nny moro than thev aru to meWell I
Well what in tho world began thosuiHrvisor
We1 Iulrler
suiHrvisor of the erumblu boardWhy I
Why its simply thut 1 cant get servants
ants as long us that blamed numberHturiHapplicants I
applicants in tho far when thty tomoto
applcants Youve Idea liowthocostof Itho
to look the job ovor no
tho coat of advertising In the dally pap forlioua II
lioua iulp mountc p Its a cow of spending
ing money for advertising every day andgetting Igeling
getting no r nulls nt all Diiacsa you aN
unlucky enough to llvo whcro the doorof iof
of your liouao bears a 1 and a 3
1 ho thing got to uch a paM after a time I
that wo did not put the number of the houseinto
into the ads knowing tliat wotild bn plainfoolishness I
foolishness Wo thouRht we would nave
a chaneo with our persuasive powers nftrrthe I
the applicants got to the house But I
wasnt n bit of ucc They came in droves
but they departed in hauteHooney
Hooney ermpnthiZKl and looked up itho
the plot of tho street to see what couldbe I
be done He found that n vncnnt lot next
to Mr Plumbs house Imd been bought upby
by people living on Carol street for thepurpoiK
purpoiK of deepening their bnckyardConsequently
Consequently the vacant lot opened tohave
have an existence ns a part of Polhemusplace
place and the number I would have botnebocamo
bocamo available for Mr Plumbs Ui
Hereafter tho Plumb hoube will be No 1
and tho houseadjoining on the other sidowill
will be Ko 15Mr
Mr Plumb says that nothinc ever happened
pened in the hoilt to give added color tothe
pene superstition He his lived there n
good many yenrs ho ay and he > cantremember
remember a single accident or misfortunestretch
tht coud atribute O6n hy the blgsttreth
stretch of imagination to the malevolentInfluence
Influence of tho number 13
DEVJED WHATTHEY SfORK TOMacUtrale
MacUtrale Ilartow Says Two DetectiveAre
Xnnt 1rlsonrni FreedMagistrate
Are lnntnlr Jrhonlr Fret
Magistrate Barlow scored two detectivesseverely
severely in Jefferson Market police courtyesterday
yesterday for signing a complaint whichthey
they admitted WM untrue On Oct 29 analleKiMl
alleKiMl gambling house was raided at3JfWest
32 Wet Twentyninth street John Sheridan
dan 4Q year old of 173 West Eightyfifth
fifth street Harry Jot on 52 years ofS7
S7 West Thirtyfirst street and PeterBrown
Brown 60 years of 0 East Thirtyfifthstreet
street were arrested Brown wo discharged
charged at tho Orel arraignment Whenthe
the adjourned hearing came up beforeMagistrate
Magistrate Barlow yesterday ha took thesworn
sworn complaint and eoine over It pointbypoint
bypoint naked Detective Callnhan or theTenderloin
Tenderloin station and Central Office Detective
tective Fitzgerald if the chnrges were corrootv
rootv
t i
In > the affidavit Sheridan and Johnsonwere
were accused of running a roulette wheelboth
both liavinB f > old chips and received mont
according to tho complaintDid
Did you pay any money to either ofCallahan
th o prnen Ike the Iaglltrale ofCalohn
Callahan
CallahanNoelr
Noelr answered the detectiveDid
Did wer chips from eitherof
D you rflvn any chlpI rrm eiherof
of the dnfendantsNo
No sirThe
The same questions were akcd of Fitzgerald
gerald and he answered in the same way
grd
Lawyer Dwy the defendants1 counseltried
tried to get ina word but tho Magistrateinflated
inflated on conducting the case himselfI
I wishto show their
wsht by ow answersthat
that thee min are absolutely unfit t bofficers Iomcr
officers and I shall send the minute of thewhole I
whole hearing down to the Police Commissioner
sioner declared Magistrate BarlowHe
He then dl chargedtx > th prisoners Thedetectives
detectives said they had not understoodjust
just what had been put in the oomplalntby
by tho clerks when they signed it Thecomplaint
complaint definitely itates that each dtoctlvo
toctlvo wagered and lost first 125 nnd afterward Iar
ward wager names the defendants ASthe
the men to whom they paid the money andfrom Ifrom
from whom they received the chipIOt
niert Soon lie Can IIli VoleUtmpL I1WnL
