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f6 65 6 MORE RUEF INDICTMENTS INDICTMENTSTI1E
THE S SIX st lV FRANCISCO Git GitACTS Gllt11 eI14XIijVi eI14XIijViftcTs Jl JltCTS
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Win llh the Prmrvtillon Pros uluq That T at Will 1I flctult flctultIn tebutIn
In the IncItrlnirtU ol InnMm ui the Irn Who lto Iut Iuttp IutI lIt lItl1
tp I the Money Ionl lu Iluy UII franchises franchisesBAN
BAN c FBANCISCO F L1CI6CO isco March 20 < I Sixtyfive SixtyfiveIndictments ixtyI1veI xtyflveJndIctrnent
I Indictments were w ro precnlod prCl > Cnt l la Iatu to tills after afternoon ufternoon afternoon ¬
noon by thoGrand thl > Orand Jury agumatAbe Rue Ruefor I Butfor ulf ulffor
for bribery br bcry In connection with the tli Unttu UnttuRailroad tnltldRa tutttdflai1rowL
Railroad Ra lronrJl4 Go Company CompanYInel and Horon 1l4 1 f fI fIphone fpbone < tlf tlfphone
phone franchises fnmohi > 4et mill the prizefight per permils iiirJT r rnta
mils JT nta ta and ten against T W Halaey lIal lY In con connectlon lOnnectlon conneetfon
nectlon with tho Pacific States Telephone Telephonev TelpbonoCompany Te1phonoCompany
v Company franchise franchiseTho franchlsoTho franehieTho
Tho indictments were brought into Judge JudgeCoffeys J1lgoColfeyll JwlgoCoffey
Coffey ° court by tho foreman of tho Orniu OrniuJury OranlJury GranilJwy
Jury at 530 oclock oclo kThe They filled a large largesuitcase largeauJtcnse 1irgesuItcase
suitcase suitcaseOnly auJtcnseOnly suItcaseOnly
Only the Grand Jury members and tho thoi theI
i newspaper men were present prl tnt After th thforeman tho thoforeman thnforeman
I foreman had pulled out about a half bushe busheof bu buieIof hel helor
of documents and react over tho titles o otho ot ottho ofI
tho separate batches of indlctmonta Judge Judgej JudgeOotrey JudgeCOffGT
I j Coffey wild with grim rlm humor MIs la that thatMl thaIdl
Ml Mli
111Then
i i Then tho Judge asked al > ked if any of the Gram Gramj OmndJurymen GrandJw7men
j Jurymen wanted wantf > d a lLoo ooinmtalon to go to the thePhilippines thePhllJpplnes thePhthpplneR
Philippines and bring brin Hab Iabey jy > y back Then Thenwoo TbArewa Therewasno
woo wasno no reaponss rc ponse except abroad n broal8mlle smlloarouiu smlloarouiuthe srntlo around arouudLho
the court room Then tho th Judge asked askedthe Mkedthe akedthe
the District Attorney tto y what ho thought thoughtwas
was fitting us a ball District Dil rilt Attorney Lang Langdon Lungdon LangI
don buid sui 5ooo codli bail ballon on each indict indictment Indictment indictI ¬
I ment and 10000 in bonds bondsTho bondSTho bondsThe
I Tho Judge agreed that this was fair bui buiha buihe buthe
he wild with the 100000 which Ruef had hacalready hadalread hadbi
already alread put up ai n > i mfll I iflboticf Ol > ohcK iid this thl8ould thl8ouldreplf8Ent woulc woulcrepresent w uld uldrbpreeent
bi represent three qujirter qu quEttYota itloIof of a million n 11loudollars ntilitoWdo11arWell 11loudollarsMWell dollars dollarsWell
Well wild Langdon Lm don Mtpnt that ought ougbtto ougbttohold to tohold tohold
hold him himTbo himThe hirnThe
The court then adjourned adjournedOf
Of the t sixtyfive Indictments against againstRuef againstRud againstLnitecl
Thief seventeen were concerned oono rrod with itb the theUnited theUnited
United Railroads seventeen with the San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Gas and Electric Company thir thirteen thlrtflln thirten ¬
teen with the th Home Telephone Company Companyand
and eighteen with the prizefight permits permitsTho perml13The permitsThe
The indictments In connection cor1l14 Cfofon with th thUnited thUnited the theUnited
United Railroads nre numbered numTl red from one oneto c5ne c5neto cneto
to seventeen and d each e cl epqcifitM pq pec2t4 < ifu that pay payment payment paymeat ¬
ment of the a amount given TTHS e made by byRuef byltuer byRuef
Ruef to a tlupeliflOr upervlf > or for hm vote for thn thnfranchlw thntranchl thefranebhe
franchlw granting the United < 1 Railroads RailroadspermiHflon R4l1l01dpcrmisIlolI RaliroadepeZTh14LO1
permiHflon to electrify its It II lines and use useoverhead 1198oerbfod useoverhead
overhead trolleys which had been strongly stronglyopposed IItronglyoppoecd etronglyoppoeed
I opposed by II popular c pinion iniOTI heforo x > foro the thoflre Ihoftro theMre
flre flreTbe
Tbe following foil wlnlt wlngare are the names nameasad and amounts amountsin
iln in th thQ thee < > e indictments IndlctJm ntll ntllI
1 Nicholas 14000 ooO 2 Phillips UOOO UOOOI 4000 4000I
I Sanderson + on 4000 j 4 Walsh MOO 14000Wflsn S SWilson i iWlltJon
Wilson 10000 6 McGushen 4ooo S4OOOHamlock 7 7Hamlock 7Uamlock
Hamlock J4000 UOOOL 8 Lonergan 4000 4000Kelly n nKelly 9Kelly
Kelly 4000 10 Hurrigan 4000 11 Galla Gallagher G Gallaghmr lla llagher ¬
gher Sl 15000 OI 12 Furey S 4000 4 l 100 ISDuffoy l3 bu5oy
4000 14 1 Davis 100015 IiOOO 15 Coleman leman 4000 400016lColrey
16 16lColrey Coffey 1000 17 Boston 4000 SOOOIhe 4000The 40001he
The payments for the San Francieco Gat Gatand Gaand Ga8and
and Electric franchise were ere SiO < 0 to nach Mchof Mchofthe of ofthe
the following supervisors Boxton Loner Lonergan Ionerpn Lonergan ¬
gan Walsh Mamlock Phillips Nicholas NicholasBarrigan iicboiasHarrigan IcbolattHarrigan
Harrigan Kelley ColTey Wilson Gallagher GallagherDufley GallagherDuffey GallagherDuffoy
Dufley Coleman ColemallHeaDaI Ro Itta > a Davis Sanderson
J Furey Fure FureIn
t In connection with the franchise to the theHome theDome theHome
Home Telephony Company the following followingmounts followingamounts followingamounts
amounts were p pjhl id to the noveral supervis supervisors ¬
ors to secure their vote for the franchise franchiseI
I 1 Lonergan n S3 3jM 3 St OO > 2 llarrigan 0000 0A0 3 3Davis 3Davis 3DavLq
Davis 16000 6000 m I Duffpy Sflooo IIM 5 Wilson Wlillon1aOO Wilpion8Si0
3500 0 Phillip S350U 3tO 7 Coleman 35OO 300S
8 Oallagher 10000 9 Mamlock 3500
10 Nicholas 3600 S3tI II Kelley MOOO 1 > 000 12 12Coffoy 11Colfoy 1 1Coffey
Coffey 3500 13 Furoy 3500 J3sooIn 3500In 5fl0 5fl0In
In connection connect Dn with the fight trust RUff Ruefia
ia indicted on the following eighteen eighteencounts elgbteenOCltlJlta eighteenoounte
counts for pnymentB of SM0 500 each to the thefollowing the101l0Ving thefollowing
following Supervisors for their votes to togrant togrant togrant
grant permits rmlt for prizefights to the fight fighttrust fighttrust flghttrut
trust oompoiied oompol1f > d of Willie Britt James W WCoffroth WCotrroth WCofiroth
Coffroth Edde Graney rnney and Morris Levy Levy LevvBoxton LevyBoxton
Boxton Lonefgan Lon1I an Walsh aillh Mamlock Phil Phillips PhnUp PhflLipa ¬
lips Nicholas 1Il1rrl Hurrigan an Kellay McGuahinCofley McGuahinCOney McGuahin McGuahirtCoffey
COney Wilson Gallagher Duffev Cole Coleman Coleman Coleman
man Kca IteaEaas Davis Sanderson and FureyTbo FureyTbo Furey 1ureyI
Tbo Indictments returned last April Aprilagainst Aprilagalnt Aprilagalnat
against T W V Haley local manager of ofthe oftlie ofthe
I the Pacific States < Telephone Company Companypecify CompAnypo Companyspecify
specify po < lry that Kalsey paid 5000 to each eachot eachci
ot f the following ten Supervisors to eecure securetheir eecuretheir eecuretheir
their vote for a franchise to his company companyThffe
Throe payments were made without the aid aidof aidof aidof
of Thief who afterward forced these Su Supervisors SulervlMlrll SuOrVI5OrM ¬
pervisors OrVI5OrM to VOn otH for the Homo Telephone TelephoneCompany TelephoneCom TelephoneCompany
Company Com y thus giving the t1 Pacific States StatesCompany StatesCompany StatesCompany
Company thn dot double ible mbl cross crossThe croMThe croasThe
The followinc are the indictments l ctmntt for forU0
5000 each NiVholas hholas Coleman Coffey CoeyI
Wilson Furevtoxton Furev oxton Walsh Lonergan LonerganPhillip LonerganPbUlIpt LonerganPbIllIpi
I Phillip and jlamlock jlamlockAll JIAm Iam lock lockAll lockAll
All these indictments were returned returnedbefore Tetumcdbefore returnedbeforo
before Superior lijdge h dge Coffey who Sized Jlxedthe flredtho Sizedthe
the baj In Infllctl each cnen at at 5000 in cash or ortwice ortwlexo ortwice
twice that omounf in in bonds With cash cashbail CR14hbalJ cnhbail
bail Ru Ruef f will III havn to put up 323ooo to togo too
go 0 free lreot although the Judge JIIJ e intimated Intlmatcdthat Intlmatcdthathe that thathe thghe
he wMlld bft w willing 1iriitto to accept a N > m a afalr fair amount amountof
of ban hoy tlI 100900forthe I000 for the yhoW hoI lot oJ
indictment indictmentIt S SIi
It is ii apparent np nt fron the th fact that Ruef Ruefwas Ruefwaft Ruefwaa
was tho Ih 9nlY < nly ono indicted aside from fromHainey fromUaIII6Y fromIfauey
Hainey who wh is now in Manila that the theprosecutor theprosecnt theproscutQ
prosecnt prosecutor Q hope to iibo lib < this enormousHUSM enormouspnas enormous
1 HUSM JJA of odictniontB sin a club pyer the thehead thehead theheact
head of Bluef Their purpose according accordingto
to good authority au thor ty It i to force a confection confectionfrom confe confeiaionfrom Hion Hionrom
from rom Ruefjpffenng Rue HlTering him certain immunities immunitiesi
i for his evidence evidenceThose evlcfmooThoMe ivid flee fleeThoae
Those whi have talkedwith tnlktll with Ruefbelleve Ruefbellevebe Uuet Ru f believe believeha
ha wril acceit alCO t any term which will often toftentheproHecutUmas fIOrtenhe oftenIh
theproHecutUmas Ih he prcwecutii lrol6cut n w a thewholesals the wholeeal confijssions mf nfss1onsef l5IlonM l5IlonMof
3 of the mipcrinon have cut the ground groundfrom gronmtfrom groundfrom
from under tt t e bo However lIow et tho pms proanution pmsflution roilll roillloutlon <
nution is Ii mainly malt Ily conrnrnedtrt secure A Um the thoindictment th thindictment theindictment
indictment of iho ho heads of the Urtltnd Rail Railroadt Railroad Railroadi
road nnd of 1 thn gas and telephone lephon com companie companlN coinpanlea
panie but hUtto to n 00 o this thl they must be able to toprove toprovo toprove
prove that tho < bo In hdbrnoney Inibe ibn money won paid paidby by tbe tbecorporations tbecoroomtlon thecororm1nflH
corporations to Buef BuefUnless Ii UII UIIUnl uS uSLnkea
Unless Unl Riiof aanfeiwR Crml this will be an aneitremely ansitremely I ItremeJy
eitremely tremeJy dltficuL thing thln to establish The Theprosecution Thetiori TheproecutIofl
prosecution tiori also deairen to have the way waymade wayI waymade waymade I
made clear for tha annulment of the fran franchise frnuchlse franchise ¬
chise of the United Railroads l which will willbe willbe wiltbe
be the next noxtstep step in the program after tile ttieconviction tlloconvlct1on tileconviction
conviction convictionIt