UtmpL Del Jfov I0loui Daslilfilwns Inl
wns buried here todny Ho wn < takenfrom
from n fkk hr on Tiicvlny and eliwl Immediately I
mediately nftor casting hl vote I
FREDEttlCKTitE laKATj STATVEnvoji
Envoji of Emperor Wllllim to Attend thetnelllng
tnelllng Will Arrive on Nov IGWUIUNOON
WASHINGTON Nov 10 LleutOen tonLoenwenfeld
Loenwenfeld and Major von Schmottanof
of tho Qerman Amy envoys of the Emperor
peror t attend the unveiling of the statueof
of Frederick the Great will arrive in Washington
ington on Nov t Plans for their entertainment
tainment have been completed by Ambassador
bassador Bternburg They 1 be presented
Bent to the President and the Secretariesof
of State War and Navy on the morningof
of Nov 16 and in the afternoon a receptionwill
will b tendered them at the German Embassy
bassy when representatives of the armyand
and nary will meet themAmbassador
Ambassador Bternburg i give a dinnerto
to the envoy on NOT 1 which will beattended
attended by members of the diplomaticcorps
corps He will also give a dinner on Nov
10 in honor of LieutGen Chaflee and otherliigh
liigh military officers On the eveningof
of Nor 18 the President will giro a dinnerin
in honor of the Gen enoPlan gy
Plan for tho unveiling of the statue ofFrederick
Frederick the Great have been completedTho
Tho ceremony will occur on Nov 19 onthe
the esplanade of tbe Army War Collegeat
at Washington barracks The ceremonywill
will be attended by the President and Cabinet
net the diplomatic corps and army andnavy
navy officers A large military escortwill
will b ordered out Tho principal address
velt dress will be delivered by President Hoosevelt
FOItEIGff MAIL SERVICEMore
More Titan 13OOOOOO Ponndi of MallBent
Bent Abroad In the but FUoal YearWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 10Mor than 12
000000 pounds of moll were dee patched bysea
sea to foreign countries in the fiscal yearendod
endod June 0 1WM according to the annual
nual report of SuptBrooks of the ForeignMall
rpr
Mal Service This i an Increase of abut
10 per ont over tho preceding twelvemonths
month The bulk of this mall or morothan
than 8000000pounds was for transatlanticdestinations
dftnton The cost of this ItO was
The international postal biwinofw is aBOUTOO
BOUTOO of considerable revenue to tho Government
ernment In tho flHcal yenr 1001 the mimof
of 8532222 was collected an postage onarticle
article exchanged with foreign countriesIncreases
wih rulrf
Increases are noted in the parcclspostbutinopn
nopn between tlt and other countries withwhich
which agreements nro In operationTho
Tho contains inteies ingHtatistlcH
report ontnne somo Intef IngMtallstC
HtatistlcH collected by tho IntnrnmionnPofitnl
Pofitnl Union I is known thnt tlw UnitedRtatnt
Rtatnt ranks first ninong the oountrlw oftho
tho world In the number qf post officesand
and M to the number of letter boxen inu
ue cecond In proportion of post ofllcetto
to populationflrf tin per capitnmnil handledfiist
flit ns to the length of mal rute thirdns
ns regards tho number of letters sent nndfirst
first both in receipts and expenditureFIViVT
rUT MOHK ROOMState IItatr
State War and Navy HulUIIni ont LargeKnoucli
Knoucli for the War DepartmentWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 10A brief conference
ence was held this morning by ficcretarlesHay
Hay Taft and Moron relative to theproblem I
problem of providing moro room fortho I
the State War and Navy departmentsThe
The biRdepartment building is overcrowdedand
and relief must l > obtained cither by renting
ing outside buildings or by the construction
tion of n new department building ThoWar
War Department alone could moro thnnfill
fill tho Stnto War and Navy Buildingwhile
while the Navy Department is compelledto
to occupy three or four structures out wileSecretary
Secretary Hoy is in favor of the hill introduced
troduced at the last session of Con growby 1
by Senator Fairbanks providing for thuerection
erection of a building for tho departmentsof
of Htate and Justice KecrutarirH Tnftand