It I is thid thannubiiont annulment which Is especially especiallydesired c especiallydeeired peclallydeelred
desired by Randolph Spreckela who put putit putup putp
up p 1100000 for this prqteOutlol BprecKelll BprecKelllaa
aa an applicant nr an t1nderground e1ootrlo e1ootrlotranahI electriofranchise
franchise e and would probably have Rot Roti
i it had it not been for thaoppositionof of the tbeUnited the111nltod theUnited
United Railroads RailroadsThe RaUroads1he
The remarkable statement was made madetonight madetoDlgbt madetonight
tonight by 10 one ne closo clt O to the prosecution prosecutionthat t10n t10nthat
that not onootlhaboodling onofthboodlinwould Supervisors Supervisorswould Gu laoill laoillWould
would be tadlotcd < t TnlatnTormaUfsard TnlatnTormaUfsardtfcat Tblr d1matlt eard eardthat
that the Supervisors had been represented representedIf
If by b legal counsel and that they had made modef madetheir
f their statementS only after distinct offers offersof
of immunity bad been made by the prose prosef proeeClitiOn
f outlon ClitiOnThtllmmunlfU cutlonflits
I This ThtllmmunlfU immunittr offer made In legal tqrta tqrtaatop fqrmMoJIA f9rmstops
atop ail indictment and prosecution prosecutionIn
In addition to this leniency It is declared declaredthat d di dedredthat
i that the prosecution prO OCUtion will make m ke no attempt attemptvtcftoust attemptoouat atternptotoust
vtcftoust Mayor HchmLtz or the Supervisors Supervisorst
t 0 from office In fact sot the whole force of oftha ofthe ofthe
> the jro prosecution ecutlon will be directed against againstKuof agalnatEuof againstRue
Rue in order to force the Indictment of ofK athe ofI
K I tha tit beads of the big corporations who are areCCUled areccuaed
I accused of giving Ivln the bribes bribesIt
E It is understood that Patrick Calhoun Calhounr
p Ipresident r r olient of the United RailrodiK dud I1d E EPillsbuT EiiB
4 iiB I PillsbuT of the PadfKTStates Telephone TelephoneCompany Telephoneit TelephoneF
it Company Com lU1y are the chief men whom the pros proscut proeJeoutlon iurosJcutlon
Jeoutlon cut ion desires to Ond evidence against againstWhat aga1 at atr
3 r What thn effect of these thCSOlltop stopaon stops on public publicpinion pubUoplnlon pubiloii
F ii pinion will be It itiE I 1knPM8 knposetbloto > Io to say but butit butilt bu buk
k ilt it ftiesafetodeclarothattIeTewi1lbepbIg ftiesafetodeclarothattIeTewi1lbepbIgrevuLsion U safa to declare decla that there will i be b a I big bigron
revuLsion of public sentiment mlietac and that tht an a aneffort
bfCort ron effort to retain rtf thaMayor teMjlc the Mkyor and Supervisors Supervisorst Suprra SuprraJ
t tfor Ja J i power and to shift IhUt boss bs power e from frm Rust Ruefto RuetI
> to per some Ime other man mn will J call out prtt protests protestst
1 Stt t I that pco pcogramme pcogrammeuII gramme grammeIf will w alarm al tho those it ho have hve made mde this tbiapco t tI thispcogramme
I If tpi
uII i K Xw w Yorkers e to o Rebuild Rebld Austin AtUaubt AuatthiTrkat 1 vrtat Dva DvaAcanx D
4 Acanx AUST Tax Tez March h 20 2T 20The Tho proposition propositionot PpUOD PpUODNe
1 ot a New Ne York construction Cntr0D company coDpl to torebuild t toyebuild
rebuild b the t8 dam d In I the te Colorado Clo River BTe at atplace atP1 atthis
this place P1 at I a cost to t the city citof of 2600000 2600000to
to ba b paid in forty ft c annual a las aliMs s bM bMb i iI
I beers b ea a accepted ao pd by b vote yot of CltotteOj t the people p1 The Te Teg TieI
I Original g dam was wa wept e awsr by a flood floodI tod todla ocd ocdIf
If IKI rear i
I I la w iw wi
WHEN WN STOCKS STOKS SLUMP SLUMPat SLU
at the rate rte of a I million mlon a I minute as asthey asther Uthey
they ther did In ItWaU Wall Street 5teet1st last week its Is Istmt Itatime itstime
time tmt to tt look lok about aot for a nonfluctuat nonfluctuating nonnuctlt ¬
ing 11 1i Investment Tola T Companys CompanysGUARANTEED Compnys CompnysGUARNTEE CompanysGUARANTEED
GUARANTEED GUARNTEE MORTGAGES MORTGAGESnever IORTGAGESnever
never have depreciated deprecated and ad never will willdepreciate w willderec1ate
depreciate in value v lue They Tey yield yeld 4 4per 4per 43 43per >
per cent Interest Iterest tax b free Mortgage MortgageCertlllcates Morgge MorggeCertUcate MoriggcCrtllIcatcs
Certlllcates CertUcate foe tr small s amount amount are areequally areequaly areequally
equally equaly sale sfe and good goodAo 6oodNo goodNo
No investor has ever lost a dollar dollarCapital dollarOfD dollarOflDORAGE
> OfD OflDORAGE tOU G UAEE UAEECpit 1JARffEE o oCapital
Capital Cpit and Surplus Surlu 5000000 5000000U6
176 Broadway Dadwa New Ne York Yor
179 Kentsen Rems St Brooklyn
1 St Drk
350 35 Fulton FlOD SU Sa Jamaica JamaicaBrY6MU Ja JanlIt Jeausicalfl
BrY6MU nlIt lfl tIfi HILL liL f 7V I V SEXITE SEXITEf SEXITECities SEtTECltN SENITECities
Cities CltN Committee COlmlt e iicports It I By a Party PartyVote Paty Patyot PartyVote
Vote ot the Republican Favoring KatorlnffALBANY FavoringALBANY aorn aornALBAY
ALBANY ALBAY March 20 oTho The Blngham Binhm police rotlcebill plc policebiN
bill bi was reported rpore favorably in the Senate Senatetoday Senatetoday Senatetoday
today today by bY tho Cltlm CIte Committee Committe The vote voteIn voteI votein
In I favor of reporting nporl the bill bi which was WI on onstrict ontrlct onstrict
strict party pay lines ll6 Indicates Idlctt that tht it I la I to bo bomode bomade bomade
made a party measure meaum The friends frlendl of tbe tbemeasure tbemeuro themeasure
measure meuro however will wi not relax rela their efforts effortsIn efort
In I its It behalf It U I a matter mter of history that thatbills tbatbUs thatbills
bills bUs that have been be made mae party par measures measuresin meure
in I the post pat have been ben defeated defeatedIn defoat
In 1890 IB when whe Theodore TbEor Roosevelt Rosevelt was wasGovernor wacGovernor wasGovernor
Governor lie le wanted wante tho New ew York police policeforce polce polcefor policeforce
force reformed and a bill for that
for reforme bi tht purpose purposewas pur0e pur0ewa
was wa Introduced Introuco A caucus CRICS of tho Repub Republican Uepub Itepublican ¬
lican len Senators Snator was WI hold holdbut but Senator Cog Coggeshall Cogehall Coggesbali
geshall and ad Wilcox bolted bolte it I and ad the bill billw bi billwas
w Wi was defeated defeatedThere daete defeatedThere
There fber are ar thirtytwo thlrytwo RepublicanSanators RepublicanSanatorsthis PpublfnS Republican Snators Snatorsthisyearso ntl
this thisyearso year so that tht in order cnl r to defeat defet the bill billproviding bi billproviding
providing Yr all al the Democrats Democr13 vote against againstit agint agintIt
it it would v be b nere ne neceaaary pary rr to get Ret Hoven HovenRepublican Mven MvenRpublc ivonRepublkmn
Republican Rpublc vote voo This hls wouldnt bo b so sohard 1 sobard
hard hr as a one might think Senator Senaor Wlrx Wlrxwho Wilcox Wilcoxwho Viieoxwho
who opposed oPPd the Roosevelt RQfvelt police poli bill bi In int89
1899 is a still t I in the Senate Snle but it Is II doubt doubtful doubtfu doubttnt ¬
tnt fu If I all al of the Democrats Dmorat will wi vote voteapRinst votoa voteagainst
against a lnst the th bill billThe bi billThe
The Assembly pa8e passed < today tday Assemblyman Assembly 8omblyman ¬
man Prentices Prntcol bill bi providing Ilrovldng for a fourth fouh fourthput
deputy put police polce commissioner comlMlonerln in New ew York YorkI
Tha Te deputy I lie bill also ns permits pits the Board Bod of Estimate Estimateto Estimae Estimaet
to t increase inoree the salaries of the Commls Corumi8ioner Corumi8ionerand ionur ionurand
and his h deputies deputiesDETECTIVES dpute dputeD deputiesDETECTIVES se
DETECTIVES D TECTnFS SAY THEYLL SUE SUEMen S SlUm SUEMen
Men Aerated enrd by the Rev ItevMr Mr Ir Beattle Bratto e Deny DenyTrain DmyTruU DenyTruth
Train TruU of Ills Jll IU Statements StatementsBorauso Staterfnll Staterfnll4UtO StatementBecause
Because 4UtO of the th accusations IccUtlon made mde against againstthem alnlns alnlnstbem againstthem
them by the Rev Rv L W Benttie Dntie in his hlf talk talkbefore talkbefor talkbefore
before befor the Senate Snt Cities 11188 Committee in favor favorcf faor faorot
cf Ccmmlsslonsr Ccmmlionw Binghums Binghms police pJlc bill billDetective bi billDetective
Detective Dtetve Sergeants Srgnta Thomas Thomf Munday Mudy and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John J Fogarty Fogry said yesterday osterdy that tht they theyInttyid theyIntd theytntnd
Inttyid Intd to Institute Intltute a civil cvi action acion Before Beforea Dfor
a member membr of the Police Follr Department Dprment can canbring cn cnhrng canbring
bring hrng a civil cviult suit he has hs to receive rcive the tb con consent oonscnt eonsent ¬
sent of the Commissioner Cmmlioner r and it is I likely likelythat lkely lkelythat likelythat
that Gen Bingham Bnghm will wi look Jok into the tht charge chargethe chrg chargesthe
the clergyman cergmn made mde against aginst Forgarty Forgny and andMunday and1lundy andMunday
Munday 1lundy before befor permitting pnnlttlng them to sue sueCommleaioner fUe fUeComMloner sueCommiMioner
Commleaioner ComMloner Bingham Binghm wouldnt discuss discusstbe dscu discussthe
the affair yesterday yetery but It was wal hinted hinte that tot
be believed beleved tbe Rev Rv Mr Beattie Bttie had hd some eomegrounds Ime Imegolwd somegrounds
grounds golwd for his accusations el el6 else o he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have hvo gone to Albany Abny and opened opned up on onthe onthe onthe
the two sleuths Ieuth as al he b did Munday Mudy and andFogarty andFogry andFogarty
Fogarty denied dened yesterday esteray that they ever everhad everhd everhad
Fogry had hd stood lltd in with crooks crook or on any deal dealand del deland dealand
and both declared declard they will wi demand demnd an anInvestigation anInvetlgtlon aninvestigation
Investigation even If the Commissioner Commissionerrefuses Comml8sionerrefls Commissionerrefuses
I
refuses Invetlgtlon refls to permit them thm to bring brng suit They Theyhave They Theyhavo
have hvo good god prt records roorln in the department deprment and andhave andhve andhave
have hve made md some som important Imprtant captures since sincethey sinc sincethey
they Bureau BureauFogarty thy Buru BuruFogary BureauFogarty have hve been ben attached atached to tee to Detective DetectiveBureau Dtetive DtetiveBuru DetectiveBureau
Fogarty Fogary caught C Ult Bill Di Mason and ad his hs burglar burglarbaud burlar burlarbnpd burglarband
baud for or which he was ae made mde a detective detectiveeergeant dtetive dtetivelrgntelgbt detectivesergeanteight
eergeant lrgntelgbt sergeanteight eight years yor ago He and Munday Iudy