and Moron have not fully investigated thosubject
subject and further conference will beheld I
held Trith a view for to making recommendaTJftf
tonB toCagr Immedite rlefl1 t
TJftf A SFIIA LT COXTRO EHSVenezuela I ilnIfI
Venezuela to Ilrlnic a Criminal Knit AgainNew
New York and Hrrmmle CoWAsiiUviTOK IAI
WAsiiUviTOK Nov in Unofficial information
formation has ben receives at tho StntoDepartment
Department that tho Yonoiiicliui iovornmen Imen
men has started or is about to start acriminal
criminal lit agalntt tho New York andIlermudcz
Ilermudcz At > phait Company or allegecomplicity
complicity In the Mate revolution Thissuit
suit was threatened at tbe tlmt IIII CastroGovernment
Government nelzecl the nwplmlt proiwlionnd
nnd the charge wnst made nt thnt timu thntthe
the Now York and Borniudey Company hadluininliol
luininliol arms money ammunition nndmen
men to tho revolutionlstKIt
It i now reported that Castro hns in hUpossoMlon
pol8C lon affidavits to the efTefl that nnagent
agent of the Mates party visited the country
homo of one of the asphalt magnates InNew
New York State and there obtained assurances
surances of financial and material supportin
in carrying on the resolutionCRllSER
CRllSER CHICAGO XIILS TODAY
Mill Go to Chile to Htcome the Fl tilipof
of tho 1acino KqutdronWABHIKOION
WABHIKOION Nov 10The cruiwirChicago
Chicago will sail tomorrow from New Yorkfor
for Hampton Roads preparatory to hervoyage
voyage to the Pacific to beoomo tho flagship
ship of the Paclfio Hquodron The Chicagowill
will meet the Pacific Squadron at Sandy
Point Chile where Rear Admiral GoodI
rich will transfer his flag from tho cruderNew
New York Tho New York will continueher
her journey to tho New York Navy Yardwhere
where she will undergo extensive repairsThe
The other vessels of tho squadron the BosIon
Ion Marblehead and Bcnnlngton will rpturn
turn with the Chicago to San FrancmcoInternational
International Reformers Tall on SecretaryHay
HayWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov toA delegation ofthe
the International Reform Association tvnsreceived
received by Secretary Hay today Thereformers
reformers presented a petition prayiug I
i for diplomatic efforts by tho United States
to protect China ogalnllt tb Nlforclri calfof
of opium by Great Britain Mr Hny listenedto
to long speeches by a number of the menandwornon
and womoj1 composing tho asoclatlon andat
at their conclusion Informed them that he
would lay the matter before Presidenttlon
who would no doubt g1Ye It tho of1Jlldlratlon
tlon III importance demandeMovement
I
Movement of Naval VeueLiWASKIKOTOV
WASKIKOTOV Nov 10Tho cruker SunFrancitco
Francitco has sailed from Port Said forAlgiers I
Algiers the cruiser Minneapolis flagshipof
of Hear Admiral Bradford from Hampton
loads forevr ork and tho crull OIympl I
ili flagship of Hear Admiral Jewell from IGlhraltar
uibrallar for GenonTho I
Tho cruiser Atlanta and the gunboat Costine
tine have arrived at Angra dos Reis tlwrruiber
rruiber Detroit at Eonlo Dominno CityIroquols
I the crul or Chicago at TampkIM II thlcrulMr
crulMr Ha1elrh at Ahancbai nnd the tug
Iroquois nt HonoluluPrince
Prince Fnihiml Une In Waililncton on theJ4ti
J4tiWASUIXOTOX
WASUIXOTOX 0 loTlit JapaneseLegation i
Legation received a telegram from panFrancisco i
Francisco thii momlnc announcing thatImperial
Imperial Prince Fufthlml of Japan will arerive
rive in Washington on the 14th of this monthTotal
Total Strength of the AmiWABHraoiON
WABHraoiON Nov 10The annual report
port of the military secretary > of the armyshows
shows that the total strength of tho armyon
on June 80 1004 was 3871 officers and1I
85048 men Desertions amounted to iMO
Army and Navy orrteriVA
VA BIOTOV Nov 10 THne rmj orders wertKvirtl
Kvirtl tod rSKODJ
SKODJ Ural WlllUm J nah inthlli Inlutrf
to Assume cbaref nl ronntfnrilin wortc AI FoilSlorum
Slorum rcllnlnt ttond llrul lllUm C RUMflltrhlh
trhlh InfantryA
A honrrt ot olflert to mrt at the Ann nutldrInt
Int New1 Yoik rlly for thf ptKinlniltlon ntoHrfrfor
for promotion wlih < 4 > l IrnlrDrk A Mmllli PcMh