broke up I a gang of wire tappers and nd sent senttho sentthe nt ntth
the th ringleaders ringledr to prison tppi after they they had hadfleeced hd hd6teN badfleeced
fleeced 6teN a guest Ilt of the pon Fifth Avenue Avenu Hotel Hotelout Hotl Hotlout Hotelout
out of SO 50000 Inspector Inptor McLaughlin IcLughln ru ruga r regards ¬
ga gards rds them as a good men menThe mn mnTh menThe
The Th Rev Rv Mr r seattle Btte told the members membersof mmbre mmbreor
of tho Senate Snt titles Committee Commtte that tht two twodetectives twodetetlvl twodetectives
detectives detetlvl went out of their way to convict convictof
of larceny a man mn whom he believed beleed to bo boinnocent b beinnocent
innocent In nt while whie they were wcr ecjufilly e uly an 3f strenu strenuous strenhlous trnu trnuous ¬
ous in trying trig to have discharged duchargd from fromcustody fromcutdy fromcustody
custody cutdy a prisoner whom the th minister ministerthought ministr ministrtbouglt ministerthought
thought tbouglt to be guilty gulty of the theft theftcnn thoft4DIlODACK theft4DIBOXDACK
4DIlODACK 4DIBOXDACK cnn Gnn HERTG HERTGAssemblyman I1EtRIGAelmblman IIEIRINCAssembinan
Assemblyman Aelmblman Mfsrltt rt Admits Admis lie lt IU IUFinancial la a aFaclal aFinancial
Financial Faclal Interest Interlt In the Matter MatterALBANY latterAL3ANT aUnALANY
ALBANY ALANY March lrh M ZThe 0Tbe The representatives representativesof rprsntatives rprsntativesof
of the New York Board Boar of Trade and Trans Transportation Transporton Transportation ¬
portation porton the Merchants Association Alatoo and andvarious an andvarious
various other bodies boiell and tho Association Associationfor A olton oltonfor
for tbe Preservation Prtion of the Adirondacks Adirondacksappeared Adirndack dIrondaeksappeared
appeared today tlcy before beor the Judiciary Judicir Com Committee Commltf Cornmittee ¬
npp mittee mltf of the thf two houses at the joint heir heiringonthoOXeilMerritt her herIngoDtho hearingoutho
ingonthoOXeilMerritt IngoDtho OSel ONeilMerritt lerrit water storage con constitutional conattutonl constitutional ¬
stitutional attutonl amendment amndment in favor of the theAdirondack theArlrondo theAdirondack
Adirondack Arlrondo power and a paper ppr companies companiesAssemblyman compnes companiesAssemblyman
Assemblyman Asamblyn Merntt marshalled mrahll a big bigforce bigfor bigforce
force for from the tb Adirondacks Adlrondackl consisting conistng of ofconetitutenta ofCIttutcnt ofconatltutcnta
conetitutenta CIttutcnt who told what wht a great gat thing thingit thng thngIi
it would be for the Adirondacks if the
woul w b Adirondcks con constitutional cn cnsdtut conetitutlonal ¬
stitutional sdtut nal amendment tmendment wasadopted wasadoptedAasemblyman wa waa aopted aoptedmblymn adopted adoptedAssembiyman
Aasemblyman mblymn Merritt was asked alee if he hehad hehad hehad
had any interest Inter t in the proposed propo amend amendment aend aendmfnt amendinent ¬
ment mfnt and said Ild saidhe he had hd a financial fnc11 ono onoThe onoThe oneThe
The main address ad In opposition was made madnby md mdby madeby
by John O 1 Agar rM of the Association Altlon for the thePreservation thePrvltlon thePreeervitlon
Preservation Prvltlon of the th Adirondacks Adonck He said saidthat Ild Ildtht saidthat
that tht if the th amendment aendent sought Bugh to develop developtheindustrial developthe developthindustriai
theindustrial the indutrlalltr rt reeourdes ourtes of the State there therewas therewaR therewas
was plenty of hydraulic hdraulc power outside outtde of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Adirondacks Adirondcks for that tbt purpose pupO He Hepicked Heplckeout Hepickedout
plckeout pickedout picked out many mny ambiguous oblgoU features fetuNs of the thebU thebUt
bU bill which showed Ihowe that tht the real rl purpose purON in intended I Intended ¬
tended ded was as covered cverd He sold d the amend amendment amnd amndmen amendmeat ¬
men was faultlessly faultessly drawn dra1 apd ald that tht the tbeman theman theman
man who had b drawn it last year did it I in a ahurry ahur ahurry
hur hurry so R as to t pass it in the dark drk In the thacloning tboclo theclosing
cloning clo ln days of the p eessfoA eessfoAWhile 10 sossiotWhile lof
While Whie Assemblyman ASlmblyan Merritt Mertt says the bill billwill bi billwill
will wi pass the Legislature Lgiltu thlsjrenr this Jer there thereare tber thereare
are ar some lome p doubts doubt because bcU of Oov Hughess Hughessannouncement Hugbeseannouncment Hughessannouncement
announcement announcment that tnt be Is opposed to such suchlegislation lIuchle suchlegislation
le legislation lllaton This amendment oprol does dos not go goo goto goto
to o him but to t the people direct dirct at next nextfall nxt nxtfl nextfall
fall fl election electionO oletlon oletlonO
O 8 W WILL RESIST RESISTSays RESISTSaysit
Says 8 Saysit It Altered Aterffi Its I load Dol at t the te States Re Renoe Ro ReqorEt
noe qot qorEt t and ad Chafcert CrCe Tlhat bat the te Mark Wor Cost CostAt Cot CotA CostAt
At A the te offices ofco oftlcoaof of the New York Ontario Ontarioend Ont OntariodWest
end adWet dWest Western Railroad Rla it was wa said Ild yesterday yesterdayhat yety yetytt
hat tt the company ompay would resist rlt any ay attempt attemptthe
the AttorneyGeneral AttoreyGene might mght make me to t com compel om ompe campal ¬
pal pe It to t pay py back bck the t 117000 110 which whoh the thaJute theStt theState
Jute Stt bid bd paid pd to the road r0d on the authority authorityof authorty authortyot
of the canal cal board ba The Te company compy had hd not cotreceived notrTe notved
received ved AttorneyGeneral At teOer Jacksons Jakons1tt letter lettersut letterbtIt
rTe but seeing ang It In I the to newspapers nowpp took it for forgranted forste forgranted
granted ste that it hod h bean b written wt One of ofhe attbe ofthe
the he officers ofo of the company compy said Id that tt the thacompanys Lbecompy thecompany
company claim cl against ap the te State Stt was wasarfs wupaly waspfcty
pfcty compy > arfs tly legitimate li te The canal cnal board ba had hadtsked h badisked
paly
tsked ake the Lb company ompay to make certain changes changesn
me c cQe
I in n IU rood at atWO Wood Creek Cr The company companylid compay compaydid
did It roa and ad simply got from frm the State what whatt wh
It t cost Olt to do It It was wa the contention contenton of ofhis otthl ofthis
his thl officer omce that tat the State Rtat had hd no more moreright moreraht moreright
right to ask the company to make mak these thesachanges tb tbcgO thesechanges
changes raht without compensating cmpentng cmpy It than tha it itbad Ith itbad
bad cgO h to oak the te Downer wner of a private prnt house housenear boU boUI housenear
I near ne the canal ca to move It without paying payingthe
ha te damages damagesIn dmlM dmlMI pyng pyngte
In regard rgad to the AttorneyGenerals AttorneyGeneralsstatement AttreyOeera
statement ettemont I that Lht the railroad ralod had no title titleto Utleto titleto
to the t canal cal property on which wblol It Its bridge bridgestood brdge brdgeetd bridgestood
stood etd this t officer omo rop said Id the records reord had h not notaaa nC nCb notbeen
been > aaa looked loke up yet yo but ha presumed that thatthe tt ttthe thatthe
the b officers omo of the te road ra knew kw prllme what wh they thaywere tbeywee theywere
were wee doing dole when they tey built bu the bridge bridgeand bridgead bridgeand
and ad toany in ay any event vet possession for fa forty fortyyean fory forywet fortyy
yean y went wet wets a long 10 way pOD In a question qUOtlo of ofiwnarsnlp otonp ofownership
ownership rights The T railroad rad It I was w da daclarad dedared I
dared onp had b det nothing to t conceal onoin In the t trans transaction u transaction c ¬ I
action o IU It n claim tgalnst tha t State Bt1 5 was wasor w wasfQt I Ifo
fQt M or expanses eipec o laoorred at la f removing rm inl the thaTattaT thelbd thelbrVtr
TattaT fo lbrVtr bridrn aargstt aar Wood WoC Creek and ndthe ndtheohanj d the thachanging theca
lbd
changing ohanj of tI fvfjlr tf for damages dalM sus susalaed IUI au aufain
ca tan fain alaed L od d nI In tin tl I I7 ft 9 I n PfZ M aJoo l O of ofd ofL
ANTI ANTIRACllG RACIG DILL BIL BUT DILLCOIXTY HARNG HARNGI HEARING HEARINGOUXTI
COIXTY CONT FMR FtR PEOPLE OBJECT OBJECTTO
I TO 7 A 4 YEARLY YRlI1 JRAXT GlAT GlATDemad Gfl4VTDemand JRAXTDemand
Demand Demad an a Annual ADUa Percentage Pecmta51 of Excise KxcUeor Ice Iceor
or Inheritance Inhrrlance Taxes Tut Before Beo They Te mi miConirnt iviiiConsent 11
Consent to the Repeal Kepa of tho t Percy PercyGray Pucr PercyGray
Gray Gr Racine Dacle IJW lwlltel LawMinisters Allnlftera Militant MilitantALBANY MilitantAtaarry IUtant IUtantMBA
ALBANY MBA Y March Mah JO 2Althougb Although it is I well wolknown wol wellkflWI
known kIOW that unless uleM Gov Hughes sends uda a aspecial aIpca apeciai
special Ipca message melg8 to the Legislature Lgatu urging urgingthe urgnj
the repeal rpal of the PercyGray Pera ry betting betl law lawthere lawthor lawthere
there thor isnt imt a chance chan of that statute lttUt being beingwiped blng blngwipd beingwiped
wiped wipd off 01 tbe books bk this year ye an a ex extended extended extended
tended hearing was wa had today tday on tho Je Jerome Je Jotome ¬
rome rom bills bll The Te Senate Snte chamber chambr was wa fllle flllewith fled fledwth filledwith <
with wth representatives rprsnttvs of the churches anc ancministerial and andmnltrial andministerial
ministerial mnltrial associations ncltlonl who ware wer there ther to tourge Lourgo tourgo
urgo the passage pg of the repeal act ao while whilesitting whie whielttlng whilesitting
sitting lttlng beside bid them were wer farmers faer rep and repre representatives rpr reprosontativets ¬
sentatives sntatves of agricultural agrcuJtu societies Iietle8 who whowanted whowanted whowanted
wanted the law to remain as It is isIt IIl IsIt
rmn
It l has been bn planned plnned to overcome overe the op opposition op opposition ¬
position pltlon of the agricultural agcutul societies Icetlell by bygiving bygving bygiving
giving them an annual State direct ¬
gving annu St4t dirt appro appropriation appr appropriatlon
priation priaton of 12100 210000 for their fairs lare J R RDurkes I UDurke
Durkes of Sandy Sdy Hill president prdt of the State StateAgricultural StateI StateAgricultural
I Agricultural Agrcutul Society Scety informed Infoned the com committee commtt cornmittec ¬
mittee mtt that if the te PercyGray PerGry betting bting law lawwas laww lawwaa
was w repealed r od then some cm other provision provisionmust provison provisonmUt
must mUt be b made mc for the fair fn associations Moctlons BO BOthey I sothey
they would woud not have to relr ri ret upanj uP1 the whimsof whims
of the to Legislature lgatu each ech year yearYou oar oarMYou oarYou
You will wi have to t allot to us U a certain cri per percentage pr prcnt1g percentago ¬
centage cnt1g annually annuly of the excise ex cl or collateral collateralinheritance clatml clatmlInheritanc collateralinheritance
inheritance Inheritanc tax receipts he said ld because becausewe bu buwe
we are ar not going to come cme here hele every evr year yer to toappeal toappal toappeal
appeal appal for our appropriation appropriationSenator approprlaton approprlatonSntor appropriaUonSenator
Senator Sntor Cafisidy CMldy asked Ike Mr Durkes Durke if ifthe i Ifthe
the te fair far associations oclton would w < ld favor the te bill billIf bU billIf
If i they received rie a diroct dltt appropriation appropriationMr apprriton apprritonr
Mr r Durkes Durke said the agricultural aricultura societies societieswould soietie soietiewould societieswould
would wash wa their thei bands hc of the matter mttr but buthe buthe buthe
he could cuJd not be mode me to say I that tht they te would wouldnot wold woldnot wouldnot
not favor the therepeal repeal repel bill bl and ad Senator Sntor Caesidy Caesidyeafd Cldy Cldysaid Cassldysaid
said In Other words wor you ou propose prpo to be babought bebought bebought
bought for 210000 210000Coadjutor 210oooCoadjutor 10o
Coadjutor Cutr Bishop Bahop H W Nelson Neln of the theProtestant theProtetat theProtestant
Protestant Protetat Episcopal Eplopa diocese dioce of Albany Albanythe Alba
the Rev Dr Laldlaw secretary fort of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Federation of Churches Curhe Dr Barnes Barnesof Be
of New ew York city cty representing rprOentln 934 Baptist Baptistchurches Bptt Bpttchurcb Baptistchurches
churches In the State the the1o Rev A S Gregg Greggthe Grgt
the secretary of the National Reform Refon So Society S Society ¬
t etr Nation
ciety who is I i roHponsiblo for all al the te trouble troubleaiui trble trblennd troubleanti
anti Henry lanr C NN light of the te Civic Society Societyof Soolet
of New York city spoke in favor of the bill billThe bi billThe
ct te
The Rev Peter Farrell tarrel of New York repre representing rr reprosentmg ¬
senting lent the Catholic Catholo churches cburhe brought brogh a amessage amlSfo amessage
message mlSfo from frm ArchbUhop rbblbo Fancy Farle asking askingthat lln
that tat the PercyGray PlrOray law be repealed ree and andpaying Id Idfayll andsaying
paying fayll that tat all al Roman Romn Catholics Catolc of New NewYork NewYor NowYork
York Yor city favored favor this tbl action actionMr aion aionIr actionMr
Mr Ir Wright Wrht said sid that tht whllo whlo betting betin could couldnot oouldnot couldhOt
not be stopped stoppe the t e organized ora e system systemthat systm systmtha systemthat
that lived lved on Rambling gambJI could cd be broken brokenup broke
up Bishop Blbop Nelson elon said sd he had h found foundthat foundtha foundthat
that the to county connt fairs in New England Englandwhore Eland Elandwbor Englandwhere
whore wbor he had h been bon were wer demoralizing demoralzi
Dr Barnes Bae said sid that rather rther than t have hve the thenoble tle tlenoble thenoble
noble horse hol responsible Tonlble for gambling gablig he hawould hewould hewould
would see 10 him sacrificed Mlo Mr Ir Gregg Org told toldof toldof toldof
of having visited v lte racetracks rerk and ad of having havingplayed havingplayed havin
played playe sure Ire things thine which won He Hesaid Heaid Besaid
said aid that many clerks ce embeztled bze their theiremployers teir teirer1loyer theirornployero
employers er1loyer money to bet bt on o races r racesI
The I he chief argument argent against agan the te bill bi was wasthat wn wasthat
that by Elbert Elbr Auerbach Auerbch of Now York city
He Mid the poolrooms plm were wer the cause cU of
all al the evils evll eviliof of racetrack ractrack betting bttng te He Hecontended Becontende H Hcontended
contended contende that it was wa impossible Implible to stop stopnetting
netting bttng and that men would woud bet bt no matter matterlow matterhow matterhow
how low many laws there tber were wer on the statute statutetooks ltut statutebooks
books boks to atop stp It He said that men who whobet whobt whobet
bt bet on races ros could culd afford to t do so 8 MrAuerbh MrAuerbach Mr MrAuerbach
Auerbach Auerbh said Id that the repeal of the Percy Per
Gray betting bting law lw would rep close cOM the te racetracks racetracksand rtraks rtraksand roetraeksand
and end the breeding brin business bUllnCl in this tbl State StateDistrict Stt StateDistrict
District Attorney Jeromes letter was wasread WI wasread
read rd to the committee oommlte by Senator Mtor Agnew Agnewand Agew Agewad Agnewand
and ad the members membI8 who remembered rememored the theDistrict thoDstrct theDistrict
Dstrct District Attorneys Atomys efforts erorts to get gt the Can Canleld Canfeld Canfield
field feld bill bi out of committee commit breathed brthed easy easywhen euywben easywhen
when Informed Informe he could not be b present presentLetters prntLttt presentLetters
Lttt Letters were road rd from Chancellor Caolor Day of ofSyracuse otSyae ofSyracuse
Syae Syracuse University and President Prldent A V Vv YY VV
Y v Raymond Rymond of Union Pnon University Unvereityln In favor favorof
of the bill billKELSEY bil bilKLSE1 billKELSEY
KELSEY KLSE1 TO APPEAR TODAY TODAYWill TODnO
Will O T Try to Justify UU IIli Administration 111 Admltrton of ofthe orIhe ofthe
the Insurance Isurance Department DepartmentALBANY Dlutmt DlutmtALBANY DepartmentALDANY
ALBANY March lch 20 2tte 20State State Superintend Superintendent Suprntnd Suprntndent ¬
ent of Insurance Otto Eelsey will ¬
Inlurce Oto Kely wi ap appear apptar appear
pear pear before the te Senate Sente SenateJudiciary Judiciary Judcr Committee Committeelomorrow Cmnte Committeetomorrow
tomorrow tomorow afternoon afteron and begin bgi his hi toad testimony ttl ttlmony toadmony ¬
mony to show that tt Oov Hughes Bu he is in error errorn errorIn errorin
In n stating Itatng he has ha not satisfactorily etlsfactorly die discharged d diecharged ¬
charged charge the duties dutle of the office ofc he holds holdsMr bold holdsMr
Mr l Kelsey will wi be examined exmle by exSu exSuareme exuprme exSupromo
promo prme Court Cout Justice Justlr Edward Edwld Hatch Htb of ofSow ofNew ofNew
New York city cty Under his hil questioning quelltonn
It is i to be b shown that Mr 1lr Kelsey Kelcy has hA per performed performed ¬
forme formed a magnitude magntude of business bUlne and pr prforme that thatie tbathe thathe
he ie protected protctd the business bUln6 interests Intertl of the theState theState theState
State in the San Francisco Fmncillo fire fe disaster disasterThe dlter dlterTho disasterThe
The committee commite has not no yet determined determinedwhether dtrmned dtrmnedwhether determinedwhether
whether it will wi permit witnesses wltn to be ex examined e eamlne cxamined ¬
amined amlne but it is to be presumed preumed it will willIf wl willIf
If I witnesses wlnr are allowed alowe then the presi presidents pre predents presidents ¬
dents of many fire fre insurance inuranc companies companiesas
as a well wel as editor etol of insurance Illranco papers compne will willtell wl willtell
tell tel what Mr l Kelsey Kely did to t protect protNt ppere the thepolicyholdera thepoUcholdel thepolicyholders
poUcholdel policyholders In I the te event eent of witnesses wltnesl wltneslbing witnessesbeing
bing being sworn Bwor exAttorneyGeneral exAtorneyGenerl exAt Julius JuliusM
M L Slayer his former foner Deputy Attorney Attorey
General GeneralDanorth Danforth Danorth E Ainsworth Alnlworb Ainsworthwtli will wl testify testifythat tc testifythat tlfy tlfythat
that Gov Higgins advised advld Mr ll Kelsey to toretain toretn toretain
retain retn both bth Hunter and ad Vanderpoel VanderpoelTICKET Vanderpol VanderpolTICKET VanderpoeiTICKET
TICKET SPECULATORS SPECULATORS FIGHT FIOIITBUI FIHT FIHTOU
BUI OU to Abolish Aboilb Their Trr Traffic Tmo Reported Rport Fa Favorably Fa Paorabiy ¬
vorably to the State Senate SenateALBANT SenateALBANT I
ALBANT AA March 20 2Th oThe The Senate Snte Codes CodesCommittee Cod CodesCommittee
Committee Commite reported Jpore favorably today tody after aftera afer afera
a hearing hering Senator Sntor Saxes S e bill bl putting puttng theat theatrical thet theatilcal ¬
rical ticket speculators in New York
rc tcleet spclaor dty oltyout dtyout dtyout
out of business bUllne Charles Chlf E Burnham Burnhammanager BJmhm BJmhmmnger B3rnharnmanager
manager mnger of Wallacks Walacks Theatre Thetre and presi president pri pridet peaident ¬
dent det of the te Theatrical Tletrl l Managers 1laKer Associa Association Auc Association ¬
tion ton Frederick Freerick D Debenirl Debmri of the Mer Merchants Morchants Ierchants ¬
chants Association Allto and John C Coleman Coleroonof Colema
of the West W6t End Association Aciaton appeared in infavor infavor
favor of the th bill billThere bl billThere appred I
There Thre were about abolt a dozen ticket specu specuatora speculators
atora present presentMr prtnt prtntMr presentMr sp
Mr Burnham asked If the
Dmbm was wa aake theatres tbetl
didnt have hve ticket speculators llplatre of their own ownon ownon ownon
on tho sidewalks lidewalel in front of the theatres theatresWhr thetr theatresWhy
MWy Why yes some Bore of them do he an answered anewer answered ¬
swered sweredWhy sweredWhy
ewer Why do they do that tht he hE was wallukj asked
Well Welt you see sect these other speculators speculatorswere
were wer there getting gettrg higher prices lplatorl lplatorlwer than thancould thancould
could ba b secured lum at tbe box office ofoe lno so thn thncould they
thought It the outside otlde speculators laLol could
do that tat they the could ould too But you u pass the
bill bl abolishing alshing speculators lplator and ad the Lie ps man managers mn mnae managers ¬
agers ae will atop ap It ItNATIONA ttNATIONAL ItXATIOXAL
NATIONAL NATIONA GUARD INQUIRY rXQUIRYOov 11UBY 11UBYG
coy G Haute 8 Say y He Has Ha Not Chanced ChDe His HisViews Hi illsViews
Views Iel as to t InvestIgation taTesUgaUonALaunr rTmUpUo InvestIgationAiat
ALaunr A Aiat March Mrh 30 In I view of the op opposition opeItIon ¬
position ton which whoh developed dvlopd in the th Sonata Snt SenateYiaance op
rnanc Finance Committee Commto hearing hrinc yesterday ytery to toreporting torepring toreporting
reporting repring the Walnwright Wainwgh bill bi providing providingor prld
for or an investigation Investpton of the th National Natonl Guard
Gov Hughes HugbO tonight tnl ht wan asked if be ourf still It