Inlantr u ruTIMnl tint 1 > l IJriK I llur
11t1lIr r1flh 11IA Jr orrltJ
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1 If theyre to be paid In cigars Its well to see that theI
911 1 cigars come from one of the United Cigar StoresIt rI
I I It means more smoke satisfaction for you If yon wonIt
I It means less money for the same cigars If yon lostIt i
1 It means that you have all the benefits that come fromour
our direct buying and selling of the product of a dozen of the largest growermanufacturers In
manufacturers in the countryIt
It means cigars 30 to 50 per cent better In quality and In perfect condttton J tl
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Heres a cigar that will make our meaning clearerCaptain fCaptain
Captain MarryatNew tNew
New Superior Size Be each Invincible Size 6c each
250 box of 50 500 box of 1OO 150 box of 25No iNo
No better mild Domestic cigar can tie had atanyprice Fine rich Havana filIersdectcdSmnairay ripperIf
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on receipt of price Remit to FUtlroo Dulldlne New YorkUNITED
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THE XEW JERSEY LAUNCHEDNewest
Newest or Our UaUlcthlpt Sent Into theWatrl
Mater at tiUnoy ManQUIKCT
QUIKCT Jloss Nov 100n the floodtide
tide shortly after noon today tho newUnited
United StaU flint class battleship NowJersey
Jersey was launched in tho presence of adUtlnguifthed
d ltlngul bed company of naval officersState
State officers of New Jersey and Massachusetts
chusetts and invitod guests from the shipyards
yards of the Foro Illver Shipbuilding Company
pany file great fighting machine sliddown
down the ways without a hitch and wasnamed
named by Mrs W B Kinney daughter ofGov
Gov Franklin Murphy of New Jerseyfov
fov Murphy with his party arrived inBoston
Boston last night Several members of hisfamily
family accompanied him They were MisMurphy
Murphy his sinter Col Franklin MurphyJr
Jr hlsHon Mrs W B Kinney his daughterW
W B JClnney and Mr Klnncys motherMrs
Mrs T T Kinney all of Newark N JThoso
Thoso of his staff who worn present wereAdjutantGeneral
AdjutantGeneral R H Brelntwpll andMrs
Mrs Brelnlwell Col Charles W Parker ofJeriey
Jeriey City Copt Lowis F Briant andWnU
WnU V pdge of Atlantic City and LieutEvorot
Evorot Colby of West OrangeOthers
Others In the party wcru United StatesSenator
Senator John Kean of Kli74ilx tli N JCongressman
Congressman W II Wiley CongressmanII
II C Loudennlagcr of tho Naval Comtnltteo
tnltteo Congressman H Wayne Parkernnd
and former Congressman George Hiresand
and Mrs HiresA
A ppocial train brought the guests toQulncy
Qulncy Gov Batos of MassachusettsinytiilKTs
inytiilKTs of his council and staff and guestsof
of the company completed the party
Tho launching was opon to tho public cardsof
of admlrvlon having been sent out by them
< m > any
At the given Higiml the great ship starteddown
down the ways Mrs Kinney smashing thebottle
bottle against thc Item and giving thertnme
rtnme to Uncle Sums latest sea fishierThe
The New Jersey Is one of the 15320 tonbattleship
battleship She was authorized on Feb 4IOO
1002 She is a sister ship of tho VirginiaNebraska
Nebraska and Georgia She is a steel builttwin
twin screv vessel She carries superposedturrets
turrets on quarter dock and forecastlemounting
mounting 12 inch gunn She carries anN
N inch gun turret on each boHin and threefunnels
funnels fore and oft She has two fightingtoiM
toiM in each of her two military masteThe
The New Jersev will carry 805 tons ofguns
guns mount MileltU o 408 tons ofammunition
ammunition onifinu and boiler roomslBJO
lBJO tons coal 1000 tons outfit andHtorvs
Htorvs 0899 tons and armor 3090 tonsST1477r
ST1477r FOR FREXtU CLERGYrather
rather Kveri IH Iurrjlnc the llegoliitloniof
of the Knrliarlttln ConKrnn to ParliTho
Tho llev Luke J Kvere paator of StAndrowN
AndrowN Church in Duane street sailedyesterday
yesterday morning on La Touraino forHavre
Havre going to Purls Ho carries withhim
him the resolutions adopted by the ThirdEucliaristio