thought that tbt such an investigation was I
desirable deirblo The Te Governor Gveror Invetlgtlon said be had hd not notchanged notchngd notchangedhia
changed chngd changedhia his h position plton in favor tavorofthe of the th measure measureYour meu meuc measureEl
c El Your Yourprinter printer if ifhe he is a good goodone goo goodone
one has hs a stock of ofOld ofOld ofOld
Old Hampshire Bond Bondconstantly Bnd BndL4 Bondtx4sr
L4 tx4sr 4 WlwHrJ WlwHrJcnstnty Waler Jfarh Jfarhconstantly
constantly cnstnty on hand He has hasour hasour hasour
our sample book showing the
14 colors even if ifhe he is only an anordinary anordinar anordinary
ordinary ordinar printer printerC prnterAsk
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WHO STUFFED BALLOT B4Ll01 BOX BOXResult noxloh BOXResult
loh Result ult After A1 All Al Night IVrancle IVrancleof 1ransI8 1ransI8or
of Glen Gm Rldxa R1 School bool Toten TotenX YstarsMorgcl4z ote
MOCRN Morgcl4z X J Maroh Mrob 30 30A A nohoo nohoomooting 1101 1101motig sohoolmneoting
mooting motig held In the tt borough bogh of Glon Oon Ridge Ridgolast Idg Ridgelast
last lt night nght voted Tt on a proposition propolton advanced advancedby Bvancd Bvancdby
by the board b to Isaua u 133000 O In bonds bn for the tboerection tb tbo therectloa
erection o ton of ax a now IW wing wng containing ontalnnl four fourrooms fou fourrooms
rooms ro and Id a I laboratory labndory to the the present prosenlschool prlnt presentschool
school Ihl building buldig Assembly embly lull hal whore whoretha whor whorethe
the meeting metI took place pl woe WI pocked pake with withvoters wIh wIhToterl withvot5rs
voters Toterl Including Icludln about nOut 100 10 women womn who had liadbraved hadbrve hadbraved
braved brve the storm It I wannfter wal nCer B oclock oclockwhan oolok oolokwbe oclockwhen
when wbe tha th meeting metl was wl opened opO by Charlos CharlesE
E Hlnriotu Ulnroh Several er voters votr rose roeto to speak speakEdmund spak spakEuD speakEdmund
Edmund EuD A Smith an old settler Miior declared declaredthat del declaredthat
that tbt it would woud be b wiser w to convert oonnr the big bigassembly biga bigassembly
assembly a mbly room rom into classroom ol9OII than th to tospend tospn tospend
spend spn 198000 ISo to build buld a new nw addition aditon to the thebuilding thebuJldng thebuilding
building buJldng Ho said d Too To Toomuch much muh space Ip in I this thisschool thl thlebolla thisschool
school ebolla Is i given Ilv6 up to social functions fuo It Is Isreally IIrlly isroafly
really a dance dnc hall i with a school Bhool attached attachedMayor attobe attaobodMayor
Mayor lyr Lockwood Lkod defended dend the custom customof ostom ostomof
of using tho room for social ¬
Wng assembly rm sal pur purposes purpe purposes
poses pe and ad asked kd where who the citizens cUznl could couldmeet cud cudmet couldmeet
meet met in Glen Oen Rldgo Rldg if I not in the school schoolbuilding Icbool Icboolbudng schoolbuilding
building budng He asked aked What Wat did we come cometo oometo cometo
to Glen Ridge Rldj for forA forlA forA
A B Hunt Hut asked ak MWy Why dont dnt we do as asthey a asthey
they the do In New Ne York York where wher they use U all allavailable a allavailable
available rooms roomsAt avalable rms roomsAt space epeo in school Icho buildings buidng for class classrooms cl classrooms
At length when every ev eveI7body body by was 11 exhausted exhaustedfrom exausted exaustedfrom exhaustedfrom
from speaking Plng or Ikttaning litnng tbe voters votersformed voterefored votersformed
formed fored In line lie and ad balloting blotng was wa begun begunIt bgu
It was WI nearly 1 oclocv oclo this thi morning mrg when whentha wbentb whenthe
the ballots blot were wer all a counted ounted The result resultshowed rult rultIbowed resultshowed
showed Ibowed that 270 27 votes Tots had been bn coat ot Of Ofthese OfthOI Ofthese
these thOI 137 13 were wer in favor favo of the school Ihol boards boardsproposition brs brspropston boardeproposition
proposition propston and 133 13 against aganft it f giving an anapparent anapprnt anapparent
apparent majority maority of 3 for the school shool gvng board boardThe br boardThe
apprnt
The victorious vlorlou faction falon were wer just about aboutto abut abutto
to cboer chrwhn cboerwhen when one on of the t tellers telere discovered discoveredthat dlver
that while 270 votes vot had hd boon bn cost ct only onlySOU onlyZt oni oni25U
SOU Zt names namC were wer on the list lst of voters votl and andthat andthat an anthat
that four ballots blots had h been ben cast mt in excess exO of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legal number numberThat numbr numbrTht numberThat
That Tht queers quO the whole business bulne Its Itsno I Itsno I
no vote votl shouted shute one of the school hol board boardopponents bord bordi boardopponents
i opponents opponent and ad a further examination examintion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tally tlly list lst and ballots 01013 confirmed oonfired this thisFormer ths thisFormer
I Former Assemblyman AUblyman Hampden Hmpden L John Johnstone Joh Johnstone
stone assessor IM8r of the te borough entered enteredformal enteredformal
entere
formal fonal protest prtO against aallt the vote William WilliamFord Wllam WllamFor WilliamFord
Ford For Upson president prMlden of the th school lobol board boardexplained bo boardexplained
explained explaned that tht they had hd recommended rmende what whattbey whatthey h
they thought to be b best bt for the borough boroughHo brgh brghHe
Ho did not say ey what wht further furhe action acion would wouldbetaken wouldb wouldbe
b be betaken betakenGlen taken talumGlen takenGlen
Glen Ridge today tcy is I asking akin Who wWbothe Wo stuffed stuffedthe lte
the ballot blot box boxSAM boxSAU boxS14M
SAM HAD AXOTliEi AXOTliEiSo AlOTllr rIFE IrFESo rIFESo
So Leanalladschnck Lana Leans naduhuoi itadichueks Romance Koma Romaneoflss Was Broken Brokenfp BrokmCp BrokenUp
fp Dramatically DramaticallyLeana Draadeal DraadealL DranlaucailyLeana
Leana L Hadcchuok llhuok was wa not n married maied last lastnight lutnlgbt lastnight
night and ad andwhen when the police plcloko polioslockod locked up Samuel SamuelWachman Smuel SmuelWamn SamuelWacbman
Wachman Wamn who was just JW about to be become beoome become ¬
come her husband hband there t was no charge chargeof chg I
of bigamy registered nlte against aRalt him for that thatreason thatrean thatreason
reason rean There Thr were wer two hundred hun or more moreguests moreg9ta moreguests
g9ta guests at a the te Metropolitan Metroplitan Hal at 248 248Cldridga 26 26Eddge 2s 2sEldrldgn
Cldridga Eddge street strt who had hd a chance chanc to t be beangry beag beangry
angry ag because bU it It all a happened happne before befor tho thosupper thosuppr thesupper
supper suppr was eaten eatenWaohman eatnWaohman eatenWaohman
Waohman is f a tailor tlor who liven IVe at a 139 139Sssex 19 19Ex I3 I3Essex
Sssex Ex street stt and a Leana L has h been bl living livingwith livingwth livingwith
with h Uncle Moftes M at 188 Suffolk
wth hQ < v a 11 8uolk street streetSamuel stt streetSamuel
Samuel Suoll2 U i 23 and an Leana Ln is 22 Moses Mo learned learnedbat leed leedthat learnedthat
that the young man m had h been ben married marriedIn
In n Russia Rull a long time ago and a heard hed that tht
there had h been bn a I divorce divorc And so the theriends thofrlendgatbe thefriends
friends frlendgatbe gathered last ILt night In the tb hall hal hired hiredor hire hiredfor
for or the occasion occasionThere occasionThere
te oon oonTber
There Tber was wa a sound lIoud of footsteps at the thedoor thedor thedoor
door dor just Jut as a the te rabbi was wa about abut to begin beginA bg
A tall tal mnn accompanied by a short woman womancarrying womancaring womancarrying
carrying caring a baby bby in her arms all entered enteredSam entred entredMSm enteredSam
MSm Sam Sam Sm cried ored the te woman with the thebaby thebaby thebaby
baby would you have fooled foold that Inno Innocent Innocnt lanacent ¬
cent cnt glrlf glrlfit
centIt the it I trembling trembln JlrU JlrUI s all al a mistake mil girl girlI tak Leana Lan said Sam Sm to tohe tothe I Ithe
I have hve a warrant warrat here for you sold the thetall thetall
tall 11 man charging chargng you with fould abandon abandonment abandonmerit ¬ I
ment This woman womn got it today from fromMagistrate fruU rout routMgistrato
Magistrate Baker Baer in the te Eosex Fex Market Marketcourt Marketcourt Iarkocur
court cur I am an officer ofcr of the court courtOver courtOver courtOver
Over in the te Eldridge Edrdge street Itretlatonhous station house housewhere housewhere
where Sam Sm was taken the woman with wih the theaby thebaby thebaby
baby > said that she had ha been bn married to toamuel wSuel toSamuel
Samuel Suel > in Russia HUII He deserted de8rted her She Sheearned Shelomed Shelearned
earned lomed of him through friends trenJI some time timeafterward timeafternrd timeafterward
afterward afternrd and aur followed folowod him himELMER himElJIER himEiEIf
ELMER T Z nitlSKlE nl K1E SHOT SHOTVengeful ShOTVengelut IT ITfn5erul
Vengeful Italian ialan Puts Pts Ilultrt Into Young VountMan Vons VonsIa YoungMans
Man Ia Shoulder Shonder and Flee FleePasquale Fr fleesPasquale
Pasquale Vlolo who formerly worked workedfor
for or the Empire Biscuit lcuit Company at 41 Wash Waihngton Wuh WuhIngn Washington
ngton Ingn avenue Brooklyn entered the office officereoterdayand ofc omcoyeeterdayand
reoterdayand yetrdyand saying yig to ElmerT Zabriskie Zabriskiehe Zbrllele Zbrlleletbe
he general manager marge You discharged dichrged me meand meand meand
and you must pay for it fired fre a revolver revolverat
at Mr Ir Zabrinkie Zbriskie py The bullet buet passed through throughits throughblleft
its blleft left hand hnd and went into his hi Pe left le shoulder shouldertie
He fell fel and the Italian Italin ran out outof of the build buUcing buUdIng buildlag
lag ng He le was wa not caught cught Mr 31 Zabriskie Zabriskiewas Zbrislele ZbrisleleW8
removed the Cumberland
was W8 remove to Street StreetHospital 8tre StreetUoepiral
Hospital HospitalVlolo Hcpltl
Vlolo had worked worleec for the company some sometime sometime I Itime
time One of his hi hands hnd was wa compny injured injue soy several leveral soyoral ¬
eral months ago When he reported reprted for forwork forworle forwork
work a lighter lihter job was wa given to him He Hetot le legot Hogot
got less le money and an protested proteted so often that thAtbe thathe
be 10 was WI discharged dischargedMr dlchlgd dlchlgdMr
Mr Zabriskie Zabrllde Is I 28 years 1M old and Is I a anember amember amember
member of an old New Jersey family famiv His Histome HI Hishome