Eucliaristio Congress held here in Septembor
bor expressing sympathy with tho prelates
late clergy and religious orders of Francewhoare Iwho
who are in trouble with tho French Government
mentFathor
Fathor Ever 1ms been appointed byArchbishop IArchbl
Archbishop Farley to take the resolutionsof
II
of sympathy With them he is carrying aphotograph
photograph of thn prelates who took partin
I
in the Euclmrittic Congress Tho photograph
graph was taken in front of St PatricksCathedral
CathedralBefore
Before calling Fathers Evers naidI
I have IOJIn commissioned by theArchbiftnop
biftnop to take the resolutions They haveboon
boon handsomely engraved on parchcrnpli
IIent J IIhall prefIJnt them with the phOlogrnl1h
crnpli to Cardinal Kicurd Archbishop cfPano
Pane He will call a meeting of tho prelates
lates of France an soon us I arrive and Iwill
will read tho resolutions to the assemblageat
at thu came time presenting them to Cardinal
dinal Rirard for the Roman Catholic clergyof
of Franca In tho name of the clergy ofAmerica
AmericaTh
Thfl resolutions have been translatedinto
into Latin They denounce in strong termsthe
the treatment the Hotnan Catholic clnrgyand
and the religious orders am receiving fromthe
the French Government
Veiled Woman Has nobber In UlicolterPirTsriKUJ
PirTsriKUJ Mass Nov 10On Mondayevening
evening a tail veiled woman appearedin
in the village of Lenoxdale near Lenox nndpatrolled
patrolled the ntreotn Many women andchildren
children were frIghtened Lnst nighttlio
robbetll bloko Into the Pst office and blewOle
Ole safe open Postage stamps and 800in
in cneh were taken Thn rillscnrs uny theveiled
veiled woman was a man in dirguite
a picket for tho robbejsPBEU
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PBEU THE EDITORH
H t 1TJ to Gat flood CopjjjNut Iot
Nut ever one knows what food to turnto
to in cao of slcknesa or decline in healthA
A man in Elgin III says My attention
tion was tint called to GrapeNuts sometime
time ago when Brotuer who U an editorIn
In Chicago broke down from overworkand
and nervous prostration ret in and thenparalyis
paralyisThe
The expert tpeciolltt the physician Incharge
charge gava special instructions ns totho
the food and put him on GrapeNuts andcream
creamHo
Ho began to recuperate quickly andthere
there was a very marked showing of thestrength
strength and value of tho food He soongot
got well and has been at work eversince
since and never shows any further signsof
of breaking down although he worksliurder
liurder than he did before but ho 111 welland
and properly fed and hU brain and nerve
fcppt nmirWied with tho light kind of foodthat
that 18 GrapeNuts nnd errant NameRtvfii
Rtvfii by Polnm Co Battle trwk Mirh
Ort the little bon Ilii Itoml in Wellvilli
villi l inrh plic I
CHVItCH ASTIR JTV THE BROXXDltbop
Dltbop Groor Thouib Wanti It to MoreMore
More HapliUy Tban It DOMTho
Tho Bishop Coadjutor of this diocesethe
the Right Rev Dr Grcer met sixty laymen
men of the Episcopal Church lost nightand
and dlscusoed with them methods by whichtheir
their church could be extended in TheBronx
Bronx The meeting was held In tho parishhouse
house of St PatUs Church on Washingtonavenue
avenue under the auspices of The BronxChurch
Church Club Eighteen of tho twentysisparishcM
parishcM and missions of tho EplcotalChurch
Church In the borough were representedThe I
The most radical step taken was a decision
cision to erect on a central location anEpiscopal
Episcopal headquarters to contain n Inrgnluill
hall rooms for men and omens orgnnlTahpndquartcrs
I dons Bnd to 00 the lIoclnl RDd worklnpI
hpndquartcrs of Episcopal Church lifn inThe I
The Bronx At present there is no hullin
I in the borough and no suitable place wheromembers i
members of nil parishes cnn come togetherI
I Especially will work among young men rxjI
I undertaken In tho proposed clubhouse Inhis
his address Bishop Greer urged that existing I
ing parishes bo strengthened and thenthat Ithat
that new sites for now work bo purchasedand