home tome is i at Tonally N J and he also has hasquarters h hasquarters
quarters at the th Crescent Crl nt Athletic Athleto aso Club Cub of ofBrooklyn ofBroklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn His 1s brother George A Zabrlakio Zabrlakioof Zabrlklo Zabrlkloof
of Tonally la I president of the thl company companyOIL cmpny cmpnyOIL companyOIL
OIL TRUST CASE EVIDENCE EVIIECERecords lWlJECE lWlJECEKNon EVIDENCERecords
Records KNon Introduced Introduce to t Show Shipments Shipent of ofIrulUldnal orInhldual ofInditiduSi
IrulUldnal Inhldual Can CanCHICAGO Ca CaCHICOO CarlCnxcaoo
CHICAGO CHICOO March Marh 20 2Dltric 0Diattict District Attorney AttoreySlm AttorneySims
Sims Slm completed today before btor Judge JudgeHindis JudgeLndi JudgeLandis
Hindis Lndi the Introduction of the car records recordsrom rcor recordsfrom
from rom Chappelle Chpple HI I which whih ore ar alleged alegd to toshow toIbow toshow
show the routing routn and transit trnlt of 1003 1Q tank tankoars tnle tnleor tankears
oars or of oil 01 sent Int to St Louis Lu by way of East Eastit Est EstSt EastSt
St it Louis from the Standards
LuJ frm th Stndr plant at atWhiting atWhiing atWhiting
Whiting WhitingTbe Whiing
The Government contends contend these th are tbe tbeshipments tbeIhlpment theshipments
shipments on which the th Standard Stndr received receivedan recived recivedan
an illegal Ilgal rate rat of six s cents cnt a hundred hundredxmndfl hudrd hudrdpund hundredpounds
pounds pund Inotend Infd of 0111 If cents cnntsJ cmtl
J J R Hockett chief clerk of the Altons Altonscar Altonsc
car c record rd department depament read each eh entry entryo
rr re entr
to o the jury Jur The defence defenc took tk exception exoeptlono excpton excptonto
to o some lome of the testimony tetmony on the ground aroundthat groundthat
that the records rra were wer Imperfect ImperfectAt Imperet ImperetA
At A t the close of the afternoon conductors conductorsand
cO t aton
and ad others were put on tbo stand lt conuctOI to give giveestlniony givetetmony givetestimony
testimony tetmony tending tendin to prove that the Alton Altonurned
turned tre theee Lhee cars C over to the Wiggins W gl Ferry Fe
Company Compa to be delivered delvere in I St Li LiBs Louis LouisDig LouisDig
Dig Bs FIB Ps Iron Io Deal Closed ClosedPITTSBCRO CoM CoMPITIBUlO ClosedPirrsnwio
PITTSBCRO PITIBUlO March Mar 20 i0The The largest lrgest pig pigron
Iron ron deal In months montl was closed dol today todaywhen tday tdaywbe todaywhen
when wbe the th Cambria Cbr Steel Stl Company Compy owned ownedDrincipally o1ed o1edpncpaly ownedprindpduy
Drincipally pncpaly by the te Pennsylvania Pennalnna Railroad RailroadCompany R1ad allroadCompany
Cmpy Company closed clo for 36000 30 tons ton of bessemer bessemerpig blmer blmerpig
pig to be b delivered davlr in the second Ind quarter quarterof qur qurof
of the th present prn year yer The T pete prc agreed agreedon ared aredon
on was wa 123 12 Z2 a ton tn The Cherry Cher Valley Valy Iron IronCompany IronCmpy IronCompany
Company Cmpy with works work atLeetonla atLtonlat Ohio Ohioappears Oho Ohoap Ohioappears
appears ap ar as a seller ler on the contract oontr but ut W WJ WP WP
P J Snyder Snydr it I 1s I understood undert will wl furnish furnishthe fullh fullhte
the te greater grter part p of the iron ironBills IronBU ironhula
Bills BU Signed 8e by Coy G Hngne HngneALBANY Hnle HngbeAzacz
ALBANY ALo1T March Mrh 20 2OT 20Oov Oov Hughes Buge has hassigned b hassigned
signed age these thee bills billsMr blUaM biUsMr
Mr M Duells increasing Incenl the te amount amont of ofonds otbonds ofbonds
bonds > which Mount Vernon Venon may issue le for forstreet loret forstreet
street et improvements Iproveenta from fm fflOooo 1000 to 110 100000 100000and 100000and 000 000a
and a the amount aount which may my ba issued in inany inay Inany
any one year ye from 120000 12 20 0 000 to 14000 14000I 10000 10000Mr 40000Mr
I ay Mr M Northrups orP authorizing autborlzn the estab estabIshment Ntb Ntblahet catablishment
Ishment lahet of a curfew Or w law lw in Poughkeepsle PoughkeepsleAlbany Poghkep PoghkepAblJ PoughkeepsleMbany
Albany AblJ Cheap Ceap Has Bill Bi Passes PUe Senate SenateALBANT SenateALDANT mat
ALBANT Maroh Maoh 20 2The 20The Tha Senate Bent passed passedSenator pue passedBenat
Senator Sentr r GratUns Grtt bill bi radudngtha ruolte price prloaof pr
of of1 gu in Albany Alby from f 110 190 to II 1 The Te Senate Sent
Miscellaneous MIIII Corporations Crrtion Committee Comit bad badamended ba badamended
amended an the te bill so 1 that tt It I provided prd for or
113 120 gas for faDn fornezt next year and 110 5110Baaator thereatsar r
Baaator Sena OraMoa O had b y the a bill rest restatiglaal restored t oLtts oLttsse1focmIndpaase4toda7b7
8 atiglaal se1focmIndpaase4toda7b7 form for and d passed todar tr Ir by byof7t 1 r
of7t o 1 < 7 p b art
EQUAL PAY FOR THE WOMEN WOMEHIMPORT WOMENIIGOhlOtR
1 IIGOhlOtR lW 11 r IMPORT lllOnr o l THE THETEACHERS TIlETE4CIIEI1S IE IETr4CIUW
HILL HILLThe luLlTue
TEACHERS Tr4CIUW 111 111TIP
The TIP Measure a oinpromUeli < ompromlll Vllo tl1ois 101 101nMU a arinssuleatlou aIiasUleatloit
rinssuleatlou nMU aUon of Teachers Traehel and Their TheirNork ThrlrorkSew TheirWorkNow
Nork orkSew New York or Board Uan of Education Educationmartini lueaUQI lueaUQIlamld EducatioiilIlamsd
martini lamld for IXeclwl falrt In Ualary alar Matters MattersAUUNY tlattcrstLiiMY atet atetLUANY
AUUNY LUANY March 30 2Tbo QTbo The Senate Hnlte Cities CitiesCommitteo CIIM CIIMCommlue CitiesCommittee
Committee Commlue reported favorably today tody todycomprml a acoinpromlke acompromise
rpor
compromise school chol teachers teachel salary Ilr bill billfor blUfor billfor
for Now York olty In reporting reJrl the bill billthe bi billthe
the committee issued IIue a statement tatlnt saying sayingThe MylngTbt sayingThe
The Tbt committee committ beg bgl leave lovl to teport teportthat reporttht teportthat
that tht In iu ie opinion the provisions provl oD of the theGreater tbeGrter theGreater
Greater Grter New IW York Charter Chrr in relation relationto relton reltonto
to tbe calories la1ea of the th member membrl of the th super supervising lupr luprvfl supervising ¬
vising vfl and ald teachers teaober staff stai of the public publicschools publo publoIbl publicschools
schools Ibl of the th olty of New York need n re revUlon revlon revision
vision vlon The committee comltLe believes belvea that tht the tbeBoard theBorel theBoard
Board Borel of Education Eucton of the city of New XewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York Is I subject to just criticism ctcsm for it itfailure It its itsfailure
failure taiure to justly and a equitably eutbl compensate compensatea compnt
a numerous portion porion of the th teaching tohng tohngot staff staffof staffof
of the public schools eboll of that tht city ot Nor Noris I II
is I It an answer to say ly that it did di not have havetbe hv havethe
the th necessary nBr money mon for the th Board B of ofEducation ofEduotlon ofEducation
Education Eduotlon has h never to t the knowledge knowledgeof kowlge kowlgeot
of the committee comite offered olfe any suggestion suggestionto auggt1oQ auggt1oQto
to tbe Legislature Lillatur as a to the th need ne of more morefunds morefud moreftincb
funds fud to properly poprly conduct conuc the schools Ihl and andfairly andfaly andfairly
fairly faly compensate compnte the teachers teachersOn IMn IMnMOn
On the other hand hnd the th committee commltl deems deemsit dma dmaIt
it just JUt to say sy that tht the th Board Br of Education Educationhas Fucton Fuctonb
has b undoubtedly undoubtely been ben hampered in Its Itswork Itawork itswork
work by the th provisions proviion of the p ale socalledDavis socalled socalledDavis
Davis law lw in that tht the said Iel Davis Davi law lawcontains 1w 1wconfln lawcontains
contains confln schedules Ihout regulating rgltnl to t a con considerable con considerable ¬ I
siderable sderable extent the th salaries slare to be b paift paifttho paistthe
the teachers Tho committee does p
tcberl comtt do not ex expeot expot oxpeat
peat pot that tht it can c satisfy et y the demands demn of all alltbo al allthe
tbo teachers tcher nor that tht it I can o offer a bill billwhich bi billwhich
which whch will wi in all al respects rpcts meet met its own ownviows ownIows ownviews
views from a theoretical theortcl standpoint etanpolnt but butit butIt butit
it respectfully rlpefuly submits a measure mMur whlcb whlcbIt
it believes beleve to be a great gt step in tho right rightdirection rgbt rgbtdirion rightdirection
direction dirion in that tht it gives give a greater gMter measure measureof me1
of home rule rlo and a full fuller I and a fairer tarr oppor opportunity oppO oppoDturlity ¬
tunity to the Board Br of Education Eduoaton to regu regulate regulate ¬
late lt the conduct of its lt business busneil and rg on onthe onthl onthe
the thl other hand hnd lays lys down dow certain ctn funds fundamental flml fundsmental ¬
mental mentl provisions provltoD which it regards rgdl as asessential I asessential
essential ntlalln in the public publo interest interestTbe In intereatThe rlt rltThe
The bill bi provides provide that tot the th Board B of Edu Education Eu EuoUon Education ¬
cation oUon shall shl have hve the th power to fix salaries salariesof
of all al members mem of the pwe supervising apelslg aae and andteaching ad adtecng antiteaching
teaching tecng staff 1t This is the present prt law lawrestricted l lawrestricted
restricted retrlced by the th requirements rulet of certain certainminimum crin crinminum certainminimum
minimum minum salaries lae and by provisions provlelon for fordefinite fordefnite fordefInite
definite defnite annual increases increasesThat Inc increasesThat
That in fixing fxlnl theee th6e salaries slarie the te Board Bd of
Education Euoton shall ebal take into Ito consideration considerationmerit oonldeaton oonldeatonmolt
merit molt grade of class cla taught sex of dos dosaught c clan
taught order orer of school order orer refers refel to also alsoof slal alsoof
of school ICool and ad sex lX sexof of school ho1 This Thl Thisgive gives glv8 op opporunity opportuntty
portunity to recognize ability abUltyad and service In Inesponsiblo Inreeponalble Inresponsible
responsible places plal and allows alowa such ero division divisionnto dlvilO
Into groups that tht the amount of money moneyavailable moneyavailable moneyavailable
available four mills miion on each ech dollar dolar of tax taxable tx txable taxable
able cally c 1 y property propry can Cn an be b administered adlnletere economi economically enml enmlc economieally ¬
That salaries lalariN of principals principa I and assistant assistantrincfpals assistantprincipals llstant
principals > shall sha1 be greater grter than the salaries salariesof larle
of prlnclpl their subordinate 11borlnaN This Thilis is now nowThat nowTbat nowThat
That there tber shall shl be no dlcrinto discrimination discriminationn
In n salary sla on account aont of tbe sex B of the t in incumbent I Incumbect ¬
cumbent cmblnt of any ay place pla This Is now ne and andallows andaloW andallows
allows aloW tbe chief ohef claim clm of the women teachers teachersnamely theI8 theI8namely teacueranamely
namely that tht place plac shall ahl carry cy a certain crin
salary without witout discrimination dlrmlnatou on account accountof acn
of tho sex IX of the incumbent incumbentThat Incmbnt IncmbntTt incumbentIhat
That Tt no salary alar shall shal be b reduced This Thisprotects Tis Tisprototsal Thisprotoctsall
protects prototsal all in their present preent salaries Iare and is isart 18par ispart
par part > art of tbe present preent law lawThat lawThat lawThat
That maximum salaries slarll in the various variousschedules variousschedule
schedules shtdulEshl shall be b reached rahe in at least let vaou twelve twelveearn twelveyPa twelveyears
yPa years earn At prcsant the maximum for most mostAaohers mot motthel mostteachers
teachers thel is reached reched in seventeen years yearsThe yea
The reduction reuction of time tml seems desirable dlsrable in inorder Inordfr Inorder
order that annual increases inerrae may be b such suchn Icb IcbR
n R as to keep desirable dPrable men and women In Inhe InhI Inthe
he hI service ltrvc by granting gntn InceN Increases with withnrreased withInreaee withincreased
increased Inreaee value of the work of the teacher tber
That tbe vaue tax rate for the general school schooland Ihool Ihoolflnd schoolfund
te
and flnd of New ew York city shall sbal genera be not less lessthan leMIhan lessthan
than four fou mills mis This Tis restores retor what once onoewas on oncewas
was wa granted grnted for this purpose purue When the thechange thehonge thechange
change was WW made madf from four mills mUl to three threemills 1r threemills
mills rnls the supposition slpp ton was WI that 100 10 per cent centHSAOMtnent ct ctRlNrln centasseesrnenti
HSAOMtnent RlNrln funds fundsThat fund fundsThat in the city ciy would wOlld give sufficient sufficientfunds suclent suclentfund eucientfunds pr
That at least Itlt 00 0 per cent centof of the general generalfund generalfund generalfund
fund shall sll shallbe be b sat t aside nlde pr for the salaries 8lre of oftho ottht ofthe
the tht members membtr of the supervising supel and a teach teaching tah tahIng teaching ¬
ing force of the regular day sng schools Iclol This Thisin
in to prevent prvlnt revision revllon relar of too to much of the thefund thefund thefund
fund to evening eV llng schools Iholl free frt evening
lectures Ilctun playgrounds playground vacation vacton schools schoolsrecreation 8choolerecrotion schoolsrecreation
recreation recrotion centres cntr Ac c and makes Iakes it It pos possible poeaible ¬
sible to make accurate acuat estimates etmat of PI the thefund te tefund thefund
fund available avalable for the regular rglar school Ihool pur purposes purpftl purposes ¬
poses posesThat
pftl That Tht the board boa of examiners shall shl allow allowcertain alow alowOrtaln allowcertain
certain Ortaln credit crdit for experience eIper exnnel ence in schools schoolsother scbol schoolsother
other than tn tho schools shol of New York ork city cityand cty ctyand
and that such allowed alowe experience expienc shall shallcount shal shaLloount
oount In determining detrmnns the salary of the theteacher tbotacbrr theteacher
teacher tacbrr This Th is the th present lIaay law lawThe lw lwThe lawThe
The law lw is I to go into effect etret on 01 January
1 111 111mPOSE 1808 1808OPPOSE I08OIPOSE
OPPOSE ELEYETII EI1ETl AE 4 1 E BILL BILLClvla nIL1nle DILLile
Clvla Organizations OrranlzaloD Here nee IlereThink Think Thtk Home ome ot Its Itsrrovliloni It ItsProvisions
Provisions Plon Too Liberal Ubeal to Central Cmlal R l R RALBANT RALBAY KALnsty
ALBANT ALBAY March so 2Sentr 0Senator Senator Saxes Sxell bill billproviding bi billprovIding
providing proTldng for the depression of the New NewYork NewY NewYork
York Y rk Central Centrl tracks trck on Eleventh Eleenth avenue avenueNew avnueNew avenueNew
New York city cty wirreported reporte today tody by the theSenate tbeSnte theSenate
Senate Snte Cities Citl6 Committee Coitt for the considers consideration conder ¬
lion of the te Senate Sent The Te bill is I on third thirdreading tblrdrodlng thirdresding
reading in the Senate Sento and Senator Sentor Soxe Soxesays Se Sesye Sazesays
says sye he expects expNtll to have It passed on Monday Mondaynight Mondy Mondynght
night nightThere nght nghtThere nightThere
There is some Ille opposition oppoiton to t tho bill bi cn the thepart thepart thepart
part of New Ne ew York city citizens citzen and they will willask wi willask
ask I a bearing hern on the measure meUre They The say saythat MYtht saythat
that tht the provisions provllon of the th bill bi are ar too t much muchin
in favor of the railroad riroad company companyTravU companyTmvls companyTravis
Travis H Whitney legislative lglsltlve counsel for fortbo forthe fortheCitizene
the theCitizene Citizens Citizen Union Unon said ld today todayI tody I IMl
Ml I examined exained the bill bi on Monday night nightwhen nightwhe nightwhen
when whe it was wa introduced Introuce and am a of the theopinion theopinon theopinion
opinion opinon that its provisions provision are ar such that thatmany Lht Lhtmny thatmany
many mny organizations organzation in New York city will willwant wi willwant
want lnt to be hoard hr in opposition opposton to some Bre of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the provisions provlslon It may my be true that the th thew
New ew York Central and the Rapid Rpid Transit Tranit
Commission CommMlon have agreed on the tte terms tn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bill bi but this in no respect repet necessarily
public publicThe publo publicThe means men that tht the bill bi is I satisfactory tlactory noerly to tbe tbepublic tbepublo thepublic
The reason reon urged urge for rushing rhin the bill
is II that tht time tme under the original originl act a expires expireson eplrl bi
on March Mah 20 2 An answer awcr to this th is that
tht thtte
the te enactment entet of this before March 20 2811 is not notessential notessential I
essential Ontlal for under uder the present prent Eleventh Eleventhavenue Eleventhavenue I Iavenue
avenue bill bi the Corporation Crorton Counsel Counl con conprepare c canprepare
prepare prepae papers papel and ad begin condemnation condemnationproceedings ondemnton condemnationproceedings I Iprein
proceedings prein and ad then thn the city may my discon dlln ¬
tinue the suit as a tho law provides prvide lad Ini ¬
dentally dentaly it should Ihould be b noted not that tht the parties partieswho nartieswho
who agreed are on this bill bl the New ew York partf Cen ¬
tral tal and ad the Rapid Rpid Transit Irnlt franait Commission COmlon
knew kne that tht the time to begin condemnation condemnationproceedings condemnto condemnationproceedings
proceedings pr I was wa March Hah JO yet they waited waiteduntil
5tlLin5ht unti until eight dy days V Pre Pretha prevloU previous theret thereto tey to wat hve have
the blllintroduced blllintroducedBUI bi bill Intruce IntruceDO Introduced IntroducedDIII
BUI DO to Tax Trinity Tnty Church Chucb Corporation CorporationALBANT Corraton CorratonALBN CorporationALnsrr
ALBANT ALBN March Marb 20 2A 0A A bill bl to compel ompl tho
Trinity Trty Church Cuch Corporation Crprton of New York Yorkcity Yorkciy Yorkcity
city ciy to pay py taxes we on its Is personal ponl property propry
was wulntoduced Introduced today tcy by Assemblyman
A t E Smith SmLb Tammany amy The To Aamblyan Aamblyant bill bi provides provde
thHt tbt where wber a I religious relgloUI corporations orratonllnoome income
from real rl estate and personal
estat property
an pronl
exceeds excec 230000 in a year ye it shalfrurnlst tal shall ropry turlh turn
to the Comptroller a report of all personal
II ronal
property propry from which rprt it derives derTI an Income income
together with the par and market value of
the stocks etk the personal property to bo
taxed te In the te future futureAmateur tutu tutuAate futureAmateur plon propory b
Amateur Aate Boxing BJlns Bill Bi Pocses PU the Senate SenateALBANT 8mateJT SenateALILt2Y
ALBANT JT March 20 2B 2oBy By a vote vot of si 1 to toLbe 7
the Senate Bt passed pa Senator Stor Frawlays Fnwle bill billtoday bU billtothy
today tcy permitting peittn the th Amateur Amto Athletic Athletl
Union to conduct
t ondut sparring aalq exhibitions ahblUo
between bee amateurs ate The Te bouts but are to o ba baof b bo beof
of o not nt m more than t fifteen 1t minutes mt duration durationand durUoQ durUoQa durationend
and all boxing tournaments must ba sane ¬
a a bl tolt mUt
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Pullman Pla sleeping stepi cars ca with standard stdad sections sectionsprivate 6CtoS 6CtoSprvate sectionsprivate
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observation obseaton cars cr with wit buffetsmoking buetsmokng room roomlibrary rom romlbrary roomI
I library lbrary and ad handsome observation obsraton parlor paror and andsplendid ad andI I Isplndid
I splendid splndid dining car C1scric C1scricAnother service serviceAnother serviceAnother j
Another through daily diy train tri to the Pacific Palc Coast Coastla Coat CoatI
la I the China and Japan Fast Mail Ma to San Francisco FranciscoLos Franciso I ILOl
Los LOl Angeles Anele AngelesandPortland and Portland Porlfnd leaving leavlngChicagoat Chicago at 1100pm 1100pmR 11 pr prR
R M Johnson General Gcneralgcnt GcneralgcntC4 Agent AgentC
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RENEWED REEJED ATTACK ON IFlf5ff IFlf5ffFfdrral ttSI ttSIFfral JIILSIIFederal
Federal Ffral Crand rad Jury JD Again A aln Takes Ta Ip tp Wreck Wreckof rNk rNkor
of National Xa onal Ilaak IlaakCnxcaoo Ba HaakCmzaoo
Cnxcaoo C March Mroh 30 2Tho 0The The Federal Ferl Grand GrandJury Grnd GrndJur GrandJury
Jury Jur this tls morning moring began bgan the consideration considerationot cnsiderton cnsidertonof
ot John Joh R Wol Wall Waishs hn banking bnng operations operationssubsequent oprtons oprtonsaubu operationseubeequei
subsequent aubu to March Yr 3 1005 1005Assistant 11 1O0 1O0Assistant
Assistant A tt District Dito Attorney B W Child Childoutlined CUc Childsoutlined
outlined outln the work of Federal edr officials omca in inInvestigating1 InInetgtlni Ininvestigating
investigating Inetgtlni the te case c and told the history historyof bl tor