and churches built Hn announced theappointment I
appointment of a general miKBiormry forTho ITho
Tho Bronx to work under his directionriCHER
I
riCHER FROM LADY SMITHfar I
far Conductor and ExnrtlUh Cavalryman
man Accused of Beating StarterJohn
John Donlln a conductor on the Thinavenue
avenue surface line and Alexander Leonarda
a starter for the same road had a disputeon
on Wednesday over Donllns failure to takehis
his car out of the barns at Sixtysixth streeton
on tune Donlin hit the starter in the facewith
with his punch and then skipped La tnight InlRht
night he went back to the barns whileLeonard I
Leonard was working and started In tontlnch
lunch him again A policdman from theEast
East 8lxtji eventh street station arrestedhim I
him
himAt the police station the conductor saidthat I
that he was a member of a British cavalryregiment
regiment which relieved Ladyfcmith buthe I
he was locked up none the lensOUSTED
I
OUSTED PASSEXGER SHOOTSConductor
Conductor Who Put Italian Off for Not PaIng >
Ing Ills Fare Ilroomes a TargetAn
An Italian who had been put off a northbound
bound trolley car at Fourth street andBergenllne
Bergenllne avenue Union Hill at 11 oclockWednesday
Wednesday night for refusing to pay hisfare
fare drew a revolver and began to shootat
at the conductor Fifty passenger manyof
of whom were women got excited and theconductor
conductor told them to keen quiet Thenhe
keer
he pulled the bell ccrd as the second shotrang
rang out and the motorman turned on thecurrent Iwm
currentTho
Tho car sped aloni and the Italian firedtwo I
two more shots at the rear platform Hisaim
aim was poor and the bullets whizzed harmlessly I
lessly over the trolley pole The Italianwasnt
wasnt arrestedTliBMont
TliBMont Kiie Hotel Solil for SSOOOOThe
The Montague Apartment Hotel at 101Montague
Montague ntrectt Brooklyn hns been soldby
by Edward H Crandall to Franklin Woodsof
by Newark for 2M000 It is a nine storyfireproof
fireproof building in the cvntra of theHeights
Heights districtnuilnei
nuilnei Troublelumen
lumen II Pettcnclll of the flrm of JarnMII
II 1etteticlll t Co coal dealers at 408uWeet
Weet Fourteenth street who is in bualnennalone
alone at White Plains lied a petition In baukruptcy
ruptcy yesterday Individually aud us a partner
ner In tho firm The other partner Milton A ISmith
Smith refused toljoln in the petition Mr I
Ietteniflir individual llubllltles are ue 68and
and MB nominal nMet IV7 Y7J Thu labilitiesor I
or the Hrm are ael and nominal USKII8a4
44
44Henrietta Spiegel Hamuel Spiegel andMax
Max Conuy 11 Hploecl ban k 001 shirtmanufacturer
manufacturer formerly at 37 Kant Tonthstreet
street liavo filed n petition In bankruptcywith
with tlalillltlos of IIOMia and no assets Acreditors
creditors petition in bankruptcy wn filedairalnat
airalnat tlie llrm on Nov 12 tin and faub Ksubrequently
subrequently dUmlsied tJohn
John Augustus Fluckicer IUK fllud a petitionIn
In bankrU toY with llubllllle 1480 and 110BSMts IlI
lI elli nIl formerly had a restaurant onColumbus
Columbus avontifl and aluo a liquor saloonCourt
jonrt
Court Calendar llili Day iAppellate
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Snrroratea CourtChamber Motion calendarcalled
called at 10W A U for probaUWlUa or Ptter
Ooldmaa Tomu J Donohue Edward DovlfAlfred
Alfred Otxlicn rred L Kmrnona RtbeccA Knit
Herman M Peck at 10M A U lacy T Se < Jrnlrtt
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DENIES HE IS SFXATORS SOXSlan
Ian Hald to Do Arthur P Gorman irSaji
Saji Hes TtiumpcnnTho
Tho young man who was arrcstwl oncharge
charge of assault on ilcction niilu and
discharged tho next morning in Jeflerion
Market police court called at TIIK Scvoffico
offico yesterday to explain that hn hadnot
not described himself as the son of Senator
Gorman and that the reports which hsd
appeared wore due to that blockhead of
a sergeantMy
My name IIP said ii Elmer ThomrHon
and I belong to Hjattsvillo Md Vhpci
I was taken to the Btatlon 1 was so flustered
that I gave thn first name which camp
Into my hend It wan that of lolm II