of the to opemQona opr oW under udr investigation investigationNational inveigtion inveigtionNaton investIgatIonNational
National Bank 1 Examiner Exanncr Mozey Maxy was a then thensummoned thenIWone thensummoned
summoned Naton to Wkll 11 of the te books book of the bank bankand bk bkad bankand
and ad case IWone the te private prvate Jntrt interests concerned cnord in the thocoee thec thecase
coeeA A report that tht the tI9 disappearance dppno of 1130 173000 173000from 173000from
from frm repr the SubTreiwury SubTnury was wal allied aled with wth the thedifficulties thedctes thediiflcultioa
difficulties dctes of John JR Walsh Wall became bcme our current ourrnt ourrent ¬
rent rnt around aroud the Government Oovernt Building Buildingtoday Buding BudingLIdy Buildingtothy
today LIdy The To rumor rmor is that the missing missingmoney mllsn mllsnmoney mIeaintmoney
money was WI part r or 0 Imo XOpO 0000 borrowed borrowedfrom brwed brwedfrm borrowedfrom
from frm the SubTroaeory Bubrnr to t tide tid Walsh over overat overat overat
at the time tme the th Clearing Glearp House HoU committee committeeplanned cmtt committeeplanned
planned to investigate InveJl t his bank bk The T
S0 1300000 500000 it is aid Id yum UlurpttoUy surreptitiously taken takenfrom tken tkenfrm takenfrom
from frm the SubTreacury ur on the Saturday Saturdaypreceding Stury Sturyprnl Saturdaypreceding
preceding the closing oJong of oItbe the bank bk to deceive deceivethe dive divethe
the prnl Clearing Cering Houmoomniitteo How house C ootnitilttvuo t The Te scheme schememiscarried Ihem6 Ihem6rred schememiscarried
miscarried rred it in olleg aleRtd alleged d because bu the bank bankers banker bankera ¬
ers er bold hed on unexpected meeting Sunday Sundaynight Sundy Sundyngbt Sundaynight
night ngbt and ad the uepo Mborv thorroauod borro U > d money mooy was we too tooInto t tlt toolate
Into lt to bo b of service serviceB
B F Blake rc manager of the National NationalMagazine Naton NationalMagazine I
Magazine Company Compy mget declares d he overheard overheardthe overher
the matter mttr discussed dud in the back bck room roomof rm rmot roomof
of a saloon I10n the day dy after afr 1e be disappearance disappearanceof dlpparc
of the 173000 was made ma public IIub1c IIub1cTRO imbUeTWO publicTHO
TWO NEGRO NEGIO WOMEN LYNCHED LYXCBEDShot UWlED UWlEDSo I
Shot So ta I Drotti Dtl by b Mob I for Istnc t15 Razor or on onWhite onbl oni1tIte
White bl Women WomenSras nommSTAMPS om
STAMPS SrUIl Ark Ak March Mh 20 2To 20Two Two nogro nogrowomen ngr igrcwomen
women were wer shot to death detb by a mob last lastnight lat latnlgbt lastnight
night at MoKamie MoKe near n here hereThey ber hereThey
They Tey were wer charged chg with wit having hving used usd a araror a arazor I Irlor
razor rlor with probably prbbly fatal ftal effects etret on Mrs MrsElla Mr MrsElla I
Ella Ela Rheton Rbetn a white blt woman woan and her herdaughter herdaughter
daughter daulter and ad kicking kcking her he son 8n a email emailchild smal smallchild I
child ohid about abut the th road rd According to t Mrs MrsRboton MI MrsRhoton
Rboton Rolon she Iho and ad her two children ohldn won wernattacked Wr wonattacked
attacked atted by the negro women while walking walkingalong walkingaon walkingalong I
along aon the tb public publo road rd yesterday yestry
The negro negr women were arrested altd and andplaced nndplad andplaced
placed under udr guard gd at tbo schoolhouse schoolhouseas Ibolhu8C Ibolhu8CI
as I McKamie McKe Is li without wthout n Jai tail They Tey were wereremoved wemrmoved wereremoved
removed rmoved by tho mob late la hut last night nightNew nigh nighNeW nightNew
New North German Gnma LJejd float BoatlGutav floatGustav IloatiOustav
Oustav Gutav H Schwab American Amerin agent agentof
of the te North ob German Gern Lloyd Loy Line Li returned returnedyesterday retue returnedyesterday
yesterday from fro Germany where wh he went wentto
to take tke part plt in I the celebration clebraion of the fiftieth fiftiethanniversary ffteth fftethanlverr fiftiethanniversary
anniversary anlverr of the founding rong of the line lineHo lie lieHe lineHo
Ho said IAld thtnt thl the Vulcan Vucn Works ork at Stettin
Btetln
had hd contracted contractd to build for fa the line ln a 1 750 7 Th J
foot fot steamahJp Itemtl of the type ty of tho Amerika Amerikawith Amerlkawith Amerikawith
with a 0 speed of eighteen elchten knots knot The lines I Ibg I
Ine
big new llp ship tbe Kronprinzeasin KronprlZln Cecilia Ceoiliowhich Ceciliawhich
which will wi lcav la Bremen Brmen on o August ugU 8 1E 1Ewbich on on I I
her first flt trip to this thi port pr is I guaranteed garantf to tomoke tomae I Imake
make mae about abt a 1 qoarter qcr of a knot more than
the Kaiser Kal Wilhelm 1L whU wblct kot Mr r Schwab Schwabsaid thn I Isaid
said lid has b the te speed lp record rord on the Atlantic Atlftc I
vo 1lIXlTIO 4INEXITIONCanadianlrofceer ivvjMTfov ivvjMTfovCanadian I ICanadlarl
Canadian Canadianlrofceer Vrofcvivr PofC4r tt Warns arm ar the Uo Inlted nIM States StatesThat State StatesThat
That Tat Theres Terel No o Hope HopeOTTAWA HOIJeOTAWA hopeOrrawa
OTTAWA OTAWA March llarh 20 2Aeoorclng 20According According to Prof ProfStephen ProfStepben ProfStephen
Stephen Leacock Leoock of McGill Mci Univernity lnlvenity the theUnited th thUnited theUnited
United States Stte will wl never noer annex nnnel Canada CanadaIn Cana
In his hs book bok Greater Grter Canada Cnnad published publishedtoday pbllhe publishedtoday
today tdy he says saysNor lyaNor saysNor
Nor does doe our future lie le In union with withthese withthe withthose
these the that dwell to the tvmtliward Ilthwar the thO day dayof dy dyot
of annexation anne to tho United Suu States
aton Unlto Sttf i past pastthey pastthey
they have Ovo chosen cOn their lots lot and od we Wt have havechosen pt ptthey hve havechosen
I chosen ours our Let us u go our separate way
Reprt
in peace pce let them still Htll Io keep kel their perennial pelnnr J
Independence Indepndenc Day with its Il fulminating fulminaln
fireworks frewor and Its It Yankee Doodle DoodleItl Me Mestill W Wstill
still Itl keep kep our Magna Charta Chara and our or rough roughand rgh rghand roughand
and ready rdy Rule Britannia lritannla shouting lustily
that the propaganda propaand of annexation is IUltiy dead
To you YOI who ho come across acrO oar otr western Wetfrn
border brder we can cn offer oer a land fatter fater than tbnyour thanyour your
Kansas Kan a government better btter than tOn Mon Jfon Jfonn MoeI ¬
I tans n it climate clmate kinder than your Dakota
tlan yor
I 1 Take it I good fo sir if I you will wl but if ifin in Dakot taking talein I
it you still eti raise rll raiseyourlittlecroak your little JtUo croak of anneia ane a
tion then up with you by the belt bt and out outwith mitwith r
with you breeches brehM first frt throiigh the th air
to the land ld of your ongin This in all
friendliness friendlinessUJVfOV trendlnM trendlnMUIO frlendlineesUNIOV 1
UJVfOV UJVfOVThree 1 1OLt IIOLITES n IGIZEEIlVT IGIZEEIlVTThreofltouaand
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Three Thrfeouand Threofltouaand Thousand Miners IUnr Strike Htrlkf Despite UNpie Con Condilation fondilation Cn Cnlalon
dilation lalon Hoard loan Compact CompartWILKKSBARBK CompactWILE8BARBE CompactWuxaaaaaax
WILKKSBARBK WILE8BARBE Pa March 20 2The 20The The SOOD SOODmine 301 301mne 300mine
mine mne workers worker of the th Kingston Knlton Coal C1 Com Company Compny Cornpuny ¬
puny pny went on o strike trke this morning In viola violation violatOD violatlon ¬
tion tOD of the th unions uions agreement agrment with the tlwoperators I theoperators h4 >
operators oprtl to refer rfer all al grievances Iencs that tht could couldnot coull couldnot
not be settled Ittd with wlt the th employers to th thconciliation thcnciaton the theconciliation
conciliation cnciaton board bor which empoye meets mot In this thiscity thlciy thiscity
city ciy twice a month to hear complaints complaintsThree complaint complaintsThree
Three Th men mn in the th No No2 2 breaker brker have havebeen hve hvebndlohrgd havebetundleoharged
been bndlohrgd betundleoharged discharged without wihout cause MU the strikers xtrikemsay strikerssay trikel
say while whie the employers employr declare declar they have havnbeen h
been n displaced by new machinery mchiner and Ind put putat putlt putat
at lt other work workSupt workSupt workSept
Supt Merour Meror declares declars that tht he will not notconfer noecnfu notconfus
confer cnfu with the tl employees employscmmtewbl committee wi white whitethey whiletheyare
they theyare ore ar on strike strke but if they return rtum to towork towork
work will wi endeavor endeTor to effect etret a I settlement
I All Al the four collieries colerie of tho Itlernt company
are ar shut Ihut down dw only ony the th pump compny men en englneors enginer engineers
glneors giner and firemen fnmen remaining at work to toprevent toprovnt toprevent
prevent provnt the mines being blnp flooded floodedCRACKSMEX fooded foodedCRtCIUlE floodedCRtCKSIEN
CRACKSMEX CRtCIUlE IX 1 A t PET PETCot PE7 PE7I PEFGotNmnaI >
I Cot CoLHlnan Nmill Boot flooly So They Tlr Tore Torehp Ip Some SomePapers fome fomeraltrr SomePapers
Papers raltrr In II a Safe SafeBurglars Snrri SafeBurglars
i Burglars Buglar forced for an entrance entmncp into Joseph JosephAbramsons Jo JotephAbramsons ph phI
I Abramsons Abre In 8 druggist drugl t supply home houe at I and n 3 3Attorney 3Attorney
Attorney Atorey street Itro t yesterday They got 50 O and anda
a diamond stickpin A wife tno stood near ner the thefront thefront thefront
front window and under udlr tho glare of an nnolectrio anrletrlo anelectric
electric rletrlo light Igbt Tho crooks CrkH took tok no chance chanceat cblnM
at lt working there there and although althou h it weighs ei h
700 70 pounds pundl they rolled roUn it to a far end of ofthe ofthe
the store Itor and cut out tho bottom bottomWhen bottomWhen bottomWhen
When the roblx rblry robbery ry was discovered dlovero by Jo Joseph JI Toseph ¬
seph Rcichtcnbark Rlchtcnbak a clerk cerk he h found that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the burglars burglal probably chagrined at their theirsmall thEllrlml theirsmall
small in lml the haul wife fe had h destroyed dltroye all ul the papr papers
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I dollar dol I havent coughed coughe for several severalyears severalI
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I I have hve n ne nevsr overworked worke worked harder hae punc than ta I do now nowFrankly nowFra nowI
I Frankly Fra I feel fel that tht I owe ow my inylife life lfe to
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