Donovnn who iH a friend of mine Mr
IJonovan is also n friend of VOUIIR Mr
Ciorman Wltln I wint back tollin nation
and montionod that my home wan in Marv
land come onr said that I lookfd like Stnal r
Gorman and in tho Plt < mlnt I lidin
ell I ma be ollnt normnn for fin youJIB
know and that I thf wa JIB report in
the papers crowMr
Mr Thompson said that ho had frequently
quently lx en Inkon for young Mr Onnaaa
Ho boars n strong resemljlance to Senator
GormanHALTUioni
HALTUioni NOV 10 Stale Senator
Arthur P Gorman Jr was not in the citvtoday
today but his law partner Alonzo L Mile
hod a folk ovir the telephone with Mr
Gorman ut his home in I atirel MrOormansaid
said that hI was not in Now York tl th <
time that tho nrrtt WM made Unit hewnsnt
wnsnt his homo in Howard county and that
today IIP would Pjvnd his time huntinewith
with hili undoCIR
CIR FERRY STEAMER SIXKKA
A Loaded Or llrenK Lonte and lineiThrutiKli
ThrutiKli tlie Nlrni DeckOnDENSHuRO
OnDENSHuRO N V Nov lOThp cnrferry
ferry stoamor < Armstrong owned by thoCanadian
Canadian Pacific Car and Passenger Trans
fer Company plying between Ogdensburg
burg and Prescott hank near her dock
hero at 4 oclock this morning Ai thesteamcr
steamcr left her landing with several loadedcarx
car aboard one of tho forward t lint con
taining steel rails broke loose from thothers <
others and went through tlie stern deckof
of the boat causing her to fill rapid vhlie
hlie was hondrd for a sand bar near
by and beached in fifteen feet of water
The crew consisted of five men all of whommanaged
managed to get ashore The engineer remained
mained at Inn > ot until he witer reacliH
to ms armpit A wrecking coinimny inow
now engaged in diwrations to r > p the
Armstrong
Hliiist llrlndlf ItullrtocItoundsmun
Itoundsmun Coivy of Ce West ThirtiiHtreet <
Htreet station found a frinale brindlo bulldog
dog on Brcadway yifterc y The rfopwore
wore no license but on its leather folliiwas
was a plate nadiu Wrrds KamiKsperoncp
Ksperoncp Scholmric c unty N V Thewnitine
wnitine for itR owiprMASS
MASS OF SORESAwful
Awful Suffering of a Boyfrom
from an ItchingHumour
HumourCURED
CURED BYJJUTICURANot
Not One Square Inchof Skin onHis
His Whole Body WasUnaffected
UnaffectedMy
My little son a boy of five broktore
tore prescribed for him but he keptgetting
getting worse until we could not drnim
nim any moro They finallv advisedroe
roe to try a certain medical college
but Ita treatment did not do any goodAt
At the time I was induced to trr Cutioura
oura Remedies he was 10 bad that I hailto
to cut his hair off and put the CutirurOintment
Ointment on him on bandagcn as it wa
impossible to touch him with tbe barfhand
hand There waa not one square inchof
of skin on his whole body thnt wa notanoctxHl
anoctxHl He was one mass of eon
The bandagwf u d to stick to his Mannd
nnd In removing them it used to tatctho
tho skin off with them and the screamfrom
from the poor child wen heartbrraking
ing I began to think that h wouldnever
never get well but after tlm secondapplication
application of Cutlcurtt Ointment Ibogan
bogan to seo signs of improvementand
and with the third and fourth applkat
t Iocs the sores commenced to dry up
His ekin pwlod off twenty timre but itfinally
finally yielded to the treatment I usedthe
the Cutlcura R olvent for his bloodand
and now I can ay that he U entirelycured
cured and a stronger and healthier bovyou
you never saw than ho Is today
ROBERT WATTAM
4922 Center Ave Chicago III Dee
30 1897No
No tvturn In six yrar Mr WattamwriUS
wriUS Feb J3 1803Yourlottrr
Yourlottrr nf thp ist In regard tthe
the case of my liitln bor at hand I amtruly
truly thankful to nay tht the cun > effected
fected by tho Cutlcura Remndita hsben
ben a most thorough and Miccw fulctire
ctire to dateSold
Sold thioufhout tha mld oniruri nolvnit
olvnit JOr Hn form ot Chocolate COnidJri
Jri Hue d la p li Bo lon 7 ColjmhnAve
Ave Potter llriir and ChcSi Com Si uPrnprlelor
Prnprlelor1lTSrnd
1lTSrnd Tnr Ho to Cure leo Humour

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